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E 135/15/22 Exchequer, Miscellaneous Ecclesiastical Documents, Marriage of William and Eleanor Picton, 1379

E 178/6972 PEMBROKESHIRE: Poyston, in Rudbaxton Delimitation of customary lands (Leach v. Picton). 20 Geo. III (1780).

E 210/490 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Grant by David ap Howell, tanner, and Richard Taillour, of Haverford, to John Vachan, 'weyver,' Richard Willy, 'carpynder,' Roger Wilkyn, 'coriour' [corvisor (?)] of Haverford, Thomas Picton and Philip Dduy of Drechemerhill within the lordship of Haverford, husbandmen, of a burgage, and 20s. 8d. and two pounds of of wax, yearly rent, in Haverford; the burgage lying in 'le Hilstrete,' without the west gate of the town, adjoining a lane called 'Sekemanyslane,' and the said rent of wax arising from a burgage in 'le prioris Rew,' adjoining a tenement of Thomas Whith, prior of the priory of St Thomas the matyr : [ Pembr. ] 12 January, 20 Henry VII.

E 210/679 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Demise by John Picton of Carrewe [Carew], esquire, to Jevan ap David the tailor (sissoren) of Haverford, and Margaret his wife, of three parts of a burgage in Haverford adjoining a stream called 'Schitrichislake.' : [Pembr.] 4 March, 9 Henry V.

E 210/723 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Grant in tail, by John Picton, esquire, to Thomas Perrot, son of Stephen Perrot, esquire, and Alice his wife, daughter of the grantor, of all his messuages, lands, and rents &c. in Bikton in Ros [Rhos], at a yearly rent of two greyhounds (leporarios) : [ Pemb. ] Monday after the conversion of St. Paul, 9 Henry V.

E 210/1233 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Grant by Thomas son and heir of William Picton of Newburgh, to William son of Warin ap David Voil, for two years, of land lying within the precinct of the burgages of Fiscard, called 'Tyr Roys.' : [ Pembr. ] Michaelmas day, A.D. 1344.

E 210/1290 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Grant by Agnes Picton, late the wife of Walter Neste, to Philip Lloid, chaplain, of a messuage in Haverford, in 'le Marketstret.' : [Pembr.] Thursday after St. Ambrose, 6 Henry V.

E 210/1570 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Perrot, esquire to John Perrot his brother : Letter of attorney to Rees Vachan and Thomas Picton to deliver seisin of his lands, etc., in the barony of Llanstephan : Carm. 2 Edward IV.

E 210/1640 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Picton to Stephen le Hock : Burgage in Newport ( Novus Burgus ). Deed poll reciting a feoffment (Pemb. ) 1362.

E 210/2345 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Picton son of William Picton to Walter Seuer of Hamlaston : Lease, indented, of a plot with one-third of a plough-land. Dated at Newport ( Novum in Kemeys ) : (Pemb. ) 1356.

E 210/4687 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Robert Hogekyn, John Eliot, and John Don, chaplains to John Picton, esquire: Grant, for life, of the Manors of Robeston and Nolton: (Pemb.) 20 Hen. VI.

E 210/5001 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Perrot, knight, and Joan late the wife of Lewis Waryn to John Picton and Agnes his wife: Grant, indented, of half a burgage in Bridge Street, Haverfordwest: Pemb. 25 Hen. VI.

E 210/5604 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Margaret daughter of William Peche of Newport, to William Picton, burgess of Newport: Quitclaim of a house and land, etc., at Holmes in Newport: Pemb. 5 Edw. I.

E 210/5607 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Margaret daughter of William Peche of Newport, to William Picton, burgess of Newport: Quitclaim of a house and land, etc., at Holmes in Newport: Pemb. 5 Edw. I.

E 210/5932 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, John Picton, esquire to David Kemmeys of Trescandelan in the parish of St. Nicholas in Pen Caer: Grant, indented, of a messuage and land in Trescandelan; (Pembr.) 17 Hen. VI

E 210/7151 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, John son of John Wydelock to William Picton and Eleanor his wife: Quitclaim of land in Chyrcheton, Landegonet, Heyes and Holton (Pembr.)

