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Agnes de Nedham & Gunhedra de Nedham Elm Cambridge On testimony by John de Collevill of Neuton that John son of Richard Vernoun of Elm, indicted of having on Monday before the Ascension, in the tenth year, broken by night the house of Agnes de Nedham of Elm, stolen things of the value of 40s. there, and 3 oct 1354 westminster 1354 patent Rolls Edward3vol10 p109
Agnes de Nedham & Gunhedra de Nedham Elm Cambridge On testimony by John de Collevill of Neuton that John son of Richard Vernoun of Elm, indicted of having on Monday before the Ascension, in the tenth year, broken by night the house of Agnes de Nedham of Elm, stolen things of the value of 40s. there, and 28 Nov 1360 Westminster 1360 patent Rolls Edward 3 Vol 11 p499
William Needham Cheshire grand son John Needham Journal Of The Derbyshire Archaeological And Natural History Society (Volume 26) - Page 362
John de Nedham s Thomas Hartington Derbyshire Pardon by reason of service in Scotland for death of rd de Hartington clerk 1302 1302 f Thomas deHartington State Papers; TAN
John son of Thomas de Nedham Hartington? Derbyshire The like, by reason of his service in Scotland, to john son of Thomas tie Nedham, for the death of Richard de Hertindon, clerk, and of any con- sequent outlawry. 30 Jan 1302 Linlithgow 1302 patent Rolls 116
Thomas de Nedham Hartington Derbyshire Pardon by reason of service in Scotland for death of rd de Hartington clerk 1302 1302 son John de Nedham State Papers; TAN
John Needham Needham Derbyshire The Needhams were an ancient family of great repute in North Derbyshire. In researches I am now making into the history of the Peak Forest, I find that the Needhams were hereditary foresters of fee from the time of Henry III. to that of Elizabeth. Lysons 1327/77 1327 Journal Of The Derbyshire Archaeological And Natural History Society (Volume 26) - Page 362 vol 26 p 262
Galf de Nedham Iret (on)Kirk Ireton Derbyshire Lay Subsidy 1327/8 1328 JDANHS Lay Subsidy vol 11
Johes Nedham Iret (on)Kirk Ireton Derbyshire Lay Subsidy 1327/8 1328 JDANHS Lay Subsidy vol 11
Robt de Nedham Iret (on)Kirk Ireton Derbyshire Lay Subsidy 1327/8 1328 JDANHS Lay Subsidy labor
Thom de Nedham Iret (on)Kirk Ireton Derbyshire Lay Subsidy 1327/8 1328 JDANHS Lay Subsidy ux'
Thomas de Nedham the elder Derbyshire Derbyshire 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 1333 1333 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
Thomas de Nedham the elder Derbyshire Derbyshire Hugh de Strelleye, .Tobn de W^ggcleye, Gorlfrey Poljaumbe, Kobert son of Richard Foljannibe, Roger de Melncr, and Thomas de Nedham the elder, acknowledge that they owe to John de Tiirneye 200/. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of their lands and chattels in co. Derby. Cancelled on payment. 1333 1333 Calendar of the Close Rolls, Edward III, Vol. 3. 1333-1337        
Thomas de Nedham jnr Magna Hayfield Derbyshire Witness: feoffment of land Magna hayfield in Beardhough 1339 1339 D76/MT/2
John de Nedham Derbyshire With John s John de Pole (Hartington) took 2 stags and one hind 1360 1360 f John de Nedham TAN
Robert de Nedham Magna Hayfield Derbyshire Feoffment by Roger son of Colin de Melner [Mellor] of Robert [? dil .....che] of Nedham [High Needham, p Hartington Middle Quarter] with 5 acres and 1 rood in Vill of Magna Haifel [Hayfield] called le Daddeschahebothom and le Todeholle. Witnesses: John de 1362 1362   D76/MT/1
Robert de Nedham Magna Hayfield Derbyshire Feoffment by Roger de Berdhalugh of Robert de Nedham with 3 roods of land and buildings thereon in le Whychull [? Whitle, p New Mills] in vill of Magna Hayfeld. Witnesses: Godfrey Foliambe knight then bailiff, Robert de Boure, Robert de Bredbury, William 1362 1362 D76/MT/4 and D76/MT/5
