Document ReferenceMi 2/77/51
TitleGift in fee tail. Location: Cossall, Nottinghamshire
Date20 October 1315
Content DescriptionMonday next after Feast of St Luke, 9 Edward II, 20 October, 1315
Charter; Grant
Subject: a half tenement in Cossall
Parties: 1 Amisia, widow of Ewstace de Cossall; 2 Robert her sone
Other endorsements: title

Amice, widow of Eustace de Cossale gives to her son Robert half her holding in town of Cossall and half the buildings constructed on same and half the arable land and meadows in various locations lying in territory of Cossall, except that part of arable land and meadow which she previously conceded to her daughter Emsin which she holds from the gift and fee of her demesne lord Roger Morteyn, miles, of Cossall.

Terms: To be held by Robert and his lawfully begotten heirs making capital demesne fee save foreign service of the king.

Date: Monday next after Feast of St. Luke, 9 Edward II

Witness: Willoughby (Wyluby), Richard de, dominus, fl 1315 (of Cossall), Cossall (Cossale), William de, fl 1315 (son of Adam de Cossale), Everard, John (sen), fl 1315, Everard, John (jun), fl 1315, Robert, fl 1315 (son of Hugo de Cossall), Richard, fl 1315 (son of Bate de Cossall)
Termwomen proprietors
Physical DescriptionSeals missing; Tag seal (latter missing). Medieval endorsement, also endorsed by John Ray.
Related MaterialMi Dc 2 No.86
Related RecordMiAX/Dc/2
Publication NoteThoroton Society Record Series, vol 8 (1940) 'Newstead Priory cartulary, 1344' p 87
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