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CALENDAR 



OF 



INQUISITIONS POST MOETEM 

AND OTHEE ANALOGOUS DOCUMENTS. 



Wt- 4644. 



CALENDAE 



OF 



INQUISITIONS POST MOETEM 

AND OTHEE ANALOGOUS DOCUMENTS 



PRESERVED IN THE 

PUBLIC RECOED OFFICE. 



PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCB OF 

THE DEPUTY KEEPER. OF THE RECORDS. 



VOL. III. 

EDWAED I. 



y. 



\" 






PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OP HIS MAJESTY'S PKINCIPAI, SECRETARY OF STATE 
rOR THE HOME DEPARTMENT. 



LONDON : 

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PBINIBD BY 

THE HEREFORD TIMES LIMITED, Maylobd Street, Hereford. 
1912, 



n 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Preface ---... -^ 

Table of References - - - - ix 

Corrigenda - - ... xlii 

Calendar - - - - - 1 

Addenda to Vol. I - - . - - 509 

Addenda to Vol. II - ... 510 

Index of Persons and Places - - 515 

Index of Subjects - - 723 



(vii) 



PEEFACE 



The present volume is a further instalment of a Calendar 
of certain documents selected from the class formerly known 
as Kscheats, or Inquisitions post mortem. It deals with the 
years 20 to 28 Edward I. The text has been prepared by 
Mr. J. E. E. S. Sharp, an Assistant Record Keeper, with 
some assistance from Mr. A. E. Stamp, M.A., of this Office. 
Mr. Stamp has also compiled the Index. 



H. C. MAXWEI.I. I.YTE. 



Public Record Office, 
30 July, 1912. 



{« 



IX 



Table showing the present reeebbncb to all documents 
roemerly inolctded amongst the inquisitions post mortem of the 
period covered by this volume. 

The old reference is given in the first column, the new reference in the 
second, third, fourth, or fifth column as the case may be. 

Documents which cannot now be traced are marked ' missing.' 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Mificellaneous 
Inquisitions. 








Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




20 Edw. I. 


1 

2 
3 

4 


61. (1) 
61. (2) 
61. (24) 
61. (3) 










5 




— 


51. (1) 






6 


61. (4) 










7 


61. (5) 






" 




8 


61. (6) 










9 


61. (7) 










10 


61. (8) 










11 


61. (9) 










12 


61. (10) 








13 


61. (11) 




s 






14 


61. (12) 










15 


61. (13) 










16 


61. (14) 










17 


61. (15) 










18 


61. (16) 










19 


61. (17) 










20 


61. (18) 










21 


61. (19) 










22 


61. (20) 










23 


61. (21) 










24 


60. (6) 










25 


61. (22) 










26 


60. (8) 










27 


61. (23) 










28 


61. (24) 










29 


60. (9) 










30 


62. (1) 










31 


60. (10) 










32 


62. (2) 










33 


62. (3) 










34 


62. 4) 










35 


61. (11) 











Inquisitions 
Post Mortem 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 


s 




Edward I. 


Damnum. 




20 Edw. I. 36 


62. (5) 


t 






37 


62. (6) 








38 


62. (7) 








39 


63. (1) 








40 


63. (2) 








41 


— 


17. (1) 






42 


61. (11) 








43 


63. (3) 








44 


— 


— 


50. (20) 




45 


63. (4) 








46 




17. (2) 






47 


— 


17. (3) 






48 


— 


i 17. (4) 






49 


— 





51. (2) 




50 


— 


17. (5) 






51 


— 




51. (3) 




52 


— 





51. (4) 




53 


— 


17. (6) 


\ / 




54 







51. (5) 




55 


— 


17. (7) 






56 


— 




51. (6) 




57 


— 


— 


51. (7) 




58 


t 


— 


51. (8) 




59 


— 


17. (8) 






60 


— 




51. (9) 




61 


— 


— 


51. (10) 




62 


— 


17. (9) 






63 


— 


17. (10) 






64 


— 


— 


51.(11) 




65 


— 





51. (12) 




66 


— 


17. (11) 




67 


— 


17. (12) 






68 


— 





51. (13) 




69 


— 


17. (13) 




70 
71 





17. (14) 


— 


Missing (1806) 


72 


— 


17. (15 






73 


— 


17. (16) 






74 


: 


16. (24) 






■75 





17. (17) 






76 





17. (18) 






77 





— 


51. (14) 




78 





17. (19) 






79 




16. (25) 







XI 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


VTi sofil 1 atiftoiis 




Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 


20 Edw. I. 80 




17. (20) 




81 


63. (5) 






82 


— 


16. (27J 




83 


— 


17. (21) 




84 


- — . 


17. (22) 




85 


— 


17. (23) 




86 


— 


17. (24) 




87 


— 


16. (28) 




88 


— 


17. (25) 




89 


— 


— 


51. (15) 


90 


— 


17. (26) 




91 


— 


— 


51. (16) 


92 


• 


17. (27) 




93 


— 


17. (28) 




94 


— 


17. (29) 




95 


— 


17. (30) 




96 


63. (6) 






97 


— 


17. (31) 




98 


63. (7) 






99 


— 


17. (32) 




100 


63. (8) 






101 


— 


18. (1) 




102 


— 




51. (17) 


103 


— 


18. (2) 




104 


— 




51. (18) 


105 


— 


18. (3) 




106 


63. (9) 






107 


— 


18. (4) 




108 


— 


18. (5) 




109 


— 


18. (6) 




110 


— 


18. (7) 




111 


r 


— 


— 


112 





18. (8) 




113 





18. (9) 




114 





— 


— 


115 





18. (10) 




116 





18. (11) 




117 





— 


— 


118 





18. (12) 




119 




18. (13) 





Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 9 (1). 

Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 14 (18). 

Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 15 (1). 



XII 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IWiftfifillfl.np.ftnsi 




Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


. Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 


J 


20 Edw. I. 120 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 15 (2). 


121 


— 


— 


51. (19) 




122 


— 


18. (14) 






123 


— 


18. (15) 






124 


66. (7) 








125 




18. (16) 




126 


63. (8) 








127 


— 


— 


51. (20) 




128 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 72. 
no. 2 (41). 


129 


— 


— 


51. (21) 




130 


— 


18. (17) 


• 




131 


— 


18. (16) 






132 


63. (10) 








133 


62. (7) 








134 


63. (11) 








135 


63. (12) 








136 


63. (13) ^ 








137 


63. (14) 








138 


63. (15) 








139 


63. (16) 








140 


63. (17) 








141 


63. (18) 








142 


— 


— 


51. (22) 




143 


— 


— 


51. (23) 




144 


63. (19) 








145 


— 


— 


51. (24) 




146 


— 


18. (18) 


\ / 




147 


63. (20) 








148 


— 


— 


51. (25) 




149 


— 


— 


51. (26) 




150 


— 


— 


51. (27) 




151 


— 


18. (19) 


\ / 




152 


~ 


' — 





Miscellane%^ 10. 
no. 15 (4^. 


153 


— 


— 


51. (28) 




154 


— 


16. (29) 






155 


— 


14. (27) 






156 


63. (21) 








157 


63. (22) 








158 


63. (23) 








159 


63. (24) 








160 






51. (29) 





xm 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 








Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




20 Edw. 


I. 161 






51. (29) 






162 


— 


15. (2) 








163 


— 




51. (29) 






164 


63. (25) 










165 


— 


18. (20) 








166 


60. (11) 










167 


— 


18. (21) 








168 


— 


18. (22) 








169 


63. (26) 










170 


— 


— 


51. (30) 






171 


— 


18. (23) 








172 


— 


18. (24) 






21 Edw. 


I. 1 


64. (1) 










2 




— 


— <■ 


Missing (1806). 




3 


64. (2) 










4 


64. (3) 










5 


64. (4) 










6 




— 


52. (1) 






7 


— 


— 


52. (26) 






8 


63. (28) 










9 


64. (5) 










10 


64. (6) 










11 


64. (7) 










12 


64. (8) 










13 


64. (9) 










14 


64. (10) 










15 


64. (11) 










16 


63. (29) 










17 


64. (12) 










18 


64. (13) 










19 


64. (14) 










20 


63. (2) 










21 


64. (15) 










22 


64. (16) 










23a 


64. (17) 










23& 


64. (18) 










24 


64. (19) 










25 


64. (20) 










26 


64. (21) 










27 


64. (22) 










28a 


— ^- 


— 


52. (2) 






286 


64. (23) 










29 


64. (24) 









XIV 





Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 


21 Edw. 


I. 30 
31 


64. (25) 

65. (1) 










32 




i — 


52. (27) 






33 


65. (2) 


i 








34 


65. (3) 










35 


65. (4) 










36 


65. (5) 










37 


65. (6) 










38 


65. (7) 




1 






39 


65. (8) 










40 


65. (9) 










41 


63. (30) 










42 


65. (10) 










43 


65. (11) 










44 


65. (12) 










45 


63. (31) 










46 


65. (13) 










47 


65. (14) 










48 


65. (15j 










49 


65. (16) 










50 


63. (32) 










51 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 




52 


— 


— 


52. (3) 






53 


— 


— 


52. (4) 






54 


— 


— 


52. (5) 






55 


— 


— 


52. (6) 






56 


— 


— 


52. (7) 






57 


— 


— 


52. (8) 






58a 


— i 


— . 


52. (9) 






58& ! 






52. (10) 






59 J 


— 




52. (11) 






60 


— 




52. (12) 






61 


1 
1 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 4 (15). 




62 ! 


1 


— 


52. (28) 






63 i 

n A ■ 


— 1 


— 


52. (13) 






64 


— 1 


— 


52. (14) 






65 




19. (1) 








66 


— 


1 


52. (15) 






67 


1 


— 


52. (16) 






68 1 




19. (2) 








69 


— 


1 


52. (17) 






70 I 


— 


— 


52. (18) 






71 


— 


19. (3) 








72 






62. (19) 





XV 



21 Edw. I. 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


NTi cippI 1 fi.Ti pmi CI 




Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 


73 




19. (4) 




74 


— 


19. (5) 




75 


— 


19. (6) 




76 


66. (1) 






77 




19. (7) 




78 


— 


19. (8) 




79 


— 


19. (9) 




80 


— 


19. (10) 




81 


— 


19. (11) 




82 


— 


19. (12) 




83 


— 


— 


52. (20) 


84 


— 


— 1 


52. (21) 


85 


— 


19. (13) 




86 


— 


— 


52. (22) 


87 


— 


18. (22) 




88 


— 


— 


52. (23) 


89 


— 


19. (14) 




90 


— 


— 


52. (24) 


91 


— 


19. (15) 




92 


— 


19. (16) 




93 


— 


19. (17) 




94 


— 


19. (18) 




95 


— 


19. (19) 




96 


— 


19. (20) 




97 


— 


19. (21) 




98 


— 


19. (22) 




99 


— 


19. (23) 




100 


— 


19. (24) 




101 


— 


— 


53. (2) 


102 


— 


19. (25) 




103 


— 


19. (26) 




104 


— 


19. (27) 




105 


— 


— 


53. (3) 


106 


— 


19. (28) 




107 


— 


— ' 


53. (4) 


108 


— 


14. (28j 




109 


— 


— 


— 


IJO 


.* 


20. (1) 




111 


— 


20. (2) 




112 


66. (2) 






113 


— 


20. (3) 




114 


— 


20. (4) 




115 


— 


20. (5) 




116 


— 


20. (6) 





Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 4 (16). 



XVI 





Inquisitions 


Inqtdsitions 


l\Ti Qf*pn fl.n pnn r 






Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




21 Edw. I. 117 




20. (7) 






118 


— 


20. (8) 






119 


63, (32) 








120 


— 


20. (9) 






121 


— 


20. (10) 






122 


— 


20. (11) 






123 


66. (3) 








124 


— 


20. (12) 






125 


— 


20. (13) 






126 


— 


20. (14) 






127 


— 


20. (15) 






128 


— 


— 


53. (5) 




129 


65. (7) 








130 


66. (4) 








131 


— 


20. (16) 






132 


54. (14) 






• 


133 


— 


20. (17) 






134 


66. (5) 








135 


— 


— 


53. (6) 




136 


63. (26) 








137a 


— 


— 


51. (30) 1 




1376 


— 


20. (18) 






138 


— 


20. (19) 






139 


— 


20. (20) 






140 


— 


20. (21j 






141 


"*~~ 





— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 4 (17). 


142 


— 


20. (22) 






143 


— 


20. (23) 






144 


— 


18. (23) 






145 


— 


20. (24) 






146a 


* '~~ 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 48. 
no. 6 (121). 


1466 


— 


20. (25) 






147a 


— 


20. (27) 


1 




1476 


— 


20. (26) 


, 




148 


— 


— 


53. (7) : 




149 


— 


— 


53. (24) ; 




150 


— 


— 


' \ 


Miscellanea. 64. 


151 





_ 


53; (8) ! 


no. 4 (97). 


152 


66. (6) 




1 




153 




i 




Criminal Inq. 8 
(5). 



XVll 





Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 




21 Edw. I. 154 






53. (9) 




155 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(6). 


156 


"^~ 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 

(7). 


157 


— 


— 


53. (10) 




158 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 

(8). 


159 


— 


— 


53. (11) 




160 


— 


— 


53. (12) 




161 


— 


20. (28) 






162 


— 


— 





Criminal Inq. 8 
(9). 


163 


■ — - 


— 


53 (13) . 




164 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(10). 


165 


— 


— 




Criminal Inq. 8 
(11). 


166 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(12). 


167 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(13). 


168 


— 




— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(14). 


169 


— 


— 


53. (14) 




170 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 76. 
no. 3 (94). 


171 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 4 (18). 


172 


— 


— 


53. (15) 




173 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(15). 


174 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(16). 


175 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(17). 


176 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(18). 


177 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(19). 


178 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(20). 


179 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8. 
(21). 


180 


— 


— -■ 


53. (16) 





Wt. 4644, 



XVIU 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


1^1 cinf^l 1 n,TiAnii R 








Post Mori em. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




21 Edw. 


I. 181 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(22). 




182 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(23). 




183 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 8 
(24). 




184 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
Criminal Inq. 9 




185 





















(2). 




186 


-— 


— 


63. (17) 






187 


— 


— 


53. (18) 






188 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
(3). 




189 


^■~ 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
(17). 




190 


~~" 




— 


Criminal Inq. 9. 
(4). 




191 


"^~* 


' — 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 

(5). 




192 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
(6). 




