Author: Dr Chris Monk
‘This woman held certain land from Frindsbury which was called Thornden, and for that paid twenty shillings each year to the aforementioned Frindsbury, and must hold that land until her death. After her death, however, it must be [the property] of Saint Andrew and the monks…’
To cite this work:
Monk, C. (2017) An Agreement made by the monks of Rochester with the wife of Robert Latimer: Textus Roffensis, ff. 200v-201r; Translated from Old English and edited. Rochester: Rochester Cathedral Research Guild.
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Published online: 14th December 2017
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