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Little Ryburgh

(1) Quitclaim in her widowhood by Ysabel relict of Thomas son of Hamon de Gatele ward (alumpna) of John formerly rector of the church of Stibbard to Sir Ralph de Paueli of 2a. land in the fields of Little Ryburgh formerly of Sir Philip de Pauely of which 1½a. lay at Thornecrundel near Wygate and ½a. at Brendelond. Witnesses include Sir Giles de Munpinchun and John his son, Sir Reginald de Sancto Martino and William his son and Sir Ralph de Gatel' and John his son. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(2) Grant by Ralph de Paueli to Richard and Nicholas his sons of 2½r. in fields of Little Ryburgh and Stibbard near Thornecrundel and Wygate and ½a. at Brendelond and ½a. in Stibbard at Norcroft, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(3) Grant by said Ralph to said Nicholas of nine pieces of land in the fields of Little Ryburgh and Stibbard, one in field called Cranespit near Little Ryburgh common, and others near Bernardesbed, Wigate, Snakacre, near Stibbard windmill and in field called Northcroft in Stibbard, free of all services and demands except suit when a plea runs by royal precept, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(4) Grant by Thomas son of Ralph de Hil of Little Ryburgh to Ralph son of Simon de Auehoghe of a piece of land in the fields of Little Ryburgh near that of the prior of [Horsham] St Faith, free of secular demands and suit of court except by royal writ in Thomas's court, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(5) Quitclaim by said Thomas to John de Pauely of two pieces of meadow lying in length and breadth against John Bencelyn's meadow, [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(6) Grant by Hugh the chaplain of Ryburgh, son of Geoffrey son of Godwin of Little Ryburgh, to John son of Ralph de Pauely of Little Ryburgh, of half a dwelling house (mansio) that was Reginald the priest's of Little Ryburgh near the other half that Ralph de Munpyncun holds, the way from Simon de Alvehoghe's house to Wellemor, and the meadow (herbagium) of Ralph le potere, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(7) Grant by Reginald son of Ranulf to Nicholas son of Ralph de Pauely of a piece of land in his croft near Sir Ralph de Pauely's fee. Sir Geoffrey son of Osbert and Sir Reginald de St Martin witness. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(8) Grant by Abraham formerly son of Reginald the priest of Little Ryburgh to Ralph de Pauelly of half a rood of turbary of the fee of William le Veaytre in Brademor, extending from the meadow of William carpenter to the stream (ripa), [early-mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(9) Grant by William son of John, formerly rector of the church of Stibbard, to Hugh the chaplain, son of Geoffrey son of Godwin, of a dwelling house (mansio) that was Reginald's the chaplain of Ryburgh lying near the meadow (herbagium) that was of Sir Ralph the knight of Pauely and the way from the house of Simon de Auehohe to Wellmor, [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(10) Grant by John son of Ralph de Pauely knight to William le Talyur of messuage that was of Hugh Skut chaplain in Morgate in Little Ryburgh and the land near the spring called Morwelle as bounds placed show, not to sell to a religious house, paying 1d. to 20s. scutage when it occurs and rent of 3s. yearly and two absolutely white winged fowls (altilia pennis omnino alba) and a pound of cumin (cynnini). William is to have when he brings them food and a repast, to do court twice yearly at John's courts called Lamessemot and Michelmessemot save when a royal great writ of right commences in the court. For this grant William gave a pair of gloves and a pair to Joan his wife. John de Muntpyncun, William de Grancurt and Roger de St Martin knights witnesses. [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(11) Grant by Godfrey, abbot, and the convent of the church of St Mary de pratis of Creake, to John de Pauely of two roods in Little Ryburgh, abuttals including Ridelond and Wdemere Croft, in exchange for 2r. given by John [Godfrey was abbot 1262-81], mid 13th century (1 parchment)
(12) Grant by Thomas son of Ralph de Parva Riburg' to Henry son of Godfrey de Helgetone of a piece of land at Cokelhowebotme in the fields of Little Ryburgh, [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(13) Acknowledgment (chirograph) by John Pauely of debt of £16 to the priory of Castleacre in arrears of rent of 24s. for Inlondemille which he obliges himself to pay at the rate of 35s. 6d. p.a. and for which Earl Warrenn or the sheriff should distrain for lack of payment, 4 June 1301 (1 parchment)
(14) Grant by Richard le Warde to William de Pauely and Alice his wife of land in the fields of Little Ryburgh called le Hilhuscroft with a grove within it planted and ditched near ways called Maplegate and Lampytgate. William grants in exchange land at Mandidele and six marks of silver. Witnesses include John de Southtertonnne and Robert de Burgiun knights. 25 May 1310 (1 parchment)
(15) Appointment by Reginald de Berch and Christian his wife of Sir Simon vicar of Little Ryburgh to deliver seisin to William de Pauely of land in the field of LittleRyburgh at Frostebek, 28 Feb 1317 (1 parchment)
(16) Grant of same to same of same piece near Marketsty and Ratelond, 28 Feb 1317 (1 parchment)
(17) Grant by John le Millere of Horstead to John de Northro of Wroxham, John de Beston, parson of the church of Holme Hale, William de Smalberwe and Margaret de Burghwod, of all his lands and tenements in Briston, Melton Constable and Burgh Parva with their neaves and sequel, homages, rents, wards, reliefs, escheats, meadows, feedings, pastures, waters, fisheries, pools and woods. Horstead, 30 Aug 1359 (1 parchment)
(18) Grant in fee farm by Robert de Pauely to Hugh Atteston and Emma his wife of half an acre with a messuage on it formerly of Alice daughter of Andrew ?clerk, 4 Dec 1351 (1 parchment, part illegible)
(19) Grant by Richard Geryng senior to Catherine wife of John de ?Dokyng of land at Foxhil in the field of Little Ryburgh near the common pasture, 1359-60 (1 parchment, part illegible)
(20) Grant by John de Reppes knight to Edmund Noer of Tilney, William Straunge of Weston and Elias de Norton, chaplain, of all his lands and tenements with liberty of a fold in Stibbard, (Wood) Norton, Fulmodeston and Little Ryburgh, his neaves Richard Hobbeys, Richard Crisstemesse and Reginald Robbesson and John his son and all villeins born or to be born and their sequel with their lands, goods and chattels. Southrepps, 16 Nov 1357 (1 parchment)
(21) Enfeoffment by John Bosoun of Whissonsett, Robert de Geyton, Richard de Walton, Richard Risle and Richard Gegh of Sisilia lately wife of John Pauely in the manor of Little Ryburgh, 1 Aug 1379 (faded parchment)
(22) Register containing: Grant by John de Pauely, grantees as in no. 21, Geyton described as parson of the church of Hainford, of the manor of Little Ryburgh with appurtenances in Stibbard and half the manor of Hainford that his mother Margaret holds for life, 30 Sep 1375; Transcript of no. 21, naming the grantee as Cecily and conveying life interest, 30 Sep 1375; Grant by Bosoun, de Geyton, de Walton, John Gegges, de Risle and Richard Gegges to Cecily de Pauely of life interest in the manor of Little Ryburgh, 1 Aug 1379; Quitclaim by John Pauely, Thomas son of William Pauely junior, son of William Pauely senior deceased, to John Blake, son of Joan daughter of William Pauely junior, Edmund Blake esq., Simon Blake of Swaffham Market, Nicholas Bokkyng gent., and Hugh Acton, clerk, of right in the manors of Little Ryburgh and Hainford, the vills and fields of Stibbard and Testerton, and the manor of Itteringham Thweyt. Little Ryburgh , 28 Mar 1423; John Pauely junior, citizen of Norwich, being lately seised of the manors of Little Ryburgh, Paueleys in Stibbard and Hainford and dying without heirs of his body, title came to John Blake, citizen of Norwich, as son of the sister of John Pauely senior, who now grants them to his kinsman Edmund Blake esq., doorkeeper of the king's chamber, and Simon his brother, Hugh Acton, clerk, and Nicholas Bokkyng of Langham. Little Ryburgh, 9 Mar 1453; Appointment by John Pauely of Hainford of John Braunch, chaplain, and John Speer, to deliver seisin to Roger Prat, clerk, Edmund Oldehall, William Sedman, citizen of Norwich, John Bokyng and John Mannyng, mercer of Norwich, in the manor of Little Ryburgh , 28 May 1412; Quitclaim by John Paueley to Cecily de Shouldham of right in the manors of Hainford called Randulfeshalle and Little Ryburgh. 7 Henry IV, 1405-1406; Notarial instrument in which Richard Athelwald gent. of South Creake declared that in 1405-1406 at Little Ryburgh in the house of John Pawle esq. he saw a copy of a document dated 1316-1317 (10 Edward son of Edward) by which Simon Nowers gave the manors of Swanton, Saxlingham, Itteringham Thwaite and North Elmham to Robert Nowers and Alice his wife from whom came John and Philip Nowers and daughters Margaret and Joan, Margaret marrying Robert de Pawle from whom came John de Pawle and a daughter, ancestress of William Oldehalle knight, and Joan marrying Stephen de Halys knight and having a daughter Joan who married Simon de Esterlyng. John Nowers afterwards died seised and John son of Robert Pawle was killed, leaving John his son without heirs of his body, so William Oldehall son of Edmund Oldehalle esq. was the next heir of John Pawlee, 24 June 1418. 1375-1453 (1 paper gathering)
(23) Manor of Ryburgh, firmal of barley rents, 1376 (1 parchment)
(24) Manor of (Little) Ryburgh, court roll 1320 (14 Edward)-1321, 1320-1 (1 parchment)
(25) Manor of Whissonsett, firmal, [15th century] (paper gathering)
(26) Manors of Little Ryburgh Pavellz and Little Ryburgh Horsham St Faith, estreat, Oct 1598 (1 paper)
(27) Same manors, estreat, Mar 1596 (1 paper)
(28-30) Same manors, estreats, Sep 1593 (28), Sep 1594 (29) and March 1595 (30), 1593-1595 (1 paper)
(31) Valor of manors of Great and Little Ryburgh, 1629 (1 paper)
(32) Copy of court roll of the manor of Ryburgh Horsham St Faith admitting Thomas Bond on the death of John Reyner to a piece of land in Church Close, 18 Oct 1682 (1 paper)

Includes deeds endorsed 'Recept' de abbato de W'.

Horsham St Faith Manor; 1189-1925; Little Ryburgh, Norfolk

Raynham

Great Raynham is the modern East Raynham (St Mary) and Little Raynham the modern West Raynham (St Margaret). South Raynham is St Martin.

