The Coucher Book, Or Chartulary, of Whalley Abbey, Volume 20

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Chetham society, 1849 - Cheshire (England) - 1314 pages
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Contents

Release by Thom de Ponte de Bilyngton
946
Release by the same of Meenfeld and two parts of Greencroft
947
Release by Agnes relict of Rob de Snoddeword
948
Grant by Will Russel of the same to John de Gristhwayth
949
Gift of goods and chattels by Will Russel to the same
950
Grant of Halgh by Adam de Bilyngton to Henry del Cho and Avicia his wife
953
Grant of Halgh by Henry son of Hugh de Bilyngton to Thomas his som
954
Grant of Cho by Richard del Cho to Beatrice de Blakeburne
955
Grant by Roger de Bilyngton to Beatrice de Blakeburn
956
Grant of Karruydyng by Roger de Bilyngton to Beatrice de Blake burn
957
Grant by Avicia de Bilyngton to Beatrice de Blakeburn
958
Release by the same to the same of a rent
959
Grant of land by Adam Venator to Beatr de Blakeburn
960
Grant by Ralph Venator to Beatr de Blakeburn
961
Grant of Snoddworth by Will de Coldecotes to Beatr de Blake burn
962
Grant by Beatr de Blakeburn to John de Pontchardon
963
Grant by the same to the same
964
Deed between John de Pontchardon and Richard his son and Beatr his wife
965
Grant by Henr de Bilyngton to Richard Pountchardon
966
Grant of the Merse by the same to the same
967
Grant by Geoffrey de Bradhul to Richard Pountchardon
969
Grant of Cho and Snoddeword by Richard Pountchardon to Adam de Hudleston
970
Grant by the same to the same
971
Assignment of chattels by the same to the same
972
Grant by Adam de Bilyngton to Adam de Hudleston
973
Attornment by the same to the same
974
Release by the same to the same
975
Release of a rent by Richard de Bilyngton to Adam de Hudleston
976
Release by Agnes de Bilyngton to Adam de Hudleston
977
Grant by Adam de Hudleston to William de Holand
980
Assignment of goods by the same to the same
981
Grant by William de Holand to Adam de Hudleston and Joan his wife
982
Writ to deliver seisin to Robert de Holand
983
Release by John de Brighton to Adam de Hudleston of Cho
984
Fine by Adam de Hudleston and Isabel his wife of Cho
985
Grant of certain profits by Adam de Hudleston to us
986
Grant by Richard de Hudleston to Thomas le Scrop and Richard de Moselaye
987
Release by Isabel de Godested to Geoffrey le Scrop of Cho and a moiety of Bilyngton
989
Fine by her of the same
990
Release by Richard de Moselaye to Geoffrey le Scrop
991
Release by Sampson Gregory and Agnes his wife to Geoffrey le Scrop
992
Release by Robert de Holand to Geoffrey le Scrop
993
Writ of ad quod damnum
994
Inquisition thereon
995
Licence by the King to Geoffrey le Scrop to grant
996
Licence by Queen Isabel to enter
997
Grant to us by Geoffrey le Scrop of Cho and a moiety of Bilyngton
998
Attornment by Geoffrey le Scrop to us
999
Assignment of goods by the same to the same
1000
Release by Geoffrey le Scrop to us
1001
Release by Thomas le Scrop to us
1002
Fine by John de Radeclif and Joan his wife
1003
Release by the same to the same
1017
Grant by Adam de Bilyngton to Richard de Bilyngton
1018
Grant by Avicia de Bilyngton to Richard her son of Langale
1019
Grant by Richard de Bilyngton to Geoffrey his son of Langale
1020
Grant by Richard de Bilyngton to Richard de Toppeclif of Langale
1021
Assignment of goods by the same to the same
1022
Release by the same to Richard de Toppeclif
1023
Grant by Richard de Toppeclif to John de Gristwayth of Langale
1024
Release by the same to the same
1025
Release by Richard de Toppeclif to us
1026
Grant by Robert de Bilyngton to Ralph his brother of Langale
1027
Grant by Will de Bilyngton to Ralph his brother of Loveshurst
1028
Grant by the same to the same of Sithridhruyding
1029
Grant by Robert de Coldecotes to Ralph de Bilyngton 1080
1030
Grant by Ralph de Bilyngton to Henry son of Thomas
1031
Release by Richard de Bilyngton to Ralph de Bilyngton
1032
Release by William de Alvetham to Ralph de Bilyngton
1033
Grant by Richard de Bilyngton to John de Gristhwayth
1034
Assignment of goods by the same to the same
1035
Grant by Richard de Bilyngton to John de Gristhwayth
1036
Grant by the same to the same
1037
Release by the same to the same
1038
Release by the same to the same
1039
Grant by Avicia de Bilyngton to Will her son of six acres
1040
Grant by Adam the Clerk to Thomas de Harwod
1041
Grant by Robert de Harwod to Will the Smith
1042
Release by John the son of Adam to the same
1043
Release by the same to us
1044
Grant by Adam de Bilyngton to Robert de Wytton
1045
Grant by Adam de Standen to John de Gristhwayth
1046
Grant by Adam de Standen to John de Gristhwayth
1047
Assignment of chattels by the same to the same
1048
Grant by Adam de Bouderuyding to Alice his sister
1049
Grant by Richard de Bilyngton to Mabel his daughter
1050
Release by Mabel Daukynson to Richard del Heye
1051
Grant by Richard del Heye to John de Gristhwayth
1052
Licence to deliver seisin by the same
1053
Release by Roger de Ingoll to John de Gristhwayth
1055
Grant by Adam de Bilyngton to Geoffrey de Chaderton
1056
Grant by Geoffrey de Chaderton to Robert his son
1057
138
1058
10
1067
REUED Release by John de Reued to the Abbey of Whalley
1081
CLIDERHoU Release from Henry de Standen to Richard de Standen
1095
CLIDERHoU Grant by John de Toppeclif and others to us 1 102
1103
Grant from Will de Grymeschagh to Adam his son
1114
Release from Alice de Schireburn of a rent
1120
Release by Hugh the miller to Richard de Edesford
1127
EDESFORD Grant by John del Wro to John de Toppeclif and
1129
12
1173
13
1185

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Page 1276 - directed to the escheators of each county or district to summon a jury who were to inquire what lands any person died seised of, and by what rents or services the same were held, and who was the next heir, and of what age the heir was, that the king might be informed of his
Page 1183 - habuerunt tenuerunt vel gauisi fuerunt habuit tenuit vel gauisus fuit seu habere tenere vel gaudere debuerunt aut debuit. Et adeo plene libere et integre ac in tarn amplis modo et forma prout ea omnia et singula ad manus nostras seu ad manus
Page 1156 - are a right of sustenance, or to receive certain allotments of victual and provision for one's maintenance. In lieu of which, especially when due from ecclesiastical persons, a pension, or sum of money, is sometimes substituted.
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Page 1261 - in vanitee ; but ther is also the costlewe furring in hir gounes, so moche pounsoning of chesel to maken holes, so moche (lagging of sheres, with the superfluitee in length of the foresaide gounes, trailing in the dong and
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Page 1273 - an estate or right in esse, whereby a voidable estate is made sure and unavoidable, or whereby a particular estate is
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Page 1113 - feodi illius seruicijs inde debitis et consuetis. In cuius rei testimonium has literas nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste meipso apud Westm.