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CP 25/1/287/43, number 401.
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County: Sussex. Shropshire. Norfolk. Wiltshire. Oxfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from Holy Trinity, 21 Edward III [3 June 1347].
Parties: Richard, earl of Arundel, querent, and John de Alresford' and John Sprot', chaplain, deforciants.
Property: The castle, vill and manor of Arundell' and the manors of Estden', Sangelton', Stanstede, Burn', Palyngham, Dunhurst', Legh', Wollayngton', Wynworth', Grafham, Alueredesham, Cockyng', Lenemynstr', Polyng', Northstok', Wepham, Ofham, Storteton', Preston', Esthamptonet', West[ham]ptonet', Wolbedyng', Pynkhurst', Foer and Ouerfold' and the hundreds of Westborn', Syngelton', Eseborne, Box, Stokkebrugg', Auesford', Bury, Rutherbrugge, Westesewrithe and Polyng' and the returns of writs of the lord king and his heirs within those hundreds and the forest and chases of Arundell' in the county of Sussex and the castles, vills and manors of Clone, Oswaldestr' and Shrewardyn and the manors of Ruton', Bokenhull', Clombury, Dodyton', [Heythe], Stretton', Westhope, Lydeleye, Conede, Acton' Rounde, Wroxcestr', Upton', Dalylee, Alghampston' and Hyntes in the county of Shropshire and the castle, vill and manor of Castellacre and the manors of Buston' and Milham in the county of Norfolk and the manors of Kyuele and Knyghton' and a moiety of the manor of Bulkyndon' by Kyuele in the county of Wiltshire and the manor of Chepyng Norton' in the county of Oxford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: The earl has acknowledged the castles, vills, manors, hundreds, returns of writs, forest, chases and moiety to be the right of John Sprot', of which the same John and John de Alresford' have the castle, vill and [manor] of Arundell' and the manors of Estden', Sangelton', Stanstede, Bourn', Palyngham, Dunhurst', Legh', Wollayngton', Grafham, Wynworth', Alueredesham, Cockyng', Lenemynstr', Polyng', Nortstok', Wepham, Ofham, [Storteton'], Preston' [and] Esthamptonet' and the castles, vills and manors of Clone, Oswaldestr' and Shrewardyn and the manors of Ruton', Bokenhull', Clombury, Dodyton', Heythe, Stretton', Westhope, Lydeleye, Conede, Acton' Rou[nde], Wroxcestr', Upton', Dalylee, Chepyng' Norton', Milham, Kyuele and Knyghton' and the hundreds, the returns of writs, the forest and the chases of his gift.
For this: John and John have granted to the earl the same castles, vills, manors, hundreds, returns of writs, forest and chases and have rendered them to him in the court, to hold to the earl, of the lord king and his heirs for the life of the earl. And besides John and John granted for themselves and the heirs of John Sprot' that the manors of Westhamptonet', Wolbedyng', Pynkhurst', Foer and Ouerfolde - which Eve de Sc'o Joh'e held for life - and that the manor of Alghampston' - which Isolt de Cheyne held for life - and that [the manor of Hyntes] - which Margaret de Hyntes held for life - and that the castle, vill and manor of Castellacre and the manor of Buston' - which John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, held for life - and also that the moiety - which John de Kyuele held for life - of the inheritance of John Sprot' on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Eve, Isolt, Margaret, the earl of Surrey and John de Kyuele ought to revert to John de Alresford' and John Sprot' and the heirs of John Sprot' - after the decease of [the same persons] shall remain to the earl of Arundel, to hold together with the aforesaid castles, vills, manors, hundreds, returns of writs, forest and chases of the lord king and his heirs for the life of the earl of Arundel. And after the decease of the earl the castle, vill and manor of Arundell' and the manors of Estden', Sangelton', Stanstede, Bourn', Palyngham, Dunhurst', Legh', Wollayngton', Grafham, Wynworth', Alueredesham, Cockyng', Lenemynstr', Polyng', [Northstok'], Wepham, Ofham, Storteton', Preston' and Esthamptonet', Westhamptonet', Wolbedyng', Pynkhurst', Foer and Ouerfolde and the hundreds, the returns of writs, the forest and the chases shall remain to Eleanor, daughter of Henry de Lancastre the elder*, late earl of Lancaster, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for the life of Eleanor. And after the decease of Eleanor the same castle, vill, manors, hundreds, returns of writs, forest and chases and also after the decease of the earl of Arundel the castles, vills and manors of Clone, Oswaldestr' and Shrewardyn and the manors of Ruton', Bokenhull', Clombury, Dodyton', Heythe, Stretton', Westhope, Lydeleye, Conede, Acton' Rounde, Wroxcestr', Upton', Dalylee, Chepyng Norton', Milham, Kyuele, Knyghton', Alghampston', Hyntes, the castle, vill and manor of Castellacre and the manor of Buston' and the moiety shall remain to the male heirs of the earl of Arundel begotten on the body of the aforesaid Eleanor, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to Richard de Arundell' the younger and the male heirs of his body and (2) to the right heirs of the earl of Arundel.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.
Note: [* Refers to the father.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Richard, earl of Arundel, John de Alresford, John Sprot, Eve de Saint John, Isolt de Cheyne, Margaret de Hints, John de Warenne, earl of Surrey, John de Keevil, Henry de Lancaster, earl of Lancaster, Eleanor de Lancaster, Richard de Arundel
Places: Arundel, East Dean, Singleton, Stansted (in Stoughton), Westbourne, Pallingham (in Kirdford and Wisborough Green), Donhurst (in Wisborough Green), Leigh, Woolavington, Wonworth (in Graffham), Graffham, Alversham (in Woolavington), Cocking, Lyminster, North Stoke, Wepham (in Burpham), Offham (in Hamsey), Storrington, East Preston, East Hampnett (in Boxgrove), West Hampnett, Woolbeding, Pinkhurst (in Billingshurst and Slinfold), Highfure (in Billingshurst), Orfold (in Wisborough Green), Westbourne and Singleton, Easebourne, Box and Stockbridge, Avisford, Bury, Rotherbridge, West Easwrith, Poling, Clun, Oswestry, Shrawardine, Ruyton-XI-Towns, Bucknell, Clunbury, Dodington (in Whitchurch), The Heath (in Stoke St Milborough), Church Stretton, Westhope (in Diddlebury), Lydley Hayes (in Cardington), Cound, Acton Round, Wroxeter, Upton Magna, Dawley, Alcaston (in Acton Scott), Hints (in Coreley), Castle Acre, 'Buston'', Mileham, Keevil, Knighton, Bulkington (in Keevil), Chipping Norton
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 402.
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County: Bedfordshire. Hertfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 21 Edward III [9 February 1347]. And afterwards two weeks from Holy Trinity in the same year [10 June 1347].
Parties: Giles le Jeuene of Humbrichesho and Agnes, his wife, querents, and William de Meneworth', the parson of a moiety of the church of Kynesbury, and Robert de Pauely, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Humbrichesho and 1 messuage, 80 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and 10 marks of rent in Lyzthegraue and Dunstaple in the county of Bedford and 1 messuage and 100 acres of land in Cadyngton' in the county of Hertford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Giles has acknowledged the manor and tenements to be the right of William, as those which William and Robert have of his gift.
For this: William and Robert have granted to Giles and Agnes the manor and tenements and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Giles and Agnes and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Giles.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Giles le Jeune, Agnes le Jeune, William de Menworth, Robert de Paveley
Places: Humbershoe (in Studham), Kingsbury, Leagrave (in Luton), Dunstable, Caddington
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 403.
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County: Gloucestershire. Somerset.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Michael, 21 Edward III [13 October 1347].
Parties: Thomas Kenet' and Margaret, his wife, querents, by John de Crukern', the guardian of Margaret, and John Olyuer, clerk, and Ralph, son of Nicholas de Hulle, deforciants.
Property: 2 messuages and 2 carucates of land in Hulle and Tresham in the county of Gloucester and 1 messuage and 1 carucate of land in Hengstrygge in the county of Somerset.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Thomas has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of John, as those which John and Ralph have of his gift.
For this: John and Ralph have granted to Thomas and Margaret the tenements and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Thomas and Margaret and the male heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Thomas.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Thomas Kennett, Margaret Kennett, John de Crewkerne, John Oliver, Nicholas de Hull, Ralph de Hull
Places: Hill, Tresham (in Hawkesbury), Henstridge
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 404.
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County: Hertfordshire. Leicestershire. Lincolnshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Three weeks from St Michael, 21 Edward III [20 October 1347].
Parties: William Disny the younger and Joan, his wife, querents, and William Disny the elder, knight, and Eustache, his wife, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Thunrich' in the county of Hertford and 3 messuages, 45 acres of land and 14 shillings of rent in Euyngton' and Outheby in the county of Leicester and 100 shillings of rent in Ouresby in the county of Lincoln.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William Disny the elder and Eustache have granted to William Disny the younger and Joan the manor, the messuages, the land and 14 shillings of rent and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to William Disny the younger and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, of William Disny the elder and Eustache and the heirs of William for ever, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. And besides William Disny the elder and Eustache granted for themselves and the heirs of William that 100 shillings of rent in [the vill] of Ouresby - which Henry Disny held for life of the inheritance of William Disny the elder on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Henry ought to revert to William Disny the elder and Eustache and the heirs of William - after the decease of Henry shall remain to William Disny the younger and Joan and their aforesaid heirs, to hold together with the aforesaid manor and tenements of William Disny the elder and Eustache and the heirs of William by the aforesaid services for ever. In default of such heirs, all the manors [sic], tenements and rent shall revert to William Disny the elder and Eustache and the heirs of William, quit of the other heirs of William Disny the younger and Joan, to hold of the chief lords for ever.
For this: William Disny the younger and Joan have given them 300 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: William Disney, Joan Disney, Eustache Disney, Henry Disney
Places: Thundridge, Evington, Oadby, Owersby
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 405.
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County: Northamptonshire. Huntingdonshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after All Souls, 21 Edward III [3 November 1347].
Parties: Richard Knyuet' and Joan, his wife, querents, and Ralph, son of John Cardon', and Isolt, his wife, deforciants.
Property: 2 messuages, 220 acres of land and 2 acres of meadow in Wynewyk' in the county of Northampton and 2 messuages and 40 acres of land in Wynewyk' in the county of Huntingdon.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Ralph and Isolt have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Richard, as those which Richard and Joan have of their gift, to hold to Richard and Joan and the heirs of Richard, of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty by Ralph and Isolt for themselves and the heirs of Ralph.
For this: Richard and Joan have given them 100 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Richard Knyvett, Joan Knyvett, John Cardon, Ralph Cardon, Isolt Cardon
Places: Winwick
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 406.
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County: Surrey. Hampshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Martin, 21 Edward III [18 November 1347].
Parties: Henry Husee, knight, querent, and Joan, who was the wife of Walter de Huntyngfeld', deforciant.
Property: The manor of Hascombe and 1 messuage, 1 mill, 1 toft, 1 carucate and 85 acres of land and 30 shillings of rent in Bromleghe, Da[n?]hurst, Hannedon', Fanne and Godalmyng' and the advowson of the church of the same manor in the county of Surrey and the manor of Fryfolf' and 1 knight's fee, 1 messuage, 1 mill, 1 toft, 2 and a half virgates of land and 10 acres of wood in Fryfolk', Estwydhay, Puryham and Quidhampton' and the advowson of the chapel of the same manor in the county of Southampton.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: [Henry has acknowledged the manors, the fee], the tenements and the advowsons to be the right of Joan, of which she has the manors, the fee, 1 messuage, 1 mill, 1 toft, the carucate, 85 acres of land and the rent in the county of Surrey and 10 acres of wood in the county of Southampton and the advowsons of his gift.