(1) Grant in fee by Richard son of William de Ingaldestorp and Matilda his wife to Geofrey de Renham for two marks of silver of a quarter part of the homage, service and sequel of Richard son of Wilfrun with the tenement he holds of the grantor for which he renders 15d. yearly and homage and service to the heirs of Robert Catherarii for the tenement, that is to say for the croft that was Osbert de Bec's, 3d. yearly, [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(2) Grant by Henry de Hauuill' to Math. son of John de Renham of 3a. in the field of Little Raynham that were Agnes Sucer's, rendering one pound of cumin at Michaelmas, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(3) Agreement by Richard le Rus and Thomas son of Ralph the clerk by which Thomas would render yearly 4d de censu for a piece of land at Hardlond held of John de Ingaldestorp in exchange for a piece in the field of Raynham at Glorescroft, Whit 1279 (1 parchment)
(4) Grant by William de Patesle senior, son of Sir Hamon, to John his son of one acre in the field of Raynham near way from Raynham to Pattesley. Witnesses include Sir Thomas Burt, Sir Richard de la Rokele and Sir Peter Buzun, 21 Mar 1287 (1 parchment)
(5) Demise by Thomas son of Richard de Snetertone to Godfrey de le Hyl for term of his life of 4a. 1r. land in Great Raynham near Suthmor, Cokylwong, land of the prioress and convent of Thetford, the Windmilne way and way called le Marketgate, Tatterford, 4 Oct 1302 (1 parchment)
(6) Grant by Mabel and Margaret daughters of Godfrey Dicke to William son of Godfrey Champeneys and Christiana his wife of 5r. of meadow in Great Raynham at Suthwardehirne lying between the spring of the new pool (fontem novi stagni) and the meadow that was John son of Ivo's and near common pasture called Branchfurlongheveds, 1 Nov 1304 (1 parchment)
(7) Grant by Yde son of Roger mercator of Great Raynham to William Lombe of same and Mabel his wife of a piece of land near the common pasture of Estmor, paying 2d. yearly rent to John le Glovere, 22 July 1297 (1 parchment)
(8) Grant by Walter de le Hay de Wygetoft to Gilbert son of Godfrey Golde of Great Raynham of a messuage with buildings and ditches in the vill of Raynham at Estmor [217], 22 July 1305 (1 parchment)
(9) Grant by Hervey de capud ville to William son of Godfrey Champeneys and Christiana his wife of a messuage containing 2a. with croft and buildings in the vill of Great Raynham at Estmor and 6a. in 3 pieces in the field of Great Raynham near Inggoldeswong, common called Holdheith, Thetfordesty and Colkirkegate, Sunday before Math. apostle, 1304-1305 (1 parchment)
(10) Grant by Richard Godknape to John son of William de Pattisle of a piece of land in the fields of Great Raynham at Thornys, Thursday after St Math. apostle, 1305-1306 (1 parchment)
(11) Agreement by which Thomas le Ray and his wife Margaret granted to John le Ward dower arising to the said Margaret from a messuage and croft in Great Raynham and two pieces of land, one in the field at Enkeshyl and the other near their croft, that were of William son of Henry de Reynham, her former husband, for rent of two farthings yearly during her life, 17 Nov 1307 (1 parchment)
(12) Grant by John son of Nicholas le Bakestere and Margaret his wife to John son of Hawys Pytewyn of a piece of land in the fields of Great Raynham at Inggoldewong, 20 Oct 1308 (1 parchment)
(13) Grant by John son of William son of Henry de Magna Reynham to William son of Henry Gernor of a piece of his messuage with buildings and one rood of his croft in Great Raynham at Nordgate measuring 7 perches near the highway and at the west head near the watercourse 5p. 11ft, 29 Sep 1308 (1 parchment)
(14) Grant by Simon Deubeney to William Gernor of half an acre in his croft at Nordgate in Great Raynham [259], 26 Feb 1312 (1 parchment)
(15) Quitclain by Galfric Springale to William son of Godfrey Champeneys of right in 2½d. annual rent from two pieces of land in ?field of Raynham near Paddockmore and Dygeleshyl, ?26 Aug ?1309 (1 damaged parchment)
(16) illegible fragment (1 parchment)
(17) Grant by Simon Deubeney to William son of Henry Gernor of a piece of land at Northgate in Great Raynham [255], 10 Dec 1312 (1 parchment)
(18) Grant by Thomas de Hauuill knight, son of Sir Thomas de Hauuill knight, to Henry son of William Bullok of a messuage and croft with buildings in Great Raynham that Tiffania Colyn held, rendering suit of court every three weeks for all services save services and customs owed to John le Ward of Raynham, as by charter he has of Thomas's ancestors, Dunton, 29 Mar 1312 (1 parchment)
(19) Grant by R[-] Dalimund of Oxwick to William son of Godfrey Chaumpeneys of Great Raynham of a piece of land in the fields of Great Raynham near Lanfeldele and Suthattegate, 18 Jan 1317 (1 parchment)
(20) Confirmation by Thomas de Hauuill, son of Sir Thomas de Hauuill, of a charter of Henry de Hauuill his grandfather that enfeoffed Geoffrey his servant, son of Wiliam de Hengham, of lands and tenements in the vill and fields of Raynham and rents of capons, ploughing works and man works (precariis carucarum et precariis hominum) and other services and customs that the villeins of the said Henry were accustomed to make him for the lands and tenements that were held of him in villeinage in the vills of Great, Little and South Raynham, and agreement that John le Warde, kinsman of the said Geoffrey, should enjoy the same, Dunton, 25 July 1316 (1 parchment)
(21) Quitclaim by John son of William son of Henry de Magna Reynham to Richard Dalymund of Oxwick of right in services and customs of hens, boon works and autumn mowing due to him from a piece of land at Langfelde that Dalymund purchased from Richard son of Peter Dalymund of Great Raynham, 8 Mar 1317 (1 parchment)
(22) Confirmation by Thomas de Hauuile, son of Sir Thomas, lord of Dunton and knight, to John le Warde, of right in all John's holdings of his fee in Great, Little and South Raynham, Toftrees, Helhoughton and Brisley by homage and fealty, payment to the scutage when it comes at the rate of 2d. to 20s., service of 11s. 2d. yearly, rent of a pound of pepper and a pound of cumin and three-weekly suit at his court of Raynham, 28 Dec 1321 (1 parchment)
(23) Grant by Ralph son of John son of Henry de Magna Reynham, chaplain, to Thomas son of Hugh atte Water of Shereford of a piece of land in the field of Great Raynham at Midelwong [236], 27 Feb 1324 (1 parchment)
(24) Grant by Thomas de Hauuile, son and heir of Thomas de Hauuile knight, to William Toke of Tittleshall of a piece of land of one acre in the fields of Raynham rendering 2d. yearly and one suit to his court with all services except services and customs owed by John le Warde [232], date illegible, [c 1321] (1 parchment)
(25) Grant by William de Horscroft to Godfrey Bullok of a piece of land in the field of Great Raynham near Dygelishil and Suth Attegate, c 1 Nov 1319 (1 parchment)
(26) Grant by Reginald Toke of Tittleshall to Hamon his brother of one half of three roods of land in the field of Great Raynham that they acquired of William their father, 6 Jan 1328 (1 parchment)
(27) Grant by Thomas de Salowes of East Raynham to [-] of messuage built called Salowes with croft near Colkirkegate and le Wellesty and a piece of land called Brentacr' [300], 15th century (parchment fragment)
(28) Grant by William son of John de Reynham of Wiggenhall to William Durrant of South Lynn and Sir Thomas his brother, rector of the church of Holmehale, of a messuage with buildings in Great Raynham lying between the mill pool that was John son of Henry de Magna Reinham's and Northgate and 29a. of land of which 20 were called Lyngwonges and lay near Northmyllissty, common pasture called Oldheyth, Schehouscroft and Greneho and nine acres at Chuyslegate; 7 acres of meadow in Little Raynham St Margaret near the common pasture called Frodholm, the mill pool that was John son of Henry's and the way called Outgong; a foldcourse (cursum unius falde) in the vill of Great Raynham; and 11s. yearly rent from his free tenants in Great and Little Raynham, 10 Apr 1327 (1 parchment)
(29) Grant by John son of John de Reynham to John de Wesenham, cutler, both burgesses of Lynn Episcopi, of two messuages with crofts and buildings and 24a. of arable and meadow in the vill and fields of Great Raynham and Raynham St Margaret, one messuage lying in Great Raynham near Estmor and the other near Bekwong; 6½a. arable and 2½a. meadow in three pieces in Great Raynham near Shephouscroft, Oldeheyth, Stonhill, watercourse from Sir Robert de Scales' mill, Blakemolde, Paddokmere, Sir William de Ingoldisthorp's chace, Bradegate, Beneaker, Hardelond, the common chace from St Margaret to Oxwelle, Mikeldik, Beneaker, Stonhildele, Branchefurlong, Dennismor and Blyndebusk. Finely decorated initial letter. 3 July 1345 (1 parchment)
(30) Grant by Thomas de Hauuill knight, son of Thomas de Hauuill knight, to Matilda who was the wife of Thomas de Hauuill his son of the manors of Dunton and Raynham and the advowsons of the two churches. Witnesses include William de Calthorpe, Robert de Poers, Peter Bozoun and Henry de Walpol, knights, Dunton. 21 Sep 1327 (1 parchment)
