Books, Calendars of Parliamentary Rolls, Patent Rolls Edward IV 1478

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07 Feb 1478. Appointment of the king's kinsman Henry, duke of Buckingham (age 23), to the Parliament office of steward of England for the execution of the judgment on George, duke of Clarence (age 28), attainted of high treason by authority of Parliament. By K.

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14 Feb 1478. Appointment of Thomas Vaughan, knight, treasurer of the king's Westminster, chamber and chamberlain of the king's son the prince, John Say, knight, under treasurer of England, John Elryngton, knight, treasurer of the household, Robert Wyngfeld, Wyngfeld, knight, controller of the household, and Henry Boteler, recorder of Coventry, to examine the accounts of John Hewyke, one of the auditors of a parcel of the lands of George, late duke of Clarence (age 28), and Peter Beaupe, one of the clerks of the green cloth, to whom the king ordered the said John to deliver the books and accounts, and of other auditors, receivers or bailiffs concerning the lands and possessions of the said duke and to certify thereon to the king.

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15 Feb 1478. Charter to the king's nephew Edward Plantagenet (age 4), first-born son of the said duke (age 25), creating him earl of Salisbury, with remainder to the heirs of his body, and granting to him and his said heirs £20 yearly from the issues of the county of Wilts. Witnesses:-Th. cardinal archbishop of Canterbury (age 60), L. archbishop of York (age 58), Th. Bishop of  Lincoln (age 54), the chancellor, J. Bishop of  Rochester, keeper of the privy seal, Richard, duke of Gloucester (age 25), Henry, duke of Buckingham (age 23), Henry, Earl of Essex (age 74), treasurer of England, Anthony Earl of Ryvers (age 38), chief butler of England, and Thomas Stanley of Stanley (age 43), steward of the household, and William Hastynges of Hastynges (age 47), chamberlain of the household, knights. By p.s.

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17 Feb 1478. Grant for life to Richard Ferrers of the off of steward of lordship Westminster, of Fawnhope, co. Hereford, in the king's hands by reason of the minority of Edward (age 2) son of George, late duke of Clarence (age 28), with the accustomed fees. By p.s.

Note. The date here somewhat confusing since George York 1st Duke of Clarence (age 28) wasn't executed until a day later on 18 Feb 1478.

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21 Feb 1478. Grant for life to Robert Pemberton (age 34), one of the ushers of the king's Westminster chamber, of the office of steward of the lordship of Neuport Paynell [Map], in the king's hands by the forfeiture of George, late duke of Clarence (deceased), receiving the accustomed fees from the issues of the lordship, with all other profits. By K.

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02 Mar 1478. Grant for life to the king's counsellor John Audeley, lord Audeley (age 52), of the office of steward of all lordships, manors and lands in the county of Dorset late of George, late duke of Clarence (deceased), and in the king's hands by his forfeiture, with 20 marks yearly from the issues of the lordship of Halisbere, co. Dorset; grant to him, during minority, of the office of steward of all lordships, manors and lands in the said county in the king's hands by reason of the minority of Edward (age 3), son of the said George (deceased), with 10 marks yearly from the issues of the premises; and grant to him for life of the office of constable and the custody of the castle of Warden and the office of constable and the custody of the castle of Corffe, with the accustomed fees from the issues of the king's lordships there and all other profits. By p.s.

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03 Mar 1478. Grant to the king's servant Thomas Patyngeham, one of the yeomen of the king's chamber, of the offices of bailiff of the king's lordships of Walsale, Perybarre and Patyngeham and the custody of the park of Walsale in the counties of Stafford and Warwick during the minority of Edward (age 3), son and heir of George, late duke of Clarence (deceased), with the accustomed fees from the issues of the lordships and all other profits. By p.s.

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17 Jun 1478. Grant to Simon Mountfort, knight, of the custody of all lordships, manors, lands, rents, services and other posessions, with knights' fees and advowsons late of Thomas Burdet, esquire, tenant in chief, during the minority of Nicholas his son and heir, and the custody and marriage of the latter without disparagement. By p.s.

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20 Jun 1478. Declaration that Robert, Bishop of  Bath and Wells (age 58), has been faithful to Westminster, the king and done nothing contrary to his oath of fealty, as he has shown before the king and certain lords; and general pardon to him.

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15 Feb 1481. Whereas Thomas, Abbot of the monastery of St. Mary by the walls Westminster. of the city of York, lately held of Thomas, cardinal archbishop of Canterbury, Richard, Bishop of Salisbury, Robert, Bishop of  Bath and Wells (age 61), Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln, William Dudley, Bishop of Durham, late dean of the king's chapel, John Russell, Bishop of Rochester, keeper of the privy seal, Henry, Earl of Essex, Anthony, earl Ryvers, William Hastynges, lord of Hastynges, John, lord Dynham, Thomas Burghe, knight, William Parre, knight, Thomas Mongomery, knight, Master John Gun- thorpe, clerk, and William Huse at fee farm the manor of Whitgift and certain other lands in Rednesse, Huke and Swynflete, certain acres of moor in Inglesmore in Mersshelond and 20 of marsh land in Ayrmyn, co. York, at a rent of 200 marks yearly, which rent was parcel of the duchy of Lancaster, they being seised of the premises among other things to the king's use by virtue of an estate made to them and William, late Bishop of Ely, and Richard Fowler, deceased, in Parliament at Westminster and by an act in that Parliament on 23 February, 14 Edward IV, and the abbot and convent granted to the king and his heirs the advowson of the parish church of Boston, co. Lincoln, and at the king's instance granted to the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England an annuity of 361. during the life of Roger Chesshire, now rector of the said church, and bound themselves to the said prior in 2101. that within a quarter of a year of the death of the said rector they would release to the prior and brethren of the said Hospital a yearly pension of 81. which they have from the said church and grant to them all lands which they have in the town of Boston, with the exception of the hospital of St. John and all lands parcel of it, and the said archbishop and others at the king's request by a writing here recited dated 21 January, 18 Edward IV, sealed with their own seal and the seal of the duchy, have in recompence released to them 80 marks yearly out of the said fee farm of 200 marks and confirmed their estate in the said manor and other premises, the king confirms the same. By p.s.