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1227
Sir Thomas de nedham
Nedham, Norfolk
Nedham, Norfolk
1227
Mendham parish church is dedicated to All the Saints , and was originally a rectory , one turn of which, was in Sir William de Huntingfield , founder of the priory here, to which he gave it, and the other in Sir Thomas de Nedham , who gave it to William Prior of the Holy Trinity at Ipswich , and the convent there, to which it was appropriated by Thomas de Blundeville Bishop of Norwich , in 1227, when the vicarage was settled to consist of a messuage and 24 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow and marsh, with all the alterage belonging to the church, and the tithes of the mills, hay, turf , and fish , and all sorts of pulse , and 10 s. per annum rent; viz . from the Lady Eve de Arches half a mark, &c. (fn. 1) and the said Prior was to pay all dues to the bishop and archdeacon , except synodals ; (fn. 2) and Henry de Diss , chaplain, the first vicar here, was presented by the Prior of Ipswich . The account of this church in Norwich Domesday is thus; the Prior of the Holy Trinity of Ipswich hath the moiety of the church of Mendham , appropriated to his convent, and hath a house and two carucates of land, and receives the tithes of the demeans of Sir Thomas de Nedham ; this was valued formerly at 15 marks. The Prior of Mendham hath the other moiety, and receives the tithes of Sir William de Hunting field , and his moiety is valued at ten marks. Sir Thomas de Clare is patron of the third part, which the vicar holds of the fee of Cockfield , and is valued at tive marks. An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5. Originally published by W Miller, London, 1806. vol 5
1227 Sir Thomas de nedham Nedham, Norfolk Nedham, Norfolk 1227 The chapel of St. Peter at Nedham was in all probability founded by the Nedham family, and most likely, by Sir Thomas de Nedham himself, for his own tenants; and being so far from the mother-church of Mendham , was made parochial, and hath separate bounds, officers, administration of sacraments, and burial; it is under the episcopal , but exempt from the archidiaconal jurisdiction; for it pays neither synodals, procurations , nor Peter-pence : and in 1329, a perpetual composition and agreement was made between the parishioners of the mother-church of Mendham , and those of the chapel of Nedham ; by which, in lieu of all reparations and dues to the parish of Mendham , they agreed to pay 18 d . every Easter-day , towards the repairs of Mendham church, as an acknowledgment that they were members of it. In 1411, the parishioners of Nedham , complained to Pope John XXIII. that their chapel was not well served, though the Prior of Mendham was well paid his tithes; upon which, a bull directed to Alexander de Totington Bishop of Norwich , issued; (fn. 3) commanding him to oblige the Prior of Mendham to find, and give security to him, that that convent would always find a parochial chaplain resident in Nedham , well and duly to serve the chapel there: and ever since, the impropriator of Mendham nominates the parish chaplain . In 1603, it was returned that An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5. Originally published by W Miller, London, 1806. vol 5
1227 Sir Thomas de nedham Nedham, Norfolk Nedham, Norfolk 1227 This hamlet originally belonged to the Abbot of Bury , (fn. 6) and was infeoffed by one Frodo at the Conquest, whose descendants took the sirname of Nedham , and contrary to the common rule, gave their name to this place; it should seem that the family extinguished in several heiresses, by the many parts or manors it was divided into; and now there are four manors still subsisting here vol 5
1251 Hodsock Nottinghamshire Dec 14 1251 Grant to William de Ferrariis, earl of Derby, and his heirs, of free warren in all his demesne lands in the manors of Liverpol, Westderby, Everton, Crosseby, Wavertre, Salford, Bowelton, Penelton, Buttuhton, Sweineshurst, Bourtonewod, and Cherles, co. Lancaster and in the manors of Esseburne, Underwod, Bredlowe, Officlecot, Beintleg, Thorp, Mapelton, Penewick, Alsop, Eyton, Huncendon, Wednesleg, Suinerton, Hekenarton, Caldelawe, Crumbeford, Mildilton, Kercinton, Hopton, Wirkeswurth, Boutesha 1, Ypton, Mulnefeld, Matlok, Willardesley, Hertindon, Crondecote, Buestanes, Nedham , Wldon, Sternedale, Hordlowe, Heytton, Duffield, Alrewaseleg, Beurepeyr, Makeneg, Winleg, Holebrok, Suwode, • Heyheg, Corteleg, Ravenesdale, Holand, Newebig?ing and Screpton, co. Derby ; and in the manors of Vattebur, Rolveston, Mercinton, Uittokesather, Joxhale, Barton, Tattenhull, Hambur, Falete, Cotes, Draieote, Calender of Charter Rolls p374
1275 Joh'es de Nedh'm derbyshire derbyshire Edw 1 It is said that J de N, an associate of a certain Hubert, thief, later hanged at the castle, pledged/paid a fine of 5 marks to Thomas Folejambe, on behalf of his lord R<obert> Extraneus, in order to remain in his home town <i.e. not be exiled?> .............................. Likewise, Henry C<o>licus<?>  took from the said J de N one acre of meadow valued at 40 solidi, so that he would help him in his deliberation <court defence?> rotuli hundredorum vol 2 192
1275 Adam de Nedh'm Villata de Sc'o Albano, Hertfordshire Villata de Sc'o Albano, Hertfordshire Edw 1 It is said that Symon Starlyng bailiff of the hundred of Doncaster<?>  took from Adam of N 40 denarii while he was under interrogation. rotuli hundredorum vol 2 60
1275 Albrico de Nedham canterbury Kent Edw 1 Andrew Fitz Roger holding of the said vassal 2 acres of land paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 2 denarii.Roger Bercar  holding  1 acre of land of the same vassal  paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 1 denarius. Alan Alward  holding  1 acre of land of the same vassal  paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 2 denarii. Henry Bele  holding  1 acre of land of the same vassal  paid annually to Albrico de Nedham 1 denarius. Albicus <de Nedham> from the said Edmund 1 denarius for services rendered rotuli hundredorum vol 2 493
1275 Eustac de Nedh'm canterbury Kent Edw 1 Likewise they <the Canonici> have <...> an acre of land in perpetuity as a gift <bequest?> from Eustace de N rotuli hundredorum vol 2 357
1275 Hug de Ned'm canterbury Kent Edw 1 Hugh de N owns a messuage in Bernewell which he bought from Galfrus Carvar. GC bought it from Rado of Theviham<?>. R of Th bought it from Matilda, daughter of Peter Stote, who had inherited it from Peter Stote her father. Peter bought it from William C<o>licus<?> <...>. The said H de N gave the said R de Th 8 denarii per annum rotuli hundredorum vol 2 400
