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1546, 20 May, 38 Hen. VIII. Release from Thomas Wellis, of Brambrige, Southampton, esq., to Nicholas Tychebourn of Tychebourn, esq., of all his right in the lands and tenements called le Hayes in the parish of Westistede. Signed "By me Thomas Wellys.”—[236.]

Seal with initials.

1546, 20 May, 38 Hen. VIII. Release from Owin Oglethorpe, S.T.P., to Nicholas Tichebourne of Tichebourne of all his right in the above lands called le Hayes. Signed "per me Owinum Oglethorpe.”—[238.]

Small seal: "O. O."

1550, 4 Nov., 4 Edw. VI; in the great hall of Magdalen College. Grant from Owin Oglethorpe, the President, and the Scholars of Magdalen College to Nicholas Langrige, M.A., formerly fellow of the College, of an annual pension of £10 for thirty years if he live so long, in consideration of his resigning, on account of his advanced age, an annual stipend long since granted to him, together with two rooms and a kitchen, with stable and orchard, in Selbourne, where he now dwells, on condition of his superintending the woods, copses ("sepibus"), and enclosures there belonging to the College.-[352.]

Good impression of College seal, but inscription broken.

1567, 29 Jan., 9 Eliz. Bond from John Sharp, of Selborne, husbandman, to John Arnolde, son of John Arnolde of the same, in 40 marks, to abide by the arbitration of Ralph S[c]rope and Rich. Kingesmill, esqs., as to the title to five closes called Swangers, containing sixteen acres, and a close called Dawes, in the parish of Imshot.—[380.]

1611, Mich. Term. Decree in the Court of Wards and Liveries discharging the messuage and tenements called the Priory in Selborne (of the annual value of £10, and held from Magdalen College by George Pawlett, gent., by a demise dated 20 Nov., 43 Eliz.) from seizure by the sheriff of Southampton for a debt of £49, due to the Crown from John Sharpe of Colmer, yeoman, as executor of Margery Sharpe, widow, deceased, late wife of Innocent Sharpe, deceased, and, before that, of Richard Chase, for money remaining in his hands unpaid of the profits of lands, etc., in Petersfield, Gretham, and Hauckley.—[30.]

1718-9, 19 Feb., 5 Geo. I. Copy of a decree by L. Ch. Parker (afterwards Earl of Macclesfield) in Chancery against the College with regard to Selborne Common, in favour of the copy holders.-[397.]

INDEX.

A

Abed, William le, witness, 34.
Abintone, William, witness, 41, 48.
Abraham, Thomas, 93; witness, 93 bis.
Achangre, i.e., Oakhanger, q.v.
Achard, Joan, daughter of Sir Adam
Gurdon, widow of Robert Achard;
release to her by her mother, Agnes
Gurdon, 81; grant of land to Sir
Tho. Paynel, ib.; pays a fine to the
king in lieu of military service, ib.;
grants to the Priory, 83 ter, 84;
re-conveyance to her of land by
the Priory, 83; grant to her brother
John Bastard and his wife, with
seal, 87.

Achele de Lys, Geoffrey called, of
Worldham; grant to Sir A. Gurdon,
53; his wife Alice de Monasterio, ib.
Adam, Sir Hugh, son of, see Fitz-
Adam.

Adam, William, of Oakhanger, 67;
grant to the Priory, 64.
Adheldwoldebury, William of, 52.
Aftelatte, Thomas, of Faringdon, evi-
dence about some rights of pastur-
age, 149.

Aguyband, Sir Roger de, 65.
Alben, William, witness, 49.
Albiniaco, see Aubigny.

Alexander IV, Pope, bull for confirma-
tion of West Tisted to Selborne, 54;
bull respecting a law-suit on the
part of the Priory, ib.

Algar, Adam, 27.

Aliceholt forest, 109, 113, 118.

Alis, Roger, witness, 4, 16, 20, 21,
22 bis, 23.

