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Henry de Makeseye 3rd rector of St Michael, Cornhill.

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B. 2523. Grant by William de Ares, chaplain, to the nuns ofKatesby, of a toft in Makesey (Maxey). Witnesses:—Salomon de Wythirington, Robert Freman de Clinton, William son of Walter de Makeseye and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.

From: ‘Deeds: B.2501 – B.2600′, A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2 (1894), pp. 308-317. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64283&strquery=maxey  Date accessed: 26 October 2011.

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AP People of Strelley; Simon de Makesey. Strelley; de Makesey People; Simon [Lost if there is a formal address]. The people of Strelley request remedy for the goods taken from them by Eilgh[...] at the time when the king held his parliament at Nottingham. Date: 1317 – 1330 Source: DocumentsOnline (images of documents from The National Archives)

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GRANT by Geoffrey fil.Gilberti de Makeseye to Hugh de Sulgrave, of Helpiston, of a “triroda” of land in the fields of Helpiston, abutting on Helpiston Meadow. Witn. Alexander de Makesey; Richard atte Stile; John Muston; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Date: 1351 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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Notification of quitclaim of right in lands they hold of her gift.  2ANC1/1/26  Mid 13c

Contents:
Matilda daughter of William son of Robert of Edenham, in her widowhood to the Blessed Mary of Vaudey and the monks serving God there.
Subject of quitclaim all lands already given and also a gore of arable in the field at Grimsthorpe next to the western bound on Wygoterothe, near the porter’s land, on which she and her heirs will have no claim per sacrabar.
Witnesses: Hugh Erlyn, Hugh de Makesey, Thomas Harang, Roger Cocus and Ralph de Louton.
Seal: Star. Matild’ Fil’ Will’ Fil’ Roberti.
Endorsement: Porte Tabula prima.
Notification of a quitclaim of right.  2ANC1/1/31  13th century

Contents:

Roger son of John de Lawnye to the abbot and convent of Vaudey.
Property: a bovate in Creeton he holds of the abbot and convent for his suit of court and a pound of pepper and about which he has been disputing. He now yields up the bovate to them absolutely.
Witnesses: Hugh Erlyn and Hugh de Makeseye of Edenham, Hugh Heryng and Roger le Ky of Scotilthorpe, William son of John of and William de Stafford of Swynsted.
Seal: Star. S. Rog. Launy.
Endorsement: Lanana tabula prima. XXVII (13c).
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Folio lxxvi b.

Custodia Oliveri filii Ade de Acres tradita Joh’ i Yakesle stokfysshmongere.

20 June, 33 Edward III. [A.D. 1359], John Lovekyn, the Mayor, the Aldermen, and Thomas de Waldene, the Chamberlain, delivered to John Yakesle, senior, “stokfishmongere,” the sum of £8 of the goods of Oliver, son of Adam de Acres, to keepquousque etc. And the said John found surety for rendering an account of this and other money he has in hand belonging to the said Oliver, viz., John Yakeslee, junior.

Custodia Will’ i fil’ Joh’ is de Wyrcestre tradita Henr’ Maleseye.

2 May, 33 Edward III. [A.D. 1359], the guardianship of William, son of John de Wyrcestre, aged fifteen years, committed by the same to Henry Makeseye, skinner. Surety, viz., John Bedeford, skinner.

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‘Folios cxxi – cxxx: July 1346 -’, Calendar of letter-books of the city of London: F: 1337-1352 (1904), pp. 143-156. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33540 Date accessed: 23 January 2012

Folio cxxi’

The names of those elected by the best and wisest men of every Ward of the City to well and truly assess the inhabitants of each Ward having goods and chattels of the value of £10, and those having more, each according to his substance, for 3,000 marks, which the Mayor and Aldermen, temp. Richard Lacer, Mayor, anno 20 Edward III., agreed to raise for the King, partly as a gift and partly a loan:-

Richard de Carletone, Robert Makeseye, Walter Page, Robert de Hatfeld, John Malewayn, Robert Swote, Robert de Thorneye

Folio cxxiv.

Receipts of the aforesaid sum of 3,000 marks, temp. Richard Lacer, Mayor, anno 20 Edward III., appear by poll as follows, (fn. 3) viz.:-

Folio cxxiv b.

Folio cxxv.

Folio cxxv b.

, Thomas de Swanlond, Nicholas de Swanlond, William Blod, John Fynche, Robert de Hatfeld, Roger Hotot, Robert Makeseye, John Devenisshe, Richard de Prestone, John de Bristolle, Robert de Haselingfeld, Richard de Alderne, John Clerk, “blader,”

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May 28. Godfrey, abbot of Peterborough, going beyond seas, has letters nouiiKeunington. nating John de Trikyngham, his fellow monk, andMaster Geoffrey de Makeseye, his attorneys until Martinmas.

[Rutl.] B. 1365. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph son of Martin de Makeseia, to the nuns of St. Michael, Stanford, of lands in the field of Ettona. Witnesses:—Stephen de Stokes, Robert de Colevill’, Laurence de Burton and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Rutl.] B. 1366. Demise by Alice Copildyk, prioress of St. Michael’s Staunford, and the convent of that place, to William Aldewynkyl, chaplain, Roger Elyott, of Wodecroftes, and John Priour, of the same place, of lands lying at Saxpole, at the Bridge and elsewhere in the vill of Ettona. Monday after SS. Tiburtius and Valerian, 10 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Bedf ?] B. 1367. Grant by Nicholas de Staverton, clerk, to Abel the Baker (pistori) son of Hugh de Verni, of the messuage in the vill of Etone which he had of the feoffment of Nicholas Mallore. Witnesses:—William, prior of Grovebury (de Grava), Sir Thomas Spigurnel, parson of Sthathewelle, Sir Thomas, parson of Lodbroc, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Rutl.] B. 1368. Demise by the prioress and nuns of St. Michael’s, Staunford, with the consent of Richard Dufford their prior, to Sarra, late the wife of Hugh de Northburgb, of lands, tenements, &c. in the vill and territory of Etton’. Witnesses:—Hugh de Sulgrave, William de Makeseye, Adam Payn the younger of Eton, and Geoffrey de Helpiston. Monday, the feast of St. Peter ad vincula 19 Edward III., 1345.

Dec. 15. Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Kelleshull, Simon
Westminster. Simeon, William de Skipwith and John de Harewedon, on complaint by
Geoffrey de la Mare, ‘ chivaler,’ that some evildoers assaulted him at
Makeseye, co. Northampton, felled his trees there, carried away the trees
and other of his goods and assaulted his men and servants, whereby he
i Q e 1 lost their service for a great time. For 20*. paid in the hanaper

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Enrolment of release by John de Foleville, knight, to Geoffrey de la Mare of Makeseye, of all his right and claim in all the lands which Geoffreyheld in demesne, in reversion or otherwise. Witnesses: Sir Philip de Weston, Sir John de Liseus, Nicholas de Bokelond, Master Richard deHaveresham, doctor of civil law, John de Tamworth, clerk. Dated at London on 6 July, 22 Edward III.

Memorandum that John came into chancery at London on 6 July and acknowledged the preceding deed.

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Calendar of the Patent rolls preserved in the Public record office, Volume 1

By Great Britain. Public Record Office

May 28. Godfrey, abbot of Peterborough, going beyond seas, has letters nouiiKeunington. nating John de Trikyngham, his fellow monk, andMaster Geoffrey de Makeseye, his attorneys until Martinmas.

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[no title]  F(M) Charter/264  Thursd F of St John B [24 June] 15 Edw II [1322]

Contents:

GRANT by Geoffrey son and heir of Master Geoffrey, clerk of Makesi, to John fil.Gilberti de Eylisworthe of a culture of arable land in the fields of Eylisworthe in a place called Stibbing between the Abbot’s wood called Abbotishawe and the Abbot’s land.
Witn. William Cordel; Wm.Warin; Hugh Templer; of Badington; Walter at Kyrke de Offord; etc.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/265  S aft F of St john Bapt [27 June] 15 Edw II [1322]

Contents:

QUITCLAIM by Mabel de Grenham, widow of Geoffrey de Makeseye, clerk, to John fil.Gilberti de Eylisworthe of the third part of a culture of arable land lying under Abbotiswode [in Castre] which she holds as dower since her husband’s death.
Witn. William Cordel; William Warin; Hugh Templer; Walter atte Kyrke de Offord.
Seal, chipped.

[no title]  F(M) Charter/789  1216×1272

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GRANT by Gerard de Nunton ad-crucem, to Simon his son of an acre of arable land in the field of Helpiston called Estholim; rent one penny at Michaelmas.
Witn. Dom.Peter de la Mare de Makeseye; William de Coleville; Nicholas de la Grene; Ralph fil.Thorald; etc.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/827  1272×1307

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GRANT by Geoffrey Yol of Helpeston to Gerard ad-crucem de Nunton for his service and 40sh. paid in hand, of an acre of arable land in the field of Helpiston in the field called Hestholm; rent, one penny at Michaelmas.
Witn. Robert de Choleville; Simon fil.Ricardi; Nicholas a-la-Grene; Ralph Nepos de Makeseia; John clericus de Nunton.
Seal.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/835  M bef Christmas Day [18 Dec] 1 Edw II [1307]

Contents:

GRANT by Baldewin fil.Johannis de Pauntone to Walram de Mortuo Mari, of 4½ acres of land and a rood of meadow, in the fields and meadow of Helpistone.
Witn. Geoffrey de la Mare; Roger de Heigham, Knts.; Master Geoffrey de Makeseye; Henry Stubbe.
Seal.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/835  M bef Christmas Day [18 Dec] 1 Edw II [1307]

Contents:

GRANT by Baldewin fil.Johannis de Pauntone to Walram de Mortuo Mari, of 4½ acres of land and a rood of meadow, in the fields and meadow of Helpistone.
Witn. Geoffrey de la Mare; Roger de Heigham, Knts.; Master Geoffrey de Makeseye; Henry Stubbe.
Seal.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/862  Tu aft the fortnight of Easter [9 Apr] 19 Edw II [1326]

Contents:

QUITCLAIM by Andrew fil.Dom.Andree Russell, Knt. to Roger de Sulgrave and Margery his wife, of a messuage in Helpiston, called Le Wodehall, containing, with garden and croft, 5½ acres and of eight acres of land in the same vill, and a 3sh. rent from a cottage which William de Wyteringg and Cecily his wife hold for term of their lives.
Witn. Walter de Clopton; Robert de Greyby in Northburgh; Hugh Templer; Roger Payn de Makeseye; etc.
Seal.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/869  Vi Id, Julii [10 July] 8 Edw III [1334]

Contents:

LEASE by Mabilia; sometime wife of Master Geoffrey de Makeseye to William de Ryseborough and Beatrice his wife, of a messuage and 10 acres and a rood of land in Helpiston which the said Mabilia had on lease from Dom.Walram de Mortuo Mari, Knt.: to hold during the said Mabilia’s life, by a yearly rent of 13sh.4d.
Witn. Hugh de Northbourgh; Peter de Lamare; John Stubbe; etc.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/892  Palm Sunday [13 Apr] 22 Edw III [1348]

Contents:

GRANT by John Bircumbe, of Ufford, to Geoffrey fil.Gilberti and Alice his wife, of a “triroda” of arable land in the fields of Helpiston, in Westholm.
Witn. William de Makeseya; Alan Cokel; Robert Binorton.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/264  Thursd F of St John B [24 June] 15 Edw II [1322]

Contents:

GRANT by Geoffrey son and heir of Master Geoffrey, clerk of Makesi, to John fil.Gilberti de Eylisworthe of a culture of arable land in the fields of Eylisworthe in a place called Stibbing between the Abbot’s wood called Abbotishawe and the Abbot’s land.
Witn. William Cordel; Wm.Warin; Hugh Templer; of Badington; Walter at Kyrke de Offord; etc.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/265  S aft F of St john Bapt [27 June] 15 Edw II [1322]

Contents:

QUITCLAIM by Mabel de Grenham, widow of Geoffrey de Makeseye, clerk, to John fil.Gilberti de Eylisworthe of the third part of a culture of arable land lying under Abbotiswode [in Castre] which she holds as dower since her husband’s death.
Witn. William Cordel; William Warin; Hugh Templer; Walter atte Kyrke de Offord.
Seal, chipped.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/1767  1272×1307

Contents:

GRANT by John de Wasteneys, of Brassingburg to Joan de Mortemer, wife of Stephen de Wasteneis, of all that land which the said Stephen gave him in the said vill of Braceborough, with messauges buildings, etc.; rent 5sh.
Witn. Dom.Robert de la Warde, Knt.; Ranulf de Dakere, Knt.; Geoffrey de Deping, Knt.; Richard Rolaund; Ralph de Makeseya; Thomas de Luda; William ultra-aquam de Gretford.
Seal of arms.
[no title]  F(M) Charter/1767  1272×1307

Contents:

GRANT by John de Wasteneys, of Brassingburg to Joan de Mortemer, wife of Stephen de Wasteneis, of all that land which the said Stephen gave him in the said vill of Braceborough, with messauges buildings, etc.; rent 5sh.
Witn. Dom.Robert de la Warde, Knt.; Ranulf de Dakere, Knt.; Geoffrey de Deping, Knt.; Richard Rolaund; Ralph de Makeseya; Thomas de Luda; William ultra-aquam de Gretford.
Seal of arms.

