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1356 - John Little of London

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Date 1356
Topic John Little of London among witnesses to deed.
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By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-19. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-19.

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[28 Oct. 1356:]
Enrolment of grant by brother John, prior of the house of the order of St. Augustine, London, principal executor of the will of Maud Waleys, late the wife of Augustine Waleys, by the authority of that will, to the king for the use of the new work of the Preachers of Dertford, of all the tenements, rents and services with the gardens, shops and other appurtenances which belonged to Maud on the day of the making of her will, in the city and suburb of London, except a tenement situate at the corner of Lymstret in the parish of St. Andrew upon Cornhulle, London; Simon Fraunceys being then mayor of London, Thomas Dolsale and Richard de Notyngham sheriffs of that city. Witnesses: Henry Pycard, Adam de Bury, John Pecche, John Wroth, John de Stodey, Thomas Brandon, Walter Forester, John Little, John de Colonia. Dated London, 28 October, 30 Edward III.
Memorandum that the prior came into the chancery at Westminster on 28 October and acknowledged the preceding charter.[1]

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Membrane 6d of the Close Roll for 30 Edward III. Italics as in printed source.

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