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Draft agreement with the mayor, sheriffs, citizens and commonalty for their attendance at an obit mass for Bishop James Goldwell (died Feb 1499) to be sung in the church of the Hospital of St Giles in January of each year and their payment of 40d for the same to Master John Hekker and the fellows of the Hospital and to their successors forever

Recites that the bishop's executors had obtained the king's licence ordaining that an obituary mass be sung for the souls of the bishop and of his parents at the Hospital each year, and that Robert Honywood, one-time master at the Hospit...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Calthorpe Rectory farmer's and bailiff's accounts

Actually 1460-1484 and 1505-1506, Michaelmas 39 Henry VI-2 Richard III and 21-22 Henry VII. (See the following roll, NCR 24c/3/6 for accounts of 1484-90 and 1499-1503.) Annual accounts of William Sarys, farmer of the rectory (1460-1471, 1475-79),...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Calthorpe Rectory bailiff's, later receiver's, accounts

Actually for years, 1484-1490 and 1499-1503, 1506-1508. Michaelmas 2 Richard III-24 Henry VII. (See the previous roll, NCR 24c/3/5 for account of 1505-6.)Annual accounts of Robert Godfrey, clerk, occupying the office of bailiff (1484-1490), John H...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Calthorpe Rectory receiver and surveyor's accounts

Actually covering years, 1508-17 and 1519-28). Michaelmas 1 -20 Henry VIII. Accounts of John Hekker, chaplain and steward of the Hospital, occupying the office of Receiver and Surveyor of all the Hospital's manors, lands, tenements and rector...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Indenture. John Claydon, clerk, and Henry Stannard, exors of Sir James Hobart, kt, decd, who was executor of James Goldwell bishop of Norwich, decd, who survived Nicholas Gooldewell, clerk, and John Tooke, gent., co-exor. John Hekker, clerk, master of St Giles Hospital, Norwich.

Essex marshes, annuity out of Thweyte (Suffolk), lands and tenements in Horsford, Salhous, Swanyngton, Manor of Trows. Seal and seal tag. [Fobbing and Vange]

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk

Lease for twelve years from John Hekker, clerk, master of St Giles Hospital, Norwich to John and Thomas Grey of Horsham Saint Faith, gentlemen, of the vicarage mansion in Costessey, and half an acre of arable land in the same.

And also of the growing crops of the churchyard and in three meadows, one called the Vycars medewe containing half an acre, another of three rods called Long Duelond, and the third of half an acre called Gossham medewe, the tithes from two meadows...

Great Hospital; c 1249-; Norwich, Norfolk