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Item tenet unam acram terræ in Hollay prædicto jacentem in tribus parcellis &c.

Sequitur capitalis redditus villæ de Weryngton prædictæ ac pertinens hæreditati prædicti Petri Legh militis &c.

THOMAS DAWNE de Crawton tenet in capite de prædicto Petro et per servitium militare unum burgagium vacuum jacens in Newgate villæ de Weryngton inter burgagium nuper ædificatum Nicholai Blundell modo in tenura Rogeri Clerke ex parte australi et quatuor burgagia invicem jacentia hæreditatis Ranulphi Rixton in quibus Alanus Walton, Johannes Dychefeld, et Johannes Pulforthe modo inhabitant, quod redderet dicto Petro de capitali redditu per annum sexdecim denarios.

RICARDUS BRUCHE1 del Bruche tenet medietatem manerii sui del Bruche in capite per servitium militare cum omnibus membris messuagiis terris dominicalibus ac aliis terris et tenementis dicto dimidio prædicti manerii spectantibus de dicto Petro Legh quod quidem manerium cum pertinentiis jacet et situatur ex parte australi cujusdam brueræ vocatæ le Bruche hethe et sic extendentia versus quandam venellam ducentem a villa de Weryngton usque ad villam de Wulstone et sic a dicta venella usque ad aquam de Mersee quod quidem messuagium cum omnibus membris et terris dominicalibus suis cum suis pertinentiis jacent in latitudine inter quendam rivulum vocatum le Bruche broke ex parte occidentali et alium rivulum vocatum le Wulstone Broke ex parte orientali, quod quidem dimidium manerii prædicti cum pertinentiis reddunt dicto Petro de capitali redditu per annum duodecim denarios.

Item idem Ricardus tenet de prædicto Petro in capite per dictum

1 According to the pedigree of the Legh family, this Richard Bruche married Margaret Legh, the daughter of the compiler of the MS.

Also he holds one acre of land in Hollay aforesaid, lying in three parcels, &c.

Here follow the chief rents of the said town of Weryngton belonging to the inheritance of the aforesaid Peter Legh, knight.

THOMAS DAWNE of Crawton holds in capite of the aforesaid Peter and by military service, one vacant burgage lying in Newgate of the town of Weryngton between a newly erected burgage of Nicholas Blundell now in the tenure of Roger Clerke on the south, and four burgages lying together, the inheritance of Randle Rixton, in which Alan Walton, John Dychefeld, and John Pulforthe now dwell, which should render to the said Peter for chief rent sixteen pence yearly.

RICHARD BRUCHE del Bruche holds of the said Peter Legh half of his manor of Bruche in capite by military service, with all the members, messuages, demesne and other lands and tenements to the said half of the aforesaid manor belonging, which manor with its appurtenances lies and is situate on the south of a certain heath called le Bruche hethe, and extends from thence towards a certain lane leading from the town of Weryngton as far as the town of Wulstone, and so from the said lane as far as the water of Mersee, which said messuage [query, manor ?] and all its members and demesne lands with their appurtenances lie in breadth between a certain brook called le Bruche broke on the west and another brook called le Wulstone broke on the east; which said half of the manor aforesaid with the appurtenances renders to the said Peter for chief rent twelve pence yearly.

Also the same Richard holds of the aforesaid Peter in capite by

servitium unum messuagium cum orto eidem adjacente in quadam strata villæ de Weryngton vocata le Kyrkestrete vocatum le Barbor's lande jacens in longitudine dicti messuagii et in latitudine dicti orti inter novum messuagium nuper Henrici Fyssher legatum altæ ecclesiæ de Weryngton ex parte orientali et burgagium vacuum nuper Rogeri Arosmythe et Henrici Garnet ex parte occidentali et extendens in longitudine dicti orti et in latitudine dicti messuagii a prædicta strata de Kyrkestrete prædicta ex parte australi usque ad ortum dicti Rogeri in tenura Willielmi Holme ex parte boreali, quod quidem messuagium et ortum reddunt dicto Petro de capitali redditu per annum quatuordecim denarios.

Item dictus Ricardus tenet de dicto Petro duo burgagia jacentia in le Kyrkestrete villæ de Weryngton in capite scilicet cum una bovata terræ jacens in Hollay Arpeley et Pylothull cum una placea terræ vocata Rawrydynge quæ continet quatuor acras terræ, et tenet prædicta omnia per cartam, quæ valent tres solidos et octo denarios.

RANULPHUS filius et hæres Mathei de Rixton' tenet de dicto Petro Legh milite in capite per servitium militare quatuor burgagia invicem jacentia in quibus Alanus Walton, Johannes Dychefeld, et Johannes Pulforthe modo tenent et inhabitant, quæ quidem burgagium tenentur et situantur inter vacuum burgagium quondam Galfridi Werburton de Newcrofte ex parte boreali et alium vacuum burgagium Thomæ Daune de Crawton ex parte australi et extendunt in longitudine a regia strata de Newgate prædicta ex parte occidentali usque ad pomoerium Henrici Byrom nuper in tenura Johannis Hardewar ex parte orientali.

