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Volumes of Townshend Title Deeds

These volumes were put together by H.L. Bradfer-Lawrence from deeds in his own collection and that of the antiquarian E.M. Beloe, and they have been translated and catalogued by Paul Rutledge. Numbers between square brackets were found pencilled on the documents and reflect an original arrangement before sorting and binding. Other deeds from these numbered sequences are to be found in BL/O [Original Series]. Some of these have seals and would not have been suitable for mounting, but it is not clear why others been excluded from the volumes as many describe similar transactions between some of the the same parties. The volumes also include a few deeds, notably in BL/MD 10, which do not relate to the Townshend estates.

South Creake

(1) Note of contents of volume, 20th century (paper, loose in box)
(2) Grant by John son of William Topcroft, dwelling in South Creake, to Edmund de Dockyng of a messuage in Kyrkegate, 21 Feb 1350 (1 parchment)
(3) Grant by Thomas le Warde of North Creake to William his son and Agnes daughter of Bonde Lange of South Creake, for five pounds, of five acres in five pieces of which three lay in the fields of South Creake at Est Schodgates, at Muskehoghes near way called Holgate, and at Flaxlond, and two in the field of North Creake at Blofeld and Nethergate. Nicholas son of Hugh the knight a witness, 22 Jan 1298 (1 parchment)
(4) Grant by Reginald de Aula of Barwick to Edmund Adylwald of South Creake, for 100 shillings, of the homage and service of Ralph Palmere of Barwick and of his heirs with rents, reliefs, scutages, marriages, wards, escheats and suits that by right he was used to make to his court. Witnesses include Sir Walter de Caltorp', Sir Thomas de Snytertone and Sir Richard de Walsingham, knights, 16 Feb 1307 (1 parchment)
(5/1) Grant by Robert Adelwald of South Creake to Thomas his son, for 40 shillings, of two acres in two pieces, one lying in a croft in Suthgate near the common way leading towards Dunton and the other in the Suthfeld at Svimmere abutting on way called Litelgate, with power to sell except to religious men. Among witnesses Sir Ralph de Bello Fago, [late 12th century] (1 parchment)
(5/2) Grant by Geoffrey Barwe to Hastel de Suthcrek', Alice his sister and Thomas [-] son, of a messuage with croft, trees and appurtenances near Holgate, Sunday before the feast of St Thomas apostle [-] Edward II [F4.5], [early 14th century] (1 parchment)
(6) Number not used
(7) Grant by John Barkere to William and Robert sons of John de Hassenaye of a piece of land lying in the field of South Creake at Lytilgate [F4.6], 20 May 1313 (1 parchment)
(8) Grant by Robert Mercer to Edmund Adelwald and Edmund his son of one piece measuring one acre and half a rood at Rowhow in the field of South Creake near [Yll]uetrendelheuedys, 19 Dec 1313 (1 parchment)
(9) Final concord between Edmund Athelwald and Margery his wife querents and Ranulph Homay and Hugh atte Welle, chaplains of South Creake, deforciants, concerning 4 messuages, 3 crofts and 147½ acres of land and 5s rent in South Creake, Quarles, Burnham Thorpe, Burnham St Andrew, Burnham Sutton, Burnham St Clement, Holkham, Egmere and Syderstone: Edmund acknowledges Ranulph's right in order that Ranulph and Hugh should have the property of Edmund's gift and that they should grant the property to Edmund and Margery for life. After their deaths it was to be divided as follows - a messuage and toft and 5a. 1r. of land in Holkham to Christian their daughter for life then to Edmund's right heirs; one messuage, one toft, 58a. 1r. of land and 5s. rent in South Creake, Burnham St Andrew, Burnham Sutton and Burnham St[-] to James [-] and the heirs of his body and in default of heirs to Edmund's right heirs; 25 acres of land and moiety of one messuage and of one toft in South Creake, Quarles and Burnham Thorpe to Thomas brother of the said James and the heirs of his body and in default as above; one messuage and 30 acres of land in South Creake to Edmund brother of said James and the heirs of his body and in default as above. Dated Octave of Trinity 1314. Final concord between James son of Edmund Athelwald and Joan his wife querents, represented by Henry de Tudenham, and Thomas Athelwald and John Alice, chaplain, deforciants, concerning two messuages, one croft and four [-] in South Creake. Dated one month from Easter 1329. 1314-1329 (2 parchments joined by a lace)