For this: [Joan has granted] to Henry the same manors, fee, tenements and advowsons and has rendered them to him in the court, to hold to Henry, of the chief lords for the life of Henry. And besides Joan granted for herself and her heirs that 1 messuage and 1 mill in the vill of Fryfolk' - which Henry le Tawyer held for life - and also that 1 toft and 2 and a half virgates of land in the vill of Estwidhay - which Thomas atte Brome held for life - [of the inheritance of Joan on the day] the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Henry le Tawyer and Thomas ought to revert to Joan and her heirs - after the decease of Henry le [Tawyer and Thomas shall remain to Henry] Husee, to hold together with the aforesaid manors, fee, tenements and advowsons of the chief lords for the life of Henry [Husee. And after the decease] of Henry the manors, fee, messuages, mills, tofts, land, rent and advowsons shall remain to Katherine, the wife of the same Henry Husee, to hold of the chief lords for the life of Katherine. And after the decease of Katherine the manor of Hascombe, 1 messuage, 1 mill, 1 toft, the carucate [and] 85 acres of land and the rent in the county of Surrey and the advowson of the church of the manor of Hascombe shall remain to Henry, son of the aforesaid Henry Husee, knight, and the heirs of his body, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to Richard, son of the same Henry Husee, knight, and the heirs of his body, (2) to the heirs begotten by the aforesaid Henry Husee, knight, on the body of Katherine, his wife, (3) to Elizabeth, daughter of the aforesaid Henry Husee, knight, and the heirs of her body and (4) to John de Huntyngfeld', knight, and his heirs. And the manor of Fryfolk', the fee, 1 messuage, 1 mill, the toft, 2 and a half virgates of land and the wood and the advowson of the chapel in the county of Southampton shall remain to the aforesaid Richard and the heirs of his body, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to the heirs begotten by the aforesaid Henry Husee, knight, on the body of the aforesaid Katherine, (2) [to the aforesaid Henry, son of the aforesaid Henry Husee, knight], and the heirs of his body, (3) to the aforesaid Elizabeth and the heirs of her body and (4) to the aforesaid John de Huntyngfeld' and his heirs.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Henry Hussey, Walter de Huntingfield, Joan de Huntingfield, Henry le Tawyer, Thomas atte Broom, Katherine Hussey, Richard Hussey, Elizabeth Hussey, John de Huntingfield
Places: Hascombe, Bramley, Danhurst (in Bramley), Handon, Vann (both in Godalming), Godalming, Freefolk, East Woodhay, Perham (in North Tidworth, Wiltshire), Quidhampton (in Overton)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 407A.
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County: Berkshire. Gloucestershire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Martin, 21 Edward III [18 November 1347].
Parties: Henry Husee, knight, querent, and Thomas de Shirbourn', the parson of the church of Saperton', and Robert de Teynton', the parson of the church of Broderysyndon', deforciants.
Property: The manor of Morton' and 65 shillings of rent in Westwyttenham in the county of Berkshire and a moiety of the manors of Broderysyndon' and Saperton', excepting 1 acre of meadow in the moiety of the manor of Broderysyndon', in the county of Gloucester.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Henry has acknowledged the manor and moiety to be the right of Thomas and Robert, as those which Thomas and Robert have of his gift.
For this: Thomas and Robert [have granted] to Henry the manor, the rent and the moiety and have rendered them to him in the court, to hold [to Henry], to wit, the manor and moiety of the lord king and his heirs and the rent of the chief lords, for the life of Henry. And after the decease of Henry the manor, rent and moiety shall remain to [Henry, son] of the same Henry, and Elizabeth, daughter of John de Bohun, and the heirs of their bodies, to hold, to wit, the manor and moiety [of the lord] king and his heirs and the rent of the chief lords, for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to the heirs of the body of the aforesaid Henry, son of Henry, (2) to Richard, son of the aforesaid Henry Husee, and the heirs of his body, (3) to the heirs of Henry Husee begotten on the body of Katherine, his wife, (4) to Elizabeth, daughter of the aforesaid Henry Husee, and the heirs of her body, (5) to John de Huntyngfeld' and his heirs.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Henry Hussey, Thomas de Shirburn, Robert de Taynton, John de Bohun, Elizabeth de Bohun, Richard Hussey, Katherine Hussey, Elizabeth Hussey, John de Huntingfield
Places: Sapperton (in Gloucestershire), Great Rissington, South Moreton, Long Wittenham
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 407B.
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County: Gloucestershire. Sussex.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Martin, 21 Edward III [18 November 1347].
Parties: Walter de Idle and Joan, his wife, querents, and Thomas de Shirbourn', the parson of the church of Saperton', and Robert de Teynton', the parson of the church of Broderysyndon', deforciants.
Property: A moiety of the manors of Broderysyndon' and Saperton' and the advowsons of the churches of the same manors in the county of Gloucester and a moiety of the manor of [Pulbergh'] in the county of Sussex.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Walter has acknowledged the moiety of the manors of [Broderysyndon' and Saperton' and] the advowsons to be the right of Thomas and Robert, as those which Thomas and Robert have of his gift.
For this: Thomas and Robert have granted to Walter and Joan the same moiety and the moiety of the manor of Pulbergh' and the advowsons and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Walter and Joan and the heirs of the body of Walter, to wit, the moiety of the manors of Broderysyndon' and Saperton' and the advowsons of the lord king and his heirs and the moiety of the manor of Pulbergh' of the chief lords, for ever. In default of such heirs, the moieties and advowsons shall remain to Henry Husee, knight, to hold, to wit, the moiety of the manors of Broderysyndon' and Saperton' and the advowsons of the lord king and his heirs and the moiety of the manor of Pulbergh' of the chief lords, for the life of Henry. And after the decease of Henry the moieties and advowsons shall remain to Henry, son of the same Henry, and the heirs of his body, to hold, to wit, the moiety of the manors of Broderysyndon' and Saperton' and the advowsons of the lord king and his heirs and the moiety of the manor of Pulbergh' of the chief lords, for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to the heirs of the aforesaid Henry Husee begotten on the body of [Katherine], his wife, (2) to Elizabeth, daughter of the aforesaid Henry Husee, and the heirs of her body and (3) to the right heirs of Walter.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Walter de Idle, Joan de Idle, Thomas de Shirburn, Robert de Taynton, Henry Hussey, Katherine Hussey, Elizabeth Hussey
Places: Sapperton, Great Rissington, Pulborough
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 408.
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County: Kent. Wiltshire. Berkshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Martin, 21 Edward III [18 November 1347].
Parties: [Henry Husee, knight, querent, and Joan], who was the wife of Walter de Huntyngfeld', deforciant.
Property: The manors of Sturmuthe, Childeston' and Dene in the county of Kent and the manor of Tudeworth' [and] 1 messuage and 1 virgate of land in Tudeworth' and a moiety of the manor of Staunden' and the advowson of the chapel of the manor of Tudeworth' in the county of Wiltshire and a moiety of the manor of Stau[nden'] in the county of Berkshire.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Henry has acknowledged the manors, tenements, moieties and advowson [to be the right of Joan, of which] she has the manors of Sturmuthe, Tudeworth', the moieties and the advowson of his gift.
For this: Joan [has granted to Henry the same manors], moieties and advowson and has rendered them to him in the court, to hold to Henry, of the chief lords for the life of Henry. And besides Joan granted for herself and her heirs that the manor of Childeston' - which Beatrice Tubbe and John, her son, held [for their lives - and that the manor of] Dene - which John Doune and Agnes, his wife, held for their lives - and also that 1 messuage and 1 virgate of land in the vill of Tudeworth' - which Walter Mark' held for life - of the inheritance of Joan on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Beatrice and John, her son, John Doune and Agnes and Walter [ought to revert] to Joan and [her heirs] - after the decease of [the same persons] shall remain to Henry, to hold together with the aforesaid manors, moieties and advowson of the chief lords for the life of Henry. And after the decease of Henry all the manors, tenements, [moieties and advowson] shall remain to Richard, son of the same Henry, and the heirs of his body, to hold of the chief lords [for ever.] In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to the heirs begotten by Henry on the body of Katherine, his wife, (2) to Henry, son of the aforesaid Henry, and the heirs of his body, (3) to Elizabeth, daughter of the aforesaid Henry Husee, and the heirs of her body and (4) to John de Huntyngfeld', knight, and his heirs.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Henry Hussey, Walter de Huntingfield, Joan de Huntingfield, Beatrice Tubb, John Tubb, John Down, Agnes Down, Walter Mark, Richard Hussey, Katherine Hussey, Elizabeth Hussey, John de Huntingfield
Places: Stourmouth, Chilston (in Boughton Malherbe), Dean (in Stourmouth), North Tidworth, South Standen (in Hungerford, Berkshire)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 409.
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County: Hertfordshire. Bedfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Hilary, 21 Edward III [27 January 1347].
Parties: Lawrence de Ayet' and Joan, his wife, querents, and Thomas, the parson of the church of Ayet' Laurenz, and John de Henlowe, chaplain, deforciants.
Property: The manor of [Ayet'] and 3 [...] of land and 26 pounds of rent in Ayet', Thebruge, Brydel, Westwyk', Quathamstede, Hatfeld' Ep'i, Codykoce [sic], Knebbeworth', Kyngeswalden', Kymyton', Burleye, [...] Grauele, Wilmondleye, Wylien, Baldok', Radewell', Caldecote, Cherleton', Dynesleye, Barnet', Northawe, Chesthunt', Hertford' and the vill of Sc'o Albano in the county of Hertford and [...] of land and 40 shillings of rent in Luyton', Dunstaple, Toternho and Houghton' in the county of Bedford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: [Lawrence] has acknowledged the manor and land to be the right of Thomas, as those which Thomas and John have of his gift.
For this: Thomas [and John] have granted to Lawrence and Joan the manor, land and rent, together with the homages and all services of John de Pateshulle, knight, John Malore, knight, John Noreman, William [...], Richard Cornemonger, Robert Andreu, [John] le Shepherd', William Punkard', Walter Wyne, Richard Spencer, John le Glower, Beatrice de Boynhoo, Richard Noreman, John Beste, John le Ma[...], [...] Michel, William de Munden', Pernel la Chapman, Richard de Sutton', William P[h?]elip', Walter Beneyt', John Curbat', Walter le Coup[er]e, Otheus de Erdeleye, Nicholas le Hosier', Alice Scragg', [...] Dobyn, Maud, who was the wife of John Galwe the elder, John Galwe the younger, Roger Curbat', Richard Kyld', William de Erdeleye, Richard Andrew, John Howel, Walter Colyn, Walter Spar[we?], [...] Munde, Walter Munde, William de Grauele, John de Brokesburne, Adam Gleyne, Thomas Thurkyld', John Cristemasse, Peter le Shepherd', Ellen Adam, Alice de Wolnewyk', W[...] Burghleye, John de Burghleye, chaplain, Henry le Duyn, John Styward', Robert Lega[t?], John Northwod', Richard le Chapman, John Poleyn, Thomas Po[r?]ter, Richard le Smyth', William [...], Julian (Juliana) de Stoppesleye, John le Chapman, William de Pokthorp', John Partyn, Roger de Bybesworthe, Thomas de Bybesworthe, Richard Blakem[er]e, John Mayheu, Ranulph de Par[...], [... C?]lauille, Richard Benne, Reynold Tom[er]e, Henry le Dryuer, Robert atte Feld', Edith la Webbe, William le Smyth', Michael Boldero, Walter Beneyt, William Alman, Thomas Gyb[be?], [...] atte Holte, Adam Turnur, Alice atte Water, John Cok', Walter Trussehare, Nicholas Sthorie, Alice Trushare, John atte Hulle, Richard le Lister, Reynold [G?]ileberd', Agnes Micche, [...] atte Feld', William Robat', Thomas Fryday, Maud la Smyth', Thomas de Mareford', Adam Fynch', John de Gydicrofte, John atte Wyke, Edmund de Mareford', Richard atte Pond', William [...], Robert de Lydewelle, Henry atte Park', Simon Hulok', John Pecok' of Wyndregge, Richard atte Hacche, Henry atte Hulle, William Robyn, John atte Hulle, John atte Dene, Thom[as le?] Goldsmyth', John le Marchal, William le Marchal, John le Trumpur, Gregory Euerard', William Lenueyse, Thomas de Marford', John Hardiman, Richard de Brydelle, Robert F[ror...?], [...] le Boteler, William de Sandon', Richard Partyn, John Goldyng', John Stoket', Robert de Aylesbury, John Partyn, William atte Hulle, Stephen de Bassingburne, knight, Richard W[...], William le Clerk', Richard atte Hache, William de Stanberwe, Christian (Cristina) atte Hache the elder, Christian (Cristina) atte Hache the younger, Amabilla atte Hache, Richard de Walken[ar?]d, William de [...], John le Shepherd', Henry atte Hache, John, son of Walter le Shepherd', Thomas Sampson, Adam Sewale, Cecily Toky and John Sewale, John, son of John le [Greye?, John? Broun? the younger?, ... A]urifabr', Ralph Coterel, Julian (Juliana) de Aldebury and Hugh de Lynleye and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of Thomas the parson and John de Henlowe [in the aforesaid vills], and have rendered the manor and land to them in the court, to hold to Lawrence and Joan and the heirs of Lawrence, of the chief lords for ever.
