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Persons named Robert Loxley (record texts)

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By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-1. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-10.

The items listed below concern historical persons named Robert Loxley.

Records relating to persons named Robert Loxley

The following 21 records concern historical Robert Loxleys:

1357 - Robert de Loxlye of London (1)

[8 Feb. 1357:]
Enrolment of bond by Robert de Loxlye to Roger de Haghe in 60l. to be paid to him or to his attorney bearing this deed at London at Christmas next. Dated London, 8 Februrary, 31 Edward III.
Memorandum that Robert came into the chancery at Westminster on 12 February and acknowledged the preceding deed.[1]

1357 - Robert de Loxlye of London (2)

[8 Feb. 1357:]
Enrolment of bond by Roger de Hagh to Robert de Loxlye in 60l. to be paid to him or to his attorney bearing this deed at Suthwerk on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula next and at Easter following in equal portions. Dated Suthwerk, 8 February, 31 Edward III.
Memorandum that Roger came into the chancery at Westminster on 12 February and acknowledged the preceding deed.[2]

1366 - Robert Loxlee

[12 May 1366:]
Hugh la Souche, 'chivaler,' staying in foreign parts by the king’s licence, has letters nominating Roger Herlaston and Robert Loxlee as his attorneys in England for one year.
The chancellor received the attorneys by letter of the said Hugh.[3]

1370 - Robert Loxle

[16 July 1370:]
Commission to Edmund de Clare, Richard Kent, Robert de Loxle, Richard de Stoghton, Robert de Chisenhale and Henry Colas of Gildeford, 'taverner,' to arrest John Brigge, Thomas Kayo, John Essex, 'glovere,' Richard Smyth and John his brother, Peter servant of John Grene, John Northerne, servant of John Grene, and Nicholas servant of Robert de Aston, indicted of having ravished Joan daughter of Thomas Repere of London at the parish of St. Margaret in Briggestrete in the ward of Billyngesgate, London, and taken her without the city, and to bring them to Neugate gaol to be kept there by the sheriffs of London, keepers of the said gaol, until they be delivered according to the law and custom of the realm; also to arrest the said Joan and bring her in honourable fashion before the council to answer on those things which shall be laid before her on behalf of the king. By C.[4]

1373 - Robert Loxle

[28 Apr. 1373:]
Licence, for 100s. paid to the king by Robert Loxle, for Hugh la Souche to enfeoff the said Robert for life of the manor of Chiltyngton and the advowson of the church of that town, held of the king in chief.[5]

1374 - Robert Loxle

[12 July 1374:]
Commission to Ralph de Ferrers, Thomas de Reyns, lieutenant of the constable of Dover castle and of the warden of the Cinque Ports, Walter de Leycestre and James Lyouns, serjeants-at-arms, William Ermyn, clerk, Robert Notyngham and Robert Loxle to deliver to certain merchants of Cateloign, Genoa, Naples, Florence and Melan their share of the goods lately taken in three tarets of Cateloign, Genoa and Naples by certain of the king’s subjects at sea and in the parts of La Rye and brought within the realm, which goods have been placed in safe keeping at the king’s order by Walter [p. 493:] and James; and to make inquisition in the counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Essex and Southampton touching all such goods not yet placed in safe keeping, cause the same or their value to be delivered to the merchants, and arrest and commit to prison all who are contrariant in the execution of the premises; provided that any goods of the king’s enemies found in the said tarets be answered for at the Exchequer. By C.[6]

1377 - Robert Loxle

[4 Dec. 1377:]
Robert Loxle to William de Wenlok clerk. Recognisance for 50l., to be levied etc. of his lands and chattels in Surrey.
Cancelled on payment.[7]

1378 - Escheator Robert Loxle (1)

[5 Apr. 1378:]
To Robert de Loxle escheator in Surrey and Sussex. Order to take of Sybil who was wife of John Brocas an oath that she will not marry without the king's licence, and in presence of the heirs and parceners to assign her dower of her said husband's lands.[8]

1378 - Escheator Robert Loxle (2)

[?5 Apr. 1378:]
To Thomas de Illeston escheator in the county of Suthampton. Order to assign dower to the said Sybil, of whom an oath has been taken by Robert de Loxle [...]
The like to John Brode of Smethe escheator in Kent.[9]

1378 - Escheator Robert Loxle (3)

