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Documents relating to Hambleden and Medmenham, Buckinghamshire, in the archives of Balliol College, Oxford

NB These properties no longer belong to Balliol College.

E.12. Hambleden

1. Almaric, Earl of Gloucester, to Reginald de Benefeld, grant of land in Hamelden ca 1250

2. Robert de Molendino and Angelina his wife to Walter de Burgh, grant of annual rent from a messuage at Hamelden 1299

3. Maud de Clare, Countess of Gloucester, to Laurence de Hameldene,grant of land, etc. ca 1300

4. Richard Tokevile to Richard de Chissebeche, grant of the half of his garden and 5 acres of land in Hameldene 1315

5. Richard Tokevile to same, grant of 10 acres of land 1313

6. Richard Thokevyle to Henry Busere de Malines, grant of 2 crofts of land, etc. in Hameldene 1310

7a. Sir Laurence de Hameldene to Henry le Buskre, grant of lands, etc. in Hameldene 1302

7b. Sir Laurence de Hameldene, power of attorney to deliver seisin 1302

8. Richard Stokeville to Henry Buskre, grant of annual rent of 20d. 1309

9. Richard Stokeville to Henry Buskre, release of lands 1309

10. Henry Buskre and Richard Thokevyle, agreement concerning land at Hemeldene ca 1313

11. Richard Thokevyle to Henry de Malines, grant of a croft of land, etc 1315

12. Richard Thokevyle to Henry de Malines, grant of 7 acres of land 1314

13. Gilbert Bolle to John de Thame, grant of lands 1366

14. Sir Reginald de Malyns to William Tanner, of Chalgrove, lease of a grange, dovehouse and lands at le Borghe 1384

15. John Levying junior, to Reginald Barantyne, bond 1431

16. Richard Kentewode, Dean of St. Paul’s, etc. to Reginald Malyns, confirmation of le Burghe 1431

17. Richard Kentewode, Dean of St. Paul’s, power of attorney to deliver seisin 1431

18. Reginald Malyns and Dean of St. Paul’s, power of attorney to receive seisin 1431

19a. Reginald Malyns and Dean of St. Paul’s, power of attorney to receive seisin 1431

19b. Reginald Malyns to John Levying junior, power of attorney to deliver seisin 1431

20. John Levying junior, to Reginald Malyns, lease of le Burghe 1431

21. John Levying junior, to Reginald Malyns, lease of le Burghe 1431

22. John Levying senior to Reginald Malyns, power of attorney to deliver seisin 1431

23. Reginald Malyns and John Levyns junior, etc., power of attorney to receive siesin 1431

24. Void

25. Reginald Malyns to John Levying junior, etc. lease of lands 1431

26. John Levying, senior to John Levying junior and R. Thrugan, release of right in le Burghe 1437

27. Reginald Barantyne and John Levying junior, agreement as to arbitration on bond of £100 1431

28. John Levying junior to Drugo Barantyne, bond 1433

29. Drugo Barantyne (for Reginald Barantyne his father) to John Levying, junior, receipt for bond, etc. 1433

30. Alice widow of Reginald Malyns to John Levying junior, release of messuage and lands in Hameldene 1434

31. John Levying to Richard Fowler, etc. grant of the Boroughe, etc. 1460

32. John Levying to Richard Fowler, power of attorney to deliver seisin 1460

33. Richard Fowler, Robert Fowler of Bray, etc. to Thomas Stoner, John Devyne, etc., feoffment of the Boroughe and of a croft called Dunmere in Medmenham 1469

34a. Will of John Devyn, of Henley on Thames 1470

34b. Probate of same 1470

34c. Joan Devyne, widow, and Thomas Lute and John Lodge, power of attorney to receive seisin of the Borough, etc. 1477

34d. Thomas Lute and John Lodge to Joan Devyne, lease of the Boroughe, etc. 1477

35. Thomas Devyne to Joan Devyne, release of same 1477

36. Joan Devyne to Robert Kaynelle, grant of same 1477

37. Robert Kaynelle and Joan Devyne, power of attorney to receive seisin 1478

38. Robert Kaynelle and Joan Devyne, lease of same 1478

39. Robert Kaynell and Joan Devyne, power of attorney to deliver seisin 1478

40. Walter Bray, etc. to John Wille, lease of le Burghe, etc. 1500

41. John Wille to Thomas Mondy, lease of le Burghe etc. ca 1520

42. John Biryton to Elizabeth Leinthall, grant of le Burghe, etc. 1553

43. John Biryton to Elizabeth Leinthall, release of same 1553

44. Probate of will of John Biryton of Cobcote Oxon, (will dated 1559) 1578

45. John Atherton and Roger Beryton, fine of lands 1574

46. Richard Crispe to John Atherton, release of same 1575

47. Richard Crispe to John Atherton, bond 1575

48. William Leynthall to Robert Lee, etc., grant of same 1581

49. William Leynthal to Robert Scrope, etc., conveyance of same 1591

50. Robert Scrope, etc. and W. Leynthall, fine of same 1591

51. John Atherton to Sir Nicholas Bacon, Nathaniel Bacon, Edmund Tavernor etc., feoffment of same 1603

52. Sir Nicholas Bacon, etc. to Edmund Taverner, feoffment of the Borough, etc. 1600

53. John Atherton and Sir Nicholas Bacon, Nathaniel Bacon, etc., indenture of covenants 1602

54. George Popham to Sir Nicholas Bacon, etc. bond 1602

55. John Atherton to Sir Nicholas Bacon, etc., release of the Borough 1602

56. John Atherton to Sir Nicholas Bacon, conveyance of same 1602

57. Thomas Barkerfielde to Sir Nicholas Bacon etc., release of same 1602

58. Thomas Barkerfielde to Christopher Hiller, release of all actions 1602

59a. Sir Nicholas Bacon, etc. and John Atherton, fine of messuage etc. (2 copies) 1603

