2 edition of Calendar of Patent Rolls. Edward III, 1327-1377. found in the catalog.
Calendar of Patent Rolls. Edward III, 1327-1377.
Public Record Office
|Contributions||Great Britain. Court of Chancery|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
GRANT, for life, to Roger Elmoragge without rent, for good service, of the manor of De[ ], co. Meath, in the K.'s hand by the forfeiture of Walter de Lacy. Author of Lists and indexes. Supplementary series, Publications. I.F. Calendars, etc. Calendars of State Papers. d. 1, Lists and indexes, Calendar of the close rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, Calendar of state papers, Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, Calendar of the Charter Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, Annual report of the .
Court of Chancery: Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record Office: Edward III, / (London: Printed for H. M. Stationery Off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode [etc., etc.], ), also by Great Britain Public Record Office and Henry . The prelates, magnates and commons of the K.'s land of Ireland appearing by the K.'s order in the K.'s parliament held at Dublin on Monday next before the St Peter in Chains last [30 July ] before William Windsor, Lt of Ire., gladly granted the following customs to be received henceforth from goods and merchandise loaded in ships within that land, the customs being granted for the. LICENCE, after inquisition [ad quod damnum] and out of devotion to St John the Baptist, the patron of the hospital, for the alienation of frankalmoign by John Grauntsete to the prior and convent of the hospital of St John of Naas of 60s rent in Naas, not held in chief, to find two of the brothers, priests, or two fit chaplains, to celebrate divine service daily in the church of the hospital.
Childhood and ancestry. William Devereux was born on 1 November , the son of William Devereux of Frome (died ) and his wife, Miss Lacy. After his mother’s death, his father married Margaret de Mortimer of Richard’s Castle as his second wife about His father died in leaving William the manor of Lower Hayton, : William Devereux of Frome (died ). Latin transcripts in record type of the patent roll, 7 John, original writ and return of all discharges of debt, etc., granted by the Irish exchequer, Henry V and Henry VI, and six rolls of pleas de terris datis et occupatis, etc., Henry III. [Other copies at: Google Books [Hints and tips].]. Author of Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series , Rotuli scaccarii regum Scotorum =, Calendar of the close rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, Inland revenue: tithe maps and apportionments (I.R. 29, I.R. 30), Exchequer K. R. & L. T. R. memoranda rolls, Exchequer (K.R.) church goods, Descriptive list of state papers supplementary (S. P. 46), Calendar of the close rolls preserved.
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Calendar of the Patent ebook preserved in the Public record office. [H C Maxwell Lyte, Sir.; R F Isaacson; C B Dawes; Great Britain. Public Record Office.; Great Britain. Court of Chancery.; England. Sovereign ( Edward III)].