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48h. Newark. Chantry of Corpus Christi, founded by Isabel Caldwell.

Another Chauntery at the same Altare there,' Founded by Isabell Cawelle, widowe, to mayntayne a preiste to sing masses for euer. Ys worthe by yere in a certaine Annuytie or pencion going out of the possessions of the late priorye of Thurgarton, As by the Survey therof made more playnely may appere,

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Due vnto William Skelton, Incumbent there, of the age of lij yeres, vnlerned, hauing otherwise to lyve upon / Clere yere without paying any Rent Resolute.

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Memorandum.

Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore considered

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none.

or Relieved by any of these iij Chaunteries laste before mencioned Goodes Remayning, Ouer and besydis one Challice gilte Waying xiij onz. / Alredy deliuered vnto the master of the Kingis Jewell house to his gracis vse / As by an Inventory therof made particulerly it dothe appere. All whiche goodis and Ornamentis did belong and apperteigne vnto the iij Chaunteres laste before

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Founded by Mawde Sawcemere, wydowe, to mayntayne Ys worthe by yere in

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a preiste to sing masses for ever. landis, Annuities and other lying and being of the possessions of the late priorye 2 of Wellowe in the Countie of Lyncoln and in other placis within the saide countie of Nottingham / As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour of the said Shere, more playnly it dothe appere,

Rentis Resolute

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Remayneth vnto John Askewe,3 Chauntery preiste there, of the age of xlv yeres, being vnlerned and having none other promocion,

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48k. Newark. Morrow-mass chantry or William Sawsemer's chantry at the altar of St. Laurence.

The Chauntery there called William Sawcemeres,+ Founded by William Sawcemere to mayntayne a preiste to sing Masses for ever. Ys worthe by yere in Annuyties and other possessions lying and being in diuers placis within the Counties of Nottingham and Lyncolne, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning Withe the Surveyour of the said shere, yt dothe appere,

Rentis Resolute...

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Remayneth vnto John Crofton, chauntery preiste there, of the Age of xxxiij yeres, being vnlerned and having none other lyving, .

(1) Sic.

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(2) Wellow was an abbey.

(*) John Stonis or Stones was chantry priest in 1546.

(*) See roll 13, certificate 11d.

Memorandum.

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none.

Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore consydered
or Relieved by any of theis ij Chaunteries
last before mencioned
Goodes Remayning (over and besydis one
Challice parcell gilt Waying ix onz. di.,
alredy deliuered vnto thandis of the
master of the kingis Jewell house, to his
gracis vse) As by an Inventory therof
made particulerly it dothe appere. All
whiche goodis and ornamentis Dyd
belong and apperteyne vnto the ij
Chaunteries laste before mencioned

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481. Newark. Chantry of St. Katherine.

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The Chauntery at Thalter of saint katerine,' Founded by William Wansey to Mayntayne a preiste to sing Masses for ever. Ys Worthe in a certaine Annuytie going out of the landis and possessions of the late priorye of Thurgarton in the said Countie of Nottingham / As by the Survey therof made more playnely apperethe,

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Due vnto William Gilberte, Incumbent there, of thage of lix yeres honeste and lerned, hauing none other promocion / Clere yerely without paying any rent Resolute.

Memorandum.

Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore consydered

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none.

or Relieved by this Chauntery ... Goodes Remayning to the kingis maiesties vse, as by an Inventory therof made more particulerly appereth

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(2) See roll 13, certificate 11e.

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48m. Newark. Chantry of St. James.

The Chauntery at Thaltare of saint Nicolas,' Founded by William, sometyme Archebisshoppe of yorke, William Durante and Isabell his wyff, To mayntaine a preiste to sing masses for ever. Ys worthe in a certaine pencion going out of the landis and possessions of the late prioury of saint Katerins nere lincolne, As by the Survey therof plainly apperethe,

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Due vnto peter Hugett, Incumbent there, of thage of xlij yeres vnlerned without any other lyving / Clere yerely without paying any Rent Resolute.

48n. Newark. Chantry of St. Nicholas.

Another Chauntery at the same Altare there,3

Founded by Roberte de Bosco and Mawde his wife, 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 said shere As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour ther, particulerly apperithe,

Rentis Resolute by yere

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xvjs jd, and so Remayneth vnto Hughe Wight, chantery preest there, of thage of xl yeres, being vnlerned and having none other promocion or living,

Memorandum.

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Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore Consydered

or Relieved by this Chauntery

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none.

(1) Sic. See roll 13, certificate 11b.
(2) John Dicson was incumbent in 1546.

(3) See roll 13, certificate lla.

Goodes Remayning (Ouer and besydes a Chalice of Siluer parcell gilt waying viij onz. di, Alredy deliuered vnto the master of the kingis Jewell house to his maiesties vse) As by an Inventory therof made particulerly it dothe appere. All whiche goodis and ornamentis dyd belong and apperteigne vnto theis ij Chaunteries laste before mencioned

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48n. Newark. Chantry founded by archdeacon Newark. Another Chauntery at thaltare of saint Mary Magdaleyne,'

Founded by William Newarke To mayntay2 a preiste to sing Masses for ever. Ys Worthe in Rentis and Annuyties lying and being in diuerse placis within the said shire, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning withe the Surveyour of the saide Shere, particulerly it Dothe appere by yere,

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Due vnto William Wise, incumbent there, of thage of xlv yeres, vnlerned without any other promocion / Clere yerely without paying any rent Resolute. Memorandum.

Preacher, Scolemaster or the poore consideryd

or Relieved by this Chauntery

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Goodes Remayning to the kingis Maiesties 3

none.

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