Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

said John Hardewar on the south, and extending in length from the land of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of John Fulshagh on the west, as far as the land of William Botiller in the tenure of Alice, late wife of Roger Clerk the elder, on the east.

Also he holds one parcel of land within the town of Weryngton, in a place called le Old Yordes, lying between two parcels of land of Henry Birom in the tenure of John Hardewar and Thomas Dernelowe on the north, and a parcel of land of William Botiller in the tenure of John Massy on the south, and extending in length from land of John Pigot's wife, which she has under the name of her dower, but the inheritance of Randle Rixton, in the tenure of John Webster on the west, as far as land late of Gilbert Sothewurthe in the tenure of the said John Hardewar on the east.

Also the said John Hardewar holds of the said Peter Legh another parcel of land lying in a street of the said town called Bonke street, between the land of William Botiller in the tenure of John Massy on the west, and land of the said William Botiller in the tenure of Ralph Kellurmargh on the east, and extending in length from le Bonke strete aforesaid on the south, as far as the land of the said Peter Legh and Gilbert Sothewurthe in the tenure of the said John Hardewar on the north.

Also he holds of the said Peter Legh two acres of meadow ground, parcel of a certain meadow of the said Peter Legh in Arpeley aforesaid, containing eighteen acres of meadow; which said barn, with all the aforesaid lands, are worth to the said Peter twenty one shillings and two pence per annum.

ROGER HOLBROKE holds of the said Peter Legh, knight, one new messuage in the town of Warrington, with a new barn and seven gardens inclosed with hedges and ditches, containing two acres of arable land, with one oven, which oven is situate and lying near to

tion to France before the battle of Agincourt in 1415, and who appears in the muster roll (Nicolas's Agincourt, p. 353,) under the disguised name of Gybon de Southeworke.

domus et ecclesiam fratrum Augustinensium villæ prædictæ quod quidem messuagium orreum et gardina jacent et locantur in regali vico de Sonky yate prædicto videlicet ex parte australi dicti vici inter novum messuagium Willielmi Botiller quondam Henrici Lacheforthe ex parte orientali et orreum novum dicti Petri Legh cum terris dicto orreo annexis quæ sunt in tenura modo Ricardi Hardewar ex parte orientali et extendunt in longitudine a regia strata de Sonkey yate prædicta ex parte boreali usque ad gardinum cum arboribus ibidem crescentibus pertinens dictis fratribus Augustinensibus villæ prædictæ ex parte australi.

Item tenet quinque acras terræ arabilis cum sepibus et fossis inclusas jacentes in loco vocato Stanefeld prædicta inter terram dicti Petri Legh in tenura Willielmi Fletcher ex parte orientali et terram dicti Petri Legh in tenura Henrici Bullynge ex parte occidentali et extendunt in longitudine a prædicta strata de Sonky gate ex parte australi usque ad brueram de Weryngton ex parte boreali.

Item tenet alias duas acras terræ arabilis cum sepibus et fossis inclusas jacentes in Stanefeld predicta inter terram dicti Petri Legh in tenura dicti Johannis Hardewar ex parte orientali et terram dicti Willielmi Botyller in tenura Willielmi Barbor sed ratione dicti Petri Legh ut ipse dicit ex parte occidentali et extendunt in longitudine a prædicta strata de Sonky gate ex parte australi usque ad dictam brueram de Weryngton ex parte boreali.

Item tenet quinque acras terræ arabilis jacentes in campo de Arpeley prædicto inter litus aquæ de Merse ex parte fere occidentali et terram dicti Petri Legh in tenuris Willielmi Mulyngton et Willielmi Fletcher ex parte orientali et extendunt in longitudine a terra dicti Petri Legh in tenura Johannis Dychefeld ex parte fere boreali et partim orientali usque ad terram dicti Petri in tenura Ricardi Hardewar ex parte fere australi et partim occidentali,

the house and church of the Austin Friars of the aforesaid town; which messuage, barn, and garden lie and are situate in the aforesaid street1 called Sonky-yate, that is to say, on the south part of the said street, between a new messuage of William Botiller's, formerly Henry Lacheforthe's, on the east, and a new barn of the said Peter Legh, with the lands thereunto annexed, which are now in the tenure of Richard Hardwar on the west, and extend in length from Sonky-yate street on the north, as far as a garden with trees growing therein, which belongs to the said Austin Friars of the aforesaid town on the south.

Also he holds five acres of arable land inclosed with hedges and ditches in the aforesaid place called Stanefeld, between the land of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of William Fletcher on the east, and land of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of Henry Bullynge on the west, and extending in length from the aforesaid street called Sonky-yate on the south, as far as Weryngton heath on the north.

