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338 페이지 - Lynford late of the said earl and in the king's hands as above, to hold of the chief lords of the fee by the services of as many knights' fees and as many other rents and services as they were held by before 4 March, 1 Edward IV.
340 페이지 - Nicholas, son of the said . . . [torn] males of his body, in default to remain to ... [torn] of his body begotten, to hold of the chief lords of that fee by the services which to the aforesaid tenements...
37 페이지 - ... shillings sterling. 22. At Exeter Tuesday next before the Apostles Philip and James ; between Alpeisia who was the wife of Gerrard de la Patte, claimant; and William, Abbot of Clive, tenent ; for the third part of a ferling of land in Hoke which she claimed in dower as of the free tenement of Gerrard once her husband. Alpeisia quit claimed all her rights ; for this the Abbot gave her four shillings sterling. 23. At Ivelcestre Ash Wednesday ; between Alice who was the wife of Walter de Kareuill,...
123 페이지 - ... said Hospital had, by the gift of Richard de Albo Monasterio antecessor of the said Roger, in the vills of Aysford, Bradene, and Hysebare, as in demesnes, homages, rents, service of free men, wards, reliefs, escheats, woods, meadows, pastures, waters, pools, fisheries, and all other things belonging, to be the right of the Master and Brethren of the said Hospital and quit claimed the same : for this the Master gave Roger twenty shillings sterling. 121. At Ivelcestre in the quinzaine of the Purification...
356 페이지 - ... right of John and Felicia as by their gift, to hold to them and the heirs of John, of the chief lords of that fee. And besides Thomas and Isabella granted for themselves and the heirs of Isabella, that a garden which William de Muleburn held for a term of eighteen years, the inheritance of Isabella in the aforesaid vill on the day this agreement was made, and which after the aforesaid term ought to revert to Thomas and Isabella and the heirs of Isabella, should wholly remain to John and Felicia...
322 페이지 - ... services thereto appertaining. (Bound between Nos. 26 and 27.) 70. At York in the morrow of All Souls ; between Richard de Rodeny and Matilda his wife, querents, by William Malerbe in their place ; and William de Burne, deforciant; for a messuage, and a carucate of land, in Stok Giffard juxta Westburi. Plea of covenant was summoned. Richard acknowledged the right of William; for this William granted the same to Richard, to hold to him and Matilda and his heirs begotten of Matilda, of the chief...
199 페이지 - William as being by his gift, to hold of him, rendering yearly one clove gillyflower at Easter, and doing to the chief lord of the fee all services belonging : and Robert warranted against all men : for this William gave Robert one sore sparrow hawk.
286 페이지 - ... Michael ; between Robert Bishop of Bath and Wells, querent ; and Adam de Nortoft and Emma his wife, deforciants ; for a messuage, a mill, two carucates of land, one hundred acres of wood, and six marcs of rent, in Kynemerdon. Plea of covenant was summoned. Adam and Emma acknowledged the right of Robert the Bishop as by their gift, to hold to the Bishop and his heirs of them and the heirs of Emma, rendering yearly one pair of gilt spurs or six pence at Easter ; and Adam and Emma warranted against...
267 페이지 - ... the right of John, and quit claimed to him : for this John gave Richard sixty marcs. 116. At Schyreburn in five weeks of Easter ; between John de Asecumbe, querent; and Reyner de Asecumbe, impedient; for a messuage and a virgate of land in Childcumton. Plea of warranty of deed was summoned. Reyner acknowledged the right of John as by his gift, to hold of the chief lord of the fee, doing all services belonging ; for this John granted the same tenement to Reyner for life, rendering yearly one rose...
392 페이지 - Robert at his decease might w1ll fifteen marcs per annum for his soul. If it happen that Geoffrey shall die before Robert, and the heirs of Geoffrey fail to find the said estovers, then Robert and Helewisia may enter on the manors of Sutton and Estcokere, to hold the same for the life of Robert ; after the decease of Robert the said manors shall revert to the heirs of Geoffrey : and besides Geoffrey gave Robert three hundred marcs. 24 f^tnrg ffi.

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