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fee of £4 13s. 4d.; to hold the same during the minority of Edward son and heir of John Grey Lord Powes, as long as the said manor remains in the king's hands. The said Richard to have 40s. for having executed the said office of steward from the death of the said 5 lord. Delivered Westminster 17 May 6 Hen. VIII (ibid. 805 n. 5089). 1514 27 July P. S. For the monastery of Hawtemprice York. Pat. 6 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 7. Congé d'élire on the death of John Womberslay late prior. Eltham 21 July 6 Hen. VIII. Delivered Otford 27 July. II Petition of the convent for the above. The IO king's grandmother was "late foundryce" of the monastery (ibid. 849 n. 5275).

1514 3 Aug. P. S. For Elizabeth Lysle alias Lyele the queen's gentlewoman. Grant at the queen's request, of a field called Northburghilles late in the tenure of John Boyrole; half a bondage and 15 lands late in the tenure of William Meese; a bondage and lands late in the tenure of Richard Skelton; lands late in the tenure of John Graunte; 34 acres of land and meadow late in the tenure of Richard Mason; 19 acres of meadow in Langmede; a field called Crakeholm, late in the tenure of John Tyght; and half a bondage, late in tenure of 20 Stephen Gylmyn. The premises form a parcel of the manor of Maxhey Northt., and were granted to Thomas Fouler and Edith his wife, now deceased, during the life of the said Edith, by charter of John bishop of Rochester, Hugh bishop of Exeter, Sir William Knyvet, Sir David Philips, Henry Hornby clk., Humphrey Conyngesby serjeant at law, 25 Robert Barnard clk., Hugh Assheton clk., John Saint John, Gabriel

Silvester clk., John Footehede clk., Robert Brudenell serjeant at law, James Whitstones clk. and William Bedell, who were enfeoffed by the king's grandmother, Margaret late countess of Richmond. Eltham 4 July 6 Hen. VIII. Delivered Westminster 3 Aug. (ibid. 852 n. 5296). 30 1515 21 Apr. S. B. For Sir John Sharp and Hugh Edwardes sewer of the chamber. Pat. 6 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 30. To be keepers, in survivorship, of the castle and bailiffs of the manor of Maxey Northt., keepers of Bourne park and castle Linc., and keepers of the swans in cos. Northt. and Linc., lately belonging to Margaret 35 countess of Richmond. Delivered Knoll 21 April 6 Hen. VIII. (Calendar of State Papers Hen. VIII. 11 109 n. 350).

1515 11 May S. B. For Jas. Morice gentleman usher and Hugh Edwardes sewer of the chamber. Pat. 7 Hen. VIII p. 1 m. 14 and 15. To be surveyors and receivers general of the possessions of Margaret 40 late countess of Richmond. Delivered Westminster 11 May 7 Hen. VIII (ibid. 127 m. 440).

1515 10 July S. B. For the executors of Margaret countess of Richmond. Pat. 7 Hen. VIII p. 3 m. 32. Pardon and release to Ric. bp. of Winchester, John bp. of Rochester, Chas. earl of Worcester, 45 Sir Th. Lovell, Sir Hen. Marney, Sir John Seynt John, Hen. Hornby clk. and Hugh Assheton clk. executors of Margaret countess of Richmond. Delivered Westminster 10 July 7 Hen. VIII (ibid. 183 n. 684).

1515 10 July S. B. For the same. Pat. 7 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 30. Mortmain licence to grant lands to the annual value of £200 to the master and scholars of St John's college Cambridge. Delivered Westminster 10 July 7 Hen. VIII (ibid.n. 689).

1515 15 Nov. S. B. For Eliz. Lysle gentlewoman to queen 5 Katharine. Grant, for her services, of an enclosure called Norburghilles, late of John Byrde; lands late of Wm. Meese, Ric. Skelton, John Graunte and Ric. Mason; land in Langemede, an enclosure called Crokeholme, late of John Tyght; and a half of the bondage late of Stephen Gylmyn, parcel of the manor of Maxhey Northt., IO lately held by Thomas Fouler and Edith his wife, deceased; of the grant of John bp. of. Rochester, Hugh bp. of Exeter, Wm. Knyvet and others, feoffees of the king's grandmother princess Margaret late countess of Richmond. Delivered Westminster 15 Nov. 7 Hen. VIII

(ibid. 304 n. 1155).