Item dictus Ranulphus tenet de prædicto Petro Legh in capite per servitium militare duo burgagia invicem jacentia in vico prædicto de Newgate villæ prædictæ in quibus Ricardus Lawe et Alicia

1 In a MS. collection of fines with which I have been favoured by Mr. Langton I find the following, which possibly relates to one of the houses here held by Randle de Rixton. "Apud Preston die Luna in secunda septimanâ quadragesimæ anno

the said service one messuage, with a garden called le Barbor's lande thereto adjoining, in a certain street of the town of Weryngton called le Kyrkestrete lying in length of the said messuage and in breadth of the said garden between a new messuage late of Henry Fyssher, and bequeathed to the high church of Weryngton, on the east, and an empty burgage late of Roger Arosmythe and Henry Garnet on the west, and extending in length of the said garden and in breadth of the said messuage from Kyrkestrete aforesaid on the south as far as the garden of the said Roger in the tenure of William Holme on the North; which messuage and garden render to the said Peter for chief rent fourteen pence yearly.

Also the said Richard holds of the said Peter two burgages lying in le Kyrkestrete in the town of Weryngton in capite, to wit, with one bovate of land lying in Hollay, Arpelay, and Pilot hull, with one place of land called Rawrydynge, which contains four acres of land; and he holds by charter all the aforesaid [premises,] which are worth three shillings and eightpence.

RANDLE, son and heir of Matthew de Rixton, holds of the said Peter Legh, knight, in capite by military service, four burgages lying together, in which Alan Walton, John Dychefeld, and John Pulforthe now dwell and inhabit, which burgages are held and are situate between an empty burgage formerly of Geoffrey Werburton of Newcrofte on the north, and another empty burgage of Thomas Dawne of Crawton on the south, and extend in length from the king's high way of Newgate aforesaid on the west, as far as the apple yard of Henry Byrom late in the tenure of John Hardewar on the east.

Also the said Randle holds of the said Peter Legh in capite by military service, two burgages lying together in the aforesaid street of Newgate of the town aforesaid, in which Richard Lawe and

ducatus Henrici ducis Lanc. septimo coram &c. Inter Ricum de Rixton quer. . . . Hugonem de Hawarden et Agn. uxorem ejus deforc. ...... uno messuagio cum pertin. in Weryngton unde pltum &c."

Turton modo inhabitant jacentia in latitudine inter magnum hospitium1 Willielmi Botiller quondam in tenura Willielmi Arosmythe sed modo in tenura Johannæ nuper uxoris Hamundi Nayler ex parte australi et alium burgagium sive messuagium dicti Willielmi Botiller in tenura Willielmi Sporis ex parte boreali et extendunt in longitudine a vico de Newgate prædicto ex parte orientali usque ad aliam parcellam terræ dicti Willielmi Botiller in tenura dicti Willielmi Sporis ex parte occidentali.

Item dictus Ranulphus tenet de prædicto Petro in capite per dictum servitium quinque parva burgagia invicem jacentia et situata sub uno tecto in vico de Newgate prædicto susum et josum2 muros fratrum Augustinensium villæ de Weryngton prædictæ jacentia in latitudine inter dictum vicum de Newgate ex parte orientali et muros dictorum fratrum ex parte occidentali et extendunt in longitudine a messuagio dicti Petri Legh in tenura Johannæ Johannis Doghtun ex parte boreali et messuagium Willielmi Botiller in tenura Roberti Webster ex parte australi.

Item tenet dictus Ranulphus de dicto Petro Legh tria burgagia sive messuagia invicem jacentia in capite per servitium militare situata in vico prædicto de Newgate dicta villæ videlicet ex orientali parte dicti vici et ex opposito prædicta quinque parva burgagia jacentia in latitudine inter messuagium et terram Laurentii Longetre in tenura Simonis Mason ex parte boreali et messuagium Willielmi Botiller in tenura Johannis Lawe ex parte australi et extendunt in longitudine a dicto vico de Newgate ex parte occidentali usque ad gardina dictorum Petri Legh, Willielmi Botiller, et Laurentii Longetre ex parte orientali. Quæ omnia prædicta messuagia et burgagia in tenura dicti Ranulphi Rixton reddunt dicto Petro Legh per annum de capitali redditu quinque solidos et duos denarios.

Item dictus Ranulphus Rixton tenet de dicto Petro in capite per dictum servitium dimidium unius burgagii vacui jacentis in vico de

1 Magnum hospitium in this place, I apprehend, can only mean the great inn of which Joan the widow of Hamon Nayler was the keeper.

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