Alternative Reference numberJC/811
TitleCopy of a [?13th century] Quit Claim from Adam Grideling lord of Witwell [Whitwell, Derbyshire] to Alice de Grideling, his sister, of certain lands formerly held by William son of Bernard in villenage, lying in the fields of Tharlestropp, in consideration of a yearly payment of a pair of white gloves or of one penny at Easter
DescriptionWitnesses : Sir William de Falcunbridge knight, Thomas de Frethevile, Rog de [Hocco?] of Barlebrough, Henry le [Pringer?] of Wittewell, Robert del Hurst.

Notes: signed as a " true copy" by Edmo Woodhead, Barthol Hewes.

The copy seems to be imperfect. In Lyson's " Magna Britannia " vol v, p 48 is the following note in reference to Barlborough: "It is probable that this was the same manor which, in the reign of Edward I, belonged to William de Fauconberg; it was then called the manor of Ada (sic) de Grydeling, or the chamber of Ada, and the park of Barlborough (Esch 23 Edw. I)." Falcunbridge is probably an error in transcription for Fauconberge. Dugdale's "Baronage," vol ii, p 3, mentions "William de Fauconberge, younger son of the family of that name, who had a summons to Parliament, 28 Edward I." He was still alive 7 Edward II.
Date[17th cent]
Extent1 item
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