E 210/8015 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, John Blac(k)man, son and heir of Mabel Springhan, late (the wife of) . . . . . . . . of Newport (Novus Burgus) to William Picton, burgess of Newport: Quitclaim of half a carucate in Nevern in the Barony of Kemeys: (Pembr.) 5 Edw.II (1332)

E 210/9318 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Pictone to Philip Balyn and Agnes his wife: Demise, indented, of a burgage in Haverfordwest; (Pembr.) 38 Edw. III

E 210/10797 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Perrot, knight, and Joan late the wife of Lewis Waryn to John Picton and Agnes, his wife: Grant, indented, of half a burgage in Bridge Street, Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 25 Hen. VI (1447)

E 210/10823 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, John Picton of Carew to Philip Loyd, Rector of Herbr(andston): Grant of his lands, etc., in the Barony of Carew and the Lordship of Kemes for life (Pemb.) 4 Hen. VI

E 210/10925 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Perrot, esquire, of Eastington (in Rhoscrowther) to Joan Picton: Grant, indented, of a messuage in 'le Gotestret," Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 34 Hen. VI

E 210/10963 Exchequer, King's Remembrancer, Ancient Deeds, Series D, Thomas Vougler, merchant to John ap Thomas ap Ph[ilip], gentleman, Thomas Picton, William Smyth, and Jenkin Smyth: Grant, indented, of a tenement in Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 8 Hen. VIII (1517).

E 326/3078 Exchequer: Augmentation Office: Ancient Deeds, Series B Release by John Hogekyn, brother and heir of Robert Hogekyn, late rector of the church of St. Bridget, to John Don and John Eliot, of all his right in the Manors of Robertiston and Nolton, the reversion of which Thomas Perrot, knight, and Alice his late wife had granted, by a fine levied in the court of Roland Leynthale, Lord of Haverford, at Haverford in presence of Henry Wogan, knight, Steward of Haverford, on Wednesday the Feast of Perpetua and Felicitas, the Martyrs, 20 Henry VI, to Robert Hogekyn aforesaid and the said John Don, Rector of the church of Landegon, and John Eliot, vicar of St. ----- 20 October 32 Henry VI.

E 210/1508 William Perrot to John Walkyn and John Hill, clerks, and David Thomas : All his lands in the county of Pembroke and the lordships of Haverford and Pebidiauk : Pemb.

E 210/1630 Jewan ap Gruffith ap Jewan ap Deau and Guerys daughter of Jewan ap Meylir his wife to William Piccethon [Picton], burgess of Newport ( Novo Burgo ) : ' Menythmelyn ' : ( Pemb. ), 1317.

E 210/1635 Philip de Pyketon to William Cendell and Joan his wife : Haverfordwest ( bond for conveyance of lands, etc. ) : ( Pemb. ) 1337.

E 210/1728 Thomas Perrot to William Waryn, John Eliot, vicar of Castlemartin, and others : Pebidiauk : ( Pemb. ) 2 Edward IV.

E 210/1731 William son and heir of Thomas Perrot, esquire to John Walkyn and John Hill, clerks, and David ap Thomas his servant : Manors of Haverfordwest and Pebidiauk : ( Pemb. ) 15 Edward IV.

E 210/1745 Henry ap David ap Guyon to Thomas Pyketun : Land in the fee of Menethmelyn in the barony of Kemmeys : ( Pemb. ) 1334.

E 210/1939 Philip ap Howell ap Jevan Dew to William Perrot, of Haroldston : Lands in Treffegwynt Issa within the lordship of Pebidiauk, and in Treffeseisylth ap Conryk within the same lordship : ( Pemb. ) 19 Edward IV.

E 210/1956 William son of John Thomas, of Newport ( Novo Burgo ) to William Piccethon : An acre by St. David's Chapel and land by St. Mary's Bridge [ in Newport. ] : ( Pemb. ) 1316.

