The Coucher Book, Or Chartulary, of Whalley Abbey, Volume 16

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Chetham society, 1848 - Cheshire (England) - 1314 pages
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Contents

Geoffrey de Bukkel quit claims
647
HARESTANCRoft Henry de Foresta quit claims
648
Quenilda de Whiteword quit claims
649
Quenilda de Whiteword quit claims to Henry her son 65l 16 Cecilia de Whiteword quit claims
651
The Prioress of Hanepol grants to Hugh de Whiteword
652
Hugh de Whiteword grants a bovate to Suanus his son in Tong
653
HARESTANCROFT Agnes de Whiteword his wife quit claims
655
WHITEwoRD Michael de Whiteword confirms
656
Richard de Whiteword quit claims
657
Suanus de Whiteword grants it to us
658
Peter de Heley grants to Andrew de Whiteword
659
Andrew de Whiteword grants to Henry his son
660
MAxIcRoft Henry de Whiteword grants to us
661
HARSTANDENcRoft Henry de Whiteword grants an acre in to William de Holden
662
William de Holden quit claims to us
663
Henry de Whiteword confirms to Henry his brother land in
664
Cecilia de Slaneden quit claims to us
665
WhitwoRTH Henry de Spotlond grants to us
666
Andrew de Spotlond releases the homage of John de Redefern to us
667
William de Heleye quit claims to us
668
Michael de Duningesbothes quit claims to us
669
John de Whiteword quit claims to us
670
Margery de Whiteword quit claims
671
Richard de Linleye grants a bovate to Jordan de Whiteword
672
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674
Jordan de Whiteword grants to Henry Akemon
675
Andrew de Whiteword quit claims to us
676
Jordan de Cumba grants to us
677
Henry de Weteleye grants Broderode to us
678
Robert de Chadwick grants Wytelegh to us
679
HELEYE Robert de Mitton grants two bovates to Gilbert de Notton
680
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681
Gilbert de Notton grants them to us
683
Ralph de Mitton confirms to Gilbert de Notton
684
WyTELEYE Henry de Wyteleye quit claims to us
685
Andrew de Whiteword grants to us
686
Agreement between us and Andrew de Whiteword
687
Agreement between Andrew de Whiteword and Alan his bro ther relating to Mikelpughull and Litelpughull
688
Robert de Whiteword grants to William de Whiteword
689
Geoffrey de Whiteword grants to us
691
John del Schagh grants waste in Horewythnes
692
SPOTLOND Cecilia relict of Henry quit claims
693
William de Whiteword also confirms
694
Prioress of Hanepol grants a moiety of Whiteworth to Robert White
695
Andrew de Whiteworth quit claims
696
Agreement between us and Andrew de Whiteword
697
Agreement between us and Andrew de Whiteword
698
Andrew de Whiteword grants to John del Schagh
699
WhitewoRD John del Schagh to Andrew de Whiteword and Agnes his wife
700
Andrew de Whiteword demises to us
701
Ralph de Whiteword grants to Thomas de Neubold
702
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704
Inquisition
706
Licence from the Abbot of Salleye to us
709
Licence from the Prioress of Hanepol
710
Thomas de Neubold grants to us
711
Thomas de Neubold quit claims
712
WhitewoRD The Prioress of Hanepol confirms 7 13
714
Agreement between us and Agnes de Whiteword and Robert her son
715
Agreement between the same parties
716
Robert de Whiteword quit claims
717
Agnes de Whiteword quit claims
718
Grants to the abbey of Salley and convent of Hanepol
719
Robert de Flaynesbergh grants to Salleye
720
Licence from the King to obtain lands in Whiteword ffalenges Castelton and Swynton
721
Robert de Whiteword grants to us
722
Andrew de Whiteword grants to Robert de Whiteword
723
Jeoffrey de Whiteword quit claims to Clement his brother
724
John de Bucklegh quit claims to us
725
Copy of a grant by Robert de Liuersegge of the mediety of Whiteword to Salleye
726
