Alternative Reference numberJC/814
TitleProbably an almost contemporary copy of a Charter confirming a grant from Thomas de Chaworth knight to Alice Casteleyn of Osberton [Derbyshire] for life and to Rose her daughter, of the land and appurtenances formerly in the tenure of William de Heytridding, together with fifteen acres and a plot called Wetlandis, formerly in the tenure of Robert de le Heytridding, and various small plots formerly in the tenure of Thomas de Hemenlisworth, John Binger, Hugh Basse son of Nicholas, John son of Alan, John Goddeknawe, John son of Agnes, Ralph Hyssmaye, subject to a yearly rent of a rose in summer for all services, except forinsec service to the King. Failing direct heirs to Rose, the land was to revert to the grantor.
DescriptionVellum: one skin.

Notes : this charter is a duplicate of the first entry in JC/300, except that JC/300 gives a list of witnesses: namely, Sir William de Fulkingham, then abbot of Beauchief, John de Brymington, William Maleneye of Dronfeld [Dronfield, Derbyshire], Thomas de Wodehouses, Roger Carpenter, Peter de Bernys, Peter de Leys. The names of Agnes Casteleyn, her daughter and Peter de Leyes appear in JC/300, which from the names of the witnesses would appear to be c. 1310. Alice Casteleyn seems to have been the mistress of Thomas de Chaworth, and Rose his daughter to have been the Rose of this deed.
Date[late 13th - early 14th cent]
Extent1 item
RelatedMaterialSee JC/809 and JC/813.
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