Memorandum that Benedict came into chancery at Westminster on 5 July and acknowledged the preceding indenture.

Enrolment of release by John de Foleville, knight, to Geoffrey de la Mare of Makeseye, knight, and Cecily de Gereberge, of all his right and claim in all the lands which they hold in demesne and in reversion or otherwise. Witnesses: Sir Philip de Weston, Sir John de Liseus, Nicholas deBokelond, Master Richard de Haveresham, doctor of civil law, John de Tamworth, clerk. Dated at London on 6 July, 22 Edward III.

Memorandum that John de Folevill came into chancery at London on 6 July and acknowledged the preceding deed.

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Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Ancient Deeds, Ser… E 210/8724

Richard son of Gilbert de suthorp to Geoffrey son of Richard de Makeseie, and Eva his wife : Grant of 1 1/2 roods in Southorpe (Southorp) : (Northants). . Richard son of Gilbert de suthorp to Geoffrey son of Richard de Makeseie, and Eva his wife : Grant Date: 1323 – 1324 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

Information relating to document ref. no. 26D53/78

Thoma de Mederlei Laurencio filio Johannis de Sutton Johanne ffouch de Gaynton Johanne de fermesham de Leyke Simone de Makesei de eadem Galfrido Dougge et aliis. Dated at Staunton on feast of St.Nich., 35 Edw., III. 3 seal tags, 1 seal intact. 17th cent. Date: 1361 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

Maxey, John, bp. of Elphin, commendatoryof Welbeck, 110, 878 ii.

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LETTERS of ATTORNEY by Roger de Northburgh, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, to Robert de Sulgrave, rector of Etton, to deliver to Hugh de Sulgrave seisin of all the lands and tenements in Makesey which the said Roger had by grant, etc. of Geoffrey de Date: 1357 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/1174

for a tenement in Thorpe held by service of the 4th part of a knight’s fee – 100sh. for manors and tenements in Marham held by service of one knight’s fee – 150sh. for the manor of Makesey formerly Brian de la Mare’s by similar service of 1½ knight’s Date: 1375 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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abt 1316

C. 4934. Grant by Thomas Gylbart of the parish of Sturrey toWilliam Maxey of Sturrey, John Rydar of the parish of Herne, WilliamNotyngham and William Skynner of the parish of Chistelet of all hisland, &c. on day of date in the parishes of Chistelet and Sturrey andin the hundred of Blenegate, or elsewhere in the county of Kent.Sturrey, 25 May, 5 Edward IV. Endorsed: Be hyt remembryd that de[de ind]entyd of Nortlese andcopy of [the] wyll of Thomas Gylbard ys in the . . . . of Johanne Ryder.

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The lease for six years referred to in the preceeding charter (F(M) Charter 845) from John son of Geoffrey Russell, Knt., the rent during the term to be five marks and 6sh.8d. Witn. Hugh Wake; Geoffrey de la Mare, of Makesey; Nicholas de Etone, Knts.; Date: 1312 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/423

GRANT by Roger Personere, of Makesey and Margaret his wife to John de Eston, of an annual rent of 5sh. due from Simon de Saneto Botulpho and Ivetta his wife for a messuage they hold on lease for their lives, with the reversion of the messuage to the same Date: 1356 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/2281

QUITCLAIM by Margery Crounkere, of Makeseye, to Roger Paumes, of Makesey of a messuage and croft in the town and territory of Makeseye Witn. John de Nunton; Alexander Bele; Geoffrey But; William Frere; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Fitzwilliam Date: 1361 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/919

GRANT by Richard de Balderton and Anne his wife to Hugh de Sulgrave and Joan his wife, of the reversion of the moiety of all the lands and tenements, etc. which the said Hugh and Joan hold in Helpeston and Makesey by inheritance of Ralph de Mortuo Mari Date: 1386 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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and which sometime were Dom.Robert de Helpiston’s, brother of the above Joan. Witn. Dom.Thomas Wake, of Bliseworth; William de Nunton; John Payn, of Makesey; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Fitzwilliam (Milton)...] Date: 1332

and Agnes hold from the said John on a six years lease: to hold by customary service, etc. to the chief lord and to the said John 100sh. yearly to begin at the end of the said term. Witn. Hugh Wake; Geoffrey de la Mare, of Makesey; Nicholas de Etone, Knts.; Date: 1312 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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GRANT by Alexander Bele, of Makeseye, to Hugh de Sulgrave, of two acres of arable land in the fields of Wodecroft and Helpeston, lying in Le Thweyt, le Dedemor, etc. Witn. John de Newton; Roger de Pershovere, of Makesey; Richard Reygner; etc. Seal, (head Date: 1353 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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Special Collections: Ancient Petitions SC 8/342/16120

Petitioners: People of Strelley; Simon de Makesey. Addressees: [Lost if there is a formal address]. Places mentioned: Esterley (Strelley), [Nottinghamshire]; Nottingham, [Nottinghamshire]; Calke [Abbey], [Derbyshire]. Other people mentioned: Oliver de Date: 1317 – 1330 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

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of Etton’. Witnesses:—Hugh de Sulgrave, William de Makeseye, Adam Payn the younger of Eton, and Geoffrey de Helpiston. Monday, the feast of St. Peter ad vincula 19 Edward III., 1345.

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doubtful of this being direct family but is in the same time frame of early maxey 200 miles west of 99% maxey records from 1300-1450

Petitioners: William de Praers, sheriff of Cheshire.
Name(s): de Praers, William
Addressees: King and council.
Occupation: sheriff of Cheshire
Nature of Request: William de Praers, sheriff of Cheshire, states that when the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (described as the ‘Bishop …
Nature of Endorsement: Because the verdict of the triers is contradictory in itself, the Justiciar of Cheshire is to be ordered to institute an …
Places mentioned: Cheshire.
People mentioned: [Roger Northburgh] Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield; Hamo de Mascy (Massey).
Date derivation: According to the List of Sheriffs, William Praers was sheriff in 1332, and the same or another William de Praers …
1332

Petitioners: Bishop of Chester (Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield)
Addressees: King and council
Occupation: Bishop of Chester (Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield)
Nature of Request: 1) The bishop shows that an approvement that he has made in his manor of Tarvin has been thrown down by the keeper by colour …
Nature of Endorsement: [Responses entered of the face after each request:]1) Let it be ordered to the keeper by writ of Chancery that he certify …
Places mentioned: Tarvin, Cheshire; Kelsall, [Cheshire]; Foreste de la Mare (Delamere forest), [Cheshire]
People mentioned: William de Chetelton, keeper of the Forest of Delamere; Hamo de Mascy (Massey)
Date derivation: The guard tentatively dates this c. 1308 on the basis of a reference in the fine rolls, but this is tenuous, and …
1325-1350

Petitioners: People of Salford wapentake in Lancashire.
Addressees: King and council.
Nature of Request: The people request remedy be ordained for them as Massey and other Cheshiremen came and chased large numbers of their livestock …
Nature of Endorsement: Each person harmed is to have a writ of trespass against the trespassers to be pleaded in the county in which the trespass …
Places mentioned: Salford wapentake, Lancashire; Cheshire.
People mentioned: Hamon de Mascy (Massey); William de Baggele (Baguley); William Boydel; Geoffrey de Werbeltone (Warburton); Robert le Prayers …
Date derivation: The petition has been dated on the guard to 1311 on the basis that this was a year when the eve of the feast of …
1311 SC

Petitioners: Robert de Mohaut (Mouhaut).
Name(s): de Mohaut (Mouhaut), Robert
Addressees: King.
Nature of Request: Mohaut requests the assignment of other justices to examine his rights to the manor of Ewloe as those originally assigned …
Nature of Endorsement: A similar petition is answered before the king.2) Let it remain.3) Coram rege.
Places mentioned: Ewloe, [Flintshire, Wales]; Cheshire.
People mentioned: Peter Corbet, justice; Richard de Mascy (Massey), justice; William de Mortimer, clerk, justice; [Edward of Caernarfon, Prince …
Date derivation: The petition is dated to? c. 1301 as the petition appears to refer to events after Edward I created Edward of …
1301

Petitioners: Gylyot de Chalones (Chalons), burgess of Conway.
Name(s): de Chalones (Chalons), Gylyot
Addressees: King.
Nature of Request: [The petition is barely legible and the full sense is lost.]Chalounes requests that he can have allowance for money that …
Nature of Endorsement: He should have respite until the justice has enquired on this, and let a writ be made and let certification be made at the …
Places mentioned: Conway, [Caernarfonshire, Wales]; Caernarfon, [Caernarfonshire, Wales]; Cheshire.
People mentioned: Richard de Mascy (Massey).
Date derivation: The petition is dated to c. 1297 as the petition makes reference to 25 Edw. I.
1297 SC 8/275/13729

Petitioners: Hamon de Mascy (Massey) of Cheshire.
Name(s): de Mascy (Massey), Hamon
Addressees: King and council.
Nature of Request: Mascy requests remedy as he has no land outside of the county of Chester but the justice of Chester by writ of judgment …
Nature of Endorsement: Because the original plea is of the county of Lancashire . . . then it should be impleaded before the justices of the Bench.
Places mentioned: Cheshire; Lancashire.
People mentioned: Edmund [Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster], brother of the king.
Date derivation: The petition is dated to c. 1296 as the petition refers to the executors of Edmund, earl of Lancaster, the king’s …
1296

Petitioners: William Deyncourt.
Name(s): Deyncourt, William
Addressees: King and council.
Nature of Request: Deyncourt requests that justice and that he is able to have delivery of his estates which has been delayed for three weeks …
Nature of Endorsement: [One entry is struck-through].Let this petition be ordered into Chancery, and let the chancellor take to him council from …
Places mentioned: Blankney, [Lincolnshire]; Branston, [Lincolnshire]; Granby, [Nottinghamshire]; Holmesfield, [Derbyshire]; Elmton, (Derbyshire).
People mentioned: Edmund Deyncourt; Joan [de Macy (Massey)], wife of Hamo de Massey; Hamo de Macy (Massey), husband of Joan de Massey.
Date derivation: The petition dates to 1327-1328 as several orders to escheators not to meddle with lands of the petitioners and …
1327-1328 SC 8