WATLONDEwooD Grant of Adam de Spotlond of three acres
727
WATLONDEwooD DoNYNGBOTHE AND IREFORD Grant by Adam de Spotlond of six acres
728
Robert de Whalleye grants same to Alexander de Spotlond
729
DoNYNGBOTHES Grant of Adam son of Suaniside
730
John de Spotlond grants to us
731
MosILEyE Henry de Spotlond grants to Hugh son of Martin
732
Adam de Merland also confirms
733
HULILEy Alexander Coterel grants to Hugh de Coppidhurst
734
Hugh de Coppidhurst grants to us
735
HUlileye Hugh de Spotlond confirms
736
SpotloNd Robert de Spotlond grants one bovate to Michael de Spotlond
737
Henry de Whalley confirms
738
Michael de Spotlond grants to us
739
Alexander de Spotlond grants to us
740
GRYM ESLEY Michael de Spotlond grants to Robert de Eccles
741
SpotloND Michael de Spotlond releases a bovate to us
742
Michael de Spotlond grants rents
743
Adam de Eccles grants three acres to Geoffrey de Whalleye
744
Robert de Spotlond quit claims
745
William de Eccles quit claims
746
Henry de Whalleye demises to us
747
William de Eccles releases a rent
748
Henry de Whalleye grants a bovate to Hugh de Thellewell
749
FERNYLEGH Hugh de Thellewell grants to us
750
Hugh de Thellewell releases a rent
751
CopPEDROD Henry de Spotlond grants to us
752
SPOTLOND Henry de Spotlond releases a rent to us
753
BRODEHALGH Alexander de Ailwarderod releases a rent
754
CoPPERODE Hugo Huntohen releases right
764
Further release
765
FARDANcLogH Henry de Spotlond releases a rent
766
SPOTLOND Robert de Spotlond releases a rent
767
Geoffrey de Berdeshull releases a rent
768
Ralph de ffalenges releases a rent
769
Andrew de ffalenges releases a rent
770
Adam de ffalenges releases a rent and services
771
BRODEHALGH Alexander de Spotlond grants to William Sargeant
773
FALENGE Adam del ffeld grants land
774
Robert de Campo releases land
775
STONLEGH Robert de Spotlond grants
776
HELEYE Clement de Heleya grants two bovates
777
HELEYHALGHEs Peter de Heleya grants to us 67 HALGHES Andrew Kay grants to us
778
Adam de Heleye releases a moiety
779
HELEYE Henry de Heleye releases right
780
Robert de Heleye releases
781
Hugh de Mitton grants to Clement de Rach
782
WARDLE William de Wardhul grants land
783
SPOTLOND Alexander de Spotlond releases services
784
IREFORD Liulphus Reddewoth grants a rood
785
Andrew de Chadewyk grants to us
786
TwofolDHEE Andrew de Chadewyk grants to us
787
Heleye Hawise de Heleye releases to Richard de Heleye 79 1
795
The sixtEEN T h Titi E coNcERNiNG CRoENToN WolU EToN AN D
801
BRETHARUE Agreement between us and John de Sutton
807
CROENToN Edmund de Lascy grants 81 1
812
Henry de Denton releases
822
Kyrkeby Margery the daughter of Richard grants
828
SrANwordle Adam de Wydenhull grants
835
STANwoRD Richard de Westeley also confirms
837
WHELToN Richard de Westeley grants Monkeshulles 888
838
Margery the daughter of William grants Whelcroft to her nephew Thomas de Wydenhull
839
Henry de Rixton releases
840
Henry de Rixton releases
841
Henry de Wydenhull also releases
842
He confirms
843
StanwoRD c Richard Fytton confirms
845
GoNoLFEMORE Richard de Olreton grants pasture
847
Richard de Wythenhull confirms
849
Agnes his relict releases
850
Richard de Hoghton quit claims
851
WythENHULL Richard de Olreton grants three acres to Alam de Blakeburn
852
GoNolfeMoRE Richard de Olreton grants pasture to Cokersond
853
BRADEscHAgh Abbot of Cockersond grants to us
854
Richard de Olreton quit claims S54 35 Henry de Wythenhull quit claims
856
MoNKEshULL Margaret de Hephall releases puture
857
John de Heppal also releases
858
WythENHULL Henry de Wythenhull releases
859
Ellen de Olreton also releases
860
Richard de Olreton confirms
861
Another confirmation
862
HeRE BEGINs the EIGHTEENTH Title coNcERNiNG MAUNtoN
877
MAUNTON AND SwYNToN Richard de Workedley confirms