(31) Quitclaim by Richard son of Thomas de Hauuill of Dunton to Thomas de Hauuill knight of right in the manors of Dunton and Raynham which he had sought by writ of right against Thomas in the king's court, Lynn, 29 Dec 1329 (1 parchment)
(32) Quitclaim by Richard son of Thomas de Hauuill to Matilda formerly wife of Thomas, son of Thomas de Hauuill knight, of right in the manors of Dunton and Raynham and in those of Haconby (Lincs.), Shenton (Leics.), and Linford (Bucks.) and the advowsons of those manors, Lynn, 7 July 1329 (1 parchment)
(33) Grant by Godfrey son of William Bullock of Great Raynham to Thomas Copyns of Great Ryburgh of a messuage with house built and reversion of part of said messuage with another house thereon that Godfrey's father granted to Alice his sister for life, in Great Raynham near Sir John de Ingolstorp's manor, 18 Feb 1330 (1 parchment)
(34) Grant by William de Horscroft to John Champonays of a piece of land in the field of Great Raynham near common pasture called le Flasches [6], 9 Feb 1332 (1 parchment)
(35) Appointment by Agnes daughter of Reginald Golde of Great Raynham of W[-]lyn and John D[-]an as attorneys to deliver seisin to [-] of land in Great Raynham at Suthmor pit, 28 Apr 1335 (faded parchment)
(36) Quitclaim by Thomas atte Gannok of Tatterford to Roger Breton of all the lands and tenements in Tatterford, Raynham St Mary and St Mar(tin), Helhoughton and Burnham that were Sir Thomas de Snyterton's, [-] before St Faith [-] Edw. III, [14th century] (1 damaged parchment)
(37) Indenture between Dame Maud who was wife of John de Felton the son and Simon Dodeman cancelling an annuity granted to Simon by Sir Thomas de Hauile of 14 'souch' charged on the manor of Raynham, another of 8 'souch' and a furred robe worth 5 'souch' charged on the manor of Dunton, and an annuity of 2 marks charged on that of Haconby, granted by Dame Maud, and substituting an annuity of 14 'souch' and a furred robe suitable 'pour gentilhome'. Lynn Episcopi, Tuesday after feast of St Margaret [336], 1336 (parchment, in French)
(38) Grant for term of her life by Margaret formerly wife of John son of Henry de Estreynham to John son of John de Reynham, burgess of Lynn Episcopi, of a piece of land in the field of East Raynham at Estwellehirne [322], 8 Apr 1339 (1 parchment)
(39) Grant by Thomas Golde to John Chaunponeys of a piece of land in the fields of Great Raynham near common pasture called Maniwelles, 14 Nov 1339 (1 parchment)
(40) Grant by John Chaunponeys to Laurence son of Master Albert de Tofteris of a piece of land in the fields of Great Raynham near common pasture called le Flashes [14], 20 Feb 1340 (1 parchment)
(41) Agreement between Sabina formerly wife of John Davy of Thornham and Henry son of William Chaumpeneys of Raynham Blessed Mary by which she in her widowhood granted to farm seven acres in diverse pieces in the field of Raynham aforesaid for the term of seven years and two parts of a certain meadow for five years from Michaelmas next at the yearly rent of 3½ quarters 2 bushels of barley 'boni et placabilis bladi' [384], 23 Mar 1340 (1 parchment)
(42) Grant by William Dalymund of Raynham to Ralph de Styberd and his wife Juliana of 1a. in the field of Great Raynham near Colkirkegate, 29 Nov 1340 (1 parchment)
(43) Grant by James de Hauyle to Sir Robert Tyssour knight of 1a. of land at Leycotes and 40s. rent from the free and native tenants in the vills of Raynham St Mary and St Margaret and Schitereynham (sic), save customs of free and native tenants; and special grant that a messuage and 6½a. 1r. land that Ralph Cok held for life should revert to grantor and his heirs, 1 Oct 1342 (1 parchment)
(44) Quitclaim of actions by Simon Dudeman of Raynham to Sir Robert Tyssour knight and Matilda his wife save [those concerning] 40s. and a furred robe or 20s. to be received by Sir Robert from the manors of Dunton and Raynham, Dunton [348], 1 Nov 1343 (1 parchment)
(45) Quitclaim by Catherine who was wife of William Chamberlein of Raynham to John Champenis of right in the messuage that John bought of William in Wellingham, 24 Dec 1343 (1 parchment)
(46) Grant by John Warde of Raynham to John le Rous, Thomas de Norton, chaplain, Michael Bret, and John and Robert Scogan, of two messuages with crofts and all his lands and tenements in the vill of East Raynham with course and liberty of one fold (foldag') with rents and services of his free tenants and autumn and smal' works, capon and hen rents and all customs that he was used to receive from neaves and native lands formerly Thomas de Hauill's, Raynham, 14 June 1349 (1 parchment)
(47) Grant by Simon Dodeman of Raynham to Master Roger de Caston, parson of the church of Blessed Mary of Great Raynham, Sir R[oger] de W[or]tham, parson of the church of Tittleshall, [Sir Richard Syger], parson of the church of Oxwick, and J[ohn] son of William Dodeman, of all his goods and chattels, moveable and immoveable, Great Raynham, 30 Aug 1338 (faded parchment)
(48) Appointment by Simon de Snyterton of James Pynkeney and Wiliam Skogan to deliver seisin to Sir Roger de Caston, parson of the church of East Raynham, and Robert Skogon of same, of a piece of land in the field of Raynham at Marlelond, East Raynham, 11 May 1351 (1 parchment)
(49) Grant by John de Littelmor to John Chaumpeneys of East Raynham of a piece of land in the field of East Raynham at Estmor near common pasture called Suthmor, Raynham [333], 8 Dec 1351 (1 parchment)
(50) Grant by Sabina daughter of Geoffrey Chapman of East Raynham to John Chaumpeneys of same of four pieces of land in the field of East Raynham at Flaschis, near le Beregate and near Suthmor, Raynham, 3 Jan 1353 (1 parchment)
(51) Quitclaim by John son of William Dudeman of Raynham to Master Roger de Castone, parson of the church of Great Raynham, and Sir Richard Syger, formerly parson of the church of Oxwick, of right in feedings, pastures, folds, homages, rents and services of free tenants had by feoffment of Simon Dudeman, de Castone, Sir Roger de Wortham, parson of Tittleshall, and Syger, in diverse pieces of land in the vills and fields of Great, Little and South Raynham and Wellingham, Great Raynham [340], 3 Aug 1354 (1 parchment)
(52) Appointment by James de Hauill knight of Nicholas Payn of Helhoughton to deliver seisin in his manor of Raynham with services of tenants, wards, reliefs, escheats and neaves with their sequel procreated and to be procreated to Roger de Caston, parson of the church of Raynham St Mary, and Richard Syger, chaplain of Oxwick, 9 Nov 1354 (1 parchment)
(53) Grant by William de Inggaldestorp knight to Roger de Castone, parson of the church of East Raynham, and William de Rudham, parson of the church of Ingoldisthorp, of mill called le Tornnmille with post, fishery and the great bridge and with damages and amercements of the tenants of Havyles fee, East Raynham, 15 June 1357 (part illegible parchment)
(54) Grant by John Pynkeney of Tattersett to John Chaumpeneys of Raynham of a piece of land at Heghlamcotis [parish not stated], 21 Oct 1358 (1 parchment)
(55) Grant by William Shepherde of Godwick to John Champeneys of three pieces of land in the field of Great Raynham at Benecrundil, near le Millepost and at Estmorishende, 15 Aug 1359 (1 parchment)
(56) Quitclaim by Robert Scoggan of Raynham to Roger de Caston, parson of the church of East Raynham, William parson of the church of Ingoldisthorpe, and William Ray, chaplain, of right in lands, tenements, rents, services and autumn and winter boon works that they had by the feoffment of Sir John de Tylney knight, John Bartilmew, Walter de Watlington and Robert Scoggan in the vills and fields of East, West and South Raynham, Helhoughton, Toftrees and Oxwick, East Raynham, 23 May 1372 (1 parchment)
(57) Feoffment by Sir John de Tylney knight of John Bertlemew and [-] Scoggan in the vills and fields of East, West and South Raynham, Helhoughton, Toftrees and Oxwick, East Raynham, 23 May 1361 (1 parchment)
(58) Grant by John Chaumpeneys of East Raynham to Sir Roger de Caston, parson of the church of East Raynham, and Sir Godfrey de Reynham, parson of the church of Assingdon [?Assendon, Oxon], Sir William de Cressingham, chaplain, and John Wudeman of Raynham, of his messuages, tenements, meadows, feedings and pastures in the vills of East and South Raynham, Oxwick and Wellingham, East Raynham [311], 20 May 1361 (1 parchment)
(59) Grant by John de Sparham, dwelling in East Raynham, and Ralph Sefrey of same to William le Ray, chaplain, and Robert Scoggan of a piece of land in East Raynham at le Cockwong had with John parson of Mileham, John Crosdale, parson of Oxwick, and William de Winch, chaplain, by feoffment of Ralph le Clerk of Raynham [?335], 6 Feb 1362 (1 parchment)
(60) Agreement by William Bullok of Raynham granting to Elena formerly wife of John Champeneys of same an annual rent of 40s. of silver, but if John son of John Champeneys pays her 18s. of silver yearly during her life the grant is to be void, Raynham, 4 Sep 1363 (1 parchment)
(61) Quitclaim by Joan who was wife of Sir James de Hauvile knight to Robert Scoggan of Raynham and Thomas and John his sons of claim by reason of dower charged on the manor of Raynham, Great Raynham, 8 Nov 1366 (1 parchment)
