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pot of ale, containing four flaggons, with competent bread and cheese, as had of old been accustomed."
The habit of the brothers was a simple russet and black cloth garment. They were bound by their vows to be chaste and sober, temperate in diet, and to apply their revenues to the use of the poor and the sojourner. If any one had violated this rule, and was found, at his death, to be possessed of any property, he was refused the rites of christian burial, and his money was cast into the grave after him with an imprecation-"thy money be with thee to perdition!"
At the dissolution, the revenues of this house were resigned into the hands of the mayor and burgesses of Grimsby. "20 June, 34 Hen. VIII. Court held before the Maiore there. Unto ys. Cowrt Cumys. John Hatteclyffe ye. elder dyd surrender to the Maiore and his Comburgeses all suche Intrest, Clame, and Grawnte whyche he had off & in one Hospital or Spyttal Hows grawted by ye saied Maier & hys Comburgeses."* The property in Grimsby is now in the possession of Lord Yarborough; and in Weelsby, of George Robert Heneage, Esq.
* Corp. Rec.
LISTS OF MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT, RECORDERS, AND
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT.
An. An. Reg. Dom.
23 1295 Burgesses returned, but not named.
5 1311 Galfridus de Scarthowe. Galfredus le Taverner. 5 1311 Willielmus de Dovedales. Galfridus Scarthowe. 6 1312 Willielmus Dovedales. Simon le Toller.‡ 12 1318 Willielmus Teynter. Johannes del Fal. 15 1321 Johannes Riper. Willielmus Bray.
20 1326 Willielmus de Lekeburn. Johannes de Paston.
* The borough of Grimsby was directed by writ to send up two burgesses, in the 11th year of this Monarch, (1283), to the Parliament held at Shrewsbury; by which David, the son of Griffin, was condemned for treason, and there executed.-Rymer's Feodera.
+ This Parliament met at Lincoln, January 21st.
This Parliament sat at Lincoln, in 1315.
1 1327 Willielmus Bray.*
2 1328 Petrus Swan. Simon Barry.
2 1328 Galfridus de Scarthowe. Johannes de Paston.
9 1335 Willielmus de Ravendale. Johannes de Paston.
10 1336 Willielmus de Ravendale. Willielmus Killingholme
11 1337 Johannes de Ferriby. Robertus Davy.
12 1338 Willielmus Alesby. Johannes de Yardeburgh.
14 1340 Thomas Skyrbeck. Galfridus Scarthowe.
20 1346 Robertus Saresove. Petrus de la See.
24 1350 Willielmus Bray. Petrus Bray.
29 1355 Laurentius de Wooton. Jobannes de Grymesby.
34 1360 Petrus Bray. Johannes Percy.
36 1362 Johannes Percy, Johannes Stallynburgh.
39 1365 Willielmus Grymesby. Thomas Cryspin.
* Met at Lincoln, September 15th.
43 1369 Johannes Percy. Johannes Hugh,
46 1372 Johannes de Grymesby. Laurentius Wooton.
50 1376 Randulphus de Itterby. Willielmus de Thorpe.
1 1377 Willielmus Wele. Robertus de Reddeburn,
9 1385 Willielmus de Wele. Robertus de Burton.
1 1399 Willielmus de Emsale. Walterus Sluthby.
6 1404 Willielmus de Wele, Ald.* Willielmus Emsale,
10 1408 Simon de Grymesby. Willielmus Fosse, Ald.†
14 1412 Ricardus Duffield, Willielmus Duffield.
* The Weles were a respectable family, resident in Grimsby; and the mo
Mayor, in 1400.
1 1413 Ricardus Duffield. Gilbertus Kirmond.
7 1417 Johannes de Keleby.* Willielmus Lile.
1 1422 Simon Elkington. Ricardus Duffield.
7 1467 Johannes Ferriby. Robertus Broughton.
(EDWARD V.) RICHARD III.
1 1483 Hugo Eden, Ald. Thomas Broughton.
• The monuments of this family also lie in St. James's Church.
+ This person was the Mayor, and received from his constituents a pension