13 Edward IV
Charter of confirmation.
(1) Alice, late the wife of Nicholas Cornewe, esq., and daughter of Thomas Beaumont, knight.
(2) John Denys, John Reigne, and John Incledene.
Manors of Heanton Punchardon and Ashford, the manors of Frampton Cotterell and Yeate (Gloucs)., (all conveyed to (2) by Philip Beaumont), lands and manors in Womblegh, Hunshaw, Bearford, Uplowman, Gittisham, and Rydelcomb (all in Devon), and in Wick, Bishop's Lydeard, and Hoccombe (Somerset), (all granted to Philip Beaumont, John Denys, and John Reigne by John Pollard), the manors of Marsh, Saunton, Lanncars, and East Haggington [in Berrymarbor], and lands in Putford, Godeton, Knighton, Hele, Rouestokhay, Tedburn St. Mary, Torridge, [in Plympton St. Mary], Stockey [in Meeth], Widefield [in Inwardleigh], Peters Marland, Upcott, Snellard, Ashridge, Dodscott [in St. Giles], Curtisknowle [in Diptford] Ashmansworthy [in Woolfardisworthy], East Stroxworthy [in Woolfardisworthy], Langelegh, Westcote, Allercomb [in Rockbeare] Heleponer, Pilton, Bradford, Lycheton, Stoke Rivers, Loxhore, Tottyscomb, Overtrewyn, Ashwater, Lyn, Gorehill,
Berneford, and Braunton, and lands in ancient demesne in Braunton, Buckland Dynham, Buckland Brewer, Coffins Heanton, [in Lynton], Thorne, Sprecott, Hole, Ellewill, Luppincott [in Alverdiscott], Brownsland [in Bow], Shaftsborough [in Mortehoe], Trylleburgh, Alexanderhayes [in Hemyock], Newport Episcopi, Goodleigh, Mortehoe, Hunscott, Blagaton, Morecombe, Mokkeworthy, and Goreworthy, (all in Devon) and the manors of Frampton Cotterell, and Sandhurst, and lands in Ablington, Weston Brit, Pulton, and Culverdene (all in Gloucs)., and the manors of Widcombe, Elworthy, Brompton Ralph, Bradney, Pylle, and Oare (all in Somerset), the manors of Asserton and Calstone (Wilts), the manor of Knighton (Dorset), the manor of Shrivenham with the hundred of Stalpitt (Berks), and the manors of Lanteglos by Fowey, Polruan, Fawyton, and Trevyleas (in Cornwall), (all granted to (2) by Philip Beaumont).
Clause of Warranty against Richard Towton, Abbot of Hartland, and his successors.