1516 14 Feb. P. S. 7 Hen. VIII p. 3 m. 8.

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For John Thomas and Robert his son. Pat. To be bailiff, in survivorship, of Tremyngton Devon, with 4d. a day; on surrender of patent 5 Feb. 1 Hen. VIII, granting the office to Roger Ratclif, servant of the queen, for services to Margaret countess of Richmond. Greenwich 10 Feb. 7 Hen. 20 VIII. Delivered Westminster 14 Feb. (ibid. 428 n. 1543).

1516 17 June S. B. For Th. ap Owen. Pat. 8 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 24. Annuity of £7. 13s. 4d., in consideration of severe wounds received in the wars, out of the lordships of Iscoyd and Enymoneth S. Wales, parcel of the possessions of Margaret late countess of 25 Richmond. Delivered Westminster 17 June 8 Hen. VIII (ibid. 614 n. 2058).

1517 17 Feb. S. B. For Robt. Symmys. Pat. 8 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 22. Lease, for 21 years, of the lordship of Rydlyngton Rutl., lately belonging to Margaret countess of Richmond, at the annual 30 rent of £9. 3s. 8ąd., and 20s. of increase. Delivered Westminster 17 Feb. 8 Hen. VIII (ibid. 947 n. 2935).

1517 24 March P. S. For John Webster. Pat. Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 19. To be bailiff during pleasure of the lordship of Ledenham and Fulbeke Linc., late of Margaret countess of Richmond. Green- 35 wich 4 March 8 Hen. VIII. Delivered Westminster 24 March (ibid. 980 n. 3053).

1517 12 Apr. S. B. For Gerard Danet squire of the body. Pat. 8 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 18. Lease for 21 years of the lordship of Enderby Leic., late of Margaret countess of Richmond, at an annual rent of £22. 3s. 4d, and 3s. 4d. of increase. Delivered Westminster 12 April 8 Hen. VIII (ibid. 1006 n. 3118).

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1517 1 Aug. S. B. For David Cecyll. Pat. 9 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 4. Leases for 21 years of lands in Esynden Rutl. and a pasture called Shenyngthorp Linc., lately belonging to Margaret countess of 45 Richmond, at an annual rent of £18, and 3s. 4d. of increase. Delivered Westminster 1 Aug. 9 Hen. VIII (ibid. 1128 n. 3551).

1517 17 Sept. S. B. For Geo. Smyth. Pat. 9 Hen. VIII p. 2 m. 6. Lease for 21 years of the manor of Aydon Northt., part of the possessions of Margaret late countess of Richmond, at an annual rent of £12, and 13s. 4d. increase. Westminster 17 Sept. 9 Hen. VIII 5 (ibid. 1164 n. 3691).

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1518 27 Mar. S. B. For Geo. Quarles. Pat. 9 Hen. VIII p. 1 m. 13. Lease of the site of the manor of Westedepyng Linc. and lands near the manor, possessions of Margaret late countess of Richmond. Teste 27 Mar. (ibid. 1248 n. 4037).

1518 27 March S. B. For Hugh Edwardis. Pat. 9 Hen. VIII p. 1 m. 25. Lease of various lands in Maxsey Northt., possessions of Margaret late countess of Richmond. Teste 27 Mar. (ibid. n. 4038).

1518 29 April S. B. For Sir Edw. Nevyll. Pat. 10 Hen. VIII 15 p. 2 m. 1. Lease for 21 years of the custody of the hundred of Shedlyngton and Lyghfeld Kent, parcel of the possessions of Margaret late countess of Richmond, at the annual rent of 26s. 8d. and 3s. 4d. increase. Delivered Westminster 29 April 10 Hen. VIII (ibid 1277 n. 4130).

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1518 23 May R. O. (roll, 8 skins). The executors of Margaret countess of Richmond. "A breviat declaration of seven several accounts taken by the late Thomas Hobson and other auditors at sundry times of the executors of Margaret countess of Richmond and Derby," sc. of her plate, jewels, wardrobe of beds and of robes, 25 from St John Baptist's Day 1 Hen. VIII to 23 May 10 Hen. VIII.

