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THE NOTE-BOOK OF TRISTRAM RISDON 



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FACSIMILES OF ARMS. 



THE NOTE-BOOK 



OF 



TRISTRAM RISDON 

(AUTHOR of the 'survey of the COUNTY OF DEVON ') 

1608-1628. 



TRANSCRIBED AND EDITED FROM THE ORIGINAL 
MANUSCRIPT IN THE LIBRARY OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF EXETER 



JAMES DALLAS, F.L.S., 

Local Secretary to the Society of Antiquaries of London ; Corresponding Member 

of the British Arch^ological Association ; Fellow of the 

Anthropological Institute : 

AND 

HENRY G. PORTER. 



LONDON : 
ELLIOT STOCK, 62, PATERNOSTER ROW, E.C. 

1897. 



ELLIOT STOCK, 
62, PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON. 






TO 
THE VENERABLE 

THE DEAN AND CHAPTER 

OF THE 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. PETER IN EXETER, 

THIS VOLUME IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED, 

IN RECOGNITION OF THE COURTESY WITH WHICH 

THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT 

WAS BY THEM ENTRUSTED TO THE 

EDITORS. 



175 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

INTRODUCTION ..----- x iH 

DEVONSHIRE I THE GENERAL ARMORY I 

THE FEUDAL BARONIES OF DEVON AND THEIR HOLDERS - 53 

THE EARLS, NOBLES AND SHERIFFS OF DEVONSHIRE - - 80 

PEERS, BARONETS AND KNIGHTS HOLDING LANDS IN DEVON, WITH 

THEIR ARMS. EDWARD III. CHARLES I. - - - 96 

SHORT BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES OF NOBLES AND KNIGHTS OF 

DEVON, DISTINGUISHED FOR MILITARY AND OTHER SERVICE, 

FROM THE CONQUEST TO THE REIGN OF HENRY IV. - 122 

KNIGHTS AND DISTINGUISHED MEN OF DEVON, FROM THE CONQUEST 

TO THE REIGN OF KING CHARLES I. 148 

THE JUSTICES ITINERANT IN DEVON, WITH THE DATES OF THEIR 

CIRCUITS. 2 HENRY II. 21 HENRY VII. (AN INCOMPLETE LIST) l86 
EXETER DUKES, MARQUISES AND EARLS BEARING THIS TITLE, 

WITH A LIST OF THE MAYORS OF THE CITY - - 1 94 

BARONS AND KNIGHTS IN THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL, WITH 

THEIR ARMS. HENRY II. JAMES I. '- - - 201 

BARONS AND KNIGHTS HOLDING LANDS IN DORSET. FROM THE 

CONQUEST TO THE TIME OF JAMES I. 223 

KNIGHTS OF SOMERSETSHIRE, WITH THEIR ARMS. HENRY II. 

JAMES I. ------ " 242 



xii Contents. 

PAGE 

LIST OF KNIGHTS AND OTHERS IN WILTSHIRE, WITH ARMORIAL 

BEARINGS. HENRY III. HENRY VIII. - - -279 

LIST OF PEERS AND OTHERS IN HAMPSHIRE, FROM THE REIGN 
OF KING HENRY III. TO THAT OF KING JAMES I., WITH SOME 
ARMORIAL BEARINGS- - - - - - 287 

TENANTS OF LANDS AND MANORS IN ENGLAND, FROM THE REIGN 
OF HENRY III. TO THE 32ND YEAR OF KING HENRY VIII., 
EXTRACTED FROM VARIOUS RECORDS - - -294 

INDEX OF PERSONS - - - - - "329 

INDEX OF PLACES ------ 342 



INTRODUCTION, 



THE volume now presented to the public after the lapse 
of nearly three hundred years appears to have been 
the genealogical common-place book of Tristram 
Risdon, the author of the well-known ' Chorographical 
Description or Survey of the County of Devon.' 

Though the compilation of the manuscript must have occupied 
many years, we are only able to fix the period approximately. 
On page 180 the death is recorded of Charles Blunt, Earl of 
Devon, within two years of the time of writing, while on 
page 279 Sir Popham Southcot is mentioned as having been 
knighted in 1628. It is clear, therefore, that the book was for 
the most part written between 1608 and 1628, and it may be 
assumed that it was synchronous with the ' Chorographical 
Description/ which Prince, in his ' Worthies of Devon,' tells us 
occupied our author from the year 1605 to the year 1630. It 
is identified as Risdon's by the fact that on the first page are 
written, in the same hand as the body of the work, the words 
1 Liber Tristram Risdon,' and that the list of Sheriffs of Devon- 
shire is, so far as it goes, identical with that printed in the 
Survey, including the introductory note thereto. There are 
numerous other points of resemblance which leave no doubt as to 
the authorship of the manuscript, which may be regarded as a 
genealogical and heraldic supplement to the Survey. 

The volume contains 188 leaves, many of which, including 
the last, are blank. It is of foolscap size, and somewhat roughly 
bound in polished vellum. On the back is written the single 
word ' Risdon,' while on the front cover are the letters 33 b. It is 



xiv Introduction. 

No. 3531 of the manuscripts in the Exeter Cathedral Library, 
in which it is preserved, and contains the old Book Plate 
of that Library a Bishop enthroned, holding in the dexter 
hand a representation of the West Front of the Cathedral 
Church of Exeter, and in the sinister a key, the inscription 
being The Cathedral Library at Exeter, Anno Dom ni 1749.' 
Over this plate is written in a hand, probably of the middle of 
the last century, the words ' Liber Ecclesiae Cath. Exon.' The 
first leaf, save for the name of Risdon already referred to, is 
blank, and the succeeding five pages were ruled and intended 
for an index to the Brevia Collecta begun on page 37 of the 
manuscript, which was the original page 1 of the author, and 
no doubt the thirty-four preceding pages were all intended to 
contain the index to this Section. The present pagination was 
made in red ink by that indefatigable antiquary and accom- 
plished genealogist Mr. Winslow Jones, to whom our thanks 
are due for some assistance during the progress of our work.* 

The General Armory covers from page 8 to page 41, but 
pages 37, 39, 40, and 41 are for the most part filled with the 
' Brevia ' already referred to. The arms are tricked, but unfor- 
tunately in some cases, and occasionally in those of special interest, 
the tinctures are omitted. Nevertheless it contains an enormous 
mass of useful heraldic information, and the arms of many families 
are here given which it would be difficult, if not impossible, to 
find elsewhere. As regards our interpretation of the tricking, 
we have for the most part followed the latest edition (1894) of 
Parker's ' Glossary/ but as regards certain charges, we have 
adopted the practical suggestions of Planche. Notably, we 
have throughout blazoned all circular figures except bezants as 
roundels, a course which is justified not alone by the practice of 
the early heralds, but by the fact that in some instances no 
tinctures are given, and the use of this term was therefore the 
only method of securing uniformity. In like manner, instead of 
speaking of drops of fluid as gouttes de sang, gouttes de poix and 
so forth, we have invariably blazoned them of their tincture. 
Again, we have found it a little difficult to discriminate between 
cinquefoils and roses, as well as to identify some other plant- 

* Since the above was written my kind old friend has been removed 
by death, to the deep regret of those who knew him. J. D. 



Introduction, xv 

forms, and it has occasionally been impossible to identify the 
birds and to describe accurately some other charges.* 

To the account of the Feudal Baronies of Devonshire more 
time has been devoted than to any other part of the work, and 
though Risdon's statements have been found singularly accurate 
in the main, it has been possible to make a few important cor- 
rections and many additions to his text. In particular attention 
is called to the change in the early part of the Courtenay pedigree 
brought to light by researches into the records of King John's 
time, and which corrects all the Courtenay pedigrees to be found 
in the usual works of reference. It may further be said that no 
account exists save this, so far as has been ascertained, of the 
baronies whose history is here traced. 

The list of the Sheriffs of Devon corresponds with the printed 
list in the ' Chorographical Description,' but differs in many 
important respects from that published in the Thirty-first Annual 
Report of the Deputy Master of the Rolls (page 278). We have 
made some corrections from this list, and some from original 
records, but even now we fear that no strictly accurate list of 
these officers exists. 

The list of Justices Itinerant is very incomplete, but it is 
useful as far as it goes, and in many cases mentions the Court 
over which, when in the Capital, each Justice presided. 

The list of the Mayors of Exeter varies considerably from the 
published lists, for which without doubt all later authors are 
indebted to the labours of John Hooker, alias Vowel. Many 
of the variations are, however, to be accounted for by the fact 
that whereas Hooker and his successors give the Christian year 
in which each Mayor was elected, Risdon adopts the regnal year 
of each succeeding King, and probably was unacquainted with 
the actual date of election. 

With regard to the lists of Knights and others in the various 
Western counties, it is unnecessary to say more than that the 
arms, where given, are tricked, as in the Armory already de- 
scribed ; and that, owing to the plan adopted by Risdon, the 
names of many persons occur under more than one King's 
reign. It should, perhaps, be mentioned with regard to the 

* The illustrations which appear in the frontispiece are accurate fac- 
similes of Risdon's drawings. Eds. 



xvi Introduction. 

lists for Wiltshire and Hampshire that in the MS. the county 
headings are omitted, but there can be no room for error in 
classifying the Knights enumerated under those counties. 

The collection of ' Brevia ' contains an enormous mass of 
most important genealogical matter, taken from original deeds 
which doubtless at one time or another passed through Risdon's 
hands. With this part of the work it has been thought best 
not to do more than make 6bvious corrections, but the entries 
have been so far compared with the Fine Rolls and other 
Records as to prove conclusively their great accuracy and value. 

In conclusion, we have to express our indebtedness to Miss 
Annie Glanville, of Exeter, for much highly-valued aid in the 
preparation of the indexes. 

Editors. \ 

Exeter, 

October 15, 1897. 



DEVONSHIRE: 
THE GENERAL ARMORY. 

(Pages 841.) 



ABBOT, OF Hartland: Or, a cross sable voided of the 
field between four eagles displayed of the first. (9) 
^ Adamps : Or, semy of [seven] crosses crosslet, a 

lion rampant sable. (9) 

Adiston, OF ADISTON : Argent, a fess between three 
roundels sable. (9) 

Akelan, OF AKELAN: Chequy ..., a fess ... (9) 

Akelan, John, of Acland, 9 R. II.: ... on a bend 

... between a lion rampant ... in chief and three lozenges 

bendwise .. in base, three trefoils. With this seale he 

sealed. (9) 

Alabaster, of Bickton : Azure, three crossbows or. (9) 
Aller : Argent, three popinjays [?] vert, collared gules. 

(9) 

^ ALLEY, BlSSllOP OF Exon : Azure, a pale engrailed 

ermine, between two lions rampant of the second, ducally 

crowned or. (9) 

Alwyn : Sable, three lions rampant, argent, fretty 
azure. (9) 

Ameredetii, of Poole in Slapton : Argent, a- lion 
rampant sable, collared and chained gules. (9) 

Amidas, OF Plimouth : Azure, a chevron argent between 
three acorns slipped or. (9) 

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2 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Ank, OF Ank : Gules, two bars, and in chief three annu- 
lets argent. [The G. and A. of the field and bars have been mis- 
placed, but the fact that the annulets are tricked A. shows the 
intention of the draughtsman.] (9) 

APPELDOR : Gules, a fess nebuly argent. (9) 

Appelton : Or, a chevron sable between three apples 
stalked vert. * (9) 

ARCHEDECNE: Argent, three chevronels sable. (9) 

ARONDELL: Sable, six hirondelles, three, two, and one, 
argent. (9) 

ARSCOT : Per chevron azure and ermine, in chief two stags' 
heads cabossed or. (9) 

Ashford, OF ASHFORD : Argent, between two chevronels 
sable, three ashen keys* vert. (9) 

ASHLEGH, OF ASHLEGH : Argent, a pheon gules. (9) 

Ashthorp, William, of Samford Peverell: ... a 

bend . . (9) 

ASHTON, OF ASHTON : Vert, three bendlets argent. (9) 

ASSETON, OF ASSETON : Argent, a chevron engrailed 
between three fleurs-de-lys sable. (9) 

ASSHENDON, OF DARTMOUTH : Argent, a lion rampant 
gules, collared or. (9) 

Aston, John : ..., a chevron ... between three roses 
or cinquefoils ... (8) 

At Comb, OF ATCOMB: Sable, three marlions' dexter 
wings displayed argent. (9) 

At Hull: ... , a chevron ... between three chess- 
rooks ... (9) 

At Hull, T., 22 R. 2: ... , on a chevron ... a chess- 
rook ... (9) 

Atway : ... , on a chief ... three lions' heads erased 
... , over all a bend ... (9) 

At Way : ... , on a chief ... three lions' heads erased 
... , over all a bend ... [this is precisely the coat blazoned 

above] . (9) 

Atwill : Argent, a pile sable, a chevron counter- 
changed. (9) 

.At Will, John : Argent, a fess and in chief three piles 
sable. (9) 

At WOOD ; Ermine, three leopards' faces, azure. (9) 

* The seed vessels of the common ash are called ashen-keys. Eds. 



The General Armory. 3 

At Wood : Sable, a lion rampant argent, between six 
acorns or. (9) 

At Woode : Sable, semy [or an orle] of [eight] acorns 
slipped or, a lion rampant, argent. (8) 

Audelegh, Lord : Gules, fretty or. (9) 

Auncell : Ermine, a fess sable, between in chief two demi- 
lions and in base three lozenges gules. (8) 

Auncell : Gules, a saltire engrailed or between four 
bezants. (9) 

Avenell : Argent, five fusils conjoined in fess sable be- 
tween two cotises gules. (9) 

Avenell : ... three eagles displayed ... (9) 

Baa, of ... : Ermine, a bend gules. (8) 

Baa, Tho., was lord of Shepwash manor and land, Bucland, 
Hele Sachvile, Stocley and Ayleslande, 9 Ed. II. : Gules, a 
chevron between three roundels argent. (10) 

Baa, or Baker : Gules, a chevron ermine, between three 
roundels argent. (10) 

Baa, OR Baker : ... , a chevron ... between three annu- 
lets. (10) 

Babington, Bisshop of Exon: Argent, ten roundels, 
four, three, two and one, gules, in chief a label of three points 
azure. (10) 

Baker : Argent, on a saltire engrailed sable, five escallops 
of the field, on a chief of the second, a lion passant of the 
first. (10) 

Balun : Barry dancetty of six, argent and gules. (10) 

BAMFILD, OF POLTYMORE : Or, on a bend gules three 
mullets argent. His true Armes paly of 6, or and v. (10) 

Barkley, or Bartlet : Sable, a fess ermine, between 
three cinquefoils or roses, argent. (10) 

BARNHOUS, OF KINGSTON : Gules, a pair of wings con- 
joined in lure argent. (10) 

Barron : Argent, a chevron between three human hearts 
sable. (10) 

Barry, OF WlNSCOT: Barry of six, argent and gules. (10) 

Basset, of Umberley: Barry wavy of six .. . (10) 

Bastard, of Efford : Or, a chevron azure. (10) 

Batten, of Dunsland : Argent, three battle - axes, 
azure. (10) 

1 2 



4 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Batten, of Exon : Argent, a chevron sable between 
three battle-axes, azure. (10) 

Battishull, of Westwike: Azure, a cross crosslet in 
saltire, or cross of St. Julian, between four owls argent. (10) 

Baucen, of Shilston : Argent, two bars wavy gules, a 
canton sable. (10) 

BAWCOMB : Argent, three bats displayed sable. (10) 

BAWCOMB, OF BAWCOMB: Argent, three bats displayed 
sable. (8) 

Beach amp : Vair, in chief a label of three points gules. (10) 

Beachamp : Gules, a fess or. (10) 

Beamont, OF Shirwell : Barry of six, vair and 
gules. (10) 

Beapell : Gules, a bend vair, between six escallops, 
argent. (10) 

Beapell, of Knowston: Gules, a bend vair cotised or. (10) 

Beapenny : Argent, a chevron between two crosses patty 
in chief, and a saltire in base sable. (10) 

Beare, of Bynley : Argent, a pelican in her piety sable, 
vulned proper. (io) 

Beare, of Huntsam : Argent, three bears' heads erased 
sable, muzzled or. (10) 

Beaudyn : ..., on a bend ... three roundels ... (10) 

BEAUDYN : ..., a chevron ... between three martlets. (10) 

BEAUPRE : Vert, a lion rampant or debruised by a bendlet 
gules. (10) 

Beavill: Ermine, a bull passant gules. (io) 

BELHOUS : Or, a saltire gules. This coat stands in Plim- 
stok Church. (io) 

Bellew, of Esse Rogus: Fretty. (io) 

BELSTON, OF BELSTON : Or, on a bend gules, three crosses 
patty argent. (io) 

Bensted, of Ermington : Gules, three bars gemelles 
or. (io) 

Bernevill : Argent, three roundels sable, each charged 
with a bend of the field. (io) 

Bevill : Argent, a bull passant gules. (io) 

BlCKLEY, OF BiCKLEY : Argent, a chevron engrailed 
between three ravens [?] sable. (u) 



The General Armory. 5 

BlDELSGATE, Rich. : Argent, a bendlet azure, over all a 
chevron engrailed gules. (n) 

BiDWELL : Per saltire, ermine and lozengy or and 
gules.* (ii) 

BiDWELL, OF Bidwell: ..., on a bend ... between six 
crosses crosslet fitchy ... three escallops ... (n) 

BlGBERY, OF Bigbery : Azure, an eagle displayed or. 
His heire maried Champernon, whose da. ma. S r Ro. Wil- 
loughby. (ii) 

Billet, of Ash : Argent, a chevron purpure between 
three battle-axes sable. (n) 

Billet, of Bosumshele : Argent, on a chief gules, three 
cinquefoils of the field. (u) 

Bisshop, OF Cheldash : Gules, three lozenges argent, 
each charged with an eagle displayed sable. (n) 

BiTLESGAT, Tho. : ... an annulet ... surmounted by a 
fess ... (ii) 

BLACKALLER : Paly of six or and sable, on a chief gules 
three besants. (12) 

Blakford : Gules, three bars or. (12) 

Blakford, John, of Dunsford, Knight, temp. Ed. II. : 
Or, four bars gules. (8) 

Blakford, Rob., of Rewe, [temp.'] H. III. : Gules, three 
bars or. (12) 

Blakston, of Withy : Gules, two bars and in chief three 
cocks argent. (12) 

Blanchmonster, Raph, Knight : Cicely, his da. and 
heire maried to Edmond Specot, and Nichola to Sir Edmond 
Halscopp, temp. Ed. II. : Argent, fretty [or a fret] gules. (12) 

Blerick : Sable, two bars argent, between three bats 
or. (12) 

Blewet, of Holcomb Rogus: Or, a chevron between 
three eagles displayed vert. (12) 

Bloyhow : Gules, a saltire engrailed argent. (12) 

Bodlegh, of Dunscomb : Argent, five martlets in saltire 
sable, on a chief azure, three coronets or. (11) 

BODRUGAN : Argent, three bendlets gules. (n) 

Bodulgat : Gules, two lions passant argent, ducally 
crowned or. (12) 

Bodulgat: Azure, two lions passant-guardant argent. (11) 

* The tricking of this shield is somewhat obscure. Eds. 



6 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Bole : Azure, a bull statant gules, armed or. (12) 

BOLEGH : Argent, on a chevron sable, between three 

roundels gules, three besants. (11) 

Bolter, of Bolterscomb : Ermine, on a chief gules, 

three bird-bolts argent. (11) 

BOLTSAM : Argent, three bird-bolts gules. (11) 

BOLWORTHY: Or, on a bend sable, three bulls' heads 

cabossed argent. (12) 

Bond : Argent, on a chevron sable, three besants. (1 1) 

BONIFANT : Gules, a chevron or, between three billhooks 

argent. (11) 

Bonvill, Lord : Sable, six mullets, three, two and one, 

argent. (11) 

Bonvill, of Ivebrige: Sable, six mullets, three, two 

and one, argent, over all a bendlet gules. (11) 

Borage : Or, a chevron gules between three lions rampant 
sable. (11) 

Borough : Argent, on a fess engrailed between six fleurs- 
de-lys gules, three besants. (1 1) 

BOROUGH, OF BRODCLIST : Azure, three fleurs-de-lys 
ermine, a bordure engrailed gules. (11) 

BOSUM, OF BOSUMSHELE : Azure, three bird-bolts* argent. 

(11) 

BOTERELS : Chequy or and gules, on a chevron azure, three 

horseshoes argent. (11) 

BOTERFORD, OF BOTERFORD : Argent, on a bend sable 
three butterflies volant of the first. (11) 

Botreaux, Lord : Argent, a griffin segreant gules, 
armed azure. (11) 

BOTTERELLS : Chequy, or and gules, a chevron azure. (11) 

Bovill : Quarterly, or and sable. (11) 

BOWDEN, OF BOWDEN : Quarterly, sable and or, in the first 
quarter a lion passant argent. (11) 

BOWDON : Quarterly, sable and or, in the first quarter a 
lion passant argent. (11) 

BOWDON : Argent, a chevron between three teazels slipped, 
vert. (11) 

BOWRING, OF BOWRINGESLEGH : Gules, a chevron between 
three lions rampant, or. (12) 

* Boson, Fr., a bird-bolt. Eds. 



The General Armory. 7 

Bowring, OF BOWRINGESLLGH : Gules, a chevron between 
three lions rampant, or. [This is a repetition. Eds.] (8) 

Bowrman, OF Hemyok : Ermine, on a bend cotised sable, 
three boars' heads couped, or. (12) 

Boys : Argent, a bend sable between three acorns vert, 
fructed or. (11) 

Boys, OF BURITON : Argent, a chevron gules between 
three cockatrices sable. Anne, his da. and heire, was maried 
to Jo. Speccot : quartered by that name, which coate standes 
in Buckfastle and Totnes Churches. (11) 

Boys, of Halberton : Argent, a chevron gules, between 
three trees eradicated, vert. (12) 

Boys, of Wood : Argent, a chevron sable between three 
acorns vert, fructed or. (n) 

Brabant : Argent, on a fess gules, three leopards' faces 
or. (13) 

Bracy : Gules, a fess argent, in chief two mullets 
or. (13) 

Bracy, of Wolcomb Bracy: Argent, on a chief ... two 
mullets ..., a label of three points ... (13) 

Bradbridge, Bisshop of Exon : Azure, a pheon, argent. 

(13) 
BRADNEY : Azure, three shovellers [?] argent. (13) 

Bragge, of Bragsmarsh : Sable, a fess argent between 
three dolphins naiant or. (13) 

Branscomb : Gules, a chevron vair between three martlets, 
or. (13) 

Brantingham, Bisshop of Exon : Sable, a fess em- 
battled counter- embattled between three Catherine-wheels, 
or. (13) 

BRATTON : Argent, a fess engrailed, between three mullets, 
sable. (13) 

Braus : Barry of six, vairy ermine and gules, and azure. 

(13) 

Bray : Argent, three barnacles or brays gules. (13) 

BREMLEGH : ..., a fess counter embattled ... (13) 

Brent : Gules, a wivern, wings endorsed, argent. This 
cote stands in Kentesbeare Church. (13) 

Brereton, of Exon: ... two bars ... in chief a crescent 
... charged with a mullet ... (13) 



8 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Bret, of PlLLOND : Or, a lion rampant, between six 
crosses crosslet fitchy gules. This coat standes in St. Thomas 
and Topsham Churches. (13) 

Brian, Lord : Or, three piles meeting in point azure. 
[In the tricking the ' o ' has been inadvertently placed upon the 
centre pile. Eds.] (13) 

Bridham, JOHN : ... three fusils conjoined in fess, a label 
of five points ... (11) 

BRIGGE: Argent, on a fess between two chevronels gules, 
three crosses crosslet or. (13) 

Brigham : Argent, a pile sable, a chevron counter-changed. 

(13) 

BRIGHTLEY, OF BRIGHTLEY : Gules, a chief indented, 

argent. (13) 

BRIGWER, OR Briwer, LORD: Gules, two bends wavy, or. (13) 

Briket : Sable, three garbs within a bordure engrailed, 
argent. (13) 

Brioniis : Chequy, or and azure, two bars argent. (13) 

Brit : Argent, two chevrons compony azure and or. (13) 

BRIT, OF STOTESCOMB: Argent, a fess between three 
escallops, sable. (13) 

BRITRICHESTON : Ermine, on a canton sable a horse's head 
couped argent, bridled ... (13) 

BRITRICHESTON, OF BRITRICHSTON : Argent, three boars' 
heads couped, gules armed or. And ... Thomas, his da. and 
heres, maried Carswell, Barnhous and Wivell. (13) 

Brooke, of Wicroft : Gules, on a chevron argent, a lion 
rampant sable. (13) 

BROUGHTON : Argent, two bars gules, on a canton of the 
last a cross of the first. (13) 

BROUGHTON : Sable, a chevron or, betwetn three stags' 
heads cabossed argent. (13) 

BROUGHTON, OF HEMYOK : Argent, two bars gules, on a 
canton of the last a cross of the first. (13) 

BROUGHTON, OF Lankey, Lord : Argent, a chevron 
between three mullets gules. (13) 

Brounscomb, Bisshop OF Exon : Or, on a chevron sable 
between two keys in chief and a sword in base all pale wise, 
argent, three quatrefoils of the field. (13) 

Browne, of Brownshilers : ..., a chevron ermine, 
cotised between three escallops, or. (13) 



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Bruer, of TlXGBRUER : Argent, three bars gemelles 
azure, a chevron engrailed gules. (13) 

Brugg, Jo.: Argent, three bugle-horns stringed and 
garnished sable. (13) 

BRUSHFORD : Sable, a cross patty fleuretty argent. (13) 

BUCKERELL: Sable, bezanty, two bucks trippant, argent. 

(12) 

Bucket : Chequy argent and azure, a bend vairy gules 
and sable. (12) 

BUCKET: Or, three piles meeting in point gules, a bordure 
azure. (12) 

BUCKLAND, OF BUCKLAND: Argent, a fess sable, fretty or 
between three lions rampant gules. (12) 

Buckton, OF BUCKTON : Sable, a chief vert, over all a 
buck's head cabossed argent. (12) 

Budokeside, of St. BuDOKES : Sable, three fusils con- 
joined in fess between as many stags' heads cabossed argent. 

(12) 

Bl LTHY, OF BULKWORTHY: ..., a bend vairy ... 

(12) 

BULLER, OF EXON : Argent, a cross sable, quarterly 
pierced of the field, between four eagles displayed, of the second, 

(12) 

BURDON, John, of Kingstington : Argent, three pil- 
grims' staves [bourdons] gules. His da. and heire maryed 
Thorpe of Clifford Thorpe. (12) 

Burell, of Woodland : Argent, on a bend sable three 
stags' heads, cabossed or. (12) 

BURGOYN : Azure, a talbot argent, in dexter chief a mullet 
or. (12) 

BURLEGH, OF CLANACOMB : Argent, a chief sable, three 
lances palewise counterchanged. (12) 

BURNEBY, OF BURNEBY : Azure, two bars embattled 
counter-embattled, ermine. (12) 

BURNELL, OF CoCKTREE: Argent, a chevron sable between 
three shovellers (?)* proper, collared ... (12) 

BURNFORD : Argent, a chevron between three moor-cocks 
sable. [The words, ' 3 hethrakes,' are written above the dexter 
corner of the shield.] (12) 

* These are clearly not choughs, but web-footed birds with large blunt 
bills. Eds. 



io Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

BURSH : Sable, a fess between three [birch-]leaves argent. 

(12) 

BURTON, OF BlGBIRY : Or, a cross azure quarterly pierced 
and charged with four fleurs-de-lys of the field * Robt Bourton, 
Justicius Domini Regis; he maried Willm. Bigbery['s] widowe. 

(12) 

Burton, of Halberton : Argent, five bars gules, a bend 
sable. (12) 

BURY, OF COLLATON : Ermine, on a bend engrailed azure, 
three fleurs-de-lys or. (12) 

Bussell, of Bradley : Argent, a chevron gules between 
three water-bougets, sable. (12) 

Butteler, Tho., of Ormond : Or, on a chief indented, 
azure, a cross-crosslet of the first. (12) 

Butteler, of Sedburgh : Azure, three covered cups, or. 

(12) 

BUTTOUR : Sable, on a chevron between three cranes 
argent, five gouttys gules. (8) 

Byry, of Bery in Keber: Gules, three bars or. (11) 

Cabell: Sable, a horse saliant argent, bridled or. (14) 

Cadiho, OF DUNSLAND: Argent, three piles meeting in 
point wavy, sable. [One of the piles has been inadvertently 
tricked argent.] (19) 

Cahurta : Sable, two bars argent ; in chief a demi-griffin 
issuant of the last. (14) 

Callard, of SOUTHCOT : Gyronny of six argent and 
sable, three negroes' heads couped proper, wreathed ... (14) 

CALLEY, OF Chymley : Quarterly, argent and sable, on a 
bend gules three mullets of the first. (14) 

Calley, of Chymwell* Quarterly, argent and sable, on 
a bend gules, three mullets of the first. (8) 

Calmady : Azure, a chevron between three pears or. (14) 

Camvill, Baron, of Barstable: Azure, three lions 
passant in pale argent. (14) 

Cantilup, George, Lord, of Totnes, Cornworthy, 
Dartmouth, Lodswell, Woodford, Edmore, and Brix- 
ton, Ed. I. : Azure, three leopards' faces jessant de lys or. (14) 

Careslake: Argent, three bulls' heads erased sable. (14) 

* A fleur-de-lys was formerly placed in each of the four quarters of this 
shield, but they have been erased in the original drawing. Eds. 



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Careslake : Argent, three trefoils slipped vert, on the fess 

point a mullet sable. (14) 

Carew : Or, three lions passant in pale sable. (14) 

Cariset : Gules, a bend argent between six besants. (14) 

Carleton, Wm., Steward of Sir Walter de Manny: 
..., five mullets, two, two and one ..., on a canton ... a griffin 
segreant. (8) 

CARMYNO, OF ASHWATER: ..., a bend ..., a label of three 
points ... (14) 

CARSWELL, OF Hach : Sable, a bend or, a label of five 
points argent. Walter Carswill, of Carswill, tempore Hen. VI. ; 
Robt. Carswill, Steward of Exon before any Mayor. (14) 

Carwitham, OF PANSTON : Argent, a fleur-de-lys within 
a bordure engrailed gules. (14) 

Cary : Argent, on a bend sable three hunting-horns 
stringed of the field, a bordure engrailed gules. (14) 

Cary : Argent, on a bend sable three heraldic roses of the 

field. (14) 

Cavill : Ermine, a calf passant gules. (14) 

Cervinton : Ermine, on a chevron azure three stags' 
heads cabossed or. (14) 

Chagford : Sable, semy, or an orle, of eight crosses 
crosslet fitchy, three lions rampant argent. (15) 

Challons, of Legh Challons: Gules, two bars between 
eight martlets, three, two and three, argent. (16) 

Chalvedon, Jo., of Chalvedon : Gules, a fess compony 
ermine and vert, between three escallops argent. (17) 

Chamberlayn : Sable, a chevron ermine between three 
mullets argent. (15) 

Chambernon, of Dertinton : Gules, a saltire vair between 
twelve billets or, in centre chief point a crescent. (16) 

Chambernon, of Ilfercomb : Gules, a saltire vair 
between twelve crosses crosslet or. (15) 

Chambernon, of Inswerk : Gules, a saltire vairy between 
twelve billets or, in the centre point a mullet. (16) 

Chambernon, of Modbiry : Gules, a saltire vair between 
twelve billets or, in the centre point a crescent. (15) 

Chambernon, of Northtawton : Gules, a saltire vair 

between twelve crosses paty or. (16) 

Chambernon, of Umberley : Gules, a saltire vair. (16) 



1 2 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

CHAMBERS: Azure, a chevron between three leopards' faces, 
argent. (15) 

Champeaux, Robertus de, of Molland Champeaux: 
..., a boar statant ... (16) 

Champernon : Gules, a saltire vair, between twelve 
besants. (16) 

Champernon : Gules, a bend vair between six billets or. (16) 

Champernon, of Beere Ferrers: Gules, a saltire vair, 
between twelve billets or. (16) 

CHAMPNEY : Argent, a lion rampant within a bordure 
engrailed gules. (15) 

Champney: Gules, two fusils conjoined in fess argent. (16) 

Chanceaux, OF Lifton : Argent, a chevron azure between 
three mullets sable. (16) 

Chanterell : Argent, three talbots sable. (16) 

Chanterell : Sable, a chevron between three talbots 
argent. (16) 

Chappell, of Exon : Or, an anchor in pale sable, stocked 
azure. (16) 

Chappell, of Exon: Or, a grappling-iron sable. (16) 

Charles, of Tavistok: Ermine, on a chief wavy gules 
an eagle displayed or. His da. was maried to Servington, and 
his da. and heire to Evelegh. (15) 

CHARTERAY : Argent, a chevron between three cinquefoils 
gules. (16) 

CHEDELWORTH : Or, a chevron between three martlets 
gules. (16) 

Chelsham, of Chelsham : Gules, a bull passant or, a 
label of three points argent. (16) 

Cheriton : Argent, a chevron between three rams' heads 
erased gules. (16) 

CHEYNEY, OF Pinho : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent, each charged with an escallop sable. (16) 

Chichester, of Ralegh : Chequy, or and gules, a chief 
vair. (16) 

CHIDDELEGH, of ASHERSTON : Ermine, three lions rampant 
gules. (16) 

Chiderley, of Chiderley: Argent, on a chevron between 
three cormorants' [?] heads erased sable, as many acorns stalked 
or. (16) 

Chiverston : Or, on a bend gules, three water bougets 
argent. (16) 



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Chiverston, of Ilton : Or, on a bend gules, three goats 
argent. (16) 

Churche, of Bathe ; Gules, a griffin segreant or, a bor- 
dure ermine. (8) 

Churchill : Sable, a lion rampant argent debruised with 
a bend gules. (15) 

Chuselden, of Holcomb : Or, on a chevron gules, three 
martlets argent. (15) 

ClRCESTER : Argent, on a canton sable, a covered cup 
or. (16) 

Cirencester : Argent, a chevron azure, a label of three 
points gules. (16) 

Clare : Or, three chevronels gules. (16) 

Clark: Sable, three roundels, argent. (16) 

Clavill : Or, three keys gules. (16) 

CLAVILL, of Lomen : Sable, three keys argent. (16) 

Clifford, of Godford : Chequy, or and azure, a bend 
gules. (17) 

Clifford, of Kingstington : Chequy, or and azure, on 
a bend gules, three lions rampant argent. (17) 

Clist, OF Gerardesclist : Argent, three piles meeting in 
point wavy, azure. (17) 

Clivedon : Argent, three escallops gules, a bordure en- 
grailed sable. (17) 

Clobery, of BRADSTON : Argent, a chevron between 
three bats displayed sable. (16) 

Clopton : Argent, a chevron between three eagles dis- 
played azure. (16) 

CLOTWORTHY, OF CLOTWORTHY: Azure, a chevron ermine 
between three chaplets or, flowered vert. (16) 

COBHAM, OF BLAKBURGH : Gules, on a chevron or, three 
eagles displayed sable. (15) 

COBLEGH, OF Brightley : Gyronny of eight, gules and 
sable : on a bend engrailed between two swans argent, three 
roundels azure. (15) 

COCKINTON : Argent, a chevron azure between three cocks 
gules. (14) 

Cocktree : Argent, a chevron gules between three cocks 
sable. (14) 

COCKWORTHY : Argent, a chevron between three cocks 
gules. (14) 



14 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Code, OF GlDLEGH : Argent, a chevron gules between 
three Cornish choughs proper. (15) 

COFFIN : Azure, semy of crosses crosslet or, three besants. 

