The Stonor letters and papers, 1290-1483; ed. for the Royal historical society, from the origial documents in the Public record office, by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford.
Kingsford, Charles Lethbridge, editor. 1862-1926.


Thomas Stonor purchased Rotherfield Peppard from his step-father Richard Drayton in 1465, but agreed to reconvey it to Drayton and his wife for the term of their lives (Ancient Deeds, C. 6944, see Vol. ii, p. 174). The reconveyance was possibly effected by a fine, in which case this warrant may have reference thereto. The original is in Ch. Misc., 37, iii, 20.

Stephanus Coksettur, Thomas Stokfeld, et Robertus Mercer, collectors of the Kyngges sylver chosin in þe hundird of Benfeld &c. To John Wylkys, Constabull off Ritherfeld Pippard. In þe kyngges name We commaunde yow to levey of the persones underwrityn the summes uppon them sett in all the hast possibill.

Rotherfeld Pippard. De Thoma Stonor pro decima parte terrarum et tenementorum suorum ibidem, xxxviij. s. xj. d. De Willelmo Freme, j. d. De Alicia Rolf, x. d. ob. De herede Willelmi Bryne, vij. d. De Johanne Mathew, viij. d. De Roberto Clerk, j. d. De Willelmo Page  72, vol. 1 Lawrence, j. d. De predicto Th. Stonor pro manerio de Blountes, xiiij. s. x. d. De domino principe pro quieto redditu exeunte de Blountes, j. d. ob. Summa, lvj. s. iij. d.