Alternative Reference numberJC/251
TitleCharter confirming an assignment and quitclaim from Margery, daughter of Robert le Bastard of Kateby to Richard clerk, son of William de Bectona [Beighton, Derbyshire], of a rent of five shillings, and a pound of cummin; which Geoffrey Gere used to pay for the whole tenement, with the appurtenances, which he held of the feoffor in Bectona ...
Description ... and a rent of twenty two pence, which Geoffrey son of Gwido used to pay, for half an oxgang held of the feoffor in Bectona ; and also one toft in the town of Bectona, which William son of John formerly held; and an oxgang, with the appurtenances, which Ralph Hippy then held, and Ralph himself, bondman of the feoffor, with all his family and with all his chattels, and all the feoffor's part of Westwode, with land which Nicholas [or Nichola] de Newmarket (novo mercato) gave to the feoffor by his [or her] charter; with homage, wardship, reliefs and all free services and customs ; and with all other kinds of service which in any way might accrue from the said men (bondmen) and their heirs, to wit Geoffrey Gere, Geoffrey son of Gwydo, Ralph Hippy, and of land which the same men held, and of the said toft, and of part of Westwode; with all other rights which might in any way accrue from the said men and their lands, without reservation, for twelve silver marks, which the said Richard gave to the feoffor as a fine ; the said Richard and his heirs or assigns paying annually twenty five pence to the prior and convent of Blyth (Blyda), and in addition nine pence to John de Stoteuil.

Witnesses: Sir Robert de Furneus, Sir Roger de Eyncourt, John rector of half the church of Eckenton, Ralph de [Reueresby?], Hugh de Dokemanton, Ralph de Sidenal, Thomas de Leys, John de Hacentorp [Hackenthorpe], Thomas son of Nicholas of the same, William son of John of Bectona, Ralph Manderel of the same.

Vellum : one skin, seal missing.
Date[late 13th cent]
Extent1 item
RelatedMaterialSee JC/845
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