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1m. Nottingham. Chapel of St. James on Hethebethe bridge. The Chauntery of saint James Called Hethbeth Brigg, ' Founded by Alyce Palmer, Wydowe, to sing Masses for ever. Ys worthe in landis, Tenementis and other possessions lying and being in Diuers placis within the said towne of Nottingham, As by the Survey therof made, Remaining with the Surveyour of the said Sheire, particulerly it dothe appere,

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Remayneth vnto Launcelot Woodall, Chauntery preiste ther, of thage of 1 yeres, vnlerned, having none other lyving,

Memorandum.

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Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore Relieved by this Chauntery-none.

Goodis. Given, solde or spoyled sins the xxiijth Daie of Novembre, anno xxxvijmo Henrici viijui―none.

Remayning to the kingis maiesties vse, by reason of this Chauntery-none.

(1) See roll 13, certificate 38e. It will be noticed that in the present certificate the definite dedication to St. James is given, and the true foundress is credited with the foundation. The earlier certificate, on the other hand, while dating the foundation from the letters patent granted to John Palmer, gives the original dedication to our Lady.

All the landes, tenementis and other possessions before mencioned, are letten by indenture to William Townrowe for terme of xxti yeres For the yerely Rent of

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1n. Nottingham. Guild of St. George in St. Peter's. The Guylde of saint George in saint peters parishe,2 Founded by the parishioners there to sing Masses for ever. Ys worthe in landis, Tenementis and other possessions lying and being in Diuers and soundry placis within the said Towne of Nottingham, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour of the said Shere, particulerly dothe appere,

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Remayneth vnto Henry lightfote, stipendare there, of thage of lvj yeres, vnlerned, And having none other

promocion,

Memorandum.

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Preacher, Scole master or the poore Relyeved by this Guylde-none.

Goodes Coming to the kingis maiestie by this Survey here 3-none.

(1) This memorandum is written in another hand.

(2) Not previously certificated.

($) Italicised word interlined.

BROXSTOWE HUNDREDE. '

2. Wollaton. Chantry of our Lady or of Sutton Passeys. 2. The Chauntery of Sutton Passes in the parishe of Wollarton, 2

Founded by Richarde Willoughbie to mayntayne a preiste to sing masses for ever. Ys worthe by yere in Landis, Tenementis and other possessions lying and being in diuers and sondry placis within the Countie of Nottingham aforesaid, As by the Survey therof made, remayning with the Surveyour of the said shere, particulerly appereth,

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Remayneth to John Bate, Chauntery preist there, of the Age of xl yeres, vnlerned, And havyng none other promosion,

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Preacher, Scole master or the poore Relieved by this Chauntery-none.

Goodes Comyng vnto the kingis Maiestie by this Survey here-none.

3. Wollaton. Richard Willoughby's chantry of St. Anthony. 3. The Chauntery of Saint Antonyes in

Wollarton, 3

Founded by Richarde Willoughbye to mayntaine a preiste to sing Masses For euer. Ys worthe by yere in

(1) In the left-hand margin of memb. 2.

(2) See roll 13, certificate 36b, in the notes to which and to 36a the title of "Sutton Passes" is explained.

(8) See roll 13, certificate 36a.

landis, Tenementis and other possessions lying and being in sundry placis within the said Countie of Nottingham / As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the said Surveyour of this Sheire, particulerly appereth,

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Remayneth to William Kyppas, Chauntery preist there, of Thage of 1 yeres, vnlerned, having none other promosion,

Memorandum.

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Goodes and Ornamentis Remayning vnto the kingis maiesties vse As by an Inventory therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour of the saide Shere, particulerly appereth, estemed and valiewed to be worthe

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4. Beeston. Chantry of St. Katherine.
4. The Chauntery of Saint Katerins in

Founded by William

Beiston, 2

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Beiston to mayntaine a preiste to sing Masses for ever. Ys worthe in Landis, Tenementis and other possessions by yere, lying and being in sondry placis within the said Countie of Nottingham, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the said Surveyour of the hole Shyre, particulerly apperethe,

Rentis Resolute

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Remayneth vnto Alyzaunder Constable, Chauntery

(1) This item refers to the almspeople, who in 1546 received £3 Os. 6d. of the net stipend, the chantry priest receiving only £3 14s. Od. Probably at this time there were only two instead of three almspeople.

(2) See roll 13, certificate 32.

preiste there, of thage of xl yeres, Vnlerned and hauing none other promocion,

Memorandum.

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Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore Relieved by this Chauntery-none.

Goodes and Ornamentis Remayning vnto the kingis Maiesties vse / As by an Inventory therof made / Remayning with the Surveyour of said Shere particulerly apperethe / Estemed and valiewed to be worthe

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5. Annesley.

Memb. 2.

Sir William Wakebridge's and Robert
Annesley's chantry.

5. The Chauntery of Annesley. '

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Founded by William Wakebridge and Robert Annesley, knightis, to Maynetaine a preiste to sing Masses for ever. Ys worthe by yere in landis and Tenementis with other possession' lying and being in sondry placis within the sayde Countie of Nottingham, As by the Survey therof made particulerly it dothe appere,

Rentis Resolute

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Remayneth vnto Edmonde Garnett, Chauntery preiste there, of the Age of xlviij yeres, metely lerned, having iiijli pencion of the late Monasterie of Bevalle., 3

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(3) Apparently he had been a Carthusian monk of Beauvale before

the suppression.

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