Note: [The right-hand edge is mutilated.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Lawrence de Ayot, Joan de Ayot, Thomas, John de Henlow, John de Pattishall, John Malory, John Norman, William [...], Richard Cornmonger, Robert Andrew, John le Shepherd, William Punkard, Walter Wynn, Richard Spencer, John le Glower, Beatrice de Boynhoo, Richard Norman, John Best, John le Ma[...], [...] Mitchell, William de Munden, Pernel la Chapman, Richard de Sutton, William Philip, Walter Bennett, John Corbet, Walter le Cooper, Otheus de Ardeley, Nicholas le Hosier, Alice Scragg, [...] Dobbin, John Gallow, Maud Gallow, Roger Corbet, Richard Keld, William de Ardeley, Richard Andrew, John Howell, Walter Collins, Walter Sparrow, [...] Mund, Walter Mund, William de Graveley, John de Broxbourne, Adam Glenn, Thomas Thirkeld, John Christmas, Peter le Shepherd, Ellen Adam, Alice de Woolwick, W[...] Burghley, John de Burghley, Henry le Dunn, John Styward, Robert Leggatt, John Northwood, Richard le Chapman, John Pullen, Thomas Porter, Richard le Smith, William [...], Julian de Stopsley, John le Chapman, William de Pockthorpe, John Partin, Roger de Bibbesworth, Thomas de Bibbesworth, Richard Blackmere, John Mayhew, Ranulph de Par[...], [...] Claville, Richard Benn, Reynold Toomer, Henry le Driver, Robert atte Field, Edith la Webb, William le Smith, Michael Boldero, Walter Bennett, William Allman, Thomas Gibb, [...] atte Holt, Adam Turner, Alice atte Water, John Cook, Walter Trushare, Nicholas Storey, Alice Trushare, John atte Hull, Richard le Lister, Reynold Gilbert, Agnes Mitch, [...] atte Field, William Robett, Thomas Friday, Maud la Smith, Thomas de Marford, Adam Finch, John de Giddycroft, John atte Wyke, Edmund de Marford, Richard atte Pond, William [...], Robert de Lydwell, Henry atte Park, Simon Hulock, John Peacock, Richard atte Hatch, Henry atte Hull, William Robin, John atte Dean, Thomas le Goldsmith, John le Marshall, William le Marshall, John le Trumper, Gregory Everard, William Lenveisy, John Hardiman, Richard de Bridehall, Robert Fror[...], [...] le Butler, William de Sandon, Richard Partin, John Golding, John Stockett, Robert de Aylesbury, William atte Hull, Stephen de Bassingbourn, Richard W[...], William le Clarke, William de Stanborough, Christian atte Hatch, Amabilla atte Hatch, Richard de Walkenard, William de [...], John le Shepherd, Henry atte Hatch, Walter le Shepherd, Thomas Sampson, Adam Sewell, Cecily Tooky, John Sewell, John le Grey, John Brown, [...] Goldsmith, Ralph Cotterell, Julian de Aldbury, Hugh de Linley
Places: Ayot St Lawrence, Waterend Farm, formerly Thebridge, Bridehall (both in Sandridge), Westwick (in St Michael's parish, St Albans), Wheathampstead, Hatfield, Codicote, Knebworth, Kings Walden, Kimpton, Burleigh (in Letchworth), Graveley, Wymondley, Willian, Baldock, Radwell, Caldecote, Charlton, Dinsley (both in Hitchin), Barnet, Northaw, Cheshunt, Hertford, St Albans, Luton, Dunstable, Totternhoe, Houghton Regis, Windridge (in the parish of St Michael, St Albans, Hertfordshire)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 410.
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County: Buckinghamshire. Northamptonshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Hilary, 21 Edward III [27 January 1347].
Parties: Stephen de Cauendissh' and Margery, his wife, querents, and William de Reselee and Alice, his wife, deforciants.
Property: 1 messuage, 44 acres of land, 1 acre of wood and 1 acre of pasture in Stokegoldyngton' and Hamslap' in the county of Buckingham and 1 messuage, 135 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow and 14 shillings and 7 pence of rent in Hertwelle, Rode and Pidyngton' in the county of Northampton.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Alice have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Margery, and have rendered the tenements in the county of Northampton and the messuage [and] 38 acres of land in the county of Buckingham to Stephen and Margery in the court, to hold to Stephen and Margery and the heirs of Margery, of the chief lords for ever. And besides William and Alice granted for themselves and the heirs of Alice that 6 acres of land and the wood and pasture - which Henry de Bosenho held for life of the inheritance of Alice in the vills of Stokegoldyngton' and Hamslap' on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Henry ought to revert to William and Alice and the heirs of Alice - after the decease of Henry shall remain to Stephen and Margery and the heirs of Margery, to hold together with the aforesaid tenements of the chief lords for ever.
For this: Stephen and Margery have given them 100 marks of silver.
Note: This agreement was made in the presence of Henry, and he did fealty to Stephen and Margery in the court.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Stephen de Cavendish, Margery de Cavendish, William de Riseley, Alice de Riseley, Henry de Bosenho
Places: Stoke Goldington, Hanslope, Hartwell, Roade, Piddington
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 411.
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County: Cambridgeshire. Kent. Middlesex.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Hilary, 21 Edward III [27 January 1347].
Parties: Humphrey de Bohoun, earl of Hereford and Essex, querent, and John de Pulteneye, knight, deforciant.
Property: The manor of Swafham Prioris in the county of Cambridge and the manors of Southall' and Plumsted' in the county of Kent and 2 mills and 10 marks of rent in Estsmethefeld' in the parish of Whitechapele in the suburb of London' in the county of Middlesex.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John has granted to the earl the manors and tenements and has rendered them to him in the court, to hold to the earl, of John and his heirs for the life of the earl, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist. And after the decease of the earl the manors and tenements shall revert to John and his heirs, quit of the heirs of the earl, to hold of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty and acquittance.
For this: The earl has given him 100 pounds sterling.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, John de Poultney
Places: Swaffham Prior, Southall, Plumstead, East Smithfield (in St Botolph without Aldgate, London), Whitechapel (in Stepney), London
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 412.
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County: Oxfordshire. Gloucestershire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 22 Edward III [3 February 1348].
Parties: Ralph de Grey, knight, querent, and John Wlysp' of Southrop', deforciant.
Property: 1 and a half acres of meadow in Kelmescote in the county of Oxford and 1 messuage and 1 virgate of land in Southrop' in the county of Gloucester.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Ralph, and has remised and quitclaimed them from himself and his heirs to Ralph and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: Ralph has given him 20 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Ralph de Grey, John Lisp
Places: Southrop, Kelmscott (in Broadwell)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 413.
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County: Kent. Cambridgeshire. Hertfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 21 Edward III [15 April 1347]. And afterwards one week from [Holy Trinity?, ... ... ...]
Parties: John de Pulteneye, [querent, and John de Wynwyk', John de Eccleshale], William de Newenham and John de Tilteye, [clerks?], deforciants.
Property: The manor of Osp[ri]nge in [the county] of Kent and the manor of Ditton' Camoys in the county [of Cambridge] and the manor of Shenle in the county of Hertford.]
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: [John de] Pulteneye has acknowledged the manors to be the right of John de Wynwyk', John [de Eccleshale], William and John [de Tilteye], as those which the same John, John, William and John have of his gift.
For this: John de Wynwyk', John de Eccleshale, William and John de Tilteye have granted [to John de Pulteneye the manors] and have rendered them to him in the court, to hold to John de Pulteneye of the lord king and his heirs [for the life of John de Pulteneye.] And after the decease of John the manors shall remain to John de Stretford', archbishop of Canterbury, and Margaret, the wife of the aforesaid John de Pulteneye, and William, son of the aforesaid John de Pulteneye and of Margaret, and the heirs of the body of William, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever. [In default of such heirs, remainder to the heirs] of the body [of John] de Pulteneye. In default of such heirs, the manor of Osp[ri]nge shall remain to Robert de Pulteneye, son of William Oweyn, and the male heirs of his body, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) [to William de Pulteneye], son of William Erneys, and the male heirs of his body, (2) to Thomas de Pulteneye, son of [John] Spigur[nell'], and the male heirs of his body and (3) to the right heirs of the aforesaid John de Pulteneye. [And] the manor of Ditton' Camoys shall remain to the aforesaid Thomas and the male heirs of his body, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) [to Hugh] de Pulteneye, brother of the same Thomas, and the male heirs of his body, (2) to Henry de Pulteneye, son of William Erneys, and the male heirs of his body and (3) the right heirs of the aforesaid John de Pulteneye. [And the manor of Shenle] shall remain to the aforesaid Hugh and the male heirs of his body, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to the aforesaid Henry and the male heirs of his body, (2) to the aforesaid Thomas and the male heirs of his body and (3) to [the right] heirs of the aforesaid John de Pulteneye.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Poultney, John de Winwick, John de Eccleshall, William de Newnham, John de Tiltey, John de Stratford, archbishop of Canterbury, Margaret de Poultney, William de Poultney, Robert de Poultney, William Owen, William Erneys, Thomas de Poultney, John Spigurnell, Hugh de Poultney, Henry de Poultney
Places: Ospringe, Ditton Camoys (in Woodditton), Shenley
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 414.
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County: Dorset. Hampshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after All Souls, 21 Edward III [3 November 1347]. And afterwards two weeks from Easter, 22 Edward III [4 May 1348].
Parties: John de Cormailles and Goda, his wife, querents, and Richard Folk', the vicar of the church of Stupelasshton', deforciant.
Property: The manor of Hemblesworth' Giffard' and 55 acres of land in Shapewyk' in the county of Dorset and the manor of Thrukeleston' and the advowson of the church of Thrukeleston' in the county of Southampton.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John has acknowledged the manors, land and advowson to be the right of Richard, of which Richard has the manor of Hemblesworth' Giffard' and the land of his gift.
For this: Richard has granted to John and Goda the same manor and land and has rendered them to them in the court, to hold to John and Goda and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. And besides Richard granted for himself and his heirs that the manor of Thrukeleston' and the advowson - which Isabel, who was the wife of John de Cormailles the elder, held for life of the inheritance of Richard on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Isabel ought to revert to Richard and his heirs - after the decease of Isabel shall remain to John and Goda and their aforesaid heirs, to hold together with the aforesaid manor and land of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of John.
Note: This agreement was made in the presence of Isabel, and she did fealty to John and Goda in the court.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Cormeilles, Goda de Cormeilles, Richard Folk, Isabel de Cormeilles
Places: Steeple Aston (in Oxfordshire), Hemsworth (in Witchampton), Shapwick, Thruxton
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 415.
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County: Buckinghamshire. Berkshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after St Martin, 21 Edward III [12 November 1347]. And afterwards two weeks from Easter, 22 Edward III [4 May 1348].
Parties: Miles de Bello campo and Emma, his wife, querents, and Thomas atte Crouche, the vicar of the church of Whitwaltham, and John Bernard', deforciants.
