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Deeds relating to Wolverton, Hertfordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Yorkshire, c.1200 - c.1700

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MS. D.D. Radcliffe a. 2

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Radcliffe dep. deeds 164-227.

Wolverton - Large Deeds, mostly in English, many on paper, receipts and bonds.
  1. 164. 1 May 1646/7
  2. 165. 25 Apr 1652
  3. 166. 26 Apr 1653
  4. 167. 24 Mar 1653-54
  5. 168. After 1654
  6. 169. 30 Mar 1655
  7. 170. 29 Jun 1655
  8. 171. 19 Apr 1656
  9. 172. 11 May 1658.
  10. 173. 20 Jan 1671-72
  11. 174. 7 Mar 1671-72
  12. 175. 8 Mar 1671-72
  13. 176. 8 Mar 1671-72
  14. 177. 8 Mar 1671-72
  15. 178. 11 Mar 1671-72
  16. 179. 5 Jul 1672
  17. 180. 6 Jul 1672
  18. 181. 14 Jan 1677-78
  19. 182. 27 Jan 1677-68
  20. 183. 28 Apr. 1679
  21. 184. 28 Apr. 1681
  22. 185. 18 Jul 1682
  23. 186. 6 May 1684-85
  24. 187. 22 Jun 1685
  25. 188. 10 Oct 1688
  26. 189. After 2 Nov 1688
  27. 190. After 2 Nov 1694
  28. 191-193. Incomplete Parts of 3 Deeds
Hertfordshire
  1. 194. Great Berkhampstead. 19 May 1295 (Latin)
  2. 195. Great Berkhampstead. 6 Apr 1296 (Latin)
  3. 196. Great Berkhampstead. 5 Dec 1296 (Latin)
  4. 197. Great Berkhampstead. 7 Oct 1321. (Latin)
  5. 198. A list of payments, undated, but roughly 1400, may belong here (Latin)
Leicestershire
  1. 199. Great Bowden (Magna Boudon). 16 Dec 1318
  2. 200. Market Harborough (Haverbergh) 30 Jun 1315
  3. 201. Market Harborough (Haverbergh). 23 Sep 1319
  4. 202. Market Harborough. 14 Jun 1332
  5. 203. Market Harborough (Hauerbergh). 1 Aug 1332
  6. 204. Market Harborough. 28 Sept 1342
  7. 205. Market Harborough. 31 Aug 1343
  8. 206. Market Harborough. 31 Oct 1343
  9. 207. Market Harborough. 6 Jun 1352
  10. 208. 'Buckdon'. Uncertain. Hauerbergh mentioned (or magna bukdona) early 13th century [The manor of the bishop of Lincoln]
Lincolnshire
  1. 209. Navenby. Quit claim by R[ichard de Garvesend] Bishop of Lincoln [1258-1280] to Godfrey de Dersingham, master of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem of Mere of land in N. Witnesses include W. de Lexton' [Lessington or Lexington] dean of Lincoln [1263-72], & W. de Schirewde, treasurer [known in 1258 & 1267]
Northamptonshire
  1. 210. Little Billing. 20 Nov 1684
  2. 211. Little Billing. 20 Jun 1689
  3. 212-213. Little Billing. Two lists of documents, duplicate, the last document dated 27 Sep 1688
  4. 214-215. Little Billing. Two rent-rolls, undated
  5. 216. Little Bowden. In French. Declaration from John de Honton, warden of the fees (gardeyn des feds) of the right honourable lord, sir Edward, eldest son to the noble King of England and France, Prince of Wales, duke of Cornwall, earl of Chester of his fees of Chester, Wallingford, Staynt Wallery and Berkhampstead, concerning lands of William Maureward, a ward. Dated at 'Touecestre' 19 Dec 1346. (Petite Boudon)
  6. 217. Kislingburgh (Kislingbir'). 12 Jun 1280
  7. 218. Moulton. Grant from Thomas de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, to John Longevylle Esquier of the manor of Multon', Northants. In French. 8 Jun 1400
  8. 219. Northampton. Adam le Roper of Northm to Robert son of Henry Hurges, of N. Two mess. in Cowlane. Philip le Rows & Robert de O -, coroners of the town, and Jordan de Tueye (?) and William le Cappe, baillifs of the same, among the witnesses. Late 13th century
  9. 220. Hugh, abbot of Suleby [cl.1276] to Robert son of Thomas of North, a messuage 'in vico Lanariorum'. John le Ospeter, mayor; William le Fraunceis and Richard le Frauser, bailiffs, among the witnesses
  10. 221. Richard, master of the hospital of St. John, Norht [R. de Helmdon, el. 1291] to the same R. son of T. a messuage 'in vico sancti Johannis', John le Megre, mayor; Richard of St. Neot and C – de Crowethorpe, bailiffs, among the witnesses
  11. 222. A badly mutilated deed mentioning goldsmiths in Northampton. Early 13th century
  12. 223. A badly mutilated deed concerning the Carmelite friars in N. John Houghton, mayor, and Richard Rynglond clerk, mentioned in the enrolling clause on verso. 12 Mar 1379-80
  13. 224. Stoke Doyle. 20 ? Sept. 1339. John, parson of the church of Wykehamond, and Richard, parish chaplain of Radclyne, grantors. (Stoke Doylly)
Staffordshire
  1. 225. Creighton. 10 Apr– Late Henry VIII. In English (Creyghton)
Warwickshire
  1. 226. Whitnash. Robert, son of Humphrey Hasta[n]g to his son Humphrey. All his land in Whitenasse. End of 12th century
Yorkshire
  1. 227. Bedale. 12 Jun 1685. In English

Dates

  • c.1200 - c.1700

Extent

1 box

Language of Materials

  • English
  • Latin
  • French

Shelfmark

MS. D.D. Radcliffe a. 2

Repository Details

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