(10/1) Grant by John son of Gold Herin to Gold his mother of his messuage with houses, trees and buildings lying between messuages and with the highway west. Endorsed 'apud Holgate', 25 Nov 1316 (1 parchment)
(10/2) Grant by John de Helmham of a piece of land at le dele, 28 Oct 1320 (1 damaged parchment)
(11/1) Quitclaim by Ralph Pudding to William son of Robert Cheuere and Joan his wife of right in piece of land at Burnsdykes, 27 July 1321 (1 damaged parchment)
(11/2) [?Grant] by [-] Cheuere of Burnham to Alice his sister of land near Holgate, 1319-1320 (1 damaged parchment)
(12) Grant by William Athelwald senior, James son of Edmund Athelwald and Joan his wife, of a cottage on his land near land of said James [F4.14], 22 Aug 1322 (1 parchment)
(13/1) Note of grant by Christiana Siward to Ralf Pudding of a piece of land at Westgatesend, see 14 below, c 1322-1323 (1 parchment)
(13/2) Quitclaim by William son of Robert le Cheuere to James son of Edmund Athelwald of right in two pieces in the field of South Creake of which one used to be Alice Syffe's and one Thomas Noth's, 8 Dec 1323 (1 parchment)
(14) Grant by Christiana Siward, wife of John Narres 'that was', to Ralph Pudding of a piece of land at Westgates end, Sunday after St Martin 1322-3, 1322-1323 (1 parchment)
(15) Agreement between John son of [?Mabel] de Suthcrec' and James son of Edmund Adelwald that John should receive of James who is under age, with assent of his guardian Thomas de Westone, 20½ acres of land in South Creake of which a fine was levied whereby John should pay during his life eight quarters of good barley. He also covenants to render to use of said James two releases of tenements in South Creake which were placed in the prior of Walsingham's keeping, with condition that when John or his heirs reach full age they should hand them over. 19 Apr 1324 (1 parchment)
(16) Grant by John Quike to Richard Martin and John Attewelle of thirteen pieces of land in the town and field of South Creake: at Caldel near Holgate; at Blakelond; at Blakeburn; at Mucelcrundel; near Cumergate; at Pendryc near Cumergate; at Hakenil near Madmer'gate; at Croftesdych near Litelgate; at Swetwellecroft near le bec; bi Sidenburg near Bermergat'; in burg' near Burghesdikes, 15 Oct 1318 (1 parchment)
(17/1, 18/1) Slips cut from conveyance referring to messuage with houses and trees near le bec and naming Roger Howel, chaplain, Ralph chaplain of South Creake, Midelmillegrene and Matilda, John and Thomas, [early 14th century] (2 parchments)
(17/2) Quitclaim by Thomas son of Edmund Athelwald to John son of Richard Adthelwald and Robert and Richard his sons of right in a toft of 1a. 1r. and a piece of land at Fyfhowes, [early 14th century] (1 parchment)
(18/2) Grant by Richard son of Ralph de Suthcreyk to Matilda his daughter of a piece of land in the field of South Creake at Frostecrundel, 9 July 1325 (1 parchment)
(19/1) Grant by Robert Androw to Adam Spicer of same of a piece of land at Sinweneslond, 31 June 1326 (1 parchment)
(19/2) Grant by Thomas Adthelwald, Richard his son and Simon Baret of Heacham to William Seketon, Nicholas atte Cherche and Nicholas Skot of 1a. ½ r. lately Nicholas Weller's and Richard Langlyfis' near Gerardesgrene, 3r. of Rustes tenement near Wastelgate, and ½ r. of Reginald Rope's tenement also near Gerardesgrene. Date torn away, [15th century] (1 parchment)
(20/1) Grant by Robert Aleyn of Shereford and Alice his wife to John Kyng of South Creake of a piece of land in the field of South Creake at Delesberd, abutting on the field of Syderstone, 11 Nov 1328 (1 parchment)
