ENGLAND. Document of Robert de Wicliff, clerk, and Antony de Scorgunctino[?], ceding to John Depden, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, all rights in the manor of Hanlay, the witnesses including Brian de Stapilton, knight, Thomas Roos de Ingmanthorp, Thomas Graa, John de Hamton, Thomas Thinkyll, Nicholas Warchill, and others, given at 'Helagh[am?]', 2 October 17 Richard II , in Latin on vellum, one membrane, 142 x 265mm (flaws in vellum to right lower margin), two seals of red wax pendant on vellum tags, the first a fine impression of the armorial seal of Robert de Wicliff, lettered 'Sigillum roberti de Wyclif clerici', approximately 30mm diameter, the seal of Antony de Scorgunctino cracked with small loss.
It seems likely that Robert was of the same extended grouping of North Yorkshire and Durham Wycliffes as his famous contemporary John Wycliffe (d.1384), who was born near Richmond. Robert may be the Wiclif (first name unknown) who is recorded as a 'poor boy' of Queens College, Oxford, in 1371-2.