Also he holds two other acres of arable land inclosed with hedges and ditches lying in Stanefeld aforesaid, between the land of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of the said John Hardewar on the east, and the said William Botyller's land in the tenure of William Barbor, but as he says of right belonging to the said Peter Legh, on the west, and extending in length from the aforesaid street of Sonky-gate on the south, as far as the said Weryngton heath on the north.

Also he holds five acres of arable land lying in the open field of Arpeley aforesaid, between the shore of Mersee water towards the west, and land of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of William Mulyngton and William Fletcher on the east, and extending in length from land of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of John Dychefeld in part towards the north and in part towards the east, as far as the land of the said Peter in the tenure of Richard Hardewar in part towards the south and in part towards the west,

1 In the original it is the king's street, as we now say the king's highway.

quæ prædicta valent vel reddunt dicto Petro Legh per annum viginti unum solidos et undecim denarios cum servitio videlicet duorum dierum autumpnalium quæ valent quatuor denarios.

Et quum dictus Rogerus Holbroke tenet unam acram prati de prædictis septedecim acris prati dicti Petri Legh in Arpeley tunc dictus Rogerus reddet pro dicta acra per annum tres solidos et quatuor denarios.

§ Item dictus PETRUS LEGH miles habet in Arpeley predicto unum pratum continens septemdecim acras prati invicem jacentes inter terram arabilem Willielmi1 Gerard de Ince et scilicet terram arabilem Willielmi Botiller in tenura Johannis Arosmythe ex parte australi et partim orientali et altam viam que ducit a villa de Weryngton usque ad dictum pratum et per medium dicti prati de Arpeley ex parte boreali et partim occidentali et extendens in longitudine a prato dicti Willielmi Botiller in tenura tenentium de Weryngton ex parte occidentali usque ad terram arabilem dicti Petri in tenura Johannis Fulshagh et terram scilicet Willielmi Botiller in tenura uxoris Hamundi Nayler ex parte orientali quod pratum valet per annum dicto Petro Legh

RICARDUS DYCHEFELD tenet de dicto Petro unum messuagium cum stabulo et domo terricidiorum jacentia in dicta strata de Sonky gate infra dictam villam de Weryngton inter quoddam messuagium quondam Willielmi Baxter sed nunc Marie nuper uxoris Hamonis Assheton ex parte orientali et alium messuagium dicti Petri Legh in tenura Johannis Litche ex parte occidentali et prædictum messuagium cum pertinentiis in tenura dicti Ricardi Dychefeld jacet et situatur ex parte boreali prædicti strati et scilicet situatur inter

1 According to the History of Lancashire, (iii. 567,) the Gerard family acquired Ince in 1 Hen. IV., when John Gerard married, by dispensation, Ellen Ince, the heiress of that estate, to whom he was related in the fourth degree. After this marriage, the estate continued for several centuries in the Gerard name, and was finally sold to the Earl of Balcarres.

which aforesaid [premises] are worth or render unto the said Peter Legh yearly twenty one shillings and eleven pence, with two days' service in autumn, which is worth four pence.

And whenever the said Roger Holbroke holds one acre of the said Peter Legh's aforesaid seventeen acres of meadow in Arpeley, then the said Roger shall pay for the said acre per annum three shillings and four pence.

The said Sir PETER LEGH, knight, also hath in Arpeley aforesaid one meadow containing seventeen acres of meadow lying together, between the arable land of William Gerard of Ince and the arable land of William Botiller in the tenure of John Arosmythe on the south and in part towards the east, and the highway which leads from the town of Weryngton, as far as the said meadow and through the middle of the said Arpeley meadow on the north and in part towards the west, and extending in length from the said William Botiller's meadow in the tenure of his Weryngton tenants on the west, as far as the arable land of the said Peter in the tenure of John Fulshagh, and the said William Botiller's land in the tenure of Hamund Nayler's wife on the west, which meadow is worth per annum to the said Peter Legh . . . . . .

RICHARD DYCHEFELD holds of the said Peter one messuage, with a stable and a clod house1 lying in the said street called Sonky-gate within the said town of Weryngton, between a certain messuage formerly William Baxter's, but now of Mary late the wife of Hamon Assheton, on the east, and another messuage of the said Peter Legh in the tenure of John Litche on the west, which aforesaid messuage in the tenure of the said Richard Dychefeld, with its appurtenances, lies and is situate on the north of the aforesaid street, that is to say, between the said street of Sonky-gate afore

1 Domus terricidiorum.

« AnteriorContinuar »