193 


~~~ 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
(7). 




194 . 


^__ 


— 


53. (19) 






195 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 




196 


— 


— 


^^ 


(8). 
Criminal Tiiq. 9 




197 


— 


— 


— 


(9). 
Criminal Inq, 9 




198 


— 





53. (20) 


(10). 




199 


— 


— 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 




200 


— 


— 





(11). 
Criminal Inq. 9 




201 


— 


— 





(12). 
Criminal Inq, 9 




202 


— 


— 


-_ 


(13). 
Criminal Inq. !) 




203 


— 


— 





(14). 
Miscellanea. 78, 




204 








no. 4 (128). 






— ■ 


— 


Criminal Inq. 9 




205 


— 


— 


53. (21) 


(15), 



XIX 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 



21 Edw. I. 206 
207 

208 
209 

210 
211 
212 



22 Edw. I. 1 

2 ■ 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 



66. (7) 



67. (1) 

67. (2) 

67. (3) 

67. (4) 

66. (11) 

67. (5) 
67. (6) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



67. 


(8) 


67. 


(9) 


67. ( 


10) 


66. ( 


12) 


67. ( 


11) 


67. 


12) 


67. 


13) 


67. 


14) 


66. 


13) 


67. 


15) 


67. 


16) 


67. 


17) 


66. 


14) 


67. 


18) 


67. 


19) 


67. 


20) 


67. 


21) 


67. 


(22) 


67. 


(23) 


66. 


(15) 


67 (24 


, 25) 


61. 


(14) 


66. 


(16) 


67. 


(26) 


68. 


(1) 



20. (29) 



53. (22) 
53. (23) 



Criminal Inq. 9 
(16). 

Miscellanea. 
129. no. 1. 



Miscellanea. 14. 
no. 2 (10). 



Missing (1806). 
Missing (1806). 

Missing (1806). 



Missing (1806). 



XX 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



22 Edw. I. 35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



61 
62 

63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 



68. (2) 
68. (3) 
68. (4) 
68. (5) 
68. (6) 
68. (7) 
68. (8) 
66. (17) 
68. (9) 
66. (18) 
68. (10) 



69. (1) 



66. (19) 



21. (1) 

21. (2) 

21. (3) 

20. (29) 
21^(4) 

22. (28) 

21. (5) 
21. (6) 
21. (7) 
21. (8) 



21. (9) 



54. (1) 



54. (2) 



Missing (1866). 



— 


Warrants. Series 




I. File 16. 




(525B.) 


— 


Miscellanea. 14. 




no. 2 (6). 


54. (3) 




54. (4) 




54. (5) 




54. (6) 




54. (7) 




54. (8) 




64. (9) 




54. (10) 




54. (11) 




54. (12) 




54. (13) 




64. (14) 




64. (15) 




64. (16) 





XXI 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


M^iQpAllfmf miQ 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




22 Edw. I. 78 






54. (17) 




79 


— 


— 


54. (18) 




80 


— 


21. (10) 






81 


— 


— 


54. (19) 




82 


— 


21. (11) 






83 


— 


21. (12) 






84 


69. (2) 








85 


— 


— 


54. (20) 




86 


— 


— 


54. (21) 




87 


— 


21. (13) 






88 


— 


— 


54. (22) 




89 


'■ — 


21. (14) 






90 


— 




54. (23) 




91 


— 


— 


54. (24) 




92 


— 


— 


54. (25) 




93 


— 


21. (15) 






94 


— 


— 


54. (26) 




95 


— 


— 


54. (27) 




96 


— 


— 


54. (28) 




97 


— 


— 


54. (29) 




98 


— 


21. (16) 






99 


— 


21. (17) 






100 


— 


21. (18) 






101 


— 


21. (19) 






102 


— 


21. (20) 






103 


— 


— 


54. (30) 




104 


— 


— 


54. (31) 




105 


— 


— 


54. (32) 




106 


— 


21. (21) 






107 


— 


21. (22) 






108 


— 


21. (23) 






109 


— 


21. (24) 






110 


— 


— 


54. (33) 




111 


— 


21. (25) 






112 


— 


21. (26) 






113 


— 


21. (27) 






114 


— 


21. (28) 




- 


115 


— 


21. (29) 






116 


— 


21. (30) 






117 


— . 


21. (31) 






118 


69. (3) 








119 


69. (4) 








120 


— 


21. (32) 






121 


— 


22. (1) 






122 


— » 


22. (2) 






123 


— 


22. (3) 







xxu 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



22 Edw. I. 124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
1.33 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 

146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
*151 
152 
153 
154 
155 

156 

157 

158 

159 



23 Edw. I. 



69. (6) 
69. (7) 



71. (10; 
69. (9) 



22. (4) 
22. (5) 
22. (6) 

22. (7) 

22. (8) 

22. (9) 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 

22. 



(10) 
(11) 
(12) 
(13) 
(14) 
(15) 
(16) 
(17) 
(18) 
(19) 
(20) 
(21) 
(22) 



22. (23) 
22. (24) 
22. (25) 
22. (26) 

22. (27) 



54. (34) 



54. (34) 



54. (35; 
54. (36) 



54. (37) 



Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 15 (6). 



O.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
Criminal Inq. 9 

(17). 



B-^/s^orirr-at^^^^^^^^^ 



XXIU 



23 Edw, I. 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35a 
35& 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 



70. 
70. 
70. 
70. 



(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 



69. (10) 

70. (6) 
70. (7) 
70. (8) 
70. (9) 
70. (10) 
70. (11) 
70. (12j 
70. (13) 
70. (14) 
70. (15) 
70. (16) 
70. (17) 
70. (18) 
70. (19) 
70. (20) 
70. (21) 



70. 


(22) 


70. 


(23) 


70. 


(24) 


70. 


(25) 


70. 


(26) 


70. 


(27) 


70. 


(28) 


71. 


(1) 


69. 


(11) 


71. 


(2) 


71. 


(3) 


71. 


(4) 


71. 


(5) 


71. 


(6) 


71. 


(V) 


71. 


(8) 


71. 


(9) 


70. 


(1) 


71. 


(11) 


71. 


(12) 


71. 


(13) 


71 


(14) 


71 


(15) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



55. (1) 



XXIV 



23 Edw. I. 



47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
69 
60 
61 

62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 

70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 

76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 



Liquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



71. (16, 17) 
71. (18) 
71. (19) 
71. 20) 
71. (21) 
71. (22) 

71. (23) 

72. (1) 
72. (2) 
72. (3)' 
72_(4) 

72. (5) 

72. (6) 
69. (12) and 

60. (7) 

73. (1) 



73. (2) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



69. (13) 



23. (1) 
23. (2) 



23. (3) 
23^(4) 
23. (6) 



23. (6) 

23. (7) 

23. (8). 

23. (9) 



23. (10) 

23. (11) 
23. (12) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



55. (30) 



55. (2, 3) 
65. (4) 
55. (5) 



56. (6) 

55. (7) 

55. (8) 

55. (9) 



55. (10) 
55. (11; 
55. (12) 



Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 4 (19). 



C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 



XXV 





Inquisitions 
Post Mortem. 


Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Edward I. 


Damnum. 




23 Edw. I. 89 


^^ 




55. (13) 




90 


— 


23. (13) 






91 


— 


— 


55. (14) 




92 


70. (13) 








93 


— 


— 


55. (31) 




94 


— 


23. (14) 






95 


— 


23. (15) 






96 


— 


23. (16) 






97 


— 


23. (17) 






98 


— 


23. (18) 






99 


— 


23. (19) 






100 


— 


23. (20) 






101 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


102 


— 


23. (21) 






103 


— . 


— . 


55. (15) 




104 


— 


24. (1) 




' 


105 


— 


24. (2) 






106 


— 




55. (16) 




107 


— 


— 


55. (17) 




108 


— 


24. (3) 






109 


— 




55. (18) 




110 


— 


— 


55. (19) 




111 


— 


24. (4) 






112 


— 


24. (5) 






113 


— 


56. (19) 






114 


— 


24. (6) 






115 


— 


24. (7) 






116 


— 


24. (8) 






117 


— 


24. (9) 






118 


— 


24. (10) 






119 


— 


— 


55. (20) 




120 


— 


24. (11) 






121 


— 


24. (12) 






122 


— 


24. (13) 






123 


— 


24. (14) 






124 


— 


24. (15) 






125 


— 


24. (16) 






126 


— 


24. (17) 






127 


— 


24. (18) 






128 


— 


24. (19) 






129 


— 


24. (20) 






130 


73. (2) 








131 


73. (3) 








132 


73. (4) 








133 


~ 


; 




C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 



XXVI 



Post Mortem, 
Edward I. 



Inquisitions Inquisitions 



Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions 



23 Edw. I. 



24 Edw. I. 



134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

26 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 



73. (5) 
73. (6) 
69. (14) 



74. 
74. 
74. 
74. 
74. 
74. 
74. 
74. 
74. 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 
(7) 
(8) 
(9) 
74. (10) 
74. (11) 
74. (12) 

73. (8) 

74. (13) 
74. (14) 
74. (15) 
74. (16) 
74. (17) 
73.' (9) 
74. (18) 
74. (19) 
74. (20) 
74. (21) 
74. (22) 
74. (23) 
74. (24) 
74. (25^ 
74. (26) 

74. (27) 
75 (1) 

75. (2) 
73. (10) 

76. (3) 
76. (4) 
76. (6) 



65. (21) 



66. (22) 
55, (23) 



Missing (1806). 



xxvu 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



24 Edw. I. 37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
' 73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 



^"vTS*'°f ' iMiscellaneous 
Ad Quod Inquisitions 
Damnum. ^ 



75. (6) 
75. (7) 
75. (8) 
75^(9) 

75. (10) 
75. (11) 
75. (12) 
75. (13) 
75. (14) 
75. (15) 
75. (16) 

75. (17) 

76. (18) 
75. (19) 
75. (20) 

75. (21) 
73. (11) 

76. (1) 
76. (2) 
73. (5) 
76. 
76. 
76. 
76. 

76. (7) 
76. (8) 



(3) 
(4) 
(5) 
(6) 



73. (6) 

77. (1) 



25. (1) 



25. (2) 
25. (3) 

25. (4) 



55. (21) 



56. (1) 



56. 


(2) 


56. 


(3) 


56. 


(4) 


56. 


(5) 


56. 


(6) 


66. 


(7) 


56. 


(8) 


56. 


(9) 


56. 


(10) 



56. (11) 
56. (12) 



xxvin 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



24 Edw. I. 82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 

88 

89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 



105 

106 
107 
108 
109 
110 

111 

112 

113 

114 
115 
116 
117 



77. (2) 



74. (9) 



77. (3) 



77. (4) 
77. (5) 
77. (6) 



25. 
25. 
26. 
25. 
25. 



(5) 
(6) 
(7) 
(8) 
(9) 



25. (10) 

25. (11) 

25. (12) 

25. (13) 

25. (14) 



25. (15) 

25. (16) 

25. (17) 

25. (18) 

25. (19) 

25. (20) 

25. (21) 



25. (22) 



56. (13) 
56. (14) 



56. (15) 



56. (16) 
56. (17) 



Warrants. Series 
I. Pile 12. 
(1124a.) 

Miscellanea. II. 
no. 4 (21). 

Council Proc. 



O.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
O.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 



XXIX 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions p,-«„^iia,„fioi,s 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod '^ 
Danrnum. 


[nquisitions. 




25 Edw. I. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


78. (1) 
78. (2) 
78. (3) 

77. (7) 
86. (9) 

78. (4) 

77. (4) 

78. (5) 






Missing (1806). 




10 




— 


— 


C.P. Writs and 
Eeturns. 




11 


66. (20) 










12 


78. (6) 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 




13 


78. (7) 










14 


78. (8) 










15 


78. (9) 










16 


78. (10) 










17 


77. (8) 










18 


78. (11) 








19 


78. (12) 








20 


78. (13) 








21 


78. (14) 




i 




22 


78. (15) 








23 


78. (16) 








24 


78. (17) 






25 


78. (18, 19) 






26 


78. (20) 






27 


77. (9) 


! 




28 


78. (21) 






29 


77- (5) 










30 


79. (1) 










31 


1 79. (2) 




i 






32 


79. (3) 










33 


79. (4) 










34 


79. (5) 










35 


79. (6) 










36 


79. (7) 










37 


79. (8) 










38 


79. (9) 










39 


79. (10) 










40 


79. (11) 


— 


— 


I P.M. Ed. IT. 

(27). 




41 


79. (12) 










42 


79. (13) 










43 


79. (14) 






1 



XXX 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


' 


25 Edw. I. 44 


79. (15) 








45 


80. (1) 








46 


80. (2) 








47 


80. (3) 








48 


80. (4) 








49 


80. (5) 








50 


80. (6) 








51 


81 








62 


82. (1) 








53 




26. (23) 






54 


— 


26. (24) 






55 


82. (2) 








56 


— 


26. (1) 






57 


— 


26. (2) 






58 


— 


— 


57. (1) 




59 


— 


— 


57. (2) 




60 


— 


— 


57. (3) 




61 


— 


26. (3) 






62 


— 


— 


57. (4) 




63 


— 


— 


57. (5) 




64 


— 


— 


57. (6) 




65 


— 


— 


67. (7) 




66 


— 


— 


57. (8) 




67 


— 


— 


57. (9) 




68 


— 


— 


57. (10) 




69 


— 


— 


57. (11) 




70 


— 


— 




Missing (1865). 


71 


— 


— 


57. (12) 




72 


— 


-^ 


57. (13) 




73 


— 


26. (4) 






74 


82. (3) 








75 


— 


26. (5) 






76 


— 


26. (6) 






77 


— 


26. (7) 






78 


— 




57. (14) 




79 


— 


— 


57. (15) 




80 


— 


— 


57. (16) 




81 


— 


— 


57. (17) 




82 


— 


26. (8) 






83 


— 


26. (9) 






84 


— 


26. (10) 






85 


— 


26. (11) 






86 


— 


26. (12) 






87 


— 


26. (13) 






88 




26. (14) 







XXXI 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem, 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



25 Edw. I. 



89 

90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 
107 
108 
109 
110 

111 

112 

113 
114 

115 

116 

117 



118 


— 


- 


119 


82, 


(4) 


120 


82. 


(5) 


121 


82. 


(6) 


122 


82. 


(7) 


123 


82. 


(8) 


124 


82. 


(9) 


125 


— 





26. (15) 

26. (16) 

26. (17) 

26. (18) 

26. (19) 



26. (20) 
26. (21) 



26. (22) 



57. (18) 



57. (19) 
57. (20) 
57. (21) 



57. (22) 
57. (23) 



57. (24) 



57. (25) 

57. (26) 

57. (27) 

57. (28) 



57. (29) 



57. (30) 



56. (22) 



Missing (1806). 

Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 32 (5). 



Ancient Petition 

15795. 
Criminal Inq. 9 

(18). 
Miscellanea. 80. 

no. 7 (240). 

Criminal Inq. 9 

(19). 
Criminal Inq. 9 

(20). 
Criminal Inq. 9 

(21). 
Miscellanea. 55. 

no. 9 (351). 



xxxu 





Inquisitions 

Post Mortem. 

Edward I. 


Inqiiisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 




25 Edw. I 126 






56. (21) 




127 


81 








26 Edw. I. 1 


83. (1) 








2 


83. (2) 








3 


83. (3) 








4 


83. (4) 








6 


83. (5) 








6 


83. (6) 








7 


83. (7) 








8 


83. (8) 








9 


83. (9) 








10 


82. (15) 








11 


82. (16) 






12 


69. (14) 


j 




13 


83. (10) 


1 




14 


82. (17) 








15 


83. (11) 








16 


83. (12) 








17 


82. (18) 


1 




18 


83. (13) 


1 




19 


83. (14) 






20 


83. (15) 






21 


83. (16) 






22 


83. (17) 


, 




23 


83. (18) 






24 


83. (19) 






25 


83. (20) 






26 


83. (21) 






27 


84. (1) 






28 


84. (2) 


, 




29 


82. (9) 






30 


84. (3) 








31 


84. (4) 








32 


84. (5) 








33 


84. (6) 








34 


84. (7) 








35 


— 


— 


57. (33) 




36 


84. (8) 








37 


86. {D 








38 


86. (2) 








39 


86. (3) 








40 


85. (4) 









XXXlll 







Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


^iQPplla.'npnnR 






1 


Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




26 Edw. I. 


41 
42 


86. (1) 
86. (2) 










43 


— ■ 


— 


57. (34) 






44 


— 


— 


57. (35) 






45 


— 


— 


57. (36) 






46 


— 


— 


57. (37) 






47a 


— 


— 


57. (38) 






47& 


— 


27. (1) 








48 


82. (19) 










49 


— 


27. (2) 








50 


. — 


27. (3) 








51 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (1). 




52 


— 


— 


57. (39) 






53 


86. (3) 










54 


86. (4) 










55 




27. (4) 








56 


— 




57. (40) 






57 


— 


27. (5) 








58 


— 


27. (6) 








59 


— 


27. (7) 








60 


— 


27. (8) 








61 





27. (9) 








62 




27. (10) 








63 




27. (11) 








64 


— 


27. (12) 








65 


— 


— 


57. (41) 






66 


— 


— 


57. (42) 






67 


— 


27. (13) 








68 


— 


— 


57. (43) 






69 


— 


27. (14) 








70 


— 


— 


57. (44) 






71 


86. (5) 










72 


86. (6) 










73 


86. (7) 










74 


86. (8) 










75 


86. (9) 






1 




76 


86. (JO) 








27 Edw. I. 


1 

2 
3 

4 


87. (1) 
87. (2) 
87. (3) 
87. (4) 




— 


Missing (1806). 


Wt. 4644. 














xxxtv 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Post Mortom 


Ad Quod 






Edward F. 


Damnum. 




27 Edw. I. 5 


87. (5) 








6 


87. (6) 








7 


87. (7) 








8 


87. (8) 








9 


87. (9) 








10 


87. (10) 








11 


87. (11) 








12 


87. (12) 








13 


86. (14) 








14 


87. (13) 








15 


87. (14) 








16 


87. (15) 








17 


87. (16) 








18 


86. (15) 








19 


87. (17) 








20 


87. (18) 








21 


87. (19) 








22 


87. (20) 








23 


87. (21) 








24 


87. (22) 








25 


86. (16) 








26 


87. (23) 








27 


87. (24) 








28 


88. (1) 








29 


88. (2) 








30 
31 


88. (3) 
88. (4) 


— 


— 


Missing (1806). 


32 


88. (5) 








33 


88. (6) 








34 


86. (17) 








35 


88. (7) 








36 


88. (8) 








37 


88, (9) 








38 


88. (10) 








39 


88. (11) 








40 


89. (1) 








41 


89. (2; 








42 


89. (3) 








43 


89. (4) 








44 


89. (6) 








45 


89. (6) 








46 


89. (7) 








47 


89. (8) 








48 


86. (18) 








49 


90. (1) 









XXXV 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions -, 


l/Ti cippl 1 fl.Ti prill s 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




27 Edw. I. 50 


90. (2) 








51 


90. (3) 








52 


— 


— 


58. (1) 




53 


90. (4) 








• 54 


91. (1) 








55 


91. (2) j 








56 


— 


28. (1) 






57 


— ' 




— 


Warrants. Series 
I. File 1598. 


58a 


— 


— 1 


58. (2) 




586 


— 


— 


55. (22) 




59 


— 


— 


58. (3) 




60 


— 


28. (2) 






61 


i 


28. (3) 






62 


1 


28. (4) 






63 


1 


— 


58. (4) 




64 


> 92. (1) 








65 


— 


28. (5) 






66 


92. (2) 








67 


— 


— 


58. (5) 




68 


— 


— 


58. (6) 




69 


— 


28. (6) 






70 


— 


— 


58. (7) 




71 


— 


28. (7) 






72 


1 — 


28. (8) 






73 


— 


28. (9) 






74 


1 
1 


— 


58. (8) 




75 




28. (10) 






76 


! 


14. (29) 






77 





28. (11) 






78 


91. (2) 








79 




28. (12) 






80 


— 


28. (13) 






81 


— 


28. (14) 






82 


— 


28. (15) 






83 


— 


1 31. (31) 






84 


— 


— 


58. (9)- 




85 


— 


— 


58. (10) 




86 


— 


28. (16) 


N 




87 


— 


28. (17) 






88 





— 





Missing (1806). 


89 


t — 


— 





Missing (1806). 


90 


— 


— 


58. (11) 




91 


— 


18. (24) 






92 


— 





56. (22) 





XXXVl 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




27 Edw. I. 93 




28. (18) 






94 


— 


28. (19) 






95 


92. (3) 








96 


— 


29. (1) 






97 


— 


29. (2) 




• 


98 


— 


29. (3) 






99 


— 


29. (4) 






100 


— 


— 


58. (12) 




101 


92. (4) 








102 




29. (5) 






103 


— 


29. (6) 






104 


— 


— 


58. (13) 




105 


— 


29. (7) 






106 


— 


29. (8) 






107 


82. (14) 








108 


— 


— 


58. (14) 




109 


— 


29. (9) 






110 


— 


29. (10) 






111 


— 


29. (11) 






112 


— 


29. (12) 






113 


— 


29. (13) 






114 


— 


29. (14) 






115 


92. (5) 








116 


— 


— 


58. (15) 




117 


— 


29. (15) 


* / 




118 


— 


29. (16) 






119 


— 


30. (1) 






120 


— 


30. (2) 






121 


— 


30. (3) 






122 


— 


30. (4) 






123 


— 


30. (5) 






124 


— 


30. (6) 






125 


85. (1) 








126a 




— 


54. (37) 




1266 


— 


30. (7) 






127 


— 


30. (8) 






128 


— 


30. (9) 






129 


92. (6) 








130 


92. (7) 








131 


— 


— 


58. (16) 




132 


— 


^~. 


58. (17) 




133 


— 


30. (10) 






134 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 58. 


135 


— 


30. (11) 




no. 7 (312). 



XXXVll 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem, 

Edward I. 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



27 Edw. I, 136 

137 
138 
139 

140 
141 
142 
143 
144 

145 

146 



92. (8) 



14/ 

148 
149 


— 


150 


— 


151 ! 

152 

153 


92. (9) 


154 i 

155 I 
156 
157 


92. (10) 
92. (11) 


158 
159 


92. (12) 


28 Edw. I. 1 
2 
3 
4 

5 i 

6 1 
7 

8 
9 


87. (1) 

92. (13) 

93. (1) 

92. (14) 

93. (2) 
93. (3) 
93. (4) 

92. (15) 

93. (5) 



30. (12) 
30. (13) 



30. (14) 



30. (15) 



30. (16) 



56. (21) 
58. (18) 



58. (22) 



58. (19) 
58. (20) 



Miscellanea. 80. 
no. 7 (233). 

Miscellanea. 10. 
no. 32 (6). 



C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 



C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 
C.P. Writs and 

Returns. 



C.P. Writs and 
Returns. 



Miscellanea. 56. 
no. 4 (170). 



XXXVlll 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IVTi snpl 1 a.Ti pnn ^ 






Post Mortem. 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 




28 Edw. I. 10a 


93. (6) 








10& 


93. (12) 








11 


93. (7) 








12 


93. (8) 








13 


93. (9) 








14 


93. (10) 








15 


93. (11) 








16 


93. (12) 








17 


93. (13) 








18 


93. (14) 








19 


93. (15) 








20 


93. (16) 








21 


93. (17) 








22 


— 


— 


59. (1) 




23 


92. (16) 








24 


93. (18) 








25 


92. (10) 








26 


93. (19) 








27 


93. (20) 








28 . 


93. (21) 








29 


93. (22) 








30 


93. (23) 








31 


93. (24) 








32 


93. (25) 








33 


94. (I) 








34 


94. (2) 








35 


92. (17) 








36 


94. (3) 








37 


94. (4) 








38 


92. (11) 








39 


94. (5) 








40 


94. (6) 








41 


94. (7) 








42 


94. (8) 








43 


94. (9) 








44 


95, 96, 97 








45 
46 


92. (18) 




— 


Missing (1806). 


47 


— 


— 


59. (2) 




*48 


—^ 


33. (12) 


— 


Ancient Petition, 
15796. 


49 


— 


31. (1) 






50 


— 




59. (3) 




51 


— 


31. (2) 






52 


98. (1) 









* Divided, 



XXXIX 



28 Edw. I. 



53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 

68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 

76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 



Inquisitions 

Post Mortem 

Edward I. 



98. (2) 
98. (3) 

98. (4) 



98. (5) 
98. (6) 



Inquisitions 
Ad Quod 
Damnum. 



31. (3) 



31. (4) 
31. (5) 
31. (6) 



31. 


(7) 


31. 


(8) 


31. 


(9) 


31. 


(10) 


31. 


(11) 


31. 


(12) 


31. 


(13) 


31. 


(14) 


31. 


(15) 


31. 


(16) 



31. (17) 



31. 


(18) 


31. 


(19) 


31. 


(20) 


31. 


(21) 


31. 


(22) 


31. 


(23) 


31. 


(24) 


31. 


(25) 


31. 


(26) 


31. 


(27) 


31. 


(28) 


31. 


(29) 


31. 


(30) 


32. 


(1) 


32. 


(2) 


32. 


(3) 



Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 



59. (4) 
59. (5) 
59. (6) 



Miscellanea. 14. 
no. 2 (10). 



59. (7) 



Miscellanea. 11. 
no. 5 (2). 



59. (8) 



xl 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


IWiQPf^llnnpmif: 


. 




Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 


Inquisitions. 


> 


28 Edw. I. 06 




32. (4) 






97 


92. (19) 








98 


— 


32. (5) 






99 


— 


32. (6) 






100 


— 


32. (7) 






101 


98. (7) 








102 


— 


32. (8) 






103 


— 


— 


59. (9) 




104 


— 


32. (9) 






105 


— 


32. (10) 






106 


— 


32. (11) 






107 


— 


32. (12) 






108 


— 


32. (13) 






109 


— 


— 


59. (10) 




110 


— 


32. (14) 






111 


— 


32. (15) 






112 


— 


32. (16) 






113 


— 


— : 


59. (11) 




114 


— 


32. (17) 






115 


— 


32. (18) 






116 


— 


32. (19) 






117 


— 


32. (20) 






118 


— 


32. (21 J 






119 


— 


— 


57. (41) 




120 


— 


32. (22) 






121 


— 


32. (23) 






122 


— 


33. (1) 






123 


— 


33. (2) 






124 


— 


33. (3) 






125 


— 


33. (4) 






126 


— 


33. (5) 






127 


— 


33. (6) 






128 


— 


— 


— 


Miscellanea. 56. 


129 


98. (8) 






no. 4 (170). 


130 


— 


33. (7) 






131 


98. (9) 








132 


— 


33. (8) 






133 


— 


33. (9) 






134 


— 


33. (10) 






135 


— 


37. (15) 






136 


— 


33. (11) 






137 


— 


33. (12) 






138 


— 


33. (13j 






139 


~ 


33. (14) 







xli 





Inquisitions 


Inquisitions 


Miscellaneous 
Inquisitions. 






Post Mortem 
Edward I. 


Ad Quod 
Damnum. 




28 Edw. I. 140 




33. (15) 






141 


— 


33. (16) 






142 


— 


33. (17) 






143 


— 


33. (18) 






144 


— 


33. (19) 






145 


98. (10) 








146 


98. (11) 








147 


— 


33. (20) 






148 


— 


33. (21) 






149 


— 


33. (22) 






150 


— 


— 


59. (12) 




151 


— 


30. (16) 






152 


— 


33. (23) 






153 








Placita in Cane. 
File I. no. 1 
(2). 


154 


— 


— 


— 


Missing (1865). 


155 


98. (12) 








156 


98. (13) 








157 


98. (14) 








158 


98. (15) 








159 


98. (16) 








160 


98. (17) 








161 


98. (18) 








162 


98. (19) 








163 







— 


Miscellanea. 1. 
no. 6 (25). 


164 


'~^ 




— 


Criminal Inq. 9 
(22). 


165 


98. (20) 








166 


98. (21) 








167 


— 


33. (24) 






168 


— 


33. (25) 






169 


— 


33. (26) 






170 


98. (22) 









Wt. 4644. 



( xUi ) 



COREIGENDA. 



No. 74. Wilts, for Buile read Binle. 

356. Somerset, for Leyton read Loxton. 

384. Norfolk, for Tettewell read Feltewell. 

408. Chester, for 'twertuyt' read ' twertnyc' 
,, Reference — ^for File 5.(6.) read File 5.(4.) 

409. Chester, for 'twertuylt' read ' twertnyk' (?). 



CALENDAE OF INQUISITIONS. 

EDWAED I. 



1. Rajjph de Haddelbye. 



8 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
[Berks ?] Inq. made at Estbur[y] 17 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

[Estbury ?] He held nothing of the king in chief, but one John de 
Marisco, son and heir of Agnes sometime his wife, before the said 
Ralph's death, entered into a fourth part of a knight's fee worth 
100s. which the said Ralph sometime held as of the inheritance of 
the said Agnes of the king in chief. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (1.) 

2- Richard de Stocporte. 

Writ to Reginald de Grey, justice of Chester, 20 July, 20 Edw. I. 
Ivq. {missing). 

[* Ipreve tantum). 
Stocporte. The manor. 
EcheHs. The manor. 
Bredebury. The manor. 
Wideford. Member of 
Povinton. 
Bekum.] 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (2.) 

3. William de Monte Caniso of Edwardeston. 

Writ oi certiorari super vero valor e concerning aU the lands &c. which 
were of the said William in Foxherde, who appropriated them after 
the death of Eleanor late the king's consort, 10 Dec. 20 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Gelham, 20 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

Foxherde. He held a messuage called Weston, 80a. arable, 2a. meadow, 
6a. wood, and 32s. lOjd. rent, &c. for life only. No one appro- 
priated the same except the escheator and sub-escheator who had 
custody thereof, before and since the death of Queen Eleanor. 

G. Edw. I. File 61. (3.) 
* Thus given in the Calendar printed in 1806. 



INQUISITIONS. 



4. Thomas db Blakbnbye alias de Blakbnb. 

Writ, 12 Deo. 20 Edw. I. 
Glottcester. Inq. Sunday after St. Hilary, 20 Edw. I. 

Blakene. A cou with buildings, a virgate of land, a water-mill, and 
6 tenants, held of the king in chief, rendering to the king 19s. yearly 
at the castle of St. Briavel's, and doing suit at the king's swanymot 
of the forest. He also held a virgate of land in Walford, co. Hereford, 
service unknown. 

Hbebpoed. Inq. Wednesday after St. Vincent, 20 Edw. I. (defaced.) 

Walford, within the liberty of the bishop of Hereford. A messuage and 
a virgate of land, held of James de Walford, rendering 2s. 6d. yearly ; 
and 6s. Id. yearly rent, tenure unspecified. 

He died [20 Edw. I. ?]. Thomas his eldest son, then in his 

fifteenth year, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (4.) 



5. John de Bohun alias de Boun, de Bon. 

Writ, 12 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
Glottcester. Inq. Friday before St. Matthias, 20 Edw. I. 

Harsefeld. The manor held in socage of Sir Humphrey de Bohun, earl 
of Hereford and Essex, by service of a clove gillyflower at 
the feast of St. Michael yearly. 

Henry his son, aged 15, is his next heir. 

Wilts. Inq. Tuesday after St. Scholastica, 20 Edw. I. 

Wylesford. The manor held of Sir H. de Boun, earl of Hereford and 

Essex, by service of a pair of gilt spurs and by sokemanry. 
Maningeford. The manor held of the same earl by service of a sixth part 
of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Dorset. Extent, 20 Jan. 20 Edw. 1. 

Gyssich St. Michael. The manor held in socage of Sir Humphrey de 
Bon, earl of Hereford, by service of a pair of white, gloves on 
the feast of St. Michael. 



C. Edw. I. File 61. (5.) 



Heir as above, his first born son. 

6. Saer de Stjtton. 

Writ, 6 Feb. 20 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Hedon on Monday after the Annunication, 20 Edw. I. 

Sutton. A capital messuage, a fishery, 20J bovates of land, a windmill, 
and 49s. rent in Sutton, Conningeston, Gagensted, Hull and 
elsewhere, with the dower of Christiana late the wife of the said 
Saer, all held of Lady Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, 
by knight's service, which she holds as dower of the escheat of 
Albemarle ; 2lb. pepper and lU). cummin rent ; a plot of arable 



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land and meadow called Braunceholm held of the heirs of William 
de Hylton, by homage and service ; and a place called Ermytholm, 
held by homage and service, whereof a moiety is of the fee of the 
coimtess, and a moiety of the fee of the said heir of Hylton. 
Cristiana de Sutton his mother is dowered of a third of all the above. 

John his son, aged 21 on the octave of Holy Trinity, 19 Edw. I., is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (6.) 

7. William Swet of Brachel[e]. 

Writ, 24 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton on Monday after St. Valentine, 

20 Edw. I. 
Wytefeld. 4a. land in the fields, held for life of the demise of Thomas 

Swet of Brachel[e] of the king's fee. 
Brachel[e]. A messuage, a virgate of land, and 4a. meadow in the town, 

held of the abbot of Leicester, rendering 23s. yearly ; and 8a. land 

ia the fields, held of Helen {Elena) la Suche, rendering 20d. yearly. 

William his son, aged 7 and more from the feast of the Annunciation, 
19 [Edw. I.], is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (7.) 

8. IlAiirTJLPH LB ROTER. 

Writ to Robert de Valle Regali, escheator in co. Chester, 3 March, 

20 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Alvandeley on Friday after St. Cuthbert. 

Kyngeslay. J knight's fee in the fee of Kyngeslay held of the king in 

chief. 
Honston [alias Onston], held of the king, rendering 6d. yearly at the 

exchequer of Chester. 
Chester. One ' stal ' in the river Dee with a free boat (hatello) rendering 

3d. yearly at the exchequer of Chester ; liberties within and 

without the city rendering 2d. yearly at the exchequer of Chester; 

a house held of Ralph son of Simon rendering 6d. yearly to 

Roger de Mouhaut ; a house held of Ralph le Boteler, rendering 

to binfi 18d. yearly ; and a house held of John Boydel, rendering 

to biTTi a pair of white gloves yearly. 
Thornton and Elton. The town of Thornton with the advowson of 

the church, and the land of Elton, held of Peter de Ardeme rendering 

to him a pair of gilt spurs yearly or 6d. 
Aston. 2 bovates of land, held of Richard de Aston, rendering to him 

2 barbed arrows yearly. 
Peter his son, aged 5, is his next heir. 

Writ to the same, 6 March, 20 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Weverham on Saturday after St. Cuthbert {defaced). 

To the same effect as above. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 61. (8.) 



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9. RiOHAED DE LA MoRE. 

Writ, 6 May, 20 Edw. I. 
GLOtrcESTBR. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Augustine, 20 Edw. I. 

Oldelonde and Buttone. A capital messuage with other houses, 

gardens &o., a dovecote, a mill and half a water-mill, 100a. arable, 

28a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 8 marks rent, whereof 4s. are of the fee 

of the earl of Gloucester, and pleas and perquisites of court, aU held 

of the king in chief by service of half a knight's fee ; and 27a. arable 

and 5a. pasture, held of Thomas le Kniht of the fee of the earl of 

Gloucester, 

Bartholomew de la More, father of the said Richard, begat of his first 

wife a son named Nicholas, who had a lawful son named John now aged 

30 years. The same Bartholomew begat of his second wife two sons, 

Bartholomew and the aforesaid Richard ; and from the same 

Bartholomew, the brother, issued a lawful son Stephen, now aged 30, 

but the said Richard died without any heir of his body : which of the 

said John or Stephen is the next heir, the jury know not. 

Writ to the escheator to take the above lands into the king's hand until it 
shall be settled in the king's court which of the said Stephen and 
John is the next heir, 27 June, 20 Edw. I. 

Writ of scire facias to the escheator to warn the said John to be before 
the king on the morrow of Holy Trinity next, to shew cause why the 
lands &c. of the said Richard should not be delivered to the said 
Stephen as his next heir, 30 April, 21 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (9.) 



10. Hugh de Stredleyb alias de Steedeley. 



.. .:t, 23 June, 20 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. made at Derby on Saturday after St. Swithin, 20 Edw. I. 
Athlastre. 6 bovates and a plot of land, and 2s. rent at MuLnehay ; 
whereof he held 2 bovates of Sir Thomas Thochet by homage, service 
of 16d., and suit of court, 2 bovates of William son of Richard de 
Atlastre by homage and service of 6d., and 2 bovates of the abbot 
of Derley by homage and service of I8d., the plot of land of 
William de Burley by service of Id. yearly, and the rent of 
Milnehay of Robert de Stredeley by service of 2a!. yearly. 

Philip his son, aged 20 at the feast of St. Michael next, is his next 
heir. 

Derby. Inq. made at Asselbache on Wednesday after the Translation of St. 
Thomas the Mart}^, 20 Edw. I. 
Brough (Burgum). A water-miU held of the kmg in chief by service of 
carrymg a lanner falcon at the king's court in the season at the 
king s charges so long as he remains there, saving that he shall have 
his own horse when he comes, and if it die it shall be made good 
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Hasselbach. A manor (extent given) including ' loth ' of the mine {i.e. the 
thirteenth dish of lead), held of Sir Robert de Stredeley by homage 
and service of J knight's fee. 
Wardelowe. 6s. from a freeholder, tenure unspecified. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (10.) 



11. Margery db Mbrlay, late the wife of John de Lexinton. 

Writ of 'plenius certiorari to Thomas de NormanviU escheator, on the 
complaint of Gilbert de UmframvUl that whereas Richard de 
Umframvill, his grandfather, whose heir he is, granted the manor 
of Barwesford to Roger de Merleye in free marriage with Margery 
his daughter, to hold to them and the heirs of the body of the same 
Margery, with reversion to the said Richard or his heirs, now on 
the death of the said Margery without such heir the escheator has 
taken the said manor into the king's hand and keeps it from the 
same Gilbert, 30 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

Northxtmberland. Inq. made at Hedon on the Wall on Monday after St. 
Peter in Cathedra, 20 Edw. I. 
Barouesford. The said Richard granted the manor as abovesaid ; the 
said Margery died without heir of her body ; and the manor ought 
to revert to the said Gilbert as heir of Richard de Wmfrawill. 

Writ of certiorari super causa captionis concerning the lands which Margery 
de Merlay, lately deceased, held in dower of the inheritance of Richard 
de Sutton, son and heir of Robert de Sutton, deceased, who held of 
the king in chief, 4 February, 20 Edw. I. 

[Nottingham] and Derby. Inq. Thursday before Lent, 20 Edw. I. 

Warsop. The manor (extent given), including stallage of the market and 
rents of 2 marks from the prior of St. Oswald for 20 bovates of land 
in Sulcohn', and 5s. yearly from the abbot of Welbeck for the 
grange of Gledthorp, held of the king in chief, tenure unspecified. 

Pleseley. The park and 2 bovates of land in Scliir[ebrok], held of the 
lord of Pleseley by service of Id. yearly. 

Margery de Merlay was dowered of the above named manor together 
with the manor of Tokesforth for all the lands &c. which were of John 
de Lexinton her husband, ancestor of Richard de Sutton, of Cecily the 
wife of John de Bray, Agnes the wife of WDliam de Sayntecroys, and 
John de LongevHers, a minor and in the king's wardship, for which cause 
the escheator took the said manors into the king's hand. The manors 
are of the inheritance of the said Richard, Cecily, Agnes and John. 

Nottingham. Inq. Saturday before Lent, 20 Edw. I. 

Tockisforth. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants), 
is held of the king in chief and is of the inheritance of Richard de 
Sutton, Cecily the wife of John le Bray, Agnes the wife of William 
de Seyntecrois, and John de Lomigvilers, and Margery de Merlay 
was dowered thereof &c., as abovesaid. 



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Writ of scire facias on the petition of Richard de Sutton, who claims 
as one of the heirs of Henry de Lexinton to have his share in the 
manors of Tokesford and Warsop, both of which were held in dower 
by Margery late the wife of John de Lexinton : reciting that on the 
suit of John de Bray, the manor of Tokesford, which Margery late 
the wife of John de Lexinton, brother of the said Henry, held in dower 
of his inheritance on the day of her death, was ordered to be divided 
equally between the said John de Bray and Cecily his wife 
daughter and one of the heirs of Robert de Markham, kinsman 
and one of the heirs of Henry de Lexinton, WiUiam de Sancta 
Cruce and Agnes his wife another daughter and heir of Robert de 
Markham, and John de Lungevilers, kinsman and third heir of the 
said Robert, the share of John de Lungevilers being by reason of 
his nonage, retained in the king's hand ; and commanding the 
escheator to warn the said parties to be before the king on Sunday 
in Mid-lent to receive their pourparties &c. and meanwhile 
to cause the said manors to be extended &c., 16 February, 
20 Edw. I. 
[Nottingham.] Extent, Thursday the morrow of St. Gregory the Pope, 
20 Edw. I. 

Toxford. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 
including meadows in the south park, LittU more, Eton, LuUewode 
and Karleton, and a little meadow called Ker, and among the free 
tenants, 6 bovates of land in Marcham and Milneton held by John 
de Riperes, 2 bovates of land in Bevercote held by William de 
Bevercote, and a toft in Toxford and a tenement in Marcham in 
Westmarcham, held by WiUiam de Sancta Cruce. 

Warsop. The manor (extent given), including 26s. 8d. rendered by the 
prior of St. Oswald for 6 bovates of land in Solweholm, 65. yearly 
by the abbot of WeUebek for the grange of Gledthorp, the park 
of Plessley and 2 bovates of land in Shirebrok which are held of the 
lord of Pleseley by service of Id., and stallage of the forest. 

[See Calendar of Close Bolls, 1288-1296, p. 223.] 

C.Edw.I. File 61. (11.) 



12. RoGEE DE Caliston alias de Calestone, de Calston. 

Writ, 28 Feb., 20 Edw I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Devyses on Tuesday the feast of St. Edward the King 

and Martyr, 20 Edw. I. 
Calestone and Cameresford. A messuage and 2 carucates of land, held 

at fee farm by socage of the king in chief, rendering 58s. id. yearly ; 

and a park and pasture, held of the treasurer of Salisbury by knight's 

service rendering to him 20s. yearly. 
Lyttlecote [alias Litlecote]. A knight's fee held of Robert de London 

in chief by knight's service. 
Childhamton. A hide of land held of the abbess of Wylton in chief by 

knight's service. 
Little Derneford [alias Durnesford]. A carucate of land held of the 

earl of Lincoln by knight's service. 



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Ebbelesburne Wake. lOOs. rent held of Ingram Beneger by knight's 
service. 

Roger his son, aged a year and a quarter, is his next heir. 

[SotrTHAMPTOsr.] Inq. made at Aimdevere on Saturday after St. Gregory, 
20 Edw. I. 
Knight's Enham. IQl. yearly rent payable by the hands of the bishop of 
Bath who holds the manor in fee. The town is held of the heirs of 
Matthew de Columbariis, who hold the same of the king in chief. 
The advowson of the church belongs to the heirs of the said Roger. 
Heir as above. 

Writ of certiorari as to whether the said lands &c. held of the king in 
Caleston and Camerford are held by knight's service, whereby the 
wardship pertains to the king, or in socage whereby they ought to 
pertain to the said Roger's heir, 24 February, 20 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. Tuesday the feast of St. Edward the Kiug and Martjnr, 
20 Edw. I. 
Calston and Quemerford. A messuage and 2 carucates of land, were 
held at fee farm by socage of the king in chief, rendering 58s. 4d. 
yearly at the king's exchequer. He held nothing else of the king 
in chief. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum, 1 April, 20 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Sahsbury on Saturday before St. George, 20 Edw. I. 

{and duplicate). 
Caleston and Cameresford, &c. To the same effect as above, with the 

variations there given within square brackets. 

Heir as above. 

G. Edw. I. File 61. (12.) 

13. Nicholas Malemeyns. 

Writ 20 AprU, 20 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. Saturday the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 20 Edw. I. 
Aldewyke. The manor (extent given) held of the archbishop of 
Canterbury by service of 14s. &d. yearly and suit of court. 

Nicholas his son, aged 17 at Christmas next, is his next heir. 

Southampton. Extent, Friday before St. Dunstan, 20 Edw. I. 

Suthwargheborgh alias Suthwargheburn. The manor (extent given) 

held of the king in chief by service of a sore sparrowhawk, or 2s. 

yearly. 
Stampneshou within the liberty of Portem[uth], held of the king in chief. 

Heir as above, aged 17. 

Southampton. Extent, Thursday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 
20 Edw. I. 
Stampneshou. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief in the 
liberty of Portesm[uth] by service of rendering a sore sparrowhawk 
yearly in the king's exchequer. By charter of King Henry III. the 
bailiffs of Portesm[uth] are allowed 35s. ^d. yearly of their farm of 
20i. at the exchequer for the land of Stampneshou. 

Heir as above, aged 17. 



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[Essex.] Incl. 10 May, 20 Edw. I. 

Reinham. A messuage, 60a. land, la. meadow, and 6 marks rent, held 
of the earl of Hereford of the honour of Maundevile by service of 
I knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 19. 

Inq (fragment undated). 

manor 

Kent. Ivq. Monday after the Ascension, 20 Edw. I. 

Scapeia. A house, and 60a. arable, pasture for 180 sheop, 43*'. Sd. ront, 
a cock and two hens, held of the king in chief by service of 10s. yearly 
at his manor of Middilton, and suit at the view of frank pledge twice 
a year. 

Heir as above, aged 18. 

C. Edw. 7. File 61. (13.) 

14. William db Estttrs, knight, alias Lestub. 

Writ, 12 Nov., 20 Edw. I. 
[Southampton.] Inq. Saturday the eve of St. Thomas the Apostle, 21 Edw. T. 

Helesye alias Hulesye. 20a. land in the manor, held of the king in chief 
by service of suit of court at the castle of Porcestre, and by service 
of finding a man at the said castle for eight days in time of war with 
' parpojmt ', steel cap and lance, and the rent is worth 5s. QM. 
yearly ; 20a. land with a dovecot &c. in the manor, held of the 
lady of Warbhnton by service of suit at the court of Middlington 
every three weeks, and 6s. rent; and 20a. arable held of Richard 
de Porteseye by service of 1^6. pepper and a rose yearly rent. 
Geoffrey de Insula, his brother, is his next heir and of full age. 

[SouTHAMPTOiir ; Isle of Wight.] Inq. Saturday the evo of St. Thomas 
the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 

Gatecomb. The manor (extent given), including 2 mills, held of Isabel 
countess of Albemale in chief for four fees by service of suit of court 
at Neuburgh every three weeks. 

Wytewell. The manor (extent given), pertaining to the manor of 
Gatecomb, held of Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemale by 
the service aforesaid. 

Caulborn. The manor (extent given), pertaining to the manor of 
Gatecomb, including a dovecot, similarly held. 
Heir as above. 

Writ of plenius certiorari de feodis &c., 7 Nov., 21 Edw. I. 
Sottthampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. made at Neweport on Wednesday after 

St. Lucy, 22 Edw. I. 
La Bregge. A carucate of land held by Sir John Attebrogg for 

i luiight's fee. 
Arefeld. 80a. land held bv Odo do Cumbpton for ^ knight's foe. 
Wlferton and Stoureswath. A carucate of land held by John de 

Wlferton for J knight's fee. , 
Yauford. A carucate of land held by John de Grimsted for J knight's 

fee. 



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Le Hale. A carucate of land held by William de (Godinton for 

J knight's fee. 
Newenham. 30a. land held by William Russel for } knight's fee. 
Honingeford. 40a. land held by William de Martr' for 1 knight's 

fee ; and 15a.- land held by Henry Botebrigg for j^ knight's 

fee. 
Westebrok. 20a. land held by Hugh Thomas for } knight's fee. 
Notelestoii. 40a. land held by Sir Walter de Insula for ^ knight's fee. 
Alfricheston, held by Geoffrey de Insula, of the dower of Iseult his wife, 

for 1 knight's fee. 
Gatecumbe. The advowson of the church. 

Schedule containing the above, with valuation of two parts and a third 
part. 

C. Edw. I. File 61, (14.) 

15. Htjgh son of John. 

Writ 5 March, 20 Edw, I. 
Salop. Inq. Thursday the feast of SS. Philip and James, 20 Edw. I. 

Esnebrugge. The town (extent given), including a rent of a pair of iron 
spurs, held of the king with his other lands by serjeanty of keeping 
the king's forests in co, Salop ; and he used to receive 42s. yearly 
from the lady of Boulewas. 

Roger son of John, his brother, aged 26 and more, is his next heir, 

Heebfobd. Inq. taken at Leominster on Wednesday before St, Mark, 
20 Edw. I. 
Brumfeld. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by grand 
serjeanty by service of being chief forester in co, Salop. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

C.Edw.I. File 61. (15.) 



16- Joan la Sectjlebb, sometime the wife of Nicholas le Sectjleb. 

Writ to the escheator concerning the lands &c. held in dower by the said 

Joan of the inheritance of Richard Daniel, a minor and in the king's 

wardship, 15 Sept., 21 Edw. I. 
[Herefobd.] Inq. made at Mawerdyn on Thursday after St. Luke, 

20 Edw. I. 
Amberley. A messuage, 140a. arable, 18a. meadow, 6a. pasture and 

2a. wood, held in dower of the inheritance of the said Nicholas of 

the heirs of Peter de Stanton by service of 20s. yearly. 
Deweschirche. A messuage and croft, similarly held of the prior of 

Culpek by service of |K>. cummin. 
Wormeton. A carucate of land and 6a. meadow, similarly held of Hugh 

de Kynardesley by service of a pair of gloves, price Id. 
Hunfreyeston. 39s. 2d. rent of assize similarly held of the king in chief 

by service of 5s. yearly. 
Birches. 13s. 4d. rent of assize similarly held of Hugh de Kynardesley 

by service of a pair of gloves. 



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Deweswele. 3s. rent of assize similarly held of the same by the above 

service. 
The pleas &c. of Hunfreyeston, Birches and Deweswelle are worth 
2s 6d. yearly. 

She held nothing except as dower. 

The said Nicholas had a son and heir Nicholas who survived his father 
and died without heir of himself, leaving four sisters and heirs, Alice 
the eldest, Cecily, Christiana and Denise. Christiana and Denise, being 
of full age and sui juris, quitclaimed to the said Alice in the king's 
court before the justices of the bench all their right in the lands &c. 
of Nicholas their brother, and in those which the said Joan held as 
dower, so that the said Alice, aged 36 years and more, the wife of Walter 
de Frene, and Richard Danyel, aged 19 at the feast of St. John the 
Baptist last, son of the said Cecily deceased, are next heirs of the said 
Nicholas, but whether three parts ought to remain to the said Alice and 
the fourth to the said Richard, the jury know not. 

Petition of Walter de Frene and Alice his wife for livery of three parts 
of the above said lands &c., the said Alice having purchased the 
pourparties of her sisters Cristiana and Denise ; which lands are 
in the king's hand on account of the nonage of Richard Danyel. 
(French.) 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (16.) 



17. John de Drayton. 

Writ, 28 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
Huntingdon; hundred of Nobmanceos. Inq. Tuesday after the octave 

of the Purification, 20 Edw. I. 
BotUbrigge. He held nothing of the king in chief, except by the mesne 

of Robert Gymis, who held of the king in chief, and the said John 
' paid him a sore sparrowhawk or 2s. yearly. 
Overton and Botilbrigge. 105s. rent of assize, 80a. arable, 16a. meadow, 

and pasture ; and he had a capital messuage and garden. 
He also held the manor of Drayton, co. Northampton of the king in 

chief. 

Simon his son, aged 10, is his next heir. 

NoETHAMPTON. Inq. Monday after St. Valentine, 20 Edw. I. 

Drayton. The manor (extent given), including a fishpond and dovecot 
held of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee and 
rendering to the king yearly 13s. 4d. in the manor of Geytinton, 
and doing suit of court there. 

Heir as above, aged 9 and more from the feast of SS. Peter and Paul 
(last). 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (17.) 



18. Margaeet de Ripariis, sometime countess of Devon, late the wife of 
Robert Aguillon, alias Agulon, Agillum, Aguillun, Aguyllun, 
DE Aguylon, le Agwylun. 



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Writ, 6 June, 20 Edw. I. 
[ScTRRBY ;] HUWDKBD OF Waleton. Ifiq. taken at Croyndon on Saturday 
before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 20 Edw. I. 
Adynton. The manor (extent given), including rents of free tenants in 
Crawehurst and Waldjmgeham. The manor pays 4s. 3d. yearly 
for the sheriff's farm, 4d. at the court of Wykham, lis. 2d. at the 
court of Immeworth, 5s. at the court of Earnlegh, 3s. to Robert 
Russel, and 6d. to the prior of Suwerk. Margaret de Ryperiis, 
countess of Devon, held the manor in dower by the endowment of 
Robert Agulon, who held the same of the king in chief by service of 
a dish {jercvli) called ' maupygemon ' on the day of the king's 
coronation. 

Isabel, daughter of Robert Agulon, aged 30, whom Sir Hugh Bardolf 
married, is next heir of the said Robert. 

Middlesex. Inq. Sunday, the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, 20 Edw. I. 

Edehneton. 20s. rent and 10a. meadow, held as dower after the death of 
Robert Agillun sometime her husband, who held the same of Sir 
WiUiam le Say in chief by service of 10s. yearly and suit at his court, 
and he of the king in chief. 

Heir as above, of fuU age. 

Kent. Inq. Monday, the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
20 Edw. I. 
Ho. A messuage, 41a. arable, 12a. pasture, pasture in the marsh for 
60 sheep, 18a. pasture in the place called Bynne, pasture there for 
60 sheep and 7s. Id. rent of assize, held in dower after the death 
of Robert Aguillon of the abbot of Redigges by service of 
25s. 3|d. yearly, and suit of court. 

Heir as above, aged 27. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Plumptone on Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul 
20 Edw. I. 
Bissenersse. A messuage, 50a. arable and \d. rent of freemen, held 
in socage for life, of the inheritance of Isabel daughter and heir 6f 
Robert Aguillon, of Thomas de Hautintot by service of \d. and 
half a farthing yearly. She held the same for life because jointly 
enfeoffed of them with Robert Aguillon, to them and the heirs of 
the said Robert. 

Southampton. Ivq. 27 June, 20 Edw. I. 

Grutham. The manor (extent given), with the market place. 
Emeleswrth. 100s. rent in the manor, with a heath, pleas, perquisites 
and pannage. 
AU held as dower, as abovesaid, of Hugh Bardulf and Isabel his wife, who 
(hold) of the king in chief rendering Zd. yearly to the king for the tene- 
ments in Grutham and &d. to the lord of Warblington for the heath. 

Heir as above, of full age. 

Suffolk. Inq. 7 July, 20 Edw. I. 

Bures Tany. The manor (extent given), held for hfe in dower, of the 
said Isabel daughter of Robert de Aguyion, by service of 2d. yearly 
rent, to whom the reversion belongs as daughter and heir of the said 
Robert. 



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Buckingham. Inq. Thursday after SS. Peter and Paul, 20 Edw. I. 

Crofton. A messuage, containing 10a. land, a caruoate of land, 5a. meadow, 
4a. pasture, rents of assize and customary works, held in dower 
by the death of Robert le Aguylon who held of the king in chief by 
service of \ knight's fee ; and she was dowered by Hugh BardiUf 
who married Isabel daughter and heir of the said Robert, and is 
28 years of age. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (18.) 

19. Peter Spilleman, alias Espileman, Spyleman. 

Writ, 15 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
SotTTHAMPTON. Extent, The morrow of St. Cuthbert, 20 Edw. I. 

Brokehurst. The town (extent given), held of the king in chief by service 
of finding a horseman for forty days in the king's army with 
haqueton, hauberk, iron cap and sword. 

Maud and Katharine his sisters, are his next heirs and of full age. 

Wilts. Inq. Thursday the feast of St. Valentine, 20 Edw. I. 

Coulesfeld. A hide and a half of land, held of the king in chief as member 

of Brokenhuste, and it is a serjeanty. 
Chalke. A hide of land held of Sir Peter Skudemor. 
Laneford. la. meadow held of John de Lye. 
Wynterburne Madinton. 18s. rent held of Sir Godfrey Giffard of the 

manor of Boytone. 
Shaghe. ^ knight's fee held of Henry de Thisteldene by homage. 

Maud, aged 30, the wife of John de Grimstede, and Katharine, aged 
25, the wife of Richard Testewode [alias de Terstewode], are his next 
heirs. 

The said Peter married Isabel, daughter of Ralph Skures, and lived 
with her forty days, but the jury know not whether she is pregnant or not. 

Southampton. Extent, Sunday after St. Gregory, 20 Edw. I. 

Eleford. The manor (extent given), pertaining with Cuuelesfeld to the 
manor of Brokenherst ; all held of the king in chief by service of 
finding a horseman with hauberk (hauberjoyn), haqueton, neck-piece 
(colerett), iron cap, and sword-, for forty days in time of war. 
Heirs as above, aged 25 and more. 
Mulleford. A water-mill, rents of free and customary tenants, rents 
of hens and salt, and works of customary tenants, held of Lady 
Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, by service of suit of court 
every three weeks at the hundred of Cristchurche. 
Heirs as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (19.) 

20. John de Gatbsdbn. 

Writ, 11 Dec, 20 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. Saturday the eve of St. Hilary, 20 Edw. I. 

Cotes. The manor held of John Wake in chief by service of i knight's 
fee. 

Joan his daughter, aged 23, is his next heir. 



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[Hertford.] Inq. Monday after the Epiphany, 20 Edw. I. 

Gatesden. The manor (extent given), including a fishery in the mill- 
pond, held of Alan la Suche in chief, service unspecified. 

Joan his daughter, aged 23 and more, is his next heir, and was married 
six years and more ago to Richard Camberleyn. 

[Bedford.] Extent made at the chapel of Woubourn on the feast of 
St. Thomas the Apostle, 20 Edw. I. 
Stambrug. A messuage with garden, herbage, fishpond and dovecot, 
170o. arable, 8a. meadow, pasture, 118s. \\d. rents of free tenants, 
lib. pepper, \lh. cummin, pleas &c. and two parts of a windmill, 
held of the king in chief by serjeanty, rendering 60s. yearly at 
the king's exchequer ; and there are due U. yearly to the prior of 
Neuham for the king's alms, and 7s. to Richard Grusset. 

Joan his daughter, aged 23 on the eve of St. Thomas the Apostle, 
20 Edw. I., is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 61. (20.) 

21. William de Soitleby alias de Soleby, de Sxtleby. 

Writ, 10 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Extent, Thursday after the Purification, 20 Edw. I. 

Selton alias Shelton. A messuage, 150a. arable, parcels of meadow, 
16a. wood, 38s. 2d. rents of free tenants, 96s. lOd. rents of customary 
tenants, and works worth 38s. &d., held of John Wake by knight's 
service, in whose homage he died, and for these lands &c. Robert ' 
de Soleby his brother was in the wardship of Baldwin Wake ; and 
30a. arable held of Lady Eleanor de TrayHi by knight's service. 

Stapelho in the parish of Eton. A third part of a messuage, 56a. arable, 
la. \r. meadow, 3a. wood so destroyed that no profit will accrue 
therefrom for the next five years, and 9s. 5\d., \lb. cummin and \lb. 
pepper rents of free tenants, held of Ralph de BeUo Campo by 
knight's service. 
Joan his daughter, aged 25 weeks, is his next heir. 

Writ, 20 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
Westmoreland. Ivq. Friday the eve of the Purification, 20 Edw. I. 

Kirkeby Stephan. 117a. land held of Lady Isabel de Clifford, in 
exchange for certain land in Appilby which he held of her, by service 
of a rose ; and the said lady held that land before the exchange, 
and now holds the said land of Appilby, of the king in chief by knight's 
service. The exchange was made on Sunday next before the con- 
version of St. Paul, 16 Edw. I., because the said lady had no land 
by her castle of Appilby, and that land Hes for the great easement 
of the castle. 

Crosby Gerad, held of the same Lady Isabel by service of lOs. 2d. yearly 
for comage. 

Little Musgrafe, held of the same by service of lis. yearly for cornage. 

Suleby. A moiety held of Thomas de HeUebek and Avice his wife by 
service of half a mark yearly for cornage. 

Joan his daughter, aged half a year at Mid-lent next, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 61. (21.) 



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22. Hamo de Gatton. 

Writ, 15 July, 20 Edw. I. 
[SxTEBBY.] Inq. Saturday the eve of St. Laurence, 20 Edw. I. (defective.) 

Gatton. The manor (extent given), including 20a. wood in the park, 
and 20a. foreign wood of the fen, and the advowson of the church, 
held of the king in chief by rendering for the guard of the castle of 
Dover at the Peverel Gate 52s. yearly, and (doing) suit at the king's 
court of Ospringe. 

Pyrybrith. The manor (extent given), held of the abbot of Certese in 
chief by doing [service of] a knight's fee [and suit] at his [court] 
of Colesdon. 

Hamo [his] son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

SuBREY. Inq. Thursday after St. Peter ad Vinoula, 20 Edw. I. 

CatteshuU. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

service of being usher of the king's hall, and it renders lOd. yearly 

to John le Jour, and owes suit at the hundred of Godalmyng every 

three weeks. 
Yertindon. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by 

service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

[Kent.] Inq. Monday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 20 Edw. I. 

Bocton Malherbe. The manor (extent given), including lands &c. in 
'le Haungdane' 'le Estfeld,' 'Millefeld,' 'le Westfeld' 'Cumlond,' 
' Woderesdenne ' and ' le Sutpark,' held of the king in chief for 
J knight's fee, of the honour of Peverel, and by service of 5s. 
yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover, viz, — 2s. 6d. every twenty- 
six weeks, and by suit at the court of Ospringe ; and 6d. are due 
yearly at the court of Lenham. 

Heir as above, aged 28. 

Kent. Inq. Tuesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 20 Edw. I. 

Truleye. The manor (extent given) held with Scamelesford, its member, 
which Roger de Scamelesford held of the said Hamo for J knight's 
fee, of the king in chief for 2 knights' fees, and by service of 40s. 
yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover, viz, — 20s. every twenty 
weeks (sic) and the repair of a house in the castle, which service is 
worth 6s. 8d. yearly ; and to the abbot of Faversham 2s. Qd. yearly 
of ancient alms. 

He died on Wednesday next before the Translation of St. Thomas the 
Martyr, 20 Edw. I. Heir as above, aged 28. 

Kent. Inq. Wednesday before St. Laurence, 20 Edw. I. 

Wrneshille. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief for 
J knight's fee and by service of 5s. yearly for the guard of the castle 
of Dover, viz, — 2s. 6d. every 20 weeks (sic). 

Heir as above, aged 28. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (22.) 



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23. Ralph db Albiniaco alias de Albaniaco. 

Writ, 25 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq., Wednesday before the Purification, 20 Edw. I. 

Suthperton, Baryngton and Cheleton. The manors (extents given) held 
of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Sir Philip his son, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (23.) 

24. Roland de Okested alias de Okstede, de Acsted. 

Writ, 1 Dec, 20 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. (undated.) 

Helghte in the parish of Netlestede. The manor (extent given) held 
jointly by the said Roland, Cristiana his wife and Margery their 
daughter, of Richard de Pympe for | knight's fee, and by 
service of 42d. yearly and suit of court ; whereof they were 
enfeoffed by Henry de Apeltrefeud, the elder, by his charter and by 
fine levied in the king's court, so that the said Roland's heirs can 
claim nothing therein until after the death of the said Cristiana and 
Margery. 

SiTREEY ; hundred oe Tandridge. Inq. Tuesday after St. Lucy, 
20 Edw. I. 
Oksted. The manor (extent given), including pastures on the hiU, three 
mills, rents of 5lb. wax and a pair of gift spurs, and the advowson 
of the church, held of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne 
by service of 2| knights' fees. The manor renders lOOs. yearly to 
the heirs of John son of Peter, owes suit at the court of Witham, 
and is taxed in 10s. yearly. 

He died on Monday before St. Edmund the king, 19 Edw. I. His 
daughters, Margery aged 20, Clarice aged 18, Aline aged 17, Lucy 
aged 14, and Thomasine aged 12, are Ins next heirs. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator on the complaint of Cristiana, late the 
wife of Roland de Acsted, that a messuage in Suwerk, of which 
she was enfeoffed together with her husband, had been unjustly 
taken into the king's hand, 12 December, 20 Edw. I. 
[StTRBEY.] Inq. Tuesday after St. Lucy, 20 Edw. I. 

Suthwerk. Roland de Oksted and Cristiana his wife were eight years 
ago enfeoffed jointly of a messuage by one Adam de Wry tele, by 
his charter, to hold to them and their heirs, whereof they have been 
in seisin from the time of the feoffment until the death of the said 
Roland. It is held of the prior and convent of Bermundeseye by 
service of 3s. 6d. yearly. 

C. Edw. I. File 61. (24.) 

25. Saer Batatlle alias Batayle. 

Writ, 28 Nov., 20 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 29 Dec, 20 Edw. I. 

BradeweUe. A manor (extent given), including pasture in the marsh, 
rents of \lh. wax and 1S>. cummin yearly, and a fishery on the sea 



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sands, held of the king in chief, of the honour of Hawle by the defence 
of a knight's fee, and doing suit monthly at the court of the honour 
and paying 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover ; which 
105. Henry Grapinel pays for him and his heirs for tenements in 
LachjTidon which were of the said Saer and his ancestors ; and a 
windmill held jointly by the said Saer and Joan his wife of Rifchard 
de Gard by service of a clove giUs^ower yearly., 
Purle. The manor, viz. — a messuage held jointly as above of Edmund 
son of Thomas de Purle by service of a clove gillyflower yearly ; and 
100a. arable held by the said Saer of Lady Joan de Huntingfeld 
by service of J knight's fee and suit every three weeks at the hundred 
of Daneseye. 

Edmund his son, aged 18, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 62. (1.) 



26. Gaoius db Calvo Monte aUas de CHAtrMOND, db Chamond. 

Writ, 18 April, 20 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Tuesday before Whitsunday, 20 Edw. I. 

[Colton.] 18a. land held of the king in chief, which used to render 8d. 
yearly to Sir PhiUp de Faucumberge ; but on one occasion this %d. 
was paid at the king's exchequer at London by Gaoius de Calvo 
Monte, father of the deceased, whereupon Philip de Faucumberge, 
lord of the fee, obtained a judgment from the king's council awarding 
the said rent to him. 

Colton. The manor, 6 bovates and 100a. of land, and U. lis. 2d. rent, 
for which he rendered Id. yearly to Sir Philip de Faucumberge and 
his heirs ; 2 bovates of land held of William de Wilghby, rendering 
\d. yearly ; 1 bovate of land held of William son of Simon de Colton, 
rendering Id. yearly ; 1 bovate of land held of Jordan de Sandewathe, 
rendering Id. yearly ; and 4a. meadow, tenure unspecified. 

Appelton. 10a. land and 4a. meadow, rendering Id. only yearly to 
Sir Philip de Faucumberge. 

Acastre Malebys. 2a. meadow, rendering Id. yearly to Sir Richard de 
Malebys. 

John his son, aged a year and a half, is his next heir. 

York ; wapentake of Bulmer. Inq. Wednesday before Whitsunday, 
20 Edw. I. 
Stoketon. 3 carucates of land held of Thomas de Normanvill for \d. only 
yearly. 

Heir as above. 

Writ of scire facias to the esoheator. Whereas John de BeUa Aqua 
claims, by reason of the knights' fees falling to him and Laderina 
sometime his wife, sister and co-heir of Peter de Brus, on the 
partition of the fees of the said Peter, to have the wardship of half 
a fee in Colton which Gaoius de Chaumond held of the said John 
and Laderina, and the heir of the said Gacius asserts that the lands 
of the said haM fee are held by serjeanty so that the said John cannot 
claim wardship ; the parties are to be warned to appear before the 
king on the quinzaine of St. John the Baptist ; 25 May, 20 Edw. I. 



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Writ, to the escheator, the previous inquisition being insufficient because 
it makes no mention by what service the said Gacius held of the 
king, 26 May, 20 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Friday the feast of the Translation of St. Martin the Bishop, 
20 Edw. I. 

Colton. 18a. land held of the king by no service, because the said 18a. 
descended to the king as escheat by the death of Leo a Jew, who 
held of Philip de Fauconberg for 8d. yearly ; the manor with 
6 bovates and 100a. of land with wood and meadow, and 10a. land 
and 6a. meadow in Apelton, held of Walter de Fauconberg for 3d. 
yearly ; a toft and 2 bovates of land, held of WiUiam de Wylheby 
for Id. yearly ; a bovate of land held of Henry son of Richard de 
Colton for Id. yearly ; and a toft and a bovate of land held of Jordan 
de Sandwaht for Id. yearly ; for all services. 

Acastre. 2a. meadow held of Sir Richard de Malebys for Id. yearly for 
all service. 

C.Edw.I. File 62. (2.) 



27. Helen de Gorges. 

Writ, 8 Feb. 20 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. Monday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 
20 Edw. I. 
Knythteton. The manor (extent given) held of Isabel countess of 
Albemarle by service of suit of court every three weeks. 

Ralph de Gorges her son, aged 36 and more, is her next heir. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Prior's Lodres on Thursday the eve of St. Peter in 
Cathedra, 20 Edw. I. 
Bradepole. The manor (extent given), with the foreign hundred of 
Beministre and the hundred of La Ridehoue pertaining to the same, 
held of the king in chief by service of 30s. yearly at the king's 
exchequer by the hands of the sheriff in the name of serjeanty 
(sergenth') ; and a miU whence 6s. 8d. are paid yearly at the exchequer 
in the name of serjeanty ; for all which the said Helen ought to 
find a Serjeant in the king's army, when necessary, in the county in 
lineis armis for forty days at her own charges ; and a tenement 
called la Yrde (extent given), held of Katherine Paynnel as socage, 
by service of 45. 
Ralph de Gorges, knight, aged 35, is her next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 62. (3.) 



28. Cristiana la Latimere. 

Writ (missing). 
Northampton. Inq. Monday the eve of St. Martin, 20 Edw. I. 

Wardon. The manor (extent given) with perquisites of the hundred, 

held of the king in chief by service of 2| knights' fees. 
Braybroc. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot of Combe in chief 

and of the abbot of PipeweU by service of I knight's fee. 



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Little Boudon. 27s. 9d. yearly rent held of the abbot of PipeweU rendering 

lU). pepper yearly. 
Rowelle. 101. yearly rent held of the earl of Gloucester in chief by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Ristone. 25s. yearly rent held of the heirs of William de Golddingham 

by service of |Z6. pepper and ^Ib. cummin. 
Desebur'. 13s. 8d. rents of assize of free tenants and 485. rents of assize 

of customary tenants, held of Robert Basset by service of lib. cummin 

and 12d. in aid of the castle of Beuver. 
Corby. A moiety of the town (extent given), with 12s. 3d. rent of free 

tenants in Carleton, held of the king in chief, rendering 51. yearly 

at the king's exchequer. 
Welldon. 16s. yearly rent held of Richard Basset rendering a pair of 

gilt spurs at Easter. 
Thomas Latimer her son, aged 22 and more, is her next heir. 

C.Edw. I. File 62. (4.) 



29. Philip Maemyttn alias Mabmeon, Marmiotjn. 

Writ, 5 Dec. 20 Edw. I. 
[Warwick.] Extent, 8 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

Tamworth. The castle &c. (extent given), including 3 mills and a 

several fishery, held of the king in chief by knight's service, finding 

[3] knights at his own charges in (time of) war in Wales for forty 

days. 

Joan de Morteyn aged 36, Joan the wife of Alexander de Fr3rvrile aged 

24, Maud the wife of Ralph le Botiler aged 30, and Joan Marmyun, aged 

8 at the feast of the Annunciation, are his next heirs. 

LiNCOLiir. Extent. Tuesday after the Epiphany, 20 Edw. I. 

Serivelby. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by barony ; 
and it renders 56s. yearly to Robert Bigot and Isabel and Iseult his 
sisters, and 33s. to William Bigot and Maud his sister, for their fives. 

Joan late the wife of William le Morteyn, daughter of the said PhiHp, 
Joan the wife of Alexander de Privill, daughter of Mazera late the wife 
of Ralph de Croumbewell and daughter of the said Philip, and Maud the 
wife of Ralph le Boteler, daughter of the said Philip, all of fuU age, and 
Joan his daughter, aged 8 at the feast of the Annunciation last, are his 
next heirs. 

LrNCOLN. Inq. the day of the Circumcision, 20 Edw. I. 

Lincoln city. A messuage held of the king by service of 2d. yearly for the 
farm of the city ; and another messuage held of the church of 
St. Andrew, Wickeford, by service of \ mark yearly for the fabric 
of the church ; but the houses and buildings are thrown down. 
Heir unknown. 

Lincoln. Extent made at Serivelby on Tuesday after the Epiphany, 20 Edw. I. 
Langeton. The manor a member of Serivelby (extent given), held of 
the king in chief by barony. 

Heirs ag last above. 



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[Warwick.] Extent, 9 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

Middeltone. The manor (extent given), including a park, 2 mills, a 
fishery, and 100a. wood and waste in the earl of Warwick's chace 
of Sutton in which the whole countryside has common, held of the 
church of St. Edith, Tamworth, by service of 65. Sd. 
Heirs as first above. 

Hereford. Inq. made at Bradeford on Monday after Christmas, 20 Edw. I. 
Perne. The manor (extent given), held, of the inheritance of Joan his 

wife, of Maud de Mortuo Mari of Maurdin for two suits of court yearly. 
Lastris. The manor (extent given), held, of the inheritance of Joan his 

wife, of the honour of Kilpyc, and Kylpyc is held of the king in 

chief. 

Joan de Mortajni, Maud le Botiler and Joan de Freyvile, are his next 
heirs, and of (fuU) age. 

Hereford. Inq. Monday before Christmas, 20 Edw. I. 

Bradeford. Part of the manor (extent given), held, of the inheritance 
of Joan his wife, of the king in chief, of the fee of Kilpec. 
Joan de Morteyn, Maud la Botillere and Joan de Frivile, are his heirs, 
and of full age. 

Salop. I7tq. Monday the morrow of St. Hilary, 20 Edw. I. 

Purlebache. The manor (extent given), including the bailiwick of 
forester of Hockelyth, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's 
fee. 

Joan de Mortayne and Maud de Botyler his daughters, and Joan 
daughter of Ralph de Cromwelle and Maceria his wife, are his heirs, and 
the youngest of them is 30 years of age. 

Oxford. Extent. Wednesday after St. Matthias, 20 Edw. I. 

Chakendon. The manor (extent given with names of tenants). 
Stoke Marmyun. The manor (extent given with names of tenants). 

Both held by John Marmiun of Philip Marmiun for a knight's fee 
and seutage when it runs. 

Writ [of certiorari] on the complaint of Robert Marmyun that the manors 
of Pyricroft and Glascote had been taken into the king's hand on 
the death of Philip Marmyun, although only held by him for life 
of the said Robert and Isabel sometime his wife and the heirs of the 
said Isabel, by fine in the king's court, 14 Dec. 20 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. made at Tamworth, 8 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

The said Philip had the said manors of the king's gift according 
to the dictum de Kenilworth. 
Glascote. The manor is held in chief of Maud de Clynton who claimed 
the wardship against the said Philip, and it was thus agreed between 
them. She granted to him the wardship and marriage of Isabel 
daughter and heir" of Giles son of Ralph, which marriage he gave to 
his son Robert Marmyun who married her ; and when she came of 
age the said Robert and Isabel sought the two manors against the 
said Philip by a writ of mort dauncestor, who acknowledged their 
right, and they re-granted the same to him for life, rendering a rose 
yearly, with reversion to them and the heirs of the said Isabel. 



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Pjnriorofte. The manor is held of the king in chief by service of finding 
coal (carhonem) and litter for the king's chamber whenever he comes 
to Tamworth. 

Writ of plenius certiorari de feodds, &c., 20 Jan., 20 Edw. I. 
Worcester. Inq. Saturday before the Aimunciation, 20 Edw. I. 

Ccherleton. A messuage and 2 carucates of land, held by WiUiam de 
Hondeshacre by service of J knight's fee of the lord of Oversley, who 
held of Phihp Marmyiin, and he of the bishop of Worcester by the 
same service. 

Warwick. Inq. 13 March, 20 Edw. I. 

Dordon and part of Wauerton, held for 1 knight's fee by Ralph de Crendon, 
Fresel and Over Wytacre, held for 1 knight's fee by Richard de Wytacre. 
Fresel. ^ knight's fee held by Richard Gregori. 
Wauerton. J knight's fee held by John de Longedon ; and | knight's 

fee held by William de Fou. 
Wytacre and Drakenegge. 1 knight's fee held by Robert Marmjnin, 

whereof John de Manecestre held a fifth part by his mesne. 
La Lee. | knight's fee held by John de Landa. 
PeUungel. ^ knight's fee held by John de Hastyng. 

Leicester. Inq. Wednesday after the Assumption, 20 Edw. I. 

Langeton. 4| carucates of land, held for J knight's fee by Thomas 

de Langeton of John de Langton, who held the same of the said 

Philip for I knight's fee. 
Wystonstowe and Flekeneye. The manor held for | knight's fee by 

Hugh de Hastinggis of John de Hastingges. 
Schakeleston. The manor, together with 11 virgates of land in Snarkes- 

ton, 4 virgates of land in Barton and 4 virgates of land in Cungeston, 

held for ^ knight's fee by John de Schepeye and Walter Dawers of 

John de Hastingges. 
Oddeston. The manor held for J knight's fee by Elias de Oddeston and 

John Maunsel of John de Hastingges. 
Sutton. The manor held for 1 knight's fee by Gilbert de Houby of John 

de Hastingges. 
Wystonstowe. The advowson of the church, held together with the 

tenements aforesaid by John de Hastingges of Phihp Marmyon 

for 3 knights' fees. 
Staunton. 4 virgates of land held for ^ knight's fee by John de Nevile 

of Simon Basset. 
Staunton. The manor and the advowson of the church, held with the 

tenement abovesaid by Simon Basset for 1 knight's fee and doing 

suit at the court of Tammeworth. 
Scharneford. 8 virgates of land held for ^ knight's fee by Wilham de 

Esseby of William Maureward. 
Schenesby. A carucate of land held for I knight's fee by William de 

Scharneles of Nicholas de Charneles, who holds the same together 

with 4 virgates of land in Aymersthorp of William Maureward for 

I knight's fee. 
FroUesworth. 2 virgates of land held for ^ knight's fee by Wilham de 

Houtton of William Maureward. 
Mousele. A carucate of land held for -^ knight's fee by Robert son of 

Reginald de Mousele of William Maureward. 



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Someredeby. A carucate of land held by Nicholas de Segrave for two 
barbed arrows yearly of Robert de Poderinton and Jordan de Lyle, 
who hold the same, together with 2 other carucates there, for 
I knight's fee of William Maureward ; who held all the tenements 
aforesaid of Philip Marmyon for 1 knight's fee and suit at the court 
of Tamworth. 

Erburg. 3 carucates of land held for 1 knight's fee by John de Stocton 
of Thomas Maulore, who holds of Nicholas de Segrave by the same 
service and suit at the court of Tamworth ; and he held of Philip 
Marmyon by the service aforesaid. 

Stafford. Inq. Thursday after St. Gregory, 20 Edw. I. 

Tamworth. The advowson of the church in which are six prebends, 
whereof John de Teford has the deanery, and Master Robert de 
Pygford, Ralph de Hengham, Hugh de C^ve, Master Nicholas, and 
Master Adam de Waltone, have the others. 

[Glotjcestee.J Inq. Thursday after the Annunciation, 20 Edw. I. 

Quenton with Rodbroc. The manor is held of Sir Philip Marmiun by 
homage, and wardship and relief belong to him. The manor answers 
to the earl of Leicester for J fee when scutage runs. 

[Sussex.] Inq. Sunday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 20 Edw. I. 

Berewyke. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by service 
" of 1| knight's fee by John Marmion of the said Philip. 

Lincoln. Inq. Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 20 Edw. I. 

Wintringham. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by 
John Marmeon of the said Phihp by service of 3 knights' fees. 

WoUngham by Lincoln. A manor held for life by Emma late the wife 
of Ridel Pampeillon by service of I knight's fee, of John Marmeon, 
who held of the said Philip by the same service. 

Trikingham and Stowe. A messuage and 65a. land, held by Walter 
Surdevale. by service of J knight's fee of John Marmeon, who held 
of the said Philip by the same service. 

Trikingham. 60a. land held by William a la Chapele of Pykeworth, 
William son of Hugh de Trikingham, and Hamund Surdevale, by 
service of J knight's fee of Walter Surdevale, who holds of John 
Marmeon by the same service, and he held of the said PhiUp by the 
same service, 

Kyseby. The manor held by Ralph Rydel by service of 1 knight's fee 
of John Marmeon, who held of the said Philip by the same service. 

Foulestowe. The manor held by Roger de Laceles by service of two 
parts of a knight's fee; and 3| bovates of land and 20a. meadow, 
held by the abbot of Louth Park, the dean and chapter of Lincoln, 
the prior of Malton and the prior of Ormesby in frank almoin, of the 
fee of the said Phihp. 

Suth Langeton. A messuage and 2 carucates of land, held by Thomas 
de Faxeflete, heir of Peter del Holm, of the said Philip, by service of 
^ knight's fee, as member of the manor of Scrjrvelby. 

ThatheweU. The residue of certain lands &c. held by Master William 
de Luda, by the enfeoffment of Herbert Puterel who some time held 
them of the said Philip by service of ^ knight's fee, doing the services 
accustomed, as member of the manor aforesaid. 



22 INQUISITIONS. 



Assignment of dower to Mary late the wife of Philip Marmiun of his lands 
and tenements {undated). 
Warwick. Middelton manor. The capital messuage with lands &c. 
(extent given), including the whole fishery of Thame, 89a. wood and 
waste in the chace of Sutton common to the countryside, and 44a. 
heath in the same chace. 

Lincoln. Wilkesby. A messuage, two parts of 54a. land, 3a. 3r. meadow, 
and 4s. 8jd. rent. 
Dalderby. A plot of land and 9s. 2d. rent. 
Coningesby. IJa. Ir. meadow. 

Assignment of dower to the said Mary of knight's fees and advowsons 
(undated). 
Lincoln. Wintringham and WoUngham. 4 knights' fees. 
Trykingham and Stowe. ^ knight's fee. 
Trikingham. J knight's fee. 
Kyseby. 1 knight's fee. 

All held by John Marmyun. 
Fulstowe. Two parts of a knight's fee held by Roger de LasceUes. 

Leicester. Shakeleston and Snarkeston. | knight's fee held by John 
de Hastinges. 
Odeston. f knight's fee held by the same. 
Langeton. | kmght's fee held by John de Langeton. 

Lincoln. Wilkesby. The third presentation to the church. At the first 
voidance Joan de Mortein eldest daughter and heir of the said Philip 
shall present, at the second Alexander de Fr5rvill and Joan his wife 
kinswoman and another heir, at the third the said Mary, at the 
fourth Ralph le Butiler and Maud his wife daughter and an heir 
of the said Phihp, at the fifth Joan his youngest daughter, and at 
the sixth the said Mary in right of dower, and so successively. 

[Staeford.] Tamworth. The presentations to the prebends held by 
Hugh de Cave and Master Michael de Ormesby in the church of 
Tamworth. 

Assignment of the pourparty of Joan de Mortejm eldest daughter and one 
of the heirs of Phihp Marmyun of his lands and tenements. 
Lincoln. Lincoln city. A messuage. 

Holtham. A toft and 2J bovates and a third part of half a bovate of 
land with meadow in Knychtesenge thereto pertaining. 

Wodenderby. A third part of 3|a. Ir. wood. 

Conyngesby. 4Ja. Ir. and a third part of Ir. meadow. 

Warwick. Tamworth, The castle. 

Middelton, 37|a. in the park and 5s. l^d. rent from 3 free tenants. 
Sutton, 52a. wood in the foreign wood and 22a. heath in the chace, 
common to the country-side. 

C.Edw.I. File 62. (5.) 
E. Enrolments dkc. of Inq. No. 3 m.l. 



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30. Hugh Peche. 

Writ (missing). 
Suffolk. Itiq. Thursday after St. Hilary, 20 Edw. I. 

Kediton. A manor (extent given) held of Sir Robert son of Walter by 
service of | knight's fee ; 12a. land, la. meadow, la. pasture, 
and 2a. wood, held of Sir Robert de Wyleby rendering 5s. 6d. yearly ; 
and a messuage and 3a. land held of Aubrey {Albricii) de Capeles 
rendering 5^d. yearly. 

Hugh his son, aged 36 and more, is his next heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. Monday after the Epiphany, 20 Edw. I. 

Grundesburg. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, 
held of the heirs of Gilbert Peche by service of a chaplet of rose 
(capeW rose) yearly, including 9a. pasture which he held of William 
de Thistelden by service of Ud. yearly ; from aU which there ought 
to be paid 14d. yearly to divers lords, 29d. to the heirs of Gilbert 
Peche for the guard of the castle of Norwich, and Ad. for 'Waytefe.' 

Heir as above, aged 36. 

Suffolk. Inq. Monday after the Epiphany, 20 Edw. I. 

Great Belinng'. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the 
church, held of the heirs of Gilbert Peche by service of a pair of gilt 
spurs, price 6d. 



Heir as above, aged 36. 



G.Edw.I. File 62. (6.) 



31. Hugh de Curtenay alias db Curteye, de Curtenbye, db 

CORTBNAY. 

Writ, 24 March, 20 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Extent. Monday ofter St. Ambrose, 20 Edw. I. 

Hildesdon or Hyldesdon. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of 
Oxford by service of | knight's fee ; and 9s. are paid yearly for the 
king's hidage. 

He died on Thursday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 20 Edw. I. Hugh his 
son, aged 16 on the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross next, is 
his next heir. 

Dorset. Extent. 3 April, 20 Edw. I, 

Iwerne Curteney. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by knight's service, as pertaining to his barony of Ocamton co. 
Devon which he held of the king. 

He held no other lands and no knight's fees or advowsons of churches 
in the county. 

Hugh his eldest son, aged 17 at the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy 
Cross next, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Friday after SS. Tlburtius and Valerian, 20 Edw. I. 

Cruk. A moiety of the. manor (extent given), including moieties of the 
water-mills of Taile, Donnyngesmille, Hywysch, Paddokeslake, and 
Combe, and of the mill of Burimille, rents called 'hockzou' at 



24 INQUISITIONS. 



Whitsunday, Bathselver, and Scotmust (?), headmoney (capitagium 
garcionum), and a moiety of the issues of a fair at the feast of 
St. Bartholomew and of a market, held of the king m chief 
as annexed to the barony of Plumpton co. Devon, by knight's service. 

Heir as last above. 

Somerset. Extent. Friday before SS. Tiburtius and Valerian, 20 Edw. I. 

Hemyngton. The manor (extent given), mcluding headmoney {capi- 

tagium garcionum), cherchsette, and pasture in the park and in 

Haywode and Filemede, held of the king m chief by knight's service, 

as pertaining to the barony of Okhampton co Devon. 

Heir as above. 

Devon.] Inq. taken at Bylesbear, 24 AprU, 20 Edw. I. 

Hwympel. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by the 
service of the barony of Okhampton which pertains to the honour of 
Okhampton. 
Heir as above. 

[Devon.] Inq. 24 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Eylesbere. The manor (extent given) including 565. ^d. rent from the 
township of ' la Nywaton,' and a fair, held of the king in chief by 
the service of the barony of Okhampton. 
Heir as above. 

Devon. Inq. made at Exeter on Friday after St. George, 20 Edw. I. 

(Unspecified.) Four corn miUs and two fulling miUs with rents thereto 
adjacent, held of the king in chief by the service of the barony of 
Okhampton. The whole is worth 211. yearly, of which Henry de 
Ralegh receives a third part for life by the enfeoffment of the said 
Hugh. 
Heir as above. 

[Devon.] Inq. Tuesday before the Invention of the Holy Cross, 20 Edw. I. 
Colyton. The manor (extent given), including pasture &c. in the park, 
turbary in Radich, rents of 2Z6. cummin and a clove gillyflower, 
4s. rent from certain men of Raddych, a foreign hundred held in 
common with Sir Thomas de Saunford, a fair at the feast of 
St. Calixtus in common, and the borough of Colyton, and toU of the 
market, held of the heirs of Walter DunstraunviU by service of 
1 knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

[Devon.] Inq. made at Colyton on Tuesday before the Invention of the 
Holy Cross, 20 Edw. I. 
Mousbyr[y]. The manor (extent given), including a rent of 3lb. wax, held 
of the king in chief by the service of the barony of Okhamton. 
Heir as above. 

[Devon.] Inq. Monday before St. George, 20 Edw. I. 

Ken. The manor (extent given), including profits of coneys, held of 
the king in chief by the service of the barony of Okhamptone. 
Heir as above. 



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[Devon.] Inq. taken at Chulmelegh, 16 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Chalvelegh. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
the service of the barony of Okhampton. 

Heir as above. 

[Devon.] Inq. 16 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Chulmelegh. The manor (extent given), including land at Great 
Wytedon, 2s. headmoney (de chevagio) at the hundred (court) of 
Michaelmas, 55s. 2d. rent of assize from the borough of Chulm[elegh], 
and a fair on the feast of St. Mary Magdalen with toll of the market, 
held of the king in chief by the service of the barony of Okhampton. 

Heir as above. 

[Devon.] Inq. made at Sandford Curtenay, 15 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Duwelton. The manor (extent given), including 20s. aid of customers 
at the hundred (court) of Michaelmas, held [of the king in chief] by 
service of | knight's fee, and it pertains to the honour of Okhampton. 

Heir as above. 

[Devon.] Inq. 15 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Sandford Curtenay. The manor (extent given), including pasture in 
Wyghelegh, and 78s. 9d. aid of customers at the hundred (court) of 
Michaelmas, and 3s. 2d. headmoney at the same feast, held of the 
king in chief by the service of the barony of Okhampton. 

Heir as above, 

[Devon.] Inq. Monday after St. Mark the Evangelist, 20 Edw. I. 

Okhampton. The manor (extent given), including 505. aid of customers 
at the hundred (court) of Michaelmas, headmoney, four water-mills, 
71. 5s. Id. rent of assize from the borough of Okhampton, 18d. head 
money of the borough, and tolls of the fair on the feast of St. James 
the Apostle and of the market, held of the king in chief by doing the 
service of two knights in the army for the whole barony for forty 
days at his own charges. 

Heir as above. 

[Buckingham.] Extent. Saturday after St. Ambrose, 20 Edw. I. 

Wottesdon. The manor (extent given), including a wood in the forest of 
Bernewode, and amends of bread and ale, held of the king in chief 
by homage only. 

He died on Thursday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 20 Edw. I. Heir as 
above, aged 16 on the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross next. 

Berks. Inq. 8 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Sutton and Hauekrig. The manor (full extent given), including pastures 
in le Estmede and le Wyke, held of the king in chief by homage. 

Heir as above, aged 16 at the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross 
[last]. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 26 March, 20 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 8 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Sutton. ^ knight's fee held by John de Cornevile by knight's service. 
Sutton. The advowson of a church pertaining to the manor. 



26 INQUISITIONS. 



Somerset. Ivq. taken at Little Lopene, on Tuesday after St. Augustine, 

20 Edw. I. 
Vokklonde. 8 virgates of land held by William le Prouz, Nicholas de 

Sancto Vigore and Roger Voghel, by service of | knight's fee. 
Henelegh in the hundred of Cruk. 4 virgates of land held by John de 

Henelegh by service of J knight's fee. 
Cruk. 4 virgates of land held by Henry de Legh by the mesne of the 

heirs of Richard le Botiler of Wales by service of \ knight's fee ; 

4 virgates held by the heirs of Nel Gyan by service of \ knight's fee ; 

and 4 virgates of land held by the heirs of John de Westovere by 

service of J knight's fee. 
Hautmoster in the manor of Hem5Tigton, held by WiUiam de {sic) Prouz 

by service of J knight's fee. 
^ Hemyngton. The advowson of the church belongs to the lord of the 

place. 

Buckingham. Ivq. as to knights' fees and advowsons pertaining to the 

manor of Wottesdon made on Saturday after St. Ambrose, 20 Edw. I. 
Wottesdon. The advowson of the church is in three portions, the 

presentation to each of which belongs to the lord of the manor. 
Westcote. \ knight's fee held by Richard le Mount. 
Wottesdon. J^ knight's fee held by Richard Stehulle, Edmund Bernard, 

John the cook, Isabel Denkoc, Stephen son of Adam, and Richard 

de Waremodeston. 

Devon. Inq. taken at Exeter on Wednesday the feast of St. George. 

20 Edw. I. {defaced.) 
Bridstow. The manor held by Avice heir of James de Boullay by service 

of 5 knights' fees. 
Uppecote. \ carucate of land held by Baldwin de Birham by service 

of \ knight's fee. 
Teynton Dreu. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by 

John Daubemoun by service of | knight's fee. 
La Bourlonde. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Emma de 

Hywisshe by service of J knight's fee. 
La Hoke. A messuage and J carucate of land, held by Nicholas de la 

Hoke by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Meledon. A messuage and a virgate of land, held by Michael de Meledon 

by service of J knight's fee. 
Bi-atton. The manor held by Matthew de Esse and Joan his wife by 

service of a knight's fee. 
Dunterton. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by Andrew 

de Trollosk by service of a knight's fee. 
Yekesbum. The manor with the advowson of the church held by 

Roger de Melles by service of 4 knights' fees. 
Kelly and Brodwode. The manors with the advowsons of the churches 

held by John de KeUy by service of 4 knights' fees 
Belston. The manor held by Baldwm de Belston by service of a knight's 

Parcham. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the 

same Baldwin by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Brodenymet. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Robert de 

Brodenymet by service of a knight's fee. 



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Monekochampton, with the advowson of the church, held by Peter de 

la Mare (?) by service of | knight's fee. 

Ludecote. 18s. rent held by by service of | knight's fee. 

S[prey]ton. The manor held by the heir of Patrick de Cadurcis by 

service of a knight's fee. 
Herpford. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Walter Tauntefer 

by service of J knight's fee. 
Radeweye. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Walter de 

Radeweye by service of | knight's fee. 
Wyghelegh. 2 marks rent held by Alfred Tauntefer by service of 

-^fj knights' fee. 
Heaimton Sechehevile. The manor held by Henry son of Henry by 

service of a knight's fee. 
Wemmeworth. The manor held by William le Esspek by service of 

3 knight's fees. 
Esse. The manor held by Alan de Esse by service of 2^ knights' fees. 
Mansard, held by Richard le Flemang by service of a knight's fee. 
Snyddelegh. The manor held by Matthew de Furneaus by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Njnnet Rolaund. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by 

William de Wolrinton b5'^ service of a knight's fee. 
La Yurde. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Richard de la 

Yerde by service of a knight's fee. 
Rakenneford. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by 

Stephen de Lond by service of | knight's fee. 
Prodeton. A messuage and a carucate of land with the advowson of the 

church, held by William le Moigne by service of a knight's fee. 
Chettescumbe. The manor held by the king in demesne by the demise 

of Thomas de Pjti, which was previously held of Hugh de Curtenay 

by service of two parts of a knight's fee. 
Hardeneslegh. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Roger Cole 

by service of J knight's fee. 
Chenneston. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by William Chenne 

by service of J knight's fee. 
Cadebur[y]. A mark rent held by William de Cervinton by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Wyk. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Walter de Wrey by 

service of | knight's fee. 
ShjTewelle and Langkars. The manors with the advowsons of the churches, 

held by Richard de Bello Monte by service of 4 knights' fees. 
Aufricumb. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by 

Wilham de Chaumbernon by service of 4 knights' fees. 
Heanton and Charnys (?). The manors with the advowsons of the 

churches, held by John de Puncherdun by service of 4 knights' fees. 
Kentisbur[y] (? ) with the advowson of the church, held by William le Lou 

by service of a knight's fee. 
Ashmanesworth, held by John de Columbariis by service of a knight's fee. 
Himledecote. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by William 

Cole by service of ^ knight's fee. 
La Stone, Buneleg and BaUikeworth. A messuage and a carucate of land, 

held by William de la Stone by service of nearly J knight's fee and 

^ knight's fee. 



28 INQUISITIONS. 



Littlehauntesford. A fourth part of a carucate of land, held by the same 

William by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Bonevileston. A messuage and | carucate of land, held by John de 

Bonevileston by service of | knight's fee. 
Gorlonde. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by William Fauvel 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Le Hosspital. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by John 

Atterashlegh by service of | knight's fee. 
Eston, held by Thomas Kallewey by service of ^ knight's fee. 
FUelegh. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by Nicholas 

de Filelegh by service of J knight's fee. 
Estwik. The manor held by WiUiam Martel by service of J knight's fee. 
Teng. .The manor held by John de Boyvill (?) and Joan (?) his wife 

and Ralph de Doune and Isabel his wife, by socage rendering 6d. 

yearly. 
Thorr. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by Guy de 

Briane by service of 7 knights' fees. 
Slapton. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the 

same Guy by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Dydesham. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by Joan 

daughter of John de Heanton by service of a knight's fee. 
Jouweton. The manor held by John de Umfreinvile and Ahce his wife 

by service of | knight's fee. 
Dodesbrok. The manor held by Alan son of Ruwald by service of 

5 knights' fees. 
Heanok, held by Henry de la Pomereye by service of a knight's fee. 
Shaplegh, held by Hugh le Prouz and .... his wife and Richard (?) 

le Prouz and Margaret his wife by service of a knight's fee. 
Ryshford, held by Constance de Rishford by service of a knight's fee. 
Haccumb and ClyfEord. The manors held by Stephen de Haccumb by 

service of a knight's fee. 
WoUerigg. The manor held by John Tyrel by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Sutheton, held by John de Maimdevile by service of | knight's fee. 
Braunford. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by 

Herbert de Pyn by service of a knight's fee. 
Hydon and Clyst. The manors with the advowson of the church of 

Hydon, held by Joyce (?) de Dynham and Margaret his wife by 

service of 6J knights' fees. 
Payhembiu-[y]. The manor held by John de Umfreynvile and Ahce his 

wife by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Langeford. The manor held by Roger de Langeford by service of 

^ (?) knight's fee. 
Holecumbe and Colewille. The manors held by Simon son of Roges by 

service of 5 knights' fees. 
Yetemeton. A messuage and J carucate of land, held by Robert le 

Poyer (?) by service of ^ kmght's fee. 
Kentelesbear. The manor held by Matthew de Esse and Joan his wife 

by service of 3 knights' fees. 
Daledich. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Robert Herizon (?) 

by service of | knight's fee. 
La Porde. A messuage and | carucate of land, held by Hawis Atteford 

by service of | kmght's fee. 



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OfiEewille. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by Juliana 

de Offewille and Jenovena her sister by service of a knight's fee. 
Stottecumbe. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by John 

le Veer by service of a knight's fee. 
Moneketon. The manor held by the heirs of WiUiam de Mohun by 

service of J (?) knight's fee. 
Estbraye. A messuage and a carucate of land, held by Augustine de 

Bathonia by service of J knight's fee. 
Stikelpathe. The advowson of the chapel. 
Saunford. The advowson of the church. 
Dughelton. The advowson of the church. 
Chulmelegh. The advowson of the church, which is divided into six 

prebends. 
Chalvelegh. The advowson of the church. 
Ken. The advowson of the church and of a chapel. 
Exeter. The advowson of the chapel of the castle, which is divided 

into three prebends called la Heghes, Cutt .... and Kerswille. 

C.Edw.I. File 62. (7.) 

32. Htjgh db Curteney alias de Cfrteky, de Cortenay. 

Writ to the escheator to extend the knight's fees and advowsons which 
■ were of the said Hugh, and cause her reasonable dower to be assigned 
to Eleanor late his wife, 16 May, 20 Edw. I. 

Schedule of manors assigned to the abovesaid Eleanor on 22 May, 
20 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Wottesdon. 

Hildesdon. 
Dorset. Iwern. 
Somerset. Hemyngton. 
Devon. Musebir[y]. 

Colyton. 

Chulmele. 

Which manors &c. render 24s. \\\d. in excess of her dower. 

Writ of certiorari to enquire concerning the lands &c. which the said 
Hugh held beyond the 400 marks of land which the king lately 
committed in wardship to William de Fenes until the lawful age of 
the heir, and beyond the dower of his wife, 6 June, 20 Edw. I. 

Writ to the sheriff of Devon to take into the king's hand a third part 
of four mills in Exeter, of which Hugh de Curtenay was seized, 
which by the neglect of the escheator has not yet been done, except- 
ing the third part of the same which is assigned to the abovesaid 
Eleanor in dower, and to enquire the value, and who has received 
the issues from the death of the said Hugh, 17 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
[Devon.] Inq. made at Exebrugg' on Thursday the octave of St. Matthias 
the Apostle, 23 Edw. I. 
Couwykestrete. A third part of two water-miUs, excepting a third part 
thereof, worth 50s. 4:\d. yearly. Henry de Ralegh, knight, has 
received the issues from the said Hugh's death untU Sunday after 
the above feast. 



30 INQUISITIONS. 



Devon. Exterd. Monday before St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edw. I. 

Exeter. A third part of two water-mills and a fulling miU, excepting 
a third part thereof assigned to the said Eleanor in dower, worth 
51s. 8fd. yearly. Henry de Raleghe has received all the issues 
since the said Hugh's death and for a long time before because the 
said Hugh gave the same to him for hfe. 

E. Inq. p.m. File I. No. 22. 

33. Peter de la Make. 

Writ of certiorari super vero valore, and of inquisition if it has not already 
been made, 9 Oct. 20 Edw. I. Endorsed. — It is void because they are 
making inquisition by two writs under the great seal to be returned 
into the chancery. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 1. No. 24. 

34. Peter de la Mare. 

Writ of certiorari as to the value of his lands &c. and of the marriage of 

his heir, 13 Oct. 20 Edw. I. 
Similar urrit, 16 Nov. 20 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. made at Blaketoriton on the day of St. Clement the Pope, 

21 Edw. I. 
Monekochamton. The manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Hugh 

de Curtenay, who are in the king's wardship, by service of | knight's 

fee. 
Lynjmton. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot of DonekeswUl 

by service of 3d. yearly. 

Glotjcester. Inq. Saturday before St. Martin, 20 Edw. I. 

Chirinton. A messuage &c., 160a. arable, 12a. pasture, common pasture 

for sheep from the feast of St. Andrew to the Annunciation, 18s. 

rent of assize yearly, and works &c. of villeins worth 20s., held of the 

earl of Cornwall by service of J knight's fee. 
Hampton. A messuage &c., 25a. arable, and 6s. rents of freemen, held 

of the abbot of Malmesbiry and the abbess of Caen {de Cadamo) in 

socage, rendering to the abbot 40s. yearly and to the abbess 13s. Ad. 
The marriage of Robert son and heir of the said Peter is worth 
200 marks. 

Hertford. Inq. Friday before AU Saints, 20 Edw. I. 

Ofleleye. The manor (extent given), including ' syas ' in autumn, rents 
of 2lb. pepper, capons, cocks and hens, part of which is held of John 
de Balholo in chief by service of a knight's fee, and the other part 
of John Peyvre in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 

Robert his son is his heir, age unknown. 

Wilts. *Inq. Friday the eve of All Saints, 20 Edw. I. 

StupeUavinton. 3 carucates of land in the manor (extent given), held 
of the king in chief for a knight's fee, and by service of 20s. yearly 
to be paid at the castle of Devizes or doing guard in the same castle 
for forty days in time of war at his own charges. 

* This Inquisition appears to have been formerly attached to the file relating to Roger de 
Somery. See Gal. Inq. P.M. Vol. II. No. 813, p. 497. 



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Cnabbewlle by Draycote. 2 virgates of land held of Sir Henry earl of 
Lincoln in chief by service of doing suit at the court of Trobrigg 
every 3 weeks. 

Robert his firstborn son, aged 18 at the Purification next, is his next 
heir, and his marriage is worth 150?. 

Hereford. *Inq. taken at Birches St. Thomas on Friday before St. Andrew, 
21 Edw. I. 
Cayrcradok in Irchenefeld. The manor (extent given) held of the lord 
of Ryctir, who held of the king in chief, by service of 15s. yearly. 
Nothing is known as to the marriage of his heir as marriage and ward- 
ship are not had within the hberty of Irchenefeld. 

Oxford. *Inq. 19 December, 21 Edw. I. 

Mersbaldindon. The manor (full extent given, with names of tenants), 

including a hide of land at Whatecombe held by Hugh Frelond, 

tenure unspecified. 
Heiford ad Pontem. The manor (full extent given, with names of tenants), 

tenure unspecified. 

The marriage of his heir is worth 400 

G. Edw. I. File 63. (1.) 

35. Benedict le Vylttr alias le Viltjr, le Vilor. 

Writ to the sheriff of Buckingham and his coroners to enquire whether 
the said Benedict, who held a messuage and a hide and virgate of 
land of William Belet in Burstall, killed himself feloniously or died 
by accident or otherwise, 2 December, 20 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. Saturday after St. Valentine, 20 Edw. I. 

BorestaUe. 2 messuages and 5 virgates of land, held of William Belet, 
knight, whereof one messuage and one virgate is of the king's fee 
of the manor of BrehuU, and the other messuage and 4 virgates are 
of the honour of Wallingford. The said Benedict was at Melche- 
burne at the congregation of the Hospitallers next after St. Michael 
19 Edw. I, and there on Monday after the congregation was wounded 
at night and died on the morrow about the first hour ; but who slew 
him or how is not known, but he did not kill himself. He was 
wounded within the close and court of the Hospitallers in Melche- 
burne and was carried out by the men of the court in a wheel- 
barrow (civera) as far as the stocks, where he died, within the 
county of Bedford. 

Writ (missing). 
Buckingham. Inq. Wednesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the 
Martyr, 20 Edw. I. 
Borstalle. The said Benedict held 2 messuages and 5 virgates of land, 
whereof he held one messuage and one virgate of the king's demesne 
of Brehulle, and the other messuage and 4 virgates are of the 
honour of Walingeforde, all held of William Belet by homage and 
service. Roger de Beufo entered upon the latter tenement because 
it was of the honour of Walingeforde and he had the wardship of 

* This Inquisition appears to have been formerly attached to the file relating to Roger de 
Somery. See Ccd. Inq. P.M. Vol. II. No. 813, p. 497. 



32 INQUISITIONS. 



Robert son of Robert de Pyrie by the gift of the earl of Cornwall ; 
but all the said tenements are held of Wilham Relet in chief and to 
him belong the wardship and marriage. 
Endorsed : In this case there is no escheat even though he had been 
a suicide, but his heir succeeds to the inheritance. 
Let him have a better inquisition. 

Writ to the same sheriff and coroners, the previous inquisition being 
insufficient in that there is no mention made of the service which is 
due for the lands &c. 23 May, 21 Edw. I. 
BtrcKiNGHAM. Inq. Friday after St. Barnabas, 21 Edw. I. 

BorstaUe. A messuage and 4 virgates of land of the honour of Walinge- 
ford, and a messuage and one virgate of the king's demesne of 
BrehuU, held of Sir Wilham Belet by homage and service of Id. 
yearly. The former tenement is held for \ knight's fee, and for 
the latter the said Benedict did service at the manor of Brehull for the 
said William for one virgate of land. When scutage ran he did scutage 
to the said Wilham for \ knight's fee. 
John his son, aged 3 at the feast of St. James last, is his next heir. 

Endorsed : Let him be restored to seisin of the tenements held of him 
by knight's service, and of the residue which is held in socage of 
the manor of Brehull let the mother of the heir have ahment 
(nutrituram) as for socage and be responsible for the issues. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (2.) 

36. Gilbert Peoche alias Peche. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Joan late the wife of Gilbert 
Pecche that the manors of Great Trillawe and Plechedon whereof she 
was enfeoffed jointly with her late husband had been unjustly taken 
into the king's hand, 11 December, 20 Edw. I. 
[Essex.] Inq. made at Huggele, 18 January, 20 Edw. I. 

Plechedene. The said Gilbert enfeoffed John his son and heir of the 
manor at the feast of St. Hilary, 2 Edw. I, who afterwards enfeoffed 
the said Gilbert and Joan his wife to hold to them and the heirs of 
their bodies : and so they remained in seisin until the said 
Gilbert's death. 
The manor is held in chief of Lady Denise de Monte Caniso sometime 
the wife of Warin de Monte Caniso. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (3.) 

37. Ralph de WASsnsraELEE. 

Writ to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer on the complaint of 
Thomas de Luvetot that the late escheator took into the king's hand 
the lands &c. late of the said Ralph in Wassinglee, whereas the 
wardship of the lands and heir of the said Ralph in co. Huntingdon, 
with the marriage of the heir, pertains to the said Thomas because 
the said Ralph held of him in Wassinglee by knight's service : they 
are commanded to examine the rolls of knights' fees and report 
what they find, 19 February, 20 Edw. I. 



EDWARD I. 33 



HuNTrNGDON. Return of the treasurer and barons (undated). 

Wassingele. Having examined the rolls of the exchequer they find that 
the said Ralph held of the king in chief the head of a serjeanty in 
Wassingele, which was sometime of Robert Malenceys, for which 
he was bound to find 2 footmen for forty days in the army of the 
king's progenitors, kings of England, in Wales to guard a small 
pavilion with bows and arrows, each of whom ought to have M. 
a day from the king for the same. Robert Passelewe, when he was 
appointed by King Henry III to rate ahenated serjeanties, found 
the serjeanty of Wassingele whoUy alienated, and one Walter de 
Wassingele, ancestor of the said Ralph, who then held the head of 
the serjeanty made fine for himself and his tenants for the alienation 
by 40s. yearly to be paid at the exchequer, doing to the king for the 
said serjeanty the service of -^ knight's fee ; by reason whereof 
the wardship and the marriage of the heir pertain to the king. 

It was moreover found by an inquisition which they have caused 
to be made by the escheator that the said Ralph held certain lands 
&c. in Wassiagele of Thomas de Luvetot by service of ^ knight's fee. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (4.) 

38. Geoffrey de Stjtthorp. 

Writ on the representation of Gilbert de Glare, earl of Gloucester and 
Hertford, that when he had put himself in seisin of the lands &c. 
in Theryng, which the said Geoffrey held of him by knight's service, 
the escheator ejected him, although the said Geoffrey held nothing 
of the king in chief : the escheator is commanded to signify the 
cause, 26 Feb. 20 Edw. I. 
Huntingdon. Inq. Monday before St. Gregory, 20 Edw. I. 

Thiming. The said Greoffrey died on the eve of St. Andrew, 19 Edw. I. 
whereupon Gilbert de Clare earl of Gloucester put himseK in seisin 
of the said lands &c. because the said Geoffrey held them of him in 
chief ; and afterwards the sub-escheator in co. Huntingdon came 
and found by inquisition that the said Geoffrey held the said lands 
and tenements of the aforesaid Gilbert, but found by the same 
inquisition that he held in co. Northampton the manor of Loholm, 
which is held of the manor of Thorpel, which manor of Thorpel John 
de Cameys sometime held of the abbot of Peterborough : and the 
same John sold the manor of Torpel to Lady Eleanor, sometime 
the king's consort, wherefore the sub-escheator took the aforesaid 
lands &c. in Thiming into the king's hand and ejected the earl. 
The said lands &c. were of the inheritance of Rose (Roysia) the wife 
of the said Geoffrey, and the said Geoffrey held them for fife by the 
courtesy of England. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (5.) 

39. Geoffrey de Bella Fago. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Amice, late the wife of 
the said Geoffrey, that lands &c. in Suthcrek, whereof she was 
enfeoffed together with him, had been taken into the king's hand, 
22 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 



34 INQUISITIONS. 



Norfolk. Iriq. Wednesday before the Purification, 20 Edw. I. 

Suthcrek. The said Amice was enfeoffed together with the said 
Geoffrey her late husband of all his lands &c. in Suthcrek, and 
continued her seisin until his death. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (6.) 

40. Walter de Reddesham. 

Writ of certiorari on the complaint of John son and heir of Walter de 
Reddesham that a messuage and land which the said Walter held 
in Reddesham at fee farm of the king, had been taken into the 
king's hand by the escheator instead of by the king's bailiff of the 
hundred of Wayneford, 1 Dec. 20 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. 9 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

Little Redesham. A messuage and 80a. land held of the king in chief 
at fee farm rendering 29s. 8d. yearly at the hundred of Wajmeford. 
The king's escheator has never been accustomed to take the same 
into the king's hand on the death of a tenant, but the bailiff of the 
said hundred has always done so, and held them until the right 
heir has been ascertained. Neither the king nor the said baihff &c. 
ought to have relief or wardship, but the heir's mother shall have 
the wardship, or some other of his kin (parentele). 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (7.) 

41. Petee, late bishop op Exeter. 

Writ to the escheator, on the representation of Master Andrew de 
Kilkenny, Master Peter de Insula, and Robert de Veteri Terra, 
executors of the will of the said bishop, that the wardship of the 
land and heir of John de Halton, who held of the same bishop by 
knight's service, which pertains to them, had been tarken into the 
king's hand by the sub-escheator of Cornwall, and without the 
king's warrant given to WilUam le Wyse ; he is commanded to 
resume the said wardship into the king's hand and make enquiry &c., 
20 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. made in fuU coimty (court) at Lostwythiel on Monday before 
St. Valentine, 20 Edw. I. 

John de Halton held certain lands &c. of the said bishop by knight's 
service, and after his death the bishop took the said lands into his 
custody, because the heir was under ag^. During the said wardship, 
one Emma, a co-heiress of the said John de Halton, died without 
heir of her body ; which Emma held of the same John, and after 
her death the said bishop took seisin of her lands by reason of the 
wardship of the heir of the said John, and died so seised : after whose 
death the sub-escheator took the said wardship into the king's hand, 
together with the other lands &c. of the said bishop, and by his 
own authority dehvered seisin of certain parts of the lands of the 
said wardship to WiUiam Wyse, the younger, who claimed a right 
in them. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the representation of Roger Lovecock that 
a messuage in Exeter, which he had of the demise of Walter BoUe, 



EDWARD I. 35 



John BoUe, John Hobbe and Cecily his wife, who deraigned 
it against Peter late bishop of Exeter in the king's court according 
to the custom of the said city, had been unjustly taken into the 
king's hand by the sub-escheator of Devon on the death of the said 
bishop, 25 Jan. 20 Edw. I. 

Return. It was found by inquisition taken ex officio by the escheator that 
Peter late bishop of Exeter died seised of the said messuage, and for 
that reason only it was taken into the king's hand. 

Devon. Inq. Tuesday, the morrow of St. Matthias, 20 Edw. I. 

Exeter. Walter BoUe, John BoUe, John Hobbe and Cecily his wife, 
did not recover the said messuage against the said bishop because 
the bishop died during the plea. The said bishop died seised of the 
said messuage as executor of the will of Margaret Tantefer. It does 
not belong to the bishopric of Exeter. 

G.Edw.I. File 63. (8.) 

42. Thomas de Bekeringg. 

Writ of plenius certiorari de advocacionibus, 1 Dec. 20 Edw. I. 
Huntingdon. Inq. Thursday after St. Hilary, 20 Edw. I. 
Great CatthewDrthe. The advowson of the church. 

Similar ivrit, 1 Dec. 20 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Extent (undated). 

Bolum. The advowson of the church held in common with Hugh de 
Gosebec, with alternate presentations. Richard de Gosebec, father of 
the said Hugh, last presented the parson, viz. — Sir William de 
Midilton, a baron of the king's exchequer. 

G.Edw.I. File 63. (9.) 

43. Peter de Genbvul alias de Genevilb. 



8 June, 20 Edw. I. 
[Hereford.] Inq. taken at Ewyas Lacy on Sunday before St. Kenelm the 
King, 20 Edw. I. 
Walterston within the liberty of Ewyas. The manor with 2J carucates 
of land (extent given), including a custom called ' kylch,' and honey 
in the forests, held of Geoffrey de Gene vile his father and Maud im 
wife, who hold of the king in chief, service unknown. 

His daughters, Joan aged 6, Beatrice aged 5, and Maud aged one year, 
are his next heirs. 

Salop. Inq. made at Lodelawe on Thursday before St. Margaret, 20 Edw. I. 
Staunton Lacy. The manor (extent given), including a fishpond, held 
by the said Peter and Joan his wife, of the aforesaid Sir Geoffrey and 
Maud by knight's service, who hold the same of the king in chief 
by service of 2| knights for the said manor and all other lands 
in England. 
Lodelowe. The castle &c. (extent given), including toU of the town and 
fair, and all the knights' fees which the said Geoffrey and Maud had 
in England, and the whole share of rent from their pourparty. 



36 INQUISITIONS. 



Heirs as above, Joan aged 6 at the Purification, Beatnoe aged 5 this 
year, and Maud aged one year at the feast of St. Dominic next. 

Hereford. Iiiq. Monday the morrow of St. Margaret, 20 Edw. I. 

Mahneshull. The manor (extent given) held by the said Peter and 

Joan his wife of Sir Geoffrey de GeneAdle his father and Maud his 

wife, who hold of the king in chief by service of 2\ knights for all 

their lands in England and Wales. 
Wlverlowe. The manor (extent given), held by the said Peter and Joan 

by the enfeoffment of the said Geoffrey and Maud, who hold of the 

king in chief as abovesaid. 

Heirs as last above. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (10.) 



44. Peter de Ardbrne. 

Writ to Brother Robert de VaUe Regali escheator in co. Chester, 
12 Sept. 20 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. Wednesday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 20 Edw. I. 
Aldeford. The manor. 
Elton. The town. 
Alderdeleg. The town. 
Modberleg. A moiety of the town. 

AU held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Alvaldeleg. The town held of Richard son of Alan, rendering to him 20s. 

yearly, and doing suit every three weeks at his court of Dunham. 
Upton. The town held of Robert de Preeris by service of a knight's fee. 
John his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (11.) 



45- Adam de Napton. 

Writ, 28 August, 20 Edw. I. 
[Leicester.] Inq. Tuesday the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 
20 Edw. I. 
Mynstirton and Pulteneye. 2 carucates of land held of Helen {Elena) la 
Suche, doing suit every three weeks at the court of the heirs of the 
earl of Winchester. 

Robert his son, aged 22, is his next heir. 

Warwick. Inq. made at Coventry, 17 Kalends of October, 20 Edw. I. 

Napton. 2 carucates of land held of John Comyn, earl of Bouwan, for 

a knight's fee. 
Weston. 2 carucates of land held of the same earl for a knight's fee ; 
doing to the said John for the 4 carucates, one homage, and one 
suit at the court of the heirs of Roger de Quynci, late earl of 
Winchester, every three weeks at Leicester. 
Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (12.) 



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40. Henry db Dene. 

Writ, 3 March, 20 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Inq. Monday after St. Gregory, 20 Edw. I. 

Great Dene. A carucate of land and homage, held of the king in chief 

by service of lis. yearly at the castle of St. Briavels. 
Little Dene. 2 virgates of land called an osier-bed (ryffletum), held in fee 

farm, rendering 6d. yearly to the king at his exchequer ; and an 

assart, rendering to the king 25. yearly at his castle of St. Briavels. 
St. Briavels. An homage, held of the inheritance of Agatha his wife, by 

service of finding a footman, with bow and arrows, to keep the 

forest of Dene. 

William his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

Glotjcbster. Inq. 10 April, 20 Edw. I. 

Lasceberwe. The manor held of the inheritance of Agatha his wife, 
who still survives, of Robert de Keynes by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Gloucester. Inq. 9 April, 20 Edw. I. 

PagenhuU. A moiety of the manor held of the inheritance of Agatha 
his wife, who still survives, of Humphrey de Boun, earl of Hereford 
and Essex, by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (13.) 

47. Richard in le Wba alias del Wra, of Tyndale. 

Writ of flenius certiorari to the bailifE of Tjmdale on the complaint of 
Richard in le Wra, son and heir of Richard in le Wra of Tyndale, 
that the bailiff had delayed to restore to him 16a. land in Hetherington 
which his father held in drengage of Alexander, late king of Scotland, 
and which had been taken into that king's hand on the said Richard's 
death and had come into the king's hand when Tyndale came into 
the king's hand on the death of the said king Alexander, 21 June, 
20 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Wark in Tyndale on the morrow of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 20 Edw. I. 

Hetherrinton. The said Richard held a messuage and 24a. land in 
drengage of Alexander king of Scotland by service of 13cZ. yearly, 
whereof Margery de Wra his wife is dowered of a third part. 

Richard his son, aged 21 and one year on the feast of the Annunciation 
next, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (14.) 

48. Robert de Cruys of Nalle. 

Writ to Walter de la Haye escheator in Ireland, 25 March, 20 Edw. I. 
[Meath.] Inq. Sunday before SS. Philip and James, 20 Edw. I. 

Le Nalle. Buildings with stone walls of which the timber is of oak 
wholly imroofed, lands, rents &c. (extent given with names of tenants), 



^8 IHQUISlTiONS. 



including 120a. arable in 'le Garret feld' and mill field, 20a. 
in ' le Resk,' 36a. on the hiU (montana), 24a. at Lochmoyan, a hill 
containing 17a. pasture, a pasture called ' la Roche,' and a moor for 
oxen, held of the kmg in chief by service of 205. when royal service 
is proclaimed. 

Ardmays. Wooden buildings thatched with straw and a stone tower worth 
nothing because they are in the march among the Irish and cost 
much for maintenance, and if they are thrown down it will be to 
the' great damage of the whole country, lands &c. (extent given), 
including 87a. land at Cruys town and a township at Kenethan held 
by the Irish. 

Ynesken. The advowson of the church. 

Cruys. The advowson of the church. 

Moderath. Richard Moderath holds a carucate of land by rendering 
16d. when royal service is proclaimed; and J carucate of land in 
fee, rendering a pair of spurs yearly to the heirs of Thomas le 
Gros. 

Reginald de Sancto Bosco and Isabel his wife, mother of the said 
Robert, hold in dower 173a. arable, meadow, a miU, an orchard, ^Qd. 
or 400 eels issue of the lake of Robert's town {Lacy Ville Boberti), 
with common of the whole pasture of Ardmass and howsebot and 
heybote. 

And the said Robert died seised of 91. 5s. 9fd. rent of freemen at 
Clonachbrenan in the lordship of Sir Theobald de Verdum. 

Helen (Ellena) the wife of the said Robert has a third part of 
aU the aforesaid lands &c. as dower. 

C.Edw.I. FiUGS. (15.) 

49. Maeuabet de Ryparhs alias de RrpAKUs, cottntbss of Devon and 
THE Isle. 

Writ, 14 May, 20 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. 28 June, 20 Edw. I. 

Niweham. The manor, held in dower of the endowment of Baldwin de 
Insula, sometime her husband, and of the inheritance of Isabel de 
Portibus, countess of Albemarle and Devon, with reversion to the 
said Isabel, as next heir of the said Baldwin and of full age ; and 
she shall hold the same of the king in chief by serjeanty, viz. the 
tenant of the manor shall give the king water for washing his hands 
on Christmas day, and shall have the basin and towel for the said 
service. 

Hertford. Itiq. Saturday before St. John the Baptist, 20 Edw. I. 

Pyshoo. The manor held in dower by the death of Baldwin de Insula 
sometime her husband, who held of Sir Wilham de Say in chief by 
service by 3| knights' fees. She held no lands in Sabritworth except 
in dower, nor in the county. 

Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle and Devon and lady of the 
Isle, is next heir of the said Baldwin and of the manor, and of full age. 

Surrey. Inq. taken at Suthlamheth on Monday the eve of the Nativity of 
St. John the Baptist, 20 Edw. I. 



EBWARD 1. §9 



Faukeshall. The manor (extent given), held in dower of the endowment 

of Baldwin de Insula, earl of the Isle, sometime her husband, of the 

inheritance of Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, of the king 

in chief. 

The aforesaid Isabel, aged 54, is sister and next heir of the said 

Baldwin. 

Southampton. Extent, Thursday after St. Barnabas, 20 Edw. I. 

Christchurch. The manor, held in dower of Isabel countess of Albemarle, 
who holds of the king in chief by service of scutage. 

The said Isabel is her next heir, and of fuU age. 

SoTJTHAMPTON ; IsLE OF WiGHT. Extent, Thursday the morrow of St. Barnabas, 

20 Edw. I. 
Eressewater. The manor held in dower of Isabel countess of Albemarle 

in chief, who holds of the king in chief by knight's service. 
Wrockeshal. The manor similarly held. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (16.) 



50. Alexajstber de Sttmeesham alias de Someesham, de Someresham. 

Writ, 28 April, 20 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Extent, Thursday before the Ascension, 20 Edw. I. 

Sutton. A house with garden and holm, 149ja. land, la. meadow, pasture, 
turbary in the marsh, and 4s. Id. and two capons rents of freemen, 
whereof Joan his wife is jointly enfeoffed with him of half the house 
&c., 30a. land and 3a. meadow; all held of the king in chief by service 
of finding in the king's army a man with a sufficient horse, habergeon, 
iron cap, and lance, for forty days at his own charges, or paying the 
king 205. for scutage, when scutage runs at 40s., and he owes the 
sheriff 4s. yearly for hidage and suit ; and a messuage with a 
croft and hohn, held of WiUiam Latimer, service unspecified. 
He died 18 March, 20 Edw. I. John, his son, aged 22 J on the 

fourth day after the Annimciation last, is his next heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. 31 May, 20 Edw. I. 

Someresham. A capital messuage and la. land, held of William son of 
Walter the carpenter (carpentarii) rendering yearly 3s. to lady Joan 
le Boun for the said William ; 4a. land held of the same William, 
rendering for him yearly to John de Wodehous 5fd. and to the 
same William a pair of white gloves yearly price Id. for all the above 
tenements. 

(Unspecified.) 17a. Ir. land and 2ja. pasture, held of Robert de 
WyUaxham, rendering 10s. lOd. yearly ; la. land held of the heirs 
of Richard le Ry, rendering 2d. yearly ; la. land held of William 
de Bromhel, rendering ^d. yearly; 2a. land held of Ranulph de 
Pylberg, rendering Id. yearly ; 2a. land held of Roger de Pylberg, 
rendering 6d. yearly; 4ja. Ir. land held of the heirs of Nicholas 
de Someresham, rendering 2s. Id. yearly ; la. land held of 



40 INQUISITIONS. 



Walter Baldewyne, rendering 6a!. yearly ; Ja. meadow held of Juliana de 
Ponte, rendering a clove gillyflower yearly; and 10s. 3d. rents of 
divers tenants. 
John his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File6'6. (17.) 

51. William de Hale. 

Writ, 15 May, 20 Edw. I. 
NoETHAMPTON. Ifiq. Friday after Holy Trinity, 20 Edw. I. 

Hale. A capital messuage, and a virgate of land containing 44a. land, 
3a. meadow, and 24s. lOd. yearly rent, with the advowson of a chapel, 
held of the king in chief by service of 9s. yearly, to be paid in the 
castle of Northampton. 
WiUiam his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. FiU 63. (18.) 

52. Nicholas de Prendrelath. 

Writ to Walter de Routhbur(y) aZias de Routhebyris, with the assent of A. 
bishop of Durham, executor of the will of John de Vescy, and John 
Wichard and Joan his wife, daughter and heir of Nicholas de Prendre- 
lath deceased, who held of Robert de Ros of Werk by knight's service, 
which Robert granted the wardship of the lands &c. held of him 
by the said Nicholas to the aforesaid John de Vescy, to enquire 
whether the said Joan is next heir of the said Nicholas and of full 
age or not, 12 July, 20 Edw. I. 

Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Northumberland to provide a jury, 
12 July, 20 Edw. I. 
NoKTHtrMBBKLAND. Inq. taken at Werk on Thursday before St. Laurence, 
20 Edw. I. 

Momlawe. Joan, daughter of Nicholas de Prenderlath, holds a tene- 
ment in Monilawe by knight's service, and is her father's next heir, 
legitimate and of full age. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (19.) 

53. Ingram de Mtjncexjs alias de Monceaus. 

Writ, 22 April, 20 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Tuesday after St. Mark, 20 Edw. I. 

Bemeston ta Hold[emess]. He held no land on the day he died, for he 
enfeoffed John his son, with the king's consent of the manor of 
Bemeston (full extent given with names of tenants), including a 
pasture called Poseleker, a toft called Grellecroft, a pasture called 
Thirshowe, forlands in the field of Wynketon called Northcroft, 
Suthcroft and Whirtdaile, Erlesdyk and Catelaye, a moiety of 
Erlands held for hfe by Nicholas de Caton in exchange for land in 
Gayrgrave in Craven, and the water-miU of Hertebum and pasture 
called Hest Holm held by the prior of Briddilington, with the 
advowson of the church, to hold of the king in chief, in such manner 



EDWARD I. 41 



that, if he should die before the said John should be of age, the king 
should not lose wardship or marriage. 

John his son, aged 18, is his next heir. 

O.Edw.I. File&3. (20.) 

54. HiTGH DE Plessetis alias de Plesetis. 

Writ, 7 July, 20 Edw. I. . 
BtrcKiNGHAM. Inq. Monday after St. James, 20 Edw. I. 

Messenden. A messuage, a carucate of land containing 137a., 8a. meadow, 
a plot of pasture, 60s. 4^d. rents of freemen, customers holding 4 
virgates of land, and pleas &c. of court, held of the earl of Gloucester 
and Joan his wife by service of I knight's fee. 

Hugh his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. 23 July, 20 Edw. I. 

Hokenarton and CudeHnton. The manors held of the king in chief, 
together with the barony of Oily which pertains to them, doing the 
service of 2 knights with the king in his army for forty days at his 
own charges ; which manor of Hokenarton Ela countess of Warwick 
holds for hfe of the demise of the said Hugh, but of the manor of 
Cudehnton he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File6B. (21.) 

55. SuspiRitrs DE Baytts alias db BaIocis. 

Writ to the escheator on the complaint of WiUiam de Gimmynges that 
the manor of Eylesthorp, of which he had been enfeoffed by the 
said Suspirius, had been taken into the king's hand on the death of 
the latter, 7 April, 20 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Coreby on Thursday before St. Mark, 20 Edw. I. 
Eylesthorp. The said Suspirius sometime held a manor there, whereof 
long before his death he enfeoffed William de GymmyUes his uncle 
for hfe, to hold of the barony of Baiocis, which EUas de Rabayn 
sometime held. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (22.) 

56. Gilbert son of Patrick db Stjthayk alias de Suteaik. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Gilbert, who 
seeks the lands of his inheritance, which are in the wardship of Master 
Adam de Lyvington by the king's grant, 18 Feb., 20 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Proof of age made at Carhsle on Wednesday in Easter week, 
20 Edw. I. 
The said Gilbert was born in Tinwald in Scotland and was 21 years 
of age on the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle before Christmas in the 
year aforesaid ; and this the jury know because his age was proved in 
Scotland, and the lands &c. which he held of the earl of Buohan {Buzan\ 
were restored to him on that day. The said Master Adam appended his 
seal to this proof. 

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42 INQUISITIONS. 



57. John son of Jokdan de Sutton. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, 6 June, 
20 Edw. I. 
Dbeby. Proof of age made at Bradeburne on the feast of St. Thomas the 
Martyr, 20 Edw. I. 
The said John was bom at KJnyveton, and was 21 years of age on the 
eve of Whitsunday, 20 Edw. I. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (24.) 



58. Patrick de Dxjnbabrb, eael oe March. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Patrick de Dunbarre, earl 
of March, that, whereas none of his ancestors had paid on account 
of lands &c. held of the king's predecessors any reMef, he had been 
distrained to pay reHef on the death of his father Patrick sometime 
earl of March, 17 July, 20 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. Wednesday after St. Bartholomew, 20 Edw. I. 

Patrick de Dunbar earl of March and his ancestors held their lands 
&c. in the county, of the king in chief by service of 30s. yearly to be 
paid at the exchequer of Newcastle, and doing suit in the county (court) 
of Northumberland and rendering comage and fine of court. Whether 
he shall give reUef or not the jury know not : he shall be ' inborwe ' and 
' uteborwe ' upon the March : and neither he nor any of his ancestors 
have given any rehef, time out of mind. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (25.) 

59. Miles Talbot. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator in Ireland as to the value of the manor 
of Bahtandeny, which is in the king's hand by reason of the minority 
of the heir, 4 June, 20 Edw. I. 
Cork. Inq. taken at Dublin on Saturday, the feast of St. Luke, 20 Edw. I. 
Balytandeny. The manor is worth 24.1. 10s. id., whereof Eleanor late the 
wife of the said Miles is dowered of a third part, and two parts are 
committed to James Ketyng to pay the proceeds at the exchequer 
by the king of England's writ. 

Dublin. Molachide. The manor held of the king in chief by service of 
20s. rent, worth 351. lis. id. of which a third part is assigned in 
dower as above, and two parts are committed to John de London 
by the king of England's writ. 

Richard his son, aged 5, is his next heir. 

Endorsed : The king wills and grants that Geoffrey de Well have the 
wardship imtilthe lawful age of the heir &c. 



C.Edw.I. File 63. (26.) 



60. John son oe Thomas de Saunton. 



Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Lincoln, the king having, with the 
consent of WilMam de Hamelton and the said John, appointed 



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Thomas de Metham and others to enquire as to the age of the said 
John, 26 May, 20 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Burton on Trent on Tuesday after St. Giles, 

20 Edw. I. 

The said John was born on the Thursday called ' Parasceve ' before 
Easter, a.d. 1270, in Laghton, and was baptized the Saturday after by 
Robert de Staunford, chaplain, in the church of All Saints there, in the 
presence of John Dalazon of Laghton and John de Saunton his grandfather, 
his godparents {qui ipsum levaverunt), Roger Blaunchard of Laghton, and 
Roger son of Hugh of the same, and others. 

He completed the age of 21 years on Thursday before Easter, 
20 Edw. I. 

C.EdwI. FileGB. (27.) 

61. John de Moese. 

Writ, 21 August, 20 Edw. I. 
London. Inq. made at St. Botolph's without Alegate on Tuesday before 
St. George, 21 Edw. I. 
Estsmethefelde. A messuage, 3a. meadow, 2 water-mills and 40s. rent 
of assize yearly, held of Sir Ralph de Berners, rendering a pair of 
gUt spurs or 6d. yearly. 

Thomas de Moese his brother, aged 25, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (28.) 

62. Henry le Seejatjnt of Ulvesby alias lb Sbrgant of UlHsby. 

Writ, 22 Oct., 20 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Saturday after St. Edmund the King 

21 Edw. I. 

(Unspecified.) A messuage with curtilage, 9a. land, 2 cottars rendering 
12d. yearly, his part of a mill and a free rent of 2s. S^d., from which 
he shaU pay 3s. 9d. yearly to the king, held of the king by the courtesy 
of England of the inheritance of Edith de Ulvesby his wife. 

Alexander his son, aged 40, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (29.) 

63. Michael de Rihill alias de Rihijll. 

Writ, 20 March, 20 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. George (Jorgii), 
20 Edw. I. 

Whyttincham. The chief manor and two parts of the town (extent 
given with names of tenants), including a moiety of Glantindon 
held by Sir Robert de Glantindon rendering 40s. yearly, and two 
parts of the town of Thominton, held of the king in chief, rendering 
I mark yearly at the exchequer of Newcastle. 

Great Rihill (extent given), held of Roger son of Ralph in free marriage. 

Little Rihill. 40a. held of Henry de Rihill, rendering a pair of gloves 
yearly. 



44 mQUlSITlONS. 



Aburwick. 10a. land held of Robert de Bellinoham, rendering ^d. yearly. 
Isabel his daughter, aged 14 on the day of St. Nicholas, 20 Edw. I,, 

is his next heir. 

Endorsed : Extents of lands which were of Michael de Rihill in cos. 
Rich(mond) and Northumberland. AHce late the wife of the said 
Michael is dowered of a third part of these extents by the king's 
writ out of the chancery. 

Writ to the escheator or his sub-escheator in Northumberland, to send 
the extents he has made without delay, 25 Dec, 21 Edw. I. 

Writ, 1 Nov., 21 Edw. I. 
NoBTHTJMBEBLAirD. Itiq. made at Wytincham on Monday after the 
Epiphany, 22 Edw. I. 
(Unspecified.) Lands &c. worth iU. I5d. yearly, held of the king in chief 
by service of a sparrowhawk, or | mark, and 10s. for service of the 
forest ; lands &c. worth 201. 9s. 8d. yearly, held of Roger son of 
Ralph in free marriage ; lands &c. worth 245. yearly, held of 
Richard de Rihill by service of a pair of gloves ; and lands &c. worth 
I mark yearly, held of Robert de Belincham, service unspecified. 

Isabel his daughter, the wife of John son of Hugh, aged 15 and more, 
is his next heir. 

Endorsed: To be further considered {loquend' plenius), for there are divers 
opinions. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (30.) 

64. John WALERAtrurD alias Walbond. 

Writ, 15 Oct., 20 Edw. I. 
BtrcKENGHAM. Inq. made at Ivyngeho on Monday after St. Thomas the 

Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 
Edelesburewe. J knight's fee (extent given), held of the king in chief 

for I knight's fee when scutage runs ; and a messuage containing 

Ir. land held of Hugh Maheu, paying him ^d. yearly. 
Seybrok. | knight's fee (extent given), held of Geoffrey de Lucy, owing 

suit at the court of Cobehnton every three weeks, and scutage when 

it runs. 

He died on Sunday the eve of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 
20 Edw. I. William Walrond his brother, aged 40 and more, is his next 
heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 63. (31.) 

65. RoBEBT Btjenel, bishop of Bath and Wells. 

Writ, 26 October, 20 Edw. I. 
SoTTTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Andevere on Tuesday before St. Nicholas, 
21 Edw. I. 
Enham Knight's. The manor (extent given), held of the heirs of Roger 
de Calixston in chief by service of rendering lOZ. yearly. 

Phihp Bumel his brother's son, is his next heir and of fuU age. 



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Wilts. Inq. Monday after St. Nicholas, 21 Edw. I. 

Great Chyverel. The manor held jointly with Sir Philip Bumel by 

inheritance, of Sir Reginald de Balun by service of a knight's fee. 
Kyvele. The manor, held of Sir Richard earl of Arundel for the term 
of 12 years. 
Sir Philip Bumel, aged 25, is his next heir. 

Dorset. Inq. Friday, the eve of St. Nicholas, 21 Edw. I. 

Todebere. Six bovates of land, and lis. l\d., lib. wax and \lh. cummin 
rents, held of John de Mohun by service of doing suit at his court 
of Donesterre and rendering scutage, when it shall happen throughout 
England, as much as pertains to \ knight's fee. 
Heir as last above, aged 30. 

Hereford. Inq. taken at King's Pyon on Saturday, the eve of St. Thomas 

the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 
Skotard Hyde, viz., a messuage, 160a. arable, 6a. meadow and 6a. pasture, 

held of Thomas de Mukelfeld by service of 55. yearly, 4s. yearly for 

common fine, and suit of court. 
Burleye. 11a. arable held of the lord of Burley by service of 2,2d. and 

suit of court. 
Sweyneston. 6a. land and 4s. Qd. rent of assize, held of the lord of 

Samesfeld by service of 2d. 
Philip son of Hugh Bumel, is his next heir and of full age. 

Berks. Inq. made at Esthildesle, 10 December, 21 Edw. I. 

Westcumton. The manor with the hundred (extent given), held of the 
king in chief by service of 40s. hidage yearly. 
Philip_ his brother's son, aged 25, is his next heir. 

Glottcbster. Inq. Friday, the eve of St. Lucy, 21 Edw. I. 

Little Rysend[on] alias Risendon, a member of the barony of Taydon. 
The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service unknown ; 
of the rents the abbess of Godestowe has 10?. yearly, and Edmund 
earl of Cornwall holds a view of frank pledge there once yearly, and 
takes 4s. from those in the tithing, and other amercements arising 
from the view. 
PhiUp Bumel is his next heir, and of fuU age. 

Worcester. Inq. Wednesday after the Conception of the Blessed Mary, 
21 Edw. I. 
Doddeley. A messuage, &c., 30a. arable, 3a. meadow, a moor, and 52s. &d. 
rents, held of John, son and heir of Roger de Somery, who is in the 
king's wardship, rendering Id. at the feast of St. Michael to the said 
John. 
Heir as last above, aged 30. 

Worcester. Inq. Thursday after the Conception of the Blessed Mary, 
21 Edw. I. 
Kedermenstre. A messuage, 57a. land, 7a. meadow, pasture, a park, 
51. 15s. lOd. rent, a moiety of 2 water-mills, and a fulling mill, held 
of the king in chief, doing such service with arms and horses in 
time of war as the king may reasonably require for such a tenement. 
Heir as last above. 



46 INQUISITIONS. 



Worcester. Inq. Friday after the Conception of the Blessed Mary, 

21 Edward I. 
Haneleye. The manor (extent given), held of Hugh de Plesy, owing 

no service. 
Hull by the same manor. A messuage and 60a. land, pasture, and 

\d. rent, held of William de Sudinton, owing no service. 
Cure by the same manor. A messuage &c., 60a. land, 4a. meadow, 

pasture, a water-mill, and a wood, held of WiUiam de Sudynton 

doing suit of court every three weeks. 
Bastwod by the same manor. A messuage, 40a. land, la. meadow, 

pasture, a wood, and Qd. rent, held of WiUiam de Sodinton, owing 

7s. &d. and suit of court. 
Childerhaneleye. A messuage, 45a. land, a wood, and 205. lid. rent, 

held of Hugh de Plesy, owing no service. 
Haleyard. 30a. land and a wood, held of James de Bello Campo, rendering 

6s. ^d. yearly and doing suit of court every 3 weeks. 
Heir as last above. 

Staeeord. Inq. Thursday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 

Wolvemehamptone. A part of the manor which John de Hastyngh 

held of the king in chief, held by knight's service. 
Covene. A third part of the manor, held of OteweU Purcell by knight's 

service. 
Brunesford. A carucate of land held of Ralph de Byssebur[i] by knight's 

service. 
Le Horewod. The manor with 3 carucates of land, held of John son of 

Phihp in chief for 37s. l\d. yearly. 
Tybindon. A moor with a plot of pastjire, held of the heirs of Roger 

de Somery for J mark yearly. 

Philip son of Hugh Bumell, aged 25 on Friday after St. Edmund the 
King, 21 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. Tremhale, 7 December, 21 Edw. I. 

Stanstede Mumfichet. 70a. arable, 12a. meadow, 200a. wood, 2 marks 
yearly rent, and a moiety of a water-mill, held of the king in chief 
by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 26. 

Essex. Inq. Chelmeresford, 5 December, 21 Edw. I. 

Borham and Little Waltham. Two messuages, 2 carucates of land and 

a water-mill, held of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne by 

service of two parts of a knight's fee. 
Toppingho. 130a. land and 10s. rent, held of the heirs of Nicholas 

Tregoz by service of \ knight's fee. 
Little Waltham. 80a. land held of William de Bovile by 10s. 5d. rent 

and suit of court. 
Borham. 80a. land held by service of | mark yearly to Staza de Bourn, 

and other service to the chief lords of the fee. 
Little Waltham. 80a. land held of the heirs of Reginald Pecche by 

service of rendering 3s. every twenty weeks. 
Borham and Springkefeld. 24a. land and 20a. wood, held of John Filol 

by service of 3s. M. yearly. 



EDWARD I. 47 



Little Waltham. 20a. land held of William de Bovile, rendering 5s. 
yearly to him, and \2d. to the church ; and 20a. land held of Adam 
le Cayle rendering 25. ^d. yearly. 

Heir as last above. 

Stteeey. Inq. taken at Kyngestan on Tuesday after St. Thomas the Martyr, 

21 Edw. I. 
Shen(e). The manor (extent given), including a rabbit warren and a free 

fishery, acquired of the heirs of Hugh de Wyndlesor, service vmknown. 
Hamme. The manor (extent given), acquired of Maurice de Croun, 

rendering to the said Maurice Id. yearly. 
The said Robert after having seisin of these two manors enfeoffed 
thereof Sir Otto de Grandison to hold to him and the heirs of his body ; 
who continued his seisin for two years and more until he took his journey 
to the Holy Land, before which he committed the said manors to the 
aforesaid Robert, but whether merely as bailiff or whether he released 
aU his right is unknown to the jury ; but by reason of this commission 
the said Robert held the manors when he died. 

Phihp Bumel, son and heir of Hugh Burnel brother of the said Robert, 
aged 25, is his next heir. 

SxTREEY. Inq. taken at Suthewerk on Friday after the Circumcision, 
21 Edw. I. 
Hacchesham. The manor (extent given), acquired by the said Robert 
of Roger de Russlep, to hold of him for life rendering 7s. Qd. yearly 
at the court of Hacchesham Bavant ; and the manor owes suit at 
the king's hundred of Brixist(on) every three weeks with two men, 
and suit at the court of Hacchesham Bavant every three weeks. 
Retherheth alias Rutherheth. The manor (extent given) ; whereof 
2 messuages, 52a. land, and 32a. meadow, are held of the earl of 
Gloucester by service of 2s. 2d. yearly and suit at his court of 
Camerwell, and for \ knight's fee when scutage runs ; a messuage, 
&\a. land, and 13a. meadow, are held of the prior of Bermondes(e) by 
service of 14s. \d. yearly, and suit at his court of Bermondes(e) every 
three weeks ; and 21a. land and 35a. meadow, he held of the said 
earl for life, as appears from a writing produced by Bartholomew 
son and heir of John de Sancto Michaele, but the jury know not for 
certain ; the said Robert died seized of the rest of the aforesaid 
lands of Rutherheth, but it is not known in what manner. 

Heir as last above. 