1275 Joh'es de Nedh'm canterbury Kent Edw 1 <Earlier part of records describes a break-in/robbery at Bauquelle, presumably Bakewell>.  Henry C<o>licus<?>  took from the said J de N while he was imprisoned one acre of meadow valued at 40 solidi, so that he would help him in his deliberation <court defence?> rotuli hundredorum vol 2 290
1288 Adam de Nedham ST Albans Hertfordshire 20 Oct 1288 Westminster Oct. 20. Oct. 20. Westminster, William de Brok acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham of St.Albans 81. 12s. Ad. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Middlesex and Northampton. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 551
1288 Adam de Nedham ST Albans Hertfordshire 20 Oct 1288 Robert Swift of Newmarket (de Novo 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. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 553
1288 Adam de Nedham ST Albans Hertfordshire 20 Oct 1288 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. Cancelled on payment. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 552
1288 Adam de Nedham ST Albans Hertfordshire 20 Oct 1288 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 payment. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 552
1288 Adam de Nedham ST Albans Hertfordshire 8 April westminster Walter de Mulcastre acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham 6 marks ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Cumberland. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1279 to 1288 535
1289 Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 28 April 1289 Westminster Hugh de Coleworth acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham of St. Albans 68s. 8d. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Essex Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1288 to 1296 41
1289 Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 5 May 1289Westminstr Hugh Dauudely acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 161. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Northampton. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1288 to 1296 42
1292 Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 18 Jan 1292 Westminster Robert de Barton acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 20s.; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Westmoreland Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1288 to 1296 252
1292 Adam Nedham and wife Emma Hertfordshire. 4 May 1292; Westminster. One month from Easter, 20 Edward I [4 May 1292] Plea of covenant: William Inge, querent, by Adam Steynwy, put in his place, and Adam de Nedham and Emma, his wife , deforciants. 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land, 80 acres of wood and 40 shillings of rent in Whathamstede. Adam and Emma have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of William, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Adam to him and his heirs for ever. William has given them 1 sore sparrowhawk.William Inge, querent, by Adam Steynwy, put in his place, and Adam de Nedham and Emma, his wife, deforciants. 1 messuage, 1 carucate of land, 80 acres of wood and 40 shillings of rent in Whathamstede. Adam and Emma have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of William, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Adam to him and his heirs for ever. William has given them 1 sore sparrowhawk. Feet of Fines CP 25/1/86/45, number 276. CPImage of document at AALT
1293 Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 29 Oct 1293 Westminster Robert Pecche acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedeham of St. Albans 101. 10s. 0(1. ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in cos. Essex and Suffolk Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1288 to 1296
1293 Adam de Needham St Albans Hertfordshire 27 Nov 1293 Debtor: Roger de Beltoft, knight, of Lincs. Creditor: Adam de Needham , of St Albans [Herts] Amount: 24m. Before whom: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair. First term: 27/11/1293 Last term: 27/11/1293 Writ to: Sheriff of Lincs Sent by: Thomas Sely and William de Rainham, citizens of London; John de Bakewell, Clerk; at Boston Fair. Endorsement: Retornabile in banco in quindena sancti ...... | C 241/24/68
1295 Adam de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 8 Dec 1295 Westminster William Gerberd acknowledges that he owes to Adam de Nedham 18 marks ; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Norfolk. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1288 to 1296 501
1302 Adam de Nedham & Luke de Nedham St Albans Hertfordshire 26 Jul 1302 Westminster 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. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1296 to 1302 590
1305 Robert de Nedham 1 July 1305 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. '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. Roll G Membr. 1 5 Feb. 1304-
1316 John de Nedham & Luke de Nedham Hertfordshire 1 Oct 1316 John de Nedham , who served the king and his father and who is now infirm, is sent to the prior and convent of St. Frideswyde's (Freseteyde) Ox­ford, to receive the allowance that John de Taklay, deceased, had in the same. By K. on the information of brother Luke, his confessor. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1313 to 1318 433
1318 John de Nedham Newton in Holdernesse 16 Dec 1318 York 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. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1318 to 1323 116
1318 Adam de needham S Albans Hertfordshire. Two weeks from St Michael, 12 Edward II [13 October 1318]. 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. Feet of Fines CP 25/1/88/63, number 301. Image of document at AALT
1324 Nedham, suffolk Suffolk 24 Oct 1324 The tower 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. Calender of Close Calls Edward I 1323 to 1327 319
1333 Robert Albyn, querent, and Adam de Nedham and Christian, his wife, deforciants. Hertfordshire 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]. 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. Feet of Fines CP 25/1/88/74, number 128. Image of document at AALT
1333 Adam de Needham & Margaret Hertfordshire. Two weeks from St Michael, 5 Edward II [13 October 1311]. Westminster 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. Feet of Fines CP 25/1/87/55, number 104. Image of document at AALT
1399 Richard Nedeham London Midsummer day; 1399/1413 Richard Nedeham was a Sheriff in London feet of fines
1413 Otuwell Nedham Pua Heyfeld between 13 Hy. IV and 10 Hy. VI; Damaged roll (1413/1432) Rent Roll:…..., Otuwell Nedham , Willimus Cleyton, Robert Legh for Roger Bran-wall, Willim Cleyton, Robert Downs cu sociis for Byrchynhallonds, Johes Strafford de Shae, Rog. Legh de Rydge, Robert Legh, Heres Rog. Jawdrell, Galfrid Bredbury de banke, Idem Galfrid for a croft in Whytellwodde, Otuwell Nedham , Christopher Hyde, Hers Robert Hyde, Edmund Trafford miles, Villa de Mellor for cow mole. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) THE FLEAS OF THE FOREST OF PEAK IN THE TIME OF KING 330