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Description

Name : Hamo Massey (de Mascy), knight
Places : Property in Hale, Chestershire
Document Note: The date is from internal evidence: the lease begins on 11 November 1333.
Seal Design: Design: shield of arms (a cross, in the first quarter a lion rampant) hanging by a cord with a wyvern on each side, Size: 23 mm, Shape: round, Colour: brown-red, Legend: +[.....]L’·HAMON[......]SI, Personal
Material: Wax
Attachment: On tag
Seal Note: The date is 1333 November 11 or earlier. Impression: fair. Condition: damage to design and legend.
Date 1333 November 11
Catalogue reference DL 25/739
Dept Records of the Duchy of Lancaster
Series Duchy of Lancaster: Deeds, Series L
Piece Hamon de Mascy, knight to Robert Pernaunt his chamberlain, his wife and children (parvis): Demise, for 35 years, of half the land in the vill of Hale, which Thomas de Boudon used to hold of him: (Ches)
Date
Catalogue ref
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Petitioners: Burgesses of Paris.
Addressees: King and council.
Nature of Request: The burgesses, hostages because of the treaty between the king of France and of England, request an order to the mayor and …
Nature of Endorsement: [None]
Places mentioned: Paris, [France]; London; York.
People mentioned: Mascy de Flory, burgess of Paris; John de Seint Benet, burgess of Paris; William de Ossers, burgess of Paris; Robert Cocatrice, …
Date derivation: The guard note suggests a date of 1364 and following for the petition. However, the form of the petition is not …
1416-1422 SC 8/160/7995

Petitioners: William de Praers, sheriff of Cheshire.
Name(s): de Praers, William
Addressees: King and council.
Occupation: sheriff of Cheshire
Nature of Request: William de Praers, sheriff of Cheshire, states that when the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield (described as the ‘Bishop …
Nature of Endorsement: Because the verdict of the triers is contradictory in itself, the Justiciar of Cheshire is to be ordered to institute an …
Places mentioned: Cheshire.
People mentioned: [Roger Northburgh] Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield; Hamo de Mascy (Massey).
Date derivation: According to the List of Sheriffs, William Praers was sheriff in 1332, and the same or another William de Praers …
1332 SC 8/16/765

Petitioners: Bishop of Chester (Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield)
Addressees: King and council
Occupation: Bishop of Chester (Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield)
Nature of Request: 1) The bishop shows that an approvement that he has made in his manor of Tarvin has been thrown down by the keeper by colour …
Nature of Endorsement: [Responses entered of the face after each request:]1) Let it be ordered to the keeper by writ of Chancery that he certify …
Places mentioned: Tarvin, Cheshire; Kelsall, [Cheshire]; Foreste de la Mare (Delamere forest), [Cheshire]
People mentioned: William de Chetelton, keeper of the Forest of Delamere; Hamo de Mascy (Massey)
Date derivation: The guard tentatively dates this c. 1308 on the basis of a reference in the fine rolls, but this is tenuous, and …
1325-1350 SC 8/38/1884

Petitioners: People of Salford wapentake in Lancashire.
Addressees: King and council.
Nature of Request: The people request remedy be ordained for them as Massey and other Cheshiremen came and chased large numbers of their livestock …
Nature of Endorsement: Each person harmed is to have a writ of trespass against the trespassers to be pleaded in the county in which the trespass …
Places mentioned: Salford wapentake, Lancashire; Cheshire.
People mentioned: Hamon de Mascy (Massey); William de Baggele (Baguley); William Boydel; Geoffrey de Werbeltone (Warburton); Robert le Prayers …
Date derivation: The petition has been dated on the guard to 1311 on the basis that this was a year when the eve of the feast of …
1311 SC 8/70/3488

Petitioners: Robert de Mohaut (Mouhaut).
Name(s): de Mohaut (Mouhaut), Robert
Addressees: King.
Nature of Request: Mohaut requests the assignment of other justices to examine his rights to the manor of Ewloe as those originally assigned …
Nature of Endorsement: A similar petition is answered before the king.2) Let it remain.3) Coram rege.
Places mentioned: Ewloe, [Flintshire, Wales]; Cheshire.
People mentioned: Peter Corbet, justice; Richard de Mascy (Massey), justice; William de Mortimer, clerk, justice; [Edward of Caernarfon, Prince …
Date derivation: The petition is dated to? c. 1301 as the petition appears to refer to events after Edward I created Edward of …
1301 SC 8/313/E90

Petitioners: Gylyot de Chalones (Chalons), burgess of Conway.
Name(s): de Chalones (Chalons), Gylyot
Addressees: King.
Nature of Request: [The petition is barely legible and the full sense is lost.]Chalounes requests that he can have allowance for money that …
Nature of Endorsement: He should have respite until the justice has enquired on this, and let a writ be made and let certification be made at the …
Places mentioned: Conway, [Caernarfonshire, Wales]; Caernarfon, [Caernarfonshire, Wales]; Cheshire.
People mentioned: Richard de Mascy (Massey).
Date derivation: The petition is dated to c. 1297 as the petition makes reference to 25 Edw. I.
1297 SC 8/275/13729

Petitioners: Hamon de Mascy (Massey) of Cheshire.
Name(s): de Mascy (Massey), Hamon
Addressees: King and council.
Nature of Request: Mascy requests remedy as he has no land outside of the county of Chester but the justice of Chester by writ of judgment …
Nature of Endorsement: Because the original plea is of the county of Lancashire . . . then it should be impleaded before the justices of the Bench.
Places mentioned: Cheshire; Lancashire.
People mentioned: Edmund [Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster], brother of the king.
Date derivation: The petition is dated to c. 1296 as the petition refers to the executors of Edmund, earl of Lancaster, the king’s …

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The name of Hamon de Massey was passed on to his descendants for several generations. There are several different ways of spelling the name, including “de Masci”, “de Mace”, “de Macei”, “de Mascy”, “de Massy” and “de Massie”.

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[from Scope and Content] Witnesses: Sir Wm. de Wasteney, Stephen his brother, Baldewin de Wasprey, Ralph

de Makeseye, Robert de Baston, William de Burthon, Gregory son of Hamund, William Warnir, Henry
Serviente of Gretford, Thomas [ ] parson of Gretford, Robert clerk of Berham and others.

1301
Danish invaders attacked destroyed Makeseye Castle

18 Dec 1307
FILE [no title] – ref. F(M) Charter/835 – date: M bef Christmas Day [] 1 Edw II []
[from Scope and Content] Witn. Walter de Clopton; Robert de Greyby in Northburgh; Hugh Templer; Roger
Payn de Makeseye; etc.

1307
Master Geoffrey de Makeseye most likely owner of the Makeseye Castle
GRANT by Baldewin fil.Johannis de Pauntone to Walram de Mortuo Mari, of 4½ acres of land and a rood of
meadow, in the fields and meadow of Helpistone. Witn. Geoffrey de la Mare; Roger de Heigham, Knts.; Master
Geoffrey de Makeseye; Henry Stubbe. Seal.

1307
Witn. Walter de Clopton; Robert de Greyby in Northburgh; Hugh Templer; Roger Payn de Makeseye; etc.

1307
bef Christmas Day Witn. Dom.Peter de la Mare de Makeseye; William de Coleville; Nicholas de la Grene; Ralph
fil.Thorald; etc.

1312
Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/846
The lease for six years referred to in the preceeding charter (F(M) Charter 845) from John son of Geoffrey
Russell, Knt., the rent during the term to be five marks and 6sh.8d. Witn. Hugh Wake; Geoffrey de la Mare, of
Makesey; Nicholas de Etone, Knts.;

1315
appears to be the new owners
QUITCLAIM by Robert de Wykham, Knt., to Robert de Thorp and Margaret his wife, of a third part of the
manor of Marham with its appurtenances in Castre, Wodecroft, Etton, Makeseye, Norborght, and Westinggs
and the advowson of the church. Witn. Nicholas
The owner of the Maxey Castle may have died unk. Castle was taken over the a small part of the maxey
family remains in Norfolk to this day Possible owner of the Manor Geoffrey and wife Mabel de Makeye
Grenham Maiden name unk.

1322
QUITCLAIM by Mabel de Grenham, widow of Geoffrey de Makeseye, clerk, to John fil.Gilberti de Eylisworthe of
the third part of a culture of arable land lying under Abbotiswode [in Castre] which she holds as dower since
her husband’s death. Witn. William

27 June1322
FILE [no title] – ref. F(M) Charter/265 – date: S aft F of St john Bapt [] 15 Edw II []
[from Scope and Content] Witn. Dom.Peter de la Mare de Makeseye; William de Coleville; Nicholas de la
Grene; Ralph fil.Thorald; etc.

27 June 1322
Peter de la Mare de Makeseye; William de Coleville; Nicholas de la Grene; Ralph fil.Thorald; etc.

1323 – 1324
Exchequer: King’s Remembrancer: Ancient Deeds, Series D E 210/8724
Richard son of Gilbert de suthorp to Geoffrey son of Richard de Makeseie, and Eva his wife : Grant of 1 1/2
roods in Southorpe (Southorp) : (Northants). . Richard son of Gilbert de suthorp to Geoffrey son of Richard de
Makeseie, and Eva his wife : Grant

1326
cottage which William de Wyteringg and Cecily his wife hold for term of their lives. Witn. Walter de Clopton;
Robert de Greyby in Northburgh; Hugh Templer; Roger Payn de Makeseye; etc. Seal

1327 – 1328
Special Collections: Ancient Petitions SC 8/169/8405
de Macy (Massey)], wife of Hamo de Massey; Hamo de Macy (Massey), husband of Joan de Massey. Nature of
request: Deyncourt requests that justice and that he is able to have delivery of his estates which has been
delayed for three weeks after he did homage

22 July 1327
Writ of aid for Thomas de Southorp and Richard Knyvet’, appointed to arrest William son of William de Sancto
Mauro, John de Makeseye, William de Makeseye, John de Lodynton, and others of their confederation,who
lately went to Scotland in the company of Dunald de Mar, a rebel, and have returned to do what mischief
they can to the king and the realm

19 Dec 1327
Geoffrey De Makeseye and John are reported as brothers in an incident that the two of them along with
some others broke into the close and houses of Alice de Pauntone at Ketene, co. Rutland, and carried away
her goods.

The London lay subsidy of Account of subsidy collectors Anselmus le Peleter viij d Robtus de Makeseye ij s viij
d

4 May 1332
LEASE by Mabilia; sometime wife of Master Geoffrey de Makeseye to William de Ryseborough and Beatrice
his wife, of a messuage and 10 acres and a rood of land in Helpiston which the said Mabilia had on lease from
Dom.Walram de Mortuo Mari, Knt.: to hold during the said Mabilia’s life, by a yearly rent of 13sh.4d.

1332
ATTORNEY from Geoffrey fil. Gilberti de Makeseye to Alexander de Makeseye to deliver seisin of the land cited
in F (M) Charter 895

1334
LEASE by Mabilia; sometime wife of Master Geoffrey de Makeseye to William de Ryseborough and Beatrice
his wife, of a messuage and 10 acres and a rood of land in Helpiston which the said Mabilia had on lease from
Dom.Walram de Mortuo Mari, Knt.: to hold

10 July1334
FILE [no title] – ref. F(M) Charter/869 – date: Vi Id, Julii [] 8 Edw III []
[from Scope and Content] GRANT by Geoffrey fil.Gilberti de Makeseye to Hugh de Sulgrave, of Helpiston, of a
“triroda” of land in the fields of Helpiston, abutting on Helpiston Meadow.

1337
“The Hundred Years’ War ” begins (ends 1453)

1338
- Treaty of Koblenz: alliance between England and the Holy Roman Empire; Edward III formally claims the
French crown.

1340
- Naval victory at Sluys gives England the command of the English Channel; English Parliament passes four
statues providing that taxation shall be imposed only by Parliament

1340
bubonic plague kills 30% from Europe to India

1342
Debtor: Thomas le Butler, of Cressingham [South-Greenhoe Hundred, Norfolk], and Robert Hardilike, of
Colveston [Guiltcross Hundred, Norfolk]. Creditor: The Prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England,
and Brother Alan Macy, the Preceptor of

1343 A.D.
It appears either an early union or 2 klans had met before officials with law enforcement. There name being
mistery of Fishmongers & Skinners Robert Makeseye being of the Fishmongers.