Chester. Inq. Saturday, the eve of St. Thomas the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 

Nantwich {de Wyco Malbano). A third part of the barony, held of the 
king in chief by service of 3 knights' fees ; and a moiety of a saltpit 
held of Robert de Brescy doing service of Id. yearly, and a saltpit 
held of Richard de Batington doing service of 10s. 

Wulstonwode. A fourth part, held of Richard de Mascy doing service 
of a rose ; a fourth part held of Thomas de Sampford doing service 
of a peppercorn ; and a fourth part held of Urian de Sancto Petro, 
John de Wetenhale, Ralph de Vernoun and Robert de Wynigton, 
doing service of a clove gillyflower each. 



48 INQUISITIONS. 



Copenhale. The manor held of Nicholas de Aldithelegh doing service of 
I knight's fee. 
Philip Burnel, is his next heir and of fuU age. 

[Somerset.] Inq. taken at BlakenhuUe by Cruk on Thursday before 
St. Thomas the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 
BlakenhuUe. A messuage &c., 52|a. arable, l\a. meadow, and 8s. rent, 
held of Sir Hugh de Curtenay, Stephen de Mortesthome, and the 
lords of Estham, by service of 8s. yearly to Sir Hugh and suit at his 
court. Id. at Easter to the said Stephen, and 24s. and |Z&. pepper 
worth M. to the lords of Estham ; tenure unknown, unless it be 
at the king's wiU. 
Heir unknown. 

NoETHAMPTON. luq. 8 December, 21 Edw. I. 

Thyngden. A fourth part of the township (extent given), held of Sir 
Hugh de la Val and Master Giles de Barinton in chief, service 
imknown because he was enfeoffed privately by them and the jury 
neither saw nor knew when or where instruments were made between 
them. 

PhiUp Burnel, aged 30 as is beheved, is his next heir. 

NoEFOLK. Inq. Tuesday after the Conception of the Blessed Mary, 20 Edw. I. 

Gunton. A capital messuage &c., 66a. arable (lucrabilis), heath, a several 
pasture at Besefen, pasture at Hassokes and in the wood, 2a. meadow, 
52s. l^d. rent, rents of hens and works of tenants, held of the bishop 
of Norwich in chief for | knight's fee by service of 20d. every thirty- 
two weeks for the guard of the castle of Dover. John de Meyelwd 
recovered in the king's court in 19 Edw. I. 51 marks from Simon 
Lincoln and Katharine his wife, for which a moiety of all the 
above tenements &c., except the messuage, was deUvered to the said 
John until the money should be paid. 

Ruthtun. The said Robert did not die seized of this manor as of fee. 
Heir unknown. 

[Cambeidge.] Extent, Friday the eve of St. Nicholas, 21 Edw. I. 

Wilburham. The manor (extent given), including two messuages, held 
of the earl of Oxford, doing suit every three weeks at his court of 
Yeldham and scutage for J knight's fee, and pa5dng to the prior of 
Anglesey] 25., to Andrew son of Roger 12d., and to Ranulph 
Foleschanke for life 5 marks ; and a messuage, 40a. arable, la. meadow, 
^a. pasture and 4d. rent in Fulbum, paying 1 2s. Id. and suit at 
the court of Sir Gilbert de Dunmawe. 
Heir unspecified. 

Oxford. Inq. 11 Dec. 21 Edw. I. 

RoUendriht. The manor (full extent given), held of the king in chief by 

serjeanty of serving the king in his spence (in dispensa sim). 
Neuham. 20s. rent held of Richard Morin by service of lib. cummin 
yearly. 

Philip, son of Hugh Burnel his eldest brother, aged 25 and more, is 
his next heir. 



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Kent. Inq. Friday after St. Nicholas, 21 Edw. I. 

Est Wycham. GOa. arable held of the abbot of St. Augustine's, Canter- 
bury, for half a quarter of a knight's fee and by suit at his court of 
Canterbury ; and three parts of the manor with 90a. of upland, 
36a. 3r. in the marsh, and 28a. wood, held of the same abbot by 
service of 38s. 9d. yearly and suit at his court of Plumstede every 
three weeks. 

Bixele. 90a. 3r. land, 3a. wood, and a moiety and half a quarter of 
a water-mill thereto pertaining, held of the archbishop by service of 
5s. &\d. and suit at his court of Bixele every three weeks. 

Wllewych. Three houses, 4^a. arable, and rents of 77s. Zd. and cocks 
and hens, held of Lady Joan de Hicham by service of 4s. yearly and 
suit at her court of WUewich every three weeks. 

A fourth part of aU the above is omitted {in omnibus quartam 
partem excipiunt) which pertains to Sir Wilham de Sancto Michaele 
chaplain. And there are due to the heirs of Henry de Sancto 
Michaele for their part of the above 525. yearly. 

Sidigburne. 2 marks yearly rent from a house held by Robert de 
Wynton. 

Milstede. 17a. land held of Thomas de Hecham. 

He died on Saturday before All Saints, 20 Edw. I. Sir Philip Bumel, 
aged 26, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. taken at Chyw on Friday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 

21 Edw. I. 
Lokkeston. \bl. yearly rent which used to be paid for the manor by 

Osbert de Bathonia, who holds the same for life of the said Robert 

with successive reversions to Elizabeth daughter of the said Osbert 

and the heirs of her body rendering Id. yearly, and to the heirs of 

the said Robert. 

The manor is held of Sir Simon de Insula, service unknown. 
Compton Dauno. A part of the manor (extent given) held by service 

of a pair of gilt spurs of Sir Alexander Daimo, who holds of the 

king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Philip Bumel his brother's son, aged 30 and more as is believed, 
is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. taken at Cary Castel on Tuesday before St. Thomas 
; \ the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 

Sook Deneys. A moiety of the manor held by service of a pair of gilt 

spurs of Brice le Denys, who holds of the king in chief. 
Sperkeford. The manor held of the heirs of Hugh Lovel by service 
of scutage, as annexed to the barony of Cary Castel, and the said 
heirs hold of the king in chief. 
Upton Noble. The manor held of the bishop of Bath, as belonging to 
the bishopric of Bath, by service of 10s. yearly. 

Phihp Bumel, aged 28 and more is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Erome on Thursday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 

21 Edw. I. 

Laverton. 34a., arable in the west field when it is cultivated, with pasture 

and 2|a. meadow every other year, 28a. arable in the north field 

with a croft, an acre of meadow mown every other year and pasture, 



50 INQUISITIONS. 

held of the lord of Laverton for the time being by homage and fealty, 
doing suit yearly at the court of Laverton, and rendering 4jd. yearly. 
LoUyngton. A messuage and croft, and a virgate of land, 10a. arable, 
|a. meadow and pasture, in the east field, and 10a. arable and 
la. meadow in the west field, held of the prior of Longleat (la 
LanggeUte) by homage and fealty, doing suit at his court of 
LoUington and at the hundred of Frome, and rendering yearly lU). 
pepper. 
Heir unknown. 

Essex. Inq. Wednesday after St. Nicholas, 21 Edw. I. 

Great Hoyland. A messuage, 1| carucate of land, 45a. arable, 
10a. meadow, and 31a. wood, with a windmill, held of the king in 
chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Phihp Bumel, aged 26, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. Thursday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 

Est Tyrington. Two parts of the manor, which was of Reginald de 
Jarkenvill (extent given, with services due from each bovate), 
including lands &c. at Herdewyk and Burgh by Beyne, held of Lady 
Isabel de Roos by service of | knight's fee, by the enfeoffment of one 
Thomas de Tjrtteleye and Joan his wife, daughter and heir of the 
said Reginald. 
PhiHp Bumel his nephew, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Salop. Inq. Wednesday after St. Nicholas, 21 Edw. I. 

Castrum Holgod. The castle &c. (extent given), held" of the king in 

chief by the service of two knights in time of war at- Montgomery ; 

and a water-mill held of Roger de Bradelaye. 
Conedovere. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, service 

unknown. 
Ronton (extent given), including a park, held of the king in chief by 

serjeanty of finding two men with bows and arrows at the castle of 

Montgomery in time of war. • 

(Unspecified.) 53s. S^d. and a sparrow-hawk yearly rent coming from 

certain assarts in divers places in the county, held of the king in chief 

in exchange for 4 marks coming from Christiana de Marisco in 

Bastyngden co. Berks and for the service of 1^ knight's fee in all 

scutages and other foreign services, as is noted on the seventh roll 

under the heading of scutage. 
Opyton. A free court by the king's charter. 
Acton Burnel. The manor (extent given), including a park and 38s. l^d. 

rents of free tenants in Acton Pigot, held of Sir Peter Corebet for 

I knight's fee. 
Norton. 27s. 9d. yearly rent held of Michael de Morton by service of a 

rose. 
Benethale. Three bovates of land held of the prior of Wenlok, doing 

suit at the court of Burton. 
Cantelop. 48s. lOd. yearly rent held of the heirs of John de Arundel 

by service of I knight's fee. 
Wolstaneston. The township (extent given) held of Giles de Berkeleye 

for I knight's fee. 



EDWARD I. 51 



Great Sutton and Whichecot (extent given), held of Sir Theobald de 

Verdon by service of a knight's fee and doing suit at the court of 

Lodelawe. 
Corf ton (extent given), held of the heirs of Peter de Greneville by the service 

of one knight and doing suit at the court of Ludelawe. 
Abbeton (extent given), held of Sir John Lestrange (Extraneo) by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Longefeld. 21s. 4d. yearly rent held of Robert Waldeyn by service 

of 4d. yearly. 
Streford. 13s. 2Jd. yearly rent held of Hugh le Engleys by service 

of lib. cummin. 
Hopton Cangefot. 24s. yearly rent held of the heirs of Peter de 

Grenevele by doing suit at the court of Staunton Lacy. 
Rommesleye. 34s. yearly rent held of John le Power by service of 2s, 

and lib. cummin. 

Philip Burnel, aged 28 at the Gule of August, 20 Edw. I, is his next 
heir. 

Writ on the complaint of Robert Burnel that the manor of Risindon 
Basset, whereof he had been enfeoffed by the late bishop, had been 
taken into the king's hand on the said bishop's death, 2 March, 
21 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Inq. made at Salemonesbyri on Friday, the feast of St. 
Cuthbert, 21 Edw. 1. 
The said bishop enfeoffed Robert Burnel, his nephew, of the manor 
of Rysendon Basset three years and more before his death, who 
continued his seisin by himself and by his farmer Master William 
Burnel until he was ejected by the escheator after the bishop's death. 

C. Edw. I. File 63. (32.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. doc. No. 4, m. 3d. 



66. Ranxjlph de Monte Caniso, 

Writ, 20 May, 20 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 30 June, 20 Edw. I. 

Retindone. A messuage, and a carucate of land which he had of the 
gift of William de Monte Caniso of Edwardestone, to hold to him 
and his heirs doing the service of J knight's fee to the bishop of Ely ; 
and five years before his death the said Ranulph enfeoffed Thomas 
de Monte Caniso of the same, to hold to him and his heirs, who had 
seisin for forty days and afterwards gave the same to the said Ranulph 
for life. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 1. (20.) 



67. Reginald de Bbllo Campo. 

Writ, 18 May, 20 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 9 June, 20 Edw. I. 

Westhildesle. 5 virgates of land, viz. a capital messuage, 60a. arable, 
la. meadow, and 10a. wood in demesne, 5 customers rendering 



62 INQUISITIONS. 



255., cottars rendering 16^. &c., held of the heir of Robert deFerariis 
[a minor and in the king's wardship] by service of J knight's fee. 

Miles de Bello Campo his son, aged 19, is his next heir. 

Northampton. Inq. Thursday before St. Margaret, 20 Edw. I. 

Creulton. A manor and a carucate of land (extent given), with a 
moiety of the advowson of the chm"ch, held of the honoui 
of Walingford in chief by service of | knight's fee, which honour 
pertains to the earl of Cornwall, but whether the said manor &c. 
was held of the said earl in chief or by any mesne is unknown to 
the jury ; and a mill, and 1 J virgate of land, held of Roger de 
Messenden, service unknown. He had no more lands in the coimty. 

Heir as above, aged 21 and more from the feast of the Annunciation 
until now. 

Bttckingham. Inq. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
20 Edw. I. 

Hucham. A messuage &c. a dovecote, 2 carucates of land each con- 
taiaing 162a., 30a. meadow, 10a. pasture, free tenants rendering 
4?. 3s. Ad. yearly, customers holding If virgates of land and rendering 
35s. 4rf. yearly, works worth 9s. 65. yearly, and 30a. of wasted 
wood, held of Edmund earl of Cornwall. 

Losmere by Little Merlawe. A messuage, a carucate of land containing 
160a, 11a. meadow, 8a. pasture, free tenants rendering 30s. Qd., 
customers holding 3| virgates of land and rendering 50s. yearly, 
works worth 50s. yearly, 20a. wasted wood, pleas &c., of court, and 
a moiety of the advowson of the church. 

All held of the said earl for a knight's fee, doing suit at his court 
of Walingford. 

Miles Neyrnut his son, aged 21, is his next heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 1. (21.) 

68. John de Bbadeleye. 

Writ (missing). 
[LrcsrcoLN.] Inq. Tuesday before St. Edmund the King and Martyr, 

20 Edw. I. (defaced.) 
Bradelegh. A capital messuage (with a plot) of land called Eykholm, 

4 bovates of arable land in demesne, a Mttle wood, .... rent of 

free tenants and cottars, pleas &c. held .... rendering yearly 

at the king's exchequer 38s. 8d., and for the farm of the town . . . . ; 

and 36s. 3d. held of the fee of Ralph le Fleccher 

Cotes. A messuage and 2 bovates of land .... 2(?)s. 6d. yearly rent 

held of the abbot of WeUehou by service 

Swalue. 19s. rent held of ... . and rendering 3s. yearly. 

Humberstan. 4s. rent held of the earl of Lincoln 

Wyvelesby. 5s. rent held of .... by service .... 

Little Cotes. A moiety of a water-mill held of William de Sancto 

by service 

John his son, who will be aged 8 at Christmas next following, is his 
next heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 1. (25.) 



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69. Ralph db Wassinglee. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire what lands &c. the said Ralph held in 
COS. Cambridge and Huntingdon besides those which he held of the 
king in chief, to be returned before the barons of the exchequer 
from the day of St. John the Baptist in 15 days, 7 June, 20 Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 1. (26.) 



70. Isabel de Clyffoed, one of the daughters and heirs of Robert de 
Veteri Ponte. 

Writ, 14 May, 20 Edw. I. 
Westmoreland. Itiq. Friday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 20 Edw. I. 
Appelby. The castle with a moiety of the profits of the county (court ? ), 
whose issues are not sufficient for the maintenance of the castle, 
the sheriff and his clerks, constables and other ministers, held of the 
king in chief ; and a certain land worth 117s. yearly. 
Burgham alias Bruham. The manor (extent given), including its part 
of the forest of Quennefel, a park within the said forest, a certain 
meadow in Cumberland, and a little pasture called Thornholme. 
Burgh under Staynmore. The manor (extent given), including 30s. 
from William's Rydding, Yarnestcesthowe worth 20s. yearly, 
13 vaccaries, and a plot worth 261. 3s. id. yearly, and for sea coal 3s. 
Wynton. The manor (extent given), including a water-mill worth 
lOl. 13s. 4:d., but the said Isabel enfeoffed her esquire Adam del 
Hake of 100s. rent from said miU for life. 
Kyrkeby Stephan. The manor (extent given). 
Knights' fees : — 
Caberg, held for 3 carucates of land by Alan de Caberg rendering 

17s. 8d. for cornage yearly. 
Hartecla, held by Michael de Hartecla, rendering 12s. 4d. for cornage 

yearly. 
Overton and Wateby. A fourth part held by William de Dacre 

rendering 6s. 3d. for cornage yearly. 
Crossebygerad, Little Musegrave and a fourth part of Overton, held 

by the heir of WiUiam de Suleby rendering 22s. S^d. for cornage 

yearly. 
Helton Bacoun, held by Andrew de HeUerton and John de Helton 

rendering 13s. 8d. for cornage yearly. 
Great Askeby and Wynanderwat, held by the heir of Robert de 

Askeby rendering 19s. for cornage yearly. 
Bampton Coundale and Gnype, -held by Ralph de Coundale, 

rendering 15s. 3d. for cornage yearly. 
Clyfton, held by Henry Ehgayne, rendering 16s. 4,d. for cornage 

yearly. 
Knoksalkok, held by Henry de Boyvile, rendering 3s. id. for cornage 

yearly. 
Clyburne. A moiety held by Luke Tayleboys, rendering 12s. i^d. 

for cornage yearly. 
CoUeby, held by John de Goldington, rendering 6s. lOd. for cornage 

yearly. 



54 INQUISITIONS. 



Hoffe and Dryebek, held by Thomas de Multon, rendering 9s. 2d. 
for comage yearly. 

Mihieburne. A moiety held by earl Patrick, rendering 10s. lOd. 
for comage yearly. 

Crakanthorpp, held by John Mauchaele, rendering 6s. lOd. for cornage 
yearly. 

Kyrkeberg, held by Roger BuUe, rendering 2s. for cornage yearly. 

Louther Wyllame and Louther Jon, held by Hugh de Louther, Adam 
de Haverington, Henry de Wyteby, and the prior of Watton, 
rendering 20s. id. for cornage yearly. 

Clybume. A moiety held by Walter Tylle, John de StafiEole and 
Hugh de Soureby, rendering 15s. 5d. for cornage yearly. 

Smerdale, held by Michael de Hartecla, rendering 13s. 8d. for cornage 
yearly. 

Burg. 10s. S^d. for comage from the manor beyond the extent. 

Wynton. 20s. 9d. for comage. 

Burton, held by John de Helton, rendering 1 mark for cornage yearly. 
Blanch farm: — 

From the abbot of Byland {de Bella landa), 9s. 8|c2. ; from Geoffrey 
son of Hersy, Id. ; from Thomas de HeUebek for Soureby, 
13s. 4:d.; from Margaret de Rosse for Melkanthorpp, 5s. ; from Alan 
de Caberg, J mark ; from Robert de Soureby for a moiety of 
Rokeby Gd. ; from Patrick son of the earl for a moiety of 
Mihieburne, 40s. ; from John de Galdington for Colleby, 6d. ; 
from Walter Tylle for his land in Clyburne, M. (and) 4 arrows ; 
from Thomas Bouet for 4 bovates of land in Souleby, 6d. ; from 
the heir of WiUiam Morel for 4 bovates of land in Wartheoopp, 
Id. ; and from John de Staffole for 1 bovate of land in 
Clybume lib. cummin. 
All the aforesaid tenements held of the king in chief by service of 2 J 

knights' fees. 
Warthecopp. The advowson of the church. 
Bruham. The advowson of the church. 

She held no land in the county except of the king. 

Robert de Cly£ford her son, aged 18 at Easter last, is her next heir. 

YoEK. Inq. the day of SS. Processus and Martinianus, 20 Edw. I. 

Malteby. The manor (extent given), including the advowson of the 
church, a meadow in the wood, the herbage of LittUheye, a mill 
worth 6 marks whereof Lady Isabel gave to Alice her nurse 5 marks 
yearly for hfe, the herbage of Swalesike, and a plot by the park in 
the main road, held of the honour of Tyk[hill] by scutage of 
I knight's fee, and it holds of the same honour SJ fees, whereof each 
renders 10s. 8d. yearly. 

Robert her son, aged 18 on the feast of St. Michael next, is her next heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 1. (27.) 
71. Walter Avening alias Avenyng. 

Writ, 14 April, 21 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. Thursday before St. Mark, 21 Edw. I. 

Bume. A messuage, 17Ja. arable, 2a. pasture, and 21s. ^. rent, held 
of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee, and U^d. yearly 



EDWARD I. 55 



for the guard of the castle of Pevenese, 22|cZ. for sheriff's aid, and 
ll^d. for rent of the hundred of Burne ; 3a. land and la. pasture, 
held of Gilbert le Praunk by service of Id. yearly ; 4a. land held 
of Simon atte Heghe by service of 12d. yearly ; and la. land held 
of Geoiirey le Bat by service of 2d. yearly. 

Simon his son, aged 27 at the feast of the Annunciation last, is his 
next heir. 

G.Edw.I. FileM. (1.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. tfcc. No. 4. m. 5. 

72. [*Deest. William de Hally. 

Derby. Schacton. 

Pake in Hopedale forest.] 

73. Adam de Levington. 

Writ, 4 March, 21 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. Tuesday after the Ammnciation [21 Edw. I.] 

Carlisle. A burgage held of the king in chief, rendering Ic^. yearly for 
' husgabel.' 

West Levington. The manor held of Lady Sarra de Paveley, sometime 
the wife of Sir Richard de Levington, rendering 13s. yearly for 
comage. Lady Sarra has the lordship of that land in dower for hfe 
of the holding of the said Richard her late husband. 

Hugh his son, aged 18, is his next heir. 

Writ ad melius inquirendum because the previous inquisition makes no 
mention whether the said Adam held anything other than a burgage 
in Carlisle of the king in chief, 14 April, 21 Edw. I. 
Cumberlahtd. Inq. Tuesday after St. Margaret the Virgin, 21 Edw. I. 

Carlisle. He held nothing else of the king in chief in the county than 
the burgage aforesaid. 

G.Edw.I. File 64:. (2.) 

74. Peter de Escttdemor alias EsKTr[DBMOR]. 

Writ, 8 May, 21 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Tissbury by jurors of the hundreds of Wermenistre, 
Doneworth and Chalk on Thursday after St. Augustine, 21 Edw. I. 
Norton. The manor held of Sir John Traygoz in chief, rendermg him 

17s. 3^d. yearly for the guard of Euwyas. 
Pifhyde. The manor held of the same John, rendering him lis. yearly 

for the same guard. 
Trowe. A tenement worth 40s. held of the abbess of Wilton, rendering 

her 10s. yearly. 
Buile. A tenement and a virgate of land, held of Sir Eustace de Hache, 

rendering him 4s. 2d. 

Alesia de Beauvent his daughter, is his next heir and of full age. 

G.Edw.I. File 64:. (3.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dbc. No. 4. m. 6d. 

* Thus given in the calendar printed in 1806, and «till missing. See Fine Boll, 21 ISdw. I. m. 18. 



56 mQUISITIONS. 



75. Adam de Bavent. 

Writ, 23 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 

Writ, 5 Dec. 21 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. taken at Est Pecham on Friday after the Circumcision 
21 Edw. I. 

Scipbume [alias Shibbume]. The manor (extent given), held of the earl 
of Gloucester for | knight's fee and suit at his court of Tonebrigge. 

Thonebrigge. 2|a. meadow held of the said earl by service of IBd. 
yearly. 

La Watergate, la. arable held of the archbishop of Canterbury by 
service of I8d. yearly. 

Le Hethehirst. 11a. arable held of Bartholomew de Badelesmere by 
service of I5d. yearly. 

Rammeshirst. 4a. meadow held of Thomas Rolant by service of 4s. 
yearly. 

HaUmg. A messuage and 16a. arable, held of John de Longerigge by 
service of [J] knight's fee ; 12a. of ' Warlant ' held of John le Poor 
and WiUiam [Farman] and their partners by services of mowing 
and gathering meadow, closing hedges, and pa5dng pontage, which are 
worth 12d. yearly ; 16a. arable held of the bishop of Rochester for 
I knight's fee [*and suit] at his court of Rochester ; 16a. arable held 
of WOham le Pokel and the heirs of Jordan Cronoc [""by service of 
4s.] yearly, and [*16a.] pasture by service of 2s. yearly ; rent of 
assize [*195.] ; and 3a. meadow held of the bishop of Rochester 
by service of lOd. yearly. 
Roger his son, aged 11, is his next heir. 

SxJBEEY ; HUNDRED OF Bryxiston. Inq. taken at Suthewerk on Saturday 
after the Circumcision, 21 Edw. I. 
Hacchesham. The manor (extent given), rendering 15s. 6d. yearly to 
divers lords, and held of Sir WiUiam de Sey [alias* de Say] doing 
suit at his court of Grenewyc, and rendering scutage when it runs 
for 1 knight's fee, and 10s. every 32 weeks for the guard of the castle 
of Dover to be paid by his own hand, of which 10s. he received 5s. 
from a tenement which was of John Homepite in Ha<3chesham : 
but he did not hold the manor on the day he died, for he gave it 
three years before to Sir Roger de Leukenore to hold of the lords 
of the fees for ever, rendering to the said Sir Adam and his heirs 
SOI. yearly, but afterwards he acknowledged himself paid {pacatum) 
for ten years of the said rent. 

Heir as above, aged 11 on the feast of the Purification in the year 
aforesaid. 

Sussex. Inq. Sunday before the Epiphany, 21 Edw. I. 

Wystenestone, Hyen and Chiltyngetone. The manors held of Sir 

WiUiam de Breuse by service of 4 knights' fees, and doing suit at 

his court. 
Iryngeham [alias *Hingeham (sic)]. The manor (extent given) held 

of Sir Thomas Peverel, service unknown. 



* Supplied from the enrolment. 



EDWARD I. 57 



La Sloghtre [alias *Sloghtre]. Certain lands held of Sir William Paynel, 
service unknown. 

Cookinge. The manor (extent given) held of the archbishop of Canter- 
bury by service of 3^ knights' fees. 

Wistenestone and Assherst. [The manor] (extent given) including 
pastures at ' la Frithe,' Assherst and on the hiUs, and 12 loads {summe) 
of salt at Launcjmg. 

Hyen. The manor, whereof the particulars are not specified because Lady 
Gervase, sometime the wife of Sir William de Wistenestone, will 
hold it for life as dower, after whose death it ought to revert to the 
said Adam. 

ChHtyngtone. [The manor] (extent given). 

La Sloghtre and Billyngeherst. 184a. arable, 5a. 3r. meadow, and 2a. 
wood. 
Heir as above, aged 10 at the feast of the Assumption last. 

Surrey ; hundred op Farnham. Inq. Wednesday after St. Valentine, 
21 Edw. I. 
Putford. 3a. wood and 31s. "rent of assize, held of James le Bel by the 
defence of 1 hide of land whenever scutage runs. 

Heir as above, aged 11 years. 

Suffolk. Inq. 5 Jan. 21 Edw. I. 

Branteston. The manor (extent given), held of Sir William de Say, 
rendering 5s. yearly for him for the guard of the castle of Dover. 

Heir as above, aged 12 and more. 

Combes. His manor in the hamlet of Watesford (extent given), held of 
Sir Roger son of Albert [alias *Osbert], from which 63s. 8|d. ought 
to be paid yearly. 

Memorandum. That it is found in a certain book of the exchequer 
that Richard Vabadun held of the king 3 knights' fees : and he was 
ancestor of Adam de Bavent on his mother's side, and his lands &c. 
descended to the said Adam through his mother's death. 

E. Inq. p.m.. File 2. (1.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dbc. No. 4. m. 1. 

76. Adam de Bavent. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Alesia, late the wife of the 
said Adam, that lands &c. had been taken into the king's hand, 
of which she was enfeoffed jointly with her said husband, 13 May, 
21 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. made at Lewes on Monday after St. Dunstan, 21 Edw. I. 

The said Adam and Alesia were enfeoffed jointly by William Berneval 
of 2|a. land in Wystenestone, and by Martin rector of the church of 
Thacham and PhUip le Wylde of a messuage and 1 la. land in Bungeton ; 
and the said Alesia continued her seisin thereof for eight years and more 
until the death of the said Adam. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (4.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dsc. No. 4:. m. 6. 

* Supplied from the enrolment. 



58 INQUISITIONS. 



77. Margery, late the wife of Richard de Plbssetis alias db 

Plesettis. 

Writ, 1 July, 21 Edw. I. 
Middlesex. Inq. made at Edelmeton on Tuesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 
21 Edw. I. 
Enefeud. A third part of a messuage, which was of the said Richard, 
and lands, rents &c. to the extent of HI. yearly, held in dower of the 
earl of Hereford in chief, and they ought to revert to Avelyne late 
the wife of John Durant, and Emma the wife of John Heyron, sisters 
and heirs of the said Sir Richard, who are of full age ; for which lands 
&c. the said John and John did homage to the chief lords of the fee. 

Somerset. Inq. taken at Bridgewater on Friday before St. Margaret the 
Virgin, 21 Edw. I. 
Nywton Forester. A certain part of the manor held of the king in chief 
in dower after the death of the said Richard, who held of the king 
in chief, service unspecified. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (5.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. <&c. No. 4. m. 9. 

78. Margery, late the wife of Richard de Plessetis. 

Writ to the escheator. Whereas after the assignment of dower to the 
said Margery, partition was made in the Chancery, 17 [Edw. I] of 
the lands &c. which remained in the king's hand, beyond the said 
dower, of the inheritance of the said Richard, between Nicholas 
Pecche and Sabine his wife, John Duraunt and Aveline his wife, 
and John Heyrun and Emma his wife, heirs and parceners of the said 
inheritance, with their consent (as follows in detail), and now the 
said Margery has died, the king on the petition of the said heirs 
that the said partition may be observed in all its articles, commands 
that fuU hvery be made accordingly, 1 Sept. 21 Edw. I. And on 
2 May, 22 [Edw. I] the said Nicholas Pecche and John Heyrun in 
the presence of the escheator agreed and granted that the said 
Nicholas and Sabine should have certain particulars in Newton 
Forester to them and their heirs for ever to supply what was 
deficient to them according to the petition in the Chancery named 
in the king's writ (details given). 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. die. No. 4. m. 9. 

79. Thomas de Evercy aiias Devercy, knight. 

Writ, 27 May, 21 Edw. I. 
[Glottcestbr.] Inq. Sunday after St. Kenelm the Martyr, 21 Edw. I. 

Ruwardyn. A messuage, 60a. land, a third part of a mUl, 1055. 6d. 
rents of free tenants, 10s. rents of customers, pleas &c. held of the 
king in chief by service of serjeanty and by rendering 20s, yearly 
at the castle of St. Briavels. 

Thomas, son of Thomas son of Thomas Devercy, knight, aged 23, 
is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 64:. (6.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dsc. No. 4. m. 9d. 



EDWARD I. 59 



80. Thomas de la Toub. 

Writ, 27 April, 21 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Extent, 21 May, 21 Edw. I. 

Menestok. 85. free rent, I2d. from cottars, 24s. Qd. from villeins, works, 
&c. held of the king in chief of the lands of the Normans, service 
unknown ; which tenements King Henry gave to Henry de Turri, 
uncle of the said Thomas, to hold of the king. 

Next heir unknown. 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dkc. No. 4. m. 7. 



81. Thomas de la Touk. 

Writ, 27 April, 21 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. made at Winchester, 1 July, 21 Edw. I. 

Munestok. 8s. free rents, 12d. rent of cotters, 24s. Qd. rent of villeius, 
works worth 6d., chircheschot at Christmas 8d., eggs at Easter 2^d., 
and ploughing on fallow land {in waretto) 12d. ; which were given 
by King Henry III to Henry de Turri, uncle of the said Thomas, 
of the lands of the Normans, he being at that time the king's serjeant 
at mace (serviens ad clavam), for his service, to hold of the king in 
chief. 

Thomas his son, aged 5 on the feast of St. Dunstan last, is his next 
heir. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Taunton on Monday after St. PetroniEa the Virgin, 
21 Edw. I. {defective.) 
Iveton. A messuage, 2s. l\d. rent, 4 virgates of land, 5a. meadow, 
pasture and a miU, held of Sir Walter de la Ljmde, by service 
I knight's fee, and rendering yearly \\lh. pepper and two pairs of 
gloves. He held nothing more in the county. 
. . . . , aged as above, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (7.) 

82. Denise Beaupbl alias Byaupbl. 



t, 21 Sept. 21 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. 17 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 

Menestoke. A messuage, 12a. land worth 2d. and 9a. land worth 4d. 
an acre, held of the heir of Robert Walerand [a minor and in the 
king's wardship] rendering Id. yearly. 
Ralph Byaupeyl her son, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (8.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. die. No. 4. to. lOd. 



83. Alexander, late king of Scotland. 

Writ, 1 Jan. 21 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Werk in T3aid[aU] on Monday after the 
octave of Easter, 21 Edw. I. 



60 INQUISITIONS. 



Tyndall. Lands worth 108?. yearly, held of the king of England in chief 
by doing homage only for the same to the king of England. 
John de BaUiolo, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Tuesday in Easter week, 21 Edw. I. 
Penreth, Soureby, Languetheby, Salkyld, Karlaton and Scotteby. The 
manors held of the king of England in chief by service of rendering 
a sore sparrow-hawk at the feast of the Assumption at the castle of 
Carhsle, and doing homage to the king of England and his heirs, and 
fealty, for the same. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (9.) 

84. William le Breton alias Brbtun, le Bretun. 

Writ, 7 May, 21 Edw. I. 
SoTTTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Winchester, 1 July, 21 Edw. I. 

Chark. 9 virgates of land (extent given), held of the king in chief in 
socage, rendering to Richard de Bello Campo by the assignment of 
King John lOs. yearly, and to the prior of Hamele by the assignment 
of John de Gysors 40s. yearly, and he owes suit at the king's hundred 
of Tychesfeld every three weeks. 

Lee. 8 virgates of land held of Sir John de Britannia, of the honour 
of Richemund, for \ knight's fee. 

Richard his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 64. (10.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dkc. No. 4. m. 7. 

85. William David alias Davy, Davyd. 

Writ, 3 June, 21 Edw. I. 
Middlesex. Inq. Tuesday before St. Barnabas, 21 Edw. I. 

Exeford. 24a. land, 4a. meadow and 24s. 3^d. rent of free tenants, held 
by service of | knight's fee, doing suit of court every three weeks 
at the king's manor of Keneton, and rendering 12d. yearly to the 
king. 

Robert his son, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

Sussex. Inq. Monday before St. Botolph, 21 Edw. I. 

Horstede and Birchindenne. The manor (extent given), held of the 
king of the barony of the honour of Pevenese, service unknown. 
Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 64. (11.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dkc. No. 4. m. 19d. 

86. Henry de Welles. 

Writ, 10 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 23 Nov. 22 Edw. I. 

Little Reyiies. A messuage, 235a. land, 19s. 8d. rent of assize, works, 
6a. meadow, 8a. wood, a water-mill, profits of court &c. held of the 



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king in chief of the honour of Hawle by service of a knight's fee. 
The said lands &c. also render 10s. yearly at the castle of Dover. 
Thomas his son, aged 10, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (12.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. <Sec. No. 4. m. 12d. 



87. Peter le CHAUMBRSLEYiir alias le Chatjmbeeleng. 

Writ, 12 Jan, 21 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Wenloke on Sunday after St. Gregory, 21 Edw. I. 

Fayntre. An eighth part of 2 carucates of land, held by the courtesy of 
England of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, of the king in chief 
by serjeanty, the parceners of the said 2 carucates finding a man 
with a bow and 3 arrows with a bolt (?) (cum troculo) with the king 
in Wales in time of war, who shall follow the king until he have 
shot his arrows in the king's defence, and if he has to remain longer, 
it shall be at the king's cost. 

(UnspecifieS.) 3a. land held of Geoffrey de Overton by service of 
\d. yearly. 

Richard son of the said Peter and Isabel, aged 26, is their next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 64. (13.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dsc. No. 4. m. 4d. 



88. Thomas de Morton. 

Writ to the guardians of the archbishopric of Canterbury, now vacant 
and in the king's hand, 30 May, 21 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. and extent made at Canterbury on Thursday the feast of St. 
Barnabas, 21 Edw. I. 

(Unspecified.) A messuage, 39a. arable, pasture for 100 sheep and 
9 cows, a house called Salkot, and 55. 8d. rent of assize, held of the 
archbishopric by service of J knight's fee, homage and suit every 
three weeks at the court of Canterbury, 7s. rent yearly, and 
|d. Romscot. 

He had a son Alan by name, who married a wife, but whether or not 
she is pregnant the jury know not ; if not, John, brother of the said 
Alan, is the next heir and of full age. 

Endorsed. Let him wait until it is known whether the wife {mulier) 
be pregnant or not. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (14.) 

89. NidHOLAS Dtjedent alias Dttredant. 

Writ, 17 August, 21 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; hundred of Andover. Inq. 6 Sept. 21 Edw. I. 

Hetherdene. Two parts of a virgate of land, two parts of a ' cotsetle,' 
and 3a. land, held of the king in socage, pertaining to the fee farm 
of Andevere, by rendering to the said fee farm 8s. 8d. yearly ; and 
the fee farmers of Andevere shall have heriot and relief thence. One 



62 INQUISITIONS. 



Agnes Durdent holds a third part of the said virgate in dower, 
rendering to the said farmers as much as belongs to such part. 

Clanefeld. 4a. land of the fee of the abbot of Gresteyne. 

Penyton. 10|a. land of the fee of Robert de Meysy. 

John his son, aged 19 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the 
Baptist last, is his next heir. 

SoTTTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Wychurch, 12 Sept. 21 Edw. I. 

Wytchirch. A messuage &c., 52a. land, |a. meadow, pasture, 10a. 
wood, and a free rent of 25s. Id. held of the prior of Winchester, to 
whom he rendered yearly for the messuage &c. 16s., for carriage of 
com in the autumn 4s. 6d., for ploughing 3s. 5d. and a bushel of 
com, price 6d., for chircheschet 4d. and for enclosing the bishop's 
park 2d. 

Heir as above. 

SoMEESET. Inq. made at Cerde on Sunday before the Nativity of the Blessed 
Mary, 21 Edw. I. 

Wynacressytte. 24a. arable, 3a. meadow, and moor and pasture, held of 
Sir Philip lord of Cumbe by rendering Id. on the feast of the 
Nativity of St. John the Baptist and Id. at Christmas, and doing 
suit at the court of Cumbe twice a year. 

Watelestone. A messuage and 32a. arable, held of Roger de Stantone, 
rendering I6d. yearly. 

Watelestone and Wadeforde. A messuage &c. and 64a. arable in 
Watelestone, and a messuage &c. in Wadeford, held of WiUiam 
the clerk of Cerde, and GeoflErey the clerk of Wadelestone, render- 
ing to them Id. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 19 on the feast of the Purification next. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (15.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. <Scc. No. 4. m. 5d. 

90. Owen (Avdoenus) de la Pole. 

Writ, 15 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 
Wales. Inq. made at La Pole on Wednesday before St. Nicholas, 22 Edw. I. 
Mathrawel in Kaerejmon. The manor (extent given), including rents of 
242 hoops {hoppas) of oatmeal, held of the king in chief by the 
service of the barony of la Pole. 

Griffin his son, aged 2 years on Pahn Sunday last, is his next heir. 
Wales. Inq. made at La Pole on the day of St. Nicholas, 22 Edw. I. 

Soetlannerwodel with the hamlets adjacent (extent given), including 
pasture round the castle, 204 hoops of oatmeal, 22 hens churchscot (?) 
(provenien' de Cherc') and a fishery, held of the king in chief by service 
as above. 

Heir as above. 

Wales. Inq. made at La Pole on Thursday before St. Nicholas, 22 Edw. I. 
Walwem m Keveilloc. The manor with certam tenants adjacent 
(extent given), includmg 704 hoops of oatmeal, and 104 hens 
churchscot (?) held as above. 

Heir as above. 



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Wales. Inq. made at La Pole on the day of St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

La Pole. The town (extent given), including a fair at the feast of the 
Decollation of St. John, toll of the market, and a custom of ale from 
brewers, held as above ; whereof Lady Hawis de la Pole receives a 
third part in dower. 

Heir as above. 

Wales. Inq. made at La Pole on Thursday before St. Nicholas, 22 Edw. I. 
Lanhdelas. The town (extent given), including fairs at the feasts of the 
Translation of St. Thomas and of St. Luke, and toll of the market, 
held as above. 

Heir as above. 

Wales. Inq. made at the castle of La Pole on Tuesday before St. Nicholas, 
22 Edw. I. 
Machenli. The town (extent given), including a fishery, and fairs at the 
feasts of St. Edmund the King and St. Peter, held of the king in 
chief as pertaining to the honour of the castle of La Pole. 

Heir as above. 

Wales. Inq. Saturday before St. Nicholas, 22 Edw. I. 

Penpres in Iscoet. The manor with adjacent hamlets (extent given), 
including hoops of oatmeal, and 168 hens churchscot (?) at Christmas, 
held of the king in chief by the service of the barony of La Pole. 

Heir as above. 

Wales. Inq. made at the castle of La Pole on Saturday before St. Nicholas, 

22 Edw. I. 
Talgar in Arwistli. The manor with adjacent hamlets (extent given), 

including hoops of oatmeal, and 153 hens churchscot (?) 

at Christmas, held as above. 
Langerik (extent given), held by the service aforesaid. 

Heir as above. 

G. Edw. I. File 64. (16.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. 'p.m. dsc. No. 4. m. 13. 



91. John de Eslington alias de Esselinton. 

Writ, 27 March, 21 Edw. L 
Noethtjmberland. Inq. taken at Roubyr[y] on Sunday, three weeks from 

Easter, 21 Edw. I. 
Esselinton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

service of rendering 41. at the king's exchequer of Newcastle, and 

16s. at the castle of Baumburf for truncage, and 15d. for comage ; 

and it does suit at the county (court) of Newcastle. 
Framlinton. A messuage and 60a. land, held of Robert de StoteuuiU 

and Eleanor his wife, doing homage only and suit at the court of 

Mitford. 

Robert his son^ aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (17.) 



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92. Robert de Draycote. 

Writ, 8 May, 21 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Ivelcestre on Thursday after SS. Peter and Paul, 
21 Edw. I. 
Radlych. The manor held of Simon de Monte Acuto by service of Id. 

yearly. 
Draycote. The manor held of Lady Cecily de BeUo Campo by service 
of a knight's fee. 

He held nothing of the heir of Hugh Lovel, a minor and in the 
king's wardship. 
John his son, aged 11 at the feast of St. Laurence, 20 Edw. I., is his 
next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 64. (18.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dbc. No. 4. m. 8. 



93. Alan de Pbnington alias de Penygton. 

Writ, 4 May, 21 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. Saturday the fea^t of St. Peter ad Vincula, 21 Edw. I. 

Bochardeby. 16a. land and la. meadow, held of the king of the 
inheritance of Joan his wife, rendering yearly to the king 5^d. for 
cornage at the castle of CarUsle ; and 3d. yearly rent from a tenement 
which Robert son of Wilham holds of the same inheritance. 

CumbresdaU. 4 marks of land which he had of the gift of Robert de 
Molecastre, rendering yearly to Sir William de KarHolo Id. only. 

Carlisle. A burgage, held of the same inheritance, rendering the king 
2d. yearly. 

John his son, aged 15, is his next heir. 

0. Edw. I. File 64. (19.) 

94. Mattd de Mtjlton alias de Muleton, de Molton. 

Writ, 28 May, 21 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Supperderton on Wednesday the eve of St. Petroc 
the Confessor, 21 Edw. I. 
Sevenhampton and Ayshulle. The manors held of James de Muleton, 
her son, for life for a rose at the feast of St. John the Baptist. , 
Heir imknown. 

Norfolk. Inq. Friday after St. Barnabas, 21 Edw. I. 

Surligham. The manor held for life of Sir Hubert her son, rendering 
201. yearly, by a fine levied in the king's court in 4 Edw. I, and after 
her death the manor reverts to the said Hubert and his heirs. 

Suffolk. Ivq. 19 June, 21 Edw. I. 

Denham. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Roger Bygod,, earl of 
Norfolk and Marshal of England, by service of a knight's fee. 
Thomas son of Thomas de Moleton, aged 30 and morCj is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (20.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dec. No. 4. m. 7, 



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95. PfiTEE DE LA HaYE. 



t, 16 Jan. 21 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. Monday after the Purification, 21 Edw. I. ' 

Wyrlingtone. The manor (extent given), held of the king, service 
'"nknc"™ 



unknown. 

Eustaehia de Cauntilo, the wife of William de Ros, aged 30, is his next 
heir. 

C. Mw. I. File 64. (21.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. <&c. No. 4. m. 2d, 

96. Robert de Eleeoed. 

Writ, 24 Jan. 21 Edw. I. 
OxEOED. Inq. 24 Feb. 21 Edw. I. 

Eston. 3 virgates of land held of the king in chief by service of finding 

a man for forty days with bow and arrows at his own cost with the 

king in his army in England and Wales. 
Lewe. 4 virgates of land held of the king in chief by service of mewing 

(per servicium ad muer) a lanner falcon. 
Eleford. A capital messuage and a virgate of land, held of lady Isabel 

de Grey by service of 3^. yearly ; J virgate of land held of Sir 

Robert de Grey by service of 2s. yearly ; and two parts of a 

virgate of land held of Sii? Miles de Hastinges by service of 5s. yearly. 
Herddewyk. A cottage held of Richard Partriche by service of ^d. 

yearly, which cottage rendered to the said Robert 17 d. yearly. 
Cokthrope. A cottage held of Sir Richard de Carbrok by service of lOd. 

yearly, which cottage rendered to the same (Robert) 16d. yearly. 

Robert his eldest son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 64. (22.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. No. 4. m. 3. 

97. SiLVBSTEE DOYGNEL cdiaS DtrYJiTEL, DOYNEL. ' 

Writ, 24 May, 21 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Tokham on Thursday before St. Barnabas, 21 Edw. I. 
Hywysch. 80a. land, 40a. poor land, 6a. meadow, pasture, 755. 8d. 
rents, &c., and the advowson of the church, held of the king iii chief 
by service of 13s. 4c?. yearly at the king's exchequer by the hands 
of the sheriff, by reason of which service the said Silvester and his 
ancestors have always been in the wardship of the king and his 
ancestors. 
Peter his son, aged 14 at the feast of St. Leonard last, is his next heir. 
Hywysch and West Tokham. The said Silvester and Margaret his wife 
were jointly enfeoffed by John Doignel and Simon de Ordeston of 
a virgate and la. land in Hywysch, rendering a rose yearly, and by 
Cristiana Spileman of 3 virgates of land in West Tokham, rendering 
24s. yearly. 

BxjCKmGHAM. Extent, Friday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 
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66 INQUISITIONS. 

Drayton Passelewe. A messuage, 93a. arable, 6a. meadow, and 5$. 
rents of free tenants, held of the abbot of Wouboum. And there 
are due to the said abbot 12d. yearly, and to the king for liidage, 
suits and other services 22d. yearly ; and the said tenement shall 
find Alexander son of Robert Myle of Drayton Passelewe, all 
necessaries in food, clothing &c. so long as he shall hve, which sus- 
tenance is worth 60s. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 14 at the feast of St. Martin last. 

■ Writ of certiorari on the complaint of Margaret late the wife of the said 
Silvester that a messuage, 774a. land, 6a. meadow and 55. rent in 
Drayton Passelewe, co. Buckingham, and a virgate and la. land in 
Hywish, and 3 virgates of land in West Tocham, co. Wilts, of which 
she was enfeoffed jointly with her said husband, had been unjustly 
taken into the king's hand on his death, 3 July, 21 Edw. I. 

Buckingham. Inq. Tuesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 21 Edw. I. 

Dreyton Passelewe. The said Margaret was enfeoffed jointly with the 
said Silvester of a messuage, 774a. land, 6a. meadow and 5s. rent, 
by the enfeoffment of Alexander son of Robert Myle, to hold of the 
chief lords of the fee, viz. of the abbot of Woburn, by service of 12d. 
yearly, and continued her seisia for seven years until the said 
Silvester's death. 

Wilts. Inq. Sunday, the eve of St. Margaret, 21 Edw. I. 

Hywys. The said Silvester and Margaret were jointly enfeoffed of a 
virgate and la. land, which they held, continuously for 15 years before 
the said Silvester's death, of John Doynel and Simon de Ordeston 
by service of a rose yearly. 
Westokham. The said Silvester and Margaret were jointly enfeoffed 
of 3 virgates of land, which they held, continuously for 24 years 
before the said Silvester's death, of Cristina Spileman in chief by 
service of 24s. yearly. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (23.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dbc. No. 4. m. Id. 

98. Richard de Ctjmbb. 

Writ, 23 August, 21 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Netherhaven on Thursday after the Nativity of the 

Blessed Mary, 21 Edw. I. (defaced.) 
[Fitelton.] A messuage and a carucate of land, held of the king in chief 

at fee farm, rendering 121. yearly at the king's exchequer ; and a 

messuage [and 2 carucates of land], held [at fee farm] of the prior of 

Neufmarche [rendering 81. yearly]. 
Cumb. A messuage and a carucate of land, held of Sir John, bishop of 

Winchester, by service of [4] knight's fee. 
Cumpton. A messuage and 6 bovates of land, held of the heirs of John 

de Bremmor by service of ^ [knight's fee] ; and a messuage and a 

carucate of land, held by the said Richard and Richard his son 

of Sir John Lovel of Snotescumb by service of Id. yearly. 
Todeworth. A messuage [and a carucate of land], held by the same 

Richard and Richard of Sir Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, by 

service of ^ knight's fee. 



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The said Richard and Richard his son held the tenements 
aforesaid jointly enfeoffed to them and the heirs of Richard the 
son. 

Simon his son, aged 18, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (24.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. <fec. No. 4. m. 9d. 



99. Heney de Harecxjbt alias db Haeecort, de Haeecoeth. 

Writ, 23 Sept. 21 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 1 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 

Stauntton Harecourth. A messuage, 115a. arable, 10a. meadow, pasture, 
wood, 16s. lOd. rents of free tenants, a bondman who holds a virgate 
of land rendering 4s. 4:d. yearly and hoeing for eight days, mowing 
for two days, reaping for seven days without food and for one day 
with food, and ploughing l^a., another bondman .who holds 
a I virgate of land rendering 3s. yearly and hoeing for four days, 
mowing for two days, reaping for three days without food with one 
man, and for one day with food, and ploughing |a. land, and a third 
bondman who holds | virgate of land rendering 2s. 8d. yearly and 
doing works as the last, also rents and works of cottars and 
profits of court, aU held of John de Byschopesdon by service of Id. 
or a pair of gloves at Easter. 
Margaret his daughter, aged 6 at Easter last, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 64. (25.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. die. No. 4. m. 10. 



100. Mastee John de Beideport. 

Writ, 7 June, 21 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. Saturday after St. John the Baptist, 21 Edw. I. 

Brideport. A burgage with a garden which were sometime of John 
JLangtre, held of the king in chief by service of 6d. yearly at the 
king's exchequer ; another burgage and a half opposite the church 
of St. Mary, similarly held by service of 4jcZ. yearly by the hands of 
the reeve of Brideport ; a moiety of a mill called KyUjnigesmulle, 
held of the king in chief, of which the other moiety is let to farm 
to John le Webbe for 12 years, whereof 10 stiU remain, from which 
mill id. ought to be rendered yearly to the king by the hands of 
the said reeve ; and the advowson of the church of St. Mary with 
2 burgages thereto belonging, which ought to render to the king 
6d. yearly by the hands of the reeve aforesaid. 

All the above were granted by the said John four weeks before 
his death to the priory of St. John of Brideport for a term of 
50 years. 
John son of Geoffrey Marshal (Marescaili), aged 40, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 65. (1.) 
E, Enrolments of Inq. p.m. d;c. No. 4. m. Sd, 



68 INQUISITIONS. 



101. John DE LA Hayb. 

Writ, 27 Dec. 21 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. Saturday after the Purification, 21 Edw. I. 

Borewell. The manor sometime held of the king in chief, whereof on 
Wednesday before the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 20 Edw. I 
he enfeoffed with the king's licence Phihp de Kjrme, who after- 
wards enfeoffed the said John and Joan his wife for their lives, to 
hold of him by service of a rose, as appears by a fine levied in the 
king's court. 

Sttssex. Inq. made at Wirlingtone on Monday before the Purification, 
21 Edw. I. 
Middeltone. The manor (extent given) held by the said John and 
Joan his wife for their fives by the demise of Roger la Ware, who 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. 

C.Edw.I. File 65. (2.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dkc. No. 4. m. 3. 



102. W ttttam le Geattnt alias le Graund. 

Writ, 10 Feb. 21 Edw. I. 
Nottingham, Inq. Friday after St. Matthias, 21 Edw. I. 

Est Brigeford. The manor held by the courtesy of England of the 
inheritance of Beatrice the wife of Roger le Brabazon, Isabel the wife 
of John de Multon, and Agnes the wife of John de Caltoft, heirs of 
Aubrey (Albrede) sometime the wife of the said WiUiam le Graund, 
who are of full age. Duke Henry, sometime king of England, gave 
the manor to one Mancel Byset and his heirs to hold of the said 
king by homage, who afterwards enfeoffed his brother William to 
hold to him and his heirs of the said Mancel and his heirs by 
homage : the abovesaid Beatrice and the others are heirs of the said 
William, brother of Mancel, and the manor is held of the heirs 
of the same Mancel in chief and not of the king. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Graham on Monday after St. Gregory, 21 Edw. I. 
Athelington. A manor (extent given) held for life of Sir Roger 
Brabazun and Beatrice his wife, daughter of Aubrey sometime the 
wife of the said Wfifiam, by a fine levied in the king's court between 
one John de Bassingburn and the same William on the one part 
_and William de Keleby and the said Beatrice sometime his wife on 
the other part : the manor is held of the king as of the honour of 
Albemarle by service of | knight's fee. The reversion falls to the 
said Roger and Beatrice, as the right of the said Beatrice. 

C. Edw. I. File 65. (3.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dhc. No. 4. m. 3d. 



103. John de Peccham alias de Pecham, de Pekham. 

Writ, 30 March, 21 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Wednesday after St. Ambrose, 21 Edw. I. 



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West Pecham. The manor (extent given), including the pasture of 
Haselwode, a wood called ' le Hirst,' services of tenants in making 
' rostwod ' for Christmas, carrying hay from Crongebyri to Pecham, 
' bedrep,' ' gavelrep,' and making 13 ' wateles ' at hokeday, Id. rent 
from the earl of Gloucester, and a fishery worth 20 sticks of eels, 
held of the king in chief by service of mewing a goshawk {hostorium) ; 
and 10a. pasture held of the prior of Canterbury by service of 
42|d. yearly. 

Joan his daughter, aged a year and a half, is his next heir. 

Writ, 13 June, 21 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Thursday after St. Mary Magdalene, 21 Edw. I. 

West Pecham. The manor (extent given as above) with the addition 
that if anyone shall hold the fishery with the weir the lord shall find 
timber for the weir. 

, The said John had two wives ; of the first wife he begat Joan and 
Mary ; Joan had with Sir Nicholas Pessun, her husband, a son Henry, 
who is one of the heirs, aged 19, and Mary had a husband and a son Adam, 
who is another heir, aged 15 ; of the second wife the said John begat 
a daughter named Joan who is 2 years old ; and these three are the 
next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 65. (4). 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. Sc. No. 4. mm. Id. and 9d. 

104. John db Pbcoham. 

Writ [to the escheator] to assign her dower to Maud late the wife of the 
said John, 20 April, 21 Edw. I. 
[Kent.] Assignment of dower (undated). 

West Peccham. A third part of lands &c. {see above), including pasture, 
held of the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury. 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. &c. No. 4. m. Id. 

105. Thomas db Molton alias de Molbton, of GiUesland. 



1 March, 21 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Extent, Holy Thursday (die Jovis in Cenadium), 21 Edw. I. 

Holbeche. The manor (extent given), including 240a. pasture which 
were overflowed by the sea storm which happened in 15 Edw. I, 
and are still inundated with every high sea, held of Sir Thomas de 
Moleton son of Lambert by service of a knight's fee, and a sore 
sparrow-hawk, and rendering 2s. Id. for sheriff's aid and 25. for the 
guard of Richemimd. 

Thomas his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 65. (5.) 
E. Enrolments ds. of Inq. No. 4. m. Id. 

106. Robert de Walbton. 

Writ, 17 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 
StJREBY. Inq. Thursday after All Saints, 21 Edw. I. 



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Bansted. 15a. land held of the manor in socage by service of 35. 3d. 
yearly and suit at the court of Bansted every three weeks. The 
manor is the king's acquisition and is not ancient demesne. 

Suthemeresfeld. A messuage, 100a. land and 10a. wood, held of Sir 
Roger de Couert by service of 3s. yearly and J knight's fee when 
scutage runs. 

Holegh. A messuage, 100a. land and 10a. wood, held of the abbot of 
Certese by service of 10s. yearly and suit every three weeks at the 
abbot's court of Culesdon ; 20a. land held of Gilbert de Clare, earl 
of Gloucester and Hertford, by service of I2d. yearly and suit every 
three weeks at the earl's court of Chepsted ; and 40a. land held 
of Fulk de Archek by service of 2s. yearly at the court of 
Wodemeresthorn. 

Robert his son, aged 40, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 65. (6.) 
E. Enrolments of Inq. 'p.m. dbe. No. 4. to. 9. 

107. Gilbert de Mikkelham, alias de Mikleham, de Myckblham. 

Writ, 9 Oct. 21 Edw.* I. 
Sfekey. Inq. taken at Leddred by jurors of the hundreds of Copp{thome) 
and Eff(ingham) on Sunday before St. Martin, 21 Edw. I. 

Mikleham. A messuage, 90a. land, 10a. pasture, 2a. wood. Id. rent of 
assize, and works &c. of customers, held of the king in chief by 
service of 12s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Rochester, and 
rendering 2s. yearly for the sheriff's turn, 12d. yearly at the king's 
hundred of T!opp(thorne) and suit of court there every three weeks, 
and rendering to Sir John de Berewyk 4s. yearly and suit at his court 
of Bechesworth every three weeks, and to William Agulon 3s. 5d. 
yearly ; 30a. land, 10s. rent of assize yearly, and works &c. of 
customers, which are the free marriage of AHce his wife stUl surviving, 
held of the king in chief by the services abovesaid ; 3a. meadow 
held of John de Leddred by service of 6d. yearly ; and 4s. rent of 
assize held of WiUiam de Bures by service of Id. yearly, whereof 
the said Alice was enfeoffed jointly with him. 

Thirty years ago died Robert de Mikleham, father of the said 
Gilbert, who was then a minor, and Geoffrey de la Croyz had his 
wardship and marriage, whether justly or unjustly is not known, 
for the §aid Geoffrey or his heirs never had scutage from the said 
Gilbert, though since then many scutages have been levied in 
Surrey, nor did the said Gilbert do any other service to the said 
Geoflfrey or his heirs. 

John his son, aged 22, is his next heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Alice late the wife of Gilbert 
de Myckelham that land &c. in Wolweleye and Mickelham whereof 
she was enfeoffed jointly with him, had been taken into the king's 
hand, 28 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 

Surrey. Inq. taken at Leddred on Sunday before St. Martin, 21 Edw. I, 
Wolvelegh and Mikleham. Peter de RyvaU gave to GUbert de Mikleham, 
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30a. land and the rents and services of John Adrian and Roger de 
Tune in Mikleham, and the rents and customs and bodies &c. of 
Walter le Kempe and Gilbert atte Hok in Wolvelegh and Mikleham, 
to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies of the said Peter and 
his heirs by service of lib. cummin yearly. This gift was made 
thirty six years before the death of the said Gilbert. 
Mikleham and Leddred. The said Gilbert and AHce were jointly enfeoffed 
by WiUiam de Bures of 4s. yearly rent • in Mikleham ten years 
before the death of the said GUbert, by service of Id. yearly ; and of 
3a. meadow in Leddred by Richard de Weston by service of Id. 
yearly, and rendering 6d. yearly to John de Leddred. 

Of aU which the said Ahce was in peaceful seisin with her husband 
until his death, when the escheator seized them into the king's hand 
with the said Gilbert's other lands &c. 

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108. Gilbert de Miceelham. 

[Surrey.] Inq. Thursday after SS. Simon and Jude, 21 Edw. I. 

Mickelham. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, 
tenure unknown, but the said Gilbert rendered by his own hand 12s. 
yearly for the guard of the castle of Rochester, and for 2 virgates 
of land in the manor did suit at the king's hundred (court) of 
Copp(thorne) and rendered there I2d. yearly ; the manor also 
renders yearly for the sheriff's turn 2s., and to Sir John de Berewyk 
4s. yearly, and suit at his court of Becheswrth for all service for a 
tenement which the prior of Reygate holds, and the same tenement 
renders to WUliam Agelon 3s. 5d. yearly for aU service for a tenement 
which the said prior holds. Alice late the wife of the said Gilbert 
was enfeoffed jointly with him of 30a. land 'and of the rent and 
services of some tenants of the manor. 

John his son, aged 22, is his next heir. 

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109. Walter son of William of Pelham Fumeus. 

Writ, 1 August, 21 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. the day of St. Luke, 21 Edw. I. 

Cotenham. 2a. arable, la. meadow, 12s. rent of freemen, 12 customers, 
and a fishery, held of Walter le Chamberlein by homage for two parts 
of I knight's fee, because a third part is held in dower. 

WiUiam his son, aged 9, is his next heir. 

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110. Walter son of William of Pelham Eurneus. 

Writ, 1 August, 21 Edw. I. 
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Cotenham. 2a. land, la. meadow, 8s. 6d. and 12 capons rent, and a 
fishery, held of Henry son and heir of Walter le Chaumberleyn by 
service of | knight's fee. Alice, mother of the said Walter, holds 
a third part of the whole tenement in dower, and the said tenements 
give 2s. for sheriff's aid. 
William his son, aged 9, is his next heir. • 

Essex. Inq. 14 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 

Twinsted. A messuage and 40a. land, held of Hugh Dispensar' by service 

of I knight's fee. 
(Unspecified.) 4^a. land held of John de Wascoyl, rendering 25d. yearly; 

4ja. land held of Thomas the smith (fahro), rendering I2d. yearly; 

6a. land held of Thomas de Twynsted, rendering I2d. yearly ; l\a. 

meadow held of Drew de Barantyn, rendering Sd. yearly ; 3a. land 

held of WUliam de Peyfrer, rendering 9,d. yearly to the master of the 

hospital of Mapeltersted ; and 2\a. land held of Richard Attewode, 

rendering \d. yearly. 
Heir as above. 

Hertford. Inq. Thursday after St. Marcius the Pope {sic), 21 Edw. I. 

Pelham Furneus. The manor held of divers lords, viz. a third part of 
the messuage, a dovecot, 66|a. arable, and 3a. wood, held of the 
bishop of London by knight's service paying 40c?. yearly and \2d. 
for the guard of the castle of Storteford, and doing suit of court 
every three weeks, homage, scutage and relief ; the remainder of 
the messuage, 87a. arable, 4|a. wood, 4a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 
255. 5d. rents of assize, and customary works, held of Sir Simon de 
Furneus by knight's service, pajdng 41|d. yearly rent, and 9d. for 
the guard of the castle of Storteford, and doing suit of court every 
three weeks, homage, scutage and relief ; 4ja. arable held of Richard 
de Bydeford, paying Qd. yearly ; and 4a. arable held of Greoffrey 
de la Grene, pajdng 5d. yearly. 

He died on Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Mart}^:, 
21 Edw. I. Heir as above. 

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111. John Aleyn alias Alayn. 

Writ, 11 May, 21 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. Tuesday the feast of St. Augustine, 21 Edw. I. 

Purscaundel. Two parts of 2 virgates of land, held of the kir^ g in 
chief by service of the serjeanty of taking care of {perhendinandi) 
the king's sick dogs at the kmg's cost, when the Imig hunts the 
deer on Blakemor, and rendering Id. yearly for the enclosing of the 
park of Gillingeham ; | virgate of land held of the abbess of Shaftes- 
bury (Sefton) by service of rendering 8s. yearly ; and 1^ virgate of 
land held of the abbot of Atheleneye by service of rendering 10s. 4d. 
yearly. 

. Roger his eldest son, aged 23, is his next heir, and was bom on 
Saturday before St. Lucy, 54 Henry III. 

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112. John Dyve aKas Dive. 

Writ, 14 July, 21 Edw. I. 
[ypEK.] Inq. Monday after the Assumption, 21 Edw. I. 

Middelton on Leven. A capital messuage, a waste toft, 15 bovates of 
land, and a place called ' Litlekot gartrwe ' (?) held of Sir Nicholas 
de MeyniU in chief by homage and service ; a toft and two bovates 
of land, held of John. Dyve by WilUam son of Robert Wale of 
Midelton, rendering 13s. yearly ; a toft and two bovates of land held 
by John de Middelton, rendering 2s. yearly ; a toft and an acre of 
land held by John de Ufton, rendering 2s. yearly ; a toft and 3a. land, 
held at the will of Sir John Dyve by Henry le Was, rendering 5s. 
yearly ; and a moiety of a water-mill, 

Joan the wife of Sir Ralph de Trehamton, and Elizabeth the wife of 
Sir John Daubeny, both aged 30 or more, are his next heirs. 

Writ, 14 July, 21 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. (undated.) 

Evyton. 4 virgates of land. 
Outheby. 5 virgates of land. 
Wygengeston. 2 virgates of land. 

AU held of Master William de Bosco, doing homage, and scutage 
when it runs, and rendering yearly 6d. or a pair of gilt spurs. 

Ralph de Trihanton and Joan his wife, and John de Aubeneye and 
Ehzabeth his wife, both aged 40 and more, are his next heirs. 

Nottingham. Extent, Friday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 21 Edw. I. 

Baldirton alias Bardirton. A manor (extent given) held of the bishop 
of Lincoln by homage and scutage. 

Joan the wife of Ralph de Trehampton and Ehzabeth her sister the 
wife of John Daubeney, are his next heirs and of full age. 

Hertfoed. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 21 Edw. I. 

Thunrugge. A messuage &c., a carucate of land, 10a. meadow, 30a. (?) 
wood, 40a. pasture, 31. 13s. rent of assize, customary tenants and 
pleas &o. of court, held of John Wake in chief by service of | knight's 
fee. 

Joan his sister, whom Ralph de Trehamtone married, and Ehzabeth 
another sister, whom John de Aubyni married, both aged 40 and more, 
are his next heirs. 

Lincoln. Inq. Thursday .... 21 Edw. I. {defective.) 

[Osgoteby by Kynardeby.J J carucate of land held by William de 

Cateby [of] Roger Arsyk by service of j^ knight's fee, who ho^s 

of the said,J[ohii Dyve], and he of the king in cMef as of the honour 

of Albemarle by the same service. 
Kynardby. The manor (extent given), including a messuage at Ouresby 

a member of the said manor, a park, and a croft at Osgoteby, held of 

Sir .... knight's (fee). 
Ck'okeston by Newshus. A messuage, 3 bovates of land, and rents of 

16s. 6d., ^Ib. pepper, ^Ib. wax, lib. cummin, and a pair of gloves, held 

of the bishop of Lincoln by service of J knight's fee. 



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Osgoteby. 23s. yearly rent held of Sir Edmund earl of Cornwall, as of 
the honour of Lancaster, by service of a brachet or 2s. at Christmas, 
for aU service. 

Oselby. 2 tofts, 2 bovates of land, and 3a. meadow, held of Philip Paynel 
by service of a sore sparrow-hawk, for all service. 

Heirs as last above. 

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113. John de Stokes alias de Stoke. 

Writ, I Dec. 21 Edw. I. 
Derby. Extent, Monday the morrow of the Conversion of St. Paul, 21 Edw. I. 
Sandiacre alias Sandyacre. A messuage and 6 bovates of land, held of 

the king in chief, rendering 30s. yearly at the king's exchequer. 
Kirchalum. A wood held of the abbot of la Dale, rendering 2s. yearly. 

Maud his sister, and Adam, son of Agnes another sister, both aged 30, 
are his next heirs. 

Writ, 1 Dec. 21 Edw. I. 
Nottingham, Inq. Saturday after St. Hilary, 21 Edw. I. . 

He held nothing of the king in chief in the county, but by reason 

of a serjeanty in Sandiacre co. Derby, commuted for rent (arentatam) 

in the exchequer, his tenements in Nottingham on this side, Trent 

were seized into the king's hand. 
Stoke and Eyliston. A messuage and 6 virgates of land, with 15a. 

meadow, rent &c., held of Sir John Dyve by homage and scutage. 
Stoke. 2| virgates of land, with 5a. meadow and 12d. rents of assize, 

held of the fee of Sir Thomas de Bekering for a pair of gilt spurs yearly. 
Siriston. 1| virgate of land held of Geoffrey de Musters for 6d. yearly. 
Screveton. A messuage and a virgate of land, with 4a. meadow and 

19s. rents, held "(SE John de Hotot for 22s. 6d. yearly. 

He died on Tuesday before St. Denis, 20 Edw. I. Heirs as above, 
of full age. 

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114. John DE Stokes. 

Writ to the escheator to make partition between Robert de Sancto Licio, 
who married Maud sister and one of the heirs of deceased, and Adam 
son of Agnes, nephew and other heir, of aU the lands which the said 
John held of the king in chief, taking security for their reUef, 
23 Feb. 21 Edw. I. 

Nottingham. Partition (undated). 

Stokes. A messuage, lands and rents, and 12a. land, and 2a. Ir. meadow 
in Screveton (extent of partition given). 



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115. John son of Aer. 

Writ, 16 Jan. 21 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. Thxu-sday after St. Agatha, 21 Edw. I. 

Hauekerscote (extent given), held of the king in chief by serjeanty of 
finding a man on foot with a bow and 3 arrows, when the king shall 
go to Wales in time of war, and he shall remain with the king until 
he has shot his 3 arrows at the king's enemies, and if he remain 
longer, it shall be at the king's cost. 
Aston E3T:es (extent given) held of the earl of Arundel by service of one 

knight at Oswestry (Album monasterium). 
Wythyford. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John Lestrange 
{Eodraneo) by service of ^ knight's fee; and 1| virgate and a nook 
of land (extent given), held of the fee of Wemme by service of 
serjeanty, by one man with a bow and arrows at Wemme in time 
of war. 
Little Wythyford. 5s. yearly rent of the fee of Robert de Halchton. 
Hugh his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

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116. Richard de Harecurt alias de Harecotjrt. 

Writ, 1 March, 21 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. Wednesday the feast of the Annunciation, 21 Edw. I. 

Bose worth. The manor (extent given), including parks caUed ' le 
Holde park,' and ' le Southwode,' pasture called ' le Heye,' a market, 
rents of 2\lb. peppelr, 2 pairs of gloves, a root of ginger, a clove 
gillyflower, 3 arrows without feathers {sine flech'), 8 horse-shoes, 10 hens, 
a cock and a rose, perquisites of the courts of Stretton, Kjaiehng- 
worth and Guldene Morton, which pertain to the said manor, and 
14s. lOd. and issues of a court in Schepeye and Muth, held of Sir 
John Comin, earl, of Bowhan and lord of Wyteworth, co. Leicester, 
one of the heirs of Roger de Quincy sometime earl of Winchester, 
by homage and service of 6d. yearly, and doing scutage when it 
runs, for 1 knight's fee. The same Richard, half a year and more 
before his death, enfeoffed his son Henry de Harecourt and Eleanor 
his wife of 24Z. yearly rent out of the said manor, whereof they 
were seised of 161. in his lifetime. 

John his eldest son, aged 18 at the feast of All Saints last, is his next 
heir. 

Oxford. Inq. 12 April, 21 Edw. I. 

Staunton. The manor (extent given), including a water-mill and 
fishery, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, and 
mowing, lifting, carrying and stacking a meadow in the king's park 
of Wodestok called Staunton meadow, strewing (prosternendi) ivy for 
the deer in the same park and paying 1 Is. 2d. yearly at the king's 
exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Oxford. 

Heir as above. 



76 INQUISITIONS. 



Stafford. Inq. Friday before Palm Sunday, 21 Edw. I. 

Elenhal. The park with view of frank pledge and warren, pertaining 
to the manor of Elenhal, held of Sir Roger bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, service unspeciQed. 
John de Harecourt is his son and heir, age unknown, because he was 
born in co. Oxford. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 1 March, 21 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. taken at Elenhal on Friday before Palm Sunday, 21 Edw. I. 
Ronton. The advowson of the priory. 

He had no knight's fee in the county. 

Leicester. Inq. Wednesday the feast of the Annunciation, 21 Edw. I. 
Schepeye. A moiety held by Roger Peyver for | knight's fee. 
Osegarthorp. | knight's fee held by John le Wasteneys. 
Kybbeworth Harecourt, held by the scholars of Merton Hall, Oxford, 

for 1 knight's fee. 
Boresworth, held by Robert de Stok for | knight's fee. 
Kyneliugworth Rabaz. A moiety held by Stephen Rabaz for | knight's fee. 
Braundeston, held by Thomas de Camvile for f knight's fee. 
Guldenemorton, held by Hugh de Culy for f knight's fee. 
Scheynton. J knight's fee held by Thomas de Hauvile. 

[Warwick.] Baxterleg. I knight's fee held by the heirs of John de 
Chetewynd. 
Wolvey and Wyebrok. 2 knight's fees held by the abbot of Combe. 
Wormelacton, held by Theobald de NeyvUe for J knight's fee. 
Baddesleg, held by Richard de HerthuU for | knight's fee. 

[Leicester.] Ayleston, held by the heirs of Henry de Penbrugge for 
1 knight's fee. 
Schepeye. The advowson of a moiety of the church. 

[Warwick.] Baxterleg. The advowson of the church. 

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117. Richard DE Harecitrt. 

Writ of assignment of dower of the lands &c. of the said Richard to Joan 
late his wife, 27 April, 21 Edw. I. 
Leicester, Oxford, and Stafford. Assignment of dower, made 2 May. 
Bosewrth, Staunton and Elenhal. A third part of the manors. 

Writ of assignment of dower of knights' fees and advowsons, 27 April, 
21 Edw. I. 
Leicester and Warwick. Assignment of dower, made 2 May. 

Kybb^wrth Harecurt. 1 knight's fee held by the scholars of Merton HaU. 

Boresworth. J fee held by Robert de Stoke. 

Kynelingwrth Rabaz. | fee held by Stephen Rabaz. 

Braunteston. J fee held by Thomas de Caunvyle. 

Sheinton. I fee held by Thomas de Hauvyle. 

Baxterleigh. The advowson of the church. 

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1 18. John de Planaz. 

Writ to the guardians of the archbishopric of Canterbury, 30 April, 
21 Edw. I. J' i^ ' 

Kent. Extext and Inq. made at Sorham by Otteford on Monday after the 
Ascension, 21 Edw. I. (defective.) 
[Sorham?] A messuage and dovecot, 42a. arable, 8a. In meadow, 70a. 
pasture, 16a. underwood and a water-mill, held of the archbishopric 
of Canterbury in chief by homage and service of | knight's fee, 2 Is. 
rent, and suit at the court of Otteford every three weeks ; and the 
said John shall take from the archbishop's wood an oak and ' unum,' 
focum ' yearly for his water-mill by delivery of the steward ; and 
10a. arable, 21a. pasture, 8a. underwood and divers small rents, 
held of Richard de Tymberden by service of 4 roses yearly ; 15a. 
pasture held of the heirs of Robert de Tymberden by service of a 
rose ; 4a. pasture held of Simon and Alan de Twetton by service 
of a rose ; l|a. meadow held of William le Pende by service of a 
rose ; 3r. meadow held of Simon and John de Eoclesia, service 
vmknown ; la. Ir. meadow held of John de CapeUa by service of 
Hd ; 4a. pasture held of Alan de GodjTigeston by service of 6d. ; 
4a. pasture held of William and Master Thomas le Pende . . , . ; 

|a. arable and Ja. meadow held of Walter le Dyghere ; |a. 

" arable and ^a. meadow held of Peter the miller (molendinar) ; 

2a. arable and \a. meadow held of Walter le Dyghere by service of 
. . . . ; |a. meadow held of Sir Ralph de Hevere by service of a 
rose ; \a. meadow held of Hamo de Sumercote and William de 
Ponte by service of a rose ; Ir. meadow held of WiUiam and Master 
Thomas le Pende (?) by service of a rose ; 6a. wood held of William 
ate Hoke by service of M. ; 2a. pasture held of Thomas le Beterre 
by service of a rose ; 12d. rent held of the same by service of a 
rose ; 15d. rent held of WiUiam de Bradeborn by service of Id. ; 
10a. wood held by the heirs of ant 

C. Edw. I. File 65. (14.) 

11&. William de Hertlington. 

Writ, 12 Jan. 21 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made by jurors of the wapentakes of Staynil and Clarhou, on 

Saturday after St. Matthias, 21 Edw. I. 
Hertlington. A carucate of land, a water-mill, and 6 cottages, held of 

the king of the honour of the castle of Skipton in Cravene, paying 

\%d. to the king as lord of that castle, doing suit every three weeks 

at the court of knights of the castle, homage, and as much foreign 

service as belongs to such a tenement. 
Appeltrewyk. 6 bovates of land, whereof 14 carucates make a knight's 

fee, held as above, and 3 cottages and 2 free tenants paying M. 

yearly. 
Hertlington. 2 carucates of land held of Sir Ranulph de Kfevil paying 

12s. yearly. 
Hagenht. AU his demesne lands, a carucate and 5 bovates of land, and a 

water-mill, held of William Mauleverer, paying 16s. yearly and doing 

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Rilston. A carucate of land held of Richard Tempest, paying 4d. yearly. 
Brame. 106a. arable, 8a. l|r. meadow in demesne, and 1| carueate of 

land with cottages, held of Sir William de Ros, doing suit every 

three weeks at his court at Ditton, homage and foreign service. 
Folifayt. | carucate of land held of the same William by the service 

aforesaid. 
[Plumpton ?] A carucate of land held of Sir Robert de Plumpton (in, 

eadem), paying 2s. yearly. 
Idel. 30s. yearly rent held of the gift of the same Robert, doing homage 

only. 
Stavelay. 2 bovates of land held of John de Tolous, paying 2s. yearly. 

Henry his son, aged 21 and more on Saturday the eve of St. Thomas 
the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. when his father died, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 65. (15.) 

120. GODFEBY DE BbLLO MoNTE. 

Writ, 30 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 
Norfolk ; httndred op Latjnditch (Laundiz). Inq. Saturday after the 
Conception of the Blessed Mary, 22 Edw. I. 
Skeminghe. The manor (extent given) held of WiUiam le Marohal, 
who is in the king's wardship, by service of a knight's fee. 

Sir John de BeUo Monte, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

NoBFOLK ; HUNDRED OF Taveeham. Inq. Sunday the feast of St. Lucy 
the Virgin, 22 Edw. I. 
Drayton. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, 
held of William le Mareschal, as above, by service of 2 knights' fees, 
and charged with a payment of 7s. 6d. to the hall of Hokeringg. 

Heir as above. 

Stjpfolk. Inq. 12 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 

Semere and Groten. A third part of the manors (extents given) held 
of the king in chief by service of Id. for scutage only when it shall 
happen. 

Alveneleye. The manor (extent given) held of the earl Marshal by 
service of | knight's fee. 

LeUeseye. Two parts of the manor (extent given), including customs of 
reaping 46^a. Ir. called ' gavelrep ' in the autumnj and another 
custom of reaping 222 'benes' in the autumn, held of the abbot of 
St. Edmund's by service of 7s. Id. and 2 qrs. 2 bus. oats yearly. 

Sir John de BeUo Monte his brother, aged 40 and more, is his next 
heir. 

StTFFOLK. Inq. 15 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 

Grimmeston. The manor (extent given) held of the earl Marshal for 

^ knight's fee. 
Blofeud (extent given?), held of the same for | knight's fee. 
Heir as last above. 

Northampton. Inq. 26 Nov. 22 Edw. I. 

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Westmede, Lokcrofte, Southlake and ' le Hidurlake,' a pasture 
called 'le Dounes,' a mill with a holm and a fishery, held of the" 
inheritance of Cecily de Ferariis sometime his wife, who held it by 
succession of inheritance of the honour of Chester by service of 
2 knights' fees. 
John, son of Robert de Ferariis, aged 22 and more, is next heir of the 
said Cecily. 

Endorsed : Let it be enquired more fully concerning the seisin of 
Cecily, &c. 

Writ {undated fragment). 
Northampton. Inq. 22 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Buckebroc. The manor was the inheritance of Cecily de Ferariis, pome- 
time his wife, whereof she was seised on the day she died ; neverthe- 
less the said Godfrey and Cecily, at the suit of John Bygot, by 
collusion came before the justices of the Bench and acknowledged 
the said manor to be the right of the said John Bygod, but the said 
Godfrey and Cecily both before and after were always in seisin as 
bailiffs. The manor was held of the earl of Ferars by reason of the 
honour of Chester by service of [2] khights' fees, because it was 
sometime of Ranulph, earl of Chester. 

John, son of Robert de Ferariis, kinsman of the said Cecily, is her (next) 
heir and of full age, and the jury do not know any reason why the 
king should not render the manor to him. 

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121. Richard be Chelesham. 

Writ, on the complaint of John de Ludham that whereas Richard de 
Chelesham, lately deceased, held immediately of the same John by 
knight's service and held nothing of the priory of Bermundeseye, yet 
after the death of the said Richard his lands had been taken into the 
king's hand by reason of the voidance of the said priory, 18 October, 
21 Edw. I. 
Surrey. Inq. made at Lamhyth on Monday before SS. Simon and Jude, 
21 Edw.' I. 

Richard de Chellisham held nothing of the priory of Bermundeseye, 
but held certain lands &c. in Chellisham of John de Ludham 
by homage and knight's service, rendering to him,, when scutage 
runs, 16^^., so that the wardship of his heir and lands pertains 
to the said John and not to the king by reason of the voidance of the 
said priory. 

G. Edw. I. File 66. (1.) 



122. Henry de Sobiry alias de Subbiri and Alice his wife. 

Writ to the escheator, concerning the houses and rents in the city of 
London held by the said Henry de Sobiry and Alice his wife, as her 
dower of the inheritance of Stephen de Oistergate her first husband, 



80 INQUISITIONS. 



which belonged to King Henry III by the forfeiture of John de 
Oistergate, son and heir of the aforesaid Stephen, and which the 
said king granted to the said Henry and his heirs, 30 May, 21 Edw. I. 
London. Inq. 3 July, 21 Edw. I. 

A messuage opposite Oystergate, partly in the parish of St. Magnus and 
partly in that of St, Michael, held by the said Henry and AUce, by 
reason of the said Alice, of the heirs of Stephen de Oystergate, her first 
husband, rendering yearly to the abbot of Westminster \0d., to London 
Bridge 10s. and to the prioress and nuns of ClerkeneweUe 10s. 
A messuage in the parish of St. Magnus, sometime of John Hanin, similarly 
held, rendering yearly to the prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, 
20s. and to the heirs of John Hanin 2 marks. 

^ Alice aged 13, and Rose {Roesia) aged 10, daughters of Agn6s daughter 
of the said Henry and Alice, are next heirs of the said Heiu-y, 

Writ {ad melius inquirendum), no mention being made in the previous 
inqiiisition of whom the houses and rents abovesaid were held, 21 July, 
21 Edw. L 

Answer by the escheator that whereas it is asserted in the writ that King 
Henry III granted 'the tenements abovesaid by charter to the said 
Henry, it seems to him that it was not for him to enquire of whom 
they were held, when the king by his writ testifies that they are now 
held of the king, and this ought to be contained in King Henry's 
charter. 

G. Edw. I. File 66. (2). 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dbc. No. 4. m. 8. 

123. Joan late the wife of George de Laverton. 

Writ, 2 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Friday after St. Luke, 21 Edw. I. 

Bocton AloK. A third part of the manor (extent given), includiug 
4|a. meadow in La Brodemed, 2a. in Harifelde, 35a. wood, viz. — 
Scurbbet, and the advowson of .the church, held of the king in chief 
by service of ^ knight's fee, doing suit at the court of Wytham, 
CO. Essex, which court is of the fee of Boulogne, and rendering 10 marks 
yearly to the lepers of Boulogne. 

She died on the eve of St. Michael in the year aforesaid. Laurence her 
son, aged 12, is her next heir, 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dbc. Roll 4, m. lOd. 

124. Joan de Otringdene alias de Otebingedennb. 

Writ of phnius certiorari on the information of George de Lavertone, 
who married the said Joan, that he begat a child of her, whereby by 
the courtesy of England her lands ought to remain to him for his 
fife, 2 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. taken at Canterbury on Wednesday, the feast of St, Martin 
21 Edw. I. 
Bocton Allulph. George de Lavertone, on Wednesday the eve of the 
Circumcision, 21 Edw. I, married Joan de Oteringedene, and they 



EDWARD I. 81 



lived together as man and ^vife until Monday the eve of St. Michael 
in the said year, on which day the said Joan died ; during this time 
she was pregnant by the said George and at dajwn {in aurora) on the 
day she died she gave birth to a daughter, after which she received 
the rites of the church and died ; this daughter Andrew, rector of 
the church of Oteringedene, baptized in her mother's chamber at 
Oteringedenne alive and crying, naming her Joan ; her godfather 
was John de Wynefeld and her godmothers Eleanor de Sindisham 
and Aubrey de Stonacre ; she lived until sun-rise of the same day 
and then died. The lands &c. in Bocton Allulph held by the said 
George and Joan were of the inheritance of the said Joan. 

C.Edw.I. File 66. (3.) 

125. RoBEBT DE Valeynes uUas DE Valeyns, the elder. 

Writ of certiorari on the complaint of WiUiam de Nerford and Petronilla 
his wife, daughter and one of the heirs of John de Vallibus, that the 
escheator had ejected them from the wardship of the manor of Perham 
and delivered it to Robert late bishop of Bath and Wells, 15 July, 
21 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. made at Boresyerd on Saturday before St. Laurence. 
21 Edw. I. 
Perham. Robert de Valeyns, the elder, held the manor of Perham of 
John de Vaus in chief by knight's service, which service after the 
death of the said John was assigned to WiUiam de Nerford and 
Petronilla his wife as her pourparty ; and after the death of the said 
Robert they seized the manor by reason of this service and of the 
minority of Robert's heir, and held the same for a fortnight and more, 
and held a court and received the fealty of the tenants, when the sub- 
escheator ejected them, seized the manor into the king's hand, and 
delivered it to Robert, bishop of Bath and Wells. After the death 
of the said bishop Robert de Reydon, now sub-escheator, re-seized 
it and delivered it to the bishop's executors, who now hold it. 
'Endorsed: The bishop's executors came and said that this inquisition 
ought not to hurt them, because it was taken in their absence. Let 
a new inquisition be taken in their presence &c. 

Writ to the sheriff of Suffolk to inquire in the presence of the bishop's 
executors, 15 August, 21 Edw. I. 

SuEFOLK. Inq. made before the sheriff in the presence of Sir William de 
Hamelton executor of the will of Robert late bishop of Bath and 
Wells, on the morrow of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 21 Edw. I. 
Robert de Valeynes, the elder, held the gross of the manor of 
Perham of John de Vallibus by knight's service, and some part of the 
appurtenances of the manor of Kettelberge in socage by service of 
5s. yearly and one suit at the next court after Michaelmas ; and 
the said WiUiam and PetroniUa entered upon the said manor, and 
were ejected as abovesaid, but whether justly or not is unknown. 
The wardship of the manor ought to pertain to the king if the heir 
of the said WiUiam and PetroniUa were under age and in the king's 
wardship, as wardship of wardship as of the honour of Richmond. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (4.) 



82 INQUISITIONS. 



126. William de Ipstanes or de Ippbstanes. 

Writ of certiorari on the complaint of Theobald de Verdun that lands &c. 
in Ippestanes lately held of him by William de Ippestanes, whose heir 
is a minor, by knight's service, have been taken into the king's hand 
because the said William held other lands &c. of the heir of Nicholas 
de Stafford, a minor and in the king's wardship, 4 Nov. 20 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. Thursday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 21 Edw. I. 

Ipstanes and Foxwyst. The manors held by the said William of Theobald 
de Verdun by homage, service of 10s. from Foxwyst and 2d. 
from Ipstanes, suit at the court of Alveton every three weeks, 
and finding a man in the castle of Alveton for forty days in time of 
war, and not by knight's service. 

Scharpeclyff, Padewyke, and Le Gnypp and Le Wyte Halgh, held of 
the lord of Chetelton by homage and service of lib. pepper yearly. 

(Unspecified.) Two bovates of land, and 12a. land and a water-mill, 
held [of] the lord of Kynggesle, Anketil de la Warde, by homage 
and service of 12s. 2d. yearly, and suit at his court of Kynggesle every 
three weeks. 

Casterne. A moiety, held of John lord of Ockover by homage and service 
of 8s. yearly and suit at the court of Ockovere every three weeks. 

BlumenhuU. A fourth part of the manor, held of the heir of the baron of 
Stafford, a minor and in the king's wardship, for J knight's fee, and 
for the service of J knight's fee and suit at his court of Stafford. 
John his son, aged 8 at Easter, 20 Edw. I. is his heir. The marriage 

pertains to the king by reason of the wardship of BlumenhuU, and not to 

Sir Theobald. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (5.) 

127. John, nephew and heir of Henry de Preston. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, 
6 Sept. 21 Edw. I. 
York. Proof of age made at Hedon on Saturday after St. Michael, 
21 Edw. I. 

John, nephew and heir of Hem'y de Preston who held of the king in chief 
as of the honour of Albemarle, who was born at Preston, co. York, 
and baptised in the church of AH Saints there, was 21 years of age 
on Tuesday the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 
21 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (6.) 

1 28. John de Danthorpp, an idiot. 

[Cumberland.] Inq. made at Newton in AUerdaU on Friday before the 
Conversion of St. Paul, 21 Edw. I. 
Alenburgh. There are in the king's hand of the inheritance of the 
said John by reason of his idiocy, 131a. land, 13a. meadow, 
herbage by the water, 52s. Id. rents of assize of bovates and cottars, 
a water-mill, a fisherj^, a curtilage, autumn works and the free service 
of John, whereof 5s. yearly ought to be rendered to Thomas de Luscy 
as chief lord. 



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John de Danthorpp was son and heir of Sir John de Danthorpp, 
knight, who was son of Sir Alan de Danthorpp, knight. His mother 
was daughter of Sir Robert de Carlaton, knight. 

Endorsed : The king has given 81. to Adam his watchman (vigili), and 
let the idiot be maintained from lands which he has elsewhere. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (7.) 



129. Jordan Dardys alias Dardiz. 

Writ to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer of Dublin to examine 
the rolls of the exchequer and made inquisition as to what lands &c. 
the said John held on the day he died, 15 Dec. 21 Edw. I. 
Ireland. Inq. taken at Drogheda on the side of Louth {ex parte Urielis) 
on Monday after Mid-Lent, 21 Edw. I, before Sir William de Estdene, 
treasurer of Ireland, in the presence of the bailiffs of Theobald de 
Verdun. 

GreUy. The manor held in chief of Theobald de Verdun, whereof the 
said Jordan's ancestors were first enfeoffed. 

Insken alias Inskyn. In the time of King John, Thomas de Molyns held 
the manor of the king in chief and enfeoffed thereof Jordan Dardiz, 
father of this Jordan, and his heirs, to hold of the king in chief ; and 
he held it by service of 2 knights' fees, viz. 2 marks, and suit at 
the king's county (court) of Leueth : afterwards the said Jordan 
gave the manor to Richard de Haddesore by rendering to him 
8 marks, but performed the suit and service himseK by his attorneys, 
and died seised of the lordship of the manor ; and he gave the 8 marks 
to his daughter Elizabeth. Richard de Hadesoure enfeoffed Nicholas 
archbishop of Armagh and his church of the manor for 8 marks 
yearly. Jordan the son, now deceased, died seised of the manor, 
which is held of the king in chief. 

C.Edw.I. FileGQ. (8.) 



130. William son of Roger Wyther. 

Writ de diem dausit extremum to the escheator this side Trent, dated at 
Westminster, 6 May, 21 Edw. I. Endorsed : He died twenty years 
ago, and his lands &c. have been transferred to divers persons who 
claim to have fee and free tenement, and therefore the escheator 
cannot execute this writ. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (9.) 



131. John de Cttrsy. 

to Walter de la Haye, escheator in Ireland, to enquire as to the 
value of the manor of Kinsal, co. Cork, which is in the king's hand 
by reason of the minority of John, son and heir of John de Cursy, 
who held of the king in chief, and as to the age of the said heir, 
19 Dec. 21 Edw. I, 



84 INQUISITIONS. 



[Cork.] Portion of an inquisition {undated.) 

Kynsale. The burgesses hold in their burgages {in burgaregiis suis) 

3 carucates of land rendering 11. lis. Ud. yearly ; and there are a 

broken weir, 1 mark perquisites of the hundred, and 6s. prise of fish 

yearly ; and there are 7 Is. lie?, in rent paid thence to the bishop 

of Cork. 
Tathsax. Two carucates of land, 2 weirs, a weir at Lyssyde, a miU, 

perquisites worth 2s., and 3 carucates of land in Cullath held by 

Tancard Rye, who renders 7 marks yearly. 
Oldernas. Four carucates of land on the other side of the water 

{ex altera aque) of the same lordship, viz. in Corotheran (and ?) 

Lyssyven. 

Endorsed : The king grants that he shall receive a moiety of the issues 
every year until the full age of the heir at the exchequer of Dubhn. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (10.) 



132. Geoffrey de Fowall. 

Writ, 18 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. Thursday after St. Edmund the Eang, 22 Edw. I. 

Fowall. A messuage held of the parson of the church of Checckeleg' 
rendering id. yearly ; and lands &c. held of Sir Ralph Basset of 
Welleden by socage, viz. by service of 2s. yearly. 

William his son, aged 19 on Thursday the feast of St. Barnabas, 
22 Edw. I, is his heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (11.) 

133. John son of Fttlk le Fraunkeleyn alias le Frankeleyn, of Throp. 

Writ, 11 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 23 Nov. 22 Edw. I. 

Wodestok. Two burgages held of the king in chief, rendering 9d. yearly. 
Throp. A virgate and a half of land held of John son of Nicholas de 

Kyngeston by service of 4s. 1 Id. yearly ; and a virgate of land held 

of James de Plang' by service of 4s. 1 Id. yearly. 

Juliana his sister, aged 16 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 66. (12.) 
E. Enrolments dbc. of Inq. p.m. No. 4. m. lOd. 



134t W;iLLiAM LE Broy alias de Broy of Aylineton. 

Writ, 3 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. taken at Hereford on Thursday the morrow of the 
Epiphany, 22 Edw. I. 
Aylineton. A messuage, 240a. arable, 6a. meadow, 3a. pasture and 
30a. wood, 71s. 2|d. rent of 38 free tenants, 15 of whom do suit of 
court, works of cottars &c. (extent given), held of the king in chief by 
the grand serjeanty of finding a man with a barded horse, when the 



EDWARD I. 85 



king comes, for forty days at his own cost, which service has been 
commuted for {a/rrentatum ad) a yearly rent of 245. 
William his eldest son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 66. (13.) 
E. Enrolments dhc. of Inq. p.m. No. 4. m. 12. 

135. TSOMAS LB Ragged. 

Writ, 9 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. Saturday after St. Edmund the King, 22 Edw. I. (defaced.) 
Whytfeld. Two bovates of land held of the king in chief by serjeanty of 

keeping the king's forest of the Peak in Langedenedale, and the two 

bovates render 2s. yearly to the castle of the Peak pro duahus 

vaccis predictis bovatis arentatis. 
Kynder. 20ja. Ir. land, each acre rendering 4:d. yearly to the same 

castle. 
Boggesworthe. 21|a. Ir. land, each acre rendering 4d. yearly to the 

same castle. 
Berde. 64a. land and 10a. covered with wood, each acre rendering 

4d. yearly to the same castle. 
Le Quitehaihe and le Courcys. 54a. land, each acre rendering 4d. yearly, 

and 39a., each acre rendering 8d. yearly to the same castle. 
Le Fernileye. A bovate of land, whereof his daughter Elizabeth was 

enfeoffed ; afterwards she entered religion and the said Thomas 

entered, and held it as guardian when he died ; the said bovate 

renders 3s. yearly (to the same castle). 
Schauilcros. A quarter of a bovate of land, rendering .... yearly 

(to the same castle). 
Peyrf[eld]. A miU, rendering 33s. id. yearly to the same castle. 

He (married) a woman named Garciana and had by her a daughter 
named Maud, who is 30 years of age; afterwards he married a woman 
named Margery, by whom he had three daughters, Joan who is 
aged 15, ... . aged 14, and Agnes aged 12 ; after that he married 
another woman named . . . ., who is pregnant. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (14.) 

136. Richard de Loges. 

Writ, 3 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. taken at Penckerych on Monday after St. Nicholas, 
22 Edw. I. 

Great WjTleg. The hamlet (extent given), held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty ; which hamlet Hugh, father of the said Richard, held with 
the baiUwick of the forest of Cannock, rendering for the said baihwick 
10 marks yearly at the king's exchequer, but for some trespass of 
venison in the said bailiwick in the time of King Henry III, the 
bailiwick with all his lands and chattels were seized into the king's 
hand : the said Hugh made fine with King Henry, who restored 
to him all his lands and chattels but retained the bailiwick in his 
own hand with its charge (cum onere), so that no service but homage, 
wardship and marriage, is due from (spectat ad) the said lands. 



86 INQUISITIONS. 



Richard his son, aged 28 on Saturday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 
22 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 66. (15.) 
E. Enrolments die. of Inq. No. 4. m. 15. 

137. Richard de Loges. 

Writ, 3 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. (undated.) To the same effect as above. 

Warwick. Inq. made at Covyntre on Friday after St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 
Cestreton. A messuage, 216a. arable, 6a. meadow, and a pasture with 
part of a wood, which tenements Master Guy de Tillebrok, holds 
by the said Richard's demise for a term of years to come by the 
king's licence, for a sum of money paid beforehand to the said 
Richard, and lOl. 19s. lid. rent besides from 29 free tenants and a 
customer. 
Sowe. A messuage, 60a. arable, 10a. waste, 5a. meadow, 32.?. 6|cZ. rent 
from 8 free tenants and 7 cottars, and 2,s. pleas &c. 

Hugh de Loges his father formerly held all the above, with the 
bailiwick of forester of Canok, of the king in chief by service of keeping 
the said forest, rendering 10 marks yearly at the king's exchequer, 
and doing homage ; but King Henry III took into his hand the 
said bailiwick and lands &c. on account of the said Hugh's trans- 
gression, and the king has since committed the bailiwick with the 
burden of 10 marks to whom he wood, but restored all the tenements 
to the said Hugh by a fine made with the king. 

Heir, Richard his son, as above. 

Writ to the escheator, having accepted from the said Richard security 
for his rehef, to cause him to have seisin of all the above lands &c., 
the king having taken his homage, 17 Dec. 22 Edw. I. 

E. Enrolments &c. of Inq. No. 4 m. 15. 

138. Geoffrey de Insula. 

Writ, 1 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
[SoTTTHAMPTON.] Inq. made at Cosham on the eve of St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 
Helesey. A messuage and 20a. land, held of Sir Matthew son of John, 
lord of Warblinton, rendering 6s. yearly and doing suit every three 
weeks at his court of Warblinton ; 20a. land held of the king, doing 
suit at the castle of Porcestre every three weeks, and doing guard 
with one man there for eight days in time of war, and rendering 
12s. lid. yearly to the abbot of la Quarere ; 15a. land held of Richard 
de Portesheye. rendering lib. pepper and a rose yearly ; and 
9s. A^d. free yearly rent. 

Baldwin his son, aged 23 at the feast of St. John the Baptist last, is his 
next heir. 

[SoiTTHAMPTON ; IsLE OF WiGHT.] Inq. 25 Nov. 22 Edw. I. 

Gatecumbe. The manor (extent given), held of Lady Isabel de Fortibus, 
countess of Albemarle, for 1\ knight's fee, doing suit at the castle of 
Caresbrok every three weeks. 



EDWARD I. 



K3mgeswe]l. A messuage, 22a. land, 2a. pasture and la. wood, held of 
William le Prouce, rendering 5s. yearly ; |a. land held of Sir Ralph 
de Gorges for 12d. yearly ; and 4a. land held of Roger de 
Chillingwode, rendering 12d. yearly; of all which he was enfeoffed 
jointly with Iseult de Alba Maria his wife for their lives with remainder 
to his heirs. 

Merston. A sixth part of a knight's fee pertaining to the manor of 
Gatecumbe, comprising a capital messuage, 70a. land, pasture, and 
405. rent, whereof the said Geoffrey and Iseult and Baldwin their son 
were jointly enfeoffed, viz. to the said Geoffrey and his heirs, and to 
Iseult for hfe. 



Heir as above. 



C. Edw. I. File 66. (16.) 
E. Enrolments dhc. of Inq. No. 4. m. 12ci!. 



139. John de Beadele alias de Beadbleye. 

Writ, 29 Sep. 21 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Grymesby on Thursday before St. Andrew, 
22 Edw. I. 

Bradeleye. A capital messuage with a plot called Eykholm, 4 bovates 
of arable land in demesne, 14a. wood, a moiety of a water-mill, 
48s. 6d. rent of free tenants, and 2s. pleas &c. of court, held of the king 
in chief, rendering 38s. 8d. yearly at the exchequer ; and 40a. 
arable in a place called Lenecroft, 8a. wood, and 4:1. 17s. rent of free 
tenants, acquired by him of Thomas Cock, who acquired the same of 
Ralph le Fletcher, rendering 36s. 3fc?. yearly to the farm of the 
township of Grymesby. 

Cotes. A messuage, 2 bovates of land, and 2s. 6d. yearly rent, held of the 
abbot of Welhou by Grymesby by service of . . s. yearly to him, 
and 2d. to Master William de Luda. 

Swalue. 19s. yearly rent held of Thomas de Laceles by service of 
3s. yearly and such [foreign ? ] service as pertains to such a tenement. 

Humbrestan. 4s. yearly rent held of the earl of Lincoln by such foreign 
service as pertains to such a tenement. 

John his son, aged 10 at Christmas next, is his next heir. 

Endorsed : On a search of the roUs and memoranda of the exchequer 
it was not found that John de Bradele held anything of the king in 
chief by knight's service or serjeanty, but that Ralph de Bradele, 
his ancestor, held of the king a fourth part of the towns of Bradele 
and Leysseby by a farm of 605. to be paid yearly at the exchequer. 

G.Edw.I. File 66. (17.) 

140. John de Beadeleye. 

Writ {ad melius inquirendum), a former inquisition being insufficient, 

23 Feb. 21 Edw. I. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Castre on Saturday before Pahn Sunday, 21 Edw. I. 

Bradeleye. Certain lands &c. held of the king in chief by service of 

38s. 8tZ. at the king's exchequer yearly for all service ; certain other 

lands &o. held of the king by service of 36s. SJcZ. yearly to the farm 



88 INQUISITIONS. 



of the township of Grymesby ; and 8a. wood held of a certain serjeanty 
which Ralph le Flecher sometime held of the king by service of 
rendering twenty arrows yearly at the exchequer ; but whether he 
held any of the aforesaid by doing homage to the king or other service, 
or not, is unknown to the jury. 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. <Sac. No. 4. to. 4d. 



141. Elizabeth, late the wife of John de ALBrNiACO. 

Writ, 16 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
York. Extent, Thursday after St. Lucy, 22 Edw. I. 

Middelton upon Leven. Two messuages, two parts of a water-mill, and 
15 bovates of land, held of Nicholas de MeynUl by knight's service, 
and 20s. yearly from free tenants. 

Hugh de Bussy, son of Sir Lambert de Bussy, aged 30, is her next 
heir. 

Writ {ad melius inquirendum), the previous inquisition being insufficient, 
because it makes no mention whether the said Elizabeth held of the 
king in chief elsewhere than in Middelton upon Levene, 23 Jan. 
22 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Thursday in Easter week, 22 Edw. I. 

Midleton upon Leven. Seven and a half bovates of land, a moiety of a plot 
called ' Hertegarth ' with a croft, a moiety of a toft built, and a moiety 
of two parts of a water-miU, held of Nicholas de Menyl by homage 
and service. 

Free tenants : — ^A bovate of land with half a messuage, held by 
William son of Robert Wale, who renders 65. 6d. yearly ; a moiety of a 
messuage and a bovate of land, held by John de Midleton, who renders 
I2d. yearly; a moiety of a toft and croft and la. land, held by A vice 
daughter of Gilbert, who renders I2d. yearly ; and a moiety of a toft 
and la. land, held by Henry le Vaus, who renders 2s. 6d. yearly. ' 
She held nothing of the king in chief in the bailiwick. 
Hugh de Bussy her son, aged 30, is her next heir. 

Writ, 16 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Hertford. Inq. taken at Thunrunge on Sunday the feast of St. Nicholas, 
22 Edw. I. 
[Thunrunge.] A moiety of a messuage and half a carucate of land, 
5a. meadow, 20a. pasture, 15a. wood, 36s. rents of assize, customers 
who owe works worth 12s. yearly, and 4s. pleas &c. of court, held in 
chief of John Wake, knight, by service of |- knight's fee. 
Hugh de Bussi, knight, is her next heir and of full age. 

Leicester. Inq. (undated). 

Evynton. Four virgates of land held of Master William de Bosco. 
Gutheby. Five virgates of land held of the same. 
Wykjmgeston. Two virgates of land held of the same, doing homage and 
foreign service. 

Heir as last above. 



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Lincoln. Inq. Friday before St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

Osgoteby by Kynierdby. The said Elizabeth held nothing of the king as 
of the crown or otherwise in demesne, but one William de Gateby 
holds haK a carucate in Osgoteby by service of yjjj knight's fee 
of Roger Arsik, who held by service of a moiety of the said 
yj^ knight's fee of the said Elizabeth, who held by the same service 
of the king in chief as of the honour of Albemarle. 

Ouresby. A manor (extent given), with certain lands &c. in Kynierdby 
and other members, held of the bishop of Lincoln by service of 
2 knights' fees. 

Kynierdby. 90a. l|r. arable, 53a. Ir. meadow, 46a. several pasture, 
32a. wood, a water-mill, 3 bovates of land held by bondmen, 
9s. 5^d. rents of free tenants, 100s. rents of tenants at will, 4s. rent 
of a tenant for a term, and rents and works of bondmen holding 
9 bovates of land. The bondmen here and in Ouresby shall give aid 
at the feast of St. Michael at the lord's will. 

Oselby. A messuage, a bovate of land, 3Ja. meadow, and 9s. 6d. rents 
of free tenants ; whereof he held the messuage, land, meadow and 
3s. 4d. rent of Philip PayneU, by service of a sore sparrow-hawk at 
the Gule of August or 2s., and the residue of the said bishop as 
member of the manor aforesaid. 

Osgoteby. A croft and |a. land, 35s. 9d. (?) rents of free tenants, and 
22s. rent of a toft and a bovate of land held at will ; whereof he held 
23s. rent of free tenants of Sir Edmund earl of Leicester as of the 
honour of Lancaster by service of 2s., and the residue of the said 
bishop as aforesaid. 

Keftesby. 5s yearly rent. 

And there are yearly rents of 3d. to the bishop of Lincoln for a 
plot of meadow in Ouresby, and 16s. to Sir Ralph de Trehampton 
and Joan his wife, the eldest sister of the said Elizabeth. 

Hugh, son of Lambert de Bussey sometime husband of the said 
Ehzabeth, aged 25 and more, is her next heir. 

Nottingham. Inq. Simday before St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

Balderton. A moiety of the manor which was of John Dyve her brother 
(full extent given) , including services of bondmen, and rents &c. of bond- 
men in Codington by Balderton, Barneby and Farindon, held of the 
bishop of Lincoln by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 

C.Edw.l. File 66. (18.) 
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142. William de Stokes. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Hawis de Greleye that 
whereas the said William held certain lands &c. in Wynterburne 
Fincheis of the manor of Kyngestan, which she holds as her pourparty 
of the inheritance of John de Burgh her father, and held nothing 
of the king in chief, the escheator had taken the said lands into the 
king's hand and demised the same to WiUiam Burdet and Matthia 
his wife as wardship, 12 June, 21 Edw. I. 



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Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcestre on Monday after the Translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 21 Edw. I. 

William de Stokes held nothing of the king in chief on the day he 
died, but held the manors of Stokes St. Andrew, Bustewalle (and) 
Stanbegh of Robert son of Payn by knight's service ; and held 
certain lands &c. in Blaneford of the prior of Worspringe by service 
of Id. yearly as socage ; and held the manor of Wynterburn Fifhasse 
of Walter son of Robert son of Walter, and Hawis late the wife of 
Robert GreUey, heirs of John de Burgo father of DervorgoU mother 
of the said Walter and Hawis GreUe her sister, for a knight's fee of 
Mortain. 

Afterwards another inquisition was made which agreed with the first, 
adding that WilUam Burdet was present and said that he had dehvered 
the said manor to WiUiam son and heir of the said William de 
Stokes who now holds it. 

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143. William de Stokes alias de Stok. 

Writ of plenius certiorari as above, 12 June, 21 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. Thursday after St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

The said WiUiam held nothing of the king in chief, but he held the 
following : — 

Stokes St. Andrew, Biestewalle and Stanbergh. The manors held of 
Robert son of Payn by knight's service. 

Blaneford. Certain lands &c. held of the prior of Worspring by service 
of Id. yearly as socage. 

Wynterborn Fifheysse. The manor, held of the heirs of John de Burgo 
by service of a knight's fee of Mortain, together with a tenement 
in Somerset called Lodehaye, which tenement the said WilHam gave 
by charter to Humphrey de Keyl. 

It is not known whether the heirs of John de Burgo have made 
partition of his fees or not. Immediately after the death of William de 
Stokes, Hawis de Grelle, who is one of the heirs of John de Burgo, 
and Walter son of Robert, another heir, came by their baiUffs and 
took seisin of the manor of Wynterborn Fifheysse, but the late 
escheator, by his sub-escheator removed the said bailiffs from their 
seisin, and took the manor into the king's hand, because the said 
Walter son of Robert was a minor and in the king's wardship. After- 
wards the manor was demised by the king's letters patent to Matthia, 
late the wife of William de Stokes until the lawful age of the heir 
of the said William de Stokes ; and WiUiam Burdet for himself and 
Matthia his wife, was present at this inquiry and said that he had 
rendered seisin of the said manor to WiUiam, son and heir of WiUiam 
de Stokes, who now holds it. 

C.Edw.I. File 66. (19.) 

144. Maud de la Barre. 

Writ, 18 Oct, 21 Edw. I. 
Devon. Jnq. Saturday before St. Gregory, 25 (sic) Edw. I. 



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La Barre by Barnastaple. 4a. land and a curtilage, held of the king in 
chief by service of a salmon and 3 arrows when the king hunts {currit 
ad venandum) on Exemore, and no other service at the exchequer 
or elsewhere. 

Helen the wife of Walter de Lofsome, daughter of Richard Cortenay 
brother of the said Maud, aged 25, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 66. (20.) 



145. Thomas de la Beche of Whitchirche. 

Writ, 13 Nov. 21 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 21 March, 22 Edw. I. 

Wytchirche manor. HaK a virgate of land held of the king in chief 

rendering 3s. yearty ; a messuage and 2 virgates of land held of 

Richard Neubaud by service of 4s. yearly ; and J virgate of land held 

of AUce de Haae by service of 20d. yearly. 
Gariggis. 9a. land an(^ 4a. pasture, held of Walter le Waleis by service 

of a gillyflower yearly. 

Geoffrey, son of Roger his brother, aged 14 and more, is his next heir. 

Endorsed : Afterwards it was commanded to the escheator to enquire 
whether the said Thomas held the | virgate in Whiichirch of the king 
in chief as of his crown, or otherwise. 

Wilts. Inq. 26 Feb. 22 Edw. I (defaced.) 

La Grave by Wokkyngeham. 27a. arable, 4a. wood, la. meadow, and 
42|d. yearly rent, held of Roger atte Beche his brother in chief by 
service of 4d. yearly, and it is of the fee of the earl of Lincoln. 

Geoffrey atte Beche, son of the said Roger, aged 14, is his next heir. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether the said Thomas 
held the J virgate in Whytcherche of the king as of his crown, or 
in any other manner, 7 July, 22 Edw. I. 
[Oxford.] Inq. 20 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Witchurche. The manor was sometime held by Sir Roger de la Ware 
of the honour of Walingford, and was bound to Sir Edmund earl of 
Cornwall, lord of that honour, in 301. yearly rent. Afterwards 
Lady Eleanor, the king's consort, acquired the same of Sir Roger, 
and on her death the king held it as her purchase. The said Thomas 
held I virgate of land of the said manor, rendering 3s. ; a messuage 
and 2 virgates of land, of Richard de Neubaud in chief rendering 
4s. yearly (and ? ) by homage and service, and the said Richard holds the 
same of the lord of the manor with other tenements, rendering 18s. 
yearly and doing suit at the court of the manor every three weeks ; 
I virgate of land of AKce de Hawe, rendering 3s. ; and 2 crofts of 
Walter le Waleys of the manor of Garinges. 

Writ to the escheator again to enquire in the presence of the next heir 
whether the said Thomas held anything whereby the marriage of his 
heir and wardship of his lands ought to pertain to the king or another, 
4 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 



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[Oxford.] Inq. 7 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 

Witchurche. The said Thomas held | virgate of land of the king in free 
socage, doing to him Ss. yearly for all (services) ; a messuage and 
2 virgates of land, of Richard Neubaud, by knight's service, doing to 
him 45. yearly, and the royal service pertaining to ^ knight's fee, 
to whom the wardship of the lands and marriage of the heir pertain ; 
and \ virgate of land of Ahce de Hathe, rendering to her 3s. yearly. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 2. No. 2, 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dbc. No. 4. m. 16. 

146. John Urry of Wykford. 

Writ, 17 Oct. 21 Edw. I. 
Surrey. Inq. taken at Micleham on Thursday after SS. Simon and Jude, 
21 Edw. I. 
Marwe. 24a. land and 2^a. meadow, held of the prior of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England, by service of 6s. yearly. 
Gilbert his son, aged 32, is his next heir. 

Essex. Inq. made at the bridge of Wicford, 4 DSc. 22 Edw. I. 

Wicford. A messuage, 300a. arable, 3s. 6d. assised rent, 14a. meadow, 
20a. pasture, a wind-mill, and 6a. wood, sometime held of the king in 
chief by service of | knight's fee, or finding an esquire armed at his 
own costs for forty days for the king's army ; but five days before 
his death he enfeoffed Thomas his younger son thereof, and put him 
in seisin by Hervey, rector of the church of Wicford, his attorney ; 
which Thomas was in peaceful seisin thereof until the sub-escheator 
ejected him because he entered without the king's licence. 

Writ to the escheator to assign dower to Margaret, late the wife of the said 
John, who has given her oath not to marry without the king's licence, 
30 April, 23 Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 2. No. 3. 
E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. die. No. 4. m. 13rf. 

147. Roger le Sauvage. 

Writ to be returned before the barons of the Exchequer, 26 Nov. 
21 Edw. I. 
LiNCOixN. Inq. Wednesday the morrow of the Epiphany, 21 Edw. I. 

Lincoln city. 10^ rent were sometime held by the said Roger of the fee 
of Maunsel, but 16 years and more ago he enfeoffed one Thomas le 
Macer of London thereof, service unknown, who afterwards enfeoffed 
Walter de Gloucester, who now holds it. 

Surrey. Inq. made at Dorkyng by jurors of the hundred of Blakehetf on 
Monday after St. Lucy, 21 Edw. I. 
Gomeshulve. The manor (extent given), including pasture in 
Kyngeswode, held of Sir WiUiam de Breuse by service of ^ knight's 
fee and rendering to him 8Z. yearly. 
John hia son, aged 11, is his next heir. 

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148. John son and heie of Thomas de Langeton who held of the king 
of the honour of Albemarle. 

Writ [to the escheator] to take the proof of age of the said John, 
22 Feb. 21 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Proof of age taken at Lincoln on Monday after St. Ambrose, 
21 Edw. I. 
The said John was born at Thorp by Skeldelby at the feast of St. Luke, 
54 Hen. Ill, and was aged 22 at the same feast 20 Edw. I, and each of 
the Jurors has certain cause of knowledge. William de Hennor', in whose 
wards'hip the said John was, came not nor sent anyone for him, but certain 
persons of Hagwordingham were present and said that the said William 
had neither ploughed nor sown those lands which he holds of the king's 
grant of the said John's inheritance, because he believed the said John 
to be of full age. 

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149. William son and heir or William de Ferarhs. 

Writ [to the escheator] to take the proof of age of the said WiUiam, 
warning Nicholas de Segrave, who has the wardship by the king's 
grant, to be present, 1 March, 21 Edw. I. 

Mandate of venire facias to the sheriff of Leicester to provide jurors, 
5 March, 21 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Proof of age, made at Groby on Sunday, 8 March, 21 Edw. I. 

Robert, prior of Ulviscroft, says that the said William was born at the 
manor of Yoxhale, co. Stafford, which was of the countesss of Ferars, 
on the eve of St. Bridget, 56 Hen. Ill, and was 21 on that feast last past, 
and he remembers it because at the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed 
Mary following the said William's birth he assumed the habit of religion 
in that priory, which will be 21 years ago at the said feast next coming. 

William de Brunton agrees, and remembers it because King Henry 
died at the J[east of St. Edmund next following the said birth, and he 
himseK baptized the said William in the church of Yoxhale. 

Robert le Waleys, knight, agrees. 

John le Fauconer, knight, agrees, adding that at Christmas before the said 
William's birth, Anne his mother was pregnant with-tim at Groby, with 
whom Sir William Mautravers was at dinner (in prandio) there, and 
she retired to Yoxhale where she bore the said William. 

William le Waleys, knight, agrees, adding that he gave an over tunic 
{supertunicam) to the messenger bringing news {nova) of the said birth 
in Lent following. 

Robert de Belegrave agrees, adding that he had reports of the said 
birth within eight days following, and thanked God, but gave nothing 
to the messenger. 

William Bate agrees, for on the eve of St. Bridget before the said 
William's birth, a son WiUiam was born to him, who was 22 at the feast 
of St. Bridget last past. 

Richard Nowel agrees, adding that from the time the said WiUiam was 
3 years old he has been with him until now, instructing him, which is 
18 years and more. 



94 INQUISITIONS. 



Robert son of John de Groby, agrees and recollects it because on 
Monday before Christmas next after the death of King Henry a son John 
was born to him, and then the said William was 1 year 7 weeks and 3 days 
old. 

Alan le Parker agrees, for on Friday after the Purification last 18 years 
ago, he married Alice his wife, and then the said William was 3 years 
of age. 

Richard Fraunceys agrees, for at the time of the said William's birth 
he was chamberlain of Anne his mother, and when she was in labour 
Sir William de Ferariis her husband came to the door of the said lady's 
chamber, and the said Richard opened it that his lord might come in to 
speak with her. 

Master Adam de Leyc[estre] agrees, and recollects because at the time 
of the birth he impleaded one Walter de Snyrston concerning the church 
of Walton before the justices of the Bench of King Henry, which king died 
at the feast of St. Edmund following. 

Nicholas de Segrave the younger, in whose wardship the said William 
was, came not nor sent any one for him ; which was signified by the 
escheator to the chancellor in a schedule included in the said proof 
(of age). 

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150. Eva de Valeynes alias de Valenes. 

Writ 16 Jan. 21 Edw. I. 
Essex Inq. 12 April, 21 Edw. I. 

Tolehunte Tregoz and Blonteshale. The manors held for life of the gift 

of Sir Robert Bornel, late bishop of Bath and Wells, who enfeoffed 

the same Eva and Nicholas Tregoz her husband jointly of the said 

manors, to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies of the king in 

chief by service of 2 knights' fees, with remainder to the heirs of the 

said Nicholas. 

John de Boys, aged 24 at Easter last, James de Bornham, aged 26 at 

the Purification last, John de Ludham, aged 22 at Christmas last, 

and John Gernoun, aged 23 at the feast of St. Michael last, nephews 

of the said Nicholas, are his next heirs, to whom the same tenements 

ought to reverf. 

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151. Robert, brothee and heir of Henry Matjntel. 

Writ to [the escheator] to take the proof of age of the said Robert, who 
is in the wardship "of Richard de Kancia by the king's commission, 
20 April, 21 Edw. I. 
NOETHAMPTON. Proof of age made at Northampton 12 May, 21 Edw. I. 

John de Hertewelle says that the said Robert was bom at HertweU, 
CO. Northampton, on Monday before St. Gregory, 56 Henry III, and 
baptized in the baptistry of the church of Rode, and was 21 on Monday 
before St. Gregory last past, and this he knows because one Amice his 
sister was born on Saturday next before the said feast 21 years ago. 



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Roger de Morewell agrees, and recollects it because Isabel his kins- 
woman was born at the feast of the Purification next before the said 
feast of St. Gregory 21 years ago. 

Robert le Butiler agrees, and recollects it because he lifted the said 
Robert from the font on Thursday after the said Monday. 

William de Bosenho agrees, and recollects it because a son John was born 
to him on Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the MartjT next 
before the said Robert's birth, 21 years ago. 

Walter Mauntel agrees, and recollects it because he was of the house- 
hold of Walter Mauntel, the said Robert's father, on the day of the birth 
and for two years after, and at the end of the second year withdrew from 
that service at the feast of St. Gregory 25 (sic) years ago. 

John le Frere of Couesgrave agrees, and recollects it because he was 
at Hamslape on Sunday before the said Monday, and there eat with Walter 
Mauntel, father of the said Robert, and went with him to his manor of 
Hertwell and stayed there until the morrow, when he heard the said 
Robert waihng, and his mother crjang out so bitterly that he never heard 
such a noise before or since. 

John de Audrynton agrees, and recollects it because Sir John Luvel 
took the manor of Audrynton for 11 years from the feast of the 
Purification in the said year, from which feast last past 21 years have 
elapsed. 

Robert de Bosenho agrees, and recollects it because on the feast of the 
Ascension following the said birth, 21 years ago, he had a son Robert 
born. 

Geoffrey Brun agrees, and recollects it because a brother of his was born 
on the same day. 

Geoffrey de Rale agrees, and recollects it because a son John was born 
to him on the feast of St. Benedict next after that feast of St. Gregory 
21 years ago. 

Nicholas de Rode agrees, and recollects it because he had a son William 
of the same age. 

John de Bosenho agrees, and recollects it because he took one Egidia 
to wife at the feast of the Purification in the said year, 21 years ago. 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. die. Roll. 4. m. 5. 

152. Nicholas le Wallets. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum) because the said Nicholas held other lands &c. 
of which no mention is made in a former inquisition, 10 Dec. 
21 Edw. I. 

Writ of certiorari, on the suggestion of Margery late the wife of the said 
Nicholas, that she was enfeoffed jointly with her said husband of the 
manor of Hiwysh Chaumflur with the advowson of the church, and 
of lands &c. in Athelardeston which the escheator lately took into the 
king's hand by the king's command, 11 Dec. 21 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Suthperton on Saturday before the Annunciation, 
21 Edw. I. 
Athelardeston. The said Margery was enfeoffed jointly with the said 
Nicholas of 4 marks rent there, which John Buchard and Joan his 
wife used to render to them. 



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SoMBESET. Ivq. made at Taunton on Tuesday the eve of the Annunciation, 
21 Edw. I. , , 

Hiwysh Champflur. The said Margery was enfeoffed jointly, as above, 
of the manor with the advowson of the church. 

The aforesaid tenements in Hywysh Chaumfloar and Athelardeston 
are held of the kmg by reason of a feoffment made by Henry de Novo 
Burgo to Eleanor sometime queen of England, concerning certain 
lands of his, and not otherwise. 

Dorset. Inq. made before certain jurymen, together with the whole tithmgs 
of Podington and Westchikerel at their instance associated with 
them, Sunday after the Epiphany, 21 Edw. T. 
Poditon. A knight's fee (extent given), including a pasture called 
Gormere, held of Sir Hugh Pomz by service of 40s. scutage when it 
shall happen ; whereof Nicholas de Strode holds a fourth part by 
royal service, and Su- Ingram le WaUeis holds a fourth part by royal 
service and by service of a pair of gilt spurs, price %d., and the said 
Nicholas ought to do suit at the said Hugh's court of Sutton every 
three weeks ; and one Geoffrey de Baris holds a virgate of land in 
Sutton freely of the said Nicholas by service of \lh. cummin. 
He held nothing of the king in chief in the county. 
Westchikerell. \ knight's fee (extent given), held by the said Nicholas 
of Philip Harang by service of 10s. 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. dsc. Roll. 4. m. 6. 

153. John alias Jambs de Yevingdon. 

Writ, 26 AprH, 21 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. made at Wyndsor, 31 May, 21 Edw. I. 

Yevingdon. A hide of land held of the bishop of Sahsbury, service 
unknown. 

He held nothing of the king in chief. 

John, son of the said James, aged 26, is his next heir. 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m.. die. Roll. 4. m. 6d. 

154. John de FEERARns, kinsman and heir of Margaret de Ferrariis some- 

time countess of Derby. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, and warn 

Edmund the king's brother, who has the wardship of the lands &c. 

by the king's grant, to be present if he wishes it, 15 June, 21 Edw. I. 

Huntingdon. Proof of age, 8 July, 21 Edw. I, when Michael deMeledon came 

on behalf of the said Edmund, saying he believed the said John was of full 

age, but if the said Edmund holds any lands &c. of the inheritance of the 

said countess, the king ought not to restore them to the said John, for he 

beUeves his lord holds them as his free tenement. 

Richard Foliot, prior of Bissemede, says that the said John was 22 on 
the fourth day before the feast of St. John the Baptist last, and this he 
knows because many years ago he heard it by the relation of Sir Robert 
de Hecham, rector of the church of Kestam, who at the time of the said 
birth was in the service of {stetit cum) the said countess, and sat at her 
table (fuit commensal' ejusdem). 



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Robert de Hecham, rector of Kestan, says that the same John was born 
at Kaerdif on Saturday before the said feast 55 Hen. Ill, and this he knows 
because he was then of the household of the said countess, who died 
12 years ago, and then the said John was 10 years of age. 

Andrew, rector of the church of Kinebauton, agrees, and says that 
Eleanor, mother of the said John, was married to Robert his father about 
the said feast 24 years ago, and two years after she bore the said John, 
at which time he was constable of Sir Humphrey {Wunfredi) de Booun, 
grandfather of the said Eleanor de Kinebalton, and had news at once of 
the said birth. 

Richard de Beyvile, knight, agrees, and knows it because he has often 
heard many who knew the truth wondering that the said John had not 
his lands &c., being of age. 

Alan de Chartris agrees, and recollects it because thrfee years before the 
said John's birth he had seisin of the lands of Joan his wife, which was 
25 years ago and more at the feast of St. Nicholas last. 

James de Sibford, knight, agrees, and knows it by the relation of the 
said Andrew and other trustworthy men, who used to wonder that the 
said John had not seisin of his lands being of full age. 

Richard le Mariscal of Stonlee agrees, and knows it because at that time 
he w^as of the household of Humphrey (Unfredi) de Boun, great grand- 
father of the said John, and a month after the said birth Beatrice his 
own mother bore a daughter Agnes, who if she had Uved would be 22 
about the feast of St. James next. 

Robert le Freman of Weston agrees, and knows it because on 
Wednesday after Palm Sunday, 9 Edw. I, after the death of the said 
countess an.inquisition was made as to her lands &c. and the jurors said 
that the said John was her heir and would be 10 years of age at the feast 
of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next following. 

Richard le Haueker of Kestan agrees, and says that within four days 
after the said birth he had news of it, and at the feast of the Purification 
following, Isabel his wife bore a son John, who was 21 at the said feast 
last past. 

Roger le Lord of Lethton and Nicholas Hildegar agree, and know 
it by the common report of the country, and relation of many trustworthy 
men. 

Alexander Walkelyn agrees, and recollects it because at the feast of 
St. Peter ad Vincula, 1 Edw. I, he took one Basiha to wife, and at the feast 
of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist previous, the said John was 2 years 
of age. 

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155. Roger de Cheles alias de Chelles. 

Writ to be retiuned to the treasurer &c. of the exchequer, 20 Oct. 
21 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Great Sutton on Friday the feast of St. Leonard, 21 Edw. I. 
Little Sutton. A messuage and a bovate of land (extent given), held 
of the king in chief by service of 9d. which is assigned to the farm 
of the sheriff of Salop, and he owed two appearances at the sheriff's 
turn at Monselowe. 

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Lauton. 9a. arable, a little meadow, and a cottage, held of Roger 
Baskervile, knight, by service of ridiag with the said Roger in co. 
Salop on his own horse but at the charges of his lord. 
Robert his son, aged 21 at the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed 
Virgin Mary in the year abovesaid, is his next heir. 

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156. Isabel de Foetibtjs, countess of Albemarle. 

Writ, 13 Nov, 21 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton, 26 Dec. 22 Edw. I. 

Rodeston. The manor (extent given) held in dower by the death of 

WiUiam de Portibus, sometime earl of Albemarle, her husband, 

whereof she was dowered by Eong Henry, and held the manor of the 

king, service unknown. 

Heir unknown, but the said William held the manor of Robert de 

Tateshal by service of | knight's fee. 

Whitefeld. 24a. arable, 2a. meadow, and a grove of wood, held in dower 
of the serjeanty of Whitefeld, which land &c. one Gilbert de Montibus 
then lord of Whitefeld deUvered to one WiUiam de Fortibus the elder 
for a term of years unknown. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton, 26 Nov. 22 Edw. I. 

Navesby. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Henry de Lacy, earl of 
Lincoln, by service of a knight's fee. One Richard de Clare, some- 
time earl of Gloucester, gave the manor to one WilHam de Fortibus, 
earl of Albemarle, in free marriage with the said Isabel, to hold to 
him and his heirs by the said Isabel, and because she died without 
heir of herself, the said manor ought to revert to Gilbert now earl of 
Gloucester, who is of fuU age. 

OxroRD. Inq. made at Newenham, 13 Jan. 22 Edw. I. 

Neweham. The manor (extent given), including 2 fisheries, and a ferry 
on the Thames, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of the 
chamber and carrjdng the third key of reception. 

Heyford Waryn. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, held of 
the earl of Cornwall by service of a knight's fee ; and Elizabeth 
late the wife of Thomas de Brewete receives yearly as dower \5l. from 
the manor. 

Warin de Insula, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

Dorset. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

Ebrichton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief pertaining 
to the barony of Cristechirche Twynham. 

Hugh, son and heu? of Sir Hugh de Curtenay, aged 18, is her next heir. 

SuTTOLK. Inq. 21 Nov, 22 Edw. I. 

Clopton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in dower by service 
of a sparrow-hawk. 

King Edward is heir of the said manor. 



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Heetford. Inq. Sunday after St. Edmund the King, 22 Edw. I. 

Posho. A messuage and a carucate of land, 100a. wood, 26a. meadow, 
a water-mill, 20a. pasture, 11. assised rent, pleas &o. held of William 
de Say by service of 3 knights' fees. 

Warin de Insula, knight, is her next heir and of full age. 

Devon. Inq. Saturday before St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

Plymtone. The manor (extent given), including a castle, ISl. 4s. 2d, rent 
of the borough of Plymton, and pasture at Dertemore, held, together 
with all her other lands in the county, of the king in chief by service 
of 89 knights' fees. 

Hugh son of Hugh de Curteney, aged 18 on the feast of the Invention 
of the Holy Cross last, is her heir. 

Devon. Inq. Sunday before St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

Exministre. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief as last 
abovesaid. 

Heir unspecified. 

Devok. Inq. Thursday after St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

Tuverton. The manor and borough (extent given) held of the king in 
chief as last abovesaid. 

Heir as above in the inquisition concerning Pljrmtone. 

Devon. Inq. Thursday after St. Andrew, 22 Edw. I. 

Toppisham. The manor (extent given) held of the kiug in chief as last 
abovesaid. 

Heir as last abovesaid. 

E, Enrolments of Inq. 'p.m. doc. Roll. 4. m. 14, 

157. Geoffrey de Chedle. 

Writ to the escheator of co. Chester, 26 May, 22 Edw. I. 
Chester. Ivjq. Wednesday after St. Barnabas. 

Chedle. The manor held of the king in chief for 1 knight's fee, by doing 
the service of a knight, rendering yearly a mark of rent called 
' revegal,' finding a doomsman (jvdicator) at the king's court of his 
manor of Macclesfeud every fortnight, doing his share of the hedge 
(haya) round the chace of ' le Combes ' in the forest of Macclesfeud, 
and giving the sergeants of the peace of the manor of Macclesfeud 
food (putura) every month from the foreign lands of the said manor 
of Chedle. 
Macclesfeud. A carucate of land within the forest, rendering to the 
king 6d. a year for all service. 

Geoffrey his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

0. Edw. I. File 67 (1.) 

158. Walter Maunsel of Hoton. 

Writ, 6 May, 22 Edw. I. 
[Cumberland.] Inq. made at Carlisle on Tuesday after St. Dunstan, 
22 Edw. I. 



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Hoton. A messuage and la. land, held of the king in chief, rendering 
4d. yearly. 
Patrick his son, is his next heir and of fuU age. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (2.) 

159- Thomas de Westswyndone. 

Writ {missing). 
[Wilts.] Inq. made at Chyppeham, 1 August, 22 Edw. I. 

Quemerforde. Half a virgate of land with the bedeky of the hundred 
of Cahie, held of Lady MiUcent de Monte Alto in chief by service 
of lib. cummin yearly. 
John Elys his brother, aged 40, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (3.) 

160. RlCHAKD DE HaEDENE. 

Writ, 17 Oct. 22 Edw. I. 
[Wilts.] Inq. 26 Oct. 22 Edw, I. {defaced.) 

Harden. \\a. land with the bailiwick of the king's forest of Savemak 
which is called the ' Broyl of Bedewynd ' held of the king in chief 
by service of 85. yearly at the castle of Devises {castr' de vyses) ; and 
a messuage, 14s. 9fd. rent, 80a. arable, 2a. meadow, . . . . , and 
pasture, held of WiUiam de Harden (?) by service of finding a man 
with a horse and a sack for clothes for fifteen days at his own charges 
in time of war. 

Roger de Harden, brother of John de Harden father of the said 
Richard, agpd 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (4.) 

161. [*Deest Roger le Rtjs. 

GLOtrcESTER. Harescumbe. The manor. 
Gloucestr', (suit of) court. 
Brokethorp. Three virgates of land belonging to the Barton of 

Gloucester. 
Duntesbum. A virgate.] 

162. John de Bacheworth. 

Writ, 25 Sept, 22 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. Saturday after St. Michael, 22 Edw. I. 

Haselingfeud. 55a. arable, 5a. meadow, pasture, 32s. 7fd. rents of 
free tenants, and rents and works of customary tenants, held of the 
king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 

Roger his son, aged 20, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (5.) 

* Thus given in the calendar printed in 1806, and still missing. 



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163- JOEDAN' DE TlDBBINTON olioS DE TYDEBIlirTON. 

Writ, to the escheator in co. Chester, 25 June, 22 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Maclesfeld on Monday, after the Translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 22 Edw. I. 
Tyderinton, held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 
Hugh his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (6.) 

164. John Pycot alias Pychot of Heydene. 

Writ, 18 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 15 May, 22 Edw. 1. 

Heyden. A messuage &c. 200a. arable, la. meadow, 2|a. pasture, 
2\a. wood, 51s. l|d. assised rents, works and rents of poultry and 
eggs, and half a virgate of land, all held of the king in chief by 
serjeanty of holding a towel {manutergium) before the king on the 
day of his coronation and carrying it away. 

John his son, aged 21 at the feast of the Purification last, is his next 
heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 67. (7.) 



165. John Pycot alias Pikot, Pykot, of Radechf upon Soar. 

Writ, 29 June, 22 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
22 Edw. I. 
Radeclif and Kynston. A qapital messuage &c., 11 virgates of land, 
each containing 18a. arable, 10a. meadow, a water-mill, 405. 3|d. 
rents of free tenants, 13 customers each holding a virgate of land 
in viUenage (services specified), and 13 cottages, aU held of the king 
in chief by service of mewing a goshawk (austurcum) and finding two 
bearers for two of the king's goshawks at the king's charges ; and 
4 virgates of arable land in demesne, each containing 18a., held of 
the king in chief at fee farm by service of 23s. Qd. yearly. 

He died on the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr. 
Peter son of Peter Pykot, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next 
heir, 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (8.) 

166. Peter de Melsa of Utthom. 

Writ, 10 June, 22 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Hedon on Thursday after SS. Peter and Paul, 

22 Edw. I. 
Utthorn. A messuage, 7 tofts, 8 bovates of land, and a windmill, held 

of the king in chief as of the honour of Albemarle by knight's service, 

and doing suit at the king's wapentake of Holdemess. 
(Unspecified.) He also held in free service of Peter de la Twyer Id. 

yearly for 5 bovates of land ; of WiUiam de Walecote ^d. for 



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2 bovates of land ; of Elizabeth daughter of the said Peter Id. for 
1 bovate of land; of John Chancy Id. for a toft ; of John son of Odo 
45. for I bovate of land ; and of Hugh de Berstwyk Id. for a toft in 
Eske. 
Phihp his son, aged 23 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (9.) 



167. Geoffeby Pttnsabd. 

Writ, 25 June, 22 Edw. I. 
Beeks. Jnq. made at Hading on Friday after St. James, 22 Edw. I. 

Himgerford and la HuUe. Two virgates of land, including a messuage, 
40a. arable, 2a. meadow, 5a. wood, and 5s. Id. rent, held of the Ifing 
in chief by serjeanty of turning a spit (hastam tornand'). 

Saundone. 5a. arable, 2a. meadow, and 5s. rent, held of the earl of 
Leicester, rendering 6d. yearly ; and 15a. land, la. meadow, and 
la. pasture, held of Sir WiUiam de Brutenoles by knight's service. 

Geoffrey son of Laurence Punsard, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (10.) 



168. Htjgh de Byene. 

Writ, 4 July, 22 Edw. I. 
NoTTnirGHAM. Inq. made at Kynston on Sunday before St. Margaret 
22 Edw. I. -^ s . 

Radechf upon Soar. A capital messuage and 28a. arable, held of the 
king in chief by service of 7s. yearly, and rendering 12d. yearly to 
the lord of the manor. 

John son of Adam de Byrne, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next 
heir. 

Heetfoed. iTiq. Wednesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 22 Edw. I. 

Thorlee in the parish of Storteford. The manor (extent given), held 
of the bishop of London by service of ^ knight's fee; and 
22s. 5|d. are due yearly to the said bishop. 

He died on Monday before the Ascension. John de Byrne his brother 
is his next heir and of fuU age. ' 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (11.) 

169. WrciiAM DE RoTTLEB alias de Rowblby. 

Writ, 12 Nov. 22 Edw. I. 
YoEK. Ivq. Monday, the eve of St. Thomas the Apostle, 23 Edw. 1. 

Kyngeston upon Hul. Four tofts, which render 29s. 4d. yearly to the 
king. 

He died on Thursday before St. Laurence, 22 Edw. I, and his 
lands were taken into the king's hand on the Saturday after the 
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Of his next heir nothing is known because he was born in Harwys 
ten leagues from London ; he who says he is the heir, is beUeved to be 
about 16 years of age. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (12.) 

170. William le Kijyght alias le Knyth. 

Writ, 1 Aug. 22 Edw. I. 
SoxrTHAMPTON. luq. made at Andevere, 5 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 

Kubbelwyke. A messuage and f virgate of land, held of Gilbert de 

Nevill, rendering 14s. Qd. yearly, and \Bd. for the king's royal 

service, when scutage shall happen. 

His daughters, Maud, Sarra, Agnes and Joan, aged 20 and more, are 
his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (13.) 

171. Alice de LTrTON. 

Writ, 5 Oct, 22 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. Saturday, the feast of St. Denis, 22 Edw. I. 

Hertwell. A messuage, 60a. arable, 8a. meadow, 76s. assised rent, 

customers and cottars. 
Hampden. A messuage, 36a. arable, 17s. \\d. assised rent, a wood, 
customers and cottars. 

All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee ; and 
there are due \2d. yearly to the sherifE of Buckingham for hidage. 

William de Luton, knight, aged 56 at the feast of St. Mark last, is 
her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (14.) 

172. Rose {Roesia) Tbussell. 

Writ, 6 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Staetoed. Inq. Friday in Easter week, 22 Edw. I. 

Cublesdone. The manor (extent given), includiag a fishery, held of 
William le Botiler of Wemme [a minor and in the king's wardship] 
by service of a man on foot with a bow and arrows in time of war at 
Tyrleg for fifteen days at her own charges, whilst there is war 
between England and Wales. 

WiUiam [TrusseU] her son, aged 32 on the feast of St. Thomas the 
Apostle, 22 Edw. I, is her next heir. 

Stafford. Inq. taken at Lappelg' on Tuesday after the octave of Easter, 
22 Edw. I. 
Hales Trussell. The manor (extent given of as much as is in the county), 
including a fishery, held of Sir Richard son of Alan for \ knight's 
fee, doing for the same the service of one man with an unbarded horse, 
iron cap, and lance, at Oswestry {Album Monasterium) at her own 
charges for six weeks whilst there is war between England and 
Wales, wardship and marriage. 

Heir as above. 



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Salop. Inq. made at Schirrevishales on Wednesday after St. Mark, 
22 Edw. I. 
Hales. The manor (extent given of as much as is in the county), including 
a fishery in the moat roimd the court and in that part of the fish 
pond which is within the county, held of Richard earl of Arundel, 
by service of finding in time of war between England and Wales 
a man for forty days with habergeon of raw hide (havberjunum 
crvdum) and baciaet, with an unbarded horse, in the castle of 
Oswestry at her own charges. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (15.) 



173. William de Insula. 

Writ, 6 March, 22 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. taken at Cerd on Saturday the feast of SS. PhiHp and James, 
22 Edw. I. 

Wondestre and Stath. A fourth part of the manors (extents given), 
including a wood in the forest of Selewode, held of Sir Roger de 
Molys by knight's service, for a fourth part of 1| knight's fee. 

Chafcom. A messuage and garden, 8s. 8d. assised rent, 30a. arable, 
4a. meadow, pasture, 20a. underwood, and the advowson of the 
church with alternate presentation, held of the abbot of Forde in 
free socage, paying lis. 6d. yearly. 

Amydonia his daughter, aged nearly half *a year, is his next heir. __ 

G. Edw. I. File 67. (16.) 



174. Maxtgee de Sancto Albino. 

Writ, 13 August, 22 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. made at Exeter on Saturday the feast of the Decollation of 

St. John the Baptist, 22 Edw. I. 
Ho. The manor, held jointly with Isabel his wife, who still survives, 

of Peter de Prydiaus, son of Roger de Prydyaus, by service of a knight's 

fee, and the said Peter held of the barony of Hurberton, which is 

in the king's hand. 
Slapton. Twenty hbrates of land held jointly, as above, of Wilham son 

of Martin by service of \ knight's fee. 
