Item Add. Deeds 11 - Gift with warranty (indenture)

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JCMR/Add./Add. Deeds 1-83/Add. Deeds 1-16, 27/Add. Deeds 11


Gift with warranty (indenture)


  • 1200-1230 (Creation)

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(fl 1213-1230)

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Letitia was Prioress at the time of Bishop Eustace's composition respecting All Saints' Church and St John's Hospital, which was not later than 1213; she occurs in Pedes Finium, 1228.

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Prioress Letitia and the nuns to William Champeneys of Stanton for his homage and services 10 acres of land, which Avice Bacun gave them for the use of the infirmary, viz.: the croft of Felice, which lies between the lands of William, son of Austin, and croft of Simon, son of Herbert. Also 4 selions under Hel', between the land of Sir William de Cheney and the land formerly of Richard de Evesham. Also 6 selions abutting on the boundry of Hokiton, between land held by William Cole and land formerly of Richard Evesham. Also 4 selions under Michelhowe, between the land of Robert Kyng and that of Richard Levesson. Also 1 acre formerly belonging to Constance, daughter of William Chaplain, lying between the land of Lady Avice de Stanton and the land held by William Sygar in Medwedich. Also 4 selions in Oxemedwe, between land of Richard Guve and land of Henry Grene. Also 2 selions abutting on Wivrlingemere, lying between land of Sir William de Cheney and land of William Bolle. Also 4 selions at Windelond, between land of Simon, son of Seberg, and land of Stranton Church. Also 3 selions at Hawey between land of William Cole and land of Robert, son of William, reeve of the Berewe (Bury?). Rent: to the infirmary 1 mark. Witnesses: Sir (Dominus) Henry de Nafford; Sir Philip de Stanton, Henry de Colne, sheriff, Henry de Colevile, Sir Herbert, parson of Stanton, John de Oure, Werric de Kam, Adam, son of Eustace of Cambridge, Eustace, son of Hervey, Robert Seman, William Pilate, Anger Russ (Ruffus) et aliis.

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Caryl A.20( c )

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