Archive:The Thirty-Sixth Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records
Great Britain Public Record Office, The Thirty-Sixth Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records (London: George E. Eyere and William Spottiswoode, Printers, 1875).
No. 1.-Welsh Records: Recognizance Rolls of Chester-continued.
1412, Aug. 18.
John de, of Chorley, Richard de Cholmundelely, of Cholmundelegh, John, son of Roger de Cholmundeley, John de Aldelym, Richard de Kyngesley, and Howell de Whitney, a like recognizance. [Ibid. m. 3 d. (7).]
1388-9, Jan. 13.
Howell de, and Katherine, daughter of Vivian Serle, license, by the King, to Nicholas de Audley to enfeoff the said Howell and Katherine, and their heirs, of 1 messuage, 60 acrese of land, 4 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, and 16 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, and 16 acres of wood in Conele and Aston, near Bromhall. [12 & 13 Ric. 2. m. 1d. (1).]
1394. Robert, Kt., marshal of the King's household, departure of, for Ireland; see Wistaston.
1397, Dec. 27.
Howell de, appointment of, by the King, as one of the yeomen of the livery of the Crown, with 6d. a day for life. [21 & 22 Rc. 2.m.26 (8), (9).] The margin note has "sagittarius de corona."