(14) 

COFFYN, OF PORTLAGE : Argent, a chevron between three 

mullets sable. (14) 

Cogan, Lord of Bampton : Gules, three oak -leaves 

argent. (14) 

COKAYN : Bendy of six, ermine and gules. (14) 

COKERAM, OF COLUMPTON : Argent, on a bend sable 
between three fleurs-de-lys azure, as many leopards' faces or. 

(15) 

COKERAM, OF COLUMPTON : Argent, on a bend sable 
between three fleurs-de-lys azure, as many leopards' faces or. 
[This is a repetition. Eds.] (15) 

COLBROKE, OF KlLRlNGTON : Argent, a lion rampant 
gules debruised with a fess sable, charged with three crosses 
crosslet fitchy of the first. Alice, his da., was maried to Jo. 
Vere, Erie of Ox. (15) 

Cole, John, of Hille : Argent, a chevron between three 
scorpions sable. (15) 

Cole, of Slade : Argent, a bull passant sable, a bordure 
of the last bezanty. (15) 

COLLATON, OF COLLATON : Or, three stags' heads cabossed 
gules. (15) 

Colles, of St. Mary Down: Gules, on a chevron 
between three leopards' faces argent, two bars gemelles, sable. 

(15) 

COLLINGBORN : Argent, a saltire chequy or and azure 
between four columbines of the last. (15) 

Collins, of Offwell : Argent, three flames gules. 

(15) 

COLSHULL : Chequy, or and sable, on a chief argent five 

gouttys gules. (14) 

COLUMB, OF CANONLEGH : Azure, a chevron ermine 
between three pelicans vulning themselves or. (15) 

COLUMBERS : Gules, a bend or, a label of three points 

argent. (14) 

CuLYN : Vert, on a chevron or, three martlets sable. (8) 

COMPTON, OF COMPTON: Sable, a chevron ermine between 
three shovellers, argent. (15) 



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COOKE, OF Exon : Argent, a chevron between three 
ravens' heads erased sable, a bordure engrailed of the second. 

(15) 

COOKE, OF Thorn : Ermine, on a bend cotised sable three 
lions passant guardant or. (15) 

COPLESTON : Argent, a chevron engrailed gules between 
three leopards' faces azure. This cote is quartered with Huish 
in many Churches. (14) 

CORBET, Peter, one of the cosens and heires of Sir Roger 
de Valletort, 9 Ed. II. : Or, two ravens in pale sable. (15) 

Corbyn, OF CORBINSTON : Or, a chevron between three 
ravens sable. (15) 

Corbyn, OF MiLSTON: Azure, two bendlets argent between 
nine escallops, three, three and three, or. (15) 

Corinton, OF CORINTON : Argent, a saltire sable. (14) 

CORNU, OF THORN BIRY : Argent, a chevron between three 
hunting-horns, stringed sable. (15) 

Cornwall, of Nimton Regis: Ermine, a lion rampant 
gules, crowned or, a bordure engrailed sable bezanty. (15) 

Cottell : Or, on a bend gules three besants. (15) 

Cottell, Elias, of Sanford H[ous]e : Or, a bend gules. 
Maried the da. and co-heire of Jewell. (14) 

Cotterell, OF WASHBORN : Argent, a bend wavy sable. 

(15) 

Cottesford : Argent, two bars gules, a bordure engrailed 
sable. (15) 

COURTENAY : Or, three roundels gules ; a bend compony 
argent and azure. (14) 

COURTENAY, Erl OF Devon : Or, three roundels gules, 
a label of three points azure. (14) 

COURTENAY, OF GoDLOSTON : Or, three roundels gules, 
a bend azure. (14) 

COURTENAY, OF Haccombe : Or, three roundels gules, a 
iiibel of three points ermine, or ... each charged with as many 
ermine spots. (14) 

COURTENAY, OF Molland : Or, three roundels gules, a 
label of three points azure, each charged with as many roundels, 
argent. (14) 

COURTENAY, OF Powderham : Or, three roundels gules, a 
label of three points azure, each charged with as many mullets 
argent. (14) 



1 6 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Craulegh, OR Cranlegh : Chequy ..., a bend ... (17) 

Crawthorn : Argent, on a saltire gules five crosses fleury 
or. (17) 

Crawthorn : Argent, a chevron between three crows [?] 
sable. (17) 

Crawthorn : Argent, three crows [?] sable ; a label of 
three points, gules. (17) 

Crese, OF LAUNSTON : Argent, three oak [?] leaves vert. 

(17) 

CREUSE, of Denvale : Or, a chevron between three 

mullets gules. (17) 

CREUSE, OF Morchard: Azure, a bend per bend dancetty 
argent and gules between six escallops or. (17) 

CREUSE, OF NETHER Ex: Azure, two bendlets argent 
between nine escallops, three, three and three, or. (17) 

CREWLEGH : Argent, on a bend gules three double-headed 
eagles displayed or. (17) 

CRICHESTER : Sable, a fess between three estoiles of seven 
points wavy or. (17) 

Crispin : Gules, ten lozenges argent, four, three, two and 
one, conjoined fesswise. (17) 

Crispin, of Belmarsh : Gules, ten lozenges ermine, 
four, three, two and one, conjoined fesswise. (17) 

CRISTENSTOW, OF WlCROFT : Azure, a bend per bend 
indented or and ermine, cotised of the last. (17) 

Crocker, of Linham : Argent, a chevron engrailed gules 
between three ravens. (17) 

CROFT, OF Exon : Argent, two chevrons sable, a bordure 
gules. (17) 

CROFTON, OF Exon : Per pale indented azure and or, a 
lion passant guardant counterchanged, on a chief argent a fleur- 
de-lys between two heraldic roses gules. (17) 

CROOK : Azure, three fleurs-de-lys and in chief as many 

pothooks issuant, or. (17) 

Crooke : Azure, a bend between six fleurs-de-lys or. (17) 

CRUDGE: Argent, on a bend azure between two greyhounds 
[?] salient sable, three [small] birds or. (17) 

Culley, OF CULLEY : Azure, a fess between three stags 
trippant, or. (15) 

Culm : Or, three jays [?] azure. (15) 

CURTMAN : Argent, three close helmets in profile sable. 

(15) 



7 % he General Armory. 1 7 

CUSH : Argent, on a chevron sable, three crescents barry 
wavy argent and azure. (15) 

CUTT : Sable, three fleurs-de-lys in bend cotised or. (15) 

[? D ... of] Coleton : Argent, three crows [?] sable. (17) 

Dabernon, OF Dunsland : Azure, a chevron and in 
chief three escallops or. (17) 

Dabernon, of Wike: Azure, a chevron or. (17) 

Damarell, of Woodbiry : Per fess gules and azure, 
three crescents argent. (17) 

Damerell, of Fleete : Azure, a crescent argent, on a 
chief gules, two crescents of the second. (17) 

Danney, of Norton ; Argent, on a bend cotised azure 
three cinquefoils or. (17) 

DAUNEY, of Woodbere : Argent, on a bend cotised sable 
three cinquefoils or. (17) 

DAVIDER: ..., an eagle displayed ... (17) 

DAVILLES, OF Merland : Argent, a chevron embattled 
ermine between three fleurs-de-lys sable. (17) 

DAVY : Azure, a chevron between three cinquefoils or, on a 
chief of the last a lion passant gules. (17) 

DAWBENEY: Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess argent. (17) 

Deane, of Newton Petr[oc]k : Argent, a lion rampant 
purpure. (18) 

De la Mare, of Munkhamton : Gules, two lions pas- 
sant guardant argent, a bordure engrailed sable. (27) 

De la Mare, of Munkokhampton : Gules, two lions 
passant guardant argent, a bordure engrailed sable. (8) 

Denham, of [Cary Din ham], Lord : Gules, four fusils 
conjoined in fess, ermine. (18) 

Denham, of Wortiiam ; Gules, four fusils conjoined in 
fess and a bordure ermine. (18) 

Dennis, of Bradford : Ermine, a chevron between three 
Danish battle-axes gules. (18) 

Dennis, OF OrlegH: Azure, three Danish battle-axes 
or. In the tyme of Hen. III. he gave b. an arme A. holding a 
Batleax or. (18) 

DENNYS: Argent, three Danish battle-axes gules, a bor- 
dure engrailed sable. (18) 

DENNYS, OF Combraley: Gules, a bend engrailed azure 
[sic] between three leopards' faces jessant-de-lys or. (18) 

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1 8 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Dennys, of Gidecot: Argent, a chevron between three 
Danish battle-axes gules. (18) 

Dennys, of Holcomb: Ermine, three Danish battle-axes 
gules. (18) 

Densill, of Fillegh: Sable, a crescent, between the 
points an estoile of seven points radiated argent. (18) 

Dernford* : Sable, a ram's head cabossed argent attired 
or. (18) 

DETLING : Argent, a chevron between three covered cups 
[chalices ?] sable. (18) 

DlGBY : Azure, a fleur-de-lys argent. (18) 

Dillon, of Chimwell: Argent, a lion rampant gules 
between three estoiles wavy azure issuant from as many crescents 
of the second, over all a fess of the third. (18) 

DlMOCK, OF IVEBRIGE: Argent, on a chief sable three 
estoiles of six points wavy or. (18) 

DlRWYN, OF FULFORD: Gules, a pale engrailed surmounted 
by a fess engrailed ermines. (]8) 

DOCTON, OF Hertland : Argent, a crescent sable, on a 
chief gules two of the same or. (18) 

Dodderigg : Argent, three pales wavy azure between 
twelve crosses crosslet gules. (18) 

DoDDESCOMB, OF Legh DODESCOMB: Argent, three eagles 
with two heads, displayed gules. Emma, his eldest da., was 
maried to John Pollard. (18) 

Dodenhay, OF Dodescombeslegh : Sable, a bend ermine 
cotised or. (18) 

Donne, of Donne Park: Paly of six, argent and azure, 
on a fess gules, three mullets or. (18) 

Donne, of Tingbruer : Argent, three bars azure, on a 
chevron engrailed gules, three mullets or. (18) 

Downe, of Estdowne: Gules, a stag's head cabossed 
ermine, attired or. . (18) 

Dowrysh, of DOWRISH: Argent, a bend cotised and a 
bordure sable. (18) 

Drake, of Ash : Argent, a wivern wings endorsed gules. 

(18) 

Drake, of Bukland : Sable, a fess between the two pole- 
stars, argent. (18) 

* After this name has been inserted, in a quite recent hand, the word 
1 Rame.' As it forms no part of the original roll, and is not one of Risdon's. 
notes, it is omitted in the text. Eds. 



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Drew, of Hembiry : Ermine, a lion passant gules. (18) 

Drewell, of Exon : Sable, a chevron between three 
bunches of daisies [?] argent. (18) 

Duck, of Exon : Or, on a fess wavy sable three lozenges 
of the field. (18) 

Duke, of Oterton : Per fess, argent and azure, three 
chaplets counterchanged. (18) 

Dunn, of Batishorn : Argent, three mullets gules. (18) 

DUNSCOMB: ..., two bars ... and issuant in chief a demi- 
griffin ... (18) 

DUNSCOMB, OF DUNSCOMB : Per chevron, azure and gules, 
three stags trippant argent. (18) 

Duport, of Exon : Barry of six or and azure, a saltire 
within a bordure engrailed gules. (18) 

Durant, Rich.: ..., two lions passant ... (17) 

Durnford, Steph. : ..., a pillar ... enwrapped by an 
adder... (18) 

Dyer, of Exon : Sable, a chevron between three escal- 
lops argent. (18) 

Edgcomb, of Stonhous : ..., on a bend ... cotised ... 
three boars' heads couped ... (19) 

EDMONDES, OF PLIMOUTH : ..., a chevron, on a canton ... 
a boar's head couped ... (19) 

Ellicot, OF Exon : Lozengy, or and azure, a bordure 
gules. (19) 

Elliot : Argent, three bars wavy azure, a chevron between 
three towers triple towered sable. (19) 

Elliot : Argent, four bars wavy sable, a chevron gules. 

(19) 

ELLIS, OF Holdes\VORTHY : Or, an instrument in bend 
sinister, surmounted by another in bend, each expanded and 
pierced in chief, and crosslet in base, azure. (19) 

Englefeld : Barry of eight argent and gules, on a chief or 
a lion passant sable. (19) 

Engleis, OF Talleton : Azure, three garbs and a chief 
argent. (19) 

English, of Stocklegh : Sable, three lions rampant 
argent. (19) 

English, of Stocklegh English: Sable, three lions 
rampant argent. (19) 



20 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Englishvill, of Bradley : Gules, on a bend argent 
three pallets sable. (19) 

Erle, OF BlNDON : Gules, three escallops and a bordure 
engrailed argent. (19) 

ESSE, OF GRENESLINCH : Argent, an ash-tree eradicated 
vert, over all two chevrons sable. (19) 

Esse, Sir Raph, of Esse Raph, lived in the tyme of 
Hen. III. : Argent, two chevrons sable. (19) 

ESTCHURCH : Azure, a cross vairy argent and gules, in 
dexter chief a sun in splendour or. (19) 

ESTMOND, OF EXON, in R. II. tyme, of him is descended 
Estmond of Lodge by Charde : Sable, a chevron argent between 
three mullets of six points or. (19) 

ESTON, OF ESTON : Per chevron, or and gules, three sea- 
horses ducaliy crowned counterchanged. (19) 

EVELEGH : Per pale, or and sable, two chevronels between 
three griffins passant wings endorsed, counterchanged. (19) 

FALAPIT, OF Falapitt : Argent, a chevron between three 
greyhounds courant sable. (19) 

FALWELL, of Falwell in Ratree: Gules, on a bend 
wavy argent, three water-bougets sable. (19) 

FARINGDON, OF Faringdon : Sable, three unicorns stat- 
tant and a bordure engrailed argent. (21) 

Faringdon, of Faringdon : ..., three unicorns courant ... 

(19) 
Farway : Sable, a chevron between three escallops, argent. 

(19) 
FAWELL : Gules, on a bend argent, three water bougets 
sable. (19) 

Ferrers, of Beare : Or, on a bend sable three horse- 
shoes argent. His da. were maried to Champernon and Wibery. 

(19) 

Ferrers, of Churchton : Or, on a bend sable three 
horseshoes argent, in sinister chief a mullet gules. (19) 

FERRERS, OF FENYTON : Argent, on a bend sable three 
horseshoes or. (19) 

Ferrers, of Trowlegh : Argent, a bend gules, on a 
chief vert two cinquefoils of the field. (19) 

Fesard : Or on a bend sable three bears' heads erased and 
muzzled argent. (19) 

FiCHET : Gules, a lion rampant or debruised with a bend 
argent. (19) 



The General Armory. 21 

FlLLEGH, OF Fillegh : Gules, a fess vair, between six 
crosses patty or. (19) 

FTSSACRE : Argent, on a chevron azure, three fishes haurient, 
or. (19) 

FlSSACRE, OF COMBFISSACRE : Sable, six fishes haurient or, 
three, two and one. (19) 

FlTZ, OF FiTZFORD : Argent, gutty and a cross engrailed 
gules. (19) 

Fitz Bernard, of Holcomb : Vairy ... on a chief or 
two mullets gules. (20) 

Fitz Henry, of Exon : Argent, a cross engrailed sable. 
[Here follow two shields without names or tricking. Eds.] 

(20) 

Fitz Payn, of Cheriton : Argent, two wings in lure 

gules. (20) 

Fitz Payne : Gules, three lions' passant in pale argent, 
over all a bend azure. (20) 

Fitz Stephan, of Norton : Gules, an eagle displayed 
with two heads or. (20) 

Fitz Stephan, of Wolcomb : Gules, on a fess sable 
between in chief four ermine spots* and in base an eagle with 
two heads, displayed, or, three besants. (20) 

Fitz Warren, of Brighley [?] : ..., a bend vairy ... 
between six crosses crosslet ..., a bordure engrailed ... (20) 

Fitz Warren, of Brightley : Argent, a chief indented 
gules. (20) 

Fitz Warren, of Tavistok : Quarterlyt per fess in- 
dented, argent and gules. (20) 

Fitz Warren, of Toteley : Gules, bezanty, a canton 
argent. (20) 

Fleming. [No charges are given. Eds.] (21) 

Fleming, of Bratton : Vair, a chief chequy, or and 
gules. (21) 

Floyer : Sable, three arrows palewise argent, a bordure 
engrailed or. (21) 

Floyer, of Floyershayes : Sable, a chevron between 
three arrows palewise argent. (21) 

* This coat may be intended to represent per fess, ermine and gules, etc. 
Eds. 

f This coat has some appearance of being per pale, argent and gules, a 
chief indented counterchanged. The Fitz Warrens were of Tawstock, not 
Tavistock. Eds. 



22 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

FOLLIOT, OF TAMERTON FOLLIOT : Barry of twelve, 
argent and gules, a bend ... (20) 

FORDE, OF BAGTORR : Per fess, argent and sable, in chief 
a greyhound courant, in base an owl, and a bordure engrailed 
all counterchanged. (20) 

FORDE, OF FORDE : Sable, a pomegranate branch slipped 
and fructed or. (20) 

FORDE, OF FORDE IN TAVISTOK : Azure, six lions ram- 
pant, three, two and one, argent, crowned gules. (20) 

Forde, OF Fordmore : ..., a castle argent,* crowned or, 
on the port a cross formy ... (20) 

FORTESCU, OF FlLLEGH : Azure, a bend engrailed argent 
plain cotised or, a bordure engrailed of the second. (20) 

FoRTESCU, OF PRUTESTON : Azure, a bend engrailed 
argent plain cotised or, in the sinister chief a crescent of the 
second. (20) 

FORTESCU, OF WlMSTON : Azure, a bend engrailed argent 
plain cotised or. (20) 

FOUNTAYN, OF Est Bawcomb : Argent, three bars gemels 
gules, on a canton azure a lion passant guardant, or (20) 

FOUNTON, OF EXON : Argent, a cross between four fleurs- 
de-lys sable. (20) 

FOWELL, OF FOWELSCOMB : Argent, a chevron sable, on a 
chief gules three mullets of the field. (20) 

Fowk, OF Pill : Ermine, on a bend cotised gules, three 
escallops argent. (20) 

FRANCEIS, OF FRANCESCOORT : Argent, a chevron en- 
grailed between three mullets gules. (21) 

Franceis, of Ivedon : Argent, a chevron engrailed be- 
tween three mullets gules, a label of three points azure. (21) 

Frankchevney, of Clist Girard : Ermine, on a chief 
gules, three lions rampant argent. (21) 

Franklin, of Widworthy : Azure, a bend between two 
dophins haurient, embowed or. (21) 

Frensh, OF Sharpham : Sable, a bend between two 
dolphins haurient, embowed argent. (21) 

FRY, OF Membiry : Gules, three horses courant argent. 

(21) 

FRYE, OF Fryeshele : Vert, three horses statant argent. 

(21) 

* This coat as tricked is very peculiar, and is hardly adequately described 
in the blazon ; the \ crown,' if such it is, is in chief, and removed by a very 
perceptible space from the battlements of the castle. Eds. 



The General Armory. 23 

Fulford, OF FULFORD : Gules, a chevron argent. (20) 

Fulford, of Newton: ..., a lion rampant ..., ducally 

crowned ..., debruised with a bend ... (20) 

Fulkroy, of Bukland Baron : Chequy, argent and 

sable, a fess vairy argent and gules. (20) 

Furlong : Gules, three pallets argent. (20) 

Furneaux : Gules, a bend between nine crosses crosslet 

four and five, or. (20) 

Furneaux, of Fen Otery : Argent, a bend between six 
crosses crosslet gules. . (20) 

Furneaux, of Hughton: Sable, a chief or. (20) 

Fursdon, OF FURSDON : Argent, a chevron sable between 
three bundles of furze vert. (20) 

Fursland, OF Bikinton : Argent, a lion rampant azure 
between three crosses patty fitchy gules. (20) 

FYNAMOR : Ermine, two chevrons gules. (19) 

Fysaker : Gules, a chevron between three dolphins 
haurient embowed or. (19) 

Gay : Ermine, on a chief sable three escallops argent. (22) 

Gay, of Goldworthy : Or, on a fess sable between three 
escallops azure, five lozenges conjoined argent. (22) 

Gale, OF CREDITON : Azure, a fess argent fretty of the 
field. (22) 

Gambon, OF MORSTON: Argent, a fess between three 
human legs couped at the thigh sable. (22) 

Garland, of Whitfeld: Gules, two pales or; a chief 
per pale gold and azure, charged on the dexter side with a 
chaplet vert, and on the sinister with a demi-lion issuant of the 
second. ( 22 ) 

GATPATH, OF Gatpath : Sable, a chevron argent between 
three goats' heads erased or. (22) 

Geere, of Hevitree: Gules, two bars or, each charged 
with three mascles azure, on a canton of the second a leopard's 
face of the third. (22) 

GERMYN, OF EXON : Paly of six ermine and gules. (22) 

Gibbes, of Venton [#>., Fenton. Eds.] : his da. and 
heires were maried to Drew and Wotton : Argent, three battle- 
axes sable. ( 22 ) 

GlFFARD, OF Halsbiry : Sable, three fusils conjoined in 
fess ermine, a label of three points gules. (22) 

Giffard, of Hellond: Azure, three fleurs-de-lys argent, 
each charged with a roundel sable. ( 22 ) 



24 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

GlFFARD, OF Weare : Sable, three fusils conjoined in fess 
ermine. (22) 

GlLBARD, OF Bowkingslegh : Argent, on a chevron 
sable three roses of the field, a bordure engrailed of the second. 

(22) 

Gilbard, OF CUMPTON : Argent, on a chevron sable three 
roses of the field. (22) 

Giles, OF Bowdon : Per chevron argent and azure, a lion 
rampant counterchanged, collared or. (22) 

GlLLE . Lozengy, or and vert, a lion rampant guardant 

argent. (22) 

Gille : Lozengy, argent and vert, a lion rampant or. (22' 

GLANVILL, OF TAVISTOK : Azure, three saltires or. (22) 

Godwyn, of Clistwilliam : Argent, on a bend gules 
between two demi-lions sable three lozenges, vair. (22) 

GOGH : Sable, a chevron between three mermaids each 
holding a mirror in her right hand and a comb in her left, 
argent. (22) 

GORGES, OF Budokside : Lozengy or and azure, a chevron 
gules. (22) 

GORGES, OF WABLEY : His coat was in Hen. IV. tyme or 
three bares B., ech barre charged with two martletes : Argent, a 
gurges* [or whirlpool] azure. (22) 

GOVE, OF Woodbiry : Argent, a cross lozengy between 
four eagles displayed sable. (22) 

Graas, of Tinggraas : Ermine, a fess between three 
cinquefoils gules. (22) 

GRANE, OF MUNKHAMTON : Gules, on a bend cotised or, 
three mascles sable. (22) 

Gray, Marques Dorcet : Barry of six, argent and azure 
on a chief three roundels ..., and a label of as many points ermine. 

(22) 

Gray, of Exon : Or, on a bend azure three martlets of 

the field. (22) 

Grenham, OF ... : Argent a chevron sable, a label of three 

points gules. (22) 

Grenham, Sir Peter i Vert, a chief or. (22) 

Grenvill, of Bediford : Gules, three clarions or. (22) 

Grimston, of Grimston : Argent, a chevron between 

three boars' heads couped sable. (22) 

* The figure here represented consists of three concentric circles, an 
ancient way of drawing a gurges. Eds. 



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Haccomb, of Haccomb : Argent, three bendlets sable. 

(21) 
Hach, of Hach : Gules, a cross engrailed or. (21) 

HACH, of WOOLLEY : His da. and heire maried to Malet, 
selicitor to K. Hen. VIII. : Gules, two demi-lions* passant 
guardant or. (21) 

HAKE : ..., a chevron ... between three stags' heads 
cabossed ..., a bordure engrailed ... (23) 

Hake, of Columton : Sable, three hake fishes haurient 
argent. (23) 

Hakerige, of Hakeridg : Gules, a bend wavy argent, in 
sinister chief a hawk perched upon a bench, or. (21) 

Hakworthy, of Hakworthy: Sable, two bends wavy 

argent. (21) 

Halbene : Argent, on a chevron or [sic] two flanches 

sable. (23) 

Halberton : Azure, a talbot or, collared gules. (23) 

Halgewill, of Halgewill : Argent, on a chevron gules, 

three annulets or. (21) 

Hallap : Or, two bends sable. (23) 

Hall, of Hall : Azure, a chevron ermine between three 

chaplets or. (21) 

Halse, of EFFORD : Argent, a fess between three griffins' 

heads erased sable. (21) 

Hamley: Argent, three talbots azure. (21) 

HAMLYN : Gules, a lion rampant ermine crowned or. (21) 
Hampton, OF ROCKBERE : Gules, on a fess argent two 

mullets sable. (23) 

HANCOCK, of MONTRADFORD : Gules, a dexter hand 

couped and erect argent, on a chief of the last three cocks of 

the first. (21) 

Haningfild : Or, a chevron sable. (23) 

Hankford, of Annery : Sable, a chevron barry nebuly 

argent and gules. (21) 

Hanley: Azure, three goats lodged argent attired or. (23) 
Hanley : Sable, three buckles argent. (23) 

Hanop [OR Wanop ?] : Argent, a chevron azure, between 

three covered cups sable. (8) 

Hardeshull: Argent, a chevron sable between eight 

martlets, five and three, gules. (23) 

* These figures are placed almost entirely in the dexter half of the shield, 
leaving the sinister a blank. Eds. 



26 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Harford, of Plimouth :. Argent, five fusils conjoined in 
fess gules, a lion passant in chief sable. (23) 

HARLEWIN : Azure, semy of fleurs-de-lys argent. (21) 

Harlewin, of SlDMOUTH : Azure, in chief a bar gules* 
and in base three apples argent. (21) 

Harris, of Hayne : Sable, three crescents argent, and on 
the fess point another or, a bordure ... (21) 

Harris, of Radford s Sable, three crescents and a bor- 
dure argent. (21) 

Hart, of Modbury : Gules, a bend between three fleurs- 
de-lys argent. (21) 

Harvy, of Culm John : Gules, on a bend argent three 
trefoils slipped vert. (21) 

Harwell : Argent, on a fess wavy three hares' heads 
erased of the field. (23) 

Hastings : Or, a maunch gules. (23) 

Hathey : SabJe, three small birds argent, beaked and 
membered gules. (23) 

Hathey, of Hathey : Sable, a chevron ermine between 
three birds argent beaked and membered gules. (21) 

HAUTEVILL : Sable, semy of crosses crosslet a lion rampant 
argent. (23) 

Hawkins, of Plimouth : Sable, on a point wavy azure 
and argent, a Hon statant or. in chief three bezants. (21) 

Hawley, of Dartmouth : Argent, in pale an arrow 
sable, barbed and feathered or, three bugle-horns of the second, 
the one in base surmounting the arrow. (21) 

Haydon, OF Cadhey : Argent, three bars gemels azure, 
on a chief gules a fess indented or. (21) 

Hayne, of Hayne : Argent, a chevron gules between 
three martlets, sable. (21) 

Hays, of Bindon : Argent, an estoile of seven points 
radiated gules. (21) 

Hays, of Exon : Azure, on a pale or, three bulls' heads 
cabossed of the field. (23) 

Keale : Argent, four fusils in pale gules, the second 
charged with a leopard's face or. (23) 

Heale : Per saltire, gules and ermine. (23) 

Heale, OF Heale : Gules, five fusils in bend ermine. (23) 

* There is perhaps an error in thejricking of this coat : possibly the bar 
should be on a chief. Eds. 



The General Armory. 27 

Heales, ROG. : ... a saltire vairy, in centre chief a 
Catherine- wheel ... (23) 

HEATON : Argent, on a bend sable three bulls' heads 
cabossed of the field. This cote standes in Yompton Church. 

(23) 

HENGESCOT, of HENGSCOT: Ermine, on a chevron between 
three leopards' faces azure, three pallets argent. (23) 

HENGSCOT : Argent, on a chevron between three leopards' 
faces azure, three pallets of the first each charged with a roundle 
of the second. (23) 

HEREWARD : ..., two bends wavy ... (23) 

Herward, Rob. : Gules, a cross flory argent, in chief a 
label of three points azure.* (23) 

Herward, William, of Dodescot, Knight: Gules, a 
cross crosslet argent. His da. and heire was maried to Prod- 
home. (23) 

Hext, of Kingston : Or, a tower, triple-towered, between 
as many battle-axes, sable. (23) 

Hidon, OF Clisthidon : Gules, three besants, a label of 

three points argent. (24) 

HlDON, OF Hemiok : Gules, three besants. (24) 

HlLlON, OF ASSERISTON : Argent, on a bend sable three 
martlets or. (24) 

Hill, OF HiLSCOORT : Gules, a saltire vair, between four 
mullets, argent. (23) 

HiLL, of Modbiry : Argent, a chevron between three 
water-bougets, sable. (23) 

HlLLERSDON, OF MEMLAND : ..., on a chevron ... three 
bulls' heads cabossed ... (23) 

Hingeston, OF Wonewell : Gules, a dexter arm em- 
bowed holding in the hand a Danish battle-axe argent. (23) 

HlNTON, THO., OF DE LA PORT, in Modbery perishe in 
the tyme of Ed. II. Hinton's coat is in Toriton Church : 
Vert, a bend or. ( 2 3) 

HiNXTON : Azure, a chevron argent between three suns in 
splendour or. ( 2 3) 

HODY, OF Hody : Argent, a fess indented point in point 
vert and sable. ( 2 4) 

* This coat appears to have been tampered with, by a later hand, 
apparently to make it correspond with that of William Herward below. 
Eds. 



28 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Hody, OF NlTHEWAY: Argent, a fesse indented point in 
point vert and sable, between two cotises, that in chief of the 
last and that in base of the second. (24) 

Holbeme, OF Holbeme : Argent, a chevron enarched 
sable. (24) 

Holbroke, Tho., OF HOLBROKE: Or, a chevron sur- 
mounted with a buckle, sable. (24) 

HOLCOMB, OF HOLCOMB : Azure, two bars nebuly ermine. 

(24) 

HOLCOMB, OF HOLE : Azure, a chevron between three 

men's heads couped argent wreathed or. (24) 

HOLLAND : Azure, semy de lys, a lion rampant guardant, 
and a bordure engrailed argent. (24) 

Holland ; Azure, semy de lys, a lion rampant guardant 
argent, a bordure engrailed gules. (24) 

Holland, Duke of Exon : Gules, three lions passant 
guardant in pale or within a bordure azure semy de lys of the 
second. (24) 

Holland, of Weare : Azure, semy de lys, a lion rampant 
guardant argent. (24) 

Holway, OF Holway IN Northlew : Gules, a fess 
between three crescents argent. (24) 

Holway, Rog., 17 Ed. III.: ..., on a fess ..., three 
annulets ..., a bordure engrailed ... (24) 

Holway, of Wadeton : Sable, two swords in saltire, the 
sinister surmounted by the dexter argent, hilts and pommels in 
base*br. (24) 

Hone, of Otery St. Mary : Argent, two bars wavy 
between three honestones azure. (24) 

HONICHACH : Argent, a dragon's head erased between two 
mullets in bend sinister gules. (24) 

Hoochins, of St. Stephens : Argent, a cross flory 
quarterly gules and azure between four lions' heads erased sable. 

(24) 

Hooker, of Exon : Gules, on a fess engrailed argent 
between three cinquefoils or, two fleurs-de-lys azure. (24) 

Hore : Argent, a two-headed eagle displayed azure. (24) 

HORTON, OF Upcot : ..., three pears ..., a fillet.* (24) 

HOUNDESMORE : Argent, a chevron sable between three 

birds' legs erased gules. (24) 

* This is interesting as giving an example of this rare, and perhaps doubtful, 
ordinary. - Eds. 



The General Armory. 29 

Holjndesmore : Argent, three talbots' heads erased sable ; 
a bordure engrailed gules. (24) 

HOWCHURCH : Sable, on three crescents gules as many 
annulets argent. (24) 

HOWKER, alias VOWELL, OF EXON : Or, a fess vair, 
between two lions passant guardant sable. (24) 

HOXHAM, OF HOXHAM : Argent, a lion rampant sable. 