Pearrecumb. The manor, held jointly as above, of the said William 

Martin by service of a knight's fee. 
(Unspecified.) A water-miU, held jointly as above, of the heir of Philip 

de Reneton by service of Id. yearly. 
PydekewUle. The manor held by the said Mauger of Sir Geoffrey de 

Caunvyle by service of a knight's fee. 
Hamme. The manor held of Thomas de Djrton (?) by service of a 

knight's fee. 

Mauger his son, aged 12, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67, (17.) 



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175. John db Monte Alto. 

Writ, 20 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. made at Ayl(esbury) on Tuesday after SS. Philip and 
Jamea, 22 Edw. 1. 
Okie. A messuage, 230a. arable by the lesser hundred, and a wood, 
held of the heirs of Geoffrey de Chaham, rendering Id. yearly to 
them, and to the earl of Gloucester a'pair of gilt spurs or 6d. 

Adam his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

Northampton. Inq. 6 May, 22 Edw. I. 

Solegrave. A manor (extent given) held of Sir Robert de Pinkeneye 
in chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

Oxford. Inq. 21 May, 22 Edw. I. 

Great LiUingston. 100a. arable, 2a. meadow, a several pasture, 21s. Id. 
rent of free tenants, 3 bondmen {nativi), each holding \ virgate and 
rendering 3s. yearly, and a fourth holding the same and rendering 
5«., held of the king in chief by service of a pair of gilt spurs or 6d. 
yearly at the king's exchequer ; 10a. arable held of Richard Grosset ; 
and 3|a. held of John de Olneye and 85. rent ; from aU of which a 
pair of gilt spurs or Qd. is due yearly to the king ; and Helen, late 
his wife, was jointly enfeoffed with lum of the same. 

Heir as last above. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (18.) 

176. Robert de Plbssetis. 

Writ, 3 March, 22 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 12 Dec. 23 Edw. I. 

Felstede. A messuage &c., 68a. arable, 6a. meadow, and 6a. wood, 
held of Philip de Molesham in socage by service of his homage ; 
and 4a. land and la. meadow, held of Walter de Glaunville in socage 
by service of rendering \Qd. yearly. 

Great Waltham. A messuage called ' la Heghalle,' 27a. land, 2a. meadow, 
2a. wood cut down, 2a. pasture and 4s. Qd. assised rent, held of 
Humphrey de Boun earl of Hereford by service of -^ knight's 
fee ; 4a. land held of the said Humphrey by service of rendering 
18ci. yearly ; 2a. land and la. meadow, held of Hugh de Bibbesworth 
by service of rendering \5d. yearly ; 11a. land held of Robert Stiward 
by service of homage ; and 2a. land held of John Seman by service 
of rendering 8(i. yearly. 

John his son, aged 9, is his next heir. 

Writ to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer, sending them the 
above inquisition suh pede sigilli and bidding them search the rolls 
of the exchequer to find whether the said Robert held anything 
of the king in chief, 28 Feb, 23 Edw. I. 

Return of the said treasurer &c. It was not found in the roUs that the 
said Robert held anything of the king in chief. 

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177- Philippa late the wife of Roger de Lancaster. 

Writ, 1 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. 20 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 

Thyngden. A toft where a capital messuage used to be, 32a. arable, 
3a. meadow, a mill let to farm for 20s. yearly, 12s. perquisites of 
the market, 45. rent of ^ree tenants, 50s. rent of sokemen, and 6s. 8d. 
perquisites of court, held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
John de Lancaster her son, aged 24 and more, is her next heir. 

Essex. Inq. 19 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 

Est Hammes. A messuage &c., 200a. arable, 3a. meadow, 15Z. assised 

rent, works worth 40s. yearly, and a windmill, held of the king in 

chief by service of J knight's fee. 
Great Hoyland. 120a. arable, 6a. meadow, 16s. assised rent, and 

works worth 5s. 6d. yearly, held of the king in chief by service of 

J knight's fee. 
Stanstede Mofichet. A messuage &c., 320a. arable, 10a. meadow, a park, 

6a. pasture, 60s. assised rent, a moiety of a water-mill, and works 

worth 36s., held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

Writ, 1 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. (undated). 

Hedon on the Wall. A fourth part of the manor. 
Stiforde. A fourth part of the manor. 
Angyrton. A fourth part of the manor. 

All held of the king in chief by service of a fourth part of 5 knights' 
fees. 
Newton. A fourth part of the manor held of Sir John de BaU' in free 

marriage. 
Dodington. A fourth part of the manor held of Sir William de Vesci by 
service of doing suit at his (court) at Alnewyc. 
Heir as last above. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (20.) 

178. Sabina Mtjstel. 

Writ, 2 August, 22 Edw. I. 
[LxNCOLN.] Extent made at Wraggeby on Wednesday before the Assumption, 
22 Edw. I. 

West Tyrington. A capital messuage &c., 6 bovates of arable land in 
demesne, 15s. id. rent of free tenants, and 4s., lib. pepper and 2lb. 
cummin, rents of bondmen who hold a bovate of land, held of the 
barony of Bayeux which is in the king's hand, by service of 2 knights' 
fees. 

Scamelesby. A capital messuage &c., 5 bovates of arable land, rents 
of free tenants 5s. and lib. pepper, rents of bondmen who hold 
3 bovates of land in bondage 20s., and rents of cottars 16s. 3d., 
held of the earl of Lincoln by service of | knight's fee. 

Adam de Waurevill, Andrew de Halton, and Alice the wife of Jordan 
de Asscheby, each aged 26 and more, are her next heirs. 

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179. William de Babmlyng. 

Writ, 17 May, 22 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Estbarmlyng on Wednesday after the Ascension, 
22 Edw. I. 

Westbarmlyng. The manor (extent given), with the hamlets of Pympe 
and Ledhok, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Vympe. 8a. land in gavelkind, held of Richard de Pympe by service 
of Id. yearly, and there pertain to the same tenure 265. assised rent, 
10 ploughshares price lOd. each, 3 cocks and 36 hens, 230 eggs at 
Easter, 2 sticks of eels on Ash-Wednesday, two tenants who mow, 
and tenants who pay 3s. 4d. gavelrep in autumn. 

Robert his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

O. Edw. I. File 67. (22.) 

180. Thomas de Crtte alias de Crtjwb. 

Writ to Robert de VaUe Regali, escheator in co. Chester, 8 Dec. 

22 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Nantwich {Wycum Mavbanc') on Friday the feast 

of St. Agatha, 22 Edw. I. 
Cruwe, Chelmundeston, Nantwich and Leyhton. A knight's fee held 

of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee in the army of Wales 

according to the custom of the country, and by service of finding 

a doomsman (jvdicator) in the county (court ?) of Chester, and an armed 

horseman twice a year at the fair of Chester at his own costs to keep 

the king's peace ; viz. : — 
Cruwe. Three carucates of land, a water-mill, rents of free tenants 7s. 

and two pairs of gloves worth 2d., and rents of termors (terminariorum) 

11. 16s. U. 
Chelmundeston. The manor. 

Nantwich. 11 |d. yearly rent from a messuage and croft. 
Leyhton. 2a. land and 20d. rents of free tenants. 
Aston. A messuage, 30a. land, 2 water-mills, and rents of free tenants 

8s., a pig or 12d., 6 pairs of gloves price %d., and a rose. 

His daughters, Joan aged 22, Avice aged 4, and Eleanor aged 2|, are 
his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (23.) 

181. Thomas de Ckuwe. 

Writ to Reginald Grey, justice of Chester, to made inquisition concerning 
the value of the lands &c. of the said Thomas, the wardship and 
marriage of whose three daughters and heirs, ought to pertain to 
the king as he understands, 21 March, 22 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. Tuesday after St. Mark, 22 Edw. I. 

Crue. Three carucates of land, a water-mill, 7s. rent of free tenants, 2 
pairs of gloves price 2d. and 11. 16s. \d. rent of termors (terminariorum), 
sum 16Z. 3s. 3d. yearly. 

Chelmundeston. The manor, excepting 6a. land which Sibyl de Crue 
holds, worth 102s. 2d. yearly. 



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Nantwich {Wico Malb.'). ll^d. yearly rent from a messuage and a 

croft. 
Leghion. 2a. land worth. 25. yearly, and 20d. rent of free tenants. 
Aston. 13a. land, and 6 pairs of gloves price 6d. and a rose rent of free 

tenants, worth 9s. 2d. and a rose. 

The marriage of Joan the eldest daughter, aged 22, is worth 

lOl. ; a.nd the wardship and marriage of Amice the second daughter, 

aged 4, is worth 20 marks, and of Eleanor the third daughter, aged 

2| years, is worth 24 marks. 

Writ of certiorari super causa captionis to Robert de VaUe Regali, 
escheator in co. Chester, concerning the lands &c. of Joan, daughter 
of the said Thomas, 8 Oct. 22 Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 2. (10.) 



182. Henry le Sumenur alias le Somenour. 

Writ, 1 May, 22 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Saldeford, 14 May, 22 Edw. I. 

AsweUe. A messuage &c., 75a. land, 4s. assised rent, 4a. meadow 
4Ja. pasture, a water-mill, and 40a. wood, formerly held by Nicholas 
de AsweUe of the king in chief by service of rendering | mark yearly 
at the king's exchequer, which service used to be the serjeanty of 
the king's spit (hastalarie) ; which lands &c. the said Nicholas gave 
by fine levied in the king's court to Henry le Somenour and Walter 
his son to hold to them and the heirs of the said Walter's body, of 
the king in chief by the accustomed services. 

Assewelle. A virgate of land held jointly by the said Henry and Walter 
his son of the heirs of Adam de Northoft by service of 10s. yearly. 

Paunfeld. A messuage and 80a. land, held jointly by the said Henry and 
Walter of the heirs of William de Watevile by service of 15s. yearly. 

Wetheresfeld. A messuage held of WiUiam Attel3dtewatre by the said 
Henry by service of 18d. yearly. ; 140a. land held of John Giffard 
by service of 22s. yearly ; 12a. land held of Geoffrey son of Alexander 
by service of 2d. yearly ; and 7a. land held of John the clerk by 
service of 28d. yearly. 

Hengham. 18a. land held of John de Liston by service of 12s. yearly. 

Saldeford. l|a. meadow held of the heirs of Ralph de Badelesmere 
by service of a clove gillyflower yearly. 

Gosfeld. An alder grove held of Gilbert de Longboys by service of 2s. 
yearly ; and 20a. land held of the heirs of Robert de Bradefeld by 
service of Id. yearly. 

Roger his son, aged 30, is next heir of his lands &o. held in fee. 

Mandate [of the chancellor to the escheator?] to take the homage 
of Walter le Somenour for the lands &c. in Asshewell and give him 
seisin ; and to do right to Roger, son and heir of the said Henry, 
concerning other lands &c. which are not held of the king. Saturday 
thie morrow of St. Swithun. 

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183. Walter son of Henry le Somenur alias le Stjmenur, le Sombnour. 

Writ, 7 August, 22 Edw. I. 

Writ, 10 August, 22 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Branketre, 25 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 

Fynchyngefeld, hamlet of Assewelle. A messuage, 75a. arable, 4s. rent, 
4a. meadow, 4a. pasture, a water-mill, and 40a. wood, held of the 
king in chief by service of rendering J mark at the king's exchequer 
yearly, which service used to be done by serjeanty of the king's spit ; 
which lands &c. one Nicholas de AsseweUe held at one time, and 
gave to Henry le Somenour and Walter his son, to hold to them 
and the heirs of the body of the said Walter, of the king as aforesaid, 
but the said Walter had no heirs of his body, and the jury know 
not to whom belongs the reversion. 

Panfeld. The said Walter at one time held certain lands &c. of Joan 
de Watevile in chief, which he sold to WiUiam Attelyhetewatre 
and WiUiam his son and Thomas de la Freche, to hold to them and 
their heirs of the chief lords of the fee. 

Petition of Nicholas de AssheweU, son and heir of Nicholas de Asshewel 
who enfeoffed Henry le Somenour and Walter his son of the above 
messuage &o. in Eynchingfeud hamlet and Asshewelle, praying the 
king to grajit him the same, as next heir of the said Walter le 
Somenour who died without heirs of his body. {French undated.) 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (25.) 

184. John de Ripariis. 

Writ, 1 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 15 April, 22 Edw. I. 

Aungre ad Castrum. The manor (extent given), including a market, 
at one. time held of the king in chief, of the honour of Boulogne, by 
service of 3 knights' fees. 
Auhgre. The hundred, held of the king, as of the crown, by the gift of 

King Henry III. 
Stanford Ryyeres. The manor (extent given), including a park, at one 
time held of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne. 

But seven years before his death the said John enfeoffed Simon 
de Craye the elder of the abovesaid manors and hundred, to hold to him 
and his heirs, who gave them by fine levied in the king's court to 
the said John de Ripariis and Maud his wife to hold to them and 
the heirs of their bodies of the king in chief. 
John de Ripariis, the younger, son of the said John and Maud, aged 
26 and more, is their next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 67. (26.) 

185. Richard de Suthchirche alias de Sttthcheroh. 

Writ, 2 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 26 April, 22 Edw. I. 

Pritelewell and Sutton. Certain lands &c. called Polstedes Lond (extent 
given), held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Reylee, by 
service of | knight's fee. 



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Suthcherch. A messuage &c., 640q!. land, 5a. meadow, two marshes, 

30a. wood, a windmill, 4:1. 16d. assised rent, and works of customers, 

held of the prior &c. of Christ Church, Canterbury, by service of 

rendering 201. yearly. 
Northorp. 214a. arable held of the heirs of Henry de Thorndon by 

service of } knight's fee. 
Schopelaund. 75. 6d. yearly rent, held of Robert son of Walter by 

service of rendering a rose at midsummer. 
Pritelewell and Sutton. 21a. arable and 24s. 9d. assised rent, held of 

the master of the knights of the Temple by service of rendering 

2s. yearly, and Id. for hidage. 
Little Schobery. 24s. yearly rent, held of the heirs of Benedict de 

Musters, by service of rendering a clove gillyflower yearly. 
Bures and Bartlesdon. 28s. 'id. yearly rent, held of the heirs of John 

Thorel, by service of rendering a root of ginger yearly. 

Peter his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 68. (1.) 

186. Ralph de Bello Campo. 

Writ, 20 April, 22 Edw. I. 
[Bedford.] Extent, Wednesday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 
22 Edw. I. 
Eton. The manor (extent given), including 3 water-mills and a free 
fishery in the river Ouse, held of the king in chief by barony, doing 
the service of a knight's fee in the army. 

He died on Tuesday before SS. Tiburcius and Valerian in the year 
abovesaid. Roger his son, aged 21 at Whitsunday, 21 Edw. I, is his 
next heir. 

[Bedford.] Extent, Thursday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 

22 Edw. I. 
Saundeye. The manor consisting of sandy and poor land (extent 

given), including a free fishery in the water called Yivele, 

and a rabbit warren; which manor pertains to the barony of 

Eton. 
Northgyvele. 63s. assised rent held of Sir Walter de Trayli, by his 

gift, service unspecified. 

Date of death and heir as above. 

[HuHTmoDON.] Inq. Sunday before St. Dunstan, 22 Edw. I. 

Everton. A capital messuage with a croft, 140a. arable sandy and poor, 
2a. meadow, 3a. pasture, 8a. wood, 15s. Id. rent of free tenants, and 
2^ virgates in viUenage held by 5 customers and a cottar ; whereof he 
was enfeoffed jointly with Sibyl his wife and Roger their son, both 
surviving, by Peter de Exton, to hold of the said Peter by service 
of I knight's fee to be done to Nicholas son of Ralph. 
Heir as above. 

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187. Richard de Bello Monte. 

Writ, 23 Jan. 22 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. taken at Barnstaple on Friday after St. Agatha, 22 Edw. I. 

SohirewiU. The free manor (extent given) held for 3 fees, viz., — 2 fees 
held of the heir of Hugh de Curtenay [a minor and in the king's 
wardship], of the honour of Okampton by knight's service, and by 
him of the king in chief, and the third fee held of the countess of 
Albemarle, of the honour of Plympton by knight's service, and by 
her of the king in chief. 

Esford. The hamlet (extent given) held of the heir of Hugh de Curtenay 
of the honour of Okampton for a knight's fee, and by him of the 
king in chief. 

Langcars. The manor (extent given) similarly held for a knight's fee. 

He died on Tuesday the eve of the Epiphany, 22 Edw. I. Philip his 
son, aged 22 on the feast of the Armimciation, 22 Edw. I, is his heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 68, (3.) 

188. William de Whytewelle, alias de Wytewell, de Quitewelle. 

Writ, 25 March, 22 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. Saturday the morrow of St. George, 22 Edw. I. 

Kynggeswynterbom. The manor, viz. — a carucate of land, held of the 
king in chief by service of rendering 40s. yearly at the exchequer 
by the hands of the sheriff of Dorset. 

He died on 15 March. John de Wytewell his brother, aged 40, 
. is his next heir. 

Norfolk. Inq. Monday after St. Mark, 22 Edw. I. 

Skegeton. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Fulk Baniard by service 

of J knight's fee. 
Runhale. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Robert son of Walter 

by service of 3s. 4d. yearly for the guard of Bainard's Castle. 
WyteweUe. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester 

by service of | knight's fee. 

He died on Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 22 Edw. I. John de 
QuiteweUe his brother, is his next heir and of fuU age. 

C. Edw. I. File 68, (4.) 



189. Philip de Albinyaco, alias de Albiniaco, de Albaniaco. 

Writ, 16 July, 22 Edw. I. 
Cornwall. Inq. taken at St. Saviour on Monday before St. Laurence, 
22 Edw. I. 
Fawintone and Husse, held of the earl of Cornwall for ^ knight's fee. 

Elias de Albiniaco is his next heir and of full age. 

Somerset. Inq. Wednesday before St. Lawrence, 22 Edw, I, 

Suthperton, Baryngton and Cheleton. The manors (extents given), 
including a fair, pleas &c. of the himdred on the feast of the 



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Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and a market at Suthperton, 
held of the king in chief by knight's service as one knight's fee, 
and charged with the dower of Isabel de Albiniaco. 
EUas de Albiniaco his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. taken at Ivelcestre on Saturday before St. Laurence, 
22 Edw. I. 
Kjmemersdon. The manor (extent given), including lardarium at the 
feast of St. Martin, head money (chevagium garcionum), and pleas 
&c. of the hundred and court, held of the king in chief by knight's 
service for | knight's fee. 

He held nothing in the county but Suthperton with its members 
and Kynemersdon. 
Heir as last above. 

LiNCGLN. Extent, Monday the eve of St. Laurence, 22 Edw. I. 

Engelby. The manor (extent given) held of Lady Isabel de Roos, 
as of the honour of Belvoir {Beau Veer) by knight's service, amount 
unknown, and by rendering to her 31s. 8d. yearly. 

Heir as last above, aged 26 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 68. (5.) 

190. John de Abingetone, alias de Abyngton. 

Writ, 26 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. Saturday the feast of SS. Philip and James, 22 Edw. I. 

Abyngton. A messuage &o. containing 6a. and a ditch, a windmill, 
166a. arable, 2a. meadow, 8a. pasture and the pasture of a tillage 
in fallow, 74s. lOd. rent of free tenants, 4 bondmen holding 2| 
virgates of land, 2 cottars, and a plot containing 2^a. land enclosed 
with a wall, held of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne for 
a knight's fee ; 8a. land held of Alan le Moyne by homage, 7|d. 
yearly rent, and foreign service for a moiety of the said tenement; 
\ yirgate of land held of the heirs of Robert de Peugers, rendering 
Id. for sheriff's aid and \d. for pontage ; 9a. land held of WiUiam 
de Berle by service of a clove gillyflower ; 3r. land held of the same 
William by service of 2d. ; \a. land held of the same by service 
of a clove gillyflower ; l^a. land held of Andrew de Grendon by 
service of a clove gillyflower ; \a. land held of Laurence de Baudry 
by service of a clove gillyflower ; \\a. land held of Ivo Helewys 
rendering \d. yearly ; and \\a. land held of Alan le Warde, rendering 
\d. yearly. 

Stepelmordon. A messuage, a hide (hidata) of land containing 80a., and 
2a. meadow, held of Sir Thomas de Schalariis for the service of 
\ knight's fee, and rendering \2\d. for sheriff's aid ; 3a. land with 
the meadow adjacent, held of Robert de Northbrok, rendering lib. 
cummin yearly ; 2a. land held of John de Bruey, rendering \d. 
yearly ; 7a. land held of the prior of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem in England, rendering 3s. yearly ; 4a. land held of the 
heirs of Robert de Brescy, rendering a pair of white spurs yearly ; 
and \a. land held of John de Northwyz by service of a clove gilly- 
flower yearly. 



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Holewelle. A certain part of a ferry held of Nicholas de Cheney by 
service of Id. yearly ; and the free tenants there render 18s. 3d. 
yearly, and those in Geldenmordon 2s, 8d, 

William his son, aged 4 on the feast of the Annunciation last, is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. file, 68. (6.) 

191. WmtlAM DE ECHINGHAM olioS DB ECHYNaHAM. 

Writ, 11 May, 22 Edw. I. 
BxTCKiNGHAM. Ivq. Saturday before the Ascension, 22 Edw. I. 

Padebury. A messuage, 200a. arable by the lesser hundred, 16a. meadow, 
8o. several pasture, IZl. 2s. 6d. assised rents of free tenants, customers 
and cottars, works, a water-mill, an oven, and 6s. 8d. pleas &c., 
held of John son of John son of Alan for | knight's fee ; and 
there are due to the sheriff for suit, view (and) hidage &s. 6d. yearly, 
and to John son of John son of Alan for the miU, 2d, 
William his son, aged 28 at the feast of the Purification last, is his 

next heir. 

StrssEX. Extent, Wednesday the eve of the Ascension, 22 Edw. I, 

Pekedene. The manor (extent given) held of the honour of Laigle, 
which is in the king's hand, by service of 2 fees of Mortain, suit 
at the chief court of the honour, and so much guard of the castle 
of Pevenese as pertains to two knights' fees of the said honour, 
viz. — 1 mark ; 36a. arable in the manor held of Robert Davy by 
service of ^ knight's fee ; 7a. arable held of William Maufe by 
service of a rose yearly ; 32a. arable held of the abbot of Begeham 
by service of 10s. yearly ; and 2a. arable held of Thomas le Warde by 
service of 16^^. ; and William de Echingham gave to John de la 
Bemette for life 106s. 8d. yearly, to be received from the said 
manor. 

Bedigham. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot of Gresteyn 
by a fee farm of 40s. yearly ; and a pasture within the manor held 
of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of 10s. yearly ; and 
there are due to the hospital of lepers, Seford, 40s. which the 
ancestors of the said William gave to the lepers in frank almoin. 

Echingham. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Brittannia, 
earl of Richmond, by service of 7 knights' fees and suit at his 
court. 

Derefold. A tenement called Derefold (extent given) held of Sir John 
de Brittannia by service of Id. yearly. 

Sokenershe. The manor (extent given) held of John de Sancto 
Leodegario by service of 3s. yearly and suit at his court of Werteling. 

Odimere. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Brittannia, 
service unknown ; and 70a. arable and 10a. wood in the same 
manor, held of the abbot of Fiscamp by service of 32s. yearly and 
suit at the court of Bred'. 

William his son, aged 28 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 68. (7.) 

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192. GiLBEET i)E Nevill alias db Nevile. 

Writ, 8 July, 22 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Iriq. made at Andevere, 28 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Perharii. A moiety (extent given) held of the king in chief, of the 
inheritance of Cecily his wife, now living, for | knight's fee. 
John de Nevile, aged 26, is next heir of the said Gilbert and Cecily. 

Wilts. Inq. 16 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Derynton. A knight's fee held of the king in chief by service of finding 
two esquires with horses and arms for forty days at his own charges, 
and if the king shall wish to keep them longer they shall remain 
at the king's charges. 
John his son, aged 26, is his heir. 

[LofOOLN.] Extent made at Edenham on Wednesday after St. James the 
Apostle, 22 Edw. I. 
Grymesthorp. A capital messuage &c., 6 bovates of arable land in 
demesne, a windmiU, a httle wood with a several pasture for oxen, 
8s. Sid. rent of free tenants, 60s. rent of bondmen holding 5 bovates 
of land, 165. rent of cottars holding 8 cottages, and 2s. pleas &c. of 
' court, held of Gilbert de Gaunt as a member of his manor of Folking- 
ham, by service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 25 and more. 

LnsrcoLiir. Extent made at Castre on Saturday the eve of St. James the 
Apostle, 22 Edw. I. 

Ketelby. The manor (extent given), including rent from a water-miU 
held by a tenant, for hfe, whereof one moiety held of the king in 
chief, as of the honour of Albemarle, by service of ^ knight's fee, 
and the other moiety held of Sir William de Roos by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

Glaumford Bridge. A market with toll and stallage at the fair on the 
feast of St. James. 

North Cotes. 21s. and 8 quarters of salt yearly rent. 

Nettelton. A capital messuage &c., 8 bovates of arable land in demesne, 
a water-mill, 67s. 3d., a pair of gloves worth Id., smd 2Zi>. cummin, 
worth l^d. a pound, rents of free tenants, 4s. rents of bondmen 
holding 2 bovates of laiid, who shall give 8d. at the feast of SS. Peter 
and Paul for a custom called ' slatterbon,' and do reaping in autumn, 
rents of cottars, and 12d. pleas &c. of court, held of the heirs of John 
de NeviU by service of 20d. for the guard of the castle of Dover, 
20s. to the said heirs, and lOs. to the prior of Sixel; 
Heir as last above. 

C. Edw. I. File 68. (8.) 



193. SlMOlSr LE COSTESTABLE. 

Writ, 1 March, 22 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. taken at the grange of Lamb thorp on Saturday before Palm 
Sunday, 22 Edw. I. ' 

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of land in demesne, 5 bovates in bondage, a wood, a windmill, and 

15 cottages ; and 3 bovates of land held of him by WiUiam de 

Purno by homage and foreign service. 
Neuton Conestable. 13 bovates of land with tofts and 3 cottages. 
Merton. 9 bovates of land in bondage with 9 tofts, . . . worth 

3s. 6d. yearly, and 2 cottages. 
Paghel. 4 bovates of land in bondage, id. rent from Stephen de Paghel, 

2s. 6d. from Thomas the chaplain, 2s. 6d. from William de Camera, 

12d. from Robert Bonding, . . . fd!. from Thomas le Palmer, 

and T^d. from Stephen the chaplain. 
Holm. 7a. 3r. land and a plot (placeam). 
Tharlestorp. 4 bovates of land in bondage, too plots of land, the site 

of a sheepfold, and a windmill. 
Halsem. A capital messuage &c., 16 bovates of land in demesne, 28 

bovates of land in bondage, a bovate without a toft, 16 tofts and 

cottages, 8 (?) acres of ' forland ' and a windmiU ; and 2 bovates of 

land held by WiUiam Sparuic (?) by homage and service of 10s. 

yearly. 
West Halsem. 2 bovates and 4a. of land, held by Nicholas de Thorn by 

foreign service. 
Est Halsem. A bovate of land held by the same Nicholas by service 

of lib. cummin ; and a toft held by John de Melsa by service of 

^d. yearly. 
Burton (?) Conestable. 7 bovates of land held by William Hauteyn 

by homage and foreign service, and 3 bovates of land held by Ralph 

de Glouc(estre) by knight's service. 
Merton. A bovate of land held by William de Esthorp by knight's 

service ; J bovate held by Robert de Purno by knight's service 

and lib. cummin ; and 4J bovates held by the prioress of Swjnie by 

knight's service. 
Halsem. An old rabbit warren. 

An the above the said Simon held of the king in chief by knight's 

service, and doing guit at the wapentake of Holdemess for the 

tenement of Westmerton only. 
Kayngham. A plot of land called ' Pethyland ' held of the king by 

service of 13^d. yearly. 
Ravenser. A messuage held of Walter Prest. 
Hedon. 3s. rent in the borough from the messuage of Godfrey le 

Raton[er ?J, a rose from the messuage of Stephen le Taillur, a pair 

of gloves from John Cotes, 12d. from the messuage of Andrew de 

Werington, 2s. 6d. rent from the messuage of Hugh Odeling, 2s. 6d. rent 

from the messuage of Laurence Aid, and 6s. rent from the messuage 

of Stephen in le Wyleghes. 
Otringham. A toft held of the heirs of William de Laceles by service 

of Id. yearly, 2 tofts, pasture for four oxen and a toft, 6d. from the 

toft of Robert Prest, 6d. from the toft of Stephen Ingram, Id. from 

a bovate of land of Robert son of Peter, and Id. from a bovate held 

by William de Camerington. 
Merton. A bovate of land and a toft held of William de Purno by service 

of li. 
Neuton Conestable. A bovate of land and 2 cottages, held of William 
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Sprotele. A mere (?) (marram) held of the heirs of Simon de Ver by- 
service of Id. yearly; 2a. Ir. land held of Augustine Peverel by 
service of a clove gillyflower ; and Id. rent from 9 bovates held 
by Simon de Lund. 
Robert his son, aged 29 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ, 1 March, 22 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. "^Inq. Monday the morrow of the Decollation of St. John the 

Bantist. 22 Edw. I. 
Lincoln" City. A messuage in the suburb held of his own acquisition 

of Aubrey daughter of John Braund by service of Id. yearly, 

rendering Id. yearlv to the king. 
Leggesby and Hotham." 100s. yearly rent from a tenement which the 

prior and convent of Sixel hold in frank ahnoin, held of Sir Robert 

de Tweng, service unknown. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 68. (9.) 



194. Philip Btjenell alias Bxtrnel. 

Writ dated at Crevequer, 3 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Writ dated at Portesmuth, 8 July, 22 Edw. I. 
[Stafford.] Inq. made at Wolvemehampton on Wednesday after St. Peter 
ad Vincula, 22 Edw. I. 
La Horewode. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, held of 
John son of Philip for his homage and service and Id. yearly at 
Easter. 
Edward his son, aged 7 on the feast of St. Mary Magdalen last, is his 
next heir. 

[Stafford.] Inq. Wednesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 22 Edw. I. 

Wolvemehampton. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, 
and 10s. ' fryth sealver,' held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
King Henry III held the manor in demesne as of fee and gave it 
with other lands &c. to Henry de Hastinges in exchange for lands 
&c., which came to him of the inheritance of Ranulph earl of Chester: 
and John de Hastinges, who now is, granted it to Robert Bumell. 

Heir as above. 

Hereford. Inq. taken at Kyngespevme on Tuesday the feast of St. Margaret, 
22 Edw. I. 
Scotodeshyd. Certain lands &c. held by Philip de Burleye of the demise 
of the said Philip Burnel to hold for life of the chief lords of the fee 
by the services due, paying 7 marks yearly to the said Philip and 
his heirs. 

Heir as above, aged 6 years. 

Gloucester. Inq. Tuesday the feast of St. Laurence, 22 Edw. I. 

Little Risindon. The manor (extent given) held for a knight's fee of 
the earl of Cornwall, who holds of the king by knight's service. 
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convent of Godestowe ; and the earl of Cornwall holds a view of 
frankpledge there and takes from those in the tithing 45. yearly 
and other amercements arising from the view. 

Heir as above, aged 7 years, entering the eighth. 

[Gloucester.] Inq. Thursday after St. James, 22 Edw. I. 

Henton by Sobbuxi. 100a. arable, 12a. meadow without the close, 
meadow in a croft near the house, a house rendering 2s. M. yearly, 
and a ruined grange and a little house, held of Sir Guy Perre in cjiief , 
who has the said land of the king's gift as wardship of the son and 
heir of Sir James Russel who is in the king's hand. 

His son, aged 7, is his next heir. 

Worcester. Inq. Wednesday the eve of St. Mary Magdalen, 22 Edw. I. 
Doddeleye. A capital messuage &c., 48a. land, 3a. meadow, a several 
pasture, and 375. 8|(i. rent of free tenants, held of the heir of Roger 
de Someri by service of Id. yearly ; and a parcel {'pariiculam) of 
land and meadow held of William Corteys, rendering 2Qd. yearly, 
and rendering &d. to the church of St. Thomas, Doddeleye. 

Heir as above, aged 6 at the feast of St. Mary Magdalen last. 

Worcester. Inq. Thursday the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 22 Edw. I. 

Kydermoster. A capital messuage, 210a. land, Sja. meadow, a park, 
a fishpond, a moiety of a water-mill, &5s. 2d. rents of free tenants, 
575. \0\d. rents of bondmen {nativorum), 10s. \Qd. rent of a weir, the 
work and tallages of 16 bondmen, pleas &c. of court, and toll of the 
market, held of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Eymore within the precincts of the manor of Kydermoster. A ruined 
messuage, 26a. land, a several pasture, and 18s. 4d. rents of free 
tenants, held of Simon de Alvedeleye by service of Id. yearly. 

Dunclent by Kydermoster. . 65. M. rent from a free tenant, held of 
Stephen de Bosco, service unspecified. 

Heir as last above. 

Worcester. Inq. Tuesday the feast of St. Margaret, 22 Edw. I. 

Hanley WiUiam. A capital messuage &c., 2 canicates of land con- 
taining 120a., 2a. meadow, a several pasture, and 45. 2\d. \lh. 
cummin {simini) and a peppercorn rents of free tenants, held 
of Robert de Plecy in chief by service of being with the said Robert 
in the Welsh war and remaining there at the said Robert's charges 
with unbarded {nudo) hor&e, iron baeinet (bacino ferreo) and hauberk 
{lorica), and doing suit at the court of Worcester and the hundred 
of Dodyntre. 

Chyldrene Hanleye. A capital messuage, 60a. land, and 345. ll|d. 
rent of free tenants, held of the same Robert in chief in socage 
rendering 205. yearly. 

Ketelescur' by Chil^ene Hanleye. A messuage, 90a. land, 5a. meadow, 
a several pasture and a water-mill, held of William de Sodynton, 
lord of Eastham, rendering 5s. yearly and owing suit at the court 
of Eastham every three weeks. 

Bastwode by Ketelescur'. A messuage, 42a. land, la. meadow, a several 
pasture, and 7s. 6d. rent of a free tenant, held of the said William 



118 INQUISITIONS. 



in chief, rendering to him the said Is. Gd. rent, and owing suit at his 
court every three weeks. 
HuUe by Bastwode. A capital messuage, 30a. land, a several pasture, 
and 6s 5d. rents of free tenants, held of the said WilMam m chief, 
rendering 15d. to him, 5s. 3d. to ... , 12d. to Reynald le Porter 
and Id. to the church of Eastham. 
Heir as above, aged 7 years on the feast of St. Mary Magdalen next. 

Hertford. Inq. made at Baldak on Thursday after St. James, 22 Edw. I. 
Berle. 5 marks yearly rent by the hands of Walter the clerk of Berle, 
from 200a. land there, held in part of Ralph son of Fulk by service 
of 2s. yearly, and in part of William de Gravele by service of 46s. 
Heir as above, age unknown. 

[Essex.] Inq. made at Thremhal, 25 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Stanstede Munfichet. Hugh de la Val had certain lands &c. by the 
courtesy of England, which he demised to Robert Burnel to hold 
to him and his heirs, for the life of the said Hugh. The said 
Philip held no lands &c. there in fee &c. 

[Essex.] Inq. 27 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Great Holaunde. A messuage with dove-cot, 380a. arable by the lesser 
hundred, 19|a. meadow, 55a. wood, a marsh, 46s. 2|d. rent of assize, 
works of customers, gavelacres worth 8s. 8d., 10s. perquisites of 
court, and a windmill, held of the king in chief by service of three 
parts of a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 7 years. 

[Essex.] Inq. 25 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Lachyndon and LaUinge. A messuage, 140a. land, 4a. pasture, a marsh, 
and 17s. 3d. assised rent, held of the prior of Canterbury by service 
of rendering yearly at the treasury of Canterbury 26s. 8d., and to 
the said prior 225. ; 30a. land held of the heirs of Hugh son of Hotes 
by service of rendering yearly a pair of gilt spurs or 6d. ; a piece 
of marsh held of John de Gloucestre by service of rendering 
Id. yearly ; 8a. land held of Richard son of John by service of 4d. 
yearly ; 1 la. land held of Michael de Poleham by service of 5s. 6d. 
yearly ; 2a. land held of John de Rocheford by service of 6d. yearly ; 
and la. land held of Roger Bajoiard by service of 4d. yearly. 

Edward his son, aged 7, is his heir. 

[Essex.] Inq. made at Chehnersford, 1 August, 22 Edw. I. 

Borham and Little Waltham. A messuage &c., 533a. arable, 23a. 
meadow, 40a. pasture, a park, 7a. wood, 71s. lid. assised rent, 
66s. 4d. assised rent of Fyfed, and works and hens worth 14s. 9d., 
held of the king ia chief of the honour of Boulogne by service of a 
knight's fee. 
Borham. 195a. land, 18a. meadow, 28a. pasture, 8a. wood, and 12s. 5d. 
assised rent, held of the heirs of Richard de Muflfichet by service 
of I knight's fee ; 131a. land, 8a. meadow, 17a. pasture, 22s. ll^d. 
assised rent, and 6a. wood which has been cut down, held of the 
heirs of WiUiam son of Warin de Monte Caniso by service of | knight's 



EDWARD I. 119 



fee and 6s. yearly rent ; and 80a. land held of Staoi de Burnne by 

service of rendering | mark yearly. 
Borham and Springefeld. 24a. land and 30a. wood, held of John FUlol 

by service of rendering 3s. 8d. yearly. 
Thoppingho. 130a. land and 10s, yearlyrent, held of the heirs of Nicholas 

Tregoz by (service of) J knight's fee. 
Little Waltham. 100a. land held of William de Bovile by service of 

rendering 15s. yearly, and 12d. to the church of the same town ; 

20a. land held of Adam de Caylli by service of rendering of 2s. 3d. 

yearly ; and 80a. land held of the heirs of Reginald Peoche by service 

of rendering 3s. every 20 weeks. 

Heir as last above. 

[Essex.] Inq. made at West Hammes 28 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Est Hammes. 101a. land in the marsh, 29a. land, 6a. meadow, 10?. 12s. 
assised rent, ploughing of gavelacres worth 16s. 8d. yearly, rents 
of corn, customers' works and rents of hens, and 14a. wood, held of 
the king in chief by service of ^ knight's fee ; lOZ. yearly assised 
rent held of the king in chief, which rent Sarra de Plessetis holds 
of the said Philip for her life ; a messuage and 44a. land in the marsh 
(and) 9a. pasture, held of Giles de Plays by service of rendering Id. ' 
yearly, which tenements Richard Persone and William de Gatecumbe 
hold of the said Philip for their lives, rendering 10 marks yearly ; 
14a. marsh held of Giles de Plays by service of rendering 7s.- yearly ; 
and 7a. land held of the abbot of Stratford by service of rendering 
4c2d. yearly, which lands &c,. Richard Persone holds of the said 
Philip for life, rendering 5 marks yearly. 
Heir as last above. 

Norfolk. Inq. Wednesday after St. Margaret, 22 Edw. I. {defective.) 

Gunton. The manor (extent given), including pasture in Besefen and 
Hassokes, held in chief of the bishop of Norwich (?) by service of 
J knight's fee and 21d. at the end of every 30 weeks for the guard 
of the castle of Dover. 

Heir unknown. 

One Roland, attorney of William Fulberd of Florence (Florancia), 
came to the said manor with a charter of feoffment of the said 
Philip for the life of the said William, and took seisin of the 
manor &c. by the delivery of Ralph de Reppes, attorney of the said 
Philip, on Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 22 Edw. I. 

NoETHAMPTON. Inq. 8 August, 22 Edw. I. 

Thyngden. la. land, la. meadow, la. pasture, and Gd. assised rents, 
held of Hugh de la Val and Giles de Barinton, service unknown. The 
residue of the manor is in the hand of William de Schepeye. 

Heir unknown. 

Kent. Inq. taken a,t Derteford on Sunday before St. Laurence, 22 Edw. I. 
Milkstede. 1 la. pasture held of the king in chief by service of 8d. yearly 
at his hundred of Middilton, and suit twice a year; la. pasture 
held of the nuns of Scapeyie by service of 2d. yearly ; and IJa. held 
of the heirs of Roger de Hicham by service of Id. yearly. 



120 INQUISITIONS. 



Sidigbum. A messuage held of Robert de Wynton by service of 2d. 
Milkstede. la. of wasted wood held of the abbot of St. Augustine s by 
service of Sd. yearly, and suit at his court of Lenham every three 

Westgrenewich. 20a. arable held of the heirs of Cecil (? ) (Sesul) atte Wode 
by service of 35. yearly ; 10a. arable held of William de Combe by 
service of 12d. yearly. 
Edward his son, aged 7, is his next heir. 

Surrey. Inq. taken at Eetherheth on Friday before St. Laurence, 22 Edw.I. 
Hacchesham. A manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Adam de 
Bavant, rendering 7s. 6d. yearly and suit at the court of Hacchesham 
Bavant every three weeks ; and the manor owes suit with two men 
at the king's hundred of Brix[ton] every three weeks. 
Kyngeston. 6o. land held of Walter de la Lynd by service of Sji. 
yearly. 
Heir as last above. 

Oxford. Inq. 19 July, 22 Edw. I. 

RoUendriht. The manor (extent given with works &c. of tenants), held 

of the king in chief by serjeanty of serving in the king's spence 

{disapens'). And from the manor are due a buck worth 65. yearly 

at the feast of St. Kenelm to the abbot of Winohecumbe ; 10s. to 

- Hugh de Oddinggesel ; 6s. 8d. to John de Herevile ; and 3s. to 

Jolm Brabasun. 
Heir as above, aged 6 and more. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Stepel Launton on Friday after St. Giles, 22 Edw. I. 
Great Cheveverel. A capital messuage &c., 200a. land, 12a. meadow, 

pasture, rents, church-scot {de chyrecheto), &c., held of the king in 

chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Budeston. 20 marks yearly rent to be received from the manor. 

Heir as above, aged 7 years. 

Southampton. Inq. made at Aundevere, 28 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Enham. One moiety of the manor (extent given) held of Roger son of 
Roger de Calston for J knight's fee, rendering lOZ. yearly, and the 
other moiety (extent given) held of Sir Ralph Saimsaver for | knight's 
fee. 

Heir as last above. 

Somerset. Inq. taken at Ivelcestre on Saturday before St. Laurence, 22 Edw. I. 

Lockeston alias Lokkeston. 151. yearly rent which Osbert de Bathonia 
used to pay for the manor, which manor the said Osbert holds for 
Ufe for the rent aforesaid, with successive reversions to Ehzabeth his 
daughter and her heirs at a yearly rent of Id. to the said Philip's 
heirs, and to the said Philip's heirs. The manor is held of Simon de 
Insula, service unknown. 

Compton Dauno. A certain part of the manor (extent given), including 
the house of ' La Wyke,' held by service of a pair of gilt spurs of 
Godfrey Dauno, who holds of the king in chief by service of a knight's 



EDWARD I. 121 



Uptone Noble. The manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Giles de 

Flori by service of Id. yearly. 
Sperkeford. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, 

held of the heirs of Hugh Lovel, now in the king's wardship, by 

service of a knight's fee. 
Sok Denays. A moiety of the manor (extent given), and of the advowson 

of the church, held of Nicholas de Bonevile by service of a pair of 

gilt spurs yearly. 
Lawerton. 62a. arable and 4a. meadow, held of Robert de Panes by 

service of 4^d. 
LoUyngton. A messuage, 20a. arable, and la. meadow, held of the 

prior of Langelete by service of lib. pepper at Michaelmas. 
Eston by Strete. 16s. id. yearly rent held by service of 3s. to the abbot 

of Glastonbury. 

Heir as above, aged 7 at Easter day last. 

Salop. Ing. made at Acton BurneU on Monday after St. James . . . 
22 Edw. I. (defaced.) 

Castle Holegot. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of finding two horsemen at [Montgomery ?] for forty days 
at his own charges in time of war. 

Longedon. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of finding a man with bow and arrows and another man with a 
lance with the army in Wales for forty days at his own charges. 

Conedovre. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of finding twelve men on foot in the army in Wales at his 
own charges for one day. 

Acton Bumel. The manor (extent given), including a fourth part of 
the park, held of Sir Peter Corbet, lord of Caus, by service of finding 
a horseman in the army in Wales in time of war for forty days at 
his own charges. 

Acton Pygod. 118a. land, 9a. meadow, three parts of the park of Acton 
Bumel, and rents, held of the lord of Kenleye by service of doing 
suit at his court of Kenleye every three weeks and rendering 65. 8d. 

Conede. The manor (extent given) held by the said Phihp and Maud 
his wife in free marriage of the earl of Arundel by service of finding 
a horseman in the army in Wales in time of war for forty days at 
their own charges. 

Eoumesleye. 74a. land held of John le Pouwer, rendering 2s. yearly. 

Norton, 36s. 5d. rent held of Thomas Tochet by service of suit at the 
court of Conedovre every three weeks. 

Abbeton. U. 5s. 2d. rents held of Geoffrey de Ledewyht, rendering a 
rose yearly at midsummer. 

Sutton. A messuage &c., 213Ja. land, 10a. meadow, a mill, rents &c., 
held of Sir Theobald de Verdoun by service of doing suit at his court 
of Lodelowe every three weeks. 

Wychecote and Possethome. 37s. yearly rent. 

Wodeton. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, held of 
Geoffrey de Genevile, lord of Staunton, by service of finding a horse- 
man at Lodelowe in time of war for forty days at his own 
charges, and owing suit at the court of Lodelowe every three 



122 INQUISITIONS. 



Corfton. A capital messuage, 107a. land, 8a. meadow, a wood, a water- 
mill, rents &c., held of Sir Geoffrey de Genevile by service of doing 
suit at the court of Lodelowe every three weeks. 

Milinghop. A messuage, 107a. land, 10a. meadow, and 19s. rent, held 
of the prior of Wenlok, rendering 20s. yearly. 

Rusbur[yJ. A messuage, 144a. land, 12a. meadow, a wood, rents fee, held 
of the lord of Buterleye, rendering a sparrowhawk (nisum) yearly. 

Hope Boudlers. A capital messuage, 67a. land, rents &c., held of Lady 
Milicent de la Souche by service of finding a horseman at Mont- 
gomery in time of war for forty days at his own charges. 

Suggedon. 64a. land held of the earl of Arundel by service of suit at 
his court of Schrewordyn every three weeks. 

Ronton. A messuage and 114a. land, 2a. meadow, pasture, rents &c., 
held of John le Pouwer, rendering a rose yearly. 

Wolstanton. A messuage, 53a. land, 4a. meadow, a wood, a water-miU, 
rents &c., held of the lord of Longedon, rendering 2s. yearly. 

Cantelhope. 355. rent held of the lord of Pyheford. 

Opyton. 9s. rent held of the king in chief. 

Smethecote. 45s. d^d. rent held of Lady Mihcent de la Souche by service 
of rendering 18d. at Montgomery in time of war in Wales. 

Benethale. 45|a. land held of John Bumel by service of doing suit at 
his court of Benethale. 

Atterleye. 24a. land held of the prior of Wenlok, rendering 2s. yearly. 

Longefeld and Streforde. 34s. 6d. rent held of Roger Waldyn. 

Bruges. A house in the town, worth 6d. yearly. 

Edward his son, aged 5 at the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 22 Edw. I, 
is his next heir. 

Writ to the escheator in co. Chester, 8 July, 22 Edw. I. {and duplicate.) 
Chester. Inq. made at Nantwich on Wednesday after St. Laurence, 
22 Edw. I. 

Nantwich (Wico Malbani). A sixth part of the barony held of the 
king in chief for homage and the service of 3 knights' fees, viz., — 
a chief manor with a messuage outside the town, a carucate of land 
with meadow, 50s. assised rent, 131. lis. 6d. free farms, toUs and 
farms of salt pits and of the lands of Newhall {Nova Aula), Aston, 
Acton and PoUe, and Chester, a sixth part of a mill with a sixth 
part of ' le Tolstok,' a water-mill, a fourth part of the new mUl of 
Wolstaunswode [alias Wolstanewode], and a fourth part of Wol- 
staunswode [alias Wolstoneswode], a sixth part of the wood of 
Couuel [alias Coule], butchers' stalls {seude macecrariorum) and 
small toUs worth 13s. 4:d. yearly, and pleas &c. of court 4s. 

(Unspecified.) A salt pit held of the lord of Chetilton [alias Chetelton] 
for 10s. rent yearly ; half a salt pit held of Robert de Bressy [alias, 
de Bresci], rendering Id. yearly ; haK a salt pit held of the abbot of 
Buldewas for a rose yearly ; a messuage held of H. son of Richard 
son of Ralph for a pepper-corn yearly ; and a messuage hfeld of 
Matthew de Hulgreve [alias de Holgreve] for a rose yearly. • 

Wolstaunswode [alias Wolstaneswode]. A fourth part of the wood and 
of a mill there held of Richard le Massy [alias le Mascy] for Id. yearly 
rent ; a fourth part of the same held of Thomas de Saunford [alias 
de SauntfordJ for Id. yearly rent ; and a fourth part held of Urian 



EDWARD I. 123 



de Sancto Petro, John de Wetenale [alias de Wetenhale], Robert de 

Wjoiinton, and Ralph son of Ralph de Vernoun [alias de Vernon] 

for 3 pepper-corns yearly rent. 
Beston [alias Beoston] and Binneburi [alias Boneburi] were held of 

the said Philip for one arrow yearly, and he held them of Hugh son 

of Patrick [alias Hugh Patrik]. 
Copenale [alias Copenhale]. The manor (extent given) held in chief of 

Nicholas de Aldedeleg [alias de Audydeleye] by service of J knight's fee. 

Edward his son, aged 6, is his next heir. 
Endorsed : — Let it be sent to the exchequer and there discussed whether 
he ought to have the wardship of his fee. 

Chester. Inq. Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 22 Edw. I. 

Nantwich &c. as in the last inquisition with the variations there given 
within square brackets, and the omission of Aston. 

Heir as above, aged 6 at the feast of the Assumption last. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 8 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 30 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 

LambTirne. A carucate of land held by William de Lambume by 
service of 2 knights' fees. 

Essex. Inq. made at Chelmersford, 20 Dec. 23 Edw. I. 

Little Badewe. A carucate of land held by Nicholas le Gras by service 

of \ knight's fee. 
Springefeld. A tenement held by the abbot of Waltham, by service of 

-^ knight's fee. 
Pacmngg Pychot. 100a. land, la. meadow and 3a. wood, held by 

Archibald (Ergebaldus) le Bretoun by service of \ knight's fee. 
Gynges ad Petram. A carucate of land held by the prior of the Hospital 

of St. John of Jerusalem in England by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Chegenhale Zoyn. A carucate of land held by Margery de Moeze by 

service of 1 knight's fee. 
Wytenham in the parish of Stowe. A' carucate of land held by John 

de Wytenham by service of IJ knight's fee. 
RoneweUe. A carucate of land held by Robert le Noreys by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Farnham. Two carucates of land held by the heir of Roger le Engleys, 

who is under age, by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Great Holaunde. The advowson of the church. 

Wilts. Inq. Sunday before St. Luke, 22 Edw. I. 

Fennyesottone. ^ knight's fee held by William de Wautone. 
Fennyesottone. The advowson of the church. 
Great Cheverel. The advowson of the church. 

Hertfoed. Inq. Thursday after St. Nicholas, 23 Edw. I. 

Lecchewprth. 1 knight's fee (now) held by the heirs of Richard de 

Muntfychet. 
Wylye. J knight's fee held by the master of the knights of the Temple. 
Waulington. A carucate of land held by Richard de Muntfychet for 

\ knight's fee. 
Somersale. \ knight's fee held by the master of the knights of the 

Temple. 



124 INQUISITIONS, 



Little Horemede. ^ knight's fee held by Laurence de Brok. 
Bourelegh. I knight's fee held by the same Laurence. 
Wolvenewyk [alias Little Wolewj'k]. | knight's fee held by the same. 
Westmuhie and Gatesburi. Three carucates of land held by Thomas 

de Leukenore for 2 knights' fees. 
Gatesburi. | knight's fee held by Richard de Gatesburi. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Bruetone on Thursday before St. Denis, 22 Edw. I. 
Soke Deneys. The advowson of the church. 
Geyveltone. The advowson of the church. 
Sparkeforde. The advowson of the church. 

Baggeworthe. The manor held by PhUip le Ireys by service of two 
parts of 1 knight's fee. 

Glotjcesteb. Inq. Friday after St. Michael, 22 Edw. I. 

Little Rusyndon. The manor, which is a knight's fee, held by the said 

Philip Bumel. 
Torkeden. J knight's fee pertaining to the manor of Rusjmdon held by 

the abbot of Oseneye. 
Wyke Rusyndon. The advowson of the church. 

Oxford. Inq. 7 (?) Nov. 22 Edw. I. 

Great RoUendrhit. The advowson of the church. 
He had no fees in the county. 

SjUiOP. Inq. Saturday, the eve of Trinity, 23 Edw. I. 
Acton BumeU. The advowson of the church. 
Acton Pigot. The advowson of the chapel. 
Oneburi. The advowson of the church. 
Holegot. The advowson of a third part of the church. 
WoHstaneston. The advowson of the church. 
Chetiton. The advowson of the church. 
Sutton. The advowson of the chapel. 
Conede. The advowson of the church, pertaining to the manor of Conede, 

which Maud late the wife of the said Philip holds in free marriage. 
Felton. The hamlet held by WiUiam le Botiler by service of 1 knight's 

fee. 
BoUedon. Certain lands held by Hugh de Bolledon in the same by 

service of three parts of 1 knight's fee. 
La Bolde. The manor held by Adam de la Bold by service of 1 knight's 

fee. 
Dodemoneston. Certain lands &c. held by Robert de Dodemoneston in 

the same by service of 1 knight's fee. 
La Hethe. The hamlet held by John de Arundel by service of | knight's 

fee. 
Medeweleye. Certain lands &c. held by John de Opton by service of 1 

knight's fee. 
Middelhop. Certain lands &c. held by William de Middelhop in the 

same by service of three parts of 1 knight's fee. 
Kenleye. The manor held by Sir Richard de Harlegh by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Frodesleye. The manor held by John Henaud by service of | knight's 

fee. 



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Eton Marhcote alias Marhscote. A carucate of land and 37s. rent, held 

by Thomas de Baskrevile and William de Preston, service unspecified. 
The manors of Kenleye, Frodesleye and Eton Marhscote are of the 

free marriage of Maud late the wife of the aforesaid Philip, pertaining 

to the manor of Conede. 
Erkalewe. The manor held bj' William de Erkalewe by service of 

1 knight's fee. 

Schedule of some of the above knight's fees in Berks, Essex and Hertford 
with a variation there given within square brackets (undated). 

Schedule of some of the above advowsons of churches in Essex, Wilts 
and Salop (undated). 

Summary of knights' fees and advowsons (undated). 

Writ of flenius certiorari to the justice of Chester, on the complaint 
Nicholas de Alditheleye that the escheator has taken into the king's 
hand certain lands &c. which the said Philip held of him, having 
no respect to the custom of Chester of lords having the wardship of 
the lands &c. in the county held of them by knight's service although 
the tenants hold other lands in the coimty or elsewhere of the king in 
chief, 20 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 
Chb.stbe. Ivq. made before WDliam de Brichull, lieutenant of the justice 
of Chester on Friday after the Purification, 23 Edw. I. 

From time immemorial as well in the times of the earls of Chester 
as in the time of King Hen. Ill and of the present king, according to 
custom by prerogative hitherto used, lords of fees in the county after 
the death of their tenants have always had wardship of the lands 
and tenements held of them by knight's service until the lawful 
age of the heirs, although those tenants held other lands &c. in 
the county or elsewhere of the king in chief. 
Philip Biunell lately deceased held of Nicholas de Aldith[eleye] 
4 carucates of land and a water-mUl in Monkis Copinhal by service 
of \ knight's fees. 
Edward his son, aged one year, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. concerning the value of the moieties of the manor of Sook 
Deneys and the advowson of the church (which pertain to the heirs) 
of PhUip Burnel and (Nicholas de Bonevile), made at Ivelchestre on 
Thursday after the Annunciation 23 Edw. I (defective.) 
Sok Deneys. The said Philip died seised of a moiety of the manor (extent 
given), except the capital messuage ; which moiety he held of the 
said Nicholas by service of a knight's fee of Mortain, rendering him 
a pair of gUt spurs yearly, and the said Nicholas held it of the heir 
of John de Bello Campo, of his barony of Hacche by service of the 
said knight's fee ; and the said moiety has been in the king's hand 
from Saturday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last, when 
the said PhiHp died, and stUl is so : he held other tenements else- 
where of the king in chief ; his heir is unknown. 

The said Nicholas died seised of the other moiety of the manor 
(extent given), together with the capital messuage, which he held 
of the heir of John de Bello Campo, of the barony of Hacche by service 



126 INQUISITIONS. 



of a knight's fee of Mortain ; but he held no other lands &c. in the 
county. Nicholas his elder son, aged 2 on the feast of AH Saints 
last, is his next heir. The said Nicholas also held a moiety of a 
certain ' haywardwyk ' in Ivelcestre, which his ancestors had of the 
king's gift rendering nothing, in exchange for a certain land called 
Deneysesdone in the king's forest of Northperederton ; by reason 
of which ' haywardwyk ' the abovesaid moiety of the manor was 
taken into the king's hand, and is there still. The advowson of the 
church belongs as well to the heirs of the said Nicholas as of Philip 
in turn, but those of the said Nicholas shall first present. 

Letters under the privy seal to the escheator to certify the value of the 
manor of Hanleye WilUam, which is in the king's hand by reason 
of the minority of the heir of Phihp Bumel, who is in the king's 
wardship, 20 July, 23 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 68. (10.) 



195. Philip Btjrnbl alias Burnell. 

Writ to Malcolm de Harlegh, escheator, to cause her dower to be assigned 
to Maud, late the wife of the said Phihp, of the knight's fees and 
advowsons which were his, and send the same to be enrolled in the 
chancery, 1 Sept. 23 (?) Edw. I. 

Mandate from W. bishop of Coventry and Lich(field) to Hugh de Bussey, 
escheator in co. Chester, to inform him what tenements the said 
Philip held of the king in chief in the county on the day he died &c. 
Carlisle, 24 Sept. 
Chester. Extent made before the said escheator, on Saturday, 17 June, 
27 Edw. I. 

Nantwich (Wicum Malhaneum). The king holds in wardship (in ciistodia 
SMfls) two parts of a carucate of land, of the lands which were of 
the said Philip, 30s. assised rent, 51s. 5d. yearly from farmers at 
will, toUs and miU, the passagia of Brouneshurst and Swannesbache, 
small toUs and serjeanty of the peace, 40s. yearly from the farmers 
of Acton and Newhall, and 20s. from pleas, pannage &c. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (15.) 



196. John de Hardington. 

Writ of certiorari to the king's baihff of the Isle of Wight as to why the 
lands &c. which were of John de Hardington in Whitefeld have been 
taken into the king's hand, 8 Dec. 22 Edw. I. 

Writ to John son of Thomas keeper of the New Forest to certify the value 
of the manor of Whytefeud, no return having been made to a former 
writ, 19 May, 22 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Extent, — 22 Edw. I. 

Witefeld. The manor (extent given). The said John held the manor in 
fee and made a composition by which he demised the manor to the 
king, retaining it only for life. 



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He died on the feast of the Assumption, 21 Edw. I, whereby the 
king has seisin and the manor is in the escheator's custody. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (1.) 

197. John db Monte Alto. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Helen, late the wife of John 
de Monte Alto, that lands &c. in Great Lillingston, whereof she was 
enfeoffed jointly with the said John, had been taken into the king's 
hand on his death; 4 June, 22 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. taken at Cerceden on Saturday before St. John the Baptist, 
22 Edw. I. 

Lillingston. A messuage and a carucate of land whereof the said John 
de Monte Alto and Helen his wife were jointly enfeoffed for 11 years 
before the death of the said John, held of the king in chief by service 
of Qd. yearly at the exchequer ; and 8s. [rent] similarly held of John 
de Olneie [rendering ? ] 5d. and 2 hens ; the reversion whereof 
pertains to the heirs of the said John ; and a messuage and 12|a. 
Istnd, similarly held of Richard Grosset and others, by the said John 
and Helen to them their heirs or assigns. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (2.) 



198. Thomas son of Lambert de Mulbton. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Margaret late the wife of 
the said Thomas that 10 marks of land in Dreg and Braydestanes, 
whereof she was enfeoffed jointly with her husband, had been taken 
into the king's hand on his death, 29 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Ctjmbeeland. Inq. made at Egremund on Thursday before St. Barnabas, 
22 Edw. I. 

The said Thomas and Margaret held in Dreg and Braythestanes, of 
the free marriage of the said Margaret, of the gift of Alan de Peniton, 
7 marks 12s. lid. of land only ; and the remainder of the 10 marks 
of land they held in the same manner in Mulcastre and Ranglasse. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (3.) 



199. Nicholas de Cernes of Temesford. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the representation of E. bishop of Lincoln 
that lands in Temesford lately held of him by Nicholas de Cernes, 
who died in Bedford prison accused of the death of Henry de Legh 
but not convicted, had been taken into the king's hand after his 
death together with the marriage of his heir, as though he had been 
convicted of the said felony, 20 Jan. 22 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. made at Bedford on Thursday after the Annunciation, 
22 Edw. I. 
Temeseford. A messuage and half a knight's fee (extent given), and a 
free fishery, held of the bishop of Lincoln by knight's service, 
homage, foreign service, and suit at his court of Bikeleswade every 
three weeks; and the wardship of these lands. &c. and the marriage 



128 INQUISITIONS. 



of the heir pertain to the bishop ; a knight's fee (extent given) held 
of Sir Ralph de BeUo Campo by foreign service ; 2a. land held of 
Henry de la Leye in chief by service of Id. yearly ; 6|a. land held 
of John Robert of Everton in chief by service of 4d. yearly ; la. Ir. 
land held of John Cambon by service of Id. yearly ; la. land held 
of Hugh Turold by service of ^d. ; 9|a. land held of the heirs of 
Robert le Karon by foreign service ; and 3r. meadow held of the 
same heirs. 

The said Nicholas died in Bedford prison before he was convicted 
of the said felony, but Robert Malet and Hugh de Brandeston, justices 
for dehvering the said gaol, found by inquisition made in virtue of 
their office, that the said Nicholas was guilty of the death of Henry de 
la Leye, but he did not put himself because he was ordained, as he said. 
His lands were taken into the king's hands on account of the death 
of the said Henry. 
Endorsed : Let it be written to the sheriff not to intermeddle further, 
and afterwards let the bishop and the heir do what seems to them 
expedient. 

Writ to Robert Malet to send the record and process of the aforesaid 
inquisition, 6 April, 22 Edw. I. 

Answer of Robert Malet. When Gilbert de Briddeshale, WiUiam de 
Bereford and the writer, by the king's special mandate, took an 
inquisition at Bedeford as to the death of Henry de la Leye, Nicholas 
de Cemes was indicted of the death, wherefore the sheriff was ordered 
to take him. And the sheriff, coroners and jury testified that, 
immediately after committing the said felony, the said Nicholas 
withdrew himself and fled, wherefore the aforesaid justices ordered 
the sheriff to take his lands, tenements and chattels into the king's 
hand. Afterwards the said Nicholas came before Robert Malet 
and Hugh de Brandeston, assigned for the delivery of Bedford gaol, 
on Friday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 21 Edw. I, and 
would not put himself on the inquisition of the country for the said 
death, and therefore was remitted to prison to have the penalty of 
the statute. His chattels were confiscated on account of his flight 
and his lands and tenements were taken into the king's hand by 
the said Gilbert &c. as aforesaid. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (4.) 

200. Richard Pyqot. 

Writ, 3 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 
Inq. (missing.) 

C.Edw.I, File 69. (5.) 

201. [* William Pelvingham. 
Writ only — deest.] 

202. Edmund son and heir of Nicholas baron op Stafford. 

Writ at the request of the said Edmund, who is in the wardship of Henry 
de Sancto Lamberto and Benevenue late the wife of John Ertaud, 
30 July, 22 Edw. I. 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, and Btill missing. 



EDWARD I. 129 



Stafford. Proof of age, made at Stafford on Thursday after St. Laurence, 
22 Edw. I. 

Nicholas, prior of St. Thomas's by Stafford, says that the said Edmund 
was born at Madeleye on St. Edith's day, 15 July, 1 Edw. I, and this 
he knows because, when news of the birth was heard in Stafford, many 
rejoiced ; and within two months of his birth he saw the said Edmund, 
who was baptized in the church of Madeleg. 

Walter de Elmedon, chaplain, and rector of the church of Weston, 
agrees and knows it because Sir Richard de Stretton, knight, married 
Rose, sister of Nicholas sometime baron of Stafford and aunt of the said 
Edmund, who, about the feast of St. Edith before the birth of the said 
Edmund, bore a daughter Joan, who was 22 years old at the feast of 
St. Edith last ; moreover, th§ said Edmund was born on the feast of 
St. Edith next after the eyre of Sir Ralph de Hjmgham and his fellows 
in CO. Stafford in the summer before the death of King Henry III. 

Roger de Pywelesdon, knight, agrees, for he remembers that the said 
Edmund was born on the feast of St. Edith after the eyre of the said 
Ralph in co. Salop, which was at Michaelmas before the death of King 
Henry III ; he likewise says that Nicholas the father sent him a letter 
to come to Madeleg to lift the said Edmund from the font and that 
hastening to come he found the boy baptized. 

Henry de CressewaU, knight, agrees. 

Hugh de Weston, knight, agrees, and adds that soon after the birth 
the said Nicholas came to his house at Weston and told him that he 
had a son. 

William Trumwyn, knight, agrees with Hugh de Weston. 

Robert de Pype, knight, agrees. 

William de Staff(ord), knight, agrees, for he remembers that the said 
Edmund was born on the feast of St. Edith after the death of King 
Henry III, adding that he himself was at Madeleg on the morrow of the 
birth of the said Edmund and saw him before he was baptized. 

WiUiam de Wrottesle agrees, adding that servants of the baron of 
Stafford on their way from Madeleye to Wotton on the morrow of the 
birth of the said Edmund came to the house of Hugh de Wrottesle his 
father and brought news of the birth. 

Robert le MarschaU agrees, and knows it because GUbert le MarschaU 
his father died sixteen years ago at the feast of the Purification 
laFt, and then it was commonly said that the said Edmund was 4 years 
old at the feast of St. Edith before ; and he himself was of the household 
of Nicholas the father. 

Hugh de Chaulden agrees with WiUiam de Staff (ord), and says that he 
was present at Madeleye when the said Edmimd was baptized. 

Robert Gerveyse agrees with Hugh de Weston, because at the feast 
of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist before the birth of the said 
Edmund he demised a meadow in Pobbemor for 21 years to William de 
Aspeleye and the term expired at the said feast last. 

Memorandum by the escheator that he warned Henry de Sancto Lamberto 
at Maddeleye, to be present, whose bailiff came to the inquiry and 
had nothing to say why the king should not restore the lands &c. 
to the said Henry if of full age, and the said Benevenue was warned 
at Wotton and came not nor sent anyone. 

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130 INQUISITIONS. 



203. Thomas son op Lambert de Mtjlton. 

LmcoLN. Assignment of dower to Margaret late the wife of Thomas son of 
Lambert de Multon in the manor of Flete, — , 22 Edw. I. (Calen- 
dared at length in the Calendar of Close Bolls, 1288-1296, 
pp. 398-400.) 

CuMBEELAND. Assignment of dower to the same Margaret from the manor of 
Egermond and its members {undated.) (Calendared at length in 
the Calendar of Close Bolls, 1288-1296, pp. 400-403.) 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (7.) 



204. Stephen Mattluvel of Rampton. 

Writ, 1 Aug. 22 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Sunday, the morrow of St. Denis, 22 Edw. I {defaced.) 

Hampton and three parts of a bovate of land or 24a. held of the honour 

of Tykyl, doing suit every three weeks at the court of Tykyl, and he 
holds (by?) knight's service and does waytemete and causeway 
{facturam calcete) and gives scutage when it shall come ; and he had 
9 bondmen holding 4J bovates, each rendering 20s. yearly, and 
335. 6d. assised rents from free tenants yearly and 2lb. pepper, 
2lb. cummin and lib. wax. 

Stephen son of Robert Maulovel, aged 16|, is his next heir. 
Endorsed : The roUs and memoranda of the exchequer being searched, 
it is- not found that the said Stephen held anything of the king save 
of the honour of TychuU. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (8.) 



205. Simon le Bret. 

Writ, 3 Aug. 22 Edw. I {defaced.) 
Essex. Inq. made at the church (?) of Sturmere, 6 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 

Little Wrottyngg. A messuage, 30a. arable, la. Ir. meadow, ..... 
2|a. wood and 9s. Id. assised rent, held of the king in chief of the 
honour of Helyon by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Robert le Bret his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (9.) 

206. William de Bardeleye. 

Writ, 29 April, 22 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at le Uwes on Tuesday, the eve of St. Matthew, 23 Edw. I. 
Bardeleye. A messuage &c. and 21a. arable, held of the king in chief 

by service of 3s. yearly by the hands of the sherifif of Salop. 
Balbeneye. A messuage &c. and 8s. 2d. rents of free tenants, held of 

Sir Henry de Ribbesfort in chief by service of 2d. yearly. 

Richard his son, aged 2 at the feast of SS. PhiHp and James, 23 Edw. I, 
i.^ his next heir. 

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EDWARD I. 131 



207. John be Ltjvetot, the elder, alias db Lovbtot, db Lovbtoft. 

Writ, 5 Nov. 22 Edw. I. 
[Essex.] Inq. made at the bridge of Buris, 8 Dec, 23 Edw. I. 

Great Bures. 15a. land held of John de Bello Campo, by service of 6d. 
and a barbed arrow yearly. 
John his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

[Essex.] Inq. 5 Dec, 23 Edw. I. 

High Aungre. 3a. pasture held of John de Rypariis by service of a rose 

yearly. 
Bobingeworthe. |a. land held of Ralph le Merk by service of a rose 

yearly. 

Heir as above. 

[Esstex.] Inq. St. Katharine's day, 23 Edw. I. 

Great Wakeringg. A messuage &c., 214a. arable, 10s. T^d. and ^Ib. pepper 

rents, and works of customers worth 20s. 9d., held of the king in 

chief of the honour of Reyleye by service of J knight's fee. 
Stanbregg. Three marshes held of Richard de Tany by service of a 

rose yearly. 
La Legh. 20a. wood held of Peter de Sucherch by service of Id. yearly ; 

and Id. yearly rent from the heirs of William de Appelton, tenure 

unspecified. 
Rocheford. 25a. wood held of Richard de Tany by service of a rose 

yearly. 
Sucherch. 10a. land held of Peter de Sucherch by service of Id. yearly. 
Little Shobery. 11a. land held of John son of Simon by service of 8s. 

yearly. 
Sobery. A messuage and la. land, held of the prior of Pritelwell, 

rendering 4s. yearly. 
Shopelaund. A marsh held of the heirs of William de Appelton by service 

of a rose yearly. 
Shobery. 2a. land held of Letice Bush by service of rendering to John 

son of Simon 4kd. yearly. 
Stanbregg. 2 marks yearly rent receivable from Peter Barre, held by 

service of rendering a rose yearly to the heirs of Richard Tany. 
Shopylaund. U. yearly rent held of Sara de Shengham by service of a 

rose yearly. 

Heir as above. 

Stjerey ; HUNDRED OF Copp(thobn). Inq. Monday the eve of St. Clement, 

23 Edw. I. 

Waltone. The manor (extent given), including rents of 6d. for spurs 

and Id. for 2 arrows, and the advowson of the church, held of the 

fee of Clare of the earl of Gloucester by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 40 years. 

Suffolk. Inq. 26 Nov. 23 Edw. I. 

Dounham. A messuage, 120a. land and 2a, meadow, held of Sir Robert 
de Ver, earl of Oxford, by service of 23d. yearly, but ll|d. was 
levied of the viUenage ; and part of a common held of the same 
earl ; 60a. land, 2a. meadow, and part of a common, held of the 



132 INQUISITIONS. 



sacristan {sacristar') of St. Edmund's by service of 2s. 8d. to the 
said sacristan, and 3d. to the church of St. Mary, Dounham ; and 
7s. 6d. assised rent, 28 boon works in autumn and 7 hens at 
Christmas. 
Heir as above, aged 27 and more. 

StrFFOLK. Inq. 24 Nov. 23 Edw. I. 

Bures. A capital messuage with 5a. pasture, held of William Petyt by 
service of 3s. yearly rent ; Ija. arable held of the same ; 2Ja. land 
held of WiUiam Thomas by service of 12d. yearly ; ^a. land held 
of Thomas de Gedding by service of l^d. yearly ; 10a. arable and 
a piece of marsh, held of Richard Saher by service of a clove gilly- 
flower yearly ; 6a. land and a piece of alder-grove held of Peter son 
of Silvester de Bures by service of a clove giUjrflower ; 7a. land and 
la. marsh, held of Sir Hugh Bardoulf by service of 6d. yearly ;* 10a. 
land held of Walter son of WiUiam by service of 3d. yearly ; la. Ir. 
land held of Walter Selvester by service of 4d. yearly ; a messuage 
and garden with 4a. land, held of Sir Peter de Denardston by service 
of a clove gillyflower ; l|a. land, 3a. meadow, and Ja. pasture, held 
of Sir Richard de Comerth by service of 2d. yearly ; la. meadow 
held of WiUiam Petyt by the service mentioned above ; la. meadow 
held of WiUiam Thomas by service of an apple yearly ; and la. 
pasture held of Robert Arnold by service of Id. 

Sir John de Lovetot the younger, his son, aged 24 and more, is his next 
heir. 

SuFFaLK. Inq., 23 Nov. 23 Edw. I. 

Hintlesham. 10a. land and 3a. pasture, held of the king in chief by 
service of a rose yearly. 

Hadleye. 9a. arable held of Sir John de Kyrkeby by service of 4^d. 
yearly. 

Benetleye. 30a. arable and 6a. pasture, held of the heir of Richard de 
Mounfichet by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Hyntlesham. The said John acquired 68a. arable and 62a. wood, which 
are of the king's, ancient demesne, of Talebot de Hyntlesham, after 
which he demised the said land and wood to the said Talebot for 
three years, beginning at Easter next, at a yearly rent of 10 marks, 
with condition that if the said Talebot shaU pay him 100 marks 
within the said term of three years, the said land and wood shaU 
thenceforth remain quit to the said Talebot, and his heirs for ever, 
otherwise they shaU revert to the said John and his heirs. 

Heir as first above, aged 24 and more. 

Suffolk. Inq. 30 Nov, 23 Edw. I. 

Brampton. 23Ja. Ir. arable held of Sir Robert son of Walter by service 
of 9d. for scutage when it runs, and paying Id. yearly to WiUiam son 
of Maud, Id. to Alan Pain (?) and Id. to the heirs of Richard de 
Hindrecle. 
Brampton. 31s. rent of assize yearly, tenure unspecified. 
Westale. 10s. rent of assize yearly, tenure unspecified. 
Heir as last above, aged 24 and more. 



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Cambridge. Inq. made at Cambridge on Thursday after St. Thomas the 
Martyr, 23 Edw. I. 

Hupwere. A messuage with a dovecot and 16a. land. 

Wykes. 9a. land, 3s. Qd. assised rent, 4a. meadow, and a several marsh. 

Swafham and Wykes. Common of marsh, and a fishery. 

All held of Humphry de Bassingburn and Mary his wife by 
service of \M. yearly. 

Reche. A plot (placea) worth nothing, held of Robert de Typetot. 

Hornyngesheye. Two messuages, 2Ja. Ir. land, l|a. meadow, 2|a. 
inferior meadow, 16s. assised rent, la. several marsh, and common 
of marsh, held of William Muchet by service of Id. yearly ; other 
tenements held of Hugh le Rus, Simon de Bradenham and Margaret 
his wife, so freely that nothing was exacted yearly for the same ; 
and 2 cottars who render 2s. yearly. 

Teversham. 16s. assised rent. 

Cambridge. A messuage held of Thomas de Terefeld. 
Heir as last above, aged 25 and more. 

Essex. Inq. 6 Dec, 23 Edw. I. 

Horndon. A messuage, 300a. land by the lesser hundred, 3a. meadow, 
17 pieces of meadow, 17a. pasture, a windmill, a fourth part 
of the market-place, 61s. 80. assised rent, works of customers 
worth 12d. and perquisites of court with view of frank -pledge worth 
4s., held of Thomas de Ardern by service of rendering a rose yearly, 
and 5d. yearly are paid for ward of the hundred of Berdestaple. 
Heir as last above, aged 26 years. 

[HxTNTiNGDON.] Inq. Saturday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 23 Edw. I. 
commencing. 
Sutho Luvetot. 10 marks yearly rent receivable from the manor of 
Thomas de Luvetot there, held in chief of the heirs of Nicholas 
Pessoun by service of a rose yearly. 

Heir as last above, aged 26 and more. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 28 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 
Surrey. Inq. Monday after St. Gregory, 23 Edw. I. 
Wauton. The advowson of the church. 

SxJFroLK. Inq. made at Wodebregge, 25 March, 23 Edw. I. 

Thurstanston and Altherton. 1 knight's fee held by John son and heir 

of John de Peyton [alias de Poyton], knight. 
Colesle in Altherton. The manor held by Roger de Hereford by service 

of J knight's fee. 
Todeham. 1 knight's fee held by Sir John de Todeham. 
Bramton. The advowson of the church. 

Essex. Inq. made at Aungre, 29 March, 23 Edw. I. 
Bubbingesford. The advowson of the church. 

Essex. Inq. made at Shopilaund, 4 March, 23 Edw. I. 
•Great Stanbregge. The advowson of the church. 

Essex. Inq. made at Taxstede on Thursday after St. Gregory, 23 Edw. I. 
Churethe [alias Chaurethe]. The manor (extent given) held by 



134 INQUISITIONS. 



Sir WiUiam de Wauton, of the inheritance of Maud his wife, of the 
said John by service of 2 knights' fees, and he held of Roger de 
Bachworth, who held the same of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester. 
Isabel, late the wife of Bartholomew de Ardem, has a third part of 
the manor as dower. No advowson pertains to the manor. 

Oxford. Inq. 16 March, 23 Edw. I. 

Solthome. The manor held by Thomas de Leukenore and Lucy his wife 
for one knight's fee by service of llh. cummin when scutage runs, 
and by homage. 
He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 28 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. made at Pontefract on Saturday after the Annunciation, 
23 Edw. I. 
Athehngflet. A toft and 20a. land with the advowson of the church, 
held of John Desrrile, who held the same of Sir Roger de Moubray. 
Over a great part of the tithes of the said [church] there is a dispute 
between the abbot of Selby and the patron of the church. 

Assignment of dower to Joan late the wife of John de Luvetot, the elder, 
of the lands &c. of the said John in the bailiwick of Malcolm de 
Harley, escheator this side Trent, except 265. 8d. rent for lands 
which Peter Burre holds in Stanbregge, whereof she, at her own 
request, is not dowered; saving to her her dower of lands &c. 
not contained in the extents returned into the chancery, 8 Feb, 
23 Edw. I. 

John, son and heir of the said John, though warned, came not. 

Essex. Great Wakering. The capital messuage of the manor, lands, rents 
&c. (extent given). 
Stanbregge. Three marshes. 
Rocheford. 25a. wood. 
Shobery. 23a. land and a wood. 
Shopilande. A marsh. 
La Leye. Id. rent. 
Great Bures. 15a. land. 

Schedule of the above knights' fees and advowsons and of the knights' 
fees assigned to the said Joan in dower, with variations there given 
within square brackets. 
The fees assigned in dower are : — 
Essex. Chaureth. 2 fees held by WiUiam de Wauton and Maud his wife. 

SXJPFOLK. Thiirstanston and Altherton. 1 fee held by John son of John 
de Poyton. 
Altherton. | fee held by Roger de Hereford. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (11.) 

208. John de Lttvetot. 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower to be assigned to Joan late the 
wife of the said John, who has taken her oath not to marry wiftiout 
the king's licence, 22 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (7.) 



EDWARD I. 135 



209. Ralph de Gottsehitll, alias de Gottshill, de GousbIiL, de 

GOTJSELE, DE GOTJSILL. 

Writ, 30 Aug. 22 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Extent, Thursday after St. Luke, 22 Edw. I. 

Gedeneye. The manor (extent given), including a capital messuage called 

Cockedyk, 3 salt- works, pasture called 'le Mersch,' a fishery, works 

of villeins called ' workmen,' and ' molemeri,' and a custom called 

' wodefoyer,' held of the king in chief as of the honour of 

Albemarle by service of j\ knight's fee. 
Holebech. 55s. Id. yearly rent, from tenants called ' sokemen ' who also 

do works in the autuinn, and a rent of 20s. yearly from the court of 

Sir Robert de Hakebech held next after the feast of St. Michael ; 

and a messuage and |a. land, held of the heirs of WiUiam Oldelyn by 

service of a clove gillyflower. 
Quappelod. 5a. land held of the heirs of Robert son of Thomas by service 

of lid. 
Spalding. 2a. land with pasture in the marsh, held of the heirs of Henry 

de Weston by service of 2s. 

Margaret his daughter, aged half a year at the feast of St. Martin next, 
is his next heir. 

LarcoLN. Extent, Sunday after St. Luke, 22 Edw. I. 

Rokesham. The manor (extent given) held of the barony of Bayeux, 

now in the king's hand, as member of the manor of Goushill, by service 

of I knight's fee. 
CraneweU. 6 bovates of land held of the prior and convent of Semping- 

ham by service of 25. yearly, and doing the foreign service pertaining to 

such a tenement. « 

Walecote by BUingeye. 6 bovates of land let ad altam ftrmam rendering 

64s. yearly ; which Peter de Goushill, his father, held of Roger de 

Mortuo Mari, but of whom or by. what service the said Ralph held 

them is unknown to the jury. 

Heir as above. 

LmcoLN. Inq. Tuesday before St. Martin, 22 Edw. I. 

Lincoln city. A messuage held of the heirs of Peter de Hulmo by service 
of \d. ; and another messuage held of divers lords by service of 95. 
which is worth only \%d. yearly because in the time of Peter de 
Goushill, father of the said Ralph, it was pulled down. 

Heir as above. 

Lincoln. Extent, Saturday after St. Martin, 22 Edw. I. 

Basingham. A capital messuage, 1\ bovates of arable land, 32a. foreign 
meadow, a fifth part of a water-mill, 23|cZ. and lib. pepper worth \2d. 
rents of free tenants, %l. 135. rents of bondmen holding 20J bovates 
of land in bondage ad altam firmam, 6s. 9d. rents of cottars, and 3s. 
pleas &c. of court, held of Sir William de Staunton by service of 
I knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged half a year at the feast of St. Martin last. 

Lincoln. Extent, Monday after St. Martin, 22 Edw. I. 

Poynton. The manor and certain lands &c. in Greyby (extent given), 
held of the heirs of Henry de Longo Campo by service of 2 knights' fees. 



136 INQUISITIONS. 



Greyby. A toft held of Alan son of Brian by service of 12d. yearly ; and 
a toft, 16a. arable, |a. meadow, and 3s. 6d. yearly rents of a free 
tenant and a cottar, held of the heirs of John le Marescall by service 
of 5s. 6Jd. 
Heir as last above, 

Lincoln. Extent, Friday before St. Andrew, 23 Edw. I. 

Market Steynton. A capital messuage, 70a. arable, 40a. meadow, a 
several pasture, a market, a little wood, 24s. Id. rents of free tenants, 
4Z. 16s. M., 55 hens and 260 eggs rents of bondmen who hold 13| 
bovates of land, and they ought to hoe the lord's com for 1 day, and 
each bovate shall do 5 works harvestmg in the autumn, and they shall 
have food ; all held of William de Mortuo Mari by service of | and \ 
knight's fee ; and there is a yearly rent of 6s. 8d. to Sir Robert 
Venoeur. 
He had a daughter by Hawis daughter of Sir Fulk son of Warin, name 

and age unknown, who is his heir as is said. 

Lincoln. Extent, Wednesday after St. Andrew, 23 Edw. I. 

Goushill. The manor (extent given) held of the barony of Bayeux, now 
in the king's hand, by service of a knight's fee ; and certain lands &c. 
(tmspecified), held of divers lords in small parcels, by service of 8|d. 

Halton by Hombre. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot &c. of 
Thometon by service of J knight's fee, which service the said abbot &c. 
have of the grant of Sir Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, of whom 
the said Ralph and his ancestors previously held the manor, to hold 
in frank almoin ; and a messuage and 4 bovates of land, which Peter 
de Goushill, father of the same Ralph, acquired of Sir Gilbert de 
Thorneton and of his own fee. 

Rokeston. A messuage and 2 bovates of land, held of the brethren of 
the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem by service of 2b. yearly and 
\ mark by way of obit after the death of the said Ralph or any of his 
heirs ; and 2 bovates of land held of John son of Ralph de Goushill 
by service of \&d. yearly and the foreign service pertaining to such a 
tenement. 

Immyngham. A messuage and 2 bovates of land, held of the heirs of 
Nicholas de Maundevyle by service of | mark ; and a toft held of 
the same heirs by service of 2d. yearly and by rendering to Amice, 
a nun of Irreford, 5s. yearly for her Hfe. 

Wyvelesby by Grymesby. 64s. yearly rent, tenure unknown ; and 16s. 
yearly rent held of .... of Ralph de Goushill by service of \d. 
Heir as first above. 

Writ, 30 Aug. 22 Edw. I. 
YoEK. Inq. made at Paghelflete on Tuesday before St. Katharine, 23 Edw. I. 
Coldon. A messuage, 24 bovates of land, 10 tofts, a plot of land, another 

plot called ' Milneplace,' and the advowson of the chapel of Coldon, 

held of the king in chief by knight's service. 
Paghel. 8 bovates of land and yearly rents of 2s. 4d. from Stephen 

Paghel, 5s. from William de Hohn and Thomas the chaplain, l\d. 

from Stephen the chaplain of Paghel, I2d. from Robert son of Helen 

and William his brother, 5f cZ. from the hospital of Neuton, &d. from 

Helen Steller, and 4d, from Abraham Calf. 



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Holm. A messuage, 2 tofts, lOja. arable, 27a. meadow, 4 pastures, 

7 pastures at Smerehoke and an old windmill. 
Kayngham. A croft. 

All the lands &c. in Paghel, Holm and Kayngham are held of the 

king in chief by free service, rendering 26|d. yearly, and the ferry 

of the Humbre. 
Oteringham. A croft held of the heirs of William de Laceles by service 

of Id., and a toft, tenure unspecified. 
Dodington. A messuage, 5 tofts, 24 bovates of land and a windmill, 

held of the master of the knights of the Temple by service of 5s. 

yearly and two suits at his court at Dudiagton ; and a forland, 

three plots of pasture, and hens worth 2s. 

Heir as first above, aged one year on Ascension day, 23 Edw. I. 

Writ ad melius inquirendum, the previous inquisition making no mention 
of the tenure of 64s. rent in Wyvelesby by Grymmesby and 
6 bovates of land in Walecote by BHinglegh, 12 Dec. 23 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Lincoln on Monday before the Purification, 23 Edw. I. 

Walcote by Bilingeye. Peter de GoushiU, father of the said Ralph, held 
6 bovates of land of Roger de Mortuo Mari by service of -^^ knight's 
fee, who after the said Peter's death entered upon the same as 
guardian, the said Ralph being under age, and granted to Philip de 
Kyme all his right therein. 

Wyvelesby by Grjrmesby. The 64s. yearly rent were held of the heirs of 
James de Bemolby by service of ^^^j knight's fee. 

[Writ to the escheator to cause her dower to be assigned to Hawis late 
the wife of the said Ralph, who has taken her oath &c. and to send 
the assignment to be enrolled in the chancery, 30 Jan. 23 Edw. I.] 

[York.] Assignment of dower to Hawis late the wife of Ralph de Gousill 
made at Brustewyk, on Monday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 
23 Edw. L, viz. : — ^in Dodington, Coldon, Pagell, Holm, Kayngham, 
and Oteringham. (Calendared at length in the Calendar oj Close 
Rolls, 1288-1296, p. 509.) 

Writ to the treasurer &c. of the exchequer having searched the rolls &c. 
to inform the king on the quinzaine of Holy Trinity next whether 
Ralph de Gousele held of the king in chief as of the crown, or not, 
and return the accompanying inquisitions, 27 April, 23 Edw. I. 

Answer of the treasurer &c. It is not found at present in the rolls that 
the said Ralph held anything of the king in chief as of the crown. 

Writ ad melius inquirendum the previous inquisition making no mention 
whether certain lands &c. in Coldon, Paghel, Holm and Kayngham 
are held of the king in chief as of the crown or of some honour or 
barony in the king's hand, 20 Oct, 23 Edw. I. 
STORK. Inq. taken at Hedon on Thursday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 
Coldon. A messuage, 24 bovates of land, 10 tofts, a plot of land, another 
plot called Milneplace and three pullets {pull') price l|d. yearly 
receivable therefrom, the advowson of the church, 12^. yearly rent from 
a toft held by Henry Sutfliyby, and 12c?. yearly rent from a toft held by 
Peter Suthiby, aU which used to be held of the earl of Albemarle of 



138 iNOuismoNS. 



his barony in Holdemess by knight's service, and are now held of the 

king in chief by the same service. 
Paghel. 4 bovates of land, 2s. M. yearly rent from Stephen de Pagul, 

5s. from William de Hohn and Thomas de Pagel, chaplain, l\d. 

from Stephen chaplain of Pagel, I2d. from Robert son of Helen and 

William his brother, 5|d. from the hospital of Neueton, 6d. from 

Helen SteU[er] and id. from Abraham Calf. 
Holm. A messuage, 2 tofts, lOja. arable, 27a. meadow, 4 pastures, 

7 pastures in Smerehok and a miU. * 
Kayngham. A croft. 
All these tenements in Paghel, Holm and Kayngham were held 

of the earl of Albemarle of his barony in Hold[emess] by free service 

of 2&\d., and the ferry of the Humbre, and are now held of the king in 

chief by the same service. 
Oteringham. A croft held of the heir of WiUiam de Lasseles by free 

service of \d. yearly, and a toft. 
Hedon, A free service of 2Qd. receivable from ' le Waferur Garth ' from 

WiUiam son of Stephen of Hedon, held of the king. 

Heir as first above, aged a year and a half. 

G.Edw.I. File 69. (12.) 
E.Inq.p.m. Filei. (3.) 

210. Rai,ph de Gousill. 

Writ of assignment of dower, 30 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 7 Aug. 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : .... 
COS. Lincoln and Essex. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (3.) 

211. Lewis de la Pole. 

Writ of flenius certiorari on the complaint of Sibyl late the wife of Lewis 
de la Pole that together with the other lands of the said Lewis the 
escheator had taken into the king's hand, by reason of the minority 
of the heir of Owen de la Pole, the manor of Gorgenneu and the whole 
land of Meghen Hughecoyt which the said Lewis had assigned to her 
in dower at the church door, when he married her, with the consent 
of the said Owen tenant in chief of the king, of whom the same 
were held by knight's service, 6 Oct, 22 Edw. I. 
[Montgomery.! Inq. made at la Pole on Tuesday the eve of SS. Peter and 
Paul, '23 Edw. I. 

Lewis son of Griflfin de la Pole, on the day on which he married 
Sibyl his wife, gave her with the consent of Owen his brother the 
manor of Gerzgennou and the whole land of Meyheyn Uszcoyt in 
dower at the church door, and Philip Skyret her attorney had 
seisin thereof ; and she peacefully continued her seisin until her 
husband's death. 

G.Edw.I. File 69. (13.) 

212. Lewis de la Pole. 

Writ to the escheator to deliver to Joan, late the wife of Owen de la 
Pole, the wardship of two parts of the lands &c. which Were of the 
said Lewis in Powys, which are in the king's hand by reason of the 



EDWARD I. 139 



minority of the heir of the same Lewis, and which the king has 
granted to her until the lawful age of the heir, rendering the true 
value at the exchequer, 14 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Writ to the escheator, whereas it has been testified to the king that the 
manor of Gorgennou and the land of Meghughecoyt, whereof the 
said Lewis dowered Sibyl his wife at the church door when he married 
her as is said, exceed the value of her dower of aU his lands &c., he 
is commanded to take all the said lands &c. into the king's hand, and 
cause to be assigned to the said Sibyl her reasonable dower, according 
to law &c., 18 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Memorandum. By reason of these two mandates the escheator caused 
all the said lands &c. to be extended at 531. 7s. Id., whereof Lady 
Hawis late the wife of Griffin de la Pole receives in dower 8 marks 
yearly, and on 26 September at Acton Burnel he delivered the ward- 
ship of two parts thereof to the aforesaid Joan, together with the 
remaining third part until the aforesaid Sibyl shaU sue. 

[Montgomery.] Assignment of dower, 16 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 

The escheator to Sir Thomas de Titeleye, sheriff of Salop, and Sir 
John de Esthope, whereas of the lands &c. which were of the said Lewis 
in Mohhenant and Mehhein he has. assigned to Sibyl late his wife the 
under-written lands &c. in dower, viz. — that chamber which is on the 
eastern side of the hall of Gardgenou, with kitchen and bakehouse, a 
third part of the grange, garden, lands &c. of the manor of Gardgenou, 
with free fishery in the fishpond and running waters, and free chace in 
the common chaces in Mehhein and Mohhenant, with a third part 
of ' le Frith ' in Mehhein and in Mohhenant, and a third part of 
the issues of the miU and of the rents, customs and services 
&c., they are commanded to deliver the same to the said Sibyl with 
free entrance and egress, assigning to her certain tenants by name, 
whose rents and services clearly enrolled are to be sent to him. 

And on 20 Oct. Lady Joan, late the wife of Owen de la Pole, 
guardian of the lands &c. was commanded to cause all the 
tenants in Mehhein and Mohhenant to be present to hear what the said 
Thomas and John shall enjoin them on behalf of the king, and to 
deUver to the said Sibyl all the issues of the said lands &c. from 
16 Oct. abovesaid. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (13.) 

213. Lttcy dattghteb and heir oe Robert de Thweng alias de Titeng' 
and kinswoman and heir of Marmaduke de Thweng. 

Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Lucy, warning 

her guardians to be present, 28 Oct. 22 Edw. I. 

York. Proof of age, taken at Scelton in Cl3rreland, on the morrow of the 

Epiphany, 23 Edw. I. 

The jury say that the said Lucy was born at KUton in Cljrsreland on 

Friday before Pabn Sunday, 7 Edw. I., and on Palm Sunday in the same 

year was baptized in the chapel of St. Peter in the same town by Alan, 

chaplain of Sir Marmaduke de Tueng [alias de Tweng] in the presence of 

Sir Richard de Tueng, Peter Marescall, Richard le Estywur [alias le 

Estivor], lady Lucy the .wife of Marmaduke de Tueng and Margery de Brus., 



140 iNQUiSmONS. 



William le Latimer who held lands &c. of the said Lucy's inheritance, 
being called did not come, but Robert Bussel his bailiff came and said 
nothing why the same should not be restored to her. 

WiUiam de Layburn and Walter de Rokeslee did not come because they 
hold nothing of the inheritance of the said Lucy in the county. 
Writ (ad melius inquirendum), the previous inquisition being insufficient 
because it makes no mention of the age of the said Lucy nor 
whether WiUiam de Layburn and Walter de Rokeslee, who held lands 
&c. of the inheritance by the king's commission, were warned to 
be present, 22 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 
[York.] Proof of age, taken at Kyrkbrun on Thursday after St. Gregory, 
23 Edw. I. 
The jury say that the said Lucy was born at Kylton on Friday before 
Palm Sunday, 7 Edw. I, was baptized the Sunday following (as above), 
was 15 years of age on Friday before Palm Sunday, 22 Edw. I, and will 
be 16 on Friday before Pahn Sunday, 23 Edw. I. 

WilUam de Layburn, being warned, came not ; Walter de Rokesley was 
warned and Walter de Throkyng his attorney came and said that although 
Wilham de Layburn, to whom the king had committed the wardship of 
the manor of Kyrkbruim until the lawful age of the^ heir of Robert de 
Tweng, had committed the same to Walter de Rokesley, who for two 
years had peaceful seisin, yet on Monday before St. Martin, 21 Edw. I. 
the aforesaid Lucy, Thomas le Latimer and others unknown, ejected him 
and took the issues of the manor until the quinzaine of the Purification 
following in contempt of the king and to the said William's damage of 60?. ; 
on which day Walter was re-seised by the king's writ, and remained in 
seisin imtil Thursday before St. Bartholomew, 22 Edw. I, when Wilham 
son of WOham Latymer, Lucy his wife, Thomas Latymer and others 
unknown violently ejected him, and took all the issues &c. until the 
octave of St. Michael following, to his damage of 2QI. &c., when the said 
Walter was re-seised by the king's writ : on the morrow he was violently 
ejected by the said WiUiam and Lucy and others, who took aU the issues 
until the feast of St. Martin foUowing to his damage of 30Z., when he was 
re-seised by the king's writ by the escheator and by view of WiUiam 
de Midleton, the king's baUiff, and others. He remained so seised until 
Friday before St. Nicholas, 23 Edw. I. when several persons unknown 
from the towns of Skamston and Kyrkbrunn, on behalf of the said 
WUUam and Lucy, entered by force and broke the doors of the haU and 
grange, took his com and goods and ejected him and beat and iU-treated 
Walter de Throkyng, his attorney. Wherefore he says, the lands &c., 
of the inheritance of the said Lucy ought not to be restored to her, untU 
they have satisfied the king for the contempt, and the said Walter 
for his loss. The said WiUiam and Lucy are stiU in seisin of 
the manor. 

C.Edw.I. File 69. (14.) 

214. Henry son and heir op Henry de Percy. 

Sussex. Proof of age of the said Henry, who says he is of full age and was 
born at Petteworthe, and seeks his lands &c. which are in the wardship 
of the executors of the testament of. the late Queen Eleanor the 



EDWARD I. 141 



king's mother, and of the executors of the testament of John de 
Vescy ; whereupon the king gave him a day to prove his age before 
the king, viz. from Easter in 15 days, and the sheriff was commanded 
to summon jurors and warn the said executors to be present, but 
did nothing, wherefore he is in mercy, and was again commanded to 
summon jurors on the morrow of the Ascension, and warn Anthony 
bishop of Durham and other the executors of John de Vescy to be 
present &c. And afterwards on the morrow of the Ascension, 
22 [Edw. I], the sheriff of York was commanded to warn the bailiffs 
of the executors of the said Queen Eleanor to be present ; who came 
not, but Richard de Brettevill said for the king that the lands ought 
not yet to be restored to the said heir because he had not yet 
satisfied for his marriage ; and on the same day the sheriff of 
Sussex warned the said Anthony bishop of Durham &c., who came 
not ; wherefore the examination of the said proof was proceeded 
with, saving the king's right concerning the marriage. 
Hamo Bonet, knight, aged 60, says he only knows of the said Henry's 
age by the report of the country, which testifies that Henry his father 
died in the time of King Henry, and the said Henry was born about the 
feast of the Annunciation after King Henry's death. 

Henry de Ljnnis, knight, 60, says the said Henry was 21 at the feast 
of the Annunciation last, and this he knows because he has a son WilHam, 
born at the feast of the Purification next following, who is 20 and more, 
and the said Henry was born at Pettworth. 

Hugh de Cumbe, 36, says the said Henry is 21, and knows it because 
the said Henry's father died at the feast of St. John in the autumn before 
the death of King Henry who granted the wardship of John the said 
Henry's brother. The same Henry was then in his mother's womb, 
and was born at the feast of the Annunciation after the said king's 
death at Pettworth, and baptized in the church there. 

Henry King's son (/?Kms Regis), aged 40, dwelling at Wotleworth, 

2 leagues from Pettworth, agrees from the common report of the country. 

Robert de Wappehurst, aged 50, agrees, and knows it because he has 

a son John who was born about the death of King Henry, who is now 

21 1 years (old). 

Henry de Boumyfeld (?), aged 60, of Petteworth, agrees, and knows it 
by the report of the country, and the said Henry Percy bears the name 
of one Henry Coly a free tenant of the same town. 

John Gundevill, aged 50, dwelling in the said parish, agrees, and knows 
it because in the third year after the said Henry's birth he married a 
wife ; also by the death of King Henry ; and he was born and baptized 
in the same parish &c. 

John de Codeham, of the present king's age, dweUing 2 leagues 
from Petworth, agrees, and knows it by the death of King Henry, 
and because he was in the service of Henry Tregoz, and bore a 
present from his lord to the mother of the said Henry, then lying in 
his cradle. 

John de Perham, who is of the present king's age and dwells 3 leagues 
from Petworth, agrees, and says he (the heir) is 21 years and 11 weeks 
(old), and this he knows by the death of King Henry. 

Robert de Howych, aged 50, dwelling 10 leagues from Pettewrth, 
agrees, and knows it by the death of King Henry, and because he has a 



142 INQUISITIONS. 



daughter Emma, who was born on the 3rd day after the birth of the said 
heir, and is now 21 and more. 

Robert de Clympefolde, aged 36, agrees, and knows it by the death of 
King Henry and the common report of the country. 

Henry Attefeld, aged 40, dwelling 8 leagues from Petteworth, agrees, 
and knows it well because he married his wife in the year the said 
Henry's father died. 

John Hokhurst, aged 36, (dwelUng) 6 leagues from Petteworth, agrees, 
and knows it by the common report of the country. 

WiUiam de Bergham Wyk, 40, (dwelling) 8 leagues from Petteworth, 
agrees for the same reason. 

John le Rus, aged 40, dwelling at Waring 8 leagues from Petteworth, 
says the like, for he had a son John who was bom at Christmas after 
Kmg Henry's death, and is now 22 and more. 

John le Melsher (?), 60, agrees, and knows it because he married his wife 
7 years before King Henry's death. 

WiUiam Musard agrees, and knows it by King Henry's death and the 
report of the country. 

Hugh de Bodington agrees, and knows it because he was in the ward- 
ship of the said Henry's mother. 

WiUiam Trotemenn (?) agrees, and knows it from one Emma who was 
the said Henry's nurse, dwelUng in his town ; and he was present at 
the purification of the said Henry's mother. 

The aforesaid proof was sent to the king's chancery. And let the 
heir satisfy the king for his marriage &c. [Enrolled on the Coram 
Rege Roll, Easter, 22 Edw. I, No. (140).] 

C.Edw.I, File 69. (15.) 

215. John de Horsy. 

Writ, 22 Feb. 22 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Horsy on Tuesday before Palm Sunday, 22 Edw. I 

(defaced.) 
Cherleton Makerel. | knight's fee (extent given), with the advowson of 

the church, held of the king in chief by the service aforesaid, and 

owing suit at the king's hundred (court) of Somerton every three 

weeks. 
Horsy. The manor (extent given), held of the heirs of Patrick de Chaworth 

for ^ knight's fee. 
Sydewere. 2s. lid. rent and 16a. meadow, held of Sir Simon de Monte 

Acuto in free socage .... 
Post Rigg and Asotte. Tenements (extent given) held of the heirs of 

Sir Hugh de Nova ViUa for | knight's fee ... . pertaining to the 

manor of Radeweye. 

WUUam his son, aged . . . ., is his next heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 2. (4.) 

216. John de Forstebury alias de Fortesbttry of Westgrafton. 

Writ, 27 June, 22 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. 16 July, 22 Edw. I. 

Westgrafton. A messuage &c. 96a. arable, 3a. meadow, a baUiwick of 



EDWARD T. 143 



being forester of fee in the king's wood called Sutgrave, and 5s. 

assised rent yearly, held of the king in chief by serjeanty ; and lO*. 

assised rent are due to be paid yearly at the castle of Marlborough 

{Merld)ergye). 
Burbach. la. arable held of Ela, countess of Warwick, service un- 
specified. 
Colyngeburn. 24a. arable held of William de Valanse by service of Id., 

which land he received with Isabel de Fortesbury who was his wife, 

and it is of her inheritance. 

Peter his son, aged 13, is his heir. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 2. (6.) 

217. Roger de la Beche. 



11 Feb. 22 Edw. I. 
Bebks. Inq. made at Wokyngeham on Tuesday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 
22 Edw. I. 
Sunnjmg manor. 94a. land and 4a. meadow, held of the bishop of 
Salisbury by service of 47s. yearly, and doing suit at the bishop's 
court every three weeks. 

Geoffrey his son, aged 15, is his next heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 2. (7.) 



218. Thomas de la Dxjne alias de la Downne, de la Dotjne. 

Writ 26 April, 22 Edw. I. 
[Essex.] Inq. made at the bridge of Stratford, 1 June, 22 Edw. I. 

[Unspecified.] A messuage with garden and dovecot, 80a. land, 2a. 
meadow, 2a. pasture, a nlarsh, 75. 10c?. assised rent, works worth 
2s. 6d. and a windmill, were sometime held by the said Thomas and 
• his ancestors of Richard Mayllard and his heirs by service of 4Z. 

yearly ; and the said Richard and his heirs and ancestors always 
used to render to the king for the said lands a lance for serjeanty 
for (ad) his army. Afterwards Gilbert the marshal and Maud his 
wife, sister and heir of the said Richard quit claimed the said 4Z. 
rent to the said Thomas and Edith his wife and their heirs by service 
of rendering Id. yearly for all service, as appears by a fine levied in 
the king's court. But the heirs of the said GUbert and Maud have 
nothing by which they can do the service of the said lance, wherefore 
the said Thomas entered to render the said serjeanty to the king 
for them. 

Bradewele. 3a. land held of John the cook (Coco) rendering 6d. yearly 
and Id. for scutage when it shall happen ; 60a. land, a marsh, la. 
pasture and the works of a customer, held by socage of John de la 
Mare rendering 20s. yearly ; 30a. land held by socage of Roger Baynard 
rendering 7s. yearly ; and |a. land held by socage of Richard de 
Gardino, rendering a clove gillyflower yearly. 

Thomas his son, aged 19, is his next heir. 

Writ to the escheator to assign her dower to Edith, late the wife of the 
said Thomas, who has given her oath not to marry without the 



144 INQUISITIONS. 



king's licence, and to return the assignment to the treasurer &c. 
of the exchequer to be enrolled, 26 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 

E.Inq.f.m. File 2. (8.) 



219. Hugh de Dtjtton. 

Writ to Robert de VaUe Eegali, escheator in co. Chester, 21 June, 
22 Edw. I. 

Similar lorit, requiring the escheator to be present at the exchequer at 
Westminster on the morrow of St. Michael with the inquisition, to 
hear his judgment for not having executed the former writ, 
22 July, 22 Edw. I. 
[Chester.] Inq. made at Northwich on Monday the eve of St. Matthew, 
22 Edw. I. 

The lands whereof the said Hugh was seised on the day he died, 
were worth 59Z. 6s., 4 gal. of wine and a glaive {unum gleyve). 

Hugh his son, aged 16 at the feast of the Conception next, is his 
true heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 2. (9.) 



220, HtTGH DE DxjTTON, knight. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to Reginald de Grey, justice of Chester, on the 
complaint of Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln and constable of Chester, 
that after the death of Hugh de Button, who held of the king in chief, 
the late escheator had taken into the king's hand certain lands, &c., 
held by him of the said earl by knight's service, whereas by the 
custom and prerogative of Chester, the lords of fees have the 
wardship of tenants' lands held of them by knight's service, even 
though the tenants hold other lands, &c., of the king in chief in the 
county or elsewhere. Bangor, 9 April, 23 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Chester before William de Beychull, dean of the 
church of St. John, Chester, deputy (locum tenentem) of the justice of 
Chester, on Monday after St. Boniface, 23 Edw. I. (defective.) 

The custom abovesaid has obtained and been used in the county 
time out of mind : the said Hugh held as follows : — 

Weston. The town, held of Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, by 
homage and service of finding a man with horse and hauberk 
(haubergettum) in the army of Wales in time of war for forty days 
at his own charges, and a doomsman (judicator) at the earl's court 
of Haulton every fortnight, food for the earl's Serjeants, provender 
for the horse of the master of the said Serjeants, and stallage. 

Kekwykc. The town held of the same earl by service of finding 
a suitor (sectator) at the same court, food for the earl's Serjeants 
for keeping the peace, provender, and stallage. 

Netherwalton. A moiety of the town. 

Neuton by Chester. 6 bovates of land. 

Runconere. 7 bovates of land. 

All held, but not in demesne, of the same earl together with 
Weston and Kekwyk for | knight's fee. 



EDWARD I. 145 



Preston. The town held of the manor of Frodesham by service of 8s. 
yearly, and finding to the said earl a man with horse and hauberk 
{haubergettum) in the army in time of war for forty days at his 
own charges, food of Serjeants, provender, 'stretwarde' and 
stallage, and a doomsman at the earl's court of Haulton. 

A held of the same earl by service of 6d. yearly. 

Thelewall. A messuage, a wharf (warp) on the river Merese and a . . . . 
held of the same earl .... 

Cheshire. The Kcencing of all minstrels and harlots in the earl's 
holding {advocaria omnium menestrallorum et meretricium in 
Cestris' de tenura ipsiiis comitis) .... yearly a sextary {sixteram) 
of wiae and a lance. 

From every tenant .... Hugh is due to the same earl the 
service of a footman in time of war and food for the earl's 
Serjeants .... 

Legh. [The town] is held of Sir Roger de Monte Alto by homage 
and service of 2 marks yearly. 

Hugh his son, aged . . ; years at the feast of the Conception last 
(is his next) heir. 

Similar ivrit on the complaint of John de Boydele. Ruyk in Arvon, 

7 May, 23 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made in full county (court) of Chester on Wednesday after 

St. Dtmstan, 23 Edw. I. 

The custom of the whole county of Chester is as abovesaid ; the 

said Hugh held of the said John as follows : — 
Dutton. 4 bovates of land held of. John de Boydel by service of 

finding two footmen for the guard of the castle of Dodeleston in 

time of war at his own costs for 2J days, and longer at the costs 

of the said John. 

Hugh his son, aged 16 on the day of the Conception last, is his next 
heir. 

Similar vyrit on the complaint of Roger de Monte Alto and the abbot of 
Vale Royal. Ruyk in Arvon, 7 May, 23 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Middlewich (Medium Wicum) before Richard de 
Mascy, deputy of the justice of Chester, on Friday after St. Barnabas, 
23 Edw. I. 
The custom of Chester is as abovesaid : — 

Legh in the hundred of Halton. The manor, held of Roger de Monte 
Alto for homage and service of 2 marks yearly. 

Dutton. The demesne lands and wastes with woods and waters, &c. 
held of the manor of Weverham, which the abbot of Vale Royal 
holds of the king's gift, by service of a sore sparrowhawk yearly 
or 2s. to the said abbot and convent ; and 6 bovates of land held of 
the same manor of Weverham by service of finding a doomsman in 
the abbot's court of Weverham for strengthening the court to 
render more circumspectly judgements in that court reserved on 
account of difficulties or ambiguities {pro afforciamento illius curie 
ad judicia oh difficultates seu a'mhiguitates in eadem curia respectuata 
circumspectius reddendo), and finding four footmen of the twelve 
which the manor of Weverham is bound to find in the army in time 

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146 INQUISITIONS. 



of war, at his own charges for forty days according to the custom 
of the country. 
Heir as above. 

Writ to John de Langeton, chancellor, to examine the inquisitions and 
give order accordingly under the great seal on behalf of the said 
Roger and the abbot. Thlanomenigh, 23 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Similar lorit on behalf of the earl of Lincoln. Derewen Lanarch, 15 July, 
23 Edw. I. 

C.Edw.I. File 70. (1.) 

221. Hugh de Lachendon alias de Lachyndon. 

Writ, 1 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
[Essex.] Inq. made at Maiden, 13 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Lachyndon. A messuage, 300a. arable, a marsh, 3a. meadow, 4a. 
pasture, and 135. 8d. assised rent, held of the king in chief by 
service of a knight's fee ; and they -render 10s. yearly for the guard 
of the castle of Dover. 
William his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (2.) 

222. Bertram de Magna Moeles alias de Moles. 

Writ, Lammas in the isle of Anglesea, 26 April, 23 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Chester on Wednesday, after St. Dunstan, 
23 Edw. I. 
Great Moles. J knight's fee held of the king in chief by the service 
pertaining to so much of a fee. 

Bertram, son of Henry de Moles, aged 22, is his heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (3.) 

223. Peter de Shatton alias de Schatton. 

Writ, Aberconewey, 30 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. Friday after SS. Tibercius and Valerian, 23 Edw. I. 

High Peak. Two bovates of land in the bailiwick of High Peak held of 

the king in chief by keeping the king's forest of the Peak in Hopedale 

in person (per corpus suum). 
Aston. 4s. 6d. yearly rent of free tenants, rendering 2s. yearly for the 

same to Sir Robert de Stredlg'. 

Peter his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (4.) 

224. Master Peter de Lydesbye alias de Ledesbyb. 

Writ, 23 AprH, 23 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. made at Boxe on Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 23 Edw. I. 

Le Portfolde by Cycestre. 5a. land held of the manor of Shapwyk, which 
is held of the king in chief, rendering 25d. yearly at the said manor. 
AUce de Ledeseie his sister, aged 50 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (5.) 



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225. William Armestrang. 

Writ, 7 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Thursday after St. Matthias, 23 Edw. I. 
Ulvesby. A moiety of the town (extent given) held of the king in chief, 

rendering to the sheriff of Cumberland 10s. 8d. for cornage and 15s. 

of free farm. 

Adam his son, aged 40, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (6.) 

226. Juliana the wife of William Bardolf alias Bardulf. 

Writ, 6 Nov., 23 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. Wednesday after St. Martin, 23 Edw. I. 

Wendovere and Bledelawe. 36s. lid. rents of free tenants, held of Isabel 
de Fenes by service of I knight's fee. 

Hugh Bardolf, knight, aged 40 at the feast of St. Michael last, is her 
next heir. 

Bedford. Inq. taken at Donstaple on Saturday after St. Katharine, 
24 Edw. I. 
• Kynggeshougthone. 60s. Id. yearly rent, viz., from John Duraunt, the 
younger, for a virgate of land 16s. 8d., from John de Linleye of 
Hougthon for 3| virgates 18s. Id., and from Robert de Linleye and 
Thomas Maynard of Hogthon for IJ virgate 25s., held of the king 
in chief, service unspecified. 

Heir, Sir Hugh BardouK of fuU age. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Lewes on Sunday, the feast of St. Edmund, King and 
Martyr. 
Berlinge by Estboume. The manor (extent given), including pasture on 
the hills, held of the barony of Gurnay, which barony she held of 
the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir, Hugh Bardulf of full age. 

Norfolk. Inq. Saturday after St. Edmund the King (?)... {fragment). 
Cauntele and Castre. The manors (extents given) held of the king in 

chief by service of 6 knights' fees. 
Strumpeshache. A capital messuage, lands, rents, &c. (extent given) 

; .... 50a. arable held of the bishop of 

Norwich . . . . ; and 18a. land and .... rents held of Robert de 

Catton 

Thunstal. 53 .... in the same town of Thunstal, held of Simon de 

Taverham 

Sir Hugh ' Bardolf is next heir of aU the lands . . . . , [which] Sir 
William Bardolf and the said JuHana his wife acquired jointly to them 

and their heirs she died seised. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (7.) 

227. Geoffrey db Tilyol alias de Tilliol. 

Writ, 7 April, 23 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carhsle on Wednesday, the morrow of the 
Invention of the Holy Cross, 23 Edw. I. 



148 INQUISITIONS. 



Scaleby. The capital messuage, 100a. land, 10a. meadow, 475. rents of 
tenants at will, and lib. cummin and 4:d. rent of a free tenant, held of 
the king in chief by comage of | mark, and by suit at the county 
(court) ; and two parts of the town with a water-miU, held of the 
lord of GiUisland by homage and suit at his court at Irthington. 

Solperd. The manor held of Sir John Wake by homage, suit at the 
court of StubhUl, and 2s. 6d. yearly for comage. 

Eycardeby. The manor held of the prior of Carlisle by homage, suit 
at his court of Botcher Street {de vico Bochardi) in the suburb of 
Carhsle, and 1 mark yearly. 

Robert his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C Edw. I. File 70. (8.) 

228. William Aspervile alias db Aspervil, of Aylesbury. 

Writ, 30 Sept. 23 Edw. I. 
BtrCKOfGHAM. Inq. Tuesday before St. Martin, 23 Edw. I. 

Aylesbury. A capital messuage, &c., 84a. arable, 6a. meadow, 135. 4:d. 
rent of free tenants, and I2d. pleas and perquisites; whereof the 
messuage and a virgate of land, containing 21a., 3a. meadow, and 75. 
rent, are held of the king in chief by service of keeping aU the 
distraints made for the green wax in the county, and aU the other 
tenements are held of Richard son of John by rendering 22s. Id. 
yearly and suit of court. 

John his son, aged 10 at the feast of St. Michael last, is his next heir. 

Endorsed. The barons of the exchequer can make no execution of 
this inquisition because they have no writ from the king thereupon, 
nor yet the petition returned from the council, nor any other precept 
or mandate. 

Assignment of dower to Agnes late the wife of the said William, viz. — a 
third part of the lands &c. in Aylesbury whereof be died seised. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (9.) 

229. Thomas de Sancto Vigore. 

Writ, 5 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Uphaven on Thursday after the Exaltation of the Holy 
Cross, 23 Edw. I. 
Stock in the hundred of Calne. A capital messuage with garden, 128a. 
arable, 10a. meadow, 12a. pasture, a grove containing 3a., worth 12d. 
yearly, 16s. 3d., lib. pepper and 3lb. cummin rents of free tenants, 
and 35. rent of a customer, held of the king in chief by service of 
^ knight's fee. 

Thomas his son, aged 27 and more, is his next heir. 

Somerset, Inq. taken at WeUes on Sunday before St. Bartholomew, 23 Edw. I. 
Strattone upon Fos. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of 
Lincoln by service of a knight's fee. 

Thomas his firstborn son, aged 26, is his heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (10.) 



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230. Simon de Raghton. 

Writ to the keeper (custodi) of the office of escheatry in Cumberland, 
4 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at CarHsle on Wednesday after the Assumption, 
23 Edw. I. {defective.) 
Raghton. 13a. land and a fourth part of a water-miU, held of the 
king in chief by serjeanty of keeping the ejrries of hawks 
(aucipif) in the forest 'of Engelwode and rendering 9s. 2d. yearly at 
the exchequer of the castle of Carlisle ; 7a. land held of the bishop 
of Carlisle, service unspecified; a plot of land held of the abbot 

of , worth 25., which he rendered to the abbot; and a free 

farm of 2lb. cummin from a free tenant. 
Henry his son, aged 22 and more, is his (next) heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (11.) 

231. William de Gorges. 

Writ, 6 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 

Devon. Inq. made at Plympton on Friday after the Purification, 23 Edw. I, 

Tamerton. The manor (extent given), including 35s. 2d. rent of the 

borough, held of the heir of Hugh le Curteney, a minor and in the 

, king's wardship, with the fees of Peterestavi, Midelton and Horswell, 

for 3 knight's fees. 

Thomas de Gorges, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (12.) 

232. Herbert de Calne. 

Writ, 6 June, 23 Edw. I. 
[Southampton.] Inq. Wednesday, the feast of St. Matthew, 23 Edw. I. 
Draytone. The manor, part (extent given) held of Hugh de Brayboef 

by service of J knight's fee, and the residue held of the abbot of 

Hyde at fee farm, rendering 8 marks yearly. 
Brokkesheved. 40s. yearly rent held of Sir Hugh le Despenser. 

Herbert his son, aged 4 at Whitsunday last, is his next heir. 

Dorset. Inq. Thursday before St. Margaret, 23 Edw. I. 

Bromleye. The manor (extent given) held of Baldwin de Calne, who 
- is of the sovereignty of the king of France, by service of rendering 20s. 
as scutage when it shall happen, to wit, for J knight's fee. He had 
no other lands, &c. in the county. 

His heir is called Herbert and is 5 years of age and more from 
Whitsunday last to the present day. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Galiena late the wife of 
the said Herbert that the escheator had taken into the king's hand 
the manor of Bromlegh which the said Herbert assigned to her in 
dower at the church door, 27 July, 23 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. Sunday after the Assumption, 23 Edw. I. 

Bromleye. The said Herbert assigned the manor to Gahena his wife 
at the church door in dower on the day he married her. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (13.) 



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233. William de Peecy of Kildar alias Kyldale, the younger, alias 

William de Percy. 

Writ to the keeper of the office of esoheatry m co. York, 3 May, 
23 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at York on Sunday the eve of St. Peter ad Vincula, 
23 Edw. I. 
Ormesby with Caldecotes and \\ carucate of land in Crathom, held 
of Amald de Percy, his brother, rendering to him \d. at Easter and 
the foreign service pertaumig to such a tenement. The said William 
did to Robert de Twenge for Ormesby and Caldecotes homage only 
and no other service, but did aU the foreign services to WilUam 
de Percy, his father, and after the death of his said father to Arnald 
de Percy, son and heir of the said WiUiam de Percy, the elder. 

Alexander his son, aged 14, is his next heir. 

Writ \ad mdius inquirendum] to the same, the last inquisition making no 
mention whether the lands &c. are held of the heir of Marmaduke 
de Tweng or not, 12 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Stokeslee on Saturday before St. Bartholomew, 
23 Edw. I. 

The said William de Percy held all his land in Ormesby, Caldecotes 
and elsewhere in the bailiwick, of Arnald de Percy, and nothing o| 
the heir of Marmaduke de Tweng, nor did any other service to the 
said heir. 

He died in Wales on Friday before St. Mark, in the year abovesaid. 

Heir as above. 

G. Edw. I. File 70. (14.) 

234. Andrew de Nevill. 

Writ, 23 Sept. 23 Edw. I. 
LmcoLN. Inq. Monday after St. Denis, 23 Edw. I. 

Ryggesby. The manor, with certain lands &c. in Sutton, held of John 
de Britannia, earl of Richmond, by service of \ knight's fee and 
rendering 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Richemund. 

The said Andrew three years ago demised the said manor to Sir 
Robert de Kirketon, knight, and Beatrice his wife for their hves in 
survivorship, rendering to them and their heirs or assigns 20 marks 
yearly ; and the lands &c. in Sutton to Sir Alan de Sutton, chaplain, 
for his life, rendering to him, his heirs or assigns \d. yearly. 
Thevelby. 5s. yearly rent, tenure unspecified. 
Helmeswell. 5s. yearly rent, tenure unspecified. 
JoUand his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 70. (15.) 

235. James de Burneham alias de Btjrnham, 

Writ, 3 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 24 Oct. 20 [sic) Edw. I. 

Tolleshunte Tregoz. A fourth part of a messuage, 63a. arable, 2a. 
meadow, \a. pasture, 4a. wood, 7s. \\d. rent of free tenants, 20d. 



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rent of bondmen, and 6d. for works, &c. of a customer, held of the 
king in chief, as of the honour of Peverel, by service of f and J 
knight's fee ; 17a. arable held of the abbess of Berkyngg by service 
of rendering 5d. yearly ; and 4a. arable and Br. meadow, held of 
John Fillol by service of rendering 3s. 4|(i. yearly. 
Blunteshale. A fourth part of a messuage, 103a. arable, 3|a. Ir. meadow, 
5a. pasture, 2Ja. wood, 31s. 5d. rent of free tenants, works of a 
customer worth 2s. 7f(Z. yearly, and 9d. for a rent of eels, held of 
the king in chief by the services aforesaid. 
Hubert de Burnham, his brother, aged 30, is his next heir. 

Essex. Assignment (of dower) to Idonea, late the wife of the said James, 
of a third part of the above (undated.) 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (16.) 

236. Thomas de Stodham. 

Writ, 17 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Pritilwell, 4 Sept. 23 Edw. I. 

Plumberwe. A messuage, 351a. arable, a foreign marsh, 25a. wood, 
23s. Id. rents of assize, and the works of a customer, held of the 
king in chief of the honour of Releye by service of a knight's fee. 

Great Sottoune. A messuage, &c., 240a. arable, 4a. meadow, 18s. 5|(i. 
rent of assize, held of the king in chief of the honour of Releye by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Plumberwe. A marsh held of the earl of Oxford by service of rendering 
40s. yearly to the prior of Colne (Colum) ; 44a. arable, 8a. wood, 
and a windmill, held of John de Sandoune by service of rendering 
a clove gillyflower yearly; and 30a. land held of Agnes de 
Schobyr(y) by service of rendering 10s. 6d. yearly. 

Thomas his son, aged 17 J, is his next heir. 

Heeteord. Inq. Thursday the feast of the translation of St. Hugh, 
23 Edw. I. 
Stodham. A fee farm rent of 10 marks by the hands of Richard ate 
Hylle coming from a messuage, 240a. land, and 4a. meadow, which are 
held of Walter de Botlesford by service of 12c;. yearly. 

Thomas son of Thomas de Todham (sic), aged 17 and more, is his next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (17.) 

237. William de Luton. 

Writ, 18 May, 23 Edw. I. 
BtrcKiNGHAM. Inq. Friday after the translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 

23 Edw. I. 
HertweU. A messuage, &c., 129a. arable, 11a. meadow and 2a. several 

pasture. 
Hampden. A messuage, 36a. arable and a wood. 
HertweU and Hampden. 41. 13s. l^d. assised rents of freemen and 

customers, and 20 customers and cottars whose works are worth 

17s. l^d- 



152 INQUISITIONS. 



All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, except 
a garden, 69a. arable, 3a. meadow and 2a. pasture, which are held 
of divers lords rendering nothing yearly, because they were 
acquired of divers men who are bound to defend and acquit the said 
Wilham and his heirs against all men. 

Thomas his son, aged 15 at Christmas last, is his next heir. 

[Leicestbe.] Extent Wednesday, the feast of St. Margaret, 23 Edw. I. 

Garthorp, A messuage, 5 virgates of land in demesne, customers 
holding 10| virgates of land for which they render 71. yearly, and 
two parts of a water-mill, held of Nicholas de Lawham by service of 
2s. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 13 at the feast of All Saints last. 

[Writ to the escheator to assign her dower to Beatrice late the wife of the 
said WiUiam who has taken her oath not to marry without the king's 
hcence, and send the assignment to be enrolled in the chancery, 
10 Aug. 23 Edw. I.] 
Buckingham. Assignment of dower to the said Beatrice {undated). 

Hertwell. The capital messuage, &c., 86a. arable, 6a. meadow, and 
la. pasture, and rents and services of a free tenant and of divers 
customers and cottars (names given) worth 54s. 4d. 
Hampden. A third part of the capital messuage with the grange, 24a. 
land, and two parts of the wood. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (18.) 
E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (1.) 



238. Alfred de Tatjntyfer alias Tattntefbe. 

Writ, 29 July, 23 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. made at Exeter on Wednesday, the feast of St. Laurence, 
23 Edw. I. 

Suthautone manor. A messuage, a carucate of land, and a mill, held of 
the heir of Ralph de Tony [a minor and in the king's wardship] by 
service of Id. yearly ; 30s. rent of a free tenant, rendering 12d. 
for the same to the same heir ; and 115s. Ifd. yearly rent, held of 
Desiderata de Hortone, rendering to her 100s. yearly. 

Wythelegh in the manor of Samford Cortenay. 40s. yearly rent, a water- 
mill, and a fulling mill, held of the heir of Hugh de Cortenay by 
service of g© knight's fee, and doing suit at the court of Okamtone 
every month, and two suits yearly at the said heir's court of 
Samford Cortenay, tanquam ad pacem domini regis. 

Walter Tauntefer, his brother, aged 28 at the feast of SS. Peter and 
Paul last, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.J. Fik70.{19.) 

239. Roger de la More. 

Writ, 24 Sept. 22 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made Ledoun on Wednesday before St. Denis, 22 Edw. I. 

La More. The town (extent given), including a messuage &c., held 



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of the king in chief by the serjeanty of bearing the king's standard 
in the van of his army, if the king shall go through the parts of 
Montgomery with his army into Wales, and being head constable 
of the foot-men of co. Salop, receiving 12d. daily from the king, 
and by service of rendering the king a mark yearly by the hands 
of the sheriff, and doing suit at the hundred (court) of Posselowe 
every three weeks. 

WUham his son, aged 10 on the day of the Invention of the Holy Cross 
in the year abovesaid, is his next heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 2. (5.) 

240. Roger de la More. 

Writ, 16 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Muneton on Thursday the feast of the Nativity of the 
Blessed Mary, 23 Edw. I. 

La More. A messuage, 110a. land, 10a. meadow, a water-miU, wood, 
21s. 4rf, rents of free tenants, whereof the sheriff of Salop receives 
13s. 4d. yearly, 50s. 2d. rents of customers, and 2s. pleas and perquisites, 
held of the king in chief by serjeanty of bearing the king's standard 
in the van of the army, when the king shall happen to go with an 
army through the parts of Montgomery into Wales, and by service 
of being cluef constable of the foot-men of the county of Salop, 
receiving 12d. a day from the king, and also by service of rendering 
13s. 4d. yearly by the hands of the sheriff and doing suit at the 
hundred of Pusselowe every three weeks ; out of which Alice, late 
the wife of the said Roger, is dowered by the king's writ. 

William his son, aged 10 on the day of the Invention of the Holy 
Cross, 23 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (20.) 

241. Nigel de Sandervill alias de Saundrevyl. 

Writ, 5 March, 23 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. made at Rading, 20 March, 23 Edw. I. 

Morton. A messuage &c. with a fishpond, 224a. arable, 12a. meadow, a 

several pasture, 58s. 8^d. and 2lb. pepper worth 20d., rents of free 

tenants, and 76s. Id., and 4 capons worth 4d., rents of villeins. 
Edeneburn. An empty plot where there is accustomed to be the site of a 

messuage, 35a. land, 6|a. meadow, 15s. rents of freemen, 375. rents 

of customers, works of customers worth 3s. 4|(^., and church-scot 

22d. 
All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, and 

there is accustomed to be rendered 10s. yearly at the castle of 

Skypton in Cravene. 
Tygheleshurst. Three virgates of land, 8a. meadow, and 3a. pasture, 

held of Peter de Hasele as of the marriage of Alice, sometime the 

wife of the said Nigel; and a virgate of land held of Thomas de 

Keneteswode by service of a gillyflower yearly. 

Thomas son of the said Nigel and AUce, aged 24, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (21.) 



164 INQUISITIONS. 



242. Nigel de Sander vill. 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower of the lands &c. which were of 
the said Nigel, to be assigned to Ahce late his wife, having accepted 
her oath not to marry without the king's Ucence, 11 May, 23 Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (3.) 

243. Thomas de Wydehaye. 

Writ, 15 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Lincoln. Inq. Monday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 23 Edw. I. 

Beseby in the soke of Waltham. Two tofts for a capital messuage, 6 

bovates of land demised to farm for 9s. each yearly for the Uves 

of Agnes de Kanc(ia) the wife of John Est of Beseby, William le 

Lung of Cateby and Alan le Clerk of Aldwoldeby, a Uttle wood, 

and 381. lis. ll|d. rents of sokemen in Beseby, Wold Neuton, 

Hawardeby, Fenneby, Askeby, Briggeslee, Alwoldby, Gumerby and 

Northcotes, and 65. 8d. pleas &c. of court, held of the king in chief 

by service of J knight's fee. 

WiUiam, son of Roger Gerlaund who married Gunnora sister of the 

aforesaid Thomas, aged 30 and more, and Edward, son of Stephen 

Fromund of Wyncestre who married Margery his other sister, aged 25 

and more, are his nephews and next heirs, because he died without 

heir of his body. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (22.) 

244. Robert de Wynington alias de Wyninton. 

Writ to the escheator of co. Chester, 22 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. Friday after St. Valentine, 23 Edw. I. 

Wyninton. The manor, whereof a moiety held of the abbot of Chester 

for homage and 10s. yearly, and the other moiety held by the courtesy 

of England after the death of Margery his wife of the heirs of Sir 

Warin de Meynwaring for ^ knight's fee. 

Robert, son of the said Robert and Margery, aged 30, is heir of this 

manor. 

After the death of the said Margery the said Robert married 
Maud daughter of Richard de Wilburham and heir of Richard her 
brother, who held of the king in chief a moiety of the manor of 
Leftewych, and many divers parcels in Schibbrock major, Schyrlach, 
Bradeford, Hurdlyston, Acton and Nantwich {Wicus Mauban), and 
a plot of land in Davenaham ; all which he held of the king for 
I and ^ knight's fee after the death of the said Maud by the courtesy 
of England. 

Richard, son of the said Robert and Maud, aged 21 at the feast of 
SS. Peter and Paul last, is next heir of the same Maud. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (23.) 

245. Nicholas de Barplet of Southampton alias de Barbeelbt, 

Writ, 30 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Southampton. Inq. made at Southampton on Wednesday before St. 
Michael. 



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Schyrle. The manor (extent given) held of John de Nywbyr(y) in 
socage, rendering lib. cummin yearly. 

WeUes by Romese. A capital messuage &c., 4 bovates of land, I6a. 
meadow, pasture, 40s. rents, and 2 water-mills with a fishery, held 
in socage of the abbess of Romese, to whom are due yearly 
57s. 4|d!., 2,000 herrings, 300 eels, ploughing of 14a. land, and 
mowing of 2a. meadow. 

(Unspecified.) 4a. arable held of William Sampson, service unspecified. 

Nicholas his son, is his next heir and of full age. 

Wn,TS. Inq. Monday after St. Michael, 23 Edw. I. 

The barton of Merleberg. Two water-miUs held of the king in chief, 

rendering a pair of gilt spurs yearly ; and 42a. arable in ' la Berton ' 

held of the Templars, rendering 16s. yearly, and owing suit to the 

king at the barton. 
Manton. | knight's fee held of Henry Tyes, doing the service of 

J knight's fee when scutage runs. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (24.) 

246. John son 01" John db Reddemeb alias de Redmar. 

Writ to Thomas de Normanvill, escheator, 4 March, 23 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Ravenserodd on Thursday after St. Augustine, 

23 Edw. I. 

Northorp. A messuage and 4J bovates of land in demesne, and in service 
6 bovates of land, held of him by John de Northorp by free 
service of 10s. yearly ; and 1| bovate of land held by WiUiam de 
Redmar by free service of a pair of white gloves. 

Esington. J bovate of land, and in a plot called Lekholm, 10a. land in 
demesne, and in service J bovate and 41a. land, held by John de 
Northorp by free service of 5s. yearly; and 33a. land held by John 
de Redmar, father of the said John, for hfe by free service of 5s. 
yearly. 
AU held of the king in chief by free service of 30s. yearly. 

Alice his daughter, aged half a year at Whitsunday, 23 Edw. I, is his 
next heir. 

Writ to John de Lythegreyns, escheator, 20 March, 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : 
This writ was received on Thursday the octave of St. Michael. 
York. Inq. made at Ravenser on Saturday, the morrow of the Epiphany, 

24 Edw, I. 

Northorp and Esington. To the same effect as above ; but 1 bovate of 
land only held by William de Reddemer in Northorp, and | bovate 
and 43a. land held by John de Northorp in Esington. 

AU the above used to be held of the earl of Albemarle, of his 
barony in Holdemesse, by free service of 30s. yearly, and now they 
are held of the king in chief by the same service. 
Alice his daughter, aged 8 months and more, is his next heir. 

Writ to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to search the rolls 
of the exchequer and certify the king whether the said John held 



156 INQUISITIONS. 



of the king by any service whereby the king ought to have the 
wardship of ms lands &g. by reason of the minority of his heir, 
22 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Return by the said barons, that it is not found in the rolls &c. that the 
king's progenitors ever had the wardship of the lands &c. of the said 
John's ancestors ; but it is expedient that the extents which Isabel 
late countess of Albemarle made, by writ of the chancery, of all the 
fees which were held of WiUiam de Fortibus, sometime earl of 
Albemarle, her husband, and which are returned into the chancery, 
should be viewed. It also seems to them, that it would be much to 
the advantage of the crown, that extents of that nature, made in 
similar cases, should be enrolled at the exchequer. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (25.) 

247. Jomsr de Lodelawe alias de Lodelowe, de Lxjdelowb. 

Writ, 8 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Glotjcesteb. -Inq. the eve of the Assumption, 23 Edw. I. 

Campeden. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including 4 water- 
mills, and 23.S. 2d. yearly rent from burgesses in the borough, held 
of the king in chief for | knight's fee. 
Bevis (Bogo) his son, aged 12, is his next heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Isabel, late the wife of John 
de Ludelowe, that the escheator, had taken iuto the king's hand the 
moiety of the manor of Caumpedene, whereof she was jointly enfeoffed 
with her husband, 10 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Glotjcestee. Inq. the eve of the Assumption, 23 Edw. I. 

Campeden. The said Isabel was enfeoffed jointly with her husband of 
a moiety of the manor (extent given as abovesaid), by Sir John 
Lestrange (Extraneum), and peacefully continued her seisin with her 
said husband for 9 years until his death. 

C.Edw.I. File 10. (26.) 

248. Philip de Monte Gomeri. 

Writ, Dolgeththleu, 11 May, 23 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Ing. 4 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Weulton. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Felicia his wife 

of John Wake in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Staverton. 56s. 4d. yearly rent held jointly as above, paying SOs. yearly 

to the chief lords. 
Trop. A messuage &c., 2J virgates of land, pasture, 9a. meadow and 

35. yearly rent, held jointly as above of Sir William de Fenis by 

service of | knight's fee. 

Anne, daughter of the said Philip and Fehcia, aged 3 years and more 
from Michaelmas to now, is next heir of the same Philip. 

Lincoln. Ivq. Monday before St. Barnabas, 23 Edw. I. 

WadiQgton. 1| bovate of land, a plot of meadow, a sixteenth part of a 
windmill, a fishery in the Brante, 9s. 4d. rents of free tenants, 



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57s. M. rents of bondmen who hold 6^ bovates of land, and 3s. id. 

rents of cottars. 
Beltesford. A bovate of land, a sixteenth part of a water-mill and 

26s. 3d. rents of bondmen. 
Donyng^ton. A fourth part of a bovate of land, I2d. rents of free tenants, 

and 8s. 7d. rents of bondmen. 
Alkebarwe. 7a. arable, 2|a. meadow, a sixteenth part of a windmill, 

a sixteenth part of a pasture, and 10s. rents of bondmen. 

All held of John son of John de Wesham by service of a pepper-com, 

Heir as above, aged 3 at Easter last. 

Writ of cerUorari to Roger Lestrange (Hxtraneo), justice of the forest 
this side Trent, as to the value of the bailiwick of the forestry of 
Canoe, Keleseyn, 8 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Return (?) {fragment undated). 

Writ, 27 June, 23 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. taken at Weford on Monday before St. Margaret, 23 Edw. T. 
Cannok. The bailiwick of steward, held of the king in chief for 10 marks 

yearly. 
Frodeleg. 2a. waste held of Robert de Somervile for homage, \d. rent, 
and wardship and marriage when it happens. 

Anne his daughter, aged 4 at the feast of St. Michael this year, is 
his heir. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Haylesham on Wednesday after St. James, 23 Edw. I. 
Watlinton. The said Philip married Felicia, daughter and heir of 
Nicholas de Welton, who has 23s. l\d. yearly rent in Watlinton held 
of the honour of Laigle, which is in the king's hand, doing suit for 
the tenants at the county (court) of Sussex, and rendering by their 
hands 16s. M. yearly for the guard of the castle of Pevenese. The 
said Felicia survives as the jury believe. 

Heir unknown. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton on Thursday the Translation 

of St. Thomas the Martyr, 23 Edw. I. 
Welton. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Felicia his wife 

of John Wake in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Staverton. 56s. 4d. yearly rent held jointly as above, rendering SOs. 

yearly to the prior of Daventre and Thomas de Boltisham. 
Trop. A messuage &c., 2| virgates of land, a several pasture, 9a. meadow, 

and 3s. rent, held jointly as above, from which Sir WiUiam de Fenys, 

when scutage runs, shall receive 20s. as chief lord of the fee. 

Heir as above, aged 3 at the feast of St. Michael last. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (27.) 
E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (20.) 

249. Adam lb Desfensek. 

Writ, Radenore, 18 June, 23 Edw. I. 
[Glotjcestek.1 Extent, Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edw. I. 

Lechampton. The manor, viz, — ^A messuage &c., 2 carucates of land 



158 INQUISITIONS. 



containing 320<z., 20a. meadow, 4a. wood, a water-mill, 6s. rent of 
free tenants, and 4| virgates of land in villenage, held of the king 
in chief by the serjeanty of being the king's spencer (dispensator) ; 
1 carucate of land containing 160a., and 4a. meadow, held of the abbot 
of Fecamp (Fischamp), rendering 10,5. 8d. yearly ; and 40a. arable 
and a several pasture, held of the heirs of Giles de Berchleye, paying 
4s. yearly. 
Amaurj'^ (Almaricus) le Despenser, aged 40, is his next heir. 

[Glottcester.] Inq. Tuesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edw. I. 

King's Stanlegh. A messuage &c., 2 carucates of arable land containing 
196a. land, 17a. meadow, 80a. wood, a water-mill, 71. 16s. lid. rent of 
free tenants, and works &c. 8Z, ISs., held of the king in chief by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 
Heir as above. 

Writ, Radenore, 18 June, 23 Edw. I. 
[Glottcester.] Inq. made at Brudelep, 12 July, 23 Edw. I. 

King's Stanleye. The manor (extent given, which diiJers from that above 
given), including rents of the borough, held of the king in chief by 
service of ^ knight's fee. 
Lechampton. The manor (extent given, which differs from that above 
given), including a park, held of the king in chief by serjeanty 
of serving before the king in the office of spencer (dispensatoris) on 
Christmas day, Easter day and Whitsunday, and 10s. 8d. rent to 
the abbot of Fecamp (FescJtaump), and 4b. to the lord of 
Cutbryhtleye. 
Amaury (Almaricus) his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 70. (28.) 



250. Adam le Despenser. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum to Malcolm de Harleye, escheator, Clune, 
19 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Writ to the same escheator, whereas the king lately commanded him to 
give seisin to Amaury, son and heir of the said Adam, of all the said 
Adam's lands &c., the escheator is commanded to resume all the said 
lands &c. into the king's hand, and in the presence of the heir to cause 
her dower thereof to be assigned to Joan, late the wife of the said 
Adam, and send the assignment to be enrolled in the chancery, 
28 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Writ of plenius certiorari de feodis &c. to the same escheator, 28 Aug. 
23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — .... cos. Gloucester, Lancaster, 
Southampton, Worcester and Oxford. 

Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to extend the manor of 
Lekhampton co. Gloucester, marvelling that he has not executed a 
former writ, 6 Feb. 31 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Extent Wednesday after St. Ambrose, 31 Edw. I. 

Lechampton. The manor (extent given) held by the said Adam of the 



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king in chief, rendering 10s. 8d. yearly to the abbot of Fecamp, 
{Fiscamp, Fischamp). 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (16.) 

251. William le Moyne alias le Moyngne, le MoYtrNE. 

Writ, 8 Deo. 23 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Donemawe, 9 Jan. 23 Edw. I. 

Eyeston ad Montem. A messuage &c., 400a. arable, 18a. meadow, 
8a. pasture, 2 mills, 62s. rent, works worth 14s, and a grove, held 
of the king in chief by serjeanty of being buyer and keeper of the 
king's larder. 

Henry his son, aged 50, is his next heir. 

Wilts. Inq. Monday after the Epiphany, 23 Edw. I. 

Wynterburn Maydynton. A capital messuage &c. in the manor, 13s. id. 
rents of viUeins, a carucate of land containing 100a., la. meadow, and 
pasture for 100 sheep, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of being 
buyer of the king's kitchen and keeper of his larder. 

Heir as above, aged 40. 

Gloxtcestee. Inq. Saturday after the Epiphany, 23 Edw. I. 

