Selected feoffment and witness lists from the All Saints’ Deeds: a, b and c from ASB 3, Deeds, pp. 451–2; d from ibid., p. 369; e from ibid., p, 387; and f from ibid., p. 398.
Charter of feoffment, 17 December 1456
William Reynes, William Chestre and Thomas Fyler [existing feoffees, extend the status] to Sir Maurice Hardwyke, perpetual vicar of All Saints’, William Isgar, John Leynell, Richard Warde, John Reynes, William Boxe, John Shop, Hugh Forster, Nicholas Baker, William Rowley, Peter Grenfeld, Thomas Warde, Philip Davy and Thomas Goolde: all the feoffors’ lands, tenements, rents, reversions and services both in the town and the suburb and in the precinct of the same.
Witnesses: Richard Hatter, Henry Chestre, Thomas Assche, William Rokys, John Horsley, Thomas Dene, Robert Core et multis aliis.
Charter of feoffment, 14 April 1516
Thomas Snygge, Thomas Davy barber, Richard Sutton and William Cornowe [existing feoffees, extend the status] to Richard Bromefeld, clerk, master of the Hospital of St John the Baptist, Thomas Pacy, John Snygg, Richard Wale, Jerome Grene, Thomas Yong, John Mauncell, John Gervys, Thomas Polsan, John Hewes, Henry Hykkyns and George Baderam: all feoffors’ lands, tenements, rents and reversions in the town and suburbs which they lately had together with John Thomas, clerk, perpetual vicar of All Saints’, Thomas Baker grocer, John Jankyn stainer, John Penke the younger, Thomas Parnaunt, Richard Stevyns, Paul James, John Bateryn, Richard Wilteshire and William Bulle, all now deceased, by demise from Peter Grenfeld by his charter.
Attorneys Robert Hanworth and Thomas Roynon. Roger Dawes mayor, Richard Abyndon and William Vaghan sheriffs.
Witnesses: John Vaghan, Richard Hoby, John Cabull, John Popley, John Rowlond et multis aliis.
Signed: Thomas Snygge.
Charter of feoffment, 29 April 1559
Pacy the elder, alderman, Mauncell grocer, John Snygge merchant and Polsam grocer, to William Yonge the elder, grocer, Roger Philpott grocer, John Pikes the elder, merchant, William Pyll grocer, William Emons the elder, grocer, Thomas Colston’, grocer, Michael Colston, Ralph Pylkynton, John Lacy mercer, David Jones barber, Thomas Phillpott, Nicholas Philpott, John Jervys merchant, Robert Yong merchant, William Yong the younger, Anthony Pyle, William Emons the younger, William Pylkyngton, William Lacy and William Courties: all lands, etc in the City, which the surviving feoffees lately had [by the preceding Charter of feoffment].