(24) 
Hoxham, Thomas: Paly of six ..., a chevron ... (24) 

HUCKMORE, OF BUKLANU : Per chevron, sable and or, in 
chief two pairs of reaping-hooks addorsed, blades conjoined of 
the second, in base a moorcock of the first combed, beaked, wattled 
and membered gules. (24) 

HUDDESFELD, OF Shilingford : Argent, a fess between 
three boars statant sable. (24) 

Huish, of Sand : ... on a bend ... three lucies ... (23) 

Hull: ..., a chevron ... between three talbots' heads 
erased ... (24) 

HUMFRAVIL, OF Donne : Gules, a rose between seven 
crosses crosslet or. (24) 

Humfravil, Gilbert, Kt. Argent, three roses gules, a 
chief azure. (24) 

Hunt, of Chidley : Azure, on a bend between two 
water-bougets or, three leopards' faces gules. (24) 

Hunt, Sir Theobald : Vert, a fleur-de-lys or. (25) 

Hunt, Theobald : ..., a fleur-de-lys ... (23) 

Hurst, of Oxton : Or, a sun in its splendour gules. (24) 

Hywis, OF Northiwis : Gules, fretty argent, a canton of 
the last. (23) 

Inglefild : Barry of eight ..., on a chief ..., a lion 
passant ... (25) 

Inkelton : Argent, a chevron engrailed between three 
tuns sable. (25) 

Inkelton, of Inkelton ; Gules, three tuns argent, 
hooped or. (25) 

Inkpenn : Gules, two bars gemels or, a chief engrailed 
ermine. (25) 

IPOCRAS, OF SiDBURY: Sable, three spice-heads [?]* between 
two cotises argent. This coat standes in Sidbery Church. (25) 

* We can find nothing resembling the peculiar charges here given. Eds. 



30 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Jay : Argent, a chevron azure between three jays purpure. 

(25) 

Jay : Gules, on a bend engrailed argent, three roses of the 

field. (25) 

Jay, Walter : Argent, two chevrons gules between three 
jays azure. (25) 

Jermyn : Gules, three pallets ermine. (25) 

JERMYN : Gules, three piles wavy, meeting in base, ermine. 

(25) 

JEW : Argent, a chevron between three Jews' heads, couped 

and wreathed sable. (25) 

Jew, of Cotlegh : Vert, a lion rampant guardant ermine, 
debruised with a fess gules. (25) 

Jewell, of Bowdon [in Berrynarber] : ..., on a 
chevron azure between three gillyflowers ..., stalked and leaved 
..., a maiden's head or, hooded [?] gules ; on a chief sable, a 
hawk's lure double stringed between two falcons [?] argent. (25) 

JUDE [or possibly INDE. Eds.]: Argent, on a chevron, 
between three fleurs-de-lys gules, as many mullets of the field. 

(25) 

Kadiho, of Dunsland : Argent, three piles wavy sable 
meeting in base. (25) 

Kaill, OF HOLCOMB : Quarterly embattled, argent and 
sable. (25) 

KAWOODLEGH : Gules, a pair of wings conjoined in lure 
argent, over all a fess azure charged with three besants. (25) 

KAWOODLEGH, OF KAWODLEGH : Gules, a pair of wings 
conjoined in lure argent, over all a fess azure. This coate 
standeth in Brodclist Church. (25) 

Kaymis : Gules, a cross ermine. (25) 

Kays, of Exon : Per chevron gules and sable three keys 
or. (25) 

KEINES, OF WlNCKLEY : Azure, a bend wavy plain cotised 
argent. (25) 

Kelly, of Kelly: Argent, a chevron between three 
billets gules. (25) 

Kelow t EY: Argent, two grosing-irons in saltire sable between 
four pears or, a bordure engrailed ... (25) 

Kemthorn \ Argent, three palm-trees [?] eradicated vert, 
fructed or. (25) 

Kendall : Argent, a bend vert. (25) 



The General Armory, 31 

Kendall : Argent, a chevron between three dolphins em- 
bowed sable. (25) 

Kingdon : Argent, a chevron sable between three Cornish 
choughs proper. (25) 

Kirkham, OF Blagdon : Argent, three lions rampant 
gules, a bordure engrailed sable. (25) 

KlRKHlLL : Or, an eagle displayed sable. (25) 

KlRTON : Argent, a fess, in chief a chevronel surmounting 
another reversed, gules. (25) 

KNOLLE, OF KNOLLE : Argent, a knight armed holding a 
lance erect, mounted on a horse, passant sable. (25) 

Knolles, of Little Hemston Argent, a falcon sable, 
belled or, seizing a moorcock [?] of the second, on a chief of the 
same, three bird-bolts erect of the field. (25) 

Knovill, of Battishorn: Argent, three mullets gules. 

(25) 

Lacy, Bisshop of Exon : Azure, three shovellers' heads 
erased argent. (26) 

Lamprey, of Horwood : Sable, a chevron between three 
lampreys embowed, haurient, argent. (26) 

Lamprey, of Lamprey : Sable, three lampreys naiant in 
pale argent, encircled about the necks by a chain or, a bordure 
engrailed of the second. (26) 

LANGDON : Argent, a chevron between three small birds 
sable. (26) 

Langford, of Axworthy : Paly of six sable and or, on 
a chief vert a lion passant of the second. This coat standes in 
St. Peters, A. 2 Reg. Ed. III. (26) 

Langford, of Langford : Paly of six, argent and gules, 
a chief azure. (26) 

Langham : Argent, a chevron embattled counter-embattled 
gules, between three trefoils slipped vert. (26) 

LANGLEY, OF Banley : Ermine, a bend vert. Susan, his 
heire, was maried to Dodescomb, of whom is Yeo, of Branston. 

(26) 

Lant, of Exon : Per pale, argent and gules, a cross 
engrailed counterchanged. (26) 

LAPSODE, of SlDBIRY : Gules, a chevron between three 
goats' heads erased argent attired or. (26) 

Larder, of Upton Pine: Argent, three piles sable, 
bezanty. (26) 

Lawrenc, of Otery [St. Mary]: Chequy, or and azure, 
on a bend gules three escallops argent. (26) 



32 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Legh : [The shield is blank. Eds.]. (26) 

Legh, of Legh : Or, a raven [?] rising sable. (26) 

Legh, of Legh by Tiverton \ Vert, a saltire between 

four eagles displayed or. (26) 

Legh, of Southlegh : Or, three fusils conjoined in fess 

azure. (26) 

Lever : Sable, three leaves argent. (26) 

Levermore : Argent, a fess sable, between three tufts of 

grass vert. (26) 

LEWES : Argent, three bears in pale sable muzzled or. (26) 

Ley, OF Ley : Argent, a chevron between three bears' 
heads bendways couped sable. (26) 

Leyton : Argent, a ram sable armed or. (26) 

LiMPENY : Per pale gules and sable a cat-a-mountain 
guardant or between three roses argent. (26) 

LlNSCOT, OF LlNSCOT : Azure, a stag's head cabossed 
argent, a bordure engrailed or. (26) 

LlPPlNCOT, OF LlPPlNCOT : Per fess embattled gules and 
sable, three cats passant guardant argent. (26) 

LOMEN, OF GlTSHAM : Sable, a sun in its splendour or. 

(26) 
LORING : Quarterly ..., a bend ... (26) 

Loriwell, OF Loriwell: ..., a lion rampant guardant .. . 

(26) 

LOVEIS, OF UGBERE: Or a chevron engrailed sable between 
three sea-pies proper. (26) 

Lovis, of Ugbeare : Or, a chevron engrailed gules, 
between three sea-pies proper. (26) 

LOWMAN : Argent, three escutcheons gules each charged 
with a bend wavy between as many cinquefoils of the first, a 
bordure sable bezanty. (26) 

1 OWMAN, OF NETHERTON : Argent, three escutcheons 
sable each charged with a dexter gauntlet or. (26) 

LUCCOMB, OF STOKLEY : Sable, a chevron between three 
lions' heads erased argent. (26) 

LUCY : ..., three lucies, haurient ... (26) 

Mallack, of AXMOUTH: Per chevron engrailed, argent 
and sable, three roundels each charged with a fleur-de-lys, all 
counterchanged. (27) 

MALLETT, Lord ; Paly of six ermine and gules, a lion 
passant guardant or. (27) 



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MALHERB : Argent, a nettle-bush eradicated vert. (27) 

Malherb, of Fenyton : Or, a chevron gules between 
three nettle-leaves vert. (27) 

Mallet, of Dean don : Azure, three escallops or. (27) 

Mallet, OF Wolley : Azure, three escallops or, in chief 
a crescent argent charged with another sable. (27) 

MALSTON, of Malston : Argent, a wolf sable, armed and 
langued gules. (27) 

Manfild : Sable, three sinister hands apaumy couped at 
the wrist argent. (27) 

MAPOWDER, OF SlMSON : Barry of ten gules and argent, 
on a chief of the second a greyhound courant sable. (27) 

MARCHANT, OF ESTOODELEY : Azure, seven mascles, three, 
three and one, argent. (27) 

MARNEY, Lord : Gules, a lion rampant guardant argent. 

(27) 

Marshall : ... a fess ... between three mill-rinds ... (27) 

Marshall, of Exon : ..., a mill-rind, pierced ..., a 
chief... (27) 

Marshall, of Tingras : Or, a mill-rind pierced sable, 
on a chief gules, three goats' heads erased of the first. (27) 

Martin, Lord, of Dertinton : Argent, two bars gules. 

(27) 

Marwood, of Marvvood : Gules, a chevron between 
three goats' heads erased ermine, attired or. (27) 

Matean ; Or, on a bend sable three mullets of the field. 

(27) 

Matefford, of Daldich : Argent, a chevron gules be- 
tween three quatrefoils slipped or. (27) 

Mathew, OF DODBROOK : Sable, a stork argent. (27) 

Mawry : Argent, a mill-rind gules. (27) 

Maynard, OF Sherford : Argent, a chevron azure be- 
tween three sinister hands apaumy couped at the wrist, gules. 

(27) 

MAYHEW : Gules, a chevron vair between three ducal coro- 
nets or. (27) 

Mayne : Gules, a fess argent between four sinister hands 
apaumy couped at the wrist or. (27) 

Medvill : Sable, a chevron or between three fish-hooks 
argent. {27) 

Medvill : ..., a chevron ... (27) 

Meriet : Barry of six, or and sable, a bend ermine. (27) 

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34 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Merl: Gules, a fess compony argent and azure, between 
three mullets of six points or. (27) 

Merton : Bendy of twelve, argent and azure. {zj) 

Merton, of Merton : Azure, three bendlets argent. (27) 

Metsted : Quarterly or and gules, four escallops counter- 
changed. (27) 

Mewy : Argent, a fess between three seamews sable. (27) 

Mewy : Sable, a chevron between three seamews argent. 

(27) 

Mewy, OF BURRINGTON : Ermine, a chevron between 
three sinister wings sable. (27) 

Mewy, OF Mewy : Gules, three seamews argent, beaks 
and legs or. (27) 

MlCHELL, OF TALLETON : Gules on a chevron between 
three swans argent, a crescent sable. (28) 

MlCHELSTON : Argent, an eagle with two heads displayed 
sable, a bordure of the last bezanty. (28) 

MlLLE, OF Myll : Ermine, a mill-rind pierced sable. 

(28) 

MiLLlTON, OF MEWY : Gules, a chevron or between three 
salmon haurient argent. (28) 

Mohun, of Otery Moun : Gules, a maunch ermine 
therein a hand argent holding a fleur-de-lys or. (28) 

Mohun, of Postltnch : ... a cross engrailed ... (28) 

Molford: Sable, a fess ermine between three swans 
argent. (28) 

Molford, of Cadley : ... a fess ... between three 
swans ... (28) 

MOLINES, OF Dunsmere : Ermine, a mill-rind pierced 
azure. (28) 

Molton : Argent, three bars gules. (28) 

Molton, OF Pinho : Chequy, or and sable. (28) 

Monceaux, Rob., Sergant at Armes : ..., three chap- 
lets ..., a bordure engrailed ... (28) 

Montacut, Jo., Lord, of Stokenham : Argent, three 
fusils conjoined in fess gules, a bordure sable. (28) 

Montacut, W., Earl of Sarum : Argent, three fusils 

conjoined in fess gules. (28) 

Monthermer : Or, an eagle displayed vert. (28) 

Moore, of Moore : Argent, a chevron between three 
moorcocks sable. (28) 



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Moore, of Morchays: ..., on a chevron ... three 
cinquefoils ... (28) 

MoORHAY : Argent, a chevron azure between three moor- 
cocks' heads erased sable. (28) 

Morcelles, OF Godrington : Gules, four fusils con- 
joined in fess ermine between six crosses crosslet or. (28) 

Morgan, of Morganshayne : Argent, en a bend sable 
a fleur-de-lys between two cinquefoils or, a chief ... (28) 

Morton : Or, three moorcocks sable. (28) 

MORTON : Argent, a saltire gules between four crosses 
crosslet sable.* (28) 

Moyle, of STEPHENSTON : Gules, a mule passant argent. 
This coat standes in S* Gyles Church by Toriton. (28) 

Mules, of Ernsburgh : Argent, two bars and in chief 
three roundles gules, on the fess point a crescent sable. (28) 

Mules, of Kinges Carswell : Argent, two bars and in 
chief three roundels gules. (28) 

MUNK, OF Pooderige : Gules, a chevron between three 
lions' heads erased argent. (28) 

Newcort, of Pidekwell : ..., a bend ... between two 
double-headed eagles displayed ... (28) 

NEWENHAM, OF NEWENHAM : Argent, three eagles dis- 
played gules. (28) 

Newton : Argent, on a bend cotised azure three garbs 
or. (28) 

NICOLS : Sable, a pheon argent. (28) 

NiTHEWAY : Sable, a bull's head cabossed argent horned 
or. (28) 

Noble, of Bisshopstenton : Or, two lions passant 
guardant between as many flanches azure, on a fess gules three 
besants. (29) 

Noble, OF EXON : Or, three roundels in fess gules between 
two lions passant azure. (29) 

Norbiry : Sable, three bulls' heads cabossed argent. (29) 

NORLEGH, OF NORLEGH : Or, a chevron between three 
roses gules. (29) 

NORRYS, OF Norrys IN NORTHEWISH : His Da. and 
heire was maried to Fortescue Captaine of Meux Castle : 
Quarterly gules and argent the first and fourth quarters fretty 
or, (29) 

* The tricking has been tampered with, but this appears to be the original 
coat. Eds. 

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36 Note- Book of Tristra??i Risdon. 

NORTHCOT, OF KlRTON : Argent, three crosses botonny 
in bend sable. (29) 

NORTHCOT, OF NORTHCOT : Or, three eagles displayed 
gules, on a chief sable three escallops of the field. (29) 

NORTHWOOD : Ermine, a cross engrailed gules. (29) 

NORTON : Argent, two pales sable each charged with three 
crosses crosslet fitchy or. (29) 

NORTON, OF BROKHILL : Argent, a chevron between three 
escallops sable. (29) 

Novant, Roger, of Cltst, xx. Ed. I. : His da. maried 
to Beachampe and Pointingdon : Argent, a lion rampant double 
queued gules. (29) 

OFFWELL, OF Offewell : Ermine, three bars azure. (29) 

Okebeare, of Okebeare : Argent, a fess between three 
bears statant sable. (29) 

OKESTON, OF EXON : Gyronny of eight, or and azure, a 
canton ermine. (29) 

OKESTON, OF MODBYRY : Argent, three bendlets gules. (29) 

Oldham, Bisshop of Exon : Sable, a chevron argent 
between three owls ..., on a chief or three roses gules. (29) 

OLDPORT, of Oldport : Argent, a square tower sable the 
port open in sinister. (29) 

Orchard, of Combmartin : Gules, a chevron argent 
between three pears or. (29) 

Orwey, OF Orwey :* Argent, on a fess dancetty sable 
three crosses crosslet fitchy or. (29) 

Oxenbere, OF OxENBERE : Or an ox statant sable 
horned argent. (29) 

PAGE : Sable, a fess between three ostrich feathers 
argent. (29) 

Page : Gules, a chevron between three cranes [?] argent, 
beaked and membered sable. (29) 

PALTON, OF Umberley : Argent, six roses three, two and 
one gules. (29) 

Pancefoot : Per fess azure and gules, in chief two fleurs- 
de-lys or, and in base another of the same argent. (50) 

Parker, of Frysthel [Fryth Hall, Essex. Eds.] : 
Sable, a buck's head cabossed between two flaunches 
argent. (29) 

Parrey : Argent, on a chevron sable three stags' heads 
cabossed or. (29) 

* TJae names over the arms of Orwey and OrTwall have been transposed. 



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Pasmore : Or, a fess between three escutcheons gules, on 
a bordure azure eleven bezants. (30) 

Payne, of Paynshays : Azure, three small birds 
argent. (29) 

Pederton: ..., a bend between three lions' heads erased 
..., ducally crowned ... (30) 

Peneles, of Luckton : Argent, on a chevron azure three 
fishes haurient or. (30) 

Periham : Argent, a chevron azure between three pears 
gules. (30) 

PERIHAN : Sable, a chevron between three pears or. (31) 

Perrot, of Pill : Ermine, on a bend cotised gules three 
escallops argent. (30) 

Perry, of Waters : Quarterly gules and or, on a bend 
argent three lions rampant sable. (30) 

Peryam, of Fulford : Gules, a chevron engrailed between 
three leopards' faces or. (30) 

PETRE, LORD: Gules, a bend or between two escallops 
argent. (30) 

PETRE, OF BOWAY : Gules, on a bend or between two 
escallops argent, a Cornish Chough proper between two cinque- 
foils azure. (30) 

PEVERELL, OF ERMINGTON : Or, an eagle displayed 
azure. (30) 

PEVERELL, of Sanford : Azure, three garbs ..., a 
chief ... (30) 

PEYTEVIN, OF CREDY: Ermine, four chevronels gules. (8) 

Pike, OF BoWRliNGSLEGH : Argent, three pike fork heads 
sable. (30) 

PiLLOND, OF PlLLOND : Sable, an eagle displayed 
argent. (30) 

Pine : Gules, a chevron ermine between three pineapples, 
or. (30) 

Pipard, OF Larkbere : Argent, three bars gemels azure. 

(30) 

PiPERELL : Argent, fretty sable, on a chief gules two goats, 
respecting each other of the field. (30) 

PiPERELL, OF Pineford : Argent, a chevron gules be- 
tween three pineapples vert. (3) 

PITT : Ermine, a stag's head cabossed, a cross between the 
antlers, patty fitchy gules. (3) 

Pole, Lord Cobiiam : Azure, two bars nebuly or. (30) 



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Pole, of Cumtonpole : Or, a stag's head cabossed gules. 

(30) 

Pole, of Shute : Azure, a lion rampant argent between 
seven fleurs-de-lys or. (30) 

Pole, Lord of Stokenham: Per pale or and sable, a 
saltire engrailed counterchanged. (30) 

POLGLAS, OF Ilfercomb : Gules, three bendlets engrailed 
or. (31) 

POLLARD : Argent, a chevron sable between three mullets, 
gules. (30) 

Pollard, of Horwood : Argent, a chevron sable between 
three escallops gules. (30) 

Poltimor : Azure, a griffin segreant or. (30) 

Poltimor, Sir Rich., of Poltimor, tempore Ed. I. : Or, 
a cross engrailed gules, a bendlet compony argent and azure. 

(30) 

POLTON, OF ExON : Ermine, on a fess sable three crosses 
crosslet or. (31) 

POLTON, OF Molland : Argent, on a fess between three 
mullets sable, as many besants. (31) 

Pomeray, OF Byry : Or, a lion rampant gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. (30) 

Pomeray, Henry, of Bokerell : Or, three lions ram- 
pant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. (31) 

PONTINDON, OF PENYCOT : Argent, a bend gules between 
six fleurs-de-lys vert. (30) 

POPHAM : Argent, on a chief gules two stags' heads cabossed 
or. (31) 

Port, William, of Oldport : Sable, a tower argent. (31) 

Potesford, Roger, of Potesford, in the villag of Thorn, 
knight, xix. Ed. I. : Argent, a plain cross patty and fitchy in 
base gules. (31) 

Power, of Powreshays : Per pale wavy, azure and or. 

(30) 

Powlet, OF Sandford : Sable, three swords in pile, 
points in base argent. (31) 

Poyerd : Azure, a bend argent between two cotises in- 
dented or. (30) 

Prall : Sable, a stag salient argent, debruised by a fess 
embattled counter-embattled or. (31) 

Prall : Sable, two lions combatant argent. (31) 

PRESCOT, OF Prestcot : Per chevron ... and ermine, a 
chevron sable, in chief two ... gules. (See plate.) , (31) 



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PRESTCOT : Sable, a chevron between three owls argent. 

(3i) 

Preston, of Upotery : Argent, two bars gules, on a 
canton of the last a cinquefoil of the first. (31) 

Prestwood, of : Sable, a lion rampant between two 

flaunches or. (31) 

PRIDEAUX, OF NuTWELL : Ermine, a chevron barry wavy 
sable and argent, a label of three points gules. (31) 

Prideaux, OF Theoburgh : Argent, a chevron ... in 
chief a label of three points gules.* (31) 

Prideaux, of Wimpston : Argent, a chevron sable, a 
label of three points gules. (31) 

Prodham, OF Legh : Azure, three lions' heads erased or. 

(3i) 

PROUS, OF ASSERISTON : ... three lions rampant ... (31) 

PROUS, OF Chagford : Sable, three lions rampant argent, 
a label of three points gules. (31) 

PROUS, OF EXON : Ermines, three lions rampant argent. 

(3D 

PROUS, OF GiDLEGH : Sable, three lions rampant argent. 

(3D 

PROUS, OF PROUS : Argent, a fess between three roundles 
sable. [This coat is repeated on the same page. EDS.] (31) 

PROUS, OF WlDWORTHY : Sable, three lions rampant 
argent, between nine crosses crosslet or. (31) 

PRUST : ..., a chevron between three mullets of six points ... 

(30 

PRUTESTON, OF PRUTESTON : his da. and heire was maried 
to Fortescue, of whom is Wimpston : Or, on a bend azure three 
crosses patty fitchy argent. (31) 

Pry, of Colbroke : Ermine, a chevron sable, a chief 
azure fretty or. (31) 

PUNCHARDON, OF HEANTON : Argent, a cross recercely 
gules. (3 

PURY, OF CillDLEY : Argent, on a fess between three 
martlets sable, as many mullets or. (31) 

PUTFORD, OF PUTFORD: ... a pall engrailed ... (31) 

PYM, OF SlDFORD : Argent, an annulet sable. (30) 

Pyne: ..., a fess ... between three mullets ... (30) 

Pyne : Argent, a bend gules between three mullets sable. 

(30) 
* This coat is obscure, the chevron having been tricked barry wavy, and 
afterwards deleted by vertical lines. Eds. 



40 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Pyne, of Bradford : Argent, a chevron sable between 
three pineapples, vert. (30) 

Radford, of Radford: Sable, three man-tigers coward 
argent. (32) 

Radway : Gules, three owls argent, crowned or. (32) 

Radwey : Gules, a chevron between three owls argent, 
crowned or. (32) 

RALEGH : Gules, five fusils conjoined in bend argent. (32) 

Ralegh, of Brounscomb : Gules, five fusils conjoined in 
bend argent, a label of five points azure. (32) 

Ralegh, Henry, of Stret Ralegh : Gules, a bend 
vair between six crosses crosslet or. (32) 

Ralegh, John, of Charneys : Argent, a cross moline 
between three crosses crosslet fitchy sable. (32) 

Ralegh, John, of Smalridg : Gules, five fusils conjoined 
in bend argent, a label of three points azure. (32) 

Ralegh, of Warkley: Gules, three fusils conjoined in 
fess argent. (32) 

Ralegh, William, of Ralegh : Chequy, or and gules, a 
chief vair. (32) 

Rame, OF Rame: Sable, a ram's head cabossed argent, 
attired or. (32) 

RASHLEY, OF RASHLEY : Argent, a cross, and in chief two 
Saxon C's [Tees] sable. (32) 

Raymond, of Simson : Argent, a chevron between three 
eagles displayed sable, a label of three points gules. (32) 

Reade, of BLAKBORN : Gules, a cross engrailed or, in the 
first quarter a chevron argent. (32) 

Reade, of Tiverton : Gules, five fusils conjoined in bend 
ermine, a bordure sable. (32) 

Redvers, Erl of Devon : Or, a lion rampant azure. 

(32) 

Reynell, of W[est] Oggewill: Argent, masoned ..., 
a chief indented sable. (32) 

Reyney, OF EGGESFORD : Gules, two wings conjoined in 
lure ermine. (32) 

Reyney, of Assholt: Gules, three bill-hooks [?]* argent, 
hafted, or. (32) 

RiDEN : Per pale, argent and gules, a griffin segreant wings 
endorsed, counterchanged. (32) 

* These are by some blazoned paring-knives, which the figures in question 
do not in the smallest degree resemble. Eds. 



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Rider, of Britrichston : Azure, three crescents or. (32) 
RlDGWAY, Sir T. : Sable, two wings conjoined argent. (32) 
Ridgway, alias PECOCK : Argent, on a chevron engrailed 
gules between three peacocks' heads erased azure, ducally 
gorged or, as many trefoils slipped of the last. (32) 

RlSDON : Sable, three bird-bolts palewise argent. (32) 

ROGUS, OF HOLCOMB : Azure, a chevron argent between 
three chess-rooks or. (32) 

Rohant, of Dodbroke : Argent, two chevronels gules, 
on a canton of the last a mullet or. (32) 

Rokland : Argent and eagle displayed sable beaked and 
membered or. (32) 

ROLLE, OF Stephenston: ..., on a fess dancetty ... be- 
tween three billets ... each charged with a lion rampant ... as 
many roundels ... (32) 

Rosin : Argent, a chevron sable between three mullets 
gules. (32) 

ROWE : Gules, a chevron azure between three paschal 
lambs argent. (32) 

ROWE, OF Staverton : Gules, three paschal lambs argent. 

(32) 

Rowse, of Little Modbiry: Or, an eagle displayed 
azure, beaked and membered gules. (32) 

Russell, Francis, Erl of Bedford: Argent, a lion 
rampant gules, on a chief sable three escallops ... (32) 

Russell, Mart [?] : Argent, on a chief gules three besants. 

(32) 
Sachvill : Azure, three cross-bows points downwards or 

in each an arrow argent. (33) 

Sachvill, of Clist : Sable, a chevron ermine between 

three sheaves of arrows argent, banded or. (33) 

Sackeby : Argent, a chevron gules between three dogs (?) 

courant sable. (33) 

St. Aubin, Mauger : Argent, on a cross gules five be- 
sants. (33) 

St. Aubvn : Ermine, on a bend ..., three roundels ... (33) 

St. Aubyn, Guy St. Aubyn : Ermine, on a cross gules 
five besants. (33) 

St. Aubyn, Mauger, of Culmjohn, Knight, temp, 
Ed. II. : Argent, on a cross gules, five besants. (8) 

St. Clere : Argent, a lion rampant gules collared of the 
field. (33) 

St. Clere : Azure, a sun in his splendour or. (33) 



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St. Clere, of Todwell: Per pale, or and azure, a sun 
in his splendour, counterchanged. (33) 

St. George, of Ditsham : Argent, a lion rampant gules, 
a chief azure. (33) 

St. Hill, of Bradnedg : Or, on a fess engrailed ... 
between three leopards' faces gules as many besants each 
charged with a fleur-de-lys azure. (33) 

St. John, of Lapford: Argent, a bordure engrailed 
sable over all a bend of the second, a chief gules charged with 
two mullets or. (33) 

St. LEGER, OF ANNERY: Azure, fretty argent, a chief 
or- (33) 

St. Low: Argent, a bend sable, a label of three points 
gules. (33) 

St. Maur, OF NORTHMOLTON: Argent, two chevronels 
gules, a label of three points azure. (33) 

SALLE, OF Munkhamton : Gules, two lions passant 
guardant argent, a bordure engrailed, sable. (33) 

Samford : Argent, a chevron between three martlets 
sable. (33) 

Samford : Barry wavy of six, argent and azure. (33) 

Santo N, Rich.: ... two bars ..., between three tuns two 
and one ... (33) 

SANTON, OF NORTHCHERITON : Or, on a chief azure three 
lions rampant of the first. (32) 

SANTON, OF SANTON : Argent, a chief azure. (33) 

Saverey : Gules, a fess vair between three unicorns' heads 
couped or. (33) 

SAYRES, OF EXON : Gules, a chevron or between three 
men's heads couped argent. (33) 

Schapwik, OF ROGHDON : Sable, a bend or, on a canton 
sinister argent a stag's head cabossed gules. (35) 

SCOBBAHULL, OF ScOBBEHULL : Argent, three fleurs-de- 
lys, gules, a label of three points azure. (34) 

SCOOS, OF EXON : Argent, a chevron issuant therefrom in 
base a chevronel reversed sable. (34) 

SEAMOR, OF Byry : Gules, two wings conjoined in lure 
or. (33) 

SEDBURGH, OF SEDBURGH : Or, a saltire engrailed vert, a 
label of three points gules. (33) 

Seward : Gules, on a fess or between two chevronels 
ermine three leopards' faces azure. (33) 



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SHILSTON, of Shilston : Ermine, a saltire azure between 
four crosses flory fitchy sable. (34) 

Slader : Gules, a chevron ermine between three horses' 
heads erased argent. (34) 

Slanning, OF Ley: Argent, two pallets engrailed gules, 
on a bend engrailed azure, three griffins' heads erased or. (34) 

Smart : Argent, a chevron between three leopards' faces 
sable. (34) 

Smyth, of Exon : Sable, a fess cotised between three 
martlets or. (34) 

Smyth, of Totnes : Barry wavy of six argent and azure, 
on a chief gules three barnacles or. (34) 

Snape, OF Snape : Argent, a lion rampant sable charged 
with four gouttys of the field. (8) 

Snape, of Snape : Argent, a lion rampant sable goutty 
of the field. (34) 

Snedall : Or, a cross engrailed azure between four 
roundels gules. (34) 

SOMASTER, OF PlNSFORD : Argent, between five fleurs- 
de-lys, a tower, issuant from the battlements thereof three long- 
crosses, sable. (33) 

Somerton : ..., a chevron ... between three leopards' 
faces ... (33) 

SOTFORD : Argent, three lions passant in pale sable, over 
all a bend gules. (33) 

Southcot, OF SOUTHCOT : Or, a fess indented azure. (33) 

Southcot, of Southcot : Argent, a chevron gules 
between three coots sable. (33) 

SOUTHORP: ..., a lion rampant ... (33) 

SoUTHOUS : Azure, on a bend cotised argent three martlets 
gules. (33) 

Spark : Azure, an eagle displayed argent. (34) 

Speccot, of Thornbiry: Or, on a bend gules three 
millrinds argent. (34) 

Speccot, Nicholas, of Speccot, temp. Hen. VI. : his 
son John Specot sealed with this seale : ...,on a pile seven gouttys 
three, two, one and one ..., in dexter fesse a mullet ... (35) 

Speke, of Bramford : Barry of ten argent and azure, an 
eagle with two heads, displayed, gules. (34) 

Spencer : Sable, two bars nebuly ermine. (34) 

Spencer, Lord : Quarterly, argent and gules, the second 

and third quarters fretty or, over all a bend sable. (34) 



44 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Spencer, of Spencerscomb : Argent, on a bend sable 
two pairs of keys addorsed or. (34) 

SPICER, OF EXON : Per bend sable and gules, three towers 
in bend or cotised ermine. (34) 

SPRENT, OF Collaton : Argent, three spiked maces gules. 
(See plate.) (34) 

SPURWAY : Argent, on a bend azure between six spur 
rowels sable three garbs or. (34) 

Spurway, of Spurway : Argent, on a bend azure a spur 
rowel between two garbs or. (34) 

Stafford, Bisshop of Exon : Or, a chevron gules, on a 
bordure azure eight mitres of the field. (34) 

Stafford, Erl of Wilts : Or, on a chevron gules a 
crescent argent. (34) 

Stane, Sir Warren de: Or, on a fess sable, three 
roundels argent. (35) 

Stanley : Argent, a bend and canton gules, on the last a 
mullet of the field. (35) 

Stanton, Lord of Awlescomb, temp. Ed. II. : Sable, 
a chevron between three lions' heads erased argent. (35) 

Stapledon : Argent, two bendlets wavy sable. (34) 

Staplehill, of STAPLEHILL : Argent, a chevron sable. (35) 
Staveley : Argent, on a chevron between three lozenges 

azure, as many stags' heads cabossed or. (34) 

Staverton, OF Staverton : Argent, a chevron sable 

between three maunches vert. (35) 

Stawell : Gules, a cross of lozenges argent. (34) 

STAWELL : Gules, a cross of lozenges argent, a bordure 

engrailed sable. (34) 

STEERE, OF : Or, a mullet sable. {$$) 

STEFENSTON, OF STEFENSTON : Sable, a chevron between 

three dexter hands clenched, couped at the wrist, in each a 

purse [?] argent. (34) 

STINT: Ermine, on a bend gules three leopards' faces or. (35) 
STOCKHEY : Sable, a chevron engrailed or, voided of the 

field, therein another ermine. (34) 

Stofford, of Stofford : Argent, two grosing irons in 

saltire sable between four pears or. (34) 

STOGGEHILL, [of] MARTYNDALL : Argent, on a bend 

sable three besants. (34) 

Stowford : Or, a chevron gules between three bulls' heads 

cabossed sable. (34) 



The General Armory. 45 

STRATTON : Argent, on a cross sable five besants. (35) 

Strech, of Ash : Argent, a bend engrailed sable, between 
three martlets gules. (34) 

Strech, Sir John : Argent, a lion rampant gules. (35) 

Strikland : Sable, three escallops argent. (35) 

Strode, of Newnham : Argent, a chevron between three 
coneys courant sable. (34) 

Strode, of Wike : Ermine, on a canton sable a crescent 
argent. (34) 

Stukley, of Asseton : Azure, three pears or. (34) 

Sully : Argent, three chevronels gules, on the first a 
martlet or. (33) 

SULLY : Argent, three chevronels gules, on the first an 
annulet or. (33) 

Sully: Ermine, three chevronels gules. (33) 

Sully, Sir Walter, lived Ed. I. : Sir Guy de Bryan 
maried his heire : Argent, three chevronels gules. (33) 

Talbot, Jo. : Argent, on a chevron between three talbots 
sable, a fleur-de-lys of the field. (35) 

Talbot, of Talbotswike : Argent, a chevron between 
three talbots sable. (35) 

Tancret : Gules, an inescutcheon argent within an orle of 
cinquefoils or, over all a bend sable. (35) 

Tancret : Per bend argent and gules, an orle of roses 
counterchanged. (35) 

Tapeley : Gules, on a fess between three escallops argent 
a lion passant azure. (35) 

Tapeley, of Tapeley : Gules, on a fess between three 
crosses crosslet fitchy argent, a lion passant azure. (35) 

Tatifer, of Ank : Azure, two bars argent between nine 
martlets three, three and three or. (35) 

Terront : Argent, a chevron between three eagles dis- 
played gules. (35) 

Thorber : Argent, on a fess engrailed azure three 
lozenges ... (36) 

Thorn, of Thorn : Argent, a fess gules between three lions 
rampant sable. This coate standes in Holsworthy Church. (35) 

Thorp, of Kingstenton : Azure, a fess dancetty ermine. 