[28 Feb. 1378:]
To Robert Loxle escheator in Sussex. Order to deliver to Edmund Westminster, fitz Herberd knight two thirds of the manor of Blachyngton by Sefford and the advowson of the church, the manor of Ryppe, 100 acres of land and 8 acres of meadow in Sheryngton, 80 acres of pasture in Excete, and 20l. of rent of the manors of Iwehurst and Suntynge taken into the king's hand by the death of John Brocas, saving the dower of Sybil who was wife of the deceased; as upon the finding of an inquisition, taken by Thomas de Illeston escheator in the county of Suthampton, that the said John at his death held the manor of Berton Peverell in that county except one acre called Grondelesacre in chief by knight service, and the said acre of the king as an assart by the service of rendering 12d. a year to Winchester castle, and that the said Edmund, being son of Reynold son of Lucy sister of Alice mother of Margaret mother of the said John, is his next heir and of full age, the king took the said Edmund's homage and fealty, and commanded seisin of the said manor and land to be given him; and the king has learned by inquisition, taken by the said Robert, that the said John at his death held no lands in Sussex in chief, but held the premises therein of others than the king, and that the said Edmund is his cousin and next heir, and of full age.[10]

1378 - Escheator Robert Loxle (4)

[11 Dec. 1378:]
To Robert de Loxle escheator in Sussex. Order to cause William brother and heir of John de Fienles son and heir of William de Fienles knight to have seisin of his father's lands; as he has proved his age before the escheator, and the king has taken his homage and fealty, and the said John died a minor in the king's wardship. By p.s. [575.]

 To Roger Keterich escheator in Essex. Like order; as the said William has proved his age before Robert de Loxle.
 The like to the following:
  John Salveyn escheator in Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
  Thomas de Illeston escheator in the county of Suthampton.[11]

1379 - Escheator Robert Loxle (1)

[11 Feb. 1379:]
To Thomas de Illeston escheator in Wiltesir. Order to cause John Seintmanifuy to have seisin of his purparty of the lands of Walter Dansey; as on 9 February 44 Edward III the late king took the homage and fealty of Ralph de Norton knight, who took to wife Margaret sister and one of the heirs of the said Walter, by reason of issue between them begotten, and ordered John Froille then escheator to take security for payment of their relief, to make partition of the said lands into two parts, and cause the said Ralph and Margaret to have seisin of her purparty, saving her dower to Maud who was the said Walter's wife, and keeping in the king's hand the purparty of the said John, being son of Joan Seintmanifuy the other sister of the deceased and his cousin and other heir, and being then within age and in the late king's wardship, so that each parcener should have a share of the lands held in chief; and now he has proved his age before Robert de Loxle escheator in Surrey, and the king has taken his homage and fealty. By p.s. [630.][12]

1379 - Escheator Robert Loxle (2)

[11 Feb. 1379:]
To John Brode of Smethe escheator in Kent. Order to remove the king's hand and meddle no further with a tenement in Rochester called Hertathop, one marsh and other lands by Rochester, 163 acres of land, meadow and pasture in the manor of Padelesworth, certain lands in Rierssh and Ofham which are parcel of the manor of Adynton, and 2 acres of land which are parcel of the manor of Palstre, delivering to Richard and John sons of Roger Charles any issues thereof taken; as the king has learned by inquisition, taken by the escheator, that Richard Charles at his death held the premises in 'gavelkynd' of others than the king, and that the said Richard aged eighteen and John aged ten years, being sons of Roger Charles brother of the deceased, are his next heirs of lands so held.

 To John Brode (as above). Order to assign to Alice who was wife of Richard Charles dower of her husband's lands; as for a fine with him made by her the kuig has granted her licence to marry whom she will.
 The like to Robert de Loxle escheator in Sussex.[13]

1379 - Robert Loxle witness to charter

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William Spenser called Forneux, John Walet the elder and William Hauker to John Legge the king's serjeant at arms, William de Brentyngham and John West, their heirs and assigns. Charter of the manor of Catteshulle with appurtenances and 50s. of rent in Ertyngdon co. Surrey. Witnesses: William Weston, John Kyngesfeld, [p. 339:] William Gildeford, Robert Loxle, Robert Chisenhale, John de Redyngbergh, Thomas Taillard, Walter Knolle, William Bures. Dated Catteshulle, 10 July 3 Richard II.[14]

1380 - Escheator Robert Loxle (1)

[24 May. 1380:]
To John Frode of Smethe escheator in Kent. Order during this vacancy to set no guardian in Ledes priory, but to suffer the subprior and canons to have free administration and disposal of the property thereof, according to the charters of their patrons and of King Edward I and to the late king's confirmation, saving Chatham fair, removing the king's hand if by the late prior's death he took the priory or the temporalities thereof into his hand, and restoring any issues by him taken; as on 12 June 13 Edward I, for that the prior and canons of Ledes, now of the king's patronage, rendered Chatham fair to the then king and Queen Eleanor and to that king's heirs, the said king granted that at every vacancy of the priory they might without craving licence of the king elect a prior, that the king should set no guardian in the priory in his name, but that they and their successors should have the administration etc. as aforesaid, so that after every election the prior elect should straightway be presented to the king; and the late king confirmed that charter with the clause licet, saving to him the said fair. Proviso that during this vacancy answer be made at the exchequer for the issues of any lands etc. by the priory acquired in fee after the aforesaid date, and lands which since that date have come to the priors' hands by escheat or otherwise.
 The like, mutatis mutandis, to Robert de Loxle escheator in Surrey.[15]