1413 Otiwell Nedham Castleton between 13 Hy. IV and 10 Hy. VI; Damaged roll (1413/1432) Rent Roll:….Capellanus Hospital de Spetill, Ric. Eyre, Robert Fornes, Robt. Bagger, Ric. Cademon, Thomas Balgey, Martin Eyre de redseyte for Randulphus Orme's land, Robert Stiylley, George Savage Capell, (9) Otiwell Nedham ……...Heres Thomas Bagger, Tohes Hall for land of Thos. Ruttur, The Chantre of Tyddiswall, Nie Longford Miles, Henr Foljam Armiger, Elis Tyme, Otiwell Nedham , Sotell and Rancliffe, Johes Eyre for land of William Wodde, John Wilson, George Savage, p tr. Tohis Doune, Roger Howe, Nic Bredbury and Robert Benett, Johes Joll for land of Thos. johnson, Wilim Trickett de Hope, for the House of the Blessed Mary at Castleton, Nic Eyre, Villa de Castelton, p. turbary, Henr Hall Demeyn, 40s.,..... Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 330/1
1413 William Nedham, Ric. Nedham, Philip Nedham, Edward Nedham Ffeyrefeld between 13 Hy. IV and 10 Hy. VI; Damaged roll (1413/1432) Rent Roll....Willam Henshawe, William Nedham, Ric. Nedham , Ric. Padley, Jollis Swanne, Robert Graven, Nic. Hyll, Heres Willam Moycoke, Roger Cotrell, Johis Ferne, Idem Johis, Robert Bagsha, Willins Ferne, Carolus Ferne, The Chantre of Tyddyswall, William Dawken, Willam Hall, Ric. Sevne (? Senior), Robt. Dawken, Her Roger Harryson, Christopher Ashford, Philip Nedham, Edward Nedham , Johes Adamson, Henr Vernon Miles, Tota Villa p. increments, Tota Villa p. turbary, Tota Villa p. Conyngdale, Johes Pole p. Cowlowe. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 332
1413 Robt Nedham Hylle between 13 Hy. IV and 10 Hy. VI; Damaged roll (1413/1432) The Chantre of Tyddswall, Robert Lytton, Thomas Beyle, Nic. Hille, dem Nic. for land of Robt. Wodroff, Thomas Fletcher Robt. Nedham Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 333
1431 Johannis Nedham Derbyshire 1431 Inquisition Post Morteum juror - sitting in Ashbourne Inquisitions & Assessments relating to Feudal Aids AD 1284-1431 Vol 1 279
1431 Christopher Nedham Derbyshire 1431 Cristoforus Nedham de eisdem villa et comitatu, gentilman, habuit dicto die Veneris in dominico liberum tenementum ibidem, quod tenetur in socagio, et valet per annum ………………xx,s Inquisitions & Assessments relating to Feudal Aids AD 1284-1431 Vol 1 283
1431 Christopher Nedham Derbyshire 1431 Cristoforus Nedham de Bawdon in dicto comitatu, gentilman, habuit dicto die Veneris liberum tenementuin in dominico in Castelton, quod tenetur in socagio, et valet per annum - . . _ xiij. s. iiij.d. Inquisitions & Assessments relating to Feudal Aids AD 1284-1431 Vol 1 285
1432 Xpofer de Nedham, Dead 10 Hy. VI …..Walto de vilay, Hug. de Strelley, Thorn, de Cloght, Xpofer de Nedham, Johe fil Willi Mellor, Thomas Johe Lyme, Thom. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) THE PLEAS OF THE FOREST OF PEAK TEMPE KING HENRY VI. 334
1432 Rico de Nedham, Johe fil Willi de Nedham Dead? 10 Hy. VI thomas FIL johis wright for in Longesd, Villat de Stendale, Villat de Cowdale, Villat de Stadon, Villat de Buxston, Abbat de Welbek de redd in Crokhill, Villat de Tyddyswall, Villat de Lytton for , Villat de Wardlane, siti // Villat dr pua Hokelow siti, Villat de Hasulbache, Villat de Buxton, Villat- de '1'liornliill, Villat de Aston //Villat dr pua Hokelow siti, Villat de Hasulbache, Villat de Buxton, Villat- de '1'liornliill, Villat de Aston. // Thomas Henshawe, Johis, Thomas Medham Rico dr Padley, Join; fil Willi de Swan, Johe Graneno, Johc fil Johis Hill, Willo fil Johis Moykoc, Thomas Coterell, Heir Johis Smytii de Tyddyswall, Johe Ferne, Robt. Corop, Rico fil Johis Fferne, Capello Cantie de Tyddyswall, Johe fil Henr Smyth, Willo Bradwall, W;llo Nedl1am , Henr Johis Smith de Tyddyswall, Johe Dawkyn, Thomas Henshawe, John Browne, Willo Ashford, Rico de Nedham , Johe fil Willi de Nedham , Her Jollis Padley, Johe Pole for Fairefeld, Robto Coup, Johe Bowring, Tota Villat, pr. increment ibm. eadm vill. p. ead. vill. for Colyngdale. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) THE PLEAS OF THE FOREST OF PEAK TEMPE KING HENRY VI. 335/6
1432 Johe Nedham Dead? 10 Hy. VI Robto Ffetcher, Jolie fil Thoni. IIopkylison, eodm Johe, Willo Wryght, Capellis Cantie de Tyddiswall, Kisdem Capellis, Rico Lytton, Jolie Northe, Jolie Tunsted, Johe Nedham , Jolie Tliomason, Tota Villat pr. increment. Willo Plumton milite, Rogo de Wormliill, Robto Woderove, Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) THE PLEAS OF THE FOREST OF PEAK TEMPE KING HENRY VI. 336
1440 Chrisf Needham Held at Castleton 18 Henry VI; Wednesday after the Feast of St. Michael Court Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 339
1441 Christie Needham Castleton 19 Henry VI;Wednesday after the feast of the beahding of John the Baptist Court Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 340
1442 Jo. Needham Wormhill 20th hy. VI . feast oF st. george, 23rd April. View of Frank Pledge; jurors Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 343
1442 John Needham, Roger Needham Tydd & Whiston 20th hy. VI . feast oF st. george, 23rd April. Thos. Pursclous, Wm. Barton, Jo. Knollys, and Wm. Robynson, Frank pledge. Present, Robt. Bagshawe, Edward Bagshawe, Ralf Bagshawe, Wm. Kirke, Wm. Bredshawe, and Jo. Shalcrosse of Horwich, John Needham, Roger Needham , Gervan Wodroff, and many others, unknown, came armed, and in array to the Church of Tideawell, in a quarrelsome manner, abusing verbally Nifh. Bredshaw and Henry Bredshaw, against the King's peace, and broke their house, asking for them ; and because they could not find them, stretched their bows, and went into the Church, before the altar of the Mass, and sought for them ; to the great disturbance of the people of the King. The said jurors presented, that all the Frank pledge had faith­fully presented, and lastly one Roger Holyngworth prosecuted a writ of debt for 6s. 8d. against Rich. Barton, and that the said Rich. lost 13s. £d. to be paid to the Sheriff, against the ordinances of the Common Council of the Lord King of the Duchy of Lancaster. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 344
1466 John Nedham St Barth.'s Abbey West Smithfield London The only occasion on which this prior had to grant the hospital licence to elect a master was on the death of John Wakering, in the year 1466, after he had been master for 44 years. John Nedham , Bachelor of Laws, was elected in his place in the same year, and, as the entry states, 'in the 19th week after his profession.' (fn. 33) The Records of St. Bartholomew's Priory and St. Bartholomew the Great, West Smithfield: Volume 1. Originally published by Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1921.
