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(26). Grant to Patrick Bermyngham, Chief Justice; of custody of the
lands, and of marriage of the heir of Walter Bathe, late of Laundeston,
county Dublin. — 28 February, xiii.
(27). Grant to John Walop, knight; of the offi ces of constable of the
castle, and receiver and bailiff of the lordship of Trym, lately held
by John Rocheford, gentleman. To hold for thirty years, rendering an
account to the Exchequer, with a fee of £10 for the constableship, and
the usual fees for the receivership. — 1 March, xiii.
(28). Grant to Thomas Darcy, rector of Houth; of the office of clerk
or keeper of the rolls of Chancery. To hold during pleasure, with a
fee of £20 of silver out of the issues of the manor of Eskyr. — 7
(29). Grant to Rees ap Davyd; of the office of controller of the
customs of Drogheda. To hold for life, with a fee of 10 marks
sterling. — 20 November, xiiii.
(3). License to James Sheffeld, prebendary of Wyklo, and vicar of
Donshaghlyn; for absence from Ireland for three years. — 1 April, xv.
(2). License to John Triguran, archdeacon of Kells, prebendary of
Kilmatalway, and custos of the hospital of St. Stephen; for absence
from Ireland for two months. — 30 May, xvi.
(30). Grant to Lewis Busshe, yeoman of the guard; of the offi ce of
serjeantat-arms. To hold for life, with such fees as John Dullard had
out of the rents of the manor of Cromlyn. — 15 July, xvi.
(170). License for Nicholas [ ] Cowley, Thomas Stewns, and Christopher
White; to trade between Gascony and Ireland for one year. — 21
(481). Grant to the warden and convent of the friars minors observants
in Trym; of land called the parke of Trym, valued at 20s. sterling a
year. To hold for ever, in pure alms, without account. — 9 August,
(172). License to Thomas Geralde, rector of Cloghran-Swerdes; for
absence from Ireland for seven years — No date. (1 November, xvii. in
Record Commissioners Catalogue.)
(171). Grant to Robert Cowley, of Dublin, merchant; of the fees of
Galwey, which Stephan Lynche, son of Dominic Lynche, of Galwaye,
lately received, viz.: — 2s. sterling for every last of hides shipped
To hold for thirty years without account, unless the fees shall exceed
£8 sterling by the year, when he must account for such excess; also
the office of gauger of all Ireland (not to be exercised in the
counties of Dublin, Kildare, Meath, and Uriel, commonly called the
English Pale), with a fee of 4d. of silver for each ton of wine or
honey. To hold for thirty years without account. — 26 February, xvii.
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(326). Pardon of Robert Plunket, to Kentystown, county Meath, lord of
Dunsany; especially for his assistance to Charles Modder O’Reyly, in
the depredation of the town of Kylskyrr, county Meath. — 21 June,
(173). Grant to Richard Neugent, knight, Baron of Delwyn; of the
manors of Belegarde and Fovyr, county Meath. To hold for fi fty years,
at a rent of £10. — 21 September, xviii.
(31). Grant to Richard Newgent, knight, Baron of Delwyn; of custody of
the lands of Walter Newgent, late of Multifernan, and of wardship and
marriage of Thomas Nugent, his son and heir. — 10 October, xviii.
(32). Grant to John Griffith, yeoman of the guard; of the office of
searcher in the ports of Dublin, Drogheda, and Dundalk, vacant by the
death of Lewis Bushe. To hold for life, with the usual fees. — 6
(36). Grant to Edward Lencey, gentleman; of the offi ce of serjeant-at-arms.
To hold for life, with the accustomed fees payable from the issues of
the manor of Cromlyng. — 12 June, xix.
(4). Nomination of Milo, prior of the house of canons of the order of
St. Augustin of Ynysteoke; to be Bishop of Ossory. — 8 August, xix.
(407). Charter to the bailiffs and commons of the burgh of Dundalk.
Recites charter of Richard II. Grants liberty to buy, sell, and export
salted hides and other goods of the staple, and all merchan dize
growing in Ireland, or brought to Dundalk from England or other
foreign country, as fully as the men of Dublin and Drogheda may; also
to have a cocket seal as in Dublin and Drogheda. — 28 August, xix.
