- 24 May 1550 (Creation)
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John (Dudley), Earl of Warwick, K.G., Viscount Lisle, Grand Master of the King's Household; Francis Jobson, Kt., and Elizabeth his wife.
Grange, farm, tenement and hereditament of Mowethorpe, at Mowethorpe, Yorks, now or late in tenure or occupation of Silvester Todde, and lately belonging to the Monastery of Malton now dissolved, with all rights and appurtenances in Mowethorpe, Kyrkeby, and Grindalythe; late cell and priory of Snaith in totality, commonly called `the Priory of Snayth', lately belonging to the monastery of Selby now dissolved, with all manors, etc.
Warwick had them by Letters Patent under the Great Seal from King Edward VI, dated 20th May 1550.
To hold of the Crown as 1 knight's fee, paying annually 20/- for the grange of Mowethorpe, and 24/- for the Priory of Snaith, the money to go to the Court of Augmentations. Warwick appoints Walter Jobson and Cornelius Yelyson as attorneys.