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John de Wasteney to Nicholas son of William de Burton. Property: a toft and croft once belonging to William Grethevid, the king’s way east and Nicholas’ toft which he bought from Richard son of Ralph de Makesey in Carlby, west. Witnesses: Stephen de Wasteneys, Date: 1260 – 1299 Source: Access to Archives (A2A): not kept at The National Archives

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Grant ] by William Al . . . , to Simon son of Robert de la Grene of Makesey, of a tenement in [ Makesey (Maxey) ? ]. Witnesses :- Sirs Geoffrey de Lamar[ e ] and William de Colevile, knights, and others (named) : [ N’hamp. ] . [ Grant ] by William Al Date: 1297 – 1298 Source: The Catalogue of The National Archives

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Notification of quitclaim of right in lands they hold of her gift

Reference Name 2-ANC/1/1/26

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.

John de Wasteney to Nicholas son of William de Burton.
Property: a toft and croft once belonging to William Grethevid, the king’s way east and Nicholas’ toft which he bought from Richard son of Ralph de Makesey in Carlby, west.
Witnesses: Stephen de Wasteneys, William Carpenter of Bressingbor’, Reginald Thorald of the same, Richard de Suthorp, Gilbert de Bedeford of Carlby, Robert Cole of the same, Walter of the same, Baldewyn the clerk who wrote this charter and many others.

Date: [1260×1299]

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]
Notification of a quitclaim of right

Reference Name 2-ANC/1/1/31

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 (13th century).

Date: 13th Cent

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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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

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Title
Lincolnshire: quitclaim of all right in land in Greatford [“Gretford”] and Braceborough [“Bressingeburgh”] formerly of Richard de Stanford

Date
c1250

Description
(i) Beatrix, widow of Richard de Stanford

(ii) St Mary’s Abbey, Winchester

Witnesses: Sir William 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 Greatford [“Gretford”], Thomas [ ] parson of Greatford [“Gretford”], Robert clerk of Barholm [“Berham”] and others.

1200 – 1592

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

1216 – 1272

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;

1216 – 1850
a reason to withold payment. The case went against the Company which is ordered to pay £76 arrears, and
henceforth the annuity as above. MAXEY. – [Makesey, Makyssey, Maxhey, Maxsey] The earliest deed here is
dated in 1349 (F(M) Charter 1315). Among the

1225 – 1964
at Grantor’s Court at Tengcumbe. Wits. William Parbo. (or Perbo) William, his son. William Macy. Thomas Cola.
Geoffrey de Baggecote. Chollay de Bosca. Thomas Downeston. William, son of Edward Drew (Drogon) of
Wydecombe. William de Ponte. Drew de Nuttnolls.

1250
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.

1260 – 1299
John de Wasteney to Nicholas son of William de Burton. Property: a toft and croft once belonging to William
Grethevid, the king’s way east and Nicholas’ toft which he bought from Richard son of Ralph de Makesey in
Carlby, west. Witnesses: Stephen de Wasteneys,

1294
Chancery: Certificates of Statute Merchant and Statute Staple C 241/20/34
Debtor: Isabel de Macy [of Hants] Creditor: Henry de Colemere, and Walter Beck [of Hants] Amount: 5m.
Before whom: Adam de Northampton; John de Ann, Clerk; at Winchester. First term: 01/11/1294 Last term:
01/11/1294 Writ to: Sheriff of Hants Sent by: Adam

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GRETFORD (Lincs.); Quitclaim 44M69/C/415 c.1250-60

Seal: missing

Contents:
By William Quayle, son of Reginald Quayle of Riskinton
To Agnes, abbess of Winchester
Of all right in 1½ acr. land in Gretford, formerly of Simon Wlvard, his uncle.
Consideration: 12s.
Witnesses: William de Wasteneys, John de Cursun, Simon de Bastum, Ralph de Makereye, Simon de Offington, Baudewin de Waperay, Ric de Stanford, Henry le Seriant, William de Burton and others.

GRETFORD, BRESSINGBURCH (Lincs.); Quitclaim 44M69/C/416 c.1250

Seal: small round seal in brown wax.

Contents:
By Beatrix, formerly wife of Richard de Stanford, widow,
To St. Mary Abbey, Winchester
Of all right in land in Gretford and Bressingeburgh 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 of Gretford, Robert clerk of Berham and others.

GRETFORD (Lincs.); Grant 44M69/C/417 c.1270

Seal: missing.

Contents:
By Robert Kempe of Co. Soton
To Nicholas de Stanford and Isabella, his wife
Of a tenement in Gretford, Lincs, granted to him by Nicholas and Isabella.
Witnesses: Sir Wm. Wasteneys, Walraun de Mortuo Mari, John de Strechely Knts., Thos. Harel, John de Dypinge, clerk, Robert Baron, Geoffrey de Burton, Geoffrey Bernard and others.

GRETFORD (Lincs.); Grant 44M69/C/418 c.1270

Seal: missing.

Contents:
By Alienor, dau. of Wm. Warner of Grutford
To Thos. de Letford
Of 4 ac. arable and 1 ac. meadow in Gretford, given to him by William her father. [Bounds given].
Rent: 1½d to Beatrice, late wife of Ric. de Staunford.
Consideration: 100s.
Witnesses: Sir John de Mortuo Mari, William de Burton, Ralph de Makes, Nicholas de Karleby, Thos. de Lude, Nicholas de Staunford, William Ultra Aquam, Robert de Gretford and others.
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).
13th century
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.
Kenmngton. nating John de Trikyngham, his fellow mocd^, and Master Geoffrey de
Makeseye, his attorneys until Martinmas.

The abbot of Peterborough, going beyond seas, has letters nominating
brother John de Thrykyngham, his fellow monk, and Master (Geoffrey de
Makeseie his attorneys for one year.
The abbot of Peterborough, going beyond seas, has letters nominating
brother John de Thrykyngham, his fellow monk, and Master (Geoffrey de
Makeseie his attorneys for one year.
Makery, John, 368.

Makeseie, Makeseye, Master Geoifrey de, 1 16,
589.
unresearched website (timeline)
http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/index.html

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