Scipton Moygne. The manor with the advowson of the church, formerly 
held of the king in chief by serjeanty as last above; whereof the 
said WiUiam 20 years before his death enfeoffed his son Henry 
(Hanr') for life only, rendering to him a pair of gloves yearly at 
Easter, reserving to himself only 2 virgates of land, the advowson 
of the church, and the services of the free tenants, whereof he died 
seised. 

Heir as above, aged 40 and more. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcestre on Monday after Christmas day, 23 Edw. I. 
Ogres. The manor (extent given), including the close of the court con- 
taining 3a., pasture for 100 pigs, and the advowson of the church, 
held of the king in chief by serjeanty of being buyer and keeper 
of the king's larder. 

Heir as above, his firstborn son, aged 40 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (1.) 

252. William de Faucumbbrge alias de Eattkumberg, de Eatjtjcunberg, 

Eaitcobeeg, le Faucuberg, de Fatjcunberg. 

Writ, Aberconewey, 4 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 

Writ, Aberconewey, 8 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
Derby ; [wapentake oe] Scarsdale (Scharvisdale). Inq. Sunday, the 
morrow of St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edw. I. 

Barleburic alias Barleburyt. The manor called ' Adam Chaumbur ' and 
the park thereto belonging, held by separate enfeoffments of Adam 
de Gredelyng, rendering for the same to him and his heirs or assigns 
iOl. and 201. yearly respectively, whereof he has satisfied the said 
Adam for the first ten years following the enfeoffments, of the 
payment of the said rents of iOl. for the manor and 101. (sic) for 



160 INQUISITIONS. 



the paric, the manor is worth 101. yea,vly, the court | mark, and the 
park 10 marks ; these feoffments were made by the said Adam to 
save {ad salvandum) to the said William his term of ten years. 

John his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir. 

Derby ; wapentake of Scarsdalb (Scarvesdal). Inq. made at Chesterfeld 
on Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edw. I. 
Barleburg. The manor of Adam de Grydeling called Adam's Chamber 
{Camera Ade), whereof he was enfeoffed, rendering yearly to the said 
Adam his heirs and assigns, after the term of 10 years, iOl. He 
was also enfeoffed by the said Adam de Gredeling of the park of 
Barleburg, rendering yearly after the term of 10 years 201. ; but the 
said WiUiam was enfeoffed on condition that he should be able to 
save his term of 10 years, and under such form he died there. 

Heir as above. 

Nottingham. Inq. Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edw. I. 

Cukenay. A capital messuage &c., 60a. arable, 2a. meadow, 13s. 4:d. 
rent of free tenants, 151. 3s. 4d. rent of bondmen {nativorum), 12s. 
rents of cottars and 3s. M. yearly from a warren {conigerie), held of 
the king in chief, and he ought to shoe {ferrare) the king's palfrey, if 
there be need, whenever the king shall come to Mamesfeld [alias 
Maunsfeld],and if he shall lame {includat) the king's palfrey, he shall 
give the king 5 marks and shall have the palfrey : and if there be 
war in Wales, he shall find the king an esquire with a horse worth 
40s. for forty days, and shall find all his expenses. 

Heir as above, aged 23 and more. 

Nottingham. Inq. Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edw. I. 

Cokeney, &c. To the same effect as above, with the variation there 
given in square brackets. 

Heir as last above. 

York. Inq. made at Brandesburton on Thursday before St. Greeorv. 
23 Edw. I. 

Catfosse. A capital messuage, 4 carucates and 3 bovates of land in 
demesne, and 15 bovates in service, whereof : — 2 bovates held by 
Robert de Faucimberge, rendering a rose yearly ; 3 bovates held 
by John Barn by knight's service ; 1 bovate held by Peter de 
Faucunberge, rendering a clove gillyflower yearly ; 4 bovates held 
by WiUiam son of William de Faucunberge, rendering Id. yearly ; 
3 bovates held by Henry brother of the same WiUiam, rendering a 
clove gUlyflower yearly ; 2 bovates held by the prioress of KiUing 
in frank almoin ; and 6a. land with 2 tofts, held by WiUiam le 
TaiUur, rendering lib. pepper yearly. 

Killing. The wood held by the same WilUam. 

AH held of Walter de Faucunberge by knight's service. 
He held nothing of the king in chief within the bounds of 
Holdemess. 

Heir as last above. 

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253. Thomas de Normanvill. 

Writ to the keeper of the office of escheatry in the county of 
Nottingham, 9 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. made at Egmanton on Saturday after the Assumption, 
23 Edw. I. 
Egmanton. 7 bovates of land held in bondage and 2 tofts, held of 
John de EyviUe, who is in the wardship of Sir Roger de Moubray, by 
service of a rose yearly. 

He has a son aged 4 who is his next heir. 

Nottingham. Inq. Simday before St. Bartholomew, 23 Edw. I. 

Fenton. The manor with lands and tenements (unspecified), held of 
several mesnes (unspecified). 
Heir as above, name unknown. 

Writ to Malcolm de Harlee, escheator, 9 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Rutland. Inq. Wednesday, the feast of St. Matthew, 23 Edw. I. {defaced.) 

Empyngh(am). A capital messuage, a croft, 4 bovates of land in demesne, 
4 bovates in villeiiage, and cottages, held of (?) Margery de 
Northman vile by service of a sore sparrowhawk yearly. 

Horyn. A plot (placea) worth 4.s., 5 bovates of land in demesne and 
7 bovates in viUenage, a water-mill, and 7 cottages, held of the said 
Thomas by (?) the same Margery, service unknown. 

Empyngh(am) and Herdwyk. A capital messuage with pond and dovecot, 
worth only J mark because of the great deductions for the houses, 
10 bovates of land in viUenage, and a wood (?), held of WiUiam le 
Waleys in exchange for lands &c. in Thorph' by Barkeby, by service 
of a pair of gilt spurs. 

Empyngh(am). 5 bovates of land held of Richard son of by 

service of J mark (?) yearly ; 2 bovates .... held of Ralph de 
Empyngh(am) by service of l^d. yearly (?) ; 1 bovate of land held 
of Andrew Condy by knight's service ; 6a. land held of WiUiam 
by service oi ^d. ; .... held of Margaret de Northman- 
vile by service of lib. pepper ; and .... held of Geoffrey .... by 
service of |d. (?). 

Northmanton. A capital messuage, 15 bovates of land in demesne, 
.... in viUenage, 16s. 8d. rent of assize, pleas &c. worth 2s., and 
the advowson of the church (?), held of Eustachia de P[anencurt] by 
service of lib. cummin. 

Horyn. 1 mark rent of assize held of .... by service of a root of 
ginger yearly. 

Edmund his son, . . . . , is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (3.) 



254. John de Heyno alias de Heynoxt. 



t, 14 July, 23 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; Isle of Wight. Inq. made at Steneberi in the Island on 
Wednesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 23 Edw. I. 
La Steveneberi. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 

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by service of a knight's fee and rendering 6 marks yearly at the 
castle of Carsbroc. 

■ William his son, aged 29, is his next heir, 

^ C. Edw. I. File 71. (4.) 

255. Geoffrey de Knelle. 

Writ, 5 April, 23 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. Friday before SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edw. I. 

Knelle. The manor (extent given), including 250a. arable of ' upland ' 
and 100a. arable of ' broke,' held of the king, because he has taken 
the barony of Hastyng(es) into his hand, of which barony when it 
was in the hand of John de Britannia, the said Geoffrey held the 
manor by service of a knight's fee, doing suit at his court and 
rendering 8s. yearly to the canons serving in the castle of Hastynges ; 
and he held in the manor 2la. arable of the king, of the tenement 
which was sometime of Sir John Tregoz, rendering 12d. yearly 
for the same at the manor of Idenne for all service. Of which lands 
and rents Robert Paulyn of Wynchelese has a moiety by the new 
statute for the debts of Matthew de Knelle, father of the said 
GreofErey. 

Matthew de Knelle, his brother, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ to the treasurer &c. of the exchequer to search the rolls and 
certify the king whether the said Geoffrey held the 2|a. aforesaid 
by the service aforesaid, or otherwise, or held any other lands &c. 
of the king in chief, 18 May, 23 Edw. I. 

Reply of the treasurer &c. that it is not found that the said 
Geoffrey held any other lands &c. of the king in chief than the said 
2|a., and that by the service aforesaid. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (5.) 

256. William de Lasceles of Oteringham. 

Writ, 18 Oct. 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : This writ, was received on Tuesday 
before St. Martin. 
[YoBK.J Inq. Wednesday, the morrow of St. Nicholas, 23 Edw. I. 

Oteringham. Yearly rents of 6d. and 2 clove gillyflowers, whereof Id. 
from John de Oteringham for 10 bovates of land. Id. from Simon the 
constable for 1 bovate of land. Id. from Peter de Gousil for a toft, 2d. 
from Peter Sleye for a toft. Id. from Thomas Lambyn for 1 bovate of 
land, a clove gillyflower from Ivo the baker (pistor) for a toft, and 
a clove gillyflower from Peter Moys for a toft, held of the king in 
chief by foreign service. 

John his son, aged 31 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (6.) 

257. Henry del Re alias de Ree, of Kyngestaneford. 

Writ, 5 Nov. 23 Edw I. 
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King's Staunford. A messuage, 40a. arable, la. meadow, and |a. pasture, 
held of the king in chief by service of conveying the king's treasure 
from Hereford to London, having every day from the king's purse 
in going 12d. and returning nothing ; he shall also summon the 
bishop of Hereford at Bromyerd whenever he shall be impleaded 
by the king. 

(Unspecified.) 11a. arable held of Hugh de Paunton by service of ^d. 
yearly. 

Le Penne. la. arable held of Walter Hakelutel by service of ^d. yearly. 
Henry his firstborn son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ to John de Langeton, chancellor, commanding him to issue letters 
under the great seal according to law &c., the king having received 
the homage of Henry, son and heir of Henry del Re of Kyngestane- 
ford, 1 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

0. Edw. I. File 71. (7.) 

258. Philip de la Rokelb. 



'it, 5 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 18 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 

Wokyndon. A messuage &c., 400a. arable, 24a. meadow, 30a. pasture. 
10a. heath, a windmill, 33s. lOd. rent of free tenants, 81. 6s. 2d. rent 
of customers, and works, with geese, cocks and hens, held of 
Humphrey de Bonn earl of Hertford (sic) by service of 3J knights' 
fees. 

Maud his daughter, aged 10, is his next heir. 

Kent. Inq. Friday after St Luke, 23 Edw. I. 

Beghenham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

service of a knight's fee. 
Herst. 40a. arable held of the abbot of Westminster by service of 205. 

yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 9 J years. 

'C.Edw.I. File 71. (8.) 

259. Thomas de Stokton. 

Writ, 18 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 
[Salop.] Inq. Wednesday after St. Martin, 23 Edw. I. (defaced.) 

Stokton. 3a. land held of the king in chief, rendering 2s. yearly. 

Willmyton. Three tenants viz.— David de Berechton, Alan Scrup and 
William the clerk, who pay 5s. a year each, and pleas &o., held of 
the king in chief, rendering lib. cummin yearly to the baihff of 
Montgomery. 

Stokton. A messuage, 72a. arable, 16a. meadow, a plot (placea) of 
pasture, and part of a waste and a mill, and rents of certain free 
tenants and customers, and perquisites &c., held of the heirs of 
Adam de Muntgomeri, rendering 3s. yearly (?). 

[*Mokelwike. Lands &c.] 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (9.) 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806 but now illegible. 



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260. William df Lee alias db Lee. 

Writ to the escheator of co. Chester, 10 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. Thursday (?) after St. Valentine, 23 Edw. J. 

Molinton. The town, held of the king in chief by service of 4s. id. yearly 
to the king's foresters for food. 

Henry his son, aged 10, is his next heir, 

C. Edw. J. File 70. (10.) 



261. Elias de Rilleston. 

Writ [*23 April, 23 Edw. I.] (missing.) 
[York.] Inq. made at Skipton in Craven on Saturday after the Ascension, 
23 Edw. I. (defaced.) 
RiUeston. A capital messuage, 70a. ^. arable, 21a. meadow, 21 bovates 

and |a. in demesne and 7 plots of meadow. 
Crakehou [alias Crakehowe]. A plot of meadow. 
Holden in the field of RiUeston. Herbage worth 6s. 8d. yearly ; and a 

wood in the same town. 
RiUeston and Heton. Part of the water-mill. 
RiUeston. 3 cottages. 

Free tenants of the said Elias : — 
RiUeston. A toft and two bovates of land held by Simon son of 
Thomas de Bernolwik by homage and service, owing Id. at 
Christmas ; and a toft and a bovate of land, held by WiUiam de 
Lindale by homage and service, owing lib. cummin at Easter. 
Skethorp. A carucate of land held by the abbot of Derham by 
homage and service only ; and | carucate of land held by 
Robert de Skothorp by homage and service only. 
All held of the king, as lord of the honour of the castle of Skipton 
in Craven, as of the barony and not of the crown. 
Elslack. 4 bovates of land held of Sir Hugh son of Henry by homage 

and service only. 
Heton. 11 carucate of land held of Lady Margaret de NevUl by homage 
and service, which lands are held of the said EUas by Robert de 
Alta Ripa and Walter de Heton by homage and service of Id. ; and 
I carucate of land held of the same Lady Margaret by homage and 
service, which land is held of the same EUas by the abbot of Furness 
in alms. 

His daughters, Emma aged 3 years, and Cecily aged 3 months, are his 
next heirs. 

York. Copy of the above inquisition. 

York. Assignment of dower to Sibyl late the wife of the said EUas, Sunday 
after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 23 Edw. I. 
RUleston and Elselag. A third part of the capital messuage towards the 
west, and a third part of aU the above tenements, including a plot 
of meadow [in RiUeston] caUed ' le Rakes.' 

C.Edw.I. Filell. (11.) 



* See Fine BoU. 



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262. Richard db Ryel alias de Rye. 

Writ, 27 Sept. 23 Edw. I. Endorsed, received on Thursday the octave 
of St. Michael. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne, 3 March, 
24 Edw. I. 

Little Ryhil. The town (extent given), including 2d. yearly rent from 
Robert de Ryhil for 70a. land held freely, and Id. from John son of 
Hugh and Isabel his wife for 40a. land held freely, held of the king 
in chief, rendering 20,s. yearly at the exchequer of Newcastle upon 
TjTie, for rents of the county whereof the king and his ancestors 
were seized through their sheriffs by the hands of the said Richard 
and his ancestors, who have held the town for a hundred years ; 
and he ought to be tallaged whenever the king tallages his demesne 
boroughs. He also rendered I4cd. yearly at the exchequer of Newcastle 
for cornage ; and rendered 5s. yearly to Gilbert de Humfreyvile, 
kept one of his dogs for forty days every year or gave him I2d., did 
for him 40 days' work in autumn, guarded his moor in Redesdale 

{valle de Rede) in the month of every year, and aided him 

in making his eldest son a knight and marrying his eldest daughter ; 
he also rendered 20s. yearly to John de Bydic from the mill. 

He died on Monday before St. Bartholomew, 23 Edw. I. Henry his 
brother is 26, is his next heir. 

Writ of certiorari to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to search 
the rolls of the exchequer as to whether the said Richard held Little 
Ryhill by the abovesaid services only or by others, and whether the 
king or any of his progenitors has ever had wardship during the 
minority of the heir of any of the ancestors of the said Richard, 
or not, 3 March, 24 Edw. I. 

Return of the barons. Gilbert de Ryhull an ancestor of the said 
Richard held Little RyhuU by the abovesaid service of the king in 
chief, and they do not find that the king had wardship thence at any 
time after the death of the said Richard's ancestors, because the heirs 
were of full age. Wardship and marriage are due to the king from 
all tenants holding of the king in chief by cornage in Cumberland 
and Westmoreland, but it has not yet been ascertained whether they 
are hke-wise due in Northumberland. 

C.Edw.I. Filell. (12.) 

263. Nicholas de Bonevill alias de Bolevil, de Bonevile. 

Writ, 12 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
Devon. Inq. made at Exeter on Tuesday before the Annunciation, 

23 Edw. I. 
Schete. The manor held of the inheritance of Hawis his wife by service 

of free socage, of Thomas de Sandford. 
Combe. The manor similarly held by service of ^ knight's fee of the heirs 

of Hugh de Curtenay. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Taunton on Tuesday before the Annunciation, 
23 Edw. I. 
Dulverton. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including a hundred 



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(court), held of the king by service of ^ knight's fee ; but he had nothing 
in the manor except through Hawis his wife, who was enfeoffed of 
the said moiety jointly with one Thomas de Pyn, sometime her 
husband, by the king for their lives with reversion to the king. 

Lydiard Punchardun. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held of 
the inheritance of the same Hawis, of Sir John de Moyun of the 
barony of Dunsterr by service of J knight's fee. 
Heir unspecified because none of the tenements aforesaid will come 

to him by inheritance. 

Sock by Ivelcestre. Tenements unknown 

SoMEESET. Inq. Thursday after the Annunciation, 23 Edw. I. 

Ivelcestre. A moiety of a ' haywardwik ' which his ancestors had by 
the gift of the kings, rendering nothing because the said 
' haywardwik ' was given in exchange for a certain land called 
Doneschedon in the long's forest of Northperton, which land the king 
now holds in demesne. 

Sok Denays by Ivelcestre. The capital messuage with a moiety of the 
manor (extent given), held of the heirs of John de BeUo Campo, 
as pertaiuing to his barony of Hacche, by service of a fee of 
Mortain. 

Nicholas his son, aged 2 on the feast of AH Saints last, is his next 
heir. 

Writ of flenius certiorari on the complaint of Hawis, late the wife of 
the said Nicholas, who held of John son and heir of John de BeUo 
Campo a minor and in the king's wardship, that the manor of Dul- 
vreton, whereof she was jointly enfeoffed for the life of either with 
Thomas de Pyne, her first husband, had been taken into the king's 
hand on the death of Nicholas her second husband, 23 AprU, 
23 Edw. I. 

Somerset. Inq. taken at Taunton on Monday after the Invention of Holy 
Cross, 23 Edw. I. 
Dulverton. The said Hawis was enfeoffed of the manor jointly with 
Thomas de Pyne, her first husband, as above, by the king by service 
of \d. yearly, with reversion after the deaths of the said Hawis and 
Thomas to the king and his heirs ; and she continued her seisin with 
the said Nicholas her second husband until his death, by reason of 
which the manor was taken into the king's hand. 

G. Edw. I. File 71. (13.) 



264. Nicholas de Bonevill. 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower to be assigned to Hawis, late 
the wife of the said Nicholas, who has taken her oath not to marry 
without the king's Ucence, warning John Wogan to be present to 
whom the king has committed the wardship &c., and to send the 
assignment to be enrolled in the chancery, 18 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : — co. Somerset. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (17.) 



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265. Alice la Vavasstje alias la Vavasijr. 

Writ, 22 June, 23 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. Friday after St. Bartholomew, 23 Edw. I. 

Coierington. A capital messuage called ' le Stonhalle,' 2 bovates of 
arable land in demesne, la. wood, a bovate of land in bondage, 
and 2s. rents of cottars, held of the barony of Bayeux, which is in the 
king's hand, by service of J knight's fee ; and a capital messuage 
called ' le Suthhalle,' 8 bovates of arable land in demesne, a wood, 
30s. 6d. rents of free tenants, 15 bovates of land in bondage (tenants' 
services specified), and 18d. rents of cottars, held of Sir Henry de 
La,scy, earl of Lincoln, by service of | knight's fee. 

Sir WiUiam le Vavasur, her son, aged 30 and more, is her next 
heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 71. (14.) 



266. Gilbert be Hippetoft. 



18 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Iriq. Sunday after AU Saints, 23 Edw. I. 

Algerkyrke. A capital messuage, 75a. arable, 16|a. |r. meadow, 
3a. several pasture, a fishery, rents in money, pepper and cummin 
worth 103s. 3ld. yearly, and pleas &c. worth 2s. yearly, held of 
the gift of Hawis de Hippetoft, sdmetime his mother, rendering 
yearly to her heirs a pair of white gloves or Id., and to Sir John de 
Britannia, earl of Richmond [whose lands &c. are in the king's hand], 
as chief lord of the fee for the said Hawis and her heirs 28s. 3d. ; and 
there are payable yearly to the hospital of sick without Lincoln 
10s., and to Roger de Bermyngeham, brother of the said GUbert, 
for his life, 50s. 

His sons, Adam aged 15 at the feast of the Purification next, Lambert 
aged 1 1 at the feast of St. Lambert last, and Robert aged 9 at Ascension 
day last, are his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (15.) 



267. John de Sancta Elena. 

Writ, 21 July, 23 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 23 Edw. I. 

Wittenham. A messuage &c., 118a. land, 11a. meadow, pasture in 
common, 41s. 5d. rent of assize, works of customers, and a water-mill 
with the fishery, held of Sir Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and 
marshal of England, by service of | knight's fee, homage, and 2s. 
yearly. 

Beatrice the wife of Giles de Brewouse, aged 23 and more is his 
next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. 3 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

CraweUe. The manor (extent given), including 2 water-mills, held of the 
king in chief by homage, and the service of a knight's fee ; and there 



168 INQUISITIONS. 



are due to Elizabeth, late the wife of Thomas de Breaute, 100s. yearly 
by way of dower, and 10s. to the earl of Cornwall for hidage. 

Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

G. Edw. I. File 71. (16.) 



268. John son or John la Veyllb alias la Vblye, la Veylye, of 

Fisshele. 

Writ, 16 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
NoEFOLK. Inq. Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edw. I. 

Fyshele [alias Fissele]. A messuage, 48a. Ir. arable, 36s. lOd. [alias 
35s. lOd.] assised rent, works of tenants, a windmill &c. held with 
certain lands &c. in Wytton of the king in chief by service of 
J knight's fee. 

He died on Saturday after the Purification last. Reginald, son of 
Beatrice [la Velye] sister of [Sir] John father of the deceased, aged 26 and 
more, is his next heir. 

Norfolk. Inq. Sunday after St. Gregory the Pope, 23 Edw. I. 

Wytton. A messuage, 17|a. Ir. arable, 16s. 9|d. assised rents, works of 
tenants, and 3 hens yearly worth 3d., held with the certain lands &c. 
in Fyshele of the king in chief by service of i knight's fee. 

Honyngg. A messuage, 50a. arable, a several pasture [and turbary], 
and Os. Gd. assised rents, whereof the said John and Margery his 
wife, who survives, were jointly enfeoffed by Katharine Bukeskyn 
[alias Bucheskin], held of Robert son of Richard by service of 
I knight's fee. 

Norfolk. iTiq. made at Neteshirde on Thursday before St. Mark, 
23 Edw. I. 
Fissele, Wytton and Honyngg. To the same effect as above, with the 
variations there given within square brackets, but omitting the date 
of death. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (17.) 

269. John son of John la Veyle of Fysshelee. 

Writ to the escheator to send in the inquisitions which he has made 
without delay, 4 May, 23 Edw. I. 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower of the lands &c. which were of 
the said John to be assigned to Margery late his wife, having accepted 
her oath not to marry without the king's licence, and to send the 
assignment to be enrolled in the chancery, 5 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (4.) 

270. Bertram de Crioll alias de Criolis. 

Writ> 26 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
Kent Inq. made at Newenton by Hethe on Friday - after St. Mark. 
23 Edw. I. 



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Estwelle. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of 2 knight's fees, rendering 20s. yearly for the guard of the castle 
of Dover, and doing suit every three weeks at the king's court of 
Relevet. 

Pottebiri. 50a. pasture held of Maud, late the wife of Stephen de Booton, 
by service of 12s. yearly, and doing suit at her court of Bocton 
Aluph every three weeks. 

Asmeresfelde. The manor (extent given) held of Ralph son of Bernard 
by service of J knight's fee ; and 100a. pasture held of the abbot of 
Battle by service of 10s. yearly, and doing suit at the abbot's court 
of Wy every three weeks. 

TirUngham. The manor (extent given), including fencing of the park and 
' Wodelode ' from the tenants, which is of the inheritance of Eleanor 
his wife, who survives, held of the king in chief by service of 
^ knight's fee, and it is of the barony of Fulkestane. 

Folkestane. The haK hundred, which is of the same inheritance, held of 
the king by fee farm of lOs. yearly. 

Newenton by Hith. The manor (extent given), of the same inheritance, 
held of John son of Thomas de Belhus by service of 2d. yearly. 

John his son, aged 34, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 71. (18.) 



271. William de Say. 

Writ, 16 Sept. 23 Edw. I. 
Kent. Ing. made at Mailing on Friday after St. Faith, 23 Edw. I. 

Birlinge. The manor (extent given), including a park, and rents of seven 
plough-shares, and a cart (biga) and a pair of plough-wheels (rotarum 
caruce) from tenants of the valleys, held of the king in chief by 
barony. 

Geoffrey his son, aged 14, is his next heir. 

Kent. Inq. made at Deptford on Monday after St. Faith, 23 Edw. I. 

Little Grenewych. The manor of Westgrenewych (extent given) held of 
the king in chief by barony. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. Saturday after St. Faith, 23 Edw. I. 

Burgham. The manor (extent given), including pasture called ' le Brok,' 
held of the king in chief by barony. 

Heir as above. 

Kent. Inq. Sunday after St. Faith, 23 Edw. I. 

Codham. The manor (extent given), including rents of ten plough-shares 
worth 8d. each, and a cart {biga) and a half worth 3s. a cart, held of the 
king in chief by barony. 

Heir as above. 

Sussex. Inq, made at Lewes on Saturday after St, Edward the King, 
23 Edw. I. 
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170 INQUISITIONS. 



of Surrey, by service of 13| knights' fees, and suit at the earl's chief 
court at Lewes. 
Heir as above, aged 16. 

Hertford. Inq. Saturday before St. Edward the King, 23 Edw. I. 

Sabritteswrth. The manor (extent given), including 40a. wood in which 
there are wild animals (animalia fera), held of the kiag in chief, 
service unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

Middlesex. Inq. Thursday, the feast of the Translation of St. Edward the 
King, 23 Edw. I. 
Edelmeton. The manor (extent given), iacluding a warren {cunicidarium), 
held of the king in chief, service imknown ; and 13s. 4d. are paid 
'yearly to the sheriff of Middlesex for ' camerzeld(?).' 
Heir as above, aged 14 and more. 

Extent or summary of the lands &c. which were of the said William, 
for a third part whereof there are assigned to Elizabeth late his wife, 
the manor of Codeham, co. Kent, with the park, the manor of 
Hammes, co. Sussex, and 121. 12s. 9d. of land &c. in the manor of 
Berhng, co. Kent. 

(On the back is a mandate of the king to John Poer to give credence 
to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland in the king's matters, dated 
18 October.) 

Writ of certiorari as to the value of the manor of Berlynges near Mailing, 
now in the king's hand by reason of the minority of the heir of 
William de Say, and who is the heir. Given under the Privy Seal 
at Canterbury, 16 Sept. 23 Edw. I. 

Kent. Extent made at Mailing on Friday after St. Michael, 23 Edw. I. 
Birlynge. The manor (extent given), including a park, seven plough- 
shares, and a cart (bigam) and a pair of plough-wheels {rotarum 
ad cariicam) from certain tenants in the valleys, held of the king in 
chief by barony. 

Heir as above, aged 14. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (19.) 
E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (12.) 



272. Roger Baynard. 

Writ, 14 July. 23 Edw. I. 
[Essex]. Inq. 2 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Messyngg. A messuage, 240a. arable by the lesser hundred, 46a. pasture, 
60a. heath, 18a. wood, 41. 5s. O^d. assised rent, and works, held 
of the king in chief by service of 1| knight's fee, 

Thomas, son of Richard Baynard his -elder brother, aged 22 and more, 
is his next heir. 

[Essex.] Inq. 1 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Little Reynes, A messuage 67a. arable, 3a. meadow, 3|a. Ir. pasture. 



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a quarter {sic) of pepper worth 2d., lib. cummin worth l^d., 
12a. wood, an alder grove, and 10s. Qd. assised rent, held of the 
king in chief by service of J knight's fee. 
Heir as above. 

[Essex.] Ing. 13 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

Little Maldon. A third part of a mill held of the king in chief ; he also 
held at one time of the king in chief 70a. arable, 3a. meadow, 
7s. yearly rent, and a third part of a mill, which he gave to Henry de 
Cobeham and Margaret his wife, daughter of the said Roger, and the 
heirs of their bodies, which lands &c. are now in the hand of William 
Bonevile by the demise of the said Henry ; the service by which 
the above lands &c. are held is unknown, but they used to belong to 
the manor of Little Maldon, which is held of the king in chief. 
Heir as above. 

Little Maldon. A messuage, 250a. arable, 18a. meadow, a third part of 
a miE, 9a. pasture, 3a. vineyard (vinee), 73s. assised rent, 100a. wood, 
and works of customers, held of the king in chief by the courtesy of 
England for life by service of | knight's fee ; and he gave these 
lands &c. to Henry de Cobeham and Margaret his wife, to hold to 
them and the heirs of their bodies ; which Margaret died without 
such heir, and the said Henry is aUve, and WiUiam de Bonevile 
holds the said lands &c. by his demise. 

Thomas FiUol, aged 26, is next heir of the said lands &c. held for life 
by the courtesy of England, by reason of the blood of the aforesaid 
Margaret, whose heir he is. 

St. Laurence. 60a. arable and a marsh, held of the heirs of ToUeshunte 
Tregoz, service unspecified ; 30a. arable, 13s. 4d. assised rent, 
and works of customers, held of Robert son of Walter in chief by 
service of rendering 2s. 8d. yearly : and 20a. arable held of William 
Gernoun, service unspecified. 

Heir as first above. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (20.) 



273. Roger Baynard. 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower to be assigned to Margery late 
the wife of the said Roger, who has taken her oath not to marry 
without the king's licence, warning the said Roger's heir to be present, 
and to, send the assignment to be enrolled in the Chancery, 13 August, 
23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — . . . co. Essex. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (18.) 



274. Henry SitrRMY alias le Estormi, de Stormy, Estttrmy. 

Writ, 27 Sept. 23 Edw. I. 
Worcester. Inq. 24 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 

Rushuc. A messuage which cannot maintain itself and garden, 
3 carucates of land, 8a. meadow, a several pasture, 2 fishponds, 



172 INQUISITIONS. 



4:1. lOs. rent of assize of free tenants, 41. 2s. rents of bondmen, and 
J mark pleas &c. of court, held of William de Bello Oampo, earl of 
Warwick, by service of doing suit at the county (court) of Worcester 
every three weeks, and by knight's service, 

Henry his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Wilts. Inq. the day of St. Clement the Pope, 24 Edw. T. 

Borbach. The manor, with its members Durleygh alias Durleye and 
Couelesfeld (extents given), held of the king in chief by serjeanty 
of finding an esquire armed in the king's army in Wales, and for 
keeping the baiHwick of the king's forest of Savernak. 

Heir as above. 

SoTJTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Odyham on Monday before SS. Simon and 

Jude, 23 Edw. I. 
PoUynges in the hundred of Odyham. A grange with a Mttle curtilage, 

120a. arable, 12a. meadow, 20a. pasture, 8s. yearly rents of freemen, 

14s. rents of customers whose works are worth 2s., and a water-mill ; 

together with the manor of Lys and Hydebernard, viz. : — 
Lys. 101. yearly rent and 6s. 8d. pleas &c. of court. 
Hydebernard. 20s. rent. 

All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Ulvetham. A capital messuage &c., the advowson of the church, 
60a. arable, 12a. meadow, 6a. wood, pasture, and 40s. rent of 
freemen, held of the abbot of Certeseye, paying him 30s. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 28. 

C. Edw. I. File 71. (21.) 



275. Anselm de Gyse alias de Gise. 

Writ, 10 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Priday the feast of the Annunciation, 23 Edw. I. 

La RuehiUe. A manor (extent given) held of Sir William de 

Grandissono in chief by service of 35s. lOd. yearly, and suit at his 

court of Derteford every three weeks. 

John his son, aged 18, is his next heir ; but this manor is divisible, 
and aU his sons are heirs, but the age of the other sons is unknown. 

Glotjcbstbe. Inq. Saturday after the Invention of the Holv Cross, 
23 Edw. I. -^ 

Elmore. A messuage &c., a dovecot, 320a. arable, 20a. meadow, 
2a. wood, a several fishery, a wiudmill, 60s. ll^d. rents of freemen, 
40b. of rent called ' watergavel,' works &c. worth 114s., and 
20s. pleas &c. of court, held of Lady Hawis de Greyh, one of the heirs 
of Sk John de Burgh,' rendering a clove gillyflower yearly for all 
service. 

John his son, aged 17 ... . Barnabas the Apostle, 22 Edw. I, is his 
next heir. 

Bedfoed. Inq. taken at the chapel of Wouburn, 8 April, 23 [Edw. I]. 
Asple. The manor (extent given with details of services), including 



EDWARD I. 173 



rents of lib. pepper from the lord of Saleford, lib. cummin from 
Geoffrey Grigori, |Z6. cummin from Gilbert son of Elias Parnel, 
a pair of spurs from Geoffrey Grigori, and 12d. for a cottage from 
Richard le Juvene, held in chief of Hawis late the wife of Robert de 
Greyli by service of | knight's fee. 

He held nothing of the king in chief in the county. 
He died on 7 Feb. 23 Edw. I. Heir as above, aged 17 and more. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the treasurer &c. of the exchequer directing 
them to search the rolls of the exchequer and inform the king 
whether they find that the said Anselm held nothing of the king in 
chief, 18 May, 23 Edw. I. 

0. Edw. I. File 71. (22.) 



276. Robert Malet. 

Writ, 3 May, 23 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. made at Waneting on Tuesday after St. Dunstan, 23 Edw. I. 
Tydecumbe. A tenant named Robert de Clere, who holds in viUenage 
a messuage and ^a. land, held by the said Robert Malet of the 
king in chief as member of the serjeanty of Hortrugg, which 
serjeanty owes the service of keeping one of the king's goshawks 
{ostorc'). 

Robert his [first born] son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. 9 Jime, 23 Edw. I. 

Stockenechirch. A messuage, 100a. arable, 3a. wood, and a horse-mill 
(molendinum equinum), held of Alan son of Roald, rendering 
21s. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 25 and more. 

Buckingham. Inq. made at Ayllesbury on Saturday the eve of Whitsunday, 
23 Edw. I. 
Quynton. [The manor ?] a messuage, 5 carucates and 2 parts of a 
carucate of land, 10a. meadow, a several pasture, 15s. 3cZ., lib. pepper 
price Id. and lib. cummin price Id., rents of freemen, 20i!. rents of 
customers, 54s. lOd. rents of cottars whose works are worth 17s. Qd., 
a windmill, a little grove, and 10s. pleas &c. ; whereof the messuage, 
with 4 carucates of land, meadows &c. held of the earl of Cornwall 
in chief by service of 1| knight's fee, and of finding two men at arms 
in the castle of WaUyngford if there be war, to wit one man for forty 
days and another for twenty days, at his own charges ; 1 carucate 
held of John Neyrnuyt for a clove gillyflower at Christmas ; and 
two parts of 1 carucate held of the master and chapter of the 
Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, rendering 335. 4,d. 
yearly. 

The advowson of the church pertains to the said manor. 

Heir as above, aged 28 at the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary 
last. 

C. Edw. I. File 71, (23.) 



174 INQUISITIONS. 



277. John de Steyngeeve alias de Stayngeie. 

Writ, 25 April, 23 Edw. I. 
Essex. Tnq. Wednesday in Whitsun week, 23 Edw. I. 

Beuchaump WiUam. 72a. arable, 4a. meadow, 3a. pasture, 22a. wood, 
16s. 4d. assised rent, and works of customers with gavelacre, 
cocks and hens, worth 20s., held of Robert de Ver, earl of Oxford, 
by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Isabel his daughter, aged 24, by whom Simon de Pateshull has lawfull 
issue, is his next heir. 

Bedford. Inq. Friday the morrow of St. Dunstan, 23 Edw. I. (defective.) 
Caysho. The manor (fuU extent given with names of two free tenants) 
held of the king in chief ... of the barony of Bedford by the 
courtesy of England by service of | knight's fee, and there are due 
to mowers of custom 20d., to customers 155. 9d. for ploughing 
31^a., and to the king 4s. S^d. for view of frankpledge. 

He died on Wednesday before St. Mark, 23 Edw. I. Heir as above, 
aged 22, the wife of Simon de PateshuUe. 

LnsrcOLN. Inq. Monday after Whitsimday, 23 Edw. I. 

Fryseby. 36 bovates of land and a moiety of a water-mill, held of 
Richard Folyot, which Jordan Folyot his father gave in free marriage 
with Beatrice his daughter to Simon de Steyngreve, father of the said 
John. The 36 bovates are let to farm {ponuntur ad altam firmam) 
for 181. a year. 

Heir as above, aged 23 and more. 

Writ, 25 April, 23 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Friday before Holy Trinity, 23 Edw. I. 

Nunington. Six carucates of land, making a knight's fee, held of John 
Paynel by knight's service ; a messuage and 5 cottages held of the 
said John, service unspecified ; and a mill and a meadow, and a pasture 
in Waterholm, held of the same John, service unspecified. 

(Unspecified.) A messuage and J carucate of land, held of WUKam de Ros 
by service of lib. pepper. 

Wesby. A messuage and a carucate of land, held of the abbot of 
St. Mary's York by service of | mark. 

Stayngrif. A messuage, 3 carucates of land whereof 6 carucates ihake 
a knight's fee, a water-mill, 10 cottages, and a meadow, held of John 
Paynel by knight's service ; a carucate of land held of Roger de 
Moubray by service of 25. yearly ; and 2 carucates of land held of the 
prior of Hexhilsam by service of a mark yearly. 

Schonesby. A messuage, 2 cottages, a water-mill, and 3 carucates of 
land whereof 20 carucates make a knight's fee, held of Matthew 
Lovayn by knight's service. 

Kelkefeld. A messuage and a bovate of land, held of Arnold de Percy 
by knight's service. 

Neuhaye. 20a. land held of John Paynel by knight's service. 

Schotton. A carucate of land held of the abbot of St. Mary's, York, by 
service of 4s. 

Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 



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Writ (ad melius inquirendum), the previous inquisition making no 
mention whether Isabel, daughter and heir of the said John, is next 
heir of Ida late his wife, of the lands &c. held by him by the courtesy 
of England by the death of the said Ida, 11 June, 23 Edw. I. 
[Bbdfobd.] Inq. {undated fragment.) 

C. Edw. I. File 72. (1.) 

278. John be Steyngbbve alias de Staingreve. 

Writ, to be returned at the exchequer, 23 April, 23 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. Friday the morrow of St. Dunstan, 23 Edw. I. 

Cayesho. The manor (fuU extent given), including 20s. lOd. yearly from 
divers tenants in Bromham, held of the king in chief by the courtesy 
of England for a ninth part of the barony of Bedford by service of 
^ knight's fee ; and there are due to mowers of custom 20d., to 
customers for ploughing 31|a. 15s. 9d., and to the king for view of 
frankpledge 45. S^d. He held nothing in the county of any other 
than the king. 

Isabel his daughter, whom Simon de PateshuU took to wife, aged 23 
and more, is his next heir. 

Writ to be returned at the exchequer, 25 April, 23 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Friday before Whitsunday, 23 Edw. I. 

Nunington. Six carucates of land, held of John de Paynil by knight's 
service ; a capital messuage and ^ carucate of land, held of William 
de Ros by service of lib. pepper yearly ; 10s. yearly rent from cottages 
and a miU held of John Paynil, service unspecified ; a messuage and 
a carucate of land, held of the abbot of St. Mary's, York, by service 
of ^ mark yearly. 

Waterholm. Meadow and pasture worth 101. yearly, held of John Paynil 
by knight's service. 

Staingreve. A messuage, 3| carucates of land, 10 cottages, a mill, and 
2s. rent, held of John Pajoiil by knight's service ; 2 carucates of land 
and a meadow called Grenker, held of the prior of Heyselcem by 
service of 1 mark yearly ; and a carucate of land held of Roger 
le Mubray by service of 2s. yearly. 

Scoyesby. A messuage, 2 cottages, 3 carucates of land, and a mill, 
held of Matthew de Lovayne by knight's service, whereof 20 carucates 
make a knight's fee. 

Kelkefeld. A messuage and a bovate of land, held of Arnold de Percy 
by knight's service. 

Neuhaye. 20a. land held of Thomas de Multon by knight's service. 

Isabel his daughter, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

Memorandum of the goods of the said John at Stajnigref and Nunington 
appraised by the sheriff of York (undated). 
\ E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (7.) 

279. Joan de Morteyn. 
Writ, 13 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

[Writ of certiorari de feodis tfec.., 14 Aug. 23 Edw. I.] 
Salop. Inq. Wednesday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 23 Edw. I, 



176 INQUISITIONS. 



Pukebaclie. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Joan the wife of Alexander de Frivile, and Ralph son of Ralph le 
Botiler, who is son of Maud sister of the aforesaid Joan, are her next 
heirs and of fuU age. 

Wabwick. Inq. Saturday after St. Giles, 23 Edw. I. 

Tamwrth. The castle, a water-mUl beneath the castle, 12 free tenants 
by burgage, 2s. or a sore sparrowhawk yearly from the manor of 
Poleye, 14a. arable in Aschelond, 13a. beneath the castle, a plot 
of meadow and pasture beneath the mill pond, and a fishery in the 
river Auncre belonging to the castle, held of the king in chief, together 
with other tenements whereof Philip Marmyun died seised in divers 
counties, by service of 3 knights' fees. 

The prebend of the deanery of Tamwrth belongs to the castle, 
and the church is in the county of Stafford. 

Middelton. Three free tenants rendering 4s. 4|d. yearly, and a fourth 
part of two parts of the park and of the foreign wood, held of the 
church of Tamwrth. 

Joan the wife of Alexander de FryevUe, daughter of Mazera elder sister 
of Joan de Morteyn, and Ralph de BotyUer, son of Maud younger 
sister of Mazera sister of Joan, are next heirs of the said Joan and of 
fuU age. Philip Marmyon father of the said Joan, Mazera and Maud, 
had a daughter named Joan by his second wife, who is yet in the 
king's wardship by reason of her minority, and it is not known 
whether she ought to have a part of the inheritance of Joan de 
Morteyn or not. 

[Warwick.] Inq. concerning knight's fees &c. made at the same time. 

Freseleye and Ovefewytacre. \\ knight's fee held by Richard de 

Wytacre. 
Netherewytacre and Drakenegge. 1 knight's fee held by Robert 

Marmyon. 

The said Joan held these fees of the king in chief in form abovesaid. 

C. Edw. I. File 72 (2.) 

E. Inq. P.M. File 3. (19.) 

E. Enrolments of Inq. p.m. &c. No. 3. m. 2d. 



280. Uriast de Sancto Petbo. 

Writ, 25 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. made at Brewod on Friday after SS. Tiburcius and 
Valerian, 23 Edw. I. 

La Hide. The manor (extent given), held by reason of Margaret his wife, 
who survives, who was enfeoffed thereof by Roger now bishop of 
Coventry and Lichfield three years and more before she married 
the said Urian, to hold to her and her heu-s, held of the said bishop 
by service of a rose yearly, and two appearances at his court of 
Brewod. 



EDWARD I. 177 



Warwick. Tuesday after St. Ambrose, 23 Edw. I. 

Honyngham. A capital messuage, 40a. arable, 2a. meadow, 
4 customers holding 1| virgate and two parts of | virgate of land, 
4 cottars and a plot, acquired jointly with Margaret his wife, who 
survives, of Ralph de Bicre (?) by his enfeoffment, to hold to them 
and their heirs of Sir John de Hastyng' by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Derby. Inq. Wednesday after St. Ambrose, 23 Edw. I. 

Walton. A messuage and a virgate of land with a meadow thereto 
pertaining, held of Sir Roger de Monte Alto by service of 16s. 
yearly. 

Urian, son of John son of the said Urian, aged 16, is his next heir. 
Walton. 4 virgates of land, and 111. rents, acquired to himself and 
Margaret his wife, who survives, of Sir Gilbert Haunsard, who 
enfeoffed them to hold to them and their heirs of himself by service 
of a pair of gloves. 

Writ, to the escheator in co. Chester, 25 Feb. 23 Edw. I. (defective and 

defaced.) 
Chester. Inq. made at Torperlegh on Thursday after SS. Perpetua and 

Felicitas, 23 Edw. I. 
Malpas (in Malo Passu). A fourth part of the barony, the pourparty 

of Idonea late his wife, daughter and one of the heirs of David de Malo 

Passu, held by the courtesy of England of the king in chief, 

including : — 
Malpas. A carucate of land, a fourth part of the advowson of the church, 

and a court of free tenants. 
Cudington. A fourth part of the manor. 
Malpas. 66.S. 5Jrf. yearly rent, and a fourth part of the serjeanty of the 

barony. 
Fulwich (Fuhvico). 61. 10s. yearly rent. 

All held as above by service of 1| knight's fee. 

Chester County. A moiety of the serjeanty of the peace held of the king in 
chief, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of the aforesaid 
Idonea, by service of finding ten Serjeants to keep the peace in the 
county, for which he ought to receive 30s. at the exchequer of Chester 
for the cloaks (mantellis) of the said Serjeants. 

Anderton. The manor held of the king in chief by service of llh. pepper 
payable at the exchequer of Chester. 

Shipbrok, Davenham and Leftewyk. A sixth part of the manors held of 
the king in chief. 

Hurdeleston. A ninth part of the manor. 

Pycketon. A sixth part of the manor, whereof he was enfeoffed jointly 
with Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of their bodies with 
remainder to the heirs of the said Urian. 

Nantwich {de Wico Malb'). An eighteenth part of the barony with an 
eighteenth part of the wood of Couuel, and an eighteenth part of 
the serjeanty of the barony, and of the passagia of Brunneshurst 
and Swanesbach, whereof he was similarly enfeoffed. 

Acton. A sixth part of the manor, whereof he was similarly 
enfeoffed. 

AU held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

M 



178 INQUISITIONS. 



Torperle, Keleshall and Masefen. The passagium held of the king in chief 
by service of guarding the roads in the times of the fair {nundi- 
narum) of Chester. 

Barton. 35. 8d. rent receivable from David de Barton for a mill. 

Le Maupas. A burgage and 4a. land. 

Le Fulwich. Two saltpits. 

Both tenements held of Richard de Sutton by service of 21d. 

Pecforton. The manor held, by the courtesy of England of the 

inheritance of the aforesaid Idonea, of Urian son of John and David 

son of Richard by service of 3s. yearly. 
Horslegh. A moiety of the manor with a pourparty of the mill of 

Beston, held of the same Urian and Richard and Roger de Wolaston 

and Margery his wife by serAdce of 18d. yearly. 
Ridele. A carucate of land held of the prior of the Hospital of 

St. John of Jerusalem in England by service of 12d. 
Sporstowe and Halghton. A carucate of land held of the divers parceners 

. . . unknown by service of a rose. 
Ridele, Sporstowe and Halgton. A tweKth part of the manors held of 

[Hova ap (? )] Eygnon, by service of Id. 
Fadyle. 12a. land held of Henry del Boure . . . 
Nantwich (Wico MalV). A saltpit and a moiety of a saltpit held of 

Robert de Preers by service of \2d. 
Aldehme. 2s. rent receivable yearly by the hands of Roger de Glutton. 
Chester. 25. (?) rent receivable yearly from Randolph de Deresbury, 

and a pair of gloves from the heirs of John Noble. 
[Cherlton?] A third part of the manor, which is held of Robert de 

Preers by service of M., whereof he was enfeoffed jointly with 

Margaret his wife, to them and the heirs of their bodies, with 

remainder to the heirs of the said . . . ; the said Margaret 

remains seised thereof as jointly enfeoffed. 

Urian, son of John son . . . heir of the above-named Idonea, aged 16 
on the feast of St. Dunstan, is next heir of the said Urian. 

Mandate under the privy seal to John de Langeton, the chancellor, to do 
what ought to be done under the great seal according to law &c., 
. . . Basset to whom the king has granted the marriage of Margaret, 
late the wife of the said Urian, having done the fealty due to 
the kiag, 21 June, 23 Edw. I. 

C.Edw.I. File 72. (3.) 
281. Ueian de Sancto Petbo. 

Chester. Inq. Monday the feast of the DecoHation of St. John the Baptist, 

23 Edw. I. 
Malpas. A fourth part of the barony held of the king in chief, by the 

courtesy of England of the inheritance of Idonea sometime his wife, 

by service of IJ knight's fee. 
Shipbrok. A sixth part of the barony held of the king in chief by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Nantwich ( Wichq Malbano). An eighteenth part of the barony held of the 

kmg m chief by service of \ knight's fee. 



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Chester County. A moiety of the serjeanty of the peace, held of the king 

in chief by the courtesy of England as aforesaid, by service of finding 

10 Serjeants for keeping the peace in the said county. 
Anderton. The manor held of the king in chief in free socage by service 

of lib. pepper. 
Thorperle [alias Thorperleg] and Keleshal [alias Kelsale]. A certain 

passagium in the time of the fair of Chester, held of the king in 

chief, worth 18d. yearly. 
Pekferton [alias Pecforton]. The manor held in free socage of the heirs 

[alias the lords] of Bunnebury by service of 3s. [alias 2s.] yearly. 
Ridlegh [alias Rydeleg]. A carucate of land held in free socage of the prior 

of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England by service of 

12(1. yearly. 
Sporstowe and Halgton [alias Halghton]. A carucate of land held in 

free socage of Roger de Sporstowe and his parceners, lords of 

Sporstowe and Halgton, by service of a rose yearly. 
Ridlegh [alias Rydeleg], Sporstowe and Halghton. A twelth part of the 

lordship held in free socage of Hova son of Eygnun [alias Eignon] 

by service of Id. yearly. 
PadUegh. la. land held in free socage of Henry de la [alias del] Boure 

by service of a rose yearly. 
Cherlton. A third part held in free socage of Robert de Praeres [alias 

de Prieers] by service of 6d. yearly. 
Nantwich. Two saltpits held in free socage of the same Robert by service 

of 12d. yearly. 
Horslegh. A mill and a half held in free socage of Roger de Wollaueston 

[alias de Wolaston] and David de Bunnebury [alias David son of 

Richard de Bonnebury] by service of 18d. yearly. 
Malpas. Two burgages, and two saltpits in Fulwich, held in free socage 

of Richard de Sutton by service of 21d. and a pair of gloves 

(sorothecnrum) yearly. 

Urian, son of John de Sancto Petro son of Urian aforesaid and 
heir of the aforesaid Idonea, aged 16 at the feast of St. Dunstan last, 
is next heir of Urian aforesaid. And before the same jury, Margaret 
late the wife of the said Urian was dowered by the king's writ, of 
61. from the portion of Shipbrok held of the king, of 4T. from the 
portion of the eighteenth part of the barony of Nantwich, and of 
10?. from the third part of Cherlton. 

Writ to the justice of Chester, with the escheator to enquire what lands &c. 
the said Urian held &c. on the day he died, and return the inquisition 
to the treasurer &c. of the exchequer, 18 Feb. 28 Edw. I. 
Chestbe. Inq. made at Chester on Wednesday after St. Augustine the 
Bishop, 28 Edw. I. 
Malpas. A fourth part of the barony, &c. 

To the same effect as above, with the variations there given within 
square brackets. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (5.) 

282. Roger de Letjkenobe. 

Writ, 24 Sept. 23 Edw. I. 
[Northampton.] Inq. 23 Oct., 23 Edw. I. 



180 INQUISITIONS. 



Grettewurth. The manor (extent given) held of Sh- Edmund earl of 
Leicester by service of 5 knight's fees. 
Thomas his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

Middlesex. iTiq. Sunday before St. Luke, 23 Edw. I. 

Suth Mymmes. The manor (extent given) held of Humphrey de Bohun, 
earl of Hereford and Essex, by service of a knight's fee of the little 
fee of Mortain, and two suits at the earl's court yearly, one at 
Blaunches-Apeltones, London, and the other at Hertford : the 
viUeins are taUaged at the lord's will but have never paid more than 
&d. yearly. 

Heir as above, of fuU age. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Lewes on Sunday after St. Edward the King, 

23 Edw. I. 
Selmeston, Iteforde and Horstede Keynes. The manors (extents given) 

held of the king in chief by service of the scutage, when it runs, of 

2\ knights' fees, and 20s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Pevenese. 
Bradeherst. A messuage &c., 40a. land, 6a. wood, and 26s. rents, held of 

Richard de Wakeherst by service of 21s. Qd. and lib. pepper yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 25. 

C.Edw.I. File 72. (4.) 

283. Roger de Moeles alias de Molis, de Moles, de Moblys, de Meoles, 

DE Mfelis, de Mtjeles, de Meles. 

Writ, 17 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Writ, 25 June, 23 Edw. I. 
SouTHAMPTOiir. Inq. Friday before St. Margaret, 23 Edw. I. 

Wallop. A messuage &c. and 190a. land with 4a. meadow, pasture 
for 500 sheep, 45s. rents of freemen, 11. 15s. 4d. rents of customers, 
works worth 66s. 8d., and pleas &c. of court 6s. 8d., held of the king 
in chief by service of l knight's fee. 

Elingeham. A messuage &c. and 40a. land, with 15a. meadow, a water- 
mill, 6s. rents of free tenants, rents and works of customers worth 
42s., and pleas &c. of court 2s., held of the heirs of Sir Oliver de 
Punchardon by service of 12d. yearly. 

Rocford. 40a. land held of the heirs of Walter Cosin by service of 2s. for 
scutage when it runs at 40s. 

John his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

Berks. Inq. Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Apostle, 
23 Edw. I. ^ 

Upton alias Opton. The manor (extent given), including a plot of 
meadow called Budelham, held of the king in chief by knight's service. 
When scutage runs, Geoffrey de Frethorne of Celereye shall pay his 
scutage to the heirs of Roger de Molis, and from them shall have 
wardship and marriage. 

Heir as above. 

Somerset. Inq. the day of SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edw. I. 
Maperton. The manor (extent given). 



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Cadebury. The manor (extent given). 

Halton. Two parts of the manor (extent given). 

All held of the king in chief, with other manors in divers counties, 
of the barony of Neufmarche {Novo Mercato), whereof he holds a 
moiety, by service of a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 26 and more. 

Devon. Inq. Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
23 Edw. I. 
Kynghiskarswelle alias Karswell. The manor (extent given), including 
a rent of 18d. from the heirs of Warin de Morcels for the manor of 
Hokesbere, and the hundred of Haytorr. 
Duppeford. The manor (extent given), including the advowson of the 
church, the hundred of Stanburgh, and a rent of 36s. from the 
heirs of John Besylles in the manor of Alfyntone. 

All held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 
Langeford. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Mohun by 
service of a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 26 on 1 March last. 

Hertford. Inq. Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
23 Edw. I. 
Little Berchamstude alias Berhamstude. The manor (extent given), 
including 27s. rent from free tenants of Lindhawe, held of the king 
in chief as of the crown by service of a pair of gilt spurs yearly, 
price 6d. ; and there ought to be paid yearly to the bishop 
of Ely 45., to William de Walenc(ia) 3s. lid., and to Mabel de 
Colesele 8d. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

Btjckestgham, Inq. Friday before St. Margaret, 23 Edw. I. 

Herdewyk. A messuage and close, 2 carucates of arable land 
containing 200a., I5a. meadow, 6a. several pasture, 7s. 6d. rents 
of free tenants, 88s. lO^d. rents of customers and cottars, who also 
render 14 cocks, 14 hens, 13s. 4d. for carrying services, customary 
works worth 22s. 6d., and 10s. for aid at Christmas, a moiety of a mil], 
and pleas &c. worth 2s., held of the king in chief by service of a 
knight's fee ; and there are due 6s. yearly for hidage. 

Wedon. 50a. arable and 3a. meadow, acquired of John de Bourton 
pertaining to the manor of Herdewyk ; from which are duo 
3s. 5|d. for hidage, and suit. 

Heir as above, aged 25 at the feast of the Purification last. 

Oxford. Inq. 16 July, 23 Edw. I. 

Overortone. The manor (fuU extent given) held of the king in chief 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Stoke Bassat. The manor (extent given with details of services of 

villeins) held of John de Riveres by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, his first born son, aged 25 and more. 

C.Edw.l. File 12. (5.) 



182 INQUISITIONS. 



284. RoBEET DB Gkey dlias de Gray, lb Gray. 

Writ to the keeper of the office of escheatry in the county of York, 11 June, 
23 Edw. I. 

Writ to the same expressing surprise that he has not transmitted the last 
writ with the inquisition made, 4 July, 23 Edw. I. 
York ; wapentake of Stainhill. Inq. made at RilUston on Sunday after 
the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 23 Edw. I. 

KetUweUe. A moiety of the town, viz. — 8 tofts, 8 bovates of land, 
a cottage and a water-mill, held of Sir Walter de Faucumberg for 
homage and service, and for a pair of gloves on Easter day, excepting 
the dower of tofts, land and mill which Isabel de Gray holds. 

John his son, aged 23 and more, is his next heir. 

York ; wapentake oe Osgodcross [Hosgodecros]. Inq. made at Punfrayt 

on the day of St Swithin, 23 Edw. I. 

Upton. The manor (extent given with names of free tenants), including 

pasture called Bulker, held of Sir Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 

for homage and suit at his court of Le Punfrayt every three weeks. 

Heir as above. 

York ; wapentakes of Hbrthill, Oxtse [Us] and Derwent, Aynsty 
and holdernessb. 

Inq. Thursday the morrow of SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edw. I. 

Sculecotes. A capital messuage, 12 bovates of land, 4 cottages, 
30a. meadow, 60a. several pasture, and a ferry (passagium) 
worth 4:8. 

Hutton. 3 bovates of land and 2 cottages. 

All held of the archbishop of York by knight's service. 

Scoulecotes. 4 bovates of land held of John de Melsa, rendering 4d. yearly 

and scutage when it happens. 
Boulton. A cottage held of the archbishop of York, and rents of Bd. from 

Robert de Boulton, and 6c?. from WUliam son of Walter. 
Gouthorp. Rents of 12s. Gd. from Richard Bustard, and 5s. from 

Alexander de Gouthorp. 
Suthburton. A rent of 245. 6d. from WiUiam de la Dale, and he renders 

thence Id. yearly to the church of St. John of Beverley. 
Morby in the wapentake of Ws and D[erwent].- A messuage, 8 bovates 

of land, 30a. assart, and 10a. meadow, held of Agnes and Alice, heirs 

of Robert Greteheved, rendering 12d. yearly. 
Drenghous in the wapentake of Hainsti. 9 bovates of land with a 

moiety of a messuage, 20a. of ' forland,' and 6a. meadow, held of 

the treasurer of York, rendering 5s. yearly and suit of court every 

three weeks. 

Heir as above. 

Writ, 27 May, 23 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. 25 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Somerton. A moiety of the manor (full extent given), including a 
fishery, held of the king in chief, as of the barony of Arsik, by service 
of doing guard of the castle of Dover. 



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Fyringford. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held by the service 

abovesaid. 
Herdwik. The manor (full extent given with details of services), which 

King Henry I gave to the abbot and convent of Seys in frank almoin, 

who gave it to the ancestors of the said Robert to hold of them as 

freely as they themselves held it, so that the manor is charged with 

no service. 
Ruthereford. The manor (extent given), one moiety held of the earl of 

the Isle {comite de Insula), and the other moiety held of the earl of 

Ferers in chief, by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, his first born son, aged 28 and more. 

0. Edw. I. File 72. (6.) 

285. Thomas de Multon of Gillesland. 

Writ, 23 April, 23 Edw. I. 
Stri-FOLK. Inq. 24 May, 23 Edw. I. 

Denham. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Roger le Bygod, earl 
of Norfolk, marshal of England, by service of a knight's fee ; which 
manor de demised to farm to Sir Thomas de Snyterton for 11 years 
from the feast of St. Luke last, for which term he (Sir Thomas) paid 
the whole beforehand. 

Thomas his son, aged 13 at the feast of St. Michael next, is his next 
heir. 

Writ, 23 April, 23 Edw. I. 
CxJMBEjiLAND. Inq. made at Carhsle on Tuesday after Whitsunday, 

23 Edw. I. 
Burgh by Sands. The barony, including : — 
Burgh. The chief manor (extent given), including 5 parts of a free net 

and other fisheries, three saltworks, five parts of a court, and a rent 

called ' Flodesilvre.' 
Leysingby. Land, meadow and wood, worth &l. 13s. 4d. yearly. 
Ayketon. 2s. yearly rent and the advowson of the church. 
Kircoswalde. Lands and tenements worth 40 marks, and the advowson 

of the church. 

Of all which he was enfeoffed jointly with Isabel his wife, before 
their marriage, by Thomas de Molton his father. 

Westmorland. A tenant holding a manor (unspecified) by cornage. 

Cumberland. Divers tenants holding by cornage ; for which tenements he 
rendered 10?. 19s. 2d. at the exchequer at Carhsle. 
Gillesland alias Gilland. The barony, including : — 
Erthington. The chief manor (extent given), including 80a. arable in 
Hamesby within the manor, two parks, two lakes, free chaces, ejrries 
of sparrowhawks {nisarum), and free tenants by socage who do homage 
and suit at the court of Erthington. 
Coupeland. 4 tenants holding by knight's service. 

And the said Thomas held the said fees of Sir Thomas lord of 
Egremund. 
Heir as above, aged 13 years on the Gule of August next. 



184 INQUISITIONS. 



[York] ; between Ouse and Dekwbnt (inter U. el D.). Inq. Tuesday after 
Holy Trinity, 23 Edw. I. 
Thorgramby. The manor, except half a mark, (extent given with names 
of free tenants), including pasture in Smythefeld, held of the king 
in chief, service unspecified. 
Heir as above, aged 14. 

[Cumberland.] Free tenants of Thomas de Multon of GiUesland in Coupe- 
land {undated), viz. : — 

Santon, Irton and Bolton. Alan de Coupland held 201. of land by homage, 
rendering a mark for comage. 

Bolton. Wilham de Wayburthweyt held 101. of land by homage, rendering 
55. for cornage. 

Goseford. Robert de Goseford held 101. of land by homage. 

Hale. Agnes and Constance, heirs of Alexander de Hale, held Hale by 
homage, rendering 6s. for cornage. 

All which the said Thomas held in demesne of Thomas de Multon, 
lord of Coupeland, by homage, rendering to him aU the comage 
aforesaid, and doing suit for the same at his court in Egremimd every 
three weeks. 

Writ ad melius inquirendum to the keeper of the office of escheatry in 
Cumberland, because the previous inquisition makes no mention of 
the value of the mUls, farms, pleas of court, woods &c., 25 June, 
23 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. Tuesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martjr, 
23 Edw. I. 

Burgh on Sands. The barony, held of the king in chief by service of 
375. yearly for comage at the king's exchequer of- Carhsle, 
including : — 

Burgh. The chief manor of the barony (fuU extent given with names of 
tenants), including Richard Fraunceys who holds Routhechf 
rendering 25. yearly, three saltworks, two water-mills, a fish pond, 
5 parts of a free net, a Mttle fishery called ' tractus,' the farm of a 
fishery called ' Flodesilver,' a fishery with a pond, and herbage 
called ' Senyfrith,' Suthfryth (?), RouthmjTe, Pynehnyre, Westsedyk, 
Burstedhill, Northsedyk and Myddelsedyk. 

Leysingby. The hamlet (extent given), including three sheihngs {scalinge) 
with pasture, and a brewery (bracina). 

Kirkeoswald. Nothing is said of this manor because the said Thomas 
and Isabel his wife were enfeoffed jointly thereof before their 
marriage ; it is a member of the barony of Burgh. 

GOlesland. The barony held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' 
fees, including : — 

Irthington. The chief manor of the barony (fuU extent given with names 
of tenants). 

Hayton. The hamlet (extent given), a member of the said manor. 

Cumquitington, a member of the said manor (extent given), including 
the herbage of Kynheur and Northscouch, and the wood of Norths- 
couch. 

Brampton. The manor, a member of the said manor (extent given), 
including a brewery, woods called Brygwod, Irthyn and Gelt, a mill 



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on the Gelt, the mills of Lonetby and Rotheburne, a fuUing-mill, 
rents of 11 skips and 5^ strikes (?) {estr') of flour, and a pasture 
called ' Geltesdal.' 

Askerton. A capital messuage &o., 1 10a. arable, 12a. meadow, 10a. pasture, 
and 38 farmers holding 352a. land and rendering 13?. 5s. 2\d., rents 
of flour, &o., a water-mill and herbage called Spathe Adam. 

Fulewod. 44 farmers holding 596|a. land at will. 

Waltonwode. 35 farmers holding 209|a. land at will. 

Northmore. A great waste, worth in common years 24L 

Tymelterne and Talkaneterne. The lakes, which render nothing but 
fishing for the lord's use. 
The free chase of the barony renders nothing but herbage &c. 

Writ of flenius certiorari, on the complaint of Isabel late the wife of the 
said Thomas that the manor and advowson of K3rrkeoswald and 
tenements &c. in Burgh on Sands and Fulwod, whereof she was 
enfeoffed jointly with her husband, had been taken into the king's 
hand on his death, 4 July, 23 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Brampton on Tuesday after the Translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 23 Edw. I. 

Kirkeoswald. Sir Thomas de Multon, father of the said Thomas, enfeoffed 
Thomas his son and the said Isabel before their marriage of the 
manor, excepting the park and the advowson of the church, to 
hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, in 8 Edw. I, and in 
12 Edw. I similarly enfeoffed them of the said park and advowson, 
from which time the said Isabel continued her seisin until the said 
Thomas's death. The manor is held of the king in chief as a 
member of the said barony of Burgh and renders 135. 4d. for 
cornage yearly. 

Burgh on Sands. A saltwork, whereof they were similarly enfeoffed.by the 
same Thomas ; 15s. rent, which William son of Michael de Wilmerby 
{alias de Wynmereby] held of the said Thomas, and afterwards quit- 
claimed to the said Thomas and Isabel and their heirs for ever. 

Foulwod. 15s. rent similarly held by Walter son of Walter le Neyr and 
afterwards similarly quit-claimed. 

Of which lands &c. the said Thomas and Isabel were in seisin for 
a year and more, until his death. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 25 June, 23 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Brampton on Tuesday after the Translation of 
St. Thomas the Martyr, 23 Edw. I. 

Cfogelyn. 81. of land held by Hugh de Hastingges by service of J knight's 
fee. 

(Unspecified.) 81. of land held by Adam de Farlham by service of 
^ knight's fee ; lOl. of land held by WiUiam de Leveresdal by service 
of J knight's fee ; 100s. of land held by Thomas de Leverfesdal 
by service of J knight's fee ; 10 marks of land held by Richard 
de Tirerth by service of | knight's fee; and 151. of land held by 
Robert de VaUibus of Treverman by service of i knight's fee. 

Stapleton. 20 marks of land held by Maud de Karrig by service of 
J knight's fee. 

Korkeby. 20Z. of land held by Walter de Routhebiry, of the inheritance 
of Isabel his wife, by service of ^ knight's fee. 



186 Inquisitions. 



Torcrossok. 20 marks of land similarly held by the same by service 

of ^ knight's fee. 
Katrelenn. lOl. of land held by the heir of William de Vallibus by service 

of ^ knight's fee. 
Denton. lOl. of land held by Robert de Denton of Lanerton by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Castelkeyrok. 201. of land held by the heir of Robert de Castelkeyrok 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Fenton. lOZ. of land held by WiUiam de Windeshor by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Brampton. lOOs. of land held by Robert de Mora by service of | knight's 

fee. 
Warcherio. 20s. of land held by the same by service of -^ knight's fee. 
Erthinton. 50s. of land held by Thomas de Blatem by service of 

I knight's fee ; and 10 marks of land held by WiUiam de Nieuby by 

service of ^ knight's fee. 
Cumquitington. 40s. of land held by Henry de Shiteby by service of 

X knight's fee. 
Burdeoswald in Erthington. 26s. held by John Gillet by service of 

^o knight's fee. 
Brampton. 10s. of land held by Thomas de Northwod by service of 

■^ knight's fee. 
Cumqnitigton. 10s. of land held by William son of Gunnild by service 

of ^ knight's fee. 
Scaleby. lOl. of land held by Robert de TilUolf by homage and suit only. 
Aiketon. The advowson of the church. 

G.Edw.I.FilelZ. (1.) 

286. William de Oddingeseles alias Doddingeseles. 

Writ, 12 May, 23 Edw. I. 
Hertford. Inq. Monday the morrow of Holy Trinity, 23 Edw. I. 

P5n:itone. A messuage, 200a. arable, 10a. meadow, 10a. pasture, services 
of bondmen, 10a. wood, 100s. assised rent, 20s. pleas &c. of court, and a 
moiety of a water-miU, held of Robert de Pynkeney by doing homage. 

Edmund his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

Warwick. Inq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 23 Edw. I. 

Solyhull and Makstok. The manors (extents given), whereof a moiety 
with the advowsons of the churches, held of Sir Hugh de Oddyngeseles 
by service of | knight's fee, and the other moiety of Solyhull held of 
Sir Robert de Pynkeny by socage, rendering to him a pair of gilt 
spurs at Easter, and the other moiety of Makstok held of the same 
Robert by service of J knight's fee. 

Merston and Cotes. Fourteen free tenants who render 36s. 8d. yearly, held 
of the earl of Oxford for ^ knight's fee. 

Arley. The advowson of the church held of Sir Hugh de Oddyngeseles. 

Buddebrok. A knight's fee held by Theobald de Nevyle and John 
Hastang, and the said WiUiam held that fee of Sir Hugh de 
Oddyngeseles. 

On the day he died Edmund his son was his next heir and of fuU age, 
but he is now dead. The said Edmund had four sisters Ida, Ela, Alice 



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and Margaret, the youngest of whom, Margaret, was 18 years of age 
at Easter last ; they are next heirs of the tenements aforesaid. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Ela late the wife of the said 

William that the manor of Olton and certain lands &c. in Solihull, 

whereof she was enfeoffed jointly with her late husband, had been 

taken into the king's hand on his death, 12 May, 23 Edw. I. 

Warwick. Inq. taken .at Makstok on Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 23 Edw. I. 

Olton and Makstok. The said Ela was enfeoffed jointly with the said 
WiUiam of the manor of Olton (extent given), and of tenements 
in Solyhulle, which are of the fee of Hugh de Odd3mgeseles pertaining 
to I knight's fee which is held from him in Solyhulle and Makstok, 
and of 12d. yearly rent in Makstok of the fee of Sir Robert de 
Pynkeneye ; she was in peaceful seisin for four years and a 
haK until the day of the said WiUiam's death. The said William 
and Ela acquired the tenements aforesaid from tenants of the said 
WiUiam, which tenements were previously charged with 285. yearly 
to the said WiUiam and his heirs. 

Writ of Privy Seal to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to 
search the roUs &c. and certify whether the king ought to have 
the wardship of the heir and lands of WiUiam de Oddingeseles, 
deceased, by reason of the land lately granted by the king to the 
said WiUiam in Ireland, or not, 8 June, 23 Edw. I. {French.) 

C.Edw.I. FiUn. (2.) 

287. William de [OdingJgeseles. 

Writ to the escheator, with the consent of John de Clinton, the younger, 
and Phihp Vemey, who sue for Ida, Ela, AUce and Margaret, 
daughters and heirs of the said WiUiam before the treasurer &c. of 
the exchequer, to cause a third part of aU the lands &c., which were 
of the said William to be assigned in dower to Ela, late his wife, 
having accepted her oath not to marry without the king's hcence, 
2 July, 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — . . . cos. Hertford, Warwick, 
Stafford and Rutland. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (2.) 

288. John de Walhope alias Walhopp. 

Writ to the escheator of Ireland, 12 June, 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — The 
land . . . has been taken into the king's hand by the treasurer &c. 
of the exchequer because it is of the king's demesnes, so that execution 
of this writ cannot be made. 
Repeated writ to the escheator of Ireland, 29 June, 23 Edw. I. 
Ireland. Inq. taken at Dublin on Friday after SS. Peter and Paul, 
23 Edw. I. 
Balyhiwyl, Balytire and Balyhamound. Five carucates of land. 
Garnach. Half a carucate of land. 

All held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 
William de Walhope, his brother, aged 23, is his next heir. 



188 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ to Mastep Thomas Cantock, chancellor of Ireland, and WiHiam de 
Estden treasurer of the exchequer of Dublin, on the complaint of 
WiUiam de Walhope that on the death of John, his brother, all his 
lands &c. in Ireland were taken into the king's hand and the wardship 
of Eleanor and Margaret his daughters and heirs was granted to 
William de Doddyngeseles, now deceased, and after the death of 
both daughters without heirs of their bodies the lands &c. were 
again taken into the king's hand although he, William de Walhope, 
is the next heir, commanding them to enquire what lands the said 
Margaret held who died last, and who is her next heir &c., 7 Aug. 
23 Edw. I. 
Irelaistd. Inq. taken at Dubhn on Thursday the octave of St. Michael, 
23 Edw. I. 

Balihewyl, Bahotire and Balihamund. The king enfeoffed John 
WaUiopp of 5 carucates of land for 30?. of land, to hold of the 
king in chief by service of a knight ; after whose death the same 
descended to Eleanor and Margaret his daughters and heirs, whose 
wardship Sir WiUiam de Dodyngezeles had by the king's gift ; 
but after the death of the said Eleanor they descended to the 
said Margaret, who died seized thereof under age, and were then 
worth only 151. by reason of wars and accidents ; she held no other 
lands. 

William de WaUiopp who now claims the said lands was brother of 
John Walhopp aforesaid and is the lawful and next heir of the said 
Margaret, and of fuU age. 

Memorandum (undated). The treasurer and barons say that these lands 
were originally of the king's demesne and after the death of Eleanor 
and Margaret, daughters and heirs of the aforesaid John, they were 
taken into the king's hand to the king's use by the treasurer and 
barons of the exchequer of Dublin, who hold them until they 
shall have a writ to deUver them. 

C.Edw.I. File 13. (3.) 

. 289. Nicholas Pecche. 

Writ, 19 Oct. 23 Edw. I. {defaced.) 
Somerset. Inq. . . . {fragment defaced.) 

[Neuton.*] Lands &c. held of the king in chief, of the inheritance of 
Sabina his wife, who survives, by service of . . . together with the 
[baihwick] of the forest of the whole county, (viz. 1) . ^ . dovecot, 
a water-mill . . . 7 (?)a. meadow, rent . . . and the forestry 
of the whole county. 

C.Edw.I. File 13. (4.) 

290. Isabel late the wife oe Simon de Bello Campo. 

Writ, 4 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 
Bedford, Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 23 Edw. I. 

Wottone. The manor (extent given) held in dower, by the assignment 

* So given in the calendeir printed in 1806, but now torn away. 



EDWARD I. 189 



of the said Simon with the consent of WiUiam de Bello Campo his 

father, of the heirs of the barony of Bedford. 
As for the heirs of the said barony, Roger, aged 30 and more, son of 
Maud de Moubray sister of the said Simon, Joan the wife of Ralph Paynel, 
aged 30, daughter of Ela sister of the said Simon, Isabel the wife of 
Simon de Pateshulle, aged 24, daughter of Ida daughter of the same Ela, 
and EUzabeth the wife of John de Horbur', aged 34, daughter of the 
same Ela, are parceners of the inheritance with the heirs of the body of 
Beatrice sometime sister of the said Simon. This Beatrice was married 
first to Thomas son of Otto, who had by her a son named Otto, now 
deceased, and a daughter named Maud now aged 26 years and the wife 
of John Botetourte : after the death of the said Thomas she was married 
to Sir WiUiam de Montecanyso of Edwardestone who had by her a son 
named William, who if he survives, as the jury beheve, is 12 years of 
age and more. And because the aforesaid Otto survived his mother 
Beatrice, the jury are doubtful whether her heir by her first or second 
husband is her heir of the barony, to whom with the other heirs aforesaid 
the said manor ought to revert. 

Mandate under the privy seal, to John de Langeton, chancellor, to 
receive by attorney the fealty of John Boteturte, who married Maud 
kinswoman and one of the heirs of Simon de Bello Campo, for her 
pourparty of the manor of Wutton, and to cause the same to be 
dehvered to him, the king having postponed his homage due for the 
same until his return from Gascony, where he is on the king's 
service, 1 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

G. Edw. I. File 73. (5.) 

291. Bkian de Brompton [alias de Bbampton]. 

Writ, 28 Dec. 23 Edw. I. 
Hekepord. Inq. taken at Leominstre on Monday the feast of St. Valentine, 
23 Edw. I. 
Ayston. The manor (extent given), including a park, and a tenant who 
shall find all the iron for the ploughs of the manor and shoe one plough 
beast in his fore feet, held of Edmund de Mortuomari by service of 
a knight's fee, viz. — doing guard at the castle of Wygemor with a 
barded horse for forty days at his own charges when there is war 
between the king of England and the prince of Wales, scutage when 
it runs, and suit of court at Leoministre every month. 

Margaret, aged 1 year and more, and Elizabeth aged 9 weeks, are his 
next heirs. 

Salop. Inq. Sunday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 23 Edw. I. 

Kynlet. 20a. land in the park, held of the king in chief for Jg knight's 
fee, for which he did homage to the king ; and 3a. in the same park, 
held of the king of the fee of Sottesdon {sic) by service of rendering to 
the lord of Stottesdon a buck yearly. 

Brompton. The manor (extent given), including a tower, held of 
Sir Edmund de Mortuo Mari by service of finding a horseman at 
Wiggemore in time of war in Wales for forty days at his own charges, 
doing suit at the court of Wiggemore every three weeks, and 
rendering him 13s, 4td. yearly. 



190 INQUISITIONS. 



Bocton. A messuage, 160a. land, 12a. meadow, pasture worth 5s., 
a water-miU, 30s. rent of free tenants, 62s. rents of customers, and 
2s. pleas &c. held of Sir Edmund de Mortuo Mari by service of finding 
a horseman at Wiggemore in time of war in Wales for forty days at 
his own charges, and by making two appearances yearly at the said 
Sir Edmund's court at Wiggemore. 

Weston. 4s. 5d. rent of free tenants held of the lord of Clone by service 
of making two appearances yearly at the hundred of Posselowe. 

Stouw. 45. rent of free tenants, 5s. rent of customers, and a water-mill, 
held of the earl of Arundel by service of rendering 6s. yearly and 
making two appearances yearly at the hundred of Pusselowe. 

Stanegge. 80a. land in demesne, 6a. meadow, a park called Ammareslit 
[alias Ambareslith], a water-miU, and 41. 12s. 9|d. rents of free 
tenants, held of Robert de Mortuo Mari by service of suit of court 
at Stepulton, and finding a foot-man with bow and arrows at 
Stepulton for forty days in time of war in Wales at his own charges, 
or I mark. 

His daughters, Margaret, aged 1 year on the eve of SS. Simon and 
Jude, 22 Edw. I, and Ehzabeth, aged 5 weeks on Thursday before the 
Conversion of St. Paul, 23 Edw. I, are his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 73. (6.) 
E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (2.) 

292. BKiAiir DE Brampton. 

Mandate from the bishop of Bath and Wells, the king's treasurer, to the 
escheator, according to the tenor of the king's writ, dated Aber- 
conewey, 8 March, 23 Edw. I (recited), commanding him to send in 
the inquisitions he has made concerning the manors of Brampton, 
Bocton and Ashton, cos. Salop and Hereford, to the exchequer 
without delay, if not already returned into the chancery, and if 
they have been returned there, then to certify their tenor &c., dated 
London, Palm Sunday. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 10 Aug. 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — . . . 
COS. Salop, Hereford, Warwick, Ch . . ., Oxford, Berks, Somerset, 

L , Wilts. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (2.) 

293. Alexandek de Monte Gomeei. 

Writ, 3 May, 23 Edw. I. 
[Montgomery.] Inq. made at Offedich on Saturday the morrow of St. John 

the Baptist, 23 Edw. I. 
Montgomery. A carucate of land in the field of Monte Gomery, held of 

the king in chief by service of 6s. 8d. yearly, and also beiug at the 

king's parliament at Ridwyer and at the ford {vadum) of Severn 

{Sabrine), and he shall also give his best weapon {meliorem armam) 

to the king when he dies. 
Aldredisheye. 3a. (?) arable held of the king in chief by service of 21d. ; 

and a water-miU similarly held by service of 26s. 8d. yearly to the 

castle of Montgomery. 

Philip his son, aged 10 at Whitsunday last, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 73. (7.) 



EDWARD I. 191 



294. Martin de Carron alias de Gabon, db Cabtjn. 

Writ, 16 Nov. 23 Edw. I. 
BircKiNGHAM. Ifiq. Monday before St. Andrew, 24 Edw. I. 

Srynton. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, 8a. meadow, a several pasture, 
60s. assised rent of freemen and customers, the customers doing no 
works, and a grove, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's 
fee. 

Roger his son, aged 23 at the feast of St. John the Baptist last, is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 73. (8.) 

295. Agnes de Blechesdon. 

Writ, 15 Nov. 23 Edw. I. 
Hereford. Inq. taken at Hereford on Thursday after St. Lucy, 24 Edw. I. 
Okes. A messuage, 60a. arable, 2a. meadow, la. pasture, and la. wood. 
Okes and Little Cowarn. Six free tenants who render 8s. G^d. yearly. 

All held of the king in chief by service of conveying (cond^lcendi) 
the king's treasure from Hereford to London with one horse, 
receiving from the king's purse I2d. in going and nothing in 
returning. 

La Were. 245. rent from 2 free tenants, held of Roger de la Haye Urri by 
service of a sore sparrowhawk yearly. 

Thomas de Blechesdon, her son, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 73. (9.) 



296. Eleanor de Crue, alias Eleanor daughter of Thomas de Crtje. 

Writ to the escheator in co. Chester, 24 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. Thursday, 1 Dec. 24 Edw. 1. 

Crue. A messuage, a carucate of land, a third part of two parts of the 
miU, of the waste and of the perquisites of court, 3s. 2d. free rent, 
and 31s. id. from the farmers (de firmar') of the same town. 

Chehnondeston. 17s. 2^d. from the farmers. 

Leytton. 4|d. free rent and a third part of two parts of 2a. land. 

Nantwich {in Wico Malh'). A free rent of 3d. 

AH held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Joan de Crue, of full age, and Avioe de Crue, aged 7 years, are her 
next heirs. 

C.Edw.I. File 13. (10.) 

297. Nicholas de Segrave, the elder. 

Writ, 12 Nov. 23 Edw. I. 
Huntingdon. Inq. Sunday after St. Andrew, 24 Edw. I. 

Alkmimdebiry with Weston. The manor (extent given) held of 
Sir John de Hasting' in chief by service of f knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 39, is his next heir. 



192 INQUISITIONS. 



IIiTiirTiNGDOiir. Inq. Saturday after St. Andrew, 24 Edw. I. 

Stanton with Hilton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in 
chief by service of three parts of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

Derby. Inq. Friday after St. Andrew, 24 Edw. I. 

Bretteby. J knight's fee (extent given), including a capital messuage 
and a park, held by knight's service of Sir Edmund the king's brother 
(germano) of the fee of Totynbyry, 

Rostlaston. A capital messuage, 6 bovates of land, a park, a broken fish 
pond, a windmill, 6d. free assised rent, and 34s. rent of bondmen held of 
Sir Roger de Monte Alto by service of 6d. ; and a park held of Roger 
de Rydeware by service of 4s. 

Coton and Lynton. Free rents of 2lb. pepper, lib. cummin and 5s., . 
27s. 6d. rents of bondmen, a fishpond, and pleas &c. of the court of 
Rostlaston, Coton and Lynton worth 2s., held of the king in chief 
by service of a brachet (hound) of any colour commuted (arrentati) 
at the king's exchequer at Easter. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Leicbstee. Inq. (undated.) 

Gosecote. The hundred held of the king in chief, rendering 100s. yearly 

at the exchequer. 
Segrave. A third part of the manor, with 2 carucates of land, held of 

the king in chief, doing scutage, when it runs, for J knight's fee ; 

and two parts of the same manor with 4 carucates of land held of the 

abbot and convent of Leicester, paying 20s. yearly ; and there are 

12 virgates of land there held in vilenage by the same service. 
Syleby. 9 carucates of land held of the earl of Leicester, doing suit at 

his court every three weeks. 
Thirneby. 7 bovates of land held of the same earl by the sei^vice aforesaid. 
Cotes. 5 virgates of land held of the heirs of the earl of Chester, doing 

scutage when it runs. 
Dychesworth. The manor with 6 carucates of land, held of the same 

heirs, doing scutage when it runs. 
Chakundalby. The manor with 4 carucates of land, held of the bishop of 

Lincoln, doing scutage when it runs ; and there are 11 virgates of 

land there held in vilenage by the same service. 
Coldoverton. The manor with 2 carucates of land, held of the heirs of 

William Daubeny, doing scutage when it runs ; and there are 

24 virgates of land there held in vilenage, and 14s. 6d. assised rent of 

free tenants, held by the same service. 
Melton Moubray. 70s. assised rent of free tenants, held of the fee of 

Roger de Moubray, doing to him scutage when it runs. 
Aleby. 4Z. 55. lOd. assised rent of free tenants, held of John de 

Deyvile, service unknown. 
Someredeby, 60s. assised rent of free tenants, held of the fee of Phihp 

Marmion, service unknown. 
Monsorel. lOl. assised rent of free tenants, held of the fee of the earl of 

Chester, service unknown. 

Heir as above, of full age. 

C.Edw.I. File 13. (11.) 



EDWARD T. 193 



298. John Veedun alias de Verdun. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum, 23 April, 23 Edw. I. Endorsed .-^On 
30 May command was sent to the sub-escheators in cos. Essex, 
Hertford, Norfolk, Suffolk and Northampton. 

Inqs. (missing.) 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower to be assigned out of the lands 

&c. which were of the said John, to Eleanor late his wife who has 

taken her oath not to marry without the king's licence, according 

to the extent made thereof, 19 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Northampton, &c. Extent or summary of the lands &c. which were of the 

said John Verdun, 23 June, 23 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Brikelesworth. The manor. 

Holecote. 11. yearly rent. 
Hertford. Stagenho. The manor. 
Norfolk. Brisingham. The manor. 
Saxlingham. The manor. 
Multon. The manor. 
Suffolk. Chetebery. The manor. 
Hecham. lOOs. rent. 
Marclesham. The manor. 
Stanstede. The manor. 

Whereof there are assigned to the abovesaid Eleanor for a third 
part, the manors of Brisingham, Saxlingham, Multon, Marclesham 
and Stanstede, so that she shall pay yearly to the king by the hands 
of the escheator lis. Id. during the minority of the heir. And the 
sub-escheators in Norfolk and Suffolk were commanded to give her 
seisin of the said tenements with the issues thereof from 19 June 
last when she took her oath not to marry without the king's licence, 
and this mandate issued at Montgomery, 23 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower to be assigned to the said Eleanor, 
out of the knight's fees and advowsons of churches which were of 
the said John, 6 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 3. (1.) 



299. Theobald Btjssel. 

Writ to the escheator to cause her dower of the lands &c. which were 
of the said Theobald, to be assigned to Joan late his wife, according 
to the extent made by him or to be again made if necessary, in the 
presence of the heir of the deceased, having accepted her oath not 
to marry without the king's licence, 26 Feb. 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — 
... CO. Devon. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (5.) 

300. Roger de Asphal. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum to the escheator or his sub-escheator in 
Kent, to be returned at the exchequer, 18 April, 23 Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File ?. (6.) 

N 



194 INQUISITIONS. 



301. Henry le Wayte. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum to the escheator or his sub-escheator in 
CO. Hertford, concerning the lands &c. which were of the said Henry 
who held of the king in chief in Dunnesle ; commanding him mean- 
while to dehver the wardship of the lands &c. and heir to Ahce late 
the wife of the said Henry, to answer for the issues &c. at the 
exchequer, 6 Oct. 23 Edw. I. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 3. (8.) 



302. William Abbot. 

Writ {ad melius inquirendum) because it is not expressed in the inquisition 
lately made whether the said William held any lands &c. of the 
king in chief as of the crown &c. or not, to be certified to the 
treasurer &c. of the exchequer, 23 Jime, 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — 
... CO. Northampton. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (9.) 

303. William PrrNOHAEDXTN. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum, 17 Oct. 23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — . . . cos. 
Wilts and Southampton. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 3. (10.) 

304. William de ARUiirDEL. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum to Malcolm de Harleye, escheator, 
21 Aug. 23 Edw. I. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 3. (11.) 

305. John le Bketun. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum to Malcohn de Harley, escheator, 18 July, 
23 Edw. I. Endorsed : — Void because the messenger from the 
exchequer who dehvered this writ knew not in what counties the 
deceased had lands. 

E.Inq.p.m. Filed. (14.) 



306. Robert de Horford of Honigham. 

July, 23 

E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (4.) 



Writ of diem clausit extremum, 29 July, 23 Edw. I. Endorsed:— 
. . . Norfolk. 



307. Alan son of Roald. 

Writ to be returned at the exchequer in 15 days from the Nativity of 
St, John the Baptist, 20 June, 23 Edw. I. 



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[Leicester.] Extent (undated). 

Kylmundecote. The manor, together with 8 virgates of land held there 
in demesne, 21 virgates of land in villenage, and 6 marks of assised 
rent from free tenants pertaining to the manor, held of David de 
Fletwyck doing to him yearly a pair of gilt spurs or 6d., and scutage 
when it runs. 

Worthington. 11 virgates of land in bondage, and 1145. 6d. assised rent 
of free tenants, held, of the inheritance of Maud his wife, of Theobald 
de Verdon, doing suit at his court twice yearly, viz. — at the view of 
frank pledge. 

Claxton. A messuage, 4 virgates of land in demesne, and 10 virgates of 
land in villenage, of the inheritance of his wife, held of Miles de 
Hastinges, doing to him homage and scutage when it runs. 

Roald son of Alan, is his next heir, and of full age. 

Similar lorit, 20 June, 23 Edw. I. 
OxFOED. Inq. 28 June, 23 Edw. I. (defaced.) 

Aston [RouaudJ. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Cornwall 
by service of | knight's fee. 

Rouard his eldest son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (6.) 



308. Thomas [son and] heir of Richard de Stattnton and Thomas de 
Blekbney alias de Blakeneye. 

Writ of diem clauserunt extremum to the sheriff of Gloucester, with order to 
attach those who have presumed to occupy the lands &c. of the said 
Thomas and Thomas, to be returned' at the exchequer, 12 April, 
23 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : — ^With return of the names &c. of those who have occupied the 
said tenements : John Botetourte who occupied the tenements of 
Thomas de Staunton, is in the king's war, and therefore the sheriff 
can do nothing about him. 
Gloucester. Inq. made concerning the lands &c. which were of the said 
Thomas de Staunton (undated). 

Staunton. A messuage &c., 30a. arable in demesne, |a. meadow, l^a. 
wood, 24s. Id. assised rent of free tenants, 13s. rent of customers, 
works, and pleas &c., held of the king in chief rendering 12s. yearly 
at his castle of St. Briavell, and being keeper (faciendo custodiam) of 
the bailiwick of Staunton within the king's forest of Dene in person, 
going on foot with a groom (garcione) under him. 

He died on Friday before St. Vincent, 20 Edw. I. John his son, aged 
13 at the feast of the Purification, 23 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

Sir John Botetourte occupied the said tenements, and received the 
issues from the day of the said Thomas's death until the feast of the 
Ascension, 23 Edw. I. 

Gloucester. Inq. made at Lideneye concerning the lands &c. which were of 
the said Thomas de Blakeneye (undated). 
Blakeneye. A messuage &c., 11a. arable, a water-mill, 20s. 5d. assised 



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rent, and la. meadow, held of the king in chief rendering 12s. 2|i. 
at his castle of St. Briavell. 
He died on the day of St. Nicholas, 19 Edw. I. Thomas his son, aged 16 
at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 22 Edw. I, is his 
next heir. 

William Hathewy occupied the said tenements, and received the 
issues from the day of the said Thomas's death until the feast of the 
Ascension, 23 Edw. I. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 4:. (8.) 

309. Sibyl, late the wife of Matthew de Beaumont alias de Beamond. 

Writ to Gilbert de KnoviU, keeper of the lands &c. which were of Isabel de 

Fortibus, sometime countess of Albemarle, in co. Devon, to be 

returned to the treasurer &c. of the exchequer, 29 June, 23 Edw. I. 

Devon. Inq. made in the full county (court) of Devon held on Tuesday after 

the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 23 Edw. I. 

Inneleghe. A messuage and a carucate of moorland {terre morose) and 
two free tenants rendering 9s. 7d., held of John de Beamond her 
son in dower, through the death of the said Matthew, and the said 
John held the same while he hved of the said countess for the service 
of a knight's fee, and owed suit at her court at the castle of Plymptone 
every three weeks. 

La Mere in the manor of Tyvertone. 28s. rent from free tenants (names 
given), held of the gift of Robert de Morceles her father, who gave 
the same to the said Matthew in free marriage with the said Sibyl, 
to hold of him and his heirs for ever. 

John de Beamond, son and heir of John de Beamond, is her next heir 
and of full age. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (9.) 

310. Edmund de Killum. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum to Hasculph de Cleseby, keeper of the lands 
&c. of John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, now in the king's hand, 
concerning the said Edmund who held of the said John in chief, 
to be returned at the exchequer, 18 Feb. 23 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. (undated fragment.) 
. . . town of Dan[eby] . . . 
Endorsed : — . . . in chief. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 4. (10.) 

311. Geoffrey le Rus. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum to Malcolm de Harleye, escheator, 11 Feb. 
23 (?) Edw. I. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 4. (11.) 

312. [*Deest Robert de Maeisco. 
Kayingham. 18a. land.] 



So given in the calendar printed in 1806, and still missing. 



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313. Matthias de Besylles alias de Besilles, de Besiles. 

Writ, 30 Dec. 24 Edw. I.' 
Somerset." Inq. taken at Tauntone, 26 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Brumpton Regis. The manor (extent given) held of the king by service 
of I knight's fee, of the inheritance of EHzabeth his wife. 

Geoffrey his first born son, aged 20 at the feast of the Purification 
24 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

Berks. Inq. ... 24 Edw. I. 

Boclonde. A messuage, 6 virgates of land, comprising 14a. meadow, 
96a. arable, pasture, and a free tenant rendering 20s. yearly, held 
of John de Lenham in chief, of the inheritance of Elizabeth his 
wife, by service of 12d. yearly, and suit at the said John's court 
every three weeks. 

Oxford. Inq. 3 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Roccote. 91. rent issuing from the manor ; of which (manor) he long 
before his death enfeoffed John Wogan for life with the consent 
of Elizabeth his wife, of whose inheritance it is. The manor is held 
of the king in chief by service of finding a man with a barded horse 
in the king's army. 

EHzabeth late his wife, aged 40 and more, is heir of the whole manor. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (L) 

314. Edmund Spyguenbl alias Espigurnbl. 

Writ, 18 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 22 April, 24 Edw. I. 

Staundene. A messuage, 180a. arable, 8a. meadow, 20a. pasture, 
4:1. 10s. assised rent, works worth 20s. l^d., 12 hens yearly, and 
16a. wood, held of Ralph le Merck by service of f knight's fee. 

John Spigurnel, his brother, aged 40, is his next heir. 

Writ, 28 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Wednesday before Whitsunday, 24 Edw. I. 

Skeggeby. A capital messuage, 5 bovates of land in demesne, a water-miU, 
an assart enclosed, 20 bovates of land held of him by the custom of the 
manor of Maxmsfeld, 2 bovates of land held in bondage, and 4s. 
pleas &c. of court, held of the king in chief at fee farm for homage, 
and service of 4J,. 4s. id. yearly by the hands of the sheriff. 

John Espigurnel, his brother, who has passed the age of 40 years, is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (2.) 

315. William de Newal alias de Netthale. 



. 22 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Harewode on Wednesday after the Close of Easter, 
24 Edw. I. 
Neuhale. He held nothing in the county on the day he died, because 
three years before then he enfeoffed Roger de Alewoldeley of a 



198 INQUISITIONS. 



messuage and 27a. land in Neuhale, to hold to him and his heirs for 
ever. These tenements are now in the king's seisin by the death 
of the said Roger who held them of the king by the services contained 
in an inquisition made by reason of the minority of Joan, Margaret, 
Alice and Annabel, daughters and heirs of the said Roger, who are 
in the king's wardship. The said WiUiam was seized of these 
tenements in fee on the day he married Annabel his wife, who sues 
this inquisition ; so that she could be dowered thereof. He had no 
other tenements on the day he died. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (3.) 

316. Matjd db Brom. 

Writ, 19 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. Saturday after the Ascension, 24 Edw. I. 

Ramptone. A messuage, \&\a. \r. land and 2a. meadow, held of Sir 
Warin de Insula in chief by service of M. (?) yearly. 

Robert her son, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Lewes on Thursday the morrow of St. Peter in 

Cathedra, 24 Edw. I. 
Hertefeud. A messuage &c., 30a. arable, 3a. meadow, 18s. &d. rents 

of free tenants, and a fourth part of the advowson of the church, 

held of the barony of Laigle which is in the king's hand. 
Estboume. 11a. arable held of the king. 
Alfriccheston and Beveringeton. A knight's fee held of her by Thomas 

Peverel, knight, from whom she receives homage, fealty, relief, scutage 

and other foreign services. 

All held for 2 knights' fees of the little fee of Mortain, and doing 
suit at the king's courts of Ryp and DodelesweU, a mark yearly for 
the guard of the castle of Pevenese, M. for sheriffs aid, and 4s. for 
the custom called hundredsUver yearly. 

Robert de Brom, her son, aged 30 and more, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (4.) 

317. William de Leveeesdale. 

Writ, 7 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carhsle on Thursday after the close of Easter, 
24 Edw. I. 
Leveresdale. The manor held of the heir of Thomas de Multon of 
Gillesland who held of the king in chief, a minor and in the king's 
wardship, by service of homage, and J knight's fee, doing suit at the 
court of the said Thomas at Irthington every three weeks. 
Thomas his son, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (5.) 

318. Odo de Comptonb alias de Cumpton. 

Writ, 22 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 
[Southampton ; Isle of Wight.] Inq. made at Neuport on Friday the 
morrow of the Ascension, 24 Edw. I. 



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Cumpton and Atherfeld. The manor (extent given) held of the king 
in chief as of the earldom of Devon by service of J knight's fee. 
Adam his son, aged 26, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 74. (6.) 

319. Jordan de Kingeston. 

Writ, 18 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Southampton ; Isle oe Wight. Inq. made at Nyweport on Friday the 
morrow of the Ascension, 24 Edw. I. 

Kingeston. A capital messuage, &c., lOOra. arable, 12a. meadow, 100a. 
pasture, 61. 19s. 8d. rents of freemen, 6s. rent of a customer, works, 
a windmill and turbary with a marsh, held of the king in chief, as of 
the earldom of Devon, by service of J knight's fee ; and 35a. arable 
held of William Russel, by service of I knight's fee. 

Jordan, son of William de Kingeston son of the deceased, aged 25, 
is his next heir. 

0. Edw. I. File 74. (7.) 

320. Edmund Fyton alias Fytoun. 

Writ, 10 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Monday the morrow of the close of Easter, 24 Edw. I. 

Couton. A capital messuage, &c., 2 carucates of land in demesne, 40a. 
meadow, a marsh, and a pasture containing about 10a., 11 tofts and 
14 bovates of land in bondage, 15 cottages, and 3s. 6d. rent of free 
tenants, held of the honour of the castle of Rychemund by knight's 
service, doing suit at the court of Rycheihund every 3 weeks, and 
rendering I4d. yearly in March for the guard of the castle of 
Rychemund, and 55. 4:d. yearly at Michaelmas for fines of the 
wapentake of Gilling. 

John his son, aged 22 on the day of St. Botulph next, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (8.) 

321. William be Carthorp alias de Caretoep, de Caeethorpe. 

Writ, 23 April, 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Beverle within the liberty at the cross {ad Crucem) 
without the town, on Wednesday after St. Augustine, 24 Edw. I. 
Beverle. 12d. yearly rent held of the archbishopric of York [which is 
vacant and in the king's hand] by two appearances only at the 
archbishop's court in Beverle, viz. — at the feast of St. Hilary and 
the Nativity of St. John the Baptist ; and 25d. yearly rent within 
the provostry of Beverle held in free burgage without suit or other 
service. 
John his son, aged 22 at Easter last, is his next heir. 

YoEK.J Inq. made at the Cross by Beverle to the north called Grithkross, 
on Wednesday after St. Augustine, 24 Edw. I. 
Swth Burton. A capital messuage, 4 tofts, 20 bovates of land, 10s. 
rent from a bovate held by Richard de Cycestria, and 2s. rent from 



200 INQUISITIONS. 



the prior of Wart(er), whence he rendered 2s. and lib. pepper yearly 
to Alexander de Cave, and 2s. to the abbot of Tometon, but held 
all the said lands &c. of the archbishop of York for the time being 
by homage and service of Id. and lib. cummin, and doing the foreign 
service pertaining to so much land, where 12 carucates make a 
knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

[YoEK.] Inq. Tuesday before St. WiUiam archbishop of York, [24 Edw. I]. 
Roston. Id. yearly rent by the hand of WiUiam Dring' of Boston for 

6 bovates of land and 3 tofts. 
Sonydalton. 8s. yearly rent by the hand of John Hervis for 2 bovates 

of land. 
Bilton. 25s. yearly rent by the hands of the heirs of John de Belton for 

12 bovates of land. 

All held of the provost of Beverley by homage, and doing suit 
at his court of Beverley every three weeks. 

Heir as above, aged 22 and more. 

York ; wapentake of Dykering. Inq. Wednesday before St. William 
archbishop of York, 24 Edw. I. 
Carethorp alias Caretorp. A decayed messuage and 4 carucates of land, 
held of the abbot of St. Mary's, York, by service of 2 marks yearly ; 
10 tofts and 19 bovates of land, and a yearly rent of 3s. 7d., held of the 
chapter of St. Peter's, York, rendering 40s. yearly for the said 10 
tofts and 19 bovates and for 13 bovates held of him by the free 
service of 3s. Id. aforesaid ; and a water-mill and a windmill, held 
of the abbot of St. Mary's, York, by the services aforesaid. 
Heir as above, aged 21 and more at Easter last. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the representation of Margery, late the wife of 
the said WiUiam, who held of the archbishopric of York now vacant 
and in the king's hand, that lands in Suth Burton, whereof she was 
enfeoffed jointly with her husband, had been taken into the king's 
hand on his death. Jedworth, 1 June, 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. the eve of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 24 Edw. I. 

Soutburton alias Sutburton. The said WiUiam and Margery were enfeoffed 
jointly of a messuage and 7 bovates of land by John Daniel, to 
whom the said WUHam had previously given the same by his charter, 
to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, of the archbishop of 
York, chief lord of the fee, by knights' service, and they remamed so 
enfeoffed from the feast of St. HUary, 23 Edw. I, untU the death 
of the said WiUiam, to wit a year and more. 
John son and heir of the said WiUiam was not present at the 

inquisition, though warned on Thursday before St. Botulph. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (9.) 

322. Petronilla de Beaumes alias de Bello Manso. 

Writ, 4 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Brentwood {Boscum Arsum), 14 December, 24 Edw. I. 

Warle Semoles. A messuage, 283a. arable, 18a. meadow, 15a. pasture, 



EDWARD 1. 201 



and 33s. 4d. assised rent, held of the heirs of Philip Burnel by service 
of Id. yearly, and the services due to the chief lords ; the said heirs 
are in the king's wardship. 

Malcolm de Bello Manso, her son, aged 24, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File. 74. (10.) 

323. John be Coggeshale alias de Cogesale. 

Writ, 23 June, 24 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Wyham, 20 July, 24 Edw. I. 

Rewenhal. A messuage, 90a. arable, 4^a. meadow, 2a. pasture, 4a. 
wood, and 5s. &d. assised rent, held of the king in chief of the 
honour of Boulogne by service of a moiety of a serjeanty, viz. — ^finding 
for the king for his war in Wales for forty days at his own charges 
a moiety of an armed man with unbarded horse, his co-parcener John 
Martel finding the other moiety ; and 5a. arable held of Ralph Jooe 
by service of Qd. yearly. 
John his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C. Mw. I. File 74. (11.) 

324. John de Egleston alias de Eggliston. 

Writ, 2 March, 24 Edw. I. 
NOKTHTJMBERLAND. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne, 3 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Estbumeton. The whole town held of Robert de Reymis [alias de 
Reynes] for a knight's fee, rendering him yearly 13s. 4d!. for castle 
guard. This land was taken into the king's hand because John de 
EggHston held it first of Hugh de Gosebec of the manor of Bolum, 
which manor the said Hugh held of the king in chief and gave with 
aU its appurtenances to Hugh de Remys and Robert his son without 
the king's licence. 
Adam his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 74:. (^12.) 

325. Gilbert son op William. 

Writ, 2 July, 24 Edw. I. 
[YoBK.] Inq. Tuesday before St. Margaret, 25 Edw. I. 

Brunnum. The manor held of the king in chief by homage, and suit at 

all the county (courts) of York, once yearly at the ' triding ' of 

Crayhou, and once yearly at the wapentake of HerthiU, and 

rendering 3s. yearly for wapentake fines. 
Hothom. A messuage, 8 bovates of land, 8a. meadow, and 4 cottages, 

held of Sir Ralph son of William by homage, and by rendering to 

the bishop of Durham 6s. yearly. 

Ralph son of William, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 74. (13.) 

326. Richard de Taney. 

Writ, 1 June, 24 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. 25 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Elmestede. The manor held jointly with Juliana his wife of the king 



202 INQUISITIONS. 



in chief of the honour of Reylegh by service of a knight's fee. Long 
before his death the said Richard with the king's licence enfeoffed 
Simon de la Neylonde of the said manor, to re-enfeoff the said 
Richard and Juliana, and he did re-enfeoff them to hold to them 
and the heirs of the said Richard. 

Roger his son, aged 18, is his next heir. 

The said Juliana was present at the taking of this inquisition 
with the king's letter patent, which more fuUy testifies of the said 
enfeoffment. 

Essex. Inq. made at Stapelford Taney, 21 June, 24 Edw. I. ' 

StapeKord. The manor (extent given), including 60a. foreign wood in 
the forest, which is a loss to the lord because he assigned a tenant 
to the keeping of the wood, who used to render him 4s. Qd. yearly 
for his land and now renders nothing, held of the king in chief of the 
honour of Reyle by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Lambumne. 4a. meadow held of William de Lamburnne, service 
unspecified. 

Heir as above, aged 17. 

G. Edw. I. File 74. (14.) 



327. Walter de Whixle alias de Qfixeley, of Northgeveldale. 

Writ, 30 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. taken at Pokelington on Saturday after the octave of the 

Purification [24 Edw. I]. 
Northgeveldal. A messuage, 9 bovates of land and a third part of a 

water-miU. 
Estgeveldal. 1^ bovate of land. 

All held of the king in chief by homage, and service of finding a 
sixth part of a crossbowman (balistarii) at his own charges at the 
castle of York for forty days in time of war, and after the forty days 
at the king's charges, if he be pleased to retain him longer. 

He died on the quinzaine of Easter 23 Edw. I. John his son, aged 
33 and more, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74, (15.) 

328. William de Erleton. 

« Writ, 21 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 

Salop. Inq. made at Shrewsbury, 4 January, 24 Edw. I. 

Erleton. A messuage &c., 60a. arable, 3a. meadow, the fishery of a 
fish pond worth 2s. yearly, 33s. rent of free tenants, held of the king 
in chief by service of rendering 6s. 8d. yearly at the exchequer. 
Clotleye. 3a. land worth I2d. yearly, and 6d. rent of freemen, held of 
the house of St. Andrew by service of rendering I2d. yearly at the 
church of St. Andrew. 

Adam his son, aged 22 at Easter 23 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (16.) 



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329. John de Sotebrok alias be Sottesbrok. 

Writ, 6 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. made at Radyng, 28 April, 24 Edw. I. 

Sottesbrok. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of a knight's fee, and there are rents paid out yearly of 205. 
for the guard of the castle of Windsor, 3s. \d. to the king for hidage, 
12d. at the exchequer for a water-miU, and &\d. to the baihfi of 
the hundred of Cokham and Bray for common of pasture called 
' sheppeny.' 

His daughters, Rose (Soysia) aged 16 at the feast of the Nativity of 
the Blessed Mary last, and Elizabeth aged 14 at the feast of St. 
Nicholas last, are his next heirs. 

G. Edw. I. File 74. (17.) 

330. Richard son of Simon de Winton alias de Wynton. 

Writ returnable at the exchequer. Witness, P. de Wilughby, deputy to 
the treasurer, at Westminster, 3 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 
[Southampton.] Ivq. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 25 Edw. I. 

Soberton. A capital messuage &c., 100a. arable, 3a. meadow, profits 
of a wood, pasture, 69s. 2d. assised rent, and pleas &c. of court worth 
2s., also 20a. arable, a garden and 3a. meadow, held of Simon de 
Wynton by service of a clove gillyflower yearly at Michaelmas, 
and a pair of gloves or Id. at Easter, to the heirs of John de 
Wyndelsore. 
Richard his son, aged 14 at the feast of St. Michael last, is his next 

heir. 

Endorsed : — ^The writ sewn to this inquisition emanated from the exchequer 
through the treasurer, the king being in Scotland, and has been 
returned there together with this inquisition, and because the 
execution of such a writ has not to be made in the exchequer we 
send the writ and inquisition to you to do therewith what you see 
fit. Let a writ follow in the Chancery in due form, &c. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (18.) 

331. William Trumwyne alias Trwmwine the elder. 

Writ, 22 April, 24 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. taken at Stafford on Thursday after St. Augustine, 24 Edw. I. 
Cannok. A virgate of land held by serjeanty, pertaining to his bailiwick 

which he held of the king in chief, rendering 1 mark yearly for 

the said half virgate (sic) and bailiwick. 
(Unspecified.) An assart near Chistlin held of the king, rendering 20d. 

yearly at the exchequer ; 85a. Jr. of new waste, held of the bishop 

of Chester, rendering 23s. lO^d. yearly, which lie fallow and the 

pasture thereon is worth 2d. per acre ; and a wood of 40a. rendering 

Id. yearly to Robert de Wiston, lord of that fee. 
Sondone. Two parts of two parts of a mill held of WilUam Staff(ord) ; 

and 5 royal acres {acras regales) held of Richard le Botiler, rendering 

6d. yearly. 
WiUiam his son, is his next heir and of fuU age. 



204 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Alesia, late the wife of the 
said William, that lands &c. in Wysowe whereof she was jointly 
enfeoffed with him had been taken into the king's hand on his death, 
11 June, 24 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Thursday after the Translation of St. Thomas the 
Martyr, 24 Edw. I. 
Wysouwe. The said Alesia was enfeoffed jointly with the said William 
of 12 bovates of land and a windmill with |a. land adjacent, which 
are held of Thomas de Rempiston, rendering him Id. yearly ; and 
whoever holds these lands &c. shall do suit at the court of the castle 
of Tykil and at the court of Wysouwe every 3 weeks. She was 
enfeoffed with her husband fourteen years before his death and 
continued her seisin until the king's bailiff of the honour of the 
castle of Tykil took seisin. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (19.) 

332. Joan, late the wife of Robeet de Hyldeyeed. 

Writ, 25 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Hedon on Thursday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 

Reston. A capital messuage, a dovecote, 15 tofts held at the lord's will, 
a Httle toft, a close, 12| bovates of land, a ' forland,' a plot called 
Brakenholm, and 2 windmills, held of the king in chief as of the 
barony of the earldom of Albemarle in Holdemess by knights' 
service but not as of fee ; and 8a, land held of the hberty of St. 
John of Beverley by service of Id. yearly. 

Sutton in Holderness. 120a. meadow, and pasture for a thousand 
sheep, held of John de Sutton by service of Id. yearly ; and half a 
bovate held of the same John by service of Id. yearly. 

Robert de Hyldeyard acquired all the aforesaid tenements, to hold 
to himself, Joan his wife and his heirs, of the chief lords of the fee, 
so that the same Joan was tenant for life. 

Robert, son of the said Robert and Joan, aged 23 and more, is her 
next heir of the tenements aforesaid. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (20.) 

333. Meeotjda Pygod alias Pygot. 

Writ, 8 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 
Hbbeford. Inq. Thursday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 25 Edw. I. 
Kingesstanvord. A moiety of a messuage &c., 40a. arable, 2a. meadow, 
la. pasture, a small plot of wood, and 2d. rent of freemen, held of the 
king by service of conducting the king's treasure from Hereford 
to London, receiving of the king 6d. a day in going to London and 
nothing in returning, and doing suit at the county (court) of 
Hereford every month. 

Maud her sister is her next heir, and of fuU age. 

G. Edw. I. File 74. (21.) 

334. William de Kendale. 
Writ, 4 July, 24 Edw. I. 

Derby. Inq. made at Baucqwell on Monday after St. Oswald, 24 Edw. I. 



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Derley. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including a several pasture 
called. Burley, held of the king of the honour of the castle of the 
Peak in socage, rendering 15s. 4cZ. yearly. 

Alice his daughter, aged one year on the day of the Translation of 
St, Thomas the Martyr 24 Edw. I, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (22.) 

335. Alexanbee de Cheny alias de Cheyny, de CHEiisrY, de Cheney. 

Writ returnable at the exchequer. Witness, J. de Cobeham at West- 
minster, 22 May, 24 Edw. I, because the king is in Scotland. 

Writ returnable at the exchequer. Edenburgh, II June, 24 Edw. I. 
Sussex. Inq. made at Brithm' on Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul 
[24 Edw. I]. 
Stretes. The manor (extent given), including 2 pairs of thongs for dogs, 
worth 4ci!., with the advowson of the church, held of WiUiam de Say 
and his heirs, by service of \d. yearly. 

WiUiam his son is his next heir, and of fuU age. 

Herteokd. Inq. made at Tyteberste, 6 July, 24 Edw. I. 

Titeberste. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot &c. of 
Westminster by service of rendering 20s. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 22. 

Kent. Inq. Tuesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
24 Edw. I. 
Patrikesburn. The manor (extent given), except the knights' fees 
thereto pertaining and a certain plot of land ; which manor with 
other lands &c. was at one time held of the king in chief by 
barony by Sir William de Say, who twenty years ago enfeoffed 
thereof by charter the said Alexander and Agnes his wife, to hold 
of the said William and his heirs rendering yearly a pair of gift spurs 
or Qd. and doing the service due therefrom for the guard of the 
castle of Rochester ; and in such standing the said Alexander died. 

Sir WiUiam de Cheney, aged 22, is his next heir. 

Endorsed : — It was found among the memoranda of the exchequer that 
Patrikesburne is of the barony of Say and is held of the king by 
barony. It is not known how the said Alexander entered upon a 
holding of the barony, whether with the king's hcence or without; 
wherefore it is expedient that the heir of the said Alexander be 
dealt with discreetly (circumspecte agatur), for the manor is held of 
the king and ought to be held in chief by barony as aforesaid. 

Kent. Inq. Wednesday before St. Margaret, 24 Edw. I. 

Kestane. The manor (extent given), including a windmiU which for 
want of a miU stone {mole) stands vacant and is therefore worth 
nothing, held of the heir of Sir WiUiSm de Say by service of \d. 
yearly. 
Heir as last above, aged 22 and more. 



206 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to send the inquisition 
made concerning the lands &c. which were of Alexander de Cheny 
to the king without delay, Berwick, 29 August, 24 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (23.) 

336. Gerard son of Gerard Salvayn alias Salveyn, de Salveyn. 

Writ, 26 June, 24 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. made at Flettewyk on Saturday after the Assumption, 
24 Edw. I. 
La Hyde by Luton. A capital messuage, 18d. assised rent of freemen 
yearly, and 80a. land in demesne, whereof he and Maud his wife were 
jointly enfeoffed, held of Geoffrey de Luci by service of 16s. 2^d. 
yearly, and rendering 6d. yearly to Robert de la Ho. 

His sisters, Joan de Skeurus, aged 30 and more, and Nicholaa de 
Donesstapel, aged 24 and more, are his next heirs. 

Buckingham:. Inq. Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 24 Edw. I. 

Edesborewe. A messuage, 44a. arable worth 12d. an acre, 33a. arable 
worth 6d. an acre, and 32a. arable worth 4d. an acre, 13^a. meadow, 
a pasture, 41. 10s. 6d. assised rent, a wood, and a water-mill, held of 
the king in chief by service of J knight's fee, except the mill which 
. is held of John de Boueles by rendering 5s,, and except 4a. meadow 
held of the prior of Caldewell by rendering I2d. yearly. 

His sisters, Joan aged 30 at the feast of St. John the Baptist last, and 
Nicole alias Nichole aged 25 at the feast of St. Mary Magdalene last, are his 
next heirs. 

Writ, 26 June, 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. taken at York on the morrow of St. Luke, 24 Edw. I. 

Crohum and Sledemer. Certain lands and tenements (unspecified) held 
of Grerard son of Robert Salvayn by homage and knight's service, 
whereof he (Gerard son of Gerard) enfeoffed Gerard son. of Robert 
on, 3 March, 23 Edw. I, who is in seisin from that day. 
Little Thorp. He sometime held 2 bovates of land in Little Thorp, 
whereof he enfeoffed the same Gerard son of Robert Salvayn. 
He died on the morrow of St. Botulph, 24 Edw. I. Heirs 
as last above ; whereof Joan is married to Adam de Thorp, and they 
have no children, and Nicholaa is married to John Erne of Dunstapel, 
and they have two sons and two daughters, the elder son being 14 years 
of age. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (24.) 

337. Olive de Gtjrneye. 

Writ, 12 May, 24 Edw. I. 
Gloucester. Inq. made at Ichyntone, 27 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Radewyk and Northwyk. Two parts of the manors held in dower of 
the inheritance of Elizabeth daughter and heir of John de Gurney, 
whom John ap Adam married. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Cycestre on Friday before the Nativity of St. John 
the Baptist, 24 Edw. I. 



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Est Hamptenette. A third part of a knight's fee, viz. — a messuage &c., 
50a. arable, lib. pepper rent of a free tenant, 42s. rents of bondmen, 
customary works, and pleas &c. of court, held of the heirs of 
John Lovel. 

Ehzabeth de Badeham, her daughter, aged 24 and more, is her next 
heir. 

Somerset. Inq. made at West Harpetre, 8 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Harpetre. The castle and park, with the pastures of Caldecote and 

Hydone, held of the king in chief by knight's service for | knight's 

fee. 
Castel Harpetre. The manor (extent given) held of the countess of 

Gloucester and her heirs by knight's service for a knight's fee. 
Barwe Gurney. The manor (extent given) held of the same countess &c. 

for I knight's fee. 

Elizabeth, her eldest daughter, aged 21 and more at the feast of St. 
Michael last, is her next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 74. (25.) 

338. William de Geremotjthe alias de Girnemotjt, de Gyrnemout, 

the elder. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to John de Totenhou, baihff of the king's manor 
of Skipton in Craven, on the complaint of William de Geremouthe, 
asserting himself to be son and heir of William de Geremouthe, the 
elder, that the said bailiff refuses to restore him the lands &c. of his 
inheritance, which he took into the king's hand on the death of the 
said WiUiam, the elder, 24 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

[York.] Inq. made by suitors at the court of Skypton and by the four town- 
ships of Apeltrewick, Wodehous, Herthngton and Brinsale, on 
Saturday the morrow of St. Edmund, archbishop of Canterbury, 
24 Edw. I. 
Wodehous. A toft and half a bovate of land, held in chief of the king's 
manor of Skypton, doing suit every three weeks at the court of 
knights of Skypton, and rendering M. yearly to the same manor. 

His son, WiUiam de Girnemout, the younger, aged 21 at the feast of 
the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in the year abovesaid, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (26.) 

339. Hugh Peverel alias Peverell. 

Writ {missing) [30 June, 24 Edw. I*]. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Cheleworth on Wednesday before St. Matthew, 
24 Edw. I. {defective.) 
Chelesworth in the hundred of Stapele. The manor (extent given) 
held of the king in chief by serjeanty of finding an esquire in the 
king's war for twenty days at his own charges. 
Stapele. A moiety of the hundred. 

Thomas, son of John Peverel son of the said Hugh, aged 18 on the 
day of St. Denis next, is his next heir. 

* See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. T., p. 376. 



208 INQUISITIONS. 



The said Hugh dehvered ... of John Peverel his son, as her 
dower, the said manor except a wood and the hundred, J-endenng 

to him yearly for the same . . . 2d. 

Cambridge. Inq. Thursday after St. James, 24 Edw. I. ,„,..., 

Stretle. The manor (extent given), whereof he was enfeoffed ^°i"^ - 
with Margery his wife, who survives, by Joan Peverel, to hold for 
their lives of the chief lords by the services due, by fine made before 
the king's justices, and he was so seised at the time of his death. The 
manor is held of the bishop of Ely in chief by service of 45. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 19 at the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula next. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Margery late the wife of the 
said Hugh that a messuage and two carucates of land in Stretelegh, 
whereof she was enfeoffed jointly with her late husband, had been 
taken into the king's hand on his death, 12 November, 24 Edw. I. 

Cambridge, Inq. Wednesday after St. Martin, 24 Edw. I. 

Stretlegh. The said Hugh and Margery were enfeoffed jointly by Joan 
Peverel of the said messuage and two carucates of land (extent given), 
by fine made before the king's justices in 12 Edw. I, to hold to them 
and the heirs of their bodies of the bishop of Ely, chief lord of the 
fee, rendering to the said Joan a rose at the Nativity of St. John 
the Baptist, and to the bishop 4s. yearly. 

C. Edw. I. File 74. (27.) 

340. Ftjlk de Penebrigg alias de Penbrygge, de Pennebrtjgg. 

Writ, 20 June, 24 Edw. I. 
[Wilts.] Inq. made at Boscumb on Monday before St. James, 24 Edw. I. 
Tudeworth. The site of a messuage, 89a. arable, la. meadow, pasture, 
61. rents of customers, and 2s. perquisites of court, held of the earl 
of Oxford, as of the inheritance of the said earl's wife, by service of 
rendering Id. yearly at Easter. 
Fulk his son, aged 5 on the day after St. Bartholomew next, is his 
next heir. 

Leicester. Inq. (undated). 

Ayleston. The manor (extent given), including il. assised rent in 
Stretton, held of the heirs of Richard de Harecurt without any 
service, because it was given in free marriage to Alice the grand- 
mother (avie) of the said Fulk. 

Heir as above, aged 4 on Saturday after St. Bartholomew, 23 Edw. I. 

Hereford. Inq. made at Hereford on Saturday before St. Kenelm, 24 Edw. I. 

Gyllouch. A messuage and a carucate of land and lOs. 2|d. rent, held 
of the king in chief without any other service than suit every 
fortnight at the king's hundred of Wormeslouwe, and after his death 
one of his best oxen {unum bovem meliorem) for his heriot or 2s. ; 40a. 
land held of Richard le Bret owing him 6s. 8d. rent yearly ; and a 
water-mill held of John de Abbrehale, rendering 3s. yearly rent. 

Ullingwyk. A messuage, ^ carucate of land and 12s. rent, held of Godfrey 
bishop of Worcester, owing him Id. yearly. 



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Catteleye by Upleden. 7 marks 4s. yearly rent held of Roger Tyrel, 
owing him Id. yearly. 

Heir as first above. 

Salop. Inq. 11 July, 24 Edw. I. 

Tonge. The manor (extent given), including fishery of the pond, and 
a chaplet of rose and three arrows (flectas), price ^d., held of Sir Alan 
de la Zouche without service ; which manor Sir Alan de la Zouche, 
grandfather of the present Alan, gave with Alice his sister, grand- 
mother of Sir Fulk, in free marriage. 

Heir as in the Leicester inquisition. 

Memorandum. That Isabel, late the wife of Fulk de Penebrugg who 
held nothing of the king nor of others by knight's service, petitions 
for the wardship of aU the lands held by the said Fulk in socage, 
because she is next (friend) to the heir (who is) a minor aged 5 years. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (1.) 

341. John de Walkingham. 

Writ, 1 Sept. 24 Edw. I. 
[YoEK.] Inq. made at Knaresburgh on Wednesday after the Exaltation of 
the Holy Cross, 24 Edw. I. 

Walkyngham. A messuage and two carucates and two bovates of land, 
held of Sir Edmund earl of Cornwall by homage and fealty, and 
service of 8s. rent yearly, and 12d. yearly for boon works {'precariis), 
and doing suit at the earl's court of Knaresburgh every three weeks. 

Farneham. A toft and la. land, held of Adam de Walkingham by service 
of a rose yearly. 

Thomas his elder son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

York ; bast riding. Inq. made at Pokelington on Wednesday after St. 
Michael, 24 Edw. I. 
Northgeveldale. A messuage, 32a. arable, 4a. meadow, a water-mill, 

five tofts and three carucates of land and two waste plots. 
Est Geveldale. Half a carucate of land. 

All held of the king in chief by homage and service of finding a 
moiety of a crossbowman {balistar') in time of war in the castle of 
York at his own charges. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

York ; wapentake of Langb(atjrgh). Inq. made at Stokesle on Saturday 
after St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 
Caldingelby. Two tofts and two bovates of land, held of Robert de 
Pothouw by knight's service, viz. — by homage, and \2d. to a scutage 
of 405. 
Heir as last above. 

[York ; liberty of Ripon.] Inq. Sunday after the octave of St. Michael, 
24 Edw. I. 
Rypon. A toft held of WiUiam Mesur and his heirs by service of 4d. yearly. 

Heir as last above. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (2.) 




210 INQUISITIONS. 



342. Ralph de Eeleham. 



'it, 4 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 
[Norfolk.] Inq. made at Norwich on Monday after St. Martin, 24 Edw. I. 
Erlham. A capital messuage, 10a. arable, 425. 4d. assised rent, works &c., 
and 2s. perquisites of court, held of the king in chief by service of 
finding in time of war in the castle of Norwich, a man with a crossbow 
(balista), for forty days at his own cost, and there is a payment of 
40s. yearly for the guard of the said castle ; and a capital messuage, 
a water-mill, a fishery and a several pasture, held of the manor of 
Costeseie by service of 10s. yearly. 
Oxwyk. A capital messuage, 10a. land, rents and works, held of the 
earl of Warenn, service unknown. 

Geoffrey his son, aged 42, is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (3.) 

343. Walter sojst of Henry le Somentjr alias Walter le Somenoe. 

Writ, 2 Deo. 24 Edw. I. 
[Essex.] Inq. made at Halstede, 12 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 

Finchinfeld, Assewelle hamlet. A messuage, 75a. arable, 4a. meadow, 
4a. pasture, 40a. wood, a water-mill, and 4s. assised rent, held of the 
king in chief by service of rendering J mark yearly at the king's 
exchequer, which service used to be done by the serjeanty of keeping 
the king's spits {custodiendi hastela/riam) ; and a virgate of land, 
held of the heirs of Adam de Nortoft by service of lOs. yearly. 

All which Nicholas de Assewelle sometime held as above, and 
gave to Henry le Somenour and Walter his son jointly, to hold to 
them and the heirs of the body of the said Walter, with remainder 
to the right heirs of the said Henry. The said Walter had no heirs 
of his body. 

Roger, son and right heir of the said Henry, aged 30, is next heir of 
the said Walter according to the charter of feoffment, and as 
appears by a fine levied in the king's court. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (4.) 

344. David de Fletewyk alias de Flittewyk. 

Writ, 3 June, 24 Edw. I. 
[Bedford.] Inq. 17 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Flittewyk. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief as of 
the honour of Albemarle by service of \ knight's fee, and rendering 
5s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Oravene. 

David his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 75. (5.) 

345. Robert de Hoekbslee alias de Horkesleyb. 

Writ {missing) [1 Dec. 24 Edw. I""]. 
Essex. Inq. 11 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 



* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, Edw. I, p. 367. 



EDWARD I. 211 



Horkeslee. A messuage, 293a. arable, 13a. meadow, 30a. wood, 25s. 2d. 

assised rent of free tenants, lis. 7J(Z. rent of customers, and their 

works, held of the king in chief of the honour of Reylee by service 

of a knight's fee. 
(Unspecified.) 2l5. yearly rent held of the heirs of John de Batonia by 

service of 8d. yearly ; and 1 Is. yearly rent held of Richard son of 

John, rendering nothing. 
Norton and Purle. 8s. l^d. yearly rent held of the same Richard, 

rendering nothing ; and there are there of assised rents 7J quarters 

of oats, and 90 eggs. 
William his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. 10 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 

Wyston. The manor (extent given) held of the king, of the honour of 
Reyleye, by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (6.) 

346. RiCHAKD DE Bbbwosb. 

Writ (undated fragment) [1 Jan. 24 Edw. I*]. 
[Gloitcestek.] Inq. Thursday before St. Scholastica, 24 Edw. I. 

Tettebury. The manor (extent given) including pastures called 
' Bertone,' ' Suthehey,' ' Ophemedouue,' and 'Northey' with its 
warren, and toUs of the fair and market, held of the king in chief, 
service unknown. 

Peter de Brewose, aged 23, is his next heir and was enfeoffed jointly 
with him. 

G. Edw. I. File 75. (7.) 

347. Henry de Ceene. 

Writ, 10 Sept. 24 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. Wednesday after St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 

Overmelecumbe. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including pasture 
for beasts upon the hiUs and in the waste, held of Sir John de 
Clington by service of rendering him 100s. yearly ; and a virgate of 
land held of Roger Basset by service of rendering 7s. and lib. pepper 
yearly. He held the manor of Draycote, co. Wilts. 

John his son, aged 28 and more, is his next heir. 

Wilts ; hundred of Sterkle. Inq. Wednesday after St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 

Draycote. A capital messuage &c., 160a. arable, 30a. meadow, pasture, 

4a. wood, 61. 18d. rent, works of customers, pleas &c. of court, and a 

winter water-miU, held of the king in chief by service of rendering 

11. 6s. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 27. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (8.) 

348. Thomas de Rybton alias de Ribbeton. 

Writ, 4 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Brideskirk on Tuesday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. T. 

* See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. I, p. 368. 



212 INQUISITIONS. 



Ribbeton. A capital messuage &c., 84a. arable in demesne, 16a. meadow, 
a close, 31s. 6d. assised rent, a fuUing-mill, services and customs, 
held of the king in chief by reason of the lands &c. which were of 
Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, in Cokirm(uth) bycomage, 
rendering 6s. 8d. at the castle of Cokirm(uth) yearly, and 8d. for a 
service called ' Sewakepeny ' at the same castle, and doing suit at 
the court of Cokirm(uth) every 3 weeks, and he renders for the 
whole land of Ribbeton to the prior and monks of St. Bees in Coupland 
20s. yearly. 

Rughthweyt. A moiety of the hamlet, held of Sir Richard de Brune, 
rendering him iOd. yearly for comage. 

Eglesfeld. A messuage and 38a. land, held of the lord of Eglesfeld, 
WiUiam de UUeyk and Thomas de Brigham, rendering 2s. 6d. for 
comage ; whereof he and Ellen his wife were jointly enfeoffed 8 years 
before has death. 

These lands were taken into the king's hand by the king's baihff 
of Cokirm(uth) on 23 June, 23 Edw. I. and are there stiU. 

Alexander his son^ aged 19 on St. Andrew's day, 24 Edw. I, is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (9.) 

349. JoKN DE Hedun or de Hedon. 

Writ, 13 Dec. 24 Edw. I. (defective.) 
[Nottingham.] Ivq. Saturday, the morrow of the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Hedon. The manor (extent given) held of the honour of Tykehul [now 
in the king's hand] by knight's service, doing suit at the court of 
Tykehil every three weeks, and doing ' vaytemete ' and causeway 
(calcettim), and giving for relief when it shall happen 10?. at the 
castle of Tykehil. The advowson of the church belongs to the 
manor. 

Rampton. 7a. meadow held of the same honour. 

Mistirton. 2a. land with the pasture adjacent held of the same honour. 

Tyresvell. la. meadow held of the fee of Richemonde. 

Upton. 8s. assised rent held of the fee of WiUiam de Valencia. 

. . . ton. 5s. assised rent held of the same fee. 

He does suit at the court of Doneham every three weeks. 
. . . water (mill ?), held . . . worth 6s. 8d. yearly. 

Simon son of Simon de Hedon, aged 50 [, is his next heir]. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (10.) 

350. Roger Doget. 

Writ, 21 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. Saturday after the conception of the Blessed Virgin Marv 
24 Edw. I. & J' 

Hildrisham. A messuage &c. with 33|d. assised rent, and 2^a. meadow, 
held of the heirs of Grimbald Paunsefot and Gilbert de Kirkeby for 
20d. yearly; 30a. arable held of the heirs of Grimbald Paunsefot 
for 6d. yearly; 33a. Ir. arable held of the heirs of Gilbert de 



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Kyrkebi rendering 9s. 4d. yearly ; 8|a. arable held of William 
le Burtsler rendering I2d. yearly ; |a. arable held of Robert le 
Gardiner, the younger, rendering 2d. yearly ; and 4a. land held of 
the heirs of Grimbald Paunsefot rendering \lb. pepper yearly. 

Roger his son, aged 14, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. Tuesday after the Circumcision, 24 Edw. I. 

Boterwyk. 80a. meadow with dykes (fossatis) held of the king in chief 
by service of a barbed arrow ; a third part of two bovates of land held 
of the master of the knights of the Temple by service of 8d. yearly ; 
and 25s. lOd. yearly rent acquired of the heirs of John Cundy and 
Robert Takel, service unkown. 
Est Boterwyk. lis. 8d. yearly rent, sometime acquired of Henry de 
Messingham, service unknown. 

Eva, late his wife, was enfeoffed jointly with him of the aforesaid 
third part of two bovates of land and 37s. 6d. rent ; and. 13d. yearly 
are payable for life to Sabina late the wife of Roger Arsyk. 

Heir as above, aged 14 at the feast of St. Michael last. 

C.Edw.I. File 15. (11.) 

351. Master Thomas de Baedenai alias de Baedeneye. 

Writ to Nicholas Fermbaud, constable of the castle of Bristol, 19 July, 
24 Edw. I. 
Bristol Town. Inq. Monday after the Assumption, 24 Edw. I. 

Bristol. A messuage in Smalstret held of the king in chief, three shops 
in Comstret rendering 3|d. to the king yearly, a cellar and a solar 
above in the same street held of the king by service of 3^d. yearly, 
4s. rent from the tenement of John de Cheddre, 20s. rent from the 
tenement of Richard Adrian held as above, two shops in the suburb 
in Baluenestret held as above, a vacant plot in the same street held 
of the king rendering 4Jrf. yearly, a tenement in Wynchestret ren- 
dering to the king 6d. yearly, a little garden in the suburb in le Put, 
2s. rent from a tenement in the suburb held by the prioress of St. 
Mary Magdalen's, 2s. rent from a tenement in the suburb held by 
Reginald le Carpenter, 3s. rent from a tenement in the Market held 
by Roger Roscelyn, 4s. rent from a tenement in the suburb in Le 
Weynesmed held by Roger de Mehes, 4s. rent from a tenement in 
Le Weynesmed held by Henry de MeUes, 6s. rent from a tenement 
in Toukarestret held by Jordan le Lung ; aU held of the king in 
chief ; a tenement at Contasseslupe held of Sir Richard Arthur 
in chief by service of id. yearly ; la. meadow in the suburb held of 
WilMam DonvyUe in chief by service of Id. yearly ; two shops in 
Radechvestret held of Sir Maurice de Berkeleye in chief by service 
of 4|d. yearly ; a certain land in the suburb which Roger the 
wheeler (rotarius) held of the prior of St. James's, Bristol, in chief 
by service of 12d. yearly, or lib. pepper ; a certain land which 
Walter Mittelyme held of the said prior in chief by service of 12d. 
yearly ; a certain land which Ralph Grossus held of the said prior 
in chief by service of 3s. yearly ; a certain land held of the said 
prior in chief which Eva de Wroxhale held by service of 4a. 2d, 



214 INQUISITIONS. 



yearly ; a certain land in the suburb held of the said prior in chief 
which Peter the cripple {Glaudus) held by service of l&d. yearly ; 
another tenement near by held of the same prior by service of Id. 
yearly ; a certain land held of the said prior by service of \Qd. yearly ; 
other land near by held of the s^id prior by service of \2d. yearly ; 
a certain land sometime of Maud de Kerdyi held of the said prior 
by service of . . . yearly ; a certain land sometime of Roger de 
Bercham held of the said prior by service of \2d. yearly ; a certain 
land sometime of Godfrey the miUer [molend') held of the said prior 
by service of \&d. yearly ; a tenement in Redelonde held of the 
said prior by service of \2\d. yearly ; and a vacant plot by Blind 
Gate (? ) (Orbam Portam) held of the said prior by service of 55. yearly. 

Robert de Bardeneye, his nephew, aged 30 and more, is his next heir, 
and no other heir is known. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (12.) 

352. Henry de Cleebek. 

Writ, 12 May, 24 Edw. I. 
Cambridge. Inq. Saturday before St. Botolph, 24 Edw. 1. 

Fordham. A messuage, 70a. arable, 3ffl. meadow, 3a. pasture, 7s. 2d. 
yearly rent, a harvesting custom worth 5d. and a moiety of a dovecot, 
held of Robert le Noreys by service of 6s. Idd., and doing one suit 
yearly at his court of Fordham. 

Joan, daughter of Robert de Clerbek his brother, the wife of Henry 
de Stok, aged 30 and more, .Elizabeth her sister, the wife of Alan de 
Rokwod, aged 28 and more, and AHce another sister, the wife of Geoffrey 
de Leghes, aged 26 and more, are his next heirs. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Dorcester on Monday the feast of St. Barnabas, 
24 Edw. I. 
Childhacford. A moiety of the manor (extent given), and of the 
advowson of the church, held at one time of the countess of Albemarle 
and now of the king in chief, for a knight's fee and by service of 
rendering 40s. scutage when it shall happen. 

Heirs as above, Joan aged 34, Ehzabeth aged 30, and Alice aged 28. 

Suffolk. Inq. 6 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Aketone. A messuage, 40a. arable, 3a. \r. meadow, Ir. pasture, and 
a windmill, held of the heirs of Robert de Clerbek by service of 
2d. yearly rent and lib. pepper ; 10a. land held of Hugh Thalemasch 
by service of Id. yearly rent ; 3a. land held of John de Hutebovyle 
by service of 8rf. yearly and a rose ; 6s. Q\d. and lib. pepper yearly 
rent held of. the prior of St. Bartholomew's by service of 3s. and 
lib. pepper. 

Neutone. A capital messuage, 40a. land, la. Zr. pasture, and l|a. wood, 
held of Henry de Crammavyle by service of 5s. &d. yearly. 

Great Waldyngfeld. 20a. land held of the heirs of Robert de Clerbek 
by service of IM. yearly, with 2a. pasture, 82 works between 
Michaelmas and the Gule of August, a custom of mowing 10a. of all 
kinds of corn in the autumn, and rents of a hen and 10 eggs, 



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Joan, Elizabeth and Alice, his nieces, are his next heirs, and Alice the 
youngest is aged 30 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (13.) 

353. ISETJLT, THE WIFE OF HeNEY DB ApELDOREFELD ttUaS DE APELTEEFETJD. 

Writ, 3 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Friday after Ash Wednesday, 24 Edw. I. 

Moriston. A capital messuage &c., 8a. arable, 16a. worse arable, 6a. worst 
arable, a pasture in the marsh, 3ja. meadow, \2l. 9s. &\d. assised 
rent, \lb. pepper, lib. cummin, two seams (seue) of salt, 14 cocks, 
99 hens, and a mill, held as dower through the death of Thomas 
Abelyn, sometime her husband, of Sir John le Sawage, who married 
Mary sister and heir of Nicholas Abelyn. She did the homage of the 
whole inheritance to the king after the death of the said Nicholas 
and now defends by service of a knight's fee and renders yearly 
5 weys {fondera) of cheese, price 30s., to Sir Geoffrey de Luci at his 
manor of Newton. 

John, son of the said Sir John le Sawage and Mary, aged 19f years 
and married, is her next heir. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire who is next heir of the abovesaid Thomas 
Abelyn, 3 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Friday after the Ascension, 24 Edw. I. 

Moristone. Nicholas son of Thomas Abelyn was his next heir, and 
at the time of his father's death was aged 35, but he died without 
heir of his body, and his next heir was Mary his sister the wife of 
Sir John le Savage, who at the time of the death of the said Nicholas 
was aged 24 ; the said Sir John did homage and relief to the king 
for those lands, which with other lands, are held of the king in 
chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above of the said lands &c. held in dower by the said Iseult. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (14.) 

354. Adam de Ceeting alias de Cretinoe. 

Writ, 8 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 
Huntingdon. Inq. Monday after St. Matthias, 24 Edw. I. 

Great Stocton, Blayesworth and la More. The manor (extent given) 
with the advowson of the church of St. Andrew, Great Stocton, 
held of the bishop of Lincoln in chief by service of 4 knights' fees 
