Release by Richard de Burgh, Earl of Ulster and Lord of Connaught, one of the heirs of Richard FitzJohn, to the Lord Theobald, the Butler of Ireland, who lately pledged his manor of Wydington in England to the said Richard FitzJohn, of all moneys due from the said manor to the said Richard. Dated at the Salmon Leap, on Sunday in the feast of the Purification, 26 Edw. [I.]

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Details of Release by Richard de Burgh, Earl of Ulster and Lord of Connaught, one of the heirs of Richard FitzJohn, to the Lord Theobald, the Butler of Ireland, who lately pledged his manor of Wydington in England to the said Richard FitzJohn, of all moneys due from the said manor to the said Richard. Dated at the Salmon Leap, on Sunday in the feast of the Purification, 26 Edw. [I.]
Title: Release by Richard de Burgh, Earl of Ulster and Lord of Connaught, one of the heirs of Richard FitzJohn, to the Lord Theobald, the Butler of Ireland, who lately pledged his manor of Wydington in England to the said Richard FitzJohn, of all moneys due from the said manor to the said Richard. Dated at the Salmon Leap, on Sunday in the feast of the Purification, 26 Edw. [I.]
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Receipt by Emma, late wife of Richard FitzJohn, and chief executrix of same, for 220 marks from Edward the Botiller of Ireland, by the hand of Nicholas du Mares, in full payment of 560 marks, in which Theobald, brother of said Edmond, was bound to said Richard. Querendon, 15 June, 33 Edw. [I.]

 

Grant by Edmund Walter, the Butler of Ireland, to Nicholas de Mariscis, of the island of Lynholme, for life; rent, 20s. Ardmayle, 20 Jan. 7 Edw. II.

 

Grant by the same to the same of the hamlet of Reys-acre, for life.

 

Witnesses, the Lords Thomas de Butler, Thomas de Cantewell, Matthew de Dullesbourgh, knights, of Ireland; the Lords Wm. de Clifton, Henry de Lea, Adam de Waltam, knights, and others.

Date: No date
Held by: Lambeth Palace Library, not available at The National Archives
Language: French, Latin
Former Reference Department: MS 613, f. 22

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