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  1. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Quitclaim

    Nicholas Chene, son of Thomas Chene
    to
    John Pereson of Quadring

    All actions and claims etc.
    Witnesses: Thomas Pharant, Perpetual Vicar of Quadring, Thomas Lyndsey and Richard Cheal of the same, and others.
    Quadring.

    Date: 19 May 1477

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 19 May 1477 BNLW/1/1/42/10

  2. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Will of Richard Pereson, Vicar of Quadring

    (inter alia) asks that his feoffees and executors maintain Richard son of John Pereson at Cambridge for three years. They are also to find a chaplain to celebrate in Quadring for twenty four years, after which they are to dispose of his property. Certain property is to revert to William Bele and Elena his wife.
    Not registered at Lincoln.

    Date: 17 Nov 1471

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 17 Nov 1471 BNLW/1/1/42/7

  3. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Quitclaim

    Thomas Edmond of Gosberton
    to
    Richard Pereson, Vicar of Quadring

    All his interest in one acre of land in Mylytoft, parish of Gosberton, between lands of the said Thomas on the east and west, abutting south on land of Richard Menwet, William Menwet and others, and north on land of William Cheyll.
    Witnesses: John Flouter, Richard Hunnyngham, William Pulter, Robert Thakker, Thomas Vassell, all of Gosberton, and others.
    Gosberton.

    Date: 3 Nov 1464

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 3 Nov 1464 BNLW/1/1/42/5

  4. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Grant

    William Sparow of Boston, chaplain, and Richard Baxter of the same, chaplain
    to
    John Person of Quadring

    A piece of land in Quadring called Foster Rige, situated between (land of) William Browne and John Person on the south and (land of) Thomas Meres and John Person on the north, abutting west on the common way and east on land of the Earl of Richmond; which William and Richard have by feoffment from Simon Godyng.
    Appointment of Thomas Dyke of Donington as attorney for livery of seisin.

    Date: 12 Oct 1475

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 12 Oct 1475 BNLW/1/1/42/9

  5. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Will of William Looke of Quadring

    Leaves his property to his daughter Janet, wife of John Dode, and her children Adlard, Cecily and Alicia. If they die without issue, it is to go to Richard Perysson, Vicar of Quadring and the other feoffees. He asks John and Janet to find him meat, drink and clothes.
    Not registered at Lincoln.

    Date: [c1465-c1470]

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: [c1465-c1470] BNLW/1/1/42/6

  6. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Quitclaim

    Katherine, widow of Thomas Modde of Quadring
    to
    dom Richard Peryssone, Vicar of Quadring, Richard Stybard of Gosberton, and William Haltoft of the same

    All her interest in a messuage and buildings in Quadring situated between a certain lane going from the highway from Northorpe to Quadring Church on the east, and land of Thomas Rudd junior and others on the west, abutting the said lane called le Kyrkscyte on the south and land of Elizabeth Arcle on the north.
    Witnesses: Robert Greyve, Nicholas Menwyte, Walter Sleygth, William Stevenett, Thomas Broun, carter, all of Quadring, and others.
    Quadring.

    Date: 11 July 1452

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 11 July 1452 BNLW/1/1/42/3

  7. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Copy Will of Richard Pereson, Vicar of Quadring

    Date: 17 Nov 1471

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 17 Nov 1471 BNLW/1/1/42/8

  8. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Final Concord

    Richard Cust senior and Milicent his wife
    to
    Richard Cust junior.

    Two messuages, one barn, two gardens, two orchards, 30a of land, 30a of pasture, 2r of wood etc. in Quadring
    Easter term.

    Date: 1574

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1574 BNLW/1/1/42/14

  9. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Grant

    John Loke of Quadring and Robert Pasmer of the same
    to
    Richard Pearson of Gosberton, John Stevenson, Thomas Wryght, John Danyell junior, John Greyve and Thomas Glover, all of Quadring

    A piece of land in Quadring called Colddon Pyngell, situated between land of the said Richard Peerson, chaplain on the south and land of Richard Allage on the north, abutting east on meadow called Barum and west on bondage-tenure land of Wekys.
    Witnesses: John Danyell senior, Thomas Rud, Thomas Thryfte, Richard Alage and Henry Helwys of Quadring, and others.
    Quadring.