(20/2) Quitclaim by Thomas son of Richard Walbere to John Alis, chaplain, of right in one acre in field of same vill at Comergate [F4.25], 8 Jan 1329 (1 parchment)
(21) Quitclaim by William Grene of South Creake to Edmund son of John Godefrey, chaplain, of right in 18 pieces of land in the field of South Creake formerly purchased from Philip Leggard as appears in two charters of feoffment, 2 Oct 1328 (1 parchment)
(22) Quitclaim by John son of Richard de Suthcreik, chaplain, to Thomas son of Richard Athelwald of same of right in two pieces of land in the field of South Creake, one at Bradegate and the other at Snypes Wong [F4.7], 22 Dec 1331 (1 parchment)
(23) Quitclaim by James son of Ed. A[d]elward to Thomas Astel and Philip his brother, chaplain, of right in piece of land called Spitelcroft near Holgate, eve of St John Baptist, 23 June 1329 (1 parchment)
(24) Grant by Alice Lo[?ver]de to Richard Ede of piece of land in field of same vill near Burgate (also given as Bourgate), c 25 Mar 1329 (1 parchment)
(25/1) Grant by John Dunte to Thomas son of Richard Athelwald of one acre near Eastgate, 16 June 1331 (1 parchment)
(25/2) Grant by John de Helmham, dwelling in South Creake, to Thomas son of Richard Athelwald of South Creake of a piece of land in the field of South Creake at Burgate [F4.31], 28 June 1332 (1 parchment)
(26) Grant by John son of Amabilia de South Creake to Thomas son of Richard Adthelwald of same of a piece of land lying in the field of South Creake at Genardeswong, 30 Nov 1333 (1 parchment)
(27) Grant by John Mabbe of South Creake to John Attewell of same of a piece of land in the field of South Creake at Blakelond near land of the Prior of Peterston, 8 May 1334 (1 parchment)
(28) Appointment (styled letters patent, with applied seal) by James son of Edmund Athelwal of Gilbert Mabilie of Holgate to deliver to John de Creyk, rector of a moiety of the church of Letheringsett, and Matilda his mother, seisin in a piece of land near Gilbert's messuage and croft, 16 Feb 1335 (1 parchment)
(29) Grant by Thomas Large to Richard Ede and John son of Thomas Godfrey and the heirs of Richard of two pieces of land in the field of South Creake, one at Sinewoneslond and the other at Snypuswong. With endorsement that Large is to have the land again on payment within four years from the feast of All Saints next to Godfrey of six marks. [F4.35], 1 Sep 1336 (1 parchment)
(30) Grant by John Houel to Richard Golding of a piece of land in the field of South Creake near Estcroftes hende and Crofte [-] Hyrdeman [F4.36], 4 Apr 1336 (1 parchment)
(31) Quitclaim by James son of John Batyer to Thomas son of Richard Adthelwald of right in piece of land in field of South Creake at Sedecop near Sedecopsty and 11¼ d annual rent with reliefs, wards, marriages and escheats which Thomas bought of Margaret, John's widow, 12 Dec 1337 (1 parchment)
(32) Grant by John Mabbe to James son of Hugh [-] of a piece of land lying in field of South Creake near Sedecop and Sedecophevedes, 19 Mar 1339 (1 parchment)
(33) Grant by John son of Edmund Athelwald to Thomas son of Richard Athelwald of four pieces of land in the field of South Creake one near Snypuswong, one called le Cheker near Sedecop, one at Sedecop and one at Brodegate, 5 Apr 1336 (1 parchment)
(34) Indenture between Robert Cheuer', chaplain of South Creake, William son of Thomas Scepperde of Godwick and John le Olde of Hoveton, and Alice formerly wife of Richard Athelwald, by which Robert, William and Thomas demised to Alice all messuages, lands, tenements, services and customs in South Creake and Waterden that they had by grant of Richard Ede of South Creake, to be held until Michaelmas next, rendering 40 quarters of barley and 10 quarters of wheat at feast of St John Baptist's nativity next at South Creake, she to sustain and repair the houses, walls and ditches, 2 Jan 1346 (1 parchment)
