• Shopping Basket: 0 items
  • Sign in or Register to start shopping


Notification of a grant in fee



Reference Name 2-ANC/3/A/19

Thomas Rygge of Welton, Thomas atte Halle of Candlesby and John Ashe to Robert Waterton and Thomas Cumberworth kts., John Langholme, John Raynold parson of Trusthorp and Thomas Spenser.
Property: manors of Lylleford, Northamptonshire, Hokyngton, Cambridgeshire, Pinchbeck and Belchford which they have of the grant of Robert Wylughby and Simon Felbrygg kts., excepting the bodies and sequele of John Grene senior and junior and Thomas Grene, villeins of Belchford.
The grantees are to hold the manors for 6 years from the 26 September last past when a marriage (matrimonium) was celebrated between Joan daughter of Robert Wylughby and Richard son and heir of Lyon lord Wells.
If at the end of this time Joan and Richard have not dissented to the marriage they are to have the manors for life. If either dissent after the end of the term the manors are to pass to John Archbishop of York, Robert Bishop of London, William Fitzhugh kt., Lord of Ravenswath, Robert Roos, William Tyrwhyt kts., William Paston justice of Common Pleas, William Caundyssh sergeant at law, Richard Haugh, Robert Forman, John Raithby, Richard Yerburgh, John Wyles and John Preston.
If neither dissent, after their deaths the manors are to remain to same feoffees.
3 seal tags, 1 armorial seal.
Endorsed 5.

Date: 1 Oct 1435

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

Archives

LincstothePast searches a catalogue of the many items held at Lincolnshire Archives and a selection of images relating to, for instance, maps and probate inventories. To view original documents, please contact Lincolnshire Archives . Please note that the inclusion of a catalogue entry on LincstothePast does not guarantee that an item is available for viewing, so it may be advisable to contact staff before a visit in order to avoid disappointment and a wasted journey.

If you are interested specifically in the Tennyson collection then further information can be found at: The Tennyson Research Centre

For more detailed/structured searches you may use: Advanced search

Helpful hint: If this record is part of a sequence of records arranged in a set of levels, you can scroll down and use the links below to navigate from here to record(s) which are above, below or at the same level as this record.

Helpful hint: Please quote the Reference Name / Number or the Lincstothepast item URL when contacting Lincolnshire Archives or the Tennyson Research Centre with any queries.

Helpful hint: If you want to search a particular collection, or filter out unwanted collections/records – remember you can use the facetted searching to refine your results (see right hand side of your search results page).

Sequence Details

This record is part of a sequence of records arranged in a set of levels. By using the links below you can navigate from here to record(s) which are above, below or at the same level as this record.

Last updated: 07-May-2015 17:22:13

Bookmark with:

What are these?

  • © 2012 Lincs To The Past, Lincolnshire Archives

Powered by Webstructure.NET