1343 A.D.
Folio lxxix.Concordia inter Pisce narios et Pelli parios.Thursday before the Feast of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 17
Edward III. [A.D. 1343], precept issued by John Hamond, the Mayor, to Walter Lombard, serjeant, to summon
the better men of the misteries of Fishmongers and Skinners to appear before the Mayor, Aldermen, and
Sheriffs, on Saturday the eve of St. Andrew, to take steps for putting down disturbances that had arisen
between men of each mistery and for better preserving the peace. William de BernesGeoffrey Horn Robert
Makeseye etc. and the aforesaid men made oath that they would in future make diligent search for misdoers
of either mistery and certify their names to the Mayor, Aldermen, and Sheriffs. It was also agreed that the
aforesaid men of the said misteries should have the power of arresting such misdoers and bringing them to
the Sheriffs for punishment.

1344
Debtor: John Acry, and Robert de Makeseye of Clapton, of Northants. Creditor: Roger le Warde of Watford
[Northants.]. Amount: £10. Before whom: Adam de Cottesbrook, Mayor of Northampton; John le
Garlickmonger, Clerk, in the presence of John de Cottesbrook,

1345
de makeseye, Adam Payn the younger of Eton, and Geoffrey de Helpiston. . Demise by the prioress and nuns
of St. Michael’s, Staunford, wit the consent of Richard Dufford their prior, to Sarra, late the wife of Hugh de
Northburgh, of lands, tenements, &c.

July 1346
Robert Makeseye presiding in Aldeman, Britton
The names of those elected by the best and wisest men of every Ward of the City to well and truly assess the
inhabitants of each Ward
agreed to raise for the King, partly as a gift and partly a loan:- ordered by the Mayor and Aldermen England 1
of possible 200 Robert Makeseye

1348
- Edward III establishes the Order of the Garter; Black Death (bubonic plague) reaches England

1349
The earliest deed here is dated in 1349 Among the owners or tenants of lands, etc. in Maxey in the 14th and
15th centuries are Roger de Northburgh, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Hugh de Sulgrave, Sir Geoffrey de
la Mare, Sir William de Thorp, Oliver Seynt John, Walter Rodley, gent. etc.

1349
In a Northborough charter Lord Burghley is described as lord of Maxey.

15 Jan 1351
ATTONEY from Geoffrey fil. Gilberti de Makeseye to Alexander de Makeseye to deliver seisin of the land cited
in F (M) Charter 895

15 Jan1351
FILE [no title] – ref. F(M) Charter/895 – date: Sat aft F of St Hilary [] 24 Edw III []
[from Scope and Content] ATTORNEY from Geoffrey fil. Gilberti de Makeseye to Alexander de Makeseye to
deliver seisin of the land cited in F (M) Charter 895

1351
GRANT by Geoffrey fil.Gilberti de Makeseye to Hugh de Sulgrave, of Helpiston, of a “triroda” of land in the
fields of Helpiston, abutting on Helpiston Meadow. Witn. Alexander de Makesey; Richard atte Stile; John
Muston; etc. Seal.

1351
ATTORNEY from Geoffrey fil. Gilberti de Makeseye to Alexander de Makeseye to deliver seisin of the land cited
in F (M) Charter 895 Seal.

15 Jan1351
FILE [no title] – ref. F(M) Charter/896 – date: Sat aft F of St Hilary [] 24 Edw III []
[from Scope and Content] GRANT by John atte Stile fil.Ric.atte Stile de Makeseye to John atte Stile de
Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Stile de Depyngate, William Chanseler and John Sackeson [?Jackson] of all his
lands, tenements, rents, etc. in the vill, fields and meadows of Makeseye, Sutton, Nunton and Lolham.

1352
Juliana Macy and Alice Macy her sister, daughters of the late Matthew Latyn; and Adam Legat and Margery
his wife. Wed. in the decollation of St. John the Baptist, 26 Edw. III Juliana and Alice have granted to Adam
and Margery, and Adam’s heirs and assigns,

1352 A.D.
John “Merwe,” skinner, by will proved and enrolled in the Husting Monday before the Feast of St. Margaret

1352 A.D.
[20 July], 26 Edward III. [A.D1352, (fn. 6) committed the guardianship of his children to Agnes his wife so long
as she remained a widow. She afterwards married Robert de Makeseye, and the guardianship devolved upon
Walter Page, skinner.

1353
GRANT by Alexander Bele, of Makeseye, to Hugh de Sulgrave, of two acres of arable land in the fields of
Wodecroft and Helpeston, lying in Le Thweyt, le Dedemor, etc. Witn. John de Newton; Roger de Pershovere,
of Makesey; Richard Reygner; etc. Seal, (head

Feb 1354-55 A.D.
-Writ to the Sheriffs to make proclamation forbidding any one leaving the Port of London for foreign parts
without special licence. Witness the King at Westminster, 12 June, 29 Edward III. [A.D.1355].

1355
Folios xli – l Feb 1355-6 – Collectors—Nicholas Bole, Robert Makeseye, Roger Hotoft, Salamon Faunt

1356 A.D.
Tuesday the Feast of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 30 Edward III. [A.D. 1356], came Isabella, daughter of John Merwe, (fn.
4) skinner, into the Chamber of the Guildhall before Simon Fraunceys, the Mayor, Roger de Depham,
Alderman, and Thomas de Waldene, the Chamberlain, and declaring herself to be of full age demanded her
patrimony. Whereupon precept issued to John de Kaytone, serjeant, to summon Walter Page, skinner, who
had been appointed guardian of the said Isabella and of Walter and Nicholas her brothers, upon the marriage
of Agnes their mother to Robert de Makeseye, skinner. On the day named the said Walter appeared together
with the said Isabella, and the latter acknowledged that she had been satisfied, and the said Walter was quit.

1356 A.D.
[18 Oct.], 30 Edward III. [A.D. 1356], came Isabella, daughter of John Merwe, (fn. 4) skinner, into the Chamber
of the Guildhall before Simon Fraunceys, the Mayor, Roger de Depham, Alderman, and Thomas de Waldene,
the Chamberlain, and declaring herself to be of full age demanded her patrimony. Whereupon precept issued
to John de Kaytone, serjeant, to summon Walter Page, skinner, who had been appointed guardian of the said
Isabella and of Walter and Nicholas her brothers, upon the marriage of Agnes their mother to Robert de
Makeseye, skinner. On the day named the said Walter appeared together with the said Isabella, and the latter
acknowledged that she had been satisfied, and the said Walter was quit.

1358
The Jacquerie

1359 A.D.
[A.D. 1359 20 June, 33 Edward III. [A.D. 1359]
, John Lovekyn, the Mayor, the Aldermen, and Thomas de Waldene, the Chamberlain, delivered to John
Yakesle, senior, “stokfishmongere,” the sum of £8 of the goods of Oliver,

1359 A.D.
Custodia Will’ i fil’ Joh’ is de Wyrcestre tradita Henr’ Maleseye. 2 May, 33 Edward III. [A.D. 1359], the
guardianship of William, son of John de Wyrcestre, aged fifteen years, committed by the same to Henry
Makeseye, skinner. Surety, viz., John Bedeford, skinner.

local laws to discourage fighting between guilds
That no stranger keep house within the franchise of the City to entertain folk at table, nor to be levaunt or
couchant, (fn. 17) or [keep] any manner of hosts or hostelry except his own household, on pain of
imprisonment and further punishment at the discretion of the Mayor and Aldermen.
That no farrier (mareschal) within the franchise of the City take for the shoeing of a horse with a shoe of eight
nails and above (et paramount) more than 2d.; and for a shoe of less than eight nails more than 1½d.; and for
removing a shoe more than ½d., on pain of imprisonment and a fine at the discretion of the Mayor and
Aldermen. (fn. 18)
That no one within the franchise of the City sell linen cloth [or] canvas as a stranger to a denizen unless it be
measured by the deputy of the King and of the City appointed for the purpose, on pain of forfeiture of the
canvas and cloth otherwise sold and measured.
Also that no one sell anything of avoir de poys between stranger and stranger or stranger and citizen by
wholesale, unless it be weighed by the King’s Balance (la balance du Roi) ordained thereto, and by the
deputy appointed for the purpose by the City, under the same forfeiture.

1360
- Peace of Bretigny ends the first stage of the Hundred Years’ War. Edward III gives up claim to French throne

1360 A.D.
-1 A general release by William, son of John de Wyrcestre, “felmongere,” deceased, to Henry Makeseye,
skinner. Witnesses, Simon Dolsely, William de Eylesham, John de Cressyngham, Thomas de Pykenham, and
others [not named].
Dated 13 Feb., [3]5 Edward III. [A.D. 1360-1].

6 Dec. 1361
Notts., Sutton Bonington, & East Leake.
Grant and confirmation from Henry Rowe of Egynton, Ralph de Brokesby, and William de Barowe, chaplains
to Robert de Staunton Harold and Agnes his wife, of these lands in Sutton on Soar (Sutton Bonington) and
East Leeke in which the same Robert had enfeoffed them; warranty clause.
Witnesses: Laurencio de Mederley de Sutton Roberto Germar de Donyngton Thoma de Mederlei Laurencio
filio Johannis de Sutton Johanne ffouch de Gaynton Johanne de fermesham de Leyke Simone de Makesei de
eadem Galfrido Dougge et aliis.
Dated at Staunton on feast of St.Nich., 35 Edw., III.
3 seal tags, 1 seal intact.
17th cent. endorsement.

1361
Simone de Makesei de Makesei de eadem Galfrido Dougge et aliis. Dated at Staunton on feast of St.Nich., 35
Edw., III. 3 seal tags, 1 seal intact. 17th cent. endorsement.

1361
QUITCLAIM by Margery Crounkere, of Makeseye, to Roger Paumes, of Makesey of a messuage and croft in the
town and territory of Makeseye Witn. John de Nunton; Alexander Bele; Geoffrey But; William Frere; etc. Seal.

1367
By Thomas de Legh to William son of Thomas de Knot’ of a burgage in Knotesford (described) – Witnesses:-
Hugh de Masey of Tatton, Adam de Tablegh, Robert de Legh junior. Nicholas Clerk. Dated at Knot’ Saturday
the Vigil of Easter 41 Edward III. Endorsed

1367
GRANT by Alexander Bele, of Makeseye to Robert Chamburleyn of Holmston, of an acre and a half of arable
land in the fields of Helpiston near land of Hugh Sulgrave and William de Thorp and the vill of Thornal. Witn.
John de Muston; Robert Joye; Roger Grant;

19 Dec 1368
Inquest taken before the Mayor etc. on 19 Dec. jurors oath of Walter Walden, Thomas de Walden, Richard
Sprot, John Haukeshall, Richard Wrotham, Ralph Prentice, John Foxton, Robert Osprenge, Thomas
Wyltesshire, Henry Makeseye, John Bangore and Stephen Bradele. Nicholas Sarduche unjustly detained £300
due to the King as parva custuma on divers goods brought to London (raw and crude silk) and money
laudering. The jurors were unable to state the exact quantity of silk thus regrated.

1369???
Danish invaders attacked destroyed Makeseye Castle
Mansion

1369
Henry Makeseye

1369
Henry Makeseye Walbroke : Salamon Faunt, John Hende, John Beneyt, , John “Seynt Need,” William Horscroft.
Names of the Collectors of the above three fifteenths

1372 A.D.
Folio ccxcviii. Proclamation made temp. John Piel, Mayor, Friday the eve of Christmas [25 Dec.], 46 Edward III.
[A.D. 1372], to the following effect, viz.:—That no one go about the City with “visers” or without a light to
play at dice (pur juweer as dees) or other purpose, on pain of imprisonment, and to be otherwise punished at
the discretion of the Mayor and Aldermen. (fn. 16)

1372
- French troops recapture Poitou and Brittany; Naval battle of La Rochelle: French regain control of English
Channel

Sept 1373
FILE [no title] – ref. F(M) Charter/1317 – date: — 47 Edw III []
[from Scope and Content] GRANT by John atte Stile fil.Ric.atte Stile de Makeseye to John atte Stile de
Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Stile de Depyngate, William Chanseler and John Sackeson [?Jackson] of all his
lands, tenements, rents, etc. in the vill, fields and meadows of Makeseye, Sutton, Nunton and Lolham.