pertaining to his manor of Bockeden, co. Huntingdon. 

John his son, aged 17, is his next heir. 

Huntingdon. Inq. Friday the feast of St. Laurence, 24 Edw. I. 

Great Stocton, Blayesworth and la More. The manor (extent given) 
with the advowson of the church of Great Stocton, held as above. 

Heir as above, aged 19. 

Suffolk. Inq. 8 March, 24 Edw. I. {and duplicate). 

Barewe. A manor (extent given), including a water-mill, 6a. meadow 
and 5a. pasture in Fomham, 43s. Id. yearly rent in Fornham, Riseby 



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and Barewe, customs of ploughing called ' lovebene, ' ' combote,' 
' dongherye ' and ' harewingherye ' and a custom of hoeing called 
' lovebene,' held of Sir William GifEard and Catherine his wife by 
service of 17s. lOci!. and lib. pepper yearly, and by service of a sixth 
part of 1^ knight's fee for scutage, when it shall happen. 

Saxham. 44a. arable, 4a. pasture arid 6a. wood, held of the sacristan 
of St. Edmund's, paying him I2d. yearly. 

Barewe and Heyham. 96a. arable, held of the earl of Gloucester, paying 
him 65. 8d. for scutage when it happens. 

Sir John his son, aged 20, is his next heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the representation Roger le Bygod, earl of 
Norfolk and marshal of England, that Adam de Greting held the manor 
of Barewe co. Suffolk, of him in chief by knight's service, wherefore 
the wardship and marriage of the heir pertains to him, 10 July, 
24 Edw. I. 
StrrFOLK. Inq. made at Cattishale on Monday before All Saints, 24 Edw. I. 

Barewe. The said Adam held the manor of Sir Roger le Bygod, earl of 
Norfolk and marshal of England, by service of a fourth part of 
2 knights' fees. 

Heir as above, aged 21 and more. 

The manor is in the king's hand and Thomas de Creting has the 
custody thereof from the treasurer and barons of the exchequer. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (15.) 



355, RlCSAEt) DE LA ROKELE. 

Writ, 11 April, 24 Edw. I. 
NoKFOLK. Inq. Thursday before Whitsunday, 24 Edw. I. 

Colkirke. The manor (extent given) and the advowson of the church. 
Gatele. The manor (extent given). 

Both held of the heir of Philip de la Rokele [a minor and in the 
king's wardship], by service of 3 knights' fees. 

Richard his son, aged 14, is his next heir. 

NoEEOLK. Inq. 15 Jime, 24 Edw. I. 

Colkirke and Gatele. The manors (extent given) held of Philip de la 
Rokele, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of 3 knights' 
fees. 

Heir as above. 

Endorsed : — [An inquisition] was made at another time concerning the 
lands &c. of R[ichard de la] Rokele by a writ of diem clausit 
extremum and returned into [the chanjcery, and afterwards before 
the assignment of dower to Cecily his wife the inquisition was 
repeated. 

Writ to the escheator to certify the king whether Cecily, late the wife of 
the said Richard, is dowered in one or both of the manors of Colkyrk 



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and Gatele, 1 1 July, 24 Edw. I. Endorsed : — Cecily late the wife of 
Richard de la Rokele is dowered as appears in the schedule. 
Norfolk. Assignment of dower to the said Cecily in the manors of Colkyrk 
and Gatele (full details given with names of tenants). 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (16.) 

356. OSBEKT DE BaTHON[IA]. 

Writ, 23 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 
SOMBBSET. Inq. 5 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Cumpton Durrevile. A messuage and 80a. 3r. land, held of the king 

in chief, service unspecified. 
La More Hassok. A capital messuage &c, 28s. rents, 122a. arable, 

and 6a. meadow, held of the heirs of John de Meriet in free socage 

by service of 12s. yearly. 
Radewelle. The manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Henry de 

Penbrugge for J knight's fee. 
Leyton. The manor (extent given) held of the heirs of PhiUp Burnel 

for ^ knight's fee, rendering 15?. yearly. 

Elizabeth his daughter, aged 22 at the Purification, 2[.], Edw. I, 
is his next heir. 

Writ {ad melius inquirendum), the previous inquisition making no mention 
by what service the said Osbert held his lands &c. in Cumpton which 
were held of the king, 12 March, 24 Edw. I. 
Somerset. Inq. made at Suthpederton, 2 May, 24 Edw. I. 

Cumpton. He held the lands &c. aforesaid by knight's service for 
J knight's fee of the fee of Mortain. 

G. Edw. I. File 75. (17.) 

357. Roger de Alewoldeleye alias de Alewodeley. 

Writ, 22 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Wednesday after the Close of Easter, 24 Edw. I. 

Alewoldeley. A messuage, 12 tofts, 2| carucates of land, and a water- 
mill, held of the king in chief by service of rendering 18s. %d. yearly 
at the manor of Harewod, doing suit of court there every three weeks, 
and for the king's scutage 6s. 3d. when scutage is at 40s., and 
rendering to the king 13Jd. yearly for wapentake fine, and to the 
prior of Boulton 5s. yearly for the said mill. 
Neuhale. A messuage, 3 bovates and 7a of land, and 18c?. rent, held by 
service of 3s. 2,\d. to be rendered at the manor of Harewod, and 
finding for one day thrice yearly a plough, and in addition a plough 
once a year, or 2d. on each occasion at the lord's will, finding also 
six hoes or &d. in autumn, paying for the king's scutage at the rate 
of ll^d. when scutage is at 40s., and rendering the king l\d. yearly 
for wapentake fine ; and half a carucate of land held jointly with 
Alice his wife, who survives, which was given to him in free marriage 
with the said Ahce, of the king in chief by service of rendering 
5s. l\d. yearly at the manor of Harewod, finding for one day thrice 
yearly (sic), and in addition a plough for one day twice a year or 2d. for 



218 INQUISITIONS. 



each occasion at the lord's will, nine hoes or 9d. in autumn, paying 
for the king's scutage at the rate of 15d. and rendering the king 
for wapentake fine 2c?. 

While the aforesaid manor was in the seisin of the countess of 
Albemarle, which is now in the king's hand, [the said Roger] held 
all the aforesaid tenements of her by the above services, and similarly 
of the king on the day he died. 

His daughters, Joan aged 8 at the feast of the Purification last, 
Margaret aged 6 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John last, Ahoe 
aged 3 at the Annunciation last, and Annabel aged 1 year at the feast 
of St. Peter ad Vincula last, are his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (18.) 

358. John de Wodhulle. 

Writ, 5 April, 24 Edw. I. 
Bedford. Inq. 17 May, 24 Edw. I. 

Wodhull. The manor (extent given), including a park, a fishery, and 
a market, held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees, and 
there are rendered 70s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Rokingham, 
and &d. to Amaury {Almarico) de Laundres. 

Thomas his son, aged 23 on the feast of St. Edward last, is his next 
heir. 

NoETHAMPTON. Inc[. 10 May, 24 Edw. I. 

PatushuU. The manor (extent given), including a rent of a chaplet of 
roses worth ^d. at the feast of St. John the Baptist, held of the king 
in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 23 and more on the said feast. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (19.) 

359. Mastee Richaed de Coleshulle. 

Writ, 3 March, 24 Edw. I. 
[Beeks.] Inq. made at Neubury, 20 March, 24 Edw. I. 

Aldremanston. The manor (extent given), including a park. 
Spersholte. The manor (extent given), including 15 hens price \5d. 
for church-scot (chirseto), and 50 eggs at the feast of St. Martin, 
and a custom of 2 sheep price 12d. at ' le hockeday.' 

Both held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
EHas de ColeshuUe, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 75. (20.) 

360. Petee de Campania. 

Writ, 8 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Extent, Saturday before St. Gregory the Pope, 24 Edw. I. 

Barwe by Barton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
as of the honour of Albemarle by service of 1^ knight's fee. 



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Scalleby. 3 bovates of arable land, two gardens and a fishery in 
Ancholm, lis. 2d. rents of free tenants, 15s. 5d. rents of cottars, and 
pleas &c. of court worth \2d., held of John de Saundton by service 
of -^ knight's fee. 

Isabel his younger daughter, the wife of Peter de Briddeshale, aged 22 and 
more, and Peter son and heir of Mary his first-born daughter, the wife of 
John de Douvedale, aged 3 at the feast of St. Laurence last, are his next 
heirs. 

Lincoln. Extent, Thursday before St. Gregory the Pope, 24 Edw. I. 

Saxelby. The manor (extent given), including 20a. meadow on the north 
of Fossedyk, and a rent of 2s. id. in Suth Carleton, held of the abbot 
&c. of Thometon by service of | knight's fee. 

North Clifton. A windmill, 22s. rent of freeholders, U. 13s. rent of 
bondmen, and 2s. rent of cottars, held of Baldwin Pygot, which 
Hugh father of the said Baldwin gave to Peter de Campania father 
of the aforesaid Peter in free marriage with Margery his daughter. 

Heirs as above, Isabel aged 20 and more, and Peter aged as above. 

Endorsed : — Let the barons of the exchequer be called for the hastening 
of this business. 

Lincoln. Petition of the abbot of Thorenton showing that whereas it was 
found by inquisition that Peter de Campania held certain lands &c. in 
CO. Lincoln of the king in chief as of the honour of Albemarle and not 
of the crown, and certain other lands of the said abbot in Saxelby, 
these lands are retained in the king's hand ; whereof he prays 
remedy. 

C. Edw. I. File 75. (21.) 

361. John de Wodetjbkton alias de Wodeurton alias John son ob" 
Hugh de Wodeueeton. 

Writ, 7 April, 24 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. Friday before St. Barnabas, 24 Edw. I. 

Wodeuerton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

service of finding a barded [horse] at the castle of Montegomeri for 

twenty days at his ovm charges in time of war between the king 

and the Welsh, and suit at the hundred of Cherebery every three 

weeks. 
Cherebery. A house held of the king in chief by service of rendering to 

the king M. yearly by the hands of the baiUff of Montgomery. 
Dodeston. 15s. \d. rents held of the heirs of William de Muleston, 

rendering &d. yearly. 
Rodenhurst. 13s. Id. rent held of Thomas de Lee and PetroniUa his wife, 

by service of 6d. yearly, and doing suit at the court of Staunton 

every three weeks. 

His sisters, Eva the wife of Richard Hord, aged 30, Maud the wife of 
Walter de Hokelton, aged 28, Sibyl the wife of Owen {Owayny) de 
Brompton, aged 25, and Amice the wife of WiUiam le Seneschal,, aged 22, 
are his next heirs. 

Writ of 'plenius certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether Margaret 
late the wife of the said John is pregnant or not, a previous 



220 INQUISITIONS. 



inquisition having stated that this was not known, 14 November, 

24 Edw. I. 

[Salop.] Inq. made at Shelve on Friday the feast of the Holy Innocents, 

25 Edw. I. 

Margaret late the wife of John de Wodeureton is not pregnant, 
as was fotmd by the jury and by certain women who carefully examined 
(diligenter videntes) her. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (1.) 

362. William de Valencia, earl of Pembroke. 

Writ, 24 May, 24 Edw. I. 
NoTTliirGHAM. Inq. Thursday after St. Barnabas, 24 Edw. I. 

Dunham. [The manor] (extent given with field names) , including a market 
and fair and a fishery in the Trent, with the soke, held by the sale 
of the heir of Sir Ralph son of Nicholas confirmed by King 
Hen. Ill, service unknown. 
Aymer (Eymerus) his son, aged 25, is his heir. 

Northumberland. Inq. the day of St. Barnabas, 24 Edw. I. 

Pont Eyland. The capital messuage, 280a. arable, 76a. meadow, and a 

little park. 
Merdesfen. The peat moor (mora petar'}-. 

Great Eyland. 7 bondages, each containing a messuage and 30a. land. 
Little Eyland. 6 bondages, each containing a messuage and 20a. arable 

and 2a. meadow ; and 3 cottages, each containing a messuage and 

4a. land. 
Great Eyland. 2 cottages, each containing a messuage and 3ja. land, 

and 4 other cottages. 
Great Calverdon. 2 bondages, each containing a messuage and 30a. land, 

and 6 similar bondages lying waste. 
Merdesfen. 21 similar bondages. 

The following rents of free tenants : — 
Merdesfen. 6s. 8d. from John the clerk. 
Calverdon. 25. from Gilbert son of EKas ; M. from Roger de Schotton ; 

4:ld. from Thomas de Hydewyn ; and Sd. from Hugh Koc. 
Pont Eyland. 9d. from Peter son of Richard of Pont Eyland ; Id. from 

John Haweley ; 6s. from Avice Frewyk ; and 6d. from Roger son of 

Ralph. 
Little Eyland. I2d. from Robert de Suaby (?) clerk ; 2s. 6d. from Peter 

son of Richard ; 6d. from Thomas Freman ; 19d. from widow 

Margaret ; and 3^d. from Robert Scharp. 
Pont Eyland. Two water-mills and a wind-mill and 6s. 5d. profits of 

court. 

All held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Aymer {Emericus) his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

Writ, 26 May, 24 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. Tuesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 
24 Edw. I. 
Geynesburgh {alias GajTiesburgh]. The manor (extent given), including 
a mine for gypsum (minera pro franco plastro), a ferry over the Trent, 



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and a market, held of the gift of King Henry III, tenure unknown. 
Sibyl late the wife of Gerard Talebot holds a third part of the 
manor in dower by the death of the said Gerard, who formerly held 
the manor. 

Aymer (Aymerus), aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

BtrcKiKGHAM. Inq. Wednesday before St. John the Baptist, 24 Edw. I, 
(defective.) 
Chardesleye. Two messuages, 155a. arable, 23a. meadow, 7a. pasture, 
rents, works, a windmill, a fishery in the river . . . and pleas &c.. 
held of ... by service of a knight's fee by right of Lady 
Joan, countess of Pembroke, sometime the wife of the said 
Sir William de Valencia. 

Aymer {Emerus) his son, aged 26 at the feast of the Annunciation last, 
is his next heir. 

Hereford. Inq. Friday the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, 24 Edw. I. 

Goodrich Castle (Castrum Godric) in Irchanefeld. The manor (extent 
given) held of the king in chief for 2 knights' fees. 

Aymer (Ademanis) his son, is his next heir and of full age. 

Gloitcester. Inq. made at Gloucester on Thursday before the Nativity 
of St. John the Baptist, 24 Edw. I. (defaced.) 
[Waddo]ne. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, service 
unknown. 

Aymer (Elmericus) his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. 23 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Bampton. The manor (extent given), including toll of the market, held 
of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as above, aged 25 and more. 

Worcester. Inq. Wednesday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 
24 Edw. I. 
Inteberue. The manor (extent given), including a park, held of the king 
in chief by knight's service (pro feodo militari) by reason of Joan his 
wife, service unknown. 

Heir as above, of fuU age. 

Dorset. Inq. Thursday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 
[24 Edw. I]. 
Cumpton Pundelarche. The manor with the barton (extent given), 
including 12 cottars who shall wash and shear the lord's sheep, 
held of the king in chief by knight's service, paying scutage for 1 
knight's fee when it shaU happen. 

Aymer (Aylmerus) his son, aged 23, is his next heir. 

Suffolk. Inq. 26 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Tu nin g The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of IJ knight's fee. 
Aymer (Ademarus) his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 



222 INQUISITIONS. 



Suffolk. Inq. 24 June, 24 Edw. I. 

KenteweU. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, rendering 
yearly for the guard of the castle of Norwich, 65s. and for sheriff's 
aid &d. 
Heir as last above. 

Suffolk. Inq. 27 June, 24 Edw. I. 

Roydon. The manor (extent given), whereof the whole of the arable land 
is enclosed in a park, held of Sir Robert son of Walter by service of 
a knight's fee. 
WrydeUngton. The manor (extent given) held of John de Hastinges 
by service of J knight's fee. 
Heir as last above, aged 28 and more. 

Southampton. Inq. made at Aundever on Thursday after the Nativity 
of St. John the Baptist, 24 Edw. I. 
Njrweton. The manor (extent given), including 96 hens at the feast of 
St. Martin for churchscot (cherisceto), and views at Stone and Hoke, 
Redbrigg and Throcleston, held of the king in chief of the gift of 
King Henry III, service unknown. 
Aymer (Adamarus) his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ to Walter de la Haye, escheator of Ireland, 2 July, 24 Edw. I. 
Wexfokd and Kilkenny. Inq. taken at Weyseford on Tuesday after 
St. Katharine, 25 Edw. I. 

The said William held .of the king in chief the earldom of Wexford 
only with its members, viz. — ^the manor of Odough, co. Kilkenny, 
with a piece of land at Jeripound in the same county, held of 
the inheritance of Joan his wife, doing to the king 22 services (of ?) 
8s. 10|d. at every proclamation of royal service ; which county used 
to be worth 300?. and now only 1501. 
Free tenants : — 

Kilkennybeg, BalycaUy and Kylhyntyn. A knight's fee held of the heirs 
of William Marshal (Mareschalli), rendering to them 6d. yearly. 
It is now devastated by the Irish. 

Kynalouth. Four carucates of land held of William son of Richard, 
Kkewise devastated. 

Balyregan. A knight's fee, held by doing the service of 205. to the lords 
of the liberty of Wexford ; of which fee 2 carucates in demesne 
are devastated. Hugh de Sampford holds 2^ carucates, rendering 
335. id. yearly and doing suit at the said William's court at Balyregan, 
Gilbert de Lyvet holds 1 carucate rendering lis. yearly and doing 
suit as above, John son of Richard le Lou holds 3 carucates rendering 
Sd. yearly and doing suit as above, David son of Thomas holds 
^ carucate rendering 8d. yearly and doing suit as above, and Richard 
le Low holds 1 carucate rendering lOs. yearly and doing suit as above, 
and there is a mill there. 

Wexford. A sixth part of the ferry, held of the chief lords of the liberty 
rendering nothmg. 

Rathascoper. 80a. arable held of the same lords, rendering nothing. 

Mawmayn. A fee held by John son of Henry of the said William doing 
to him at each (proclamation?) of (royal?) service 405. 
Aymer (Eymeriis) de Valencia, aged 21, is his son and next heir. 



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Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln to take the goods and chattels of WiUiam 
de Valencia into the king's hand on account of his debts to the king, 
16 May, 24 Edw. I. Endorsed : — The escheator has taken into the 
king's hand the goods and chattels of the said William in the 
manor of Geynesburgh. 

Similar ivrit to the sheriff of Oxford and Berks, 16 May, 24 Edw. I. 
Schedule of goods, &c. taken into the king's hand in the manors of 
Shrivenham, Benham and Spene, and Bampton and Welde. 

Similar vyrit to the sheriff of Wilts, 16 May, 24 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Return of goods, &c., taken into the king's hand. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Cambridge, 16 May, 24 Edw. I. Endorsed: — 
He had no goods in the county on the day he died. 

Similar writ to the sheriff of Essex and Hertford, 16 May, 24 Edw. I. 
Schedule of goods, &c., in the castle of Hertford, Beyford and Esendon, 
and Brykyndon in the liberty of the bishop of Ely. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (2.) 
363. Helen (Elena) la Zofsche alias la Stjches, la Ztjche, de la Ztjche, 

DE LA StTCHE. 

Writ, to the sheriff of Fife, 20 Aug. 24 Edw. I. 
Fife. Inq. made at Berwyck on Monday after St. Bartholomew, 24 Edw. I. 
Disard and Strahon. A third part of the lands of Disard and Strahon, 
held of the king in chief ; and the free service of Roger de Schazawy, 
and a third part of \ mark of assised rent from him. 

Alan la Suches, aged 24, is her next heir, and he has done homage to the 
king for the above lands and others which he holds in Scotland by doing 
homage for the land aforesaid. 

OUver la Suches does a third part of the service of one knight 
for the aforesaid lands and the land of Lokeris. 

Writ to the sheriff of Dumfries (Dounfres), 20 Aug. 24 Edw. I. 
Dumfries. Inq. made at Berewyk on Sunday after St. Bartholomew, 22 Edw. I. 
Girtun. A third part of the town. 
Saverayk. A third part of" the town. 
Treuqr' and Drumslet. A sixth part. 
Keltun. 1 mark of land and a pound of wax. 

All held of the king in chief owing the service of IJ knight and a 
third part of J knight. 

Alan la Zuche, aged 24 and more, is her next heir. 

Writ to the sheriff of Ayr (Are), 20 Aug. 24 Edw. I. 
Aye. Inq. made at Berwyk on Tuesday after St. Bartholomew, 24 Edw. I. 
Conyngham. A third part of a moiety of Irwyn, held of the king in 
chief by service of three parts of 1 knight. 

Sir Alan de Zuche, aged 24 and more, is her next heir. 

Writ to the sheriff of Wigton, 20 Aug. 24 Edw. I. 
WiGTON. Inq. made at Beruuich on Saturday after St. Bartholomew, 
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224 INQUISITIONS. 



Mauhirton. A third part of the town held of the king in chief by the 
service due in the sheriffdom of Dumfries (Drumfres). 
Alan Lachuche, aged 24 and more, is her next heir. 

Writ to the sheriff of Berwick upon Tweed, 20 Aug. 24 Edw. I. 
Berwick. Inq. Saturday after St. Bartholomew, 24 Edw. I. 

Lowedyr. A third part of a moiety of the town and dale held of the king 
in chief by service of 1 knight. 
Alan la Zuche, aged 24 and more, is her next heir. 

Writ to the sheriff of Edinburgh {Edeneburgh), 20 Aug. 24 Edw. I. 
EDrNBTJEGH SHBKiFFDOM. Inq. made at Berwic on Sunday after 
St. Bartholomew, 24 Edw. I. 
Traviment. A capital messuage and 3 carucates of land, 46*. 8<Z. 
assised rent from a coalmine {in carbonaria), 33s. id. from a miU, 
and lis. Id. from the land of Fauside. 
Nudreff'. 3 carucates of land in demesne. 
Caldor Cler. 2 carucates of land. 

AU held of the king in chief, service unspecified. 

Sir Alan de la Suche son of Sir Roger de la Suche, aged 24 and more, 
is her next heir. 

Leicester. Inq. (undated). 

Schepeshevede. A third part of the manor (extent given) held of the 
king in chief for J knight's fee, doing the scutage thereof when it 
runs ; and 4 virgates of land each worth 9s. 3d. yearly held of 
WiUiam de Ferariis to whom she renders as much yearly. 

Alan la Zouche, her son, is her next heir and of full age. 

NoRTHAMFTOiir. Inq. 14 Sept. 24 Edw. I. 

Hausho. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of J knight's fee. 

Brackele. The township (extent given), pertaining to the manor aforesaid, 
out of which 61. 13s. id. are paid to the prior of Brackele. And there 
is there a foreign court called the honour of Wyncestre. 

Alan la Zouch, aged 28 at the feast of St. GUes last, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (3.) 

364. John de Monte Forti. 

Writ of diem clausit extremum, and because WiUiam de Bello Campo, 
earl of Warwick, asserts that the said John held nothing of the king 
in chief, the escheator is so to keep the lands &c., that they may be 
restored to him as they came into the king's hand, if the king wills, 
11 May, 24 Edw. I. 
Rutland. Inq. Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 24 Edw. I. 

Prestone. The manor with its members (extent given), including a wood 
in the forest and a market, and in Uppingham lands in demesne 
and 5 virgates of land in bondage, held of Sir WiUiam de BeUo 
Campo, earl of Warwick, by service of 6 knights' fees. 

John his son, aged 5 at the feast of the Purification last, is his next 
heir. 



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Stjrkby. Inq. made at Lamehuthe on Tuesday after the Nativity of St. John 
the Baptist, 24 Edw. I. 
Astede. The manor (extent given) was at thetime of his death in the hands 
of R. archbishop of Canterbury and his co-executors of the will 
of Master WiUiam de Monteforti, to whom the said John had demised 
it for a term of years not yet expired. The said John held the manor 
of the earl of Warenne in socage. 

Heir as above, aged 5 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the 
Baptist last. 

Warwick. Inq. Friday before St. Barnabas, 24 Edw. I. 

Ilmedon. The manor (extent given), including a rabbit warren, held 

of Sir Edmund, earl of Leicester, by service of J knight's fee. 
Beaudesert {de Bella Deserto). The castle &c. (extent given), including 

a park and a Uttle moor, held with a hide of land in Brayles of 

Sir William de Bello Campo by service of J knight's fee. 
Wuytechirche. The manor (extent given), including a fishery in the 

river Stoure, held of Sir WiUiam de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, 

by service of a knight's fee. 
Wellesbourne. The manor (extent given), including a rabbit warren, 

held of the same earl by service of a knight's fee. 
Stodleygh. 9s. rent from free tenants, and a park, held of the same earl 

by service of J knight's fee. 
Henleye. The borough (extent given), including 69 burgesses, held of 

Edmund, baron of Stafford, by service of 3s. or a pair of hose 

{caligarum) of scarlet. 
Forewode. A messuage and Uttle park held of the same Edmund by 

service of 4s. yearly and suit at his court of Wotton every three 

weeks. 
Wyteleye. The town (extent given) held of the baron of Stafford by 

service of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 5 on Thursday before St. Barnabas, 24 Edw. I. 

C.Edw.I. File 76. (4.) 



365. Richard de BoYLAUiirD alias de Boyland. 

Writ, 4 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. made at CatteshiU on Thursday after St. Martin, 
24 Edw. I. 
Bourgate. A capital messuage, 40a. land, la. meadow, a piece of pasture, 
a windmiU, and 35s. assised rent, held of Peter de Bourgate by 
service of 19c?. yearly, which tenement the said Richard acquired 
to himself, Helen (Elene) his wife, and the heirs of their bodies. 

John son of the said Richard and Helen, aged 22 and more, is their 
heir. 

Stinston. 40s. yearly rent held of the king in chief pertaining to the 
manor of Osemundeston, co. Norfolk. 

Suffolk. Inq. made at CatteshiU on Thursday after St. Martin, 24 Edw. I. 

Blybourg. A capital messuage, 20a. land, 3a. meixdow, |a. turbary, 

^a. pasture, dr. alder-grove, and works of vUleins, held of 

P 



1226 INQUISITIONS. 



Sir Robert son of Roger by service of 2s. yearly, and charged with 

4s. yearly to Aymer de Valencia. 
Chetestan. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, 4a. meadow, 2a. wood, 

works and rents, held of Hugh Houel by service of 2s. yearly, which 

tenement he acquired to himseK, Helen his wife, and the heirs of 

their bodies. 
Heir as above. 
Cratfeld. 20a. land and la. pasture, held of Roger de Stocton by service 

of a clove gillj'flower, which tenement he acquired to himself, Maud 

his wife, and the heirs of their bodies. 
Heir not stated. 

NoEFOLK. Inq. Monday after All Saints, 24 Edw. I. 

Osmundeston. Rents worth 81. Ss. yearly held of the king m chief by 
service of J knight's fee. 

Brisingham. A capital messuage, 60a. arable, a turbary, a windmill, 
and rents and works, held of John de Brismgham by service of 
1 knight's fee, and paying lOd. yearly to the heirs of John le Verdun, 
which tenement he acquired to himseK and Helen his wife and 
the heirs of their bodies. 

Ringested. A messuage, 91a. arable, a windmiU, and 2s. rents, held of 
divers lords, service unknown, paying SjcZ. yearly to William de 
Caly, 6s. Gd. to Simon de Letton, and 3d. to Andrew de Letton. 

Taseburg. 60a. arable held of divers lords, service unknown, acquired 
to himself, Helen his wife, and the heirs of their bodies ; a messuage 
and 3a. meadow, held of Ralph de Holm and Richard son of Robert, 
by service of Is. l^d. yearly, similarly acquired ; 2a. wood held of 
John de Say* by service of a clove gillyflower ; rents and 
14| autumn works ; the whole charged with a payment of 13s. 4d. 
yearly to Florence le Moine. 

Waketon. A capital messuage, 60a. arable, 2a. meadow, 15s. 4d. rent, 
and works, held of the earl Marshal and other lords, service unknown, 
similarly acquired, and charged with yearly payments of 4d. to 
Robert de Welholm, 12«^. to WiUiam de Berford, 5s. to the hall of 
Melton, 6d. to the hall of Stratton, 8d. to the hall of Snape, 3|d. to 
John Robyn, Bid. to the church of St, Mary, Waketon, and 18d. to 
Adam Botyld. 

Gissingg. A capital messuage, 20a. arable, 2a. meadow, boscage worth 
Gd., and rents, held of John de Semere and Walter son of Avel', 
service unknown, similarly acquired. 
John his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir of all the above. 

North Washam. A capital messuage, 90a. arable, heath, several 
pasture, rents and works, held of Roger le Geney by service of 
S^d. at the end of [every] 28 weeks, acquired to himseK and Maud 
his wife, who survives, and the heirs of their bodies, and charged 
with payments of 2s. yearly at Apisburg, 3s. to the abbot of 
St. Benet's, and 4rf. to Agatha Beneyt. 

Howe. A capita] messuage, 132a. arable, meadow, 6a. wood, a wind- 
mill, rents and many works, held of the abbot of St. Edmund's 
by service of 2s. at the end of [every] 20 weeks for the guard of the 
castle of Norwich, similarly acquired. 



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Taseburg. A capital messuage, 50a. arable, 4a. meadow, rents, works 
and a water-mill, held of the prior of the monks of Theford and 
Robert son of Walter, similarly acquired. 

Heminhal. 26a. arable, rents and works, held of Thomas de Tymewrth 
by service of a clove gillyflower yearly, similarly acquired. 

Tyvertsh(al). A capital messuage, 60a. land, a rent of boscage (redd' 
boscag') worth lei., rents and works, held of the abbot of St. Edmund's, 
service unknown, similarly acquired, and charged with a yearly 
payment of 35. to the abbot. 

Brysingham. 140a. arable, boscage worth 6d., rents and works, held of 
divers lords, service unknown, similarly acquired, and charged 
with payments of 12d. to the hall of Lopham, 9d. to John le Verdun' 
2ld. to the abbot of St. Edmund's, and 12d. to the bailiff of the 
hundred. 

Wyleby. A messuage, 120a. arable, 4a. meadow, rents and works, held of 
the heirs of William de Valencia by service of a knight's fee. 

Ringested. A capital messuage, 194a. 2r. arable, rents &c. similarly 
acquired, held of the countess of Clare by service of | knight's fee. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (5.) 

366. Robert de Pynkbny alias de Pinkeney. 

Writ, 2 Sept. 24 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. Tuesday before St. Edward the King, 24 Edw. I. 

Dachet. A messua^ge, 100a. arable, 8a. meadow, and 39s. assised rents. 
Foulmere. A messuage, 80a. arable, a plot (placea) of meadow, pasture 
around the court, 15s. assised rents, a wood and a fishery. 
All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Henry de Pynkeny, knight, his brother, aged 40 at the feast of St. John 
the Baptist last, is his next heir. 

Essex. Iriq. made at Newport, 7 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

(Unspecified.) 280a. arable, 2a. meadow, 15a. pasture and 30s. assised 
rent, held of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne by 
service of a knight's fee. 

Cristeshale. A messuage, 180a. arable, S^a. meadow, la. pasture, a park, 
and 22s. S^d. assised rent, held of John de Rypariis by service of 
I and ^ knight's fee ; a messuage, 140a. arable, Ija. meadow, 
30a. foreign wood, 25s. assised rent, and works worth 38s. lOd., held 
of Arnald de Munteny and Peter Pycot by service of J knight's 
fee ; and 4a. wood held of Hugh Cherne, service unknown. 

Crowele. 53a. arable, 2a. pasture, 2a. wood, and works of customers 
worth 2s. &d. yearly, held of the king in chief of the honour of 
Boulogne by the aforesaid service of a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

[NoRTHAMPTOiir.] Inq. 16 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Wedon. The manor (extent given), including a wood within the forest, 

with its members, viz. — 
Sten (extent given), including a capital messuage. 
Coleworth (extent given), including a capital messuage. 

All held of the king in chief hj service of IJ knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 



228 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, keeper of the reahn and land of 
Scotland, 26 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Writ to Peter de Donewico, escheator on this side of the Scotch sea {mare 
Scocie), Jeddeworthe, 23 Nov. 25 Edw. I. 

Scotland. Inq. concerning the lands &c. held by the said Robert within the 
kingdom of Scotland on this side the sea (undated). 

[Haddington.] Balincref. A capital messuage &c. and 10 carucates and 
54a. arable, meadow and pasture ; two mills from which the hospital of 
St. Cuthbert's receives 20s. yearly in frank almoin, which hospital was 
founded by his ancestors, and to which pertain 9 bovates aiid 9a. land 
by their gift ; rents of which Alice de Graham receives 135. 4:d. yearly 
of the third part falling to her by the death of Roger Lehnan 
sometime her husband ; and 6 bovates of land held of him by Henry 
de Pinkeney his brother, rendering Id. yearly. 
Luffenoc. The castle and 3| carucates of land belonging thereto of the 
tenement of BaUincreff, held of him in chief by John de Bigerton. 

Linlithgow. Bynyn. 20 marks of land held by the same, rendering 6d. 
yearly. 

[Haddington.] BaUincreff. A carucate of land in two parts of ' le Cotis,' 
held by Alexander de Lindesey. 
Gosford. 3 carucates of land held by Thomas de Colevil, rendering nothing 
to the said Robert but the foreign service for a fourth part of a 
knight's service in the royal army, held of the king in chief doing 
for the whole tenement of BaUincreff the service of a knight in his 
army, and all other things pertaining to foreign (service) ; and doing 
for the land of Bvnyn, which is not of that tenement, three parts 
of a knight's service, in all foreign (service). 

Heir as last above. 

C.Edw.I. File 76. (6.) 

367. RoBEKT DE Veek alios de Veb, earl of Oxford. 

Writ, 1 Sept. 24 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. (undated). 

Wykingeston. 45| virgates of land, and 12s. assised rent from cottages. 
Leicester, Belegrave and Laucton. 41. assised rent of free tenants. 
Wykyngeston. A windmill and perquisites of court worth a mark. 

All held of John Comyn, earl of Bouhan, without service, because 
they were given by Margaret countess of Winchester to Hugh de 
Veer in free marriage with Hawis mother of the said Robert. 

Robert his son, is his next heir and of full age. 

Hertford. Inq. made at the church of Pelham, 8 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Horemad. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Alice his wife, 
of her inheritance, of the barony of Saunford by service of being 
the queen's chamberlain (per servicium camer(arii) domine regine). 

Kent. Inq. made at Flete on Friday after St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 

Flete by Sandwich. The manor (extent given) held of John son of John 
de Sandwyco by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 24. 



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[Buckingham.] Inq. Sunday after St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 

Cestresham. A capital messuage, 140a. arable, 3a. meadow, 2a. several 

pasture, 2Ql. rents, works, a water-mill, 40a. wood with a little park, 

toUs of the market [forum), and pleas &c. of court, held of the king 

in chief as part of the barony of Bolebek, service unknown. 

Robert de Veer, knight, his son, aged 34 at the feast of St. John the 

Baptist last, is his next heir. 

Middlesex. Inq. Monday after St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 

Kensington. A messuage &c., 253a. arable, 140a. fallow (frisch) land, 
10a. meadow, 12a. pasture, 108s. 4jrf. rent of free tenants, works, 
lOf lambs, 315 eggs, a windmill, 80a. wood, 13s. 4(j!. pleas &c. of 
court, and 23 hens rent of viUeins, held of the king in chief, service 
unknown. 
Heir as above, of full age. 

[Buckingham.] Inq. Friday before St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 

Whytchurch. A messuage, 120a. arable, 20a. meadow, 12a. several 
pasture, 201. assised rents of free tenants and customers, 40 hens at 
Christmas, a windmiU, toUs of the market (forum), a view 
13s. 4d., and profits of courts 13s. 4:d., held of the heirs of the earl of 
Gloucester by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above in co. Buckingham. 

Cambridge. Inq. Monday after St. Michael, 24 Edw. I. 

Great Campes. The manor (extent given), including a park of 200a., 
* held of the king in chief by what service the jury cannot discover 

(per servicium quod non potest per ipsos inquiri). 
Great Abynton. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief 

by what service the jury cannot discover. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Essex. Inq. 5 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Colnne. The manor (extent given), including a park and a market, 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. It pertains to the 
earldom of Oxford and is the chief manor of the earldom. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

[Essex.] Inq. 14 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Canefelde ad Castrum. The manor (extent given), including a park, 
held of the king in chief, service unknown. It pertains to the earldom 
of Oxford. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Essex. Inq. made at Ehnestede, 10 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Benetlegh. The manor (extent given), including a park and the fishery 

of a pond therein, held of the king in chief, service unknown. It 

pertains to the earldom of Oxford. 
Rammes[ey]. The manor (manerettum) (extent given), held of Robert 

son of Walter by service of rendering 5s. every 24 weeks. 
La Stonhyde held of the heirs of Alexander de Rammos[ey] by service 

of rendering 2s. yearly, which is all it is worth. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 



230 INQUISITIONS. 



Essex. Inq. 3 Oct. 24 Edw. I. {fartly illegible.) , ,. , .^ 

Hengham ad Castrum. The manor (extent given), mcludmg the castle 
(castellum) and a market, held of the king in chief, service un- 
known. , 

Bumsted. The manor (extent given), pertainmg to the earldom ot 
Oxford, held of the king in chief ; and 185a. arable, . . . meadow, 
l|a. pasture and rents, held of Robert de Merk by service of a 
. . . part of a knight's fee. 

Tillebury. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief as 
pertaining to the earldom of Oxford. 

Gelham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief [by service 
of] . . . lOl. yearly at the exchequer. 
Heir as above, age illegible. 

Essex. Inq. made at Blakemere, 12 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Dodingherst. The manor [manerettum) (extent given) held of the king 
in chief, service unknown, except that it pertains to the earldom of 
Oxford ; and 72a. arable, 2a. meadow, 5a. wood, 22s. 4d. assised 
rent, and 6s. 8d. profits of court, held of the prior of Bermundeseye 
by service of rendering 30s. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Wolfhamston. The manor (manerettum) (extent given) held by the said 
Robert and Alice his wife for their lives of WiUiam le Plomer by 
service of rendering lOs. yearly; and the reversion belongs to the heirs 
of William de Warenna. 

Fingr(ith). The manor (extent given) held by the said Robert ancf Alice, 
of her inheritance, of the king in chief by service of being the queen's 
chamberlain {servicium camerarii domine regine), and of the barony of 
Saunford. 

Suffolk. Inq. 3 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 

Aldham. The manor (extent given), including a park with deer, held of 

the king in chief, service unknown. 
Lavenham. The manor (extent given), including a park with deer, 
and toUs of the market, and the fair at the feast of St. Michael, held 
of the king in chief, service imknown. 
Cokefeud. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot of St. Edmund's, 
rendering to him yearly 2s. lid. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Schedule of lands &c. assigned in dower to Lady Alice de Veer, late the wife 
of the said Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford. 

Suffolk. Aldham, Lavenham and Cokefeld. The manors. 

Essex. Canefeld ad Castrum and Bumstede. The manors. 
Little Bumstede. Lands and tenements. 

Cambridge. Great Abyton. The manor. 

C.Edw.I. File 16. (7.) 

368. RoBE&T iJE Hayton. 

Writ, 12 May, 24 Edw, I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Saturday after St. Barnabas, 24 Edw. I. 



EDWARD I. 231 



Hayton. A messuage. 

Hayton and Claverburg. 7 bovates of land, and Roger called the carter 
(carettarius), John Gedde, Thomas le Paytour and Henry the shepherd 
{bercarius), who hold each a cottage and croft, aU held in socage 
of the archbishop of York, rendering 7s. yearly, B^d. at the 
Purification for a service called 'hea . . . ley' (?), doing suit at his 
court of Northsoke every three weeks, and paying 16s. for relief after 
the death of each heir. The tenements are all divisible. 

Suth Leverton. A messuage and 3 bovates and 9a. of land, and 2s. 8d. 
yearly from the heirs of Adam Cundy, John Brennand and William 
Brennand, free tenants of J bovate, all held of John de Hastyng 
in socage, paying 18s. Id. yearly, and doing suit at his court of the 
soke of Osewardebeck every three weeks. His heir pays nothing for 
relief and these tenements are all divisible. 

Misterton. 6 bovates of land, of which 14a. are in demesne and the rest 
held by free tenants named John the miUer, Thomas son of Robert 
of Misterton, Henry Hunt and his wife, Robert son of Adam de 
Bekyngham, John Unwyn, Thomas de Welleton, who pays 
4d. yearly towards the enclosing of the park of Grengeley, Robert 
Ascyll, John de Lynne, Walter Olyver, Richard son of Geoffrey de 
Stock who holds 4a. and renders 4s., 100 lampreys and 50 smelts 
yearly, and cottars named Simon de Lynne, who holds ' chapelcroft,' 
John le HjT^d, John the smith,' William de Laxton and William 
Paghe who holds 3a. meadow in le Hyntacke ; all held in chief 
of the lord of the manor of Grengeley, now in the king's hand, by 
homage, rendering 12s. yearly, making 8 rods of the hedge around the 
park of Grengeley, two ploughings, 18 boon-works (precarias) in 
autumn for one day, and suit at the court of Grengeley every 3 weeks ; 
and 6 bovates of land, held of the lord of the castle of Tyk(hill), 
now in the king's hand, by serjeanty of contributing proportionably 
to a horse worth 5s., a sack and a 'broche' worth 4:d., in every army 
of the king in Wales with the constable of Tyk(hill) ; whereof he held 
nothing in demesne, for his ancestors enfeoffed the ancestors of 
Thomas de Welleton of 3 bovates rendering 3s. yearly thence, and 
the ancestors of Thomas de Eton and Ralph son of Robert held the 
other 3 bovates by a fine made in the king's court whereof duel was 
waged and fought, rendering to him 6d. 

Lound. 9 little bovates of land each containing 12a., whereof none are 
in demesne but held by tenants (extent given with names of tenants), 
held of the lord of the castle of Tyk(hill) by service of contributing 
proportionably towards a horse worth 5s., a sack and a ' broche ' 
worth 4:d. as above, and doing two suits at the courts of Tyk(hill), viz. — 
after Easter and Michaelmas, and two attendances at the wapentake 
of Bers(etlawe) belonging to the honour of Tyk(hni). The said Robert 
and his parceners shall make 7 feet of thecauseway of Tyk(hill), and 
contribute to sheriff's aid, 

Clumbyr. A water-mill and a bovate of land in bondage (extent given 
with names of tenants), held of the lord of the castle of TyJi(hill), and 
there was formerly a wood with many oaks and now there are only 
26 old oaks. There is a place where heather {bruzra) grows called 
' lyng ' which can be sold at the end of every 10 years for 16s., an$i 
now it is 4 years since it was sold. 



232 INQUISITIONS. 



West Retford. 80a. land held of the lord of the castle of Tykh(ill); held 

by tenants (names given), one of whom Simon son of Robert son 

of Hugh held 20a., rendering 55. yearly, which Sir Robert de 

Morteyn used to pay, doing no other service. 

Thomas and Robert, his sons, Thomas, the elder, aged 2 years at the 

feast of All Saints next, are his next heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 76. (8.) 

369. Simon de Pateshulle alias de Pateshylle. 

Writ, 2 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Bulmere, 26 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Belchamp WiUiam {in Bella Campo Willdmi). 12a. arable, 4^a. meadow, 
3a. pastiu-e, 20a. wood, works, ploughings of ' gavelacre,' and 14s. lOd. 
assised rents, held of Robert de Ver, earl of Oxford, by service of 
1^8 knight's fee, of the inheritance of Isabel his wife daughter and 
heir of John de Stengreve. 
John his son, aged 4, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. Thursday after St. Lucy, 24 Edw. I. 

Fryseby. 36 bovates of land, whereof 12 used to be held in demesne 
and are put to farm (ad altam firmam) to the bondmen who hold the 
remainder, a plot (placea,) of meadow, and a moiety of a water-mill, 
held of the inheritance of Isabel daughter of Jolm de Steyngreve, 
sometime his wife, of Richard Folyot, as the gift of Jordan Fohot 
his father to Simon de Steyngreve^ grandfather of the said Isabel, 
in free marriage with Beatrice his daughter. 

Heir imknown, because he was bom in distant parts. 

Hertford. Inq. Monday the eve of St. Lucy, 24 Edw. I. 

Chelsen. A messuage, 180a. land, 8a. meadow, 4a. wood, and 335. 4d. 
assised rent, held of Roger le Straunge by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 2 years. 

Bedford. Inq. taken at Bedford on Wednesday after St. Lucy, 24 Edw. I. 

Caysho. The manor (extent given with services of customers) held of the 

king in chief, of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, for a ninth part 

of the barony of Bedford by service of | knight's fee : the said Isabel 

is aged 22 and more. » 

Heir as above, aged 3 and more. 

Bruham. 20s. yearly from divers tenants. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton on Monday before St. Lucy, 
24 Edw. I. (defaced.) 
Pateshulle. A manor (extent given) held of John de WahuUe in chief 
by service of J, knight's fee; 2 virgates of land held of John de 
Ferariis by the knight's service pertaining to such a tenement ; 
2 virgates of land held of the abbot of Gyrene (estre), rendering 13s. 4d. 
yearly; and 6 virgates of land, 61. 10s. rent of customers, and a mill, 
held of the prior of Dunstapil, rendering 100s. yearly. 
Heyford. A messuage &c., 3| virgates of land, and 4s. yearly rent, held of 
Hugh de Chauncels ; and 2 virgates of land held of Nicholas de 
Segrave rendering yearly as much as pertains to such a tenement, 



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Bockebroc. 4 virgates and 6a. of land, and 2a. Ijr. . . . held of 
John de Ferr(ariis), rendering the soutage pertaining to such a 
tenement. 

Flore. 2 virgates of land, a mill, a meadow and 20s. rent, held of Hawis 
de Keynys rendering 2d. yearly ; and 1 virgate of land (held of) 
Hervey de Colintre and Robert de la Chaumbre of Flore, rendering 
lOd. yearly. 

Trop. A manor (extent given), including a wood called ' Trop wode ' 
in the forest of Salcey (Salceti) with housbote and heybote therefrom 
by the view of the foresters and verderers, held of PhOip de Geyton, 
in chief by service of a knight's fee and lOl. yearly. 

Midelton and Colintre. A manor (extent given) held of the same Philip 
de Geyton in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Stok in the forest of Salcey. The wood held of Hugh Despenser for 
4rf. yearly. 

Fardingston. . . . 

Haddon. 5- virgates of land held of the prior of Daventre by service of 
a knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 3 years and more from the day of St. Michael last. 

Writ, 12 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 
YoEK. Inq. Sunday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Stangreve. 2^ carucates of land held of the fee of Pajmel by knight's 

service ; 1 carucate of land held of Sir Roger de Moubray by service 

of 2s. ; and 1| carucate of land held of the prior of Hexhylsam by 

service of 1 mark. 
Nonyton. 6 carucates of land held of the fee of Pa3mel by knight's service ; 

I carucate of land held of Sir WiUiam de Roys by service of lib. 

pepper ; and 1 carucate of land held of the abbot of St. Mary's, 

York, by service of 5s. 
Waterhoku. 1 carucate of land held of the fee of Paynel by knight's 

service, 
Schouseby. 1 carucate of land held of Matthew de Lovejm by knight's 

service. 
Schottone. 1 carucate of land held of the abbot of St. Mary's, York, 

by service of 4?. 
Kelkefeld. | carucate of land held of Arnold de Percy by knight's service. 
Neuhawe. 2 bovates of land held of the fee of Pajmel by knight's service. 

All the above were held of the inheritance of Isabel de Stangrewe 
late the wife of the said Simon (*who is 23 years of age and next 
heir). 

John, son of the said Simon and Isabel, aged 4 is next heir. 

Writ of certiorari to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer 
commanding them to search the roUs &c. and certify whether they 
find that Simon de PateshuU held any lands of the king in chief, as 
of the crown or otherwise, except of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, 
whereby the wardship of his lands &c. ought to pertain to the king 
by reason of the minority of his heir ; and to return the inquisition 
sent them, York, 22 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 77. (1.) 

* Jhe^ words have been obliterated, 



234 tNQUlSlTlONS. 



370. Henry son op Philip db Colbvill. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Emma, late the wife of the 
said Henry, that the manor of Lolleworth, whereof she was enfeoffed 
jointly with her husband, had been taken into the king's hand 
on his death, 14 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Cambridge. Inq. taken at Cambridge on Monday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 
24 Edw. I. 
Lolleworth. The said Emma was enfeoffed jointly with the said Henry 
of the manor with the advowson of the church, to them and their 
heirs, and remained in seisin until removed by the escheator. The 
manor is held of WUliam de Brumpton by service of 2 knights' fees, 
and the said Henry held nothing of the king in chief. 

G.Edw.I. Filell. (2.) 

371. Gilbert de Clare, earl op Gloucester and Hbbtpord, 

Writ [*14 Dec. 24 Edw. I] (missing). 
Buckingham. Inq. Friday the feast of the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Little Brichull. A messuage, 100a. arable, 14a. meadow, 4Z. assised 
rent, two customary and certain free tenants who do autumn 
works, 100a. wood, and 20s. pleas &c. held of the honour of Dovere, 
and there are due at the castle of Dover 12s. yearly, and to Nicholas 
Frembaud for a piece of wood in the park 5s. 
Gilbert his son, aged 5 at the feast of St. Mark last, is his next heir. 

Somerset. Inq. 3 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Welewe. He had nothing in the manor save only for a term of years. 

Gilbert his eldest son, aged 4 at the feast of St. George, 23 Edw. I, 
is his heir. 

Somerset. Inq. 4 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Estone. The manor (extent given), including 8d. rent called ' Churisset,' 
held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 

Wilts. Inq. Monday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 
Wexcumbe. The manor (extent given). 
Bedewynde. The town (extent given). 
Kynewardeston alias Eonewardeston. The hundred. 

AU held of the king in chief by service of rendering 32i. yearly 
at the exchequer. 
Heir as above, aged 4 and more. 

Devon. Inq. made at Wynkelegh on Wednesday after St. Vincent, 

24 Edw. I. 
Langetriwe. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, 

held of the king in chief as a member of the honour of Gloucester 

by the service (by which) he held that honour. 
Chetelhamptone. The manor (extent given) similarly held. 

And he held of the king in chief 45 knights' fees in the county 

pertaining to the said honour by the service aforesaid. 

*•-"" — ~- • — ' • ■ . ■ — 4 «i« 

♦See Calendar of Fine Bolls, Edw. I., p. 368. 



EDWARD 1. 235 



Halbertone. The hundred was in the said Gilbert's hand by reason of 
the wardship of the land and heir of William de Boys who held the 
manor of HalbertOne with the hundred of the said Gilbert in chief. 

Heir as above, aged 4 at the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross 
last. 

Southampton. Inq. Tuesday after St. Vincent, 24 Edw. I. 

Petresfelde. The town (extent given) held of the king in chief by ancient 
acquisition (conquestum) of the honour of the earldom of 
Gloucester. 

Mapeldorham. 101. 7s. lOhd. assised rent, 80a. wood, pasture, a water- 
mill, a rent of 6d. or a pair of gilt spurs, and pleas &c. of court worth 
26s. 8c?. yearly. 

Corhamtone. A capital messuage &c., 91a. arable, la. meadow, pasture, 
12a. wood, a water-mill, 8s. ll^d. rent of freemen, 41s. 8d. rent of 
customers, works, pannage, and pleas &c. of court worth 2s. 6d., 
held of Sir John de Sancto Johanne, service unknown. 

Clatford. 71. 9s. 6d. rent of customers and their works, and pleas &c. of 
court worth 12d. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 4 and more. 

Berks; hxjndked of Faircross {Belle Crucis). Inq. made at Neubury on 
Wednesday, the feast of the Innocents, 24 Edw. I. 
Spenhemelond. The hamlet with 40 free tenants rendering lOOs. yearly, 
tenure unknown. 

Heir as above, aged 4 years and 9 months. 

Berks. Inq. Friday after the Epiphany, 24 Edward I. 

Stanford. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 

of a knight's fee. 
Henneye. Two fixed views [certos visus), and the fixed view at the feast 

of St. Martin is held of the ' Marchachia fee,', service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Oxford. Ituj. 30 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 

Schipton. The manor (extent given), including a wood in the forest of 

Wychewode, held of the king in chief by service of 3 knights' fees. 
Chadelinton. The hundred held of the king in chief at fee farm for 

100s. 2d. yearly. 
Opton. The hamlet (extent given), pertaining to the manor of Bureford, 

held of the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 
Caveresham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief as 

member of ' la marchaucye.' 
Heir as above, aged 5 and more. 

[Gloucester.] Inq. made at Fayreford on Saturday the morrow of the 
Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 
Ryndecumbe. A messuage &c., 60a. arable, la meadow, and 21s. from 
fixed {certo) view of frankpledge at the feast of St. Martin and 
Hokeday, held of the king in chief by the said earl and Joan his wife, 
daughter of King Edward, jointly enfeoffed by the king, service 
unspecified. 
Hfeir as above, aged 4 years and 9 months. 



236 INQUISITIONS. 



[Glottcestee.] Inq. Thursday before the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I.' 

Campeden. A fourth part of the manor (extent given), including 
33s. Qd. rents of the borough, held jointly as above, of the king in chief 
by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as last above. 

[GLOtrcBSTEE.] Inq. made at Fayreford on Saturday the morrow of the 
Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 
Feyreford. The manor (extent given), including fixed view of frank- 
pledge at the feast of St. Martin and Hockeday, held jointly as above, 
service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glottcestee.] Inq. Sunday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Theok(esbury) alias Thokesbury. The town, including tolls of the market 
{fori), held jointly as above, service unspecified. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glottcestee.] Ivq. Wednesday before the Epiphany, 24 Edward I. 

Theok(esbury) alias Thokesbury. The manor (extent given), including a 
park of 200a., a fishery in the Severn, 41 customers de majori tenura 
and i) customers called ' Enches ' de niinori tenura, three customers in 
Hokenende, and the free hundred, with the patronage of the abbey 
of Tewkesbury, held jointly as above, service unknown ; and 
12s. rent are payable to the bishop of Worcester for the. forest of 
Malvern (?). 
Stoke Archer annexed to the above manor. A messuage, lands &c. 
(extent given). 

Heir as last aboye. 

[Glottcestee.] Inq. Tuesday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Thomeber(y). The manor (extent given), including two parks and a 
foreign wood containing together 280a., 405. of fixed view, and Ql. 6s. 
rents in the borough, held jointly as above, service unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

Glottcestee. Inq. Monday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Sobbury. The manor (extent given), including 2 parks containing 
69a., a quarter of salt receivable yearly at Wych, 2s. M. yearly at 
the feast of St. Martin for 'Netepeny,' 9i. lis. Id. assised rents 'in 
Sobbury Marcati,' and toll of the market with the fair (nundine) of the 
borough, held jointly as above, service imknown. 
Heir as last above. 

Cambetdge. Inq. {undated.) 

Bodekisham. \2l. 2s. l\\d. yearly rent of free tenants and a court for 
his tenants, held of the honour of Bokyngham, by a service which 
- cannot be discovered. 
Swafham Bolebek and Swafham Priour. 32s. %d. assised rent of free 

tenants, acquired by him, tenure and service unknown. 
La Croys Roys. 3s. 6d. rent and a court for his tenants, held of the honour 
of Gloucester, service unspecified. 

Jleif as above, aged 5 and more. 



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Hertfoed. Inq. 5 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Staundon. The manor (extent given), including a park and a foreign 

wood, held jointly as above, service unknown. 
Popeleshale. A messuage, 157a. arable, 2a. meadow, 8a. pasture, 525. rent, 
a market (forum), and a wood, pertaining to the manor of Staundon. 

Heir as above, aged 5 at Whitsunday next. 

Essex. Inq. made at Redeswelle, 10 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Claret. The manor (manerettum) (extent given) held jointly as above 

of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne by service of 

rendering 10?. yearly at the exchequer. 
Hersham. A third part of a messuage, 107a. arable, 7a. meadow, 

8a. pasture, 4a. wood, a windmill, 19s. assised rent, works of 

customers, and rents of eggs, held jointly as above of the king in 

chief, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Essex. Inq. made at Thacstede, 3 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Thackstede. The manor (extent given), including toll of the market 
{fori), 3s. ' wardepanes,' rents of 8 plough-shares worth 4s., a knife 
(cuUellus) worth I2d., and 7 barbed arrows worth 3|d., held of the king 
m chief, service unknown. The countess Joan had no seisin of this 
manor because it was held by Gilbert de Lyndeseye and Alice de la 
Marche his wife for the life of the latter, who was still living when 
Gilbert the earl gave his other lands to the king. 

Heir as last above. 

Essex. Inq. 2 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Great Berdefeld. The manor (extent given), including a park with deer, 
a market (forum) whereof the stallage worth 135. 4d!. is payable 
at the Purification, ploughing of ' gavelacre,' making of beer, rents 
of capons, a lamb, and 4 plough-shares, 2M. sheriff's aid &c., held 
jointly as abpve of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Surrey. Inq. made at Caumerewelle on Tuesday after SS. Eabian and 
Sebastian, 24 Edw. I. 
Cambrevelle. 20a. land, which feU to him as an escheat, 6d. assised rent, 
lib. cummin at Christmas, and a view of frankpledge at the feast of 
St. Michael, tenure unspecified. 

Heir as above, aged 5 years. 

Surrey. Inq. Wednesday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 

Ockham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief with other 

lands, service unknown. 
Waldyngham. 100a. pasture held of the king in chief, service unknown, 

and 32s. assised rent. 
Tichesheye. A manor (extent given), including 82a. ' douneland,' and the 
advowson of the chapel, held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
It is of the honour of Gloucester. 
Heir as last above. 

Surrey. Inq. Saturday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 

Blechyngleye. The manor (extent given), including two parks, 265, 8d. 



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from Ockstecle, 13s. id. from ploughman's land (terra que fuit bubulci), 
8s. id. from view of frankpledge of foreign tenants, 10 marks from 
Roger de Home from his manor of Effyngham, 265. 8d. from 
Herwardeleye, 8s. ' parksilver,' 65. 8d. from common fine at the day 
of view of frankpledge, and stallage and toll of the market {forum), 
held of the king in chief from time immemorial, service unknown, 
and it is of the honour of Clare. 

Tillinggedune. 300a. arable and 20a. thorns, held of the king in chief, 
service unknown. 

Chepstede. 10a. thorns, 60s. assised rents and 61. works of customers, 
31s. rent from the tenement late of Robert de Loges, and tenants 
who pay 4cqr. of com one year and 6qr. of oats another year, held of the 
king in chief, service unspecified. 

Blechingeleye. The advowson of the church. 

Chepstede. The advowson of the church. 

Heir as last above. 

Sussex. Inq. (undated.) 

Rytherefeud. The manor (extent given), including 200 pigs rent of 
customers at the feast of St. Martin, with the hundred, held of the 
king in chief and belonging to the barony of Clare ; whence the 
king receives 205. yearly through the sheriff for the aid called 
Shereveyeld. 
Eregge. A grange pertaining to the manor aforesaid, 100a. land, 
llOa. heather and fern, 8s. 9d. assised rent, and a water-mill. 
Heir as above, aged 5 at the feast of the Annunciation, 23 Edward I, 

Kent. Inq. Friday the feast of SS. Fabian and Sebastian, 24 Edw. I. 

Tonebrigge. The castle with the borough (extent given), including 
stallage and toll of the market (fori), a garden outside the castle, 
a several fishery, and pleas &c. of the court of the honour of 
Clare and of the court of Warblinton, held of the archbishop of 
Canterbury in chief by service of serving on the day of his 
enthronement according to the form of an agreement had between 
them. 
Heir as above, aged 5 years. 

Kent. Inq. made at Tonebrigge on Wednesday before St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 
Hetherede. 10a. arable, 81. 19s. assised rent, 60 great works Kke reaping 
and mowing and 26s. small works like threshing and digging, Z2d. for 
' quernegavel ' at the Purification, 7 ploughshares, herbage and a rent 
of ^Iqr. of oats, bederipes, fowls and pigs, and lib. pepper worth 
8d., a chace called Sutfrith, 20s. at the day of view of frankpledge, 
and pleas &c. worth 13s. 4d., tenure unspecified. 

Heir as last above. 

Kent. Inq. made at Tonebrigge on Saturday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 
Dachehirst. The manor (extent given), including a garden adjoining 
the castle of Tonebrigge, 90a. land in a field called HessjTigdenne, 
4s. ' quernegaveles,' 33 plough shares, 2^a. ' werchlond ' and 
2s. ' werchgaveles,' hfcid of the archbishop of Canterbury by service 
of serving him on the day of his enthronement according to the 
form of an agreement had between them, and charged with a yearly 



EDWARD I. 239 



payment of 10 marks to the prior of Tonebrigge by the hands of the 
bedel by the grant of the said Gilbert's predecessors. 

The said Gilbert received of one Peter de Bardenne as the jury 
believe for life, 20a. arable, 5a. alder grove and 4a. meadow. 
Heir as last above. 

Kent. Inq. made at Tonebrigg on Monday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 
Haulho. The manor (extent given), including great works such as mowing 
and reaping and small works such as threshing and digging, ploughing 
18a of ' beneherthe ' half in winter and half in Lent, and a forest 
called ' la Nortfrith,' held with Tonebrigge and the whole honour 
of Tonebrigge of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of placing 
the first dish (ferculum) before him on the day when he shall be set 
upon his throne (sede), and by suit at his court of Otteford twice a year. 

Heir as last above. 

Kent. Inq. Sunday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

West Pecham. The manor (extent given), including 9a. called 
' Bromred,' G^d. at Christmas for the making of beer and 
' Rostwode,' and 12c?. from Roger Neuman for hay, held of the heirs of 
John Agullun by service of Id!, yearly. 

Heir as last above. 

Kent. Inq. Thursday before St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 

Bradestede. The manor (extent given), including inferior land called 
' dounelond,' ' bederipis ' in autumn, tenants who reap 10a. in 
autumn called 'gavelerip,' and toUs of the market (for'), held 
of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of placing the first dish 
before him on the day when he has been set upon his throne. 

Heir as last above. 

Edenbridge (Pontem Eddelini). A manor (extent given), including a 
fishery, held of the abbot of Westminster by service of 2s. yearly, 
and &d. or a pair of gilt spurs. 

Kent. Inq. Saturday the morrow of the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Aldynge. The manor (extent given with details of services), including 
at Brenchesle a water-mill pertaining to the manor and lOs. stallage 
in the market (foro), and a rent of oats at Ledhok, held of the king 
in chief, service unknown, but the jury believe it to be of ancient 
acquisition (per antiquum conquestum), and it is of the honour of 
Clare. 

Heir as last above. 

Doeset. Inq. Wednesday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 

Weymothe. 14Z. assised rent, and profits of court &c. worth 40s. ; and 
the liberty of Weymothe, had by exchange from the house of 
St. Swithun, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Weymothe on Wednesday after St. Hilary, 
24 Edw. I, 



240 INQUISITIONS. 



Wyke and Porlond. The manor (extent given), held by exchange 
from the house of St. Swithun {Sancti Schusini), Wmchester, service 
unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

Dorset. Extent, the morrow of the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Pymperne. The manor (extent given), including pleas &c. of the hundred 
and court, worth 4Z. only because the prior of Brumore has as much 
for his share, held of the king in chief, of the honour of Leicester, 
service unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

Dorset. Inq. made at Cranebome on Monday after the Epiphany, 

24 Edw. I. 
Tarente Gundevile. The manor (extent given), including a little park, 

held of the king in chief ,. service unknown. 
Craneborne. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, service 

unknown. 
Tarente Russchnes. The manor (extent given), including 2a. meadow 

at Sturmiaistre, and a park containing 80a. of wood and pasture, 

held of the king in chief, of the honour of Craneborne, for 

a knight's fee, by service of rendering the scutage pertaining to 

a knight's fee. 
Chunekesdich. The hundred pertaining to the manor of Tarente, held of 

the king in chief, service imknown. 

Juliana, late the wife of Thomas de Clare, is dowered of 201a. arable, 

2a. meadow, and pasture for 12 oxen. 

Heir as last above. 

Dorset. Inq. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Stupel. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, of the honour 

of Leicester, service unspecified. 
Ruweberyce. The himdred held of the king in chief. 
Haselore. The hundred similarly held. 
Runsmore. The hundred similarly held. 
Warham. The borough alias township (extent given), including toll of 

the market and a fishery, held of the king in chief, of the honour of 

Leicester, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Worcester.] Inq. Wednesday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I. 

Hanlegh. The manor (extent given), including pasture at Blakemor, 
herbage and pannage of the forest of Malverne, 7s. 6d. yearly for 
' wodepany ' at the feast of St. Michael, and 13 potters making jars 
of clay {alias luteas) who pay 6s. 6d. yearly, held jointly with Joan 
his wife of the king in chief by the gift and enfeoffment of King 
Edward, service unlaiown. 

Heir as above, aged 4 years and 9 months. 

Worcester. Inq. Wednesday after St. Hilary, 24 Edw. I, 

Bisseley. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held jointly with Joan 
his wife of the king in chief of the gift and enfeoffment of King Edward, 
service unknown ; and the third part is held by Margery late the 



EDWARD I. 241 



wife of John de Breuse in dower of the inheritance of the heirs of the 
said Gilbert. 

Heir as last above. 

[Northampton.] Inq. Wednesday after the Circumcision, 24 Edw. I. 

Rowell alias Rothewell. The manor (extent given) held of the king in 
chief, service unknown, including a wood called Mikelewode, farms 
of the ovens of Row^eU and Overton, and of two smithies, the farm 
of the borough, toll at the fair at the feast of Holy Trinity, rent of 
Ranulph de Arderne, rent of Humphrey de Templo in Barton, rents 
of customers in Overthon, a free court every three weeks, a free 
hundred every three weeks and a view of frankpledge twice a year 
in the same hundred, a free court every three weeks and a view of 
frankpledge twice a year at Deneford, and views of frankpledge at 
Coderstok, Stanerne and Barthon, twice a year. 

Naseby. A manor (extent given) held of the earl of Lincoln in chief, 
service unspecified. 

Heir as above, aged 4 and more. 

Suffolk. Inq. 30 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Southwolde. The hamlet (extent given), including toll and stallage, 
held of the liberty of St. Edmund's, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Suffolk. Inq. Wednesday before the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Honedene. The manor (extent given), including a great park of 600a. and 
a foreign wood of 647a., held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

Suffolk. Inq. made at Subyr(y), 31 Dec. 24 Edw. I. 

Wodehalle. The manor (extent ,given), including a common called 
' Portemanecroft,' and toll of the market (fori), held of the king 
in chief, of the honour of Clare, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Suffolk. Extent, Tuesday before the Epiphany, 22 Edw. I. 

Clare. The manor (extent given), including pasture with the rampart 
of the castle, toU of the market (fori) with the fair {nundinis) and 
stallage, and pleas &c. of the great court of Clare, held of the king 
in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

Suffolk. Inq. Saturday after the Epiphany, 24 Edw. I. 

Heresham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, service 

unknown. 
Haverell. The manor of the castle (extent given) similarly held. 

Heir as last above. 

, Wytheresfeld alias Withyeresfeld, The manor (extent given), held in his 
hand as chief lord of that fee after the death of Roger Loveday. 

Suffolk. Inq. 4 Jan. 24 Edw. I. 

Deseningg. The manor (extent given), including 3a. Ir. marsh, 10s. 6d. 
yearly from reeds and rushes in the preserve {de rosco el cirpis in vivario) 



242 INQUISITIONS. 



of Caveham, a warren {cunicvlar'), and 4 mills, held of the king in 
chief /service unknown ; 43|a. arable held of the heirs of Lady Iseult 
Maskerel by service of 18d. yearly ; and a messuage and 89|a. land 
held of the almoner of St. Edmund's. 

St. Edmund's. A garden and 12a. meadow, with the site of the friars 
minors, held of the sacristan of St. Edmund's by service of 
27s. 8d. yearly ; and the brethren of the hospital of St. Saviour, 
St. Edmund's, have a third part of the hay of the said meadow. 

[Deseningg.] 63a. land held of Alexander le Beveler (?) ; a messuage, 
60|o. land and \\a. meadow, held of John le Beveler (?) ; 39|o. land 
held of Robert Passelewe and Rose {Roys') his wife ; 12a. Ir. land 
held of Edmund de Barwell ; 15a. Ir. land held of the master of the 
hospital of St. John, Batisford {magister de Batisford hospit' Sancti 
Johannis), by service of 2s. yearly ; 55a. land held of Sir John de 
Geddingg ; 19|a. land held of the abbot of St. Osith's by service of 
nd. yearly; 4^a. land held of Henry le Beveler (?) ; 6|o. land 
held of Robert Kampioun ; 13a. land held of John de HaJsted ; 
10|a. land held of ' PeUe ' de Honeden ; 4a. Ir. land held of Gilbert 
le Warner by service of a clove gillyflower ; 3a. 3Jr. land held of 
Godwin the merchant (mercator) ; 3r. land held of Robert de Aignous ; 
4a. land held of Robert le Conewer and Margaret his sister ; 24a. land 
held of Agnes Mody ; 6a. land held of Richard de Aylward and Alesia 
his wife ; 2\a. land held of John de Riseby ; and 4?. 8s. 8|ti. yearly 
assised rents. 

MUdenhal. A messuage, 8a. land and 12a. pasture, held of Robert de 
Sancto Ivone ; and 12s. 5d. yearly assised rents. 

Tudenham. 6s. 9rf. yearly assised rents. 



naennam. os. aa. yeariy assisea rents. 
Heir a,s above, aged 4J years and more. 



NoEroLK. Inq. the day of the Circumcision, 24 Edw. I. {partly defaced.) 
Little WaJsingham. A capital messuage, 187a. Zr. arable, 
8jo. Ir. meadow, pasture, heath, 2 water-mills, a market, a fair, 
a smithy {fabrica), the Uberty of two folds, 123s. 3d. assised rents, 
20d. rent from Suthm ill e, 5s. from Norwich, and lOs. from 
Castelacre, 70s. rent from the land late of Bartholomew le Pouer 
now in the lord's hand in wardship, 6s. 8d. from the land late of 
Edith the goldsmith {AurifaV), Qs. 8d. from the land of Grimeston, 
customary works, customs called ' hirdelpeny,' ' lingpeny,' ' wode- 
peny,' ' wedeledepeny ' and ' busage,' head money {capitalihus 
denariis), rents of 2 capons, 84 hens and 318 eggs, pleas, perquisites 
and view of frankpledge. 
Great WaJsingham. 94a. 3r. arable, 6a. Ijr. meadow, a several pasture, 
heath called ' Westling ' a windmill and a water-mill, the liberty 
of a fold, 121s. \d. assised rents, 2lb. cummin, 100 nails {davorum 
stecorum) worth 2d., 26s. lOrf. rent from the land late of John de 
Greston and now in the lord's hand in wardship, rent of 2lqr. 2bii8. 
of oats, works, customs called ' hirdelpeny ' and ' busag,' and rents 
of a capon, 42 hens and 200 eggs. 
Welles. A capital messuage, 203a. arable, a salt marsh, toU of ships in 
the port, 71. 6s. 4d. assised rents, 46s. M. assised rents of 
Hakebeche and Colwyle in Welles and Warham and 5d. increment, 
rent of- a plough share, works, homage &c. of Hakebeche and 



EDWARD i. 243 



Colwyle, rents of hens, and pleas and perquisites with a view of 

frankpledge. 
Warham. Meadows called Huk, Bark, and Nal, pasture called Liughil, 

91. 10s. 4jd. assised rents, rent of 2 ploughs, works, and rents of 

2 capons and 34 hens, &c. 
Brecham. A capital messuage, 165a. arable, a . . ., " a windmill, 

42s. lOld. assised rent of free tenants, 13s. ll^d. rent of villeins, 

works, rent of 6 capons and 24 hens, and pleas &c. of court. 
Crimplesham. A capital messuage, 50a. arable, 5a. meadow, a several 

pasture, 41s. lOd. assised rents, lib. pepper, a pair of gloves, a pair 

of spurs, works, hens and eggs, and pleas and perquisites with the 

foreign court of St. Winewal. 
Bintre. Pleas &c. of the foreign court, worth 40s. yearly. 
Shameton. A leet and view of frankpledge, worth 50s. 

AU held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 6 and more. 

[Monmouth.] Extent, 23 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Hedelegan. 11. 3s. 4d. yearly rents of free tenants, 119s. lOd. rents of 
free men every alternate year at Hokeday, and 20s. pleas &c., held 
jointly with Joan his wife of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as above, aged 4 and more. 

[Glamorgan.] Extent made at Caru, 21 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Ruthin. 8s. ^d. rents of free tenants, 13s. id. pleas &c. and 4s. rent of 

the kitchen {coquine). 
Glinogor alias Glenegor. 20s. pleas &c. only. 

All held jointly as above, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glamorgan.] Extent made at St. Fagans, 21 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Meskin. Arable called ' Bordlond ' worth 50s. yearly, meadow and pasture 

worth 20s. yearly, a fishery, 151. assised rents, a miU and pleas &c. 

worth 6Z. yearly, held jointly as above, service unknown. 
Glinredney. 118s. rent, and 40s. perquisites of court. 

Heir as last above. 

Glamorgan. Inq. made at Kaerdif on Wednesday after the Conversion of 
St. Paul, 24 Edw. I. 
Glamorgan. The county, viz., — 8s. G^d. rents, the wardship (?) (warda) 
of the knights' fees of Glamorgan worth 121. 5s. yearly, and pleas and 
perquisites of the county worth 251., held jointly as above, service 
unknown. 
Heir as last above. 

[Glamorgan.] Extent of Treyg' (undated). 

Treyg', viz. — 3 carucates of arable land, 23a. meadow, pasture, a mill, 
13s. 4d. perquisites of court, 33s.' yearly rents of free tenants and 
42s. lOd. every third year at the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, and 
26s. 5d. rents of bondmen, held jointly as above, service unspecified. 

Heir as last above. 



244 INQUISITIONS. 



[GLAMOBOAifr.] Extent of Seghuuit (undated). 

Merthur manor. 16a. arable, 24a. meadow, a mUl, 46*. Sd. from the miU 

of Kyltigayr, and 7s. rent of the town. 
Lanvedue manor. 20a. arable and a mill. 
Seghnnit. 24Z. rents of freemen and 20s. rents of bondmen. 
Merthyr, Kyltigayr and Rethery. The chm-ches are of the lord's 

donation. 
Eglyshenan. The church is of the bishop's donation. 

AU held jointly as above. 

Heir as last above. 

The jury having no seal, four of them, before 

Sir Ralph de Badelismere and Sir Robert . . . constable of 
KerphiUi. 

[Glamoegan.] Extent, 7 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Kenefec. A burnt castle, 121a. Ir. arable, 24a. meadow, 13s. rent of the 
borough, 53s. 9d. rent of free foreign tenants, 2s. 5d. castleguard, 
5s. prise of ale, 2s. toll of the borough and fair, and 10s. pleas &c. of 
couit, held jointly as above of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glamoegaij.] Extent made at Morgan, 8 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Tyriartlh alias Tyryartlh. A castle burnt in the war, 4i. 19s. 3^. yearly 
assised rent, 40s. rent of the mill, 22s. Zd. rent of the kitchen, 
and 40s. pleas &c. of court, held jointly as above by the king's 
enfeoffment, service imknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glamoeqan.] Exteni, 22 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

KaerfiUy. A castle good and well provisioned, with a preserve (vivaria), 
80a. arable, 16a. meadow, 80 burnt burgages, which used to render 
40s. yearly before the war, 2 mills which used to be worth 16 marks 
yearly before the war, but are now worth nothing because the country 
is devastated, and pleas &c. formerly worth 40s., now worth nothing, 
held jointly as above, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Monmouth.] Extent, 22 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Megheu. 48a. arable, 2|a. meadow, a wood, 2 mills, 61. assised rents 
of freemen, 10s. rents of customers, 5s. rents of freemen at the kitchen, 
a pig from each of the customers when there is pannage, pleas &c. 
wortii 10s., and a vaccary at Loghmelin, held jointly as above, service 
unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[MoNMOtTTH.] Extent, Friday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 24 Edw. I. 
Kaerlyoim. A castle, 2 carucates of land, 50a. meadow, 2 mills, 102s. rent 
of the borough and of cottars, 10s. rent of free foreign tenants, 40s. 
prise of ale in the borough, 5s. toU of the market and fair, and a fishery 
and weir, held of the king in chief, service unknown, and charged with 
lOi. 7s. 4d. yearly to the abbot of Neth. 



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Lebenet. 2 carucates of arable land, 40o. meadow, 81. 5s. rents of free 
tenants, and 61. 5s. rents and services of customers of Lebenet and 
Leswyry, held of the king in chief, service imknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glamoegan.J Extent, 12 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Neth. A good castle, 42^. arable, 13a. land at Lassarte, 22a. meadow, 
13a. pasture, lOSs. ll^d. yearly rents of the borough of Neth and of 
cottars, 36s. Bd. rent of free tenants, 5s. from the land of Stephen de 
Capeycore, 66s. 5ftZ. rent of Welsh customers, prise of ale, toU of 
the borough and fair, 40s. from the mill of Credan, 6s. 8d. from the 
weir of Pelthi Pant, lis. Sd. from honey and hawks, and 20s. 
pleas &c. of court, held jointly as above by the enfeoffment of King 
Edward, and charged with 114s. i^d. yearly to the abbot of Neth. 

The granges of Croynaunt, Blayth TuUeys, Aber Pergn', Hirrole, Polthy 
Wemeu, New Grange and Rosholin, are destroyed by war together 
with 160 burgages. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glamorgan.] Extent made at Coubrigg, 5 Feb. 24 Edw. I. 

Landblethian. 98^a. and 247a. Ir. arable, certain parcels of land, two 
mills, 38|a. meadow, another meadow, 14|a. pasture, another pasture, 
herbage and a bed of reeds in the preserve, 15s. 6|d. rents of 
freemen, 200s. rents and services of customers, and rents &c. of free 
and bond cottars, the service of a carpenter to make a plough, and of 
a smith to repair five pairs of plough irons, and pleas &c. ; charged with 
231. 6s. lid. yearly to the abbot of Neth for the land of Neth, by 
the earl's charter. 

Coubrigg. 111. 12s. lOd. rent of the borough, 16s. 10|d. rent of foreign 
land pertaining to the borough, il. prise of ale, 33s. 45. toll of the market 
and fair-, and pleas &c. of court; charged with 14?. 12s. T^d. 
yearly to the abbot of Neth, by the earl's enfeoffment. 
All held jointly as above, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glamorgan.] Extent, Friday the morrow of the Purification, 24 Edw. I. 

Kaerdif. The borough (extent given), including a castle, a fishery in the 
river Taf , and toll of the borough and of a fair, held jointly as above, 
service unknown ; whereof the abbot of Neth receives 201. 3s. yearly 
by the earl's enfeoffment. 

Roth' (extent given), including a fishery and weirs in the sea, and sea 
guard (luarda per mare), similarly held. 

Whitchurch {Album Monasterium) (extent given), including 14a. meadow 
at Rempny, and a mill which used to render 14s. 4d. but is now 
burnt down, held jointly as above, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Monmouth.] Extent, 24 Edw. I. 

TryUeck. The manor (extent given), including 102 burgages now lying 
vacant by fire in the war, toU of the market and fair, a smithy, 
the miU of Gryll, pleas &o. of the hundred, rents of free tenants and 
customers at Gryll, PenuaJh., Wytebrok and Wyspol, the mill of 



246 INQUISITIONS. 



Landinessen, pannage of the forest and park (parci), a fishery on the 

Wye (Weyam) of 2 pools (pull), and the preserve (vivar') of Gryll. 
Troye and Cuncarvan. The manor (extent given), including pasture on 

Lambdesmor. 
Mitcheltroy {Parva Troye). | (knight's) fee held by Geoffrey Martel, and 

J Welsh (knight's) fee held by Joan de Knovile. 
Troye. The advowson of the chm-ch. 

AH held of the king in ohief^ service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Glamobgan.] Extent, Thursday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 
24 Edw. I. 
Laniltut alias Lan Htut. The manor (extent given), including 239a. land 
for which the baihff answers nothing on account of the war, 14a. 
meadow at Coytlou and WHdemore, 14a. |r. meadow at Lathamesmor 
and Whytemor, toll of the market and fair, a dovecot at 
Bovyareston, a smith who holds 18a. by service of makiag and 
repairing 5 pairs of plough irons (ferrorum caruc') of the earl's own 
iron, held jointly of the king in chief as above, service unknown ; 
whereof the abbot of Neth receives 221. 18s. 4:\d. yearly in exchange 
for the lands of Kenlys. 
Heir as last above. 

[Glamoegajst.] Extent, made by a jury of freeholders and customers on 
Friday the morrow of the Purification, 24 Edw. I. 
Talevan. The barony (extent given), including five free tenants as yet 
against the peace of the king and the countess, a turf moor, 
the four forests of Kaergriff, the New Forest, the Old Forest and 
Little Haywode, in which there is a nest of sparrow-hawks, a park 
at Talevan, and a Welsh court ; and each customer amongst other 
works, has to carry a load of ' busch ' yearly. 
La Thawe. The advowson of the church pertains to the countess. 

The abbot of Neith receives yearly 11. 17s. Id. from the above 
and more if it can be levied. 
Lanhari (extent given), with the advowson of the chm:ch, including 
9 free tenants as yet against the peace of the king and countess. 
All held jointly as above, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Monmouth.] Extent, Thursday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 24 Edw. I. 

Extent of the bailiwick of Usk, viz. — 

Usk. The borough (extent given), including 180 burgages void and 
burnt by war, toU of the market and fair, pleas &c. of the 
hundred and court of the forest, mills, the fishery of Usk, the (ferry) 
boat {batV) of Brethelly, 30a. pasture of new enclosure in the wood 
of Brees, a null above the grange, the mills of Warthecomb, Brya- 
velestone and Wamvaur, pannage of the wood of Weolok, Coitkoner 
and Petiblenny, and rents &c. of the customers of Tysset. 

Knights' fees : — 
Kagelan. 1 fee held by Ralph Bluet. 
Penclaud. 1 fee held by William Scurlag. 



EDWARD I. 247: 



Wlvesneuton. | fee held by Simon le Butiler and Roger de la Garston ; 

and J fee held by Ralph Lupus. 
Lancanok. J fee held by John Martel. 
Mathenny. J fee held by Gilbert de Knovile ; and I fee held by Bevis 

{Bogo) de Knovile. 
Warnesty. | fee held by Richard Cotele. 
Lampadoc, ArthibUe and Brendyhirok. 1 fee held by John ap Reynulf 

ap Adam. 
Tostray. J fee held by Philip Maresc'. 
Hudelhale. J fee held by Michael son of the mason {cementarii). 

Welsh fees from which there is no wardship (?) (warda) or marriage : — 
Gilgurrok. J fee held by Phihp le Latimer. 
Tre Rathlan in Brenymenyn. Two parts of 1 fee held by Jerverd Vaghan 

and his parceners ; and two parts of 1 fee held by Jevan ap Meurio 

and his parceners. 
Tregeryauk and Lanveyr. Two parts of 1 fee held by Jerverd ap 

Nicholas and his parceners. 
Penclaud and Wytebrok. I fee held by the heirs of Jevan ap Walter 

and their parceners. 
BretheUy. J fee held by Gri£f(ith) ap Meurio ap Adam arid his 

parceners. 
Lanhirghy. I fee held by Griff(ith) ap Jevan ap Knilthin and his- 

parceners. 
Coitgarth. J fee held by the abbot of Tynterne. 
BrendyhjTTok. 60a. land held by Jevan ap Lewelin by serjeanty. 
(Unspecified.) 60a. held by the heirs of WiUiam Hurdmon by serjeanty ; 

60a. held by David ap Philip and his parceners by the same service ; 

60a. held by the heirs of Griffith ap Urban by the same service ; and 

60a. held by the heirs of Griffith ap Cadogan by the same service. 
Warthecomb. 15a. held by Griffith the bedel by serjeanty. 
GulfengjTi. J fee held by Jerverd ap Beneyt. 
Pethlenny. 200a. land held by the heirs of Adam Stiward. 
Wernhir. 200a. land which the heirs of Grono ap Walter held are in the 

earl's hand, by the purchase of Sir Bevis (Bogonis) de Glare. 
Landyssoy. The advowson of the church pertains to the earl. 
Lantrissen on Usk with the lands which were of Sir William de Wauton 

there (extent given). 
Lancomb (extent given). 

Memorandum that John de Lancomb and his ancestors used to 
render 10s. (?) yearly to the earl and suit at the court of Usk as did 
other free tenants of this hamlet and- they held by serjeanty. 
All the above are held of the king in chief, service unknown. 

Heir as last above. 

[Monmouth.] Extent made on Wednesday, the feast of the Conversion of 
St. Paul, 24 Edw. I. 
Wentlok alias Wentlouk. The county (extent given), including : — 
Newport {villa de Novo Burgo). The town (extent given), including 
190 burgages lying waste, destroyed by the war, and pleas &c. of the 
hiindfed. 
Stowe. Lands, rents &c. (extent given). 



248 mQmsiTioNS. 



Diueleys. Lands, rents &c. (extent given), including a little preserve. 
Rempny. L^ids, rents &c. (extent given), includiDg a pasture called 

le Warth. 
Cogan. Lands, rents &c. (extent given), including a ' wartha ' called 

' Anneyswarth.' 
Meresfeld. The advowson of the church pertains to the county. 

Knights' fees : — 
Basselek. 1 fee held by WiUiam de Berkrol. 
Ebboth. 1 fee held by the heirs of Patrick de Cadurcis. 
Cotkneu. | fee held by the heirs of Rees ap Mereduth. 
St. Brides (Sancta Brigida). | fee held by the heirs of John 

de la More. 
St. Mellons {Sancto Mdano). \ fee held by Hugh de Bereford. 
DeSren Ebbot edias Ebboth. 40s. rent, a watemull and a fishery. 

AU held joi&tly as abovesaid by the king's enfeoffment, and 

described as devastated or depreciated by war. 

Schedide of knights' fees of the earl of Gloucester in the baiUwick of the 
honour of Gloucester {undated). 
[Oxford.] Walecote. \ fee held by . . . de Walcote. 

Swynebrok. f fee held by the heir of Greoffrey de Cruce ; and \ fee 
held by the heir of Alan de GaweU. 
[Oxford ?] Thad. J fee held by the heir of Baldwin de Insula. 
[Oxford.] Middelton. J fee held by the heir of Master Robert de Ferrerby ; 

" and I fee held by the heir of Thomas Thoy. 
[Berks.] Cnebiur. . . ^ fee held by the heir of i^drew de Beche of the fee 
of the Marshal. 
Benham. \ fee held by the heir of Robert Harleterre of the same fee. 
Wyttenham. Two parts of 1 fee held by the heir of Hugh de Samford 

of the same fee. 
Hanneya. 1 fee held by the heir of William de Ripar(iis) of the same 
fee ; and 2 fees held by the heir of the earl of Oxford, which Giles 
de Stoke held of the honour of Gloucester. 
[Oxford.] Fynemere. 1 fee held by the heir of Robert de Fynemere. 

Heyford and Geyteshamton. l| fee held by the heir of WiUiam 

de Campo Arnulfo. 
Bureford. | fee held by Geoffrey de Fanecourt. 
[Glotjcbster.] Dyclesdon and Aldnnton. 2\ fees held by the heir of 
William de Dyclesdon. 
Kenemerton, Aston and Botynton. 1 fee held by the heir of Gerard 

Talebot. 
Kenemerton and Botynton. 1 fee held by the heir of John de 
Mussegros. 
[Worcester.] Eldresfeld. 1 fee held by the heir of Nicholas de Berkelegh. 
[Glotjcester.] Oxindon and Aston. | fee held by the heir of John de la 
Haye. 
Walton. 1| fee held by the heir of Wilham de Kerdyf. 
Bechesworth. ^ fee held by the heir of Wilham CJrupet ; and 1 fee 
held by the same of the earl's gift. 
SoJMEERSET. Chftdon. 1 fee held by the heir of Matthew de Qytdon, 
[Somerset.] Alcomb (sic) and Wyndred. 1 fee held by the heir of Wilham 
Arthur. 



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Somerset. Clopton in Byssupworth. 1 fee held by the same. 
Somerset and Gloucester. Bacwell and Claverham co. Somerset and 
Schenyndon (and) Alfrinton co. Gloucester. 14 fees held by the 
heir of William le Soor. 
Somerset. Saltford, Tyverton, Wjmfred, Bacwell and Stoke Wyteng. 
7| fees held by the heir of Joice de Bans. 
Benemunstre Arltham (?). 1 fee held by the heir of Maurice de 
Berkele. 
[Somerset.] Brystelton. | fee held by the heir of John de la Ware. 

Saltford, Wynfred and Stok. 3| fees held by the heir of David Basset. 
Truwell. | fee held by the master of the hospital of St. John, Bristol. 
ThurweU. J fee held by the abbot of Flexle ; and -^ fee held by the 

heir of John Bretach. 
Bychenestok. Jg fee held by the heir of Robert de Wattodon. 
Stocwod. -j^ fee held by the heir of John Hus'. 

Newente Pupplowe. IJ fee held by the heir of John de Sancto Laudo. 
Stokwod. I fee held by the abbot of Keynesham. 
Ferlegh, PegeUng and Welewe. 2 fees held by the heir of Henry de 
Monte forti. 
Somerset and Gloxtcester. Baddestok [and] Eston co. Somerset and Clifton 

CO. Gloucester. 3 fees held by the heir of Ignatius de Clyfton. 
Somerset. Lydeford. 2 fees held by the heir of John de BonevUe. 

Perinton, Balinton {rectius Babinton), Herpetre, Barewe and Englescomb. 
5| fees held of the heir of Robert de Gurnay. 
[Somerset.] Meryet. 1 fee held by the heir of Nicholas Meryet. 

Bagerugg. -^^ fee held by the heir of Gilbert de Bagerugg. 
Glotjcester. Mangodesfeld. | fee held by the heir of Hugh de Vivon(ia). 

Upton. J fee held by the heir of WiUiam Marmyoun. 
Somerset. Northovere. | fee held by the master of the hospital of Brug- 
watyer in frank almoin. 
Northovere by Yvelcestre. J fee held by the heir of Gilbert de 
Homfravile. 
Wilts. Khuc. | fee held by the heir of William de Sancto Martino ; J fee 
held by the heir of John de Okeling ; and \ fee held by the heir of 
Walter de Scoteny. 
Ordeston. 1 fee held by the heir of the same W(alter). 
Midles.ton. 1 fee held by the heir of Maud de Cantilupo. 
Winterborne Daimtesy. | fee held by the heir of Richard de Auntesy. 
[ .] Eston. 1 fee held by the heir of Ralph Calvet ; and 1 fee 

held by the heir of Simon de Eston. 
[Somerset.] Stony Eston. 1 fee held by the heir of Richard de GrenvyUe. 
Somerset. Tykenham. ^ fee held by the heir of Richard de H. . . .of 

the fee of the Marshal. 
[Gloucester, &c.] Ry[ndecombe and Her]dewyke [co. Glouc] Tettesthorn 
CO. Hereford and . . . co. . . . Ridmarlegh, Chetton (?), Ghider 
Hanle, Dodenham, Queredham, Ky . . . wyk and Ha . . . 
CO. Worcester. 1| fee held by the heirs of William de la Mare. 
Dodynton [co. Gloucester, WormehaU] co. Buckingham, Hernebm-gh co. 
Somerset and Lytelyngton co. Wilts. 6 fees held by the heirs of 
Thomas de Dodynton. 
Donington co. Gloucester (1 ) and Draycot [co. Wilts]. 2 fees held by the 
heir of Henry de Berkelegh (?). 



260 INQUISITIONS. 



Glottcester. Wolford, Dudemerton and Estlech. 1 fee held by the heir 

of WiUiam le Chamberlein. 
Gloucester, &c. Toketoni co. Gloucester, Sutton co. Dorset, and Swell 

CO. Gloucester. 8 J fees held by the heir of Nicholas de Poinz. 
GiiOXJCESTBR. Hampton Meysy. | fee held by the heir of Robert de Meysi. 
Wilts. Octon. | fee held by the same. 
Merston. ^ fee held by the same. 
Octon. 1 fee held by the same, which the heir of WiUiam de Tandefeld 

holds. 
Little Okebum without Marleberwe. 1 fee held by the same, which 
the heir of Robert de Meysy holds. 
[Wilts and Southampton.] Octon and Suthampton. 1 fee held by the 

same, which G. de Laverton holds. 
[Southampton.] Penyton without Andevere. | fee held by the same, 

which the heir of R. de Meysy holds. 
[Surrey.] Werplesdon without Guldeford. 1 fee held by the same, which 
the heir of G. de Bagevill holds. 
Burham. 1 fee held by the same, which the heir of W. Bluet 

holds. 
Losle without Guldeford. 1 fee held by the same, which the heir 
of Hugh de Dol (1) holds. 
Wales [Glamorgan]. Martelmaur. | fee held by the same. 
Gloucester. Marsfeld. | fee held by the heir of Anselm de Rochesford (?). 

Sobbur'. 1 fee held by the heir of Wilham le Gras. 
Gloucester and Somerset. 3| fees in co. Gloucester and in Beketon, co. 

Somerset, held by the heir of Robert de Gomay. 
Gloucester and Wilts. Stanford co. Gloucester and Cemecote co. Wilts. 
3 fees held by the same Robert and the heir of WiUiam son of John. 
Southampton \rectius Wilts]. Staunton, Wylton, Ygepyn and Ferle. 4 fees 

held by the heir of WiUiam de Sancto Quintino. 
[Gloucester.] Tydrynton. 1 fee held by the heir of Roger Corbet. 
Devon. Langetre. 1 fee held by tenants there, whereof \ fee [is in] Adhescot 
and Lamford. 
Lyu and HalyweU. l\ fee held by the heir of Nicholas de BoneviU. 
Clofely. 1 fee held by the heir of Walter Giffard. 
Sambecomb. Two parts of 1 fee held by the abbot of DonkeweU. 
Bertlescomb with its members. 10 fees held by the heir of Roger de 

aavUle. 
Womberlegh with its members. 16 fees held by the heir of Ralph de 

Wylyton. 
Dynnesber' and WoKordesworthy. 1 fee held by the heir of WiUiam de 

Hamptford. 
Calwodelegh with its members. \ fee held by the heir of MUes (Milys) 

de Calwodeg'. 
Yduslegh with aU its members. 4 fees held by the heir of Roger de 
Regni. 
Devon, &c. Bydefford co. Devon, Aston with its members, and Kylhamptcn 

CO. ComwaU. 4J fees held by the heir of Richard de GreynvyU. 
Devon. WjTikelegh. | fee held by the heir of Henry de Gorham. 

Lappeford with its members. 5 fees held by the heir of Gilbert de 

UmfravUe. 
Byrch with its members. 1 fee held by the heir of Henry de Chambernoun, 



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Abbreton with its metnbers. 1 fee held by the heir of William de Bosco. 
Chytelhmton. 1 fee held by the heir of Peter son of Matthew. 
Wobrenford. 1 fee held by the heir of Theobald de Anglevylle. 
Clyst and Canonte3Tig. 1 fee held by the heir of Henry de Pomeray. 
Wynkelegh. 1 fee held by the heir of Henry Traci. 
Olecomb. | fee held by the heir of Wermer (Wermery) de Poremere. 
Southmolton. 1 fee held by the heir of Nicholas son of Martyn. 
Chitelhmton. 1 fee in the manor held in demesne. 

Cornwall. Stratton. The hundred, viz. about 16 fees, used to be held of 
the earl of Gloucester in ancient times, but the earls of Cornwall have 
usurped them all to themselves, as is said. 

Memorandum. There are many divers free tenants as well by knight's 
service as by serjeanty and socage in the boroughs, towns, and 
demesne manors of the earl of Gloucester, who are not enumerated 
here and could not easily be enumerated. 

C.Edw.I. File 17. (3.) 

372. Hugh de Babynton alias de Babingtoit. 

Writ on the death of the said Hugh, who held of the archbishopric of 

York, now void and in the king's hand, 12 June, 24 Edw. I. 

York. Inq. Tuesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 24 Edw. I. 

Burgley. The manor (extent given), including a culture called Joan- 

ryddyng, held of the archbishop of York in chief for | knight's fee. 

Richard his son, aged 28, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. Filell. (4.) 

373. Katharine Paynel. 

Writ, 4 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. Wednesday after St. Katharine, 25 Edw. I. commencing. 

Chelleworth. 20a. arable, 8a. meadow, 18s. assised rent, works of 

2 customers, church-scot {cherceto), and pasture. 
Stapele. An eighth part of the hundred. 

All held of the king in chief by the serjeanty of finding a horseman 
armed in the king's army in Wales at her own charges for five days. 

Purynton. A capital messuage &c., 64a. arable, 10a. meadow, 41s. assised 
rent, works of 4 customers, pasture, and pleas &c., held of Robert 
de Keynes by service of rendering 2s. yearly at the feasts of St. Andrew 
and St. Peter ad Vincula. 

Philip Paynel, her son, aged 25 and more, is her next heir. 

Dorset. Inq. Thursday the eve of St. Edmund archbishop of Canterbury, 
24 Edw. I. 
Ramesham. The manor (extent given), held for a knight's fee of Thomas 
de Gardino, who is mesne between her and the king, by service of 
rendering 10s. yearly to the said Thomas, on the feast of St. Aldelm 
yearly, of the honour of Dover. 

Heir-as above, aged 25 years. 

G. Edw. I. File 77. (5.) 



252 INQUISITIONS. 



374. ROGEB, BISHOP OF COVJENTEY AST) LiCHFIBLD. 

Writ of 'plenius certiorari on the representation of Roger de Monte Alto, 
who has gone to Gascony in the king's service, tlmt a moiety of the 
manor of Tackele, held of him by William le Poure, deceased, by 
knight's service, who demised the same for life to Roger bishop of 
Coventry and Lichfield, had been taken into the king's hand on the 
death of the said bishop, 20 April, 24 Edw. I. 

Oxford. Inq. made at Oxford, 23 Jmie, 24 Edward I. 

Tackeley. WiUiam le Poure demised a moiety of the manor (extent 
given), to the said bishop for life only, date of demise imknown, with 
reversion to him and his heirs. He held that moiety by service of 
I knight's fee of Roger de Monte Alto, to whom pertains the wardship 
by reason of the minority of Walter son and heir of the said William, 
who was 19 years of age at Easter last. 

C.Edw.I. File 77. (6.) 

375. RoBEET DE Plitkbvill alias de BlokevHiL, de Plokevill, 

Writ, 26 Oct. 24 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. Tuesday after SS. Fabian and Sebastian, 25 Edw. I. 

Thuxleby. A capital messuage &c. a bovate of land containing 13a., 
13d. yearly rent from one Thomas de BlokeviU, and a fishery in the 
river Wythme, held of Sir PhiHp de Chaimcy, of the barony of 
Swynehoppe, by foreign service. 

William, his son aged 4, is his next heir. 

Writ of certiorari because no mention was made in the previous inquisition 
whether the said Robert held anything of the Wing in chief or not, 
12 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Lincoln on Tuesday before SS. Perpetua and 
Fehcitas, 25 Edw. I. 
Thurleby. A messuage &c., as above, held as above. 
He held nothing of the king in chief. 

Heir as above, aged 4 at the feast of the Purification last. 

C.Edw.I. FiUn. (7.) 

376. Ueian de Sancto Pbteo. 

Writ to the escheator in co. Chester, 15 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. Sunday after St. Andrew, 25 Edw. I. 

Malpas (de Malo Passu). A fourth part of the barony held of the king 

in chief, by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Idonea 

sometime his wife, by service of IJ knight's fee. 
Schipbrok. A sixth part of the barony held of the king in chief by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Nantwich {de Wico Malb'.) An eighteenth part of the barony held of the 

king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 
Chester county. A moiety of the serjeanty of the peace within the 

county, held by the courtesy of England, as above, o£ the king in chief 

by service of finding ten Serjeants to keep the peace in the said county. 



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Anderton. The manor held of the king in chief in free socage by service 

of lib. pepper yearly. 
Torperleg and Kelsale. A passagium at the time of Chester fair, held 

of the king in chief. 
Pecforton. The manor held of the heirs of Bonbury in free socage by 

service of 2s. yearly. 
Rideleg. A carucate of land held of the prior of the Hospital of St. John 

of Jerusalem in England in free socage by service of 12d. yearly. 
Spurstou and Halghton. A carucate of land held of Roger de Spurstou 

and his parceners, lords of these towns, in free socage by service of a 

rose yearly. 
Rydeleg, Spurstou and Halghton. A twelfth part of the lordship of these 

towns held of Hova son of Eyngnon in free socage by service of 

Id. yearly. 
Fadileg. 7a. land held of Henry del Boure in free socage by service of a 

rose yearly. 
Cherleton. A third part held of Robert de Praers in free socage by 
*" service of W. yearly. 
Nantwich. Two saltpits (salinas) held of the same by service of 12d. 

yearly. 
Horseleg. A miU and a half held of Roger de Wolaston and David son 

of Richard de Bonbury in free socage by service of 18d. yearly. 
Malpas. Two burgages and two saltpits in Fulwich (Fulioico), held of 

Richard de Sutton in free socage by service of 2ld. and a pair of 

gloves. 

Out of the above Margaret, late the wife of the said Urian, is 

dowered by the king's command of the aforesaid portion of Schip- 

brok, the eighteenth part of the barony of Nantwich, and the third 

part of Cherleton. 

Urian, son of John de Sancto Petro (who was) son of the aforesaid 
Urian and heir of the said Idonea, aged 17 at the feast of St. Dunstan 
last, is his next heir. 

Writ to the same escheator expressing surprise that the former writ had 
not been returned with the inquisition, and commanding him to 
send it into the Chancery without delay, 16 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 

G.Edw.I. File 77. (8.) 



377. William de Umfeamvill alias de Wmpravil. 

Writ, 9 July, 24 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Branketre, 26 Nov. 25 Edw. I. 

Stebbingge. A messuage, 116a. arable, 6a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 12a. 
wood, an eighth part of a watermill, 47s. 8d. assised rent, 
customary works and capons, held of the heirs of Robert de 
Perr(ariis), sometime earl of Derby, service unknown ; 10a. land 
held of William Giffard by service of rendering 2s. 9d. yearly; 
4a. land held of Henry le Porter by service of rendering 2s. l^d. 
yearly ; 3a. land held of John le Hauekere by service of rendering 



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12d. yearly ; and 2a. land held of Henry Botulf by service of 6^. 
yearly. 
Ingram de Wmfravil, aged 60 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. Filen. (9.) 

378. Wtt.t.tam de Valencsia, eael of Pembroke. 

Writ {missing). 
[Gloucester.] Inq. Sunday the feast of {jn-ox' in festo) St. Botulph, 

24 Edw. I. 

Aure. Half a messuage and garden, rents, fisheries, tolls, pleas &c. of 
the hundred and hahnote &c. (extent given), held of the inheritance 
of Joan his wife, of the Tring in chief, service unspecified. 

{NoEFOLK.] Ivq. Saturday the eve of St. John the Baptist, 24 Edw. I. 

(defaced.) 
Saxthorp and Styvekeie. The manors (extent given) held of the king 

in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Westlechesham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 

service of \ knight's fee. 
Possewik. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Filebi. The manor (extent given) held of the kin g in chief of service 

of \ knight's fee. 
aged 27 (1), is his next heir. 

See No. 362. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 5. (1.) 

379. Laurence Picot of Radeclive upon Sore. 

Writ, 15 Nov. 24 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. made at Bonigton on Wednesday after St. Hilary, 

25 Edw. I. B J y, 

Radechve. A messuage and a virgate of land, excepting 2a., held of 
Peter Pycot for homage and service of lib. pepper, and they are 
commuted at the king's exchequer at 5s. yearly, because they were 
of serjeanty. 

Kyneston. 3r. meadow in the park held of Richard Seman by service of 
2d. (yearly). 

Thomas his son, aged 21 at Whitsunday last, is his next heir. 

Wrti of plenius certiorari because the inquisition returned makes no 
mention whether the said Laurence held anything of the king in 
chief or not, 12 Feb. 25 Edw. I. o & 

Nottingham. Inq. made at Westerlek on Sunday after St. Cuthbert 
25 Edw. I. 
(Unspecified.) A messuage and a virgate of land, excepting 2a., held of 
Peter Picot in chief for homage and service of 1^. pepper yearly, 
and he rendered at the king's exchequer by the hands of the sheriff 
5s. yearly because it was ahenated from serjeanty. 



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Kyneston. 3r. meadow in the park, held of Richard Seman, by service 
of 5d. (yearly). 

He held nothing of the king in chief. 

Heir as above. 

Memorandum. Whereas upon inspection of the rolls of the exchequer by 
the king's mandate, it was found by the great roll of 34 Hen. Ill 
that Lettice Picot, mother of the said Laurence held of the king a 
virgate of land in Radechve by service of 5s. yearly, which is part 
of the serjeanty of Radeclive, it was granted that the abovesaid 
Thomas should have seisin thereof and hold it by the said service, 
and on 28 May, 25 (Edw. I), he did fealty to the king, and made 
fine by 5s. for his relief. 

E.Inq.p.m. File 5. (2.) 

380. Petronilla late the wife of Robert de Clotton. 

Writ to the escheator in co. Chester, 24 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Bonebury on Tuesday, 12 Nov. 25 Edw. I. 

Clotton. A fourth part of the town, viz. — ^Hulfeld and Duddon, held of 
the king in chief by service of \ knight's fee. 
WiUiam de Coltton (sic), her son, aged 26 at the feast of St. Michael 
{ad festum Sancti Michadis majoris) last, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (1.) 

381. Hugh de Dutton. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator in co. Chester, to enquire concerning the 
lands &c. which are in the king's wardship by the minority of Hugh 
de Button, and what is his age, 15 April, 25 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Nantwich {Wicum Mavbancum) on Saturday, 4 May, 
25 Edw. I. 
Nesse and Preston. The towns held of the king in chief, services 
imspecified. 

The said Hugh was 20 years of age at the feast of the Conception of the 
Blessed Virgin last. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (2.) 



382. Walter Aungevytst. 

Writ, 11 Oct. 25 Edw. I. Witness Edward the king's son at St. Paul's, 

London. 
Devon. Inq. made at Exeter on Thursday the eve of AU Saints, 25 Edw. I. 
La Hole. Certain tenements held of the king in chief by serjeanty of 

three arrows when the king hunts {cwrrit) on Exemore or 

Derthemore. 

Haleslonde. Certain tenements held of Robert de Haleslonde by service 
of ^ knight's fee. 

Which tenements are in the hand of Simon de Monte Acuto by the 
king's commission ; they came to the king's hand by the death of 
the said Walter Aungevyn on 14 Sept. 18 Edw. I. 



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William, his son, aged 12 at the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula last, is his 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. FiU 78. (3.) 

383. Robert de Stallyng alias de Stallinge. 

Writ, 26 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 
[Gloxtcestek.] Inq. made at Newent on Saturday after St. Gregory the Pope, 
25 Edw. I. 

Stallinge. A messuage &c., 40a. arable, 2a. meadow, la. pasture, 16«. l\d. 
assised rent, \a. of grove, and pleas &c. of court, held of the prior 
of Newent in chief by service of riding in the prior's service, whenever 
he wiU in England at the prior's charges in all things. 

Reuarthyne. 325. 4(Z. rents of customers, and 2s. pleas &c. held of the 
king in chief by service of 4s. at the king's castle of St. BriaveU 
yearly on the day of St. Michael. 
John his first bom son, aged 13 years and 13 weeks, is his next heir. 

Similar writ, 22 June, 25 Edw. I. 

Endorsed. The said Robert died three years and more before the issue 
of this writ. Moreover the escheator received another similar 
writ and has executed it so far as making inquisition goes and sent 
it into the chancery ; but because Sir John de Buteturte keeper of 
the forest of Dene intermeddled with the said Robert's lands &o. 
because they are within the said forest as pertaining to his baihwick, 
the escheator has not intermeddled therein, nor niade execution of 
this writ. 

C. Edw. I. FiU 78. (4.) 

384. Robert de Cokefbld alias de Kokbfeud. 

Writ, 17 July, 25 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. Thursday the feast of St. James, 25 Edw. I. 

Multon. The manor held of Joan countess of Gloucester and Hertford 

[whose lands &c. are in the king's hand], of the honour of Gloucester, 

by service of a knight's fee. 
Waudyngfeud. The manor held of William de Monte Caniso of 

Edwardeston by service of a knight's fee. 

Norfolk. Tettewell. The manor held of the earl of Warrenne by service of 
a knight's fee. 

Joan, his sister, daughter of Adam de Kokefeud, aged 23, is his next 
heir. 

C.Edw.I. File IS. (5.) 

385. Ltjcy de Lyngyttbr alias de Lyngyfre. 

Writ, 14 Sept. 25 Edw. I. 
[Oxford.] Inq. Monday after St. Matthew, 25 Edw. I. 

Abberbury. A messuage &c., 80a. land, 4a. meadow, I85. rent of free 
tenants, a free tenant paying a pair of white gloves at Easter, another 
free tenant paying a needle at Christmas, and 40s. rent of bondmen 
who do no other works, held of the king in chief by service of 
a knight's fee. 

Edmund de Lyngyure, her son, aged 24, is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 78, (6.) 



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386. Lattrenoe de Sancto Mattbo. 

Writ, 28 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Malmesbury on Sunday before the Annunciation, 
25 Edw. I. 
Pulton by Creckelade. A capital messuage &c., 220a. arable, 8a. meadow, 
pasture, lOi. 13s. 4d. assised rent, a windmill and pleas &c. of 
court, held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Nicholas his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

Bedford. Inq. 10 April, 25 Edw. I. 

Eddeworth. A capital messuage, 140o. arable, SOs. rent of free tenants, 
and 63s. rent of bondmen who are ought to reap in autumn, held of 
John Bluet by service of 1 lOs. yearly. 
Heir as above, aged 27 and more. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Prome, 20 March, 25 Edw. I. 

La Rode. The manor (extent given) held of Robert Russell and his heirs, 
lords of Horsington, for \ knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Sussex. Inq. made at Flessinges on Tuesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 

25 Edw. I. 
Flecchinges parish. 50a. arable at Sipfeud, 3a. meadow, and 30a. wood. 
Estfirle parish. 40a. arable at CherlackestOn, 2a. meadow, 26s. rent, 

works &c., a fourth part of a hundred, and pleas &c. of court, held of 

Sir Edmund the king's brother and his heirs, of the fee of Leicester, 

for a knight's fee, viz. — a little fee of Mortain. 

Heir as above, aged 25. 

Nottingham. Inq. 31 March, 25 Edw. I. 

The said Laurence held nothing of the king in chief in 
Nottingham, Rutland or Derby south of Trent. 
Gaham. A capital messuage, 8 bovates of land, a heath (bruacus), a wind- 
mill, 1 mark free rent, 7 bovates of land in bondage rendering 5s. each 
yearly, and 2 cottages rendering 5s. yearly, held of the earl of 
Leicester by service of \ knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 28 at the feast of the Invention of the Holy Gross 
next. 

Writ, 28 ^eb. 25 Edw. I. 
Northxtmberland ; between Tyne and Coket. Inq. made at West 
Chyv5iTiton on Wednesday in Easter week, 25 Edw. I. 

He held nothing in his demesne as of fee between Tyne and 
Coket. 

Heir as above, aged 24. 

Northumberland. Inq. Wednesday before Palm Sunday, 25 Edw. I. 

Newton on Sea. The town (extent given), including a capital messuage, 
la. meadow pertaining to the brewhouse {Jyracinam) with three 
sikettis of herbage, herbage called ' le lynkes,' three boats (batelle), 
and 8| farmers {hv^band'), each rendering 40s. 9d. yearly, an acre of 
land with two brewhouses, and a boat called ' le Cane,' held of 

R 



258 INQUISITIONS. 



WiUiam de Vescy by homage, suit at the court of Alnewyk every 

three weeks, and 13s. id. for the guard of the castle of Ahiewyk. 
Yerdehill alias YerddehiU. Tenements held by Ralph Long, William son 

of Thomas, William de Gosewyk, and Michael de Midilton, at yearly 

rents. 

Alnewyk. A forge held by Thomas Bolt at a yearly rent of I2d. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (7.) 

387. Elias de Hauvill. 

Writ, 6 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 
NoETHAMPTON. Inq. Monday after the Purification, 25 Edw. I. 

Weston. The manor (extent given), including a wood in the forest and 
a fishery, held of the inheritance of Amice his wife, who is yet Uving, 
of Sir Hugh de Oddingisehs by service of a knight's fee. 

The sheriff of Northampton ought to receive 2s. yearly to the king's 
use from the toll of the town, and Sd. from an assart contained within 
the demesne lands. 
The aforesaid Amice is the true heir of the manor and of full age. 

Oxford. Inq. 2 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 

Chaldeswelle. The manor held, together with Amice his wife, of the 
countess of Gloucester by service of ^ knight's fee. The manor is of 
the inheritance of the said Amice, who survives. 

William his son, aged 12 at the feast of St. Michael last, is his next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (8.) 

388. Richard de Luveeaz alias de Lovekaz. 

Writ, 11 April, 26 Edw. I. 
Dorset. Inq. made at Mordon on Tuesday the eve of SS. PhiUp and James, 
25 Edw. I. 

Est Mordon. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of 8s. sterling yearly at the king's exchequer by the hand 
of the sheriff ; a virgate of land in the same manor held of John 
Pedelerere (?) by service of 2d. ; a plot (placeam) of heath 
containing 20a. held of Thomas Peverel, by service of 16d. yearly ; 
and a plot of heath held of John Siffrewast by service of 3d. yearly. 

Stephen de Loveraz, his uncle, aged 40, is his next heir. 

Sottthampton. Inq. made at WoUop on Friday the morrow of St. Mark, 

25 Edw. I. 
Couelesfelde. 55. rent held of the king in chief by service of hunting the 

wolf at the king's charges, if one be found (qui inventus fuerit) in the 

county. 
The forest of Claryndon. The keepership of Bokholte wood within the 

forest, held of the king in chief, by service of rendering 20s. yearly 

by the hands of the baHifE of Clar3Tidon. 
Tuderlegh. A capital messuage &c., 200a. arable, 4a. meadow, a wood, 

8s. assised rent, and works of customers, held of John de Ingham 



EDWARD I. 259 



by service of rendering 12d. when hidage runs ; and 4a. pasture held 
of Richard de Begesgate by service of rendering 6d. yearly ; and 
I2d. pleas &c. of court. 

Heir as above, aged 26 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (9.) 



389. HtTGH Talemache alias Talemasch. 

Writ, 21 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 
Stjeeolk. Inq. Friday after the Epiphany, 25 Edw. I. 

Aketon. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief of the honour 
of Hatfeud Peverel by service of J knight's fee and doing suit of 
court at Hatfeud every month. 

Hugh his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

SxJEFOLK. . Inq. Sunday after the Epiphany, 25 Edw. 'I. 

Little Bresete. A capital messuage, 100a. arable, 4a. meadow, 
2a. pasture, 3a. wood and 20^. assised rent, whereof he was enfeoffed 
jointly with Hilary his wife, who survives, by John de Wachesham, 
to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies of the chief lords of the 
fee, viz. — of the countess of Gloucester, by service of ^ knight's fee ; 
and there ought to be paid l^d. yearly for sheriff's turn and 
sokenefee. 
Benetleye. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of J knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 27 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (10.) 



390. Laurence de Jaepevill alias de Jakpevile. 

Writ, 26 Jan. 25 Edw. 1. 
Essex. Inq. made at Alvythele, 6 May, 25 Edw. I. 

Reenham. A messuage &c., 60a. land, 5a. meadow, and 5a. pasture, 
held of the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England 
by service of ^ knight's fee ; 5a. land held of the heir of Robert 
Walram by service of rendering 6s. Srf. yearly ; and 110a. heath held of 
Thomas de Sefuntaynes by service of rendering . . . yearly. 

William his son, aged 22, is his next heir. 

[Wilts.] Inq. Saturday after St. Matthew, 25 Edw. I. 

Wodeburghe. A. capital messuage &c., 50a. arable, 2a. meadow, pasture, 
and 12s. assised rent, held of the inheritance of Joan his wife, 
deceased, of the king in chief of the honour of Cammel, by service 
of \ knight's fee, and of rendering \2d. yearly at Cammel for a moiety 
of a sparrow-hawk. 
WiUiam, son of the said Laurence and Joan, aged 24, is his next heir. 
Endorsed: Let the heir come and the attorney of Richard son of John. 

Writ of flenius certiorari on the assertion of William Butevileyn, attorney 
of Richard son of John, that the jury had sworn falaely that the 



260 INQUISITIONS. 



premises in Wodeburghe were held of the king in chief, whereas they 
were held directly of the said Richard, 17 July, 25 Edw. I. 
[Wilts.] Inq. by a jury of 24 on Monday before the Nativity of St. Mary, 
25 Edw. I. 
Wodeborgh. The lands &c. held of the inheritance "of the said Joan 
are held as abovesaid. 

C.Edw.I. FilelS. (11.) 



391. Jordan le Bachblbb. 

Writ, 20 June, 25 Edw. I. 
[SuEEEY.] Inq. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
25 Edw. I. 
Ocham. A manor (extent given) held of Joan countess of Gloucester 
[whose lands are in the king's hand], by service of 6d. yearly, and 
contributing to scutage, when it runs, in proportion to his holding ; 
60a. arable, and 3a. Ir. meadow, held of Thomas de Seende by service 
of lib. cummm, price l^d., yearly ; la. meadow held of Henry 
Mabonk by service of ^d. yearly ; and 20a. arable held of 
Christiana late the wife of Ralph de Berners, lady of the manor of 
Westhorslegh, by service of 55. yearly. 
John his son, aged 13, is his next heir. 
Endorsed: It is ordered by the council that the king remove (his) hand 
from the lands not held of the countess of Gloucester. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to enquire whether or not Alice late the wife of 
Jordan le Bacheler left the said Jordan long before his death and 
dwelt (se tenuit) in adultery with another, and was not reconciled 
to the said Jordan before his death, so that she ought not to have 
her dower, 20 July, 25 Edw. I. 
[StJREEY.] Inq. made at Rippele, in the presence of the bailiff of Sir Adamde 
Blechingeleye, who holds the lands for a term, and of the baiUff of 
the earl of Gloucester, on Thursday the feast of St. James the Apostle, 
25 Edw. I. 

The said Jordan kept a concubine named Maud, daughter of William 
le Tayllour of Passeworth, wherein he behaved so ill {importune) 
towards Alice his wife that she could not live {morari) with him ; 
thus she did not leave her husband nor desert him with evil intent 
{maliciose) or in adultery, but to avoid danger to herself she betook 
herseK from him to her parents, where she maintained a virtuous 
conversation and committed no adultery during the Ufetime of her 
husband. 

V. Edw. I. File 78. (12.) 

392. Robert de Sombevill alias de Somervile. 

Writ, 19 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 
Stafford. Inq. made at Arlewas on Tuesday before AH Saints, 25 Edw. I. 
Alrewas. The manor held of the king in chief at fee farm, rendering 
100s. yearly at the exchequer by his own hand, and 101. yearly to 
the sheriff of Stafford for the king's use, and for J knight's fee. 



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Wicchenoure. The manor with its members held of the honour of 
^ Tuttebury for the service of 1| knight's fee of the Uttle fee of 

Mortain. 
Little Coreborn. The hamlet held of the bishop of Chester by service 
of two appearances yearly at his court. 

Edmund his son, aged 21 on Sunday after St. Michael, 25 Edw. I, 
is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (13.) 

393. William de Hengham. 

Writ, 30 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 
Norfolk. Inq. Wednesday before St. James, 25 Edw. I. 

Hfengham. A capital messuage, 20a. arable, an alder wood, and works 
of customers worth 18d., held of Andrew de Hengham, his brother, 
for life by socage. 
Hakeford. 10a. land, a windmill, and works of customers worth 25. 2d., 
similarly held. 

He held nothing of the heir of John le Marschal, a minor and in 
the king's wardship. 

Andrew de Hengham, his brother, aged 40 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 18. (14). 

394. John Golaffre. 

Writ, 18 June, 25 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Inq. made at Bluntesdone on Sunday the morrow of SS. Peter and 
Paul, 25 Edw. I. 
Burybluntesdon. A capital messuage &c., 64a. arable, 6a. meadow, 
345. rents of free tenants, 33s. rent of customers, works worth 
10s. Id., pasture worth 25. and pleas &c. worth 2s., held of the king 
in chief of the fee of Curtys by service of | knight's fee. 

Thomas his son, aged 27 and more, is his next heir. 

Oxford. Inq. made at Chebyngnorton, 3 July, 25 Edw. I. 

Cercedene. The manor (extent given) was formerly held by the said John 
of Isabel de Portibus, sometime countess of Albemarle, of the fee of 
Curtys by service of j knight's fee, but the jury do not know whether 
he held it on the day of his death of the king in chief, or of the heir 
of the said Isabel, because it is not clear to them whether she granted 
the said fee of Curtys to the king or not ; but if the manor ought to 
be held of the heir of the countess, the jury know not of which heir, 
viz.— whether of Hugh de Curtenay or of the heir of Warin de Insula. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (15.) 

395. Walter de Pedewardyn alias de Pedewardin. 

Writ, 7 May, 25 Edw. I. 
Salof. Inq. made at Brompton on Tuesday, the morrow of St. Mary 
Magdalene, 25 Edw. I. 



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Pedewardin. A messuage &c., 120a. arable, 4a. meadow, pannage of 
a wood, 2s. Id. rent of freemen, and 36s. 7|d. rent of customers. 

Boresforde. 40a. arable, I8s. lOd. rent of freemen, and 31s. lOd. rent of 
customers. 

Brompton. 10s. 4:d. rent of freemen. 

All held of the heirs of Brian de Brompton who held of the king 
in chief, who are minors and in the king's wardship, by service of 
^ knight's fee, and doing suit at the court of Brompton every three 
weeks. 
Roger his son, is his next heir and of fuU age. 

Writ, 7 May, 25 Edw. I. 
Salop. Inq. made at Brompton by Pedewardyn on Wednesday, the morrow 
of St. Barnabas, 25 Edw. I. 
To the same effect as above. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (16.) 

396. Demise, late the wife of Remigius de Pokelington. 

Writ, 12 May, 25 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at Ulvisthorp by PokeUngton on Friday before 
Whitsunday, 25 Edw. I. 

Pokelington. 20 bovates of land, a water-mill, services of the tenants 
of 21 bovates of land, rents of 2 cottars, and a free court every three 
weeks, held of the heirs of Isabel de Fortibus, sometime countess of 
Albemarle ; whereof the said Denise was enfeoffed jointly with 
Remigius her husband by charters of the said countess granted to 
them and the heirs of the said Remigius. 

Meltenby. 4 bovates of land held by the charters aforesaid. 

All held of the said heirs by service of 35. 6d. yearly. She held no 
other lands &c. 

Roger her son, aged 40 and more, is next heir of the said Remigius 
and Denise. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (17.) 

397. William Heyrtjn alias Heyron. 

Writ, 25 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 
NoRTHtTMBEELAND. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne on the day of 
St. Hilary, 25 Edw. I. 

Hadiston. [The manor] (extent given) including I2d. or a pair of gilt 
spurs the service of Adam de Benton for the manor of Little Benton, 
a fourth part of the service of a knight's fee and 3s. id. yearly from 
Thomas de Fissebum and his parceners for the manor of West 
Swynburn, and the homage of Gilbert de Umframvile for the manor 
of Colewell, which they held of the said Wilham. 

All held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, and 
rendering a mark of silver yearly for the guard of the castle of 
Newcastle upon Tyne. 

Aketon. A mark of silver yearly from Richard de Aketon for a tenement 
there. 

Bokinfeld. 4a. land and a waste called Elstrother and Helme. 



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All held of Robert de Stotevill and his parceners by service of 
6d. yearly. 
Emelina, daughter of Walter Heyxon, aged 6, is his next heir, and it 
is believed that she is with Lady Emelina de Hastings in Norfolk at her 
manor called Gissing. 

C. Fdw. I. File 78. (18.) 



398. Walter Heron. 

Writ to the escheator to enquire and certify the barons of the exchequer 

what lands &c. Walter Heron, deceased, held, of what age is Emelina 

his daughter and heir, and whether he had any other heirs &c. 

23 April, 25 Edw. I. 

York. Inq. made at York on Wednesday before Whitsunday, 25 Edw. I. 

Silkeston. The manor held by the said Walter and AJice his wife, of the 
gift and enfeoffment of Sir William Heyron his father, to hold to them 
and the heirs of the said Walter, one moiety with the capital messuage 
and wood of John de Nevyle, and the other moiety of Sir John de 
Heton, by knight's service. 

Derton. Lands and rents worth 18s. i^d. yearly, held by the enfeoffment 
of WiUiam his father. 

Brereley. Lands and rents worth 155. yearly, held of Margaret de Nevyle 
by homage and service. 

He had a daughter and heir named Emelina, who is 7| years old, 
and no other heir. 

WiUiam Heyron on the day he died held the manor of Notton 
by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of the aforesaid Emelina, 
of the earl of Lincoln by knight's service. 

The marriage of thg. said Emelina is worth 40^. 

Wniiam Heiron died on the morrow of St. Nicholas the Bishop, 
25 Edw. I. 

NoRTHTJMBERLAND. Itiq. made at Morpath on Wednesday in Whitsun week, 
25 Edw. I. 

Walter son of William Heron had no lands or tenements in the coxmty ; 
he had a daughter named Emelina, now aged 7J, who is his next heir 
in blood ; she is likewise next heir of WOliam father of the said Walter, 
who held the manor of Haddeston of the kiiig in chief, and died at 
Newcastle upon Tyne on Sunday before the feast of St. Thomas last. 
The said Walter died long before the said William. Mary late the 
wife of the said WiUiam is dowered by the king's command of a third 
part of the aforesaid manor. Neither of the said Walter or WiUiam 
his father has any other heir than the same EmeUna whilst she lives : 
her marriage, as the jury beheve, is worth 301. to seU. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (19.) 

399. Henry de Ryhull. 

Writ, 21 May, 25 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. (undated.) 

Little RyhuU. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 



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service of 20s. yearly at the exchequer at Westminster by the hands 
of the sheriff of Northumberland and tallage when the Mng tallages 
his boroughs, including a water-mill from which John de Bidyk 
had of ancient tenure 205. yearly, but after the said Henry did homage 
to the king he paid him nothing. This tenement used to render to 
Sir Gilbert de Umfravile of ancient custom 12d. yearly for keeping 
a dog, 55. and 48 autumn works yearly, watch on the said Gilbert's 
moor in Redesdale {valle de Rede) in the fence month (mense vetito), 
and used to aid him in making his eldest son a knight and marrying 
his daughter, but after the said Henry did homage to the king he 
did none of these services to Sir Gilbert. A plea concerning them is 
pending before the justices of the Bench. 

Doxf ord . A messuage and 9a., hel d of the inheritance of Beatrice sometime 
his wife, of Adam de Doxford, rendering |?6. cummin. 

EUingeham. A messuage and 24<r. land, held of Robert de Clifford, 
rendering Id. yearly. 

EUingeham in Tindale. A messuage and 52|a. land, held of Robert de 
Clyfford, rendering ^d. yearly. 

Dunstan. 4s. yearly rent from the tenement of Michael son of 
Reyner (1) 
He died on Palm Sunday, 25 Edw. I. John his son, aged one year 

and 8 days, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 78. (20.) 

400- Rqbbst Russel. 

Writ, 20 March, 25 Edw. I. 
[Gloucester.] Iitq. Tuesday after the Annunciation, 25 Edw. I. 

Perham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of a knight's fee. 

WUham Russel, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Berks. Inq. made at Wanetynge, 29 March, 25 Edw. I. 

Optone. A messuage, 100a. arable, 8a. meadow, ISs. Id. rent of freemen, 
475. rents of customers, pasture, and perquisites worth 12d. yearly, 
held of the king in chief by knight's service. 
Heir as above. 

Somerset. Inq. made at Cherleton Canvyle, 6 April, 25 Edw. I. 

Horsington. A messuage, 40o. land and 4a. meadow, held of the chief 
lords of Horsington for ^ knight's fee and by service of Id. yearly ; 
two messuages, 30a. land, and la. \r. meadow, held of the same 
for ^ knight's fee, and by service of 3s. Id. yearly, a rose at the feast 
of St. John, and 9d. for the larder at the feast of St. Martin. 
Wylkyngthrope alias Wylkyngthorpe. 40a. land and l|a. meadow, 
held of Robert Michael for ^ knight's fee, and by service of 6a. yearly ; 
30a. land, la. meadow, and a messuage, held of Robert de Dunton, 
for ^ knight's fee, and by service of Id. yearly at Easter. 
He had no more tenements in the county. 
Heir as above. 



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Dorset. Inq. 2 April, 25 Edw. I. 

Mapodre. 20a. arable and 4a. meadow, held of the heirs of Walter 

Hamund by service of a clove gillyflower ; and 2a. arable held of 

John Hamund, service unknown. 
Haselbere. A tenement, held by 5 tenants in villenage for 30s. yearly 

rent, held of the heirs of Sir James Russel by service of a rose yearly. 
Sturmenistre by Niweton Castel. A messuage &c., 6a. arable and la. 

meadow, held of Reginald de Balun by service of 12c?., and for 

Id. to be rendered to Thomas Mich', and Id. to the heirs of Richard 

le Hunte. 

Heir as above, aged 40. 

Glottcester. Inq. Thursday after the Annunciation, 25 Edw. I. 

Aust. A moiety of the town (extent given), including a ferry called 
Austeclyve, held of the bishop of Worcester in chief, service unknown, 
and M. are payable at the feast of St. Michael to Margaret Cantok. 

Heir as above, aged 30 and more. 

Buckingham. Inq. made at Stiuecleye on Friday after the Annunciation, 

25 Edw. I. 
Herdwik by Aylesbyry. A moiety of the manor (extent given), with 

a moiety of the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief by 

service of \ knight's fee. 
Kenebell. The manor held by Adam de Kyngesham and his parceners 

of the said Robert by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 78. (21.) 

401. Joan de Cylencestre alias de Cylecestre. 

Writ, 5 May, 25 Edw. I. 
Similar vyrit 7 May, 25 Edw. I. 
[Devon.] Inq. Friday before Ascension day, 25 Edw. I. 

Soutpole. The hamlet (extent given) held of the heir of Thomas Pipard, 

a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of a knight's fee. 
Wodehywix. The hamlet • (extent given) held of William de Cylecestre 

by service of a knight's fee. 
Harlestone. The hamlet (extent given) held of William de Cylecestre 

by service of | knight's fee. 

Thomas de Cylecestre, her son, aged 31 on the feast of St. Leonard last, 
is her next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (1.) 

402. Thomas db Tycheseye. 

Writ 15 July, 25 Edw. 1. 
[SxTBEEY.] Inq. made in the court of Camerwelle on Monday after St. James 
the Apostle, 25 Edw. I. 
Tycheseye. The manor (extent given), including 2^a. meadow at la Ware, 
held of Lady Joan countess of Gloucester and Hertford [whose lands 



266 INQUISITIONS. 



are in the king's hand] by service of 2 knights' fees, and doing suit 
at the court of Camerwelle every three weeks. 
Camerwelle. 161a. arable, 8a. meadow, 15a. wood, 139s. 8^d. assised 
rent, and 12d. profits of court, held of the same countess by service 
of I knight's fee ; and a messuage and 30a. arable, held of Sir Robert 
de BekeweUe by service of lis. 8d. yearly. 
John de Malevyle, aged 30, Alice de Malevyle, aged 40, and Roger de 
Home, aged 30, are his heirs. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (2.) 

403. Hugh de Heriz of Stapilford. 

Writ, 23 June, 25 Edw. I. 

Nottingham. Extent made at StapeKord on Tuesday after SS. Peter and 

Paul, 25 Edw. I. 

[Stapelford.] A messuage &c., 11 bovates of land each contaiuing 10a. by 

the perch of 16 ft., a moiety of a water-mill with a pond, and a several 

pasture worth I2d. yearly, 36 bovates of land in Stapelford and 

Thurmeton held by GeofErey de Stapelford knight, by knight's service 

and scutage when it shall happen, 20 bovates of land held by 

John son of John de StapeKord by knight's service rendering 2d. 

yearly only and doing scutage when it shall happen, 2 bovates of 

land held by Robert le Mazun rendering 3s. yearly, 16s. assised rent 

from 8 bovates held in bondage by 4 bondmen, with their works, 

customs and aids, and a cottage which renders \2d. yearly, all held 

of the king in chief of the fee of Peverell by knight's service and doing 

suit at the court of Peverell every three weeks. 

Richard his son, aged 15 at the feast of Holy Trinity last, is his next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (3.) 

404. John Mautravbes. 

Writ, 28 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 
Berks. Inq. 10 March, 25 Edw. I. 

Cheh-eye. A court, garden &c., 160a. arable, 20a. meadow, pastTire, 
36s. rent of freemen, 28s. rent of customers with their works, and 
a dovecot, held of Hugh de Say by service of \ knight's fee. 
John his son, aged 30 at the Purification, 25 Edw. I, is his next heir, 

Somerset. Inq. made at Gevele on Saturday before St. Gregory. 
25 Edw. I. ^ 

Hyneford. The manor (extent given) held of the earl Marshal, of Strugoyl, 
by service of being constable {servicium constabvlar') of StrogoU. 
Heir as above, aged 30 at the feast of St. Michael last. 

[Gloucester.] Inq. Friday before St. Gregory the Pope, 25 Edw. I. 

Wodechestre. The manor (extent given) held of the kiTig in chief, as of 
the honour of Wycht, by service of rendering to the king 40s. when 
scutage runs. 

Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 



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Dorset. Inq. 8 March, 25 Edw. I. 

Langetone. A hide of land, viz. — 24a. arable, 8a. meadow and 62|a. 
pasture, with a court and l|a. of close, held of the king in chief as of 
the honour. of Albemarle by serjeanty, that is to say he ought 
to come at the king's command to take venison in time of 
grease (pingiiedinis) at Carsbrock in the Isle at the king's charges, 
on the first day with his own horses (equitatura) and on following days, 
so long as he shall be there for the same purpose {pro eodem), with the 
king's horses and all other charges ; | hide of land held of John de 
Clavile ; ^ hide of land held of Robert son of Pa3m ; and ^ virgate 
of land held of Ingram le Waleys ; and there are 23s. 5d. of assised 
rent, and the advowson of the church. 

Lichet. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, 
held of Joan, countess of Gloucester and Hertford, for 5 knights' 
fees. 

Wychampton. The manor (extent given), including a wood within the 
bounds of the chace of Craneborne and the advowson of the church, 
held of the same countess, of the honour of Craneborn, for 5 knights' 
fees, for which suit is due every three weeks at the hundred of 
Craneborn. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (4.) 

405. Htjgh de CeessinghaM. 

Writ, 18 Sept. 25 Edw. I. 
[Middlesex.] Extent, 16 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 

Hendon.- A capital messuage, 240a. arable and 9a. meadow, held of 

Sir Richard le Rous by service of rendering 21s. yearly. 
Finchisleye. 27a. arable held of divers lords by service of 2s. \Qd. yearly, 
and 2a. meadow. 
Heir unknown, because the jury have heard for certain that the said 
Hugh was a bastard. 

Suffolk. Inq. made at Great Thryllowe, 6 Nov. 25 Edw. I. {defective and 
defaced.) 
Coulingg. The manor held, by the enfeoffment of Robert de Ripar(lis), 
of divers lords, viz. — two messuages called le Est Court Apelton 
and South Pongges, 140a. land and 6a. meadow, with the advowson 
of the church and of the chapel of St. Margaret, held of Sir Henry 
de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, by service of a pair of gilt spurs yearly ; 
a messuage, 50a. land, 2|a. meadow, and 10a. wood, held of 
Robert de Swy ... by service of Id. yearly ; 48a. land, 
2Ja. meadow, and 10s. rent, held of Walter de Clopton by service of 
\d. yearly ; 120a. land, 7a. meadow, 20 {%)a wood, 55s. %d. (?) rent, 
and a windmill, held of John Loundreys by service of Id. and a clove 
gillyflower ; 30a. land and Ija. meadow, held of Alan Macy by 
service of 4s. 10\d. ; 5a. land and . . . meadow held of the heir 
of Richard Godefroy . . . gillyflower and . . . roses yearly ; 
. . . land held of William Tren (?)... by service of a peppercorn 
yearly ; 7a. land held of Richard Farewel by service of Id. yearly ; 
4a. meadow held of Thomas de Caldebek by service of Id. yearly ; 



268 INQUTSITIONS. 



24a. land and 3«. 4id. yearly rent held of Geoffrey (?) de For (?) 
. . .; 6a. land and 3a. meadow held of ... by service of lOd. ; 
14a. land held of ... by service of 15 ... ; . . . held of Thomas 

le Bygod . . . ; 9a. . . . John Mauveisyn ; (and other 

lands illegible). 
Endorsed. Because it is found by the inquisition that he held nothing 
of the king in chief, let the escheator be commanded not to 
intermeddle further. 
He had no heir because he was not lawfully bom. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (5.) 

406. Robert Luterel alias Luterell, Lotbbel. 

Writ, 18 June, 25 Edw. I. 
LmcoLN. Inq. Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 25 Edw. I. 

Imham. The manor (extent given), including 6s. rent of a biirgage and 
25. Sd. and 64 hens from bondmen and cottars, ' wodehome ' and 
' wodepeny,' with the advowson of the church, held of the king in 
chief as member of his manor of Hoton Paynel, which he held of the 
king by barony. 
Geoffrey his son, aged 21 on the eve of Whitsunday last, is his next 
heir. 

Nottingham. Inq. Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 25 Edw. I. 

Gamelston. A capital messuage, 6| virgates of land in bondage, whereof 
each virgate owes 3s. 2d. yearly, a day's hoeing, a day's mowing 
with the lord's food, a day's hay making, two days' reaping without 
food, and four days' mowing and one day's carrying com with food. 

Briggeford. 12 bovates of land in demesne, 2a. several pasture, a wind- 
mill, 68s. rent of free tenants, and 19 virgates of land in bondage, 
owing rent and works as in Gamelston. 

Briggeford and Gamelston. 12 cottages rendering 24s. yearly. 

Briggeford. The advowson of the church. 

AH held of Robert Typetoft by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Gamelston. 5| virgates of land in bondage which owe rent and works 
as abovesaid, held of Anora de Perpount by homage and service of 
lib. pepper ; and all the bondmen aforesaid ought to carry the lord's 
hay in common, and give 100s. aid to the lord at the feast of 
St. Michael. 

Hokenhale Torcard beyond Trent. 5 bovates of land pertaining to the 
manor of Gamelston in bondage. 

[Gamelston.] 3s. perquisites of court. 

Heir as above, aged 21 at Whitsunday last. 

Writ, 18 June, 25 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
25 Edw. I. 
Hotun Paynel. The manor (extent given) held of the king himself by 
homage and the service of 4 knights' fees in Wales for forty days at 
hie OAUTi costs or by 4 men with horses and arms. 
Heir as first above. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (6.) 



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407. William de Morttto Mari. 

Writ, 30 June, 25 Edw. I. {and duplicate.) 
[BucKrNGHAM.] Inq. made at Crendon on Thursday, the feast of St. Peter 
ad Vincula, 25 Edw. I. 
Crendon. A third part of the manor (extent given), excepting a third part 
of the advowson of the abbey of Notley, held of Maud de Mortuo 
Mari, of her gift to the said William and the heirs of his body, by service 
of a pair of gilt spurs at the feast of St. Michael. The said tenements 
ought to revert to the said Maud by the form of her gift aforesaid, 
because he died without heir of his body. 

[Buckingham.] Inq. made at Ayllesbury on Wednesday before SS. Simon 
and Jude, 25 Edw. I. 
Crendon. A third part of the manor &c. to the same effect as above. 

Berks. Inq. 3 Aug. 25 Edw. I. 

Neubur(y). 91. 5s. 6d. yearly rent, 13s. toll of the market, 10s. from 

a tanning mill, and 60s. pleas &c. of court. 
Spenhamlonde and Wodespene. 32s. yearly rent. 

All held of Maud de Mortuo Mari by service of rendering a pair 
of gilt spurs price Qd. yearly at the feast of St. Michael, of the 
enfeoffment of the said Maud to him and the heirs of his body with 
reversion to herself and her heirs. 

He died without heir of his body. 

Neubur[y]. 48s. toll of the market, and 6s. toll of a mill held, by the 
enfeoffment of Roger Bigot, earl Marshal, to the said Wilham, his 
heirs and assigns, of the said earl by service of Id. ; 2s. rent 
of a mill held jointly with Hawis his wife of Denis de Crofte, of his 
enfeoffment to them and their heirs or assigns, by service of Id. ; . 
and a messuage and 4 marks yearly rent similarly held of William 
Trivet, of his enfeoffment, by service of Id. yearly rent. 

Edmund de Mortuo Mari, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next 
heir. 

Berks. Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Martin, 25 Edw. I. 

Neubury. 91. 3s. 3^d. yearly rent, 13s. toll of the market, 10s. toll of a 
tanning mill and 40s. pleas &c. of court. 

Spenehamlunde. 32s. yearly rent. 

All held of Maud de Mortuo Mari of her enfeoffment as abovesaid. 

[Newbury.] 48s. toll of the market and 6s. toll of a water-mill, held 
of Roger Bygoht as abovesaid ; 2s. rent of a water-mill held jointly 
with Hawis his wife as abovesaid of Denis de Crofte ; and a 
messuage and 30s. yearly rent held jointly as abovesaid of William 
Trivet. 

Heir as above. 

GLOtJCESTER. Inq. Friday before St. Mary Magdalen, 25 Edw. I. 

Botyndon. Part of the manor (extent given), including a preserve, held of 
the abbot of Westminster, service unknown ; and part (extent given), 
held of the countess of Gloucester in chief by service of doing suit 
at (sequendi) her court of Theok(esbury) every three weeks ; and 



270 INQUISITIONS. 



there are paid yearly Is. 4d. to the prior of Derhurste, 10a. lO^d. 
to Nicholas le Archer of Stok, and lib. cummin, price l^d., to the 
lord of Harsfeld. 
Kenemerton within the manor of Theok(esbury). A part of the manor 
(extent given) held of the countess of Gloucester by service of doing 
suit at her court of Theok(esbury) every three weeks. 

Edmund de Mortuo Mari, aged 33, is his next heir. 

Endorsed : Sum total of this extent in co. Gloucester of the inheritance 
of Hawis, deducting service, 271. 6s. 2^d. 

Somerset. Inq. Wednesday after St. Mary Magdalen, 25 Edw. I. 

Cherleton Muscegros. The manor (extent given) held of the honour of 

King's Camel, of the inheritance of Hawis his wife heir of Robert 

de Muscegros, for J knight's fee. 
Norton. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held of the king in 

chief for | knight's fee of the inheritance aforesaid. 
Stawelle. The manor (extent given) held of Hugh le Poinz for 1 knight's 

fee of the same inheritance. 

Edmund de Mortuo Mari, his elder brother, aged 30 and more, is his 
next heir. 

SOMEESET. Inq. Tuesday after St. Mary Magdalen, 25 Edw. I. 

Bridgewater (Bruges Walteri). The castle and a third part of the manor 

(extent given), including rents in the borough, rents of stalls and the 

oven, toU of the sea (?) [aque marine), of the market (fori) and fair 

(nundinarum), and the land of ' la Holelond.' 

Milverton. Two parts of the manor (extent given), including rents of 

the borough. 
Odecumbe. Two parts of the manor. 

All held of the king in chief for J knight's fee, of the enfeoffment 
of Maud de Mortuo Mari his mother, with reversion to herseK and 
her heirs if he should die without heir of his body. 

All the tenements aforesaid ought to revert to the said Maud. 
Heir as last above. 

Somerset. Inq. Monday after All Saints, 25 Edw. I. 

Brugeswauter, Milvertone and Odecombe. The castle &c. to the same 
effect as abovesaid. 

All which ought to revert to the said Maud because the said William 
died without heir of himself. 

Edmund de Mortuo Mari, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 79. (7.) 
408. Roger de Monte Alto. 

Writ, 2 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 
Chester. Inq. made at Chester, 10 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 

Hauwarthjm. The manor held of the king in chief by service of the 

stewardship of Chester. 
Neston and La Lee. The manors held of the king in chief by service of 

2| knights' fees. 
A hberty called ' twertuyt ' pertaining to his stewardship, held of the 

king in chief. 



EDWARD I. 271 



Middlewich. 160 boilings (boilones) of salt 'del hordurnsalt,' pertain- 
ing to the stewardship aforesaid, held of the king in chief. 

Alholm. A moiety of the town held of Richard de Sweteneham by- 
service of 4s. yearly. 

Leghton. A fourth part of the town held of Hugh de Thornton by service 
of a pair of spurs or 2d. 

Chester. 16s. yearly rent issuing from burgages, with a certain crebro 
in the same (town), held of Ralph son of Simon by service of Id. 
yearly. 

Robert, son of Robert de Monte Alto and brother of the said Roger, 
aged 23 at the feast of the Annunciation next, is his next heir because he 
died without heir of his body. 

E. Inq. p.m. File 5. (5.) 

409. Roger de Monte Alto. 

Writ, 28 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. Sunday the feast of SS. Fabian and Sebastian, 25 Edw. I. 
Eramesden. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Chester by 
service of serjeanty, viz. — of being steward of Chester of fee. 
Robert de Monte Alto, his brother, aged 27, is his next heir. 

Norfolk. Inq. made at KeninghaUe on Thursday before the Conversion of 

St. Paul, [25] Edw. I. {mutilated and defaced.) 
Castelrising. The manor (extent given), including a salt marsh, fishery, 

and market place. 
Snetesham. [The manor (?)] (extent given), including a pond within the 

capital messuage. 
Keninghal. [The manor (?)] (extent given), including an orchard and 

a fishery. 
