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Quitclaim

Margaret de Blyton and Isabella de Normanton, to William de Burgoyn of Balne, Agnes his wife, and the heirs and assigns of William.All rights of lordship and lands in Balne, Polyngton, Hek, Whitlay, and Egburgh which the grantors had of the feoffm...

Feoffment

Henry de Schirwode, William son of John Marschall of Rawcliffe, chaplain, and John Marschall of Rawcliffe.a. to Aveline de Layborne, Katherine daughter of Richard de Snayth, and the descendants of Katherine.Reversion of a moiety of a capital messu...

Feoffment

Walter Wyndsour, vicar of the church at Lincoln; Henry Bell of Browghton, Thomas Clerk of the church of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln, John Richer of Snayth, chaplain; to William Burgoyn of Balne, Agnes his wife, and the heirs and assigns of ...

Probate

The records in this section represent the probate material that was passed to the District Probate Registry in York when probate became a civil matter in 1858. The transfer of material took place in 1886 – some years after the Diocesan courts ceas...

Church of England, Diocese of York

Summa Collationum sive Communiloquium

Text from the Summa Collationum sive Communiloquium by John of Wales (Johannes Guallensis). First line 1r: ad u(r)sinis ei plus p(ro)dest alio(ru)m toleran. First line 1v: quilla collocatur . Et ibi b(e)n(e) de hoc .( (est).Physical Descriptio...

Feoffment

12 January 1392/3.John de Heton of Mirfield, and William de Heton; Roger Burgoyn.Land called Laydiland in Balne, with the woods and 2 houses thereon, formerly held by Henry de Grene.For 16/- per annum during lifetime of Roger, with 20 days grace b...

Bedford Deeds

  • BED
  • fonds
  • 1393-1691

Grant of the manor of Heck in the parish of Snaith, 1393; lease of a tenement and house in York, 1400; lease of a messuage and land in Bilborough, 1529/30; notification of sale of land by Bailiff of Jersey, 1646; bargain and sale of land at Alne, ...

Bedford, Olive M., fl 1971

Parish records of York, St Margaret, Walmgate

  • PR/Y/MARG
  • fonds
  • 1394-1977

Includes register of christenings, 1558-1970 (note this register uses the Dade registration scheme for the years 1784-1803); register of marriages, 1558-1973; register of burials, 1558-1854 (note this register uses the Dade registration scheme for...

Church of England, York, St. Margaret, Walmgate, parish

Acquittance

John Daunay; William de Burgoyn.Daunay had granted certain lands in Cowick and Pollington to Burgoyn, in return for a rose at the feast of St John the Baptist each year. Burgoyn is excused services for the lands.Wit: Thomas Dilcock, Richard Litste...

Raymond Burton Archive

  • RBU
  • fonds
  • 1399-1974

Deeds, probate documents, accounts, letters, diaries and other papers concerning individuals and families in Yorkshire, 1587- 1880, including Rycharde Jackson, 1587-1588; Lord Scrope of Bolton, 1602; John van den Bempde of Hackness Hall, 1631-c.17...

Burton, Raymond Montague, 1917-2011, benefactor of the University of York

Fragments and bindings

  • UL16
  • fonds
  • [15th century]-1982

Leaf from the 'Polychronicon' by Ranulphus Higden, [15th-17th century]; leaf from paper book with heading of rolls of the court of the Isle of Man for the year to Michaelmas 1605, [1605]; partial paper leaf containing a list of names and...

Borthwick Institute for Archives, University of York

Bible

Leaf from Latin vulgate text containing the Gospel of Luke, chapter 22.11-71 and 23.1-5. First complete line 1r: (et) dicetis patrifamilias domus. First complete line 1v: inuenit eos dormientes p(rae) triesti.Physical Description: Single parc...

Book of Hours

Leaf from a Book of Hours. Contains the beginning of the Office of the Blessed Mary for Prime with Psalm 53. First line 1r: Deus in ad prima(m). First line 1v: auribus p(er)cipe verba oris mei Q(uonia)m.Physical Description: Fine parchment, ...

Antiphonal

Leaf from Antiphonal containing the Sanctus and Alma chorus domini hymns. First line 1r: ac mediator Agnus ouis vitulus serpe(n)s. First line 1v: Benedictus qui venit in nomine do[mini].Physical Description: Parchment with minor darkening and...

Missal

Text from the Canon of the Mass; possibly written in the southern Netherlands or Rhineland. First line 1r: Te igitur clementissime. First line 1v: tibi fides cognita est . et nota devoti.

Postilla super Epistolas Pauli

Piece from Hugh of St. Cher's Postilla super Epistolas Pauli. Contains the end of the prologue and the opening of Romans. Written in England; this fragment taken from a binding with the pressmark D.D.3.

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