Robert de Nedham Magna Hayfield Derbyshire Feoffment land & buildings in Whittle ( New Mills) & Magna Hayfield 1362 D76/MT/4
Robert de Nedham Hayfield Derbyshire land at Hayfield 1362 D76/MT/5
Robert de Nedham Magna Hayfield Derbyshire Feoffment land & buildings Whittle & Magna Hayfield 1362 D76/MT/5
Cecily Nedham castleton Derbyshire 1/3 of burgage [abuttals given] ? in Castleton Gift of dower Cecily, spinster, daughter of Jn Barth/Robert of Nedham Witnesses: Roger of Thornhurst, Wm son of Ralph, Jn North, Jn Rowtor, and others Sunday before St Gregory the Bishop [11 Mar] 43 Edward II 1369 dau Jn Barth/Robert of Nedham D158/1/48
Robert de Nedham Castleton Derbyshire 1/3 of burgage [abuttals given] ? in Castleton Gift of dower Cecily, spinster, daughter of Jn Barth/Robert of Nedham Witnesses: Roger of Thornhurst, Wm son of Ralph, Jn North, Jn Rowtor, and others Sunday before St Gregory the Bishop [11 Mar] 43 Edward II 1369 1369 w Joan Barth d Cecily (spin) D158/1/48
Robert Nedham Derbyshire William of Ruley, vicar of the church of Castelton, to John Mayoth and Isabella, his wife. A messuage and outbuildings and an adjoining curtilage in Castelton, to hold of the lord of the fee according to the services and customs. Witnesses: Roger of Thorn 1372 1372 wife Joan; dau Cecily OD/910
Robert Nedham Derbyshire Witness; Messuage Castleton 24 Apr 1372 1372 OD/910; Shef Arc
John de Nedham Bentley Derbyshire Grant for rent 1377 1377 Derbyshire Charters - Jeaye
robertus de nedham castleton Derbyshire Poll Tax 1379 1379 fenwick Poll Tax 40d
robertus filius eius castleton Derbyshire Poll Tax 1379 1379

Robert son of robert

fenwick Poll Tax 4d
willelmo de Nedham derby Derbyshire Poll Tax 1379 1379 fenwick Poll Tax 4d
johannes de nedham bowden? Derbyshire Poll Tax 1381 1381 fenwick Poll Tax 12d
John de Needham Derbyshire Derbyshire land at Fairffield 1387 1387 w Christian D998/1
John de Nedham Derbyshire John s thomas de nedham …went into the forest with greyhounds at Wyldborclouh..shot at the forestors with arrows.. 1398 1398 f Thomas de Nedham Tan
Thomas de Nedham Hartington Derbyshire That John s Thomas de Nedham..went into the forst ….and too a hind 1398 1398 s John de Nedham Tan
John Needham Needham Derbyshire 1327/77 Journal Of The Derbyshire Archaeological And Natural History Society (Volume 26) - Page 362 vol 26 p 262
Otwell Needham Derbyshire 1327/77 6th generation from John Needham Journal Of The Derbyshire Archaeological And Natural History Society (Volume 26) - Page 362 Vol 26 p 362
Thomas Needham Thornsett Derbyshire 1327/77 w Maud Mellor Journal Of The Derbyshire Archaeological And Natural History Society (Volume 26) - Page 362
Adam de Nedeham Luke de Nedeham St Albans Hertfordshire 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 23 July 1302 1302 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
Adam de Nedham & Luke de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 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. 26 Jul 1302 Westminster 1302 Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1296 to 1302
Robert de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Robert de Nedham was attached to answer Alan de Waleton in a plea of trespass, wherein the latter complained that when he, as attorney of the Abbot of St Albans, made a distraint on the house of Walter le Porter at Brokenwharf, the defendant wanted to take the distraint away from him, and threw water on him, to his damage 20s. Afterwards the plaintiff did not proscute. He was amerced and the defendant went thence without a day. 1 July 1305 1305 Calendar: Roll G, 15 February 1305 - 22 October 1305', in Calendar of Early Mayor's Court Rolls: 1298-1307 , ed. A H Thomas (London, 1924), pp. 170-227.
