Catalogue description (St Edmund king and martyr, 45 Edw III); at Tremblyth   Lease for term of life   John...

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Details of AR/20/2
Reference: AR/20/2
Description:

(St Edmund king and martyr, 45 Edw III); at Tremblyth

 

Lease for term of life

 

John Arundell senior, lord of Lanhern, and John Arundell junior, lord of Treloy = (1)-(2)

 

Richard Deuysyer, vicar of Sancta Ida, and Matthew de Bodrigy chaplain = (3)-(4)

 

(1)-(2) to (3)-(4), the manor of Conerton with the advowson of its church, together with the hundred of Penwyth and its bailiffry, the manors of Tredreysek, Tremblyth and Medesole together with fairs and markets of the manor of Medesole, and all messuages, etc., and liberties belonging to the manors, hundred, etc., except for the manors of Lanhern and Treloy; for (3)-(4) to hold from John Arundel, knight, during his lifetime; after his death the lands shall remain to the heir of John Arundell knight by Elizabeth daughter of Oliver de Carminou.

 

If the heirs of John son of John Arundell knight by Elizabeth die without heir of their bodies, then the lands shall remain to Oliver de Sent John during his life, and after his death to John, Oliver's eldest son, during his life, and after John's death to Oliver's heirs male by body of Elizabeth daughter of John de la Beer, knight. If the heirs male of Oliver by body of Elizabeth die without heir of their bodies, the lands shall remain to Margaret wife of Reginald Beuyle and Ralph their son; after the deaths of Margaret and Ralph they shall remain to Ralph Soor de Taluren and his heirs male of his body. If Ralph Soor dies without heirs male of his body, they shall remain to John Colyn de Lannanta and his heirs male of the body of Rose his wife, kinswoman of John Arundell knight. Warranty during the life of John Arundell knight.

 

Richard Serceaux, knight, Oto Bodregan, John Serceaux, Nicholas Wanford, Ralph Clegher.

 

2 tags for seals [of (1)-(2)].

Note:

Richard Dyviser was instituted to St Issey on 8th Nov 1362 (Grandisson III, 1488); but his death or departure does not seem to be recorded in the bishops' registers.

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Date: 1371, Thursday 20th Nov
Related material:

Cornwall Record Office AR/20/6 is the instruction to tenants that goes with this deed.

 

This document is part of a group of transactions dated 1371-72 which belong together, namely Cornwall Record Office AR/20/2-13. They represent an enfeoffment by Sir John Arundell of much of his estate to trustees.

Held by: Archives and Cornish Studies Service (formerly Cornwall Record Office), not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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