Alternative Reference numberPR2/16
TitleGrant or confirmation: Thomas de Chauwurth, knight, Lord of Norton, to God and to the Church of Thomas the Martyr of Beauchief and the monks, the Abbott and Covenant of the same
DescriptionIn free alms, for the Salvation of the souls of himself and his father and mother, his wife, children, ancestors and successors and for the maintenance of one canon for the celebration of divine service in perpetuity at the High Altar of the Holy Cross in the said Church, for his soul and the souls of his forebears and of all the faithful departed. All the hamlet called Greenhull in the soke of Norton and all his tenants both free and bound with all their chattels, and his bondsmen; also their tenements with the rents and services of the same, and all their other offerings, homage, wardships, reliefs, markets, marriage portions, aids, recognizances, transports, customs, suits, courts and all other suits and services, together with all that Moor which is called Grenehull Moor, as in particular it lies through fixed divisions and with all other moors, borderlands, and marshes, woods, planes, roads, paths, meadows, grasslands, pastures, turbaries, quarries, mines and all other advantages, liberties, commons, and easements and all other their appurtenances whatsoever, which to him and his heirs or assigns or to the heir of his heirs or assigns, of the said hamlet of Grenehull, and the tenants and their tenements may at any time result without any reservation.

Witnesses: Sir Richard de Furneys, Sir Walter de Goushull (?), Sir Adam de Everingham, Sir Roger de Bret, knights; Sir Roger de Brailsford, rector of the Church of Dronfeld, William de Bret, John de Ayncourt, Roger le Breton, Adam de Rerisby, Peter de Brimingtone, High de Linacre.

Date[early 14th cent]
Extent1 item
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