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The same ys worthe in certaine Lande there graunted to mayntayne iij obytis yerely for ever within the said

churche,

Memorandum.

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xxvijs viija

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The Churchewardeins there haue deposed that there ys a chapelle within the parishe of Southleverton aforesaide, called the Chapelle of Cottam and named by this worde Capella, as it dothe appere by the kingis maiesties lettres patentis, bering date at Westminster the xxth daie of Maie anno Regni Regis nuper Henrici viijut xxviijmo Whiche chapelle ys dystant from the parishe Churche of Southleverton aforesaide one myle di.; and that there are belonging to the sayd chapell iiij people that Receyve the Communyon and other rytes ecclesiasticalle / And further they saie that many tymes they ar environed with waters that they cannot comme to their parishe churche of Leverton, For the whiche cause the churchewardeins for the tyme being haue alwaies bene accustomed to Receyue the aboue named xxvjs viija towarde the finding and mayntayning of a preist at the said chapell of Cottam.

86. Eakring. Lights.

86. The parishe Churche of Eykring

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Ys Worthe in certain parcellis of lande lying within the parishe there, graunted to mayntayne certaine lightis there for euer,

(1) I.e., 20 May, 1536.

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(2) Not previously certificated. In Augm. Office Misc. Books, lxvij., ut sup., these lands are described as "xij terre vocate Landes" of which eight lay in Breydyngeyate and two in Braylefelde, with two and a half acres in the common field of Eakring. The number of lights is specified as three.

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87. Gringley. Lights.

87. The parishe churche of Gryngley vpon the hill 1 Ys worthe in certain parcellis of lande lying within the said parishe, graunted to mayntaine certaine lightis within the parishe churche ther for euer,

88. Elksley. A light.

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88. The parishe Churche of Elkesley 3

Ys worthe in a parcelle of lande lying within the sayde parishe, graunted to maytayne a light there for euer,

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89. Bothamsall. A lamp.

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89. The parishe churche of Bothumsalle 5

Ys Worthe in a parcelle of lande lying within the said parishe, graunted to mayntayne a lampe there for euer,

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Ys worthe in a parcelle of lande lying within the said parishe, graunted to mayntayne a lampe there for ever,

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(1) Not previously certificated. There were three parcels, severally of one and a half roods, one rood, and half a rood, in three separatc tenures (Augm. Office Misc. Books, ibid.).

(2) The word a crossed out.

(3) Not previously certificated. There was a rood of land (Augm. Office Misc. Books, ibid.).

(4) Sic.

(5) Not previously certificated. There was a rood of meadow (ibid.).

(6) Not previously certificated half an acre of land (ibid.)

91. Misson. An obit.

91. The parishe Churche of Mysyn '

Ys worthe in a parcelle of lande lying within the saide parishe, graunted to finde an obite there for euer,

92. South Wheatley. A lamp.

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92. The parishe Churche of Southe Wheatley 2 Ys worthe in a parcelle of lande lying within the saide parishe, graunted to mayntayne a lampe for euer,

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93. The parishe Churche of Heydon with Vpton + Ys worthe in a stocke of money amounting to xijs graunted to finde an obite ther for euer, with the proffittis therof comming yerely. 5

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Ys worthe in certaine parcellis of lande lying within the

(2) Not previously certificated: an acre of arable land (ibid., f. 257d).

(2) Not previously certificated. In Augm. Office Misc. Books, ibid., the lands are not specified, but the number of lights is said to be two.

(3) F. the beginning of for, erased.

(*) Not previously certificated.

(5) No sum is given.

(9) Not previously certificated. One messuage with land was worth 13s. 4d., another 10s. (Augm. Office Misc. Books, ut sup.).

said parishe, graunted to finde certaine Obitis there for

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95. Mattersey. An obit.

95. The parishe Churche of Matersaye 1

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Ys worthe in a certaine parcel of lande lying there, graunted to finde an Obite there for euer,

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96. North Leverton. Lights and obits., etc.

96. The parishe Churche of Northe Leverton 2 Ys worthe aswelle in certaine Rentis as also in a certain parcel of lande lying there, graunted aswell to finde diuers lightis and obitis 3 there as also an oblacion for

euer,

97. Bawtry. A light.

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97. The parishe Churche of Bawtrye

Ys worthe in a parcel of lande lying within the saide parishe, graunted to mayntayne a light there for euer, by yere,

Memorandum: this in yorke shere.

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(1) Not previously certificated. In Augm. Office Misc. Books, ut sup., the "pecia terre" is said to be for the maintenance of a lamp.

(2) Not previously certificated: half an acre in the tenure of the churchwardens (Augm. Office Misc. Books, ibid.).

(3) Italicised words interlined.

(4) Not previously certificated: three roods of arable land (ibid.).

98. East Markham. Lights.

98. The parishe Churche of Est markham'

Ys worthe in certain parcellis of lande lying within the saide parishe, graunted to mayntayne diuerse lightis there for euer, by yere,

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99. Laxton. Guild, lights, and an obit.

99. The parishe Churche of Laxton Morehous Ys worthe in certain landis and Rentis lying and being within the saide parishe, graunted to fynde a guylde, certain lightis and an obite there for euer, by yere

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100. Beckingham. An obit.

100. The parishe Churche of Beckingham 3

Ys worthe in certaine lande lying within the said parishe, graunted to mayntayne an obite there for euer, by yere,

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(1) Not previously certificated: two several parcels of two acres (2s.) and half an acre (6d.).

(2) Sic. Not previously certificated.

Augm. Office Misc. Books,

ut sup., account for a close in Laxton Moorhouse called “lampelande " (2s.) and three acres of land with two doles of meadow for lights and lamps, 7s. in all. These are said to be in the parish church (i.e., Laxton).

(3) Not previously certificated two acres of land and one and a half acres of meadow (ibid.).

() Not previously certificated: a "pecia terre" for the maintenance of two pounds of wax yearly (ibid., f. 258).

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