Thomas Grenefeld knight, to Richard duke of Gloucester, Thomas Lynom 'gentilman' and Richard Potyer, their heirs and assigns. Gift and confirmation of all his goods and chattels in the towns of Rumsey and Odyham co. Southampton and elsewhere within the realm. Dated 4 November, 22 Edward IV.
Memorandum of acknowledgment, 5 November. Close Rolls, Edward IV: 1480-1482
438 (3). PARDON ROLL, Part 3.
[...] Thomas Lyneham or Lynham, of London, and Hertford, Bewdesert, Staff., and Ludlow, Salop, late clerk controller of the household of Arthur late Prince of Wales, 1 July. Thomas Leman, of Walpole, Norf., and Cambridge, scholar, clerk, vicar of Walpole, late rector of Southacre, Norf., and of Alderton, Suff., steward of the household of James Hobart, knight, 28 June. Thomas Wolsey, clk., dean and the chapter of Hereford, 4 June. Henry VIII: Pardon Roll, Part 3, Pages 234-256, Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514
29 July. P. S. 4349. For RIC. POLE, yeoman usher of the Chamber.
Grant of certain lands and tenements, of the annual value of 10 marks, in Sutton upon Darwent, York, formerly belonging to one Cathwaite and was forfeited by him, and which was afterwards granted to Thomas Lynam, now deceased. Woodstock, 6 July 10 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 29 July. Henry VIII: July 1518, Pages 1326-1343, Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 2, 1515-1518, no. 4349
There are two more references in Letters & Papers to the death of Thomas Lynam, both in regards to this piece of land:
Wm. Lelegrawe. Grant of lands, &c., of the annual value of 10 marks, in Sutton-on-Darvent (York), formerly granted to Tho. Lynam; on surrender by Ric. Pole, yeoman usher of the Chamber, of patent 20 July 17 Hen. VIII., granting him the reversion of the same upon the death of Lynam.—Pat. 17 Hen. VIII. p. 2, m. 9. Henry VIII: April 1526, 16-30, Pages 944-956, Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 4, 1524-1530
Wm. Lelegrawe. Grant of possessions in the parish of Sutton-on-Darwent, York; on surrender by Ric. Pole, yeoman usher of the Chamber, who held the same from the decease of Tho. Lynam.—S.B. Henry VIII: April 1527, 21-30, Pages 1372-1386, Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 4, 1524-1530