The Publications of the Surtees Society, Volume 88

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Surtees Society, 1891 - Fines and recoveries - 476 pages
Report of Society appended to many volumes.
 

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Page 207 - Et preceptum est vicecomiti quod distringat eum per omnes terras, etc. Et quod de exitibus, etc. Et quod habeat corpus ejus hie in octabis sancti Michaelis, etc., per I.
Page 51 - Swayno descenditjus etc. cuidam Roberto ut filio et heredi, et de ipso Roberto descendit jus etc. cuidam...
Page 423 - ... Shakespeare gentleman, Complainant and Hercules Underbill gentleman deforciant ; of one messuage, two barns, two gardens, and two orchards with appurtenances in Stretford upon Avon : whereupon a plea of Covenant was summoned between them in the same Court ; that is to say, that the aforesaid Hercules hath...
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Page 135 - Et Thomas venit et nichil dicit quare assisa remaneat nisi tantum quod dicit quod quidam Nicholaus de Wygeberg...
Page 173 - ... distringat eos per omnes terras etc. et quod de exitibus etc. et quod habeat corpora eorum hie die louis etc.
Page 406 - Lekes, word and Claricia his wife, impedients ; for twenty,five acres of land in Fildeneford. Plea of warranty of deed was summoned. John and Claricia acknowledged the right of Walter as by their gift, to hold of them, rendering yearly one pair of white gloves or one penny at Christmas, and doing the regal service as much as belongs to so much land in that fee in that vill ; and they warranted against all men ; for this Walter gave them six marcs. 161. At Ivelcestre in a month of St. John Baptist...
Page 416 - Barker, esquire, deforciants, of two messuages, two gardens, three hundred acres of land, one hundred acres of meadow, two hundred acres of pasture, and fifty acres of wood, with the appurtenances, in Dale, whereupon a plea of covenant was summoned between them ; to wit, that the said Abraham, Cecilia, and John, have acknowledged the aforesaid tenements, with the appurtenances, to be the right of him the said David, as...
Page 420 - ... Chaumpeneys of Okenhull, querent ; and John son of Thomas Chanu of Sweyneswyk, deforciant ; for a messuage and a carucate of land in Sweyneswyk and Bathenestone. Plea of covenant was summoned. John Chanu acknowledged the tenements, namely whatever he had in the aforesaid vills, as in demesne and service, on the day this agreement was made, to be the right of John Chaumpeneys as by his gift, to hold of the chief lords of that fee ; and he warranted the same : for this John Chaumpeneys gave John...
Page 7 - Grave de libero tenemento suo in Roaude post primam etc. Et unde queritur quod disseisivit eum de duabus acris bosci cum pertinenciis. Et Walterus venit et nichil dicit quare assisa remaneat nisi tantum quod dicit quod predictus Willelmus nunquam fuit inde in seisina ita quod potuit inde disseisin.

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