1467 Richard Nedeham London 24 Oct 1467; 6 Edward IV Release by Thomas Fetherstone & Andrew Body of London to RN & John Jeny of London of their right to a tenement in the parishof Allhallows, Bredestrete of which they with RN & JJ< Thomas Hethe, Robert Waryn & Roger Cok, the younger had benn enfeoffed by Henry newark feet of fines
1471 John Nedham, knt London 20/06/1471; 10 Edward IV John Nedham. Knight, a Justice of the Common Please feet of fines
1471 Richard Needham London 20 Jun 1471; 10 Edward IV siting on the Kings bench feet of fines
1471 Oliver Needham held at Tideswell 10 ed. IV., the 3rd of January View of Frank Pledge of George, Duke of clarence; juror of the King:…. Oliver Needham …. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 354
1471 Otiwell Needham held at Bowden 10 ed. IV., the 3rd of January …juror of the King……. Otiwell Needham Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 354
1471 Tho. Needham & Xpo. Needham Whitehill X EDWARD IV DUCHY RENTAL : Rog. Annfeld, Jo. Arnfeld, Willo Arnfeld, 3s.4d.; Rogo Arnfeld p ter Jo. Leighe, Willo de Hide, 3s. 2d.; Tho. Needham et Rogo Brodhall, Xpo Cleyton, Willo Cleyton, eod Willo p ter nup Willi Brodhurst, Rico Birchinhall, Villa de Mellour, Jo. Stafford, Matilda Cilbody, Robto Whitehed, Willo Cleyton, Jo. fil Petri de Leigh, Agnet Riddings, Rogo Bromhall, Robto Serle, Agnet Serle, Geo. Gawdrell, Wilkr'Stafford, Jo. Waterhouse, Hug. Bradbury, Xpo. Needham , 18s, 4d. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 376
1471 Tho. Needham; Tho. Needham p ter Jo. Balbern, Johe Needham, Laur Needham p ter Jo. Needham, eod Henr p ter o. Needham, Rico Needham, ter Jo. Padley Ffayrefielde X EDWARD IV DUCHY RENTAL : Tho. Henshawe ter Walteri Hall, eod Thoma terr Jo. Gyte, Hered Tho. Needham p ter Willi Swan, Hered Rici Padley, 5s. 8d.; Hered Willi Swan, 4s. 4d.; Tho. Needham p ter Jo. Balbren, Robto Grave, Jo. Hill, Hered Willi Moycock, y. zd.; Rico Fferne p terr Willi Moycock, Hered Thoma Coterell, 5s. 1d.; Xpo Bagshawe p ter Jo. Smith, eod Xpo p ter ejusdem Johis, Robto Fferne p ter Jo. Fferne, Rico Fferne fil Jo. Fferne, Rico Fferne, Capell Cantar de Tiddiswall, Hered Jo. Ward p terr Willi Bradwall, Johe Needham, Laur Needham p ter Jo. Needham , Hered Tho. Fferne, 5s. 4d.; p ter Benedict Hellen, Johe Dawkin, 4s. 11d.; Jo. Dawkyn, junr. p ter Willi Browne, Henri fil Rogi Harrison p ter Jo. Swan, eod Henri p ter Johis Henshawe, eod Henri p ter Johis Fferne, eod Henr p ter Jo. Needham , eod Henry ter Willi Moycock, Willi Ashford, y. 10d.; Rico Needham , ter Jo. Padley, Jo. Adamson p terr Robti Coup, Jo. Poole de Hertington p Colewe, Tota villa et increment ibm, ead villa p turbar hend, eadem villa p Cunning-dale. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 378/379
1471 Johem & Johis Needham Tunsted X EDWARD IV John Tunstid, 3s. 1d.; p ter Robti Ffletcher, eodem John p ter Reginald! Scripshaw, Robto Lytton, 3s. 4d. ; p terr Johis fil Thome Hoskinsonne, 3s. 4d. ; Nicho fil Johis p ter fris sui, Johanes Wright p terr pris sui, 6s. 8d ; Capell Cantar de Tiddeswall, Robto Lytton, Johem Tunstid, 7s.; codcm John p terr fil Thome Hopkynson, eodem Johem p terr Johis Needham , eodem Johe p intake, Tota villa p increment et turb. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 379
1471 Hered Johis Needham Hardwickwall X EDWARD IV Capell Cant de Tyddeswall, Johis Tunstid p terr Rogeri Alenson, Hered Rogeri Alenson, Hered Thome Dale, 3s. gd.; Robt. Medulton, 6s. nd.; p ter Nichi Hall, eodem Robto p ter Johis Leghe, 7s.; John Hopkynson, p ter Willi Allenson, 8s. ; Johe Torr, 3s. 7d. ; p ter Johes Dond, Capell Cantar de Tyddeswall, Hered Rici Lytton p ter Rogi Dalle, John Bailye p ter Thome Alen, Johes fil Johis Hill, Johe Buxstons p terr pris sui, Hered Johis Needham , Tota p increment et turb. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 379
1471 Johe Nedham de Thornesett Rents 10 Edward Iv …...Willo Ragge de Forside, 6s. 8d.; Johe Nedham de Thornesett , Hug. Dewsnapp, Tho. fil Willi Mellour, Nicho de Hawe, Robto Marpull, Petro fil Johis Rowlynson, eod Petro p ter nup Ade. Hatton, eod Petro p ter nup Robti Chalade, Johe fil Jo. Rowlynson, 8s. 7d.;...... Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) A Booke of Rentals for His Majesty's Rentes, increase money, Palfrey money, and the lyke, within the High Peake, tempore Edwardi quarti Rg. Being a true copy of rentalls brought in July, 1794. The rents under 3 shillings omitted 375
1471 Johe Nedham de Thornesett Ffernelee, Kinder et Hayfield Magna. X EDWARD IV Duchy Rental: ….. Johe Nedham de Thornesett , Hug. Dewsnapp, Tho. fil Willi Mellour, Nicho de Hawe, Robto Marpull, Petro fil Johis Rowlynson, eod Petro p ter nup Ade. Hatton, eod Petro p ter nup Robti Chalade, Johe fil Jo. Rowlynson, 8s. 7d Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) THE PLEAS OF THE FOREST OF PEAK TEMPE KING HENRY VI. 375
1472 Chrisf- Needham At Castleton II ed. IV. , Wednesday after the feast of St. Edward, King and Martyr, 13th Oct A view oF frank pledge; present….. Christf- Needham Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 363
1473 Chrisf- Needham At Glossop 12 edward IV. (I). Monday after the feast of St. George the Martyr (23rd April) A view oF frank pledge; present….. Christf- Needham …..free tenants, made default in service; Robt. Smyth of Ludworth, yoman, Hy. Lester of Buxton, yoman, and Rich. Coup de ead, stole 15 young oxen of Thos. Smyth, at Ludworth; Brian Mellor made affray upon Otiwell Holland ; .Saunder Blomhall is an eavesdropper by night; Nicolas Garlick, a free tenant in default. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 364
1473 Christ. Needham At Bowdon 12 edward IV. (I). Monday after the feast of St. George the Martyr (23rd April) …. .Christ. Needham… ...free tenants, made default in service; Elena Leake stole a flitch of bacon and some (kercheles) of the goods of Jo. Torre of Martynside, and Margt wo. of Rich. Offerton, aided and abetted her. John Boter made affray upon Lawrence Crowshawe and Rich. Marler upon Lawrence; Thos. Bowden and jo. Willeson, free tenants, made default in service.
Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 365
1473 Wm Needham HELD AT castleton 12 ed. IV. Wednesday next before the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Feb. 2.) A court; Wm. Furness is elected as Frank pledge for Castleton and juryman . Wm. Needham and Thos. Sherman likewise Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 369
1473 Wm Needham HELD AT castleton 12 ed. IV. Wednesday before the Feast of St. Margaret the Virgin. A Court: John Halle v. Jo. Donne. Rich. Howe, Wm. Townsend, John Gardner, and Wm. Needham, Jurors for valuing a dish (patell) of the goods of Mark Tymme for a plough-rent owing to the Duke of Clarence, 33. 4d. Thos. Coly v. Rich. Howe and Nich. Howe. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 369
1473 Wm. Nedeham At Castleton XII EDWARD IV. Frank pledge, Thurston Hall, Wm. Fumes, Wm. Nedeham , and Thos. Sherman. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 367
1473 Hugo Nedeliam, Worrmhill, Fairfield, & Fernlee XII EDWARD IV. Frank pledge present, Hy. Buckstones, Wm. Buxtons, opposed (fecer' recussu) Chrisf Bagshaw and John Marchynton, the King's officials. Wm. Plomton, Kt., Hy. Folgeam, Esq., Jo. Tonstyde, Rad. Middleton, Gervasc Woodroff, Hugo Nedeliam, Nich. Hill, Wm. Palfreman, John Hopkins, and Jo. Wright are free tenants in default. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 368
1474 Wm Needham HELD AT castleton 13 ed. IV. on the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel (agth Sept.) A court held: John Hall surrendered a burgage between his own land and the Peeksers, late in the ten of Roger Thornhill, to the use of Rad. Hyde, of Tydd, who appeared by Rich. his son, who gave to the Lord for ingress and did fidelity.
