1380 - Robert Loxle witness to charter
|Topic||Robert Loxle is witness to a charter.|
By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-22. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-22.
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.
Membrane 29d of the Close Roll for 3 Richard II. Enrolled 17 Feb., Westminster. The Purification, February 2, fell on a Wednesday in 1380, so the date of the charter would be 3 Feb. 1380.
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