[* Lenne.] A fourth part of the tolbooth. 

All held of the king in chief by service of being butler {servicium 

pincerne). 

. . ., aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

W[arwick]. Inq. made in Covintre on Friday after the Epiphany, 
25 Edw. I. 
[Covintre.] A messuage, a park, a mill with a pond, 8 free tenants outside 
the town {de foryncec') rendering 31s. 2d. yearly, 221. 13s. lOd. yearly 
from the prior of Covintre, and 32s. 8d. yearly from free tenants, 
held of the king in chief by service of | knight's fee. 

Heir as first above, aged 22 at [the feast of the Annunciation of the] 
Blessed Mary, 24 Edw. I. 

Writ to the esehator in co. Chester, 14 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 
Chester, /rag. 23 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 

Hauwerthyn. The manor held of the king in chief by service of being 

steward {servicium senescalcie) of Chester. 
Neston and la Lee. The manors held of the king in chief by service of 

2| knights' fees. 

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272 INQUISITIONS. 



A liberty called ' twertuylt ' held of the king in chief pertaining to his 

stewardship. 
Middlewich (in Medio Wico). 160 boilings (boilones) of salt ' del 

hordumesalt ' yearly pertaining to the stewardship aforesaid. 
Alholm. A moiety of the town held of Richard de Swetenham by service 

of 4s. yearly. 
Leghton. A fourth part of the town held of Hugh de Thornton by service 

of a pair of spurs or 2d. 
Chester. 165. yearly rent from burgages, with a certain cribro in the 

same (town), held of Ralph son of Simon by service of Id. yearly. 

Robert son of Robert de Monte Alto, his brother, aged 23 at the feast of 
the Annuncation next, is his next heir because he died without heir of 
his body. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Robert de Monte Alto, 
brother and heir of Roger de Monte Alto, that a moiety of the manor 
of Tackele, held of the said Roger by Wilham le Poure, deceased, 
by knight's service, and by him demised to Roger late bishop of 
Coventry and Lichfield for life only, was taken into the king's hand 
after the said bishop's death, and the wardship thereof during the 
minority of the heir of the said William is detained from him, 24 April, 
25 Edw. I. 
[Oxford.] Inq. made at Wodestoke, 25 July, 25 Edw. I. 

Tackeleye. William le Poure demised a moiety of the manor (extent 
given) to Roger late bishop of Coventry and Lichfield for life, with 
reversion to the said WiUiam and his heirs ; and the jury believe that 
this was about 20 years ago. 

The said William held the said moiety of Roger de Monte Alto 
by service of \ knight's fee, and died in the lifetime as well of the bishop 
as of the said Roger ; so that the wardship of the said moiety does 
not belong to the said Robert by reason of inheritance, but to the 
executors of the will of the said Roger, because the wardship belonged 
to him in his lifetime after the bishop's death. 

Walter his son, aged 20 at Easter last, is the said WilMam's next 
heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (8.) 

410. Thomas de Otteleye. 

Writ concerning the lands &c. of the said Thomas, who held of the heir 
of Edmund the king's brother a minor and in the king's wardship, 
18 June, 25 Edw. I. 
SUTFOLK. Inq. 30 June, 25 Edw. I. 

Oteleye. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Edmund the king's 
brother, of the honour of Lancaster, by rendering yearly for the 
guard of (the castle of) Lancaster 20s. at Whitsunday ; but the said 
Thomas, three weeks before his death, enfeoffed Edmund de 
Holebrok of the said manor ; the goods, chattels and servants however 
of the said Thomas remained there in his name until his death and 
still remain. The jury seek a decision (discretionem) as to whether 
the said Thomas died seised of the manor or not. 



EDWARD 1. 273 



His sisters, Isabel married to Guy {Wydoni) de Mortuo Mari, and Avice 
married to Geoffrey de Buxhale, are his next heirs, and Avice the younger 
is 24 and more. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (9.) 



411. Ralph de Bebnebs, knight. 

Writ, 8 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 
Middlesex. Inq. 25 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 

Yseldon. The manor (extent given), including a foreign rent of a pair 
of gilt spurs yearly from the tenement of Thomas de Meuse of 
Estsmethefeud, knight, held of the bishop of London by service 
of I knight's fee, and paying 2s. yearly at the bishop's castle of 
Storteford and doing suit of court there every three weeks. 

Edmund his son, aged 26 and more, who is ia Gascony, is his next 
heir. 

StTBRBY, Inq. 5 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 

West Horslegh. The manor (extent given) held, of the inheritance of 
Cristina de Berners who was his wife, of Richard de Wyndlesore, 
knight, by service of \ knight's fee, and 40i. every twenty-four weeks ; 
and there are rendered 13?. 6s. %d. yearly to Joan de Gatton, sister 
of the said Cristina, for her share. 

Heir as above, but the jury know not whether he is ahve or dead. 

Suffolk. Inq. 2 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 

Ikelyngham. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Hugh le Despencer 
by service of 1^6. cummin yearly ; and I2d. (yearly) ought to belaid 
to the preceptor of the Temple. 

Heir as above, aged 29. 

Endorsed ': Lfet the escheator be commanded not to intermeddle further. 

Essex. Inq. made at the church of Godysestre, 1 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 

Bernestone, Rothynges and Berwyck. The manors (extents given) 
held of Humphrey de Bown, earl of Hereford, by service of 3| knights' 
fees. 

Bernestone. 130a. land, 3a. meadow, 9s. Id. assised rent, and customary 
works worth 13s. 9|d., held of the prior of Donemawe by service of 
25s. 3d. yearly ; 10a. land held of the prior of Colne by service 
of 5s. yearly ; 15a. land held of Matthew de Lovayn by 
service of 5s. yearly; and 10a. wood held of Robert Gemot by 
service of 13d. yearly. 

Berwyck. 4a. pasture held of John FyUol by service of I2d. yearly ; 
20a. land held of the abbess of Berkynge by service of 4:d. yearly ; 
8a. wood held of the same ; and 4a. land held of Gilbert son of Ralph 
by service of Id. yearly. 

Bewmund. A messuage, 180a. land, 3a. meadow, 6a. pasture, 15a. wood, 
9s. 4d. assised rent, and customary works worth 61. 10s. 5|d., held 
of Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford, by service of | knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 30, and in the king's service in Gascony. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (10.) 



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274 INQUISITIONS. 



412. Mabel, late the wife of John Tebgoz. 

Writ, 24 May, 25 Edw. I. • •, t 

[Bedford.] Inq. Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 25 Edw. I. 

Weston. The manor (extent given), which is of the kings ancient 
demesnes, held in free marriage of the barony of Averenchis ; which 
manor Maud, daughter of and heur of Wilham de Averenchis the elder, 
at one time held of the king in chief by service of appearing before 
the justices in evre in the county of Bedford. Hamo le Creveker 
married her and they gave the manor to William their son and heir 
in free marriage with the said Mabel. This William died without 
heir of his body so that the said Mabel held the manor for hfe 
according to the form of the gift aforesaid. 

JuMana, daughter of John son of Agnes one of the daughters of the 
said Hamo and Maud, aged 23 and more, John de Lenham, son of 
Iseult the second of the daughters of the said Hamo and Maud, aged 
30 and more, and Eleanor, daughter of the said Hamo and Maud, 
aged 60 and more, are next heirs of the said Maud. Sir John de 
Lenham some time since impleaded his aunts Agnes and Eleanor 
before [Martin] de Littelbury and his fellows, then justices in banco, 
for what was deficient in his reasonable share of the inheritance of the 
said Maud his grandmother ; in consequence of which they granted 
him in the said court the manor of Weston after the death of the said 
Mabel ; so that the manor ought (now) to revert to the said John. 

Similar writ, except that the subject of the writ is named Sibyl, 24 May, 
25 Edw. I. 

[Bedford.] Inq. 6 July, 25 Edw. I. 

Weston. The manor (extent given), tenure as above. 

Heirs of the said Maud as above, except that Juhana is named Juliana 
de Weylondon. 

Endorsed : A day is given to John Tregoz and Richard de Weylaund 
and other parceners, ton Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 
25 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I File 79. (11.) 



413. Richard de Hywisch. 

Writ {missing) [*31 July, 25 Edw. I]. 
Devon. Inq. Saturday the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 25 Edw. I. 
Hywisch. The hamlet (extent given) held of Thomas de Mertone by 

service of a knight's fee. 
Hywrdbjni. The hamlet held of Thomas de Sanford by service of J 

knight's fee. 
Leech All Saints. The hamlet held of John de Clavile by service of a 

knight's fee. 
Westhertford. The hamlet held of Gilbert son of Stephen by service of 

\ knight's fee. 
Stoforde. The hamlet held of Raymond de Sully by service of a knight's 

fee. 

* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 389. 



EDWARD I. 275 



Croude. The hamlet held of Eobert de Stokheye by service of J knight's 
fee. 

Richard his son, aged 21 at the feast of the Annunciation, 25 Edw. I, 
is his next heir. 

Cornwall. Inq. Tuesday before St. Bartholomew, 25 Edw. I. 

Menely, The manor, including 40s. rent at St Ewe {Sanctam Ywam) 

and 52s. 8d. rent in Trjrv^eru pertaining to the manor, held jointly 

with Maud who was his wife of the king in chief by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Trenant. The hamlet (extent given) held jointly as above, of Robert 

son of Walter by service of f knight's fee. 
Tremertheret. The manor (extent given) held of John de Ripariis by 

service of f knight's fee. 
Radwelle. The hamlet (extent given) held of Richard de Zurezeaus 

by service of a knight's fee. 

Heir as above. 
Transcript of a grant by Robert son of Walter, lord of Wodeham, co. Essex, 
to Sir Richard de Hywichs, knight, and Maud his wife of aU his lands 
&c. in Menely, Se5aithuwa and Trefru, co. Cornwall, the advowson of 
the church of Seynthuwa, and 1 If knights' fees in the said county, 
to hold of King Edward I, directly {immediate) by service of 
J knight's fee. Witnesses, Sir Ralph Bloyou, Sir Hugh Peverel, 
Sir Walter de Treverbyn, and Sir Laurence Dynisel, knights, Hugh 
le Gros and many others, London, Monday after the Translation of 
St. Edward, 23 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (12.) 



414. Simon de Shaestede alias de Scharstedb. 

Writ, 3 July, 25 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Sunday after St. Margaret, 25 Edw. I. 

Scharstede. The manor (extent given), including a wood called 

Holewode containing 30a., which was cut down before the said 

Simon's crossing into Gascony, 3 small groves, and a ruined miU 

without millstones, held of the king of the barony of Crevquer by 

service of J and ^ knight's fee, and suit at the court of Ledes every 

three weeks. 
Weldeslade. A little manor (extent given) held of John de 

Godthyweton by service of J knight's fee, and Id. yearly. 
Lidesinge. A messuage, 50a. arable and 16s. assised rent, held of the 

archbishop of Canterbury, by service of 16s. 8d. yearly and suit at 

his court of Gilligham every three weeks. 
Woteringebiry. The manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Sir William 

de Monte Caniso by service of 1^ knight's fee, suit at his court of 

Gravesende every three weeks, and 18s. yearly at the feast of 

St. Andrew. 
Netlestede. A water-mill held of John de Rademelde by service of 

9s. yearly. 
Chart. The manor (extent given) held of the heirs of Sir William de 

Monte Caniso by service of | knight's fee ; and there are in the manor 



276 INQUISITIONS. 



60a. arable of gavelkind held of Robert atte Westbyry by service 

of 16s. 8d. yearly. i. t, ij „* tu^ 

Uppetham. 60a. land, 7a. meadow, and 3s. 2d. assised rent, bdd of the 
prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, Adam de Wendeleswrthe and 
Gilbert Ranekyn, by service of rendering 23«. Id. yearly to them, 
and suit at the prior's court every three weeks. 
Merworthe. Certain tenants and a grove (grawam), held ot the countess 
of Gloucester by service of i knight's fee; which tenants pay 
50s. yearly to Sarra de Autrive (?) for her life by the demise of the 
said Simon, and he received from them 15 hens at Christmas, and 
100 eggs. 
Elizabeth his daughter, aged 21, is his next heir. 

0. Edw. I. File 79. (13.) 

415. William de Mohun alias de MoHOtrN, de Moun. 

Writ {missing) [*1 July, 25 Edw. I]. 
Devon. Inq. Friday, the eve of St. Laurence, 25 Edw. I. 

Oteri Mohoun. The manor (extent given), including foreign rents m 

Marinelegh, and the sale value of buildings and woods. 
Moneketon (extent given), including the sale value of an old grange and 

the wood in the park. 
Galmaton (extent given), including the sale value of buildings and a wood. 
Stoke Flemyng (extent given), including the sale value of buildings. 

[Berks.] Ing. 3 Aug. 25 Edw. I. 

Neubury. A thirteenth part of the mills, which is only worth 2s. because 
they are in ruins. 

[Bedford.] Inq. made at Luyton on Tuesday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 
25 Edw. I. 

Flitton. The hundred held of the king in chief by service of 
\0l. yearly. 

[Luyton.] Robert de Ho holds 6 virgates of land in Westhid and 67a. new 
land {de nova Una) for 33s. \ld. ; Roger de Heyham holds 9 virgates 
of land in Stopp for 60s. \d. whence {unde) Lucy de Stopp holds 
in chief and renders a mark ; a tenement late of William le Chauri 
renders 37s. M. yearly ; Robert de Ho holds 10a. land at Wardone 
for 20d!. ; John son of Stephen holds \ virgate of land for 3s. Idd. ; 
Thomas Pirot holds a messuage for 18d. ; Simon le Venour holds 
la. land for Zd. ; Roger the clerk holds a rood of land for \d. ; his 
pourparty of Courugge is worth 40d. yearly ; a third part of North- 
grave is worth 3s. yearly ; and his pourparty of new land is worth 
5s. yearly. 

Marches of Wales. Inq. made at Magor on Saturday, the eve of the 
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 25 Edw. I. 
Magor. A messuage &c., U. 3s. 5d. rent of assise of free tenants, 
91. 14Jd. rent &c. of customers, 120a. arable, 44a. meadow, 21a. pasture, 
a preserve with pasture surrounding it (qv£, circumanibitur), and 
pleas &c. of court with tolls and pannage of pigs worth 10s. yearly, 
[held of the king in chief ?], service unspecified. 

♦ See Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 387. 



EDWARD I. 277 



Wilts. Extent, Wednesday before St. Laurence, 25 Edw. I. 

Myldehale. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, 
tenure unspecified. 

Southampton. Extent, Tuesday after St. Laurence, 25 Edw. I. 

Greywelle. The manor (extent given), tenure unspecified, but U. a year 
are due to the king at the castle of Odyham. 

Dorset. Extent, Monday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 
25 Edw. I. 
Sturmenistre Marescal. A messuage &c., 151a. arable in demesne, 
16a. meadow, 30a. of poor woodland {debilis bosci) on which the 
pasture is worth 65. 8d., another pasture, 2s. and lib. pepper assised 
rent of a freeman, and 6d. rent of another freeman, four tenants 
in vUlenage each holding J virgate, and three holding each a ferling 
of land, two cottars, a woman who holds a piece of meadow and 
renders 6d. yearly, a piece of meadow worth 5d., and 2s. pleas &c. 
of court, held of the ting in chief, service unspecified. 
Partition of the above. Share of John de Meriet and Mary his wife, younger 
daughter and one of the heirs of William de Mohun (full extent given 
with field names and names of tenants), including the northern half 
of the messuage and close, and lands on Niweton, on the hiUs of 
Oldehey and Coif lad (?), and in Quenegore, Efurlang, Wychegrave 
and Dokham. 

Partition of the lands &c. which were of William de Mohun made 25 Sept. 
25 Edw. I, between John de Carreu and Eleanor his wife, one of the 
daughters and heirs of the said Wilham, and John de Meryet and 
Mary his wife, the other daughter and heir. 
Devon. Assignment to the said John de Carreu and Eleanor, viz. — the 
manors of Otery Mohun, Munketon, Galmeton and Stoke Flemyng, 
with all the said William's knights' fees and advowsons in the county. 
(Set out in fuU in the Calendar of Close Soils, 1296-1302, p. 134). 

Partition made as above 25 Sept. 25 Edw. I. 
Wilts, Southampton, Doeset, Bedford and Berks. Assignment to 
John de Meriet and Mary his wife, viz. — aU the lands, knights' fees 
and advowsons which were of the said William in the said counties 
and in Wales and Ireland. (Set out in fuU in the Calendar of 
Close Bolls, 1296-1302, p. 134). 

Writ, 14 Dec. 26 Edw. I. 

The king having recdved the fealty of John de Meriet for the 
pourparty of Mary, his wife, of the lands &c. late of WUMam de Mohun, 
and having ordered the said lands &c. to be divided into two equal 
parts and the pourparty of the said Mary to be deMvered to her and 
her husband, and having afterwards, when Eleanor the younger 
daughter of WiUiam de Mohun had proved her age, received the 
fealty of John de Carreu her husband, and ordered her pourparty 
to be dehvered to her and the said John, now finds that the partition 
was made without warning to the said Mary and Eleanor contrary 
to the custom of the realm : he therefore orders the escheator to 
resume the lands &c. into his hand, and give notice to the heirs to be 



278 INQUISITIONS. 



present in the chancery on the quinzaine of St. Hilary to receive 
their pourparties. 
Return of the escheator that he received the king's writ on 1 Jan. 
and caused execution to be made at once, giving notice on Monday 
the feast of St. Hilary to John de Carreu and Eleanor his wife at 
Stoke Flemyng, Galmaton and Otery Mohun, co. Devon, and on the 
Wednesday following to John de Meriet and Mary his wife at 
Sturministre Mareschal, co. Dorset, Mildehale, co. Wilts, Luton, 
CO. Bedford, and Magor, co. Gloucester, to be in the chancery on the 
day named in the writ. 

C. Edw. I. File 79. (14.) 

416. John, son and heir of Ingram de Mttnceus alias de Monobatts. 

Writ, concerning the lands &c. of the said John, who died a minor and in 
the king's wardship, 18 July, 25 Edw. I. 
[York.] Iriq. Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 25 Edw. I. [much defaced.) 

Bemeston. A capital messuage, lands &c. (extent given with names of 
tenants), including crofts called ' le Westcroft,' ' le Conigercroft,' 
' le PeshiUdayl,' ' le Wylghcroft,' and Gellecroft, and meadow and 
pasture at ThjTshoii, and the advowson of the church. 

WjTikton. Tofts and lands (fuU extent given with names of tenants, 
partly illegible), including a toft held by the abbot of Thornton, 
rendering \lb. pepper yearly. 

Thomas de Monceaus, his brother, aged 21 and more, is his next heir, 

C.Edw.I. FilelQ. (15.) 

417. William de Mortymer alias de Morttto Mari, de Mortimer, of 

Kingheston, 

Writ, 14 Nov. 25 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Westm', 11 Dec. 26 Edw. I. 

Herlaweston. Lands and tenements (unspecified), held of John de 
Warrenn', earl of Surrey, by service of doing suit at his court of 
Grantham every three weeks. 

Constantine (Gostantintis, Costentinus) his son, aged 16 and more, 
is his next heir. 

Cambridge. Inq. Tuesday after St. Andrew, 26 Edw. I. 

Kyngestone. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by 
service of 3 knights' fees, because Sir Gilbert Pecch, of whom the 
same WiUiam formerly held the manor, gave all his tenements to 
the king with the service and homage of the said WiUiam ; which 
fees were assigned by the king to Joan late the Avife of the said Gilbert 
in dower ; 10a. wood held of the count of Britanny by service of 
Uh. cummin ; and 20a. held of Ralph de Bellafago by service of 
lU). pepper. 

Caldecote. 30a. land held of Guy, parson of Kyngeston, by service which 
the jury cannot ascertain. 

Kyngeston. The advowson of the church. 
Heir as above. 



EDWARD I. 279 



Norfolk. Inq. made at Wymodham on Saturday the feast of St. Andrew, 
26 Edw. I. {defaced.) 

Bernham. A capital messuage, 160a. arable, 8a. meadow, a fishery, 
180s. assised rent, 2 capons, 50 hens, 50 autumn works, a several 
pasture, two water-miUs and 30s. pleas &o. of court. 

Scultone. A capital messuage, a dovecot, 100a. arable, a several pasture, 
wood, turbary, a windmill, a fishery, 80s. assised rent and 
66s. from new land, rents of capons, hens and geese, works, and 
6s. 8d. pleas &c. of court. 

Atleburch. A capital messuage, 230|a. land, 13a. meadow, a several 
pasture with turbary and reeds, 469a. underwood, a windmill, 
1305. 7|d. assised rent, rents of corn, capons, &c., works, and 
6s. 8d. pleas &c. of court. 

All held of John Warenn', earl of Surrey, by service of 6J knights' 
fees. 

Atleburch. A capital messuage containing 2|a., 13a. arable, and land 
within the old ditch of the park of Atleburch, to wit extending 
from the ditch called ' Kerdeledich ' on the south to ' Stoderhagh ' 
on the north, and the ditch nearest to the pasture of Gersinghe 
by which the park is enclosed, held of Sir Robert de Tateshale in chief 
by service of a sore sparrowhawk at the gule of August and a mewed 
sparrowhawk at All Saints' day. 

Heir as above, aged 18. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 10 Dec. 26 Edw. I. 
[Cambridge.] Inq. made in the manor of Kyngeston concerning knights' 

fees &c. pertaining to the said manor, on Thursday before 

St. Valentine, 26 Edw. I. 
Kyngeston. The advowsons of the church and of a free chapel. 
Kyngeston and Wynepol. J knight's fee held by Sir John son of Simon, 

which renders scutage, when it runs, to the lord of Kyngeston who 

shall have from him wardship and relief when it shall happen. 
Wynepol. | knight's fee similarly held by Robert son of William de 

Bauns of Wynepol. 
Everesden. J knight's fee similarly held by John le Bere, 

Norfolk. Extent Monday, the feast of St. Scholastica, 26 Edw. I. 

Hadeston and Bonewell. The manor held by William de Bosingle for 

1 knight's fee. 
Atleburg and Elingham. Land &c. held by William Ponyaunt for 

\ knight's fee, rendering 5s. and 4 capons yearly. 
Rokelundtoftes. The manor held by Robert de Castune for \ knight's fee. 
Bernham. The advowson of the churches. 
Bykerston. The advowson of the church. 
Skulton. The advowson of the church. 
Atleburg. The advowson of a third part of the church. 

G. Edw. I. File 80. (1.) 

418. John db Engaynb alias Engayne, Engayn, alias John Engayne 
the elder. 

Writ, 13 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 



280 INQUISITIONS. 



Northampton. Inq. Tuesday after the Purification, 25 Edw. I. 

Pistesle alias Pytislegh. A capital messuage, 120a. arable, 3a. meadow, 
a water-miU, and \0l. yearly rents of bondmen, held of the king in chief 
by service of the serjeanty of hunting the wolf, the fox and the 
badger ; 33s. yearly rents of villeins held of the abbot of Peterborough 
by service of ^ knight's fee ; and there is there a tenant who 
renders lib. pepper, and the pleas &c. of court are worth 65. yearly. 

Laxton. 151. \0s. yearly rent and a view of frank pledge, held of the king 
in chief by the service aforesaid. 

Bolewyk. &l. 16s. yearly rent held of the king in chief of the barony of 
Montgomery {Montis Gomery) by service of J knight's fee. 

Blatherwyk. The manor (extent given), including a wood in the forest, 
and 5s. 8d. from bondmen at Christmas for church-scot (chirseto), 
held of Richard Basset by service of a knight's fee. 

John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Huntingdon. Inq. Monday after the Purification, 25 Edw. I. 

Dilyngton. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot of Ramsey 
for a knight's fee. 

Heir as above, aged 34. 

[Essex.] Inq. made at Wytham, 5 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 

White Notle. The manor (extent given) held of the honour of Boulogne 

and the earl Marshal by service of rendering 38s. 8d. yearly to the said 

earl. 
(Unspecified.) 2a. land held of the prior of Tetford by service of rendering 

6d. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

[Hertford.] Inq. Monday after the Purification, 25 Edw. I. 

Hoimesdone. Part of the manor, viz. — a field called Godmundeshyde, 
held of Humphrey earl of Hereford by service of | mark yearly ; 
and the residue of the manor (extent given), held of Roger 
Lestrange {Extraneo) by service of \ knight's fee. 
Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 

Huntingdon. Inq. Monday after the Purification, 25 Edw. I. 

Great Gydding. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by the serjeanty of takiug (qd capiend') the hare, the fox, the cat and 
the wolf in the counties of Huntingdon, Northampton, Buckingham, 
Oxford and Rutland. 

Heir John Engayne the younger, as above, aged 26, 

C. Edw. I. File 80. (2.) 

419. Robert de la Val alias de Laval. 

Writ, 22 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne on Friday after 
St. Leonard, 25 Edw. I. 
Seton de Laval. The manor (extent given), including Id. the service of 
Sir Hugh de Laval for Neusum which is a hamlet of the said manor, 
and 6s. 8d. yearly rent from a tenement of the hospital of St. Mary 
in the same hamlet. 



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Dissington de Laval. The manor (extent given). 

Blaccalverdon. The town (extent given), including pasture called 

* le Smethe ' and lib. cummin of the service of Juliana de Copon. 
All held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Hertelaw. 100a. arable, 4 bondages and 10 cottages, held of the heirs 

of Adam de Jesemuth for homage and | knight's fee. 
Haljrwell. 2 marks yearly rent of the service of John the chaplain, 

25. 6d. of the service of John son of Robert, clerk, 2s. 6d. of the service 

of Jerman de HalyweU, and 65. of the service of Simon Bras, 

held of John de Balliolo for homage by doing suit at his court of 

Bywell every three weeks. 
Echewik. A moiety of a knight's fee of the service of Robert de Faudon, 

held of the heirs of Bolbek for homage by doing suit at their court of 

ByiveU every three weeks. 

He died on Wednesday -after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 
last. Margaret his sister, of the same father and mother, aged 30, is his 
next heir, and was married to Andrew de Smytheton, sixteen years ago. 

G. Edw. I. File 80. (3.) 



420. Joan de Huntynfeld. 

Writ (missing) [*7 Sept., 25 Edw. I]. 
Cambridge. Inq. made at Suuaveseye on Tuesday after All Saints, 

25 Edw. I. 
Bokeswrth. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, 

held of the king in chief by (service of) J knight's fee. 

Roger, son of her son William de Huntynfeld, aged 30 and more, is her 
next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 80. (4.) 

421. Walter de Ouresby. 

Writ (missing) [t26 June, 25 Edw. I]. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Elesham on Friday the eve of St. Bartholomew, 
25 Edw. I. 
Chsseby. A vacant plot in the place of a messuage, 4 bovates of land with 
the meadow pertaining to them, 25s. M. rents of free tenants, and 
12d. pleas &c. of court, held jointly with Isabel his wife, who still 
survives, of the inheritance of the said Isabel, of the king in chief 
by service of J knight's fee. 
WiUiam, son of the said Walter and Isabel, aged 3 at the feast of the 
Purification last, is their next heir. 



C. Edw. I. File 80. (5.) 



422. Richard son of John. 

Writ, 26 Sept. 25 Edw. I. 
Essex. In^. made at Maiden, 9 Nov. 25 Edw. I. 



* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, p. 391. 
t See Calendar of Fine EoUs, p. 387. 



282 INQUISITIONS. 



Fanbregg. The manor (extent given), including lid. from ' wardepanes,' 
held of Robert son of Walter in chief by service of 5| knights' fees, 
as pertaining to his manor of Shiringg, and 10s. 6d. yearly are due 
to be paid to the baihff of the hundred of Dans(eye). 

Maud de BeUocampo, countess of Warwick, eldest sister of the said 
Richard, Robert de Clifford, son of Isabel de CUfEord daughter of Isabel 
de Veteri Ponte, and Idonea, daughter of the same Isabel de 
Veteri Ponte the second sister, Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster 
{Wlvisirie, Ultonie, Hvlvestrie), son of Avelina the third sister, and Joan 
late the wife of Theobald le BotUer the fourth sister of the said Richard 
son of John, are his next heirs. 

Wilts. Inq. Saturday before SS. Simon and Jude, 25 Edw. I. 

Wynterslegh [alias Wjrntreslawe]. A manor (extent given), including 
405. for ' tethyngpeny ' at the views of hockday and the feast of 
St. Martin, and 98 hens for church-scot [cherceto), held of the king it; 
chief by service of rendering 201. yearly to the earl of Cornwall. 

Heirs unknown. 

Wilts. Inq. Monday after St. Luke, 25 Edw. I. 

Chyriel [Churiel]. A capital messuage with preserve &c., 400a. arable, 
35a. meadow, pasture, a wood, a water-miU, 27s. 2d. rents of free 
tenants, \\l. 165. 4d. rents of customers, their works, tallage, and gift 
at the views of hockday and the feast of St. Martin, 72 hens for 
church-scot {cherceto), lib. pepper and 3K>. cummin and 65. %d. pleas 
&c. of courts, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Maud, eldest sister of the said Richard whom William de BeUo Campo 
earl of Warwick married, Joan late the wife of Theobald le Boteler, sister 
of the said Richard, Robert de Clyfford kinsman of the said Richard, 
Richard de Burgo earl of Ulster {Ulvestrie) nephew of the said Richard, 
and Idonea late the wife of Roger de Leyborn niece of the said 
Richard, are his next heirs and are all 26 years of age and more. 

Devon, Inq. Sunday after All Saints, 25 Edw. I. 

Mortone. The manor (extent given), including a fuUing-mUl, held of the 
king in chief by service of a sparrowhawk or 25. at the exchequer 
at the feast of St: Margaret. 

The countess of Warwick, Joan late the wife of Nicholas (sic) Botiller, 
and the countess of Ulster (Holvester) are his next heirs and of fuU age. 

StTEBEY. Inq. Saturday the morrow of St. Luke, 25 Edw. I. 

Schaldeford alias Schadeford. The manor (extent given), including a park 
at Altfold [alias Alfold], held of the countess of Gloucester by service 
of a knight's fee, rendering 25. j^early for the guard of the castle of 
Tonebr(igge), and doing suit at the court of Blecchyngelegh every 
three weeks. 

Heirs as first above, of full age. 

SuEEEY. Inq. Sunday after St. Luke, 25 Edw. I. 

Schyre. The manor (extent given), including meadow called 
' Myntyngemed,' held of the earl of Warrenne by service of 7| knights' 
fees and doing suit at the court of Reygate every three weeks. 



EDWARD I. 28^ 



Vaccar' [alias la Vacherie]. A manor (extent given), including rents of 2 pairs 
of gilt spurs worth 12d., a pair of gloves price Id., and 12 barbed 
arrows worth 5d., pertaining to the manor of Schyre and held by the 
same service ; and the chaplain chanting in the chapel of Vaccar' 
receives U. ISd. yearly while he serves. 

Heirs as last above. 

Northampton. Inq Wednesday after St. Luke, 25 Edw. I. 

Multon. The manor (full extent given), including 7s. Id. from a custom 
called ' fisssilvir ' from the bondmen, and 10 capons from five bond- 
men of the tenancy of the prior of St'. Andrew's, Northampton, to have 
protection {pro advocacione habenda), held of Sir William Grimbaut 
and Sir John Engayne by service of 1 J knight's fee. 

Heirs as last above. 

Potterespirie [alias Potterspiry]. The manor (fuU extent given), including 
a park enclosed, a wood in the king's forest, and a ' moninday man ' 
who owes 52 works, held of the earldom of Eerrars by service of 
a knight's fee. 
Heirs as last above. 

BtrcKiNGHAM. Inq. Tuesday after SS. Simon and Jude, 25 Edw. I. (defaced.) 
W[haddon.] The manor (extent given) with the chase, including a wood 

in the chase of Horewod, held of the king in chief by service of 

a knight's fee. 
Synclesburwe [alias Cintleberwe]. The hamlet (extent given) held of the 

earl of Gloucester of the honour of Clare for J knight's fee. 

William de Jarpunvyle renders yearly 405. at the aforesaid manor, 

which rent Sir Richard son of John gave to Bartholomew de 

Wedon for life. 
Clayndon [alias Cleydon]. The manor (extent given), including a wood 

within the precincts of the forest of Bernewode, held of the king in 

chief by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Ayllesbury [alias Aylesbury]. The manor with the hamlet of Burton 

(extents given), including 237a. meadow on the wold {super 

Waldam), which can be mown in a wet summer but not in a dry, 

held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, and a fee farm of 

601. at the exchequer. 
Querdon [alias Quemdon]. The manor (extent given), including a wood 

withm the precinct of the forest of Bernewode and within the regard, 

and a rent of 16s. 6d. at Beldyngore, held of the earl of Hereford 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Agmundesham [alias Agmodesham] manor. A messuage, 180a. arable, 

. . . meadow, 35. lOd. yearly rents, 25. 6d. pleas &c. and . . . held of 

the earl of H[ereford by service of . .] 3s. 6d. yearly. Sir Philip 

de Vemey holds 10 marks yearly rent in the said manor ... for life. 

Heirs as last above. 

Writ, 26 Sept. 25 Edw. I. 
Lancaster. Inq. made at Preston in Aghmondemesse on Friday after the 
octave of the Purification, 26 Edw. I. 
Wytheton. One Theobald le Botiller, who held the manor of Wj^heton 
of Sir Edmund the king's brother by service of J knight's fee and by 



284 INQUISITIONS. 



service of 5s. yearly to the same Edmund, was bound to Richard son 
of John in 560 marks ; and because he had not the money wherewith 
to pay this sum, he dehvered the manor to Richard son of John 
to hold until the latter should have levied the money, or until the said 
Theobald or his heirs should have fully paid the same. Nicholas 
de Marisco baihff of the said Theobald dehvered seisin of the manor 
to Adam de Balderton attorney of the said Richard at the feast of 
St. Michael, 22 Edw. I ; and the said Richard died seised of the 
manor in form aforesaid ; he held nothing of any other in the county. 

Heirs as last above, each aged 24 and more. 

Extent or summary of the above manors &c. except Wytheton, with the 

variations there given within square brackets. 
Assignment of dower to Emma late the wife of the aforesaid Richard, 
viz. — 
BxTCKlNGHAM. The manors of Whaddon, Aylesbiry with the hamlet of 

Burton, and Quemdon. 
Surrey. The manor of Shaldeford with the park of AKold. 

The assignment was made with the assent of William de Bello 
Campo, but the attorneys of Robert de Clyfford and Idonea de 
Leybum did not consent, and Joan la ButiUer and the earl of Ulster 
came not. 

Similar extent with the addition of the manor of Shoppele, co. 

Southampton, to be divided into four equal parts and the fourth 

part to be divided into two. 
To Maud countess of Warwick are assigned the manors of Chiriel co. Wilts, 

and Potterespyry co. Northampton, except (preter) lOl. 15s. lOfd. 

of land and rent in the same manor. 
To Robert de Chflford and Idonea de Leybum the manors of Clydon co. 

Buckingham, and Multon co. Northampton, except 555. Id. rent in 

Multon. 
To Joan la ButiUere the manors of Shoppele co. Southampton, Fambrigg 

cOi Essex, and Shire with the hamlet called la Vacherie co. Surrey, 

except 14?. lis. rent in Shire. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. Alnewyk, 29 Jime, 26 Edw. I. 

Similar writ, Stryvelyn, 4 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton, 7 March, 27 Edw. I. 

Jerdel[e] [alias Yerdele]. A messuage and 4 virgates of land held by 
Henry Gobyon by service of \ knight's fee. 

Norfolk. Extent made at Lenne on Tuesday after St. Matthew, 26 Edw. I. 
Schouldham. The advowson of the priory. 

SuiTOLK. Inq. Thursday after the Epiphany, 27 Edw. I. 

Little Fakenham {alias Pakenham). A carucate of land held by WiLiam 
de Pakenham by service of a clove gillyflower yearly. 

Essex. Inq. miade at Maldone on Saturday before the Exaltation of the Holy 
Cross, 26 Edw.I. 
Tyllingham [alias Camsyd {sic)]. I knight's fee held by Roger de Camsyd 
of Sir John de Botetourte, who held of the said Richard son of John. 



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little Stanbrigg'. 1 knight's fee held by William de Suttone as wardship. 

Berghes. | knight's fee held by Sir John de Rocheford. 

Lamburne. | and J knight's fee held by William de Rynesle [alias de 

Rymesle]. 
Fambrigg'. The advowson of the church. 
Little Stanbrigg'. The advowson of the church. 
TyUebur[y]. The advowson of the hospital. 

Stai-ford. Inq. Wednesday after St. Nicholas, 27 Edw. I. 

Chilinton [alias Chilington] and la Hyde. A capital messuage &c., a 
carucate of land containing 120a. whereof 80a. are under corn 
(frumentales) and 40a. under rye (siliginose), a water-mill with two 
fishponds (vivariis), 12a. wood and pasture, 17s. 3^d. rents of free 
tenants, and 13s. 5d. of assised rent in viUenage, held by John 
Gififard of ChUinton by service of | knight's fee. 

WoRCESTBE. Inq. Thursday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 
27 Edw. I. 
North Pidele. The manor held by Henry de Seigrave. 
Pupplintone. A hide (hidata) of land held by Petronilla la Seneschal. 

Both held for a knight's fee of Richard son of John. 
Ridmarleye Adam. The manor held by John de Ridmarleye for 
^ knight's fee. 

Gloucester. Extent, Sunday, the eve of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 
26 Edw. I. 
Nategrave. The advowson of the church. 

BxTCKnsTGHAM. Inq. Saturday after the Epiphany, 27 Edw. I. 

Estaston, held of the manor of Querendon, of Richard son of John, by 

service of two parts of 1 knight's fee. 
Adinton. The manor held of the same manor by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Bottecleydon. A part of the manor held of the same manor by service 

of ^ knight's fee. 
SneUeshale [alias Sneweshale]. The advowson of the priory. 

Stjssex. Extent {undated) made at Wyndelham. 

Benefeld. A carucate of land held by John de Benefeld by service of 

1 knight's fee ; and a carucate of land held by Roger le Weps by service 

of 1 knight's fee. 
Pipsty. I knight's fee held of the aforesaid fees by Sir Hugh 

BardoK. 
Adelyngewrthe. The manor held of the aforesaid fees in frank almoin 

by the prior of Lewes for J knight's fee. 

Wilts. Inq. made at Wilton on Monday after St. Michael, 26 Edw. I. 

Wodeberwe. A capital messuage &c. and 6 virgates of land comprising 
96a. land, 2a, meadow, 18a. held by John de Grsmistede for life, and 
a virgate of land held by William de Schodewell, all held by Adam de la 
Ryvere for | knight's fee and | Imight's fee, and so it will be 
^ knight's fee (sic), by service of rendering scutage when it shall 
happen. 

Wodeberwe. The patronage of the church. 

Wynterslawe. The patronage of the church. 



286 INQUISITIONS. 



SoTTTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Winchester on Monday after the Exaltation 
of the Holy Cross, 26 Edw, I. 

[Lasham.] A carucate of land containing 120a., a capital messuage &c., 
40a. wood and pasture in the forest of Wyndelsor, assised rents of free 
tenants (named) and rents of 6 customers, held by the prior of 
Portsmouth {de Porta Muta) by service of | knight's fee, doing the 
foreign services when they shall happen. 

Lasham. A carucate of land containing 120a., a capital messuage &c., 
40a. wood and pasture in the forest of Wyndelsor, assised rents of 
free tenants (named), and rents of customers, held by John 
Dabemon by service of | knight's fee, doing the foreign services when 
they shall happen. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis dsc. 4 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Thursday after the Purification, 27 Edw. I. 

Skelbrok by le Sailes. A capital messuage, an alder grove, 102a. arable, 
4 bovates of land each containing 12a., a windmill and tenants 
(named), held by Edmund le Butiller by homage and a sparrowhawk 
(nisum) yearly of the said Richard son of John, who held of the earl of 
Lancaster by homage and suit at his court of Pontefract. 

Endorsed : Memorandum that with the consent of the parties a day is 
given a month after Easter for the assignment of dower to Emma 
late the wife of Richard son of John. 

Writ to the escheator to warn the co-heirs of the said Richard to be present 
in the chancery, if they think fit, on Sunday in Mid Lent next, the day 
appointed for the aforesaid Emma to receiver her dower according to 
the extent made by the escheator, 3 Feb. 27 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : That Maud de Beauchamp countess of Warwick, Robert de 
Clifford and Idonea de Leybum, the co-heirs, have been warned 
accordingly. 

Writ of plenius certiorari because the previous extent makes no mention 
whether Edmund le Butiller held of Richard son of John in Skelbrok 
by knight's service or not, 10 April, 27 Edw. I. 
YoEK. Inq. maide at York on Wednesday after the quinzaine of Easter, 
27 Edw. I. 

Skelbrok. Edmund le Butyler held \ knight's fee of Richard son of John, 
who held of the king in chief, by service of a sparrowhawk {nisi) 
yearly, and by doing for the king's scutage when it runs as much 
as pertains to J knight's fee. He had no other fees or advowsons 
in the bailiwick. 

Extent or summary of the above knight's fees and advowsons {undated), 
with the variations there given within square brackets, and the 
following additions : — 
Devon. Morton. The advowson of the church. 
Surrey. Shjrre. The advowson of the chxirch. 
Cranlegh. The advowson of the church. 
Altfold. The advowson of the church. 

Memorandum of partition of knights' fees among the co-heirs {undated). 
To the countess of Warwick are assigned : — 
Wilts. (Unspecified.) \ and | knight's fee held by Adam de la Ryvere. 



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Northampton. Yerdeleie. | knight's fee held by Henry Gobion. 
Worcester. Redemerleye. J knight's fee. 
Essex. Berghis. 1 knight's fee. 

Stafford. Chilinton. The reversion of ^ knight's fee held by John 
GifEard. 

To Sir Robert de Clifford and Lady Idonea de Leyburn are 
assigned : — 
Essex. Lamborne. | and J knight's fee held by Wilham de Rymeslee. 
Southampton. Lasham. ^ knight's fee held by the prior of Portesmuth. 
York. Scalbrok. | knight's fee held by Edmund le Botiller. 
Bxtckingham. Adington. The reversion of | fee. 

Estaston. Two parts of 1 knight's fee after the death of Emma late the 
wife of Richard son of John who holds them in dower of the 
inheritance &c. 

To Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, are assigned : — 
SoTTTHAMPTON. (Unspecified.) 1 knight's fee held by John Dabernon. 
Essex. Camsyde {sic). J knight's fee held by John Butteturte. 
Worcester. Northpidel. 1 knight's fee held by Henry de Segrave, 
assigned to the aforesaid Emma in dower. 

To Joan la BotiUere are assigned : — 
Sussex. [Benefeld.] 1 knight's fee held by Henry de Benefeld ; and 
1 knight's fee held by John Weps. 
Pippesty. J knight's fee. 

Adelworthe. ^ fee held by the prior of Lewes. 
Essex. Little Stanbrigg. 1 knight's fee held by WiUiam de Sutton. 
Buckingham. Bottecleydon. The reversion of i knight's fee after the 
death of the aforesaid Emma. 
Memorandum of advowsons of churches which the aforesaid Emma holds 
in dower. 

To the countess of Warwick, Robert de Chfford and Idonea de 
Leyburn is assigned (the reversion of) the church of Granele, co. Surrey, 
so that the countess shall present first and Robert and Idonea have 
the second presentation. 

To the earl of Ulster is assigned the reversion of the advowson of the 
church of Wedbyry, co. Wilts, which the aforesaid Emma holds in 
dower of the aforesaid inheritance. 

To Joan la BotiUere is assigned the reversion of the advowson of 
the church of Attefeld, which the same Emma holds in dower. 

Of the lands in Ireland which contain 40 townships, 13| townships 
of land are assigned to Emma late the wife of Richard son of John in 
dower, leaving 26 townships and two parts of a township, and so 
6 townships and a half, and a fourth part of two parts of a township, 
are assigned to each heir. 

Extract from the Originalia of 27 Edw. I viz. — 

Writ to the escheator, whereas according to thepartitiop, made in chancery 
with the assent of the heirs of the inheritance of Richard son of John, 
the king has assigned to Maud de Bello Campo, countess of Warwick, 
eldest sister and heir of the said Richard the manor of ChiryeU &c. 
and of the lands held in dower by Emma late the wife of the said 
Richard the manor of Quemdon, co. Buckingham, and 59s. lOd. 



288 INQUISITIONS. 



land and rent in the manor of Aylesbury, co. Buckingham, after the 
death of the said Emma, the said escheator is commanded &c. 
Westminster, 26 Oct. 27 Edw. I. 

C. Edw. I. File 80. (6). 

423. Edmxjnd the king's brothee. 

Writ to the escheator this side Trent, whereas the said Edmund on the 
contract of marriage between him and Lady Blanche, queen of 
Navarre, Campania and Brie, countess Palatine (Palentine), granted 
to her by letters patent, confirmed by the king, a third part of all 
his lands &c., and his whole right in the earldom of Ferrers, to hold 
in dower for her hfe ; the escheator is commanded forthwith to 
deUyer to the said queen what the said Edmund had in the said 
earldom, which is in the king's hand, to hold in dower ; and also 
to extend all the other lands &c. which the said Edmund held &c. 
in his bailiwick, and which are in the king's hand by reason of the 
minority of his heir, that the king may assign her dower thereof to 
the said queen, 3 July, 25 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Inq. made at Little Browton by Eylesbury on Thursday the 
feast of the Assumption, 25 Edw. I. 

Little Browton, Bebbegrave, Weston and Caldecote. The manor (extent 
given), including a free court at Weston every three weeks and two 
views of frankpledge yearly, held of the king in chief of the 
earldom of Leicester (service unspecified). 

Endorsed: Sum of these extents 6391. 3s. 5d., from which 114?. 16s. Id. 
are subtracted for the manors of Eeddleye, Menstreworth and 
Shapewyk, demised by Sir Edmund for hfe. Sum remaining clear, 
524?. 65. lOd., whereof a third part is llil. 15s. l^d. 

[♦Berks. Hungerford. The town (extent given) with a park and market.] 

Wilts. Extent, Sunday after the Assumption, 25 Edw. I. 

Everle and Coljmggebum Earl's alias Colynggeborn. The manors 
(extents given), tenure unspecified. 

Dorset. Inq. Thursday after St. Katharine, 26 Edw. I. 

Schapewyke. The manor (extent given), including a fair (nundine) on 
the feast of St. Bartholomew, and church-scot (cheresetto) of 60 hens 
and 20 cocks on the feast of St. Martin, held of the king in chief 
for IJ knight's fee, and granted by the said Edmund to Peter de 
Champayne for Hfe for 30^. yearly. 
Schapewyke. Three parts of a knight's fee are held by Peter de 
Champayne; I knight's fee is held by Richard de Haveringes ; 
and I knight's fee is held by John de la Granette ; all by service of 
scutage. 

No advowson of a church pertains to the said Edmund in the 
county. 

Warwick. Extent, Wednesday before St. Bartholomew, 25 Edw. I. 

Kenleworthe. The castle and mill with the dams {cum hayis), meadow 
land with moor, a park, herbage and pannage of a foreign wood, 

* Missing, but thus given in the Calendar printed in 180&. 



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20 marks assised rent, and pleas &c. of courts worth a mark, tenure 
unspecified. The custody of the castle exceeds the value of this 
extent by 100s. at least, besides works and the repair of the castle. 
There is in the county a view of frankpledge of the honour of 
Leicester worth 20s. yearly. 

Leicester. Extent {undated). 

Leicester. A chief manor in the town which is not extended propter 

recaptionem, 320a. land, 44a meadow, a hide of pasture, 34Z. 4s. 3J(f. 

rent of free tenants, free tenants outside the town rendering 39s. 6d. 

and lib. cummin yearly, two water-mills, and two windmills, with 

the ovens (furnis) of the town, pleas &c. of the court of Leicester 

and of the great foreign court of Leicester (magne curie Leyc' de 

forinces'), and tolls of the market (de foro). 
Hynkele. A manor (extent given), including pasture called Scydleye, 

an oven and toUs. 
Sculton [alias Shulton]. A manor (extent given), including the park of 

Tolowe [alias Tholawe], which is not extended because the earl's 

baihff has all his animals there at his will. 
Dersford. A manor (extent given), including a park. 

Sir Edmund paid from the manor of Leicester 29?. 17s. 5\d. in 

ancient alms. 
Leicester. The forest, which is worth \Ql. a year. 
Tenures unspecified. 

Endorsed : Memorandum of 40 marks which are rendered yearly from 
the manor of Gunthorp at the castle of Leicester and are not put 
in this extent. 

Stafford. Inq. Sunday after St. Margaret, 25 Edw. I. 

Lands and tenements in the foreign {in forinceco). of Newcastle, viz. — 

[Newcastle.] A capital messuage which is the site of a castle not built, 
surrounded by a great preserve (magnus vivarius), and 4a. meadow 
and a wood near Newcastle. 

Penkel. 8 bovates in demesne held by customers, 34 bovates held by 
18 sokemen, 144|a. held by the men of Penkel, a field called 'le 
Colhokesfeld ' with 5a. meadow in Wateleg, 38^a. on 'le Stuwes' 
held by the men of Newcastle, pasture called Gonemedemor, an 
enclosure (defensum), and a plot of meadow called ' le dungmemor ' 
and 8a. viUenage land held by 8 customers who do hay services 
jointly with 4 customers of Wlstaneton. 

Wlstaneton. 8 bovates of land in demesne held by 18 men, 8 men who ' 
hold 10 bovates, 4 customers holding 4 bovates who ought to do 
similar works with the 8 customers of Penkel ; waste lands 
enclosed and let (arrentatis) in the time of Ralph de Burgo and 
other baiMflfs, 127a. held by the men of Wlstaneton and Newcastle, 
' le Gosegrene,' a plot of land held by Ralph Wrchip, two meadows 
held by Ralph de Wlstaneton at will, 9 cottages, and a plot called 
' le Brademede ' held by Ralph Wrchip. 

Scheperug. 4 bovates of land held by 6 customers, 115|a. held by the 
men of Scheperug and Newcastle, 2 cottages and a water-mill. 

Claj^on. 16 bovates of land held by customers, 106^a. held by Walter 
Stoyl and others, 5 cottages and a httle plot called ' le Dunamemor.' 



290 INQUISITIONS. 



Schelton. lOJ ware of land containing 42 borates held by sokemen, 

Gl^a. of assart held at will by the men of Schelton, la. held by Walter 

de Boterton, 2a. in the lord's hand, a water-mill, 6 cottars (named), 

and a coal mine. 
Hanley alias Hanleg, held in fee by Robert lord of Hanley, who renders 

6s. yearly, and | mark for licence to enclose 31a. waste, and owes 

homage, wardship, marriage, relief, and suit every three weeks, and he 

shall find a man on foot in the castle for forty days at his own 

charges in time of war, but in time of peace he gives nothing for the 

said guard. 
Schertelyme. 1 69a. of enclosed waste, part held by the lord of Boterton, 

rendering 6s. yearly, and part held by the township of Boterton 

rendering .... 
Fenton, held in fee by Robert de Standon, rendering 7s. 4d. yearly 

and doing homage, and doing other services as the lord of Hanley 

above. 
Longeton, held as above by Roger de Bogenholt, rendering 5s. yearly, 

and for his foreign (alienis) lands lis. %d. 
Stafford. The burgesses render \2d. yearly on the feast of SS. Peter and 

Paul by the hands of the reeve of Penk[hull], and they used of old 

to render 2s. (?) 
Cnotton alias Curtton. The manor held by Peter de Arderne, Ranulph 

de Bromley and Robert de Cnotton for a knight's fee for ... . yearly, 

and they owe homage, wardship, relief, suit &o. 

Views of frankpledge are held twice yearly at the courts next after 

Michaelmas and Easter. 

Perquisites of the court are worth 40s. yearly. 

The ferry of ' la mere ' is worth 40d. yearly. 

The church of Stoke with its chapels, viz. : — Newcastle, Wytemor, 

Norton, Burwardeslym, and the chapel of St. Mary by the preserve 

{vivarium) of Newcastle, are in the lord's gift {spectant ad donationem 



The church of Wlstaneton with the chapel of Kel are likewise in 
his gift. 

Similar writ to the escheator beyond Trent, 3 Jidy, 25 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : Lancaster . . ., York . . ., Derby . . ., Northum- 
berland. 
Derby. Extent of the manor of Melebom, made on Sunday after the 
Assumption, 25 Edw. I. 

Meleborn. The manor (extent given), including a park and a several 
fishery in the river Trente, tenure unspecified. 

Derby. Extent of the lands and tenements late of Sir Edmund the king's 
brother, except the lands which are of the earlclom of Ferrars, made 
at Esseburn, on Saturday after the Decollation of St. John the 
Baptist, 25 Edw. T. 

Esseburn. The town held in fee, where there are two fairs, a market, 
toll, ferries and an oven, two mills, \2l. rent of tofts, 27a. meadow, 
a wood, and 60a. land in demesne. 

Underwode. 74s. l^d. rent of tenants in villenage. 

Bredlowe. 57s. lid!, rent of free tenants, 27s. H. rent of tenants in 
bondage, 50s. 6d. rent of tenants at will by the acre, works worth Is., 



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an enclosure {defensum) worth 10s., meadow, herbage, a toft, 3a. land 
and 9a. meadow. 

Benteleg. 37s. by weight rent of free tenants, and 22|<Z. blanch (de albo), 
iOd. rent of a mill, and Sd. from a small meadow. 

Thorp. 39s. 9Jd. rent of free tenants. 

MapUton. 4 Is. 2|rf. rent of free tenants. 

Esrton. 10s. 6|d. rent of free tenants. 

Hunsindon. 8s. 1^. rent of free tenants. 

Alsop. 45s. lid. rent of free tenants. 

PeverewyJ. 4 messuages, a bovate of land, 40s. rent by weight and 
3s. blanch, and 7s. 3d. rent of tofts. 

Hokenaston. 60s. 20d. rent by weight and 13s. ^. rent by tale {per 
numerum). 

Caldelowe. 2d. rent. 

Kersinton. 4/. 13^. rent. 

Crumford. 47s. |<i. rent. 

Snitterton. 22s. rent by weight and 13d. blanch. 

Wednesleg. 40s. rent of free tenants. 

Hopton. 37s. fd. rent of free tenants, 43s. 4d. rent of tenants in 
villenage, 5s. tallage of villeins, and 12d. for beaupleader {pukhre 
jdacitond'). 

]Middelton. 30s. 3d. rent. 

Over Bontesale. 30s. 3d. rent of free tenants. 

Wirkesworth. A capital messuage &c.. 100a. arable, 23a. meadow, 
24s. rent of free tenants by charter, 18^. 3J<?. rent of tenants without 
charter, 24s. rent of tenants of assart at will, 46s. 5^. rent of tenants 
by ancient tenure, 41. 13d. from tenants in bondage, 69s. rent of 
tenants of meadow at wiU, a fulling-mill, a water-mill, a market, a 
several pasture, 13s. 4d. tallage of tenants, and 3s. for beaupleader. 
The tenants of the wapentake give 121. insteaid of (pro) a palfrey. 

Yrton [alias Irton]. 72s. rent of free tenants. 

Matlok. 79s. IJd. rent of tenants of demesne land, 31s. Id. rent of 
tenants of le Forland,' 34s. 3d. rent of cottagers, 4/. 8s. 5|d. rent of 
tenants in villenage, rents of hens, an enclosure {defensum) worth 8s., 
a water-mill worth 4i., half a mark tallage of customers, and 
29s. 4|d. rent of free tenants. 

(Unspecified.) Pleas and perquisites worth 201. in common years. 

He had no other hmds in the baihwick, except the lands which 
he held of the earldom of Ferrars. 

York ; wapentakes of PiKBBifrG, Estngwaij) and Scalleby. Extent 
{undated). 
Kkeiing (extent given), including an insecure {dd>Ue) castle, a demesne 
meadow called ' Kingesheng," containing 40a. of which lOo. are 
reserved for the bailiff's horses, meadow in ' Constabilheng,' ' le 
Frith,' and Daleby, and the agistment of Daleby and adjacent 
dales, the turbary of Watmor, the park of Blaundebi, toUs of the 
market, works called ' lovebones,' rents of burgages, lands &c. let 
at will {arrentat' ad voluntatem) in Gothelaund and Alenetoftes and 
in the forest, works of ilidelton called ' waterbones,' 61s. 2d. rent of 
the barony, 2s. from the view of frankpledge of Levisham, 63s. 4d, 
paid by the earl Marshal for his bailiwick of Scaleby, works of fencing 



292 INQUISITIONS. 



{hurcinii), pleas &c. of the wapentake, of the baiUwick of Pikering 
and of the forest, 4 bovates of escheat late of Thomas de Floxton and 
6 bovates which the king recovered by writ of quo warranto in 
Scalleby, 9s. from 12a. in Gothelaund which Robert le Ridere and 
William Laiuiceleved held, a mUl, 3 bovates of land in Scaleby, 
and 5s. from the marsh of Folketon ; and amongst deductions there 
are 60s. for the maintenance of a chaplain in the castle celebrating 
for the souls of the king's predecessors, and 20s. for her life to 
Sapientia formerly Sir Edmund's nurse. 
Esingwald and Hoby. The manor, worth 41Z. 14s. 5^d. yearly in assised 
rent, and 40s. yearly in pleas &c. of court. 

Lancaster; watentakb of Atjmondeenesse. Extent made on the morrow 
of the Assumption, 25 Edw. I. 
Singelton. The town worth 211. yearly. 
Rigby. The town worth 19Z. lis. yearly. 
Le Wra. Free tenants. 
Preston. The borough renders 15Z. yearly. 
Hodersale. The town renders 5s. yearly. 
Halston. The town renders 4s. yearly. 
Grymeshargh. The town renders 3s. yearly. 
Rilbilton. The town renders 8s. yearly. 
Assheton. The town renders 10s. yearly. 
Lee. The town renders 40(Z. yearly. 

(Unspecified.) WUliam (sic) de Clifton renders 40s. yearly. 
Thornton. The town with its members renders 20s. yearly. 
Haconeshowe with Preshowe. The town renders two crossbows (albastr') 

yearly. 
Stalmyn with Staynel. The town [renders] 10s. yearly. 
Hamelton. The town renders 405. yearly. 
Gosnargh. The town renders 18s. 8d. yearly. 
Brogton. The town renders 8s. yearly, and lOs. for having common in 

the forest of Fulwode. 
Halgton. The town renders 2s. yearly. 
BiUisburgh. The town renders 2s. yearly. 
Singelton. The abbot of Cokersand holds the grange and renders 

20s. yearly. 
Staynyng. The abbot of WhaUay holds the grange and renders 4s. yearly. 
Plumpton. The town renders 17s. id. yeariy. 
Fyssewyk. The town renders 7s. 8d. yearly. 
Great Merton renders 5s. yearly. 
Little Merton renders 10s. yearly. 
Laton with its members, held by WiUiam le Botiller by knights' service, 

rendering 10s. yearly. 
(Unspecified.) ^ knight's fee held by Theobald le Botiller, rendering 

5s. yearly ; i knight's fee held by Ingram de Gynes, Walter de 

Faucomberge and Marmaduke (sic), rendering 5s. yearly ; and a 

knight's fee held by Adam de Frekelton rendering 10s. yearly. 
Kelgrimeshargh and Brynyng, held by the heir of Bethum rendering 

2s. 6d. yearly. 
Warton renders 3s. 4d. yearly. 
Clahgton renders 2s. 2d. yearly. 



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Fulwode. The forest worth a mark yearly. 
Blesedale [alias Bleysdale]. The forest worth 2| marks yearly. 
Mirescowe [alias Mirescou]. The forest worth 20s. yearly. 
Aumondemesse. Pleas of the wapentake worth 20s. yearly. 

Lancaster ; wapentake oe Lottnesd[ale]. Extent, Wednesday the eVe of 
the Assumption, 25 Edw. I. 

Lanc[aster]. A capital messuage, viz. the castle &c., two parks capable 
of sustaining 12 mares with three years' progeny besides deer, 
pasturage &c. of the forest besides Wyresdale, twenty places of 
vaccaries and four places ' sicsewarde,' whereof each can support 
60 beasts, in Wyresdale, and a water-mill on the river Lon of which 
John de Parkes holds a moiety for life without rent ; the borough 
held by the burgesses at a yearly rent of 20 marks ; and rents of the 
town in fee (extent given with names of tenants), including a 
tenement in ' le Hehefeld ' and a tenement called ' le MUnefeld.' 

Tenants in barony :— 12J carucates of land held by Ingram de 
Gynes and Christiana his wife, rendering 5s. yearly and doing suit 
at the county (court) and the wapentake of the castle of Lancaster ; 
6 carucates of land held by Lady Margaret de Ros rendering 22^d. 
to the castle of Lancaster and owing no suit ; and 2 carucates of 
land held by Sir John de Bella Aqua rendering 2^d. yearly ; all 
of whom render 2|d. in common. 

Fumeys. 12 carucates of land held by the abbot of Furneys in frank 
almoin ; and the land of Michael Flemingge held by the same abbot 
of Sir Edmund, rendering lOl. yearly. 

Halverston or Holverston in Fumeys. The manor which is held by 
John de Huddeleston for Hfe by the demise of Ingram de Gynes and 
Sir John de Lancastre, who render lOd. for the same for the guard of 
the castle of Lancaster. 

Tenants by knight's service: — 

(Unspecified.) 24 carucates of land held by Margaret de Nevyl in 
knight's service in the fee of Horneby for homage and scutage when 
it occurs ; and 9 carucates of land held by Sir WiUiam de Dakre 
for homage and service, rendering 61. 9s. id. yearly . 

Tatam and Yrby. 2 carucates of land held by John de Tatam for homage 
and service, doing suit at the county (court) and wapentake and 
rendering 18s. yearly. 

(Unspecified.) 2 carucates of land held by Roger de Croft for homage 
and service, doing suit as above and rendering 10s. yearly at the 
castle of Lancaster. 

Claghton alias Claughton and Over Kellet. A carucate and 2 bovates 
of land held by the same Roger, rendering 5s. 9d. yearly ; and a 
carucate and 2 bovates of land held by WiUiam de Claughton for 
homage and service, doing suit as above and rendering 5s. 9d. yearly. 

Caton and Litteldale. 2 carucates of land held by John de Caton for 
homage and service, rendering 26s. 8d. yearly. 

Over Kellet, Burue and Hesam. Lady Joan de Dakre holds there for 
homage and service doing suit as above and rendering yearly 205. Id. 
and a sparrowhawk or 6d. 

Kellet. 3 carucates of land held by serjeanty by Orm de Kellet who 
is bailiff of fee for making attachments pertaining to the crown and 



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the lord of the land, for homage and service, rendering 95. 4d. 
yearly. 

Halton. 16a. land of ahenated serjeanty held by B[artholomew ?] del Grene, 
rendering AOd. yearly. 

Pulton. A carucate of land held by John le Gentyl, rendering 15s. yearly. 

Bare. | carucate of land held by Gilbert de Waleton, Agnes his wife, 
and Emma her sister, rendering 8s. yearly, by two mesnes. 

Thoresholme. A messuage &c. and 80a. land and meadow, held by 
Sir Edmund in demesne ; and a carucate of land, except 80a. 
which Sir Edmund held, held by Alan de Paries for homage, rendering 
6s. 4cZ. yearly. 

OxcHve. Three parts of a carucate of land held by WiUiam de OxcKve 
for homage and serjeanty of finding a carpenter in the castle of 
Lancaster with the lord's carpenter, when necessary, and he shall 
receive a penny a day from the lord's purse and does suit at the 
county fcourt) and wapentake and renders 9d. yearly instead of 
plough service {pro arrura) to the reeve of Skerton : the fourth part 
of the carucate is held by Sir William de Dakre and used to render 
I mark yearly, which Sir Edmund remitted to Sir Edmund de 
Dakre, father of the said WiUiam. 

Bolton. 4 bovates of land held by [the prior of Lancaster*] rendering 
9s. \Qd. to the chief lord yearly ; 2 bovates of land held by 
William son of Simon, rendering 65. yearly and doing suit at the 
county (court) and wapentake, and homage ; 2 bovates of land held 
by John son of Ede by the like services ; 12a. land held by the heir 
of Fraunceys, rendering 1 Is. 8ti. yearly, and doing suit &c. as above ; 
two fees, that of Durbald and that of Adam son of Gilbert, whereof a 
moiety of each is held by the prior of Lancaster, rendering 9s. \0d. 
yearly, and the other moiety held by Thomas Travers, which two fees 
owe suit (as above) and render 95. lOd. yearly ; 2 messuages and 
39a. Ir. land held by Sir Edmimd in demesne ; and a water-mill 
which renders 40s. yearly. 

Middilton. A carucate of land held by Orm de Kelle and Eufeme his 
wife, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly ; a carucate of land held by Lady 
Joan de Dak[re] and Richard de Riggemaydta, rendering 13s. 4rf. 
yearly ; and a carucate of Jand held by Wilham de Burgo, rendering 
%\d. yearly and doing suit at the county (court) and wapentake. 

StappUteme. 3 carucates of land held by the abbot of Fumeys 
rendering 405. yearly ; and a tenement called ' Douneflat ' held by 
the same rendering 4s. yearly. 

Skerton. 30a. land held by Laurence son of Thomas Lancastre, rendering 
6s. M. yearly ; a tenement held by the abbot of Fur[neys], rendering 
40cZ. yearly ; a tenement called ' Ricardlandes,' held by Alan de 
Paries, rendering 6s. M. yearly ; 241^a. land and 8a. 3r. meadow in 
demesne in Skerton ; la. \r. meadow in demesne by Bars ; 2s. &d. 
' coumale ' for the township of Gerssingham ; l&d. from Thomas 
Travers, 4,Qd. from Alan de Paries, and \2d. from Thomas de Bohrun 
for ploughing in Skerton, and M. for the same from the lands of the 
abbot of Fumeys and Laurence son of Thomas de Lanc[astria] in 
Kerton ; M. yearly from Laurence son of Thomas for la. in fee, 
and 16s. called ' coumale ' from the whole town of Skerton every third 
"■ This name may have been deleted. 



EDWARD I. 295 



year for two cows ; 10 bovates of land held in bondage each worth 
1 mark ; and 12 cottars, who render 15s. Gd. yearly. 

Sline. 80a. land held by Thomas Travers, a free tenant, rendering 8s. 
yearly ; and 16 bovates of land held in bondage. 

Hest. An escheat called Hest with a mill, worth 61. 14s. 4:d., and 8s. 
free rent of the same (libera firma ejusdem). 

Overton. 40a. land held by Robert the reeve as reeve {in provostria), 
who is reeve in fee to do the service of that office, and owes homage 
and relief ; a bovate of land held by John son of Robert son of 
Ricoun, rendering 8s. l^d. yearly ; 2s. ' coumale ' from Robert the 
reeve ; 144a. land and other lands (extent given) in demesne, 
10 bovates held in bondage, and I6d. ' coumale ' from the 
same ; 9 cottars ; fisheries held by WilHam de Oxclive, the 
keeper of Kokirham, and Hugh son of John, each rendering 2s. 
yearly ; and ^d. yearly from the poor of Overton for shearing (?) 
{pro cissura). 

Lanc[aster]. The church held in frank almoin by the prior of Lancaster, 
with its chapels and two manses {manciones), viz. Aldechve and 
Neuton. 

Nethirhessam. A carucate of land similarly held by the same prior. 

[Unspecified.] A carucate of land similarly held by the leprous brethren 
of Lancaster, and a manse in Lancaster. 

Lanc[aster]. A messuage and 12a. land held for homage by Philip 
Blound of Lanc[aster], who is carpenter in fee in the castle of 
Lancaster with the lord's carpenter and ought to have {capiat) Id. 
a day from the lord's purse. 

Orm de Kellet is bailiff in fee and appoints {facit) under him six 
Serjeants, two in Furn[eys] and Kertemel, two in Lounesd[ale], and 
two beyond the wood. It is worth 100s. yearly. 

Perquisites of the wapentake of Lounesd[ale] are worth 40s. 
yearly, perquisites of the demesne court 1 mark, and perquisites 
of the county (court) in the wapentake of Lounesd[ale], 20s. 

Bolrun. 4 bovates of land held by Thomas de Bolrun for homage, doing 
suit at the county (court) at the wapentake, and rendering 5s. yearly ; 
a bovate of land held by the same Thomas, rendering 3s. 8d. yearly ; 
and 3 bovates of land held by the abbot of Kokirsaund, which owe 
6s. 8d. yearly to the lord. 

Extent or summary of the lands &c., late of Edmund the king's brother 
on this side Trent, except the lands of the earldom of Ferrars and 
certain lands not yet extended, viz. — the foregoing lands, with 
the variations there given within square brackets, and the following 
additions, — 

Berks. (Under Hungerford) 2 watermills, a fishery and toll of the market. 

Leicester. (Under Leicester manor) lands &c. in Dodeford, Esseby and 
LiUeburn, co. Northampton. 

Extent of the lands &c. beyond the Trent, except those in Northumberland, 
as above. 

Transcript of vfrit to John Driel and Richard de Norht(hampton), late 
sub-escheator in co. Northampton, to extend the lands &c., knights' 



296 INQUISITIONS. 



fees and advowsons, which were of the said Edmund, of the earldom 
of Derby, in co. Northampton, 25 April, 26 Edw. I. 

Northampton. Extent made by virtue of the above writ, 13 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Hecham Fereris. A capital messuage, lands, rents &c. (extent given), 
including a fishery pertaining to the miUs, 10s. Id. rent of free 
tenants at Caldecote, and rents of customers at Caldecote and 
Chelviston, a market, a fair on the feast, of St. BotuM, and plea,s 
&c. of the foreign hundred, view of frankpledge, and hahnote. 
And by charter of the said Edmund there are 205. yearly for 
life in alms to Roger the chaplain celebrating divine service. 
Rissinden. A grange &c. lands, rent, &c. (extent givrai), including 

2 mills, a park, and pleas &c. of the court and halmote. 
Raundes. A messuage &c., lands, rents &c. (extent given), including 59s. 
and a pair of gUt spurs, rent of freemen in Raundes, Stanewigge, 
Rigstede, and Hargrave, and pleas &c., with the halmote &c. 
Irencestre with its members, Cnoston, Wolaston, Pedurton, Bosegate and 
Eston. 4?. 15s. rent of freemen, 47s. \d. rent of sokemen, 2 water- 
mills, works, aids and pleas &c. of the halmote &c. 

Knights' fees of the fee of Ferrars, and advowsons : — 
Stanewigge. \ knight's fee held by WUham Waldessef. 
Raundes. J Iniight's fee held by Saier de Raundes ; | knight's fee 

held by Ralph de Normanvyle ; and \ knight's fee held by 

James de Audele. 
Hargrave. \ knight's fee held by Katherine de Sauston. 
Rigstede. | knight's fee held by John Andrew; and | knight's 

fee held by Hugh de Rigstede. 
Chelviston and Caldecot. 1 knight's fee and ^ knight's fee held 

by Richard Syward. 
Quenton and Little Dodinton. 1 knight's fee held by Laurence 

de Preston. 
Bosegate. | knight's fee held by the abbot of St. James's without 

Norht[hampton] ; and -^^ knight's fee held by Robert the 

clerk. 
Irencestre. |^ knight's fee held by Margery de Keryel. 
Famedys. ^^ knight's fee held by the same. 
Cestre. ^o knight's fee held by William de Echengham. 
Bedford. Cnottinge. \ knight's fee held by Hugh Bossard. 
Northampton. Rissinden. J knight's fee held by Richard 
Ringstede. \ knight's fee held by Roger Barbedor. 
Tichemers. 1 knight's fee held by John Lovel. 
Wolaston and Strixton. 2 knights' fees held by Robert de Bray, 

but they are not of the fee of Ferrars or of the earldom of 

Derby, but Sir Edmund acquired those fees from Sir William 

de Cugeho. 
Hecham. The advowson of the church. 
Raimd[es]. The advowson of the church. 
Irencestre. The advowson of the church. 

Leicester and Lincoln. Extent of tenements, rents, fees, courts and 
advowsons of churches of the fee of Ferars in the soke of Stapilford, 
CO. Leicester, and of the same fee in co. Lincoln, made on Monday 
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Leicester. Torp and Wymondham. A Adrgate of land in the fields which 
the earl had of the gift of Robert Pajm. 
Stapilford. Two parts of a bovate of land with the reversion of the third 
part, which he had of the gift of Ivo Stok ; 18s. 9d. and l|fl!>. 
cummin worth Id., rents of free tenants in the soke ; and a court 
every three weeks worth 34s. a year. 

Ejaights' fees : — 
Edmondthorpe (Torp Edmundi). | fee held by Sir Robert de 
Tibetot for homage ; and \ and Jg fee held by Richard de 
Casterton for homage and suit. 
Wymondham. | fee held by Sir WiUiam Hamelyn for homage and 
suit ; \ fee similarly held by the same WiUiam, Hugh de Purle, 
and WUliam de Charnehs. 
Coston. 1 fee held by Sir Thomas de Berkele for homage and 100 

gold threads or 6c?. 
[Unspecified.] ^ fee held by the heirs of SenescaU' of Edmondthorpe 

(Tor Edmundi) for homage and 4s. yearly rent. 
Stapilford. | fee held by the heirs of John MarescaU for homage 

and suit. 
[Unspecified.] \ fee held by William Gaugy le Rous for homage 
and 6d. yearly ; ^ig knight's fee, sometime of Adam Senesc(al) of 
Stapilford, held by Master Hugh Hamelyn and Thomas Arreby, 
owing homage. 
Saxeby. ^ fee of the land of Belawe held for homage and \2d. 

yearly. 

Sewsteme. ^ fee in the hands of two [men] for homage and suit. 

Stapilford and Saxeby. 2 carucates of land in demesne, 10 virgates 

in viUenage and 4 cottages, held by Sir William de Wesci in chief, 

service unknown. 

StapiKord, Edmondthorpe {Torp Edmundi) and Wymonham. The 

advowsons of the churches. 
Coston, Stapilford, Wjmiondham. Portions [of the churches]. 
Lincoln. Wadington. Lands &c. and fishery in demesne, worth 4J,. lOs., 
26 J bovates and | bovate of land in villenage, free tenants and cottagers, 
125. for 'tolecestre,' to wit for the ale which he ought to have from 
brewers whenever they brew, and a court worth 25. yearly. 
Beltisford. Lands &c. and fishery in demesne, worth 6Z. 8s., 10 bovates 
of land in villenage, cottagers, free tenants, and 8d. from those in 
his protection {de illis qui sunt in protecfdone svu), and a court worth 
6d. yearly. And they beg to be allowed to give in aid at Michaelmas 
1 mark as they have given before and have for long been accustomed 
to give. 
Donyngton. Lands &c. in demesne worth 4Z. ISs. 6d., 19 bovates of 
land in villenage, free tenants, cottagers, 15d. yearly from those in 
his protection, a court worth 3s. yearly, and a wood. And they beg 
to be allowed to give at Michaelmas 20s. in aid. 
Gowesby. 12s. ll|d. rents and works of vUleins and cottars. 
AJkebarue. 81. 8s. yearly rents. 

Hwytone by Humbre. 1 knight's fee, service unknown. 
Gretham by Hornkastre. A court worth in common years 41. yearly; 
to which pertain 14^ knights' fees held by Philip de Kyrne of the 
earl ; 3 fees held by Sir John Gobaud and his parceners ; 3 fees held 



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by Sir John de Horreby ; 3 fees held by Sir Peter de Legbom ; 
2 fees less J fee held by Henry de Legbom ; and 3 fees less J fee held 
by WiUiam de Assefordeby ; all held by homage and suit. 

[Lancaster ;] wapentake of West Derby. Ivq. Wednesday in Whitsun 
week, 26 Edw. I (defaced). 

[West] Derby. The manor (extent given, with names of tenants by 
charters), including the site {plcKia) of an old castle where there 
is usually a capital messuage surrounded by dykes (cum circuitu 
fossatm-um), a field called Harhum, and 2s. paid for entiy with his 
cattle to ' k Wormestal ' within the forest, tenure unspecfiied. The 
prior of Byrkeheved is one of the tenants named. 

Wavertre. 15 bovates of land let to farm, Ilia. 1^. of land enclosed 
from waste (de approwam') held by the tenants of the township, 
and a bovate of land held by Roger de ThingweU by charter. 

ThingweU. 8 bovates of land held by WiUiam son of Roger de ThingweU 
of ancient acquisition (de antiqvo conquestu), rendering a mark yearly. 

Everton. 24 bovates of land held by the heirs of Everton, rendering 
41. 16s. yearly, and 34ja. l^r. improved waste, rendering 17s. Sjd. 
yearly. 

Lyverpol. 81. 7s. 6d. assised rent, 10s. from the garden and dovecot, 
26s. 8d. from a ferry across the Meresse, a water-miU, a windmill, 
lOZ. from the fair (nundine), toUs of the market (fori) and foreign 
tolls, and 40s. perquisites of court &c. 

Great Crosseby. An eighth part of the town held by Nicholas Blundel of 
ancient acquisition rendering 10s. yearly ; a part of three bovates, 
late of Simon de Waleton by charter, held by [*Simon de Wal . . . . ] by 
doing a moiety of a suit at the wapentake and rendering 10s. yearly, 
and a part held by Thomas Banastre by doing the other part of 
the suit and rendering . . . . ; 21 bovates held of the lord by the men 
of the town who render 41. ; and a field held by the same. 

Gerstan, formerly held by Adam de Gerstan . . ., and now in the earl's 
hand (by reason of the minority of the heir ?). 

[t Derby. The forest with the woods of Cropthale and Symmondeswode. 
Fees of foresters with the profits of the said forest.] 

Derby and Leyland. 2 knights' fees held by WiUiam le Botiller 

Mak[erfeld], held by the heir of Robert Banastre for 1 knight's fee (?), 
rendering 10s. for .... and ward (?).... 30s. 

[fSefton.] ^ knight's fee held by Richard de Molyneus of Sefton, 
rendering 10s. yearly (?) for suit &c. WiUiam le Deman (?) does 
suit &c 

Lathum, held by Robert de Lathum, rendering 20s. and doing two suits. 

Hurleton and Sharesbrek, held by the same, rendering 8s, yearly. 

Bykerstath, held by Ralph de Bykerstath, rendering 5s. yearly and 
doing suit. 

Fomeby. A moiety held by William son of Richard de Waleton by 
charter, rendering 34s. 8d. yearly; and the other moiety held by 
the heirs of Richard son of Roger, rendering 4s. 8d. 

Dytton, held by John de Dytton and his parceners, rendering 20s. yearly. 
Stephen does suit. The same holds a selion for 6d. 



* This name may have been deleted. 

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Thingewell, held by William son of Roger rendering a mark yearly. 
Bolde, held by William le Botiller, rendering 10s. yearly. And Bolde 

does suit. 
Uplytherlond, held by John Welsh {Walensis), rendering 10s. yearly. 
*Gerstan. The heirs of Adam de Gerstan render 20s. for Gerstan. 

And it does suit. 
Botle. The heirs of Robert de Bethum render 8s. 8d. for Botle. 
Dimlythl(ond), Richard le Mol' of Sefton renders 205. for Dunlythl(ond), 

and two tenants do suit. 
Holand, held by the heirs of Roger de Dunholand, rendering 18s. 

yearly, and doing suit. 
Ravenesmel, held by WiUiam de Legh, rendering 16s. yearly. 
MeUing and Upholand. The heirs of Jordan de Hukton render 10s. for 

Melling, and 12s. for Upholand. 
Burton Wode, held by William le Botiller, rendering Id. yearly. 
Miryvall (sic), held by the abbot of Myrivall in frank almoin. 
Smetheden. The church (?) held by the prior of St. John's, Chester, 

in frank almom. 
William son and heir of Richard de Walton, a minor and in the lord's 
wardship, ought [to be] baihfE in fee of the crown and to hold the master 
serjeanty {magistram serjantiam) of the whole wapentake of Derby from 
the lord ; and he ought to provide (habere) a bailiff on horseback, himself 
or another, and two underbailiffs on foot to perform the said office. 
There used to be a bailiff in fee to perform the office in the wapentake 
who had 2 bovates of land in Derby, which are now in the lord's 
hand. 

The lord has a baiUff at will (ad voluntatem) on horseback and one on 
foot to do the office in the wapentake ; which office is worth 2 marks ; 
and the perquisites of the wapentake are commonly worth 100s. 

Nottingham. Extent, Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 
26 Edw. I. 
Gunthorp. The manor, held by John de Monte Forti, rendering 40 marks 
yearly to the said Sir Edmund, is now in the hand of Sir Edmund's 
executors by reason of the minority of the heir of the said John. 

Derby. Extent of lands &c. late of the said Edmund belonging to the 

honour of Tuttesbury, made on Monday after St. John ante Portam 

Latinam, 26 Edw. I (partly defaced). 
Scropton. Rents of free tenants, customers, cottars and other tenants 

at will, tallage and a turbary on the heath ; sum, 271. I3d. 
Duffeld. The manor (extent given), including 2a. meadow in Bentimedue. 
Sothewode. Rents of free tenants and customers, including works due 

for having a way to a spring, tallage, and pleas &c. ; sum 

14Z. 15s. 9|d. 
Holebrok. Rents of free tenants and customers, including 4d. for the 

easement of a way to a spring, tallage, pleas &c. ; sum il. 19s. lid. 
Heuegge. Rents and services of free tenants and bondmen, tallage, 

works and pleas &c. ; sum 15Z. 8s. lOJd. 
Beaurepeir. The manor (extent given), including 21a. Ir. pasture in 

Milleye. 

* Entry deleted. 



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Allerwasle. Rents of free tenants and other tenants at will and 
customers, tallage, a mill, the hill (?) (molera) of ' le RenecUflf,' 
worth 151. in common years, pleas &c. ; sum 42?. 17s". 6|d. 

Edricheshay. Rents of free tenants and customers there and at le Hurst, 
tallage, pleas &c. ; sum 81. llfd. 

Neubugg[ing]. Rent of freemen, customers and tenants at will, a water- 
mUl, tallage, pleas &c. ; sum 91. 2s. Id. 

Holonde. Rents of freemen, customers and cottars, including IU>. 
cummin from Norman de Bjnigham, rents of waste lands, tallage, 
pleas &c. ; sum 61. 6s. 2fd. 

Du£E[eld]. The forest. Extents of the wards of, Beaur[epeir], including 
herbage in Land', a park called Denebihuyme and a mine of sea coal ; 
Duff [eld], including the park called ' le Champein ' ; Holond, including 
the parks of Ravenesdale where there is a manor, and Maunsel ; and 
[Co]ldebroc, including the fishery of EccUsborne, the park of Schot- 
hull, a close called Wolston, and the park of SeyvendecUf . 

Hertindon. The manor (extent given), including a mill which Richard 
de Acovere (?) holds at fee farm, the miU of Lodewell, a fulling-mill, 
and a lead mine. 

Croudecote. The manor (extent given), including the null of Bocstones (?) 
and the ferry of Contedene. 

Peurwich. A tenement newly bought with agistment on the 
moor. 

Bontissale. [The manor] (extent given), including 65. 8d. yearly paid 
by the abbot of Buldewas for pasture for 400 sheep on the moor. 

Brassington. Rents of customers and tenants at wUl, turbary and heath 
on the moor, pleas &c. ; sum 161. 6s. Id. 

Spondon. Rents of free tenants and others ; and 26s. 8d. paid by 
tenants of the manor of ancient fine at the two great courts, 
and 7d. by tenants in Maperleye ; sum 14Z. 6s. 5|d. 

ApUtre hundred cum perinplemento. 81. 3s. 5d. yearly for sheriff's aid 
paid by the tenants, 2s. yearly rent of Norman de Bingham for a 
sparrow hawk, watches not kept {vigile non observate) worth 40s., 
26s. 8c?. paid yearly by the bailiff of the hundred to have his 
office for life, and pleas and perquisites ; sum 211. 12s. Id. 

Gresel[e] himdred. 56s. sheriff's aid, pleas and perquisites ; sum 61. 16s. 

Neubold. A rent worth, with perquisites of court, U. 12s. yearly. 

Duffeld. The advowson of the church. 

Knights' fees held of the same Edmund in divers counties : — 

Stafford, Lbicestbb and Derby. Crakemers and Combrugg, co. Stafford, 
Worthington, co. Leicester and Herteshorn and Fomiwerk, 
CO. Derby, held for 4 knights' fees by Theobald de Verdon, who 
holds elsewhere of the king in chief. 

[Stafford.] Astonisfeld. 1 fee held by Hugh Despensarius, who holds 
elsewhere of the king in chief. 

Stafford &c . Herlaston and an assart by Ansidel, co. Stafford, Chirchull, 
CO. Oxford, Haddon and Basselowe, co. Derby, and Adestok, 
CO. Buckmgham, held for 4^ fees and 7^ fee by Richard de Vernon, 
who holds elsewhere of the king in chief, but of the fee of Peverel 
and not of the crown. 

[Stafford.] Chebbeseie. The manor held by Robert de Hastang for 
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Stafford &c. Clifton, co. Stafford and Sohepe and Grendon in other 
counties. The manors held for 3 knights' fees by GreofiErey de 
Canvill, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief. 
[Stafford.] Alstonesfeld. 1 knight's fee held by Ralph de Vernon, 
who holds elsewhere of the king. 
Sondon. The manor with Draicote, Cressewell and le Leyes, held for 
1 knight's fee by WilUam de Sta£f[ord], WiUiam le Botiler and 
Richard de Draicote. 
Whichenore. The manor with Sirescote, held by Edmund de Somer- 

vill for 2 knights' fees, of the little fees of Mortain. 
Tonstal and Neubold, held for ^ knight's fee by the same, who 

holds elsewhere of the king in chief. 
Lockesle. The manor held for J knight's fee by Thomas de Ferrar[iis]. 
Rodelowe. ^ knight's fee held by Robert de Knighteleye. 
Modiesmor. Land, and 10a. land within (suhtiis) the forest, held by 

Adam the hunter (venator) for ^ knight's fee. 

Condesl[e]. The tenements late of Hugh de Ferrar[iis] held by the 

same Adam for ^ knight's fee. 

Stafford &c. Falede co. Stafford, Lokenge, co. Berks (Barcsire), and 

Fifhide co. Oxford, held by Stephen de Gorgon for \\ knight's fee. 

Leicester. Dichesworthe. Three parts of 1 fee held by the same in 

service. 
[Stafford.] Mercington. Tenements in the assarts of Mercington held 
by Stephen de Wodeforde for ^ knight's fee ; and ^ knight's 
fee in the manor held by William le Chaundos. 
[Unspecified.] The tenements late of WiUiam de Roll' held by 
WiUiam de Eginton, Robert de Ettewell, and WiUiam de Roll' 
for -^ knight's fee. 
Mercington. Land held by Henry the cook {cocvs) for -^ and -^ 

knight's fee. 
Rodelowe. Tenements held by the heir of Ralph de Burgo for ^ 

knight's fee. 
Le Horecros. Tenements held by Robert de Melebome for \ knight's fee. 
Draycote. The land late of Andrew de JarpenviU held by Thomas 

de Pipe through his wife for ^g knight's fee. 
Draycote and TatenhuU. Tenements held by the heirs of Robert de 
Sidenham, by service of finding a huntsman with a Hmer (limero). 
Ibxh[all]. The tenements late of Gerard Wildegos held by Richard 

de Barton for ^ knight's fee. 
Uttox[ather]. Tenements in the manor late of Wilham de Paries 
held by Henry Oweyn for ^ knight's fee. 

Stafford. Extent of lands &c. late of the said Edmund belonging to the 
honour of Tuttesbury, made on Monday after St. John ante Portam 
Latinam, 26 Edw. I. 
Tuttesbury. A castle well built, with close, lands, rents &c. (extent given), 
including a preserve, 7Ja. arable on ' le HoMweUehull,' the herbage 
of Obbeholm, two water-mills, a fair, a market, pleas &c. of court, 
land caUed ' Longehavedlond,' and rent from the field of KebUthe (?). 
Rolhston. 645. ll^d. rent of free tenants, 13Z. Id. rent of customers 
holding in bondage, 16s. 8d. rent and works of cottars, rent of 3 roods 
and 2 butts of land by Stiwardesdich, 2a. pasture and Ir. water 



302 INQUISITIONS. 



meadow {de lotur' ague), U. for tallage, llgr. 5 strikes of oats paid 
for licence to collect dry moss in the forest, and other rents from 
customers, a free fishery in the river Douve, 45. ancient fine of 
customers at the two great courts, 20s. pleas &c., and 2s. for head 
money (chevagio garcionum) at the feast of St. Martin. 

Barton. The manor (extent given), including a water-miU on the Trent, 
a fulling-mill, a water-mill in the park of Barton, a free fishery 
in the Trent with the fishery of Lechemere (?), a ford (jpassagium) 
for timber carts, rents of a pair of spurs, six geese and six dozen arrows, 
pasture by the ford {jwxta vadum) of Walton, customary works in 
Barton and Tonstal, a common oven, tallage and head money 
(chevagium garcionum). 

Agarsleye. The manor (extent given), including rent of free tenants, and 
lands, rent and pleas &c. of court at ' le Horecros.' 

loxhale. The manor, which is in the hand of Adam de Curru for life 
of the gift of Sir Edmund, rendering 33Z. 6s. 8d. yearly. 

Uttoxsather. 7 burgages, 25 stalls in the market, 2 forges, rents 
including a bow and a sparrowhawk, a meadow called Wolricheseye, 
a borough with rents (firmis), a fair (nundinis), perquisites of portmote, 
tolls and fines of brewers, a fishery in the Douve and another in the 
pond of Uttox[ather], two great courts yearly, head money, 21a. Ir. 
meadow, a miU, and pleas &c. 

Mercington. The manor (extent given), including a free fishery in the 
river Douve, two water-mills, and head money. 

Nedwode forest. The wards (extents given), of Ioxh[ale], including a 
park called Rouleye; Barton, including the park of Barton and 
the Hay called ' le Heylandes ' ; Tuttebur[y], including the park 
of RoUiston, the Hay called ' le Castelhay ' with a pond and fishery, 
and a park called Stokkeleye ; Mercington, including the park of 
Adgaresle and the Hay called ' le Rofhay ' ; and Uttox[ather] ; 
including in each ward the sale of hme tree bark {corticis tilie) and 
the profits of the woodmote. 

Hambur[y]. The advowson of the church. 

Uttox[ather]. The advowson of the church. 

TatenhuU. The advowson of the church. 

loxhale. The advowson of the church. 

Rolleston. The advowson of the church. 

' Sum total of the extent of all the lands &c. contliined in 
these three rolls besides the manor of loxhale and the wood of 
Donigton, 882Z. 16s. 9fd., whereof a third part (is) 294Z. 5s. TJrf.' 
Knights' fees : — 

Derby and Nobthampton. Sudbur[y], Cobbeleie, Mercington, Aston, 
SneUiston, Somersale, Eyton, Seggessale and Oslaston, co. Derby, 
and Ekinton co. Northampton. 7 knights' fees held by WiUiam 
de Monte Gomeri. 

Derby, Warwick ajstd Northampton. Schirle, .Hogam, Bradele, 
Yeolegreve, Hoppewell, Yldrisle, Ednesouere and Irton, co. Derby, 
Etindon co. Warwick and Tichemers co. Northampton, held by 
Ralph de Schirle for 7 knights' fees. 

[Derby.] Part of Egrnton, a moiety of Rodborne, a moiety of Moginton 
and part of Attelowe, held by Robert de Staff[ord] for 1 knight's 
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EDWARD I. 303 



Dalbur[y] and part of Osinimd[eston], held by Giles de Meignill for 

1 knight's fee. 
Breydessale, held by John de Ferrar[us] and Richard de Cordon 

for 1 knight's fee. 
Midelton by Yeolgreve, held by Richard de Herthull for i knight's fee. 
Ettewell, held by Richard de Rubeof for ^ knight's iee' 
Brailesford, Wingirworthe and Oneston, held by Henry de Braylesford 

for 1 knight's fee. 
Sudenfen, Leke and part of Hulton, held by Robert de Tonk for 

1^ knight's fee. 
Bradeborne. The manor held by Roger de Bradebome for 

I knight's fee. 
Le Houg. ^ and ^ knight's fee held by the same. 
Offedecote. ^^ knight's fee held by the same. 
Lochawe. | knight's fee held by Ralph de Monjoie ; and 

^ knight's fee late of Hugh de Ferrar[iis] held by the same. 
Groxh[all], Twiford, and other tenements late of Richard de Gorgon, 

held by Roger le Brabanzon for 3 knights' fees. 
LoUington, Gresele, Swartlingcote, Linton, Hedcote, Durantesthorpe 

and Octhorp, held by Geoffrey de Gresele for 3 knights' fees. 
Brettebi. The manor held by John de Segrave for J knight's fee, 

but he holds elsewhere of the king in chief. 
Catton, Aldolvistre and Twicros, held by Emery (Amariciis) de 

Sancto Amando for 1 knight's fee. 
Spondon. ^ knight's fee held by Henry de Grey, who holds elsewhere 

of the Mng. 
Elton. The manor held by Robert Tipetot for | knight's fee, but he 

holds elsewhere of the king in chief. 
Lochai. J knight's fee held by Ralph de FrecheviU, who holds 

elsewhere of the king in chief. 
Heyegge. ^ knight's fee held by Walter de Goushull. 
Barton. The manor held by John de Bakepuz for 1 knight's fee. 
Alkemonton. The manor with land at Holand, held by Ralph de 

Bakepuz for three parts of 1 knight's fee. 
Yveleie. The manor held by William de Meignill for | knight's fee. 
Neuton on Trente, held by Alfred de Soleni for 1 knight's fee. 
Boilleston. A moiety held by John de Basinges for J knight's fee ; 

and the other moiety held by John Schench for J knight's fee. 

Derby and Leicester. Sutton co. Derby and Snarkiston co. Leicester. 
The manors and tenements elsewhere, held by the heir of Ralph 
de Picheford for 2 knights' fees. 

[Derby.] Trussele. The manor held by William de Doddingeseles for 

1 knight's fee. 
Mercaston. ^ knight's fee held by Robert de Scheldford. 
Ess. The manor held through his wife by Ralph de Rocheford for 

three parts of 1 knight's fee. 
Bronlaston and Berwardeoote, held by WiUiam de Henore for 

1 knight's fee. 
Saperton held by Hamo de Saperton for J knight's fee. 
Spondon and Lochay. Two parts and ^ of 1 knight's fee held by the 

brethren of St. Lazarus. 



304 INQUISITIONS. 



Chadd[esden] and elsewhere. ^^ knight's fee held by Robert de 

Cardoil. 
Chadd[esden]. 80a. land held by WiUiam le Herbejour for 

^ knight's fee. 
[Chaddesden.] A third part of the land late of Henry de Breignes 

held by the same for -|^^ knight's fee. 
Tissingtpn, held for | knight's fee by the heir of Geoffrey Sauvage. 
Spondon. J knight's fee in the manor held by Thomas Poer. 
Alton and Hordelowe. \ knight's fee held by John Biron ; and 

I knight's fee held by Henry Biron. 
Holond. The lands late of Ledger the hunter (Leodegarii venat&ris) 

held by William de Tissington for Jjj knight's fee ; and the land 

late of Thomas Young (iuvenis) held by the same for ^ knight's 

fee. 
By the Douve. Tenements by the Douve held by John de Pilcote for 

Jfj knight's fee. 
Kettliston. The manor, held by Richard de Gorgon for J knight's fee. 
Swerkiston and Hulton. Parts held by John de Bek for ^ knight's fee. 
Duff [eld]. Lands in the assart of Duff [eld] late of William de 

Bredessale held by John de Loak for ^ knight's fee. 
Le Newebugg[ing]. ;^ knight's fee in the assart ' del Newebugg ' 

held by Adam de Beresford. 
Scropton. ^ knight's fee held by Thomas Morel. 
Matlac. ^ knight's fee held by the heii- of Matthew de Haversegge ; 

and ^ knight's fee held by the heir of Ralph de Wyngefeld. 
Staunton and Oslaston. ^ knight's fee held by Robert de Staunton. 
Duffeld and Heyegge. -^ knight's fee held by the heir of Robert 

de Macy. 
Chadd[esden] and Lockay. J knight's fee held by Andrew Loterel. 
Wintresmulne and Topsorr (?). The lands which were of Robert 

. . . held for Jy knight's fee by the heir of John de 

Acovere. 
Spondon. An assart in the manor held by the heir of Ralph de 

Stretton for ;^ knight's fee. 
Wirk[esworth]. ^ knight's fee held by the heirs of Robert 

Gurtemanch. 

NoBTHTrMBEBLAND. Extent made at Emeldon on Thursday before Whit- 
sunday, 26 Edw. I. 

Staunford. The manor (extent given), including a water-mill and a 
brewery. The whole town renders for castle guard 4s. 6d. and for 
comage 15d. Sum of the manor Ql. Us. 5d. ; and it was worth 
61. 175. lid. before the burning done by the Scots. 

Emeldon. The manor (extent given, with names of tenants), including 
an inclosure {defensum) called Neubigirig, a moor let (locata) to the 
men of Neuton, sixteen bondage tenements rendering 19Z. 4s. whereof 
Lady Eleanor de Genenore receives 28s., land called ' le Spiteldene,' 
an acre in Gorbalde, two boats, the lord finding the boats at his own 
charges, a brewery, a water-mill and a second miU which is burnt 
down, which are worth in ordinary years 101. whereof Lady Eleanor 
de Genore receives 61. 13s. 4d. The township, except a fourth part, 
renders 4s. 9d. for castle guard and 15d. for comage. Sum of the 



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manor, 36Z. 2s. 5|a!. ; and before the burning done by the Scots 

it was worth 48Z. lis. 9d. 
Dunstan (extent given), including 80a. arable held by Richard de 

Wetewang, rendering 3d. yearly. The township renders 6s. for 

castle guard and 40d. for cornage. Sum, 106s. Sfd. ; and before the 

aforesaid conflagration it was worth 61. . . . 
Schipeley (extent given) including a fishery. Sum 111. lid., whereof 

the countess of Dunbar receives 6s. 8d. yearly, and the nuns of 

Caldestreme 26s. 8d. yearly ; and before the aforesaid conflagration 

it was worth 14Z. 10s. 4jd. 

Extent of knight's fees and works of freemen : — 

Craucester. The hamlet held by Richard de Craucester for J knight's 
fee, doing homage and suit of court and rendering 6s. 8d. for castle 
guard, 15d. for cornage, and 2s. 6d. for the miU-pond, and he ought 
to plough with 6 ploughs, harrow with 12 horses, reap with 12 men, 
and carry the corn with 12 carts for one day ; and [the men] shall 
have their victuals, or 2d. each plough. 

Dunstan. A third part of the town held by Reiner de Dunstan for 
I knight's fee, doing homage and suit of court and foreign service, 
and he ought to plough with 3 ploughs, harrow with 6 horses, 
reap with 6 men, and carry the corn with 6 carts, and they shall have 
their victuals or 2d. for each plough, and the reapers shaU have their 
victuals likewise. 

Kertinton. A moiety held by John de Kertinton, who does homage and 
suit of court and renders 5s. yearly. 

Warendham. The capital messuage held by Simon de Warrendham, who 
does homage and suit of court at Emeldon for the whole township 
of Warendham, and renders 6s. 8d. for castle guard by the hands of 
John de Midelton, and 15d. for Cornage. 

Fenton, held by Robert de Lasseles for | knight's fee, and he does homage 
and renders two gilt spurs or 6d. 

Warendham and Witfeld, held by John de Mddelton for J and J knight's 
fee and he ought to do homage. 

Emeldon. A fourth part held by Thomas de Rock for J knight's fee, and 
he does homage and suit at the court of Emeldon, and foreign service, 
and renders 8s. 1 Id. to the lord for castle guard. 

Newton on the Moor, held by John Swaine for | knight's fee, and he does 
homage and suit of court and renders 4s. yearly. 

Burton. The whole township renders for castle guard 6s. 8d. and for 
cornage 15d. 

The fishery of the Twed, worth 201. a year, but before the Scotch war it 
used to be worth 40i. 

Perquisites of court worth 40s. yearly. 

Warendham. 30a. land held by Robert Witer, who does homage and 
suit of court at Emeldon and renders 6s. 8d. to the lord yearly. 

Sum total of the lands &c. in co. Northumberland and West- 
derby, CO. Lancaster, which are contained in these two roUs, 
225Z. 19s. 8|d. 

Extent of the lands of the said Edmund, of the earldom of Ferrara 
(undated). 

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306 INQUISITIONS. 



This side (aic) Trent. 

Lancaster. West Derby. The manor with its members Wavertre, Tinge- 
well, Everton,' Liverpol, Crosseby and Gerston, and the woods of 
Toxstath, Croxstath and Simundeswod and the annual rent &c. of 
the wapentake of Derby. 
Derby. Cropton. The manor. 

Duffeld. The manor with its members Suthwode, Holebrok, Heyegge, 
Beaurepeyr, Allerwaslegh, Edrioheshaye, Newebigginge and Holond, 
with the forest of Duffeld. 

Hertindon. The manor with its member Croudecote. 

Peverewych. A tenement with agistment in the moor. 

Bunteshale. A tenement. 

Brasington. Lands and tenements. 
. Spondon. Lands and tenements. 

Apeltre. The himdred, cum perimplemento, the rent of Norman de 
Bingham, pleas and perquisites. 

Grisle. The hundred. 

Newebald. Lands and tenements. 

Beyond {sic) Trent. 

Staffobd. Tuttebur[y]. The castle with the manors of Rolleston, Barton, 

Adgeresle, Yoxhale, Uttokeshatre, and Mersinton, and the whole forest 

of Nedewod. 

NoBTHAMPTON. Hegham Fereres. The manor with the park of Risindon. 

Irencestre. The manor with its members Cnoston, Wolauston, 

Pudinton, Bosiat and Eston. 
Raundes. The manor, with its members Starwig, Ringestede and 
Haregrave. 
Leicester. Stapelford, Thorp and Wymundham. Certain lands &c. 
Lincoln. Wadinton. Certain lands &c. 
Beltesford. The manor. 
Dunynton. Certain lands &c. 
Cowesby. Certain lands, works &c. 
Alkebarowe. Lands and tenements. 
Gretham. Pleas and perquisites of court. 

Extent of the said Edmund's lands &o. in Northumberland. 
Northumberland. Staunford. The manor. 
Emeldon. The manor. 
Dunstan. Certain lands &c. 
Shipeley. Certain lands &c. 
Craucestre. Certain lands &c. 
Kersinton. Certain lands &c. 
The fishery of the Twede. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 18 October, 25 Edw. I, 
Hereford. Inq. made at Hereford on Saturday before St. Hilary, 26 Edw. T. 
He held no advowsons of churches in the county. 
Delewe. The manor held by John Gyffard by service of 1 knight's fee. 

Wilts. Extent made at New SaUsbury on Tuesday after the Purification, 
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Standen. The manor held by Henry H[u]sey of the honour of rerrar[s], 

by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Hakenestok. 2 carucafes held by Emery de Sancto Edmundo, of the 

honour of Leicester, by service of ^ knight's fee; and 2 carucates 

similarly held by John le Meming, by service of J knight's fee. 
Compton. I knight's fee held by John de Brommore of the same honour ; 

and J Imight's fee similarly held by Simon de Combe. 
Aleton. ^ knight's fee held by John Baret of the same honour. 
He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

Berks. Extent made at Hungerford on Thursday before the Purification, 

26 Edw. I. 
West Hildeslegh. A moiety of the town with the hamlet of Sandon held 

by Richard Fokram, of the honour of Leicester, by service of 

1 knight's fee. 
Ej^yde. The manor with the advowson of the church, and the hamlet 

of Catmere with certain lands &c. in Sancta Elena, Caldecote and 

Frylesforde, held by PhUip de Fyfhyde, of the honour of Ferrar[s], 

by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Kyngeston, Aschden and Compton. J knight's fee held by John de 

Kjoigeston, Nicholas de Kyngeston and Philip de la Beche, of the 

same honour. 
W^estlagynch. J knight's fee held by Stephen Curscon, of the same 

honour. 
Frydlesham. The manor, with the advowson of the church and certain 

lands &c. in Esthyldedgh, held of the same honour by Walter de 

Rydeware, a minor and in the said Edmund's wardship, by service 

of J knight's fee and J knight's fee. 
WeUaventon. ^ knight's fee held by the Hospitallers of Schaldeforde, 

of the same honour. 

He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

Buckingham and Hertford. Inq. made at Blakyngheg by a jury of six 

men from each county on Saturday after St. Martin, 25 Edw. I. 
Buckingham. Weston by Ayllesburys. A moiety of the manor held by 
Nicholas Torevyle by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Saundresdon. 1 knight's fee held by the same. 
Calfonte St. Peter. 2 fees held by tiie same. 
Teppelawe and Penne. 1 fee held by the same. 
Godwyneston. 1 fee held by the same. 
Weston. 1 knight's fee held by Ela de Herdeborwe and Isabel her sister, 

daughters and heirs of Roger de Herdeborwe. 
Teppelawe. ^ fee held by the same. 
La Penne. ^ fee held by the same. 
Weston. 1 knight's fee held by George de Chameles. 
Teppelawe and la Penne. 1 knight's fee held by the same. 
La Penne. | knight's fee held by the same. 
Hastingleye. 1 knight's fee held by the same. 

SouthmuUe and Mogerhanger. 1 knight's fee held by John de 
Bissopeston and the prior of St. Neot's. 
Hertford. Puttenham. 1 fee held by Ela de Herdeborwe and Isabel her sister. 
No advowsons of churches. 



308 INQUISITIONS. 



Essex. Inq. made at Chelmereford, 17 Dec. 26 Edw. I. 

Sir Edmund was not seised of any knight's fees in the county, but once 
took scutage of 5 knights' fees from the manors of WUham de Ferers 
in Stebbinge, Fairstede and Wodeham by the hands (?) of the said 
WiUiam. WiUiam de Ferariis sometime earl of Derby gave the said 
manors to WiUiam his yoimger son, together with aU his knights' 
fees in Essex to hold of him and his heirs by service of 6 knights' 
fees. John de Ferariis is the said earl's heir. The said earl retained 
the homage and service of Richard de Grey who held iu Thurrok by 
service of 1 knight's fee. Sir Edmund was never seised of any 
service from the said Richard or his heirs, nor of any advowsons of 
churches in the county. 

Suffolk. Ivq. made at Cattesham on Wednesday after the Epiphany, 

26 Edw. I. 
Wytingham, Clopton, Hasketon and Akenham, with the advowsons of 

the churches of Akenham, Hemminggeston and Cleydon, held by 

Sir Roger le Bygot, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, of the 

honour of Lancaster, for 3 knights' fees ; which sometime were of 

William le Rous, and are now held of the said earl by lady Ahce de 

Brewose, rendering to him yearly at Whitsunday 30s. for the guard of 

the castle of Lancaster. 
Stanham. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the 

same earl, of the same honour, by socage, rendering 6d. yearly for 

guard of [the castle of] Lancaster. 
Moneweden. A moiety of the manor held by the same earl, of the same 

honour, for \ knight's fee ; but he renders nothing yearly and 

Sir John Abadam holds the manor of him. 
Bouxhale and Ykene, mth the advowson of the church of Bouxhale, held 

by Roger Sturemyn for 2 knights' fees, of the said honour, and he 

renders 20s. yearly for the said guard. 
Little Waldingfeld: Robert de Cokefeld holds a part of his manor of 

Little Waldingfeld, of the same honour, for | knight's fee, and renders 

5s. yearly for the said guard. 
Thorp and Gouchesthorp, held by Hugh de Murieus for 2 knights' 

fees, of the same honour, with the advowson of the church, 

rendering 20s. yearly for the said guard. 
Thurstaston with the advowson of the church, held by Thomas de 

Moulton for 1 knight's fee, of the same honour, rendering 10s. for 

for the said guard. 
Old Neuton. A tenement held by John Aimsel for \ knight's fee, of the 

same honour, rendering \'l\d. yearly for guard. 
Otheleye, Preston and Cleydon, held by the heirs of Thomas de 

Otheleye for 2 knights' fees, of the same honour, rendering 20s. 

yearly [for guard ?] at the same term. 
Boxtede with the advowson of the church, held by William Hervy for \ 

knight's fee, of the same honour, rendering 5s. yearly for the said guard. 
Mendham, held by Roger de Huntmgfeld for 1 knight's fee, of the 

same honour, rendering 10s. yearly [for guard ?] at the same term. 
Culfo. The township held by John de Wachesham and Thomas de 

Verdon for \ knight's fee, rendering 5s. yearly [for guard ?] at the 

same term. 



EDWARD I. 309 



Willardesham, held by the heirs of Robert de Greley for 1 knight's fee, 

of the same honour, rendering nothing. 
Ryseby. 1 knight's fee held by the same ; and Walkelin de Queeye 

holds the said fee of them, rendering to them 10s. for the said guard. 
Little Blakenham, held by the same heirs for | knight's fee, of the same 

honour. 
Alnesboume and Mertone, held by the same for 1 fee. 
, held by the same for 2 fees and Sir Roger son of Osbert holds 

the said fees of them. 
Sprouton, held by .... for 1 fee, of the honour of Leicester. 

Norfolk. Inq. made at Norwich on Tuesday after the Epiphany, 26 Edw. I 
Tunsted. The manor held by Robert de Grilli of the honour of Lancaster 

(Langastre) for 1 knight's fee, rendering lOs. yearly to the said 

honour. 
Fretenham and Spikeswurthe. Sir Thomas Bardolf held no knight's 

fee there, but renders 10s. rent seek yearly in Fretenham to the 

attorneys of the honour of Lancaster. 
Hempsted. Sir William Rocelin does not hold the manor of the honour 

of Lancaster for 1 knight's fee, but renders to them 10s. yearly 

rent seek. 

Northampton and Bedford. Inq. made at Northampton on Monday the 

morrow of the Purification, 26 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Merston Trussel and Thorp. 1 knight's fee held by Robert 

de Wyvile. 
Lillebume. 1 knight's fee held by WiUiam le BotUer. 
Esseby Liger. J knight's fee held by Nicholas de Craunford. 
Eydon. 1 fee held by Thomas Wale. 

Est Haddon and Haldenby. 1 fee held by Roger de Sancto Andrea. 
Wendlyngborw. J fee held by Baldwin de Maners. 
Brainpton. ^ fee held by Walter de Ratynden. 
Welleton, Staverton and Trop. 1 fee held by Andrew de Estleye. 
Neubotle, Sutton, Terleton and Byfeld. 3^ fees held by Henry le Grey. 
Great Brampton, Little Brampton and Est Haddon. 2^ fees held by 

Alice de Mussegros. 
Esseby Liger. J fee held by Nicholas de Stokes. 
Westhaddon, Esthaddon, Haldenby and Brampton. ^ fee held by 

Thomas de Bray. 
Esseby Liger, Atteleston and Crouleton. 1 fee held by Nicholas de 

Turvyle. 
Helmeden. 1| fee, of the little fee of Mortain, held by the same. 
Evenle, Preston, Fardyngston, Kyselyngbury, Bruynton, Tharwylton, 

Pokesle, Couesgrave, Fortho, Stratford, Tyffeld and Buckeby. 

5 fees, of the Uttle fee of Mortain, held by Thomas de Leukenore. 
Syresham. I fee held by Lucy de Chedwod. 
Dodeford with its members. 1| fee, of the little, fee of Mortain, held by 

Robert de Keynes. 
Bedford. South Mulne. I knight's fee held by John de Bissopeston. 
Midilton. 1 fee held by Henry de Grey. 

All held of Sir Edmund by homage, service, and scutage when it 

runs. 

He had no advowsons of churches in the counties. 



310 INQUISITIONS. 



Rutland. Extent. Saturday the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 
26 Edw. I. 
Thy. Three parts of 1 knight's fee held by Ralph de Folevile, of the 
honour of Leicester, by homage and service of suit at the court of 
Leicester, and scutage, the said services being worth 4s. yearly. 
Wodeheved. Nine parts of 1 knight's fee held by Robert Greleye, of 
the honour of Lancaster, by service of 9s. yearly for the guard of the 
castle of Lancaster, and scutage. 
He held no advowsons in the county. 

Leicester. Inq. (undated). 

Edmondthorpe (Thorp Edm'). \ fee held by Robert de Tybetof ; \ fee 
and -Jfj fee held by Richard de Castirton ; and ^ fee held by Henry 
Fraunceys, Richard de la Grene, Roger le Clerk, WiUiam Rangilon, 
Helen atte Goters, William Jurdon and Thomas super la Grene. 

Wymundeham. \ fee held by John Hamelyn ; and | fee and -^ fee held 
by the same John, Hugh de Purle and William de Chameles. 

Stapilford. | fee held by Clemence de Vescy ; | fee held by WiUiam 
Gaugy and WiUiam de Hurle ; J fee held by William Gaugy le Rus ; 
and ^jj fee held by Ralph son of Matthew. 

Saxeby. ^ fee held by John Hameljm and Nicholas de Grendale. 

Coston. 1 fee held by Thomas de Berkele. 

Broutton. 1 fee held by the abbot of Croxton. 

Hareston and Gnypton. 1 fee held by the heir of Richard de Grey. 

Warwick. Inq. made at Warwick on Monday the morrow of the Purification, 

26 Edw. I. 
Ihnendone and Quyntone. 1 knight's fee held by John de Monteforti 

for homage, and he does scutage &c. 
Radeweye. \ knight's fee held by the abbot of Staunle, who does 

scutage. 
Oxhulle. I knight's fee held by the abbot of Bordesleye, who does 

scutage. 
Herberbur[y]. \ knight's fee, except two parts of a bovate of land, 

held by the abbot of Combe (Gumbo), who does scutage. 
Wodecote. \ fee. 
Tachesbroc. 1 fee. 
Fennycumtone. 1 fee. 
Merstone and Etindone. 2 fees. 
Pinle, Lodintone, Wodecote and Overesle. l\ fee. 

All held by WiUiam le Botyler for homage and service, and he 

does scutage. 
WUmencote. J fee held by Robert de Val by homage, and he does 

scutage. 
Fylongel[e]. I fee similarly held by Sir John de Hastmges. 
Mortone. J fee similarly held by John de Bissopesdone. 
Lapworth. \ fee simUarly held by Hugh de Braunkestone. 
Brinkelawe with its members. 1 fee simUarly held by John Wake. 
Herbury. \ fee similarly held by John MaUore. 
Paylintone and Herdeborewe. ^ fee similarly held by Nicholas de 

Turvyle. 
Payhntone. \ fee simUarly held by Hugh de Herdeborewe ; and J fee 

similarly held by George de Chameles. 



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Nottingham. ' This side Trent.' Inq. made at Brygeford ad Pontem on 

Wednesday after St. Nicholas, 26 Edw. I. 
Flyntham. 1 knight's fee held by Thomas de Marseye, of the honour 
;■ of Lancaster, by service of 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of 

Lancaster, and scutage. 
CrophiU and Kynalton. 2 knights' fees similarly held by William le 

Botyler by service of 20s. yearly for the guard of the same castle, 

and scutage. 
Cotegrave. 1 fee similarly held by Peter de Greleye by service of 

10s. yearly for the guard of the same castle, and scutage. 
Holm, Basyngfeld and Gameleston. 1 knight's fee similarly held by 

Anora de Perpount by service of 10s. yearly for the guard of the 

same castle, and scutage. 
Edwolton. \ knight's fee held by Ralph Basset of Drayton, of the 

honour of Leicester, by homage and service of suit at the court of 

Leicester, and he does his share of the mill pond of Leicester when 

it is broken, which service is worth 3s. 4d. yearly. 
Gaham, Normanton on Sore and Sutton. 1| knight's fee held by Roger 

de Sancto Andrea and his parceners, of the honour of Leicester, by 

homage and service of suit at the court of Leicester, which service 

is worth 6s. 8.d. yearly, and scutage. 

He had no advowsons in the county this side Trent. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 20 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. made at Retteford on the morrow of St. Lucy, 26 Edw. I. 

Gameleston, Walesby, Hoghton, Mareseye, Elkesleye, Morton, Bameby, 
Thorp, West Retford, Claverburg and Westdrayton, Kirketon, and 
Mysen. 2 knights' fees held by Thomas de Mareseye, lord of 
Gameleston, by knight's service, viz. for homage and suit of court 
every three weeks at the court of BothemeshSl, and he rendered 
20s. yearly for the guard of Lancaster, and 8s. yearly for common fine. 

Bothemeshill and its members. 1 knight's fee held by Richard de 
Purneus and Richard de Boselyngthorp by knight's service, doing 
homage and suit at the court a,foresaid and rendering 10s. for guard 
as above, and 4s. yearly for common fine. 

Perquisites of court are worth 20s. 
He had no advowsons of churches, or villenages in the county. 

Derby. Extent made at Esseburn on Saturday the morrow of St. Nicholas, 
26 Edw. I. 

Sudbur[y], Cobbel[e], Mercington, Aston, Snelleston, Somersale, Eyton, 
Seggeshale and Oselaston, with the manor of Eketon, co. North- 
ampton, held by WiUiam de Monte Gomeri for 7 knights' fees, with 
the advowsons of the churches of Sudbur[y], Cobbel[e] and Eketon. 

ScMrl[e], Hogam, Bradel[e], Yolgreve, HopweU, Yldresl[e], Ednesouere 
and Irton. The manor held by Ralph de Schirl[e] for 5 kni^ts' fees, 
besides what he holds in other counties. 

Boylleston. The manor with the advowson of a moiety of the church, 
held by John de Basinges for \ knight's fee. 

Barton. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by John 
de Bakepuz for 1 knight's fee. 

Alcmunton. The manor and his land at Holond, held by Ralph de 
Bakepuz for three parts of 1 knight's fee. 



312 INQUISITIONS. 



Sutton. The manor held by WiUiam de Balliolo, by the courtesy of 

England, for J knight's fee. 
Trossel[e]. The manor held by WilUam de Doddingeseles for 1 knight's 

fee. 
*E.odbom and Moginton. The manors with the advowson of a moiety 

of the church of Moginton, held by Robert de Stafford for 

1 knight's fee. 
Asch. The manor, held by Ralph de Rocheford through his wife for 

three parts of 1 knight's fee 
*Rodbom and Moginton. His manors with the advowson of a moiety 

of the church of Moginton and the advowson of the church of 

Rodburn, held bv Jolm de Chaundos for 1 knight's fee. 
Dalbur[y and] Breydeshal. The manor of Dalbur[y] held in demesne with 

the advowson of the church, and the manor of Breydeshal held 

in service, by Giles de Meignil for 2 knights' fees. 
Brunlaston and Berewardecote, held by William de Henouere for 

1 knight's fee. 
Sedenfen, Hulton, and Leke [co. Nottingham]. Sedenfen and his land in 

Hulton held in demesne, and Leke held in service, by Robert de 

Tonk' for 1| and J knight's fee. 
Haddon and Basselowe in High Peak, held by Richard de Vemoun for 

1 knight's fee. 
Miirkanston. J knight's fee held by Robert de Scheldeford. 
Middelton by Yolgreve. The manor held by Richard de Herthull for 

I knight's fee. 
EteweU. The manor held by the heir of Richard de Riboef for | knight's 

fee. 
Braillesford, Wyngerworth and Hunston. The manors with the advow- 

sons of the churches of Dronefeld and BrayUesford, held by Henry 

de BrayUesford for 1 knight's fee. 
Tissinton. The manor held by the heirs of Greoffrey le Sauvage for 

I knight's fee. 
Bradebum. The manor held by Roger de Bradebum for J knight's fee. 
Le How. ^^ and ^^ knight's fee held by the same. 
Offedecote. ^ knight's fee held by the same. 
Saperton. \ knight's fee held by Hamo de Saperton. 
Thorvaston. The manor and his land in Spondon, held by Ralph 

Pipard for | and ^ knight's fee. 
Spondon. The land late of Richard de Grey held by the brethren of 

St. Lazarus for two parts of 1 knight's fee. 
Chaddesden and Wynleye. ^ knight's fee held by the heir of Henry 

de CardoiU. 
Chadd[esden]. 80a. land held by the heir of William de Chadd[esden] 

for ^ knight's fee ; and a third part of the land late of Henry de 

Breynes held by the same for y^ knight's fee. 
Lochay. ^ knight's fee held by Ralph de FreschenviU ; and \ knight's 

fee held by Thomas le Power. 
Alton and Hordlowe. | knight's fee held by John le Biroun ; and 

\ knight's fee held by Henry le Biroun. 
Holond. The land late of Ledger the hunter {Leodegar' veriator') held by 

William de Tissinton for ^ knight's fee. 

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EDWARD I. 313 



Wynleye. The land late of Thomas Young (Juvenis) held by the same 

for ^ knight's fee. 
By the Douve. His land by the Douve held by John de PUecote for ;^ 

knight's fee. 
Yveleye and Hohnton. | knight's fee held by William de Meignill. 
Ketleston. The manor with the advowson of the church held by Richard 

de Corsun for four parts of 1 knight's fee. 
Swerkeston and Hulton. ^ and ^ knight's fee held by John de Bek. 
Elton. The manor held by Robert Tibbot in service for | knight's fee. 
Le Neubugg[ing]. jt^ knight's fee held by Adam de Beveresford in the 

assarts ' dil Neubugg'.' 
Doffeud. ^ knight's fee held by the heir of WiUiam de Breydeshale 

in the assarts of Doffeud. 
Lochay. The land late of Robert le Wyne held by the brethren of 

St. Lazarus for t^^ knight's fee. 
Spondon. | knight's fee held by Henry de Grey. 
Scropton. :^ knight's fee held by Thomas Morel. 
Lochay. ^ knight's fee held by the heir of PhiMp Mark' ; | knight's fee 

held by Ralph de Montjoye ; and lands late of Hugh de Ferr[ariis] 

held by the same for ^ knight's fee. 
Croxhale, Twyford and elsewhere. 3 knight's fees, late of Richard de 

Corsun, held by Roger Brabanzon. 
Catton. The manor with the township of Twycros, held by Simon de 

Leybom, through his wife, for 1 knight's fee. 
LoUinton, Gresel[e], SwartUngcote, Linton, Hethecote, Durantesthorp, 

and 0[kethorp*], and his land elsewhere, held by Geoffrey de 

Greselie] for 3 knights' fees. 
Bretteby. The manor held by John de Segrave for J knight's fee. 
Neuton. The manor held by Alfred de Suleny for 1 kmght's fee. 
Matlack. J^ knight's fee held by the heirs of Matthew de Haversegg ; 

and 5I5 knight's fee held by the heir of Ralph de Wynefeld. 
Kingeswode. -^ knight's fee held by Henry de Knyveton. 
Staunton. The manor with the advowson of a moiety of the church, 

held by Robert de Staunton for J knight's fee. 
Doffeld and Heyegg. Jg knight's fee held by the heir of Robert de 

Macy. 
Chaddesden. J knight's fee held by Andrew Loterel. 
B^eyegg. ^ knight's fee held by Walter de GoushuJl. 
Wyntresmulne and Tops ■ ■ . Tg knight's fee, late of Robert Omer (?), 

held by the heir of John de Acovere. 
Spondon. An assart in the manor held by the heir of Ralph de S[tre]tton 

for j\f knight's fee. 
Wyrk[esworthe]. ^q knight's fee held by the heir of Robert Cortemaunche, 
Marketon and Macworth, held by Thomas Tuchet for 2 knights' fees. 
Doffeud. The advowson of the church belonged to the said Edmimd 

by reason of the honour of Tutbury. 
Hertindon. The advowson of the church belonged to the said Edmund 

for the same reason but now the nuns of St. Clare without London, 

hold it to their own use by his grant. 

Stafford. Extent made at Tutt[biiry] on Monday before St- Nicholas, 
26 Edw. I. . 

* bo given in the Calendar printed in 1 806, bnt now illegible. 



314 INQUISITIONS. 



Herlaston and elsewhere in other counties. 3| knights' fees held by 

Richard de Vemoun, besides what he holds in co. Derby. 
Aunsedel. ^ knight's fee in assarts held by the same. 
Crakemerx and Combrugg', and elsewhere in divers counties. 4 knights' 

fees held by Theobald de Verdoun. 
Alstonesfelt. A third part of the manor held by Nicholas de Audedel[e] 

for 1 knight's fee ; 1 knight's fee held by Hugh Dispenser 

(Dispensarim) ; and 1 knight's fee in the manor held by Ralph 

de Vemoun. 
Clifton and elsewhere. 1 fee in demesne and 2 fees in service held by 

Geoffrey de CamviU. 
Wycchenouer and Sirescote. The manors held by Robert de Somervill 

for 2 knights' fees of the Mttle fees of Mortain. 
TunstaU and Neubolt, held by the same in exchange for the manor of 

Barton for J knight's fee. 
Falede, co. Stafford, and Lokeng in another county [co. Berks]. The manors 

held by Stephen de Corsun in demesne, and [other places] in other 

counties held in service, for 2 J knights' fees. 
Chebeseye. The manor held by Robert de Hastang for 1 knight's fee. 
Mercington. Land in the manor late of Walter the cook (coci), land late 

of Odo de Wodeford, and 4a. of assart land, held by Stephen de 

Wodeford for J^ knight's fee. 
Alstonesfelt. | knight's fee held by Wilham de Stafford. 
Mercington. 24|a. land in the manor held by Wilham de Chaundoys 

for ^ knight's fee. 
Lockesl[e]. The manor held by the heir of Thomas de Ferr[ariis] for 

J knight's fee. 
Rolleston. The land late of WiUiam de RoUeston held by his heirs for 

Jjj knight's fee. 
Roddowe. ^ knight's fee held by Robert de Knyttel. 
CaUingwood (?) (in Bosco Calumpn'). The land late of Robert de Derb[y] 

held by the same for ^ knight's fee. 
Modiesmor. 44a. land held by Adam the hunter (venator) for ^ knight's fee. 
Nedwode. 10a. land beneath {svhttis) the forest, held by the same for 

^ knight's fee. 
Coundisl[e]. The land late of Hugh de Ferr[ariis] held by the same for 

-j^ knight's fee. 
Hambur[y]. The land late of Roger de Norton held by Henry the 

cook (cociis) for ^ knight's fee. 
Mercington. Land in assarts held by the same for ^ knight's fee. 
[Coton ?] The land late of Adam the cook of Coton held by Henry 

the cook, the younger, for ^ knight's fee. 
Rodelowe. ^ knight's fee held by the heir of Ralph de Burgo. 
Le Horecros. | knight's fee held by Robert de Melebome. 
Draycote. ^ knight's fee in assarts held by the heir of Andrew de 

JarpenviU. 
Yoxhale. Jg knight's fee held by the heir of John the baker {pistoris) ; 

Jjj knight's fee held by the heir of Robert Selveyn ; and the tenement 

late of Gerard Wyldegos held by Richard de Barton for :^ knight's fee. 
(Unspecified.) The land late of WiUiam de Paries held by Richard 

Oweyn. 
Sondon. The manor held by Nicholas le Botiler for 1 knight's fee. 



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Hambur[y], Uttoxh[ather], Tatenhill, Yoxhal, and Rolleston. The advow- 
sons of the churches [belong to the said Edmund] by reason of the 
lands of the honour of Tut[bury]. 

Knotton. The town with Hanchurch, Hanford, Dimmesdal, Holdich 
and W[itmore are knight's fees and belong to the manor of New- 
castle*], 

Stoke. The advowson of the church [with its chapels*]. 

Wolstanton. The advowson of the church [with its chapels*]. 

Lancaster. Extent made at Lancaster on Monday after St. Lucy, 26 Edw. I. 
Wapentake of Aumundrenesse : — 
(Unspecified.) \ knight's fee held by Ingram de Gynes and his 

parceners. 
Wyhton with its members. | knight's fee held by the heir of 

Richard son of John (Theobald le Botiler deleted). 
Laton with its members. 1 knight's fee held by WiUiam le 

BotiUer. 
Frekelton with its members. 1 knight's fee held by the earl of 
Lincoln, who holds nothing in demesne and the rent is worth 
10s. yearly. 
Brining. J knight's fee held by the heir of Robert de Bethum. 
Fixwyk and Halton in the wapentake of Lounesdale. J knight's fee 

held by WiUiam de Dakre. 
Preston. The advowson of the church. 
St. Michael upon Wyrr'. The advowson of the church. 

Wapentake of Lounesdale : — 
Homeby with its members. \ knight's fee held by Margaret de 

NeviU. 
(Unspecified.) J knight's fee held by Ingram de Gynes and his 
parceners. 
Wapentake of Derbis[hire] : — 
(Unspecified.) 2 knights' fees held by William le Botiler. 

1 knight's fee held by John de Langeton and Alice {Aleys') 
his wife. 

1 knight's fee held by Richard le Molineus of-Cefton. 

6 knights' fees held by the heir of Robert de Gredele in 
Derbis[hire], Laylondiss[hire] and Salfordis[hire]. 

2 knights' fees held by Henry de Lacy. 

2\ (?) knights' fees held by the same in Laylondis[hire,J 
Derbis[hire] and Aumunderneys. 

NoRTHTTMBEBLAND. Inquisition as to knights' fees and advowsons of churches 
within the Uberty of Emeldon, made on Sunday before St. Gregory, 
26 Edw. I. 

\ knight's fee held by Sir Richard de Craucestre. 

\ knight's fee held by John de Midelton, a minor. 

J knight's fee held by Walter Swethog (?), a minor. 

J knight's fee held by John de Kertinton. 

\ knight's fee held by Michael de Dunstan. 

J knight's fee held by Avice de Swinebome. 
No advowson was in his hands. 

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316 INQUISITIONS. 



Commission to William Wyther, Ralph Paynel and Roger de Ingoldeby, 
late sub-escheator in Lincoln, to extend the lands, tenements, knights' 
fees and advowsons of churches which were of Edmund the king's 
brother of the earldom of Derby, within the county of Lincoln, and 
were taken into the king's hand by reason of his death, 25 April, 
26 Edw. I. 

Writ of venire facias to the sheriif of Lincoln to provide a jury for the above 

named commissioners, 27 April, 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Extent made at Lincoln on the eve of Christmas day, 26 Edw. I 

(defaced). 
Thonneck [alias Thonnek]. The manor held by Edmund de Comubia 

by homage, service of 3^ knights' fees, suit at the rere-county (retro 

comitatus) of Lincoln every six weeks, and [335.] 4d. yearly for the 

guard of the castle of Lancaster. 
Suth Kelleseye [alias Sout Kelleseie]. The manor held by Robert de 

Monte Alto, by homage, service of 1 knight's fee,' and 10s. yearly 

for the same guard ; but Robert Haunsard [alias Haunsart] is 

tenant in demesne. 
Tydd [alias Tyd]. The manor held in demesne by John son of Reginald 

de Tydd [alias Adam son of John de Tyd] by homage, service of 

I knight's fee and 5s. for the same guard ; and a manor in the same 

held in demesne by Robert de Tatersale by homage, service of 

J knight's fee, and 5s. for the same guard. 
Plete. The manor held in demesne by [Thomas de] Multon by homage, 

service of three parts of 1 knight's fee, and 6s. 8d. for the same guard. 
Lutton. The manor held in demesne by the same by service of 1 knight's 

fee and 10s. for the same guard. * 

Swalue. Two manors held by the abbot of Grimmesby [alias Grymsby] 

and the prioress of Nunne Cotun [alias Nonne Cotun] by service of 

[| knight's fee] and 5s. for the same guard ; and they did homage and 

suit at the rere-coimty of Lincoln [every six weeks]. 
Croxton. J knight's fee held by Wilham [le Botiller], rendering 5s. 

yearly for the same for guard, and doing homage. 
Filingham. 1 knight's fee held by the same, rendering 10s. for the same 

guard, and his tenants did suit at the rere-coimty. 
[Elesham.] A manor and bondage tenements in Bultham [alias Boltham], 

held by Robert le Breton by service of ^ knight's fee, rendering 

5s. yearly for the same guard, and doing suit at the rere-county 

aforesaid. 
Fihngham. J knight's fee held by [WUHam Duket] by homage, and suit 

at the rere-county, and rendering 3s. 2d. [alias 3s. 4d.] yearly [for 

the same guard]. 
Ingeham [alias Ingham]. Two parts of 1 knight's fee held by [the prior 

of Bo]lington, rendering 6s. 8d. yearly for the same guard. 
Swyneheved [alias Swyneshevyd]. The manor with the advowson of 

the church, held by Robert de Greley by service ,of 2 knights' fees, 

rendering 205. yearly for the same guard. 
Sixel [alias Sixhel]. The manor held by the same Robert by service 

of 1^ knight's fee, rendering 15s. Jd. [yearly for guard]. 
Bracebr[igge]. ^ knight's fee held by the same, rendering [55.] for guard. 
Bloxham. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the 



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same by homage and service ot 1^^, knight's fee, rendering lis. 
yeariy for the same guard. 

Boby. A manor and 19 bovates of land, held by Robert de Inges [alias 
de Enges] in demesne, and a manor held by Henry de Lettres his 
parcener, both held by homage and service of | knight's fee, [suit 
at the rere-]county, two appearances at the court of WeUynghouere 
[alias Welinghouere], and rendering 5s. yearly for the same guard. 

[Welynghouere.] A manor [alias tenements] held by Robert le Venour, 
William Dyseni [alias Diseny], Richard de Bo[selingthort] and 
Simon de Lunderthorp, holding in bondage, by homage and service 
of 1 knight's fee, suit at the rere-county, and rendering 10s. yearly 
for the same guard. 

Suthkirkeby [alias Soutkirkeby]. [A manor] held by the prioress of 
Gracedieu (de Gracia dei) by homage and service of three parts of 
a knight's fee [alias 1 knight's fee], suit at the rere-county, and 
rendering 7s. 6^. yearly for the same guard. 

Osgoteby. 2 bovates of land held by Hugh de Bussy [alias de Buscy] 
by service of 2s. yearly or a brachet [hound] of one colour. 

Lincoln county. The pleas &c. of the rere-county of Lincoln are worth 
60s. yearly, and those of the court of WeUinghouere are worth 
• • • yearly. 

Freskeneye, Waynflete, Strubby, Ereby, Braytoft, Hotoft, Asfordeby, 
Strusthorp, Makerthorp, Thedelthorp, Gayton, Tathewell, Fare- 
ford, Oxcomb, Swaby, Brinkel, Hawe, Langeton, Sauthorp, 
Hameringham, Donsthorp, Hemmingby, Calthorp, Wynceby, 
Horsington, Bokenhale, Elkyngton and Metheringham. 14| knights' 
fees held by Philip de Kyme of the fee of Ferrers (Ferariorum) by 
homage and suit at the court of Gretham. 

Calseby. The manor held in demesne by the same of the same fee by the 
aforesaid service. 

Daleby, Drexthorp, Partenaye, Wayneflete, Ulseby, Thurleby, Halyngton 
and Raytheby. 3 knights' fees held by John de Orreby, 
knight, of the same fee by homage and suit of court at Gretham. 

Daleby. The manor held in demesne by the same by the service 
aforesaid. 

Calthorp, Riston, Hawe and Lekeburn. 2 fees and five parts of 1 fee 
held by Henry de [Lekeburn] by homage and suit at the court 
aforesaid. 

[Leke]burn! The manor with the advowson of the church held in 
demesne by the same by the service aforesaid. 

Raitheby, HaUngton, Tathewell, Malteby, Gatte Dale, Conyngesholm, 
Somercotes, Foulesthorp, Sutton and Saltfleteby. 3 knights' fees 
held by Peter de Leke[bum] by homage and suit at the -court 
aforesaid. 

Raytheby. The manor with the advowson of the church held in demesne 
by the same by the service aforesaid. 

Neubel, Steynton, Langwath, Mayd[enwell] and Foulestowe. 3 knights' 
fees held by John Gumbald, Henry de Baiocis, Urian de Sancto 
Petro and Alice de Cantilupo, by homage and suit at the court 
aforesaid, of whom the same John Gumbald holds a manor in Neubel, 
Henry de Baiocis a manor in demesne in the same place, and Ahce 
de Cantilupo a manor in demesne in MaydenweU. 



318 INQUISITIONS. 



Billesby and Asfordeby. A manor held by Muriel de Asfordeby ; and 
a manor held by Yvo de B[asvent*] ; both held by homage and 
service of three parts of 1 knight's fee, and suit at the court aforesaid. 

Writ of certiorari concerning the knights' fees which the said Edmund 
held in cos. Northampton, Lincoln, Leicester, Warwick and Rutland, 
21 June, 26 Edw. I. 
[Northampton.] Inq. concerning knights' fees not previously extended, 
made at Hecham Perreres on Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 
26 Edw. I. 
Wolaston and Strixton. 2 knights' fees held by Sir Robert de Bray, 
which are not of the honour of Ferrars but of the honour of Chokes. 

Lincoln. Inq. concerning knights' fees in co. Lincoln made at Lincoln, 
8 February, 27 Edw. I. As in the extent dated the eve of Christmas 
day, 26 Edw. I, with the variations there given within square 
brackets and the following differences : — 

Tyd. The manor held in demesne by Adam son of John de Tyd. 

Swyneshevyd and Bloxham. The advowsons of the churches omitted. 

Calceby. The manor with its appurtenances in Freskeneye, Waynflet, 
Strobby, Irby, Braitoft, Hotoft, Asfordby, Strustorp, Makerthorp, 
Thedelthorp, Gayton, Tathewell, Fajn-forthe, Oxecoumbe, Suaby, 
Brinchy], Hawe, Langeton, Saucethorp, Hameringham, Dunstorp, 
Hemmmgeby, Foletteby, Calthorp, Wynceby, Metringham in 
Kesteven, and Prestwolt in co. Leicester, held by PhiHp de Kyme of 
the fee of Ferrars by homage and service of 14| knights' fees and 
suit of court at Gretham every three weeks. 

Newbel, Maydenwelle, Steynton, Languat and Folestowe. Certain 
tenements held by John Gobaud, Henry de Bayouse and their 
parceners of the same fee by homage and service of 3 knights' fees 
and suit of court at Gretham every three weeks. 

Dalby. A manor with its appurtenances in Waynflet, Ulceby and Huby, 
held by John de Horreby by homage and service of 3 knights' fees 
and suit at the court of Gretham. 

Raytheby. A manor with its appurtenances in Leghorn, Catdale, 
Halington, Conyngsholm, Folestorp, Tawelle, Colkesby(?), Soterby, 
Malteby, Somercotes, Salfietby and Thettelthorp, held by Peter de 
Legbome by homage and service of 3 knights' fees and suit at the 
court at Gretham every three weeks. 

Leghorn. A manor with its appurtenances in Sutton and Riston and 
Hawe, held by Henry de Leghorn by homage and service of 2J knights' 
fees and suit at the court of Gretham. 

Billesby, Hanay (?), Markeby and Hotoft. Tenements held by the heirs 
of William de Assefordeby by homage and service of 1 knight's fee 
less a fourth part, and suit at the court of Gretham every three weeks. 

[Leicester.] Extent and appraisement of knights' fees and advowsons which 

were of Edmund earl of Leicester (undated). 
Staunton Wyvile, Scanketon and Herdewik. IJ knight's fee held by 

Robert de Wyvile, doing scutage and suit of court every three weeks. 
Hyham. J fee held by Gilbert de Bosevile by the services aforesaid. 
FroUesworth. | fee held by Ralph Davers, doing scutage when it rims. 

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EDWARD I. 319 



Wygingeston, Thurleston, Normanton, Craft, Sutton, Stoke and Upton. 

2 fees held by Robert de Champayne, doing scutage and suit of court. 
Halu. .n (?). J fee held by Walter Hylling by the same services. 
Walton. ^ fee held by the heir of William de Euere by the same services. 
Thorp by Lilleburn. | fee held by Roger Mallore by the same services. 
Suth Kenelyngwrth. J fee held by Robert son of Simon by the same 

services ; and | fee held by Richard, lord of Suth Kenelyngworth, by 

the same services. 
Wyluby, and in the water-miU of Hendredeby. ^ fee held by Martin de 

Rjrperes by the same services. 
ButunsweU. | fee held by the abbot of Leicester, Richard de Stilton 

and Peter de Uppingham by the same services ; and | fee held by 

the master of the Hospital of Jerusalem in England, doing scutage 

only. 
Nouesle and Humberston. 1 fee held by Master Roger de Martyvaus, 

doing suit of court and scutage. 
Syleby and Thymeby. 1 fee held by John de Segrave ; 
Watton and Walton. J fee held by the same ; 
Cateby. ^ fee held by the same ; by the same services. 
Wymundewold. 1 fee held by William le Bottiler; 
Raveneston. I fee held by the same ; doing scutage only. 
Knapetoft and Musele. 1 fee held by the heirs of Roger de Merleye ; 

and J fee held by the heirs of Walter de Belegrave ; doing scutage 

and suit of court. 
Gloreston, Stocfaston and Cravenhou. 1 fee held by Ralph Basset of 

Drayton by the same services. 
Hynkele. ^ fee held by the free tenants there, doing scutage only. 
Sapecote, Stoke and Upton. 1 fee held by Ralph Basset of Sapecote, 

doing scutage and suit of court. 
Attirton and Wythirdele. 1 fee held by John Wake, doing scutage only. 
Hauthirn. ^ fee held by Hugh le Despenser, doing scutage and suit 

of court. 
Hynkele. J fee held by George de Chameles, doing scutage only. 
Wymundewold, Borton and Prestewold. 1 fee held by Thomas de 

Chaworth, doing scutage and suit of court. 
Petlyng and Stapilton. 1 fee held by William Moton by the same 

services. 
Thorp. J^ fee held by Saier de Thorp by the same services. 
Normanton, Thurleston and Craft, Walton, Onelep, Sywoldeby, Smetheton 

and Saxilby. 4| fees held by Ralph de Turvyle by the same services. 
Brocton, Langeton and the other Langeton, and Hyham. 3J fees held 

by Andrew de Eleye by the same services. 
Cuntasthorp and Blaby. 1 fee held by William de Beuchaump, earl of 

Warwick, by the same services. 
ThedjTigworth. J fee held by the abbot of Leicester by scutage only. 
Brentyngthorp and Weston. | fee held by Ralph de Aneta, doing suit 

of court and scutage. 
Kyrkeby Mallore. J fee held by Thomas Mallore by the same services. 
Belegrave and Glenefeld. 1 fee held by William de Ferrar[iis] by 

scutage only. 
Wymundewold. J fee held by the abbot of Gerndon, doing scutage only. 
Lokyngton. J fee held by Simon de Senevile by scutage and suit of court. 



320 INQUISITIONS. 



Welesberuwe. | fee held by Hugh de Herdeberae, doing scutage only. 
Thedyngworth. I fee held by Isabel de Turs, doing suit and scutage. 
Evynton and Humbreston. 1^ fee held by Henry de Grey by the same 

service. 

He had no advowsons in the baiUwick. The advowsons of the abbeys 

of Leicester and Gemdon are not included because the lord gets 

no profit. 

[Warwick.] Inq. made at Warwick on Monday after St. Nicholas the bishop, 

27 Edw. I. 
Ylmindon and F[ox]cote. The manor held of the earldom of Leicester by 

John de Monte Forti for 1 knight's fee, doing homage, and the earl had a 

view of frank pledge of the tenants. 

The fee is worth 201. yearly with the advowson of the church of 

Ylmindon. 
Radeweye. | knight's fee held by the abbot of Stonle, doing scutage, 

and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 
Oxhille. I knight's fee held by the abbot of Bordesleye, doing scutage, 

and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 
Mereston Botyler. A manor held in demesne by William le Botyler 

for 1 knight's fee, doing homage, and his tenants come to a view of 

frankpledge. 
Compton Fenny. 1 knight's fee held in service by the same by homage 

and service, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 
Tachebrok Malore. The manor held in service by the same for 1 knight's 

fee by homage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 
Wodecote. J fee held by the same by homage and service, and his 

tenants come to the earl's view of frankpledge. 
Overesleye. The manor held by the same for | knight's fee, doing homage 

&c, and his tenants come to the earl's view of frankpledge. 
Morton. J fee held in service by John de Biscopdon by homage &c., 

and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 
Ordelorscote, held in frank almoin by the prior of Warminton for | knight's 

fee, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 
Lapworthe, held by Hugh de Braunteston for ^ knight's fee, doing 

homage and suit at the court of Leicester every 3 weeks, and his 

tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 
(Unspecified.) A carucate of land within the fee of Lapuorthe held by 

Robert de Brome, rendering 4s. yearly. 
Paylinton and Herdebor[ue]. | knight's fee held by Nicholas de Turwile. 
Paylinton. J knight's fee held by Hugh de Herdebor[ue] ; and ^ knight's 

fee held by Gteorge de Chameles 
Wilmedecote. | fee held by Robert de Wal by homage &c, doing suit 

of court at Leicester every three weeks, and his tenants come to the 

view of frankpledge of Hinkele. 
Filungle. J knight's fee held by John de Hastyng by homage and 

scutage only. 
Herbery. J knight's fee, except two parts of a virgate of land, held by 

the abbot of Combe, doing scutage, and his tenants come to the view 

of frankpledge of Mereston. 
Herbur[y]. J knight's fee held by John Malure of the fee of ' le megre ' by 

homage and scutage, and his tenants come to a view of fran^ledge. 



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Brinkelowe. 1 knight's fee held by John de Wake by homage and 
scutage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 

Pinle and Lodinton. | knight's fee held by William le Botyler by 
homage and scutage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge. 

Rtjtlanb. Extent made at Okham on Thursday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 
26 Edw. I. 
Wodeheved. Nine parts of a fee held by Thomas de Grele son and heir 
of Robert de Grele, a minor, of the honour of Lancaster, rendering 
9s. yearly for the guard of Lancaster. 
Ty. Three parts of a fee held by John de FolevHe of the honour of 
Leicester, 

Schedule of advowsons of aU the churches which were of the said Edmimd, 
with their values. 
Stafford. S[tok]. 

*Wulstanton. 

Hambur[y]. 

Uttoxh[ather]. 

*Tatenhull. 

loxhale. 

Rolleston. 
Derby. *Duffeld. 
Northampton. Hyham. 

*Raundes. 

*Irencestre. 
Leicester. Stapilford. 

*Edmondthorpe {Torpedm'). 

Wymundham. 

Totebur[y]. Portions of the chapel. 
Lancaster. Preston in Amondernesse. 

St. Michael's upon Wyr. 

G. Edw. I. File 81. 

424. John de Longevilers alias de Lonvylers. 

Writ, 30 Oct., 25 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Monday after St. Luke, 25 Edw. I. 

Tuxford. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by knight's 
service for a third part of | knight's fee, rendering also yearly to 
Sir Richard de Sutton 5 marks rent, and to Sir John de Bray 15^d, 

Little Drayton, la. l^r. meadow. 

Laxton. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of Robert de 
Everingham, who is in the wardship of Sir Robert de Tybetoft by 
the king's commission, so that the king will have the wardship of 
the lands of the said John as wardship of wardship and will 
render to the aforesaid heir of Everingham ^d. yearly, to the master 
of the hospital of Oscington 18d. yearly, to John de Eyvile |d. yearly 
and lib. cummin, to Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, I2d. yearly, 
for the lighting of the cross in the church of Laxton J stone 
of wax, to a chaplain celebrating in perpetuity for the souls of the 

* These churches have the word doa (dower) written against them in the margin. 

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322 INQUISITIONS. 



ancestors of John de Longevilers Iqr. of com yearly, and to one 

Roger the smith (fdbro) ^hus. of corn yearly. 
Allerton. A moiety of a mill, 3 bondmen who hold 3 bovates of land in 

vUlenage, and 4 cottars who hold 4 cottages, aU held of William son 

of William in chief, for homage only, and the tenants render 7s. 

yearly to the house of Neusum. 
Eton. 4a. meadow held of Robert de Wlrington in chief for homage. 
Carleton on Trent. 2|a. meadow. 

Thomas his brother, aged 19 at the feast of St. Ambrose the Bishop 
next, is his next heir. 

YoBK [wapentake of] Stayncl[ip]. Inq. made at Sckypton in Craven 

on the morrow of St. Clement, 26 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Tokesford. The manor held of the king in chief, service 

mispecified. . 
York. Glosbourun. The manor (extent given, with names of free tenants) 

held of Sir Robert de Styveton by homage, wardship, rehef, and 

foreign service ; with a third part whereof Lady Margaret de Nevyle 

is dowered. 

Thomas de Lonvylers, his brother, aged ... on Thursday the feast of 
the Absolution (sic), 25 Edw. I. is his next heir. 

Endorsed : It granted to the wife of John de Lung' that she may marry, 
by a fine of l&l., and it is enrolled in the chancery. 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (1.) 

425. William de la Brtjeee. 

Writ of certiorari to the sheriff of Northampton concerning knights' fees 
held by the said William, who held of King Henry III, in chief, 
1 March, 25 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton on Saturday after the Annunciation, 
25 Edw. I. 

Stoke Bruere and Shitelhanger. A knight's fee held of the earl of Warenne. 

Blithesworth. ^ knight's fee held of the earl of Ferars. 

He held nothing of king Henry III in chief. After his death the 
said fee and a half came to the hands of Joan de la Bruere his wife, 
who held the same as dower ; and after her death the fee descended ■ 
to Payn de Chaworth, kinsman and heir of the said WUham, and from 
him to Patrick his brother and heir, after whose death it came to 
Isabel late his wife and now the wife of Hugh le Despenser, who holds 
it in dower. The half fee descended after the death of the said Joan 
to Baldwin Wake as the other kinsman and heir of the same WiUiam, 
and from him to John Wake his son and heir, who afterwards 
gave it to Hugh Wake and his heirs, saving to himself the 
advowson of the church of Blithesworth, (the said Hugh) rendering to 
the said John and his heirs 121. yearly. 

C. Edw. I. File 82. (2.) 

426. Hugh Pevbrel. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Margery, late the wife of the 
said Hugh, that on his death the escheator bad taken into the king's 



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hand a messuage and a carucate of land in Dunberham, which were 
held by the said Hugh and Margery of her inheritance, and still 
retains them, 12 Nov., 24 Edw. I. 
[Wilts.] Inq. Thursday after the Circumcision, 25 Edw. I. 

Little Domerham. A capital messuage &c. 48a. arable, la. meadow, 
pasture and 16s. yearly rent, held of Reginald de Sancto Martino by 
service of \ knight's fee ; which the said Hugh held of the inheritance 
of Margery his wife, who continued in joint seisin with him until 
the day of his death. 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (3.) 

427. Ralph son and heir of Thomas Jocelyn. 

IJssEX. Proof of age taken before the king at Westminister at the end of 
25 and the beginning of 26 Edw. I. 

Whereas the said Ralph son and heir of Thomas Joceljm, deceased, 
whose lands &c. came into the king's hand by the forfeiture of Adam de 
Stratton, who had the. wardship by the demise of Humphrey de Bohun, 
earl of Hereford and Essex, says that he is of full age and seeks the 
lands &c. which are in the hand of William de Hamelton by the king's 
grant, and has been given a day on the octave of St. Michael to prove 
his age, the sheriff was bidden to summon jurors and to warn the said 
Wilham, which he did : the parties appeared and the said WiUiam gave 
no reason for delaying the proof. 

Ralph de Merk, aged 40 years, dwelling at Rothing two leagues from 
Schelewe where the said Ralph [Jocelyn] was bom, says that the latter 
is of full age, to wit 21 years old on the day of St. Lucy the Virgin last, 
and that he was baptized at Wylynghale on the fourth day after his 
birth. He is his godfather and gave him his baptismal name and hfted 
him from the font ; and he has a son named Thomas born the year after 
the said Ralph who will be 21 years of age at Christmas next. 

John Den, aged 50 years, dwelling at Fifhid two leagues from Schelewe 
agrees, and knows it because he has a daughter named Agnes who was 
bom nearly two years before the said Ralph, who is now 23 years of age, 
and the nurse who suckled her went from his house to suckle the said 
Ralph ; and at that time he was verderer of that country, and he was 
at the feast of the purification of the said Ralph's mother. 

Hugh son of Michael, aged 50 years, dweUing at Stanford three leagues 
from Schelewe, agrees, and knows it because Michael his father died on 
St. Stephen's day next after the said birth and since this deatfi 22 years 
have elapsed ; and he has a daughter, Agnes, who was bom a year before 
the said Ralph, and will be 22 years of age at the feast of St. Lucy next. 

WiUiam son of Robert, aged 46 years, dweUing at Writel half a league 
from Schelewe, agrees, and knows it because he has an elder son named 
Robert who was bom at the feast of St. Martin before the birth of the 
said Ralph, and wiU be 22 years of age at the feast of St. Martin next ; 
and his wife was purified on the same day of St. Lucy on which the said 
Ralph was bom, and the said Ralph's father was at his house for the feast. 

John de Boweles, aged 50 years and more, dweUing at Schelewe Boweles 
three furlongs {quarentenas) from Schelewe where the said Ralph was 
born, agrees, and knows it because he has a son named Adam who was 
born at Whitsunday next after [the said] Ralph's [birth], and wiU be 



324 INQUISITIONS. 



22 years of age at Whitsunday next ; and he was servant of Ralph's father 
in Schelewe and left his service at Michaelmas next before the said Ralph's 
birth, and this was 22 years ago last Michaelmas. 

Peter Maunsard, aged 40 years, dwelling at Fifhide one league from 
Schelewe, agrees, and knows it because he was server {clericus deserviens) 
of the vicar of WilinhaU and was present serving at the baptismal service 
of the said Ralph'-, the baptizing priest was called Nicholas, and the 
godfathers were Ralph de Merk and WiUiam de La. . .le. 

Peter de Mareny, aged 36 years, dwelling at Fifhide one league from 
Schelewe, agrees, and ^ows it because he had a son named Thomas at the 
feast of St. Nicholas next before the birth of the aforesaid heir, who 
will be 22 years of age at that feast next ; and he was at the purification 
of the said heir's mother. 

WiUiam son of Richard, aged 46 years, dwelUng at Schelewford half 
a league from Schelewe, agrees, and knows it because on the same day of 
St. Lucy he came to the father of the said Ralph to speak with him and 
was told on his way that the said Thomas had a son, to wit the said Ralph ; 
and he married his wife a year after and that was 21 years ago. 

Henry Ridel, aged 40 years, dwelling at Stanford three leagues from 
Schelewe, agrees, and knows it because he has a son named Thomas who 
was bom eight days after the said Ralph, and wiU be 22 years of age on 
the octave of St. Lucy next. 

Philip Parker {Parcarius), aged 46 years, dweUing at Stanford three 
leagues from Shelewe, agrees, and knows it because he has a daughter 
named Christiana bom at the feast of St. Katharine before the birth of 
the said Ralph, who will be 22 years of age at the said feast next ; and 
he himself was for a long time servant {famulus) of the aforesaid Thomas. 

WiUiam de Molinis, aged 46 years, dwelling at Godynestre a league and 
a half from Schelewe, agrees, and knows it because at the feast of 
St. Michael next it wiU be 22 years since he first came into Essex and the 
