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Memorandum.

Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore Relieved by this Chapell nowe

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Goodes or Ornamentis Remayning to the kingis maiesties vse

25. Radcliffe-upon-Trent. Chantry.

none.

none.

25. The Chauntery of Ratclif vpon Trent,' Founded by whom ys not presented, to Mayntaine a preiste to sing masses for euer. Ys worthe by yere in Landis, tenementis and other possessions lying and being in Diuers placis within the saide parishe of Ratclif, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour of the said shere, particulerly appereth,

Rentis Resolute

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iiiji ijs vjd

iiijd,

and so

Remayneth to the kingis Maiestie at the tyme of this Survey, by reason thincumbent was then dysceased, called Thomas Smythe,

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Ys Worthe in the Stocke of ij 3 kyne, valued to be

(1) See roll 13, certificate 4.

(2) Not previously certificated.

(8) Italicised number interlined.

worthe ixs le pere,' graunted to maynetaine and vpholde yerely an Obite and a light there for euer.2

27. Tollerton. A lamp.

27. The parishe Churche of Tollerton 3

Ys Worthe in a certayne parcell of lande Graunted for the mayntayning of a lampe there for euer by yere,

28. East Bridgford. A light.

ijd

28. The parishe Churche of Bridgeforthe 4

Ys Worthe by yere in a certaine parcell of Lande Graunted for the mayntayning of a light there for euer,

xijd

29. Hickling. Lamps and lights.

29. The parishe churche of Hycklen.5

Ys Worthe by yere in the increase of certaine Stockis of money to the some of xijs 6 Remayning in Diuers mens handis and occupying, Graunted for the mayntaynnying 7 of certaine Lampes and lightis for euer there,

xixd

(1) I.e., the pair.

(2) The space for the amount is left blank: two pair of kine is probably meant, i.e., 18s.; but the sum required is the interest.

(3) Not previously certificated. The land was half a rood (Augm. Office Misc. Books, lxvii., f. 256d).

(") Not previously certificated. The land, ut sup., was half an acre, lying in Newton.

(5) Not previously certificated.

(6) Italicised words interlined.

(1) Sic.

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30. Screveton. Lights.

30. The parishe churche of Screton 1

Ys Worthe by yere of thincrease comming and growing of one Cowe valued at ixs and iiij Shepe valued at ijs viijd le pere, Graunted for mayntayning of lightis there for euer,

31. Cotgrave. A lamp.

xijd

31. The parishe churche of Cotgrave 2

Ys Worthe by yere in certaine lande there Graunted for the maynteyning a lampe burning there for euer,

32. Whatton. A lamp.

viijd

32. The parishe churche of Aslaton 3 and Whatton.+ Ys Worthe by yere in certaine parcellis of landis Graunted for Mayntayning of a lampe Burning for euer,

33. Elton. A lamp.

vjd

33. The parishe Churche of Elton s

Ys Worthe by yere in a parcell of Lande there, Graunted for the maynetayning of a Lampe Burning for euer,

(2) Not previously certificated.

vjd

(2) Not previously certificated. The land, ut sup., consisted of an acre in the tenure of the rector.

(3) I.e., Aslockton.

(4) Not previously certificated. The land, ut sup., consisted of two swathes of land in the common fields of Whatton, one in the Croke holme furlong, the other at Barestone stythe.

(5) Not previously certificated. There was an acre and a half of land, ut sup.

34. Flintham. Lights.

34. The parishe Churche of Flynteham

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Ys Worthe by yere of thincrease of a stocke of v2 Shepe valiewed at ijs viijd le piere, and one Cowe valiewed at viijs, Graunted for the mayntayning of the Churche lightis there for euer.

Sum of the said stocke of shepe and one cowe—

Memb. 3.

xxj iiijd 3

Thurgarton aley 4 Hundrede.

34*. Caunton. Chantry of our Lady.

34.5 The Chauntery of Caunton,

Founded by Roberte Caunton to maintain a preiste to sing masses for euer. Ys worth in landis, Tenementis and other possessions by yere, lying and being in Diuers and sondry placis within the parishe of Caunton aforesaide, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning the Surveyour there, particulerly appereth,

iiijli viijs viija,

Due vnto Richarde Stanshall, Chauntery preiste there, of thage of 1 yeres, Vnlerned, without any other promocion or paying any Rent Resolute out of the same.

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(3) The space for the interest on this sum is left blank.

(4) Sic. It is difficult to see what is meant.

(6) Sic.

(6) See roll 13, certificate 14.

(1) Sic.

Goodes Remayning, Over and besydis one Chalice of syluer Waying x onz. white, Alredy deliuered vnto thandis of the Master of the kingis Jewell hous to his gracis vse As by an Inventory therof made particulerly appereth

35. Fledborough. Stipendiary service.

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ixd

35. The Stipendary of Fledboroughe, ' Founded by John Bassett, esquyer, to finde a Stipendary preiste to sing Masses for and by the space of xij yeres. Ys worth in a certaine Somme of Money by him apporcioned and assigned to be payed yerely to the said stipendary During the said yeres by thandis of Agnes his wyf, executrice of his laste Will and testamente; whiche John deceassed the xxmo day of Maye, Anno Regni Regis Henrici viijui xxxvjt' As by the survey therof made particulerly it dothe appere,

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36. Thurgarton. Alice Deyncourt's chantry.
36. The Chaunterie of Deycourte,
in the parishe of Thurgarton, 2

Founded by lady Alyce Deyncourte, Wydowe, to
mayntaine a preiste to sing masses for ever. Ys worth in
Rentis and Annuyties lying and being within the
Counties of lincoln and Nottingham, As by the Survey
therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour of the said
Countie of Nottingham, particulerly appereth,
ciijs iiijd,

Due vnto christofer Barwike, Chauntery preiste there, of

(1) Not previously certificated. For an earlier chantry at Fledborough, see introduction.

(2) See roll 13, certificate 34a. Italicised words in another hand.

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