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John de Gray (bishop of Norwich 1200–1214)

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Notification of the King’s grant of of the office of butler to Master Michael Belet as held by Michael his father (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification to John bishop of Norwich and Geoffrey fitz Peter that it has been established by inquest that the church of Orford is a chapel belonging to the mother church of Sombourne which is of the gift of the bishop and church of Ely (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant of a fair at Lynn to John bishop of Norwich (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (beneficiary)

Notification of the King’s confirmation of possessions and liberties to Canonsleigh Priory (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant to the men of Oléron of quittance from lestage and other customs (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s confirmation of the church of St George in Oxford Castle to Oseney Abbey (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the terms on which the King and Joan, the king's sister, compounded over the debts owed to Joan by the late King Richard (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s confirmation of possessions and liberties to Leiston Abbey (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Mandate to the justiciar and barons of the Exchequer to respect the King’s grant to Bury St Edmunds Abbey of 10 marks each year at the Exchequer (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant to Robert de Cantimerula of Dalwood (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant of the chancery to Walter de Gray to hold for the term of Walter’s life (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant to the men of Calais of quittance from customs and exactions (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant to Master William of Leicester of an annual pension of 30 marks (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant of protection to Wroxall Priory (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s confirmation to Winchecombe Abbey of the lands granted by William of Arras (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification to John bishop of Norwich and Geoffrey fitz Peter that it has been established by inquest that the church of Orford is a chapel belonging to the mother church of Sombourne which is of the gift of the bishop and church of Ely (Charters not found in surviving rolls)

Notification of the King’s grant of the manor of Farringdon to the Cistercian monks at Farringdon to build an abbey (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant of an annual rent of 10 marks at the Exchequer to Wroxall Priory, as granted by King Henry II (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (witness)

Notification of the King's confirmation of lands and liberties to Wroxall Priory (Original Charters of King John) (witness)

Invitation to the prior and monks of Christ Church Cathedral Priory, Canterbury, to return from exile (Original Charters of King John)

Notification of the King’s grant of protection to Ter Doest Abbey, with licence to repair and build new ships (Original Charters of King John) (witness)

Notification of the King's grant to Adam of Hereford of four carucates of land in 'Coldreyn', 'Aderderc', 'Clugurgan', 'Fainesith' and 'Kiltom' (Original Charters of King John) (witness)

Notification of the King’s grant to Hubert Walter archbishop of Canterbury of the fee of William de Ros (Original Charters of King John) (witness)

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