said Ralph was bom on the feast of St. Lucy following ; and he was at 
the feast of the purification of the said Ralph's mother, and that was after 
he came to Essex. 

John Pedeleuere, aged 45 years, dweUing at Blaunche Roynge two 
leagues from Schelewe, agrees, and knows it because he has a brother 
named WiUiam, bom on the same day as the said Ralph, who will be 
22 years of age on the feast of St. Lucy next : he was also at the feast 
of the purification of the said Ralph's mother. 

And because the aforesaid Ralph has sufficiently proved his age before 
the long and appears by the look of his body to be of full age, to wit 
21 years, let him have seisin of the lands &c. of his inheritance, and let 
this record be sent to the chancellor. 

C.Edw.I. File S2. (4.) 
428. Ralph de Gottshuul. 

Writ of certiorari super modo et causa capcionis concerning the lands held 
by the said Ralph on the day of his death, 12 Feb. 25 Edw. I. 
YoEK. Return by the escheator. The tenements were taken into the king's 
hand through the death of Peter de Goushvill, father of the said 
Ralph, m the time of Thomas de Normanvill, sometime escheator, 
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Holderness. Afterwards the present escheator received a writ to 
restore the wardship of the lands &c. late of the said Peter in Little 
Coldon to Eustace de Hacche, to whom the king had committed the 
wardship, until the lawful age of the said Peter's heir, who died a 
minor ; which writ he executed. Afterwards he received another 
writ that a certain inquisition made by Thomas de Normanvill was 
insufficient, because he made no mention what lands the said Ralph 
held of the king as of the crown, or of an honour or barony, and he 
made inquisition thereon and returned it to the chancery. After- 
wards in execution of another writ he assigned dower to Hawis late 
the wife of the said Ralph, she having taken oath not to marry 
without the king's licence. Then he received a writ of diem clatisit 
extremum after the death of the same Ralph ; in execution whereof 
he took an inquisition and returned it to the chancery ; by reason 
whereof he took as well the lands assigned to the said Hawis as' 
the other lands which were of the said Ralph into the King's hand. 

(-See No. 209 and Vol. II. Nos. 607 and 823.) 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (5.) 

429. John son and heir of John de Mares. 

Proof of age made before the king on the octave of the Purification, 

25 Edw. I. 

Northampton. Whereas the said John says he is of full age and has petitioned 

the king for the restoration of the lands of his inheritance, which are 

in the wardship of Master Peter de Lek by the king's grant, and a 

day has been given him to prove his age ; the sheriff was bidden 

to summon jurors and to warn the said Peter to be present, who 

did not come, and being warned again on the octave of St. Hilary 

last past did not come ; wherefore let the proof of age be proceeded 

with. 

Peter Barry, aged 50 years and more, dwelUng half a league from 

Mares Assheby, says that the said John son of Jolm was 21 years of age 

on Christmas day last, and was born at Mares Assheby and baptized in 

the church there ; and this he knows because he himself has a son named 

Peter born at the feast of St. Andrew before the birth of the said John, 

who was 21 years of age at the feast of St. Andrew last past ; moreover 

the mother of the said John was purified on the Sunday before the 

Purification 21 years ago. 

WiUiam Ketel, aged 50 years and more, dwelling a league from Mares 
Assheby, agrees, and knows it because he had a son named John, now 
dead, who was born four days after the said John son of John, and would 
have completed 21 years last Christmas if he had lived ; he also knows 
it from the saying of WiUiam vicar of the aforesaid church, who baptized 
the said John (son of John). 

Hugh son of Hugh de Wyluby, aged 50 years and more, dwelling a 
league from Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because Hugh his father 
died at the feast of St. Michael before the birth of the said John, and 
he paid relief for his land {terrain suam relevavit) at Christmas following, 
which relief was 21 years ago last Christmas ; he knows moreover by the 
saying of Alice the wife of William Elys of Assheby, godmother of the 
aforesaid John. 



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Michael Auncel of Wyluby, aged 40 years and more, dwelling a league 
from Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because he has a daughter 
Alice, who was bom at the feast of St. Thomas the apostle before the birth 
of the aforeasid John, and was 21 years of age at the feast of St. Thomas 
last ; and moreover he knows the facts by the saying of Alice god- 
mother of the said John and of one John son of Thomas his godfather. 

GreofErey de Catteworth, aged 38 years and more, dwelling a league 
from Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because on the morrow of the 
Epiphany next after the birth of the aforesaid John he married Alice 
his wife, by whom he had a daughter Lecia who was 14 years of age at 
the feast of St. Mark last, and the said John on the day of her birth was 
six years of age. 

Robert Coleman, aged 50 years and more, dwelling in Mares Assheby, 
agrees, and knows it because he was in the church (at the hour of the ?) 
birth of the said John and there heard of his birth ; moreover he has 
a brother Roger who was bom a month .... and was 21 years old 
a month before Christmas last ; and (he knows it from) the aforesaid 
godparents, and by the" relation of the country. 

Walter son of Ranulph, aged 45 years and more, dwelling a furlong 
(qimrentenam) from Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because on 
Whitsunday before the birth of the aforesaid John he married Alice his 
wife, and that was 21 years ago last Whitsunday ; moreover he was in 
the aforesaid church at the hour of the birth of the said John and there 
heard of his birth. 

Richard son of John de Assheby, aged 50 years and more, dwelling in 
Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because at the feast of St. Andrew 
before the birth of the aforesaid John he acquired a virgate of land in 
Assheby from John the father for a term of years and at the feast of 
St. Andrew last 21 years had elapsed. 

Richard son of Robert de Assheby, aged 50 years and more, dwelling 
in Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because that he has a sister Alice 
who was bom at Whitsunday before the birth of the said John and she 
was 21 years of age last Whitsunday. 

John de Hampton, aged 40 years and more, dwelling a league from 
Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because he has a nephew John, who 
was bom four days before the birth of the aforesaid John, and was 
21 years of age before last Christmas. 

Geoffrey Hykun of Wyluby, aged 40 years and more, dwelling a league 
from Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because he saw the said John 
in his cradle and has seen him every year since ; and also by the talk 
of the country. 

Adam son of Peter of Wyluby, aged 40 years and more, dwelling a 
league from Mares Assheby, agrees, and knows it because he had an uncle, 
John, who died at the feast of St. Michael before the birth of the afore- 
said John without heir of himself, and his lands &c. descended to the 
said Adam as his nephew and next heir, and that was 21 years ago last 
Michaelmas. 

And because the said John son of John has sufficiently proved his age 
and appears by the look of his body to be of fuU age, let him have seisin 
of the lands of his inheritance, and let the record be sent to the king's 
chancellor. 

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430. Mary daughter of William de Mohun. 

Proof of age of Mary, younger daughter and one of the heirs of William 
de Mohun, taken before the king at Westminster on the octave of 
Holy Trinity, 25 Edw. I. 
Wilts. Whereas John de Myriet, who married the said Mary, says that she 
is of full age and seeks the restoration of her lands &c. which are in 
the wardship of the executors of the testament of Robert son of 
John, the executors of the testament of John de Knovill, Maud de 
Mortuo Mari, and John de Galmeton, by the demise of Eleanor 
sometime queen of England', the king's mother, and by the king's 
grant, and the king has given the said Mary the octave of Holy Trinity 
for proving her age, the sheriff was ordered to provide jurors and 
to warn the executors of the will of John de Knovill to be present ; 
but they did not come. 
SotrTHAMPTOlir. Order was given to the sheriff to warn the said executors 

to be present, but they did not come. 
Devon. Order was given to the sheriff to warn John de Galmeton and the 

escheator south of Trent to be present, but they did not come. 
Gloucester. Order was given to the sheriff to warn Maud de Mortuo Mari 

to be present, but she did not come. 
Bedford. Order was given to the sheriff to warn the aforesaid executors 

to be present, but they did not come. 
Dorset. Order was given to the sheriff to warn John de Galmeton to be present, 
but he did not come. Wherefore let the proof aforesaid be taken. 
Nicholas Burdon, knight, aged 28 years, says that the said Mary was 
bom in Mildehale and was 14 years of age at the feast of the Conception 
last past : and this he knows because two years before her birth the 
king seized his body and lands by way of wardship after the death of his 
father, and that is 18 years ago. 

Roger de Stotescumbe, aged 35 years, dwelling half a league from 
Mildehale, agrees, and knows it because he had a spn, now deceased, 
named Nicholas, bom at the feast of St. John the Baptist next following, 
who if he had been alive would now be 14 years old ; and in the year 
that the said Mary was bom he himself returned to England from beyond 
the seas, and that is 14 years ago and more. 

John de Berwyk, aged 40 years and more, dwelling five leagues from 
Mildenhale, says that the said Mary was bom at MUdenhale and baptized 
in the church there, and that she was 14 years of age at the feast of the 
Conception : and this he knows because his father died in the year after 
the birth of the said Mary, and nearly 14 years have passed since his father's 
death. 

John de Hardington, aged 50 years, dwelling two leagues from Mildenhale, 
agrees, and knows it because he was present at her baptism and the 
queen, the king's mother, lifted her from the font and named her Mary 
because she was born on the eve of the Conception of the Blessed Mary : 
and he had a son named Adam who died before the birth of the said 
Mary, and he is sure that 14 years have passed since. 

Nicholas Dysmars, aged 50 years and more, dwelling two leagues from 
Mildenhale, agrees, and knows it because in the year of the birth of the 
said Mary he obtained a piece of land from his uncle, whereof a fine was 
levied in the Bench in the same term. 



328 INQUISITIONS. 



Roger Page, aged 50 years and more, dwelling a league from Mildenhale, 
agrees, and knows it because on the same day of the Conception he gave 
in marriage his wife's sister Alice and was at her nuptials, since when 
14 years have passed and more. 

John atte Mere, aged 60 years and more, dwelUng a league from 
Middelhale (sic), agrees, and knows it because he was in Mildenhale when 
the said Mary was baptized, and he and his wife were at the feast when 
her mother was purified. 

William Waryn, aged 30 years and more, agrees, and knows it because 
at Easter after the birth of the said Mary he himself had a daughter 
named Denise, now dead, who if she had lived would be 14 years old. 

Peter de Polton, aged 25 years and more, agrees, and knows it because 
he was present at the baptism and Eleanor the Mng's mother raised 
her from the sacred font, and one Ralph, who was the same queen's 
chaplain, baptized her ; he says also that in the same year a Httle before 
Whitsunday he married Cecily his wife, who is yet living, and since then 
he is sure (expeiivs) 14 years have passed and more. 

Reginald Wace of Polton, aged 36 years and more, agrees, and knows it 
because on the Sunday after the Purification he took his journey for 
Santiago on pilgrimage, since when 14 years and more have elapsed ; 
he says that queen Eleanor lifted her from the sacred font. 

William Jonkyn, aged 40 years and more, agrees, and knows it because 
soon after Easter in the year in which the said Mary was bom he married 
Isabel his wife ; and he was baUiff to the queen the king's mother, who, 
with Cecily de Bello Campo, was godmother of the said Mary. 

WiUiam le Chaumberleyn of Vroxfeld, aged 30 years and more, agrees, 
and knows it because WUliam his own father died on the morrow of the 
purification of the said Mary's mother, and was buried in the cemetery 
of the church of Froxfeld, three leagues from Mildenhale. 

And because she has sufficiently proved her age and it appears by her 
look that she is of full age, viz. 14 years and more, let her have seisin 
of the lands of her inheritance and let this record be sent to the 
chancellor. 

C.Edw.I. Fik82. (7.) 

431. EliEANOB DAtJGHTEE OS WlLLIAM DE MOHUN. 

Proof of age of Eleanor daughter and one of the heirs of WiUiam de Mohun, 
taken before the king at Westminster, 25 Edw. I. 

Devon. Whereas John de Carreu [alias Karru], who married the said Eleanor, 
says she is of full age, and has petitioned for the restoration of her lands 
&c. which are in the wardship of the king, and John de Galmeton, 
the executors of the testament of Robert son of John, and the 
executors of the testament of John de Knovill, by the king's grant, 
and the king has given the said Eleanor the octave of St. John the 
Baptist for proving her age, the sheriff was ordered to provide jurors, 
and to warn Malcolm de Harle the escheator and John de Galmeton, 
who did not come. 

SoTTTHAMPTON. Similar order given to the sheriff to warn the executors of 
Robert son of John, who did not come. 

Bedford. Similar order given to the sheriff to warn the same executors, 
who did not come. 



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Wilts. Similar order given to the sheriff to warn the same executors, who 
did not come. Wherefore let the proof aforesaid be taken. 

John de Asshele of Walsheburn, knight, aged 60 years and more, distant 
three leagues from Stokefieming, says that the said Eleanor was 16 years of 
age at the Gule of August last, and was born at Stokefieming and 
baptized in the church of that place ; and this he knows because there 
was an eyre of the justices In Devon in the king's 8th year, and the said 
Eleanor was born the year following ; he was at the feast on the day when 
her mother was purified nearly 17 years ago ; her sister Mary, younger 
by two years, has proved her age in the king's , court ; and Sir Gilbert 
de Knovill, knight, John de Morceles and Eleanor de Eisshaker were her 
godparents. 

Gilbert son of Stephen, knight, of Norton by Stokefieming, aged 
30 years and more, agrees, for the same reasons, except that he was not 
at the said feast. ' 

Henry de Rale, aged 32 years, distant six leagues from Stokefieming, 
agrees, and knows it by the talk of the country (patrie) ; because Gilbert the 
godfather told him ; and because Mary the younger sister has proved her age. 

Roger le Nonaunt, knight, aged 36 years, distant twenty leagues from 
Stokefieming, agrees, and remembers by the war of David brother of 
Llewelin, which was in the king's tenth year, in which year the said 
Eleanor's father died and she was born before that. He was not present 
at her birth or baptism, and only knew of them by the talk of the 
country. 

Andrew de Truslok, then of Brickesham, knight, aged 60 years and 
more, distant three leagues from Stokefieming, agrees with the above Roger, 
and adds that four years before he was made a knight at ' la Heved ' by 
Sir Henry de Chaumbemoun. 

Robert de Grues, knight, of Little Dertemue by Stokefieming, aged 
60 years and more, agrees with Gilbert son of Stephen, adding that in 
the same year about the feast of St. Michael a daughter, named Joan, 
was bom to him, who is now 16 years of age. 

Robert de Stockeheye, aged 40 years, agrees with Roger Nenaunt (sic), 
adding that he remembers because he was then clerk to the sheriff of 
Devon, and in the king's ninth year at the end of the eyre of the justices 
in the said county the pleas ' quo warranto ' were adjourned to the county 
of Gloucester to the tenth year, in which year began the war of David &c, 

Robert de Malleston, aged 50 years and more, distant four leagues from 
Stokefieming, agrees, and knows it because he has a son named John, 
now 17 years of age; and he was moreover a great friend of {multum 
familiar') William de Mohun the said Eleanor's father, and was every day 
in his house. 

Thomas de StokehuU, aged 30 years, distant three leagues from Stoke- 
fieming, William de Chaumbernoun, knight, aged 40 years and more, 
Thomas de Rale, knight, aged 30 years, and David de Germungton, aged 
30 years and more, agree. 

And because the said Eleanor has sufficiently proved her age and it 
appears by the look of her that she is of full age, viz. 14 years old, let 
her have seisin &c. and let this record be sent to the chancellor. 

On a hanging tag attached : Cancellar' domini regis per B. le 
Brabanzon. 

C.Edw.I. File 82, (7.) 



330 rN-QUISITIONS. 



432. Elizabeth daughter of John db Sottbsbrok. 

Proof of age of Elizabeth daughter and one of the heirs of John de 

Sottesbrok, taken before the king at Westminster on the octave of 

St. Michael, 25 Edw. I. 

Berks. Whereas the said Elizabeth says she is of full age, and has sought 

for the lands &c. of her inheritance, which are in the king's wardship, 

to be restored to her, and the octave of St. Michael has been given 

to her to prove her age, the sheriflE was ordered to warn the escheator 

this side Trent to be present, who being present in court says 

nothing why the said proof ought to be delayed, therefore let the 

proof proceed. 

Bartholomew de Arle, aged 40 years and more, distant six leagues from 

Sottesbrok, says that the said Ehzabeth was bom at Sottesbrok and 

baptized in the church there, and she will be 16 years old about the feast 

of [St.] Nicholas next ; and this he knows because, when John Sotesbrok 

her father died and the manor of Sotesbrok came into the king's hand 

by way of wardship, he was sub-escheator in the county and took an 

inquisition as to the age of the said Ehzabeth, by which it was found that 

she was 14 years of age, and this was two years ago. 

WiUiam Jurdan of Bray, distant a league from Sottesbrok, aged 40 years 
and more, agrees, and knows it because in the same year that the said 
Ehzabeth was bom, he brought to his own home his wife Sibyl about the feast 
of all Saints before the said Elizabeth was bom ; and he was present at 
the feast of the purification of her mother in Christmas week following. 
John de Bentfeld, distant two leagues from Sottesbrok, aged 40 years 
and more, agrees, and knows it because John, the said Elizabeth's father, 
impleaded him in the Bench at Westminster by writ of trespass eighteen 
years ago, and afterwards at Michaelmas sixteen years ago they were 
agreed, and in the same year on the morrow of St. Nicholas the aforesaid 
Ehzabeth was bom, and he was present at the aforesaid feast on the 
day when her mother arose from childbed {de puerperio relevavit). 

Gilbert Saddok of Blaunche Wautham by Sottesbrok, aged 40 years 
and more, agrees, and knows it because in the same year he first served 
John father of the said Ehzabeth and bought a virgate of land in the 
same town, and two years later gave his own daughter Christiana in 
marriage, now 14years ago. 

Peter Terri of Wautham by Sottesbrok, aged 40 years and more, agrees, 
and says that he was at the feast of the said EHzabeth's mother, and he 
has a niece bom in the same year who has always hved in his house, by 
whose age he remembers that of the said Elizabeth. 

Wilham Terry of Wautham by Sottesbrok, aged 40 years and more, 
agrees, and says that he was present at the aforesaid feast, and has a 
daughter Emma bom on St. Nicholas' day, older by one day than the 
said Ehzabeth, who was bom on the morrow, and she will be 16 years 
of age on the day of St. Nicholas next. 

Robert Cmchefeld of Bray by Sottesbrok, aged 40 years and more, 
agrees, and knows it because in the year when the said Ehzabeth was 
bom his own wife Christiana died, and was buried at Bray on Christmas 
eve 16 years ago next Christmas. 

Simon Pypard of Henton, distant two leagues from Stotesbrok (sic), 
aged 40 years and more, agrees, and knows it because he had a son John, 



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who died 5 years ago, who was bom at the feast of St. John the Baptist 
in the same year as the said Elizabeth. 

John de Judon of Wokyngham, distant two leagues from Stotesbrok (sic), 
aged 30 years and more, agrees, and knows it because in the year when the 
said Elizabeth was bom he took a certain land to farm from one William 
Terry for 16 years, which term expired at the feast of St. Michael last, 
when the lease {scriptum de eadem firma) was broken (ruptum). 

John Bythewode of Hurst, distant a league and a half from Sotesbrok, aged 
40 years and more, agrees, except that he was not present at the aforesaid 
feast, but he well recollects because he married his own wife Alice, who 
is still alive, at the feast of St. Hilary later in the same year. 

Edmund Bumel of Wyndessore, distant five leagues from Sotesbrok, aged 
35 years and more, agrees, and knows it because he was then in the town 
of Sotesbrok being brought up (nutritus) in the house of one Ralph 
Smewyne ; he has also a sister named Alice, bom in the same year two 
days after the said Ehzabeth, who will be 16 years old on the third day 
after St. Nicholas next. 

Thomas Syward, of Redding, distant four leagues from Sotesbrok, 
aged 40 years and more, agrees, for he was present on the day she was 
born and baptized, and recollects because in the same year Sir Richard 
Fuk' gave his (Thomas') son Robert certain land in Arle. 

And because the said Elizabeth has sufficiently proved her age 
and appears by the look of her to be of full age, viz. 14 years, let her 
have seisin of the lands &c. of her inheritance, and let this record be sent 
to the chancellor. 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (8.) 
433. Waein de Insula. 

Writ, 7 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. made at Semere on Wednesday aft^ SS. Fabian and 
Sebastian, 25 Edw. I. 
Noddinge. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Ely by service 
of 2 knights' fees ; and 4d. ought to be paid yearly to the hundred of 
Cosford, and Bd. to the parson of Bildeston. He demised the manor 
two years ago to Hervey de Stanton for life. 

Suffolk. Inq. made at Fynebergh, 4 Jan. 25 Edw. I. 

Finebergh. The manor (extent given), whereof the said Warin and AHoe 
his wife, who stiU survives, were enfeoffed jointly by one Nicholas de 
Charterey to hold to them and the heirs of the said Warin of the 
chief lords, viz. of the heirs of Sir Robert de Muscegros, by service 
of a knight's fee ; and the said Alice remained in seisin with her 
husband until his death, and afterwards until the manor was taken 
into the king's hand. 

Robert his son, aged 6 years on the feast of SS. Fabian and Sebastian 
next, is his next heir. 

Cambeidgb. Inq. made at Cambridge on the day of St. Thomas the Apostle, 
25 Edw. I. 
Ramptone. The manor (extent given), including rents at Wynepol 
pertaining thereto, the advowson of the church of Wynepole, and a 
fishery, held jointly as above, by the enfeoffment of the said Nicholas, 
of Geoffrey de Burdeleys by service of If knight's fee. 



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Cotenham. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Ely by 

service of a moiety of a knight's fee. 
Coveney with Maneye. The manor (extent given) held in socage of the 

prior of Ely by service of 5s. 

Heir as above. 

Writ, 7 Dec. 25 Edw. I. 
[Bedford.] Inq. made at Sheford on Saturday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 
25 Edw. I. 
Kamelton. The manor (extent given), including 15a. wood devastated 
in the time of the said Warin, held of the king in chief, as an escheat 
of the lands &c. late of the countess of Albemarle, by service of 
I knight's fee ; and Nicholas de Meperdeshale ought to receive 2d. 
yearly for 4a. meadow, and Nicholas Tuppeest (?) 2d. 

Heir as above, aged 6 years and more. 

Writ {ad meliiis inquirendum) because by the previous inquisition it does 
not appear whether the manor of Kamelton was held of the dower 
of the countess of the lands late of WiUiam de Fortibus, her husband, 
or of the lands of her own inheritance, 25 June, 25 Edw. I. 
[Bbdfobd.] Inq. made at Sefford on Friday after SS. Peter and Paul, 
25 Edw. I. 
Camelton. The said Warin held the manor of the escheat of the lands 
which were of the said countess, which she held of her own inheritance, 
by service of | knight's fee ; and the countess held of the earl of 
Gloucester by the said service, as is beUeved, of | knight's fee. 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (9.) 

434. John son and heir of John Cobdeboef. 

Writ to the escneator to take the proof of age of the said John who was 
bom at Buxlowe, co. Suffolk, and baptized in the church there, 
as is said, 20 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Proof of age made at Buckeslowe on Wednesday the feast of 
St. Edmund, King and Martyr, 26 Edw. I. commencing. 
Henry Portman, aged 60 years, says the said John was bom on the day 
of St. Francis, 2 Edw. I. at the haU of Buckeslowe, co. Suffolk, from which 
day 23 years have elapsed ; he was baptized in the baptistry of the 
church of Freston, and John then prior of Snape hfted him from the 
font ; and this he recollects because on the said day of St. Francis his 
niece Juhana bore two sons Thomas and John, who were 23 years of age on 
that feast last past. 

Thomas Slene, aged 100 years, agrees, and remembers it because there was 
discord between John Fraunceys, father of the said John, and B«ginald 
then rector of the church of Buckeslowe, at the time of the said John's 
birth, which was ended 23 years ago at the feast of St. Francis last, 
for which cause he was baptized at Freston and not at Buckeslowe. 

Reginald Knot, aged 50 years, agrees, and recollects it because one 
Maud his mother's sister, bore a daughter Basilia about the said feast of 
St. Francis, who was 23 years of age about that feast last past. 

John Kerrych, aged 40 years, agrees, and recollects it because about the 
said feast his mother bore his brother Richard, who was 23 at that feast 
last past. 



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Reginald del Sond, aged 44 years, agrees, and recollects it because about 
the said feast Robert Knot his kinsman was born, who was 23 years of 
age at that feast last past. 

Thomas de Kysterwode, aged 43 years, agrees, and recollects it because 
John his brother was born about the said feast, and was 23 years of age 
at that feast last past. 

Simon DouUe, aged 44 years, agrees, and is certain of it because Robert 
his brother was born about the said feast and was 23 years of age at that 
feast last past. 

John Faber, agrees, and recollects it because on the day of the said 
John's birth he broke his right leg, journeying from Oreford to Buckeslowe, 
23 years ago at the said feast last past. 

Roger de Braham, aged 52 years, agrees, and recollects it because John 
his son was born on the third day after the said John (the heir), and 
was 23 years of age on the third day after the feast of St. Francis last. 

Thomas Kelnehod, aged 44 years, agrees, and well recollects because 
at the time of the said John's birth he was in the service of Reginald 
then rector of Buckeslowe, between whom and John Fraunceis, father of 
the said John Cordebuef, there was great discord. 

Thomas Warde, aged 50 years, agrees, and is certain of it because 
Avelina his sister was born on the morrow of the said John's birth, 
and was 23 years of age on the morrow of St. Francis last. 

John Knot, aged 42 years, agrees, and well recollects because Ahoe his 
mother was then serving Joan mother of the said John Cordebuef at 
Buckeslowe, and was present when he was born, and has often recited in 
witness's presence the years from the birth. 

Endorsed : Before the lord chancellor. 

C.Edw.I. File 2,2. (10.) 

435. Thomas son and heir of Thomas de Bekeeing. 

Proof of age of the said Thomas, taken before the king^t Westminster, 
25 Edw. I {much defaced). 
Lincoln. Whereas the said Thomas says he is of full age and seeks the lands 
of his inheritance which are in the wardship of Walter de Hunter- 
cumbe and William de Hamelton by the king's grant, the sheriff 
^as ordered to provide jurors for the quinzaine of St. John the 
Baptist. 
Northumberland. The sheriff was ordered to warn the said Walter to be 

present, but he came not. 

HxTNTiNGDON. The sheriff was ordered to warn William de Hamelton to 

be present, but he came not. Wherefore let the said proof be taken &c. 

Nicholas Tuchet of Heynton, distant two leagues from Bekering, says 

that the said Thomas was bom at Bekering and baptized in the church 

there, and was 21 years old at Christmas last, and he knows it because 

the mother of the said Thomas told him 15 years ago that the said Thomas 

was then 6 years old. 

WiUiam ad Portam of Houton by Bekering, aged 40 years, agrees, and 
knows it because 21 years ago at the last feast of St. Michael 
he bought some land at Waggeby, and the said Thomas was born at 
the feast of St, Thomas the Apostle next following. 



334 INQUISITIONS. 



Andrew of Tyrington by Bekeringg, aged 30 years and more, agrees, 
and knows it because he has a sister Rose who was bom about three 
weeks after the said Thomas. 

Gilbert son of Thomas of Houton by Bekering, aged 40 years, agrees, 
and knows it because he has a son Roger who was bom a fortnight 
after the said Thomas. 

John de la Grene of Bekering, aged 60 years, agrees, adding that he 
was present in the town when the said Thomas was bom and baptized, 
and he has a son Nicholas who was bom about the feast of St. Peter ad 
Vincula before the birth of the said Thomas. 

GeofErey West of Houton by Bekering, aged 40 years, agrees, and 
knows it because he was in the town at the time, his mother raised the 
said Thomas from the sacred font, and John his father died in the 
preceding year. 

Nicholas de Haulay of Houton by Bekering, aged 40 years, agrees, and 
knows it because he was present in the same parish, and he has a 
daughter AKce, still surviving, bom shortly after the said Thomas, whose 
mother was nurse to the same Thomas and suckled him. 

James ad Rypam of Houton by Bekering, aged 30 years and more, 
agrees, and recollects it because he has a nephew Richard, bom the same 
year and week as the said Thomas, who this year was ordained sub- 
deacon. 

Robert Fraunceys of Houton by Bekeringg, aged 30 years, agrees, and 
knows it because his father Simon died 15 days before the birth of the 
said Thomas. 

Alan de Eyvile of Wraggeby by Bekering, aged 40 years, agrees and 
knows it because he let some land to farm to one Adam le Pyndere for 
twenty years, which term expired a year and more ago. 

John de Seint Poul of Langeton by Bekering, agrees, and knows it 
because he has a sister Denise {JDyon') who was bom in the year before 
the said Thomas. 

Richard son of Eva of Ludeford by Bekering, aged 40 years, agrees, 
and knows it because at Michaelmas before the birth of the said Thomas 
he received a certain land to farm from one Geoffrey de Raund for 
twenty years, which term expired two years ago. 

And because the said Thomas has sufficiently proved his age and 
appears by the look of his body to be of full age, viz., 21 years, let 
him have seisin of the lands of his inheritance and let tliis record 
be sent to the chancellor. 

{Conf. Coram Bege Boll, Trinity, 25 Edw. I. rot. 30, from which this 
abstract has been chiefly made.) 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (11.) 
436. Hbebebt son and heie of John de Marisco. 

Dublin. Proo] of age, made at Lesmecaigh, co. DubUn, before Master Thomas 

Cantok, chancellor, and Walter de la Haye, escheator, of Ireland, 

on Friday the eve of St. Matthew, 25 Edw. I. (defaced). 

Wilham le Graunt, knight, says that the said Herbert is son and heir 

of John de Marisco, who held of the king in chief, and was bom at 

Polrothen, co. Dubhn, and baptized in the church there, and is 21 years 

old at the present' feast of St. Matthew ; and this he knows because 



EDWARD I. 335 



John de Marisco the father died 13 years ago at Easter day last, and then 
the same Herbert was 8 years old ; moreover he himself had a son Henry 
born a year before the said Herbert, who is 22 years old. 

Thomas de Rupe, knight, says that the said Herbert is of full age, and 
knows it because he has a son Walter who was born .... of St. 
Ca the Abbot in the same year. 

Cohn le Gardiner says the like, and knows it because Clada, mother 

of Reymund son of David who was of John de Marisco the 

father, died 23 years ago at Whitsunday last, and the said Herbert was 
born in the second year after. 

John Madok says the like, and knows it because John de Marisco the 
father was interested in his affairs (magnas in rebus suis) and he, John 
Madok, heard when his heir was born. 

WiUiam son of David de PortnehuUe says the like, and knows it because 
he married Wenthlian, daughter of John de Sancto Albino, 18 years ago 
at the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula last, and the same Herbert was then 
three (?) years of age. 

John son of David says the like, and knows it because he has a son 
Roger who was born at the feast of St. Michael in the same year as the 
said Herbert. 

Meyler son of Roger, Geoffrey son of David, Walter Granyth, Cadogan 
son of Philip, Louelyn son of Meiler, John son of Reymund and Madoc 
de Clonasse, agree. 

Memorandum that this is the third proof (probatio) of age ever made in 
Ireland, and always before the time of the present chancellor 
inquisitions used to be taken concerning age, not proofs. 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (12.) 

437. Thomas son and heie of John de Verdon. 

Proof of age of the said Thomas, taken before the king a month from 

Easter day, 2[5] Edw. I. 
York. Because the said Thomas says he is of full age, and has sought the 

lands &c. of his inheritance, the sheriff was ordered to provide a jury. 
Northampton. The sheriff was ordered to warn John de Ferariis, to whom 

the king had granted the wardship, and the escheator Malcolm de 

Harle, but neither_came, wherefore let the proof of age be proceeded 

with. 
Edmund Foliot, aged 40 years, says that the said Thomas was born at 
Whistan, co. York, and baptized in the church there on the fourth day 
after the Epiphany 21 years ago, and this he knows because he is of 
Handesworth, three leagues, from Whytstan, and was present when the 
said TSomas was baptized ; moreover in the same year Thomas de 
Fumyvall, grandfather of the aforesaid Thomas, procured (procuravit erga) 
Sir Richard Folyot, father of the said Edmund, to give the said Edmund 
the manor of Rysun, co. Lincoln. 

Thomas de Furneus, aged 40 years and more, says the like, and knows 
it because at that time he was constable of the castle of Sheffeld, distant 
.... from Whytstan, which then belonged to Sir Thomas de Furnyvaus, 
his lord, grandfather of the said Thomas ; he was not present at Whytstan 
at the time of the birth or baptism, but news of the birth came forthwith 



336 INQUISITIONS. 



to him at the castle, because his lord was father of Eleanor mother of the 
said Thomas de Verdon. 

Thomas de Bosevyle, aged 40 years {quadragenarius) and more, of 
Derfeud, five leagues from Whytstan, says the like, and knows it because 
he was present with Thomas de Fumyvaus, then his lord, and hfted the 
aforesaid Thomas from the sacred font ; and in the same year a Uttle 
after the Purification he married Denise his wife, who still survives. 

Robert de Bosevyle of NeuhaU, six leagues from Whytstan, aged 40 years 
and more, says the Hke, and knows it because on the day aforesaid he 
was at a feast at Rolton at the house of Richard le Chaumberleyn, where, 
immediately after the birth of the said Thomas, news thereof came and 
the guests rejoiced greatly thereat ; and his daughter Agnes was bom 
in the same year on the eve of the Circumcision a httle before the said 
Thomas was bom. 

Peter de Rodes of the neighbourhood (confinio) of Whytstan, aged 
40 years and more, agrees, and knows it because he has a son Richard, 
now in parts beyond the sea, who was born three days after the said 
Thomas. 

Jolland de Neuton of Whjrtstan, aged 40 years and more, agrees, and 
knows it because he has a son of the same age, and Agnes his mother 
hfted the said Thomas from the sacred font ; at that time he was a 
scholar at Lincoln, and at Christmas he came home because it was 
vacation time, and the mother of the said Thomas then told him this 
(hoc ei tunc retulit). 

Adam de Breretwesel of Wath, aged 26 years and more, says that the 
said Thomas is 21 years of age, and knows it by the testament of his 
father, who died in the same year a Uttle before Whitsunday before the 
said Thomas was bom. 

William of Damhale, two leagues from Whytstan, aged 34 years, agrees, 
and knows it because in the same year about the feast of St. Michael 
he married Dulcie his wife, who stiU survives. 

Robert de la Barre of Whytstan, aged 40 years and more, agrees, and 
knows it because he was then at AVhytstan and took the news of the 
birth to his lord Sir Thomas de Fumyvaus aforesaid, and he remembers 
the lapse of time because the said Sir Thomas, whose butler he then was, 
gave him some land immediately after for the said news, which he still 
holds. 

Thomas de Boys of Sheffeud, four leagues from Whjrtstan, aged 30 years 
and more, agrees, and says that he was present there with his father 
Adam de Boys, who then served Sir Thomas de Furnyvaus, and he 
remembers the lapse of time because before that he was a scholar and then 
left the school to speak with his father, whom he found there. 

Lambert of Sheffeud, five leagues from Whytstan, aged 40 years and more, 
agrees, and knows it because Scheffeud then belonged tcT Thomas de 
Fumyvaus, and immediately after the birth of the aforesaid Thomas de 
Verdon news thereof was spread (devulgatus) there and men there rejoiced 
greatly because his lord was father of Eleanor the mother of the said 
Thomas de Verdon, and he remembers the lapse of time because the 
church of Sheffeud was dedicated by archbishop William de Wikewan 
seventeen years ago, and then the said Thomas was four years old. 

Adam le Kok of Scheffeud, aged 40 years and more, agrees, and knows 
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EDWARD I. 337 



mother of the said Thomas, and in the same year on the morrow of the 
Purification his own father died. 

And because the said Thomas has sufficiently proved his age and 
appears by the look of his body to be 21 years of age, let him haVe 
seisin of the lands &c. of his inheritance, and let this record be sent 
to the chancellor. 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (13.) 

438. Walter son of Thomas de Baekeston. 

Petition of the archbishop of York for livery of seisin of a messuage 
and 11a. land held of him by knight's service by the said Walter 
(undated). 

Writ of certiorari de causa capcionis to the sheriff of York, 20 Oct, 
25 Edw. I. 
YoKK. Ivq. made before the sheriff at Schyrburn on the eve of St. Thomas the 
Apostle, 25 Edw. I. 
Barkeston. The said Walter held on the day of the battle between the 
king of England and the Scots at Dunbar of the archbishopric of 
York a messuage, 11a. land, and other tenements in Barkeston, 
by homage and service of J knight's fee, 15s. lOd. yearly rent, and 
doing suit at the court of the archbishopric at Schyrburn every 
three weeks. He was in the battle at Dunbar,, as an enemy of the 
king and realm, and in aid of the Scots, wherefore the sheriff seized 
the said messuage &c. into the king's hand. Alice, late the wife of 
Thomas father of the said Walter, holds a messuage and 24a. land 
there in dower, of the inheritance of the same Walter, which ought 
to revert to him, had he kept to the king's fealty. 

The jurors know not if the said Walter is dead, but after 
the said battle he adhered to the Scots and never returned to the 
king's fealty. If he is still alive he is with the Scots. 

Endorsed : This escheat because it is of war, belongs to the king, saving 
the service due to the lord of the fee, because he was and is, if still 
alive, a public enemy of the king and realm. 

Let him have it of the king's gift, although it is an escheat of war 
and belonged to the king. Yet this he does of special grace. 



439. Gilbert db Btjlbek alias Bolbek. 



C.Edw.I. File 82. (14.) 



27 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 

Btjckingham. Inq. made at Beknesfeud on Friday after St. Hilary, 

26 Edw. I. 

Kyngesheye. The manor (extent given), including rents of 4 clove 

gilliflowers yearly, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee. 

Little KenebeU. 3a. wood held of Adam de Kyngeshemede by service 

of a rose yearly. 

Simon his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 82 (16.). 

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338 INQUISITIONS. 



440. Master William Pikbrel alias Pykerel. 

Writ, 18 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. made at Warrewyk on Wednesday after St. Katharine, 
26 Edw, I. 

The said William enfeoffed his nephew Walter Pykerel, to him and 
his heirs, of aU the lands which he held in fee two years before he died, 
and the said Walter has continued in peaceful seisin thereof, viz. : — 

[Kjmgesbrome.] A messuage, a carucate of land, 3a. meadow, and 15s. id. 
rent from two bondmen in Kyngesbrome, all held in the same town 
of the king in chief by service of -^ knight's fee. 

Eckleshale. A messuage, 2 virgates of land, and la. meadow, held of the 
fee of Budeford of the heirs of Philip Burnel, rendering to them 5s. 
yearly and doing suit at the court of Budeford. 

Overesle. A virgate of land and l|a. meadow, held of William le Botyler, 
rendering 2s. yearly. 

Strettone on the Foss. A messuage, 5 virgates of land, la. meadow and 
pasture, and 6s. rent from two free tenants, held of the heirs of Ralph 
Tony by foreign service ; 2 virgates of land, la. meadow, and 19s. 
rent from a free tenant and four cottars, held of the heirs of Robert 
le Breche, rendering \\d. and doing foreign service ; \ virgate of 
land held of the Hospitallers, and it shall give to them on his death 
10s. 

Hylberworthe. Master WiUiam Pykerel was enfeoffed jointly with the 
said Walter, of a messuage and carucate of land of the gift of Denise 
late the wife of Sir Henry Hubaud ; and of a third part of a messuage 
and carucate of land for the life of the said Denise. 

GyUana his sister is his next heir and of fuU age. 

C.Edw.I. File 82. (16.) 

441. John Fbeshenbde alias de Fkeskenede, db Fbiskenade. 

Writ, 16 July, 25 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. made at Wheteley on Monday before St. Denis, 
25 Ed-nr. I. 
HereweU. A bovate of land, 7 bondmen holding 5 bovates of land in 
viUenage, rendering 20s. Id. assised rent yearly and works &c. worth 
21s. 4d., held of the king in chief of the manor of Wheteley, rendering 
I2^d. yearly and doing two suits yearly at the court of Wheteley. 

He has no heir in England or elsewhere because he was a bastard ; 
the aforesaid tenements ought to be escheat to the king. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the representation of Simon de Freskenede, 
brother of the aforesaid John, who shewed the charter, that William 
de Freskenede his father enfeoffed the said John of the abovesaid 
lands to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with remainder to 
Simon and Arnold his brothers, 6 Dec. 26 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : This writ was received on 29 July. 
Nottingham. Inq. made at Retford on Saturday the morrow of the 
Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 26 Edw. I. 

HereweU. William de Friskenade, father of the said John, enfeoffed 
him by charter of the above tenements, with reversion as stated in th^ 



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writ, and they ought to remain to the said Simon and Arnold by the 
death of the said John. 

Writ of 'Privy Seal to the chancellor to issue letters under the great seal 
according to the custom of the realm, Simon de Freskenede having 
done fealty for the lands and tenements late of John de Freskenede 
his brother, 9 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 

G.Edw.I. File 82. (17.) 

442, William de Putton. 

Writ, 6 Nov. 25 Edw. I. 

Wilts and Southampton. Inq. made ad Crucem Dubenel on Wednesday 
before St, Clement, 26 Edw. I. 

Wilts. Putton. A messuage, 40a. arable, .... meadow, and pasture, held 
of the king in chief by service of rendering yearly to the bailiff of 
Claryndon for the king's use 20<s., and by service of keeping a certain 
wood called Bokholte in the forest of Claryndon, and also keeping 
the same forest with one man ; and the profit of this bailiwick in 
Clarendon is worth 4s. yearly. 

Southampton. Berghton. 40a. land, and pasture, held of the king in chief 
by the service aforesaid ; and a messuage, 60a. arable and 2a. 
meadow, held of Adam de Quercu and other divers lords, rendering 
yearly to them | mark. 

John his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

G.Edw.I. File 82. (18.) 

443. William de Vescy alias de Vesci. 

Writ {of certiorari) on the complaint of Isabel late the wife of the said 
William that certain lands &c. in Elyngton which were of her 
inheritance had been taken into the king's hand on the death of the 
said William, 12 Oct. 25 Edw. I. 
Noethumbeeland. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne on Tuesday after 
the octave of St. Hilary, 26 Edw. I. 
EUinton. Adam de Perinton {alias de Perington], father of the aforesaid 
Isabel, was seised in his demesne as of fee, of the manor of Ellington, 
which after his death descended to the said Isabel, the wife of WiUiam 
de Vescy, Katharine PayneUe and Letice de Kenys [alias de Keygnes] 
as his daughters and heirs ; and afterwards the said Letice gave her 
whole pourparty of the said manor to her sister Isabel to hold to her 
and her heirs of Sir John de Ballio[lo] and his heirs. 

Endorsed : Let this inquisition be amended thus — viz. — to the same effect 
as above, adding that because the lands of Sir John de BaUiolo are in 
the king's hand the said Isabel now holds two parts of the manor 
of the king by service of two parts of a knight's fee, rendering 
44s. Id. yearly for the guard of Newcastle upon Tyne. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum) to the escheator because an inquisition taken 
after the death of the said WilHam makes no mention whether his 
lands &c. in Elington were taken into the king's hand or not, nor 
whether he held them jointly with Isabel his wife, nor of whom they 
are held or by what service, 10 Feb. 26 Edw. I, 



340 INQUISITIONS. 



NOBTHTTMBEBLAND. Inq. made at Seton de la Val, 2 March, 26 Edw. I. 

Ellinton. The escheator took the said lands &c. into the king's hand 
after the death of the said William to keep until Isabel his wife 
should do her homage and fealty for them, and give her oath not to 
marry without the king's licence. The said WiUiam and Isabel held 
two parts of the manor, as the land and inheritance of the said Isabel, 
of the king, by reason of the lands &c. of John de BaUiolo being 
in the king's hand, by service of two parts of a knight's fee, and 
rendering 44s. \d. yearly at the exchequer of Newcastle upon Tyne. 

Endorsed : Let this inquisition be amended thus — ^first let them say 
openly that after the death of William de Vescy two parts of the 
manor were taken into the king's hand : afterwards let them say 
distinctly and openly how much land there is and what it is worth : 
afterwards let them say, and they can say confidently, that the 
said William and Isabel did not hold those tenements conjointly, 
but that she was seized thereof as of her own inheritance before the 
said William married her, and the said William had nothing therein 
excepting in that he had the custody of his wife's body and lands : 
afterwards let them say that she held the said tenements of John de 
BaUiolo by service of two parts of a knight's fee, and rendering 
44». Id. for the guard of Newcastle upon Tyne, and now she holds 
the same of the king by the same service because the lands &c. of 
the said John are in the king's hand. 

CEdw.I. File 82. (19.) 

444. Emma late the wipe op Nicholas de Whethamstede alias de 

HWETHAMSTTJDE. 

Writ, 19 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 
WoBCESTER. Inq. made at Worcester on Saturday after St. Martin, 26 Edw. I. 
Prankeleye. The manor (extent given) held of John de Somery, who 
is in the king's wardship, pertaining (spectans) to the barony of 
Doddeley, and by service of | knight's fee, and doing suit at the 
court of Doddeleye every three weeks, and at the county (court) 
of Worcester and the half county (court) of Wych. 
Nicholas her son, aged 28, is her next heir. 

CEdw.I. File 83. (1.) 

445. Richard PtrNCHABDi7NaKasPuNCHARDoirN,PtTNCHARDONofCateby. 
Writ, 26 April, 26 Edw. I. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Louth (Lvdam) on Wednesday the eve of the 
Ascension, 26 Edw. I. 
Cateby. A messuage and 15a. land, held of the barony of Bayous©, which is 
in the king's hand, by service of i knight's fee, 16rf. yearly to the 
manor of Kaylstorp a member of the barony aforesaid, and 8d. for 
sheriff's aid, and there a rent of \%d. from free tenants; and a toft 
and 10a. land, held of the fee of Lancaster by service of 5d. yearly 
to the lord of the fee for guard. 

Walter his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

CEdw.I. File 83. (2.) 



EDWARD I, 341 



446. RoBBBT DE Chevircurt alias de Ohiveboubte. 

Writ, 12 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Leicester. Inq. {undated). 

Wyvordeby. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held 
of the honour of the castle of TykhuU, which is in the king's hand, 
by homage and service of a knight's fee, and suit at the court of 
Tykhull every three weeks. 

John his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (3.) 

447. Geoffrey son of Geoffrey de Sebttrgham. 

Writ, 22 Jan. 26 Edw. I. 
Ctjmbebland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Saturday after St. Cuthbert, 
26 Edw. I. 
Seburgham. A messuage with garden, held of the king in chief 
rendering 12d. yearly ; and 30a. land of ancient pourpresture, render- 
ing 8s. yearly at the king's exchequer. 
Soureby. la. land held of the bishop of Durham, rendering 35. 6d. yearly. 

He had three sons by his first wife who have gone to parts across the 
seas, and whether they survive or not is unknown : he had a son 
Geoffrey by his second wife, aged 17, who claims hereditary succession, 
and is found in the inheritance. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (4.) 

448. BAiiPH liE Gras alias de Gras. 

Writ, 24 April, 26 Edw. I. 

[Essex.] Inq. made at Little Baduwe in the hundred of Chelm(e8ford) on 

Friday after SS. Philip and James, 26 Edw. I. 

Little Baduwe. A messuage, 204a. arable, 9a. meadow, 11a. pasture, a 

mill, 505. assised rent, works &c., held of the heir of Philip Bumel 

[a minor and in th'e king's wardship], for ^ knight's fee, and 6d. yearly, 

Roger de Gras, his brother, aged 23 and more, is his next heir. 

[Essex.] Inq. made at TerHng in the hundred of Wyham on Thursday after 
the Invention of the Holy Cross, 26 Edw. I. 
Terlyng. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Norwich by 
service of a knight's fee and 12d. yearly rent. 

Heir, Roger le Gras his brother, aged as above. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Essex, the king having taken the fealty of the 
said Roger le Gras, to take security from him for his reUef &c., and 
give him fuU seisin, saving the right of anyone, 26 May, 26 Edw. I. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (5.) 

449. RiOHAED DE CAtrpiiAND alios DE Cottpland. 

Writ [,'•'20 Feb. 26 Edw. I] {missing). 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Egermund on Thursday the feast of 
St 26 Edw. I {defaced). 

" * See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. I, p. 396. 



342 INQUISITIONS. 



Santon. The town (extent given) held of the heir of Thomas de Multon of 
Gillesland, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of a mark 
comage yearly, and 12d. yearly called . , . . ; and the said heir (?) 
holds the town of Thomas de Multon of Egermund by (the same 
services 1). 

Botil. A capital messuage, 3s. 5d. yearly farms of free tenants, 18a. arable, 
and 2a. meadow, held of John de Hodeliston by knight's service and 
suit of court. 

BotU and Seton. Six bovates of land held of the same John by the services 
aforesaid. 

Alan his son, aged 21 eight days before Whitsunday, 25 Edw. I, is his 
next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (6.) 

450. John le Bret. 

Writ, 9 March, 26 Edw. I. 
[Essex.] Inq. made at Wokynd(on) Rokel(e), 31 March, 26 Edw. I. 

Auvelers alias AA/ilers. A messuage, 90a. arable, 6a. meadow, 8a. pasture, 
and 2s. O^d. assised rent, held of the king in chief of the honour of 
Reylee by service of ^ knight's fee ; 80a. arable, 2a. pasture, and 
2s. assised rent, held of Humphrey de Boun, earl of Hereford, by 
service of J knight's fee ; 55. yearly rent held of the earl of Warenne 
by service of -^ knight's fee ; and 60a. arable and 2a. pasture, held 
of Joan de Briaunzoun, service unknown. 

Simon his son, aged 30, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (7.) 

451. John Conqttbst. 

Writ, 17 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Glotjcestee. Inq. Sunday after St. James, 26 Edw. I. 

GopishuUe within the manor of Theuk(esbury). A messuage &c. and a 
carucate of land (extent given), held in chief of the earl of Gloucester 
for 2s. 6d. rent yearly, and suit at his court every three weeks. He 
held nothing of any other in the county. 

John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Bedford. Inq. Simday after St. James, 26 Edw. I. 

Hoghton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief of the 
honour of Huntindon, by reason of the lands &c. which were of 
John de Ball(iolo), late king of Scotland, now in the king's 
hand, by service of a knight's fee, and suit at the court of the said 
honour. 

Heir as above. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (8.) 

452. WHJilAM MUBDAK. 

Writ, 19 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 
Warwick. Inq. taken at Compton Murdak on Saturday after St. Martin. 
26 Edw, I. 



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Compton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) was held 
by Sir WiUiam Murdak of Sir William de Bello Campo earl of War- 
wick [alias of the heir of William de Bello Campo, sometime earl of 
Warwick], who held of the king in chief, by homage and a knight's 
fee. He held no other lands &c. this side Trent. 

John Murdak, aged 26, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File S3. (9.) 

453. Henry Grapynel. 

Writ, 14 Dec. 26 Edw. I. 

Inq. (fragment undated). 

Essex. Inq. made at Faumbrigg', 4 Jan. 26 Edw. I. 

Little Wawkring alias Waukring. A messuage, 30a. land and 

la. meadow, held of the heirs of John de Newyle by service of 

rendering 6s. 8d. yearly ; and a marsh held of William de Tyllebyry, 

service unknown. 
Lachingdone. A messuage, 60a. arable, and 8s. yearly rent, held of the 

prior of Cant(erbury) by service of rendering 8s. Gd. yearly. 
Little Berdefeld. Certain lands worth 41. yearly, held of the earl of 

Gloucester, service unknown. 

His daughters, Petronilla, aged 22 and married to John son of John, 
Margery, aged 20 and unmarried, Joan, aged 16 and married to Adam 
son of John, and Margaret, aged 13 and unmarried, are his next heirs. 

Essex. Inq. made at Berwes, — — , 26 Edw. I. 

Great Stanbruge. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 

of the honour of Reyleye by service of a knight's fee. 
Lachindon. 60a. arable held of the king in chief of the honour of Dovere 

by service of rendering 10s. yearly at the castle of Dovar. 



Heirs as above. 



CEdw.I. File 83. (10.) 



454. William de Stykblawe alias de Stickelawb. 

Writ, 20 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 
NoBTHTJMBERLAND. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne on Tuesday after 
St. Luke, 26 Edw. I. 
Heton 32a. arable, la. meadow, la. wood, and a rose of service for 

2 bovates of land held by Robert de Rihille. 
Yesmewe. 2a. arable, 3a. wood, and lib. pepper for 16a. land held by 
Margery daughter of Laurence Swain. 

AU held of the king in chief by service of ^ and J knight's fee. 

He died on Sunday after the gule of August, viz. on the third day of 
that month. Emma de Stickelawe, his sister, aged 30, is his next heir, 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (11.) 

455. John db Bennplet alias de Bbmflbt, 

Writ to the sherifE of Essex, 6 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. Friday after St. Barnabas, 26 Edw. I, 



344 INQUISITIONS. 



Hatf(eld) Peverel, 67a. arable, l^o, meadow, 2a. pasture, and 2«. lid. 
assised rent, held of the king in chief of the barony of the honour of 
Peverel, by service of J knight's fee, paying 12d. yearly for sheriff's 
aid and Id. ' wardpany,' and owing suit at the court of the honour 
of PevereU every month and at the hundred of Wyham every three 
weeks ; 24a. land held of Nicholas de Wokindone as of the fee of 
Neketone, paying 5s yearly ; and la. pasture held of Roger le Gras, 
paying 12d. yearly. 

Bichard le Lorimer, son and heir of Alice de Bennflet, who was sister of 
the said John, is his next heir and of full age. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator on the petition of Richard le 
Lorimer, showing that the abovesaid John his uncle, sometime before 
his death demised certain lands &c. which he held of king Henry III 
in chief in Hatfeld Peverel to PhiUp Basset and Ela his wife for 
their hves with reversion to his own heirs, and pra3dng justice as the 
said PhiUp and Ela have gone the way of all flesh, and he is next 
heir of the said John, and of full age, 10 July, 26 Edw. I. 

Essex. Inq. Monday after the Ascension, 26 Edw. I. 

Hatfeld Peverel. John de Bemflet four years before he died held of 
king Henry III a messuage, 60a. arable, l|a. meadow, la. pasture, and 
2s. lid. assised rent in Hatfeld Peverel, of Nicholas de Wokingdon 
24a. arable there, and of Roger le Gras la. pasture ; which he gave to 
the abovesaid PhiUp and Ela without the king's hcence in 51 Hen. III. 
to hold for their lives, with reversion to the said John and his heirs. 
The said John died in 6 Edw. I, Philip in 53 Hen. Ill, and Ela in 
26 Edw. I. before Easter ; after whose death the said lands &c. were 
taken into the king's hand by the sheriff by the king's writ and 
again by the escheator. And there ought to be paid thence ISd. 
for shenfi's aid, and 5s. to Nicholas de Wokindon. 

Heir as above, aged 30. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (12.) 

456. John son of Olivbe de Luvbtot alias de Lovetot. 

Writ, 1 July, 26 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Monday the eve of St. Mary Magdalen {defaced). 

Kercolston. A capital messuage, a 17Ga. arable, . .o 

Kercolston and Flyntham. Twenty-five tenants holding 15 messuages 
and 33^ bovates of land (extent given with names of tenants), and 

in a windmill. All (?) held of the king, as of the honour 

of Tykehull, now in the king's hand by reason of the lands &c, of 

Constance de Berne [alias de Biem], for 1 knight's fee 

castle 10s., for food of watchmen 8c?., for sheriff's aid 4s., for common 
fine 2s. 8d. ...... of Saxendal every three weeks. 

[♦His sisters,] Joan the firstborn married to Roger de [*Skeriiigton, 

leafael] married to Ranulph Moryn, and they have issue, and Aleysia 

the younger married to WiUiam Moryn, and they have issue, are his 

next heirs and all of full age. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (13.) 

* See Calendar of Fine Bolls, Edw. I, p. 407. 



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457. BERTDf DB Ughtrichessat alias de Ughtebset. 

Writ, 26 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Tuesday before St. Barnabas, 
26 Edw. I. 

Ughtreset. A capital messuage, 94a. land, 10a. meadow, 5 tenants holding 
10 bovates of land with 5 messuages, 13a. land held by cottars, a 
meadow with a pasture let to farm for 5s. yearly, and a water-mill, 
held of the king in chief, by reason of the lands of Cokirmu which 
vere of the countess of Albemarle, of her manor of Cokirmu, 
rendering 8d. yearly for cornage, doing suit at the court of the said 
manor every three weeks, and owing food (pusturam) of foresters, 
land Serjeants ■ (landsergantorum), and Serjeants (serviencium) of 
the king. 

Arkelby. A moiety of the hamlet held of Ralph de Eyncurt, rendering 
18d. yearly to him, and to John de Plumland 9s. yearly for mill 
toll (multura) of the said moiety. 

John his son, aged 8|, is his next heir. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum), the above inquisition making no mention 
whether the lands of Cokermuth are in the king's hand, nor of 
the quantity of land in the moiety of the hamlet of Arkelby, nor 
whether it was held of John de Plumland by service of the said 9s. 
or not, 21 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Cumberland. Inq. made at Carlisle on Monday the morrow of St. Margaret, 
26 Edw. I. 

Ughtreset. The hamlet (extent given as above) held of the king in chief 
of the manor of Cokirmu, which was of the countess of Albemarle 
and is now in the king's hand, rendering 16d!. for cornage, and 8d. 
yearly rent to the said manor, doing suit as above, and owing 
food for the Serjeants of Cokermu. 

Arkelby. A moiety of the hamlet, viz. — 114a. land held of Ralph de 
Eyncurte rendering him I8d. yearly, and to John de Plumland 
9s. yearly for mUl toll of the said land, and 2s. Sd. yearly for cornage 
for the said land. 

Eurmeryfeld. 67a. land called Furmeryfeld, extended above in the 
demesnes of Ughtreset, were held jointly by the said Bertin and 
Joan his wife of the manor of Cokirmu. 

Writ of dedimus potestatem to William de Carleton, to receive the fealty 
of Joan late the wife of the said Bertin concerning the abovesaid 
67a. land in Eurmerifeld which she ought to hold of the king for 
life, and to take her oath not to marry without the king's licence, 
21 Nov. 27 Edw. I. 

Endorsed : That on Thursday before St. Andrew the said Joan made her 
fealty and oath accordingly. 

C. Edw. I. File 83. (14.) 

458. Margery de Trewyk. 

Writ, 16 April, 26 Edw. I. 
Northumberland. Inq. made at Newcastle upon Tyne, on the day of 
St. John ante Portam Latinam, 26 Edw. I. 



346 INQUISITIONS. 



Cramlington. A capital messuage, 80a. arable, la. meadow, 40d. rent 
in a certain wind-mill, 3 bondages containing a messuage and 30o, 
land each, a cottage lying waste, lOd. rent of the service of Emma 
her daughter for a carucate of land, 2 roses of the service of Robert 
de RyMlle for 60a. land, 4|(i. rent of the service of Hugh de 
Pampedene for a carucate of land, lib. pepper of the service of 
Nicholas Freman for 24a. land, and a rose of the service of John de 
Midelton for 30a. land, in the same town. 

Jesemue. 55a. arable, 3a. meadow, a close, IG^d. yearly of the service 
of Thomas de Carliolo for his tenement, 13s. 4d. yearly from the water- 
mill, lU). cummin of the service of Robert de Ryhille for his tenement, 
and a root of ginger of the service of Robert de Ryhille for the manor 
of Heton. 

All held of the king in chief by service of a moiety of a knight's fee, 
and I knight's fee. She held nothing of anyone else. 

William her son, aged 50, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (15.) 

459. Henry de Cbamanvcll alias db Crammavile, de Cramavill. 

Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 10 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Thursday before Whitsunday, 26 Edw. I. 

Graveseride. The manor (extent given), held by the said Henry and Joan 
his wife for their hves, to them and to the heirs of the body of the said 
Hemy, of the king in chief doing 21s. 8d. yearly for the guard of the 
castle of Dover, 2s. for sheriff's turn, and suits at the sheriff's turn 
twice yearly, at the king's court of Ospringe every three weeks, and 
at the hundred of Toltintre every three weeks. 

He died without heir, and held no other tenements in the county. 

Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 10 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Maldone on Thursday the morrow of St. Barnabas, 
26 Edw. I. 
Daneseie. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, 
held of the king in chief by service of a serjeanty at the castle of 
Dovere, rendering 10s. yearly for the guard of the said castle and 
suit at the king's hundred of Dane8[eye] every three weeks ; and 
30a. land held in demesne called Wrichteslond, held of the bishop 
of London by service of 4s. yearly. 

He had a sister named Ela, but whether she survives, and can claim 
to be next heir, or whether there is any other heir and of what age, is 
unknown to the jury. 

Writ to the sheriff of Suffolk, 10 May, 26 Edw. I. 
StTFFOLK. Inq. made by the steward of the liberty of St. Edmund's at 
Lavenham on Tuesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam. 
26 Edw. I. 
Neutone. The manor (extent given) held by the said Henry and Joan 
his wife, to them and the heirs of the body of the said Henry, by 
the grant of Laurence de Sancto Mauro by fine levied between them 
in the king's court. The said Henry died without heir of his body, 
and the manor ought to remain to the said Joan for life with reversion 



EDWARD 1. 347 



to the heirs of the said Laurence : it was held by the said Henry and 
Joan of the manor of Gestnjmgthorp, which was of Gilbert Pecche 
and is now in the hand of Guy Ferre by the kiag's demise, by service 
of I knight's fee. 

He died on Saturday in Easter week in the year abovesaid. WilHam 
de Braham, aged 50, is his next heir. 

Writ to the escheator, 12 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Tonebrigge on Tuesday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 
26 Edw. I. 
Graveshende. The manor (extent given) held jointly by the said Henry 
and Joan of the king in chief by service of a serjeanty for {ad) the 
guard of the castle of Dover, rendering 26s. yearly for the said guard, 
and doing suit at the king's court of Ofspryng every three weeks. 
The said Henry and Joan formerly before the justices of the bench 
acknowledged the manor to be the right of Thomas de Weylonde, 
who granted the same to them and the heirs of the body of the said 
Henry, with reversion to himself and his heirs. The said Joan 
survives, and the manor ought to remain to her for hfe, with 
reversion to the king by the felony of Thomas de Weylonde, because 
the said Henry died without heir of his body. 

He had no heir but the king. 

Writ to the escheator, 18 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Essex. Inq. made at Chelmersford on Thursday before St. Laurence, 
26 Edw. I. 
Daneseie. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of a moiety of a serjeanty, doing 10s. yearly for the guard of the 
castle of Dovere, He held nothing of others in the county. 

William de Braham his kinsman, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

G. Edw. I. File 83. (16.) 

460. Ralph de Eslingge. 

Writ, 16 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. Thursday the eve of St. James, 26 Edw. I. 

Osprenge manor. 47a. arable, 4a. wood, 4s. ?>d. assised rent, a cock, 
12 hens, 78 eggs, and 4 chickens, held of the manor of Osprenge, 
which is in the kiag's hand and is of the honour of Peverel by service 
of I knight's fee, doing suit at the court of Osprenge every six 
weeks, and rendering 15^. every twenty weeks for the guard of the 
castle of Dover. 

Esling. A manor (extent given) including 4 ploughshares rent, held of 
Sir Alexander de BaUiolo, of his manor of Chileham, by service of 
a knight's fee, and owtag suit at the same court every three weeks, 
and 52s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover, viz. — I2d. a 
week, and 2s. at the court of Chileham at the feast of the Gule of 
August. The said Ralph demised all the aforesaid tenements for 5 
years to Richard de Deen, parson of the church of EsUng, which 
term lasts until the feast of St. Andrew next. 
Alice his daughter, aged 34, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I, File 83, (17.) 



348 INQUISITIONS. 



461. SiBYIi DE LirMMELEYB olioS DE LUMLBY, DB LOMELBY. 

Writ, 2 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 
NoKTHUMBBELAND. Ivq. made at Morpath on Wednesday after the Nativity 
of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 26 Edw. I. 

West Chivyngton. A capital messuage, 160a. arable, 29a. arable let to 
farm, 18a. arable lying waste, 8a. meadow, 60a. wood, 10 bondages 
each containing a house and 18a., 5 of which he waste, 3 cottages, 
and the services of 2 tenants, held of the king in chief by service of 
two parts of a knight's fee, rendering yearly two parts of 1 mark 
for the guard of the castle of Bamburgh, two parts of lid. yearly for 
comage, two parts of 20s. to the king for the farm of the forest of 
Chivinton, and two parts of 12d. yearly to the king for the fence 
month (pro mense vetito), and doing suit at the county (court) of 
Northumberland with John de Bulmer and Theophania his wife, 
co-parceners with the said Sibyl in West Chyvyngton. 

Morewyck. 60a. arable and 2a. meadow let to farm, 8 bondages each 
containing a messuage and 18a. arable, 5 cottages with la. arable each, 
and two parts of a water-mill and wind-miU, held of Sir Anthony Beke 
by service of two parts of ^ knight's fee, and rendering two parts of 
6s. 9d. yearly for the guard of the castle of Alnewyck, 15d. yearly 
for comage of the barony of Alnewyck, and two parts of 12d. yearly 
farm of the fence month (mensis vetiti) due to the king, doing suit 
at the court of Alnewyck with her aforesaid co-parcener, and 
rendering to the king yearly for the farm of the forest 4«. 2d. due for 
the said tenements of Morewyck. 

She died on 26 July in the year aforesaid. Robert de Lumley her 
son, aged 26, is her next heir. 

[NoRTHUMBEELAND ;] LiBEETY OF Rbdisdal. Inq. made at Ellisden by the 
baili£E of Redisdall iq the presence of the sub-escheator on the 
morrow of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 26 Edw. I. 
Hodispeth. Two messuages, 24a. arable, 8a. meadow whereof a moiety 

lies waste, and 20 cottages with 5a. arable whereof one lies waste. 
Felyingg'. A culture called Felyingg', containing two parts of a oarucate 

of land lying waste. 
Lower Xem, held by Richard de Akedon of the said Sibyl in free marriage. 
(Unspecified.) A certain pasture of moor, wood and marsh, containing 
about 10,000a. land, which renders 10s. yearly. 
All held of Sir Gilbert de UmframviU in free marriage. 
Robert de Lomeley, aged 26, is her next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File S3. (18.) 

462, ROGEE DE COVEET. 

Writ, 26 Feb. 26 Edw. I, 
[Sussex.] Iriq. taken at Fyndon on Tuesday the feast of the Annunciation. 

26 Edw. I. 
Sullyngton. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, 
Bradebrugge. The manor (extent given), including 30s. at Brembelden, 

and 9gr. of salt at Bedynge. 



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All held of Mary de Breuse for 2 knight's fees, which were assigned 
to her in dower by the king with the assent of Wilham de Breuse 
that now is, doing suit at the court of Brembre. 
Burgham. 16s. rent held of Sir William Auguylon. 

John his son, aged 12 at the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle in the 
year aforesaid, is his next heir.~ 

[Stjrrey.] Ivq. Thursday after the Annunciation, 26 Edw. I. 

Chalfdone. The manor (extent given) held of James Haunsard for 
2 knights' fees, rendering him \d. yearly, and doing to the chief 
lords of the fee, at the manor of Banstead 65. yearly and suit 
at the court of the manor every three weeks for the said James and 
his heirs, and also rendering for them 24s. yearly for the guard of 
the castle of Rochester. 

Heir as above, aged 15. 

JEndwsed : Let the king remove his hand ; and because it was testified 
that the manor of Chalvedon was delivered to the earl of Cornwall, 
it was agreed that it should be taken again into the king's hand, 
and afterwards let the escheator remove his hand. 

C. Edw. I. File 83. (19.) 

463. Robert de Spaldington. 

Writ, 10 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made at Lincoln, 24 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 

Saunton. Two bovates of land and 70s. rent from tenants of 8 bovates 
of land at the lord's will, held of the king in chief by service of 
J knight's fee, which lands &c. the king's escheator immediately after 
the said Robert's death took into the king's hand and delivered to 
Edmund earl of Cornwall, by chirograph made between them. 

Clisseby. A toft, 3 bovates of land, 2a. meadow, and 6s. rent of free 
tenants, held for life by the demise of Richard Daumper, who held 
them of the king in chief by service of ^^r knight's fee. 

Osbert de Spaldjoigton, aged 50 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 83. (20.) 

464. John de Whitewell alias de Qtjytewell. 

Writ, 26 April, 26 Edw. I. 
[Norfolk.] Inq. made at Refham on Wednesday the eve of the Ascension, 
26 Edw. I. 

Qwytewell. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester 
by service of a moiety of a knight's fee. 

Great Mass5mgham. 33s. of rent seek yearly from lands which sometime 
were of Richard son of John. 

Skegeton. A messuage, 41a. arable, 2a. meadow, 10a, pasture, a moiety 
of the advowson of the church, 12a, heath, 36s. assised rent yearly, 
works, perquisites of court, 2 geese price l^d. each, and 24 hens 
price Id. each, held of Fulk Baynard by service of ^ knight's fee. 

Aylesham. 24a. land held of the manor of Aylesham, which is of the 
king's ancient demesne, in socage by service of suit of court at the 
said manor every three weeks, He held nothing else of the king 
in chief. 



350 INQXnSITIONS. 



(Unspecified.) la. land held of the abbot of St. Benet's, Hulm, by 
service of 3rf. yearly. 

William his son, aged 14, is his next heir. 

C.Edm.I. Fik 83. (21.) 

465. Robert Grym. 

Writ, 11 July, 26 Edw. I. 
Httntinqdon. Inq. made at Huntingdon on Saturday the morrow of the 

Assumption, 26 Edw. I. 
Upton. The manor (extent given), including 2a. wood within the bounds 

of the forest, held of the king in chief by reason of the lands &c. 

which were of John de Balliolo of the honour of Huntingdon by 

service of ^ knight's fee, and suit at the county (court) of Huntingdon. 
Denton. A messuage, 70a. land, Ija. meadow, Us. Id. rent of cottars, 

and 235. 4d. rent of villeins yearly, held of the bishop of Lincoln in 

chief by service of 8d. yearly, and suit at the bishop's court of 

Spaldwyk. 
Sibethorp. The manor (extent given), held of the abbot of Rammeseye 

by service of lis. id. yearly ; and 4a. meadow held of the earl of 

Hereford by service of 2s. yearly and lib. pepper. 
Herthey. Two carucates of land of an assart called Herthey, held at 

fee farm of the bishop of Lincoln in chief, rendering him lOl. yearly. 

Ralph his brother, aged 26 and more, is his next heir. 

C.Edw.I. File 84:. (I.) 

466. Simon de Bokmynystrb alias de Bokeministre, de Bokiministre. 

Writ, 20 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 11 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 

Billingburgh. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) 
held of Richard de Gravenhill, knight, by service of | knight's fee, 
and 7s. l^d. rent, and 2s. to the master of Daleby ; and | bovate of 
land held of the prior of Sempingham by service of 2s. yearly. 

WiUiam his son, aged 1 1 at the feast of the Ascension last, is his next heir. 

Leicester. Inq. (undated). 

Bokeministre. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of 
David de Fletewyk by homage and foreign service. 

Heir as above, aged 12. 

Rutland. Inq. 18 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 

Little Castreton. Two messuages, 90a. arable, 6a. 3^. meadow, and 4s. 
rent of a free tenant, held of the king in chief, as of his manor of 
Eston by service of ^ knight's fee and doing suit at the court of the 
said manor every three weeks. 

Heir as above, aged 9 at the Gule of August last. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum), no mention being made in the foregoing 
inquisition whether the said Simon held the said lands &c. in Little 
Castretpn as of the crown or otherwise, 18 Sept. 26 Edw. I, 



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. Rutland. Inq. made at TineweUe, 30 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 

Little Castreton. Two messuages and lands &c. as above, held of the 
king by service of \ knight's fee ; which lands &c. the said Simon 
and his ancestors sometime held of Simon de Lindon and his 
ancestors by the same service, as of the manor of Eston ; which 
manor Lady Eleanor sometime the king's consort acquired of the 
said Simon de Lyndon, and it is now in the king's hand. He held 
nothing of the king in chief as of the. crown. 

Heir as last above. 

Writ of plenius certiorari, no mention being made in the foregoing 
inquisitions whether the said Simon held elsewhere of the king in 
chief as of the crown or otherwise, or not ; nor does it appear of 
whom the said Simon de Lindon held the manor of Eston or by what 
service &o. 7 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 
Rutland. Inq. made at Ocham, 20 Oct. 28 Edw. I. 

Little Castreton. Two messuages, and lands &c. as above, held as above 
as of the manor of Eston, co. Northampton. Simon de Bokeministre 
held nothing else of any one this side Trent. Simon de Lindone 
held the manor of Eston of the king in chief, but because it is in 
CO. Northampton the jury know not by what service, nor the value. 

Heir as last above. 

NoBTHAMPTON. Inq. and extent, 20 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 

Eston by Staunford. The manor (extent given), including a park and 
a grove, a tall wood in the forest of Clyve, and a fishery in the water of 
Welond, was held by Simon de Lyndon of the king in chief, at the 
time when he thereof enfeoffed the king's consort aforesaid, by service 
of 2 knights' fees. 

Simon de Bokeministre and John Talbot and Alice his wife held 
certain lands &c. in Little Castreton, co. Rutland, in parcenary, of 
the said Simon de Lyndon as of the manor aforesaid, doing service 
for I knight's fee, and suit every 3 weeks at the court of the said 
manor. 

C.Edw.I. File 84:. (2.) 

467. Richard de Grey alias le Grey, de Grei. 

Writ, 26 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Derby. Extent, Thursday after St. Barnabas, 26 Edw. I. 

Sandiacre. A capital messuage, 15 bovates of land with meadow, a holm 
called Oumeholm, plots of meadow called ' le Formedewe ' and 
Flitholm, a ' grove ' called West Snapes, and 425. assised rent, 
held of the king in chief by service of rendering 33s. 4td., and 
17s. 4:d. to the sheriff of Nottingham; a plot of land called ' le 
Coningere,' 10 bovates of land with meadow, and a plot of pasture 
called Doddisholm, held of Henry de Grey by service of loz. 
of silk yearly ; 8 bovates of land with meadow held of the heirs 
of Simon Baret rendering them 12d. yearly ; a water-miU, and 
a ' holm ' with willows called ' le Mulneholm,' held of the heirs of 
William de Saundeby rendering to them 6d. yearly ; 2 bovates of 
land without meadow but with a ' holm ' beneath the orchard of the 



362 INQUISITIONS. 



capital messuage, held of Geoffrey de Sandiacre rendering him Id. 
yearly ; and 13s. 4d. yearly perquisites of court. 
Richard, son of William son of Richard de Grey, now aged 11, is next 
heir. 

Writ, 28 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. 1 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 

Hickelyng. A viUein holding in villenage a messuage and a bovate of 
land, rendering to the said Richard lOs. yearly, held of Richard 
Foliot by service of doing suit for him at the court of the earl of 
Lincoln at Plumtre every three weeks ; and he had a warren in the 
field of Hickelyng, worth 12a!. yearly. 
Richard, son of William son of the said Richard le Grey, aged 10 at 
the feast of the Annunciation last, is his next heir. 

Writ, 8 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. Tuesday the morrow of the Purification, 27 Edw. I. 

Harestan. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 
a messuage and 2 carucates of land in Knypton held by William 
Avenel rendering 2s. 6d. yearly, held of Sir Thomas de Lancastria 
by service of a knight's fee, and 10s. rent, (viz. ?) lOs. rent resolute 
for the guard of the castle of Lancaster. He held no other lands &c. 
this side Trent. 
William (sic) son of William de Grey, aged 10 at the feast of the Annun- 
ciation in March, 26 Edw. I. is next heir of the said Richard. 

Writ (ad melius inquirendum), no mention being made in the foregoing 
inquisition (Derby), by what service the said Richard held of the 
king in chief, or whether or not he rendered to the sheriff as the 
king's sheriff and to the other sheriffs for the time being 18s. (sic) 4d. 
yearly for the guard of the said castle or otherwise, 9 July, 26 Edw. I. 
Derby. Inq. taken at Derby on Thursday after the Assumption, 26 Edw. I. 

Saundiacre. A capital messuage and 15 bovates of land with meadow, 
were held by the said Richard of the king in chief rendering thence 
33s. 4<Z. at the king's exchequer, and to the sheriff of Nottingham 
17s. 4:d. ; because one Richard de Saundiacre held the said tenement, 
and divers other tenements which others hold in Saundiacre, by 
service of carrying and keeping two goshawks at the king's wiU ; and 
he ahenated the said tenements to divers men without the king's 
licence, wherefore the king took the same into his hand, and 
arrented the same at 17s. 4d. which was assigned to the sheriffs 
of Nottingham and Derby for the time being towards the farm 
which they pay at the king's exchequer, and not for the guard 
of the castle of Nottingham ; and 2\ marks used to be paid by the 
hands of Richard de Grey and his ancestors at the king's exchequer 
from that time for the tenements aforesaid and no other services 
were done for them ; he also held a ' holm ' called Omholm 
&c., as above, of the king in chief by the service abovesaid; a plot 
called ' le Coningere ' &c. as above, of Henry de Grey , as above ; 
and lands &c. of the heirs of Simon Baret and WiUiam de 
Sawndeby, and of Greoffrey de Saundiacre^ as above. 
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Endorsed : Let the abovesaid airenting be enquired into 

Afterwards in the king's parliament at Lincoln on the octave of 
St. Hilary, 29-(Edw. I.) it was answered that because it was 
found by inquisition that those tenements which Richard Sandi- 
acre sometime held by serjeanty, are arrented by the king at 
a fixed farm to the ancestors of Richard de Grei as to a 
stranger {persone extranee), the serjeanty is changed into socage, 
wherefore let the king's hand be removed from the lands &c. 
which the said Richard held of Henry de Grei by knight's service, 
and let the issues thereof from the time of their taking into the 
king's hand be restored to him. In the same manner let it be 
done concerning the lands &c. which the said Richard held of the 
earl of Lancaster. 

Petition to the king and council from Henry de Grei, that the king would 
remove his hand from the lands which Sir Richard de Grei held 
of him by knight's service in Sandiacre, co. Derby, which the 
escheator has seized into the king's hand by reason of the nonage of 
Richard, kinsman and heir of the said Richard, because he held in 
the same town other lands in chief of the king by certain servicea 
to which no wardship pertains. (French, undated.) Endorsed : 
The answer to this petition appears on the back of the inquisition 
(see above). 

C.Edw.I. File 84. (3.) 

468. Humphrey db Bassingbtjrn alias de Bassyngbotjk»-b. 

Writ, 22 Feb. 26 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. Saturday after St. Gregory the Pope, 26 Edw. I. 

Benyfeld. The manor (extent given), including an old castle, and a 

wood in the forest called Banho, held of the king in chief by service 

of ^ knight's fee. 
Benyield. 160a. arable, 30a. meadow, a tenant rendering a bow one 

year, and a brachet, two arrows, and four lanners (layner') another year, 

and 10 bondmen each rendering is-l^d. yearly and doing divers works. 
Southwyk. 70a. arable and 50s. yearly rent of bondmen. 
Cotherstok. 2 water-miUs. 
Benyfeld, Lyveden, Cotherstok, Stibinton and Southwyk. 100s. 2d. 

yearly rent of free tenants. 
Pleas, &c. worth 6s. 8d. yearly. 

All held of the abbot of Peterborough by service of 4 knight's fees. 
Abyndon without Northampton. The manor (full extent given) held 

of the king in chief by service ^ knight's fee ; and 6s. 8d. rent are 

paid out to the nuns of St. Mary Pre (de Pratis) without Northampton. 

Humphrey his son, aged 23 and more, is his next heir. 

Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Mary late the wife of the 
said Humphrey that the manor of Abyndon, whereof she was 
enfeoffed jointly with the said Humphrey, had been taken into the 
king's hand upon his death, 24 March, 26 Edw. I. 
Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton, 9 April, 26 Edw. I. 

Abyndon. The manor (extent given) held as above, whereof the said 
Humphrey and Mary were jointly enfeoffed by Humphrey, father 

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364 INQUISITIONS. 



of the said Humphrey, twenty years and more ago, as appears by 
inspection of a charter of feoffment and of a fine levied in the king's 
court, made to them and the heirs of the said Humphrey, for which 
gift the said Humphrey and Mary gave to Humphrey the father 
60 marks in hand ; and the said Mary continued her seisin to the 
day of her husband's death. 

C.Edw.I. File 84:. (4.) 



469. Robert de Ufeord. 

Writ, 9 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. 5 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 

Oreford. The whole town with the castle (extent given), including a 
water-mill and wind-mill, toll of the market and harbour, rents, 
customs called Bourgage &c., wreck of the sea &c. held of the king 
for Uf e by exchange for . . I. rent which he ought to receive for life 
from mill and other rents at Tykehel. 

Wykes. The whole soke together with sheriff's turn and leets which 

'" were of the honour of Richemond, viz. — SI. id. assised rents of free 

tenants to be received yearly from the baiUffs of Ipswich and divers 

other tenants in Wykes, 48 hens, and pleas &c. of court, held of the 

king in chief of his gift by service of I knight's fee. 

Bradefeld, Ufford, Dalingho, Rendlesham and Wodebregg. A certain 
homage, viz. : — 16s. 8d. rent of free tenants, and 25s. 3^d. rent of 
customers for customs long ago converted (positis) into money, held 
of the king in chief by service of a pair of gilt spurs ; and 16s. id. 
yearly rent from divers tenants held of the heirs of Lady Eva 
Peehe of the fee of Wyldervyle, service unknown. 

Wycham. The whole township (extent given), including toll and 
stallage of the market, with the advowson of the church, held of 
the heirs of Sir William de Valencia by service of a sore sparrow- 
hawk (nisi) yearly. 

Sogeho. A certain homage, viz. — il. assised rent of free tenants, and 
51. 2\d. rent from customers, and a wind-mill, with the advowson of 
the church of Ufford and the chapel of Sogeho, held of the bishop of 
Ely by service of 1| knight's fee. 

Melton. Two preserves {vivaria) held of the heirs of Gilbert Peche by 
service of a clove gillyflower ; and 2a. pasture held of Hugh Haldelond 
by service of a clove gillyflower. 

Ufford. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Roger le Bygod, earl 
of Norfolk and Marshal of England, by service of \ knight's fee. 

Robert his son, aged 19 at the feast of St. Barnabas last, is his next 
heir. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Extent, 12 Nov. 26 Edw. I. 

Stouttone. | knight's fee held by John de Holebrok, the elder. 
Wycham. The advowson of the church. 
Ufford. The advowson of the church. 
Sougenho. The advowson of the chapel. 

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470. Thomas de Marines alias de Maryns. 

Writ, 18 July, 26 Edw. I. 
Kent. Inq. made at Lymene on Thursday after the Decollation of St. John 
the Baptist, 26 Edw. I. {defective). 

Ottrepole. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service 
of a knight's fee, rendering thence for the guard of the castle of Dover 
yearly lOs. ; 20a. arable and 16a. pasture held of Adam de 
Toundesle by serAdce I knight's fee, rendering 25. 6d. yearly for 
the guard of the castle of Dover, and to the said Adam lib. pepper, 
price 12d., and at the king's hundred of Strete l^d. yearly ; 5a. arable 
of gavelkind held of Godfrey Malekyn by service of 6d. yearly ; and 
17a. pasture of gavelkind quit of any rent or service. 

Blakemannestone. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief 
by service of a knight's fee, doing suit at the king's court of Relevet 
every three weeks, and rendering 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle 
of Dover. 

Honychelde. 13a. arable and 6a. pasture of gavelkind, 45. lOd. rent, and 
rents of fowls and eggs, held of the master of the Maison Dieu, Dover, 
by service of 3s. yearly and doing suit at the said master's court at 
Honychelde every three weeks ; and 11a. arable and 5a. pasture of 

gavelkind, 29s. 6d. rent, and rents of fowls, eggs, and 

eels (?), held of Sir Nicholas de Sandwyco by service of 2s. rent yearly. 

Aldyngton. 9s. 8d. rent and rents of fowls and eggs, held of the arch- 
bishop of Canterbury by service of 3s. rent, and doing suit at his 
court of Aldyngtone (?) every three weeks. 

Strete. 3s. 6d. rent held of John de Haudlo by service of 2s. rent. 

Pleas &c. of court Whereof .... 23s. (?).... and repairing 

watercourses (watergenges) in the marsh. . 

Thomas his son, aged 30 , is his next heir. 

C. Edw. I. File 84. (6.) 

471- John Ughteed alias Otjhtred, Ucteede, Utreth. 

Writ, 24 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 
[York.] Inq. Monday after St. Wilfrid the Bishop, 26 Edw. I. 

Oustewyke. A messuage with 2 crofts adjacent, 9 bovates of land, a 
wind-mill, and tofts and lands (extent given with names of tenants), 
held of the king in chief as of the honour of Albemarle by foreign 
service ; and 12a. land held of Amandus de Ruda by foreign service. 

Joan his daughter, aged 5 and more, is his next heir. 

[York.] Inq. Monday after St. Luke, 26 Edw. I. 

Scardeburgh. A capital messuage, 67a. arable, and many rents from 
houses &c. held in burgage or otherwise (extent given with names 
of tenants), held of the king in free burgage. 

The said John had all the tenements aforesaid by the bequest of 
Master Robert de Scardeburgh, his uncle, and on his death bed 
bequeathed the same to Avice his mother for her life, saving to 
Isabel his wife her dower in the same ; and such is the custom of 
Scardeburgh that any tenant can bequeath his tenements there in 
his last days to anyone he pleases except to men of religion. 



356 INQUISITIONS. 



And he rendered yearly for the said tenements to the burgesses 
of Scardeburgh, because they have the town at fee farm from the 
king, 27s. as ' gabulage ' towards 661. which they render yearly at 
the king's exchequer for the farm of the town ; and to the same 
burgesses 10s. towards 25Z. which they render yearly at the king's 
exchequer for the manor of Whal[*esgrave], which they have similarly 
at fee farm from the king ; and to the same burgesses [9s.] ..... 
escheat which Robert Uctred his grandfather arrented, which 9s. 

his pourpa,rty at the king's exchequer yearly ; and 

to certain . 36s. 2d. yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 5 years. 

[York.] Inq. made at Bridlinton, on the day of St. Luke, 26 Edw. I. 

Oketon. The grange, viz. — a capital messuage and 30 bovates of land, 
held by the demise of the abbot of Meaux to the said John and 
Isabel his wife for life, service unspecified. He held nothing of the 
king in the wapentake of Dykering. 
Heir as above, aged 4| years. 

York. Inq. made at York on Wednesday after All Saints, 26 Edw. I. 

Gowthorp. The manor (extent given) held by the said John and Isabel, 
by the gift of John de Melsa, father of the said Isabel, in free marriage, 
of the archbishop of York by knight's service, and doing suit at his 
court of Wylton every three weeks ; 9a. land and la. meadow held, 
by the enfeoffment of Alexander de Gowthorp to him and his heirs, 
of John de Gray by knight's service ; and a plot of waste and |a. land 
of the enfeoffment of Robert son of Alice to him and his heirs, and 
2a. land of the enfeoffment of Thomas son of Alix' (? Alexander) and 
John Hereward, held of the said archbishop by knight's service. 

Yolthorp. A bovate of land held of William de Autri and 40s. yearly 
rent from 3 bovates held of Robert Tailor (Cissor'), which lands 
are of the fee of the barony of Skerkenbek. 

Wilton. Two bovates of land and 2 cottages held of the archbishop 
aforesaid by service of Id. 

Ful Sutton. 3a. land and 2 cottages held of William de Autri by knight's 
service. 
Heir as above, aged 5 years. 

C. Edw. I. File 84. (7.) 

472. Roger de Motjbray alias de Moubrai, de Mttbray, de Moumbray, 

DE MoXrNBRAY. 

Writ, 21 Nov. 26 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Sunday after the Epiphany, 26 Edw. I. 

Hovingham in the wapentake of Ridal. The manor (extent ,given), 
including 26s. 8d. yearly from the Abbot of Rivaulx, and a court 
called Hallemote, held of the king in chief by homage, and suits 
at the county (court) of York every six weeks, at the trithing (court) 
of the Northriding once a year, and at one wapentake of Ridal. 

John his son, aged 11 on the day of the 'Decollation of St. John the 
Baptist, 25 Edw. I, is his next heir. 



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EDWARD I, 357 



York. Inq. Wednesday after St. Hilary, 26 Edw. I. 

Kyrkebymalsard. The manor (extent given), including pastures called 
Varrenna and Staynemore, and pasturage (agistamentum) in Scheldone 
and Grantelay, held of the king in chief of the barony of Tresk, doing 
suit at all the county (courts) of York yearly, and doing to the king 
homage and foreign service and 5 barded horses in the king's war, 
for the said barony and aU (his) other lands. 
Heir as above, aged 12 and more. 

York. Inq. the day of St. Hilary, 26 Edw. I. 

Thresk. The manor (extent given), including pannage in the park and 
from the borough called ' Thystelthack,' 205. for pasturage on the 
moor, a plot called Castelsted, 2 mills, a bakery with toll of the 
market and pleas of the borough worth 44Z., whereof John de 
Creppinges and William de Brakenb' receive 61. 13s. 4d. and PhiUp 
Bretoun 20s. yearly from ancient time, and Thomas de Colevile 
receives 131. 6s. 8d. and John de Blaby lOl. yearly of the gift of 
the said Roger, held of the king in chief in barony by homage and 
foreign service, and doing suits at the county (courts) of York 
yearly, and at the Riding (courts) of Yarlestre, Craykehogh and 
Wyndeiates once a year. 

Heir as last above. 

York. Inq. {undated). 

Burton in Lonesdale. The. manor (extent given), including three little 
assarts upon Aldeburton and Burton Wra, plots by Bounebeck, a 
meadow called Langestayemyre, a vaccary called Apeltrechnay (?), 
a free court and another court of villeins (?) &c. held of the king in 
chief, as member of the barony of Thresk, by service of doing suit 
at the king's wapentake of Youcros every three weeks, and 
rendering 46s. 8d. yearly for his free tenants for wapentake fine to 
the king, to the sheriff of York or his baiUff of Youcros. And 
he gave by charter to John de Crepinges and his heirs 20 ' rodales ' 
of land of the said manor, each worth 6s. 8d. yearly, and a plot of 
land called ' Kenilbouttes ' (? ) ; to Nicholas de Youckeflet and his 
heirs 10 ' rodales ' and a plot of land and a vaccary ; and to John 
de Rypoun and his heirs a culture of land upon Ulfesbergh containing 
15a., and 6a. meadow, for which the said John used to render lis. 3d. (?) 
yearly. 

Heir as above, aged 12 and more at the feast of the Assumption, 
25 Edw. I. 

Writ, 23 Nov. 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Extent Saturday the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 26 Edw. I, 
Eppeworth. The manor with its members in the Isle of Haxiholm, viz. — 
Belton, Haxeie, Ouston and Eerie (extents given), including wiadmUls 
at Waythale and Buttrewyck, and a custom called ' Yolbreweng,' 
held of the king in chief as of the crown, as a member of the barony of 
Tresk ; and he rendered 8s. yearly for sherifE's aid, and there are two 
foresters of fee who receive yearly an allowance and two robes, worth 
together 66s. 8d. yearly. 
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358 INQUISITIONS. 



[Leicester,] Inq. (undated). 

Melton Moubray. A messuage with 1\ virgates of land, a pasture, 
4Z. 10s. H. assised rent of free tenants, 30s. assised rent from 2 bond- 
men, and lis. 4^d. from cottars yearly, held of the king in chief, 
service unspecified. 
Heir as above, aged 13 at the feast of the Decollation of St. John the 
Baptist, 25 Edw. I. 

Northampton. Inq. made at Northampton on Tuesday after St. Lucy, 

26 Edw. I. 

Crek. A capital messuage, 96a. arable, 3a. meadow, 45. rent of free 

tenants, U. yearly rent of bondmen, and pleas &c. of court, held of 

the king in chief as a member pertaining to the barony of Mounbray. 

Of the heir the jurors know nothing. 

Assignment of dower to Rose (Boisia) late the wife of the said Roger in the 
manor of Eppeworth with the townships and hamlets pertaining to 
the same in the Isle of Haxhiholm, by virtue of the king's writ 
(recited) of 7 March, 26 Edw. I., viz. — a plot (placea) called Waithale, 
with a grange, oxhouse &c. built thereon, a windmill, a third part 
of lands and meadow, a wood called Methelwode with free chace 
and warren from the north head of Methelwode to Hecdike in length, 
and in breadth from the river Idle to the Trent ; a third part of a 
rabbit warren ; the townships of Ouston and Eerie with the hamlets 
of Gunthorp and Gidescarth, with the market and fair of Eerie, and 
rents, services and suits of freemen, villeins and cottars pertaining 
to those townships and in Haxeie (tenants named), a windmill at 
Westwode, a free court of all her tenants, and a third part of the 
profits of the said Roger's waste lands in the Isle of Haxiholm. 

Writ to escheator to cause the chace of Nydderdale and certain woods 
there which were of the said Roger, to be extended, 19 July. 
26 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. concerning the said chace and certain woods in the manor of 
liikebymalesard which have not yet been extended amongst the 
other lands &c. of the said Roger, Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 
26 Edw. I. viz.— 

The woods of Baggewych, Glumesker (?), and ' le Bowfalle,' with a lead 
mine worth 30s. yearly. 

Niderdale. In the free chace may be taken yearly 10 stags and 6 bucks 
in the time of grease (tempore pingwedirUs), and 10 hinds and 6 does 
in the winter season (tempore fermesone), 10 roebucks for the whole 
year, and 3 pairs of sparrowhawk eyries. The whole worth 59s. Sd., 
whereof the chief forester ought to take 20s. yearly, and the said 
Roger by charter gave thence to a certain chief forester a robe or 
20s. yearly. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. (missing). 
Northampton. Inq. niade at Northampton on Wednesday the eve of St. 
Edmund the King, 26 Edw. I. 
Crek. 18 virgates of land held by Andrew de Estleye by service of 
^ knight's fee ; and 18 virgates of land held by William le Vyneter 
by service of \ knight's fee. 



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Welleford. 24 virgates of land held by John de Wyvil by service of 
1 knight's fee. 
He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

Lincoln. Inq. made at Eppeworth, 11 June, 27 Edw. I. 

Greynesburgh. The manor held by Aymer (Eymerus) de Valencia by 

service of 2 knights' fees. 
Scalleby. Lands &c. worth 100s. yearly, held by John de Saunton by 

service of ^ knight's fee ; and lands &c. worth 100s, yearly, held by 

Richajd WaceljTi by service of I knight's fee. 
Haxeie and Butrewick. Lands &c. worth 15Z. yearly, held by OUver de 

Bussi [alias de Buscy] and Robert Takel by service of 1 knight's 

fee. 
Haxeie. Lands &c. worth 50s. yearly, held by Thomas Till, WiUiam 

Carpenter and others and the abbot of Suleby, by service of J 

knight's fee ; and a tenement held by Roger Cook {Coqus aUas Gocus) 

of Westwode by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Beltoft and Butrewik. Lands &c. worth 201. yearly, held by Roger de 

Beltoft and Roger son of Henry de Beltoft by service of two parts of 1 

knight's fee. 
Beltoft. Lands &c. worth SOs. yearly, held by WiUiam le Berner, the 

elder, and WiUiam le Berner, the younger, by service of Jg^ knight's fee. 
Belton. Lands &c. worth lOl. yearly, held by John de SothuU and John 

le Barbur by service of ^^ knight's fee. 
Ouston. Lands &c. worth 205. yearly, held by WiUiam Cuttewlf, WiUiam 

Ouljmg, PhUip Oulyng and others by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Belton. Lands &c. worth 40,s. yearly, held by John Fyntor, WiUiam 

Crak and others by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Grerlethorp. Lands &c. worth 151. yearly, held by Robert de Holthorp, 

Richard de Ampcotes and Henry de Rednesse by service of ^ 

knight's fee. 
Bliburgh. Lands &c. worth 201. yearly, held by Warin de Bassingbum by 

service of 1 knight's fee. 
Burton by Lincoln and Kynardferie. Lands &c. worth lOl. yearly, held 

by WiUiam de Middelton, Nicholas de Yockflete and Alexander de 

Insula by service of ^ knight's fee. 
He had no advowson of a chiurch in the county. 

Rutland. Monday after the Ascension, 27 Edw. I. 

Empingham. 2 knights' fees held by WiUiam de Basyngghes [alias 
de Bassingges] and Margaret his wife of the inheritance of the said 
Margaret. 

He had no advowson of a church in the county. 

Warwick. Extent made at Coventry on Friday before St. Thomas the 

Apostle, 27 Edw. I. 
Kirkeby. 1 knight's fee held by the prior of Kirkeby, doing scutage 

when it runs. 
Little Herdeberue. ^ fee similarly held by the same prior. 
Wappynbiry [alias Wappingbiry]. 4| fees similarly held by Baldwin 

Wake. 
Brinkelowe. ^ fee similarly held by Thomas de Bray, of the lands of 

John son of Benedict. 



360 INQUISITIONS. 



Hampton in Ardeme. J fee similarly held by John Pecche. 
Notehurste and Happisforthe. | fee similarly held by Robert de Hasting. 
Wavere. 1 fee similarly held by Robert de Wavere. 
Neunham [alias Neuenham]. 1 fee similarly held by Phihp de Neunham 

[alias de NeuenhamT 
Baddesleye and OHstorp. J fee and the advowson of the church of 

Baddesleye similarly held by John de Clinton. 
Scostoge and Beneteleye. 1 fee with the advowson of the church of 

Ysostoge (sic) similarly held by the parceners of the lands of 

Caunwile [alias Canvill]. 
Hesilholt. | fee similarly held by Peter de Monteforti. 
Smyte. 2| held in frank almoin by the abbot of Combe. 
Chadleswik. | fee held by John Pecche, doing scutage. 

Leicester. Inq. made at Leicester, 20 May, 27 Edw. I. 

Kyrkeby upon the river Wreyk. 1 knight's fee held by the prior of 

Kyrkeby ; 1 fee held by William de Kyrkeby of John Deyvill, who 

held of Roger de Moubray in chief. 
Fretheby. | fee similarly held by Hugh le Despenser of the same John 

DeyviU &c. 
Oleby. I fee similarly held by John de Segrave of the same &c. 
Ketilby, K3rrkeby and Burton. 1 fee held by Hamund Beler. 
Meulton [alias Melton] Moubray. J fee held by Richard de Waltham of 

Robert de Greylyng, and by him of Robert de Veer, who held of 

Roger de Moubray in chief. 
Stactherne. ^ fee held by Lambert de Trykyngham. 
Estwell. I fee held by Roger Brabazoun of Thomas Endelsouere, who 

held of Roger de Moubray in chief. 
Gouteby. I fee held by WiUiam Maureward. 
Burton Lazars. J fee held by the abbot of Vaudey. 
Wyvordeby. ■ | fee held by John Chenercourt. 
Little Dalby, Aleby and Sixtenby. 1 fee held by John de Perers of 

Henry de Notyngham, and by him of Thomas de Wassingle, Richard 

de BeyviU and WiUiam Rivel, heirs of Thomas de Wappenbury, and 

by them of John Wake, who held of Roger de Moubray in chief. 
Quenj^gbor'. 1 fee held by the abbot of Seleby. 
Neuton Burdet. 1 fee held by the master of Burton Lazars. 
Houby. 1 fee held by Maud de Houby of Henry de Notyngham, and 

by him of the heirs of Thomas de Wappenbury &c. as above. 
Pykwell. 3 fees held by Robert de Lumbele, Theophania de Bulmere 

and Robert de Watervile, heirs of Hugh de Morwyk, of Andrew de 

Astleye, who held of Roger de Moubray in chief. 
Leuisthorp [alias Leuithorp]. ^ fee held by the abbot of Vaudey. 
Butmuswell and Ohsthorp. | fee held by John de Clynton, nephew of 

John de Clynton, of John de Clynton who held of Roger de Moubray 

in chief. 
Aston. ^ fee held by John de Perers. 
Thurstinton and Radeclive. 1 fee held by Henry de Notyngham of the 

heirs of Thomas Wappenbury abovesaid &c. 

He had no advowsons of churches in the county. 

Essex. Inq. taken at Maldon, 25 Feb. 28 Edw. I. 

Duddinghurst. J knight's fee held by the earl of Oxford. 



EDWARD I. 361 



Estthorpe. | fee held by WiHiam Gernxm ; and I fee held by the bishop 
of London. 

He had no advowsons of churches in the bailiwick. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 27 May, 27 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Extent made at Retford on Saturday before the Nativity 
. of St. John the Baptist, 29 Edw. I. 
JEgmanton. The manor held by John de Evyle {alias de Eyvile] by service 

of 1 knight's fee. 
Serleby. The manor with the hamlet of Torcheworthe [alias Tocheworth] 

held by Hugh de Serleby by service of three parts of 1 knight's fee. 
Egrum. The manor, with its members Starthorp, Kelum, and Crumwelle, 

held by James de Sutton by service of 2 knights' fees. 
Alkeley and Finjoigley. Lands &c. worth lOZ. yearly, held by Nicholas 
de Sancta Elena and Ahce Touk, by service of 1 knight's fee. 
He had no advowson of a church in the county. 

[YoEK.] Inq. made at Lemyng on Thursday after St. Barnabas, 29 Edw. I. 
Massam in the wapentake of Hange. The manor held by John de Wauton 

by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Hoton Lunggevilers in the wapentake of Gilling. Four carucates of 

land held by Margaret de Nevyle [alias de Nevill] by service of 

\ knight's fee. 
Westapilgarth [alias Westpilgarth] in the same wapentake. Two 

carucates of land held by Hugh son of Henry by service of \ knight's 

fee. 

York. Inq. made at York on Friday after St. Mark, 29 Edw. I. 

Coldeneuton in the wapentake of Steyndive. The manor held by Alan 

de Catherton by service of \ knight's fee. 
Flasceby in the same wapentake. The manor held by WiUiam Greindorge 

by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Ostwik in the wapentake of Yucros. The manor held by John de 

HaverjTigton by service of J knight's fee. 

[York.] Inq. made at Tresk on Friday after St. Barnabas, 29 Edw. I. 

Langlethorp. Three carucates of land held by Simon de Stotevyle 

[alias de Stotevill] by service of \ knight's fee. 
Hundesburton. Three carucates of land held by John Pecche by service 

of J knight's fee. 
Kepwik. Six carucates of land held by Ralph de Nevyle by service of 

\ knight's fee. 
Hayton. Six carucates of land held by John de Ruddestan by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Garton upon the Wolds [super Waldes). Five carucates of land held by 

Thomas heir of Nicholas de Grendale by service of J knight's fee. 
Kilburne, Thorneton on the HiU (super le Hul), and Athehngfleth [alias 

Athehngeflete]. The manors held by John de Evyle [alias de Eyvill] 

by service of 2| knights' fees. 
Thurkilby. The manor and the towns of Osgoteby [alias Osgodeby] 

and Silton held -by WiUiam de Buscy by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Brandesby. The manor and the towns of Steresby and Braffirton held 
' by Thomas de la Rivere by service of 1 knight's fee. 



362 INQUISITIONS. 



Baynton. A moiety of the town held by Brian son of Alan by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Carleton and Yselbek [alias Iselbek]. Three carucates of land held by 

Walter de Carleton by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Hoton. Three carucates of land held by the same Walter by service 

of I knight's fee. 
Carleton. A carucate of land held by WiUiam de Norton by service of 

^ knight's fee. 
Tresk [alias Thresk]. Tvi^o bovates of land held by Joan Talenace by 

service of ^^^ knight's fee. 
Baggeby. The manor held by John de Blaby by service of I knight's fee. 
Sandhoton. The manor held by William le Gra by service | knight's fee. 
Brumton [alias Broumpton]. The manor held by William de Vescy of 

Kildare by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Soureby and Brakenberou. The tovras held by the same William by 

service of 1^ knight's fee. 
Langeton and Wyntringham. The tovms held by the same WilUam by 

service of 2 knights' fees. 
Suthcave, Hesel and Swaimysland. The towns held by the same William 

by service of 3 knights' fees. 
Neusom [alias Neusum] in Spaldingmore. The manor held by the same 

WiUiam by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Malton. The manor held by the same WiUiam by service of 2 knights' fees. 
He had no advowson of a church. 

[YoEK.] Inq. made at Malton on Saturday after St. Barnabas, 29 Edw. I. 
Wellom, [SJutton, Norton and Cnapton. Six carucates of land held by 

WilUam de Vescy of Kildare by service of J knight's fee. 
Norton and Sutton. Two carucates of land held by Matthew de Loveyne 

by service J knight's fee. 
Norton. A carucate of land held by WiUiam de Ebor' by service of 

I knight's fee. 
Norton and Sutton. A carucate of land held by Emulph de Percy by 

service of ^ knight's fee. 
Sledmere. Eleven carucates of land held by John de Wivyle [alias de 

WyviU], by service of 1 knight's fee. 
He had no advowson of a church. 

YoEK. Inq. made at York, 8 May, 29 Edw. I. 

Aldefeld and Stodley. Three carucates of land held by WiUiam de 

Aldefeld by service of | knight's fee. 
Stodley. Three carucates of land held by Agnes daughter of John de 

Stodley by service of | knight's fee. 
Azerle and Kyrkeby. Two carucates of land and 2 mills held by John 

son of Alan de Walkyngham by service of ^ knight's fee ; and two 

carucates held by Roger de Beltoft and Thomas de Beltoft by service 

of 1 knight's fee. 
Brathweit [cUias Braythwayt]. A carucate of land held by John de 

Walkyngham by service of | knight's fee. 
Wynkesle. A carucate and a half of land held by Richard FoUot by 

service of t^ knight's fee. 
KeteUsmor. A carucate of land held by Robert de Nonewlk, the younger 

by service of ^ knight's fee. 



EDWARD I. 363 



Swettem', Carlemor and Kirkeby. Three carucates of land held by the 

abbot of Fountains by service of ^ [alias ■^^] knight's fee. 
Growelthorp. Two carucates of land held by the same abbot by service 

of J knight's fee. 
Granteley. Two carucates of land held by Isabel la Grace (?) and Thomas 

de la Crescene (?) by service of J knight's fee. 
Kyrkeby. A bovate of land held by Alan le Oyselour [alias le Oysilur] (?) 

by service of -^ knight's fee. 
Grouweltorp. Half a carucate of land held by Henry Beaufiz by service of 

^ knight's fee. 
Mikilhawe. A carucate of land held by the prior of Neubourg [alias 

Neuburgh] by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Grenehamerton. Three carucates of land. 
Quixley. A carucate of land. 
Usbume. A carucate of land. 
AUerton. Two carucates of land. 
Hoperton. A carucate of land. 
Clarton. A carucate of land. 
Weteneuton. Two carucates of land. 

AU held by John de Bella Aqua by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Broutton. Four carucates of land held by WiUiam Lovel by service of 

two parts and half of a knight's fee. 
Southholm [alias Sutholm]. A carucate and a half of land held by 

Ivo de Etton by service of -^ knight's fee. 
Barton. A carucate of land held by Nicholas de Barton by service of 

^ knight's fee. 
Holm. Half a carucate of land held by Juliana de Besingby by service of 

:^ knight's fee. 
Slengesby. Seven carucatesnand a half of land held by John de Wyvyle 

[alias de Wyvill] by service of 1 knight's fee ; and 5 carucates of 

land held by Joan Wake by service of ^ knight's fee. 
Friton [alias Fry ton]. Three carucates of land held by Ernulph de Perci 

by service of | knight's fee ; and 2 carucates and 7 bovates of land 

held by Matthew de Loveyn by service of J knight's fee. 
Holthorp. Two carucates of land held by the same Matthew by service 

of ^ knight's fee. 
Gilling. Two carucates of land held by Ivo de Etton by service -^ knight's 

fee ; and a carucate of land held by Walter Barn by service of 

■^ knight's fee. 
Colton in Ridale. Three carucates of land held by John de Wyvyle by 

service J knight's fee. 
Calveton. Six carucates of land held by Joan Wake by service of 

^ knight's fee. 
Stayngreve. A carucate of land held by Walter de Taye [alias de Teye] 

by service of J knight's fee. 
Moseootes. Four carucates of land held by Joan Wake by service of 

^ knight's fee. 
Wymbelton. Four carucates of land held by Miles de Stapilton 

and Agnes de Bulford by service of two parts of 1 knight's 

fee. 
Kirkeby Moresheved, GiUingmore and Fadmor [alias Fadynor (sic)]. The 

towns held by Joan Wake by service of 10 knights' fees. 



364 INQUISITIONS. 



Boterwik [cdias Buttrewyk]. Two carucates of land held by Robert le 

Conestable by service of ^b knight's fee. 
Scalton, Dale and Halmby. The towns held by Richard Malebise by 

service of 1 knight's fee. 
Thorp Arches. The manor with the town of Walton held by John de 

Bella Aqua by service of 1 knight's fee. 
Wyhale and Esdik. The towns held by Ranulph de Albo Monasterio by 

service of J knight's fee. 
Bikerton. The town held by John son of Alan de Walkingham and 

John Gramari by service of J knight's fee. 
Helawe. A moiety of the town held by Richard de Waleys by service of 

J knight's fee ; and a moiety held by WiUiam le Vavasour [alias 

le A'^avassur] by service of j knight's fee. 

[Extent or summary] of the above knights' fees, excepting those in co. 
Lincoln, which are torn away, with variations there given within 
square brackets (defective). 

Assignment of dower of knights' fees to Rose (Roseia) late the wife of the 
said Roger, viz. — some of the above in cos. Lincoln, Leicester and 
York, with variations there given within square brackets. 

G. Edw. I. File 84. (8.) 



473- Roger son of Roger de Nodariis alias de Nowees. 

Writ to the sheriff of Bedford and Buckingham, 2 May, 26 Edw I. 
Bedford. Inq. made at Wyminton on Tuesday before the feast of Trinity, 
26 Edw. I. • 

Wymintone. The manor (extent given) held of Felicia, daughter and 
heir of Nicholas son of Wilham de Welton, by homage and service of 
a pair of white gloves, price ^d., for aU services save foreign services ; 
la. arable held of John son of Nicholas by service of a rose yearly ; ^ 
virgate of land with thfe advowson of the church, viz. — ^two parts of the 
advowson, held of Sir Robert Bumel, bishop of Bath and Wells, and 
his heirs by homage ; and there are due yearly to Thomas de Wahull 
for the manor of Welton, which is of the aforesaid FeUcia, 16d. ; 
to Sir J. Lovel 2s. 2d. rent ; to Roger de Ssepysevid 2s. 6d. rent ; 
and to bondmen by custom 15d. 

He died on Tuesday before St. Mark last. Roger his son, aged If year, 
is his next heir. 

Writ to the sheriff of Oxford and Berks, 2 May, 26 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. made at CherchuU, 10 May, 26 Edw. I. 

CherchuUe. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of Sir Philip 
Bumel ; for the said Roger and his father did homage to Sir Robert 
Bumel, bishop of Bath and WeUs, and after his death the said Roger 
did homage to the said Sir Phihp, and held the same of Sir Philip's 
heir by service of Id. yearly and homage as abovesaid. Sir Richard 
de Vemoun received the last scutage. He held no other lands &c. 
save the manor of Wyminton, co. Bedford. 

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EDWARD I. 365 



Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator, sending the inquisitions made 
by the sheriffs of Buckingham, Bedford, Oxford and Berks, for 
Richard de Vernon and William de Nevill each assert that the manor 
of Churchehill is held of them and not of the heir of Philip Burnel or 
of the king, 8 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. made at Oxford on Thursday before St. Margaret, 26 Edw. I. 
Churchull. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of Phihp 
Burnel, a minor and in the king's wardship, by homage and service 
of Id. and as much rehef as pertains to Id. yearly, and doing to 
Richard de Vernon rehef, and scutage when it shaU happen, for 

I knight's fee. The manor is not held of William de Nevyle ; and 
the said Roger held nothing of the king in chief in the county. 

Heir as above, aged 2 years. 

Bedford. Inq. made at Bedeford on Monday after St. Margaret, 26 Edw. I. 
Wymygton. Half a virgate of land and two parts of the advowson of 
the church, held of the heir of Philip Burnel by homage only ; the 
manor (extent given) held of Wilham de Nevile and Felicia his wife 
by homage and scutage when it runs, and by service of a pair of 
white gloves, price ^d. yearly ; and 7a. arable held of John son of 
Nicholas de Wymygton by service of a rose yearly. He held nothing 
of the king in chief. 
Heir as last above. 

Writ to the escheator to take into the king's hand the meadow of Miln- 
hamme in the manor of Chirchehill, which has not yet been extended, 
and enquire &c. 20 July, 26 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. Sunday the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 26 Edw. I. 
MuUeham alias Mulneham in the manor of CherchehuU. The meadow, 
worth lOOs. yearly, is held of the heir of Philip Burnel together with 
the residue of the whole manor by homage and service of It^. yearly. 
Roger de Nodariis the father gave the said meadow to Roger his 
. son and Joan his wife and their heirs and enfeoffed them jointly of 
the same by charter, with condition that if the said Roger the son 
should die before his father, the said Joan sursriving, she should hold 
the same for life for her whole dower, but if the said Roger should 
survive his father, as he did, then he and the said Joan and their 
heirs should hold the same for ever. This meadow was extended 
together with the other meadows of the manor by the sheriff and 
afterwards by the escheator. 

Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator to enquire into all the 
circumstances of the tenure of the manor of ChurchehuU by the 
said Roger, warning Maud late the wife of Philip Burnel, mother 
of his heir, to be present with the muniments concerning the manor, 

II Oct. 26 Edw. I. 

Oxford. Inq. made at Chupyngnorton, 21 Nov. 26 Edw. I. (sic). 

Churchull. Roger de Whelton, son and heir of William de Whelton, in 
8 Edw. I or thereabout, enfeoffed Robert Burnel, late bishop of 
Bath and Wells, of all the service which Roger de Nodariis, brother 
of the said Roger de Whelton, owed him concerning the manor of 
Churchull, which he held of him, viz. — homage and service of Id. 
yearly and service of 1 knight's fee, doing scutate when it should 



366 INQUISITIONS. 



happen. Roger de Nodariis and Roger his son, did the services 
aforesaid to the said Robert, and after the said Robert's death 
to Philip Bumel, his nephew and heir ; whereby the wardship of 
the manor pertains to Edward son and heir- of the said Philip, who 
is now in the king's wardship. 

In the time of king Henry III one Nicholas de Nodariis, ancestor 
of the said Roger, held the said manor of one Richard le Vemoun, 
ancestor of Richard le Vemomi that now is, by service of a knight's 
fee, and came into the wardship of the said Richard by reason of 
his minority, and the said Richard married his daughter Eustachia 
to the said Nicholas, and gave him quittance by charter of the service 
of a knight's fee which he owed him for the said manor ; since which 
time neither the present Richard de Vemoun nor any of his ancestors 
have had any service from the manor by the hands of the said Roger 
or his ancestors. After the said Nicholas came into the wardship 
of the said Richard no heir of his was ever in wardship except Roger 
son of Roger son of Roger, who is now in the king's wardship as 
wardship of wardship by reason of the minority of Edward Bumel 
aforesaid. 

Endorsed : This inquisition was taken in the presence of ... . the 
attorney of Maud Burnel, mother of Edward son and heir of Philip 
Bumel, and of the executors of Roger de Nodariis, who showed 
.... muniments which sufficiently declared the right of the said 
heir, Richard de Vernoun being present. 

Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether Roger de Nodariis 
deceased and Joan his wife, whom John de Harcourt has married, 
were enfeoffed jointly of 101. land in the meadow of Milnham in the 
manor of ChurchehuH by Roger the father, or not &c. 9 July, 
27 Edw. I. 
Oxford. Inq. taken at Chepyng Norton on Saturday after the Nativity of 
the Blessed Mary, 27 Edw. I. (defective). 
MuUneham in the manor of ChurchehuH. The said Roger, the father, 
gave 101. land in the said meadow to Roger his son and Joan his 
wife and the heirs of the said Roger the son, and enfeoffed them 
jointly by his charter forty days before Roger the son espoused the 
said Joan, and put them in seisin before the marriage, and because 
Roger the son was not then of full age he gave him Richard de 
Sancto Valerico as guardian, who had the guardianship for a long 
time, and deMvered the same to one Master John de Sancto 
Valerico, and he to one Ahamus, brother of the said Roger, who 
demised it to Roger the father, who held it until his death as 
(guardian?) of the said Roger his son and Joan because the said 
Roger (the son) was still under age. The said 101. land (were 
assigned ?) to the said Joan by Roger the father in dower with the 
assent of the same (Roger at the) church gate when he espoused her, 
before the enfeoffment aforesaid. 

in the presence of John de Harecurt and Joan his 

wife; and Master Thomas de Albersbury (warned?) 

to be present if he wished (came) not. 

Q.Edw.I. 85. (I.) 



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474. Gilbert de Gaunt alias de Gant. 

Writ to the escheator, 17 March, 26 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. (undated and mostly illegible). 

Helawe. [The manor (extent given), including ?] the vaccaries of 
[*Mosedale, Smerbergh, Bladesey,] Pyton, Kerton, [*Stonesdale], 
Scaldecotes, [*IveUshe,] and Gunnerset [*and the following fees, viz. 
the towns of Premington and Helawe, and the vaccaries of 

Crakepote, Rincrofte and Baconrawe], held of Richmond (?) 

by knight's service. He held nothing of the king in chief in the 
county. 

Roger son of WDliam de Gercheston, aged . . . ., Juliana sister of the 
said Gilbert, aged .... and more, and Peter son of Peter de Mauley, 
age unknown, are his next heirs. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 24 April, 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. made before the sheriff on Monday after the Ascension, 
26 Edw. I. 
Skendelby. The manor with its members Thorp and Parteney held of 
the king in chief as part of (de corpore) the whole tenure in the county 
which he held by barony together with Polkyngham, Hekjmgton, 
Barton and Edenham, which manors, excepting Skendelby, pertain 
to the king by reversion after the death of the said Gilbert. He held 
nothing of other lords in the county. 

Roger de Gercheston, aged 24 and more, Peter son of Peter de Mauley, 
aged 18 and more from Christmas last, and Juha de Gaunt sister of the 
said Gilbert, aged 40 and more, are his next heirs as one heir. 

Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln to extend the lands &c. knights' fees and 
advowsons, which the said Gilbert formerly surrendered to the king, 
who afterwards granted them to him for life, because Lora late his 
wife has not yet been dowered thereof, 24 April, 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Extent, Wednesday in Whitsun week, 26 Edw. I. 

Barton A capital messuage, 5 bovates of land, 98a. meadow, a toft 
called Brind toft, rents &c., a toll with burgage, ferry, and two mills, 
and perquisites of court. 

Polkyngham in Kesteven. The manor (extent given, with nq,pies of 
tenants), including tenants called ' markethemen.' 

Hekyngton. The manor (extent given), including a fishery in the marsh, 
a vaccary at Gerewik with a ' calfcroft,' a rent of 2 middorum and 
1 bushel of salt, an aid of 12 ploughs of Burton, and 30 cartloads of 
turves in the marsh of Hekyngton. 

Edenham. The manor (extent given). 

And he had in the county 40^ knights' fees, excepting a twentieth 
part of the same J fee. 

Skremby. The advowson of the church. 

Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. to the sheriff of Lincoln, 24 April, 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Extent, Wednesday in Whitsun week, 26 Edw. I. 

[Barton ?] \ knight's fee held by Richard le Rus of Barton by service 
of \d. yearly for all services. 

* So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible, 



368 INQUISITIONS. 



Barton. J fee held by Robert de Houton, doing nothing but foreign 

service. 
[Barton?] | fee held by Robert de Wilughby by foreign service 

which afterwards came to the hands of the said Gilbert. 
Barton. | fee held by the abbot of Thornton in frank almoin ; and 



^ 



fee held by the constable of Chester by foreign service. 



Feriby. J fee held by Roger son of Peter son of Osbert by foreign service. 

Horkestow. 1 fee held by the Master of the Hospital of St. John of 
Jerusalem, in frank almoin. 

Wynteryngham 3 fees held by John Marmyon by foreign service. 

Lyndesey. 6 fees in divers towns held by Phihp de Kyme. 

[Lyndesey ?] 4 fees held by Adam de WeUe ; three parts of | fee held 
by Edmund Dayncurt ; i fee held by John de Orby ; 1 fee held by 
Hugh de Driby ; J fee held by Robert de Barkeworth ; | fee held 
by Alan de Agthorp ; ^ fee held by John de Bokelaund ; | fee.held by 
the heir of WiUiam de Braytoft ; J fee held by John Blaunchard- of 
Burg by foreign service and suit at the court of Folkyngham every 
three weeks ; ^ fee held by Roger de Cressi ; and ^ fee held by 
Henry Slegth. 

Parteney. Two parts of 1 fee, tenant unspecified. 

Baumburg. ^ fee held by foreign service only, tenant unspecified. 

Kesteven. 20^ fees and J fee, whereof 13 are held by foreign service and 
suit at the court of Folkjoigham every three weeks, and 7 are held 
by foreign service only. 

Skremby. The advowson of the church. 

Mandate under the privy seal to Master John de Craucumbe and others 
to give dower to the wife of Gilbert de Gant of the lands which he 
surrendered to the king, who afterwards granted them to him for 
fife, the king having taken her homage and her oath not to marry 
without his leave, 20 June, 26 Edw. I. (French.) 

C.Edw.I. File 85. (2.) 

475, Robert de Tybotot alias de Tibetot, de Tibtoft, de Tybbtoft, 
DE Tibbetot, knight. 

Writ, 12 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. the day of St. Peter ad Vincula, 26 Edw. I. 

Eston. 70a. arable, 16a. meadow, 9a. pasture, a wood, 15d. rent of 
free tenants, 37s. 6d. rent of ' sokemen,' and pleas &c. of court, held 
of the king in chief by service of J knight's fee, as the jurors imder- 
stand ; and a messuage and 2 bovates of land, put to farm for 24s. 
yearly, held of the archbishop of York, rendering to him 10s. yearly. 

Payn his son, aged 19 at the feast of St. Martin next, is his next heir. 

Nottingham. Inq. Tuesday after St. James, 26 Edw. I. 

Langar. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief of the fee 
of Peverel for | knight's fee, doing scutage when it shall happen. 

Eva late his wife and Payn his son were enfeoffed jointly with him in 
the said manor, so that the inquisition answers nothing as to his heir. 

Essex. Inq. Sunday after the Translation of St. I'homas the Martyr, 
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Strattehale. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Ely in chief 
by service of 2 knight's fees. Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly 
with him of the above, to hold to them and the said Robert's heirs. 
Heir as above, aged 18 at the feast of St. Martin last. 

Cambridge. Inq. Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
26 Edw. I. 
Hardhston. The manor (full extent given) held in chief of the heirs of 
John de Burgo, and of John le Bretoun of Bockestide, by service of 
a clove gillyflower yearly to the said heirs, and a rose yearly to 
John le Bretoun, specifying the lands and rents of free tenants 
held of the said heirs and of the said John le Bretoun, and including 
6s. rent of free tenants of the fee of Bretayne. 
Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly &c. as above. 

Heir as last above. 

Cambridge. Inq. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 
26 Edw. I. 
Borewell. The manor (extent given), including mowing in the meadow 
of Brademede, and digging turf in the marsh, held of the earl of 
Oxford in chief by service of a knight's fee. 
Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly &c. as above. 
Heir as last above. 

Sttfpolk. Inq. Monday the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the 

Martyr, 26 Edw. I. 
Netlestede. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief of the 

king's gift by service of a knight's fee. 
[Unspecified.] Lands &c. (extent given), including water-mills at 

Beilham, Berkinge, and Creting All Saints, newly acquired by the 

said Robert for the said manor in divers towns lying around from 

divers feoffors, tenure unspecified ; whereof Eva late his wife was 

enfeoffed jointly &c. as above. 
Bramford. Two manors (extent given), newly acquired in the same 

manner, held of the bishop of Ely in chief by service of 58s. 3d. 

yearly ; whereof Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly &c. as above. 

Heir as last above. 

Writ, 12 June, 26 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. made at York on Wednesday after the Translation of St. Thomas 
the Martyr, 26 Edw. I. 

Benteley. . The manor (extent given), including a pasture callied Northwod, 
held jointly with Eva his wife, by the gift of Adam de Novo Mercato 
to them and the heirs of the said Robert, of the king "in chief, as of 
the honour of the castle of Tikhill, now in the king's hand, by service 
of rendering 40s. for the guard of the said castle, 6s. %d. for fine of 
the wapentake, and 2s. for ' Waytemete ' and ' Schirrefftothe.' 

Hagenthweyt. The manor (extent given) jointly held as above of 

Sir William son of William de Sprotteburg by homage and service 

of Id., and the foreign service pertaining thereto, of the gift and 

enfeoffment of one Peter de Cestria. 

He died at Nettelstede on Thursday after St. Dunstan last. Heir 

as above, aged 17 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last. 

2 A 



370 INQUISITIONS. 



Writ, 20 July, 26 Edw. I. 
[YoBK.] Inq. made at Benteleye on Thursday the eve of the Assumption, 
26 Edw. I. 

Benteleye. The manor (extent given) whereof the said Robert and Eva 
were jointly enfeoffed to hold to them and the said Robert's 
heirs of Sir Adam de Novo Mercato and his heirs by service of 
2^ knight's fee and a rose ; which Adam held the same of the honour 
of the castle of TyckhuU by service of rendering 40s. yearly for the 
guard of the said castle, 6s. 8d. for fine of the wapentake, and 2s. for 
' Waytemete ' and ' Schirrefftuth ' ; which services the said Adam 
after the enfeoffment aforesaid ceased and refused to pay, wherefore 
the bailiffs of TyckhuU made distraints in the manor, whereby the 
said Robert and Eva yearly paid the said services of 40s., 6s. Sd., 
and 2s. 

Hangthwayth. The manor (extent given) held jointly by the said Robert 
and Eva of Sir William son of William de Sprotteburgh by homage, 
service of rendering Id., and by the foreign service pertaining thereto, 
of the gift and enfeoffment of one Peter de Cestria 

Heir as above, aged 17 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the 
Baptist last. 

Writ of flenius certiorari concerning the enfeoffment and tenure of the 
manor of Langar, co. Nottingham, the above inquisitions being 
insuificient. Stryvelyn, 9 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 
Nottingham. Inq. 26 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 

Langar. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), including 
a wind-mill towards {versus) Langar and another towards Bemiston, 
held jointly as above, by the enfeoffment of John de Rodes, to 
hold to the said Robert, Eva and Payn, and the heirs of the said 
Payn, of the king in chief of the fee of Peverel for homage and 
service of | knight's fee and doing scutage when it shall happen, 
and rendering 10s. yearly for the honour of Peverel. 

Writ of plenius certiorari concerning the tenure of the manors of Netlestede, 

Braumford &c. the above inquisitions being insufficient, Stryvelyn, 

9 Aug. 26 Edw. I. 
Suffolk. Inq. 24 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 
Netlestede. 80a. arable. 
Little Blakenham. 4a. meadow. 

Wylawesham. 80a. arable, 7a. wood, l^a. pasture, and a windmill. 
Beylham. 15a land, 5a. wood, and a water-mill. 

AU held jointly by the said Robert and Eva of Sir Roger Loveday 

and his heirs by service of a clove gillyflower, by his gift and 

enfeoffment. 
Little Blakenham. 120a. arable, 6a. wood, and 4a. Ir. pasture, held jointly 

as above, of Nicholas de Kenet by service of Qd. yearly, by the gift 

&c. of the abovesaid Sir Roger. 
Nettlested. 50a. arable similarly held of PhUip Hahday, by his gift &o., 

by service of a chaplet of roses ; 14a. land similarly held of Agnes 

le Breton, by her gift &c., by service of a clove gillyflower; and 

4a. land similarly held of John Keth, by his gift &c. by service of a 

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Someresiiam. 14a. land similarly held of John de Via, by his gift &c. by 

service of a rose yearly. 
Nettlestede. 20a. land similarly held of Giles de Mokedone, by his gift &c. 

by service of a peppercorn yearly. 
Ofiynton. 8a. land similarly held of Lady Joan de Boun by service of 

2s. 6d. yearly, by the gift &c. of Philip Hahday. 
Beylham. 6a. land similarly held of Sir Guy Ferre by service 12d. yearly, 

by the gift of Margery (Mager') daughter of Richard the smith 

(fabri) ; and 6a. land similarly held of the prior &c. of Bresete by 

service of I2d. yearly, by the gift &c. of John Tailor (Cissoris). 
Berkingg. 16a. land, 6a. meadow, and a water-mill, similarly held of 

the prior of the hospital of St. John, Batesford, by service of 16s. 

yearly, by the gift &c. of Margery de Bedingfeud. 
Creting. 8a.. land similarly held of the prior of Creting by service of 16<i!. 

yearly, by the gift &c. of the same Margery. 
Codenham. 16a. land similarly held of the bishop of Ely by service of 

2s. yearly, by the gift &c. of the same Margery ; and a water-mill 

similarly held of John Tailor by service of 8s. yearly, by the gift &c. 

of the same Margery. 
Someresham. 11a. land similarly held of John de Via, by his gift &c., 

by service of an apple yearly ; and 6a. land and 2a. wood similarly 

held of Robert de Someresham, by his gift &c. by service of |Z6. 

cummin. 
Little Blakenham. 44a. land and la. pasture similarly held of the heirs 

of Robert de GreUey, by the gift &c. of Ralph le Blounte, by service 

of 3s. id. yearly ; and 12a. land similarly held of Hugh de Goudenham, 

by his gift &c. by service of a peppercorn. 
Braumford. 14a. meadow similarly held of the bishop of Ely, by his 

gift &c., by service of 10s. id. yearly ; and 50a. land similarly held 

of the said bishop, by the gift &c. of Ralph le Blount, by service 

of 2s. yearly. 
Netlested. 22s. 6d. yearly rent (extent given with names of tenants) 

similarly held of the prior &c. of Hatfeld, by their gift &c. by service 

of a pair of white gloves yearly. 
Little Blakenham. 61. 2s. 3^d. to be received yearly from divers tenants 

(names given) similarly held of PhiMp Haliday, by his gift &c., by 

service ^Ib. pepper ; and 23c?. yearly rent from tenants (names given) 

similarly held of Benedict de Blakenham super aqiiam, by his gift, 

by service of a clove gillyflower yearly. 
Beylham. 23s. Id. yearly rent from tenants (names given) similarly 

held of Roger Loveday, by his gift &c. by service of lib. cummin 

yearly. 
Codenham. 9s. 2d. yearly rent from tenants (names given), similarly 

held of Margery de Bedingfeud, by her gift &c. by service of a clove 

gillyflower. 
Someresham. 51s. 2d. yearly rent from tenants (names given) similarly 

held of John de Via, by his gift &c. by service of 5s. yearly. 
Berking. 16Jd. yearly rent from tenants (names given) similarly held 

of Roger Loveday, by his gift &o., by service of a clove gillyflower. 
Braumford. A manor called Carleton (extent given with names of 

tenants) similarly held of the bishop of Ely, by the gift &c. of John 

de Lovetot, the elder, by service of 58s. id. yearly rent. 



372 INQUISITIONS. 



Wytington. Gl. 8s. id. and 51 hens yearly from the underwritten 
tenants, similarly held of the prior &c. of Legh (Lega), by the gift &c. 
of the said John de Lovetot, by service of 30s. yearly, viz. — 
Wy(t)ington. A messuage and 40a. land held by John Baron, 

rendering IDs. and 8 hens yearly ; a messuage and 16a. land 

held by Henry Vincent, rendering 4s. 5d. and 6 hens yearly ; 

and a messuage and 22a. land held by Peter de Bosco, 

rendering 7s. and 6 hens yearly. 
Thurleston. A messuage and 16a. land held by Hugh de Pynton, 

rendering 6s. and 6 hens yearly ; and a messuage and 10a. land 

held by Fabian (?) de Pynton, rendering 4s. and 6 hens yearly. 
Westerfeld. A messuage, 16a. land and la. meadow, held by 

, rendering 8s. and 7 hens yearly ; and a messuage 

and 30a. land held by Ralph Kyng', rendering 13s. id. and 

6 hens yearly. 
BourstaUe. A messuage and 16a. land held by Robert Mabyng, 

rendering 6s. and 6 hens yearly ; and a cottage held by 

, rendering 14d. yearly. 

Floketon. A messuage and 16a. land held by John Pykot, rendering 

8s. id. yearly. 
Blakenham. A messuage and 24a. land held by Norman le Ry, 

rendering 15s. yearly ; and 15a. land held by William de Roos, 

rendering 5s. yearly. 
Ipswich. A messuage held by Walter de Hountingfeud, rendering 

20s. yearly ; a messuage held by John Costyn, rendering 

5s. yearly ; a messuage held by Ehas Oter, rendering 10s. 

yearly ; and a messuage held by John Dunkepot, rendering 5s. 

yearly. 
Bramford. A messuage, 210a. land by the greater hundred, 18a. meadow, 
4a. pasture, 3a. wood, and a windmiU, held jointly as above, of the 
said bishop of Ely, by the gift &o. of Alan de la Tye, by service of 
28s. yearly. 

The said Eva continued her seisin thereof untU, after the death of the 
said Robert, the lands &c. were taken into the king's hand, and after her 
death they wiU remain to the heirs of the said Robert. 

C.Edw.I. File 85. (3.) 

476. Robert de Tatbshale alias de Tatessal, de Tatersale, the elder. 

Writ, 8 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 
Lincoln. Inq. 28 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 

Tatteshale. The castle {castellum) together with the manor of Candelesby 
and Boston {Sancti Botulphi) (fuU extent given with names of free 
tenants), including a fishery in the marsh of Wythme, and three 
free tenants rendering 13d. yearly in the hamlet of Marton, held of 
the king in chief by barony rendering 40s. yearly of fixed fine. 

Kirkeby hamlet. 40a. arable, 5a. meadow, free tenants (names given) 
rendering 6s. Id., 6 bondmen rendering 485. and 4 cottars rendering 
2s. 8d. yearly, held of John Beck in chief by service of 201. 13s. Id. 
yearly to be received from the manor of Tatteshale, to which it 
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And there are also in rent resolute yearly to the bishop of Carlisle 
3s. ; to one William de Thimelby 3s. ; to Ivo the chaplain 26s. 8d. ; 
to one Geoffrey de Wethresfeld 66s. 8d. ; and to the abbot of 
Kirkested 66s. 8d. 

Robert his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir. 

Lincoln. Inq. 4 Oct. 26 Edw. I. 

Boston. A manor (full extent given with names of free tenants) held 
of the king in chief as member of the barony of Tatteshale, whereof 
the manor of Tatteshale is head, service unspecified. 

Tydd. A manor (extent given) held of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, by 
service of 5s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Lancaster. 

[Norfolk.] Inq. Tuesday after St. Michael, 26 Edw. I. (defective). 
Wymondham. The manor (extent given). 
Bokenham. The manor (extent given), including 10a. turbary in Swanegeye, 

a fishery, a market, a fair (feria) at the feast of St. Martin, and 

' londgovel ' from New Bokenham. 
Both held of the king in chief by service of butlery (pincerne). 
Babbingll(e). The manor (extent given), including salt marsh, held of the 

barony of Tateshale, service unknown. 
[The hundreds of Freth and] Shropham and a fourth part of the Tolboth 

of Lenn held of the king in chief by service 

viz. the hundred of Freth worth lOZ., the hundred of Shropham 

worth 11. I2d., and the Tolboth of Lenn worth lOl. 

.... his son, more, is his next heir. 

Norfolk. {Extent undated.) 

Tibenham. The manor (fuU extent given with names of tenants), 

including a windmill in Tybenham, and another in Carleton, tenure 

unspecified. 
Denton. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), tenure 

unspecified. 
Endorsed : Inquisition concerning lands and tenements which were of 

Robert de Tateshale. 

Writ, 9 Sept. 26 Edw. I. 
York. Inq. Wednesday after the octave of St. Michael, 26 Edw. I. 

Hundemanby. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), 
including a market toU worth Ql. 13s. id. yearly, and a toll at Fyvele 
worth 13s. id. yearly, held of the king in chief in barony by doing 
suit at all the county (courts) of York yearly, and once a year at 
the Riding (court) of Kraychou, next after the aforesaid county (court), 
and at the wapentake of Rudestan next after the said Riding (court). 
He held no lands &c. in the East Riding {Estthithing') of others. 
Heir as first above. 

[York.] Inq. made at Thoraldeby on Sunday after St. Michael, 26 Edw. I. 
West Wytton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held 
of John de Britannya as of the honour of the castle of Rich(mond) by 
service of 6s. id., and doing suit at his court at Rich(mond) every 
three weeks. 
Heir as above, aged 24 and more. 



374 INQUISITIONS. 



[York.] Inq. made at WeUe on Friday after St. Michael, and afterwards 
at Thoraldeby on Sunday following, 26 Edw. I. 
Welle. The manor (extent given), including about 200a. wood in severalty 
called Chauncewich, 2 water-mills worth 11. yearly, whereof 61. 
yearly are rendered to the heir of Gilbert de Chfton, the advowson of 
the church of which John de Metingham is now parson, and 2 caru- 
cates of land in Nosterfeld, which is a member of the said manor. 
Crakehale. The manor (extent given), including water-mills for corn and 
fulUng, and the following free tenancies : — 
Thorp Pirrow. 3 carucates of land held by Hugh de Swyllingeton, 

rendering 4s. M. yearly, and doing suit at the lord's court. 
Thexton and Arlaghthorp. 5 carucates of land held by William de 

Lascels, rendering 5s. 9rf. yearly. 
Yarnewyk. 3 carucates of land held by Alan de Kyrkeham, 

rendering, with Roger de Ingoldeby, who holds 1 carucate there, 

3s. 5d. yearly. 
Gaytenby. 1 carucate of land held by Ralph de Richem(ond), 

rendering 2\\d. yearly. 
Crakehale. 1 carucate of land held by Wymer de Crakehale, 

rendering 22d. yearly. 
Neuton. 3| carucates of land held by Robert Tortmayns, rendering 

4s. 8d. yearly. 
Gaytenby. 1 carucate of land held by Roger de de (sic) Aske, 

rendering 21Jci. yearly ; and 2 carucates of land held by the heir 

of Stephen Maulovel, rendering 21|ci. yearly. 
Clifton. 3 carucates of land held by the heir of Gilbert de Clifton, 

rendering 3s. 6d. yearly. 
Wattlous and Haukeswell. 1 mark rendered yearly by Simon de 

Stuttevill for 12 carucates of land. 
(Unspecified. ) 7s. rendered yearly by Peter deThoresby for \ knight's fee. 
Whereof the lord renders yearly to John de Britannia 45s. and to 
Robert de Musters 4s. yearly. 
Thoraldeby. The manor (extent given), including herbage of ' le Hegh- 
nyng ' 2 vaccaries, 2 sheepfolds (bercarie), the sheepfold of 
Swynewathecote, bondmen rendering 121. lis. 8d., and cottars 
rendering 71. 4s. 3d., for lands in Thoraldeby, Neubyggmg and Burton, 
mills in Thoraldeby and Neubiging, and a third part of the mills of 
Aykescharth and Thorneton Rust, agistment in Bischopdale worth 
10s., and three free tenants in Thorneton. 

The said Robert had nothing in the said manors of Welle, Crakehale 
and Thoraldeby on the day he died, save by reason of Joan 
daughter of Ralph son of Ralph, his wife, to whom the said manors 
descended and were assigned as her pourparty of the inheritance 
of the said Ralph as one of his daughters and heirs ; and the said 
Robert and Joan, who survives, held the same jointly, in form 
aforesaid, of John de Britannia, as of the honour of his castle of 
Richemond, by service of 45s. yearly, and by doing suit at his court 
of Richemond every three weeks, and 61. for scutage when it is at 
40s., and at more more and at less less. 

Heir as above, of the said Robert and Joan, aged 24 and more. 

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477. William de Bello Campo, earl of Wakwick. 

Writ, 12 June, 26 Edw. I. 
Middlesex. Inq. the morrow of SS. Peter and. Paul, 26 Edw. I. 

Westminster. A messuage and 8a. arable held of the abbot &c. of West- 
minster by doing suit at their court every three weeks, and 145. 10^. 
yearly rent. 

Guy de Warr(ewick) his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir. 

Buckingham. Inq. Saturday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 
26 Edw. I. 
Hamslape. The manor (full extent given), including an old preserve 
and a holm adjacent, viUeins called 'akermanni,' and a free fishery, 
held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee and two 
serjeanties. 
Guy de Bello Campo is his next heir and of full age. 

Oxford. Inq. 26 June, 26 Edw. I. 

Spelesbury. The manor (extent given), including a court with garden &c., 
held of the bishop of Worcester by service of a knight's fee. 
Guy de Warr(ewick), aged 27 and more, is his next heir. 

Gloucester. Inq. Saturday the eve of St. Peter, 26 Edw. I. 

Kenemerton. A fourth part of the manor (extent given with names of 
tenants) held jointly with Maud his wife, countess of Warwick, of 
the earl and countess of Gloucester in chief, service unknown. 

Guy his son, aged 27 and, more, is next heir of the said William 
and Maud. 

Gloucester. Inq. made at Wynchecumb on Thursday after SS. Peter and 
Paul, 26 Edw. I. 
Wykewaue. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held 
of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Guy his son, aged 27 and more, is his next heir. 

Gloucester. Inq. made at . Gyrencestre on Monday after St. Peter, 
26 Edw. I. 
Tettebury, Douton and Upton. 61. rent to be received by the hands of 
John de Thorndone (?), a tenant, held of the king in chief, service 
unknown ; and 6 virgates of land, which Alexander Dabytot holds 
freely rendering nothing yearly. 

Heir as last above. 

Gloucester. Inq. made at Gyrencestre on Monday after St. Peter, 26 Edw. I. 
Cheddeworthe, Two parts of the manor (full extent given with names of 
tenants) held of the king in chief, service unknown. 
Guy de Warr(ewick), son of the earl of Warwick, aged 27 and more, is 
his next heir. 

Worcester. Inq. Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 26 Edw. I. 

Worcester, Salewarp and Droitwich. ~ The castle of Worcester, the manor 
of Salewarp (full extent g