(62) Letters patent of Edward III pardoning William de Cresyngham, parson of Raynham, and William Ray, chaplain, for acquiring without licence the manor of Raynham St Mary, held in chief, from Roger de Caston, lately rector of same, and Richard de Oxwyk, chaplain, and also licence for conveyance to Robert Scoggan and Thomas and John his sons, 7 Feb 1372 (1 parchment)
(63) Grant by Godfrey Seffre of Raynham to John Champeneys of same of a piece of land near Southmor, 7 Feb 1370 (partly illegible parchment)
(64) Quitclaim by Thomas Gauel of Fakenham and Matilda his wife to Edmund Athelwald of South Creake of right in lands and tenements formerly of Richard Athelwald in the vill and field of South Creake, 15 Dec 1368 (1 parchment)
(65) Grant by William Ray, chaplain of Raynham, to Ralph Hakun of messuage formerly Robert Miller's, Raynham [317], 10 Oct 1368 (1 parchment)
(66) Grant by William Ray, parson of the church of Oxwick, to Henry and Robert sons of Robert Scoggan of Raynham, of messuages, lands, meadows, tenements, woods, rents, and services of free and native tenants in the vills of Raynham, Pattesley, Testerton and Stibbard except lands and tenements in the field of Raynham north and south of the way from the great bridge of Raynham to Toftrees by the messuage formerly of Sir Thomas de Horscroft and except also the lands and tenements that were Thomas Rous's, 10 Nov 1374 (1 parchment)
(67) Grant by William Chaumpeney dwelling in Oxwick, son of John Chaumpeney of East Raynham, to Sir Stephen de Halis knight, Sir John Leche parson, Ed. de Sancto Omero, John Boson of Whissonsett, Benedict de Hockam dwelling in Hockham, William March dwelling in Stanhoe, William parson of the church of Great Raynham and William Balsham of Terrington, of croft called Westcroft with a court (cur') near way called Snecgate and lands near Rowsflach, Brachfurlongheveds, Thornleye and Estmor formerly of John father of William Champeneys, 1 June 1375 (faded parchment)
(68) Rental of John [illegible] of West Raynham, 14th century-15th century (1 parchment)
(69) Grant by Agnes formerly wife of Richard Galowe of Great Raynham and Thomas her son to William Champeneys of Oxwick of half an acre in the field of Raynham and the homage and service of William Lene, viz ½d. rent from ½a. of land. Oxwick [66], 18 May 1380 (1 parchment)
(70) Illegible document mentioning East Raynham and Northgate, nd (1 parchment)
(71) Grant by John Heye of Beeston by Mileham and Margaret his wife to William Heyward and Thomas his brother of Beeston of 2½a. in Raynham St Mary near the highway to the church, 13 Nov 1382 (1 parchment)
(72) Grant by John Trunch of East Rudham to John Champeneys of East Raynham of 1½a. in the field of Raynham at Stonhildele, 14 Feb 1385 (1 parchment)
(73) Agreement between Thomas de Hornyng of Raynham St Mary and Mary his wife and their son William by which they conveyed to him their messuage in Raynham with lands and meadows in Raynham, Toftrees and Pattesley and crops, stock and utensils (listed in detail), with certain exceptions, he to maintain them at his table and provide russet cloth, blanket and coloured cloth and give them 20d. each yearly for life, 29 Sep 1378 (1 parchment)
(74) Grant by Thomas de Hornyng of East Raynham to John de Mowton and Thomas Scoggan of same of messuage called Porys and 16 pieces of land with meadows, feedings, pastures and rents in East Raynham, Pattesley and Toftrees with liberty of a fold in East Raynham, near Horswong, Playteschas, common leading to le Shepescotes, Marketgate, Heynon, Holdheyye, Bradgate, Northmillesty, Everdecroftes, le Helgate, land of Alice at the Chirche, Northmillecroft, Peperlond, le Netherfurlong, le Overcroft near way to le Holdmille, le Shephowscroft, le Grenegate, and a piece called Cunttelond [275], 11 Dec 1391 (1 parchment)
(75) Grant by Roger Chapman of East Raynham to John Mowton, Thomas Barker and William Brisle of same, of messuage and two pieces of land in the field of Raynham, one in the croft of the messuage and the other near Alberdeslond and Millesty, 4 Dec 1391 (1 parchment)
(76) Acknowledgment by Robert son of Henry Scoggan of receipt from William Champeneys of 33s. 4d., part of an annuity of ten marks, 30 Dec 1414 (1 parchment)
(77) Quitclaim by Thomas son of William Hornyng of East Raynham to John Iwyn of same and Cecily his wife, Henry de Merton of Brinton, Thomas Barker of East Raynham and Giles Dalymond of West Raynham, of right in messuage built in East Raynham called Porys, 15 pieces of land and liberty of a fold, 14 Oct 1417 (1 parchment)
(78) Grant by Robert Clere of Helhoughton to John Bettys of same of piece of land in the field of Raynham called Malkynschortlond, a headland, near the land of the prior of St Faith, 1 Aug 1425 (1 parchment)
(79) Manor of East Raynham Scogones, estreat, 3 Apr 1442 (1 parchment)
(80) Grant by John Warner, chapman, to Andrew Chapman and Robert Brond of Binham to John Wodhous, Richard Aghton, William Paston, Thomas Derham, William Yelverton, Gregory Qwrry, Ralph Grys, clerk, and Robert Fayrwall of Little Raynham, of messuages, lands and tenements in Little Raynham, with meadows, feedings, pastures, homages, rents, services and customs of freemen and liberty of a fold in the same vill, Thursday after St Laurence, 11 Aug 1429 (1 parchment)
(81) Demise by Gregory Hurre, rector of the church of East Raynham, to Thomas Tudenham knight, Thomas Schuldham esq., William Marscal esq. of Raynham and John Smyth of same, of messuage called Hornynges in Raynham with land, tenements, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods, warrens, fisheries and one fold, had from William Stapylton esq., 7 Oct 1443 (1 parchment)
(82) Appointment by Thomas Champeneys, clerk, one of the sons of Thomas Champeneys of East Raynham, of William Candeler and John Warcop to deliver seisin to Thomas Schuldham esq., John Fyncham, William Gurnay esq., John Tounesend, Roger his son, John Eyer, clerk, John Gygges of Beighton, John Gyggys of Burnham, Ed. Fyncham of Rougham and William Cobbe in messuages and lands etc. dispersed in vills and fields of East Raynham, Pattesley and Toftrees and appurtenances as in wards, marriages, reliefs, escheats and liberties of folds save lands and tenements that John Champeneys of East Raynham and Thomas Champeneys clerk sold, 1 Apr 1454 (1 parchment)
(83) Grant by Andrew Horscroft of South Raynham to William Warcop of East Raynham, John Bomour, clerk, Edward Barcop, chaplain, and Robert Bomour of same, of messuage built with croft of 2a. at Estmor in East Raynham near land of the manor of Tounesend with eight pieces of arable land containing 10a. 1r. in the fields of East Raynham and Toftrees including at Estyerdysend, near le Hundredmer, and near the common called Pellyslond, had with Thomas Horscroft, William Candeler, chaplain, and William Vyrle now deceased from John Warcop, John Boule, John Broun alias Cressyngham and John Breton of East Raynham, 10 Mar 1483 (1 parchment)
(84) Bargain and sale between Alice Warcop, widow and executrix of Robert Warcop of Great Massingham, and John Gelle of Toftrees, by which she sold for £6 6s. 8d. 8a. of land and a pightle called Colmans in the town and fields of East Raynham near Redyshyrne, Gowthams, Beregate, Southgate and Estmoor, 4 Nov 1515 (1 parchment)
(85) Mortgage by Thomas Mayde, yeoman, of East Raynham to Thomas Grome, shepherd of same, of 7r. in the field of East Raynham near croft called Northgate (sic) and Rayscrofte near Hookeshill, had from William Barsham, 28 Mar 1572 (1 parchment)
(86) Copy of court roll of the manor South Raynham Ingaldesthorp regranting to John Maddock and his wife Elizabeth formerly wife of Stephen Barnye 2a. 1r. in two pieces in East Raynham, 10 Apr 1572 (1 parchment)
(87) Bond obliging Thomas Mayden alias Mayde of Raynham St Mary to secure John Madocke against claims on a piece of land in East Raynham in furlong called Rays, 21 Jan 1580 (1 parchment)
(88) Quitclaim between same parties of right in ½ a. 1r. in Rayes croft, 22 Apr 1580 (1 parchment)
(89) Grant by Mayde to Maddocke of same property (on le comon drove), had from Thomas Byrchin alias Grome, husbandman of Helhoughton, 21 Jan 1580 (parchmant)
(90) Grant by Byrchin to Mayde of ½ a. 1r. in Raynham St Mary, 19 Jan 1580 (1 parchment)
(91) Fragment of Raynham Inglesthorp manor court roll, 1574-1575 (1 parchment)
(92) Grant (copy) by Henry Williamson, yeoman of East Raynham, and Thomas son of Ambrose Wortes, yeoman of same, in satisfaction of a legacy left to his daughter Margaret by Elizabeth Goslyn, towards her advancement in marriage or her maintenance, of the messuage built in East Raynham with barns, stables, feedings, woods and meadows where he (Henry) then lived, lately John Warcopp's, to Henry and Margaret then to Margaret and her heirs, 23 Mar 1612 (2 papers)
(93) Receipt acknowledged by Henry Clifton esq. of Toftrees from Edward Symond gent. of East Raynham of £60, the purchase price of 10 acres of land in the field of Raynham St Mary sold to Symond, Samuel Clark of East Raynham, clerk, and William Lamb, clerk of Morston, 3 Jan 1644 (paper)
(94) Bond for repayment of £20, Charles Spelman esq. of East Raynham and Timothy Felton gent. of Ovington, Essex, to Elizabeth Alee widow of East Lexham, 9 Apr 1664 (paper)
(95) Receipt acknowledged by William Edge from John Edge, bricklayer of South Raynham, of legacy of £60 from John's father Richard and of £20 payment for 2a. of land (undescribed), 2 Apr 1676 (paper)