    Date: 27 Nov 1441

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 27 Nov 1441 BNLW/1/1/42/2

  10. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Grant

    Richard Warde of Quadring
    to
    John Adam of Quadring, chaplain, John Boulls son of John Boulls late of the same, Roger Hyston of Donington, John Goodeale of Seafeld, Richard Beele of Pinchbeck, Roger Beele of the same, William Beele, son of the said Richard, Thomas Rudd of Quadring, Robert Snell, John Dixson and John Adam of the same, and Hugh Rudd of Donington
    All those messuages, lands, cottages and tenements etc. in Quadring, Donington, Gosberton, Surfleet and other places in the county of Lincolnshire which belonged to Richard Pereson and were conveyed to Richard Warde by Pereson and John Adam, chaplain.
    Witnesses: Thomas Browne of Quadring, Thomas Pasmer, William Cheile, Christopher Cheile, John Browne, all of the same, and others

    Date: 3 Dec 1518

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 3 Dec 1518 BNLW/1/1/42/13

  11. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Exchange

    Richard Pereson of Quadring, chaplain
    to
    Henry Meres, gent., Robert Justice, chaplain, John Pereson, Thomas Carter, and William Greive of the same and William Beele of Pinchbeck

    Five pieces of land, of which 1a 2r were acquired from Robert Knoppe of Quadring, deceased, situated (inter alia) next to a marsh dyke on the east, 1a from Thomas Carter abutting the way to Scalehyll on the north, 3 stongs from Richard Cheile, abutting Claygate on the west, 2r called Galokacre Rigg from the executors of William Stanard, and 2r from the same, abutting Podeholegate on the east.
    These lands are in exchange for a messuage and garden late of Robert Savery of Quadring Edyke, as specified in a schedule in the feoffment.
    Warranty
    Witnesses: Robert Osburne of Quadring, Christopher Smyth, Philip Sherford, William Stele, Thomas Alech, all of the same, and others.
    Quadring.

    Date: 30 Sep 1488

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 30 Sep 1488 BNLW/1/1/42/11

  12. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Exchange

    Henry Meres, gent., Robert Justice, chaplain, John Pereson, Thomas Carter, William Greive, all of Quadring and William Beele of Pinchbeck
    to
    Richard Pereson of Quadring, chaplain

    A messuage with a garden adjacent, late belonging to Robert Savery, situated in Quadring Edyke, between land of Stephen Barom on the south and villein-tenure of Peterborough Abbey on the north, abutting land of Thomas Meres esq. on the east and the common way on the west; which, together with other property they held with Richard Hunnyngham of Gosberton and Richard Cheyle of Quadring, deceased, by feoffment from Richard Pereson, late Vicar of Quadring.
    In exchange for lands as specified (in BNLW/1/1/42/11) above.
    Appointment of Robert Osburne and John Rudd of Quadring as attornies for livery of seisin.
    Witnesses: Robert Jackson, Roger Mattemaker, Richard son of Henry Smyth, John Danyell junior, Thomas Adam, all of Quadring, and others.
    Quadring.

    Date: 1 Oct 1488

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 1 Oct 1488 BNLW/1/1/42/12

  13. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Grant

    Gilbert Fyncham of Quadring
    to
    dom John Preston and dom John Iwell, chaplains, Richard Wythbred of Surfleet and John Robert of Gosberton

    All those messuages, lands and tenements etc. which he has in Quadring, Gosberton and Donington.
    Warranty
    Witnesses: John Baley of Quadring, Richard Mason, Ralph son of Richard, John Mennet and Nicholas Holand of the same, and others.
    Quadring.

    Attached to the above:- This feoffment is made on the condition that the feoffees shall after the death of Gilbert enfeoff Joan his wife for term of her life in respect of the said property; after her death they shall enfeoff William his son in respect of those lands etc. which Gilbert acquired from Robert Gybbun and John his brother, and from William Stevenson of Quadring; they shall enfeoff John and Richard, sons of Gilbert, jointly in the capital messuage and other property which the feoffees hold in Quadring, Gosberton and Donington.
    Further conditions in case of default of issue.

    Date: 20 Jan 1402

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 20 Jan 1402 BNLW/1/1/42/1

  14. Quadring (with some land in Gosberton, Donington and Surfleet)

    Grant

    Margaret, widow of William Cheyll, late of Gosberton, Richard Hunnyngham and William Pulter of the same
    to
    Richard Pereson, Vicar of Quadring, Thomas Edmonds of Gosberton and Richard Thakker of the same

    A capital messuage in Westhorpe, parish of Gosberton, with land adjacent , and also a piece of land there late belonging to William Cheyll of Westhorpe; the messuage is situated between the common sewer called Algarlode on the north and land late of the said William on the south, abutting west on the messuage of Richard Nutkyn and east on land late of William Stybard; the land lies between land of Sir John Tempest on the west and land of the heirs of Richard Vassell on the east, abutting north on land late of William Cheyll and south on land late of William Stybard, John Menwet and others; these properties were held by feoffment from William Cheyll.
    Warranty
    Appointment of Thomas Vassell of Gosberton and Robert Wyttylsay of the same as attornies for livery of seisin.
    Witnesses: William Sprotte, John Flouter, Richard Stybard, William Smyth and John Nutkyn of Gosberton, and others.
    Gosberton.

    Date: 8 Mar 1459

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Date: 8 Mar 1459 BNLW/1/1/42/4

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