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Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk
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Grant by Mathew de Swathingge and Pleasance his wife to Richer Alunday, citizen of Norwich, and Christiana his wife of a place of land of which the eastern head abutted on the churchyard of St Cross, charged with 12d. p.a. rent to the Hospital of St Giles.

Undated but Norwich bailiffs for 1281-1282 named. Endorsed with a contemporary memorandum of the deed's production in the full court of Norwich by Matthew and Pleasance, and was examined by Adam the clerk on 28 Oct 1281. Francis Blomefield�...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Grant by Christiana, widow of Richer Alunday of Norwich, and Richer her son to Robert de Holveston, draper, citizen of Norwich, of yearly rent of 5s. from messuage formerly of Reginald le Grey, weaver, of which the eastern head abutted on the churchyard of St Cross, and the western head abutted in part the messuage of Matthew de Swathinge, charged with 12d. rent to the Hospital of St Giles.

Dated at Pentecost, 34 Edward I. and naming as city bailiffs, John de Morlet, John Parwer, Peter de Basingham and John de Gouthorp. Blomefield''s crossed circle mark is on both sides of the deed. Various endorsements, including one in a...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Bracon Ash: grant by William Elyngham, clerk, John Howard, citizen of Norwich, baker, Richard Page of Cryngelford [Cringleford], Edward Buk of Fornesete [Forncett] and Thomas Todenham of Cryngelford to Thomas Moor of Braken [Bracon Ash], Walter Orleger, citizen of Norwich, Henry Moor of Braken and John Moor of the same

Concerns one messuage and 13 pieces of land with the appurtenances in Braken [Bracon Ash], described as a messuage lying between the tenement of St Giles's Hospital, Norwich to the north and free land of Braken church to the south and abuttin...

Thomas Chaunceux; fl 1421; Hethel, Norfolk