1373-1374
William de Thorpe, obtained a licence from the King to fortify his manor house. It settled within the moat of
the old castle….

1373
Compotum de denar’ receptis pro nova bargea predicta
The morrow of St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 47 Edward III. [A.D. 1373], John Coggeshale and John Horn render
account for the building of a barge before John Litle and Adam Stable, Aldermen, and Adam Wymondham,
Richard de Prestone, William Neuport, William Kelsille, William Strokelady, John Bryan, John Asshurst, Thomas
Welford, John Maykyn, William Kyng, “tymbermongere,” William Essex, Richard Northbury, William Dykeman,
Reginald Love, John Organ, William Wodehous, William Baret, William Venour, William Tonge, William Brikles,
Ralph Blakeneye, and Henry Makeseye, Commoners, appointed auditors of the same.

Sept 1373
GRANT by John atte Stile fil.Ric.atte Stile de Makeseye to John atte Stile de Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Stile
de Depyngate, William Chanseler and John Sackeson [?Jackson] of all his lands, tenements, rents, etc. in the
vill, fields and meadows of Makeseye, Sutton, Nunton and Lolham.

1375
for a tenement in Thorpe held by service of the 4th part of a knight’s fee – 100sh. for manors and tenements
in Marham held by service of one knight’s fee – 150sh. for the manor of Makesey formerly Brian de la Mare’s
by similar service of 1½ knight’s

1377
GRANT by John atte Stile fil.Ric.atte Stile de Makeseye to John atte Stile de Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Stile
de Depyngate, William Chanseler and John Sackeson [?Jackson] of all his lands, tenements, rents, etc. in the
vill, fields and meadows of Makeseye,

1380-97
Wycliffe translates Bible into Middle English

1383
QUITCLAIM by William Patryk, clerk, to John la Warre, Knt., John Holt, William Thurnyng, James de Roos, John
Brunne, John Tylneye, Philip Tylneye, John Stathern, clerk, John de Apilton and John de Bretton, of all his
rights in the manors of Makeseye,

1387
- Geoffrey Chaucer begins work on The Canterbury Tales

1388
GRANT by John atte Style de Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Merssh de Depyngate, William Chanseler, and John
Jackson to John atte Stile, jun. and Anota his wife, of all the lands, tenements, etc. which they had by
feoffment of the said John atte Style, jun.,

1388
in Helpestone and Makeseye. Witn. William de Thorp, Knt.; Hugh Preston, of Wodecroft; Richard Gerard; etc.
Seal.

1388
QUITCLAIM by Robert de Wikham, Knt., to Dom.Simon de Drayton, Knt., of the third part of the manor of
Marham with all appurtenances in Marham, Castre, Wodecrofth, Etton, Makeseye, Norborgth and
Westingges, with the advowson of Marham church.

1392 – 1393
Chancery: Inquisitions Ad Quod Damnum, Henry III to Richard III C 143/421/4
Robert Prat and William de Maxsey to grant cottages in the parish of the Holy Trinity without Stamford to a
chaplain in the church there, retaining land in Stamford. Lincoln. . Inquisitions taken as a result of applications
to the Crown for licences to

1393 – 1394
Grant by Rees Mnauvesyn, roger Setryngton, clerk, and John Bromleye, to Stephen Makeseye, of Stamford,
and Nicholas de Brenham, clerk, of lands, tenements, rents, services, &c., in the vill and field of Brigcasterton.
Witnesses : Hugh Spenser, John Dan

1394
Debtor: John Macy of Crediton of Devon [Crediton Hundred]. Creditor: Richard Toukere, of Topsham
[Wonford Hundred, Devon.]. Amount: £4. Before whom: Robert Wilford, Mayor of Exeter; William Gambon,
Clerk. When taken: 07/10/1390 First term: 29/09/1391

1398
Debtor: Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs. Creditor: [Walter Malet, clerk] Amount: £20 Before whom:
William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster When taken: 01/05/1398 First term: 25/06/1398 Last
term: 25/06/1398 Writ to: Sheriff of Lincs Sent

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3rd rector of
St Michael, Cornhill
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
St Michael, Cornhill

View of church from St Michael’s Alley
Country United Kingdom
Denomination Church of England
Architecture
Architect(s) Sir Christopher Wren, Nicholas Hawksmoor
Style Neo-Gothic
Clergy
Rector Revd Peter Mullen
St Michael, Cornhill is a medieval parish church in the City of London with pre-Norman Conquest parochial foundation. The medieval structure was lost in the Great Fire of London and the current church was designed by Sir Christopher Wren between 1670-1677.[1]
Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Rectors
3 Notable parishioners
4 Organ
4.1 List of organists
4.2 List of assistant organists
5 Notes
6 See also
7 External links
8 Gallery
[edit]History

The church of St Michael was in existence by 1133. The patronage was in the possession of the Abbot and convent of Evesham until 1503, when it was settled on the Drapers Company. A new tower was built in 1421, possibly after a fire.
The medieval church, except for the tower, was destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666, and the present building, by Christopher Wren was begun in 1672. His design was for a church 83 feet long and 67 feet wide, divided into nave and aisles by Doric columns, with a groined ceiling. There was an organ at the west end, and a [reredos] with paintings of Moses and Aaron. The walls, George Godwin noted, did not form right-angles, indicating the re-use of the medieval foundations.
The tower, having proved unstable was replaced some years later, the 130-foot high replacement being completed in 1721. In contrast to the main body of the church, the tower was built in a Gothic style, in imitation of that of Magdalene College, Cambridge.[2] It was nominally by Wren, who was 90 at the time, but bears a strong resemblance to the work of Wren’s apprentice Nicholas Hawksmoor,[3] who would create similar towers on Westminster Abbey’s West End.
In the late 1850s, the Drapers Company, motivated by legislation that would have forced them to hand certain funds over to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners if they were not spent on St Michael’s, decided to fund a lavish scheme of embellishment, and asked George Gilbert Scott to carry out the work.[4]
J.B. Philip’s tympanum sculpture St Michael disputing with Satan
Scott added an elaborate Gothic porch (1858–1860) facing Cornhill.[5]It is decorated with carving by John Birnie Philip, which includes a high-relief tympanum sculpture depicting “St Michael disputing with Satan”.[6] Scott inserted Gothic tracery to the circular clerestory windows, and into the plain round-headed windows on the south side of the church. New side windows were created in the chancel, and an elaborate stone reredos, incorporating the paintings of Moses and Aaron from its predecessor, was constructed in an Italian Gothic style. A contemporary account of the work explained that this was appropriate since “the classical feeling which pervades the Italian school of Gothic art enabled the architect to bring the classical features of the building into harmony with the Gothic treatment which our present sympathies demand“. The chancel walls were lined with panels of coloured marble. up to the level of the top of the reredos columns, and richly painted above this point.[4]
Stained glass by Clayton and Bell was installed, with a representation of Christ in Glory in the large circular east window. Its splays were enriched with inlaid and carved marble, with four heads in high relief enclosed in medallions. The other windows contained a series of stained glass images illustrating the life of Christ, with the crucifixion at the west end. [4]

A further campaign of medievalising decoration was carried out in the late 1860s by Herbert Williams, who had worked with Scott on the earlier scheme. Williams built a three bay cloister-like passage, with plaster vaults, on the south side of the building, and in the body of the church added richly painted decoration to Wren’s columns and capitals. The reredos was enriched with inlaid marble, and the chancel was given new white marble steps and a mosaic floor of Minton’s tesserae and tiles. In what the Building News described as a “startling novelty” a circular opening was cut in the vault of each aisle bay and filled with stained glass, and skylights installed above. [7]
Few original furnishings were retained its Victorian re-imagining, but the 1672 font given by James Paul survived, although a new balustrade was added.[8]
Interior showing the lights cut in the aisle vaults in the late 1860s
The church escaped serious damage in World War II and was designated a Grade I listed building on 4 January 1950.[9]
A new ring of twelve bells, cast by Taylors of Loughborough was installed in the tower in April 2011[10]
The current Rector is the Revd Dr Peter Mullen. The Lay Curate is Rupert Meacher. The Parish Clerk, John Gaze, died in August 2011 and the post is currently vacant. The Beadle is Nicholas Dixon. The PCC includes Alderman Sir David Howard (formerly Lord Mayor of London). The Patrons of the living are (and have been since 1503) the Worshipful Company of Drapers.
The church has one of the oldest sets of churchwarden’s records in the City of London, which are now kept in the Guildhall Library.
[edit]Rectors

Sperling the Priest 1133
John de Merham 1287
William de Wyholakesford 1321-1322
Henry de Makeseye 1330-1331

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CP 25/1/140/125, number 16.
Link: Image of document at AALT
County: Lincolnshire.
Place: Westminster.
Date: Three weeks from Easter, 35 Edward III [18 April 1361].
Parties: Nicholas de Eston’ of Staunford’, clerk, querent, and Hugh Ster of Makeseye, tailor, and Alice, his wife, deforciants.
Property: 1 messuage [and] 5 acres of land in Staunford’.
Action: Plea of covenant.
Agreement: Hugh and Alice have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Nicholas, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Alice to him and his heirs for ever.
Warranty: Warranty.
For this: Nicholas has given them 20 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)
Persons: Nicholas de Easton, Hugh Steer, Alice Steer
Places: Stamford, Maxey (in Northamptonshire)
Results 1-3 of 3 for surname: maxey

CP 25/1/142/139, number 40: (1376)
Persons: William Makeseye; William Sawesthorp’; Alice
Places: Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
CP 25/1/144/150, number 27: (1396)
Persons: Stephen Makeseye; Nicholas Greneham; John Herlyngton’
Places: Staunford’; Yakesley; Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
CP 25/1/179/90, number 8: (1400)
Persons: Nicholas Godeman; Agnes; John Makesey; Joan
Places: Norhampton’; Caldecote [Northamptonshire]
Results 1-2 of 2 for surname: makeseye

CP 25/1/142/139, number 40: (1376)
Persons: William Makeseye; William Sawesthorp’; Alice
Places: Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
CP 25/1/144/150, number 27: (1396)
Persons: Stephen Makeseye; Nicholas Greneham; John Herlyngton’
Places: Staunford’; Yakesley; Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
Results 1-3 of 3 for surname: maxey

CP 25/1/142/139, number 40: (1376)
Persons: William Makeseye; William Sawesthorp’; Alice
Places: Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
CP 25/1/144/150, number 27: (1396)
Persons: Stephen Makeseye; Nicholas Greneham; John Herlyngton’
Places: Staunford’; Yakesley; Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
CP 25/1/179/90, number 8: (1400)
Persons: Nicholas Godeman; Agnes; John Makesey; Joan
Places: Norhampton’; Caldecote [Northamptonshire]
Results 1-2 of 2 for surname: makeseye

CP 25/1/142/139, number 40: (1376)
Persons: William Makeseye; William Sawesthorp’; Alice
Places: Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
CP 25/1/144/150, number 27: (1396)
Persons: Stephen Makeseye; Nicholas Greneham; John Herlyngton’
Places: Staunford’; Yakesley; Staunford’; Staunford’ [Lincolnshire]
Rectors of St. Michael’s, Cornhill

1133 Sperling the Priest
1287 John de Merham
1321-1322 William de Wyholakesford
1330-1331 Henry de Makeseye

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1398       Jul 16

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Birth, Marriage & Death, including Paris

Debtor:       Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs.Creditor:       [Walter Malet, clerk]Amount:       £20Before       whom: William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of WestminsterWhen       taken: 01/05/1398First       term: 25/06/1398Last       term: 25/06/1398Writ       to: Sheriff of LincsSent       by: ChanceryEndorsement:       Reply of Henry de Retford, Sheriff of Lincs: Stephen Makeseye, esquire,       was not found in his bailiwick. His lands and chattels have been       extended.

GRANT by John atte Stile fil.Ric.atte Stile de Makeseye to     John atte Stile de Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Stile de Depyngate, William     Chanseler and John Sackeson [?Jackson] of all his lands, tenements, rents,     etc. in the vill, fields and meadows of Makeseye, Sutton, Nunton and     Lolham.