Robert de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire Robert de Nedham was attached to answer Alan de Waleton in a plea of trespass, wherein the latter complained that when he, as attorney of the Abbot of St Albans, made a distraint on the house of Walter le Porter at Brokenwharf, the defendant wanted to take the distraint away from him, and threw water on him, to his damage 20s. Afterwards the plaintiff did not proscute. He was amerced and the defendant went thence without a day. 1 July 1305 1305 Calendar: Roll G, 15 February 1305 - 22 October 1305', in Calendar of Early Mayor's Court Rolls: 1298-1307 , ed. A H Thomas (London, 1924), pp. 170-227.
Luke de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire The like to William Inge, Robert de Maddingle, and William de Leycestre, on complaint by the abbot of St. Albans that Peter le Keu, Benedict Spichfat, William Blakebery, John de Paxton, Luke de Nedham, William de Toternlio, Reginald Croiz, Adam de Bovyndo 2 Nov 1313 Westminster 1313 patent Rolls Edward2
Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 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). Saturday next after Michaelmas, 19 Edward II. 1321 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds 1
Robert Albyn, querent, and Adam de Nedham and Christian, his wife, deforciants. St Albans Hertfordshire Plea of covenant. 8 acres of land in the vill of Sc'o Albano and Childwiksay. Adam and Christian have acknowledged the land to be the right of Robert, and have remised and quitclaimed it from themselves and the heirs of Christian to him and his heirs for ever. Warranty. Robert has given them 10 marks of silver. 20 jan 1333. One week from St Michael, 6 Edward III [6 October 1332]. And afterwards one week from St Hilary in the same year [20 January 1333]. 1333 Feet of Fines CP 25/1/88/74, number 128.
Adam de needham St Albans Hertfordshire. Plea of covenant: Walter Thurston of Flamstede, querent, and Adam de Nedham , clerk, deforciant. 1 messuage and 1 shop in the vill of Sc'o Albano. Adam has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Walter, as those which Walter has of his gift. Walter has granted to Adam the tenements and has rendered them to him in the court, to hold to Adam, of Walter and his heirs for the life of Adam, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. And after the decease of Adam the tenements shall revert to Walter and his heirs, quit of the heirs of Adam, to hold of the chief lords for ever. Two weeks from St Michael, 12 Edward II [13 October 1318]. 1318 Feet of Fines CP 25/1/88/63, number 301.
Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire. Adam de Nedham, clerk, querent, and Margaret , who was the wife of William Bolum of Sc'o Albano, impedient.2 messuages and a moiety of 1 acre of land in the vill of Sc'o Albano. Plea of warranty of charter. Margaret has acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Adam, as those which he has of her gift, to hold to Adam and his heirs, of the chief lords for ever. Warranty by Margaret for herself and her heirs. Adam has given her 20 pounds sterling. Two weeks from St Michael, 5 Edward II [13 October 1311]. Westminster 1333 Feet of Fines CP 25/1/87/55, number 104.
John de Nedham Upwode (Upwood) Huntingdon Commission of over and terminer to John Dengaigne, Roger Hillary, John de Grey and William le Moigne, on complaint by the abbot of Rameseye that whereas he had caused certain cattle doing damage to him at Rameseye, to be taken by his servants, Peter Garyn 18 Nov 1345 Rockingham 1345 patent Rolls Edward 3 Vol 7 p 32
John de Nedham Upwode (Upwood) Huntingdon Commission of Dyer and terminer to Reginald. son of Henry de Grey, Roger Hillary and Hugh de Croft, on complaint by the abbot of Rameseye that whereas he caused beasts trespassing at itameseye to be takenby Peter Garyn of Oven, John Baxstere of Overe, Joh 22 june 1346 Porchester 1346 patent Rolls Edward 3 Vol 7 p 172
