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16. Ruddington. Stipendiary service.

16. Diuers landes in Ruddington'

Founded by the parishioners there to Mayntaine a preiste to sing masses for ever. Ys worthe in landis, Tenementis. and other possessions lying and being within the parishe of Ruddington aforesaide, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour of the said Shere, particulerly it appereth,

ljs

Due vnto William Sawcey, Chapleyn there, of the 2 age of xlviij yeres, vnlerned, without any other promocion, Clere yerely / Without paying any Rent Resolute.

17. Ruddington. Chantries.

17. The Chauntery of Ruddington and Chilwell in the parishe of Addenburghe.3

Founded by thantecessours of the Lorde Sheffelde to mayntayne iij priestes to sing Devyne seruyce. Ys worthe in a certaine Annuytie going of the landis of the lorde Sheffeilde in his lordeshippes of Chillwell, Bramcote and Clyfton, Thatis to saie for the Salary of Henry Scotte, Wardeyn of the saide Chauntery—

cvjs viijd, And for the Salary of ij other Chauntery priestis at iij xiijs iiijd 6 eyther of them by yere,

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(1) Sic.

(6) Sic. £4 13s. 4d. is the right amount.

14 13s. 4d, is the right stipend: but 5s. appears to be added here and in the 1546 certificate for the chantry house.

Due vnto Henry Skott, Chauntery preiste there, Whois age is vnpresented, without paying any Rent Resolute. Memorandum :

Yt ys presented by William Lawe and Hughe Harelowe, Churche wardeins of Ruddington aforesaide, that there y's a Chauntery in Rudington of the yerely valieue of xiiij xviijs iiijd, And that Sir Henry Scott ys Chauntery priest there and hathe not ben Resydent vpon the said Chauntery by the space of iij yeres and more last paste; Ann the said Sir henry Scott at his going from the saide Towne tooke with him all the goodis, ornamentis, Juellis and plate and ther stuff1 belonging to the said Chauntery. Also they do present that there ys landis and tenementis Within the said towne of Ruddington of the yerely valewe of ljs, whiche was given to finde a preiste to sing masse there for euer.2

Memb. 2d.

18. Willoughby-on-the-Wolds. Chantry of our Lady. 18. The Chauntery within the Chapell of our Lady in Willoughby on the Woalde,3

Founded by Richarde Willoughby to mayntaine a preist to sing masses for euer. Ys worthe in landis, Tenementis and other possessions by yere, lying and being in Diuers and sondry placis within the said shere of nottingham, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour there, particulerly appereth,

Rentis Resolutis

vjli ixs viijd, Wherof in

xiijs,

And so

Remayneth to Robert perrott, chauntery preiste there, of

(1) Italicised words interlined.

(2) Certificated above, no. 16.

(3) See roll 13, certificate 1.

thage of lxiiij yeres, indifferently Lerned, having other substanciall lyvingis,'

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Goodes Remayning to the kingis maiesties vse

by reason of this Chauntery

19. Bunny. A lamp.

none.

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19. The parishe churche of Bonnye 3

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

20. Gotham. A lamp.

xiiijd

20. The parishe churche of Goteham +

Ys Worthe by yere in a certaine parcell of land errable there, Graunted for the mayntayning of a lampe for euer, vijs vjd

21. Sutton (Bonnington). A light.

21. The parishe churche of Sutton 5

Ys Worthe in a certaine parcell of medowe there, Graunted for the mayntayning of a lighte For euer,

(1) See certificate 41 below.

viijd

(2) The sum vjli ixs viijd erased.

(3) Not previously certificated. The sum was made up of four swathes of meadow and a rood of arable land (1s.) and a parcel of land worth 2d. (Augm. Office Misc. Books, lxvij., f. 256).

(4) Not previously certificated. The land, ut sup., consisted of one bovate of arable land.

(5) Not previously certificated. The land was a rood of meadow in the common fields (ibid., f. 256d).

22. Sutton (Bonnington). John Staunton's obit. 22. The parishe Churche of Sutton in Bonyngton ' Ys Worthe by yere in a certaine Rent going out of certaine landis and medowe lying in Sutton aforesaide, nowe in tenure of Richarde Gardiner, Graunted by John Staunton, esquyer, for the mayntayning of an Obite for

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23. Willoughby-on-the-Wolds. A light.

23. The parishe churche of Wylloughbye
on the Woalde 3

and so

Ys Worthe in a Certain Stocke or some of money graunted to maintaine a light there, Thatis to saie-xx3 Remayning with the churche Wardeins.

A Stocke of money.+

BINGHAM HUNDREDE.

24a. Bingham. Guild of our Lady.

24. The Guylde of our Lady in Bingham,5

Founded by the parishioners there to maynetayne a preiste to sing masses for euer. Ys worthe in landis, Tenementis and other possessions lying and being within

(1) Not previously certificated.

(2) Sic. The sum should be 2s., but possibly the poor money

amounted to 14s. 10d.

(3) Not previously certificated.

(*) These words take the place of the amount ordinarily entered at this end of the certificate.

(5) See roll 13, certificate 6a.

Diuers several placis with in the saide Countie of Nottingham, As by the Survey therof made, Remayning with the Surveyour there, particulerly appereth,

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Remayneth vnto William Cranswyke,2 Stipendary there, of thage of lij yeres, vnlerned, having none other promocion,

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246. Bingham. Chapel of St. Helen.

24 3. Chapell of Saint Heleynes in Bingham 4 Founded by whom ys not presented, to mayntayne a preiste to sing masses for euer. Ys worthe in Landis, Tenementis and annuyties Going out of the Manour of Bingham, parcell of the possessions of Sir Bryan Stapleton in the said Countie of Nottingham / As by the Survey therof made particulerly apperith,

xxxvijs iiijd

Due vnto thincumbent there, Whois name, lerning or age ys not presented 5/ But taken out of the roughe boke/ withou paying any rent Resolute.

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