Ref NoD-WLC/T/166
Description3 Nov. 27 Henry VI.
Robt. Rempston, late of Godlyngston, to John Homme, clerk, Walter Crawell, clerk, and John Wymond.
House with garden called le Grofe at Moulham and meadows and closes there, i.e. meadow called le Brodecroft, close called Cheddecroft, close called Moulham ys more and 2 closes called lez Piryheyes, one close called le Mulfurlang, close called Brokefurlong, meadow called Brokefurlanggysmede and virgate called le Wytheber, all of which are usually called Moulham, in parish of Swanewych [Swanage], and were formerly, inter alia, lands and tenements of John de Moulham, son and heir of William de Moulham.
Cites Robt. Rempston's charter of 21 November 13 Henry IV [1411] granting the property to Thomas Starclyff and wife Cecilia, Robert's sister, and heirs of their bodies, with reversion to Robert and heirs. Thomas and Cecilia died without issue.
Witnesses: John Borde, mayor of Corfcastell [Corfe Castle], William Atekyn, bailiff of same, Thomas Atekyn, John Canon, Thomas Deverell, John Russe. At Moulham.
Seal: R.
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