Agreement (in English) between William Willughbye, knight, Lord Willoughby and Eresby, and James Hobart, knight, to have a valuation made of the manor of Chedgrave in Chedgrave and adjoining towns in the Hundreds of Loddon and 'Knaveryng' (Clavering), it having been valued at £16 p.a. 'pryce of barly sett at xijd the combe' and accordingly Hobart paid £228 with condition that Sir Edmund Jenney, knight, and Richard Braunche, clerk, should truly value it. As they had not done so he was sustaining great loss 'for grete part & the best part ... runnyth with bushis brakys & furrys ... so as the cost & charge to recover yt wull near cost asmoch as the grownd ys worth'.
- PHI 85, 577X1
- 22 Aug 1506
Sir Richard Braunche; fl 1480-?1507; chaplain at St Giles Hospital; Norwich, Norfolk