(35) 

Throgmorton, Sir Arthur, sold the manor of Long- 
acre in Brodclist to Davy of Exon : Gules, on a chevron argent, 
three bars sable. (35) 



46 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

TlCHBORN, OF BREYNTON : Vair, a chief or. (35) 

TlDlSDEN : Vert, a fess engrailed between three mullets or. 

(35) 

TlLLE, OF TlLHOUS: Argent, a fess per fess dancetty or 
and gules, in chief three trefoils slipped sable. (35) 

TlNTEN, OF : Gules, a stag's head cabossed or. (35) 

TODENHAM, OF Churchstanton : Paly of six, or and 
gules, a chief argent. (35) 

TODWELL, OF TODWELL : Argent, a bordure engrailed 
gules, over all a fess between three mullets sable. (35) 

TODWELL, OF TODWELL : Argent, a fess engrailed be- 
tween three mullets sable, a border engrailed gules. (8) 

TOGHILL, [OF] MARKONFILD : Argent, on a bend sable 
three besants. (35) 

TORiNCxTON : Gules, two bars and in chief a lion passant 
or. (35) 

TORYTON, John: ..., a double-headed eagle displayed ... 

(36) 

Totenhill, OF Pothull : Sable, three covered cups 
argent. (35) 

TOTHILL, OF PEAMORE: Azure, on a bend or, cotised 
argent, a lion passant sable. (35) 

TRACY : Or, in the chief point a roundel sable, between 
two bendlets gules. (36) 

Tracy : Or, in chief a lion passant bendwise sable, 
between two bendlets gules. (36) 

Tracy, Lord of Barstable : Or, in the chief point an 
escallop sable, between two bendlets gules. (36) 

Tracy, of Ivedon : ..., three saltires ... (36) 

Tracy, of Wolcomb : Or, two bendlets gules, a label of 
three points azure. (36) 

Travers, of Pill: ..., three bears statant in pale ..., 
chained and muzzled or. (36) 

Treawyn, Walter, of Weregifford, A quinto Ric. II. : 
Argent, on a bend vert between six crosses crosslet fitchy 
gules, three crozier-heads or. This cote standes in Were Church. 

(35) 
TREGARTHIN : Argent, a chevron between three escallops 
sable. (36) 

TRELAWNY : Argent, a chevron sable between three oak- 
leaves vert. (36) 
TRELOSK : Azure, a cross moline argent. (8) 



The General A j^mory, 47 

TRELOSK : Per pale, argent and gules fretty or, a label of 
five points azure. (36) 

Tremain, OF COLLACOMB : Gules, three dexter arms con- 
joined at the shoulders and flexed in triangle or, with the fists 
clenched argent. This allusive coat was in latter days taken by 
Them from some of Their name whom They met with in the 
Wars in France. Now generally born. [This note is not in the 
writing of the author, but has been added probably about the 
beginning of the present century. EDS.] (35) 

Tremenet, Rich., of Hywistremenet : Sable, a chevron 
between three spur-rowels or. (36) 

Treminet, of Clistgerard: Argent, three piles wavy 
meeting in base azure. (36) 

Trenchard, OF COLLACOMB : Or, a chevron between 
three escallops azure. [A later hand has erased the name 
Trenchard and substituted that of Tremayne, with the following 
note : ' The most ancient Arms as appears by Seals remaining in 
the Family and This Their Original Coat is plac'd in the Dexter 
Point of Their Shield in Their Ancient Monuments in the 
Church of Lamerton with Their Later Allusive Coat, viz. 
3 Dexter Arms, etc., as also with Trenchard, and Damarell's 
quarter'd.' Eds.] (36) 

Trenchard, of Lyn : Or, a pelican in her piety sable. 

(36) 

TRESLAKE : Argent, two bars gules, on a chief of the last a 
lion passant of the first. (8) 

Trevilian, of KRUSCOMB : Gules, on a point barry wavy 
argent and azure, a horse salient, and in dexter chief a crescent 
of the second. (35) 

Trewent : Ermine, two curved figures [?] addorsed gules. 

(See plate.) (36) 

Trill, of Trill : Azure, three escallops argent. (36) 

Trivet, of Sand : Argent, a trevet sable. (36) 

Trobridg, of Trobridge : Argent, on a bridge of two 
arches gules through which water is flowing towards the base, a 
pennon flying towards the sinister on a staff surmounted by a 
fleur-de-lys ... (36) 

Ulcot, of Exon ; Gules, on a cross moline argent five 
martlets sable, on a chief or, a fleur-de-lys between two roses of 
the field. (41) 

Umfravill : Gules, three roses and a chief or. (36) 

UMFRAVILL : Gules, a rose within an orle of eight crosses 
crosslet or. (36) 



48 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Underdone : Gyrony of eight or and gules, on a chevron 
azure three roses argent. (36) 

Upcot, OF Upcot : Argent, on a chevron between three 
wild boars statant sable, as many roses of the field. (36) 

Upton, of Postlinch : ..., a cross moline. (36) 

USSLET : Argent, on a fess sable three crosses crosslet or, 
in chief three martlets, two and one, of the second. (36) 

VALLETORT : Vert, on a bend argent, three mullets gules. 

(36) 

VALLETORT, OF CLIST : Argent, a fess and in chief two 
mullets sable. (36) 

VALLETORT, OF HURBERTON : Argent, three bendlets 
gules, on a bordure sable eight besants. (36) 

VALLETORT, OF VALLETORT : Argent, two pallets gules, in 
chief three mullets sable. (36) 

Veale, of Vealhall : ..., on a bend ... three calves 
statant ... (36) 

Vere, OF COLBROOKE : Quarterly, gules and or, in the first 
quarter a mullet ermine. (36) 

Vere, Rob., de Stuttecomb : Sable, three boars' heads 
erased or. (40) 

VlCARY, OF DUNSKWELL : Sable, on a chief argent two 
cinquefoils gules. (36) 

VlELL, OF MALCOT: Argent, a fess raguly humetty gules, 
between three roundels sable. (36) 

Vivian : Argent, on a mount vert a lion rampant gules. 

(36) 

VOWELL, alias HOOKER, OF EXON : ..., a fess vairy ... 
between two lions passant guardant ... (36) 

Vuedall, Peter, of Hemiok, knight : Argent, a cross 
moline gules. (8) 

WADECOT : Argent, a fess dancetty between three martlets 
sable. (37) 

WADETON, OF WADETON, QUARTERED BY FlSSAKRE : 
Argent, on a chevron azure three roaches [?] haurient or. (40) 

Wadham, OF Edg : Gules, a chevron between three roses 

argent. (37) 

WAGET : Argent, on a cross azure five besants. (37) 

WALLEIS : ..., a bend ..., on a bordure ... nine roundels ... 

(37) 
Walleis, of Paddon : Gules, a fess ermine. (37) 

WALROND, OF Bradfeld: Argent, three bulls* heads 
cabossed sable, horned or. (37) 



The General Armory. 49 

Walter : Argent, goutty, two swords in saltire and over 
all a lion rampant gules. (37) 

Walter, of Sidbery : Sable, three leaves in bend or 
between two bendlets argent, on a bordure of the last eight 
roundels of the field. (37) 

Waltam, of Kenn : Sable, a chevron between three suns 
in splendour argent. (37) 

Waterman : Or, a stag's head cabossed gules. (37) 

Wampage : Azure, an eagle displayed within a double 
tressure flory-counter-flory argent. (37) 

Wampford, OF Wampford : his da. and heires maried to 
Keynes and Durant: Argent, a fess and in chief three mullets 
sable. (37) 

Warr, of Kitton : Gules, a lion rampant between five 
crosses crosslet fitchy argent. (37) 

Warwik : Vert, three lions rampant argent. (37) 

Warwike : ..., a fess fretty ... between three fleurs-de- 
lys ... (40) 

Watton : Argent, on a chevron between three tuns sable, 
two dogs [?] salient respecting one another, of the field. (37) 

Way, of Marsh ; Gules, a chevron or between three 
fishes naiant argent. (37) 

Way, of Way : ..,, on a chief ... three lions' heads erased 
..., over all a bend ... (37) 

Weele : Sable, a hawk argent belled or. (37) 

Weele, OF Wemme: Argent, a bull's head erased sable. 

(40) 

Weston : Argent, a fess sable, a bordure engrailed gules 
charged with eight besants. (37) 

WESTON : Argent, a fess sable, a bordure gules charged 
with nine besants. (37) 

Weston ; Argent, a fess sable, on a bordure gules eight 
mullets, or. (37) 

WESTON ; Argent, a fess sable within a bordure engrailed 
gules. (37) 

WESTON : Argent, on a chief azure three besants. (37) 

Weston : Argent, on a fess sable three trefoils slipped or, 
a bordure engrailed gules. (37) 

WHALESBURGH; Argent, three bendlets gules, a bordure 
sable charged with eight besants. (3^) 

Whiddon, OF Chagford; Argent, a chevron between 
three spearheads gules. (3*0 

4 



50 Note- Book of Tristram Ri scion, 

Whiker, OF EXON : Argent, on a fess sable between three 
lions' heads erased gules, as many lozenges of the field. (38) 

Whitacre, of Plimouth : Sable, a fess between three 
mascles argent. (39) 

White, of Holcombe Peramor : Argent, on a bend 
sable three whitings [?] of the field. (38) 

Whitfild, of Whitfild : Or, a bend azure, on a chief of 
the last two mullets of the field. (39) 

Whiting, of Wood : Argent, a bend nebuly plain cotised 
sable. (38) 

Whitley, of Efford : Azure, on a bend or three roundels 
gules. (39) 

WHITLOCK : Per fess or and sable, a bend wavy between 
two padlocks counterchanged. (38) 

Whitlock, of Bradmore : Per fesse or and sable, a bend 
wavy between two fetterlocks counterchanged (40) 

WlAT : Azure, a chief gules, over all a pair of barnacles 
argent. (38) 

WlBBERY, OF CHAGFORD : Gules, three lions rampant be- 
tween seven fleurs-de-lys, a bordure engrailed or. (38) 

WlBBERY, OF WlBBERY : Argent, a fess embattled counter 
embattled sable between three quarterfoils gules. (38) 

WlCHALS, OF Chidley : Per pale argent and sable, six 
crescents two, two and two counterchanged. (38) 

WlDWORTHY, OF WiDWORTHY : Azure, six eaglets dis- 
played three, two and one, or. (8) 

WlGER, OF Credy WlGER : ..., a saltire vairy..., in chief a 
label of five points ... (38) 

WlKE, OF BlNDON : Argent, a chevron ermines between 
three barnacle-geese proper.* (38) 

WlKE, OF COCKTREE : Ermine, three battle - axes sable. 

(38) 

WlKE, OF EXON: Barry of fourteen ..., a bend ... (38) 

Wilford, OF Oxton : Gules, a chevron ermine between 
three leopards' faces or. (38) 

Williams, of Stofford : Argent, a fesse between three 
curlews' heads erased gules, each charged with two bars of the 
field. (38) 

Willington, of Umberley : Gules, a saltire vair. (38) 

* These are the arms of Burnell, assumed by a younger son of Wike, of 
North Wike, in consequence of his father's marriage with the heiress of that 
family. Eds. 



The General Armory. 51 

WELLINGTON, Raph, KNIGHT, before he maried w th the 
heire of Champnon, Hen. III. : Barry pily of eight or and sable, 
a chief gules. (38) 

Willinton, Sir Rafe : Per pale ..., a fess ... (38) 

WlLLOUGHBY, Lord BROOK : Quarterly first and fourth 
..., a cross moline ..., second and third ..., a cross engrailed ... 

(38) 

WlNDESLADE, OF Windeslade : Argent, a chevron barry 
wavy azure and of the first, between three lapwings proper. (38) 

WISE, OF SlDENHAM : Sable, three chevronels ermine. 

(38) 

WlVELL, OF CREDITON : Argent, three mullets between 
two bars sable, a bordure engrailed gules. (38) 

Wolf, of Wolfsnymet : Or, three wolves passant in pale 
azure. (38) 

Wolfe : Argent, a chevron between three wolves passant 
azure. (38) 

Wollacomb, of Wollacomb : Argent, three bars gules. 

(38) 

WOLRINGTON, OF WOLRINGTON : Sable, three griffins' 
heads erased amongst eight mullets or. (38) 

WOLTON, B. OF ExON : Or, three lions rampant purpure. 

(38) 

WoLVINGTON : Azure, a chevron ermine between three 
lions rampant argent. (38) 

WOODBERE, OF WOODBEARE, IN PLUMTREE PARISHE, 

temp. Ed. III. : ..., a bend ... between two cinquefoils slipped 
bendwise ... (38) 

WOODE, OF BlNLEY, IN THE PARISHE OF BLACKAWTON : 

Gules, semy of [eight] crosses crosslet, three demi-woodmen 
couped holding on the dexter shoulder a club, all or. (38) 

WOODE, OF HARSTON : Argent, on a mount a tree vert. 

(38) 

WOODE, OF LUETRENCHARD : Sable, three leopards' faces 
between seven crosses crosslet, three, three and one, or. (38) 

Woode, OF NORTHTAWTON : Argent four bars sable, on 
a canton gules a demi-woodman couped holding a club or. (38) 

WOODE, OF Wood : Argent, a chevron sable, and in chief 
two leopards' faces gules. (38) 

WOORSTON : Sable, a fess wavy between three antelopes' 
heads erased argent. (38) 

Woorth, OF CUMPTON Pole : Argent, an eagle with two 
heads displayed sable, over all a fess gules. (38) 

42 



52 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

WOORTH, OF WoORTH : Argent, an eagle with two heads 
displayed sable. (38) 

WOOTON, OF Ingelborn : Argent, a saltire engrailed be- 
tween four mullets sable. (38) 

WOOTON, OF WlDWORTHY, maried the heire of Prous and 
geves ther armes on his tombe in that church : Ermine, a fess 
between three leopards' faces gules. (38) 

WORTHAM, OF Wortham : Gules, a chevron between three 
lions' gambs erased ermine. (40) 

Wray : Sable, a fess argent, between three battle-axes of 
the last hafted gules. (39) 

WRIOTHESLEY : Azure, a cross or between four falcons 
close argent. (39) 

Wrokshall OF Samford : Gules, two bars ermine. (39) 

Wynard, William : in the tyme of Hen. VI. was a man 
of cxxxiii. lib. lande : ..., on a bend ... three mullets ... (38) 

WYNDHAM : Azure, a chevron between three lions' heads 
erased or. (38) 

Yard : Argent, a chevron gules, between three water 
bougets sable. (41) 

YARD : Or, three measuring-yards palewise sable. (41) 

Yearth : [No charges are given on this shield]. (41) 

Yeo, OF Heanton : Argent, a chevron sable between 
three shovellers azure. (41) 

YERWORTH : Argent, three stags' heads couped sable 
collared of the field. (41) 

York : Azure, a chevron between three horses' heads 
erased, or. (41) 

YORK, OF CREDITON : Argent, a fess nebuly between three 
crescents within the horns of each a fleur-de-lys all sable. (41) 

YOUNG : Ermine, on a bend cotised sable, three griffins' 
heads erased or. (41) 

Zouch, OF Exon : Gules, a chevron or between three 
besants. (41) 

ZOUCH, OF NORTHMOLTON : Gules, ten besants four, three, 
two and one (41) 

ZOUCH, OF Soteley : Gules, ten besants four, three, two 
and one or, a canton argent. (41) 



THE FEUDAL BARONIES OF DEVON 
AND THEIR HOLDERS. 

(Pages 153170.) 



HONORES COMITATUS DEVONIjE, ET QUOT 

FEODA TENENT PER SE ET MILITES 

SUOS IN COMITATU DEVONLE. 

Okhamton Baronia. 

Arms: per pale, dexter, chequy ... a fess ... ; sinister, ... two bars ...* 

WILLELMUS CONQUESTOR dedit honorem de 
Okhampton cum pertinenciis Baldwino de Sapi 
qui genuit Ricardum filium suum et heredem, et 
filias Adelam et Emmam. 
Adela nupta fuit cuidam militi de comitatu Cancie, sed 
permansit sterilis. 

Emma autem nupta fuit Willelmo Avenell per quern habuit 
filium Radulphum. Obiit Willelmus Avenell, et dicta Emma 
cepit in virum Willelmum Averinches et habuit filium per dictum 
Willelmum Averinches nomine Robertum. 

Ricardus filius Baldwini Sapi douiinus de Okhamton 
dilexit Robertum Averinches et fecit ilium accipere homagium 
militum honoris de Okhamton, et fecit tenentes omnium maneri- 
orum suorum jurare ei fidelitatem sicut domino suo et heredi 
clicti Ricardi. 

Robertus de Averinches decessit ab Anglia cito post hoc, 
et cepit in uxorem filiam Godwini Dole in transmarinis partibus, 

* The arms of the family of Okehampton, of Devon, are given by Burke 
(Armory) as Chequy, or and azure, two bars, argent. They appear, how- 
ever, to be the arms assigned to Baldwin de Sap, the 1st Lord of Oke- 
hampton, by later heralds. We can find no authority for Risdon's impaled 
coat. 



54 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

et genuit ex ea Matildem filiam suam, que nupta fuit domino 
[Roberto] de Aincoort, ex quibus nata fuit Hawisia de Ain- 
coort. 

Ricardus dominus de Okhamton moriebatur, et Robertus 
de Averinches Adela soror Ricardi successit in hereditatem et 
fecit Ranulphum de Avenel filium seniorem sororis sue Emme 
heredem suum, et dominum de Okhamton. 

Reginaldus Comes Cornubie avunculus regis Henrici II. 
obtulit: dicto Ranulpho de Avenell filiam suam in uxorem, sed 
ille accepit sororem Ricardi Comitis Devonie et Willelmi de 
Vernona. 

Quam ob rem iratus Comes Reginaldus juravit, quod faceret 
eum amittere dominium de Okhamton cum omnibus pertinenciis : 
misitque propter Matildem filiam Roberti de Averinches in 
transmarinis partibus manentem acquisivitque assisam contra 
Ranulphum Avenell, scilicet si Robertus de Averinches fuit 
mancipatus de honore de Okhamton scilicet per homagium 
militum et fidelitatem tenencium de maneriis die quo transfretavit 
mare, et nunquam postea rediit. Et si Matildis predicte sit 
proximus heres predicti Roberti. 

Hoc modo Ranulphus Avenell perdidit dominium de Ok- 
hamton ad hunc usque diem. 

Henricus II. Rex Anglie per consilium Reginaldi predicti 
predictam Matildem cum honore de Okhamton dedit Roberto 
Fitz Roy dicti regis avunculo, et fratri Reginaldi, qui genuit ex 
ea Matildem quam post obitum Roberti dedit Rex Henricus II. 
Reginaldo de Courtenay, quern regina Alinor adduxerat secum 
in Angliam. 

Dedit etiam predictus Henricus rex Willelmo Courtenay filio 
predicti Reginaldi manerium de Sutton juxta Oxford.* Qui per 
consilium et preceptum patris sui accepit in uxorem Hawisiamf 
sororem Matildis uxoris patris sui, et genuit ex ea Robertum de 
Courtenay. 

Matilde vero uxore patris sui sterili manente devenit honor 
de OkehamtonJ cum pertinenciis Roberto de Courtenay filio 

* The manor of Sutton was given by Henry II. to Reginald de Courte- 
nay in 1161, and passed to Robert de Courtenay his younger (?) son, upon 
whose death it reverted to Robert de Courtenay, grandson and heir of the 
original grantee. (See A*, and Q., 8 S., vol. vii., p. 441.) 

f The name of Hawisia's husband was Reginald de Courtenay : he was 
the eldest (?) son of Reginald de Courtenay of Sutton, and brother of 
Robert de Courtenay, sen., above mentioned. No William de Courtenay 
comes into the direct line of the pedigree. (Ibid.) 

% The manor of Okehampton was held by Matilda, the wife of Reginald 
de Courtenay, sen., while the honour of Okehampton was in 1205 in the 
possession of Hawibia de Couitenay, the widow of Reginald de Courtenay, 
jun. We have dealt with the question of the early Courtenays at some 
length in Notes and Queries (8 S., vol. vii., pp. 441-443, and 503-505), 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 55 

Hawisie de Ayncoort, qui acccpit in uxorem Mariam filiam 
Willelmi de Vernon Comitis Devonie cum medietate manerii de 
Cruke. 

Robertus de Courtenay genuit ex Maria predicta Johannem 
de Courtenay qui habuit in uxorem Isabellam [filiam] Hugonis 
Comitis Oxonie et genuit ex ea Hugonem. 

Hugo de Courtenay habuit in uxorem Elianoram filiam 
Hugonis Le Dispenser, Comitis Wintonie, qui dedit ei in liberum 
maritagium maneria de Wootton et Dunstredon, et habuit 
exitum Hugonem cum aliis. 

Hugo Courtenay II. cepit in uxorem Agnetam filiam 
Johannis de Sancto Johanne de Basing, et habuit exitum 
Hugonem tercium cum aliis. 

Isto Hugoni secundo post mortem Isabelle de Fortibus 
comitisse Albemarlie et Devonie devenit hereditas et nomen 
Comitis Devonie ut proximiori heredi dicte Isabelle. 

Hugo Courtenay tercius comes Devonie, et Dominus Ok- 
hamton cepit in uxorem Margaretam de Bohun regis sanguinis 
natam, et sic in continua serie eorum remanebat dominium de 
Okhamton usque ad temporem regis Edwardi IV. qui dictum 
dominium cum comitatu dedit Humfrido Stafford cum quo parvi 
temporis permansit et honor iste et vita. Postea ad Edwardum 
Courteney rediit honor hie et comitatus Devonie et in filio suo 
Willelmo et Henrici filii sui per regem Henricum VIII. lese 
majestatis offensionem iterum cecidit hie honor. Sed Maria 
Regina iterum Edwardum Henrici illius filium restituit ad dictos 
honores tarn comitatus quam baronie de Okhamton, quo sine 
prole defuncto hereditarius de Okhampton divisus est inter 
Mohun, Arondel de Talvarn, Trelawny et Courteney de . . . et 
Vivian, qui genus traxerunt a quatuor sororibus Edwardi illius 
quern Henricus VII. in avitos illos honores restituisset. 

Baronia de Okehamton tenetur de domino rege per tria 
feoda militum in capite. Et predicta baronia remansit integra, 
et dominus ejusdem facere solet servicium predictum. 



where we gave the following pedigree, correcting Dugdale and subsequent 
writers : 

Matilda de Donjon = Reginald I. = Matilda, dau. of Robert 
I Fitz Roy, s.fi. 

Reginald II. = Hawisia de Aincourt. Robert I. = Alicia de Romeli, s.p. 

i 
Robert II. = Mary de Redvers. 

A/ 

The only point in this table unproved from original records is the first 
marriage of Reginald de Courtenay I. 



56 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Omnes barones de Okhamton fuerunt vicecomites Devonie 
usque ad temporem domini Johannis de Courtenay, a quo Rex 
Henricus III. distrahebat vicecomitatum et ab anno in annum 
eligebat vicecomites, ut hodie. 

Et sciendum est, quod milites, qui tenent de predicto 
honore habent 92 feoda, pro quibus faciunt domino servicia 
sua. 

[Baronia de] Plimton. 

Arms : Or, a lion rampant azure. 

Henricus Rex filius Regis Willelmi dedit Ricardo Ridver* 
Plimton baroniam fecitque eum comitem et cum eo dedit tercium 
denarium Comitatus, scilicet 18 libras ; et postea dedit ei etiam 
insulam Vecte. 

Ricardus iste genuit Baldwinum Comitem et Baldwinus 
genuit Ricardum, Henricum et Willelmum de Vernona. Ricardus 
Comes genuit Baldwinum secundum et Ricardum qui ambo 
moriebantur sine prole. 

Willelmus de Vernona dictus, successit in hereditatem et 
genuit Baldwinum III., qui exf filia et herede Warini Fitz Gerald 
genuit Baldwinum IV. et obiit ante patrem suum. 

Baldwinus IV. duxit in uxoremj filiam Gilberti de Clare 
Comitis Glocestrie de qua genuit filium nomine Baldwinum, qui 
obiit Anno grade 1262. 

Iste Baldwinus V. habuit filium nomine Johannem qui obiit 
infans et sic devenit hereditas Isabelle sorori Baldwini V., filie 
Baldwini IV., que nupta fuit Comiti Albemarlie sed decessit sine 
prole. Et sic tota hereditas tarn comitatus, quam honoris de 
Plymton devenit ad Hugonem de Courtenay secundum, filium 
Hugonis primi, filii Johannis, filii Marie, sororis Baldwini III., 
patris Baldwini IV., patris dicte Isabelle. . 

Et sciendum est quod milites qui tenent de honore de 
Plimton tenent per 89 feoda pro quibus servicia solent facere. 

Comites Devonie, qui et barones de Plympton fuerunt con- 
tinua seria comitatum tennere in nomine de Ripariis a Ricardo 
usque ad Baldwinum V. ut supra memoratum est. Et post mor- 
tem Isabelle de Fortibus comitisse Albemarlie et Devonie sororis 
ultimi Baldwini devenit hereditas tarn comitatus quam Baronie 
ad familiam Courtenayorum baronum de Okhamton in qua per- 
manebat (parva secacione excepta) usque ad Edwardum ilium 
ultimum qui Patavie obiit tempore Marie Regine. Et sic 
numerus annorum a primo illius familie ingressu ad comitatus 
honores ad degressum in Edwardo illo ultimo sunt [eclx] anni. 

Thomas Courteney ex prima familia Courteneiorum comitum 
Devonie obiit Anno 36 Henrici VI. et tres reliquit filios Thomam, 

* Redvers. f Margareta. % Amicia. 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 5 7 

Henricum, et Johannem. Thomas capite plexus est Eboraci, 
Henricus frater septimo post anno Sarisburie eandem fortunam 
subivit, et Johannes Courtenay eorum minimum apud Tewkes- 
bery occisus cecidit. 

Edwardus IV. Rex Humfridum Stafford de Southwick 
comitem nominavit, qui paulo post et honorem et vitam apud 
[Bridgwater] amisit. 

Henricus VII. Rex Edwardum Courtney secundo stemmate 
ortum a juniori filio Edvvardi primi comitis ejusdem nominis ad 
hunc honorem erexerit ut proximiorem heredem masculum illius 
nominis, qui habuit exitum Willelmum qui per Caterinam quartam 
Edwardi IV. filiam habuit Henricum comitem et Marchionem 
Exonie qui sub Henrico VIII. penam capitis subluens. Ed- 
wardus ejus filius in integrum restitutus per Mariam Reginam 
ultimus fuit ejus nominis qui hunc honorem possidebat. 

Jacobus Rex Carolum Dominum Mountjoy Comitem 
Devonie creavit, qui non [tres] annos possidebat, sed mortuus et 
moriebatur hie honor. 

Baronia Episcopi Exonie. 

Prima sedes hujus baronia locata fuit apud Tawton prope 
Barnstaple, et nunc vocatur Tawton Episcopi, a quo loco translata 
fuit ad Crediton tempore Edulphi fratris Alphii ducis Devonie. 

Iste Edulphus tercius fuit episcopus in agro Devoniensi. 

Sedes episcopalis apud Crediton commorabatur usque ad 
temporem Leofrici xiii episcopi, qui primus locum posuit habita- 
cionis episcoporum apud Exoniam, ubi continuam baronie sedem 
statuere usque ad presentem temporem hujus nunc episcopi 
Willelmi Cotton qui est in numero L a Werstano qui primus 
nominatur et caput baronie est apud Sanctum Stephanum infra 
civitatem Exonie. 

Triginta...feoda militum tenebantur de Episcopo Exoniensis 
et servicia ei facere solebant. Et sciendum est quod dominus de 
Okehamton tenet tria alia feoda de Episcopo Exoniensis videlicet 
in Slapton 1 feodum, in Yewe juxta Crediton 1 feodum et in 
Adesham 1 feodum sed facere solebat servicium nisi pro 
duobus feodis. Et erit Scenescailus Episcopi qui pro tempore 
fuerit in inthronizacione ejus, et habebit vasa de quibus idem 
episcopus in prandio de primo serculo deseruitur prout conti- 
netur in composicione inter Dominum Walterum de Stapledon 
Exoniensem Episcopum et Dominum Hugonem de Courtenay 
secundum. 

Episcopus Exoniensis tempore Henrico IV. et Henrico V. 
possidebat septem libras annui reditus ut patet per inqui- 
sicionem captam de valore predicti episcopatus. 

Episcopus Exoniensis in temporibus preteritis habuit xiij 



58 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

palacia, sive domos cum dominicis magni valoris annexis quos in 
manus suas retinuerunt Episcopatus Exoniensis possidebat . . . 
maneria quorum multa magni valoris videlicet Crediton reditus 
assise c... Tawton Episcopi c... Paynton c... Teignton Episcopi 
c libras Chudleigh, cum burgo . . . Ashperton, cum burgo . . .* 



Baronia Abbatis de Tavistok. 

Odulphus filius Odogari Comitis Devonie locum hujus 
Abbathie posuit prope flumenem de Tavy a quo nomenem suum 
i*ccepit et donavit cum tota terra adjacente, et cum pluribus 
aliis maneriis et terris ita ut valuacio ejusdem estimabatur ad 
mille libras annui valoris cum supprimebatur. 

* The following list of persons holding knights' fees under the Bishop 
of Exeter in the reign of Henry III. indicates the extent of their temporal 
possessions in the counties of Devon and Cornwall : 

Reginald de Valletort, 59 fees in Tremeton. 

Andrew de Cardinan, 71 fees in Cardinan and Botardel. 

Robert Fitz Walter and Matilda de Lucy, 20 fees in Mineli and 

Lantian. 
William Bruer, 10 fees in Middelond. 
William de Boteraus, 1 2 fees in Thalcarn. 
Randolph Blowio, 7 lees in Polrode. 
Simon Pincerna, half a fee in Lanhou. 
Richard Burdun, half a fee in Penros. 
Henry Heris, 1 fee in Hebbeford. 
Bertram Fitz Thorold, 1 fee in Stranton. 
Hugh de Boley, 5 fees in Hilton. 
Gilbert Anglicus, 1 fee in Wadefat. 
Gervais de Tinthagel, 5 fees in Hornicote and the 20th part of a 

fee in Merthin, Wimaniton and Thamerton. 
Huward de Bykeley, half a fee in Teiris. 
Henry Fitz William, 4 fees in Retadoc. 
Reginald Wallensis and Henry de Tredaet, 3 fees in Tregamedon, 

Tredaet and Trelugon. 
William Fitz Richard, 1 fee in Plevint and half a fee in Trenewyd. 
Richard de Rupa, 3 fees and a third in Tremedered. 
Henry de la Pomerey, 1 fee in Treguin. 
John de Montagu's heirs, 1 fee in Elerki. 
Archibald le Fleming, 7 fees in Bray. 
William de Walebew, 1 fee in Hutheno. 
Walter de Donastanfile, 1 fee in Thihidi. 
Abbot of Tavistock, b\ fees in Rame and Sevioc. 
Ralph de Sureni, a fourth part of a fee in Fawyton. 
Ralph de Toney, half a fee in Carneton, Bluston and Helleston. 
Henry Thieys, half a fee in Alwarton and Thywarneyl. 
Walter de Godarvill, half a fee in Leskared and Tiwarneyl. 

From this list it appears that the Bishop of Exeter held 234 knights' fees, 
which, though entered under Devon in ' Testa de Nevill,' were probably 
all situate in the countv of Cornwall. 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 59 

Totam hanc baroniam sive Abbathiam dedit Rex Hen- 
ricus VIII. Johanni Russell Comiti Bedford cum omnibus 
maneriiset terris ad eandem pertinentibus, in cujus posteris dicta 
Abbathiacumpertinenciis suis ad hunc usque diem contynuata est. 

Johannes enim ille reliquit filio suo Francisco Comite Bed- 
ford et ille Edwardo Comite Bedford nepoti suo, videlicet filio 
Francisci filii predicti Comitis Francisci. 

Abbathia de Tavistok tenuit ex antiquo xvj feoda militum 
per milites suos et dimidium.* 

Honor de Glocester. 

Honor iste involuit se in multos comitatus per totum regnum 
Anglie, et est magne splendititatis et nobilitatis, et feoda militum 
ad eundem pertinencia sunt quam plurima. 

Infra hunc comitatum Devonie de feodo honoris de Glo- 
cester tenent prope centum milites. Et Wincklegh-f- est princi- 
palem manerium dicti honoris infra agrum Devoniensem. 

* Like the Bishops of Exeter, the Abbots of Tavistock held a certain 
number of knights' fees, which, however, appear to have all been situate in 
the county of Devon. The following is a list of their holders, taken from the 
* Testa de Neviir : 

Galfrid de Northecoth, in Northcoth and Wodham. 

Richard le Copener, in Romundeylegh. 

Alan de Holdesworth, in Havekdon. 

Richard Passemer, in Panneston and Kary. 

William de Cornu, in Thornbiry. 

William de Legh, in Branford. 

Mabel de Boleworth, in Boleworth. 

Guy [Wido] le Breth and William le Brok, in Langebere and 

Mannesford. 
Robert Hereward, in Fislegh. 
Abbot of Tavistock, in Hanebergh and Creube". 
Abbot of Torre, in Daccumbe and Welles. 
Richard de Hundetorre, in Hundetorre. 
Ralph Gurdeth, in Childeton. 
Alicia de Campell, in Legh. 

Amidas de Wyk, in Wyk, in Okbere and in Hanesworth. 
Bernard Fitz Roger, in Westlidethon. 
Roger Bovedon, in Foghaver, Poghelippe and Herdewill. 

f The Exon Domesday Book records that the manor of Wincheleia 
was held by Bristricus previous to the Conquest, and that Goscelmus held a 
lease of the park under William I., for which he paid 12s. 6d. annually. 
The overlords of the Honour of Gloucester were the Clares, Earls of Hert- 
ford, from whom it passed by inheritance to the Despencers. 

