Item 94 - Gift with warranty to Eustace, son of William Barun

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JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 79-99/Gray 80, 88-99/94


Gift with warranty to Eustace, son of William Barun


  • 1200-1228 (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 give to Eustace, son of William Barun of Newnham lands between land of Michael Malherb on one side, and the burial ground of the church and land of Bartholomew le Noble on the other, formerly held by Godwin Tailor, John Runwald and Martin Tostin. Rent: 2s and 4 gallons of oil to light lamp at altar of St Mary in church of St Radegund for the souls of William Holdgerd and Peter his father, and his mother and brother. Witnesses: Thomas Tuylet, Robert de St Edmund's, Master Bartholomew son of Ralph, Nicholas, his brother, William Tuylet, Michael Maleherbe, William Pilate, Reginald de Fordham, Reginald, his son, Bartholomew le Noble, William de Winebodesham, Reginald, his brother et aliis.

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Caryl D.17

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