E 210/2265 Rhys . . . . . . . . to William Piccethon of Newport ( Novo Burgo ) : Lease, indented, of land and wood in ' Talleronock ' : ( Pemb. ) Not dated.

E 210/2329/( i ) John de Castro to Mabel his daughter, Stephen Perrot, and their heirs : Grant of a messuage and land in West Popton and two messuages and land ( including the reversion of land which Agnes de Popeton holds in dowry ) and half a water-mill in East Popton : ( Pemb. 1296.

E 210/2329/( ii ) John de Castro to Mabel his daughter, Stephen Perrot, and their heirs : Grant of the above lands ( copy of a final concord ) : ( Pemb. ) 25 Edw. I.

E 210/2379 Appointment by William Perrot, esquire, of John Eymyn, steward, to hold his court of Gardeklich : ( Pemb. ) 14 or 15 Hen. VII.

E 210/2417 John Howel, chaplain to Stephen Perotte and Ellen his wife : Grant, for the life of Sir John Wogan, knight, of his lands, in the lordship of Amlaston, Reynerston, and Woodstock : (Pemb. ) 1393.

E 210/2666 William Hubert alias Hogekyn, brother and heir of Robert Hogekyn, clerk to William Perrot : Release of his right in the manors of Robeston ( Robertiston ) and Nolton : (Pemb.) 14 Edw. IV.

E 210/2669 Thomas Perrot of Haroldston, esquire to David Thomas, vicar : Grant, for life, of two messuages and land in Kanaghan Newyth in the Lordship of Pebidiauk : ( Pemb. ) 14 Edw. IV.

E 210/2697 William P[ errot ] son and heir of Thomas P[ errot ], esquire to Isabel late the wife of the said Thomas : Grant, indented, of lands, etc., in Carew, Hogges. . . . . . . . , in the district of Manorbier, the lordship of Walwaynstoft, and various places in the barony of Kemes : Pemb. 14 Edw. IV.

E 210/2700 William Hubert alias Hochekyn, brother and heir of Thomas Hochekyn to William Perrot, son of Thomas Perrot, esquire, clerk : Grant of all his messuages, lands, etc., in the county : Pemb. . . Edw [ IV. ]

E 210/2728 John Eliot, clerk to John Perrot, son of Thomas Perrot, knight : Lands, etc., in Woodstock, Verthyngeshoke, Clarbeston, Wallis, Skolloke, Ambleston, Reyneston, Heyoke, and Maynereshoke ( appointment of attorneys to deliver seisin ) : Pemb. 2 Edw. IV.

E 210/2967 Griffin son of John Veyr to William Pictun, burgess of Newport ( Novo Burgo ) : Assignment of land at Lanwaran and Mellytref in Penker in the fee ( tenemento ) of Pebid[ iauk ] : ( Pemb. )

E 210/3086 Adam the Dyer, son of Maurice to William Piketone : Grant, in free marriage with Amy his daughter, of a burgage in Haverford[ west ] : ( Pemb. )

E 210/3259 Thomas Leg, burgess of Haverford[ west ] to Adam styled ' the Dyer ' burgess of Newport ( Novo Burgo ) in Kemes : Grant of rents from burgages in Haverford[ west ] : ( Pemb. )

E 210/4038 Thomas Perrot, esquire to William Waryn, John Eliot, Vicar of Castlemartin, and others : Grant of his lands, etc., in the lordship of Haverfordwest and the county of Pembroke : Pemb. 2 Edw. IV.

E 210/4066 Thomas Perrot, knight to Richard Wyriot, son of Thomas Wyriot, esquire, and Ellen daughter of the said Thomas Perrot : Grant, indented, intail, of his messuages, lands, etc., in Eastington ( Ethyngiston ), [ in Rhoscrowther], and Osbaston : Pemb. 32 Hen. VI.

E 210/4314 Henry Dowstowe, merchant of Haverfordwest to John Lawrence, clerk : Release of his right in 3 messuages in Haverfordwest : ( Pemb. ) 27 Hen. VI.