Alis, Thomas, son of Roger, witness,
17, 21, 22, 23.

Alrad, or Larad, Edith, wife of Will.
le Messager, grant to the Priory, 62.
Alresford, Hants, document dated
there, 70.
Alstan, Gilbert, 55.

Alton, Hants, 27, 37, 38, 58, 65, 110,
114, 117, 118; charters dated there,
7, 86, 109; Stephen, dean of the
rural deanery in 1293, 77, 78; seal
of the deanery, 78; Hugh, chaplain
of Alton, witness and scribe, 1 bis, 2.
See Beech; Neetham.

Alton, John de, or John the clerk of,
witness, 62, 68, 87.

[Alton, or] Aweltune, Richard de,
witness, 4, 31.

[Alton, or] Aultone, Richard de,
executor of archdeacon P. Bartone,
87 bis, 88.

Ammonius, Andr., receipts for papal
procurations due from the College
for Selborne, 148 bis.

Andely, or Daundely, Sir Robert d',
knt., sheriff of Southampton, wit-
ness, 90.

Andely, or Daundely, or Daundeline,
Sir Walter d', knt., witness, 25,
48, 58.

Andevere, John de, forester, witness, 2.
Andewell, see Enedewell.
Andrewe, John, 117.

Andrew, William, 43.

Anesi, or Danesie, Peter d', West
Worldham, grants to the Priory of
Selborne, 26, 33, 48, 94; witness,
26, 51; his wife, Cristiana, 33.
Anesi, or Danesi, Thomas d', West
Worldham, 34; grant to the Priory
of Selborne, 25, 48.
Ap, David, 143.

Aqua, William de, 27, 45-

Archer, William le, de la Rode, release
to the Priory, 68; Alice his wife,
formerly wife of Will. de la Rode,
68, 69.

Arnold, John, of Selborne, father and
son, 150.

Arnulph, son of Hugh, q.v.

Artour, Thomas, witness, 93.
Arundel, Geoffrey de, witness, 2.
Arundel, Hugh de, witness, 2, 3.

152

Arundel, Maud, daughter of William
de, 3.

Arundel, Sabina, daughter of Hugh
de, grant to her, 3; re-conveyance
of land to her brother, Sir William
de Arundel, 5.

Arundel, Walter de, 25; witness, 2,

4, 5.

Arundel, Sir William de, son of Hugh
de, grant to him, 5; grants by him
to Andrew of Winchester, 2, 3, 4,
21, 22; to his sister Sabina for his
daughter Maud, 3; grants to the
Priory of Selborne, 22, 25.
Arundel, William, son of John de, de
la Wyke, 35 bis, 38, 39, 44; grant
to the Priory, 52; witness, 4, 28, 31
bis, 32, 39 bis, 40, 41 bis, 43 bis, 46,
51 bis, 52 bis, 53, 56, 58, 59, 60
quater, 61 bis, 64, 66, 79.
Assheford, Thomas, canon and sub-
prior of Selborne and last prior,
116, 127 bis; gives evidence about
the Priory, 130; acknowledgment
of receipt of annual pension from
Magdalen College, 145 bis.
Astille, William, witness, 110.
Attebreche, William, witness, 78.
Attenasche, Richard, 39.
[Aubigny, or] Albiniaco, Philip de,
witness, 13 bis.

Aula, Symon de, witness, 62, 68, 69,
76. See Hall.

Aungervyle,

Richard,

bishop of

Durham, witness, 89.
Aveclye, see Haveclye.
Avington, Hants, 70.
Aweltun, see Alton.
Ayleward, Simon, M. A., proxy for
Magdalen College in the annexa-
tion of Selborne Priory, 124; and
for taking seisin, 134.
Aynho, Northants, drafts of a bull
confirming the annexation of the
Hospital to Magdalen College, 135.
140; value of the Hospital, 138, 140.

B

Bac, John le, 55, 64.