Wardrobe of beds Silks and drapery "Kitchen

The executors are charged in the first account with plate and great jewels to the value of £4,213. 4s. 31⁄2d. Small jewels valued at £250. 0s. 34d. Chapel stuff £1,193. 18s. 2d. £982. 148. 1d.; of robes £126. 19s. 7d. 30 £158. 3s. 4d. Wines left in the cellar £28. 38. 4d. stuff" £16. 9s. 74d. Stuff in the store house, standards and chests, spices, palfreys and chariots, "small trash," with glasses etc. Ready money £3,595. 8s. 94d. Obligations £783. 6s. 8d. Money prested to sundry persons £242. Os. 23d. Bequest to the bp. of Exeter paid 35 by Master Ashton her general receiver £66. 13s. 4d. Balance of the accounts of William Bedell treasurer of her household, Rob. Tremyngham treasurer of her chamber, and of Rob. Shorton late master of St John's coll. Camb. Money due by Katharine countess of Devon and received by the master of St Thomas of Acres.-Sum 40 total of charge £17,664. 2s. 0åd.

Bequests and legacies: To the king £490. 5s.; the queen £202. 10s.; the queen of Scots £25. 2s. 6d.; the princess of Castile (Mary) £82. 88. 4d.; and minor bequests to others (see vol. 1 n. 236). Payments made by command of the executors. 1. By Philip Morgan 45 doctor of physic for expenses of my lord of Rochester and others, "for board wages of divers gentlewomen, for rewards given to divers persons in money, distributed at Hatfield at the month's mind and

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for the bulls of Christ's college in Cambridge," £91. 148. 10d. 2. By Sir Th. Mawdesley for expenses, inter alia to Harry Parker esq. for such money as my lady's grace received at the christening of his children. 3. By Dr Metcalf: to the abbot of Westminster for a composition made at her burial; for expenses of messengers and 5 payments to master Scott for the building of Christ's college; for the bulls of St John's college; for the purchase of land; for the finding of offices (inquisitions post mortem), for exhibition of certain poor men and women at Hatfield etc. 4. To Mundy of London goldsmith for mending cups of gold. 5. Expense of scutcheons etc. IO 6. By Nicholas Saunder one of the clerks of the kitchen, for expenses of the household "from the first day that the said princess sickened unto the month's mind," £551. 14s. 2d. 7. Probate of testament paid to my lord of Canterbury £80. 7s. To my lord cardinal and to John Heron, to appropriate the hospital of Ospryng 15 to St John's college Cambridge, and to John Underhill late master of the hospital for repairs. To Master John Shorton and Mr Allen Percy, late master of St John's college, for building and purchasing lands. 8. To James Mores, Master Scott and others, for the building of Christ's college. 9. Debts to Wm. Long. 10. To my lord 20 chamberlain, Sir Th. Lovell, Sir Harry Marney, Masters Compton, Broke, Pigott, Roper, Wode, Hales, Batmanson, Dr Kidwelley and others, for their counsel and labour concerning my lady's testament. 11. To the bp. of Rochester and others for matters relating to the To garter-king-at-arms for scutcheons. To Dr Metcalf mas- 25 ter of St John's money received from Katharine countess of Devonshire £122. 188. 8d. Total of allowance and payments £10,627. 14s. 9 d. "And so remaineth in the hands of divers persons, as in the said accounts it doth appear, whose names and sums hereafter be written," £7036. 7s. 3ąd. “(Mem. that afterward that the said 30 executors of the said princess had made and yielded their accounts, the said reverend father in God, bp. of Rochester and Master Hugh Ashton, two of the said executors, gave full power and authority unto the master and fellows of St John's college in Cambridge to receive and levy to the use of their college, and to the further per- 35 formance of the last will of the said princess after the mind and intent of the said executors, all such sums of money of the remainder aforesaid as they can get; by the virtue wherof the said master Dr Metcalf, now master of the said college, received the said sum of £122. 18s. 2 d. of the said reverend father, as before is 40 expressed, and also hath received certain sums of money of divers persons underwritten to the use of the said college)”.