Scoggans Manor; 1189-1925; East Raynham, Norfolk

East and West Rudham, Tatterford and Tattersett

(1) Grant by John son of Robert de West Rudham, and Roger his brother, to Robert son of Ralph of same vill of 3 perches of land in the fields of West Rudham near Suthill, with power to sell except to religious houses [TT.19], [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(2) Writ of Henry II commanding that Michael Belet should have without disturbance a Monday market at Rudham, formerly held on Wednesday. Date added in pencil [?13.2]. c 1175 (1 parchment)
(3) Confirmation by Geffrey de Say to the church of St Mary of Rudham and the canons serving God there of the grants in alms by William de Cayneto and John his nepos of the two churches of Rudham, the lay land that Brun' and William the priest held, the gardens of Fredo and Gowun and Ailmar, the mill of Cokesford, the fishpond and all of Caldwellewogd, the land btween Caldewelle and the water of Thatersethd, all Ketelmerewagd, all Moremereswagd, a faldsoke within [?]Puest' of 300, all the land of Sumerled, the priest and his service, Ralph son of Wimer and his land, Gowin the scriptor and his land, Ailwin and his land, Silvericus son of Wimer and his land, the mill of the fishpond of Torp and the fishpond, Gowin and Elvin his brother dwelling beside the mill, and half the grove of Besefen that is outside the park and land of Cokeswde. Geoffrey also grants for the souls of Aliz his wife and of his parents and ancestors the church of St Margaret of Thorp next Repps and 40 pence from his mill of the wood (de Bosco), he providing oil to sustain a lamp above her tomb and the canons to say an annual mass for her soul, that of his father William de Say and those of his parents and ancestors, for Geoffrey himself, and for all faithful departed [TT.17], [late 12th century] (1 parchment)
(4) Grant in free alms addressed to his men and friends, French and English, by William Velt' of Burnham to the church of St Mary of Rudham and the canons serving there of a messuage in Ulpegate that was Reginald Debbe's, for the health of his soul and for those of his father and mother and of all his ancestors 'et ut omnes mei sint participes omnium beneficiorum predicte ecclesie'. Pressmark .f. [TT.20]. [mid 12th century] (1 parchment)
(5) Grant by Eustace son of Henry de Fereres to Iueta his sister of 6a. 1p. in fields of Rudham at Greneho that John son of Wimer gave Henry the grantor's father with Cecilia his mother. Not to sell to religious houses. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(6) Quitclaim by Martin Horam of Rudham to Ralph Ostriz of right in 2s. 3d. yearly rent from land that Robert his father sold to Simon Ralph's father that paid 1d. to 40s. scutage, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(7) Quitclaim in her widowhood by Salerna who was wife of John le Berri to Henry son of Godfrey de Helgetone of right by reason of dower to land in the fields of Rudham to which John established title by royal writ before A. de Ratonia and his fellows at Norwich in 1250-1251 [TT.18], [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(8) Rental, West Rudham, Oxwick, Syderstone and Pagrave. On dorse John, prior of Coxford [TT.2]. [early-mid 15th century] (1 parchment)
(9) Grant by Edmund [-] of West Rudham to Henry son of John de Helge[ton] of 5d. annual rent owed by John, Henry's father, for a piece of land in East Rudham near the highway from Coxford Priory [TT.4], 6 July 1299 (1 parchment)
(10) Agreement between Wiliam de Hemptone, prior, and the convent of Coxford, and William Knout of East Rudham that he should common in their bruery called Broclinges in East Rudham and in 20a. arable near the bruery at Herteshowe with 300 sheep or cullets ('siue culant.') and to tathe all his land in the said 20a. with his fold as he pleased, paying one pound of cumin yearly. They agree not to empark within the bruery or dig or harvest the heath ('bruer' colligant'), Coxford [TT.5]. 29 Jan 1338 (1 parchment)
(11) Grant by John Faber of Waterden to Nicholas Maup[as] and Peter chaplain, John's son, of a piece of land in the field of Rudham near Flaxlond. [-]9 Edward III, 14th century (1 faded parchment)
(12) Acknowledgment of receipt by the prior and convent of Castleacre of 13s. 4d. from Coxford Priory for tithes in West Rudham, 20 Oct 1348 (1 damaged parchment)
(13) Grant by William Myllere of East Rudham and William Parker, chaplain, to John Bacheler of West Rudham, Thomas Donge of Wisbech, Robert Wolleres of Whittlesea and Geoffrey Schepherd of Bilney near Winch, of a messuage near the churchyard in East Rudham called Trenthemeres had from John Woodhous esq., John Warner, burgess of Lynn, and others (named), 12 Feb 1429 (1 parchment)
(14) Grant by [-] Susant alias Patrik, William Wales, burgess of Lynn, and Robert Household to Robert Myott, lately of Lynn, Roger Townesende, John Norton of South Creake and Henry Russell of same property, had from William Fuller of Little Walsingham and Richard and John Norton of South Creake, 7 Jan 1474 (1 damaged parchment)
(15) Manor of Houghton, estreat, 23 Oct 1539 (paper)
(16) Manor of Tittleshall Coxford, estreat [TT.29], 27 Oct 1539 ( paper)
(17) Manor of East Rudham, extent taken at first court of Thomas, duke of Norfolk [TT.30], 8 Sep 1558 (2 papers)
(18) Manor of East Rudham, estreat [TT.27], 7 Apr 1563 (paper)
(19) Assignment by Edward Hunte of East Rudham to John Smyth of a 60 year lease dated 26 June 1534 from the prior and convent of Coxford to Thomas Flowerdew esq. of East Rudham of a house called the Dragon in East Rudham, as security for the delivery of 155 comb of barley to Smyth's use at Burnham Staithe, 3 Feb 1588 (stained paper)
(20) Extent of the sheep pasture and lands of Thomas Russell gent. in West Rudham to be assured to Sir Michael Stanhope and others 'sett downe by Mr Edward Symons and Mr Waterman' (Thomas Waterman the land surveyor) [TT.31], June 1609 (paper)
(21) Grant in free alms by Reginald de Estrudham, chaplain, for good of his soul and those of his ancestors and successors, to the church of Blessed Mary of Coxford and the canons serving God there of all his lands in the vills and fields of Tatterford and Tattersett of the gift of Hugh Hare and Matilda his daughter. He also grants them the rent that Nicholas de Schireford and others used to pay him for the tenement of Hugh and Matilda's fee, the land he held of John son of the parson of Tatterford in the fields of Tatterford, the tenement he held of Alan Hare in said fields, the tenement he held of Brune widow of Robert le Fuheler in Tatterford, and the tenement he held of Roger the clerk of Tatterford. Pressmark C. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(22) Grant by Roger son of John Pituin of Great Raynham to Richard son of Alan Godknape for 14s. of a piece of land in Raynham lying near the common pastures of Thornes and Suthmor. Not to sell to men of religion. Seal tag cut from 13th-century text. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(23) Grant by Robert son of Reginald Pullieys of Tatterford to Henry son of Godfrey de Helegetuna of 3a. land in the fields of Tatterford, viz Goreland near the way at Suthmilne, his liberty in his marsh of Estmor from the mill of Tatterford to the water that was Henry de Hauuill's, that is, fishing with a boat, collecting hay (herba) with a boat, digging turves in said marsh, feeding beasts between the mill and the old water, to have part in the meadow, leave to open the gates of the pool (extrahendi clusas) for two days every year and keep them out of the water, and have his lambs wander and wash in the grantor's water of Tatterford; also the homage and service of Thomas de Bello fago and Andrew his brother for the tenement they held of him in Tatterford, rendering a rose at the feast of the nativity of St John Baptist. Robert also quitclaims his right in lands that Roger Unspak formerly held of his mother and father in Tatterford. Witnesses include Hugh de Pinkeny knight. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(24) Grant by William son of Roger the baker of Sengham to Robert de Fulmodestun and his heirs by Juliana his wife and Margaret de Winedham and her heirs of a messuage with all that was built or planted in Sengham by Tattersett near the common pasture, for which they gave 40s. and were to render two hens at Christmas, to have pasture and to perform two autumn works in return for a free meal [?F.22], [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(25) Grant by Robert de Cachenese, clerk, to Henry son of Godfrey de Helingtone of a piece of land in the fields of Tatterford. Not to sell to religious houses [F3.10]. [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(26) Grant by Henry de Helehton to Nicholas de Kyrketon of a piece of land in Tattersett lying in the messuage that was John Pycoth's by reason of the dower of his wife lately deceased, [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(27) Undertaking by John Tylney of Tattersett to pay 6d yearly rent for a messuage in Briggerowe in Tattersett granted to him by Alan Madour, John Beckham and others, 11 Jan 1475 (1 parchment)
(28) Grant by John Dynne of Heydon to John Beckham of Tattersett of 1a. in two pieces in the field of Tattersett, one of them at Hewkeshill, in exchange for one acre in Overfulwong, 4 Apr 1496 (1 parchment)
(29) Acknowledgment by John Beckham, husbandman of Tattersett, of receipt from Isabel widow and executrix of William Somer of 33s. 4d. in part payment of bond debt of her husband, ?Jacob Wright of Barsham and Thomas Blaunche of Kettlestone, 25 June 1505 (1 parchment)

