4 Sep 1444, Manor of Gotele in Northiam. Letter of attorney by John Pelrys of Ewhurst to William Thomsett of Ewhurst to deliver seisin to Richard Wakeherst the younger, John Greneford, Adam Iwode, John Gotle, Robert Bernez, William Edwarde, Henry Wise, Thomas Vestyndene and Peter Waterman. 
1447 On November 12, Richard and his father and William Gaynesford were parties to a land transaction with Edward Sakevyle, later mentioned in an IPM of Humphrey Sakevyle. 
425. Humphrey Sakevyle, esq.
Writ 10 July, 3 Hen. VII ; inq. 25 Oct., 4 Hen. VII.
By deed dated at Bergholt, 12 Nov., 20 Hen. VI, Edward Sakevyle, his father, gave the under-mentioned manors and advowsons to Richard Wakeherst the elder, Richard Wakeherst the younger, William Gaynesford, William Gylderegge, and Henry Wellys ; the survivor, Henry Wellys, enfeoffed Thomas Broun, knt., and William Gaynesford, now deceased, and Nicholas Gaynesford, and Thomas Wyldgoos, who survive, thereof.
Death and heir as in No. 416.
Essex. Manors and advowsons of Bergholt and Buris-at-Hill, the former manor
worth 20 marks, and the latter worth 201., held of John, Duke of Suti'olk,
C. Series II. Vol. 4. (50.) E. Series II. File 289. (2.)
 Mar 1451, Feoffment (4 seals, with impressions, on tags; Part of the right-hand side of this document is missing). By Richard Wakehurst the younger, John Greneford, John Gotele, Robert Bernys, Henry Wyse, Thomas Vestyndene, Peter Waterman [William Edwarde] and William Perys son of John to John Perys with remainder to his legitimate heirs, in default of which, further remainders to George Perys brother of William and his heirs, then to Thomas (?brother of) George Perys and his heirs, then to Margaret daughter of John by his late wife Anne Manor of Gotle in Northiam. Recites that Richard Wakehurst the younger, John Greneford, John Gotele, Robert Bernys, Henry Wyse, Thomas Vestyndene, Peter Waterman [William Edwarde] got the land by gift of John Perys. Witnesses: Richard Wakehurst the elder, William Toughton, and John Holstok, Dated at Northiam. 
21 Mar 1451 Manor of Gotle in Northihame,(4 seals, with impressions, on tags). Letter of attorney from Richard Wakehurst the younger, John Greneforde, John Gotle, Robert Berrys, William Edward, Henry Wyse, Thomas Vestyndene and Peter Waterman to William Thomset and Robert Bernhill to deliver seisin to William son of John Perys. Dated at Northiam. 
1467-1472 C 1/38/34 Richard Culpepyr and Margaret his wife, Nichollas Culpepyr and Elizabeth his wife, daughters of Richard, son of Richard Wakeherst. v. Thomas Echyngham, Robert Oxenbregge, John Woody the elder, and John Woody the younger, feoffees to uses.: Manor of Ockley. Refusal of the said feoffees to defend an action of formedon brought by Anne Boleyn, Roger Copley and Anne his wife, James Carue and Eleanor his wife, and Elizabeth Hoo.: Surrey. 
 The National Archives of the United Kingdom Catalog, FRE/6936, [UKNationalArchives].
 Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Vol. 1 (London: HMSO, 1898), 180, [GoogleBooks].
 The National Archives of the United Kingdom Catalog, FRE/6937, [UKNationalArchives].
 The National Archives of the United Kingdom Catalog, FRE/6939, [UKNationalArchives].
 The National Archives of the United Kingdom Catalog, C 1/38/34 Chancery pleadings addressed to the Bishop of Bath as Lord Chancellor, 1433-1443, or more likely 1467-1472, [UKNationalArchives].