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Sums in the hands of Katharine countess of Devon, bp. of Winchester, lord Herbert, lord Burgavenny, bp. of Durham, Sir John Seynt John, Dr Chamber, Hugh Asshton, Master Froknoll, Master 45 Perker, Rob. Fremingham, Sir Th. Lovell, the bp. of Exeter (for certain plate, £10. 10s. 5d., and for the story of Honeyball sold to him £17. 118. 8d.); Wm. Elmar; Wm. Love (for a sparver of white

linen, a pair of blankets and an Irish happing, sold to him, 9s. 8ď); Henry Hornby; Edw. Waxer; Master Danet; the treasurer (for a chair covered with crimson velvet, 30s., and 383 yds. of sultwith 6s. 51⁄2d.); Nicolas Saunder (for 43 yds. of sultwith and one candle5 stick place 7s. 5d.); Sir Th. Mawdesley (for a white happing 16d.); Master Peksale (for a pair of blankets and 2 Norfolk coverings 5s, 4d.); Lawrence Canwyke (for a pair of blankets 16d.); Rob. Edlyn (for a bed and a bolster 4s.); Master Beaconsale (for a feather bed with a bolster 6s. 8d.); Ric. Stukeley and Margaret his wife; IO the dean of St Paul's (for 11 ells of fine linen 25s. 8d.); the bp. of Exeter (for a feather bed of down not appraised); bp. of Winchester (two feather beds of down not appraised); Rob. Fyvepounde (for cushion of tapestry 20d.); the gardener (for two happings and a Norfolk covering 2s. 8d.); the executors of Mistress Massey (for 15 stuff sold to her); Dr Gabriel (for a sparver of satin brigs 50s.); John Moundy (for 15 oz. of beryl and jasper, valued at 30s. an oz., but the price finally reduced to £18. 7s. 6d.) Sir Th. Mawdesley; Master Hugh Ashton; persons named in the account of Wm. Bedyll treasurer of her household; Rob. and John le Straunge, John 20 Wode of Cambridgeshire, John Seynt John, my lady Jane. Expenses of the bp. of Rochester since 18 Jan. 6 Hen. VIII for himself and his servants riding to his place at Lambeth Marsh and to Cambridge on matters relating to the testament and the building of St John's coll. and the statutes of that and Christ's college Cambr. 25 £122. 7s. 6d. (ibid. 1297 n. 4183).

1519 18 Feb. S. B. Pat. p. 2 m. 18. Ric. Cecyll. Lease of lands in Marveek in the lordship of Burne Linc., parcel of the lands of the late countess of Richmond, for 21 years, at the annual rent of £3. 9s. 4d. and 10s. of increase. Delivered Westminster 18 Feb. 10 Hen. VIII 30 (ibid. II 32 n. 102).

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1519 28 Feb. P. S. Pat. p. 2 m. 15. Edw. Standebank. To be bailiff of Hollesworthy Devon, with 4d. a day, in the gift of the king by the death of his grandmother. Greenwich 26 Feb. 10 Hen. VIII. Delivered Westminster 28 Feb. (ibid. 33 n. 102).

1519 17 March S. B. Pat. p. 2 m. 25. Miles Brykehed. Lease of a water mill and certain parcels of lands, called Conygarth, Lyttylholme, "le parke," Willoughholte and Chekergarden, in the lordship of Thorp and Achwich Northt., parcel of the lands late of the countess of Richmond, at the annual rent of £6. 10s. Delivered Westminster 17 March 10 Hen. VIII (ibid. 58 n. 154).

1519 26 May S. B. Pat. p. 1 m. 21. Athelard Hubberd. Lease of three tenements in the market place in Boston Linc.1, parcel of the lands of the late countess of Richmond, for 21 years, at an annual rent of 60s., and 3s. 4d. of increase. Delivered Westminster 26 May 45 11 Hen. VIII (ibid. 94 n. 278).

Same day. S. B. Pat. p. 1 m. 22. Th. Turnour. Lease of a water 1 A description of their situation is given.

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