The manor of Winkleigh, however, was granted by William I. to the 
ancestor of Roger de Keynes, who in 131 5-16, at Exeter, claimed to hold it 
by descent. (Plac. de quo warranto, 9-10 Ed. II., Com. Devon, Rot. 36, 
p. 167.) But before that date the manor had been divided into two 
moieties, one held by the family of Keynes, and afterwards known as Wink- 
leigh Keynes, and the other by the Tracies, from whom it passed, as Wink- 



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Baronia Honoris de Totenais. 

Magister Camden in libro suo Britannie post Judealem de 
Totenais* scribit esse Willelmi Briwer baroniam hanc per 
cujus filiam alteram ad Breosos, et ab illis ibidem ad Georgium 
de Cantilupo, Dominum Abergavenny, cujus soror Melisenta 
Eudoni la Zouch elocata suis nupciis ad Barones Zoucheos 
transtulit hunc honorem. 

leigh Tracy, to the Champernownes, Martins and Columbers. It would 
appear that the latter manor passed from the hands of Columbers about the 
middle of the fourteenth century, as in 1359 it was granted by King 
Edward III. to Nigel de Loringe in tail male (Cal. Rot. Pat., 33 Ed. III., 
pt. 2, memb. 7). At this period Thomas de Keynes was holding the manor 
of Winkleigh Keynes (Inq. P.M., 35 Ed. III. Pt. 1, No. 107). 

* Juhell de Totnes appears in Domesday as holding the borough of 
Totnes (Exon Domesday, fol. 334). He was forfeited by William II, 
and Totnes was given by Henry I. to Roger de Nonant, sen. (Rot. Hundred, 
Com. Devon, 3 Edw. I., No. 39, p. 83), by whose descendants it was held 
unquestioned until the accession of King John, when Henry de Nonant held 
the honour. In 1200, however, William de Braose, who appears to have 
been great-grandson of Juhell de Totne?, made claim to the borough 
(Rot. de Obi. 1 Joh., memb. 9), but subsequently transferred his rights to his 
third son, Reginald de Braose. ('Testa de Neville,' vol. i., fol. 840, p. 195a.) 
He prosecuted his claim against Henry de Nonant, and ultimately a par- 
tition of the property was made, one moiety remaining with Nonant, and the 
other being allotted to Braose. (Rot. Litt. Claus., 8 Joh., memb. 2.) In 
1206, after the death of Henry de Nonant (whose widow Isabella married, 
secondly, Robert de Vere, Earl of Oxford * Testa de Nevill,' vol. i., 
fol. 840 and, thirdly, . . . de Bolebec Rot. Origin., 29 Hen. III., Rot. 6) 
and Roger de Valletort, this moitty passed by grant of the King to Peter 
de Rupibus, Bishop of Winchester (Rot. Litt. Claus., 8 Joh , memb. 5), who 
received at the same time the wardship of the heirs of Roger de Valletort 
(' Testa de Nevill,' vol. i., fol. 840), on whose behalf he undertook to pay the 
fine agreed upon between Roger de Valletort and the King, in respect to 
the Nonant moiety of Totnes; and ten years later, in 1217, Reginald de 
Valletort paid a fine often marks (Rot. de Fin., 17 Joh., memb. 1, in dorso), 
and in the same year obtained a writ directing the Sheriff of Devon to 
deliver to him all the fees of Totnes within his jurisdiction. (Rot. Litt. 
Claus., 1 Hen. III., memb. 18 de rev.) In 1227 he paid 100/. in settlement 
of the fine ol 600 marks which his father, Roger de Valletort, had fixed with 
King John for that portion of the lands of Henry de Nonant which by agree- 
ment with William de Braos remained to Nonant, and had by him been 
given to Roger de Valletort and his heirs. (Rot. Fin., 11 Hen. 111., 
memb. 10.) In 1244 Reginald de Valletort paid a fine of 600 marks on ob- 
taining seisin of the manors of Clifton Clanton and Brixham, which had 
been the dower of Isabella, the wife of Henry de Nonant (Rot. Origin., 
29 Hen. III., Rot. 6). and from the 'Testa de Nevill' (vol. i. fol. 816, 
p. 108) we find that this Reginald de Valletort, whose wife was Johanna 
Basset, one of the daughters and heirs of Thomas Basset (Rot. Litt. Claus., 
4 Hen. III., memb. 1, in dorso), held one moiety of the honour of Totnes. 
His Inquisition/^/ mortem (Inq. p. mi, 30 Hen. III., No. 11) shows him to 
have been dead in 1245, when his next brother, Radulph de Valletort, 
succeeded to the lands of Brixham, Harberton and others, which he held in 
capiie, Johanna, the widow, having one part of the manor of Brixham in 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 6 1 

Anno 12 Regis Johannis (ut ego inveni) honor de Totenais 
divisus erat inter Willelmum de Breosa et Henricum de 
Nonant. 

Ex parte Willelmi de Breosa tenebantur 28 feoda militurn, 
dimidium feodi, et sextam vicessimam. 

Ex parte Henrici Nonant tenebantur 27 feoda et octavem 
partem feodi. 

dower. (Inq. p. m., 30 Hen. III.. No. 10; 27 Edw. I., Nos. 30 and 32.) 
Radulph married Johanna . . ., and was dead before 1269, leaving an only 
son and heir, Reginald de Valletort, who, though under ag", married 
Hawisia, to whom two parts of the manor of Brixham were given in dower 
{Ibid.) Reginald died about 1269, without issue (Inq. p. m., 54 Hen. III., 
No. 9), when his moiety of the borough of Totnes pissed to his uncle, Roger 
de Valletorr, who did homage for his lands shortly after. (Rot. Fin., 
54 Hen. III., memb. 13 ) By him, who became insane, the estates of the 
family were dissipated, much of his property being given to Richard, Earl of 
Cornwall, and to Alexander de Okeston, who had married the widow of his 
brother Raduiph, and at his death he held only the manor, and with it the 
Barony of Harberto^, which escheated to the Crown (Rot. Hundr. Extr., 
Com. Cornub.. 4 Edw. I., memb. 31, in dorso ; and Rot. Hundr., Com. 
Devon., 3 Edw. I., No. 20). He died 1275, and in 1282 his two nearest heirs 
were Henry de la Pomeray and Peter Corbet, but they did not prosecute 
the : r claim. Some years later, however, on the death of Edmund, Earl of 
Cornwall, Peter Corbet and Henry de la Pomeray presented a petition for 
the recovery of the manor and castle of Trematon, and other lands in Devon 
and Cornwall which had belonged to Valletort (Abb. Placit., 33 Edw. I., 
East. Term, Rot. 5). The suit continued until the year 1315, when Corbet 
and Henry, son of the above de la Pomeray, were nonsuited in their plea 
for the restitution of the manor and castle of Trematon (Abb. Placit., 
9 Edw. I., East. Term, Rot. 123), shortly after which the whole of the honour 
of Totnes passed into the hands of the Canteloups, probably by purchase. 

Reginald de Braose, who, as already explained, obtained one moiety of 
the Barony of Totnes by agreement with Nonant, was forfeited by King 
John in 1208, and in the following year the castle and town of Totnes and 
the manors of Corn worthy and Loddiswell were granted to Henry ' filius 
Comes,' afterwards Earl of Cornwall (Rot. Litt. Pat., 10 Joh., memb. 1 ; 
and 'Testa de Nevill,' vol. i., fol. 840). In the year 1215, however, 
Giles, Bishop of Hereford, elder brother of Reginald de Braose, obtained 
from King John a grant of all the lands, tenements and castles which had 
been his father's, but he appears to have died between October 21 and 
November 18 of that year, without taking possession of the property (Rot. 
Litt. Pat., 17 Joh., membs. 13, 14). The King thereupon directed the Earl 
of Cornwall to deliver the Castle of Totnes to Reginald de Valletort, the 
writ being dated at Rochester, November 21, 121 5 (Rot. Litt. Pat., 17 Joh., 
memb. 12), but the effect of this grant does not appear. In the year 1217 
Reginald de Braose, already referred f\ returned to his allegiance, and 
shortly afterwards hrid livery of all his father's lands (Rot. Litt. Claus., 
1 Hen. III., memb. 15, de revers). In December of the same year he sued 
Henry, Earl of Cornwall, for Totnes and the honour of Totnes, and 
November 12, 1218, the King's writ was issued to the Sheriff of Devon, 
directing him to deliver seisin of those k lights' services of the honour of 
Totnes which were then in the King's hands (Rot. Litt. Claus., 3 Hen. III., 
memb. 13). This Reginald de Braose was dead before 1221, leaving by 
Graecia, his wife, daughter and co-heiress of William de Brewere, a son and 



62 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Rogerus Nonant 14 Henrici II. tenuit hunc honorem. 

Rex Henricus II. didit Reginaldo de Brease castrum et 
Villam de Totenais et postea Rex Johannes seisivit in manus 
suas et quod Alicia de Nonant nupsit sine licencia regis, et per 
mandatum dicti regis Henricus filius comitis tenuit castrum et 
honorem predictum. 

Sed tandem devenit honor hie a Milizente de Monte Alto 
sorore Georgij de Cantilupo ad Zoucheos jure hereditario in qua 
quidem permansit familia ad Johannem Zouch per cujus foris- 
facturam devenit in manus regis Henrici VII. qui dedit Petro 
Edgcomb, militi, et in hac familia residebat, donee Petrus 
Edgcomb armiger tempore Elizabethe Regine Castrum vendidit 
Edwardo Seamor militi domino de Byry Pomeray, et libertates 
burgensibus de Totnays qui hoc modo liberos se facere a cap- 
tivitate istius honoris, qui ante longe magnam habuit super eos 
aucthoritatem. 



Baronia de Barnstaple. 

Magister Camden in suo Britannie libro memorat Judaelem 
de Totenais dono accepisse Barnstable jure clientelari a Gulielmo 
primo rege inde quod Tracii satis longe tempore tenuerunt, post 
Martini, deinde Ricardo II. regnante ad Johannem Holland 
Huntingdonie comitem devenisse postea ad Ducem Exonie, 
et postremo in regium patrimonium. Et quod Maria Regina 
Manerium hoc Thome Marrow donavit cujus filius divendidit. 

heir, William de Braose, who married Eva, sister and co-heir of Walter 
Marshall, Earl of Pembroke (Inq. p. in., 3 Edw. I., No. 53 ; Calend. Gen., 
p. 227), and was dead in or before 14 Hen. III., 1229. His widow had the 
castle and lands of Totnes in dower, and upon her death they passed to her 
daughter Eva (Rot. Fin., 33 Hen. III., memb. 19; Abb. Placita, 37 
Hen. III., Rot. 12, M'mas Term, p. 132 ; and 38 Hen. III., Rot. 14, 
Hill. Term, p. 143), who married William de Canteloup, to which family one 
moiety of the honour of Totnes was thus conveyed. This William was son 
and heir of William de Canteloup, who died in 1250 (Inq. p. m., 1 Edw. I., 
No. 16, Calend. Gen., p. 197), apparently by Milicent, widow of Almaric, 
Count of Evreux. (Rot. Lit*. Claus., 1 Hen. III., memb. 22.) William de 
Canteloup the younger died in 1254 (Inq. p. m., 38 Hen. III., No. 46, Calend. 
Gen., 61), having done homage for his father's lands in 125 1 (Rot. Fin., 
35 Hen. III., memb. 8). He left a son, George Canteloup, who was born 
at 'Bergenny' in 1251, and died unmarried in 1272 (Inq. p. m., 1 Edw. I., 
No. 16, Calend. Gen., p. 197), seised of the manor and castle of Totnes 
(Abb. Rot. Origin., 1 Edw. I., Rot. 25). Of his two sisters, one, Johanna, 
was the wife of Henry de Hastings, and the mother of John de Hastings, 
who at the date of his uncle's death was fifteen years of age, and one of the 
co-heirs. The other sister, Milicent, became the wife of Eudo or Ivo de la 
Zouche, and was the other co-heir of George de Canteloup, taking to her 
husband the honour of Totnes, of which he had seisin on 1 March, 1273. 
After her husband's death she married . . . de Monte Alto. 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 63 

Ego (quod legi) de hoc scribam. Judaelem ilium (de quo 
supra) primum invenio qui castrum et honorem de Barnstable 
possidebat. 

Rex Johannes concessit Baroniam de Berstaple Henrico de 
Tracy,* Anno Regni sui tercio. Pat. Jo. 3 regni, m. 11. 

Memo., 1 Johannis Willelmus Breos petit versus Oliverum 
de Tracy ut teneat finem suum de medietate baronie de Ber- 
stable. B. 132. 

Willelmus de Brause tempore regis Henrici II. tenuit de 
honore de Barnstable feoda 28 militum, quorum Philippus 
Charteray tenuit de dicto Willelmo 14, Ranulfus de Poher 3, 
Willelmus filius Johannis tenuit feoda 3 militum, Walterus filius 
Radulphi 3, Erkenbaldus Flandrensis 1 feodum. 

Willelmus Breos dedit 13 feoda militum cum Loretta filia 
sua in maritagium Comit* Lecestrie. 

Postea Willelmus Tracy, hunc honorem possidebat, post- 

* Oliver de Tracy was in possession of a moiety of the Lordship of 
Barnstaple in 1164, the other moiety being held by William de Braose, 
whose title was derived from his descent from Judael de Totnes (Rot. 
Pip., 11 Hen. II., Rot. 9, memb. 1). His son, Oliver de Tracy, appears to 
have gained possession of the whole Barony, as in 1194 he was sued by 
William de Braose for his part of the Honour (Abb. Placit, 6, Ric. I., 
Devon, Michaelmas Term, Rot. 6), and an agreement was arrived at in 
1 199 {Ibid., 1 John, Easter and Trinity term, Rot. 5), which, however, does 
not appear to have been very strictly observed. Oliver de Tracey married 
Eva, and was dead in or before 12 10, his son, Henry de Tracy, succeeding 
him. After the forfeiture of William de Braose, he obtained a grant of 
Barnstaple and Tavistock, together with the whole honour of Barnstaple in 
demesne, with all their fees and appurtenances, as they were held by 
Oliver de Tracy and William de Braose. (Rot. Litt. Claus., 15 John, pt. 1, 
memb. 4.) Two years later, however, in 121 5, he is ordered to deliver the 
Castle of Barnstaple to Giles de Braose, Bishop of Hereford (Rot. Litt. 
Pat., 17 John, mernb. 14), and in 12 16, being in arms against the King, his 
lands were granted to William de Briwer, jun. (Rot. Litt. Claus., 18 John, 
memb. 4.) In the following year, however, he was Sheriff of Devon, and in 
1 2 18 his lands had been restored to him ; but Reginald de Braose made 
claim to the moiety which had belonged to his father (Rot. Litt. Claus., 
2 Hen. III., memb. 14, in dorso), which was resisted on the plea that Tracy 
held by the King's grant (Rot Litt. Claus., 2 Hen. III., memb. 14, in 
dorso). He was probably father of another Henry de Tracy, who was dead 
before 1273 (Inq. p. m., 2 Edw. I., No. 32). He had 'one daughter, named 
Eva. 1 (i&id.), who married Guy de Bryane, and died during the lifetime of 
her father, when her husband seems to have married Sybilla, apparently a 
daughter of Walter de Sully, by whom he had a son and heir, Guy de 
Bryane (Inq. p. m., 25 Edw. I., No. 32). By Eva de Tracy he had a 
daughter, Matilda de Bryane, who in 1272, being then aged thirty-one years, 
was the wife of Galfrid de Camville, and the ' nearest heir ' of Henry de 
Tracy, her grandfather (Inq. p. m., 2 Edw. I., No. 32). Of her marriage 
with Lord Martin we have found no mention, though it undoubtedly took 
place, as William Martin succeeded to the Barony of Barnstaple as heir of 
Henry de Tracy (Abb. Placit., 7-8 Edw. I., Mich's term, Maj. Record, 
Rot. 7). 



64 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

quam Petrus filius Herberti paululum temporis habuit per 
donum Regis Johannis. 

Regnante vero Henrico III. Henricus de Tracy dominium 
hoc tenuit cujus filia Matilda primo domino Martyn enupta, 
secundo hunc honorem Galfrido de Camvil marito attulit. Qui 
baro ad parliamentum vocatus est [23 Junii, 23] Edvvardi I. 

Post mortem predicte Matilde devenit honor hie Willelmo 
domino Martin filio suo Domino de Ceamoys, Dertinton et 
Barnstable cujus filius Willelmus sine liberis defunctus est, et 
devoluit hereditas Jacobo domino Audelegh de Hely cujus mater 
Joanna una fuerat sororum predicti Willelmi Martini filii, altera 
vero soror ejus Elinora nupta fuit Philippo de Columbers militi, 
que obiit sine prole. Hoc modo tota hereditas advenit Aude- 
leigho. Jacobus iste Joanne filius duas nupserit uxores primam 
ex familia Mortymer secundam ex familia Le Strang. Et per 
utrasque habuit exitus. Ex prima natus est Nicolaus dominus 
Audelegh, qui ultimus est masculis ex hac familia qui honorem 
de Barnstable tenuit. Ille enim obiit sine liberis, et quevis magna 
hereditas ad sorores suas devenit, tamen virtute cujusdam doni 
talliat heredibus masculis Jacobi domini Audelegh, et pro defectu 
talis exitus remanere domino regi hie honor ad coronam effluxit. 

Rex vero Ricardus II. fratri suo uterino Johanni Holland 
Hungtingdonie Comitis donavit, et tandem deficiente herede 
masculo in ilia Hollandorum familia iterum in regium patri- 
monium rediit. Maria vero regina dedit Thome Marrow cujus 
filius vendidit Johanni Chichester seniori militi. 

Castrum vero nunc (quamvis totaliter ruinosum) una cum 
feodis militum possidet Robertus Chichester miles jure heredi- 
tario sibi ab avo suo Johanne Chichester milite devolutum. 



Dertington Baronia. 

Arms : Argent, two bars gules. 

Baronia* hec in primis Normannorum temporibus in Anglia 
hereditarium fuerat Willelmi de Falesie deinde familie illius de 
Martyn qui genus deducunt a quodam Martino de Turon milite 
inclito qui Walliam intravit et sibi partem illam qui Ceamoys 
appellatur sibi subjugavit, et posteris reliquit qui illic baroniam 
tennere. 

Robertus filius istius Martini Dertinton tenuit, et illi suc- 
cessit Robertus secundus, qui habuit exitum Robertum terciuuvf 

* 'William de Falesia' is written in the top margin of the page, but 
has no bearing upon the text. Eds. 

t It appears probable that this account, though differing from the 
ordinary authorities, is correct, and that there were in fact three consecutive 
Roberts in the pedigree. Robert filius Martini witnessed a charter of the 
Empress Maud in 1142 (Royal Chart., Duchy of Lane, No. 17, Pipe Roll 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 65 

et Henricum a mansione de Cokinton dictum. Robertus III. 
habuit exitum Willelmum,* et Willelmus habuit Nicolaum, et 
Robertum (a quo Martini illi qui nunc sunt genus deducunt). 
Nicolaus genuit Willelmum dominum Martyn,t qui filium habuit 
Willelmum qui habuit Willelmum et filias Joannam et Elinoram 
quas obiit sterilis. Willelmus ultimus heres masculus hujus 
familie fuit. Et sic baronia hec ad Jacobum dominum Audelegh 
per cujus filium sine prole masculo obientem (sicut Barnstable) 
ad coronam devenit et simili modo est translata ad Hollandorum 
Exonie ducum familia, quibus deficientibus heredum ad regium 
patrimonium revertitur. 

Uxores familie Martinorum dominorum de Dertinton quas 
inveni hie quoque adjungam. 

WillelmusJ filius domini Nicolai Martin cepit in uxorem 

Soc, vol. x., p. 43, No. 26), and was dead in 1158, when his lands in Somer- 
set were in the hands of the King (Rot. Pip., 5 Hen. II., Rot. 3, memb. 2, 
in dorso; Pipe Roll Soc, vol. i., pp. 21, 22), and his lands in Somerset, 
Wiltshire and Dorset were also described as in the King's hands in the 
following year (Rot. Pip., 6 Hen. II., Rot. 3, memb. 2 ; Rot. 6, memb. 1 ; 
and Rot. 7, memb 2, in dorso; Pipe Roll Soc, vol. ii., pp. 19, 41, 58). It 
seems impossible that this Robert could be the son of one of the Conqueror's 
companions, and probable that he should rather be idem ified with the Robertus 
secundus of the text. It is to be noted, however, that there is no mention of 
his holding lands in Devonshire. It was doubtless his son and heir, Robert 
Filius Martin, by whom scutage was paid in the counties of Devonshire and 
Somerset in 1 161- 1 163 (Rot. Pip., 8 Hen. II., Rot. 1, memb. 2, and Rot. 3, 
memb. 2 ; Pipe Roll Soc, vol. v., pp. 6, 23 ; ibid., 9 Hen. II., Rot. 1, 
memb. 2, in dorso, vol. vi., p. 13), and he perhaps was the first owner of 
Dartington of this family. 

* There were clearly two consecutive persons named William in the pedi- 
gree, the first of whom paid a fine for the release of his lands and castb of 
Pidela, in Dorset, in 1207 (Rot. Fin., 9 John, memb. 13), and was dead in 
1209. He had married Avicia, to whom he had assigned the manor of Pulle 
as dower, and of this she had seisin in 1216, probably on the death of her 
son (Rot. Litt. Claus., 17 John, pt. 1, memb. 4). The second William held 
the honour of Cameis, in Wales, and had letters of protection while residing 
in that country in 1210 (Rot. Litt. Pat., 10 John, memb. 1). He was dead 
in 1 2 16, when the custody of his lands and heirs was granted to Fulke de 
Breaute (Rot. Litt. Claus., 17 John, pt. 1, memb. 10), from whom in 1224 
they passed to Henry de Trubleville (Rot. Fin., 8 Hen. III., memb. 2). He 
had married Engahared, or Angaretta, to whom the lands of Langacre, in 
Devon, and other lands in Somen et, were given in dower (Rot. Fin., 10 
Hen. III., memb. 4; Rot. Litt. Claus., 10 Hen. III., memb. 8). She was 
dead in 1226 (ibid.), when her dower lands were delivered to Henry de 
Trubleville as guardian of her son Nicholas, heir to William, his father, as 
mentioned in the text. 

t Nicholas Filius Martin was father of another Nicholas, who should take 
the place of the Willelmus dominus Martyn of the text ; he was not, how- 
ever, Lord Martin, his son being the first of the family to receive a writ of 
summons to the House of Lords. The second Nicholas died during his 
father's lifetime, he being succeeded by his grandson W T illiam, afterwards 
Lord Martin (Rot. Fin., 10 Edward I., membs. 16 and 15). 

\ As stated above, this individual's name was Nicholas, not William 
Filius Martin. 



66 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Matildem unicam filiam et heredem domini Henrici Tracy* 
et habuit exitum Willelmum. 

Willelmus Dominus Martin nupsit Elinoram filiam Regi- 
naldi Filii Petri baronis de Chuton, viduam Domini Johannis 
Moun,f per quam habuit exitum Willelmum. Elinoram uxorem 
[Philippi] de Columbers et Joannam uxorem domini Nicolai de 
Audelegh de Helegh. 

Willelmus Dominus MartynJ cepit in uxorem Joannam 
filiam Henrici domini Hastinges, et obiit sine filiis. 



TORINTON BARONIA. 

Arms : Gules, two bars or. 

Tempore Regis Henrici II. Johannes de Torinton tenuit 
hanc baroniam. Postquem successit Willelmus de Torintona, 
et ultimus hujus nominis Matheus. Postea partita est hereditas 
in quinque porciones per sorores ultimi, que enupte fuere familiis 
de Tracy, Brian, Merton, Umfravill et Sully et tandem. . . . 

* Matilda, the wife of Nicholas Filius Martin, was the daughter and heir 
of Gay de Bryane by Eva, daughter and heir of Henry de Tracy, Lord of 
Barnstaple, as has been stated in the notes on the Barony of Barnstaple 
(ante, p. 63). 

+ As this account of the marriage of William, Lord Martin, diners from 
all recognised authorities, it is necessary to state that it is correct in every 
particular. 

% A contract was entered into in 1296 for the marriage of Edward, eldest 
son and heir of William, Lord Martin, with Jonetta, eldest daughter of John 
de Hastings, it being at the same time arranged that William, son and heir 
of John de Hastings, should marry Edward's eldest sister, Alienora. Ed- 
ward, however, died before his father, and it would appear that neither of 
the marriages thus arranged took place (Cal. Rot. Pat., 25 Edw. I., pat. 2, 
memb. 2). Nor is it probable that William, the eventual heir, was married 
to Jonetta de Hastings, as his widow, Margaret, was in 1325 the wife of 
Robert de Wateville ; it is, however, possible that this may have been his 
second wife (Rot. Orig.. 19 Edw. II., Rot. 23). 

This William, Lord Martin, was the last male of this branch of the family, 
and on his death in 1325 his property reverted to his co-heirs. His sister 
Alienora and her husband, Philip de Columbers, had assigned to them, 
besides the wardship of James Audley, their nephew, the manors of Combe 
Martin, Barnstaple, Holdsworthy, and South Molton, together with certain 
lands in the city of Exeter, and the rents of East and West Anstey. 
Nicholas de Audley and Johanna, his wife, died before Lord Martin, and 
their son, James Audley, above mentioned, had assign .d to him the hamlets 
of Kilmington, North Lew, Takebeare, and Staunton, the manors of Wark- 
leigh, Nymet Tracy, Bovey Tracy, Raddon, Lidford (co. Somerset), Black- 
down, the castle and town of Newport, and other property ; while to 
Margaret, his widow, then married to Robert de Wateville was assigned the 
manor of Dartington, and other estates in Devon and Somerset (Ror. Orig., 
19 Ed. II., Rot. 23). 

John de Torinton had a dispute with the Abbess and Nuns of St. Ed- 
ward's relative to the advowson of the Church of Torrington in 1194 (Plac. 



The Fettdal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 6j 

Honor hie tempore Johannis de Torinton habuit 29 feoda, de 
quibus dictus Johannes tenuit 7 feoda de honore de Glocester.* 

Abbrev., 6 Ric. I., m. 15 days after M'mas, Rot. 8). In the year 1201 he 
paid 50 marks for license to travel beyond seas, when he held nineteen 
knights' fees in capite and six knights' fees of the hoour of Gloucester (Rot. 
de Obi., 3 John, memb. 8). He died in or before 1207 (Rot. Litt. Claus., 
9 John, memb. 12), and was succeeded by his son, William de Torinton, who 
is mentioned in letters respecting scutage in 1214 (Rot. Litt. Claus., 16 John, 
pt. 2, memb. 24, i?i dorso). He died in 1224, leaving a widow, Avicia, who 
had a grant of the manor of Torrington pending the settlement of her dower 
(Rot. Litt. Claus., 8 Hen. III., pt. 1, memb. 10), and who subsequently 
married Nicholas de Boleville, who in 1230 held her dower (Rot. Fin., 
15 Hen. III., memb. 7). Leaving no issue, he was succeeded by his uncle, 
Matthew de Torinton, who in 1224 paid 100/. for the relief of his lands (Rot. 
Fin., 8 Hen. III., memb. 9), but died without issue in 1226, when the barony 
was broken up and alienated in such a manner that due service could not 
be rendered to the King (Rot. Litt. Claus., 11 Hen. III., memb. 16). It was 
partitioned amongst the five sisters and co-heirs of Matthew de Torinton, or 
their surviving heirs. The eldest sifter, Emma, married . . . Merton, and 
was mother of Henry de Merton, who did homage for his part of Torrington 
in 1227 (Rot. Fin., 12 Hen. III., memb. 9). Another sister, Dionisia, 
married Henry Fitz William, who did homage for his wife's part of Torring- 
ton in 1228 (Rot. Fin., 12 Hen. III., memb. 7) ; but they appear to have died 
without issue, and two years before her death in 1239 she granted to her 
nephew, Henry de Merton, her fifth part of the Barony of Torrington (Rot. 
Fin., 23 Hen. III., memb. 4), after which two-fifths of the barony were held by 
Henry de Merton, who died in 1246. Another sister of Matthew de Torinton 
married . . . Tremenet. and was mother of Richard de Tremenet, who did 
homage for his part of Torrington in 1227 at the same time as his cousin, 
Henry de Merton, but he subsequently sold his share to Henry de Tracy, 
from whom it passed to Geoffrey de Camville in right of his wife, Matilda 
de Bryane, granddaughter of Henry de Tracy (Rot. Hundred., 3 Ed. I., 
Devon, No. 17). A fourth sister of Matthew de Torinton, named Sibilla, 
appears to have been the wife of Richard de Umfraville, and mother of 
Gilbert de Umfraville, who was one of the heirs of Torrington. The fifth 
daughter appears to have been Mabilia, wife of Walter de Sully. She was 
mother of Raymund de Sully, who was another of the heirs of Torrington, 
and in 1232 paid 49/. 9-y. 3d. for the issue of his lands (Rot. Pip., 17 Hen. III., 
Rot. 6). The heirs of the barony were thus Henry de Merton, Raymond de 
Sully, Gilbert de Umfraville, Richard de Tremenet, and Dionisia de Torinton, 
wife of Henry FitzWilliam ; but, as has been said, the inheritance of Dionisia 
passed to Merton and that of Richard de Tremenet was alienated. Some half- 
century later two-fifths of the barony were owned by Thomas de Merton, a ward 
in the care of John Wiger in 1274, his father, Walter de Merton, son of Henry 
de Merton, having died in 1272. At the same period, Raymond de Sully, who 
had died in 1241, was represented by Walter de Sully, his son and heir, who 
held a fifth part of Torrington, and Gilbert de Umfraville was represented 
by John de Umfraville, who had succeeded upon the death of his brother 
Henry in 127 1. As has already been stated, the other fifth part had been 
alienated by Tremenet, and it passed from Tracy to Martin, as explained on 
p. 63 (Rot. Hundred., 3 Ed. I., Devon, No. 17). As regards the fifth pirt 
held by Sully, it was given in free marriage to Sibilla, his daughter, and Guy 
de Bryane, her husband ; from them it went to Guy de Bryane, who was 
twenty-five years of age in 1306 (Inq. p. in., 35 Edw. I., No. 32), when his 
parents were both dead. 
* See preceding note. 

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68 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Baron i a de Byry. 

Arms : Or, a lion rampant gules a bordure engrailed sable. 

Radulphus de la Pomeray tenuit ex dono Willelmi con- 
questoris Byry et diversa alia maneria. Et hsec baronia tarn 
in nomine quam, in eadem familia permansit donee regnante 
Edwardi VI. Thomas Pomeray miles alienavit Byry Pomeray* 
Edwardo duci Somerset, qui dedit illud Edwardo suo primo- 
genito per [Katherinam] filiam Willelmi Filloll de Woodland 
militis primam uxorem dicti ducis. Et nunc filius ejusdem 
Edwardi Edwardus dominus de Byry Pomeray feoda hujus 
honoris possidet. 

Honor de Byry Pomeray continebat in se 31 et 26 partes 
feodi militis tempore Henrici II. Regis Anglie, quorum milites 
tennere ex honore predicto. 

Hie sequitur descensus familie de la Pomeray. 

Radulphus de la Pomeray venit cum Conquestore et 
genuit filium Johel/f- 2. Johel de la Pomeray per filiam 
Henrici filii HerebertiJ: sororem Reginaldi Comitis Cornubie 
habuit Johannem. 3. Johannes de la Pomeray procreavit 
Henricum de la Pomeray primum. 4. Henricus|| iste per 

* Now known as Berry Pomeray, near Totnes. 

f It appears probable that a generation is wanting in this pedigree, as 
Henry de la Pomeray the second fined for his lands in 1 164, when probably 
his father had not long been dead. The period between 1066 and 1164 
seems too great to have been filled by three persons only. The grandfather, 
father of this Henry, was undoubtedly called Gollinus, a synonym for Johel 
(Abb. Placit., 15 Jorm, Trinity, Rot. 17, p. 90). 

% This is incorrect. Rohesia, who was sister of Reginald, Earl of Corn- 
wall, was of course an illegitimate daughter of King Henry I. She was 
married to Henry de la Pomeray, son and heir of Gollinus de la Pomeray. 
There is no John de la Pomeray in the pedigree. 

For John read Henry de la Pomeray. The succeeding Henries are 
therefore incorrectly numbered in the text. 

|| Henry de la Pomeray (the second) paid 7/. 12s. 6d. as his scutage of 
Wales, and at the same time paid 200 marks for the fine of his lands in 
Devonshire, leaving 93/. 6s. 8d. due to the Exchequer, and in the following 
year, 1165, he paid 29/. 6s. 8d. in reduction of this debt (Rot. Pip., 11 
Hen. II., Rot. 9, memb. 1, vol. viii., pp. 80, 81 ; Ibid.^ 12 Hen. II., Rot. 7, 
memb. 1, in dorso, vol. ix., p. 94). He confirmed a charter of Gollinus, his 
grandfather, and Henry, his father, to the Abbot of Valii, of the Church of 
Stokeleigh, which was claimed as a part of the dower of Rohesia, his mother 
(Abb. Placit., 15 John, Trinity, Rot. 17, p. 90). This confirmation must 
have been between 1161 and 1184, as there is also a confirmation of Bartho- 
lomew, Bishop of Exeter, during those years. He appears to have married, 
secondly, Rohesia, sister of Duin Bardolf, who afterwards became the wife 
of John Russell (Rot. de Obi., 1 John, memb. 9). Of this we have no direct 
evidence, but we find her and her husband disputing with Henry de la Pomeray 
(the third) with respect to the lands of Stokeleigh, Upottery, and Ashcombe, 
the jury finding, in 1200, that Henry should hold Stokeleigh, and that John 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 69 

Matildem de Vitrei succepit Henricum secundum et obiit 
tempore Ricardi I., cum ipse rex rediit ab captivitate percussus 
timere (quia armavit montem Sancti Michaelis versus regem) 
vita privatus est. 5. Henricus de la Pomeray 2* per Aliciam 
de Ver habuit Henricum Willelmum et Galfridum.-f- 6. Henricus 
iste 3, J per Margeriam de Vernon genuit Henricum. 7. Henricus 
de la Pomeray 4 per Hawisiam de Valletort habuit Henricum. || 
8. Henricus de la Pomeray 5^[ per Amiciam filiam domini 
Galfridi Camvill genuit Henricum. 9. Henricus sextus** ex 
Joanna de Mulis suscepit Henricum. 10. Henricus de la 
Pomeray septimusft genuit Johannem, Joannam uxorem Jacobi 
Chudlegh militis et Margeriam uxorem. . . . Cole. it. Johannes 
de la Pomeray miles cepit in uxorem Joannam filiam et 
coheredem Ricardi Merton militis, sed moriebatur sine prole. 

and Rohesia should have the other two manor-, and there can be no doubt 
that the claim was for the dower of Rohesia (Abb. Placit., 2 John, Mich. 
Term., Rot. 2 and Rot. 4, pp. 26a, 27b'). He is said to have died in 1293. 

