The following is an item I found in some of the records in Surry, England. This refers to a grant from King Henry the Third, the King of England, in 1270 A. D. to a Henry de Caldicote. As some of you know, we have information stating the Calcote name is derived from "Caldicote". See below:
GAZETTEER OF MARKETS AND FAIRS TO 1516
BELTON 6486 3029. 1334 Subsidy £55.70.
M (Charter) Mon; gr 4 Mar 1270, by K Hen III to Henry de Caldicote. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 138). In 1274–5, Henry de Caldecotes was holding a Mon market (RH, ii, p. 169b).
F (Charter) vfm, Ascension (Easter dep); gr 4 Mar 1270, by K Hen III to Henry de Caldicote (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 138). To be held at the manor.
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