Roger Townsend v. Rich. Cok; Roger Hall v. Wm. Yreland, detinue of one (lengthm) value 20d., and v. Hy. Stafford in detinue; Wm. Needham, Wm. Fornes, Rad. Orme, Gyles Tyme, jurors—1 cow of Robt. Kirk, 75., 1 cow of Edmund Crosslee, 6s., 1 ox of John Showre, 6s., 1 dish of Martin Tyme, 4s , 1 little dish of Thos. Sherman, 10d., 1 dish of Jo. Done for rents of the Lord; Thos. Done v. Thos. Hill of Highlow, and v. Robt. Bagger and Cecilia Wo. of Wm. Bagger, exors. of his will, for detaining a bed worth 10s., a girdle (zona) worth 40d., a gorget worth 6d., a sheep (ove) worth 2s. 6d.
Wm. Melond v. Thos. Tasker; Jo. Crosby v. Robt. Snydale, destroying a garden.
Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 371
1488 Otiwell Needham held at hazelbach, 3 HY. VII. 4th Aug. Great Court: jury—Nich. Wodroff, Thos. Howe, Rich. Elott, Robt. Halom, John Elot, Thos. Elot, Wm. Burton, Xpofer Stafford, Hy. Stafford, Hugo Johnson, Robt. Seward, Jo. Bradwall……………...Philip Longsden, herdsman of Lord Reynold Lee of Blackrock, for trespass with cattle in Ospring; Otiwell Needham , Nicolas Kirk, Peter Bagshawe, and John Woodroff for the like. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 383/4
1498 Robert Needham, Henry Needham held at chapel-en-le-frith 13 Hy. VII. (Oct. 10.) high peak. a swanmote of the Forest: Foresters of Fee of Champana— Robert Needham (Deputy, Thos. Meverell), Thos. Bagshawe (Deputy, Thos. Barley), Hy. Needham , Jo. Woodroff, and Peter Bagshawe, present that Robt. Clayton………………… Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 384
1506 Ralph Nedeham Newark Nottinghamshire 1506 Inquisition taken at Newarke, 16 October, 22 Hen. vij Thoroton Soci ety. Record Series.VOL. III.ABSTRACTS OF THE RELATING TO NOTTINGHAMSHIRE VOL. I.HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII I485 TO 1546.EDITED BY W. P. W. PHILLIMORE 44
1506 Ralph Nedeham Newark Nottinghamshire 5 Nov 1506 Delivered into Court, 15 November, . . . Hen. vij [1506?]. Thoroton Soci ety. Record Series.VOL. III.ABSTRACTS OF THE RELATING TO NOTTINGHAMSHIRE VOL. I.HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII I485 TO 1546.EDITED BY W. P. W. PHILLIMORE 45
1507 Otiwell Needham Held at Castleton 16 th Oct. 22 henry VII Jurors—Nich. Eyre of Hassop,……...Roland Eyr., Otiwell Needham , Thos. Balgy, Robt. Thorhill, heirs of Otiwell Wodroff, Robt. Ward, …….. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 386
1509 Otiwell Needham Held at Bowden 23 april. 24 hy. VII. View oF frank pledge of the lord king. jury for the king:…….Thos. Alien, Otiwell Bradbury, Otiwell Needham , Rad. Platte, ……. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 389
1509 Otiwell Needham Stoney Middleton, Stoke and Nether Padley. 23 april. 24 hy. VII. Robt. Hobson, Jo. Hobleson, Wm. Mosley, Jury……...Item, Otiwell Needham , Otiwell Bradbury, Rad Platt, Rad Ragge, Ran. Hyndman, Thos. Stafford de Sha, Roger Legh, Nick. lhandrill, Thos. Kynder of Kynder, Xpofer Hyde de Olersete, for deft. of court. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 392
1509 Richard nedham Henry VIII; 1509/1547 Edmund Pekham, esquire, Paul Darrell, John Willimu?!,and John Babbham, and John Clement, and Isabella, liis wife, and Richard Nelham. Premises in Ryselypp. Trin. Anno 21 feet of fines
1509 James Nedeham London & Middlesex Henry VIII; 1509/1547 James Nedeham, esquire, and Francis Gooddore, esquire, and Ursula, his wife. Land in Southmymys. ////. Anno 29. A Calender to the feet of Fines for Londdon & Middlesex HenryVII to Michaelmas,1&12 Elizabeth
1509 James Nedam London & Middlesex Henry VIII; 1509/1547 James Nedam, esquire, and Walter Marsshe, and Elinor,his wife. Premises in Southmymys. SiI. Anno 29. A Calender to the feet of Fines for Londdon & Middlesex HenryVII to Michaelmas,1&12 Elizabeth
1509 James Nedeham London & Middlesex Henry VIII; 1509/1547 Henry Goodere and James Nedeham, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Southmymys. JUL Anno 34. A Calender to the feet of Fines for Londdon & Middlesex HenryVII to Michaelmas,1&12 Elizabeth
1520 Roger Nedham Newark Nottinghamshire 0 Feb 1519/20 they say that by certain Indentures between the said Richard Stanhope of the one part, and Anthony Babyngton of the other part, dated 10 February, 11 Hen. viij [1519-20], for £40 by Anthony to be paid to Richard among other covenants it was agreed that John Babyngton should marry Sanchia, daughter and heir then apparent of the said Richard Stanhope, and that Richard should make to John Topclyffe and* Thomas Thurland, esquires, and Roger Nedha?n , rector of the church of Eganton, Nicholas Palfreman, Richard Sewdell and Robert Alleyn, clerks, a sufficient estate in law in fee simple of and in lands and tenements to the yearly value of ^"40, to the use that the said Topclyffe and his associates should permit the said Anthony to receive the issues of the lands and tenements to the value of £20, parcel of the said £40, for the exhibition of the said John and Sanchia, until the said John is 2i years of age, and at such age to the use of the said John and Sanchia his wife and the heirs male of their bodies begotten. Thoroton Soci ety. Record Series.VOL. III.ABSTRACTS OF THE RELATING TO NOTTINGHAMSHIRE VOL. I.HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII I485 TO 1546.EDITED BY W. P. W. PHILLIMORE 166
1520 John Netam Loughborough Leicestershire 1520 Netam, John ; Loughborough INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1521 Roger Nedham Nottinghamshire Nottinghamshire 3 jan 1521 The said Richard Stanhope by another indenture between himself and the said Anthony made, dated 3 January, 12 Hen. viij [1520-1], declared that all the lands and tenements by the said Topclyffe and the others above recovered should be accepted for lands and tenements of the yearly value of £40, ………..Afterwards Thomas Thurland and Roger Nedha?n died, and John Topclyffe^ Nicholas Palfreyman, Richard Sewell and Robert Aleyn survived and remained, and now are seized of the manor called " Stanhope manor " to the use of Anthony Babyngton until John is of full age, and at that age they shall be seized to the use ofJohn and Sanchia and their heirs male Thoroton Soci ety. Record Series.VOL. III.ABSTRACTS OF THE RELATING TO NOTTINGHAMSHIRE VOL. I.HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII I485 TO 1546.EDITED BY W. P. W. PHILLIMORE 168