Property: The manor of Lousemere in the county of Buckingham and 10 messuages, 10 virgates of land and 20 acres of wood in Westhildesle in the county of Berkshire.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Thomas and John have granted for themselves and the heirs of Thomas that the manor - which John le Cook' held for life - and also that the tenements - which Nicholas atte Hawe and Isolt, his wife, held for their lives - of the inheritance of Thomas on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of John le Cook' and Nicholas and Isolt ought to revert to Thomas and John Bernard' and the heirs of Thomas - after the decease of John le Cook' and Nicholas and Isolt shall remain to Miles and Emma and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Miles.
For this: Miles and Emma have given them 200 marks of silver.
Note: This agreement was made in the presence of John le Cook' and Nicholas and Isolt, and they did fealty to Miles and Emma in the court.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Miles de Beauchamp, Emma de Beauchamp, Thomas atte Crouch, John Bernard, John le Cook, Nicholas atte Hawe, Isolt atte Hawe
Places: White Waltham (in Berkshire), Losemere (in Little Marlow), West Ilsley
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 416.
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County: Derbyshire. Staffordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Three weeks from Easter, 22 Edward III [11 May 1348].
Parties: Sibel, who was the wife of Ralph de Grendon', querent, and Robert de Greseleye, knight, deforciant.
Property: 4 messuages and 3 virgates of land in Ednynghale in the county of Derby and 2 messuages and 4 virgates of land in Ednynghale in the county of Stafford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Robert has granted to Sibel the tenements and has rendered them to her in the court, to hold to Sibel, of Robert and his heirs for the life of Sibel, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. And after the decease of Sibel the tenements shall remain to John, son of the same Sibel, and the heirs of his body, to hold of Robert and his heirs by the aforesaid services for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to Thomas, brother of the same John, and the heirs of his body, (2) to William, brother of the same Thomas, and the heirs of his body, (3) to Margaret, sister of the same William, and the heirs of her body, (4) to Agnes, sister of the same Margaret, and the heirs of her body and (5) to Alice, sister of the same Agnes, and the heirs of her body. In default of such heirs, the tenements shall revert to Robert and his heirs, quit of the heirs of Sibel and also of the other heirs of John, Thomas, William, Margaret, Agnes and Alice, to hold of the chief lords for ever.
For this: Sibel has given him 100 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Ralph de Grendon, Sibel de Grendon, Robert de Gresley, John de Grendon, Thomas de Grendon, William de Grendon, Margaret de Grendon, Agnes de Grendon, Alice de Grendon
Places: Edingale
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 417.
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County: Dorset. Wiltshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One month from Easter, 22 Edward III [18 May 1348]. And afterwards one week from Holy Trinity in the same year [22 June 1348].
Parties: Henry de Blockesworth' and Avice, his wife, querents, and John Giffard', chaplain, William Blockesworth' and Robert de Blockesworth', deforciants.
Property: 6 messuages, 3 mills, 4 carucates and 60 acres of land, 8 and a half acres of meadow, 6 acres of heath, 1 and a half acres of alder and 24 shillings, 6 pence and 1 halfpenny of rent in Blockesworth', Holne, Wynterbourn' Kynges[t]on', Mourdon', Doddyngbyre, Wynterbourn' Maureward', Lychet' Mynstre and Wynterbourn' Whitchurch' in the county of Dorset and 3 messuages, 3 virgates of land and 1 acre of meadow in Flambardeston' in the county of Wiltshire.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Henry has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of John, of which John, William and Robert have 3 messuages, 2 mills, 3 carucates and 69 and a half acres of land, 7 acres of meadow, 6 acres of heath [and] 1 and a half acres of alder of his gift.
For this: John, William and Robert have granted to Henry and Avice the same tenements and the rent, together with the homages and all services of Philip Thomelyn, James Huse and Joan, his wife, Ellis Deuerel, Bartholomew de Staunton' and William Busm[er]e and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of John, William and Robert in the vills of Wynt[er]bourn' Maureward' and Wynterbourn' Whitchurch' and have rendered the same messuages, mills, land, meadow, heath and alder to them in the court, to hold to Henry and Avice and the heirs of Henry, of the chief lords for ever. And besides John, William and Robert granted for themselves and the heirs of John that 1 mill and 1 acre of meadow in the vill of Doddyngbyre - which William de Whitfeld' held for life - and that 15 and a half acres of land and a moiety of 1 acre of meadow in the vill of Wynterbourn' Maureward' - which William Fillol held for the life of Philip de Wynterbourn' - and that 2 messuages and 1 virgate of land in the vill of Wynterbourn' Whitchurch' - which William Deuerel and Sarah, his wife, held for their lives - and that 1 messuage, 1 virgate of land and 1 rood of meadow in the vill of Flambardeston' - which John Aunger held for life - and that 1 messuage, 1 virgate of land and 1 rood of meadow in the vill of Flambardeston' - which John Gille held for life - and also that 1 messuage, 1 virgate of land and a moiety of 1 acre of meadow in the same vill - which Hugh Tr[e?]we held for life - of the inheritance of John Giffard' on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of William de Whitfeld', Philip, William Deuerel and Sarah, John [Aung[er]], John Gille and Hugh ought to revert to John Giffard', William Blockesworth' and Robert and the heirs of John - after the decease of [the same persons] shall remain to Henry and Avice and the heirs of Henry, to hold together with the aforesaid tenements and rent of the chief lords for ever.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Henry de Bloxworth, Avice de Bloxworth, John Giffard, William Bloxworth, Robert de Bloxworth, Philip Tomlin, James Hussey, Joan Hussey, Ellis Deverell, Bartholomew de Stanton, William Busmer, William de Whitfield, William Fillol, Philip de Winterborne, William Deverell, Sarah Deverell, John Anger, John Gill, Hugh True
Places: Bloxworth, East Holme, Winterborne Kingston, Morden, Doddings Farm (in Bere Regis), Winterborne Zelston, Lytchett Minster, Winterborne Whitechurch, Flamston (in Bishopstone)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 418.
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County: Lincolnshire. Norfolk. Rutland.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One month from Easter, 22 Edward III [18 May 1348].
Parties: Saher (Saierus) de Rocheford', knight, and Joan, his wife, querents, and John Claymond' of Kirketon' and Roger Basset, deforciants.
Property: 1 messuage, 1 mill, 13 acres and 3 roods of land, 1 acre of meadow, 7 shillings, 10 pence and 1 halfpenny of rent in Benyngton', Toft', Skirbek' and the vill of Sc'o Bot'ho in the county of Lincoln and 2 messuages, 22 and a half acres of land and 14 and a half acres of meadow in Walpol in the county of Norfolk and 1 messuage and 2 virgates of land in Braundeston' in the county of Rutland.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Saher has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of John, as those which John and Roger have of his gift.
For this: John and Roger have granted to Saher and Joan the tenements and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Saher and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Saher.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Saher de Rochford, Joan de Rochford, John Claymond, Roger Basset
Places: Kirton in Holland (in Lincolnshire), Benington, Fishtoft, Skirbeck, Boston, Walpole, Braunston
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 419.
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County: Wiltshire. Yorkshire. Lincolnshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after Ascension, 22 Edward III [30 May 1348].
Parties: John Pouger and Margery, his wife, querents, and William de Caumbray and Lettice, his wife, deforciants.
Property: A moiety of the manor of Puryton' by Crikelade in the county of Wiltshire and a moiety of the manor of Drax in the county of York and a moiety of the manor of Westrasen in the county of Lincoln.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Lettice have acknowledged the moieties to be the right of Margery, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Lettice to John and Margery and the heirs of Margery for ever.
Warranty: Warranty in respect of the moiety of the manor of Puryton'.
For this: John and Margery have given them 100 pounds sterling.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John Pouger, Margery Pouger, William de Cambrai, Lettice de Cambrai
Places: Purton, Cricklade, Drax, West Rasen
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 420.
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County: Oxfordshire. Berkshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Hilary, 21 Edward III [20 January 1348]. And afterwards one week from Holy Trinity, 22 Edward III [22 June 1348].
Parties: Robert de Napton' and Julian, his wife, querents, and William Golafre, John Arnald' of Bluntesdon', chaplain, and Walter, son of Roland Staleward', deforciants.
Property: 54 acres of land, 7 acres and 1 rood of meadow, pasture for 4 oxen, 20 shillings of rent and a moiety of 1 messuage in Grafton', Langeford' and Kelmescote in the county of Oxford and 30 acres of land, pasture for 4 oxen and 20 shillings of rent in Langeford' in the county of Berkshire.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Robert and Julian have acknowledged the tenements and pasture to be the right of William, as those which William, John and Walter have of their gift.
For this: William, John and Walter have granted to Robert and Julian the tenements and pasture and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Robert and Julian, of William, John and Walter and the heirs of William for the lives of Robert and Julian, rendering yearly 1 penny at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. And after the decease of Robert and Julian the tenements and pasture shall revert to William, John and Walter and the heirs of William, quit of the heirs of Robert and Julian, to hold of the chief lords for ever.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Robert de Napton, Julian de Napton, William Golafre, John Arnold, Roland Stallward, Walter Stallward
Places: Blunsdon (in Wiltshire), Grafton (in Langford), Langford, Kelmscott (in Broadwell)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 421.
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County: Wiltshire. Dorset.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Three weeks from Easter, 22 Edward III [11 May 1348]. And afterwards two weeks from Holy Trinity in the same year [29 June 1348].
Parties: John, son of Thomas de Freomantel, and Eleanor, his wife, querents, and Thomas de Freomantel and John Brunyng', deforciants.
Property: The manor of Tollard' and the advowson of a moiety of the church of Tollard' in the county of Wiltshire and the manor of Longa Kurchel and 20 acres of meadow in Hammepreston' and the advowson of the church of Longa Kurchel in the county of Dorset.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John, son of Thomas, has acknowledged the manors, meadow and advowsons to be the right of Thomas, as those which Thomas and John Brunyng' have of his gift.
For this: Thomas and John Brunyng' have granted to John, son of Thomas, and Eleanor the manors, meadow and advowsons and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to John, son of Thomas, and Eleanor and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of John, son of Thomas.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Thomas de Freemantle, John de Freemantle, Eleanor de Freemantle, John Bruning
Places: Tollard Royal, Long Crichel, Hampreston
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 422.
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County: Devon. Berkshire. Dorset. Somerset.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Michael, [22] Edward III [13 October 1348].
Parties: John de Mohun of Dunsterre, knight, and Joan, his wife, querents, by William Stowy, put in their place, and William de Houtorp' and Richard Cok', chaplain, deforciants.
Property: The manors of Uggebourgh', Bradewourth' and Torre in the county of Devon and [the manor of Stretle] in the county of Berkshire and the manor of Sturmenistre Mareschal in the county of Dorset and the manor of Codecombe and 2 [messuages and 3 carucates] of land in Karampton' and Culueton' in the county of Somerset.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Richard have granted [for themselves and the heirs] of William that the manor of Uggebourgh' - which Reynold de Mohun held for life - and that the manor of Bradewourth' - [which Patrick] de Mohun held for life - and that the manor of Torre - which Robert Pyle, the parson of the church of Crukerne, and Edmund Gras held for a term [of 10? years? - and] that the manor of Codecombe - which Payn de Mohun held for life - and that 1 messuage and 1 carucate of land in the vill of [Karampton'] - which Nicholas Charryngworth' held for life - and that 1 messuage and 2 carucates of land in the vill of Culueton' - which Hugh Colne and Ralph, his son, and John de Colne held for their lives - and that the manor of Sturmenistre Mareschal - which John Carreu held for a term of 12 years - and also that the manor of Stretle - which Walter de Chiryton' held for a term of 8 years - of the inheritance of William on the day the agreement was made, and which after [the decease] of Reynold, Patrick, Payn, Nicholas, Hugh, Ralph [and] John and the aforesaid terms ought to revert to William and Richard and the heirs of William - after the decease of [the same persons] and the aforesaid terms shall remain to John de Mohun and Joan and the heirs of [their] bodies, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of John de Mohun.
For this: John and Joan have given [them] 200 pounds sterling.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Mohun, Joan de Mohun, William Stowy, William de Howthorpe, Richard Cook, Reynold de Mohun, Patrick de Mohun, Robert Pile, Edmund Grass, Payn de Mohun, Nicholas Charringworth, Hugh Colne, Ralph Colne, John de Colne, John Carew, Walter de Cheriton
Places: Dunster (in Somerset), Ugborough, Bradworthy, Tormoham, Streatley, Sturminster Marshall, Cutcombe, Carhampton, Kilton, Crewkerne (in Somerset)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 423.
