Catalogue description Quitclaim of dower right in a tenement called Crotynghous, Reading

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Reference: R/AT1/77
Title: Quitclaim of dower right in a tenement called Crotynghous, Reading
Description:

Reading, Thursday after the feast of St. Michael, 16 Richard II

 

Quitclaim by Alice Beneit, the widow of William Beneit of Reading, to Robert atte Hyde of Reading, tanner, of all her dower right in a tenement called Crotynghous in Reading, lying between the tenements formerly of Alice's husband William Beneit on the west and that of John Caumbre on the east side

 

Witnesses : William Skoriere, mayor of Reading, William Cato[u]r, Richard Bedewynde, John Kent, David atte Hacche and others

 

3 October 1392

 

Endorsed : Crotynge hows. Crotyng-house Alicia Benett 1393

Date: 1392
Held by: Berkshire Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Physical description: 1 doc
Physical condition: Fragmentary seal

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