(406). License for the abbot and convent of the B.V.M. of Trym; to
acquire lands, &c., to the value of £20 beyond reprises. — 2
(33). Grant to James le Butler, esquire of the king’s body; of the
manors of Dyamor and Derver, county Meath. To hold for life, from the
expiration of a term of nine years, previously granted to John
Fitzgerald, knight. — 14 September, xix.
(35). Grant to William Busshe, esquire, serjeant of the king’s pantry,
and Thomas Bathe, of Dublin, gentleman (a previous grant dated 15
April, xv, to Busshe only, being cancelled); of the offi ce of chief
chamberlain of the Exchequer. To hold to them and the longest liver,
with the accustomed fees, out of the rents of the manor of Cromlyn, or
from the Exchequer. — 26 September, xix.
(34). Grant to Richard Fitzwilliam, esquire; of the offi ce of
seneschal of the manors of Newcastell by Lyonys, Eskyr, Tassagart and
Cromlyn, county Dublin. To hold for life, with the accustomed fees. —
14 October, xix.
(504). License to George Seyntleger, knight, son and heir of Anne
daughter and co-heiress of Thomas, late Earl of Ormond, and to Anne,
wife of said George; of absence from Ireland, for their lives. Also
pardon of all intrusions. — 25 June, xx.
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(37). Grant to John White; of the offi ce of serjeant-at-arms, vice
Edward Lense, deceased. To hold for life, with the accustomed fees out
of the issues of the manor of Crumlyng. — 6 July, xx.
(508). Grant to Gerald Aylmer; of the office of second justice of the
Common Bench. — [ ] September, xx. [Fiant wanting.
Contents taken from Record Commissioners Catalogue.]
(408). Grant to mayor, sheriffs, burgesses, and commonalty of
Drogheda; of a piece of ground called Myllmote, alias Windmyllmote,
with an orchard adjoining, in Drogheda. To hold for ever in fee-farm,
at a rent of 4s. — 23 February, xx.
(1). Restitution of temporalities to Edward Bishop of Meath. — 26
(325). Pardon of Bernard, or Brene O’Conghor alias O’Conor, of
Othfaly, captain of his nation. — 10 September, xxii.
(38). Grant to Richard de la Hyde; of the offi ce of chief justice of
the Common Bench. To hold during pleasure, with a fee of £20 out of
the fee-farm of the city of Dublin, and £20 out of the issues of the
counties of Meath, Dublin, and Louth, and all profi ts enjoyed by
Robert Dowdall in the same office. — 20 August, xxiv. *
(Cal. P.R., p. 5, art. 23.)
* Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland of the
reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary and Elizabeth. Vol. I. By
James Morrin, Dublin, 1861.
(39). Grant to Gerald Aylmer; of the offi ce of second justice of the
Common Bench. To hold during pleasure, with such fees as he already
had. — 23 August, xxiv.
(Cal. P.R., p. 4, art. 8.)
(41). Grant to Patrick White; of the office of second baron of the
Exchequer. To hold during pleasure, with such fees as he already had.
— 25 August, xxiv.
(Cal. P.R. p. 4. art. 15.)
(482). Grant to John Barnewell, knight, lord of Trimileston; of
Dunlwyrs alias Donlwrus, Balenebonrich alias Bwnryscheston, and
Cabraght, county Meath. To hold in tail male, at the fee-farm rent of
£6 6s.; and within four years to erect certain houses for the support
of the castle of Killyncrosse against the O’Conors. — 1 December,
(Cal. P.R., p. 7, art. 43.)
(511). Grant to Jonet Lynche of Galway, widow, and Stephen Lynche
(confirming a previous grant to said Jonet and Anthony Lynche); to
have three nets upon the water of Galway, between the bridge and the
sea, for catching salmon and other fish, one near the great stone,
another near Panrise, and the third near Porteres-place; also a mill
and bake house. To hold to them and the heirs of the body of Stephen,
remainder to the heirs of the body of Jonet; at a rent of 13s. 4d. —
15 January, xxiv