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Archives - Ancient Deeds

Ancient Deeds

 

Year When Who Abode What County source vol Page
1288 1288 Adam de Nedeham St Albans Walter De Mulcastre acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham 6marks ;to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in CO. Cumberland Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1288 1288 Adam de Nedeham St Albans rant.Laurence de Brok acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 5 marks; to be levied, in default of payment,of his lands and chattels in co. Buckingham. Cayicelled on paijmmt. Hertfordshire
1288 1288 Adam de Nedeham St Albans Thomas de Stodeham, knight, acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 81. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Hertford. Cancelled on j)aymrnt Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1288 1288 Adam de Nedeham St Albans Robert Swift of Newmarket (de Xoro Mercato) acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham of St. Albans 161. 8s. 4d. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Cambridge and Norfolk. Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1289 1289 Adam de Nedeham St Albans Hugh de Coleworth owes Adam de Nedeham of St Albans68s 8d; to be levied in default of paymentof hidlands and chattels in Essex Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1289 5 May 1289 Adam de Nedeham St Albans Hugh Dauudley owes Adam de Nedeham of St Albans 16l; to be levied in default of paymentof hidlands and chattels in co.Northampton Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1292 1292 Adam de Nedeham St Albans Robert de Barton owes Adam de Nedeham of St Albans 20s; to be levied in default of paymentof hidlands and chattels in co. Westomoreland Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1293 29 Oct 1293 Adam de Nedeham St Albans Robert Peche owes Adam de Nedeham of St Albans 10l 10s 0d; to be levied in default of paymentof hidlands and chattels in co. Essex & Suffolk Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1295 8 Dec 1295 Adam de Nedeham St Albans William Gerberd owes Adam de Nedeham of St Albans 18 marks; to be levied in default of paymentof hidlands and chattels in co. Norfolk Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1302 23 July 1302 Adam de Nedeham Luke de Nedeham St Albans Henry son of William de Dunelm[ia] acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham and Luke, his son, 591. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Hertford and London. Thomas de Orfevre of Stanes, William Gregory and William le Taverner of Stanes acknowledge that they owe to Walter, abbot of Westminster, 44Z. 13s. 4*/. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels in co. Middlesex Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1316 1 Oct 1333 John de Nedham John de nedham who served the king and his father and who is now infirm is snet to the prior and convent of St Frideswydes ( Fresewyde) Oxford to recieve allowances that John de Taklay ,deceased , had in the same Oxford Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1318 10 March 1318 John de Nedham John de Nedham, sent to the master of the hospital of Newton in Holdernesse Oxforf Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1321 Saturday next after Michaelmas, 19 Edward II. Adam de Nedham St Albans Herta.] A. 992. Grant by Roger, son of Sir William de Ayete, knt., and Juliana his wife, to John le Tannur and Agnes his wife, for 408., of a tenement in Fisshpolestrete, St. Albans, situate as described, paying therefor yearly 28. to the nuns de Pratis. Witnesses :—William de Bullun, marshal Qf the liberty of St. Albans, Adam de Nedham, and others (named). Hertfordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 1 112
1333 1333 Thomas de Nedham the elder Godfrey Foljaumbe, Robert son of Richard Foljannibe, Roger de Melncr, and Thomas de Nedham the elder, acknowledge that they owe to John de Tiirneye 200l. