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Grant: Robert Stillington et al.

Grant by Robert [Stillington], Bishop of Bath and Wells, Sir Reginald Bray, Sir William Hody, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and Richard Page, by licence of the King [Henry VII] given by letters patent of 10 November 1490, to Richard [Hill], Bishop of London, and Richard Skypton, clerk, of [lands in Devon and Somerset] with letters of attorney to Hugh Oldeham, clerk, John Jakson and Nicholas Compton.

Grant: Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury

Grant by Lady Margaret under licence of 22 May 1472 by the king [Edward IV] to Thomas [Bourchier], Cardinal and Archbishop of Canterbury, Robert [Stillington], Bishop of Bath and Wells, William [Waynflete], Bishop of Winchester, John [Booth], Bishop of Exeter, John [Stafford], Earl of Wiltshire, the King's kinsman, Sir Walter Blound, Lord Mountjoy, Master Owin Lloyd, clerk, John Catesby, serjeant at law, Richard Page, William Hody and Reginald Bray, gentlemen, to hold at her will as to the profits of the lands following, viz Martok, Cory Revell, Kingsbury Regis, Camel Reginae with apputer[enances] in Somerste, hundreds of Bulston, Abdyke and Horethorn with appurt[enances] in [the] same, towns [burgi, burghs] of Langport Estover and Langport Westover with appurt[enances] in the same, manors of Sampford Peverell and Aller Peverell with appurt[enances] in Devon, town of Sampford Peverell and hundred of Alberton also in Devon, with knights' fees, advowsons liberties etc, as of the King in chief; grant to her attorneys John Gilbert, gentleman, Peter WilliamsonJohnson [sic], Thomas Larder, John Jenyn, John Burgeys to deliver seisin to the grantees; witnessed by Sir William Stourton, Lord Stourton, Sir John Dynham, Lord Dynham, Reginald Stourton, William Poulet, Sir John [N]enton, Philip Beaumont, William Carant, Thomas Malet, Robert Stowell, etc.

Endorsed: enrolled dorse of close roll. Jan 19 Henry VII

Letters Patent: Henry VII

Letters patent of Henry VII, granting manors in Devon, Somerset, Lincolnshire, Lancashire, Westmoreland, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Northamptonshire, Dorset, South Wales and property in London to his mother Margaret, Countess of Richmond.
Westminster, 22 March 1486/7

Henry VII, King of England

Letters of attorney: John Gilbert et al

Letters of attorney from Richard [Hill], Bishop of London, and Richard Skypton, clerk to John Gilbert, William Assheley, William Jenney and Thomas Bury, to take seisin of lands in Devon and Somerset from Robert [Stillington], Bishop of Bath and Wells, Sir Reginald Brary, Sir William Hody, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and Richard Page.