Five Court Rolls of Great Cressingham, Tr. with an Intr. and Notes by H.W. Chandler

Five Court Rolls of Great Cressingham, Tr. with an Intr. and Notes by H.W. Chandler

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: ...dcus Robtus est feoffat9 ad vsum dci Jobis Wace. Et tuc9 morgag9 p nutt heat1 alioquin stet in effcu. This biing a mere identical repetition of the clause above, p. 64, it is, for the sake of variety, given opposite in the scribe's Latin. Cur9 cu residuo Lete ifem tent' die Maitis px post festu Anunciacois beate Marie virgis anno suprascripto. Esson Johes Pawe de c5i p Robtum Pawe Aff. Fidelitas Ad banc Cur9 venit Johes Warde 1 fee9 dno fidelit9 D ij tentf libis iac9 in Cressyngham ma tent9 de diio p s9uic9 Johannes Wace extra Curiam coram Celerario Norvici sursum reddidit in manum domini quadragiuta acras tres rodas terrae cum uno void because messuagio nativo in Cressingham magna noentered) mine morgagii ad opus Roberti Whynbergh before heredum et assignatorum suorum Cui liberata est ei inde seisina nomine morgagii prnedicti tenenda sibi et assignatis suis per virgam ad voluntatem domini per servicia et consuetudines, etc. sub condicione quod dictus Johannes Wace indempnem conseruauerit dictum Robertum versus vicecomitcm Norfolciae de quodam scripto obligatorio viginti librarum legalis monetae in quo Johannes Boteler de Norwico vieecomiti praedicto tenetur et obligatur. Et si idem Johannes Wace comparuit et indempnem saluet praedictum Robertum Wynberg versus vicecomitem praedictum tunc dictus Robertus est feoffatus ad usum dieti Johannis Wace. Et tunc morgagium pro nullo habeatur, alioquin stet in effectu. 1491. March 29. A Court with the remainder of the Leet held there on Tuesday next after the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary the Virgin in the year above written. Excuse. John Pawe of the common excuse by Robert Pawe. He pledged his faith. Fealty. To the court came John Warde, and did fealty to the lord for two free tenements...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236586670
  • 9781236586674