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels in co. Derby Derbyshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1399 4 Apr 1399 Richard Nedham To the sheriff of Norhampton. Writ of supersedeas, and order by Westminster, mainprise of WiUiam Vernoun of Derbyshire, Richard Nedham of Staffordshire, Richard Spenser of Norhamptonshire and John Glider22 howe of Lancashire to set free John Goioun parson of Hochecote, if taken at suit of Hugh Draper vicar of Brackele averring threats. Staffordshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1439 29 Oct 1439 John Nedham William Bulkeley of Ayton co. Cheshire ' gentUman ' and JohnNedham of Shaynton co. Salop ' gentUman ' to John Brokholes one of the clerks of chancery. Recognisance for 20 marks payable 10 marks on Midsummer day next and 10 marks on the feast of St. Martin in winter foUowing, to be levied etc. in the counties aforesaid. Salop Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1441 Midsummer day John Nedham The said William Bulkeley and John Nedham to the said John Brokholes. (Like) recognisance, payable 10 marks on Midsummer day 1441, and 10 marks on the feast of St. Martin in winter following. Salop Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1442 midsummers day John Nedham The said WiUiam Bulkeley and John Nedham to the said John Brokholes. (Like) recognisance, payable 10 marks on Midsummer day 1442, and 10 marks on the feast of St. Martin in winter following. Salop Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1443 Midsummer day John Nedham The said William Bulkeley and John Nedham to the said John Brokholes. Recognisance for 10 marks payable on Midsummer day 1443. Salop Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1445 11 Dec 1445 Richard Nedam Henry- Thomas of Wynchelsec ' beerbrewer ' to Richard Ryche citizen and mercer of London. John Fray chief baron of the exchequer, Richard Alrede esquire. Richard Ncdam citizen and mercer of London and Thomas Thunder the elder of Wynchelsec, their executors and assigns. Gift of his horse mill with two stones and other gear, all vessels pertaining to his use as ' beerbrewer ' within the liberty of Wynchelsec, namely one great ' ketcll ' of brass, three round ' vates.' one square ' vate ' and other needful utensils, and all other his goods and chattels in the town and liberty of Wynchelsec and elsewhere within the realmand oversea London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1446 15 Feb 1446 Richard Nedeham Robert Brandrede of Norbury and Henry Bynton of Riphill ' yoman,' both co. Kent, to John Gybbes. Recognisance for 100/., to be levied etc. in Kent.Condition, that the said Robert shall abide and perform the award of John Oxynden and Richard Nedeham chosen on his behalf, Roger Twysden and John Queke on behalf of John Gybbes, touching the right, title and possession of all lands in Caldam and elsewhere in Kent which on his death bed John Baker, grandfather of John Gybbes, by will appointed his feoffees, London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1450 20 April 1450 Richard Nedeham Alice Cressy of London widow, late wife and executrix of Thomas Cressy citizen and ' irmonger ' of London, to Thomas Reymond citizen and tailor of London, his heirs, executors and assigns. Gift with warranty of all her goods and chattels within the realm, and all debts to her due by reason of that executorship or otherwise, or from her withheld. Witnesses : Thomas Beaumond, Ralph Holand, Richard Nedeham, Richard Vincent, Roger Tego London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1452 6 Nov 1452 John Nedeham To William Hyndeston. Order under a pain of 1,000l. to make ready on 2 July next to take upon him the estate and degree of serjeant at law, to which by advice of the council the king has appointed him. Like writs to the following : William Laken. William Wangford. William Boeff. Thomas Litelton. Richard Choi-John Nedeham.Thomas Billyng. London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1452 22 May 1452 John Nedeham Thomas Raughey citizen and ' haberdassher ' of London to John Norman alderman..citizen of London. John Nedeham late of London ' gentilman,' Thomas Bryan ' gentilman,' John Seynykill and Robert Chirch citizens and ' haberdaashers,' all of London, their executora and aaaigna. Gift of all his goods and chattels, and all debts to him due. Dated 5 April 30 Henry VI. London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1454 11 March 1454 John Nedam John Hertcombe, cousin and heir of Richard Hertcombe, to John Savage the younger, AVilliam Stanley esquirea and Thomas Kendale. Grant of authority to cause a deed to be made and sealed in his name to James Strangways knight, Robert Danby one ot the juaticea of the Common Bench, John Nedam aerjeant at law and Richard Carlill of the castle, lordship and manor of Mohaute and Mohautesdale, and to deliver the same to them, appointing Jolm Savage and the others his attorneys to enter the same, when he shall have any title to enter, and to give the saicl James and the others seisin thereof ; the said deed to be in the words upon a schedule annexed, the date excepted, which they shall have authority to add. Dated 11 March 32 Henry A'L