Witn. John de Nunton; Henry Cokyl; John Pryour; etc.

GRANT     by John atte Style de Makeseye,     sen., Richard atte Merssh de Depyngate, William Chanseler, and John Jackson     to John atte Stile, jun. and Anota his wife, of all the lands, tenements,     etc. which they had by feoffment of the said John atte Style, jun.,
Date: 1388

  •     QUITCLAIM by Margery Crounkere, of Makeseye, to Roger Paumes, of Makesey of     a messuage and croft in the town and territory of Makeseye Witn. John de Nunton; Alexander Bele; Geoffrey     But; William Frere; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Fitzwilliam
    Date: 1361 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives
  •     Exchequer: Augmentation Office: Ancient Deeds, Ser…     E 326/8400

Parties: Geoffrey son of Richard le     Cartere of Maxey (Makeseye) and Eve     his wife & Adam Scot of Southorpe (Suthorp) [in Burnack], father of the     said Eve and Alice his wife. Place or Subject: Sustenance: [Northants]. .     Parties: Geoffrey son of Richard
Date: 1324 – 1325 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

wife of Hugh de Northburgh, of lands,     tenements, &c. in the vill and territory of Etton.’ Witnesses:- Hugh de     Sulgrave, William de makeseye, Adam     Payn the younger of Eton, and Geoffrey de Helpiston. . Demise by the     prioress and nuns of St. Michael’s,
Date: 1345 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

Grant by Rees Mnauvesyn, roger     Setryngton, clerk, and John Bromleye, to Stephen Makeseye, of Stamford, and Nicholas de Brenham, clerk, of     lands, tenements, rents, services, &c., in the vill and field of     Brigcasterton. Witnesses : Hugh Spenser, John
Date: 1393 – 1394 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

Debtor: Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs. Creditor: Walter Malet, clerk.     Amount: £20 Before whom: William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of     Westminster. When taken: 01/05/1398 First term: 25/06/1398 Last term:     25/06/1398 Writ to: Sheriff of Northants
Date: 1398 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

Debtor: John Acry, and Robert de Makeseye of Clapton, of Northants.     Creditor: Roger le Warde of Watford [Northants.]. Amount: £10. Before whom:     Adam de Cottesbrook, Mayor of Northampton; John le Garlickmonger, Clerk, in     the presence of John de Cottesbrook,
Date: 1344 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

Debtor: Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs. Creditor: Walter Malet, clerk.     Amount: £20 Before whom: William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of     Westminster When taken: 01/05/1398 First term: 25/06/1398 Last term:     25/06/1398 Writ to: Sheriff of [Lincs.,
Date: 1398 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

GRANT     by Gerard de Nunton ad-crucem, to Simon his son of an acre of arable land     in the field of Helpiston called Estholim; rent one penny at Michaelmas.     Witn. Dom.Peter de la Mare de Makeseye;     William de Coleville; Nicholas de la Grene; Ralph fil.Thorald;
Date: 1216 – 1272

  •     GRANT by Geoffrey fil.Gilberti de Makeseye to Hugh de Sulgrave, of     Helpiston, of a “triroda” of land in the fields of Helpiston,     abutting on Helpiston Meadow. Witn. Alexander de Makesey; Richard atte     Stile; John Muston; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office,
    Date: 1351 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives
  •     Information relating to document ref. no. F(M)     Charter/265

QUITCLAIM by Mabel de Grenham, widow of     Geoffrey de Makeseye, clerk, to     John fil.Gilberti de Eylisworthe of the third part of a culture of arable     land lying under Abbotiswode [in Castre] which she holds as dower since her     husband’s death. Witn. William
Date: 1322 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

for his suit of court and a pound of     pepper and about which he has been disputing. He now yields up the bovate     to them absolutely. Witnesses: Hugh Erlyn and Hugh de Makeseye of Edenham, Hugh Heryng and     Roger le Ky of Scotilthorpe, William son of John of
Date: 1172 – 1950 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The     National Archives

ATTORNEY     from Geoffrey fil. Gilberti de Makeseye     to Alexander de Makeseye to deliver     seisin of the land cited in F (M) Charter 895 Seal.. [Northants Record     Office, Fitzwilliam (Milton)...]
Date: 1351

LEASE     by Mabilia; sometime wife of Master Geoffrey de Makeseye to William de Ryseborough and Beatrice his wife,     of a messuage and 10 acres and a rood of land in Helpiston which the said     Mabilia had on lease from Dom.Walram de Mortuo Mari, Knt.: to hold
Date: 1334

cottage     which William de Wyteringg and Cecily his wife hold for term of their     lives. Witn. Walter de Clopton; Robert de Greyby in Northburgh; Hugh     Templer; Roger Payn de Makeseye;     etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Fitzwilliam (Milton)...]
Date: 1326

  •     GRANT by Baldewin fil.Johannis de Pauntone to Walram     de Mortuo Mari, of 4½ acres of land and a rood of meadow, in the fields and     meadow of Helpistone. Witn. Geoffrey de la Mare; Roger de Heigham, Knts.;     Master Geoffrey de Makeseye; Henry     Stubbe. Seal..
    Date: 1307 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives
  •     GRETFORD, BRESSINGBURCH (Lincs.); Quitclaim     44M69/C/416

formerly of Ric. her late husband.     Witnesses: Sir Wm. de Wasteney, Stephen his brother, Baldewin de Wasprey,     Ralph de Makeseye, Robert de     Baston, William de Burthon, Gregory son of Hamund, William Warnir, Henry     Serviente of Gretford, Thomas [ ] parson
Date: 1250

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http://www.st-michaels.org.uk/rectors.htm

http://www.st-michaels.org.uk/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Michael,_Cornhill

- rectors : henry de makeseye 1330-1331 john de wendland ?- 1345 thomas de wallingford 1345 richard savage 1351-1357/8 hugh de denton 1366-1368

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Codex Diplomaticus Aevi Saxonici

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http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/subsidies/transcripts/nassaburgh1301.shtml#400

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Place: Villata de Makeseye cum membris (Maxey)

Assessment: Lord G de la Mare 10s 9.25d
Master Geoffrey de Makeseye 4s 8.5d
Peter le Carpent’ 2s 4d
Alice Gar(lub) 6d
Nicholas le Fychelere 4s 1d
Nicholas coco 3s
Thomas Messore 8d
Walter le Warde 23d
Robert s/o Ralph 2s 6.25d
Richard en le Wro 17d
Walter clico 20d
Hugh Sloo 3s 9.75d
Simon le Or(nin)ker 3s 0.75d
Geoffrey le (Junene) 3s 0.25d
Nicholas de Eton’ [Etton?] 8s 2.75d
John Gerard 2s 0.5d
John le Balyve 2s 9.75d
Hugh ber(carie) 3s 0.25d
Gilbert clico 2s 6.5d
Alan le Wyte 15s 5.25d
Simon s/o Robert 3s 10.75d
Alan s/o Warun 8d
Warner Molendinar’ 14.5d
Hawis (Broun) 13d
Walter Molendinar’ 2s 3.25d
William le Colvyle 6s
Roger Cockel senior 9s 7d
Roger Cockel junior 12s 2d
Simon Pigge 9s 2.75d
Robert le M[er]cer 12d
Geoffrey le Maker’ 5.25d
Henry le Swon 2s 9.75d
Henry Cockel 2s 10.5d
Nicholas Cr(um)ker 14.5d
Thomas Mer Est 6.25d
Sarra Mer Est 9d
Robert Lole 12d
William Messor’ 14.5d
Simon Seyndom 18.25d
John Davy 6.25d
Robert Carpent’ 6d
Geoffrey F[a]unceys 20.5d
Robert Alyot 3s 5.5d
Richard Carectar’ 2s 10.25d
William s/o Walter 3s 11d
Roger Payn 7s 1.5d
Geoffrey Attegrene 18.75d
William Atte Style 3s
Lord Ralph Capellano 5s 4d
Roger Blo(ure) 20.5d
Albe (sic) le Burg’ [Alba? Possibly taxed with Lolham] 15s 5.5d
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Place: Sutton (Sutton)

Assessment: William Neubonde 2s 1.75d
Thomas de Thorp 8.75d
Robert Asselyn 16.5d
William le Heyr 2s 3d
Ralph Cameys 3s 2.25d
John de Hale 2s 4d
Alice Adam 10d
Walter de Makeseie [Maxey] 2s 10d
Robert Lune 2s 4d
John Neubonde 23.5d
John de Elmyngton’ 2s 4.5d
Agnes widow of John 2s 1.5d
William s/o John 23d
Thomas (C)honing’ 3s 0.75d
Roger de M’le 18d
Thomas de Brampton’ 3s 1d
William F[a]unceys 2s 6.75d
Reynold Tannatore 2s 4.75d
William Carpent 4s 4.5d
Nicholas de Makeseie 16d
Ralph de Hale 2s 11.75d
Robert s/o Fabri 2s 1.5d
Henry s/o Ralph 19.5d

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http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/subsidies/transcripts/huxloe1301.shtml

Northamptonshire Tax Assessment, 1301: Huxloe Hundred
John Makeseie 8d

Place: Villata de Irthligburg (Irthlingborough)

Assessment: Thomas porcar’ [swineherd] 13d
Richard Wrog(el___) 15.5d
_____ Aleyn 12.5d
Nicholas s/o Hugh 2s 1d
Robert Huet 2s 2.5d
Thomas Huet 6s 6.5d
Hugh Fox 19.5d
Ascelin Fox 2s 0.75d
John Fla(un) 6.25d
Thomas Makeshar’ 7.25d
Simon (Jert) 12.25d
Geoffrey North 18d
William ad fonte~ 22.75d
Hugh Herun 6.25d
Simon Foryclord 18d
Robert Howet 2s 2.5d
John Spirie 21d
William s/o Letitia 2s 0.5d
Walter Co(tel) 2s 0.25d
Alice Ivet 14d
John Wytelok 2s 0.5d
Simon Wrongley 2s 0.5d
Richard s/o Ralph 12d
Beatrice le Vesti 8d
Nicholas le Vesti 8d
Walter Ferielord 12d
Nicholas s/o Ralph 12.75d
Roger s/o Simon 2s
Robert Truwe 16.75d
.. ad fonte 16d
(Thomas) ad fonte~ 8d
Hugh ad fonte~ 20.5d
widow of Ralph Royle 23.25d
Nicholas (motte) 8d
Nicholas royle 8d
Henry Makesare 20.5d
Hugh Royle 8d
Simon Wy(teloc) 14.5d
John Wy(teloc) 13d
William molend 21.75d
Richard le Sawyere 12d
William Bodi 16d
Asceline Koc 12d
Hugh Witeloc 2s 0.75d
Henry Gibbe 19.25d
Nicholas He(rnes) 12.75d
John Martyn 2s 1d
Agn’ sup’ viam 2s 0.25d
Geoffrey parant 8d
William Kake 8d
John Kak 9d
Henry Frema[n] 12d
widow of Hammond 20d
John Rose 2s 7d
William Rose 20.75d
John Bonde 13d
Hugh Fox 19.5d
Alice Paris 8d
Hugh Ferielord 18.5d
William Copelond 6.5d
John Brun 16.5d
Bartholomew Rose 2s 0.75d
Alice (di)rinar’ 13d
Stephen Baudrik 21d
Roger Wrogl 12.25d
Alice de Harg[ra]ve 2s 0.25d
John s/o Gilbert 2s 1.25d
Henry Segrym 8d
Robert Segrym 2s 2.25d
William de Adington 2s 0.25d
Henry s/o Roger 2s 1d
Richard molend 12d
Richard Lubbe 2s 0.5d
Walter Koc 12.5d
Richard Pisch 8d
John Makeseie 8d
John Pedum 20d
Alice Barart 21.5d
John Barat 8d
John s/o Ralph 13d
Richard le Plom’ 2s 0.25d
Simon Fere 5d
Thomas Hardi 12.25d
Ralph Godwyf 20d
Hugh Brion 2s 0.5d
Hugh supa via~ 20d
Roger Rose 11.5d
Simon Sineker’ 13.5d
William Barart 2s 3.5d
Nicholas Frema[n] 20.5d
Alice Frema[n] 21.75d
Henry Hasti[n]g 2s 0.75d
Robert le leche 2s 3d
Thomas Schadue 2s 3.5d
Adam ad fonte 2s 4.25d
Adam le Bonde 2s 0.25d
Emma fil Prepositi [sic ppoi] 8d
Thomas Plom’ 12d
Henry tannour 13d
Robert de Keteri[n]g 14.5d
William Pilbil 12d
Robert dic 2s 1d
Alice de Ket[er]ing 2s 0.5d
Ascelin Fox 20.5d
Richard s/o Stephen 2s 6.75d
Geoffrey Capell 2s 6d
Alice (eytnea~) [extuea?] 18d
Ascelin Prepositi 3s 0.75d
Richard s/o Richard 2s 4d
Ralph Koco 12d
Robert de Pokebrok [Polebrook] 6d
Hugh Horgun 6d
Godwyn Scot 8d
Roger Syngwel 3d
Cecil ad torrente~ 6d
Mabel Piel 3d
Richard Hamu[n]d 18d
Alberic Rose 12d
Hugh de Ket[er]ing 2s
David le Lokier’ 12d
Nicholas s/o John 12d
John de Haruden 12d
Julian/a de Hech[a]m 12d
Geoffrey de Norht 12d
Henry de hareganechapel 12d
William Frema[n] 13d
William le Hore 6d
William Bolloc 12d
Alice Fabr’ 6d
Eva text’i 12d
John s/o William Prepositi 6d
Emma Warde 3d
Henry de Haddon [taxator] 4s 6.75d
Simon s/o Henry 3s 4d
Henry Salvage 3s 6d
Hugh Hamu[n]d [taxator] 3s 7d

