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1230 - Robert Lohade witness to charter

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Date c. 1230-35
Topic Robert Lohade witness to charter
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'Tystede' is probably West Tisted, where Le Hod held land, rather than neighbouring East Tisted.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2015-08-30. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-07-12.

Record

[c. 1230-35:]
  Grant from Henry le Sauvage to Peter, Bishop of
Winchester, for the sum of twelve marks, of all his land which he had in [p. 4:]
Tystede by the gift of Ralph de Winesham, rendering annually one pound
of cummin to the chief lord of the fee. Witn.: Roger Alis, Geoffrey de
Rupibus, Thomas de Gimiges, Walter de Thigheburne, Robert Lohade,
John de Venuez, Thomas de Venuez, William son of Unfrid, Roger de
Molend[inis], Alard his brother, Elyas son of Roger, Nich. de Sirlege,
Godfrey the Serjeant (serviente) of Cheritone.[1]

Source notes

Brackets as in Macray, W.D. (1891), pp. 3-4, except indication of change of page by IRHB. This is item No. 355. Description of seal: 'Oval green seal; the temptation of Adam and Eve: "Sigill' : Henrici Sawage."'

IRHB comments

Other records relating to this gentleman spell his surname 'le Hod'. See the page on Robert le Hod of West Tisted (record texts). 'Tystede' is probably West Tisted, where Le Hod held land, rather than East Tisted. Both villages, are in Hampshire, situated close to one another and not far from Selborne.

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