Huntingdon Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1454 14 April 1454 John Nedam Jolm Hertcombe (as above) to James Strangways knight. Robert Danby, John Nedam (both us above) and Richard Carlill. their heirs and assigns. Charter and release of the castle, lordship and manor of Mohaute and Mohautesdale. Memorandum of acknowledgment, 14 April. AA'illiam Huntyngdon, clerk, to John lord Stourton Huntingdon Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1456 Oct 1456 Edmund Nedham Bucks.] [Somers.) A. 8580. Feoffment by John Bernard the elder of Little Messenden son and heir of Walter Bernard to John Trenge of Trynge, ' maltman,' William Attedene of Ever, 'bocher,' John Carter of Agmondesham, ' wheler,' and Thomas Bovyndon of Penne,tailour,' of all those lands &c.in Messenden and Agmondesham, which he had by the gift and feoffment of Alice his mother in her widowhood to him and the heirs of his body, to hold to the said John and the others during his life. Witnesses : Edmund Nedam and others (named). Messenden, the last day but one of October,34 Henry VI. Buckinghamshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 4 330
1456 8 June 1456 Richard nedeham B 1968, Giant by Henry Newerk, to Thomas Fetherston, Andrew Body and Richard Nedeham, citizens of London, and others, of a tenement in the parish of Allhallows, Bredestree, which he, together with John Rypley, esquire, John Kvng, William Edercyche and Robert Chessman. deceased, had of the feoffment of John Galle, chaplain, William Blyton and John Lysors. 8 June, 34 Henry VI. Seal. London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 2 249
1459 June 21 1459 Richard nedeham York. (Middlesex) C. 2314. Indenture of apprenticeship by which Robert Flemyng, of Serleston, co. York, yeoman, binds Margaret Fleming, his daughter. apprentice to Gerard Brevern, citizen and vintner of London, and Margaret his wife, 'silkwomen'; for seven years from the present date to learn the business of the said Margaret. [ Witnesses :•-¦] .John Scot, mayor of London, Ralph Jesselyn and Richard Nedeham, sheriff. Midsummer day, 37 Henry VI. London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 2 506
1462 20 April 1462 John Nedham Memorandum of acknowledgment at Leycestre, 20 Ajiril this year, before John Nedeham, b y virtue of a dedimus potestatem which is on the chancery file for this year Leicester Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1465 24 Aug 1465 Richard Nedham WilUam Redknape and Edmund Redknape citizens and mercers of London, to John Dunne citizen and mercer of London, his heirs and assigns. Quitclaim, with warranty by WiUiam Redknape, of the two messuages which they and Ralph Verney alderman, John Maldon grocer, Richard Nedeham and Robert Skrayngham mercers citizens of London had by demise and feoffment of Williani Taylour, Richard Lee and John Felde aldermen citizens of London, John Noreice esquire, Master AVilliam Crouton clerk, Thomas Burgoyne and Thomas Bryan, situate in the parish of St. Mary Aldermarie London between a tenement formerly of Alice Araz and late of Thoiuas Knolles on the east, a tenement sometime of Thomas le Enfeld late of Dame Margery Norbury and the lane by the churchyard of St. Mary aforesaid on the west, ' Turnebastonlane ' on the south and a tenement of AVilliam Taylour and others, sometime of Simon Godard wherein John Wode ' grocer ' lately dwelt on the north. London Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
1466 21 july 1466 Sir John Nedeham Leio. C. 6483. Bond for 100 marks given by John Boteler of Alspath, co. Warwick, and William Hye to Nicholas Temple, esquire. 21 July, 5 Edward IV. Fragment of seal. Endorsed with condition of submission, by John Manyngham, the said William, and Joan his wife, to the award of Robert Danby, knight, chief justice of the common pleas, and John Nedeham, knight, justice of the common pleas, as to a messuage and mill in Little Shepey Warwickshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 6 351
1467 17 Sept 1467 Sir John Nedeham [Warw,] A. 8420. Bond by John Broune of Baddesley Clynton, co. Warwick,the elder, to William Catesby, knight, in 100Z. due at Christmas next,conditioned for his acceptance of the award of Thomas Throkmerton, Henry Boteler, and John Beaufitz to be delivered before the Epiphany next,touching the title to lands in Lapworth, co. Warwick, late belonging to John Brome of the same, in dispute between Catesby and himself, or, in case the arbitrators failed to agree, that he should stand to the award of Robert Danby, knight, chief justice of the king of the common bench,and John Nedeham, knight, one of the justices of the king of the same bench, to be delivered before the Purification next. 17 September, 6 Edward IV. Seal Warwickshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 4 304/5