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County: Derbyshire. Leicestershire. Staffordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St John the Baptist, 22 Edward III [8 July 1348]. And afterwards two weeks from St Michael in the same year [13 October 1348].
Parties: Margaret, daughter of Robert de la Warde, knight, querent, and Roger de la Warde, knight, deforciant.
Property: A third part of the manor of Neuhalle and the advowson of the church of Herteshorn in the county of Derby and a third part of the manors of Upton' and Burton' Nouerey in the county of Leicester and the advowson of the church of Kyngesleye in the county of Stafford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Margaret has acknowledged the third parts and advowsons to be the right of Roger, of which he has a third part of the manors of Upton' and Burton' Nouerey and the advowsons of her gift.
For this: Roger has granted to Margaret the same third part and the advowsons and has rendered them to her in the court, to hold to Margaret, of the chief lords for the life of Margaret. And besides Roger granted for himself and his heirs that the third part of the manor of Neuhalle - which Giles de Meignill' held for a term of 11 years of the inheritance of Roger on the day the agreement was made, and which after the aforesaid term ought to revert to Roger and his heirs - after the aforesaid term shall remain to Margaret, to hold together with the aforesaid third part and the advowsons of the chief lords for the life of Margaret. And after the decease of Margaret the third parts and advowsons shall remain to John de Wyndesore and William de Burgh', clerks, and the heirs of John, to hold of the chief lords for ever.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Robert de la Ward, Margaret de la Ward, Roger de la Ward, Giles de Meynell, John de Windsor, William de Burgh
Places: Newhall (in Stapenhill), Hartshorne, Upton (in Sibson), Burton Overy, Kingsley
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 424.
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County: Wiltshire. Hampshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after St John the Baptist, 22 Edward III [25 June 1348]. And afterwards two weeks from St Michael in the same year [13 October 1348].
Parties: John de Brommore and Geva, his wife, querents, and Robert Maheu, chaplain, and Richard Burcy, deforciants.
Property: 6 messuages, 1 carucate of land, 6 acres of meadow, 1 halfpenny of rent and a rent of 1 pound of cumin and a moiety of 1 messuage and of 1 mill in Compton' by Enedford' in the county of Wiltshire and 6 messuages, 2 mills, 1 carucate of land, 10 acres of meadow, 40 acres of heath and 60 shillings of rent in Fordyngbrigg', Mygham, Netherbourgate, Godeshull' and la Folde in the New Forest in the county of Southampton.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Richard, as those which Richard and Robert have of his gift.
For this: Robert and Richard have granted to John and Geva the tenements and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to John and Geva, of the chief lords for the lives of John and Geva. And after the decease of John and Geva the tenements shall remain to John, son of John de Brommore, and Joan, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of the aforesaid John de [Bro]mmore.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Breamore, Geva de Breamore, Robert Mayhew, Richard Burcy, Joan de Breamore
Places: Compton (in Enford), Fordingbridge, Midgham, Nether Burgate, Godshill, Fold (all 4 in Fordingbridge)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 425.
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County: Middlesex. Hertfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Michael, 22 Edward III [13 October 1348].
Parties: William Groucy, knight, querent, and William Bret' and Eleanor, his wife, deforciants.
Property: 1 messuage, 80 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow and 20 acres of wood in Edelmeton', Rudyng', Hadele, Barnet' and Enefeld' in the county of Middlesex and 1 messuage, 80 acres of land, [8] acres of meadow, 5 acres of pasture and 15 acres of wood in Edelmeton', Rudyng', Hadele, Barnet' and Enefeld' in the county of Hertford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William Bret' and Eleanor have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of William Groucy, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of William to him and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: William Groucy has given them 100 marks of silver.
Note: [Endorsed: Robert de Redeswell', knight, puts in his claim.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: William Groucy, William Brett, Eleanor Brett, Robert de Reedswell
Places: Edmonton, West End (in Hampstead), Monken Hadley, Barnet, Enfield
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 426.
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County: Northamptonshire. Leicestershire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One month from St Michael, 22 Edward III [27 October 1348].
Parties: Richard de Smetheton', querent, and John Passelewe and Agnes, his wife, deforciants.
Property: A moiety of 1 toft, of 50 acres of land and of 10 acres of meadow in Parua Boudon' and Farndon' by Parua Boudon' in the county of Northampton and a moiety of 1 messuage in Hauerbergh' in the county of Leicester.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John and Agnes have acknowledged the moieties to be the right of Richard, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Agnes to him and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: Richard has given them 20 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Richard de Smeaton, John Passlow, Agnes Passlow
Places: Little Bowden, East Farndon, Market Harborough
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 427.
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County: Yorkshire. Nottinghamshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One month from Easter, 22 Edward III [18 May 1348]. And afterwards the day after All Souls in the same year [3 November 1348].
Parties: John de Barton' and Alice, his wife, querents, and Adam de Stretton', chaplain, and Alexander de Barton', deforciants.
Property: 2 messuages, 19 acres of land and 1 and a half acres of meadow in Naburn' in the county of York and 1 messuage, 4 bovates of land and 31 shillings and 1 farthing of rent in Barnby by Neuwerk' in the county of Nottingham.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John and Alice have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Adam, as those which Adam and Alexander have of their gift.
For this: Adam and Alexander have granted to John and Alice the tenements and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to John and Alice, of the chief lords for the lives of John and Alice. And after the decease of John and Alice the tenements shall remain to John, son of the same John, and the heirs of his body, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to William, brother of the same John, son of John, and the heirs of his body and (2) to the right heirs of the aforesaid John de Barton'.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Barton, Alice de Barton, Adam de Stretton, Alexander de Barton, William de Barton
Places: Naburn (in Acaster Malbis and York), Barnby in the Willows, Newark-on-Trent
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 428.
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County: Wiltshire. Hampshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Martin, 22 Edward III [25 November 1348].
Parties: John de Mohun of Dunsterre, knight, and Joan, his wife, querents, and William de Houthorp' and Richard Cok', chaplain, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Mildenhale in the county of Wiltshire and the manor of Greywell' in the county of Southampton.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Richard have granted for themselves and the heirs of William that [the manor] of Mildenhale - which John de Mere and Eleanor, his wife, held for their lives - and also that the manor of Greywell' - which John de Tunworth' held for a term of 8 years - of the inheritance of William on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of John and Eleanor and the aforesaid term ought to revert to William and Richard and the heirs of William - after the decease of John and Eleanor and the aforesaid term shall remain to John de Mohun and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of John de Mohun.
For this: John de Mohun and Joan have given them 100 pounds sterling.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Mohun, Joan de Mohun, William de Howthorpe, Richard Cook, John de Mere, Eleanor de Mere, John de Tunworth
Places: Dunster (in Somerset), Mildenhall, Greywell
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 429.
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County: Norfolk. Suffolk.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Hilary, 22 Edward III [27 January 1348].
Parties: John de Wylughby, knight, and Joan, his wife, querents, and Robert Tiffour, knight, and Maud, his wife, deforciants.
Property: A fifth part of a sixth part of the manors of Egfeld', Walcote, Chategraue, Magna Hauboys and Whetacre, excepting 10 acres of land and a fifth part of a sixth part of 360 acres of marsh in the fifth part of the sixth part of the manor of Whetacre, in the county of Norfolk and a fifth part of a sixth part of 360 acres of marsh in Olton', Carleton' Coleuill' and Barneby [in the county] of Suffolk.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Robert and Maud have acknowledged the fifth parts to be the right of John, and have remised and quitclaimed a fifth part of a sixth part of the manors of Egfeld', Walcote and Chategraue from themselves and the heirs of Maud to John and Joan and the heirs of John for ever. And besides Robert and Maud granted for themselves and the heirs of Maud that a fifth part of a sixth part of the manors of Magna Hauboys and Whetacre and also that the fifth part of the sixth part of 360 acres of marsh in the aforesaid vills in the county of Suffolk - which Maud, who was the wife of Robert Banyard', knight, held for life of the inheritance of Maud, the wife of Robert Tiffour, on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Maud, who was the wife of Robert Banyard', ought to revert to Robert and Maud, his wife, and the heirs of Maud - after the decease of Maud, who was the wife of Robert Banyard', shall remain to John and Joan and the heirs of John, to hold together with the aforesaid fifth part, of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: John and Joan have given them 200 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Willoughby, Joan de Willoughby, Robert Tiffer, Maud Tiffer, Robert Banyard, Maud Banyard
Places: Edgefield, Walcott, Chedgrave, Great Hautbois, Wheatacre, Oulton, Carlton Colville, Barnby
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 430.
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County: Herefordshire. Worcestershire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Michael, 21 Edward III [13 October 1347]. And afterwards two weeks from St Hilary, 22 Edward III [27 January 1348].
Parties: John Wyard', querent, and John de Stone and Joan, his wife, deforciants.
Property: 2 messuages, 1 carucate and 1 virgate of land, 1 acre of meadow and 6 shillings of rent in Hamenassh', Eton' Henore and Colyngton' in the county of Hereford and 2 virgates of land, 2 acres of meadow, 3 acres of wood and 2 shillings of rent in Curwyard' in the county of Worcester.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John de Stone and Joan have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of John Wyard', as those which he has of their gift, to hold to John Wyard' and his heirs, of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty by John de Stone and Joan for themselves and the heirs of Joan.
For this: John Wyard' has given them 100 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John Wyard, John de Stone, Joan de Stone
Places: Hamnish (in Kimbolton), Eaton Hennor (in Leominster), Collington, Kyre Wyard
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 431.
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County: Bedfordshire. Hertfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Hilary, 22 Edward III [27 January 1348].
Parties: John Gessyngge, querent, and William Peterouge of Dunstaple and Isabel, his wife, deforciants.
Property: 3 messuages, 1 toft, 80 acres of land and 16 shillings of rent in Dunstaple, Houghton', Sewelle and Thoternho in the county of Bedford and 1 toft, 80 acres of land, 4 acres of wood and 16 shillings of rent in Kenesworth' and Wybesnade in the county of Hertford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Isabel have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of John, and have rendered them to him in the court, to hold to John and his heirs, of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty by William and Isabel for themselves and the heirs of Isabel.
For this: John has given them 100 marks of silver.
Note: [Endorsed: William de Watford' and Mary, his wife, put in their claim.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John Gessing, William Peterouge, Isabel Peterouge, William de Watford, Mary de Watford
Places: Dunstable, Houghton Regis, Sewell (in Houghton Regis), Totternhoe, Kensworth, Whipsnade (in Bedfordshire)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 432.
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County: Somerset. Wiltshire.
Place: York and Westminster.
Date: At York, two weeks from St Michael, 11 Edward III [13 October 1337]. And afterwards, at Westminster, two weeks from St Hilary, 22 Edward III [27 January 1348].
Parties: John de Bonham and Robert de Bonham and Agnes, his wife, querents, and Lawrence [... and Master Thomas ...] of Wychford', deforciants.
Property: The manor of Bonham and 7 messuages, 2 and a half carucates of land, 30 acres of meadow and 40 shillings of rent in [... ...], Bykewyk', Bruyton', Wynkaulton' and Stauerdel in the county of Somerset and 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land, 2 acres of meadow and 31 shillings of rent in [Berewyk'] of St James and Orcheston' of St George and a moiety of the manor of Magna Wychford' in the county of Wiltshire.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: [John and] Robert have acknowledged the manor, tenements, rent and moiety to be the right of Lawrence, of which Lawrence and Master Thomas have the manor, 7 messuages, 2 and a half carucates of land, 30 acres of meadow, the rent and the moiety of their gift.