1524 Otiwell Needham held at Buxton 7TH may. Hy. VIII Jury—Nich. Eyre of Hope, Thos. Barber, …...Robt. Bradbury, of Yolgreve, surrendered a mess. and 15a. in Prestcliff, late Thos. Hodkinson, Thos. Cokayne, Kt., George Vernon, Esq., Otiwell Needham, ..... Miller, jun., enfeoffed the said Robt. Bradbury that he should make a feoffment of the said lands to the use of himself and Agneta his late wife, and daughter of John Miller of Dale, in tail and in default of issue to his own right heirs, according to terms of a marriage settlement of the 6 Hy. VIII. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 409
1524 Philip Netham held at Buxton 29TH april. 15 hy. VIII. John Boke, of Kinder, v. Wm. Brokylhurst. qth june. wm. Creswell, of Bagshaw, ats same. 8TH july. Robt. Hadfield, of Heyfield, ats Philip Netham . Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 409
1526 Hugo Nedham 1ST aug. 17 hy. VIII Foresteks oF Campana . George Meverill p. Thos. Revell, Deputy. George Barley, Esq., p. Jo. Wright, Deputy. Thurston, Woodruff, Wm. Bagshaw, Deputy. Hugo Nedham in p. p. The heirs ot Peter Bagshaw p. Thos. Bagshaw, Deputy Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 416
1526 Philip Needham, Geo. Needham, 1ST aug. 17 hy. VIII Foresters of Langendale . Abbot de Basingworth p. Thos. Johnson, Deputy. ….., Philip Needham, Geo. Needham , Robt. Hybbert, Nich. Bower, transgressions in forest at Breri Bresse Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 416
1526 Robt Needham At Bowden 5tH oct. 17 Hv. VIII Jo. Shert, Jo. Bowden, Jo. Sykes and Jo. Yonge, Frank pledge, present, Thos. Bowden, Edmd. and Jo. Barnes, Otiwell Rydge, Otiwell Bowden, made affray on Robt. Needham , who drew blood on them. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 418
1526 Edwd Needham At Fryrefield. 12 th april. 17 Hv. VIII. High Peak. View of frank pledge. Rich. Swann, Jas. Pedley, Frank pledge, present, Jo. Swan and Edwd. Needham; John Glossop affray on John Cart. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 421
1526 Geo Nedham At Bawden 12 th april. 17 Hv. VIII. Jo. Shert, Geo, Nedham , Nich. Whytworth and John Yonge, Frank pledge, present, Rad Wylson, affray on Jo. Oldfield and Wm. Oldefield; Thos. Aleyn de Lees, affray on Edwd. Bagshaw Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 421
1526 Robt. Needham penult. aug. 17 Hv. VIII Matilda Bradbury ats Wm. Marshall ; Edmund Dekke ats Robt. Needham ; Rich. Pedley ats Oliver Molte ; Ricus Bagshaw ats Ran Kirke and Peter Hadfield ; Rich. Wythe, Galf Bramall, Hugo Frith p. Edmund Eyre; Chrisf- Deyns ats Nich. Baylis ; Rad Bredbury v. Otiwel Sylvestre ; Hy. Purseglove v. Jo. Hyll; Sampson Shawre v. Rad Mellor Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 423
1526 Hugo Nedham 13 th april. 17 hy. VIII. High Peak. foresters of compana:….... Hugo Nedham in p. p. Robt. Bagshaw p. Thos. Bagshaw, Deputy…….. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 422
1526 Edwd. Nedham At Fayrefield ult july, 17 hy. VIII. Thos. Green and Nich., Frank pledge, present, Jo. Coterill, Edwd. Nedham , Jo. Swanne, and Rad Gudhine. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 415
1526 Edward Nedham At Fairfield 5tH oct. 17 Hv. VIII. Jury Thos. Grene, Nich. Huerdesfield, Frank pledge, present, Rich. Gudhyne, Jo. Swanne and Edward Nedham , Frank pledge, present, Jo. Clayton, affray on Jo. Swanne. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 418
1526 Hugo Nedham 6th oct. 17 hy. VIII foresters of compana. George Meverell p. Thos. Revell, Deputy. George Barley, Esq., p. Roger Wright, Deputy. Thurston Woodruff, Wm. Bagshaw, Deputy . Hugo Nedham in p. p. Robt. Bagshaw p. Thos. Bagshaw, deputy Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 419
1526 Hugo Nedham, Robt Nedham, George Nedham 13 th april. 17 hy. VIII. Foresters of Compana . george Meverell p. Thos. Revell, Deputy, George Barley, Esq., p. Roger Wright, Deputy. Thurston Woodruff, Wm. Bagshaw, Deputy. Hugo Nedham in p. p. Robt. Bagshaw p. Thos. Bagshaw, Deputy. Present, Rich. Shaw, Xpofer Bowden, Edwd. Warde, Jo. Shawre, Robt. Turner, Nic. Molte, ux. Carolus Brown, Rich. Willson cut down trees in Chinley. Thos. Kynder, Jo. Meret, Ranulf Hyndman, Robt. Bradbury, Roger Wathouse, Thos. Rawlinson, Rich. Smyth, Rad Willson, Robt. Hadlield, Robt. Nedham , Roger Bray, Edmd. Wagstaff, Nich. Doisnel, Edmund Marshall, Jo. Wythe, Laur. Diddesbury, Robt. Dawson, Roger Mellor, Jo. Bramall, Thurston Staley, Alex' Westrorst, Robt. Pimpresley, Thos. Dawson, Thos. Dyddlesbury, Wm. Dawson, Oliver Garleck, Thurston Newton, Oliver Bothe, uxor Wm. Boothe, Nich. Bothe, Oliver, Thos. and John Grey, John Robinson, Edmund Robotham, Edmund Knolles, Thos. Bramall, in Combs, Robt. Rydgway, Thos. Arnesfield, Rickman Levesay. George Nedham , and Phil. Wythe, John Hygs, George Groves, Edward Groves in Molds Orci-iard, John and Wm. Bennett and Ralf and Wm. Newton, Geo. HolUnghurst, Robt. Dandc, Rich. Pott, Thos. Yonge, John Berde, Humphrey Stafford, George Redfern, Xpofer Hambleton, and Hy. Bailie in Berde Wood. Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 423
1526 Geo, Nedham Bawden 12 th april. 17 Hv. VIII View of frank pledge: Jo. Shert, Geo, Nedham , Nich. Whytworth and John Yonge, Frank pledge, present, Rad Wylson, affray on Jo. Oldfield and Wm. Oldefield; Thos. Aleyn de Lees, affray on Edwd. Bagshaw Feaudla History of the County of Derby; J.P. Yeatman; Vol 3 sect VI Court Rolls (Duchy of Lancaster) 421
1530 Richard Nedam Nottinghamshire John williamson Delivered into Court, 16 May, 22 Henry viij [1530]. Inquisitipn taken at Nottingham on Monday, 17 April, 22 Henry viij [1530] ; before Sir William . . . and SirJohn Markeham, knights, Nicholas Streltey, esquire, the King's Commissioners, after the death ofJohn Wiltiamsont hy the oath of Henry Sheppjrd, Henry Grene, Robert S/abulles, Richard Fyssher, Richard Selioke, Thomas Shepherd, Hugh Doivsell% William Godwyn^ Richard Nedam , Roger Messy>nghamt Robert Robys% Jariman Bolssert James Rynsshaa, Christofer Stoxe, who say that [1506] ; before Robert Arderne, esquire, escheator, after the death of Hugh Barrye son and heir of Edmund Barrye of Torlaston, by the oath of Robert Spur of South Muskham, William Croxton, George Bothomley, John Walley, . . . Warde, Nicholas Ellott, Thomas Merwod, Henry Hoivys, Richard Wylton, Ralph Nedeham , Henry Collett, William Cu?idy, John Salkye, Thomas . . . who say that Inquisition taken at . . . John Whalley, William . . . Wilton, Ralph Nedeham , Henry Collett, . . . and Thomas . . . ton of . . . who say that ..... Thoroton Soci ety. Record Series.VOL. III.ABSTRACTS OF THE RELATING TO NOTTINGHAMSHIRE VOL. I.HENRY VII AND HENRY VIII I485 TO 1546.EDITED BY W. P. W. PHILLIMORE 201
