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Grant: Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham

Grant by Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham [and] Earl of Hertford, Stafford and Northampton, by royal licence to Thomas [Bourchier], Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas [Rotherham], Archbishop of York, John [Morton], Bishop of Ely, William [Dudley], Bishop of Durham, John [Hales], Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, John [Russell], Bishop of Lincoln, Henry [Bourchier], Earl of Essex, William, Lord Hastyngs, John, Lord Howard, Walter, Lord Ferres, Sir William Knyvet, Sir Richard Chok, Sir Guy Fayrfax, Richard Pygot and John Catesby, serjeant at law, John Jeffery,clerk, William Catesby, William Paston, John Denton, William Harpour, Richard Harpour, John Broun, Richard Isham and Andrew Dymmok, of the manors of Hatfeld Regis, Writtel and Boyton, in the hundreds of Ongre and Harlow in the county of Essex, and the manors of Thornbury, Gloucestershire, Rothwell, Northamptonshire, held in chief of the King [Edward IV].
26 February 1480/1

Stafford, Henry, 2nd Duke of Buckingham

Petition: Sir Robert Southwell

Petition (undated), Sir Robert Southwell to the executors of Lady Margaret Beaufort, asking compensation for losing a wardship wrongly adjudged to be of a fee held of the Duchy of Lancaster; Southwell had lost it through letters being addressed by the King [Henry VII] to Lady Margaret.

Southwell, Sir Robert

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

Declaration of Uses

Declaration of uses by Lady Margaret of a grant dated 22 May 1472 related to the performance of her will, namely to pay the debts of Edmund, earl of Richmond and Sir Henry Stafford her former husbands; the cost of translating the bones of Edmund out of Wales where he is buried to the abbey of Bourne, Lincolnshire and for making a tomb for Edmund and herself, and for a tomb at Plesshey, Essex where Stafford's bones lie; for the foundation of a chantry at Bourne and a chantry at Plesshey, with an income of 12 marks a year for the priests serving them; the reversion of the issues to go to her son Henry earl of Richmond

Bawessey, 2 June 1472
Seal of the Countess.
Endorsed: an olde wyll mayd and revoked by my ladyes grace
Slit through by way of cancellation.

Fell's scholars: William Fell

Receipt by William Fell for 40s. from Nicholas Metcalfe, SJC master, which sum shall be delivered to Master Morgan, Schoolmaster at Much, [Great] Bardfield,Essex, to support Fell's two scholars with him there.