Baiun, William, or Baion, witness, 26
bis, 27, 31, 34 bis, 35 bis, 36 bis, 37
ter, 42, 44.

Baker, Elias the, see Haveclye.
Baker, Hugh the, witness, 39, 53, 79.
Baker, John the, witness, 69; juror, 75.
Baker, Peter the, witness, 39, 53, 79.
Baker, William le, witness, 93, 94.

INDEX.

Bakun, Richard, of Holtham, grant,
84.

Bal, G. le [qu. Will. de Balun ?] wit-
ness, 34.

Balchyld, Joan, East Worldham, 73.
Balun, or de Balon', William, witness,
29, 34, 35, 36, 39, 51, 80.
Bardis,
138 bis, 140.
Bardolf, master Henry, 32.
Baron, Robert, gives evidence about
Selborne Priory, 130 note.
Barre, John de la, 50.

de, bankers at Rome,

Barre, Richard de la, vicar of Great
Worldham, 80.

Barre, William atte, 84.
Bartone, Philip de, Archdeacon of
Surrey, receipts for moneys due to
him from the Priory, paid to his
executors, 88 bis, 89 quater, 90.
Bartone, Richard de, 89 bis.
Bartone, Walter de, executor of Arch-
deacon P. de Bartone, 88 bis, 89 bis.
Basing, Hants, 10, 12, 13, 68, 87, 88,
109, 113, 123, 148; appropriation
of the parish church to the Priory
of Selborne, 9 bis, 14 bis, 17; con-
firmed by Archbishop Peckham, 70;
repairs of the chancel of the church,
117; repairs of chapel of H. Trinity,
116; taxable value of churches of
Basing and Basingstoke for sub-
sidies, 147.

Basing, Hamon de, witness, 31, 32,
48 bis.

Basinges, John de, juror, 80.

Basinges, Sir Ralph de, knt., witness,
58, 60 bis, 61 bis.

Basingstoke, Hants, 10, 12, 13, 87,
109, 113, 147, 148; appropriation
of the parish church to the Priory
of Selborne, 9 bis, 14 bis, 17; Rich.
le Beel, vicar in 1280, 68; the rectory
let to farm, 115; document dated
there, 71.

Basset, master Robert, witness, 6.
Basset, Thomas, esq., witness, 118.
Bastard, John, son of Sir Adam
Gurdon, 87; Gunnora Brutun his
wife, ib.

Bataille, Ralph de la, witness, 41.
Batesford, William de, witness, 79.
Bath, Henry de, justicier, 34.
Baud, William, witness, 44.

Bayeux, John de [justicier, d. 1249],
witness, 2.

Beaulieu Royal, abbot of, A.D. 1239,

24.

Beckingham, Elias de, justicier, 76.

Bedel, William le, witness, 24.
Beech, manor of, in Alton, Hants,

116, 117, 118.

Beel, master Richard le, or Bel, vicar
of Basingstoke, 63; formerly vicar
of Selborne, 71.

Beel, Richard le, witness, 90, 91.
Bekk, Valentine, witness, 91.
Beme, river, see Selborne.

moor, see Oakhanger.

Bensted, see Binsted.

Benstede, John de, juror, 75.

Bensted, Peter de, witness, 62.

Bercham, or Bircham, Thomas de,

16 bis, 19.

Bere, David de la, juror, 80.
Bere, John de la, witness, 62.
Bere, Nicholas atte, witness, 91.
Bere, Richard, son of Walter de la,
witness, 30 bis, 35, 39, 41, 50 bis,
51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 61 bis, 62,
66.

Bere, William de la, witness, 30 bis,
31, 34.

Bereford, William de, justicier, 82, 84.
Berfray, William, witness, 29.
Berghes, Jordan de, a Templar, 42.
Berlond, Walter, 115.

Bernes, or atte Berne, Peter, sacrist of

the Priory, 111, 112; prior, 118 bis;
cited to attend a visitation of Augus-
tinian houses.