E 210/4351 William Laurence, cordwainer, and Jevan Tolous, tailor to Henry Dowstowe, merchant : Release of their right in three messuages on the hill of St. Thomas the Martyr, Haverfordwest : ( Pemb. )

E 210/4365 John Hoggekyne, merchant to Elizabeth late the wife of John Perrot, esquire : Grant of the lands, etc., which came to him by the death of Robert Hoggekyn, clerk, his brother, in Capriston, Bikton, Sutton, and Trebrane in the lordship of Haverford : ( Pemb. 37 Hen. VI.

E 210/4396 Appointment by Thomas Perrot, knight, of attorneys to deliver to Richard Wyriot, son of Thomas Wyriot, esquire, and Ellen Perrot his...., seisin of his messuages in Eastington and Osbaston: Pemb.

E 210/4684 Thomas Perot, esquire, brother and heir of Robert Perot, esquire to William Stradling, clerk, and John Lloid, esquire: Appointment as attornies to enter on lands, etc., late of Owen Perot, knight, his father, and the said Robert: Pemb. 18 Hen. VIII.

E 210/4685 Hugh Wyse to thomas Sturmyn of Haroldston: Grant of messuages and land in Nolton, Wyknysmor, and Rosemarket: (Pemb.) 11 Hen. IV.

E 210/4686 John ap Oweyne to Stephen Perrot and Ellen his wife: Release of his right in the land which the grantees held in the lordships of Dowesland and Dungledy: (Pemb.) 20 Ric. II.

E 210/4746 Thomas Perrot, esquire to John Perrot his brother, and others: Appointment of attorneys to deliver seisin of his lands, etc., in the county of Pembroke, the lordships of Haverford and Pebidiauk, and the county of Carmarthen: Pemb, Carm. 3 Edw. IV.

E 210/4839 William Stradlyn and William ab Oweyn, chaplains to Owen Perrot of Haroldston, knight: Quitclaim of lands in the county of Pembroke and the lordships of Haverford and Pebidiauk: Pemb. 9 Hen. VIII.

E 210/5137 William Perrot of Haroldston, esquire to Owen his son and heir: Grant of all his messuages, etc., in Tenby: Pemb. 16 Hen. VII.

E 210/4940 Richard Philipp, Rector of Angle to Thomas Perrot, esquire, and Joan his wife: Quitclaim of lands in Pembroke, Tenby, and elsewhere which the grantor had by feoffment from the trustees: Pemb. 32 Hen. VI.

E 210/4968 John Pycton of Carew to Thomas Perrot: Grant of all his messuages, etc., in Newport in Kemes, Moldgrove, Dyffryngwe..e, and elsewhere in Kemes: Pemb. 20 Hen. VI. (1442)

E 210/4993 John Eliet of Pembroke to Joan late the wife of Nicholas Carrew, knight: Appointment of attorneys to receive seisin of the manors of Carew and Angle, and the advowsons, etc., and of burgages and messuages in Tenby, Pembroke, Snelleston and Reynerescastell: Pemb. 24 Hen. VI.

E 210/5018 Isabel Lagharn, late the wife of Henry Perrot, widow, to William Perrot of Haroldston, esquire: Grant of the lands she had from Thomas Perrot, esquire, late of Haroldston, in Carveriak and Pebidiauk (Penbidiak: Pemb. 13 Hen. VII.

E 210/5025 Probate of the will of Henry Perrot. Lands in St. davids, Pebidiauk, etc.: Pemb. 1491

E 210/5656 Mary late the wife and executrix of the will of Thomas Perrott, exquire to Thomas ........ and Thomas [? Phillips]: Lease, indented, of mills at Haverford[west]: Pemb. 23 Hen. VIII.

E 210/5692 Thomas Perrot, esquire, son of Thomas Perrot, esquire to Henry Wogan, esquire, son of Henry Wogan, knight, and Richard son of William Mathon: Grant of land, etc., in Haverford[west] which he had by the gift of Thomas Wogan: Pemb. 19 Hen. VI.


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