1467 14 Nov 1467 Sir John Nedeham Warw. A. 8848. Bond by Alexander, abbot of Combe, to William Catesby, knight, in 100L conditioned for his observance of the award of Robert Danby, knight, chief justice of the king of the common bench, and John Nedeham, knight, the other of the justices of the king of the same bench in the matter of the title and possession of land &c. in Rodburn, Hodenhull and Ascote, which abbot Thomas his predecessor gave to Dame Emma Catesby for life with remainder to John Catesby her son and heir in tail male. 14 November, 6 Edward IV. Ecclesiastical seal. Warwickshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 4 366
1467 17 Sept 1467 Sir John Nedeham Warw. A. 9613. Bond by William Catesby, knight, to John Broune of Baddesley Clynton, the elder, in 100Z. due at Christmas, conditioned for his standing to the award of Thomas Throkmorton, Henry Boteler and John Beaufitz, or if they failed to agree, to the award of Robert Danby, knight, chief justice of the king of the Common Bench and of John Nedeham, knight, one of the justices of the king of the same Bench, touching lands in dispute between them in Lapworth, co. Warwick, formerly belonging to John Brome of the same town. 17 Sept 6 Edward IV Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 4 441
1469 1 Sept 1469 Sir John Nedeham Lenton Notts. C. 4665. Indenture of award by William Babyngton ‘sqwyer,' and Richard Willughby,'sqwyer,' reciting that debates have been hanging between Thomas Woller, prior of Lenton and Robert Clyfton, knight, on the one part and Robert Strelley, knight, and John Aungers on the other, touching the title of a messuage in Lenton with land, &c. late William Baker's, in Lenton and Radford, whereof Sir Robert Clyfton has ' assise de Novell Disseson hanging before Sir Robert Danby, knight, and John Nedeham, knight, justices for assises to be taken in the shire of Nottingham ; and reciting that for peace to be had therein the parties had submitted themselves under penalty of 20/. to their ordinance ; they award that Sir Robert Clyfton be put in seisin of the premises, with warranty to him by Sir Robert Strelly and his heirs thereof against the abbot of Westmynstur ; and that Sir Robert Clyfton pay Sir Robert Strelly 4 marks. 1 September, 8 Edward IV. English. Fragments of seals. Nottinghamshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 6 114
1471 20 June 1471 Sir John Nedeham Surrey. B. 1159. Release by Margaret, relict of Thomas Codyngton, to JohnCodyngton, their son and heir, and to Thomas Ballyng, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, John Nedham, knight, a Justice of the Common Pleas, Richard Needham, of London, and John Elmebrigge, of her right in the manors of Codyngton and 'le Logge: 20 June, 10 Edward IV. Seal. Surrey Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 1 325
1531 Jan 1531 Robert Nedeham Shenton C. 7332. Indenture, being a grant by John Wynygton, son and heir of John Winygton, to Robert Nedeham, of Sheneton, Thomas Maynewayrynge, of Caryncham, gentleman, John, son and heir of . . . Maynewayrynge, and John Wybumbury of all his messuages,salt-works, lands, &c. in Cranache, Twemlowe, Plumley, and elsewhere in the county, for the performance of the terms of his will…January, 22 Henry VIII. 1531 Endorsed with names of witnesses. Cheshire, Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 6 460
1533 11 June 1533 James Nedeham 3 A. 5944. Bond by James Nedeham, the king's master carpenter, to Thomas Crumwell, master, or treasurer, of the king's jewels, for 200/. 1 1 June, 24 Henry VIII. Signed. Endorsed : Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said James shall perform the covenants specified in certain indentures of even date,made between the said parties, then the above bond shall be void. Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 3 254
1573 19 Jun 1573 Raiff' needham Warw. A. 13125. Indenture of bargain and sale, 19 Juner, 17 Elizabeth, by Edward Vaughan, of London, gentleman, to John Suffock, of Eton alia* Nonn Eton, 'tannar,' in consideration of 100 marks, of a messuage or tenement in Eton alias Nonn Eton, in the occupation of 'Raiff' Needam in 'Backhowse Lane.' English. Signed per me Edwardum Vaughan. Seal. Names of witnesses : Anthony and Peter Temple, and others, endorsed. Warwickshire Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 5 456

 

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