* Henry de la Pomeray III., who succeeded Henry de la Pomeray II., 
held lands in Cornwall, Devon, Essex, Hertford, Cambridge, Norfolk, and 
Suffolk, at his death, in 1207, when the Sheriffs of most of these counties 
were directed to deliver them into the hands of William de Briwere (Rot. 
Fin., 9 John, memb. 8). 

f Another Henry de la Pomeray IV. must here be inserted in the pedigree. 
He fines in the sum of 600 marks for his father's lands in Devon and Corn- 
wall in 1208 (Rot. Fin., 9 John, membs. 2 and 8). He and John de Erlegh 
had custody of the Castle of Exeter and of the County of Devon in 12 15-16 
(Rot. Litt. Pat., 16 John, pt. i., membs. 2 and 3). He was dead in 1221. 
He appears to have married the eventual heiress of Valletort. 

% Henry de la Pomeray V. was in the ward of Ralph de Trubeville in 
1221 (Rot. Litt. Claus., 6 Hen. III., pt. 1, membs. 21, 12). He did homage 
for his lands in 1232 (Rot. Fin., 16 Hen. III., memb. 3), and was one of the 
heirs of Roger de Valletort in 1238. He was dead in 1240. His wife's 
name was Mariery (Rot. Fin., 29 Hen. III., memb. 2). 

Henry de la Pomeray VI. was in the ward of William Caperon in 1240 
(Abb. Phtcir., 25 Hen. III., Coram R-ge, Rot. 22, p. no). His wife is 
called Isolde, or Isota, in inquisitions in 1292 ('Testa de Nevill,' vol. i., fols. 
809-811). She was dead in 1310 (Rot. Orig., 4 Edw. II., Rot. n) when she 
was a widow. It seems probable that the alleged marriage with Hawisia de 
Valletort is an error. He died in 1280 (Inq. p. m., 9 Edw. I., No. 82). 

|| Here also another Henry de Pomeray VII. must be inserted in the 
pedigree. He was born and baptized at Tregony in 1264 (Inq. p. m., 
15 Edw. I., No. 72, prob. &/.), was in the ward of Galfrid de Camville in 
1281 (Rot. Orig., 10 Edw. I., Rot. 3, p. 40). He was married, during his 
father's lifetime (Inq. p. m., 9 Edw. I., No. 82), to Johanna (Abb. Rot. 
Orig., 28 Edw. I., Rot. 20). He was dead in 1304 (Inq. p. m., 33 Edw. I., 
No. 51). 

H Henry de la Pomeray VIII. was born in 1290 (Inq. p. m., 33 Edw. I., 
No. 51). He married Amicia, daughter of Galfrid de Camville (?), and died 
in 1328 (Inq. p. m., 2 Edw. III., pt. 2, No. 118). 

** Henry de la Pomeray IX., died in 1367, being then a knight (Inq. p. m., 
41 Edw. III., No. 50). 

ft Henry de la Pomeray X. died in 1374, being also then a knight (Inq. 
p. m., 48 Edw. III., No. 57). 



jo Note-Book of Tristram Riscton. 

Et dedit dominium suum de Byry Thome Pomeray militi qui 
nupserat neptem suam Joannam filiam Joanne sororis sue. 

12. Joanna filia domini Jacobi Chidlegh per Joannam de la 
Pomeray, tribus nupta est maritis, videlicet Johanni St. Awbin 
militi Phillipi Brian militi et Thome Pomeray militi. Per 
Johannem St. Awbin habuit Johannem et per Thomam 
Pomeray* habuit Edwardum Pomeray, et obiit 7 Henrici VI. 

13. Edwardus Pomeray filius Thome Pomeray et Joanne duxit 
[in] uxorem Margaretam Beavill, per quam habuit Henricum, et 
obiit 24 Henrici VI. 14. Henricus Pomeray per Joannam filiam 
Johannis Ralegh de Fardell habuit Ricardum et Seinclerum 
milites et secundo nupsit Amiciam filiam Roberti Cammill, ct 
habuit exitum Thomam. 15. Ricardus Pomeray miles nupsit 
Elizabetham viduam Martini Fortescu filiam et heredem Ricardi 
Densell, et procreavit Edwardum. 16. Edwardus Pomeray miles 
nupsit Janam filiam Johannis Sapcotes per Elizabetham sororem 
domini Denham a qua exiit Thomas, Hugo et alii. 17. Thomas 
Pomeray miles ultimus huius familie dominus de Byry cepit in 
uxorem Janam filiam Petri Edgcomb militis, et habuit exitum 
Thomam. 

Baronia de Baunton. 

Arms : Two lions passant. 

Walterus de Doway-f* recepit Baunton inter alia ex dono 
Willelmi Conquestoris, a quo descendebat cuidam Roberto dicto 
de Baunton, cujus filia JulianaJ dotavit Willelmum Pannell, 

* Thomas and Johanna Pomeray died without surviving issue ; the 
Edward who succeeded was of a collateral branch. 

f He is called Walscinus de Duacus in the Exon Domesday, where he is 
said to hold, amongst many others, the manor of Bampton (Baentona, Exon 
Domesday, fo). 345^). He granted the church of Bampton to the Prior and 
Monks of Bath, which was confirmed by his son Robert de Bampton, and 
by his grandson Fulk Painell (Abb. Placit., 15 John, M'mas., Rot. 14, in 
dorso), and concerning which a dispute arose between William Painell, the 
son and heir of Fulk, and the Prior of Bath {Ibid.). 

% Juliana de Bampton in her widowhood married Warine de la Haule (Abb. 
Placit., 9 John, Rot. 12, in dorso), and it seems pretty certain that by this 
marriage she was the mother of Richard de la Haye, whose three daughters, 
Nicbola, Juliana, and Isabella were heirs to certain lands which had been 
held by Fulk de Painell (Abb. Placit., 38 Hen. III., Coram Rege, Hill., 
Rot. 6, in dor so). 

William Painell was son of Radulphus Painell, who accompanied the 
Conqueror to England, and afterwards founded the Priory of Holy Trinity 
in York. He was Lord of Drax, in Yorkshire, and held many lands in 
Devonshire as well as in Yorkshire (Inq. p. m., 33 Ed. I., No. 139, and 34 
Edw. I., No. 8, Exon Domesday, fol. 67^, et seq.). He had two other sons, 
Alexander and Jordan, who were perhaps ancestors of families settled in 
Lincoln, Essex, and Sussex (Abb. Placit., 1 1 John, Easter, Rot. 14). William 
Painell founded the Priory of St. Nicholas at Drax (Abb. Placit., 11 John, 
Easter, Rot. 14). Besides Fulk, he had a son Hasculf Painell (Rot. Litt. 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 7 1 

maritum suum, fratrem Fulconis Pannell de Dudley cum toto 
dominio de Baunton, cui successit Fulco,* qui per Aldam 
seniorem filiam Gilberti de Abringes genuit Willelmum et 
Cristinam uxorem Milonis Cogan Hiberniensis. Willelrnus 
Pannellf habuit exitum per MatildamJ uxorem Melizentam, 
Aliciam et Agnetam que omnes muriere sine sobole ; et sic 
Baronia hec devenit ad Johannem Cogan tempore Edwardi I. 

Iste Johannes filius fuit Willelmi Cogan filii Milonis Cogan 
(qui unus fuit illorum militum qui cum Ricardo Strongbow 
Pembrochie Comite Hiberniam domitavit) et antedicte Cristiane 
filie Fulconis Pannell. 

Claus., 1 Hen. III., memb. 15,^ reversis), and a daughter, Gumora, wife 
successively of Robert de Curcun, Robert de Gant, and Nicholas de Stute- 
ville, by the second of whom at least she had issue (Abb. Placit., 11 John, 
Easter, Rot. 14 ; Rot. de Obi., 1 John, memb. 3). 

* Fulk Painell is described as the son of Juliana (Abb. Placit., 9 John, 
Rot. 12, in dorso), and Robert de B unpton is mentioned as the great-grand- 
father (avus) of Fulk's son William (Abb. Placit., 15 John, M'mas., Rot. 14, 
in dorso), thus substantiating the pedigree in the text. In 1164 his father, 
William Painell had rendered an account to the Treasury of 15/. 3s. 4^., of 
which he paid 10/. y. 4c/., and Fulk Painell was excused the payment of 
the remaining 5/. (Rot. Pip., 11 Hen. II., Rot. 6, memb. 2, vol. viii., p. 50), 
Fulk had seisin of the honour of Bampton in 1199 (Rot. de ObJ., 1 John, 
membs. 22 and 21, in dorso), and must have been dead in 12 17, when the 
King directed that his lands in Yorkshire and Leicester should be seised to 
Hasculf Painell, his brother (Rot. Litt. Claus., 1 Hen. III., memb. \$,de 
r ever sis). 

t William Painell is mentioned as the son of Fulk in the dispute between 
him and the Prior of Bath already referred to (Abb. Placit., 15 John, M'mas., 
Rot. 14, in dorso). He married Alicia de Mohun (Rot. Fin., 12 Hen. III., 
memb. 7), sister and one of the heirs of William Briwer, jun., who had as his 
portion the manor of Axminster (Rot. Fin., 17 Hen. III., memb. 5). She 
was the widow of Reginald de Mohun, Lord of Dunster. William Painell 
was dead in 1228, when the custody of his lands and heirs was granted to 
Herbert Fitz Matthew, reserving the dower of Alicia, his widow, out of the 
manors of Bampton and Uffculme (Rot. Fin., 3 Hen. III., memb. 13). To 
this William succeeded another William Painell, who in 1245 was permitted 
to discharge his father's debt of 100/. due to the King by annual payments 
of 20 marks (Rot. Fin., 29 Hen. III., memb. 1). He married Sybilla (Rot. 
Fin., 33 Hen. III., memb. i), but died without issue in 1249, when his sister 
Auda, wife of John de Balun, became his heir (Inq. p. m., 33 Hen. III., 
Nos. 23 and 32 ; Rot. Fin., 33 Hen. III., memb. 10), who also died without 
issue (Inq. p. m., 3 Edw. I., No. 19). 

% It appears that the Matilda in the text was not the wife of William 
Painell, of Bampton, but of a William Painell who, with his wife, Matilda, in 
1245, paid half a mark for a precept to the Sheriff of S jssex with reference 
to their affairs in Essex. These may have been the parents of the three 
daughters enumerated in the text, but they had no interest in Bampton (Rot. 
Fin., 29 Hen. III., memb. 10). 

Miles de Cogan had from Henry II. a grant of half the Lordship ot 
Desmond, excepting the city of Cork and some other lands (Rot. Orig., 
5 Edw. Ill Rot. 22), and was still living in 1226 when the citizens of 
Limerick paid him 22/. for his maintenance, unless indeed, as seems prob- 
able from 'he length of time, two Miles de Cogans existed. 



72 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes* Cogan miles hoc modo dominus est de Baunton 
et obiit anno nono Edwardi I.,et reliquit filium nomine Johannem*f 
Cogan, Dominum de Baunton, qui obiit 30 Edwardi L, cui 
successit filius suus Thomas,}; qui habuit filium Ricardum 
Cogan patrem Willelmi Cogan |J militis, patrem Johannis Cogan 
et Elizabethe uxoris Fulconis Fitzwarren militis. 

Johannes vero Cogan ultimus huius nominis qui fuit 
Dominus de Baunton obiit sine prole circa annum 12 Ricardi II., 
cujus hereditatis et dominii predicta Elizabetha soror ejus unica 
heres est, et reliquit Fulconi Fitzwarren filio suo. Quo sine 
sobole defuncto soror ejus Elizabetha Ricardi Hankford uxor 
hoc dominum adiit ut soror et heres, et habuit exitum per dictum 
Ricardum Hankford Thomasinam Willelmo Bourchier Domino 
Fitzwarren enuptam, a quibus exiit Fulco Dominus Fitzwarren, 
pater Johannis Bourchier Comitis Bathonie patris Johannis 
Comitis Bathonie patris Johannis Domini Fitzwarren, qui obiit 
ante patrem et reliquit filium Willeimum nunc Bathonie 
comitem et dominum hujus honoris. 

Honor de Hurberton. 

Arms : Barry bendy of six, argent and gules, on a bordure sable, nine 

bezants. 

RogerusIF de Valletorta anno 12 Regis Henrici II. tenuit 
honorem de Huberton, cui successit Reginaldus de Valletorta 

* John de Cogan married the only daughter of Gerald Prendegaste by the 
sister of Theobald Pincerna, and had an only son, who was born in 1242 
(Inq. p. m., 36 Hen. III., No. 61). In 1274 he was seized of the manor of 
Bampton, uhich was the head manor of his barony, and which he held i?i 
cafiite by the service of one knight's fee (Rot. Hundr., 3 Edw. I., Devon, 
No. 4). 

t John de Cogan was dead in 1301, when his son and heir, Thomas de 
Cogan, was twenty-six years of age and more (Inq. p. m., 30 Edw. I., No. 29). 

% Thomas de Cogan, who was bom circa 1275, appears to have been dead 
in 1314, when William, Bishop of Exeter, was acquitted of 100/. which he 
owed for the custody of lands which had belonged to him (Iss. Excheq., 
8 Edw. II., Easter). 

Sir Richard Cogan was in possession of Hunstill, near North Petherton, 
in 1327 (Rot. Orig., Ext. Vascomie, Grossi Fine?, Rot. 33), was dead in 
1367, when he was seized of UfTculme and Bampton manors, in Devon, and 
the manors of Hunstill, Wigbere and Hunspill, in Somerset (Inq. p. m., 
41 Edw. III., No. 15). 

|| Sir William Cogan was dead in 1382, when he was seized of the manors 
of Hunspill and Wigbere, and of Straiton, in the manor of South Petherton, 
in Somerset, and the manors of UrTculme and Bampton, and lands of Hake- 
penne, in Devon. His wife, Isabella, was dead in 1420, having had a dower 
out of the lands of Hunspill, Wigbere, Stratton, UrTculme, Baunton, and 
Hakepenne (Calend. Inq. p. m., 6 Ric. II., No. 22, and 8 Hen. V., 
No. 102). 

^| The manor of Harberton, the head of this barony, was given by King 
Henry I. to Roger de Nonant, senior, from whose heirs it passed, as did the 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. j$ 

natus ex Joanna una filiarum Reginald! Comitis Cornubie. Post 
istum Reginaldum Radulphus de Valletorta tenuit hanc baroniam, 
et post eum Rogerus de Valletorta, deinde Matilda* uxor Henrici 
de la Pomeray, Beatricia uxor Petri Corbet et Joannat uxor 
Ricardi Champernon ut consanguinei et heredes dicti Rogeri 
tennere hereditatem dicti Rogeri. Petrus Corbet Alius dicte 
Beatricie obiit sine prole. Champernon alienavit partem suam et 
heredes dicti Henrici de la Pomeray tennere partem suam ad 
nostra prope tempora. Sed nunc distractum est hoc feodum in 
multorum manus. Pertinere solent baronie de Hurberton 32 et 
dimidium feodi militum, per que servicia milites ejusdem honoris 
tenebant.j 

Honor de Braneis. 

Arms : Argent, a lion rampant gules ducally crowned or, on a bordure sable 

eleven bezants. 

Iste honor pertinet ad ducatum Cornwallie. Et Comes 
Reginaldus Cornubie Dominus fuit de Braneis. Cui successit 

honour of Totnes, to Roger de Valletort. This Roger was descended from 
Reginald de Valletort, his ancestor {tritavus) [great-great-great-great-grand- 
father] (Abb. Placit., 3 John, Rot. Cornub., Rot. 10, dot so), who, as well as 
Hugo de Valletort and Godfrey de Valletort, held lands in Devon, Cornwall, 
and Somerset shonly after the Conquest (Exon Domesday, passim). Regi- 
nald was by far the most important person, holding extensive estates under 
the E irl of Moretain, including thirty-six manors, of which Tremerton, Cal- 
stock, and Ludbrook were three. It is probable that Reginald was father of 
Roger de Valletort, who paid scutage in 1162 (Rot. Pip., 8 Hen. II., Rot. 1, 
memo. 2), and that he in turn was father ot Radulph de Vallttort, who made 
a payment to the Sheriff of Devon in 1164-65 (Rot. Pip., 11 Hen. II., Rot. 9, 
memb. 1). The Roger in the text should probably be identified with this 
Roger ot 1162, but we have found no confirmation of the marriage with the 
daughter of the Earl of Cornwall. In this case, Roger, the father of Reginald 
de Valletort below, would probably be the grandson of Roger of 1162 and 
son of Radulph de V.illetoit in 1164. It is to be observed that no proof has 
been found of the relationship of Reginald (1083), Roger (1 160), and Radulph 
(1164), and we have also no proof that Radulph was the father of Roger de 
Valleiorr, the great-grandson of Reginald of Domesday, who was living 
1201-6. He married Alicia, to whom the manor of Callington was given in 
marriage by King John (Rot. Litt. Claus., 4 Hen. III., memb. 1), and which 
was afterwards inherited by her son, Reginald de Valletort {ibid , 5 Hen. III., 
memb. 21). He cied in 1206, when his heirs were in the custody of the 
Bishop of Winchester, as has been already explained. The further history 
of the family has been traced undt r the honour of Totnes. 

* The name of this lady was apparently Isota or Isolda. 

t It does not appear that this Joanna was one of the heirs of Valletort, 
though her husband acquired the manor of iModbury. 

% Roger de Valletort neld the Barony of Harberton of the King in capite 
by the service of two knights or four esquires in war when the King had 
need of them. 

$ This is the modern Bradninch. There was a certain A., son of A., 
Viscount of Limoges (Lemovicensis), who petitioned for the county of Corn- 



74 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Henricus filius Comitis Reginaldi, sed an fuerit naturalis, vel 
legitimus propositum non est meum disputare. Sed hoc inveni, 
quod longe magnum possidebat hereditarium a dicto Comite 
Reginaldo per nomen filii Comitis. Et postea Ricardus I., rex 
Johannes, et rex Henricus III. dispoliaverunt eum fere tocius 
hujus latifundii. 

Obiit autem iste Henricus filius Comitis sine liberis in senectute 
sua. Et Comes Reginaldus Cornubie reliquit quatuor Alias 
I. Matilda, 2. Hawisia, 3. Sara, 4. Joanna, nuptas Comiti 
Mellent, vicecomiti Lemovicensi, Ricardo Comiti Devonie et 
Rogero de Valletorta. Hawisia Ricardi Comitis Devonie uxor 
sine prole obiit. Robertus Comes Mellent per Matildem dicti 
Comitis Reginaldi filiam reliquit filiam nomine Mabiliam, 
Willelmo Vernon Comiti Devonie enuptam, a quibus genus 
suum deducunt antiquissima, et longe honorata ilia regalis 
Courtneyorum Devoniensium familia, qui etiam originem habent 
a regibus Anglie et Francie. De successione Sare vicecomitis 
Lemovicensis uxoris nihil scribere possum. Sed de Joanna 
natu minima predicti Reginaldi filia, magna progenies in hoc 
Devoniensi et Cornubiensi agro nascitur. Preterea Marchio 
Wintonie, et Dominus Fulco Grevill miles per Willoughby 
Dominum Brooke ab ista Joanna stemma sua deducunt. 

Sexdecem feoda Integra tenentur per milites suos istius 
honoris de Braneys. 



Honor Ducatus Lancaster. 

Willelmus Dominus Briwer, homo magni honoris precipue 
per Regem Ricardum I. multas sibi in hoc comitatu acquisivit 
terras, que inter quatuor filias suas divise fuerint* 

Margeriaf natu maxima habuit exitum Willelmum Ferrers, 
qui habuit exitum Gondredam uxorem Pagani de Cadurcis,^: 

wall in 1220, and who may have been the son of one of the marriages 
mentioned. The honour of Braneis, or Bradninch, seems to have followed 
the Earldom of Cornwall, except for a short time, when it was granted by 
King Henry III. to William de la Lunde, who had a precept of seisin in 
1240, but at whose death it escheated to the crown, and was again granted 
to the Earl of Cornwall. 

* The daughters of William Briwer did not become the co-heirs of their 
father (who died in 1224) until the death of their only btother, William 
Briwer, before 22 Feb., 1 233. 

t Margeria, the daughter of William Briwer, or de La Bruere, married 
William de La Ferte (Rot. Fin., 17 Hen. III., memb. 5), and had an only 
daughter and heir (Rot. Fin., 17 Hen. III., memb. 6), who married (ibid.) 
Pagan de Chaworth. 

\ Pagan de Chaworth was dead in 1226 (Rot. Fin., 10 Hen. III., memb. 4). 
His son, Patrick de Chaworth, in 1239 fined 50 marks to have the custody of 
his lands, notwithstanding his nonage, and at the same time paid 500/. for 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 75 

patrem Patricii patrem Pagani* et Patricii.-f* Paganus obiit 
sine exitu. Patricius cepit in uxorem filiam Comitts Warren. 
Hac tenus ex libro Abbathie de Torr. 

Sed liber Abbathie de Newenham alio modo hoc genus 
repetit et scribit Griciam uxorem Reginaldi de Bruis esse 
natu maximam et Margeriam esse terciam filiarum cujus 
progeniem hoc modo posuit. 

Margeria habuit exitum Gundredam que nupta fuit Pagano 
de Cadurcis, ex qua procreatus est Patricius de Cadurcis pater 
Pagani secundi, ex quo exiit Matilda nupta Henrico de 
Lancaster. 

Multum discrepant hii duo libri in hac genealogia. Sed 
ego tantum hoc in loco adnotare volo, quod porcio terrarum 
que allocata fuerat predicte Margerie incidit per nupcias cum 
familia de Lancaster in feodum et honorem istius ducatus. 
Nam pleraque horum feodorum trahuntur ex diversis aliis 
honoribus, de quibus ille de Cadurcis primo tennere. Et 
nunc tamen sunt incorporata ducatu de Lancaster. 

Iste honor, et feoda sua corone incorporata sunt simul cum 
ducatu Lancastrie per Regem Henricum IV. prius Lancastrie 
ducem. 

Sunt prope 30 feoda militum huic honori annexa, per que 
milites sui de eodem tenent in hoc comitatu. 

Hertland [Baronia]. 

Arms : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 

Familia ilia per antiqua (de Dynant olim), nunc Denham 
vel Dinham nuncupata, a Britannia Armorica se primo contulit 

permission to marry whom he wished (Rot. Fin., 23 Hen. III., memb. 5), 
and in 1241 paid 500 marks for seisin and relief of his lands (Rot. Fin , 
25 Hen. III., memb. 13). He died in 1257 (Inq. p. m., 42 Hen. III., No. 26), 
leaving a widow, Hawisia, who died in 1273 the widow of . . . de London 
(Inq. p. m., 2 Edw. I., No. 27). 

* Pagan de Chaworth, the el lest son of Patrick de Chaworth, is described 
as heir to his father and mother in their Inquisitions post mortem (Inq. p. m., 
42 Hen. III., No. 26, and 2 Edw. I., No. 7), and died without issue in 1278 
(Inq. p. m., 7 Edw. I., No. 17), aged thirty-five years. 

t Patrick de Chaworth was found brother and heir of Pagan de Chaworth, 
and to be of the age of twenty-five years and more in 1278 (Inq. p. m., 
7 Edw. I., No. 17), and was dead in 1282 (Inq. p. m., 11 Edw. I., No. 35). 
He married Isabella, daughter of William Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, 
afterwards the wife of Hugh le Despencer, senior (Inq. p. m., 34 Edw. I., 
No. 13), by whom he had an only daughter and heir, Matilda, who was aged 
one and a half year, in 1282 (Inq. p. m., n Edw. I., No 35), and afterwards 
became the wife of Henry Plantagenet, Eail of Lancaster {ibid.). Harvey 
de Chaworth, who held a grant in the Forest of Dean from his mother, 
Hawisia, was also a brother of Patrick de Chaworth (Inq. p. m., 2 Edw. 1., 
No. 70). 



76 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

in Angliam cum Willelmo Conquestore* et hie sedem suam 
posuere. 

Floruit hoc nomen et in Edvvardi I. tempore habuit Baroniam 
suam Dominus Oliverus de Dynant. Sed precipue cum 
Henricus VII. regnum Anglie comparasset sub quo Johannes 
Dinham baro factus est et magnus Anglie thesaurarius. Geneo- 
logiam ergo hujus familie hoc in loco inseram, quia Hertland, 
prima fuit eorum sedes, et baronie, et in posteris ejusdem 
familie per sorores ultimi Johannis domini Dinham supra 
nominati. Hawi&ia de Dinan, et Sibilla soror ejus dant regi 
unum equum de precio pro habendo quoddam precipe de 
Bucland Crofton in Somerset, et de Hertland in Devonie coram 
domino rege, in 3 Septimi Michaelis, versus Oliverum de Dinant. 
(Fin. Anno. 6 Johannis, memb. 12.) 

Oliverus de Dinant principio regni regis Henrici II. tenuit 
(Harteland)etreliquitOliverofiliosuo. Oliverus genuitGalfridum.t 

* There is no record of the holder of the Manor of Hartland in Domesday, 
but it came early into the hands of the Dinhams, who had probably pre- 
viously held lands in South Devon, of which the Manor of Harpford was 
given by William the Conqueror to the ancestors of Oliver Dinham (' Testa 
de KeviH,' vol. i., fol. 837, p. 194). The earliest member of the family 
appears to be Rainald de Dinham, who was a juror in the two hundreds of 
Ely, the court of which was held at Wichford, earlier than the compilation 
of the Domesday Book (Inq. Eliensis, fol. 2, Cott. MSS. Tiberius A, 6), 
and we next find Alan de Dinham holding the lands of Meines in Hamp- 
shire, and Burton in Northamptonshire (Pipe Roll, 5 Hen. II, Rot. 7, 
memb. I, M dorso; 'Testa de Nevill,' vol. i., fol. 113, p. 25^), ihe latter 
having been given to him by Her ry I., in recognition of military services in 
France. He appears to have aied in 1 1 58, and to have been succeeded by 
a son, Roland de Dinham, who held these lands from 1 158 onwards, and 
who also had the lands of Gainz in Berkshire, and other estates in Cam- 
bridgeshire, Dorset, and Huntingdon (Pipe Rolls, 5 Hen. ii., et seq.). He 
appears to have been the father of four sons, Galfrid, Josce, Oliver and 
Robert. Of these Galfrid appears to have been the eldest. He paid scutage 
of Wales for Devonshire in 1 164-5 ( Rot - p ip> JI Hen. H., Rot - 9' memb. 1), 
and died apparently without issue. The second son was probably Josce, 
who appears to have died without male issue, leaving two daughters, Hawisia, 

wife ot Fulk FitzWarine, and Sibilla. married to de Blugenay, who 

petitioned for the lands of Buckland and Corfton in Somerset, and Hartland 
in Devon, against Oliver de Dinham, in 1204. (Rot. Fin., 6 John, memb. 12). 
Oliver eventually became the representative of the family, and owned the 
Manor of Hartland, Buckland, and Corfton ('Testa de Nevill,' vol. i, 
fol. 706, p. 162, fol. 837, p. 194). His eldest son, Galfrid de Dinham, who 
joined with his father Oliver and his uncle Galfrid in the endowment of 
Hartland Abbey (Rot. Pat., 5 Edw. IV., pt. 3, memb. 13, viae Oliver's 
k Monasticon, Devon,' p. 207) appears to have died without issue in his 
father's lifetime, the next holder ot Hartland being Oliver de Dinham, as in 
the text, who was dead in 1220 (Rot. Litt. CUus., 5 Hen. III., memb. 7). 

t Galfrid de Dinham paid scutage in Devon, Somerset, and Dorset 
('Testa de Nevill,' vol. i., fol. 814, p. 188, and fol. 727, 738, pp. 166, 169), 
and in 1234 he paid aid for the marriage of Isabella, the King's sister, after- 
wards Empress of Germany. He was dtadin 1258 (Inq. p. m., 43 Hen. 111., 
No. 4). This Galfrid appears to ha\e been the hero ot a disgraceful seduc- 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders, yy 

3. Galfridus genuit Oliverum.* 4. Oliverus genuit Oliverum. 
5. Oliverus-f- iste Baro vocatus est ad parliamentum tentum 
[23] Edwardi I. et super Isabellam viduam Johannis domini 
Courteney filiamj Hugonis domini Dispenser procreavit 
Joceum : obiit 27 Edwardi I. Joceus Dinham per Margaretam 
filiam et heredem domini Ricardi de Hidon habuit exitum 
Johannem|| et 01iverum^[ milites et obiit [29 Edwardi I.] 
Margareta uxor ejus post obitum dicti Jocei cepit in virum 
dominum Petrum Vuedall, qui baro vocatus est ad parliamentum 
tentum. . . . 

Johannes Dinham|| miles maximus natu Alius Jocei et 

tion in the Church of Teya in ' the time of the War,' his victim being Rosa, 
daughter and heir of Henry de Merke. Of this connection there was an 
only daughter, Aid i, or Albrida, who would have been heir to her grand- 
father, de Marke, were the marriage of Galfrid and R isa capable of proof 
(Inq. p. m., 54 Hen. III., No. 23), and it would seem that a marriage did 
take place between the two, as on the death of Alda, unmarried, in 1275, her 
granduncle, Andrew de Merke, was found to be her next heir (Inq. p. m., 
4 Edw. I., No. 3). This must have been a second marriage. 

* Though othergenealogists mention but one Oliverde Uinhamat this point, 
it appears to be not improbable that the pedigree in the text is correct, though 
the Inquisition post mortem of the first Oliver has not been found. He (if 
he it was) married Mary, the daughter of Hugh Courtenay of Hemington, 
in Somerset, which lands Mary held as dower in 1279 (Placit. de q. w., 
8 Edw. I , com. Somerset, Rot. 62). He was twenty-four years of age at the 
date of his father's Inquisition/^/ mortem in 1258, and did homage for his 
lands in Devon in the same year (Rot. Fin., 43 Hen. III., memb. 10, 
alias 2). 

f Oliver de Dinham, if not identical with the preceding, which seems 
improbable when it is remembered that Mary Courtenay was the wife of an 
Oliver de Dinham in 1279, and this Oliver de Dinham was the husband of 
Isabella de Vere in 1276, had grants of free warren in the counties of Corn- 
wall, Devon and Somerset in 1280-85 (Cal. Rot., Litt. Pat., 16 Rich. II., 
memb. 16). He was dead in 1298 (Rot. Orig., 27 Edw. I., Rot. 3). 

% The wife of Oliver de Dinham was Isabella, daughter of Hugh de Vere, 
4th Earl of Oxford, and widow of John de Courtenay, of Okehampton. 

Josce de Dinham was found to be twenty-four years and upwards in 
1298 (Inq. p. m., 27 Edw. I., No. 42), and did homage for the lands which 
his father had held in capite in the same year (Rot. Orig., 27 Edw. I., Rot 6). 
He died in 1300 when at his Inquisition post mortem, dower was assigned 
to his widow Margaret, and his son was found to be five years of age (Inq. 
p. m., 29 Edw. I., No. 56). 

|| John de Dinham was in the ward of the King for many years, and on 
attaining his majority he did homage, 18 Oct., 1316, for his father's lands 
(Pari. Writs., 10 Edw. II., pr. i., p. 535, No. 1). He died in 1332, leaving a 
widow, Margaret not Johanna, as in the text (Inq. p. m., 6 Edw. III., 
No. 59 and No. 7) who died in 1357 (Inq. p. m., 31 Edw. III., No. 43). 

U Sir Oliver de Dinham had a grant of the privilege of ' Infangnetheof ' 
within his manor of Sampford Peverell in 1336. (Rot. Litt. Pat., 10 Edw. III., 
pt. 2, memb. 34, a turgo). He married Johanna, who appears to have been 
a daughter of Guy de Brian, as in 1368 she granted her lands of Sampford 
and Aller Peverell to Guy de Brian, probably her brother, for the term of 
her life (Rot. Orig., 42 Edw. III., Rot. 33). Sir Oliver died in 1342, 
probably without issue (Inq. p. m., 16 Edw. III., No. 17). 



78 Note- Book of Tristram Ri scion. 

Margarete cepit in uxorem Joannam filiam domini Guidonis 
Brian, et habuere filium Johannem. 8. Johannes Dinham miles 
Dominus de Hertland habuit in uxorem Murielem unam 
filiarum et heredum* domini Thome Courtney militis et pro- 
creaverunt Johannem: obiit 5 Ricardi II. -f- 9. Johannes DinhamJ 
miles, cui dimidii hereditatis de Courtenay, et quarta pars 
patrimonii baronium de Mules obtigerit nupsit Elizabetham 
filiam domini Johannis Lovell, que peperit ei Johannem et 
Phelippam nuptam Thome Beamont militis. Nupsit etiam 
dictus dominus Johannes Matildem filiam et coheredem Johannis 
Matravers de Hooke, militis, sed ipsa obiit sine prole, [1428]. 
10. Johannes Dinham || miles cepit in sponsam Janam filiam et 
heredem domini Ricardi Arches militis, ex quibus exiit 
Dominus Johannes Dinham baro magnus thesaurarius Anglie, 
et quatuor filie, videlicet Elizabeta primo nupta Fulconi 
Bourchier domino Fitzwarren et secundo Johanni Sapcotes 
militia Margareta nupta Nicholao Carew militi, Katerina 
nupta Johanni Arondell de Lanhern militi, et Joanna nupta 
Johanni domino Zouch.l 

Johannes dominus Dinham habuit in uxorem Elizabethan! 
viduam [Johannis] Ratclyff [militis] filiam et heredem domini 
FitzWater, que peperit ei Henricum qui obiit infans. Hoc modo 
tota hereditas istius familie partita fuit inter sorores predictas. 
Quarum posteritas de Carew et Zouch partes suas vendiderit. 
Comes Bathonie qui heres est Elizabethe, et Johannes Arondell 

* She was the sister and co-heir of Hugh, and daughter of Sir Thomas 
de Courtenay ; her sister Margaret was the other co-heir. Muriel was dead 
in 1369, when her share of the Courtenay estate, including Kingskarswell, 
in Devon, and Overton in Oxford, were assigned to her son John (Rot. 
Orig., 43 Edw. III., Rot. 11). 

f His Inquisition post mortem was in 1382 (Inq. p. m., 6 Rich. II., 
No. 28). 

