Catalogue description Demise by Ralph Cromwell, John Colvile, and William Bowes, knights, John Martyn, Henry...

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Demise by Ralph Cromwell, John Colvile, and William Bowes, knights, John Martyn, Henry Merston, clerk, William Alyngton, and James Strangways, to Robert, lord of Wilughby, Thomas Erpyngham, William Boneville, and William Crumwell, knights, Thomas Burgeys, esquire, and William Thirlwall, for forty years, of the manor and lordship of Brustwyke, and the castle and manor of Skipse, the patronage of the abbey of Meux (Melsa), co. York, the manor of Barowe, the patronage of the abbey of Thornton, co. Lincoln, and all their manors, lands, and rents etc. in Preston, Burton Pidse, Bondbrustwyk, Skeklyng, Lelle Dyke, Paule, Kayngham, Skeftlyng, Esyngton, Kylnese, Withornse, and Cleton; with the towns, hamlets, fee farms, knights' fees, and advowsons etc. belonging to the said castle, manors, and lordship etc. in the said counties, together with fees and advowsons belonging thereto elsewhere in England; for the payment of the debts of the said (sic) late duke; with remainder in fee to the king as fully as they, with Richard Norton and John Heron, knight, now deceased, had the same of the feoffment of Thomas, late duke of Clarence, after his marriage with Margaret, duchess of Clarence, who survives. Endorsed:-Memorandum of enrolment on the king's Remembrancer's Memoranda Roll, in Hilary Term, 17 Henry VI. East Riding of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. 13 February, 1 Henry [VI].

Note: Three seals, and fragments of two seals.
Date: 1423 Feb 13
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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