Coxford Manor; 1189-1925; Tittleshall, Norfolk

East Raynham, South Raynham, Helhoughton and Toftrees

(1-30) East Raynham and elsewhere
(1) Grant by Ralph son of Mathew de Renham to John son of ?William Roberd and Cecily his wife for homage, service and ?2s. of messuage with croft at Galowgat' near free land of church of Blessed Mary of Raynham called Becwong' and rents from Richard de Toftes, clerk, and from lands at Ris and Bradegat'. Not to sell to religious houses, rendering 12d. yearly and 1d. to 20s scutage [E4.1]. [c mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(2) Quitclaim by Nicholas Lomb to John le Rous of right in messuages, lands and tenements and homages, rents and services of freemen and neaves in Great and Little Raynham, Helhoughton, Toftrees, Pudding Norton, Oxwick, Pattisley and Weasenham that Thomas Lomb, chaplain, Nicholas's brother, William son of William de Patesle and William Chaumberleyn jointly acquired of John le Rous [E4.2], 24 Feb 1341 (1 parchment)
(3) Quitclaim by William Chaumberleyn to Thomas Lomb, chaplain, of right in capital messuage and messuages etc. as in last. Sir William de Hakeford, parson of Great Raynham, a witness, 25 Apr 1338 (1 parchment)
(4) Quitclaim by William son of William de Patesle to Sir Thomas Lomb chaplain and Chaumbirleyn of right in same property. [E4.4], 23 Oct 1334 (1 parchment)
(5) Grant by William le Chamberleyn to Roger son of John Golde and Gode son of same for homage and 20s. of a piece of land at Sutmor [E4.5], [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(6) Grant by William Champeneys to William Bullok of a piece of land in the field of Great Raynham at Stonhildele [E4.6], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(7) Grant by John son of Mathew de Renham to Hamon son of Ralph de Patisle for 10 marks of a piece of land in the field of Raynham called Wderide near common pasture called Thornis, with power to regrant except to religious house. Sir Hamon Burht a witness. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(8) Grant by Thomas de Ingaldestorp knight to Margaret widow of William son of Henry de Reynham of wardship and marriage of John son of said William with rights, claims, houses, rents and escheats in the vill and fields of Great Raynham, term from feast of St Andrew apostle 19 Edward (? 30 Nov. 1290) until John's full age, [? c 1290] (1 parchment)
(9) Grant by Roger de Scal' with assent of Matilda his wife and his heirs to John son of Alan de Helgetun of lands in the fields of Raynham, at the head of the vill, at Bradetorn, Wadcrundel, Langcrundel, Wringelond, Elernedele, Crasedge, Lingate, Medhelegate and Turolfnegate, for 6 marks and 4d to Matilda, [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(10) ?Grant by Richard Attehil of Ryburgh to [-] de la Graue of Little Raynham of [lands] in fields of Raynham at Pykezoryn [E4.10], [late 13th century] (1 damaged parchment)
(11) Grant by John Seman of Great Raynham to John son of Bartholomew of same for 2s. of silver of a piece of land in his messuage near way from Litelgategren' to Giloys [E4.?11], [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(12) Grant by William son of Robert de Reinham to Geoffrey de Reinham for one mark of a piece of land in the fields of Great Raynham. [E4.13], [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(13) Grant by John son of Thomas son of Walter de Parva Reynham to Godfrey son of Richard Dube of same for 1 mark of a piece of land in same vill near highway to Sutmedwes, not to convey to religious houses. [E4.14], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(14) Agreement between Thomas de Hauvile knight and William Champenes junior whereby Thomas granted to William 3½ r. in Great Raynham at Suattegate and William to Thomas 7r. in same vill at Litel [-]. With seal tag cut from will. [mid 13th century] (1 faded parchment)
(15) Grant by Godfrey son of Gilbert le Povere of Great Raynham to Robert son of Robert de Scales of Christiana widow of John Plais with her sequel, her tenement, service and customs, that is to say eight days yearly and eight in autumn at the lord's meal (cibum) and two hens at Christmas without a meal. Contemporary endorsement names Godfrey as le Den [E4. ?]. [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(16) Grant by Hendricus de Hauvil' to Osbert son of Roger de Hosmundest' and to whom he wishes except the church and the religious of all his meadow and pasture in Raynham between the mill 'de frendles' and South Raynham church, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(17) Grant in her widowhood by Katherine daughter of Robert le [?Cham]bleyn to William son of Bartholomew of four pieces of land in the field of Blessed Mary of Raynham at [?Maniwell], Langhelond and Bradegate, homage and service of Alan Goldknape and 1d. rent, from Simon son of Richard Feggard 2d. rent and an autumn work, half a rent from Thomas Carpenter, and from the heirs of Hele wife of Benedict an autumn work. She also grants a piece of land at Schortehardelond at a rent of 2d. yearly. [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(18) Chirograph whereby Robert de Scal' agreed to grant to Sir Walter de Rudham, clerk, all his manor of South Raynham ('Sureinham') in houses, lands, gardens, services of freemen, villeinages, obligations, wards, reliefs, escheats, mills, meadows, turbaries, feedings and pastures for term of six years, paying £20 yearly and after expiration of term £16 during Walter's life. New Temple, London [E4.14], 22 Feb 1259 (1 parchment)
(19) Grant by John son of Matilda de Marisco and Reginald his brother to Peter Briton of Wilton for homage and service and 8 marks of all their land in the fields of Great Raynham and their messuage there with croft and piece of land at head of Bekeshil, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(20) Grant by William son of John Champeneis to Godfrey Champenes his uncle for 2s. of a piece of land in Great Raynham at Suht Wadegate, not to sell to a religious house, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(21) Grant by Robert de Aula to Roger Golde of a piece of land in the field of Great Raynham at Padocmere near Sutattegate, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(22) Grant by William son of Ralph de Reynham to Richard le Rus of 1a. 3r. in the fields of Great Raynham at Blakemolde, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(23) Grant by Hamon Page of Pattesley to William son of Robert ad portam ecclesie de Folesham of a piece of land in the fields of Raynham near the common pasture, paying to the lords of the fee one penny at Michaelmas and to the grantor one clove of gillyflower [E4.27], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(24) Grant by Thomas son of Ralph de Hauill of Dunton to William son of Richard le Schamberleyn of Raynham of a piece of meadow 'que ducit apud Erforde', rendering a root of ginger yearly at Christmas [E4.20], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(25) Grant by Peter le [?W]rethimer of Raynham to Henry son of Geoffrey de Reynham of 10a. land in the fields of Blessed Mary of Raynham at Ingheldwong, at Galowe near the common pasture, at [?K]olkirkegate, at Thorns near le Ridewong, at Flitlond, at Maniwelles, at Hentwod, at Hertwellehern, and in fields between Eastmor and Pattesley [UU.4], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(26) Grant by Geoffrey Springale to William son of Godfrey Campeneys and Christiana his wife for 20s of a piece of land in the field of Great Raynham at Langfeldale near Suthategate, paying one penny yearly to the chief lords of the fee and to the king's scutage when it occurs, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(27) Grant by Godfrey de Liswis to [Herbert] son of Roger for 6 marks of 13a. 1r. in West Raynham ('Renham Westerne') near Inegate, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(28) Grant by William son of John Chaumpeneys to William son of Godfrey Chaumpeneys and John his son of a piece of land in the fields of Great Raynham at Digilishil near way called Suthattegate, 12 Sep 1361 (1 parchment)
(29) Grant by Thomas Champeneys, clerk, one of the sons of John Champeneys of East Raynham, to Thomas Schuldham esq., John Fyncham, William Gurnay esq., John Tounesend, Roger his son, John Eyer, clerk, John Gyggys of Wighton, John Gyggys of Burnham, Ed. Fincham of Rougham, John Yates and William Cobbe, of all his messuages, lands, tenements etc. in East Raynham, Pattesly and Toftrees, as dispersed in vills and fields with wards, marriages, reliefs, escheats, liberties and folds, save lands and tenements that John Champeneys of East Raynham, John Champeneys, clerk, the grantor on their behalf, Thomas Champeneys, and William and John his brothers, sold to John son of Wiliam Champeneys of Oxwick. William Yelverton justice a witness, 1 Apr 1454 (1 parchment)
(31-47) South Raynham and elsewhere
(31) Grant by John son of John de ?Hecham to Peter Briton of two pieces of land in the field of Little Raynham at Langcrundel near Langcrundelgate and near Lingate, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(32) Grant by Richard ad Ecclesiam to Thomas son of Richard de la Grene for of a piece of land in Little Raynham being the moiety of his croft near Thomas's croft, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(33) Grant by Richard son of John de parva Renham to Thomas son of Richard de la Grene of a piece of land in the fields of Raynham at Micfurlong, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(34) Grant by Richard de Windehil of Toftrees to Thomas son of Thomas de Hauvill, lord of Dunton, of the homage and service of William le pouere of Raynham, chaplain, of 3¼d. yearly rent with wards, reliefs, exactions and services and 3a. in the field of Great Raynham at Flatelond, 17 Feb 1302 (1 parchment)
(35) Grant by William Dune of Little Raynham to Hugh Spik of Helhoughton and Margaret his wife, the grantor's sister, of a piece of land, a headland, in the fields of Little Raynham at Malkinescortelond, to revert to grantor on lack of heirs, paying ½d. yearly to lords of the fee [UU.17], 1 Aug 1305 (1 parchment)
(36) Quitclaim by Katerina formerly wife of Henry Wlcy to Richard son of Richard le Rous of Raynham of a messuage and 6½a. in Raynham St Mary, 24 Apr 1317 (1 parchment)
(37) Quitclaim by William Dune of Little Raynham to Roger de Stolham of Helhoughton of right in 1a. in fields of Little Raynham near way from Raynham to Rudham, ?1 Aug 1326 (1 parchment)
(38) Grant by William son of Robert de Reynham to Hugh le Louerd of Helhoughton of 3½r. in the fields of Little Raynham at Lancrundelgate [UU.20], 11 Mar 1316 (1 parchment)
(39) Appointment by William de Inggaldistorp knight of Robert Scoggan of Raynham to deliver seisin to Roger de Estone, parson of the church of East Raynham, and William de Rudham, parson of the church of Ingoldisthorp, in a mill with pool, fishery etc. in Little Raynham [UU.21], 15 June 1357 (1 parchment)
(40) Grant by Roger le Breton and William Geruer of Raynham St Mary to Katherine, Margaret, Margerie and Atheler for their lives of two messuages at Suthgate and 7½a. 1r. dispersed in the fields of Little Raynham at Fiue Rodesty, Botme, le Lingate, Midfurlong, Lingwong. Raynham St Margaret, 3 Mar 1334 (1 parchment)
(41) Receipt acknowledged by Richard Savundyr of Raynham St Margaret from John Churche of Raynham St Mary of 3 marks in part payment of a greater sum, 8 Jan 1457 (paper)
(42) Grant by Geoffrey George of Little Raynham to John Bettys of Helhoughton of 3r. in the fields of Little Raynham at Malkynshortlond, 29 June 1426 (1 parchment)
(43) Quitclaim by John atte Tounesend of South Raynham to Robert Fayrwal of Little Raynham, and Peter and Roger Berysfoot of South Raynham, of right in 3a. meadow and 1½ a. land at West Raynham in Westmedewe, near the stream running from Weasenham towards Raynham, in Westcroft and by Trypokeshedlond, Blakelond and Puddyng, 9 Feb 1432 (1 parchment)
(44) Draft grant by William Tendale knight to Roger Tounshend knight and Alianore his wife, Edmund Knevet, Edmund Hirdberd, clerk, and William Wayte of the manor of Raynham St Martin otherwise called Scalesmanor and watermill called Scalesmylle with appurtenances (listed) in Raynham St Martin and East and West Raynham and elsewhere lately Thomas, Lord Scales', save talia (?tallages) and tenements and services that Scales manor had from the manor of Pudding Norton. Henry and John Fermor and John Buckton to deliver seisin, nd (?paper)
(45) Agreement by Henry Marshe, vicar of Sporle and executor of the will of Richard Hervy, to sell to John Hervy of Little Walsingham, Richard's son, a messuage and 20a. 1r. land and meadow in South Raynham and Wellingham of which John was seised to his own use, subject to Richard's widow Margaret's life interest, 10 Apr 1531 (?paper)
(46) Tax or rate list covering East, West and South Raynham, Helhoughton, Horningtoft, Flitcham, Weasenham, Stanhoe, Barmer and South Creake [UU.32], [late 17th century] (paper)
(47) Manor of Scales in South Raynham, court roll, 17 Oct 1550-3 Apr 1551 (1 parchment)
(48-57) Helhoughton and elsewhere
(48) Grant by Robert de Snaylewelle to Emma his daughter of 8a. in the vill and fields of Helhoughton of which 1a. lay in his croft 'apud le vest' near way to Rudham and Millegate and 3a. at Heyliscros and near Wdegate, paying 6d yearly, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(49) Grant by Thomas son of Alan de Helletun' to John son of Wimer for 20 marks of silver of all his land and tenements in Brunestorp and in the fields of Helhoughton of the fee of William de Pinkeni and Roger Buhun with lands, feedings, ways, paths, turbaries, waters and brueries in wood and plain, paying 4s yearly as charters of said William and Roger testify. Godfrey Lisewis a witness. 12th century (1 parchment)
(50) Grant by John de Helgeton to Henry le Fevere of a piece of land in the vill of Helhoughton at Suthgate near highway to Little Raynham paying 4d. yearly and a capon and a hen at Christmas, 1d. to 20s. scutage when it occurs and two suits yearly at his court in Helhoughton [D4. 97], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(51) Grant by Ralph Berri to John de Fraxino of a piece of meadow in Helhoughton at Blakedikes near way that lies near Burgdic'; and quitclaim of right 'apud Ereforde silicet (sic) in flakedole in tubario et in pascendo erbargium', rendering yearly a clove of gillyflower, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(52) Grant by Brother Belousarius, prior of the convent of St Faith of Horsham, to Godfrey son of John de Helegthun for 10s., with power to sell except to religious houses and Jews, of ½a. in the fields of Helhoughton at Foracres. [D4.1], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(53) Quitclaim by Alice de Sancto Albano, sister of John Mundarye, to the prior and convent of St Faith of Horsham of right that her brother held in the vills of Helhoughton and Rudham for which they gave her 2 marks of silver [D4.2], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(54) Grant by Roger son of William Wace to Geoffrey son of Ralph de Toft Rys and Cecilia his wife of 1½r. in field of Toftrees near Kolkyrkegat, ?1329-1330 (1 faded parchment)
(55) Grant in her widowhood by Matilda who was wife of John son of William de Shotesham of Norwich to Thomas Yimme and Roger de Perham, merchants, citizens of Norwich, of a messuage and 37a. arable land and 2 pieces of meadow in diverse pieces in the vills of Toftrees and Shereford with feedings, pastures, waters, fisheries, fishponds, pools, ditches, commons, herbages, foldages etc. (1 Edward son of Edward), ?2 Feb 1308 (1 parchment)
(56) Appointment by same Matilda of Richard atte Hawe junior of Melton to deliver seisin, ?2 Feb 1308 (1 parchment)
(57) Grant by Nicholas son of Ralph de [-] to William son of Stephen de Toftes of a croft with [-] of a fold and liberty to common in ways, paths, pastures, marshes and elsewhere where commoning was allowed in Toftrees near the way to Ereford, [late 13th century] (1 damaged parchment)

Scales Manor; 1189-1925; South Raynham, Norfolk

Various Parishes

This volume contains deeds which do not relate to the Townshend estates.