60. John Allforde and Robert Saunders (for Lady Peryam), feoffment of the Burrowe 1599

61. Void

62. Dame Philadelpha Lady Scrope (for Dame Elizabeth Peryam) to Sir Nicholas Bacon and Sir Nathaniel Bacon (brothers of Lady Peryam), feoffment of Burrowe, to be settled upon some College in Oxford or Cambridge 1619

63. Licence in Mortmain to grant same to Balliol College 1620

64. Dame Elizabeth Periam (by Sir Nicholas Bacon, etc.) to Balliol College, conveyance of the Burrowe farm 1620

65a,b. Sir Nicholas Bacon, etc., lease to Dame Elizabeth Periam 1620

66. Sir Nicholas Bacon to Balliol College, grant of same 1620

67. Balliol College and Sir Nicholas Bacon, etc., power of attorney to receive seisin 1620

67c. George Archbishop of Canterbury to Balliol College, conveyance of same, for Lady Periham’s foundation 1628

67b. George, Archbishop of Canterbury, Francis Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Albans, Sir Edward Coke and Nicholas Bacon, executors of Dame Elizabeth Pyriham, to Thomas and William Hobbs, assignment of same 1621

68-70. Previously listed as void, but 69 is (Estates) Maps 21

71-73b. Old schedules of deeds

74. Map of Borough farm, Hambleden. (Estates) Maps 24 1701, see below.

75. Map of Borough farm, Hambleden. (Estates) Maps 23 1795, see below.

76. Note of deeds received by Balliol College. Not found Jan. 1993. 1620

E.13. Hambleden

1. Balliol College to William Hobbes, lease of Borough Farm 1677

2. Balliol College to William Hobbes, lease of Borough Farm 1695

3. Balliol College to William Hobbes, lease of Borough Farm 1695

4. Balliol College to William Hobbes, lease of Borough Farm 1712

5. Balliol College to William Hobbes, lease of Borough Farm 1719

6. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1726

7. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1726

8. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1733

9. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1733

10. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1741

11. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1741

12. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1748

13. Balliol College to John Hobs, lease of Borough Farm 1748

14. Balliol College to Francis Hobbs, lease of Borough Farm 1756

15. Balliol College to Francis Hobbs, lease of Borough Farm 1762

16. Balliol College to Francis Hobbs, lease of Borough Farm 1762

17. Balliol College to Francis Hobbs, lease of Borough Farm 1780

18. Balliol College to Francis Hobbs, lease of Borough Farm 1780

19. Balliol College to Francis Hobbs, lease of Borough Farm 1788

Numbers E.13.20-31 concerning Borough Farm were passed to Morrell & Son, Solicitors, 20 August 1898.

E.14. Hambleden

1. Missing

2. Particulars and valuation of Burrow Farm and woods in Hambleden and Medmenham 1813

3-5. Missing

6a. Schedule of maps and plans of Hambledon Ufton, Oddington, Wootton, Oxford, London, Suckley, Huntspill, Benton etc.

6-9. Miscellaneous letters and papers 1795-1868.

Numbers 1 and 3-5 (for details see A.0.1iii) were passed to Morrell and Son, Solicitors 1898.

Maps

E.11. 10. Map of Burrow farm, Hambleden (original). 1616

Estate Maps 21. Survey of an Estate called Burrow Farm situated in the Parishes of Hambleton and Medmenham ...... taken in the year 1795 by Rd. Davis, Lewknor, Oxon, with details of an exchange of lands. Surveyed in 1806 by William Rutt, Oxford. Marked E.12.76 (which cannot be correct), and also (E.12.69) in pencil. Coloured, with a key. 3 chains = 1 inch Roll. 70 x 120cm approx. Photograph D.24.4 Apparently a late 19th century copy as a note records that the original map ‘of which this is a copy’ was handed over to C A Scott-Murray with other documents on sale of the farm in 1898.

Estate Maps 23. The Description & Situation of Burrow = House with ye Wood and Land in the Parish of Hambleden in ye County of Bucks belonging to Sir Robert Clayton and Baliole College as it was taken by John Ricler An. 1701. With details of an exchange of law of 1795 surveyed by R. Davis, Lewknor, Oxon. 1 furlong = 3 inches Marked E.12.75. Roll. 70 x 100cm approx. Photograph D.24.4

Estate Maps 24. Burrow Farm by Richard Comely. Marked E.12.74. ‘Original’. ‘Mutilated’ Roll. Photograph D.24.4

- Anna Sander


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