Deeds for Cantlop in Berrington.
Two series of documents numbered SA6000/6681-6691 and SA6000/6592-6601. The first in each set are undated, but the handwriting suggests they are mid 13th century.
SA6000/6681 undated but probably mid-C13.
Aveline, widow of William, miller of Cantlop, grants her lands to Thomas Maweshm of Berwick in return for a payment of 20s. witnessed: Richard de Eton; Nicholas de Birinton; Rawe Bossard; Hugh son of Peter de Birinton; Robert Corbison.
John de Arundel, lord of Haberlegh grants to William Red, son of Adam Red of Hetton, lands in Cantelop previously held by Alice daughter of Wihimot and William Red, for an annual rent of 9d. witnessed: Lord John of Lea; Hugh de Wlonkeslawe; Richard of Dreiton; William Marschoc; Richard de Eton.
Hugh son of Hugh de Wlonkeslawe grants to William son of Hugh de Eton and Alice daughter of John de Byriton and their heirs, land in Cantelop previously held by Thurstan de Cantelop for an annual rent of 8/-. witnessed: John de Lee, knight; Richard de Eton; John de Biryton; Walter de Bourton; Thomas de Baskerville.
Alice daughter of Robert and widow of Hugh de Wlonkeslawe grants to Edith Basseth (mother of Agnes wife of Alice's son Hugh) land previously held from Alice by Henry son of Thurstan, by William Ruth and by a widow Cecilia, for a rent of one penny and one pair of white hawking-gloves annually. witnessed: Lord Hugh, son of Robert; Lord Richard Corbet; Lord William Hunald; Lord Peter de Heyton; Lord Roger Essprengehose; Lord Henry Bossard; Philip de Hugeford; Robert de Brocton; William Manscott; William de la Beche; Alan de Burhton; John Essprengehose.
SA6000/6593 dated 1291.
For the sum of 4/-, Hugh son of Hugh de Wlonkeslawe quitclaims to Walter de Borton all his rights in the land in Cantlop which his father Hugh de Wlonkeslawe sold to Nicholas clerk of Condover. Includes a description of the land. witnessed: William de Preston; John de Burton; Richard de Eton; Thomas de Baskervil; Richard de Mokelinton; William de Ruton of Cantlop.
SA6000/6684 27th January 1313/14.
Hugh of Wlonkeslawe grants lands in Cantlop to Nicholas son of Nicholas de Pitchford and Hugh's daughter Alice. witnessed: William of Stuche; William de Hulle (near Moreton Saye); Hugh le Say; John de Biriton; Walter de Burton; Richard de Eton; Thurstan de Pitchford.
SA6000/6685 9th June 1333.
William son of Hugh de Cantlop grants land in Cantlop to his son John and John's wife Alice. He had bought land from William son of Thomas de Wythinton and from Dionisia wife of John son of Nicholas de Rodeley. witnessed: Richard de Eton; Thomas de Byriton; Peter de Munton; William de Stretton; Henry de Ritton; Richard son of Roger Bercer of Cantlop; Thomas son of Thurstan.
SA6000/6686 9th May 1389.
Thomas Stuyche, Hugh Boudler, Agnes his wife and William de Hull lease lands in Cantlop to William de la Wode, Thomas de Wode and Roger de Wode for a rent of 6/- a year. No witnesses.
SA6000/6687 16th May 1394.
William le Sumnour and Henry de Pitchford, chaplain, grant land in Cantlop to Richard de Routoun and Joan his wife. witnessed: William de Etonn; John Wylock; Richard le Campyon; William le Wodd; Richard de Cantlop.
SA6000/6594 dated 1307.
Hugh lord of Wlonkeslow grants to Roger Shepherd of Cantlop lands in Cantlop (described in the document) for 20 years for a rent of 1 silver penny per year. witnessed: Richard of Eton; John of Biriton; William son of Hugh; Walter de Betton; William de Neuton and others.
SA6000/6595 26th January 1314/14.
Hugh of Wlonkeslawe grants to Nicholas de Pitchford & Hugh's daughter Alice lands in Cantlop. witnessed: William, lord of Stuyche; William of Hulle (near Moreton Saye), Hugh le Say, John de Buritone; Walter de Buritone; Richard de Eton; Thurstan de Pitchford.