Walter de Nedham South Witham and Lobthorpe Lincolnshire Lay Subsidy 1327 1327
Walter de Nedham South Wyme Lincolnshire The like to Thomas Wake of Lidel, Bartholomew de Burghersh, John de Molyns, William de Sharesbull, William Basset, Master Henry de la Dale and Richard .de la Pole, on complaint by Richard de Ty, clerk, that Walter son of Walter de Gloucestre, Ranulph de P 20 Nov 1340 Wallingford 1340 patent Rolls Eward3 voll5 p100
Richard Nedeham London London Richard Nedeham was a Sheriff Midsummer day; 1399/1413 1399
John de Nedham Norfolk. Cambridgeshire. Plea of Covenant: Ralph de Hemenhale, knight, and John Blitlesho, chaplain, querents, and Roger Elmrugge, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, deforciants. The manor of Belaghe and a moiety of the manor of North' Creyk and 8 pounds of rent and a rent of 10 capons and 4 quarters of oats in Bek, [Billyngford', ...l..?]he, Sparham, Byntre, Warham, Foxlee, Baldiswell', Brunham Thorp', North' Creyk' and Berneye and a moiety of the advowson of the church of North' Creyk' in the county of Norfolk and the manor of Ditton' Valeyns and 100 acres of land, 20 acres of pasture, 50 shillings of rent and a rent of 3 pounds of cumin in Ditton' Valeyns, Newemarket and Ixnyngg in the county of Cambridge. Roger and Elizabeth have acknowledged [the manors], moiety, tenements, rent and advowson to be the right of Ralph, and have remised and quitclaimed the manors, moiety, tenements and advowson, excepting 10 pounds and 10 shillings of rent and a rent of 10 capons and 4 quarters of oats in the same manors, from themselves and the heirs of Elizabeth to Ralph and John and the heirs of Ralph for ever. And they have granted to Ralph and John the rents, together with the homages and all services of the abbot of Creyk', the prior of Bynham, the prior of the monks of Thefford', the prioress of Swafham and their successors, Mary, countess of Pembroke, Walter de Walcote, knight, Stephen de Halis, knight, William [C?]urs[oun?] and Joan, his wife, John de Sparham, Agnes Fouke, Robert de Mortuo Mari, John de Wulturton', the parson of the church of Snoryngg P[ar]ua, John de Harlyngge, Robert atte Style, Joan de Whatele, Lawrence Copour, Adam Gamyll', John Gerueys, Peter atte Fissh' Pole, Simon atte Welle, Richard Prikel, Oliver de Calthorp', knight, Roger Gyrre, Thomas de Derham, Geoffrey de Derham, Roger Galon', Thomas le Deye, John le Verdon', Edmund Athelwold', Muriel le Vaus, Roger Freman, Geoffrey de Derham, chaplain, John de Burgh', John Skot, John Smyth', Peter Gerueys, Katherine, daughter of John de Dockyngg, John de Oxewyk, Roger, son of Robert Jeckes, Cecily Checke, Robert Wrougher, James de Brunham, Richard le Smyth', Roger Gelle, Alice Julle, Bartholomew Hert', John Alquyk, Robert Julle, Cecily Moppe, Godfrey Abot, Reynold Godeknape, Andrew Bulwere, John Cosyn, Maud Hert', Paul Slop', Martin Hasteneye, Walter de Wynch', John Watemor, Guy de Banstede, Agnes de Derslee, William de Aston', Roger [Goselyngg, Margaret] Sibill', William, son of William Smyth' of Cheueslee, Simon Wrighte, Nicholas Auncel, chaplain, William Goffe, Ellen Smyth', William Euerard', Margery Honeman (or Margery Houeman), Robert Burgoyne, Alice Capron', John de Loundr's, John de Ikelyngham, Thomas Bayhouse, Thomas Skelleye, John Pere, William Rasour, Peter Brok, Gilbert Bernard', William atte Wyke, John Balle, John de Nedham and Robert Dunne and their heirs, in respect of all the tenements which they held before of Roger Elmrugge and Elizabeth in the aforesaid manors and vills, to hold to Ralph de Hemenhale and John Blitlesho and the heirs of Ralph, of the chief lords for ever. Ralph and John have given them 300 marks of silver. 1 May 1362. One week from St Hilary, 35 Edward III [20 January 1362]. And afterwards two weeks from Easter, 36 Edward III [1 May 1362]. Westminster 1362 feet of Fines CP 25/1/288/47, number 605.
