Document ReferenceMi D 340
TitleLease, Sir Roger de Morteyn to Richard de Willoughby junior. Location: Cossall, Nottinghamshire
Date Of Creation12 March 1312
Content DescriptionRoger de Morteyn demises to Richard de Wyluby, junior the manor of Cossall with its appurtenances and with 'housbote' and 'haybote' in his wood of Cossall Lount by the view of his 'wodewarde' except for his coal mine 'minero carbonum' and court of freemen and the heriots and ransoms for the lands of the freemen and bondmen.

Terms: To be held by Richard Wyluby for his whole life of Roger Morteyn, paying annually £4 for the whole of Roger's life, half at Michaelmas and the other half at the following Easter.

Date: Sunday next before Palm Sunday, 5 Edward II

Witness: Cossall (Cossale), Adam de, fl 1312 & Cossall, Robert de, fl 1312 (son of Adam de Cossall 'Cossale') & Brinsley (Brunnesley), Roger de, fl 1312 & Martel, Richard, fl 1312 (of Chilwell) & Awsworth (Aldesworthe), John de, fl 1312
coal mining
Physical DescriptionGreen wax; seal of grantor (fragment)
Parchment 21.3 x 8.7 cms; tag seal (small mutilated fragment); endorsed by unidentified late 17c hand.
ConditionGood; 2 strips of vertical staining
Related MaterialMi LM 13 p 95
Publication NoteReport on the Manuscripts of Lord Middleton, ed. W.H. Stevenson, M.A. (H.M.C., 1911) p 87
English translation

Click the links below to view related place indexes

CodePlace name
    Powered by CalmView© 2008-2018