RefNoJC/4/8
Alternative Reference numberJC/282
TitleCharter confirming a grant from Nicholas Mussard lord of Stavely to William le Bret and his heirs, of a plot of land (cultura) called Rynghaye, lying between the water called Westewodebrok and "les Orpittes" of Brimington [Derbyshire]; another plot called Oxleson near Houlehacking and Westewod, which he inherited from Ralph Mussard his father; also rents from the heirs of Adam Bete of Chastrefeld [Chesterfield, Derbyshire] for a tenement called Helderidding; and rents from the heirs of Sir Peter de Bremington knight, for common pasture in Staveley, and an annual rent of a pound of pepper from the same, for a tenement in Staveley called Houlehackyng; in consideration of a yearly payment by the grantee of a red sparrow hawk (espervarium soreum) or 12 pence
DescriptionWitnesses: Roger le Brete knight, John de Eyncourt, Walter de Boles-overe, Hugh de Lynacre, Thomas del Leys, Ralph Caschors, John the clerk.

Vellum : one skin (with large holes in it), no seal.

Notes: there is no sign of a seal having been attached, and this may be a contemporary copy.

Nicholas Mussard succeeded his nephew as lord of Staveley 17 Edward I (1288) and died 29 Edward I (1300).
Date[late 13th cent]
Extent1 item
LanguageLatin
AccessStatusOpen
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