For this: Lawrence and Master Thomas have granted to Robert and Agnes the same messuages, land, meadow and rent and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Robert and Agnes and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. And besides Lawrence and Master Thomas granted for themselves and the heirs of Lawrence that 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land and 2 acres of meadow in the vills of Berewyk' and Orcheston' - which Laurencia, who was the wife of Alan de [...]adewell', and Thomas, her son, held for their lives of the inheritance of Lawrence on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Laurencia and Thomas, her son, ought to revert to Lawrence and [Master] Thomas and the heirs of Lawrence - after the decease of Laurencia and Thomas, her son, shall remain to Robert and Agnes and their aforesaid heirs, to hold [together with] the aforesaid tenements of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to John and his heirs. Lawrence and Master Thomas have also granted to John the manor and moiety and have rendered them to him in the court, [to hold to John] of the chief lords for the life of John. And after the decease of John the manor and moiety shall remain to Robert and Agnes and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of John.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Bonham, Robert de Bonham, Agnes de Bonham, Lawrence [...], Thomas [...], Alan de [...]adewell, Laurencia de [...]adewell, Thomas de [...]adewell
Places: Bonham (in Stourton, Wiltshire), 'Bykewyk'', Bruton, Wincanton, Stavordale (in Charlton Musgrove), Berwick St James, Orcheston St George, Great Wishford
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 433.
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County: Buckinghamshire. Oxfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 23 Edward III [26 April 1349].
Parties: Geoffrey de Hugenden' and Agnes, his wife, querents, by Thomas de Tochewyk', put in the place of Agnes, and John, son of Thomas de Hautryue, deforciant.
Property: 1 messuage, 2 tofts, 104 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow, 8 acres of wood and 66 shillings and 8 pence of rent in Hugenden' and Parua Mussenden' in the county of Buckingham and 4 pounds of rent in Wykham in the county of Oxford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Geoffrey has acknowledged the tenements and rent to be the right of John, of which John has the messuage, the tofts, the land and the wood of his gift.
For this: John has granted to Geoffrey and Agnes the same tenements and rent, together with the homages and all services of John atte Coumbe, Thomas S[er]iaunt, Thomas Ranner, Robert le Smyth', Richard Pirnour (or Richard Piruour), Denise Horped', Joan Stynour (or Joan Styuour), William de Wyuelesyate the younger, Richard Crouk', John Trygg', William Polet', Adam Yeeme and Joan, his wife, Simon le Smyth', Edmund de Asple, William Sperlyng', Robert Perkyn, Adam Terry, Richard Holyman, Clement le S[er]iaunt, Thomas atte Forde, Richard Goldewell', John le Kyng', Thomas Test' and Joan la Kyng' and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of John, son of Thomas, in the aforesaid vills, and has rendered the messuage, the tofts, the land, the meadow and the wood to them in the court, to hold to Geoffrey and Agnes and the heirs of Geoffrey, of the chief lords for ever.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Geoffrey de Hughenden, Agnes de Hughenden, Thomas de Tetchwick, Thomas de Hawtry, John de Hawtry, John atte Combe, Thomas Sargeant, Thomas Ranner, Robert le Smith, Richard Purner (or Richard Purver), Denise Orped, Joan Stainer (or Joan Stever), William de Wivelsgate, Richard Crook, John Trigg, William Pullet, Adam Yeme, Joan Yeme, Simon le Smith, Edmund de Aspley, William Spurling, Robert Perkin, Adam Terry, Richard Holyman, Clement le Sargeant, Thomas atte Ford, Richard Goldwell, John le King, Thomas Test, Joan la King
Places: Hughenden, Little Missenden, Wykham (in Banbury)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 434.
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County: Surrey. Oxfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 23 Edward III [26 April 1349].
Parties: Thomas Huscarl', knight, and Lucy, his wife, querents, and Master William de Carreu, parcener of the church of Bedyngton', and Nicholas de Carreu the elder, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Bedyngton' and 100 acres of wood and 20 shillings of rent in Horlee and the advowson of a free portion in the church of Bedyngton' in the county of Surrey and the manor of Bryghtewelle in the county of Oxford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Thomas has acknowledged the manors, tenements and advowson to be the right of Master William, as those which Master William and Nicholas have of his gift.
For this: Master William and Nicholas have granted to Thomas and Lucy the manors, tenements and advowson and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Thomas and Lucy, of the chief lords for the lives of Thomas and Lucy. And after the decease of Thomas and Lucy the manors, tenements and advowson shall remain to Thomas, son of the same Thomas and Lucy, and the heirs of his body, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to the heirs of the bodies of the aforesaid Thomas Huscarl' and Lucy and (2) to the right heirs of the same Thomas Huscarl'.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Thomas Huscarl, Lucy Huscarl, William de Carew, Nicholas de Carew
Places: Beddington, Horley, Brightwell Huscarls (in Brightwell Baldwin)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 435.
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County: Warwickshire, Nottinghamshire. Rutland. Surrey.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Hilary, 22 Edward III [20 January 1349]. And afterwards two weeks from Easter, 23 Edward III [26 April 1349].
Parties: Guy de MonteForti and Margaret, his wife, querents, and Richard de Budiford', chaplain, Thomas de Cumpton', chaplain, Walter de Hereford' and John Cullecuppe of Fosshawe, deforciants.
Property: The castle and manor of Beldesert' and the manors of Henleye, Whitchirche, Ilmyndon' and Wellesbourn' Mountford' in the county of Warwick and the manor of Gunthorp' in the county of Nottingham and the manors of Preston' and Uppingham in the county of Rutland and the manor of Ashstede in the county of Surrey, which Peter de MonteForti, knight, holds for life.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Richard, Thomas, Walter and John have granted for themselves and the heirs of Richard that the castle and manors - which Peter held for life of the inheritance of Richard on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Peter ought to revert to Richard, Thomas, Walter and John and the heirs of Richard - after the decease of Peter shall remain to Guy and Margaret and the heirs of the body of Guy, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to Thomas de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, and Katherine, his wife, and the heirs of the earl.
For this: Guy and Margaret have given them 1000 marks of silver.
Note: This agreement was made in the presence of Peter, and he did fealty to Guy and Margaret in the court.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Guy de Montfort, Margaret de Montfort, Richard de Bidford, Thomas de Compton, Walter de Hereford, John Culcop, Peter de Montfort, Thomas de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, Katherine de Beauchamp
Places: Forshaw Heath (in Solihull, Warwickshire), Beaudesert, Henley in Arden, Whitchurch, Ilmington, Wellesbourne Mountford (in Wellesbourne Hastings), Gunthorpe (in Lowdham), Preston, Uppingham, Ashtead
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 436.
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County: Middlesex. Berkshire. Lincolnshire. Hampshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Martin, 22 Edward III [25 November 1348]. [And afterwards] two weeks from Easter, 23 Edward III [26 April 1349].
Parties: Thomas de Colleshull', Master William, son of William de Brook', knight, John Mosse, Simon de Dalby, chaplain, and Richard de Arches, the parson of the church of [Couele], querents, and John, son of Bartholomew Pecche, knight*, deforciant.
Property: The manor of Couele and the advowson of the church of the same vill in the county of Middlesex and the manors of Elyng', Whatecumbe and Lollyndon' by Aston' and 8 pounds and 5 shillings of rent in Wokfeld' and Silhamstede and the advowson of the church of the vill of Whatecumbe in the county of Berkshire and the manors of Freston' and Edlyngton' and 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land and 5 shillings of rent in Denton' in the county of Lincoln and 4 messuages, 6 carucates and 2 and a half virgates of land, 66 acres of meadow, 130 acres of pasture, 83 acres of wood, 3 acres of moor and 26 pounds and 10 shillings of rent in Shirbourn' of St John, Bromle, Basyng', Shirfeld', Chynham, Tadele, Stratfeld' Say, Okle, Tystede and Elsefeld' in the county of Southampton.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John, son of Bartholomew, has acknowledged the manors, tenements, rent and advowsons to be the right of Richard, of which Richard, Thomas, Master William, John Mosse and Simon have the manors of Elyng', Whatecumbe, Freston' and Edlyngton', the tenements, 55 shillings of rent and the advowson of the church of Whatecumbe of his gift, excepting 67 shillings and 7 pence of rent in the manor of Elyng', to hold to Thomas, Master William, John Mosse, Simon and Richard and the heirs of Richard, of the chief lords for ever. And besides John, son of Bartholomew, granted for himself and his heirs that the manor of Couele, 25 pounds [and] 18 shillings of rent in the vills of Shirbourn' of St John, Bromle, Stratfeld' Say, Okle, Tystede, Basyng', Shirfeld', [Wokfeld' and] Silhamstede and also 67 shillings and 7 pence of rent in the manor of Elyng' above excepted and the advowson of the church [of Couele - which Joan], who was the wife of Bartholomew Pecche, held for life - and that 6 pounds and 7 shillings of rent in the vills of Elsefeld' and [Bromle] ... - which the same [Joan] and William Edward', citizen of Wynton', and Elizabeth, his wife, held for the lives of Joan and Elizabeth - and also that the manor of Lollyndon' - [which the same Joan] and William, her son, held for their lives - of the inheritance of John, son of Bartholomew, on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Joan, [Elizabeth and William, son] of Joan, ought to revert to John, son of Bartholomew, and his heirs - after the decease of Joan, Elizabeth and William, son of Joan, shall remain to Thomas, [Master William], John Mosse, Simon and Richard and the heirs of Richard, to hold together with the aforesaid manors, tenements, rent and advowson of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: [Thomas, Master] William, John Mosse, Simon and Richard have given him 200 marks of silver.
Note: [* Refers to the son.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Thomas de Coleshill, William de Brooke, John Moss, Simon de Dalby, Richard de Arches, Bartholomew Pecche, John Pecche, Joan Pecche, William Edward, Elizabeth Edward, William Pecche
Places: Cowley, Eling (in Hampstead Norreys), Whatcombe (in Fawley), Lollingdon (in Cholsey), Aston Tirrold, Wokefield (in Stratfield Mortimer), Sulhamstead, Freiston, Edlington, Denton, Sherborne St John, Bramley, Old Basing, Sherfield on Loddon, Chineham (in Monk Sherborne), Tadley, Stratfieldsaye, Church Oakley, Tisted, Ellisfield, Winchester (in Hampshire)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 437.
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County: Nottinghamshire. Lincolnshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 23 Edward III [26 April 1349].
Parties: John Busshy of Hagham, knight, querent, and Richard Pynsoun, the parson of the church of Botheby, and William de Ounesby, the parson of the church of Dodyngton', deforciants.
Property: The manor of Balderton' in the county of Nottingham and the manors of Hagham and Kynardeby, excepting 1 messuage, 4 bovates of land, 4 acres of meadow and 60 shillings of rent in the manor of Hagham, in the county of Lincoln.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John has acknowledged the manors to be the right of Richard, as those which Richard and William have of his gift, excepting also 4 messuages, 1 carucate of land and 5 bovates of land and 4 knights' fees and a moiety of 1 knight's fee in the same manors.
For this: Richard and William have granted to John the manors and fees, together with the homages and all services of the master of the hospital of St Leonard of Neuwerk', the master of the hospital of St Leonard of Stoke, the abbot of Barlynges, the prior of Thornholm', the prior of Blithe, the prior of Elsem and the prioress of Apilton' and their successors, Gilbert de Neuyle, knight, Henry de Logthon' of Hale, Robert de Lekeburn' of Dembleby, Thomas Duruy (or Thomas Durny) of Walcote, Hugh Bolet' of Hagham, John Freman of Welyngouere, Edmund Perpount', knight, Thomas de Syreston', John de Farindon', Robert Stuffyn of Neuwerk', William de Mauby (or William de Manby), knight, Nicholas Tourny, knight, John Mountene of Stoke, Hugh Maug[er], John Disseny, John de Lounesdale and John Kempe and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of Richard and William in the aforesaid manors and have rendered the manors to them [sic] in the court, to hold to John, of the chief lords for the life of John. And besides Richard and William granted for themselves and the heirs of Richard that 1 messuage and 1 carucate of land in the manor of Hagham above excepted - which Thomas de Sibethorp' held for life - and that 1 messuage and 1 bovate of land in the same manor above excepted - which John de Hau[er]yngton' held for life - and that 1 messuage and 1 bovate of land in the same manor above excepted - which William Page held for life - and that 1 messuage in the same manor above excepted - which William, son of Edward, held for life - and that 1 bovate of land in the same manor above excepted - which Robert P[er]son' held for life - and that 1 bovate of land in the same manor above excepted - which John de Upton' held for life - and also that 1 bovate of land in the same manor above excepted - which John atte Halle held for life - of the inheritance of Richard on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Thomas de Sibethorp', John de Hau[er]yngton', William Page, William, son of Edward, Robert P[er]son', John de Upton' and John atte Halle ought to revert to Richard and William and the heirs of Richard - after the decease of [the same persons] shall remain to John Busshy, to hold together with the aforesaid manors and fees of the chief lords for the life of John. And after the decease of John the manors, fees and tenements shall remain to William, son of John, son of John Busshy, knight, and Isabel, daughter of John Paynel of Botheby, knight, and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to John, brother of the same William, and the heirs of his body, (2) to Edmund, brother of the same John, brother of William, and the heirs of his body, (3) to Thomas, brother of the same Edmund, and the heirs of his body and (4) to the right heirs of the aforesaid John Busshy.
