File BL/MD 8 - Little Ryburgh

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BL/MD 8

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Little Ryburgh

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  • 13th century-16th century (Creation)

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1 volume

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(1189-1925)

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Owned by the Benedictine priory of Horsham St Faith until the Dissolution.

Name of creator

(1189-1925)

Administrative history

Owned by the Townshend family in the later 16th century.

Name of creator

(1189-1925)

Administrative history

Thomas de Felton died in possession 1380-1; heirs his three daughters [IPM 15/341]\r\nEdmond Wodehouse, Esq., MP for Thorpe, near Norwich, is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1845).

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(1189-1925)

Administrative history

Colonel Jones is given as lord of the manor in White's Trade Directory (1845).\r\nLast transaction dated: 1867; lord of the manor: Matilda Jones; Steward: G.A. Carthew [TNA, HMC 5/6].

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(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'.

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Formerly BL Ia/8.

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Created 15/02/2010 by Droip. Modified 03/12/2018 by Droip.

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