Page:Notes and Queries - Series 12 - Volume 6.djvu/153

This page needs to be proofread.


us s. vi. AI-KIT. 17, i92o.] NOTES AND QUERIES.


121


LONDON, APRIL 17, 19W


CONTENTS. No. 105.

JNOTES- \ Warwickshire Will, 121 Massinger and 'The Laws of Candy.' 122 London Coffee-houses. Taverns and Inns in the Eighteenth Century, 125-Lamartine at Bergues Russell Family Custom as Part of Rnt Sabbatical River Sand, 123 Made in Germany," 129.

^QUERIES : Marvell : ' Little T. C. in a Prospect of Flowers' Unannotated Marriages at Westminster Arms of Englishmen registered in France. 129 Count E at Bath Yaleand Hobbs Marius D'Affigny Bradshaw Lance- lot Blackburne, Archbishop of York" His Excellency " Coddington Family, Cheshire P^trograd: Monument of ^Peterthe Great Eiiglandand Scotland : the Border Line Legal Bibliography, 130 Pharmaceutical Book-Plates "William Kobert G'ossinith, "the Juvenile Actor" Belt- buckle Plat* and Motto Portrait* of Governors of Ceylon 'The Temple of the Muses' Raymond. 131 Deacon: Jenner, 1769 Stobart Family Collingwood, 132.

IBEPLIFS : Elephant and Castle, 132 Cistercian Order Cross-bearer of the University of Cambridge, 133 Fletcher of Madeley and North Wales" As dead as a door-nail "-The Pinner of Wakefleld and Battell Bridge Field 134 The Sixth Foot (Warwickshire Regiment) 135 'Anne of Geierstein 'Slates and Slate- Pencils, 136- Elizabethan Gusses Collingwood and Lawson "Cellarius" Hampshire Church Bells and their Founders, 137 Rev. Henry Coddineton Pagination Persistent Krror Lieut. -General Sharpe, 138 Aaron Baker MauleSwartvagher General James Oglethorpe 139.

TJOTES ON BOOKS : - ' Coleridge, Biographia Literaria ; Wordsworth, Prefaces and Essays on Pot-try ' ' Papers on the Roumanian People and Literature ' ' Durham University Journal."

.Notices to Correspondents.


A WARWICKSHIRE WILL.

'THIS will is mentioned by Dugdale ('War- wickshire,' p. 683), who gives a few items.

'The MS. from which this copy was made is in the possession of Mr. Ronald Holbech of Farnborough Hall, Banbury, Lord of the Manor of Fenny Compton, part of the lands

(inherited by Margery, daughter of Beaufitz. Another Farnborough deed shows that in 1530, Margery, then widow of Robert Bellyngham, granted the manor to Ric. Wyllys, gent., and Joan his wife. Some of the Willis family emigrated to America in

'the seventeenth century (Rib ton-Turner, ' Shakespeare's Land,' p. 293). The Prior of St. John's leased to Beaufitz the lands of

'the Hospitallers at Fletchamstead by the " indenture of St. John's " mentioned in the will ; he also farmed their preceptory or commandery of Temple Balsall. After Beaufitz' s death Bellingham seems to have taken over his father-in-law's lease ; at all

events there was difficulty in ejecting- him


when the Grand Prior of the order wished to install Robert Turockmorton, another tenant, and a writ was served on Bellingham in Erdington Church ( ' Victoria County Hist. Warw.,' ii. 101). Ralph, Lord Boitiler of Sudeley (Dugdale, 37), mentioned in the will, was standard-bearer of Henry VT. and Lord Treasurer of England ; his wife was Alice Deincourt (ib., 669).

In the name of Almyghty Jhesu Amen. The yere of cure lord M'CCCCLXXXVIIJ. I. John Beaufltz, being in hoole and parfite mynde. make my testament in maner and fourme following : Furst, I bequeth my sowle to Almyghty god, my maker, and to the glorious virgin, our lady saint Mary, and to all the saintys of heuyn, my bodye to be buryed in the Abbey churche of Kenelworth before the ymage of our blessed Lady in the going in of the queere doore by thadvice of John Yerdeley, Abbot there, orels where it shalbe thought by the said Abbot moost conuenient to be doon. Item, I haue delyuered to the said Abbot and Couent a basen with a Ewer of siluer to serue at the high awter by thaduyce of the said Abbot and Couent, and he all his Ivfe to pray for my sowle dayly in his masse, specially by name, and then he that saith dayly the Chapto?ir masse to pray for the sowles of Ser Rauf Butteler. lorde Sudeley, my lady Alys, his wif, and form a specially by name as long as it shall please the said Abbot and Couent. And in like wise he that shall sing our Lady masse.

Item, the said Abbot shall haue a gylte pese to the valewe of x marc' or nye by the day after my discease to' pray for me specially by name dayly in his masse during his life. And he and his brethren to assoyle me in thaire chaptowr howse.

Item, the sayde Couent shall haue X marc delyuered egally among the chanons prestes the day of my discease. And they to pray for my sowle specially by name and to assoyle me in thaire chaptour howse, wherof Ser Thomas Stretche shall haue xxs. and eche of the noves iis. iiid.

Item, the said Abbot and Conuent shall haue a basen and a Ewre of iluer, the borders gilte, to thentent that they shall finde a chanoun dayly to sing for me during the space of iiij yeres. " And he to pray for my said lorde Sudeleys sowle, my lady Alys sowle and for my sowle, spec/ally by name. And the said chanon to haue euery weke xi.irf. of the said basen and Ewre, wherof they shall take yerely of the same at the daye of myne obite to departe among powre men vjs. vi'ijd. And xiijs. iiijd. the same day to be deuyded among the Chanons by thaduyce of the said Abbot. And they to assoile me in thaire chaptour howse.

Item, I will that the said Abbot and Conuent shall haue my cloth of bawdkyn silke.

Item, I will that my Lorde of saint Johanes haue xxli. in redy money assone as I am dede to pardon me of all maner maters.

Item, the Abbot of Stonley and his Conuent shall haue 5 marc', that is to saye, xxs. to the said Abbot and the remenaunt to be deuyded among the Conuent. And they all to pray for my said lorde Sudeley, my lady Alyse sowles and for my