Note: [Endorsed: Thomas de Sibethorp' puts in his claim.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John Bushy, Richard Pinson, William de Ownsby, Gilbert de Neville, Henry de Logthon, Robert de Legbourne, Thomas Durvy (or Thomas Durny), Hugh Bullett, John Freeman, Edmund Pierpoint, Thomas de Syerston, John de Farndon, Robert Stuffin, William de Mautby (or William de Manby), Nicholas Turney, John Mountney, Hugh Mauger, John Disney, John de Lonsdale, John Kemp, Thomas de Sibthorpe, John de Harrington, William Page, Edward, William, son of Edward, Robert Pearson, John de Upton, John atte Hall, William Bushy, John Paynell, Isabel Paynell, Edmund Bushy, Thomas Bushy
Places: Haugham, Boothby Pagnell, Doddington (both in Lincolnshire), Balderton, Kingerby, Hospital of St Leonard, Newark, Hospital of St Leonard, Stoke (both in Nottinghamshire), Barlings Abbey, Thornholm Priory (both in Lincolnshire), Blyth Priory (in Nottinghamshire), Elsham Priory (in Lincolnshire), Nun Appleton Priory (in Yorkshire), Hale, Dembleby (both in Lincolnshire), Walcott (in Billinghay, Lincolnshire), Wellingore (in Lincolnshire), Newark-on-Trent, East Stoke (both in Nottinghamshire)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 438.
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County: Essex. Cambridgeshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Hilary, 22 Edward III [27 January 1348]. And afterwards two weeks from Easter in the same year [4 May 1348].
Parties: William de Clopton' of Walden', querent, and John, son of Thomas de Clopton' of Walden', deforciant.
Property: 3 messuages, 280 acres of land and 6 acres of meadow in Walden' and Hadstoke in the county of Essex and 1 messuage, 60 acres of land and 4 acres of meadow in Bergham and Lynton' in the county of Cambridge.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of William, of which William has 2 parts of the tenements of his gift, to hold to William and his heirs, of the chief lords for ever. And besides John granted for himself and his heirs that the third part of the tenements - which Michael Poucyn and Nichole, his wife, held in dower of Nichole of the inheritance of John in the aforesaid vills on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Nichole ought to revert to John and his heirs - after the decease of Nichole shall remain to William and his heirs, to hold together with the 2 parts, of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: William has given him 100 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: William de Clopton, Thomas de Clopton, John de Clopton, Michael Poucin, Nichole Poucin
Places: Saffron Walden, Hadstock, Barham (in Linton), Linton
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 439.
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County: Northamptonshire. Warwickshire. Derbyshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 22 Edward III [4 May 1348].
Parties: Edmund de Bereford', clerk, querent, and Baldwin de Mohun, clerk, and Robert de Brightewell', clerk, deforciants.
Property: The manors of Stene and Farnyngho and the advowson of the church of the manor of Stene in the county of Northampton and the manors of Langele, Whysshawe and Shoteswell' and the advowson [of the church] of the manor of Whysshawe, excepting 1 acre of land in the manor of Shoteswell' and the advowson of the church of the manor of [Shoteswell'], in the county of Warwick and the manor of Meysham in the county of Derby.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Edmund has acknowledged the manors and advowsons to be the right of Baldwin, as those which Baldwin and Robert have of his gift.
For this: Baldwin and Robert have granted to Edmund the manors and advowsons and have rendered them to him in the court, to hold to Edmund, of the chief lords for the life of Edmund. And after the decease of Edmund the manors and advowsons shall remain to John de Bereford' fitz Edmund' de Bereford' and Eleanor Darundell' file Richard' Counte Darundell' and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to the heirs of the body of John, (2) to Baldwin, brother of the same John, and the male heirs of his body and (3) to the right heirs of Edmund.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Edmund de Bereford, Baldwin de Mohun, Robert de Brightwell, John de Bereford, Richard, earl of Arundel, Eleanor de Arundel, Baldwin de Bereford
Places: Steane, Farthinghoe, Langley (in Claverdon), Wishaw, Shotteswell, Measham
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 440.
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County: Wiltshire. Somerset.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 22 Edward III [4 May 1348]. And afterwards one week from St Michael, 23 Edward III [6 October 1349].
Parties: John le Fitz Payn, querent, and William Border and Joan, his wife, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Draycote by Ore in the county of Wiltshire and 17 messuages, 305 acres of land, 23 and a half acres of meadow and 18 pence of rent in Alampton' and Dichesyete* in the county of Somerset.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: William and Joan have acknowledged the manor and tenements to be the right of John, of which he has the manor, 7 messuages, 120 acres of land and 8 acres of meadow of their gift, and they have granted to John the rent, together with the homage and all service of Thomas de Rodeney and his heirs, in respect of all the tenements which he held before of William and Joan in the aforesaid vills, to hold to John and his heirs, of the chief lords for ever. And besides William and Joan granted for themselves and the heirs of William that 4 messuages, 80 acres of land and 5 acres of meadow in the vill of Alampton' - which John Mareschal and Cecily, his wife, held in dower of Cecily - and that 1 messuage, 30 acres of land and 3 acres of meadow in the same vill - which William Martyn and Ellen, his wife, held for their lives - and that 1 messuage, 10 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow in the same vill - which John Boilonde and Henry, his brother, held for their lives - and that 20 acres of land and 4 acres of meadow in the same vill - which Peter Wenyet and Margery, his wife, held for their lives - and that 7 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow in the vill of Dichesyete - which Walter le Mey and Walter, his son, held for their lives - and that 1 messuage, 10 acres of land and a moiety of 1 acre of meadow in the same vill - which Thomas Mey held for life - and that 4 acres of land in the same vill - which Richard de Wyke and Aline, his wife, held for their lives - and that 1 messuage, 10 acres of land and a moiety of 1 acre of meadow in the vill of Alampton' - which Hugh Peuerel held for life - and that 1 messuage and 14 acres of land and a moiety of 1 acre of meadow in the same vill - which Roger Flancard' (or Roger Flaucard') and Alice, his wife, held for their lives - and also that 1 messuage in the same vill - which John Bargeneys and Gunnilda, his daughter, held for their lives - of the inheritance of William Border on the day the agreement was made, and which 3 messuages, 24 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow in the vill of Alampton' after the decease of Hugh, Roger and Alice and John Bargeneys and Gunnilda ought to remain to Peter Wenyet and Margery, his wife, and John, son of the same Peter and Margery, if Peter and Margery and John survived Hugh, Roger and Alice and John Bargeneys and Gunnilda, to hold for the lives of Peter and Margery and John, son of Peter and Margery, and which same tenements after the decease of Hugh, Roger and Alice, John and Gunnilda, Peter and Margery and John, son of Peter and Margery, and also the 7 messuages, 161 acres of land and 14 and a half acres of meadow in the aforesaid vills after the decease of Cecily, William Martyn and Ellen, John Boilonde and Henry, Peter and Margery, Walter and Walter, Thomas and Richard and Aline ought to revert to William Border and Joan and the heirs of William - after the decease of [the same persons] and Hugh, Roger and Alice, John Bargeneys and Gunnilda and Peter and Margery and John, son of Peter and Margery, shall remain to John le Fitz Payn and his heirs, to hold together with the aforesaid manor, tenements and rent of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: John le Fitz Payn has given them 300 marks of silver.
Note: [* The seventh character is yogh.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John le FitzPayn, William Border, Joan Border, Thomas de Rodney, John Marshall, Cecily Marshall, William Martin, Ellen Martin, John Boyland, Henry Boyland, Peter Weniet, Margery Weniet, John Weniet, Walter le May, Thomas May, Richard de Wyke, Aline de Wyke, Hugh Peverell, Roger Flancard (or Roger Flaucard), Alice Flancard (or Alice Flaucard), John Bargeneys, Gunnilda Bargeneys
Places: Draycot Fitz Payne, Oare (both in Wilcot), Alhampton (in Ditcheat), Ditcheat
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 441.
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County: Nottinghamshire. Lincolnshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Michael, 23 Edward III [13 October 1349].
Parties: Robert de Knyueton', chaplain, warden of the chapel of the Blessed Mary of Sibethorp', querent, and Thomas de Sibethorp', the parson of the church of Bekyngham, deforciant.
Property: 6 messuages, 7 tofts, 2 bovates and 96 acres of land, 16 acres of meadow and 46 shillings of rent in Sibethorp', Sireston', Eyleston', Hokesworth', Flyntham, Shelton', Staunton' and Orston' in the county of Nottingham and 2 messuages and 5 and a half bovates of land in Bekyngham, Sutton' and Fenton' in the county of Lincoln.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Thomas has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of the warden and his chapel, and has rendered them to him in the court, to hold, to wit, the tenements in the county of Nottingham to the warden and his successors in aid of the support of him and 8 other chaplains and 3 clerks to celebrate divine service in the chapel by the ordination in this regard made or to be made and also all the other tenements in the county of Lincoln to the warden and his successors in aid of the support of him as aforesaid and of the warden of the chapel of the Blessed Mary of Bekyngham by the ordination of Thomas in this regard made or to be made, of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty by Thomas for himself and his heirs.
For this: The warden has received Thomas and Thomas de Baumburgh', clerk, and their heirs into all the benefits and prayers which shall henceforth be made in his chapel for ever.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Robert de Kneeton, Thomas de Sibthorpe, Thomas de Baumber
Places: Sibthorpe, Beckingham, Syerston, Elston, Hawksworth, Flintham, Shelton, Staunton in the Vale, Orston, Sutton (in Beckingham), Fenton
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 442.
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County: Sussex. Kent.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Three weeks from St Michael, 23 Edward III [20 October 1349].
Parties: Luke de Ponyngges and Isabel, his wife, querents, and Michael de Ponyngges, deforciant.
Property: The manors of Halfnaked', Walberton', Bernham and Midelton' in the county of Sussex and the manor of Neubury by Dertford' in the county of Kent.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Luke and Isabel have acknowledged the manors to be the right of Michael, of which he has the manors of Halfnaked', Bernham [and] Midelton' and 2 parts of the manor of Neubury of their gift.
For this: Michael has granted to Luke and Isabel the same manors and the 2 parts and has rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Luke and Isabel and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. And besides Michael granted for himself and his heirs that the manor of Walberton' - which Gerard de Insula and Elizabeth, his wife, held in dower of Elizabeth - and also that the third part of the manor of Neubury - which Thomas de Aspale and Mirabilla, his wife, held in dower of Mirabilla - of the inheritance of Michael on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Elizabeth and Mirabilla ought to revert to Michael and his heirs - after the decease of Elizabeth and Mirabilla shall remain to Luke and Isabel and their aforesaid heirs, to hold together with the aforesaid manors and the 2 parts, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Luke.
Note: [Endorsed: John de Sc'o Philb'to and Margaret, his wife, put in their claim.]

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Luke de Poynings, Isabel de Poynings, Michael de Poynings, Gerard de Lisle, Elizabeth de Lisle, Thomas de Aspall, Mirabilla de Aspall, John de Saint Philbert, Margaret de Saint Philbert
Places: Halnaker (in Boxgrove), Walberton, Barnham, Middleton, Newbury (in Crayford), Dartford
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 443.
