Below are entries involving Wing residents or Wing land in the Records of the Exchequer from the National Archives database.
undated – grant of land in Wing (Waengh) from David, Chaplain of Wing (Waengh) to Walter his foster son (nutritio) [E 210/5718]
1487 [10 Dec 3 Hen VII] – indenture between Henry VII and William, Lord Berkeley, for a number of manors including Wing [E 41/199]
1516 [10 May 8 Hen VIII] – deed between Dame Margaret Vernon, prioress of St. Mary de Pre (Pray) near St. Albans, co. Hertford to William JAKEMAN of Wing, yeoman, for the parsonage, manor, and lordship of Wing [E 41/327]
1531 [5 Sep 23 Hen VIII] – deeds between Henry VII and Robert Catton abbot of St. Albans in relation to several assets including the advowson of the church of Wing [E 41/214]
undated but between 1546 and 1554 – Lord Percy v. John HOLLYMAN, vicar of Wing, regarding glebe of the vicarage [E 321/41/74]
1609 [6 Jas I June 13] – deeds involving a limitation of lands by Sir Robert DORMER of Ascott in Wing to Thomas Wilmer of London, esq, and John CHAMBERLAYNE of Wing, gent; concerning the manor of West Wycombe, and lands in Buckland, Saunderton, Great Missenden and Peterley, Bucks; lands in Studham, Dagnall and Little Gaddesden, Beds and Herts; and lands in Budbrooke and other places in Warwickshire [E 44/90]