1557 James nedeham Cheshire 23 Oct 1557 Mentioned wll of Ralph clarvaux.....the curtilage and messuage of the Mystery or Art of the Drapers London, late in the occupation of the foreign merchants (Mercatorum extraneorum), on the south part, on the messuage or inn called the Whyt Hart of the Mystery or Art of the Fishmongers, London, late in the occupation o^ John Harrys, citizen and leatherseller of London, on the west part, and on the said inn in part and on the messuage late of James Nedeham , esq., deceased, on the north part. abstracts of Inquisitions Post Mortem RELATING TO THE CITY OF LONDON, PART I.EDITED BY GEORGE S. FRY
1557 James Needham Middlewich Cheshire Needham, Jame s, yeoman, ob. 23 Jan. ult.—Inq. at Middlewich 14 Apr. 7 Car. I.—Chester—Peter, s. & h., aet. 17 yrs. 23 Oct. ult. The geneaalogist 1917 vol 33 Administrationa in the Perogative Court of Canterbury Volume II, 1572— 1580. Abstracted by Reginald M. Glrnchoss
1558 Thomas Nedham Alexton Leicestershire 1558 Nedham, Thomas ; Alexton INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1558 George Netham Horninghold Leicestershire 1558 Netham. George ; Horninghold INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1566 Margaret Nedeham Alaxton, leicestershire Leicestershire 1566 Nedeham, Margaret ; Alaxton 19 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1570 Edmund Nedeham & Son Henry London London Edmund Nedeham died 27th April, 12 Eliz. [1570]; Henry Needham is his son and next heir and is now aged 13 years and more. INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1575 Edmund Nedeham London London 9 Feb 1575 Edmund Nedeham Inquisition taken at the Guildhall, g February, 17 Kliz. [1575], before James Haices, Mayor and escheator, after the death of Edmund Nedcham , by the oath oi John Haddon, Henry Sutton, Stephen Wdldcn, Robert Langivithc, Robert Dyckenson, John Hdrryson, Adam Chdtterton, Edward Bowcn, John Kebylwhyte, Arthur Rhynscroft, John Jenny ngcs, Thomas Hackett, Henry Kynge, William Poovye, Anthony Barbor, Roger Hole, George Gynnc, Thomas Elyott, pewterer, and William Ernesbye, who say that INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1575 Edmund Nedeham London London Edmund Nedeham was seised in his demesne as of fee of 4 messuages, situate in Graschurche strete in the parish of All Saints in Lumbard strete next Gracechurch, London, now or late in the occupation of Peter Whalley and Williani Claybrooke : which said premises are held of the Queen in free burgage and are worth per ann., clear, £15. INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1575 Margaret Needha, London London Margaret now the wife of john Clarke took the profits of the said premises, but by what title is not known. Chan. Inq. p.m. 17 Eliz., part i, No. 87. INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1585 John Nedham Hallowghton Leicestershire 1585 Nedham, John ; Hallowghton 103 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1588 Rich. Neadham Shepeshead Leicestershire 1588 Neadham, Rich. ; Shepeshead 124 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1591 James Needham Cleybrook Leicestershire 1591 Needham, James ; Cleybrook 78 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1591 p. of Needham, Roger ; Sutton Sutton, p. of Broughton Ashley Leicestershire 1591 Needham, Roger ; Sutton, p. of Broughton Ashley 131 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1594 Agnes Needham Sutton Leicestershire 1594 Needham, Agnes ; Sutton 11 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1597 John Nedham Hinckly Leicestershire 1597 Nedham, John ; Hinckly 120 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1601 Francis Needham Melburne Derbyshire 1601 F rancis Needham , gent donated money for three horsemmen in Ireland Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological & Natural History Society Vol 15 1893
1603 Christopher Nedham Leicester Leicestershire 1603 Nedham, Christopher ; Leicester 98 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1610 Roger Needeham Scalforde Leicestershire 1610 Needeham, Roger ; Scalforde 40; ADMIN INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1615 Robt. Needham Sheepshead 91 admin Leicestershire 1615 Needham, Robt. ; Sheepshead 91 admin INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1616 Christopher Needham Leicester Leicestershire 1616 Needham, Christopher ; Leicester 81 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1616 Aalice de Nedham Wormhiill Derbyshire 1616 Alice de Nedham named as a recusant Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological & Natural History Society Vol 15 1893
1617 Edw Needham Ilston Leicestershire 1617 Needham, Edw. ; llston i INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1618 John Nedham Burton Overy Nottinghamshire An agreement of 1526 about the manor seems to have left it in the hands of Sir Thomas Pulteney of Misterton, husband of one of the granddaughters, (fn. 61) for in the 18th century it was known as PULTENEY'S manor. (fn. 62) It is not known when the manor passed out of the hands of Pulteney or his heirs, but in 1605 it was held by Francis Hodges, (fn. 63) who in 1618 sold it to John Nedham. (fn. 64) Th e Nedham family were still in possession of the manor in 1673, (fn. 65) but by 1724 it had passed to Sir Geoffrey Palmer. (fn. 66) In 1877 one of the Palmer family was still lord of a manor at Burton Overy, (fn. 67) but after that date the Noveray manor seems to have been allowed to disappear. A History of the County of Leicestershire: Volume 5, Gartree Hundred. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1964.
