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Compton Verney: early deeds, London and various counties, a grant


Grant by John Hanney, canon of Salisbury, William Carey and Nicholas Rouney, clerk to Alice, widow of Sir William Wyndesore, knight:

all their estate in messuages, lands, tenements, rents and services with appurtenances in Thames Street in the parish of All Hallows the Less;
also in St Mary Arches, Holy Trinity the Less, all in the City of London;
also all their estates in the manors of Ruislip and Gunnersbury and elsewhere in Middlesex;
in Essex, including the manors of Upminster and Westenland;
in the manors of Rampton Cottenham called Isle, Westwick, Cottenham called Samys and Impington in the county of Cambridge;
in the manors of Radstone, 'Solworthe' and Farndon in Northamptonshire;
in the town of Burwell, Cambridgeshire;
the the county of Warwick;
in the manor of Weston in the same county;
in the manor of Burton Over in Leicestershire;
in the manor of 'Wenyrcon' and elsewhere in Nottinghamshire;
in the manors of Burnhall, Happisbourne and Oxhay in the county of Hertford;
in the manor of Stoke Mandeville in the same county;
in 'the hospital of Battisyn', 'Charletonisyn' 'Cornerhalle' in Oxfordshire;
the manors of Bixbrond, 'Senttelen/ve' and 'Filiberd' in Berkshire;
Fenny Sutton in Wiltshire;
the manors of Lydford, Fodngton, Charlton'and Knowle in Somerset;
the manors of Lytton Combe [Litton Cheney], Stancombe and Powerstock in Dorset;
the manors of 'Burton Dilacre' and Holme in Kendal in Westmoreland;
manor of Alston in Lancashire;
all rights in premises in the parish of St Margaret, Southwark and county of Surrey;
in the county of Pembroke.

To hold all the above rights in the above premises to the said Alice and the heirs of her body by the said William Windsor, from the chief lord of the fee for due and accustomed services. Reversion to grantors if Alice dies without heirs by William.

Nicholas Brembre, mayor of London;
Nicholas Oxton, John Fresher, sheriffs of London;
William Walworth, William Faringdon, knights;
Richard Preston, Alderman of the city of London;
Geoffrey Newington.

Dated 8 January, 8 Richard II