Document 1. 1295
Charter of Matilda, wife of the late Hendry Fitz Alan of Jolby, granting to John, son of Robert Langen [Langer?] of Jolby and his heirs and assigns, all right and claim in the third part of two pieces of land in Jolby. One piece lies on le Milnedam (sic) flat between the land of Alexander FitzJohn of Jolby and that of Henry Kyrkeman of Halnaby, and the other lies on DuWath [?] flat between Geoffrey Fitz Senel [Lenel?] and the aforesaid [... ms torn and discoloured]. 17 July 1295.
Document 2. 1300
Charter of Margaret, daughter of Henry the Reeve, widow, granting to John de Oxhendale, one acre of land in Jolby, namely on rood at Rogerpites & [8?] a half,, & [8?] at Depmire half a rood & in le Flasckes [?] one rood & a half, & one acre at le Merdit, one rood & a half at le Millendame (sic) flat, one rood of meadow in Dyyat (sic), & one acre of land, one rood in another place, namely 3 roods abutting on the moor, & at Smertonmire half an acre.
Document 3. 1422
Let men present and future know that I, Robert Brandson of Blackwell, have given, granted, and by this my present charter confirmed, to Robert Playce and his heirs, 2 strips of ploughland, and half a strip of ploughland on le Hirdgailethorne, a broad strip of ploughland on le [blank], and a short broad strip of ploughland in le Flasch, with their appurtenances, in the town and district of Jolby, lying near the land which the said Robert Playce acquired from John Peresson of Croft, my partner. To have and hold all my aforesaid lands and tenements in Jolby, together with all the other lands and tenements with I have in the aforesaid town of Jolby, to the aforesaid Robert Playce, his heirs and assigns, of the chief lords of that fee, by the services due and by right accustomed therefor for ever. And I indeed, the aforesaid Robert Brandson, and my heirs, will warrant and defend all my aforesaid lands and tenements with their appurtenances in the aforesaid town of Jolby, to the aforesaid Roberty Playce, his heirs and assigns, against all men for ever, by the presents. In testimony of which I have appended my seal to this my present charter. These are witnesses: Henry Brotherwik, Hugh Maunsell, John Blakman, junior, John Jacson, son of John Jacson, Robert Dak, William Ellerbek, and others. Given at Halnaby on Wednesday next after the feast of the Lord's Epiphany in the 9th year of the reign of King Henry V after the conquest of England. [7 January 1422].
Document 4. ????
Sciant presentes et futuri, quod ego Jurdanus filius Henrici de Saltmarisco de Snayth dedi concessi et hac presenti /
Let all present and future know, that I Jordan son of Henry de Saltmarisco (Saltmarsh) of Snaith have given, granted and by this my present charter confirmed to John son of Matilda de Snayth~ and his heirs and his assigns for a certain sum of money, which he gave by his hand in entry payment, one perch width of meadow in the northern meadows of Snaith, lying between the meadow of William Perheved (Parheved) on the east and the meadow late of Noneslike on the west, abutting the Aire at one end and Mideldik~ at the other. To hold and to ho have to the same John and his heirs and his assigns from the chief lord of that fee, in fee and heriditarily, freely, quit and wholly, well and in peace with all appurtenances relating to the said meadow by services owed and accustomed for it. And I the said Jordan and my heirs and assigns will guarantee the said perch of meadow with appurtenances to the said John and his heirs and his assigns against all men in perpetuity and in all ways clearly de fend. In witness of which thing I the said Jordan to this present charter have set my seal. These men having been witnesses, Laurence de Heck~, William de Wentworth, John de Snayth, John Warin, John Tinctor and others.
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Document 4 has been transcribed and translated by Chris Walston.
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