1619 Robt. Needham Shepeshead 83 admin Leicestershire 1619 Needham, Robt. ; Shepeshead 83 admin INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1621 Humphrey Needham Hinckley Leicestershire 1621 Needham, Humphrey ; Hinckley 19 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1624 Needham, Christopher Leicester Leicestershire 1624 Needham, Christopher ; Leicester 58 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1628 Frances Needham Burton Overy Leicestershire 1628/9 Needham, Frances ; Burton Overy INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1632 John de Nedham Norfolk. Cambridgeshire. 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 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, ...... 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. feet of Fines CP 25/1/288/47, number 605. Image of document at AALT
1635 Thos. Needham Cosby Leicestershire 1635 Needham, Thos. ; Cosby 83 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1635 Ihos. Needham Cosby Leicestershire 1635 Needham, Ihos. ; Cosby 40 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1637 Nathaniel Needham Saxilby Leicestershire 1637 Needham, Nathaniel ; Saxilby 133 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1639 Nedham family Burton Overy Nottinghamshire The Nedham family, when they possessed the Pulteney manor, seem to have lived at Burton, for their pew in the parish church is mentioned in 1639. (fn. 85) It does not appear that either the Palmer family, who had a seat at Carlton Curlien nearby, (fn. 86) or the earls of Stamford ever lived in the parish. In 1639 the visiting archdeacon ordered the sanctuary floor to be raised and alterations to be made to the excessively large pews of several leading parishioners, including that of the Nedham family. (fn. 152) A History of the County of Leicestershire: Volume 5, Gartree Hundred. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1964.
1647 Elizabeth nedham Cranange Cheshire cheshire 29 Jun 1647 P. 169.–Baptisms.—"Laurence, son of Sr Francis Tanvill, Jan. 1, 1612–3; Robert, son of Sir William Morley, Sep. 27, 1627; Anne, daughter of Sr John Farwell, May 24, 1628; Charles, May 17, 1630; John, son of Sr Henry Atkins, Oct. 3, 1633; Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Robert Nedham , June 29, 1647. Daniel Lysons, 'Appendix: Corrections to volume 1', in The Environs of London: Volume 4, Counties of Herts, Essex and Kent (London, 1796), pp. 577-617..
1657 Sir robert Nedham Rotherhithe Middlesex P. 471.—In the reign of Edward the Sixth, William Dale held the Moted-place, alias Lord Fitzwalter's Place, by a lease under the Crown, at the yearly rent of 53s. 4d. (fn. 128). Lands in Rotherhithe and Bermondsey (called Brooke's-hill, Brewer's-ground, Brabor'smeade, and Pery-meade), belonging formerly to the monastery of Bermondsey, were granted, in 1553, to William Sackville and John Dudley (fn. 129). John Hartop, Esq. died seised of them in 1608; they afterwards became the property of Sir Robert Nedham , who married Elizabeth his daughter and heir (relict: of — Coppin). These lands were sold by the Nedhams, in 1657, to John Reading; and, in 1672, by Sir John James to John Meller. They were purchased, in 1735, of Simon Yorke, who married Mr. Meller's grand-daughter, by Lewis Way, Esq. father of Benjamin Way, Esq. the present proprietor (fn. 130). Daniel Lysons, 'Appendix: Corrections to volume 1', in The Environs of London: Volume 4, Counties of Herts, Essex and Kent (London, 1796), pp. 577-617].
1658 Ambrose Needham Rothley Leicestershire 1658 Needham, Ambrose ; Rothley 5 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1663 Bridgetta Nedham essex, herts, kent London 24 jun 1663 "Johannes Shaw, Eq. Aurat. et Domina Brigetta Nedham , relicta Roberti Nedham , Vicecomitis Kilmurrey, conjunct. matrimonio Jun. 24, 1663." Sir John Shaw was created a baronet in 1665, as a mark of the Royal favour for his having lent large sums of money to the King during his exile, when there was little prospect of repayment. He was appointed also one of the farmers of the Customs (fn. 88). Sir John Shaw died in London in 1679–80. His corpse was carried through the city with great funeral pomp (fn. 89), and he was buried at Eltham, March 6th. "Bridget Countess of Kilmurrey, widow of S r John Shaw, buried July 11, 1696 Daniel Lysons, 'Eltham', in The Environs of London: Volume 4, Counties of Herts, Essex and Kent (London, 1796), pp. 394-421.
1679 Robert Nedham Vicount Kilmorey Bestorp, Norfolk Norfolk The following inscription is over the door of a vault, on the south side of the chancel, which was built for the interment of Robert Nedham , Viscount Kilmurrey , in which the Harbords and Shaws have been since interred. Arms are, Nedham' s achievement supported by two roe-bucks, with this motto, Nunc aut Nunquam. On each side, Drury and Cokain impaled; underneath are the arms of Harbord , whose hatchment impales, arg . on a pale gul . three saltires of the field. Francis Blomefield, 'Hundred of Shropham: Besthorp', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 1 (London, 1805), pp. 490-500. .
1682 Dorothy Nedham Gaddesby Leicestershire 1682 Nedham, Dorothy ; Gaddesby INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1692 John Nedham Gaddesby Leicestershire 1692 Nedham, John ; Gaddesby 155 INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1726 William (Will.) Nedham Moulton Magna, Norfolk norfolk 1726, Will. Nedham ; he was succeeded by the present rector. An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5. Originally published by W Miller, London, 1806. 204-207
1726 William (Will.) Nedham Moulton Magna, Norfolk norfolk Will. Nedham Rector, is buried north and south under the altar
1727 Sam de Nedham Dickleburgh norfolk Elizabeth Michael , widow, who during her widowhood granted it to Samuel Nedham , clerk, rector of Dickleburgh , and his heirs, after her decease; who at his death gave it to Lydia Nedham , his wife, who kept court in 1724, and she, jointly with Mr. William Nedham , late rector of Moulton-Magna , her eldest son, sold it, in the year 1733, to His Excellency Horatio Walpole, Esq. who is the present lord. [1736.] Francis Blomefield, 'Hundred of Diss: Dickleburgh', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 1 (London, 1805), pp. 191-205. .
1754 William Needham Keyham Leicestershire 1754 Needham, William ; Keyham INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM City of London RETURNED INTO THE COURT OK CHANCERY DURING THE TUDOR PERIOD. PART II. 4-19 ELIZABETH. 1561-1577. EDITED BY SIDNEY J. MADGE.
1764 Mary Nedham St Margaret's Leicestershire Leicestershire In the inclosure award of 1764 fifteen allotments were made, varying in size from that of William Manners, the chief lord, who received over 300 acres, to one of only 2 roods. The East Field was estimated to contain 34 yardlands. There is very little mention of old inclosure except in that part of the fields immediately touching the built-up area of the borough. Mary Nedham , the tenant of the glebe, received an allotment of 93 acres. Other recipients were the churchwardens and overseers of St. Margaret's, who received the 17 acres of their Parish Piece, and the mayor and burgesses of Leicester, who received 4 acres as a corporation, and a further 41 as the trustees of the Trinity Hospital. The rest of the land went in allotments of under 100 acres to various freeholders of the parish, and certain roadways were specified. The mere, or boundary between Leicester and Belgrave, was made the responsibility of St. Margaret's in exchange for another piece of land which was given to Belgr A History of the County of Leicester: Volume 4, the City of Leicester. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1958.

 

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