None Nottinghamshire Poll Tax 1379 1379 fenwick Poll Tax
John de Nedham St Frideswydes ( Fresewyde) Oxford 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 1 Oct 1333 1316 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
John de Nedham & Luke de Nedham Oxford Oxford John de Nedham, who served the King and his father and who is now infirm, is sent to the prior of St. Frideswyde's (Fresewyde) Oxford, to receive the allowance that John de Taklay, deceased, had in the same. By K. on the information of brother Luke, his confessor 1 Oct 1316 1316 Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1313 to 1318
None South York Poll Tax 1379 1379 fenwick Poll Tax 112
John de Nedham, Thomas de Nedham, Henry son of Thomas de Nedham, Tuttebury and Hamburg, Mathefeld and Wetton, co. Stafford, and Staffordshire The like to Roger le Brabazon and William de Bereford, on petition by Westminster. the prior of Tuttebury before the king and council shewing that Michael de Meldon, John de Miners, William Bordeleys, Richard Puz, Roger de Ros-syngton, Roger le Gardyner, John Acard, Thomas de Ileghbarn, Thomas Astel of Rolleston, Robert Astel, William Encrelun, Elias de Stapelton, Stephen Lesing of Barton, William Wyldegos, Henry Richard, Nicholas Wildegos, John de Howyn, Henry Godi John de Nedham, Thomas de Nedham, Henry de Bukstones, Henry Spiry, Henry son of Thomas de Nedham, William Caumpere and Richard Raulot, with others, took the horses of his carts and the beasts of his ploughs, with the carts and ploughs, and other beasts, at Tuttebury and Hamburg, Mathefeld and Wetton, co. Stafford, and 26 Oct 1305 Westminster 1305 patent Rolls 33 EDWARD I vol 4 p405
Richard Nedham Staffordshire Staffordshire 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. 4 Apr 1399 1399 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds
Richard Nedham Staffordshire Staffordshire 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 Glider of Lancashire to set free John Goioun parson of Hochecote,if taken at suit of Hugh Draper vicar of Brackele averring threats. 3 Apr 1399 1399 Calendar of the close rolls preserved in the Public Record Office--Richard II v. 6. 1396-1399.
Nedham, suffolk Suffolk Enrolment of release by Ralph de Upgate of Therston, chaplain, to William dil Park of Hemenhale and Isabella his wife of his right in 16 messuages, 360 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 50 acres of pasture, 20 acres of wood, and 40s. of rent in Waketon, Long Stratton, Multon, Aslacton, and Fornesete, co. Norfolk, and in 8 messuages, 500 acres of laud, 20 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, 36 acres of wood, and 50*. of rent in Great Whelnitham, Hanstede, Poselingworth, Cavenedissh, Chippeleye, Coulyngg', Nedham, Gayslee, Kenteford, Hegham, and Multon, co. Suffolk, which formerly belonged to Thomas de la Chaumbre, knight, and which are now in the seisin of the said William and Isabella, and of his right in all lands of the said Thomas in co. Norfolk. Dated at Waketon, on Sunday after the quinzaine of Michaelmas, 18 Edward II. Memorandum, that Ralph came into chancery in the church of the Friars Preachers, London, on 2 November, and acknowledged the above deed. 24 Oct 1324 The tower 1324 Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1323 to 1327
Richard le Slautter of Nedlam Nedham Suffolk Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Kelleshull, Ralph de Bockyng, 'William Giffard and Robert de Teye, on complaint by John Tibetot, ' chivaler,' that Richard de Wyght the elder, Richard de Wyght the younger, Adam le Shepherd of Combos, Hugh le 6 Dec 1343 Westminster 1343 patent Rolls Edward 3 Vol 6 p 178
John de Nedham Newton in Holdernesse Yorkshire To the abbot and convent of Messenden. Request that they will admit York. into their house William Bellard, ' charetter,' who long served the king and his father, whom the king is sending to them, and that they will deliver to him the necessaries of life in food and clothing according to the requirements of his estate, and that they will cause letters patent to be made under the common seal of their house granting the same to him, writing back an account of their proceedings herein. By p.s.[4922, 4923.] The like for the following:..... .John de Nedham , sent to the master of the hospital of Newton in Holdernesse. 16 Dec 1318 York 1318 Calender of Close Rolls Edward I 1318 to 1323
John de Nedham Newton in Holdernesse Yorkshire John de Nedham, sent to the master of the hospital of Newton in Holdernesse 10 March 1318 1318 Catolgue of Ancient Deeds

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