Chaucer, Thomas 1367?-1434
Most widely held works about Thomas Chaucer
Most widely held works by Thomas Chaucer
Grant, 1427, Feb. 27; 1427, January 29 ( Book )
1 edition published in 1427 in Latin and held by 1 library worldwide
Grant by Thomas Chaucer [son of Geoffrey Chaucer] and Richard Wyot to John, duke of Bedford, Ralph Crumwell, lord of Tateshale, Thomas, lord de Morlee, Henry Inglose, knight, Edmund Barry, knight, William Sponne, clerk, William Bernham, clerk, William Paston of Paston, Nicholas Appilyerd, esq., John Manning, and William Yelverton, of all their manor of Gresham with its appurtenances in Norfolk, which they, along with Thomas Walsyngham, who has released his right to them, had of the demise of Thomas Faukoner, William Crowmere, and John Barton the Elder by their charter dated the feast of S.S. Peter and Paul the Apostles [29 June], 3 Henry VI ; to hold to them and to their heirs in perpetuity from the chief lords of the fee.
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