Total: Sma x li j d o q
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Northamptonshire Tax Assessment, Hen VIII: Wymersley Hundred
Cortenhall Assessment:Henrye Maxe gent il 13li John Clarke ig 20li Thomas Hyllyer ig 9li Robert Clerke ig 9li William Hobbes ig 5li Agnes Wotton wydowe ig 5li Rycherd Clarke ig
http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/subsidies/transcripts/wymersley16c.shtml

http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/subsidies/transcripts/wymersley16c.shtml

Northamptonshire Tax Assessment, Hen VIII: Wymersley Hundred

Place: Cortenhall

Assessment: Henrye Maxe gent il 13li
John Clarke ig 20li
Thomas Hyllyer ig 9li
Robert Clerke ig 9li
William Hobbes ig 5li
Agnes Wotton wydowe ig 5li
Rycherd Clarke ig 3li
Rycherd Hobbes ig 3li
John Abbott ig 40s
Rycherd Abbott ig 20s
Willm Hyllyer ig 4li
Thomas Furnes ig 20s
John Brycke ig 40s
Thomas Hoke ig 20s
Rycherd Stokes ig 3li
Thomas Frances ig 4li
Thomas Churche ig 4li
Alice Hobbes wydowe ig 40s
John Clarke ig 40s
Willm Clarke ig 40s
Thomas Rede ig 6li
John Hyllyer ig 20s

Northamptonshire Tax Assessment, 1301: Kings Sutton Hundred

http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/subsidies/transcripts/kingssutton1301.shtml

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Scope and content Debtor: Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs. Creditor: [Walter Malet, clerk] Amount: £20 Before whom: William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster When taken: 01/05/1398 First term: 25/06/1398 Last term: 25/06/1398 Writ to: Sheriff of Lincs Sent by: Chancery Endorsement: Reply of Henry de Retford, Sheriff of Lincs: Stephen Makeseye, esquire, was not found in his bailiwick. His lands and chattels have been extended. Covering dates 1398 Jul 16 Note Inquisition and return: Date to be returned to Chancery: [illegible]. Attached is the extent made before Henry de Retford, Sheriff, at Stamford on Tue…….. Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs. Stephen had at Stamford 10 qrs of wheat in the sheaf, worth 33s. 8d., and 10qrs. worth 20s. He has there a messuage worth 4m. after expenses and two services

GRANT by John atte Stile fil.Ric.atte Stile de Makeseye to John atte Stile de Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Stile de Depyngate, William Chanseler and John Sackeson [?Jackson] of all his lands, tenements, rents, etc. in the vill, fields and meadows of Makeseye, Sutton, Nunton and Lolham. Witn. John de Nunton; Henry Cokyl; John Pryour; etc. GRANT by John atte Style de Makeseye, sen., Richard atte Merssh de Depyngate, William Chanseler, and John Jackson to John atte Stile, jun. and Anota his wife, of all the lands, tenements, etc. which they had by feoffment of the said John atte Style, jun., Date: 1388

• QUITCLAIM by Margery Crounkere, of Makeseye, to Roger Paumes, of Makesey of a messuage and croft in the town and territory of Makeseye Witn. John de Nunton; Alexander Bele; Geoffrey But; William Frere; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Fitzwilliam Date: 1361 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives • Exchequer: Augmentation Office: Ancient Deeds, Ser… E 326/8400 Parties: Geoffrey son of Richard le Cartere of Maxey (Makeseye) and Eve his wife & Adam Scot of Southorpe (Suthorp) [in Burnack], father of the said Eve and Alice his wife. Place or Subject: Sustenance: [Northants]. . Parties: Geoffrey son of Richard Date: 1324 – 1325 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives • Exchequer: Augmentation Office: Ancient Deeds, Ser… E 326/1368 wife of Hugh de Northburgh, of lands, tenements, &c. in the vill and territory of Etton.’ Witnesses:- Hugh de Sulgrave, William de makeseye, Adam Payn the younger of Eton, and Geoffrey de Helpiston. . Demise by the prioress and nuns of St. Michael’s, Date: 1345 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives • Exchequer: Augmentation Office: Ancient Deeds, Ser… E 326/693 Grant by Rees Mnauvesyn, roger Setryngton, clerk, and John Bromleye, to Stephen Makeseye, of Stamford, and Nicholas de Brenham, clerk, of lands, tenements, rents, services, &c., in the vill and field of Brigcasterton. Witnesses : Hugh Spenser, John Date: 1393 – 1394 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

• Chancery: Extents for Debts, Series I C 131/214/8 Debtor: Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs. Creditor: Walter Malet, clerk. Amount: £20 Before whom: William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster. When taken: 01/05/1398 First term: 25/06/1398 Last term: 25/06/1398 Writ to: Sheriff of Northants Date: 1398 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives • Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Sta… C 241/118/388 Debtor: John Acry, and Robert de Makeseye of Clapton, of Northants. Creditor: Roger le Warde of Watford [Northants.]. Amount: £10. Before whom: Adam de Cottesbrook, Mayor of Northampton; John le Garlickmonger, Clerk, in the presence of John de Cottesbrook, Date: 1344 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives • Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Sta… C 241/188/3 Debtor: Stephen Makeseye, esquire, of Lincs. Creditor: Walter Malet, clerk. Amount: £20 Before whom: William Brampton, Mayor of the Staple of Westminster When taken: 01/05/1398 First term: 25/06/1398 Last term: 25/06/1398 Writ to: Sheriff of [Lincs., Date: 1398

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• GRANT by Geoffrey fil.Gilberti de Makeseye to Hugh de Sulgrave, of Helpiston, of a “triroda” of land in the fields of Helpiston, abutting on Helpiston Meadow. Witn. Alexander de Makesey; Richard atte Stile; John Muston; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Date: 1351 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives • Information relating to document ref. no. F(M) Charter/265 QUITCLAIM by Mabel de Grenham, widow of Geoffrey de Makeseye, clerk, to John fil.Gilberti de Eylisworthe of the third part of a culture of arable land lying under Abbotiswode [in Castre] which she holds as dower since her husband’s death. Witn. William Date: 1322 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives • Notification of a quitclaim of right. 2ANC1/1/31 for his suit of court and a pound of pepper and about which he has been disputing. He now yields up the bovate to them absolutely. Witnesses: Hugh Erlyn and Hugh de Makeseye of Edenham, Hugh Heryng and Roger le Ky of Scotilthorpe, William son of John of Date: 1172 – 1950 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives ATTORNEY from Geoffrey fil. Gilberti de Makeseye to Alexander de Makeseye to deliver seisin of the land cited in F (M) Charter 895 Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Fitzwilliam (Milton)...] Date: 1351 LEASE by Mabilia; sometime wife of Master Geoffrey de Makeseye to William de Ryseborough and Beatrice his wife, of a messuage and 10 acres and a rood of land in Helpiston which the said Mabilia had on lease from Dom.Walram de Mortuo Mari, Knt.: to hold Date: 1334 cottage which William de Wyteringg and Cecily his wife hold for term of their lives. Witn. Walter de Clopton; Robert de Greyby in Northburgh; Hugh Templer; Roger Payn de Makeseye; etc. Seal.. [Northants Record Office, Fitzwilliam (Milton)...] Date: 1326

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de la mare and de la makeseye

• GRANT by Baldewin fil.Johannis de Pauntone to Walram de Mortuo Mari, of 4½ acres of land and a rood of meadow, in the fields and meadow of Helpistone. Witn. Geoffrey de la Mare; Roger de Heigham, Knts.; Master Geoffrey de Makeseye; Henry Stubbe. Seal.. Date: 1307 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives • GRETFORD, BRESSINGBURCH (Lincs.); Quitclaim 44M69/C/416 formerly of Ric. her late husband. Witnesses: Sir Wm. de Wasteney, Stephen his brother, Baldewin de Wasprey, Ralph de Makeseye, Robert de Baston, William de Burthon, Gregory son of Hamund, William Warnir, Henry Serviente of Gretford, Thomas [ ] parson Date: 1250

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http://edwardthesecond.blogspot.com/2007/03/donald-of-mar-scottish-earl-and-his.html Donald fled to Scotland, mainly with the aim of raising forces to help Edward II and to lobby for the king’s support. King Robert, who now had a son and heir, welcomed his nephew and restored his earldom. He gave Donald command of one of the three Scottish armies that invaded England in the summer of 1327. However, Donald is also said by the chronicle Annales Paulini to have been in the Welsh Marches in the summer of 1327, and to have been deeply involved in the plot that freed Edward from Berkeley Castle. He can hardly have been both in the north of England fighting the English forces, and in Wales and the south-west of England, at the same time; but what is clear is that he was doing his best to raise support for the deposed king.

In documents of 1327, most frequently in October, he is often described as “enemy and rebel” and many men were pardoned for adhering to him. The cluster of pardons in October 1327, after Edward’s rescue from Berkeley in July and supposed murder in September, suggest that Donald was deeply implicated in the attempts to free the king. One Patent Roll entry of 22 July 1327 states: Writ of aid for Thomas de Southorp and Richard Knyvet’, appointed to arrest William son of William de Sancto Mauro, John de Makeseye, William de Makeseye, John de Lodynton, and others of their confederation,who lately went to Scotland in the company of Dunald de Mar, a rebel, and have returned to do what mischief they can to the king and the realm.

Five days after this entry, Lord Berkeley wrote his panicked letter that the Dunheved gang had recently freed Edward II from Berkeley and plundered the castle; the timing of the Patent Roll entry indicates that Donald was involved.

After the downfall of Queen Isabella and Roger Mortimer, however, Edward III’s attitude to Donald softened; he was granted a safe-conduct on 15 October 1331 for “coming to England on his own affairs with a company of twelve horsemen and servants.”

Donald finally married, probably in or around 1328, Isabel(la) Stewart, who seems to have been the daughter of Sir Alexander Stewart of Bonkill. They had two children: Thomas, Earl of Mar, who was married twice but died childless in 1374, and Margaret, who succeeded her brother as Countess of Mar in her own right. She died in the early 1390s and was the ancestor of the Earls of Douglas. Donald’s grandson James, Earl of Douglas, was killed at the Battle of Otterburn in August 1388. Donald apparently also had an illegitimate daughter, name unknown, who married William Leith, Provost of Aberdeen, and had two sons.