1380 - Escheator Robert Loxle (2)

[22 Jun. 1380:]
To Robert de Loxle escheator in Surrey and Sussex. Like order concerning knights' fees etc. [sc. to give to Thomas and Eleanor livery of the third part of one knight's fee'] in Wiggesele and Ore co. Sussex, Clopham, Kyrsalton, Waunebeurgh and Horslegh co. Surrey [...][16]

1380 - Escheator Robert Loxle (3)

[30 June 1380:]
To Robert de Loxle escheator in Surrey. Order in presence of Richard earl of Arundell, to whom the king has committed the wardship of the manor of Boklond, and of the next friends of the heir of John Arundell knight, tenant thereof by knight service of the heir of Edward le Despenser a minor in the king's wardship, to assign dower of the same to Eleanor who was the said John's wife, of whom the king has taken an oath that she shall not marry without his licence.[17]

1380 - Escheator Robert Loxle (4)

[18 Aug. 1380:]
To Robert de Loxle escheator in Surrey and Sussex. Order to remove the king's hand and meddle no further with the manors of Colle co. Surrey and Codelawe co. Sussex, saving dower to Eleanor who was wife of John de Arundell knight, and delivering up any issues thereof taken; as the king has learned by inquisition, taken by the escheator, that at his death the said John held the said manors of others than the king.[18]

1380 - Escheator Robert Loxle (5)

[19 Sep. 1380:]
To Robert de Loxle escheator in Sussex.* Order to give Richard Westminster, de Ponynges knight, brother and heir of Thomas son of Michael de Ponynges knight, seisin of his said brother's lands held of the late king ; as he has proved his age before the escheator, and the king has taken his homage and fealty. By p.s. [1431.][19]

1380 - Robert Loxle witness to charter

[17 Feb. 1380:]
William Upton to Nicholas Gascoun and Walter Pasford. Quitclaim of all his lands in Wymbeldoun co. Surrey which were of Roger Spynay and after his death came by inheritance to Thomas West, and which the said Nicholas and Walter have by feoffment of Sir Thomas de Holand knight. Witnesses: Thomas de Illeston, Robert Loxle, John Shire of Kyngeston, Robert Colyn of Talworth, Richard Lonekyn. Dated Thursday after the Purification 3 Richard II.[20]

1381 - Robert Loxle the younger

[5 Apr. 1381:]
To the sheriffs of London. Writ of supersedeas, by mainprise of Robert Loxele the younger, Thomas Ellewyke of Surrey, John Weston of Norffolk and John Woderoue of Oxfordshire, in favour of William Hallere of Guldeford 'spicer' at suit of Richard Hatfeld citizen and pepperer of London for render of 40s.[21]

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Notes

  1. [Hinds, Allen B., ed.; Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls preserved in the Public record Office: Edward III. Vol. X. A.D. 1354-1360 (London, 1908), p. 390.
  2. [Hinds, Allen B., ed.; Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls preserved in the Public record Office: Edward III. Vol. X. A.D. 1354-1360 (London, 1908), p. 390.
  3. [Isacson, Robert F., compil.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.; Dawes, M.C.B., index.]. Calendar of the Patent Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Ofice. Edward III. Vol. XIII. A.D. 1364–1367 (London; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1912), p. 236.
  4. [Isaacson, Robert F., compil.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.; Dawes, M.C.B., index.]. Calendar of the Patent Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Ofice. Edward III. Vol. XIV. A.D. 1367–1370 (London; London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1913), p. 473.
  5. [Isaacson, Robert F., compil.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.; Dawes, M.C.B., index.]. Calendar of the Patent Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Ofice. Edward III. Vol. XV. A.D. 1370–1374 (London; London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 278.
  6. [Isaacson, Robert F., compil.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.; Dawes, M.C.B., index.]. Calendar of the Patent Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Ofice. Edward III. Vol. XV. A.D. 1370–1374 (London; London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), pp. 492-93.
  7. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 100.
  8. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 59.
  9. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 60.
  10. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 65.
  11. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 171.
  12. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 179.
  13. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 181.
  14. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), pp. 338-39.
  15. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 313.
  16. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 393.
  17. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 396.
  18. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 399.
  19. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 407.
  20. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 353.
  21. [Bird, W.H.B., ed.; Flower, C.T. ed.; Maxwell-Lyte, Henry Churchill, introd.]. Calendar of the Close Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Richard II. Vol. I. A.D. 1377-1381 (London and Cardiff; Edinburgh; Dublin, 1914), p. 510.