\ Sir John de Dinham had a confirmation of the privileges granted in 
Buckland and Hartland to his ancestors GaUrid and Oliver de Dinham 
(Rot. Litt. Pat., 16 Ric. II., memb. 16), and was dead in 1428 (Inq. p. m., 
7 Hen. VI., No. 56). 

An inquisition taken in 1405 shows that Matilda, wife of Sir John 
Dinham, Kt., was dead at that date (Inq. p. m., 7 Hen. IV., No. 24). 
Philippa, and not Elizabeth, seems to have been the Christian name of 
the daughter of Sir John Lovell, but there is some little confusion with 
regard to the wives of this John de Dinham which we have been unable to 
clear up. 

]| Sir John de Dinham was dead in 1457 (Inq. p. m., 36 Hen. VI., No. 39). 
He had two brothers, Charles and Roger, mentioned as heirs in remainder 
to the Courtenay estates already referred to (Rot. Pat., 3 Edw. IV., pt. 3, 
memb. 10) ; they seem to have died without issue. 

1 The daughters were Elizabeth, wife of Fulke Bourchier, Lord Fitzwarren, 
and perhaps afterwards of Sir John Sapcote ; Joan, wife of John, Lord 
Zouche ; Margaret, wife of Sir John Carew, of Mohun's Ottery ; and 
[Catherine, wife of Sir Thomas Arundel, of Lanherne. 



The Feudal Baronies of Devon and their Holders. 79 

de Lanhern heres Katarine, porciones suas retinent ad hunc 
diem. 

Their ar divers landes within the county of Devon, which are 
held of divers honors which are not of this County but within 
Cornwall, as of Tremeton and Launceston, now honors of the 
Duchy, Cardynan in Cornwall, Marshwood in Dorcetshire, 
unto which apperteyne many tenures within Devonshire, Stowey 
in Somersetshire, Stokecurcy in Somersetshire, Worle in 
Somersetshire, Dunster in Somersetshire, Dundene in Somerset- 
shire, Odecomb in Somersetshire. 

Unto all these pertayne diverse and severall tenures in 
Devonshire. 



THE EARLS, NOBLES AND SHERIFFS OF 
DEVONSHIRE. 

(Pages 179187 : 247258.) 



COMITES DEVONLE. 
Arms : Or, a lion rampant, azure. 



REX HENRICUS primus Ricardum de Redvers sive de 
Ripariis in comitem Devonie creavit, eique tercium 
denarium annui redditus dicti comitatus ei inter alia 
multa donavit. Tota quidem valuacio exitus qui 
tunc temporis ad regem pertinebat, tocius hujus comitatus ad 30 
marcas annui valoris extendebatur. 

Baldwinus successit Ricardo patri, et Baldwino Ricardus 
Alius et Ricardo Baldwinus filius, cui Ricardus frater. 

Baldwino vero et Ricardo filiis Ricardi sine prole defunctis, 
Willelmus advunculus eorum dictus de Vernona comes Devonie 
est, et super Mabiliam comitis Mellenti filiam genuit Baldwinum 
Mariam nuptam Roberto Courtenay, et Joannam Willelmo 
Briwer juniori, que mortua est sine exitu. Baldwinus vero 
suscepit Baldwinum filium. Baldwinus hie Comes Devonie 
procreavit Baldwinum ultimum de Ripariis comitem, et 
Isab^llam uxorem Willelmo Comiti Albermarlie hec post 
mortem fratris sui Baldwini comitissa Devonie et Albemarlie 
est, et sine liberis moriebatur Anno Domini 1293. 

Ergo Hugonem Courteney Edwardus III. in comitem 
creavit, fuit enim proximus sanguine, ut filius Hugonis filii 
Johannis filii Marie filie WilJelmi de Vernon Comitis Devonie. 
Et obiit Anno Domini 1339. Genuit autem ex Agneta filia 
domini St. John Hugonem tercium ejus nominis, et secundum 
ex familia Courteneyorum qui comes erat Devonie. Sed quia 
in titulo de Okhamton totum hoc stemma explanare proposui, 
solummodo Comites Devonie hoc in loco memorabo, nisi quod 
quicquid ad jus illius honoris pertinere videatur leviter tangere 
oportet. 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire. 8 1 

Hugo iste III., secundus istius nominis Comes Devonie 
multos habuit per Margaretam de Bohun filios et filias, sed duos 
tantum filios commemmorabo Edwardum,* videlicet Comitem 
Devonie et Philippum Courteney militem, ex quo prosapia 
Courtneiorum que nunc est profluxerit. 

Edvvardus Courtneiorum Comes quartus-f* habuit exitus 
Edwardum et Hugonem ; ad cujus posteros honor istius Comi- 
tatus transfertur. 

EdwardusCourtneyiorum Comes quintus % Hugonem quartum 
genuit. Iste Hugo Courtenayorum comes sextus procreavit 
Thomam. 

Thomas vero habuit tres filios et unam filiam nomine 
Joannam. 

Filii vero illius Thomas Comes Devonie Eboraci capite 
plexus est, et septimo anno post Henricus Comes Devonie|| 
frater ejus eadem pena Sarisburie mulctatus est. Johannes 
Courteney tercius frater dominum Lancastrensem partem sequitus 
est, et nomen comitis sibi assumpsit apud Tewkesbery occisus 
cecidit. 

Joanna soror eorum Rogero Clifford enupta habuit filium 
Carolum, extra quatuor juaria, in transmarinis partibus natum. 

Postea Edvvardus quartus rex in injuriam familiae Court- 
neiorum Humfridum Stafford de Southwick hoc titulo honoravit, 
verum ipse favorem principis, honorem hanc, et vitam cito post 
amisit. Apud Brigwater decollatus fuit. Henricus vero septimus 
cum regnum acquivisset memor istius familie Edwardum Court- 
ney proximum masculum heredem ad nunc honorem ereperit, et 
Willelmum filium suum cum nupciis Katerine Edwardi IV. regis 
filie et Elizabethe uxoris ejus sororis honoravit. 

Willelmus successit Edwardo patri, ex quo exiit Henricus. 

Iste tanti fuerit apud Henricum VIII. ut eum Marchionem 
Exonie creavit, et regni successorem nominabit. Sed fortuna 
hominem deridens cito ilium in humum prostravit, et capite 
truncavit. 

Edvvardus tamen Courtenay filius dicti Henrici per Mariam 
reginam in integrum restitutus est, sed post longam incar- 
ceracionem libertatis sue minus prudens, ad exteras partes se 
disposuit, et Pattavii in Italia morbo vita privatus est. Et 
quamvis nomen hoc, et familia in tercio et proximo stemmate 
virescit, tamen honor hie et titulus in cinere jacuit, donee rex 

* Edward Courtenay died before his father, leaving a son, Edward, who 
succeeded his grandfather as Earl of Devon. 

t This was the third Earl. 

% This person was never Earl of Devon, as he predeceased his father in 
1418 without issue. 

This is Hugh, fourth Earl of Devon, son of Edward, the third Earl. 

|| His brother's attainder prevented his succession to the Earldom. 

6 



82 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Jacobus Carolum dominum Mountjoy Comitem Devonie creavit. 
Sed paululum temporis hoc gaudebat, nam infra binos annos 
moriebatur sine successore .* Et contencio orta est quis sibi sit in 
sanguine proximus heres. Et ambo isti et Stafford et Mountjoy 
non per dissensum et jure hereditario in hunc comitatum intrusi, 
brevi tempore, et cum ignominia gaudebant : primus enim 
tergum vertens et cum multo timore prelium apud [Edgecote] 
fugiens quacito comes factus et per mandatum regis Edwardi IV. 
apud [Bridgwater] in comitatu Sumerset inter amicos et servos 
in comitatu ubi natus et educatus fuerat capite truncatus est. 
Alter quoque alterius uxorem sibi conjunxit, et prolem illicitam 
in totam hereditatem suam vocavit, et sic conspurcatam sui 
memoriam posteris reliquit. 



NOBILES DEVONIE INHABITANTES. 

Preter Comites illos Devon ienses multi magni honoris et 
generis nobiles hunc comitatum habitavere, quos suo ordine tem- 
poris (prout possum) memorabo. 

Reginaldus Comes Cornubie sub Henrico II. has partes et 
hunc comitatum multum gubernavit. 

Galfridus de Maundevill castellarius Exonie factus est per 
regem Henricum primum et hie habitacionem suam posuit, et 
multa latifundia et terras posteritati sue reliquit infra hunc 
comitatum et etiam baroniam de Marshwood in agro Dor- 
cetensi. 

Willelmus Briwer baro a consiliis secretis Ricardo primo, et 
Johanni fratri ejus regibus Anglie hie in Devonia sedem et habi- 
tacionem posuit apud Torr. Et postea in eodem loco Abbathiam 
fundavit. 

Willelmus Briwer baro filius predicti Willelmi in hoc comi- 
tatu sub Henrico tercio habitavit. 

Robertus fitz Martin dominus de Dertington ibidem sedem 
habuit tempore Henrici I. et quamvis ipsi, et multi successorum 
Baronum etiam de Ceamoys in Wallia quandoque inhabitaverunt, 
ut se defenderent contra Wallensium incursiones, tamen in hoc 
comitatu plerumque stacionem fecere. 

Barones de Toriton ejus quoque nominis continuam com- 
memoracionem suam hie degebant a primis Normannicis tem- 
poribus usque ad tempus Henrici III. cum dispargita fuerat ilia 
baronia inter quinque sorores ultimi baronis filias. 

Nicolaus de Pola, Mauricius de Pola, et Willelmus de Pola 
temporibus Henrici I., Stephani, Henrici II. et Ricardi I. Anglie 
regum in hoc comitatu sedem habuerunt. Quorum ultimus in 

* He died April 3, 1606. 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire. S3 

terram sanctam cum Ricardo rege proficiscebatur et inter 
barones suos numeratur. Alii duo in cartis suis ut barones se 
scribunt. 

Familia ilia (Pomeray) barones de Byry olim fuere, et 
magni honoris homines in primis Normannorum temporibus 
donee Henricus de la Pomeray montem Sancti Michaelis contra 
regem Ricardum I. armato milite tenuit, a quo tempore per 
gradus magnitudo eorum continua serie debilitata est. 

Nomen de Tracy in hoc tractu multo splendore emicuit et 
habuit tempore Henrici II. barones suds Oliverum et Willelmum, 
filium suum qui unus fuerat eorum qui Thomam Becket Can- 
tuariensem archiepiscopum interemit sub dicto rege, et postea 
privatam vitam egit usque ad mortem suam, reliquit autem 
unicam filiam Gervasio de Courtenay nuptam cui peperit Willel- 
mum qui suscepit nomen de Tracy, a quo per filium Oliverum 
exiit Dominus Henricus Tracy qui vixit usque ad finem regni 
regis Henrici III. 

COURTENEY. Familia de Courteney barones de Okeham- 
ton fuere ab Reginaldo ad Hugonem de Courteney secundum 
qui [8] Anno Edwardi III. comitatum Devonie obtinuit, et sic 
minor in majori latuit honor : nam postea comites Devonie 
nominati sunt. 

Tempore regis Edwardi I. preter prenominati barones de 
Courteney, Oliverus Dinham, Galfridus Camvill, Matheus filius 
Johannis, Willelmus Martyn, Johannes Muleis inhabitantes hunc 
comitatum ad parliamenta vocati fuere. 

Tempore Edwardi II. Hugo Courteney, Galfredus Camvill, 
Willelmus Martyn, Rogerus Mules, Petrus de Vuedall, qui Mar- 
garetam uxorem Josei Dinham desponsaverat, Thomas Arch- 
deacon, Serlo Nansladron, et Henricus Tyes. 

Tempore Edwardi III. preter Courteneyum et Martynum, 
Jacobus dominus Audelegh qui Martino successit, Johannes 
Willinton et Henricus Willington, Petrus Vuedall, Nicolaus 
Mules, Thomas Mounthermer, dominus de Stokenham, Willel- 
mus Botreaux, Nicolaus dominus St. Maur, Guido de Brian, 
Johannes de Montacut qui successit Thome Mounthermer. 

Tempore Regis Ricardi II. iste barones Devoniam inhabi- 
taverunt nel habitacionem illic habuerunt. Johannes dominus 
Montacut de Stokenham postea comes Sarum, Jacobus domi- 
nus Audelegh et post mortem ejus Nicolaus dominus Audelegh 
filius suus, Guido de Brian, Willelmus dominus Botreaux, 
Ricardus dominus St. Maur, Johannes Holland, dux Exonie, 
Regis frater uterinus. 

Tempore regis Henricus IV. Ricardus, dominus St. Maur, 
Willelmus, dominus Bonvill, Fulco, dominus Fitzwarren, Guido, 
dominus Brian, Willelmus, dominus Botreaux, Edwardus, Comes 
Devonie, Thomas Beaufort, dux Exonie. 

62 



84 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Tempore Regis Henrici V. Fulco dominus Fitzwarren r 
Willelmus, dominus Bonvill. 

Tempore Regis Henrici VI. Willelmus, Dominus Bonvill, 
Thomas Brooke, dominus Cobham, cui successit eodem tempore, 
Edwardus, dominus Cobham, filius suus, Willelmus dominus 
Harrington filius Willelmi Bonvill militis, filii Willelmi domini 
Bonvil, Thomas Courtenay, Comes Devonie, Johannes Holland, 
dux Exonie, Henry Holland, dux Exonie, filius Johannis. 

Tempore regis Edwardi IV. Willelmus Bourchier, dominus 
Fitzwarren, Thomas Courtenay, Comes Devonie, Henricus 
Hollond, dux Exonie et Johannes, dominus Dinham. 

Tempore regis Ricardi III. Thomas Gray, marchio 
Dorsetie. 

Tempore regis Henrici VII. Thomas Gray, marchio Dorcetie, 
Fulco Bourchier, dominus Fitzwarren, Johannes dominus Denham 
thesaurarius Anglie, Edwardus Comes Devonie. 

Tempore regis Henrici VIII. Johannes dominus Fitz- 
warren, qui anno regni dicti regis [28] Comes Bathonie creatus 
est. Johannes dominus Russell, Henricus Stafford, comes 
Wiltes, qui nupserit Ceciliam, viduam Thome Gray, marchionis 
Dorcetie, Willelmus, Comes Devonie, Henricus, marchio Exonie, 
filius Willelmi. 

Tempore regis Edwardi VI. Johannes, dominus Russell, 
creatus comes Bedfordie, Henricus Gray, marchio Dorsetie, et 
dux Suffolcie. 

Tempore Regine Marie Johannes comes Bathonie, Johannes 
comes Bedfordie, Edwardus Comes Devonie. 

Tempore Regine Elizabethe Willelmus comes Bathonie, 
Franciscus comes Bedfordie. 

Tempore Regis Jacobi Georgius dominus Carrew, ex antiqua 
ilia Careworum familia originem trahens domum suam habet 
apud Upton Hilion. 



THE SHERIFES OF THIS COUNTYE OF DEVON SITHENS 
THE CONQUEST* 

William, Duke of Normandy, after his Conquest made over 
England made Baldwyn de Sap Hereditary Sherif of Devon, 
which held the same during his lief, and the like did Richard 

* An account of the Sheriffs of Devon is commenced in Latin on p. 181. 
It is as follows : 

Vice Comites Devonie. 

Rex Willelmus primus Baldwinum de Sapi Vicecomitem Devonie instituit 
et concessit sibi et heredibus suis, cui successit Ricardus filius, et omnes 
posteri, usque ad Johannem de Courtenay, tempore Henrici III. fuere vice- 
comites. Qui rex resumpsit in manus suas hoc officium, et fecit annuale, 
sicut ut hodie. 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire. 85 

his sonne after him. Adelis, the sister of Richard, and daughter 
of Baldwyn, held the same place and stiled her Vicecomitissa 
Devonie. After the death of Alice, or Adelice, King Henry II. 
placed the sherifes, which were as heere followe : 

Galfride de Furnell, or Furneaux, sherif the first yeere of 
Henry II. 

Richard de Redvers, erl of Devon, sherif the 2 and 3 yeeres. 

William de Boterelles, sherif the 4 yeere, and 5 yeere and 
6 yeere. 

Hugh de Ralegh, sherif the 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 
yeeres. 

Robert Fitz Bernard, sherif the 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 
yeeres. 

Reginald, erl of Cornwall, sherif the 19, 20. 

William RufTus, sherif the 21. 

Eustachius Fitz Stephan, sherif the 22 yeere. 

William RufTus, sherif the 23 yeere. 

Hugh de Gund[eville], sherif the 24 and 25 yeeres. 

William de Brigwere, sherif the 26, and soe contynewed 
unto the latter end of the raigne of King Henry the Second. 

RlCARDUS I. 

William de Bocland, sherif of Devon and Cornwall the r, 2, 
3, 4 and 5 yeeres of King Richard. 

Henry Furnell, or Furneaux, sherif the 7 yeere. 

Richard Rivell, Sherif the 8 yeere, and soe contynewed 
sherif of Devon unto th'end of the raigne of King Richard. 

Alan de Furnell, or Furneaux, was sherif of Cornwall 
during the same tyme. 

John. 

1. William de Wrotham, sherif of Devon, and John de 

Toriton of Cornwall. 

2. Osbert Fitzvvilliam, sherif of Devon, and Hugh Bardolph 

of Cornwall. 

3. Ralph de Mora, sherif of Devon, and Richard Flemyng 

of Cornwall. 



Inveni tamen quod Willelmus Briwer tenuit vicecomitatem aliquatulum 
temporis. 

Et quod Robertus de Veteri Ponte fuerat quoque vicecomes Devonie cujus 
locum Eudo de Bellocampo sustinuit temporis regis Johannis. 

Sed postquam rex comitatum in manus suas recepit, de huic nemo preter 
annum hunc officium retinuit, nisi per specialem ordinacionem magno 
quoque sigillo sigiilata. Et quod manifestius appareat quoad mei posse est, 
nomina omnium vicecomitum a tempore quo primum hec annualis ordinacio 
facta est, ad hoc usque tempus inseram, et in proprio succedente loco 
ponam. 

Radulphus de Mora Vicecomes fuit Devonie pro Willelmo Briwer in . . . 



86 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

4. The same Raph and Richard sherifes of Devon and 

Cornwall. 

5. Ralph de Mora, William Brigwere. 

6. William Brigwer. 

7. William Brigwere. 

8. William Brigwere. 

9. Willelmus, dominus Brigwer, sherif of Devon. 

10. William, Lord Brigwer, sherif of Devon. 

11. William Lord Brigwer, sherif, and Raph de Mora in his 

place. 

12. Robert Vepont and Eudo Bechamp in his place. 

13. Robert Vepont, 

14. Robert Vepont. 

15. Robert Vepont and Eudo Bechamp in his steede. 

16. Eudo de Bechamp.* 

17. Eudo Bechamp for Robert Vepont. 

Henry III. 

2. Walter de Bathon. 

3. Robert, Lord Courtenay, Robert le Bastard in his steed. 

4. Robert, Lord Courtenay. 

5. Robert, Lord Courtenay. 

6. William de Puteo. 

7. Walter Le Pohier. 

8. Walter Le Pohier. 

9. William, Lord Brigwer, and Roger Langford in his 

steede. 
10, 11. William Ralegh. 
12, 13. Roger la Zouch, and Raph Clerk in his steede. 

14. Thomas de Cirencester. 

15. Roger la Zouch. and Raph Clerk for him. 

16. [Thomas de Cirencester : Thomas de la Wyle custos.] 

17. Peter de Rivallio. 

18. Robert de Vallibus. 

19. Nicolas de Mules. 

20. Nicolas de Mules. 

21. Walter de Bathon, sherif from this 12 [*>., 21] unto the 

35 of Henry III. 
36. Raph Cornu. 

36. William Englefield, sherif unto the 39. 
39. Raph de Willinton. 

* Eudo de Beauchamp was succeeded in the shrievalty by Henry de La 
Pomeray and John de Erlegh, who were appointed by writ dated May 13, 
1214 (Rot. Litt. Pat., 16 John, pt. 1, memb. 2), and they were succeeded 
August 13, 1215, by Robert de Courtenay (Rot. Litt. Pat., 17 John, 
memb. 17). 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire. 87 

40. Gervais de Horton, and Henry, his sonne and heire. 

41. The same. 

42. Raph de Willinton. 

43. William de Cirencester. 
44, 45. Raph de Doddescomb. 

46. John de Mucegros, unto the 50 of Henry III., sherif of 
Devon. 

50. Gervais de Horton. 

51. John de Mucegros. 

52. Raph de Esse. 

53. William de Bicklegh. 

54. William Prous. 

55. John Wiger. 

56. Thomas de Pyn. 

Edward I. 

1. Thomas de Pynne. 

2. John Wiger. 

3. Thomas Pynne. 

4. Mathew de Furneaux. 

5. Mathew de Egleshull. 

6. Thomas de Pynne. 
7, 8. Warin de Sachville. 

9, 10. Thomas de Pynne. 

11. Robert Beaudyn. 
12, 13. Thomas de Pynne. 
14. The same Thomas. 
15. Robert de Wodeton. 
16, 17. Mathew Fitz John, Lord of Stokenham. 

18. Walter de Bathon [Matthew Fitz John was Sheriff 18 
Edw. I.]. 
19, 20. Thomas de Scobbahull. 

21. Mathew Fitz John. 

22. Thomas de Scobbahull. 

23. Gilbert de Knovill, sherif of Devon unto the 29 yeere of 

Edward I. 
29. Thomas de Ralegh, of Ralegh, unto the 35 of Edward I. 

sherif of Devon. 
35. Raph de Gorges. 

Edward II. 

1. Thomas de Ralegh, Kt. 

2, 3. Nicolas Kirkham, Kt. 

4, 5. Mathew Furneaux. 

6. Peter Gaveston. 

7. Mathew Furneaux. 



88 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

8. Mathew Furneaux, and Robert Horton. 
9, io. Mathew Clivedon, 

ii. Mathew Clivedon, and Robert Beaudyn. 

12. Robert Beaudyn. 

13. John Bigbery. 

14. Robertus Beady n and Nicolas Cheyney. 

15. [Nicholas de Cheigni, John Inge and Matthew de Crowe 

thorne.] 

16. [Matthew de Crowethorne] . 

17. Mathew Crawthorn. 

18. Walter de Bathon. 

19. James Cokinton. 

20. Henry Tirrell. 

Edward III. 

1. James de Cokinton [and before him Roger Rodde]. 

2. William de Chiverston [and William de Fauconberg]. 

3. [William de Fauconberg.] 

4. William de Faconberg. 

5. [Matthew de Crawthorn.] 

6. Mathew de Crawthorn [Reginald de Montfort was Sherift 

in this year]. 

7. Reginald de Montfort. 

8, 9. William de Albimarle [Hildebrand de London was Sheriff 
9 Edw. III.]. 
io, 11. John Chiddelegh. [Peter de Veal was sheriff 10 Edw. III. 

He was also Sheriff 11 Edw. III.] 
12, 13. John Ralegh, of Beaudport, Kt. 
14, 15. John Ralegh, of Charneys. 

16. Henry Tirrell. 

17. William Pipard. 

18. Walter de Horton. 

19, 20. Henry Tirrell. [John de Chiverston was Sheriff 19 
Edw. III.] 

21. Raph Brit, and Raph Beapell, Kt. 
22, 23. Almarick Fitzwarren, and the 24. 

25. Robert At Hach. 
26, 27. William Auncell. 

28. John Northcot, and William Auncell, and Richard Cham- 

bernon. 

29. Richard Chambernon. 
30, 31. John Dabernon. 

32. William Yeo. 
33, 34. Richard Braunscomb, and the 35 yeeres. 

36. Almarick Fitzwarren. 

37. Martin Fissacre. 

38. William de Brightlegh. 

39. John Boys. 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire. 89 

40. William Servington. 
41, 42. Richard Branscomb and John Ralegh of Charneis. 

43. Thomas Chambernon. 

44. Thomas de Afton. 

45. Thomas Chambernon. 

46. Nicolas Whiting. 

47. Richard Chuselden. 

48. John Damarle and Nicolas Pomeray. 

49. Richard Branscomb and William Ashthorp. 

50. Nicolas de La Pomeray. 

51. John Ralegh. 


Richard II. 

1. John Damarle. 

2. John Fitz Payn. 

3. John Strech. 

4. Walter Cornu. . 

5. Richard Chambernon. 

6. Waryn Ercedecne. 

7. William Ashthorp. 

8. James Chidley, Kt. 

9. William Whitelegh. 

10. Richard Chambernon. 

11. John Pawlet. 

12. Nicolas Kirkham. 

13. William Bonvill, Kt. 

14. William Carmyno. 

15. John Grenville. 

16. Thomas Ralegh. 

17. Thomas Brooke. 

18. John Grenvile, Kt. 

19. William Ferrers. 

20. William Malherb. 

21. Thomas Peyner. 

22. William Beamond. 

Henry IV. 

1. John Keynes. 

2. Thomas Pomeray. 

3. John Herle and John Wike. 
4, 5. Thomas Gorges. 

6. John Cole. 

7. John Chiselden. 

8. Edmond Pyne. 

9. William Cheyney, Kt. 

10. Thomas Pomeray. 

11. Robert Challons, Kt. 

12. Thomas Pomeray. 



go Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Henry V. 

1. [John Arondell, Kt.] 

2. John Arondell, Kt. 

3. John Beavill. 

4. William Talbot. 

5. Stephan Dernford and John Talbot. 

6. Hugh Courtenay. 

7. Thomas Beamond. 
8, 9. Robert Challons. 



Henry VI. Aug. 31, 1422. 

1. Thomas Beamond. 

2. William Bonville. 

3. Richard Hankford. 

4. Thomas Brooke. 

5. William Bamfield, Kt. 

6. Thomas Beamond. 

7. Thomas Beamond and Robert Hiile. 

8. James Chidley. 

9. John Bozum. 

10. Edward Pomeray. 

11. Edmond Pyne, of Branford Pine. 

12. John Cheyney, of Pinho. 

13. Thomas Bonvill. Thomas Stowell. 

14. Roger Chambernon. 

15. Thomas Beamond. 

16. Thomas Arondell. 

17. James Chidley. 

18. William Bechamp, Kt. 

19. Robert Burton. 

20. William Wadham. 

21. Richard Yard. 

22. John Cheyney, of Pinho. 

23. John Blewet. 

24. Nicolas Broughton. 

25. Henry Fortescu. 

26. Thomas Budokeside. 

27. Hugh Stukeley. 

28. James Chidley. 

29. Robert Burton. 

30. Edward Hull. 

31. Henry Fortescu. 

32. John Cheyney, of Pinho. 

33. Richard Halse. 

34. Andrew Hillerisdon. 

35. Edward Langford. 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire, 9 i 

36. John Nan fan. 

37. Richard Halse. 

38. Baldwyn Fulford. 

39. John Dinham. 



Edward IV. March 4, 1461. 

1. John Dinham. 
2, 3. John Cheyney, of Pinho. 

4. Richard Chichester. John Chichester. 

5. John Arondell. 

6. Christofer Worseley. 

7. William Dennys. 

8. Phillip Beamont. 

9. Richard Chichester. 

10. Nicolas Carew. 

11. Phillip Courtenay, Kt. 

12. Phillip Copleston. 

13. John Cheyney, of Pinho. 

14. Richard Pomeray. 

15. Richard Chichester. 

16. Otho Gilbard. 

17. Charles Dinham. 

18. John Sapcot. 

19. Edward Courtenay. 

20. Halnathey Maleverer. 

21. Robert Willoughby, Kt. 

22. Giles Dawbeney, Kt. 
William Courtenay. 

Richard III. 



1. William Courtenay. 

2. Halnathey Maleverer. 

3. Thomas Maleverer, and John Halwell, Kt. 

Henry VII. 

1. John Halwell, Kt. 

2. Richard Edgcomb, Kt. 

3. Robert Willoughby, Kt. 

4. Roger Holland. 

5. John Halwell, Kt. 

6. William Stonar, Kt. 

7. Walter Enderby. 

8. Richard Pomeray, Kt. 

9. Roger Holland. 

10. Peter Edgcomb, Kt. 



92 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

ii. John Fortescu. 

12. William Carew, Kt. 

13. Peter Edgcomb, Kt. 

14. Roger Holland. 

15. James Chidley. 

16. Richard Whitley. 

17. Nicolas Wadham. 

18. Richard Halwell. 

19. John Fortescu. 

20. William Marwood. 

21. John Kirkham, Kt. 

22. John Fortescu. 

23. Thomas Dennys. 

24. Thomas Dennys. 

Henry VIII. 

Thomas Dennys, Esq. 

1. John Crocker, Esq. 

2. Richard Coffin. 

3. Thomas Goodman. 

4. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

5. William Carew, Kt. 

6. Nicolas Wadham, Kt. 

7. John Shilston, Kt. 

8. John Speke, Kt. 

9. Peter Edgcomb, Kt. 

10. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

1 1. Raph Pexsall, Esq. 

12. Thomas Stukeley, Esq. 

13. William Courtenay, Kt. 

14. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

15. John Kirkham, Kt. 

16. John Basset, Kt. [of Umberleigh]. 

17. William Courtenay, Kt. 

18. Phillip Chambernon, Esq. 
15. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

20. Peter Edgcomb, Kt. 

21. John Chammond. 

22. George St. Liger, Kt. 

23. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

24. Richard Grenvile, Kt. 

25. William Courtenay, Kt. 

26. John Fulford, Kt. 

27. Hugh Pollard, Kt. 

28. George Carew, Kt. 

29. Richard Pollard, Esq. 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire. 93 

30. John Chammond, Kt. 

31. Hugh Pollard, Kt. 

32. John Fulford, Kt. 

33. Hugh Pawlet, Kt. 

34. George Carew, Kt. 

35. Richard Edgcomb, Kt. 

36. Hugh Stukeley, Esq. [Sheriff 10 July, 1545 37 

Henry VIII.] 

37. Hugh Pollard, Kt. 

38. Peter Carew, Kt. 

Edward VI. 
1. Peter Carew, Kt. 

1. Gawen Carew. 

2. Peter Courtenay. 

3. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

4. John Chichester. 

5. Richard Chidley. 

6. Richard Edgcomb, Kt. 

Mary. 

1. Ricardus Edgcomb, Kt. 

1. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

2. James Courtenay. 

3. Richard Cary. 

4. John Fulford, Kt. 

5. Robert Dennys, Kt. 

6. Thomas Southcot. 

Elizabeth. 



1. Arthur Champernon, Kt. 

2. John Sainliger, Kt. 

3. Christofer Copleston. 

4. Richard Fortescu. 

5. Richard Duke. 

6. Thomas Munke. 

7. Peter Edgcomb. 

8. Lewis Stukeley. 

9. Robert Dennys, Kt. 

10. William Stroode. 

11. John Mallet. 

12. [Thomas Southcote.] 

13. John Parker. 

14. John Gilbard, Kt. 

15. Thomas Carew, of Haccomb. 



94 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

1 6. Arthur Basset, Kt. 

17. John Fulford, Kt. 

18. Richard Bamfild. 

19. John Chichester. 

20. Roger Prideaux. 

21. William Courtney, Kt. 

22. John Clifton, Kt. 

23. John Fitz. 

24. John Fortescu. 

25. Edward Seamor, Kt. 

26. Richard Reynell and Humfry Speccot. 

27. Humfry Speccot. 

28. William Kirkham. 

29. George Cary, of Clavelley. 

30. Hugh Pollard. 

31. William Carew, of Haccomb. 

32. Thomas Ridgway. 

33. Henry Rolle. 

34. Richard Champernon. 

35. William Strode. 

36. Thomas Dennys, Kt. 

37. Edward Seamor. 

38. William Walrond. 

39. John Copleston. 

40, 41. Henry Rolle, in the 40 yeere succeeded William For- 
tescu, after his death. 

42. Thomas Ridgway. 

43. Edmond Parker. 

44. Thomas Heale. 

45. William Pole, Ar. 

James I. 



1. William Pole, Ar., of Colcomb. 

2. Amias Bamfild, Kt., of Poltymor. 

3. John Drake, Ar., of Ash. 

4. Edward Seamor, of Bery Pomeray. 

5. William Abbot, Ar., of Hartland. 

6. Robert Rolle, Ar., of Heanton. 

7. John Akeland, Kt., of Culm John. 

8. William Crymes, Ar., of Bukland Monachorum. 

9. Hugh Akeland, Ar., of Akland. 

10. Thomas Wise, Miles, of Sidenham. 

11. Edwardus Giles, Miles, of Deane. 

12. Georgius Smyth, Miles, of Matford. 

13. Johannes Speccot, Miles, of Thornbiry. 

14. John GirTard, de Halesbiry, Ar. 



The Earls, Nobles and Sheriffs of Devonshire, 95 

15. George Southcot, Kt., of Stokflemyng. 

16. Thomas Heale, of Fleete Daverell, Ar. 

17. Warwick Heale, Kt., of Wemworthy. 

18. Christopher Savery, of Shilston. 

19. Samson Heale, of Knaton, Ar. 

20. Edmond Parker, of Burrington. 

21. Edmond Fortescu, of Fallopytt. 

22. Henry Tothill, of Peamore. 

23. Symon Leach e, of Cadley. 



King Charles. 

1. Symon Leache, of Cadley, Kt. 

2. Nycolas Fry, of Yarty, Esq. 

3. John Northcot, of Crediton. 

4. Walter Younge, of Coliton. 

5. Henry Rowswell, of Ford, Kt. 

6. John Davy, of Newhovvse. 

7. Henry Ashford, of Ashford. 

8. Edmund Arscot. 

9. Frances Drake, of Bukland, Baronet.* 

* The list of Sheriffs should be compared, as regards those from 31 
Henry I. to 4 Edward III., with the list published in the Thirty-first Report 
of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, Appendix, p. 278. Though the 
two lists differ in important respects, that of Risdon should not be taken as 
always incorrect, as is shown by the note with reference to Eudo de Beau- 
champ on p. 86, ante. The list was printed in an extended form to 1809 
in Risdon's Survey, and was carefully completed to 1891 by the late Mr. 
Winslow Jones in Notes and Gleanings, vol. iv., p. 61. Eds. 