(1-4) Helhoughton
(1) Grant by Gilbert son of Richard de Cholkirke to Haustorg' prior of Horsham and the monks there, of 6a. of land in the fields of Helhoughton held of Radulf son of William de Helghetune, [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(2) Quitclaim in her widowhood by Alice who was wife of Walter de Bernardeston to John son of Henry de Helweton of right in half acre meadow at Suthmedwe in Helhoughton, Thurlow (Suff.), 15 Sep 1331 (1 parchment)
(3) Grant by Henry Atemor, chaplain, to John his brother and Isabel his wife, of the part of his messuage in Helhoughton that he had from his father Richard as it lay between the chamber and the solar and the solar ditch and the highway, 1336-1337 (1 damaged parchment)
(4) Mortgage by which John son of Henry de Helgheton granted to John son of Beatrice Lusshebon a piece of land lying in the fields of Helhoughton at Casdyk for 7 marks, 2 Nov 1345 (1 parchment)
(5-11) King's Lynn, North Lynn, Gaywood and Clenchwarton
(5) Grant in pure alms by Walter son of Richard Blakman of Lynn to the church of St Margaret of Lynn and the monks there for transgression of tithes and the health of his soul and his forebears' souls of 6d. annual rent from the land that Ralph Collemen held of said Richard [29 and N3.1], [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(6) Grant by Adam de Gernemuta to the church of Holy Trinity of Norwich and the monks there of a capital messuage in Lynn and a saltern that was of the fee of Nicholas son of William, all his lands in Gaywood both in the marsh and the fields with homages, rents and services in Gaywood and Mintlyn and a foldsoke in Gaywood with liberty of bull and boar, and the messuage, lands and rents held in dower by Ailchot daughter of Laurence de Lincolne; the rents that Geoffrey his brother the anchorite of Crabhus held ecepted, [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(7) Acknowledgment by Beatrice formerly wife of Richard de Geyton that she owed the altar of St Margaret's church 2s yearly rent that Stephen de Beluaco formerly agreed to pay from a land in length from the Pusflet to Morland and in breadth from land that was Clement the tawer's (alutarii) to the common way, [mid/late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(8) Grant by Walter son of Simon Bette of South Clenchwarton and Catherine his wife, daughter of Angerum de Bedeford ,to the brothers of penitence of Jesus Christ dwelling in Lynn of land with buildings in le Northyrne lying between the friars' dwelling place and land that was Aleander Belloch's and in length from the highway to land that was Godfrey ?Senditch's, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(9) Quitclaim in her widowhood by Leviva who was wife of John the miller of Lynn to Sir Henry de Lakenham, prior, and the convent of the church of Holy Trinity of Norwich and Brother John de Broket, keeper of the church of St Margaret of Lynn, of right by reason of dower in a messuage near the capital messuage of Sir John de Beluaco and the highway. Pressmark B lviij. [late 13th century (1 parchment)
(10) Grant by Master Constantine of Lynn to Master Walter de Wigehal', his father, of land before the house that was Swift's near the church of St Margaret as he and Laurence the chaplain of Lynn held it. Master William de Tirington a witness [N3.13] Pressmark B.liij. [mid 13th century (1 parchment)
(11) Grant in perpetual servitude, for his soul's health and that of all the faithful deceased, by Walter son of Wlmer of the parish of St Edmund of North Lynn to the church of St Margaret of Lynn and the monks there of the lands called Redholm and (?)Finecroft, the land with a grove called Scaldehil in the parish of St Edmund of North Lynn, and 2a. called Burg in the fields of Clenchwarton. Pressmark Gvi [N3.12]. mid-late 13th century (1 parchment)
(12) Middleton, in the North Riding of Yorkshire
(12) Grant by Thomas son of William son of Serlo de Mydelton to John son of William son of Nigel of three selions in the field of Middleton, one two perches long at Dychebrec lying between the way of Bratkyn ne and the boundary of Bund', one at Grymdale near the way of Baynton and one at Lefayrhylle. Abuttals include the way of Kyblyncotes ne and the boundary of Northallerton. [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(13) Whissonsett
(13) Grant by Robert son of Godfrey Bulloc to John son of William de Pattesle of a piece of land in the field of Whissonsett near that of Sir Peter Boon, 12 Feb 1333 (1 parchment)
(14-17) Stanhoe
(14) Grant by John son of Reginald de Middilton to Hugh son of Simon Cok of Stanhoe of 7r. that he gave in echange for 1½a. in the field of Stanhoe at Nigenhowes near Wodegate. Sir Hervey de Stanhowe and Sir Roger son of Hugh among witnesses [O.19]. [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(15) Grant by Agnes Hardi to John Wroughor junior of 3½r. in the fields of Stanhoe at (?)Hanescrofteshende [O58], 15 June 1358 (1 parchment)
(16) Grant by Adam son of John Marhc to Richard Aylene of 7a. ½ r. in seven pieces including a messuage with buildings and land at Longelond and Ballecrundel, [late 13th century] (1 damaged parchment)
(17) Copy of court roll of the manor of Stanhoe Easthall admitting William Radclyff, doctor of laws, and Henry Sergeaunt to a messuage with curtilage of 3½r. of Howmans tenement in diverse pieces in the field of Stanhoe abutting Ferteresgrene, on surrender of John Jekelyn, 1st Dec 1501 (1 parchment)
(18-25) Syderstone and Barmer
(18) Grant by John Pentyng to Edmund Athelwald and Edmund his son of a piece of 6a. in the field of Syderstone [X(d)2], 6 Dec 1338 (1 parchment)
(19) Grant by William Athelwald to Ed. Athelwald and Ed. his son of 6a. in Syderstone, 30 Aug 1338 (1 parchment)
(20) Grant by William son of Ralph de Shudgate to Henry son of Lambert of two pieces of land at Crokemer in the fields of Syderstone [Y(d)5], [early 13th century] (1 parchment)
(21) Grant by Walter the chaplain of Syderstone to Adam de Toftes and Katherine his wife of 1½a. in the field of Syderstone near path called Ouergatisty [Y(d)7], [late 13th century] (stained parchment)
(22) Grant by Matilda relict of Nicholas le Meyr to her daughter Helewys of 1a. at le Millewong in the fields of Syderstone near the way to Barmer [Y(d) 9], 10 Apr 1337 (1 parchment)
(23) Quitclaim by Walter son of Richard Hunte to Thomas Reyner, chaplain, John Drake of Bicham Tofts and Robert Caunceler of Kilverstone, of all his lands and the liberty of a fold in the fields of Syderstone and Barmer that John, Thomas and Richard had from Richard the father and Agnes his wife [Y(d) 10], 22 June 1377 (1 parchment)
(24) Demise by Olive widow of John Buntyng to Edmund Rightwys, Geoffrey Buntyng, and Thomas Manne, of a messuage and 14a. in diverse pieces in Syderstone that she and John bought from William Byschop of Wells, Thomas Semon and Richard Hyltun since deceased from Thomas Burgh, burgess of Lynn, on 16 Oct 1462. John Downe chaplain to deliver seisin [Y(d) 15]. 17 Apr 1484 (1 parchment)
(25) Etent of land occupied from Roger Touneshend in Syderstone by John Eton. Added, note of money 'at diuers tymes that the Lady Robsert hath had of me' [Y(d) 19], [c late 15th century] (1 paper)
(26-27) Quarles
(26) Quitclaim by Walter de Burgate of Quarles to Edmund Athelwald of South Creake of right in 2d. yearly rent from land called Popeslond and 7½d. rent from land called Edomgrave, 3 Feb 1336 (1 parchment)
(27) Quitclaim by Ranulph de Burgate of Quarles to Ed. Athelwald of right in 22d yearly rent that he was used to take of said Ed. in the vill and field of Quarles [YY.8], 10 Mar 1332 (1 parchment)
(28-33) Oulton and elsewhere
(28) Grant by Nicholas Kenyng of Blickling and Matilda his wife to John Broun of Oulton and Matilda his wife of one rood lying between closes and abutting the highway from Itteringham to Cawston Market [J.1], 15 May 1357 (1 parchment)
(29) Grant by William Broun of Oulton to Roger his son of messuage formerly John de Brinton's with wards, reliefs, marriages etc. with pasturage of beasts in the bruery adjoining the said messuage and seven pieces of arable land and nine of meadow in Oulton, Irmingland and Itteringham, 20 May 1399 (1 parchment)
(30) Grant by John Lystere of Itteringham to William Broun of Oulton of 1a. 3r. land in Oulton abutting Bishopcroft and 1a. abutting the bruery and Chawmorleynspytel [J.4], 25 Mar 1397 (1 parchment)
(31) Copy grant by Adam Colby, clerk of Wood Dalling, and Adam son of Richard of same to Simon son of John Pleasaunt of Thirning of messuage in Thirning and Wood Dalling formerly John Pleasaunt's, with reminder to Elizabeth wife of Thomas Bodham [J.5], 20 Apr 1348 (1 paper)
(32) Quitclaim by Agnes daughter of Aleander Ferying of Oulton to Beatrice, Katherine and Matilda, her sisters, of right in two acres of land in the field called Gosefeld in Oulton, 2 Mar 1330 (1 parchment)
(33) Grant by John Attbrigge of Salle to William Bele of same of half an enclosed pightle at Caleys in Salle near the common waterecourse from Cawston, the other half being in the hands of John Meleman [J.7], 4 June 1382 (1 parchment)
(34) Feltwell
(34) Bond obliging John and Edmund sons of John Secker, husbandman of Hockwold, to keep covenants in conveyance to Thomas Hall, husbandman of Feltwell, of one acre lately of Joan Holliers deceased, 15 June 1625 (1 parchment)
(35) Unlocated: not Norfolk
(35) Grant by John Dun, chaplain, to John son of Thomas son of Roger of 'Tistok' and Euline his wife daughter of Richard Dekin to Owin ap Od [T.16], 5 Oct 1395 (indented parchment)
(36-38) Thirning, Salle, Heydon and Oulton
(36) Demise by John Eston, clerk, John Otewy of Edgefield and John Corvyser, lately of Baconsthorpe, to Richard Talfas, Geoffrey Fuller of Hindolveston, John Ive of Guestwick and Edmund Oly senior of Guestwick, of 3a. of enclosed meadow with a piece of pasture adjoining in Thirning near the common stream (ripa), Conyvwe's bruery and the way from Holwode to Briston, had from John Astlee esq., Thomas Brygge gent., Richard Newton and Thomas Newton of Thirning. William Rust of Thirning to deliver seisin, 26 May 1461 (1 parchment)
(37) Quitclaim by Gregory Clerke, citien of Norwich, and Agnes his wife, daughter of Alan Roos lately of Salle deceased, to Richard Aldrych senior, notary public of Heydon, Joan his wife, Stephen Multon, clerk, Thomas Cosyn, William Jekkes, chaplain, and William Fuller of Great Walsingham, heirs and assigns of said Alan, of closes called Styntonpyghtels and other closes containing 12a. that were Geoffrey Boleyn's near [-]bysbrigge in Salle and Heydon; all the said Alan's lands in fields called Tweyte and Tweytroo in Salle; 6a. 3r. arable in the fields of Salle; 1r. on way from Stylehowsgat to Steynwade; 3a. called Longlond; 1a. 3r. called Makeswong; 1a. 3r. in two pieces near Nekkesclos opposite le Moote; close of 4a. called Brunker with ditch in field called Steynwade in Salle; and 3r. enclosed there, 15 Dec 1465 (1 parchment)
(38) Grant by Claricia Spynk of Oulton to Thomas Spynk and Matilda his wife of half an acre at Spynkestoft in Oulton, 24 May 1383 (1 parchment)
Unlocated
(39) Quitclaim of actions by Lady Joan Hyngulthrop and Geoffrey Downes to Thomas Baskervyle. Signed Clyfford. 27 Aug 1470 (1 parchment)
(40-41) Tittleshall
(40) Grant by William Wrth of Scarning, son of John Wrth of Wendling, brother of William Wrth late of Tittleshall, to Margaret wife of William Hewes, John Mannyng and Thomas Gros of Tittleshall, of 7a. of arable land in Tittleshall near Wellyngham gate, Ingemerebotme, Shortlond and Heygate, had with John Skerndell and John Mareot from John Bernard of East Raynham, John Wadmode and John Dewe of Tittleshall, 20 Sep 1479 (1 parchment)
