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Accounts of Sir Roger Ormeston for expenses on behalf of the Lady Margaret; includes a reference to the making of the sluice at Boston, Lincolsnhire; additionally includes a summary in fair hand of some material in the Ormeston's accounts for Coldharbour, London.
p.2: Sum totall. of alle the payments aforesaid £911.19.5. And so the said Sir Roger owith [sic] to my ladys grace £25.8.1.
pp.3-6: items bought, beginning - velvet of divers coloures and prises bought for my ladeys grace at divers tymes £141.7.6
*p.9: Memorandum payd by Roger Ormeston knight for divers neccessaries and implements to the steward [?] att Boston of my lady the Kings moder money.
Account of James Morice clerk of works to the Lady Margaret, for the manor at Collyweston, Northamptonshire; also includes accounts for building a new house at Collyweston using timber from Bourne Park, Lincolnshire and freestone. (pp.117-145)
Indulgence and admission of Thomas Kyme, generosus [gentleman], by the alderman and camerarii [chamberlains] of the gild or fraternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the church of St Bothus [Botulph] of Boston, Lincolnshire, by authority of a bull of Innocent VIII, dated 1489.
Boston, 2 April 1499
The deed is engrossed and the name has been written in.
Innocent VIII, Pope
Letter, undated, from Henry Hornby to John Fisher, concerning repairs needed at Christ's College's estates at Malton, Cambridgeshire & near Lincoln; work on the College itself & payment for an inventory of Lady Margaret's goods made by Humphrey Wallcote (Walcot).
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