SA6000/6596 6th October 1326.
William son of Thomas de Wythinton leases to William of Cantlop for an annual rent of 8/- lands in Cantlop previously leased to William Portemon and Thomas le Traventer. witnessed: Richard de Etone, junior; Roger de Burgcott; Thomas son of John de Byriton; Henry de Ruton; William de Etone; Roger de Burgcott.
SA6000/6597 25th November 1328.
William son of Thomas de Withynton leases to William de Cantlop his lands in Cantlop for an annual rent of 4/-. witnessed: Richard de Eton, junior; Thomas de Biryton; William de Eton; John le Rede de Biriton; Walter Gotrel.
SA6000/6598 30th September 1380.
Agnes, widow of Edmund de Burton and Thomas Stuyche lease land in Cantlop (previously held by John Robardes) to Thomas Rychardes of Longnor and his wife Isabella for an annual rent of one mark. witnessed: John de Stepulton; William de Eton; John Honald; Edward de Acton; Roger de Wrontenale.
SA6000/6688 2nd January 1418/19.
Richard de Cantlop grants land in Cantlop to Thomas Biryton de Netley. The deed gives details of the lands, and mentions others in Cantlop who hold adjacent lands, namely William atte Wode; William Perkyns; Roger Wode; and Hugh Duddeston. witnessed: William Poyner; Roger de Eton; William his brother; William Wode; Roger his brother.
SA6000/6689 22nd March 1426/7.
Griffin Hulle of Bontenesdale (heir of Hugh Longslow) quitclaims to William Coton of Coton-on-Tern all his rights to land in Cantlop.
SA6000/6690 29th January 1436/7.
William Perkes of Harlascot and his wife Sybil (daughter of Richard Cantlop) grant to Thomas Charlton of Apley, his son Robert, Thomas Banaster of Hadnall, Richard Husee of Adbright Hussey, Richard Gery and John Whitely of Shrewsbury the lands in Cantlop inherited by Sybil from her father. witnessed: Ralph Lee, lord of Longley; John Skryven of Frodesley; Thomas Clubury; Roger Eton; John Byryton.
SA6000/6691 24th August 1457.
John Stuche of Stuche quitclaims to Philip Yonge, William Yonge, William Horne and William Glover of Newport all his rights to land in Cantlop. witnessed: Ralph Lee, esquire; John Chetwynd esquire; John Puyner; Humfrey Hulle; Hugh Mailler.
SA6000/6599. 2nd April 1426.
Griffin del Hulle of Bentanesdale (heir of Hugh lord of Wlonkeslawe) grants his lands in Canltop to William Coton of Coton-on-Tierno. witnessed: William Hord of Salop; Thomas Cleobury of Lythe, junior; Thomas Botte of Aldefele.
SA6000/6600 29th August 1430.
John son of Thomas de Stuyche grants land in Cantelop to William Coton of Coton. witnessed: Robert Lee of Longley, Leonard Stepulton, John Scryven junior, Thomas Cleobury, Thomas Aldefield and others.
SA6000/6601 29th August 1430.
John son of Thomas de Stuyche appoints William Beystan of Beystan as his attorney to conclude the transfer of lands in Cantlop to William Coton of Coton. The lands had previously been held by Agnes, wife of Thomas de Stuyche and Matilla wife of Thomas' son William de Stuyche.
SA6000/6602. 2nd March 1433/4.
Elizabeth Styche, widow, heir of Thomas Stuyche of Stuyche quitclaims to William Coton of Coton her rights to land in Cantlop. witnessed: John Skryven; John Corbet of Longnor; Roger Eton of Eton; Thomas Clubery; William Beiston of Beiston and others.
SA6000/6603. 24th August 1457.
John Stuyche of Stuyche grants to Philip Yonge of Caynton, William Yonge, William Horne and William Glover of Newport lands in Cantlop which he had from Robert Coton & John Nagynton, chaplains and from John Colyngton & his wife Margaret. witnessed: Ralph Lee esqu, John Chetwynd esqu, John Pinymer, Humfrey Hulle, Hugh Mailler and others.
SA6000/6604. 20th May 1458.
Thomas Stuche, son of John Stuche quitclaims to Philip Yong, his son William, William Coton & William Glover his rights to land in Cantlop which they had had from his father.