(35) Grant by Hugh de Ulneye of Lynn and James son of Philip Attewell to Richard Ede and Geoffrey Ponyng, both of South Creake, of all messuages, lands and tenements that John son of William Cheuer, Thomas Godefrey and Richard son of Robert Ede, all of South Creake, jointly purchased from Gilbert son of Thomas Schepperde of Godwick with marriages, wards, reliefs, boon works, escheats and appurtenances lying in the vills and fields of South Creake and Waterden [F4.41], 3 May 1356 (1 parchment)
(36) Lease for term of eight years by Hugh de Reppes to Thomas son of James Athelwald of all the lands and tenements that he had of Richard Nottyng of the dower of Joan his wife in South and North Creake, Syderstone (Systerne), and Quarles rendering 'vint soutz' yearly at Easter. In default of payment Hugh may take possession of 12 acres in one piece at Westschop and Honscroft [F4.42], 18 Dec 1346 (parchment, French)
(37/1) Grant by John Byr, chaplain, and Thomas Byr of South Creake to Thomas son of Richard Adthelwald of a piece of land lying in the field of South Creake at Snypuswong, Monday before feast of St Martin [F4.43], 9 Nov 1348 (1 parchment)
(37/2) Appointment by John Magge of South Creake of John de Norton dwelling in same to deliver seisin to Nicholas Athelwald of Waterden and Geoffrey Bootman of Burnham Thorpe in a messuage and 15 pieces of land in South Creake [F4.44], 25 Dec 1358 (1 parchment)
(38/1) Grant by John de Louerding of South Creake to James Attewelle and Stephen Barker of same of a piece of land in the field of South Creake at Burgate, Sunday after feast of St Martin bishop, 13 Nov 1349 (1 parchment)
(38/2) Grant by Thomas Houel of South Creake to Godfrey Attelwald chaplain of same of a piece of land in the field of South Creake 'at Hil' and near Hilsty [F4.46], 7 Feb 1350 (1 parchment)
(39) Grant by William son of Roger Smyth of Flitcham and Catherine his wife to Godfry Athelwald, chaplain of South Creake, of a place of land with toft adjoining in Estgate in South Creake and twelve pieces of land in the field of South Creake at Wodegate, at Hasseneygate, at Manymors near the bruery, at Oxfolde near Wodegate, at Schortlond, near Thomas Ede's croft, 'apud by neyen camplow', at Outeshow, at Ketellescroftesend, at Sedecop and at Suthlonglond, with trees and all appurtenances, 10 June 1352 (1 parchment)
(40) Quitclaim of actions by Edmund son of Richard Athelwald of South Creake, John [?Bettes] and Walter his servant to James Dunte of South Creake, 18 Mar 1359 (1 parchment)
(41) Quitclaim by Cecily daughter of Thomas son of Richard Athelwald of South Creake to Edmund Athelwald senior of same of right in all lands that were her father's in South Creake, 11 Nov 1369 (1 parchment)
(42) Grant by Simon [? Gostchirche] dwelling in South Creake to John Andru of same of messuage in South Creake, 5 Feb 1376 (1 parchment)
(43) Grant by Hugh de Billyngford dwelling in South Creake to John his son and William [?Fancus] of a tenement in South Creake, Sunday after feast of St Lawrence, 1381-1382 (1 parchment)
(44) Grant by Thomas de Godeneye and Stephen Barkere to Henry Pygoun and Margaret his wife of all lands and tenements in South Creake had by gift of Philip Kynge [52], 6 Jan 1383 (1 parchment)
(45/1) Appointment by Beatrice, wife of the former Richard Aluald, of Thomas Gloyne as her attorney to deliver seisin to Ralph Cate and his son John of two pieces of land in the fields of South Creake at [?Barmergate], 16 June 1387 (1 parchment)
(45/2) Grant by Thomas son of William Martyn, dwelling in South Creake, to his mother Catherine, Thomas Gloyne, John Roe and William Sharlely, all of South Creake, of all the lands and tenements in the vill and field of South Creake had from William his father [F4.54], 10 Oct 1396 (1 parchment)
(46) Grant by Robert Attewater of Dunham to Elizabeth Folsham of Hoo and Edmund Godfrey of South Creake of a messuage in Wastelgate between the common way and the water bank (ripam aque), 30 Dec 1424 (1 parchment)
(47) Agreement between John Cobbe of Sandringham and Thomas Moy of Brancaster for sale by John to Thomas of two parts of a messuage with croft and one acre adjoining near [W]estgate, 3 Oct 1440 (1 parchment)