Bernys, Richard, M.A., gives evidence
about Selborne Priory, 124, 129.
Bertin, John, of Blakemere, 84; grant
by him, 86.

Bertune, Matthias de la, witness, 50,
57, 66.

Beugrant, Richard de, a Templar, 42.
Bingham, Robert, bishop of Sarum,
witness, 13.

[Binsted, or] Bensted, Hants, 49, 65.
Bira, William de, witness, 6.

Blakemere, 44, 50, 51, 69, 79, 85, 86,

92; the chapel, 46, 91, 92; repairs
of the chancel, 117; synodals, 145.
Blakesutere, Osebert le, Midhurst, 34,
49.

Blakewelle, William de, chaplain, 69,
79.

Blund, John le, of Faringdon, bailiff
of the hundred of Selborne, 78.
Blundeville, Thomas de, bishop of
Norwich, witness, 13.

Blunt, or Blund, John le, witness, 53,
55.

Bocham, Matthew de, witness, 5.
Boclande, Sir Hugh de, knt., witness,
56.

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Borant, see Burhunt.

Bordeaux, bull dated there, 57.
Borrunthe, Henry de, or Burhunt, q.v.
Borunte, Will. de, or Burhunt, q.v.
Bosmere, see Selborne.

Bothyere, William le, son of William,
39 bis.

Bottele, or Bottlye, Sir John de, sheriff
of Southampton, witness, 25, 57.
Bounde, John, 91.

Bourchier, Thomas, archbishop of
Canterbury, mention of his death,
143.
Bourgchier, Henry, Earl of Essex,
warrant, as justice of the forests, for
exemption of the Priory from forest
law, 118.

Bourgchier, Sir Humphrey, knt., wit-
ness, 118.

Boyer, William de, 43.
Boyngeslie, Henry, 87.

Brackley, Northants, drafts of a bull
confirming the annexation of the
Hospital to Magdalen College, 135,
140; value of the Hospital, 138,

140.

Bradene, William de, grant to Sir A.
de Gurdon, 62; Agnes his wife, ib.
[Bradshot], Bradechete, or Bradesate,
in Selborne, 35, 44, 49, 50.
Bradesete, or Bradeschate, Roger de,
son of Gilbert, witness, 3, 5, 22, 23,
25, 28 bis, 29 bis, 52.

Bradesete, Roger de, the clerk, witness,
8, 15 quater, 29, 34.

Bradeschate, Roger de (a third of the
name ?), witness, 74, 86, 87.
Bradley, Hants, 70.

Bramiston, Roger, 144 bis.
[Bramshot, or] Brembelsete, or Brade-
sate, Sir John, knt., witness, 36, 39,
41, 43, 45 bis, 46, 48 bis, 51, 53, 55,
62.
Bramshot, or Brembelsete, Matthew,
rector of, witness, 3.

[Bramshot, or] Brembelchete, or Brem-
lessete, or Brambesate, Sir William
de, knt., witness [c. 1230-1282,
father and son ?], 2, 3, 4 bis, 5, 53,
63 ter, 67, 71.

Braybroke, or Breibroc, Henry de,
[justicier] witness, 2.

[Breamore, or] Brummore, or Brom-
more Priory, Priors of, 24, 118; deed
dated there, 118; seal, ibid.
Brek, Thomas de la, 67.
Brembelchete, Bremlessete, etc., see
Bramshot.

Brereton, John, 133 note.

Breton, William de, justicier, 34.
Brettone, Sir Henry de, knt., witness,
55 bis.

Brewer, William, bishop of Exeter,
witness, 13.

Briche, Sir Walter de, constable of
Wolvesey, witness, 41.
Bridport, Giles de, dean of Wells,
witness, 47.

Bridport, master John de, presented
by Sir R. de Camays to West Tisted,
54, 70; by the Priory in 1262 to
Worldham, 66; alive in 1281, 70.
Brinckewurdthe, or Brinkeworde, Hugh
de, witness, 41, 48.
Brinkhurst, John, Midhurst, 113.
Bristol, 119.