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County: Surrey. Kent.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Martin, 23 Edward III [25 November 1349].
Parties: Henry de Bekwell' and Agnes, his wife, querents, by Henry Wykwan, put in the place of Agnes, and John Notte of London', spicer, Thomas de Sudbury, the vicar of the church of Camerwell', and John Shrympe, chaplain, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Camerwell' and 1 messuage, 160 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow and 4 pounds of rent in Camerwell' in the county of Surrey and 1 messuage, 1 mill, 80 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 13 acres of pasture, 7 acres of wood and 20 shillings of rent in Bocton' Alluf' in the county of Kent.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Henry has acknowledged the manor and tenements to be the right of Thomas, as those which Thomas, John Notte and John Shrympe have of his gift.
For this: John Notte, Thomas and John Shrympe have granted to Henry and Agnes the manor and tenements and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Henry and Agnes and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Henry.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Henry de Beckwell, Agnes de Beckwell, Henry Wickwane, John Nott, Thomas de Sudbury, John Shrimp
Places: London, Camberwell, Boughton Aluph
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 444.
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County: Essex. Kent.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from St Hilary, 23 Edward III [20 January 1350].
Parties: Master Nicholas de Sandwyco, querent, and William de Clynton', earl of Huntingdon, deforciant.
Property: The manor of Morton' in the county of Essex and the manor of Folkstan and the advowson of the church of Roluyngdenn' in the county of Kent.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Master Nicholas has acknowledged the manors and advowson to be the right of the earl, as those which the earl has of his gift.
For this: The earl has granted to Master Nicholas the manors and advowson and has rendered them to him in the court, to hold to Master Nicholas, of the lord king and his heirs for the life of Master Nicholas. And after the decease of Master Nicholas the manors and advowson shall remain to John de Sandwyco, brother of the same Master Nicholas, and the heirs of his body, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever. In default of such heirs, the manors and advowson shall revert to the earl and his heirs, quit of the heirs of Master Nicholas and also of the other heirs of John, to hold of the lord king and his heirs for ever.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Nicholas de Sandwich, William de Clinton, earl of Huntingdon, John de Sandwich
Places: Moreton, Folkestone, Rolvenden
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 445.
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County: Hertfordshire. Suffolk. Northamptonshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 24 Edward III [3 February 1350].
Parties: Edmund de Verdoun and Joan, his wife, querents, by William de Braundeston', put in the place of Joan, and John de Verdoun, deforciant.
Property: The manor of Stagenho in the county of Hertford and the manor of Chedberugh' in the county of Suffolk and 10 marks, 6 shillings and 8 pence of rent in Holcote in the county of Northampton.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John has granted to Edmund and Joan the manors and rent, together with the homages and all services of Henry Dicoun, chaplain, Hugh Croft and Robert Campioun and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of John in the aforesaid vill, and has rendered the manors to them in the court, to hold to Edmund and Joan and the heirs of their bodies, of John and his heirs for ever, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. In default of such heirs, the manors and rent shall revert to John and his heirs, quit of the other heirs of Edmund and Joan, to hold of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: Edmund and Joan have given him 200 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Edmund de Verdon, Joan de Verdon, William de Braunston, John de Verdon, Henry Dickon, Hugh Croft, Robert Campion
Places: Stagenhoe (in St Pauls Walden), Chedburgh, Holcot
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 446.
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County: Northamptonshire. Oxfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 24 Edward III [11 April 1350].
Parties: Edmund de Bereford', querent, and Richard de Tadelowe, the parson of the church of Mixebury, and Nicholas de Lichesfeld', the parson of the church of Wisshawe, deforciants.
Property: 3 messuages, 3 virgates and 23 and a half acres of land, 9 and a half acres of meadow and a third part of 1 virgate of land in Purston' by Farnyngho and the advowson of the church of Hynton' by Brackele in the county of Northampton and 1 messuage, 28 acres of land [and] 3 acres of meadow in Brightwell' in the county of Oxford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Edmund has acknowledged the tenements and advowson to be the right of Richard, as those which Richard and Nicholas have of his gift.
For this: Richard and Nicholas have granted to Edmund the tenements and advowson and have rendered them to him in the court, to hold to Edmund and his heirs [sic], of the chief lords for the life of Edmund. And after the decease of Edmund the tenements and advowson shall remain to John de Bereford' filz Esmound de Bereford' and the heirs of his body, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, successive remainders (1) to Baldwin de Bereford' filz Esmound' de Bereford' and the heirs of his body and (2) to the right heirs of Edmund.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Edmund de Bereford, Richard de Tadelow, Nicholas de Lichfield, John de Bereford, Baldwin de Bereford
Places: Mixbury (in Oxfordshire), Wishaw (in Warwickshire), Purston (in Newbottle and Kings Sutton), Farthinghoe, Hinton in the Hedges, Brackley, Brightwell
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 447.
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County: Norfolk. Huntingdonshire. Lincolnshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from Easter, 24 Edward III [11 April 1350].
Parties: John de Hampden', Lawrence, the parson of the church of Horsyngdon', John le Bruyn of Ocle and Ralph de Kerdyngton', chaplain, querents, and Gerard, son of Gerard de Braibrok', and Margaret, his wife, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Middelton' by Lynne in the county of Norfolk and the manor of Ouerton' Longeuill' and the advowson [of the church] of the same vill in the county of Huntingdon and 3 messuages and 3 virgates of land in Hacunby, Dunesby and Morton' in the county of Lincoln, which Margaret, who was the wife of John de Longeuill', knight, holds for life.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Gerard and Margaret, his wife, have acknowledged the manors, tenements and advowson to be the right of John de Hampden', and have granted for themselves and the heirs of Margaret, the wife of Gerard, that the manors, tenements and advowson - which Margaret, who was the wife of John, held for life of the inheritance of Margaret, the wife of Gerard, on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Margaret, who was the wife of John, ought to revert to Gerard and Margaret, his wife, and the heirs of Margaret - after the decease of Margaret, who was the wife of John, shall remain to John de Hampden', Lawrence, John le Bruyn and Ralph and the heirs of John de Hampden', to hold of the chief lords for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: John, Lawrence, John and Ralph have given them 100 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Hampden, Lawrence, John le Brown, Ralph de Cardington, Gerard de Braybrook, Margaret de Braybrook, John de Longville, Margaret de Longville
Places: Horsington (in Lincolnshire), Oakley (in Bedfordshire), Middleton, King's Lynn, Orton Longueville, Haconby, Dunsby, Morton
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 448.
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County: Wiltshire. Berkshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from Holy Trinity, 24 Edward III [30 May 1350].
Parties: Geoffrey de Weston' and Alice, his wife, querents, by William de Lufwyk', put in the place of Alice, and Robert de Holt', deforciant.
Property: The manor of Wetlescote and 7 messuages, 1 carucate of land and 120 shillings of rent [in C]ompton' Basset, Sherston' Pynkeneye, Wynt[er]bourn' Monacho[rum], Rodbourne Chaneu, Yeuene and Swyndon' in the county of Wiltshire and a moiety of the manor of Migham in the county of Berkshire.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Geoffrey has acknowledged the manor, tenements and moiety to be the right of Robert, as those which Robert has of his gift.
For this: Robert has granted to Geoffrey and Alice the manor, tenements and moiety and has rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Geoffrey and Alice and the heirs of their bodies, of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to the right heirs of Geoffrey.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Geoffrey de Weston, Alice de Weston, William de Lowick, Robert de Holt
Places: Westlecott (in Wroughton), Compton Basset, Sherston Pinkney (in Sherston Magna), Winterbourne Monkton, Rodbourne Cheney, Even Swindon (in Swindon), Swindon, Midgham
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 449A.
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County: Norfolk. Huntingdonshire. Lincolnshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: One week from Holy Trinity, 24 Edward III [30 May 1350].
Parties: Gerard, son of Gerard de Braybrok', and Margaret, his wife, querents, and John de Hampden', Lawrence, the parson of the church of Horsyngdon', John le Brun of Ocle and Ralph de Kerdyngton', chaplain, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Middelton' by Lynne in the county of Norfolk and the manor of Ouerton' Longeuill' and the advowson of the church of the same vill in the county of Huntingdon and 3 messuages and 3 virgates of land in Haccunby, Dunesby and Morton' in the county of Lincoln, which Margaret, who was the wife of John de Longeuill', knight, holds for life.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John, Lawrence, John and Ralph have granted for themselves and the heirs of John de Hampden' that the manors, tenements and advowson - which Margaret, who was the wife of John, held for life of the inheritance of John de Hampden' on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Margaret, who was the wife of John, ought to revert to John de Hampden', Lawrence, John le Brun and Ralph and the heirs of John de Hampden' - after the decease of Margaret, who was the wife of John, shall remain to Gerard, son of Gerard, and Margaret, his wife, and the heirs of the body of Margaret, to hold of the chief lords for ever. In default of such heirs, remainder to Gerard de Braybrok', knight, and his heirs.
For this: Gerard, son of Gerard, and Margaret, his wife, have given them 200 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Gerard de Braybrook, Margaret de Braybrook, John de Hampden, Lawrence, John le Brown, Ralph de Cardington, John de Longville, Margaret de Longville
Places: Horsington (in Lincolnshire), Oakley (in Bedfordshire), Middleton, King's Lynn, Orton Longueville, Haconby, Dunsby, Morton
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 449B.
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County: Buckinghamshire. Essex. Hertfordshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: The day after St John the Baptist, [24] Edward III [25 June 1350].
Parties: Thomas, son of John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Maud, daughter of Ralph de Ufford', querents, and John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Maud, his wife, deforciants.
Property: The manor of Chesham and view of frankpledge in Chesham in the county of Buckingham and the manor of Rameseye in the county of Essex and the manor of Westwyk' and 1 toft, 80 acres of land and 6 acres of wood [in] Westwyk' in the county of Hertford.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: The earl and Maud, his wife, have granted to Thomas and Maud, daughter of Ralph, the manors, view of frankpledge and tenements and have rendered them to them in the court, to hold to Thomas and Maud, daughter of Ralph, and the male heirs of their bodies, to wit, the manor of Chesham and the view of frankpledge of the lord king and his heirs and all the other manors and tenements of the earl and Maud, his wife, and the heirs of the earl, for ever, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. In default of such heirs, all the manors, the view of frankpledge and the tenements shall revert to the earl and Maud, his wife, and the heirs of the earl, quit of the other heirs of Thomas and Maud, daughter of Ralph, to hold, to wit, the manor of Chesham and the view of frankpledge of the lord king and his heirs and all the other manors and tenements of the chief lords, for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: Thomas and Maud, daughter of Ralph, have given them 200 marks of silver.
Note: This agreement was made by the command of the lord king.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Vere, earl of Oxford, Thomas de Vere, Maud de Vere, Ralph de Ufford, Maud de Ufford
Places: Chesham, Ramsey, Westwick (in St Michael's parish, St Albans)
 
CP 25/1/287/43, number 450.
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County: Suffolk. Norfolk.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Two weeks from St Michael, 24 Edward III [13 October 1350].
Parties: John de Wyngefeld', querent, and John Garlek' and Sarah, his wife, deforciants.
Property: A third part of the manor of Sylam and the advowson of a third part of the church of Esham in the county of Suffolk and a third part of 2 tofts, of 120 acres of land, of 10 acres of meadow and of 10 acres of pasture in Brokedissh', Nedham, Mendham, Redenhale, Alderbergh' and Herleston' in the county of Norfolk.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: John Garlek' and Sarah have granted to John de Wyngefeld' the third parts and advowson and have remised and quitclaimed whatsoever they had in them in the name of dower of Sarah to him and his heirs for ever.
For this: John de Wyngefeld' has given them 100 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: John de Wingfield, John Garlick, Sarah Garlick
Places: Syleham, Esham (in Syleham), Brockdish, Needham, Mendham, Redenhall, Alburgh, Harleston (in Redenhall)


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