(48) Quitclaim by Thomas Moy of Brancaster to Edmund Ingaldesthorp esq. John Presot of Haslingfield (Cambs.), John Benet, Thomas Depden of Newmarket (Suff.), William Culpy of Fulbourne (Cambs.), and John Auntell of South Creake, of right in messuages, lands, tenements, rents and services in South Creake and Syderstone and in all lands and tenements purchased from John Legge and John Crane, 10 Aug 1443 (1 parchment)
(49) Agreement that William Beaufo esq. of Seaton (Rutland) and Philippa his wife should demise for term of twelve years from Michaelmas next to Thomas Denys, chaplain of London, and Edmund Deneys of South Creake the manor of South Creake with rents and profits of court (wards, marriages, furze, whins and trees excepted). With conditions as to payment of rent and maintenance of property. 17 May 1471 (1 parchment)
(50) Feoffment by Robert Tolle of South Creake, John Tolle of East Raynham, Thomas Sefoule esq. and John Bennett, chaplain, of Stephen Barker of South Creake and Wiliam his son in a messuage and five roods of land near Lytelgate in South Creake had by feoffment dated 26 Oct 1489 from Richard Norton, Richard Lambert and Robert Harydaunce. Annual rent of 8d to Alianore Lady Towneshend is mentioned and Henry Raulyns is appointed attorney for livery of seisin [?59], 2 June 1494 (1 parchment)
(51) Acknowledgment of receipt by Thomas and Robert Morse, sons and executors of Robert Morse senior of Tittleshall, from Richard Bolter gent. of South Creake of £20 payable under terms of mortgage dated 16 Oct 1608 of messuages, lands, tenements, meadows, pastures, feedings and hereditaments in South Creake [F4.60], 26 Oct 1612 (paper)
(52) Acknowledgment between same parties of £20 half-year's rent, referring to liberty of foldcourse and shack in South and North Creake [F4.61], 20 Oct 1613 (paper)
(53) Acknowledgment of receipt by Thomas Grene of South Creake from Roger Touneshend esq. of 16s. 8d. in full payment of 23s. rent of 2a. 1r. at Harecroft in the field of South Creake [F4.62], 3 Feb 1505 (paper)
(54) Copy order that John Lenche and Joan his wife, daughter and coheir of William Beaufo, hold to Thomas Wodehous knight, John Heydon knight, Roger Touneshend, William Paston, Thomas Wyndham and John Cressener esquires, Thomas Shorte and William Salmon, the agreement made between them concerning the manor of South Creake otherwise called Beaufo ys maner and 100a. land, 100a. pasture and £6 rent in South Creake, [late 15th century] (paper)
(55/1) Acknowledgment of receipt by Robert Harydance from Sir Roger Townyshend of £6 in part payment of a greater sum [F4.64(a)], 12 Jan 1503 (paper)
(55/2) Acknowledgment of receipt by Edmond Legge of South Creake from 'mastres Touneshend', [-] of 13s. 4d. for use of Margaret Harydanse of Creake, Tuesday 17 Henry VII [F4.64(b)], 1501 (paper)
(56/1-2) Acknowledgments of receipt by Harydance from Townshend of 40s in part payment of the purchase price of land in South Creake, Friday before feast of St Thomas the apostle 1501-2, and of £18 purchase price of close called Crackeshold and 30 acres in South Creake [F4.64], 29 Aug 1502 (paper)
(57) Grant by Richard the clerk of Geyste [Guist] to Robert son of Adelwald for his homage and service and three marks of silver of 4 acres of land lying in three pieces in the fields of Sucrec [South Creake], two near Great Burgate and one at Bradegate. Abuttals include lands of Iwan son of Adelwald, Edmund his son, and Gilbert de Hecgemere. A yearly rent of eight pence is specified. [early 13th century] (1 parchment removed from binding and loose in volume)
(58) Grant by Richard Giffard of Crec to Robert son of Adelwald of Crec for homage and service and one mark of silver of a piece of land in the fields of Sud Crec near Bermergate and the land of Ralph de Bellofago, rendering yearly a penny at Michaelmas and a halfpenny at St Andrew. Witnesses include Hugh the knight and Ralph de Bellofago. [c mid 13th century] (1 parchment removed from binding and loose in volume)

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

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