(41) Acknowledgment by Thomas Morse of Tittleshall, son of Richard Morse gent. deceased, of obligation to pay his father's eecutor Richard Bolter gent., of South Creake, £40 yearly until a mortgage was cleared [G3.8], 20 Apr 1613 (1 paper)
(42-47) Gaywood
(42) Grant by William son of Thomas the clerk of Gaywood (Geywdia) to Alice de Gernem' of a land (terra) in the marsh of Gaywood called Lambechotehil [E.9], [late 12th century] (1 parchment)
(43) Grant by Alice de Freeston to Thomas Leef and Asceline his wife of a messuage 34 ft broad and 84 ft long [Y(c)4], 30 June 1342 (1 parchment)
(44) Grant by Saleyn' relict of William Faber to her daughter Mabillia of a messuage with buildings [Y(c)5], 1 Nov 1329 (1 parchment)
(45) Grant in her widowhood by Margaret lately wife of Roger Galyon deceased, burgess of Lynn, to Seman Masham, dwelling in Gaywood and the heirs of his body, of all her lands in the field of Gaywood, with remainder to William Masham, chaplain, 13 Aug 1421 (1 parchment)
(46) Quitclaim by Margaret Seman, lately wife of Seman Masham (sic), to John Masham of Gaywood, Henry Bataly, clerk, and John Neel, clerk, of a messuage with croft and 18 acres of land and pasture abutting the common green and 18a. land and pasture in diverse places in the field of Gaywood, 13 Nov 1457 (1 parchment)
(47) Demise by John Masham alias Seman to Robert Kyrkeby of 8 acres land and pasture in the fields of Gaywood in diverse pieces, including one near le gravyll pyttes, one near Myllond and one called Wragg's acre in the field of the prior of Lynn [Y(c)8], 28 Aug 1467 (1 parchment)
(48) Egmere
(48) Grant by William son of John Athelwald senior to Gode de Thornham of a messuage and 50 acres and 10 acres of the land formerly of John le Bret in Egmere that Gode held of William by service of one eighth part of a knight's fee and service of 5¼d. in ward of Norwich castle yearly at the end of 30 weeks and the service of finding a man with a horse, bag and ?flawn (fulce) for 40 days to do service for his barony in war at his own cost if the bishop demand it of the said William, ecepting the rent to be paid by Gode to Richard de la Rokele for the said tenement and the suit made by him to the hundred of North Greenhoe and the City of Norwich [Z(f)], ? c 26 Feb 1318 (1 parchment)
(49) Swaffham
(49) Grant by Nicholas dominus de Hulmo (lord of Holme [?Hale]) to John Robertes, Matilda his wife and John his son, of 1½a. of arable land in the field of Swaffham [Z(h)], 27 June 1339 (1 parchment)
(50-52) East and North Barsham and Waterden
(50) Grant by William son of Gilbert de ?Thelp of East Barsham to Ralph son of Henry of East Barsham of 1a. near Westegate in the fields there had from Richard his brother [Z(h)], [mid-late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(51) Grant by William son of Robert de Waterden, chaplain, to his brother Geoffrey of twelve pieces of land that were his father's in Waterden and North Barsham at Hundewong, Northwellegat', Neyrwro, Howishil, Huntiscroft, Asgerishowe, Gongate, Elwinescrundel and Brodland. Residue of holdings in Waterden quitclaimed to William [Z(m)1], [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(52) Grant by Thomas Sefoull esq. to James Heyward of North Barsham, John Jeclowe of Egmere, Thomas Colard of Little Walsingham and John Heyward junior, of messuage and 20a. in the field of North Barsham in the Westgate and near messuage called Bynhams, to use of said James [Z(m)2], 31 Jan 1497 (1 parchment)
(53-71) Various Norfolk parishes
(53) Grant by John Warde 'de Suthwelle de Colkyrk' to William Crufte of Whissonsett and William son of Robert de [?]Sutton of two pieces of arable land in the field of Colkirk, one near the common and the other near the way to Owick, 17 Apr 1335 (1 parchment)
(54) Grant by William Kelle and Emma his wife to Ralph Caupas of a piece of land at Hoye in the field of [Pudding] Norton, ? 12 Aug 1294 (1 parchment)
(55) Grant by Simon Baret of Heacham to Simon rector of a moiety of the church of Little Ringstead of 1a. of land in le Dounes in Little Ringstead. Heacham, 11 Nov 1358 (1 parchment)
(56) Appointment by John son of Robert Halle of Thomas Aburney to deliver seisin to Robert Armerere of Bodney and Thomas Abbott of Tottington of all the lands, tenements, feedings and folds he had from his father (place not stated) [Z(r)], 5 Mar 1474 (1 parchment)
(57) Grant by William Dikeman to John Peteweyn, chaplain of Stanford, and Mariota de Berford of all his messuages, lands and tenements in the fields of Tottington, Stanford and Little Buckenham and half a fold in Tottington [Z(t)1], 20 June 1339 (1 parchment)
(58) Grant by John Plomer of Stanford to Geoffrey (?)Farewell of same of one acre arable in Little Buckenham near Grenegate and Mundefordeweye [Z(t)4], 11 June 1382 (1 parchment)
(59) Grant by Geoffrey de Wood Norton, rector of the church of St Margaret of Westwick, Norwich, to Christiana daughter of Peter de (?)Basingham of Norwich, of 6d. rent from his messuage in said parish near the churchyard, 31 Jan 1334 (1 parchment)
(60) Licence granted by Robert de Reppes knight to John le Warner of Bircham to enfeoff John, prior of Coford, and the convent, in a messuage of his fee in Grimston net their messuage there, East Rudham, 28 Mar 1339 (1 parchment)
(61) Note of Thomas Beaumont's holding in Toftrees, [17th century] (1 paper)
(62) Bond of [-] Townshend esq. of Raynham as surety of [-] debtor to Clement Hyrne, ironmonger of Norwich, [late 16th century] (1 damaged parchment)
(63) Illegible final concord, Stiffkey, 1611-1612 (1 damaged parchment)
(64) Petition, in French, to the crown of Thomas son of Edmund de Reynham knight seeking lands and tenements in Burnham and Setch of which William his brother, convicted of treason, was enfeoffed, [14th century-15th century] (1 parchment)
(65) Agreement between the priory of Sempringham and that of Coford by which the tithes of Burnham Thorpe St Andrew were remitted to Coford, 1244 (1 indented parchment, incomplete)
(66) Feoffment by Edmund son of John de Helgetun to (illegible) of a piece of land (endorsement says seven acres) at ?Heylineacres, 1336-1337 (indented parchment)
(67) Grant by Simon Wodewale to Nicholas Bonde of (illegible) arable land dispersed in the field of Stanhoe including at Crosgat, 22 Sep 1345 (1 parchment)
(68) Quitclaim by Roger son of Richard Sleyt of Barwick and Alice his wife to Edmund Adelwald of South Creake of right in 3r. of land of the bruery and a foldsoke in the field of Barwick, 1 Aug 1312 (1 parchment)
(69) Bond obliging William Sutton gent. of Snetttisham to deliver possession and evidences of Foes manor in Barwick, Barmer and Stanhoe, long in the possession of Robert Drury gent., to Thomas Thorysby burgess of Lynn, 20 Mar 1494 (1 parchment)
(70) Grant by Francis Woodhowse esq. of Great Breccles, Roger Townshend esq., Henry Woodhowse, Thomas Tymperley esq., Francis Spelman esq. of London, Miles Corbett esq., Thomas ?Badby esq., and Henry Blake gent., for love of his wife Margaret only daughter of Henry Repps esq. and Dorothy his wife, of his manors in Great Breccles, the patronage of the rectory there, and appurtenances in Great and Little Breccles, Shropham, Hockham, Thompson, Caston and Stow (Bedon), 26 Oct 1571 (1 parchment)
(71) Grant by John son of Isabel de Ormesby to William de Holueston of ½a. land in the field of Ormesby near the land of the master of Norman's hospital, Castretorph (West Caister) [B.2], 22 June 1348 (1 parchment)
(72-73) Probably Herefordshire
(72) Grant by Walter de Say to Roger son of William de Waleys of Herford of half a virgate in the vill of Welington that Walter the reeve formerly held, to hold to him and the heirs he would have by Emma daughter of Adam son of Richard de Weclington. If there are no such heirs one moiety is to be given to whoever William wishes and the other to whoever Emma wishes, with promise not to involve them in pleas unless in the vill of (?)Sunestoke. [B.1]. [mid 13th century] (1 parchment)
(73) Grant by Richard le Sweyn of Wetlynton to his eldest son William of all his lands with housebote and haybote in the wood of Hambury, and meadows, feedings and pasture in the vill and fields of Wetlynton [B.4], 7 Feb 1333 (1 parchment)
(74-85) Various Norfolk parishes
(74) Grant in pure alms by Thomas son of Godard de Middilthon to [the convent] of Blackborough of 8½ acres near Hespergate in the vill of Middleton and one acre near Hardineshevedlond, [late 13th century] (1 parchment)
(75) Final concord, Edward Parse querent and Edward Hulpecke deforciant, re messuage, 2 barns, 7a. land, 5a. meadow and 7a. pasture in Baghurst (unlocated), 1628 (1 parchment)
(76) Eemplification from Domesday Book at request of the inhabitants and tenants of Swaffham, Narford, South and North Pickenham, Pagrave, Foulden and Great Cressingham [130], 12 Feb 1656 (1 parchment)
(77) Grant by Thomas, earl of Norfolk, by special grace and with the consent of his men, to John de Hales of leave to enclose with a ditch a meadow of 7a. called Bataillemedwe in Thwaite near the way from Broome to Hedenham and the water dividing Ditchingham and Thwaite, in which the earl and his men of Thwaite and Ditchinghham claimed to common after the hay was carried until the purification of Our Lady (2 Feb), Bungay [B.8], 26 Dec 1467 (1 parchment)
(78) Feoffment by Robert Jaques, husbandman, to Robert Nelson, singleman of Sandringham, brother of the late Francis Nelson, of one acre in the Parkefeld in West Bradenham, 27 June 1626 (1 parchment)
(79) Grant by Humphrey Guybon esq. of Lynn and his wife Alice to Thomas Guybon gent., his son, of all their lands in West and North Lynn, Clenchwarton, Tilney, Terrington and elsewhere in Marshland, in consideration of an annuity of £50. Many other conditions. 1 Jan 1578 (1 parchment)
(80) Quitclaim by George Nicholls esq. of Saffron Walden, Esse, to Humphrey Guybon esq. of King's Lynn, of two messuages in West Lynn in a marsh called Purfleet Streat lately occupied by George Panke and William Cooke, 6 Dec 1589 (1 parchment)
(81) Agreement between Humphrey Guybon esq. of North Lynn and Sir Phillip Woodhouse knight and bart. of Kimberley and John Barney gent. of London for sale by Guybon of si messuages in Clenchwarton and Tilney lately of Guybon's father Thomas, 26a. of land, meadow, pasture and marsh ground in Clenchwarton, Tilney and Terrington, and 120a. land, meadow pasture and marsh ground called Inmarshe and Outmarshe in North Lynn, 20 Oct 1611 (1 parchment)
(82) Final concord between same parties re same estate, 1611 (1 parchment)
(83) Conveyance for purposes of a common recovery by Humphrey Guybon esq. of North Lynn to Nicholas Herne esq. of Arminghall, John Barney gent. of London, and Robert Leman, yeoman of Bintry, as feoffees, of his estate in North Lynn, West Lynn, Clenchwarton, Tilney and Terrington, 28 Mar 1612 (1 parchment)
(84) Demise by John Hawtry esq. of Ruislip, Middlese, to Dame Mary widow of Sir John Bankes, of messuage called the Placehouse in two moieties and lands (described) in West and North Lynn and Clenchwarton including the advowson of North Lynn and a tenement called the Old Swan, leased on 20 Dec 1638 by the Crown to Hawtry, Sir George Corbett and Roger Corbett gent., 20 Apr 1654 (1 parchment)
(85) Assignment by Hawtry to John Platt, clerk of Westbrooke place, Godalming, Surrey, 11 Mar 1668 (1 parchment)

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