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Sir Roger Prat; fl 1390s-c 1440; clergyman; Norwich and Heigham, Norfolk Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk
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Michaelmas 6-39 Henry VI. Accounts of Geoffrey Halle, clerk, occupying the office of bailiff, 1427-31, 1432-5, Roger Prat, clerk, occupying the office of bailiff in the place of William Bolton, farmer there, 1431-2, Richard Lyne, clerk, General Re...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Grant, citing licence to do so by royal letters patent of 11 March 1410, by William Sedman of Norich, merchant and Walter Eton of Norwich to the master and brethren of the Hospital of St Giles in Norwich, of their manor of Cryngelford, which formerly belonged to Adam de Berford, and an acre of land in Wygmere (Wickmere) and advowson of the church of Wygmere

Dated in the chapter house of the hospital, 13 Hen IV. Recites that William and Walter along with William Rees, now dead, had had the land by the feoffment of Simon Sampson, esq. The grant was partly for the support and lodging of a chaplain in th...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Counterpart lease for fourteen years from Roger Prat, clerk, master of the Hospital of St Giles and of the brethren there, demising to Richard Walpool, mason, and Katerine his wife, a tenement in the parish of St Giles in Holmstrete, lying between the tenement of the Hospital held by Cristiana Stirtup to the east, and their tenement held by Matill Lavender to the west, and abutting the Hospital's watercourse to the north and on the highway of Holmstrete to the south.

Dated at Norwich in the chapter house of the master and brothers [of the Hospital], 13 Hen VI.Annual rent of 20s payable by four equal portions [at the usual quarter days].Blomefield's mark, a circle crossed, in brown ink near top of left mar...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Counterpart lease for twenty four years from Roger Prat, master of the Hospital of St Giles and from the brethren there, demising to John Ecclys of Norwich mason and Emma his wife, a messuage in Holmstrete recently held by Richard Walpol, with a certain entrance from the highway as far as the water of the said Hospital

Dated at Norwich, 12 Hen VI. Annual rent of 17s payable in four equal portions at Christmas, Easter, Nativity of St John Baptist and at Michalmas.Blomefield's mark, a circle crossed, in brown ink near top of left margin, and the year, '1...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk