Re: William Makenade
- From: Ye Old One <usenet@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2006 11:34:34 GMT
On Fri, 9 Jun 2006 15:39:21 +0000 (UTC), WJhonson@xxxxxxx enriched
this group when s/he wrote:
Here are all the references I've found by typing William Makenade into the
Patent Rolls search engine. Today I'll be looking at these in more depth. If
anyone else is this insane and wants to help transcribe the details,let me
Every William Makenade reference in the Patent Rolls - by Will Johnson June
Richard II supp p 48, 63, 69, 71, 82, 87, 89, 97, 100
Richard II vol 1 p 49, 415, 464, 467, 576
Richard II vol 2 p 75, 133, 579, 582, 585, 594
Richard II vol 3 p 21, 30, 165, 377, 466, 551
Richard II vol 4 p 53, 132, 202, 371, 379, 445, 516
Richard II vol 5 p 63, 108, 184, 234, 279, 280, 294, 357, 430, 521, 525, 728
Richard II vol 6 p 28, 69, 100, 227, 228, 237, 369, 437, 488, 594
Edward III vol 16 p 224
Henry IV vol 1 p 416
Henry IV vol 2 p 22, 68, 115, 290, 312, 481
Below are the entries which cover these.
Henry IV vol 3 p 155, 262, 328, 353
Henry IV vol 4 p 193
Henry VI vol 2 p 344, 419
Plus one entry for Henry V, Vol 2, page 126. which doesn't seem to
show up when you do a search, I found it on one of the index pages so
I grabbed it for you as well. That entry is interesting because it
tells us that William Makenade died before December 8th 1417.
How are you doing with the Richard entries Will?
Henry IV, Vol 3, pages 153-155.
June 28th 1406. Westminster.
Commission to 11.bishopof Winchester, the king's kinsman Kdward, duke
of York, the prior of Winchester, John de Berkeley. 'chivaler,' Thomas
Skelton, 'chivaler,' and Nicholas Carreu to enquire about all sums of
money and other profits and commodities due to the king and concealed
byany sheriffs, escheators, ulnagers, customers, controllers or other
accountable officers, of the king in the county of Surrey, any
extortions committed by any ministers of the king in the county by
colour of their offices, the yearly value of all lordships, manors,
lands, alien priories, custodies, marriages and other possessions in
the county demised at farm by the king or his predecessors or granted
for life or term of years or during the war, and the amount of any
annuities, pensions and other charges on the same. By K. & C.
The like to the following in the counties named:
[lists for several counties]
The like to Th. archbishop of Canterbury. R. bishop of Chichester, the
king's kinsman Thomas, earl of Arundel, the prior of Christ Church,
Canterbury, the prior of Rouchestre. Thomas Erpyngham, constable of
Dover castle and warden of the Cinque Ports, or his lieutenant, Arnald
Savage, 'chivaler.' John Frenyngham, Robert Clifford, William
Makenade, William Cheyne, Robert Pobelowe, clerk, Richard Wayville.
John Tank, Robert Oxebrugg and Richard Wakeherst, in the county of
Sussex and the liberty of the Cinque Ports. By K. & C.
The same, in the county of Kent and the same liberty. By K. & C.
Henry IV, Vol 3, page 262.
October 18th 1406. Westminster.
Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William Makenade and William
Cane of Dertford to the prioress and sisters of the order of sisters
preachers of Derteford of two tofts, 66 acres of land, twelve acres of
heath, 22d. rent and a liberty of three folds in Westwrotham, not held
of the king, and, excluding the rent, worth 4 marks yearly, as appears
by inquisition taken by Edmund Oldhall, escheator in the county of
Norfolk, to hold to the value of 100s. in part satisfaction of a
licence by letters patent of Edward III.
Henry IV, Vol 3, page 328.
April 26th 1407. Westminster.
Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prioress and sisters of
the order of Sisters Preachers of Derteford by William Makenade,
William Cave, John Depyng,Thomas atte Cotton and William Spencer of
two messuages, three tofts, two gardens, 150 acres of land, 3 acres of
pasture, 13 acres of wood and 3½d. rent in Sutton atte Hone and by
John Martyn, Thomas atte Cote and the said William Cave of 20s. rent
in Dertford, not held in chief, worth besides the rent 20s. yearly, as
appears by inquisition taken before Thomas Horden, escheator in the
county of Kent, to hold to the value of 10l. in part satisfaction
letters patent of Edward III.
Henry IV, Vol 3, page 353.
May 12th 1407. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John Oolpeper, Robert Hill, Arnald
Savage, William Makenade, Stephen Betnam and Thomas Crowe touching all
escapes of felons within the county of Kent before this time.
Henry IV, Vol 4, page 193.
May 4th 1410. Westminster.
