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Notification of a grant in free marriage

Reference Name 2-ANC/3/A/1

John Bek of Eresby to William son of Robert de Wylegby with Alice his daughter.


1. 16½ acres of land in demesne in Ingoldemel (Ingoldmells):
10 in le saltland, the sewer called Saltlandflet on one side.
6½ in Gippecroft between the ditch on the east and south and the land called Gippeland on the other side.
Sexingent' 7 octo.

2. 608 acres in Ingoldmells with toft and crofts, inside and outside the town and inside and outside le hauedic and outside a marsh belonging to land once held by Alan Lawis:
10a. of Robert son of Richilda; Robert and his sequela etc.
10a. of Alan son of Robert son of Richilda, Alan and his sequela.
10a. of Muriel Harefot, Muriel and her sequela.
10a. of Walter Gippe, Walter and his sequela.
5a. of Robert son of Goderic, Robert and his sequela.
5a. of Alan Surmilke, Alan and his sequela.
10a. of Gilbert son of Gippe, Gilbert and his sequela.
15½a. of Robert son of Alan Lowis and Alice his maternal aunt, Robert and Alice and their sequela.
12½a. of Robert le Chapeler, Robert and his sequela.
11a. of William Beleuncle, William and his sequela.
11a. of Thomas Beleuncle, Thomas and his sequela.
11a. 1p. of William Atlegate, William and his sequela.
6a. of Hervey de Burg. Hervey and his sequela.

3. A rent of 11 shillings from the land once held by Walter Robbe, with all the free service due from that land.

Condition: the land and rent charge are to be held by William and Alice and the heirs of their body; if Alice dies without heirs it is to return to her father.

Witnesses: Lords Robert de Welle, Joslan de Bavent, Jordan de Asfordby, Gilbert de Orreby, Henry de Braytoft, Walter de Hamby, Walter de Freskena, William de Thorp, William son of Hugh de Wylegby, Alan de Agthorp, Peter de Lincoln, William the clerk of Yngoldemel and others.
Seal, wax, cross moliné Sigillum Johannis Bek.
Counterseal: cross moliné flanked by two sheaves with a sword above.
Endorsement (14th century) Johannes Bek de terra in villa & campis de Ingoldmells

Date: c1290

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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