Broke, Walter atte, 108.

Broke, William de la, or atte, 39, 53,
84; witness, 86.

Broke, Thomas atte, witness, 86.
Bromdean, Hants, 10, 13, 23, 33, 41, 88.
Bromdene, Henry de, witness, 41 bis,
58, 60.

Bromdene, Hervic de, witness, 33.
Bromdene, Thomas de, witness, 20,
31, 32.

Bromels', Henry de, witness, 3.
Brommore, see Breamore.
Brontelstapele, or Bramtelstapele, or
Brunthestapele, in Selborne, 5, 28
bis, 32.

Brown, master John, 93.
Bruton Priory, Somerset, 119.
Brutun, Gunnora, wife of John
Bastard, 87.

Bryan, master Roger, notary, witness,
93.

Brywes, Robert de, justicier, 49.
Bunteford, Richard de, 47.

Burcham, Laurence de, 55. (See Ber-
cham.)

Burdeaus, Walter, 2.

Burdun, Richard, 85, 87.

Burdunesdene, 2, 22.

Burgham, Hants, 117.

Burghe, Adam atte, witness, 94.
Burgheerne, Peter le, 110.
Burghersh, Henry, bishop of Lincoln,
witness, 89.

Burhunt, or Bourhunt, or Burghunte
(i.e., Borant, in Selborne), 41, 42, 43,
50, 58, 66 bis. (See Wyemerslade.)
Burhunt, see Marescal.

Burhunte, Andrew de, brother of John,
witness, 27, 28, 31, 32, 36, 37 bis,
38, 39 ter, 40 bis, 41, 43 ter, 46, 55,
58,79.

Burhunt, or Borrunthe, Gilbert de,
clerk, brother of Henry and uncle
of John, 4, 43; grants to the Priory,
28, 32, 66; possessed the tithes of
the demesne of Sir J. de Norton,
20; witness, 5, 6 bis, 14, 22 bis,
25, 33.
Burhunt, or Borrunthe, Henry de,
grant of land to his brother Gilbert,
4, 28.
Burhunt, Henry de, son of Herbert,
release to the Priory, 66.
Burhunte, or Borhunt, John de, nephew
of Gilbert, 28; grants to the Priory,
28, 32, 43, 50, 57, 58, 66; witness,
17, 22, 26, 27, 28, 31, 36, 37 ter, 38
bis, 39 ter, 40 bis, 41, 43 ter, 44 bis,
45 bis, 46, 48, 53, 55, 56, 58, 79;
his widow, Amicia, in 1277, releases
land to the Priory, 66.

Burhunt, brother Matthew de [canon
of Selborne], witness, 58.

Burhunt, Philip de, brother of John,
witness, 37 bis, 38 bis, 39 bis, 43 bis,
52, 66.

Burhunt, or Bourhunt, Richard de,
witness, I, 2.

Burhonte, Sir Richard de, knt., wit-
ness, 87.

Burhunt, or Borunte, William de, of
Hartley, 26; witness, 45 bis, 52, 74.
Burtune, or Burtone, John de, witness,
27 bis, 74.

But, Adam le, 6, 35.

But, Roger le, witness, 5, 6.
Butelyre, Alexander le, witness, 34.
Byflet, Richard de, under-sheriff of
Southampton, 83.

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Cabrespino, John de, canon of Nar-
bonne, papal collector in England,
93.

Caen, or de Cadomo, master John de,
witness, 47.

Camera, [Chamber] Robert de, wit-
ness, 29.

Cameys, or Camays, Sir Ralph de,
knt., lord of the manor of West
Tisted, claimed the patronage of
West Tisted, 54, 70; the perpetual
nomination of a canon at Selborne
granted to him, ib.; releases his
right in the advowson to the Priory,
54; with land also, 55.
Cancellis, or Chauncelles, P. de, scribe,
9, 17, 23.

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