Pardon,for 5 marks paid in the hanaper by Robert Hadde of Frenstede,
to him and James de Norton, Robert Donnyngbiry of East Suttone, John
Laurens of Botton Monehensy, Thomas Prat of Wormeselle and Stephen
Hadde of Chart by Sutton Valence the elder of their trespasses in
acquiring to themselves and the heirs of the said Robert Hadde the
manor of Wranstede and the advowson of the church of Frenstede, held
in chief, from William Brenehesle, knight, William Makenade and
Stephen Bettenham and entering thereon without licence.
Henry V, Vol 2, page 126.
December 8th 1417. Westminster.
Whereas Thomas Seintleger and Juliana his wife, Arnold Savage,
'chivaler,' and William Makenade, deceased, lately acquired to
themselves and the heirs of Thomas from Nicholas Potyn, esquire, the
manor of Easthalle, co. Kent, held of the king in chief, and entered
thereon without licence; the king, for 15 marks paid in the hanaper,
pardons the trespasses in this.
Henry VI, Vol 2, page 344.
April 20th 1434. Westminster.
It was found by inquisition before Alexander Aune, escheator in the
county of Kent, that Lewis Clyfford, knight, William Brenchesley,
William Makenade and William Wenlokwere seised of the manor of Bocton
Aluph and of the advowson of Bocton church pertaining to the manor in
their demesne as of fee, of which manor one third is held of the king
as of the honour of Boulogne, and so being seised granted the premises
to Elizabeth, since deceased, late the wife of Thomas Tryvet, knight,
for life, with reversion to the said grantors in fee. Whereby she was
seised, and afterwards Lewis Clyfford, William Brenchesley and William
Makenade died, whereby the whole right of the reversion accrued to
William Wenlok, who, on 6 April, 1 Henry V, granted the said reversion
to Eichard de Beauchamp son of William de Beauchamp late lord of
Bergevenny, John Grendore, knight, ThomasWaleweyn, John Harewell,
Thomas Harewell, and Eichard Pepur,and the heirs of the body of the
said Eichard de Beauchamp, with remainders to Joan his sister and the
heirs of her body, to Elizabeth her sister and the heirs of her
body,and in fee to the said Eichard de Beauchamp, John Grendore,
Thomas Waleweyn, John Harewell, Thomas Harewell and Eichard Pepur,to
whom Elizabeth, the tenant for life, attorned. The said Eichard de
Beauchamp had issue Eichard his son, and the latter had issue
Elizabeth, still surviving, the wife of Edward Neville, son of Ealph
late earl of Westmorland, to which Elizabeth, by the death of her said
father and grandfather, which occurred in the lifetime of Elizabeth
the tenant for life, the right to the said reversion descended. The
king's licence was not obtained in these matters, and on the death of
Elizabeth the tenant for life, the premises were taken into his hands,
but he, for 12 marks paid in the hanaper, has pardoned the trespasses
done in the matter, and granted that the said Edward and Elizabeth
shall hold the premises to them and the heirs of her body.
Henry VI, Vol 3, page 419.
June 14th 1440. Westminster.
Whereas Thomas Walloro and John Brook lately demised for life to
Joan, late the wife of William Brenchesle, knight, all the estate
which they, with him and Nicholas Potyn and William Potyn, clerk, also
deceased, had in the manor of Bylsyngton, said to be held in chief, by
grant of John Stablegate to them, their heirs and assigns; with
remainder to John Crane and William Arderne, clerks, William Makenade,
Stephen Bettenham, William Cheyneof the county of Sussex, Richard
Makehurst, William Bertyn, Thomas Marchant, Richard Brenchesle, Henry
Malveysyn, Henry Gotelo and Richard Huntyngdon, their heirs and
assigns; and after she had entered the other remaindermen released all
their right and title to the said Richard Brenchesle, who granted the
premises, "by the name of all those lands, tenements, rents,
reversions, farms and services, which Joan late the wife of William
Brenchesle, knight, held for life in the parishes or towns of
Brenchesle, Pepyngbury, Capele, Tudule, Tunbrigg, Hadlo, Ealdyngge,
Horsmondenne, Goutherst, Bylsyngton, Rokyngge, Aldyngton, Smethe,
Broke, Seyntemariecherche and Newecherche or elsewhere in the county
of Kent, whereof the remainder after her death pertained to him, to
Stephen Bettenham, Thomas, his son, William Cheyne of the county of
Sussex, Henry Hoorne, John Martyn of Derteford, Richard Wakehurst,
Thomas Elys, Thomas Marchant, Thomas Hordenne, Simon Cunghurst,
Richard Huntyngdon, Henry Gotele and Henry Malveysyn, and the said
Joan attorned to them, the king's licence not being obtained in these
matters; the king, for 10 marks paid in the hanaper, has pardoned
these trespasses, and grants licence to her to retain the manor for
life with remainder as aforesaid.
We also now know that died before December 8th 1417
- William Makenade
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