884
Richard de Workedlegh releases
888
HoPE Roger de Penhulbury releases
889
MAUNToN AND SwyntoN Henry de Workedlegh releases
890
MAUNTON William de Eccles grants to Geoffrey de Byron
891
Henry de Workedlegh confirms
892
HoPE Richard de Eccles releases
893
MAUNToN Matilda de Barton grants half a bovate to William de Eccles
894
Isabel de Byron releases
895
BARTON Agnes de Barton renounces
896
SwyntoN Matthew de Notton grants to Richard de Byron
897
Richard de Maunton grants to Geoffrey de Byron
898
Elena de Maunton releases
899
Another release
900
HALghToN Geoffrey de Workedlegh grants to Richard de Byron
901
MAUNTON Yarwirth de Maunton grants to Geoffrey de Byron
902
Yarwyrth the son of Morgan grants to Geoffrey his son
903
Richard de Workedlegh grants a bovate to Roger his son
904
Richard de Workedlegh releases to Richard de Byron
905
MAUNTON John de Bromyhurst releases
906
WESTwoD John de Bromyhurst releases
907
Another release
908
4i Certificate thereof
909
BLAKELowe Richard le Rimour releases tem aeres
910
WestewooD Alice de Wythington releases
911
John de Wythington releases
912
Richard his son releases
913
Cecilia de Barton releases
914
William de Eccles releases
915
MAUNTON Margery de Swynton releases
916
Copy of a deed from the Abbot of Stanlawe to Robert de Eccles
917
SwyNTON Mathew de Notton releases twenty acres to Gilbert his brother
918
HoPE Jordan de Hulton releases to us
919
SwyNTON Agnes de Swynton releases
920
MoNyTHoRNEs Yarwirth de Barton releases to us
921
WoRKEDLEGH Richard de Workedlegh grants the site of a barn
922
Henry de Workedlegh grants a pound of wax
923
MAUNTON Richard de Workedlegh releases homage and services
924
Agreement concerning services between us and Richard de Workedlegh
925
Henry de Workedlegh confirms
926
Richard Hunewyn grants to us
927
Agnes his daughter releases
928
Albreya de Sale grants to Richard de Workedlegh
929
Elema de Eccles releases to William her son
930
SwYNTON William de Eccles grants to Richard de Workedlegh
931

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Page 684 - In the early times of our legal constitution, the king's greater barons, who had a large extent of territory held under the crown, granted out frequently smaller manors to inferior persons to be holden of themselves ; which do therefore now continue to be held under a superior lord, who is called in such
Page 684 - feudal profits of wardships, marriages, and escheats, which fell into the hands of these mesne or middle lords, who were the immediate superiors of the terre tenant, or him who occupied the land ; and also that
Page 684 - which directs that upon all sales or feoffments of land the feoffee shall hold the same not of his immediate feoffors but of the chief lord of the fee, of whom
Page 684 - tenant, or him who occupied the land ; and also that the mesne lords themselves were so impoverished thereby, that they were disabled from performing their services to their own superiors. This occasioned first
Page 684 - 9 Henry III., that no man should either give or sell his land without reserving sufficient to answer the demands of his lord ; and
Page 716 - feodi illius seruicijs inde debitis et consuetis. In cuius rei testimonium has literas nostras fieri fecimus patentes. Teste meipso apud Ebor. xx. die
Page 933 - a description of the Kingdom of the Mercians, the lives of St. Etheldred and St. Sexburgh, the foundation of the City of Chester, and a Chronicle of our Kings.
Page 736 - to the latter part of the reign of Henry III. or the beginning of Edward I.
Page 721 - et successorum meorum dédisse et concessisse et hac presentí carta mea confirmasse Deo et sánete Marie et
Page 900 - totum ius et clameum quod habui vel aliquo modo habere potui in tota terra illa cum