Donald’s uncle Robert Bruce died on 7 June 1329, not quite fifty-five; his heir was his son by Elizabeth de Burgh, David II, who was five years old and already married to Edward II’s daughter Joan. In 1332, the regent Thomas Randolph died, and on 2 August, Donald, Earl of Mar, was elected regent of Scotland for his young cousin. It was a position he would hold for a mere nine days.

Donald was killed at the Battle of Dupplin Moor on 11 August 1332, aged probably in his mid-thirties. His cousin Robert, illegitimate son of King Robert, accused him of incompetence and of sympathising with the English and the pretender to the Scottish throne, Edward Baliol. To prove him wrong, Donald charged off wildly to face the bowmen of Baliol’s army, and was promptly killed. The battle proved to be a dreadful defeat for the Scottish loyalists.

I insert here a list of the Vicars of Broad Hintou from the Wiltshire Institutions continued to the present time.

VitdiV^ of 13roali it^inton, 5l2liilt0,

From A.D. 1299 to A.D. 1900.

*^* The names of the Vicars before 1299 are lost, the earliest In- stitution Register of the Diocese commencing in 1297.

The Church (dedicated in honour of St. Peter ad Vinmla, com- memorated in some kalendars on Lammas Day, Aug. 1st) was probably at an early period ax3proj)riated to tlie See of Sarum, and the advowsou, or right of in’esentation of a Vicar, was subsequently granted out to Richard do Hinton, or one of his predecessors. In 1248 the Bisliop granted the great tithes to the Hospital of St. Nicliolas, Salisbury, by whicli means the Hospital became the apj)ropriator, while the advowsou still remained in tlie hands of the former grantee, or his suc- cessor, until granted by Richard de Hinton to the Hospital in 1253. We find, however, that the Bishop presented to the Vicarage until the year 1478.

1299. JohnMartyn.

1321. Johannes de Bratton.^

1324. Henricus de Makeseye. Petrus dc Greuhull.

1332. W”^”^ de Whytelayeford.

‘ There is some doubt as to whether Johannes de Bratton, 1321, was Vicar of Broad Hinton or Incumbent of some one of the other Hintons in the Diocese,

Inquisicio capta coram iusticiariis domini regis assignatis [sic] in partibus de Kesteuen apud Staunford die louis proximo post festum Epiphanie domini anno regni regis Edwardi tercij post conquestum quadragesimo quarto super sacramentum Willelmi Dapthorpe lohannis Spiser lohannis Wakerle Henrici Bokedene Henrici Wade lohannis Bonde Willelmi de Staunford Walter! Makeseye Adam de Durham Rogeri Colton’ Walteri Baldeswell’ et lohannis jMartefeld.

40. Qui dicunt quod Thomas Wulf die Sabbati proximo post festum sancti Laurencij anno regni regis Edwardi tercij xlijto apud Staunford felonice interfecit Thomam Lincoln’ de Staunford.

1374 – 75

A. M. of Heckinpton is dwelling there now in the summer, and in the autimin she was admitted into the service of H. A. by the king’s officers, but in tlie first week of Lent she left Heckiugton and departed to Sleaford and Burton.

[m. 4d.]

Marg: Louedon

o8. Inquisicio eapta coram prefatis iusticiariis apud Sleford die louis in festo exaltacionis sancte Crucis anno regni regis Edwardi tercij xlviij per sacramentum Pliilippi Makesey de Brughton’ lohannis lelian de eadem Nicholai de Merston’ de eadem Roberti Deyuild de eadem Willelmi de Carlton’ de Cleypole Ricardi seriaunt de Thragelthorpe lohannis atte Graunge de eadem Willelmi filii Rose de eadem Willelmi de Sutton’ lohannis filii Isabelle de eadem Ade Planes de Welburn’ et Willelmi filii Thome de eadem qui dicunt super sacramentum suum quod Rogerus Coker de Waplode furatus fuit duos equos precii iiij marcaruni de Thome atte Graunge de Welyngore apud Welyngore die Lune proximo ante festum sancti lohannis ante portam Latinam anno regni regis Edwardi tercij xlviji”o. (Quietus non subtraxit*.)^ {Marg: Exigend’.)

^ See App. V, p. 216, below.

Makesey, Philip, of [Brant] Broughton.

juror, 206 (58) Makeseye, Walter, juror, 162 Malberthorpe. Sec Mablethorpe Mnlberthorp, John de, of Alford, 49 http://www.archive.org/stream/publicationslinc30lincuoft/publicationslinc30lincuoft_djvu.txt

Northamptonshire Tax Assessment, 1301: Nassaburgh Hundred

Place:

Villata de Makeseye cum membris (Maxey)

Assessment:

Lord G de la Mare

10s

9.25d

Master Geoffrey de Makeseye

4s

8.5d

Nicholas de Makeseie

16d

CP 25/1/144/150, number 27.

Link:

Image of document at AALT

County:

Lincolnshire.

Place:

Westminster.

Date:

Two weeks from St Martin, 20 Richard [II] [25 November 1396].

Parties:

Stephen Makeseye of Staunford’ and Nicholas Greneham, clerk, querents, and John Herlyngton’ of Yakesley, deforciant.

Property:

8 messuages, 54 and a half acres of land and 18 shillings of rent and a rent of 1 cock and 2 hens in Staunford’, and the advowson of the chantry at the altar of St Nicholas in the church of St Clement of Staunford’.

Action:

Plea of covenant.

Agreement:

John has acknowledged the tenements, rents and advowson to be the right of Stephen, as those which Stephen and Nicholas have of his gift, and has remised and quitclaimed them from himself and his heirs to Stephen and Nicholas and the heirs of Stephen for ever.

Warranty:

Warranty.

For this:

Stephen and Nicholas have given him 100 marks of silver.

story of maxey building and history http://www.archive.org/stream/northamptonshir05unkngoog/northamptonshir05unkngoog_djvu.txt

CP 25/1/140/125, number 16.

Link:

Image of document at AALT

County:

Lincolnshire.

Place:

Westminster.

Date:

Three weeks from Easter, 35 Edward III [18 April 1361].

Parties:

Nicholas de Eston’ of Staunford’, clerk, querent, and Hugh Ster of Makeseye, tailor, and Alice, his wife, deforciants.

Property:

1 messuage [and] 5 acres of land in Staunford’.

Action:

Plea of covenant.

Agreement:

Hugh and Alice have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Nicholas, and have remised and quitclaimed them from themselves and the heirs of Alice to him and his heirs for ever.

Warranty:

Warranty.

For this:

Nicholas has given them 20 marks of silver.

Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.)

Persons:

Nicholas de Easton, Hugh Steer, Alice Steer

Places:

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1133 Sperling the Priest 1287 John de Merham 1321-1322 William de Wyholakesford 1330-1331 Henry de Makeseye

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[N'hamp.] B. 2523. Grant by William de Ares, chaplain, to the nuns of Katesby, of a toft in Makesey (Maxey). Witnesses:—Salomon de Wythirington, Robert Freman de Clinton, William son of Walter de Makeseye and others (named). Thirteenth century. Seal.

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Contents: GRANT by John de Wasteneys, of Brassingburg to Joan de Mortemer, wife of Stephen de Wasteneis, of all that land which the said Stephen gave him in the said vill of Braceborough, with messauges buildings, etc.; rent 5sh. Witn. Dom.Robert de la Warde, Knt.; Ranulf de Dakere, Knt.; Geoffrey de Deping, Knt.; Richard Rolaund; Ralph de Makeseya; Thomas de Luda; William ultra-aquam de Gretford. Seal of arms

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CP 25/1/178/82, number 512. Link: Image of document at AALT County:  Northamptonshire. Place:  Westminster. Date:  The day after All Souls, 35 Edward III [3 November 1361]. Parties: Geoffrey But’ of Makeseye, querent, and John de Colchestre and Margery, his wife, deforciants. Property:  1 messuage and 2 acres of land in Northburgh’. Action:  Plea of covenant. Agreement:  John and Margery have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Geoffrey, and have rendered them to him in the same court, to hold to Geoffrey and his heirs, of the chief lords for ever. Warranty:  Warranty by John and Margery for themselves and the heirs of Margery. For this:  Geoffrey has given them 10 marks of silver.

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13060ish

Subject of quitclaim all lands already given and also a gore of arable in the field at Grimsthorpe next to the western bound on Wygoterothe, near the porter’s land, on which she and her heirs will have no claim per sacrabar. Witnesses: Hugh Erlyn, Hugh de Makesey, Thomas Harang, Roger Cocus and Ralph de Louton. Seal: Star. Matild’ Fil’ Will’ Fil’ Roberti. Endorsement: Porte Tabula prima.

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He now yields up the bovate to them absolutely. Witnesses: Hugh Erlyn and Hugh de Makeseye of Edenham, Hugh Heryng and Roger le Ky of Scotilthorpe, William son of John of and William de Stafford of Swynsted. Seal: Star. S. Rog. Launy. Endorsement: Lanana tabula prima. XXVII (13c).

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the Chamberlain, and declaring herself to be of full age demanded her patrimony. Whereupon precept issued to John de Kaytone, serjeant, to summon Walter Page, skinner, who had been appointed guardian of the said Isabella and of Walter and Nicholas her brothers, upon the marriage of Agnes their mother to Robert de Makeseye, skinner. On the day named the said Walter appeared together with the said Isabella, and the latter acknowledged that she had been satisfied, and the said Walter was quit.

2 May, 33 Edward III. [A.D. 1359], the guardianship of William, son of John de Wyrcestre, aged fifteen years, committed by the same to Henry Makeseye, skinner. Surety, viz., John Bedeford, skinner.

A general release by William, son of John de Wyrcestre, FO. xcv. ” felmongere,” deceased, to Henry Makeseye, skinner. Wit- 1 Probably identical with ” Piers atte Broke,” infra, fo. clxxix b.

Fo. ccxxxvi. Names of the Collectors of the above three fifteenths.

Walbroke r Salamon Faunt, John Hende, John Beneyt, Henry Makeseye, John ” Seynt Need,” William Horscroft.

Fo. ccxxxvi. Names of the Collectors of the above three fifteenths.

Walbroke r Salamon Faunt, John Hende, John Beneyt, Henry Makeseye, John ” Seynt Need,” William Horscroft.

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Rectors. — 132 1, William de Wynolakesford. 1331, Henry de Makeseye. unproven bishop of Marlborough.

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MAKESEYE, Master William de: Parson of the church of Herlaston, 1327 Leicester (CP40/268/63f)

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B. 1365. Grant in frank almoin by Ralph son of Martin de Makeseia, to the nuns of St. Michael, Stanford, of lands in the field of Ettona. Witnesses:—Stephen de Stokes, Robert de Colevill’, Laurence de Burton and others (named). Fragment of seal. [Rutl.] B. 1366. Demise by Alice Copildyk, prioress of St. Michael’s Staunford, and the convent of that place, to William Aldewynkyl, chaplain, Roger Elyott, of Wodecroftes, and John Priour, of the same place, of lands lying at Saxpole, at the Bridge and elsewhere in the vill of Ettona.

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Fragment of seal. [Rutl.] B. 1368. Demise by the prioress and nuns of St. Michael’s, Staunford, with the consent of Richard Dufford their prior, to Sarra, late the wife of Hugh de Northburgb, of lands, tenements, &c. in the vill and territory of Etton’. Witnesses:—Hugh de Sulgrave, William de Makeseye, Adam Payn the younger of Eton, and Geoffrey de Helpiston. Monday, the feast of St. Peter ad vincula 19 Edward III., 1345.

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The Reigns of Edward I, Edward II and Edward III as recorded by Sir Thomas Gray, ed. H. Maxwell, p. 73; Cal Close Rolls 1327-1330, p. 212; Cal Pat Rolls 1327-1330, pp. 139, 180, 183, 191, 258. For the record, Donald of Mar’s named adherents were: Ralph Chopcok; Ralph Lightred; Adam le Parker; John de Lodyngton; Richard de Egremond; John Lespicer; Stephen Morel; Thomas atte Wall; William de Seint More; William Skakeloc; William and John de Makeseye.

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