PEERS, BARONETS AND KNIGHTS 

HOLDING LANDS IN DEVON, 

WITH THEIR ARMS. 

EDWARD III. CHARLES I. 

(Pages 296302 ; 306, 310, 316, 320, 325, 356, 357, 360, 361, 364, 366, 

367 [at foot].) 



Knightes possessed of landes in Devonshire during 
the raigne of King Edward III. 

HUGH COURTENAY, Erl of Devon : Or, three 
roundels gules, a label of three points azure. 
Hugh Courtenay, his sonne, Erl of 
DEVON : Or, three roundels gules, a label of three 
points azure. 

James, Lord Audelegh of Dertington and Bar- 
stable : Gules, fretty or. 

John, Lord Mules : Argent, two bars, and in chief three 
roundels gules. 

William, Lord Zouch of Totenays, Ob. 26 Edward III. : 
Gules, twelve bezants, five, four, two and one, a canton ermine. 

Henry Pomeray, of Byry: Or, a lion rampant gules, a 
bordure engrailed sable. 

Henry Pomeray, his sonne : Or, a lion rampant gules, a 
bordure engrailed sable. 

Richard Cogan, of Baunton, Ob. 2 Edward III.: Gules, 
three oak-leaves argent. 

Thomas, Lord Monthermer, of Stokenham : Or, an 
eagle displayed vert. 

Nicolas Dauney, of Norton Dauney, Ob. 17 Ed- 
ward III.: Argent, on a bend cotised azure, three cinque- 
foils or. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 97 

John Dauney, his sonne, Ob. 22 Edward III.: Argent, 
on a bend cotised azure, three cinquefoils or. 

Jeffrey Cornwall, of Nymeton Rogus, Ob. 19 Ed- 
ward III. : Ermine, a lion rampant gules crowned or, a bordure 
sable charged with eight bezants. 

Nicolas, Lord St. Maur, of Northmolton : Argent, 
two chevronels gules, a label of three points vert. 

John, Lord Cantilup, of Hempston : Azure, three 
leopards' faces jessant-de-lys or. 

John Willinton, Lord of Umberlegh, died 19 Ed- 
ward III. : Gules, a saltire vair. 

Raph Willinton, his Sonne, Obiit sine prole 22 Ed- 
ward III. : Gules, a saltire vair. 

Richard, Lord St. Maur, sonne of Nicolas : Argent, 
two chevronels gules, a label of three points vert. 

William, Lord Zouch, grandsonne of William, 
Lord Zouch : Gules, eleven bezants, four, four, two and one, a 
canton ermine. 

Henry, sonne of Henry Willington \ Gules, a saltire 
vair. 

John, sonne of Henry II. Willinton : Gules, a saltire 
vair. 

Reginald Willinton : Gules, a saltire vair. 

Hugh Courtenay i. sonne of Hugh, Erl of Devon : 
Or, three roundels gules, a label of three points azure. 

Edward Courtenay 2. sonne of Hugh, Erl of 
Devon : Or, three roundels gules, a label of three points 
azure. 

William Fissacre, of Combfissacre : Sable, six fishes 
haurient, three, two and one [? argent]. 

Stephan HACCOMB, of Haccomb: ..., three bendlets ... 

Richard Chambernon, of Modbyry : Gules, a saltire 
vair between twelve billets or. 

Henry Chambernon, of Ilfercomb : Gules, a saltire 
vair, between twelve crosses crosslet or. 

William Chambernon, his sonne : ..., a saltire vair, be- 
tween twelve crosses crosslet ... 

Robert Beapell, of Knowston Beapell : Gules, a bend 
vair cotised or. 

Raph Beapell, of Knowston, his sonne: Gules, a bend 
vair, cotised or. 

John Beamont, of Shirwell: Barry of six, vair and 
gules. 

James Kokington, of Kokington : Argent, six cocks, 
three, two and one, gules. 

Robert Horton, of Horton, 6 Edward III. : Argent, a 
fess gules between three lions rampant sable. 

7 



98 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

John Clifford, of Godford: Chequy, or and azure, a 
bend gules. 

Nicolas Kirkham, of Blagdon : Argent, three lions 
rampant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

Roger Jewe, of Cotlegh ; Vert, a lion rampant ermine, 
debruised by a fess gules. 

Walter Le Jew : Vert, a lion rampant guardant ermine, 
debruised by a fess gules. 

Alan Charlton, of Northmolton : Azure, a chevron 
or between three swans argent. 

John Stonar, of Ermyngton : Azure, two bars dan- 
cetty or, a chief argent. 

John Sully, of Edeslegh, 33 Edward III.: ..., three 
chevronels ... 

Henry Ralegh, of Beandport : Gules, a bend vair be- 
tween six crosses crosslet or. 

John Ralegh, of Combralegh, his sonne : Gules, a 
bend vair between six crosses crosslet or. 

Peter Ralegh, of Smalridge: ..., five fusils conjoined 
in bend ..., a label of three points ... 

John Ralegh, of Fardell, sonne of Peter: ..., five 
fusils conjoined in bend ..., a label of five points ... 

John Ralegh, of Charneys: Argent, a cross moline 
gules between three crosses crosslet fitchy sable. 

Thomas Ralegh, of Charnes, sonne of John: Argent, 
a cross moline gules between three crosses crosslet fitchy sable. 

Thomas Ralegh, of Ralegh : Chequy or and gules, a 
chief vair. 

Guy de Bryan, of Torbryan, died 23 Edward III. : Or, 
three piles meeting in base azure. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Morton : ..., three roundels ..., 
in centre chief a crescent. 

Thomas Courtenay, of : Or, three roundels gules, 

a bend compony argent and azure. 

John Bechamp, of Wonbernford : Vairy. 

John Stowford, of Stowford, Justic: Argent, a 
chevron between three bulls' heads cabossed sable. 

John, Lord Montagu, of Stokenham : Argent, three 
fusils conjoined in fess gules, a bordure sable. 

John Carru, of Otery Mohun, died 36 Edward III. : 
Or, three lions passant sable. 

Roger Rohant, of Dodbroke : Argent, two chevrons 
gules, on a canton of the last a mullet or. 

Oliver St. John, of Instow : Argent, a bend sable, on a 
chief gules two mullets or. 

William Damarell, of Woodbyry: Per fess ..., three 
crescents ... 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon, 99 

William Damarell, sonne of William, died 36 Ed- 
ward III.: Per fess ..., three crescents ... 

John Damarell, of Fleete : ..., a crescent ..., on a chief 
... two of the same ... 

John Damarell, of Gidley : ..., a crescent ..., on a chief 
... two of the same ... 

William Chiverston, of Yethelton : Or, on a bend 
gules, three goats statant argent. 

John Chiverton, of Yethelston, his sonne : Or, on a 
bend gules three goats statant argent. 

Thomas Scobbahull, of Scobbahull, 7 Edward III. : 
Argent, three fleurs-de-lys gules, a label of three points azure. 

John Stanton, of Clovelly: ..., a chevron ... between 
three lions' heads erased ... 

Henry Humfravill, of Lapford : Or, six roses, three, 
two and one, gules. 

Symon Furneaux, of Lapford : Azure, a bend between 
six crosses crosslet or. 

Nicolas Bonvill, of Shute : Sable, six mullets, three, 
two and one, argent. 

William Bonvill, of Shute, his sonne : Sable, six 
mullets, three, two and one, argent. 

John Dinham, of Hemiok : ..., four fusils conjoined in 
fess ermine. 

Oliver Dinham, of Samford Peverell: Gules, four 
fusils conjoined in fess ermine, in dexter chief a crescent or. 

John Molton, of Pinho: Chequy or and sable. 

Richard Merton, of Merton : Azure, three bendlets 
argent. 

RAPH Esse, OF Theoborowe, 7 Edward III. : Argent, two 
chevrons sable. 

Alan Esse, of Theborow, his sonne : Argent, two 
chevrons sable. 

Roger Prideaux, of Orcherton : Argent, a chevron 
sable, a label of three points gules. 

John Prideaux, of Orcherton ; Argent, a chevron 
sable, a label of three points gules. 

Robert Tudenham, of Churchstanton : ..., four bars 
indented ... 

Gilbert Humfravil, of Combpine : Argent, three roses 
and a chief gules. 

William Humfravill, sonne [of] Gilbert : Argent, 
three roses and a chief gules. 

William Humfravil, sonne of William: Argent, 
three roses and a chief gules. 

Richard Stapeldon, of Annery, 17 Edward III.: 
Argent, two bends wavy sable. 

72 



ioo Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

John Beamont, sonne of Richard, Lord of Shir- 
well : Barry of six, vair and gules. 

John Ercedecne, of Haccomb: ..., three chevronels ... 

John Pomeray, of Byry Pomeray : Or, a lion rampant 
gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

Thomas St. Awbyn, of Combralegh: Ermine, on a 
cross gules five bezants. 

Walter Woodland, of Kokington : Argent, on a bend 
sable three stags' heads cabossed or. 

Robert Cornu, of Thornbyry : Argent, a chevron be- 
tween three bugle-horns stringed sable. 

Robert Cruys, of Cruise Morchard : Azure, a bend 
per bend indented argent and gules between six escallops or. 

Nicolas Dauney, of Norton Dawney, Ob. 7 Ed- 
ward III. : Argent, on a bend cotised azure three cinque- 
foils or. 

John Dauney, sonne of Nicolas, died 22 Edward III.: 
Argent, on a bend cotised azure three cinquefoils or. 

William Pipard, of Northbovy, died 50 Edward III. : 
Azure, three bars gemelles argent. 

Nigel Loryng, of Knowston Beapel: Quarterly ..., a 
bend ... 

William Cheyney, of Upotery : Gules, four fusils con- 
joined in fess argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

Edmond Cheyney, of Upotery : Gules, four fusils con- 
joined in fess argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

Raph Cheyney, of Upotery: Gules, four fusils con- 
joined in fess argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

Guy, Lord Bryan : Or, three piles meeting in base azure. 

Reginald Botreaux, of , died 1346: Argent, a 

griffin segreant gules, beaked and armed azure. 

William Botreaux, died 1349: Argent, a griffin segreant 
gules, armed and beaked azure. 

William Botreaux : Argent, a griffin segreant gules, 
beaked and armed azure. 

John Fitzpayn, of Cheryton Fitzpayne, 35 Edward 
III. : Argent, a pair of wings conjoined in lure gules. 

Richard Merton, of Merton : Azure, three bendlets 
argent. 

Richard Merton, of Merton, died 45 Edward III.: 
Azure, three bendlets argent. 

Theobald Grenvill, of Bideford : Gules, three clarions 
or rests or. 

Theobald, sonne of Theobald Grenvill : Gules, three 
clarions or rests or. 

Richard Hywys, of Hywis, died 1340: Gules, fretty and 
a canton argent. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon, ior 

Richard Hywis, sonn of Richard, Ob. 1330: Gules, 
fretty and a canton argent. 

Richard, grandchild of Richard Hywis, died 1360: 
Gules, fretty and a canton argent. 

John Kelly, of Kelly, 44 Edward III.: Argent, a 
chevron between three billets gules. 

William Cogan, of Baunton, 47 Edward III. : Gules, 
three oak leaves argent. 

William Ashthorp, of Samford Peverel, 49 Ed- 
ward III. : ..., a bend ... 

John Wadham, of Egge, 49 Edward III. : Gules, a 
chevron between three roses argent. 

John Strech, of Hemston, 9 Edward III.: ..., a lion 
rampant ... 

John Strech, of Pinho, sonne of John Strech, 49 
Edward III. : ..., a lion rampant ... 

William Basset, of Whitechappell : Barry dancetty 
of six argent and gules. 

John Prideaux, of Orcherton, 43 Edward III. : 
Argent, a chevron sable, a label of three points gules. 

Walter Carmyno, of Ashwater : Azure, a bend or, a 
label of three points gules. 

John Willinton, of Umberlegh, sonne of John, 
50 Edward III. : Gules, a saltire vair. 

Thomas Dovile, of Dovileshays, 49 Edward III. : [No 
arms are given.] 

John Arondell, of Yeweton : Sable, six hirondelles, 
three, two and one, argent. 

Raph Carmyno, 47 Edward III. : Azure, a bend or, a 
label of three points gules. 

Adam Rake, of Rake: Sable, three thatch-rakes bend- 
wise argent. 

JOHN Malet, of Deandon : Azure, three escallops or. 

BALDWYN, SONNE OF John Malet : Azure, three escal- 
lops or. 

[Knights in Devonshire in the Reign of] Richard II. 

Edward Courtenay, Erl of Devon: ..., three roun- 
dels ... a label of three points ... 

John Holland, Duke of Exon : Gules, three lions 
passant guardant or, on a bordure azure eight fleurs-de-lys of 
the second. 

James, Lord Audeley, of Barnstaple and Derting- 
TON, Ob. 9 Richard II. : Gules, fretty or. 

Nicolas, Lord Audeley, of Bernstaple and Der- 
TINGTON, Ob. 15 Richard II. : Gules, fretty or. 



102 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Robert, Lord HarringtOx\ : Sable, fretty argent. 

William, Lord Zouch, of Totenays, died 5 Richard II.: 
Gules, eleven bezants, four, four, two and one, a canton ermine. 

Fulk Fitzwarren, of Tawstoke : Quarterly, per fess 
indented argent and gules. 

Robert Tresilian, Cap. Justic. : Sable, a chevron or 
between three goats statant argent. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Powderham : [Or], three 
roundels gules, a label of three, points azure, each charged with 
as many mullets argent. 

Peter Courtenay, of [K.G.] : Or, three roundels 

gules, a label of three points azure, each charged with as many 
annulets, argent. 

William, Lord Botreaux, Ob. 15 Richard II.: Argent, 
a griffin segreant gules armed and beaked azure. 

William, Lord Zouch, of Totenays, died 18 Richard II. : 
Gules, eleven bezants, four, four, two and one, a canton ermine. 

John Prideaux, of Orcherton, i Richard II. : Argent, 
a chevron sable, a label of three points gules. 

William Umfravill, of Combyne, i Richard II.: 
Argent, three roses and a chief gules. 

John Damarell, of Fleete, i Richard II. : Azure, a 
crescent argent, on a chief gules two of the same. 

William Bigbyry, of Bigbyry, i Richard II.: Azure, 
an eagle displayed or. 

Richard Champernon, of Modbyry, i Richard II. : 
Gules, a saltire vair between twelve billets or. 

William Bonville, of Shute, i Richard II.: ..., six 
mullets, three, two and one ... 

Robert Cornu, of Thornbyry, i Richard II. : Argent, 
a chevron between three bugle-horns stringed sable. 

John Pomeray, of Byry Pomeray, i Richard II. : Or, a 
lion rampant gules within a bordure engrailed sable. 

John Ralegh, of Fardell, i Richard II. : Gules, five 
fusils conjoined in bend argent, a label of three points azure. 

Richard, Lord St. Maur, of Northmolton : Argent, 
two chevronels gules, a label of three points vert. 

John Fitz Payn, of Cheriton Fitzpayn, i Richard II.: 
Argent, two wings conjoined in lure gules. 

John Beamont, of Shirwell, i Richard II.: Barry of 
six, vair and gules. 

Raph Carmyno, of Ashwater, 1 Richard II. : Azure, a 
bend or, a label of three points gules. 

^ JOHN Strech, of Pinho, Ob. 14 Richard II. : Argent, a 
lion rampant gules. 

John Montacut, of Stokenham, Ob : Argent, 

three fusils conjoined in fess gules, a bordure sable. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 103 

Fulk Fitzwarren, OF Tawstoke : Quarterly, per fess 
dancetty argent and gules. 

Warin, Lord Lisley, of Northbovy : Gules, a lion 
passant guardant argent crowned or. 

William Esturmy, of Santon : Argent, three demi-lions 
rampant gules. 

John Powlet, of Legh Powlet : Sable, three swords in 
pile, points in base argent. 

William Cogan, of Baunton, i Richard II.: Gules, 
three oak leaves argent. 

John Cogan, sonne of William, Ob. 12 Richard II.: 
Gules, three oak leaves argent. 

Henry Percehay, of Kitton, i Richard II.: ..., a cross 
flory ... 

Almarick St. Amond, of Ipelpen, Ob. 4 Richard II. : 
Or, fretty sable, on a chief of the last three bezants. 

John Denham, of Hemyok : Gules, four fusils conjoined 
in fess ermine. 

William Cheyney, of Pinho: Gules, four fusils con- 
joined in fess argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

Waryn Ercedecne, of Haccomb, 8 Richard II.: ..., 
three chevronels ... 

John St. Aubyn, of Combralegh, 7 Richard II.: Er- 
mine, on a cross gules five bezants. 

Raph Challons, of Legh Challons, 15 Richard II.: 
Gules, two bars and an orle of martlets argent. 

James Chidlegh, of Asseriston : Ermine, three lions- 
rampant gules. 

John Cobham, of Blackburgh Bollay : Gules, on a 
chevron or three eagles displayed sable. 

Thomas Brooke, of Holcomb Bernard : Gules, on a 
chevron argent a lion rampant sable. 

Richard Stapeldon, of [Stapledon], 10 Richard II. : 
Argent, two bendlets wavy sable. 

John Grenvill, of Bideford, 16 Richard II.: Gules, 
three clarions or rests or. 

Guy, Lord Bryan : Or, three piles meeting in base azure. 

Guy de Bryan, jun., his Sonne : Or, three piles meeting 
in base azure, a label of three points gules. 

John Hille, of Hillecoort, Justic. : Gules, a saltire 
vair between four mullets argent. 

William Hankeford, Cap. Justic. : ..., a chevron barry 
v/avy ... 

John Herl, of Ilfercomb : ..., a fess between three 
shovellers ... 

Thomas Fitzpayn, of Cheriton: Argent, two wings 
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104 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Raph Botreaux, of Molland : Argent, a griffin segreant 
gules, armed and beaked azure. 

THOMAS Pomeray: ..., a lion rampant ..., a bordure 
engrailed ... 

John Courtenay : ..., three roundels ..., a label of three 
points ... each point charged with as many mullets. 

Thomas Brooke : Gules, on a chevron argent a lion ram- 
pant sable. 

John Wadham, of Edge : Gules, a chevron between three 
roses argent. 

Thomas Carew, of Otery Mohun : Or, three lions pas- 
sant in pale sable. 

William Bonvill, of Shute : Sable, six mullets, three, 
two and one, argent. 

Fulk Fitz Warren, of Tawstoke : Quarterly, per fess 
indented argent and gules. 

John Cornwall, of Nymeton Regis: Argent, a lion 
rampant gules, crowned or, on a bordure sable eight bezants. 

Robert Challons, of Legh Challons : Gules, two bars 
and an orle of martlets argent. 

John, Lord Harrington : Sable, fretty argent. 

John Dinham, of Nutwell: ..., four fusils conjoined in 
fess ermine. 

Thomas Peverell : Azure, three garbs argent, a chief or. 



Knightes in Devonshire in the Raigne of King 
Henry V. 

Edward Courtenay, Erl of Devon : ..., three roundels 
..., a label of three points ... 

Edward Courtenay, sonne of Edward, died in the lief 
of his father: ..., three roundels ..., a label of five points ... 

Hugh Courtenay, sonne of Edward, Erl of Devon : 
..., three roundels ..., a label of three points ... 

Hugh Courtenay, of Haccomb : Or, three roundels 
gules, a label of three points azure, each point charged with 
as many roundels argent. 

William Hankford : Gules, a chevron barry wavy argent 
and sable. 

Richard Hankford, sonne of William : Gules, a 
chevron barry wavy argent and sable, a label of three points 
of the second. 

William, Lord Botreaux: Argent, a griffin segreant 
gules, armed and beaked azure. 

William, Lord Zouch : Gules, eleven bezants, four, four, 
two and one, a canton ermine. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 105 

Thomas Brooke, of Wycroft: Gules, on a chevron 
argent, a lion rampant sable. 

Richard Champernon, of Modbyry : Gules, a saltire 
vair, between twelve billets or. 

Thomas Pomeray, of Byry Pomeray : ..., a lion ram- 
pant ..., a bordure engrailed ... 

John St. Awbyn, of Combralegh : Ermine, on a cross 
gules five bezants. 

William Talbot, of Talbotswike : Argent, a chevron 
between three talbots statant sable. 

John Dinham, of Nutwell : Gules, four fusils conjoined 
in fess ermine. 

Thomas Fitzpayne, of Cheriton Fitzpayn: Argent, 
two wings conjoined in lure gules. 

Thomas Carew, of Otery Mohun : Or, three lions pas- 
sant in pale sable. 

Robert Challons, of Legh Challons : Gules, two 
bars and an orle of martlets argent. 

John Arondell, of Yeweton Arondell: Sable, six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, argent. 

John Herle, of Ilfercomb : Argent, a fess gules be- 
tween three shovellers proper. 

RAFH, SONNE OF William, Lord Botreaux : Argent, a 
griffin segreant gules, armed and beaked azure. 

John Fortescu, of Norreys, Captayn of Meux, 
6 Henry V. : Azure, a bend engrailed argent cotised or, within 
a bordure of the second. 

Thomas Flemmynge, of Ash Rogus, 6 Henry V. : Vair, 
a chief chequy or and gules. 

William Cheyney, of Up Otery : Gules, four fusils 
conjoined in fess argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

William Palton, of Umberley, 3 Henry V.: Argent, 
six roses, three, two and one, gules. 

Knightes in Devonshire in King Henry VI. tyme. 

Thomas Courtexay, Erl of Devon : ..., three roundels 
a label of as many points ... 

William Bonvill, of Shute, Lord Bonvill, of 
Chuton : ..., six mullets, three, two and one ... 

William Bonvill, his Sonne : ..., six mullets, three, 
two and one ..., a label of three points ... 

William, Lord Botereaux, died 12 Henry VI. : ..., a 
griffin segreant ... 

Hugh Courtenay, of Haccomb, i Henry VI. : Or, three 
roundels gules, a label of three points azure, each point charged 
with as many roundels argent. 



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Christopher Flemminge, of Chimwell, 16 Henry VI. : 
Vair, a chief chequy or and gules. 

William Palton, of Umberlegh : Argent, six roses, 
three, two and one, gules. 

William Talbot, of Spreyton : Argent, a chevron be- 
tween three talbots statant sable. 

John Herle, of Ilfercomb, 8 Henry VI.: ..., a fess 
between three shovellers ... 

Thomas Carew, of Otery Mohun, 6 Henry VI. : Or, 
three lions passant in pale sable. 

Thomas Brooke, of Wycroft : Gules, on a chevron 
argent a lion rampant sable. 

Nicolas Carew, of Mohun's Otery, 27 Henry VI. : 
Or, three lions passant in pale sable. 

Raph Botreaux, of Molland Botreaux, 14 Henry VI. : 
..., a griffin segreant ... 

JOHN Denham, of Nutwell, 14 Henry VI. : Gules, four 
fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 

Robert Vere, of Haccomb, 31 Henry VI.: Quarterly 
gules and or, in the first quarter a mullet of the last. 

Robert Challons, of Legh Challons, 14 Henry VI. : 
Gules, two bars and an orle of martlets argent. 

Thomas Flemmynge, of Chymwell, i Henry VI. : Vair, 
a chief chequy or and gules. 

John Speke, of Branford Speke, 15 Henry VI.: 
Argent, two bars azure, over all an eagle with two heads dis- 
played or. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Powderham: ..., three roundels, 
a label of three points ..., each charged with two mullets ... 

Humphry Courtenay, of Bickley, 12 Henry VI.: ..., 
three roundels ..., a label of three points ... 

Walter Moyle, of Stefenston, 20 Henry VI. : Gules, 
a mule argent. 

John Arondell, of Yevvton, 16 Henry VI. : Sable, six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, argent. 

Thomas Beamont, of Shirwell, 14 Henry VI. : Barry 
of six, vair and gules. 

John Colshull, of 31 Henry VI. : Chequy, or and 

sable, on a chief argent five gouttes gules. 

William Cheyney, of , died 2 Henry VI.: Gules, 

four fusils conjoined in fess argent, each charged with an escallop 
sable. 

Edmond Cheyney: Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

William, Lord Zouch, of Totenays, died 4 Henry VI. : 
Gules, eleven bezants, four, four, two, and one, a canton 
ermine. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 107 

William, Lord Zouch, his sonne : Gules, eleven 
bezants, four, four, two, and one, a canton ermine. 

Richard Hankford, of Annery : Gules, a chevron 
barry wavy argent and sable. 

John Fortescue, Chief Justice of England, 29 
Henry VI. : Azure, a bend engrailed argent, cotised or, a 
bordure of the second. 

Thomas Stowell, of Merton ; Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 

Stephan Popham, of Pole Antony, 16 Henry VI. : 
Argent, on a chief gules two stags' heads cabossed or. 

Edward Brooke, of Wicroft, Lord Cobham : Gules, 
on a chevron argent a lion rampant sable. 

William Harrington, of Knoweston, Lord Har- 
rington : Sable, fretty argent. 

William, grandchild to William, Lord Bonvill, 
Lord Harington : ..., six mullets, three, two and one ..., a 
label of three points ... 



Knightes in Devonshire in the Raigne of King 
Edward IV. 

Henry Holland, Duke of Exon, Lord of Derting- 
ton : Gules, three lions passant in pale or, on a bordure azure 
eight fleurs-de-lys of the second. 

Thomas Courtenay, Erl of Devon : Or, three roundels 
gules, a label of three points azure. 

Humphry Stafford, Erl of Devon, Ob. 9 Edward IV. : 
Or, a chevron gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

William Bourchier, Lord Fitzwarren, died 9 Ed- 
ward IV. : Argent, a cross engrailed gules between four water- 
bougets sable, a label of three points azure each charged with as 
many fleurs-de-lys or. 

William, Lord Zouch, of Totenays : Gules, eleven 
bezants, four, four, two, and one, a canton ermine. 

Edward Brok, of Wicroft, Lord Cobham, died 16 
Edward IV. : Gules, on a chevron argent a lion rampant sable. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Powderham, died 3 Edward IV. : 
Or, three roundels gules, a label of three points azure, each 
charged with as many mullets argent. 

William, sonne and heire of Sir Phillip Cour- 
tenay: ..., three roundels ... a label of three points ..., each 
charged with as many mullets ... 

Robert, Lord Hungerford and Botreaux : ..., two 
bars ... and in chief three roundels ... 



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Robert Hungerford, Lord Molynes: ..., two bars ... 
and in chief three roundels ... 

Fulk Bourchier, Lord Fitzwarren : Argent, a cross 
engrailed gules between four water-bougets sable, a label of 
three points azure each charged with as many fieurs-de-lys [or]. 

Thomas Saintliger, of Dertington : ..., fretty ... a 
chief ... 

John COLSHULL, of : Chequy, or and sable, on a 

chief argent five gouttes gules. 

Baldwyn Fulford, of Fulford, died 15 Edward IV.: 
Gules, a chevron argent. 

Thomas, sonne of Sir Baldwyn Fulford : Gules, a 
chevron argent. 

Robert Willoughby, of Beere Ferrers: Quarterly, 
first and fourth sable, a cross engrailed or, second and third 
gules, a cross moline argent. 

Thomas Grenvill, of Bideford: Gules, three clarions 
or rests or. 

John Diniiam, of Nutwell : ..., four fusils conjoined in 
fess ermine. 

William Bampfild, of Poltymore, 12 Edward IV.: 
Or, on a bend gules three mullets argent. 

Roger Tocotes, of Poltimore, 21 Edward IV. [No 
arms.] 

John Harlewyn, of Sidmouth: ..., in chief a fillet ... 
and in base three apples ... 

John Crocker, of Lineham: Argent, a chevron en- 
grailed gules between three crows sable. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Molland : ..., three roundels 
..., a label of three points ... each charged with as many annu- 
lets ... 

John Basset, of Whitechappell : Barry dancetty of 
six, argent and gules. 



Knightes in Devonshire in the Raignes of 
Richard III. and Henry VII. 

John, Lord Zouch, of Totenays : Gules, eleven be- 
zants, four, four, two and one, a canton ermine. 

William Stoner, of Ermyngton : Azure, two bars 
indented or, a chief argent. 

John Halwell, of Halwelscomb : Or, on a bend gules, 
three goats argent. 

Edmond Carew, of Otery Mohun : Or, three lions 
passant in pale sable. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 109 

Robert Willoughby, of Beere Ferrers: Quarterly, 
first and fourth ... a cross engrailed ... second and third ... a 
cross moline ... 

John Crocker, of Lyneham : Argent, a chevron en- 
grailed gules between three crows sable. 

Richard Pomeray, of Birye : Or, a lion rampant gules, a 
bordure engrailed sable. 

William Huddesfild, of Shillingford: Argent, a fess 
between three boars statant sable. 

Edward Courtenay, Erl of Devon ; Or, three roundels 
gules. 

William, Lord Courtenay, his sonne : Quarterly, first 
England and France, second and third ..., three roundels ..., 
fourth ..., a lion rampant ... 

John, Lord Zouche : ..., eleven roundels, four, four, two 
and one, a canton ermine. 

John Deniiam, of Nutwell, Lord Denham : Gules, 
four fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 

Giles Dawbeney, of Umberlegh, Lord Dawbeney : 
Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

John Halwell, of Halwelscomb : ..., on a bend ... 
three goats ... 

Richard Edgcomb, of : ..., on a bend ... cotised ... 

three boars' heads couped . . . 

Peter Edgcomb, his sonne : ..., on a bend ... cotised ... 
three boars' heads couped . . . 

William Courtenay, of Powderham : Or, three 
roundels gules, a label of three points azure, each charged with 
as many mullets argent. 

John Wadham, of Edge, i Henry VII. : Gules, a chevron 
between three roses argent. 

John Arondell, of Yewton : Sable, six hirondelles, 
three, two and one, argent. 

Thomas Pomeray, of Byry : Or, a lion rampant gules, 
a bordure engrailed sable. 

Humfry Fulford, OF Fulford : Gules, a chevron 
argent. 

William Saynt Maur, of Northmolton : Argent, two 
chevrons gules, a label of three points vert. 

John Basset, of Heanton Punchardon : Barry in- 
dented of six, argent and gules. 

Thomas Grenvill, of Bideford : ..., three clarions or 
rests ... 

William Carew, of Otery Mohun : Or, three lions 
passant in pale sable. 

Amyas Powlet, of Halberton : Sable, three swords in 
pile, points in base argent. 



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Edward Pomeray ; Or, a lion rampant gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

Nicolas Wadham, of Edge ; Gules, a chevron between 
three roses argent. v 

JOHN Kirkham, of Blagdon ; Argent, three lions ram- 
pant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

John Champernon, of Modbiry : Gules, a saltire vair 
between twelve billets or. 

Edward Wadham, of Pole Antony, 5 Henry VII.: 
Gules, on a chevron between three roses argent, a crescent ... 



Knightes in Devonshire in the Raign of King 
Henry VIII. 

William Courtenay, Erl of Devon, died 3 Henry 
VIII. : Or, three roundels gules. 

Henry Courtenay, Erl of Devon, Marquis Exon : 
Quarterly, first grand quarter quarterly ..., second and third 
grand quarters, three roundels, fourth grand quarter, a lion ram- 
pant ... 

John Bourchier, of Tavistoke, Erl of Bathe : Ar- 
gent, a cross engrailed gules between four water-bougets sable, a 
label of three points . . . each charged with as many fleurs-de-lys . . . 

Henry Dawbeney, of Umberley, Erl of Brigwater : 
Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

Lewes Pollard, of Kingsnymeton, Justice: Quar- 
terly first and fourth ... a chevron ... between three escallops ..., 
second and third ..., a chevron ... between three mullets ... 

Hugh Pollard, his sonne, of Grilleston : Quarterly, 
first and fourth ..., a chevron ... between three escallops ..., 
second and third ..., a chevron ... between three mullets ... 

John Basset, of Heanton Punchardon, Vicecomes, 
16 Henry VIII. : Argent, three bars indented gules. 

Arthur Plantaginet, Viscont Lisley, of Umberley : 
Quarterly, first and fourth England quartering France, second 
and third or a cross gules, over all a bendlet sinister sable. 

Peter Edgcomb, of Mount Edgcomb, i Henry VIII. : 
..., on a bend ... cotised ... three boars' heads couped ... 

Richard, sonne of Sir Peter Edgcomb, 35 Henry 
VIII.: ..., on a bend ... cotised ... three boars' heads couped ... 

William Carew, of Ottery Mohun, i Henry VIII. : 
Or, three lions passant in pale sable. 

George Carew, sonne of Sir William, Vicecomes, 
28 Henry VIII. : Or, three lions passant in pale sable. 

Peter Carew, brother of Sir George, Vicecomes, 
38 Henry VIII. : Or, three lions passant in pale sable. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 1 1 1 

John Carew, of Beere Ferrers : Or, three lions pas- 
sant in pale sable. 

Nicolas Wadham, of Edge, Vicecomes, 6 Henry VIII. : 
Gules, a chevron between three roses argent. 

John Shilston, of Woode, Vicecomes, 7 Henry VIII.: 
..., a saltire ... between four crosses crosslet ftchy ... 

John Speke, of Branford Speke, Vicecomes, 8 Henry 
VIII. : Argent, two bars azure, over all an eagle with two heads 
displayed or. 

Robert Willoughbv, of Bigbiry, Lord Brooke : 
Quarterly, first and fourth ..., a cross engrailed ..., second and 
third ..., a cross moline ... 

John KirKHAM, of Blagdon, Vicecomes, 15 Henry VIII. : 
Argent, three lions rampant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb Bernard, Vicecomes, 
10 Henry VIII. : Ermine, three Danish battle-axes gules. 

William Courtenay, of Powderham, Vicecomes, 17 
Henry VIII. : Or, three roundels gules, a label of three points 
azure, each charged with as many mullets argent. 

George St. Liger, of Annery, Vicecomes Devon, 
22 Henry VIII. : Azure, fretty argent, a chief or. 

Richard Grenvill, of Bydeford, Vicecomes Devon, 
24 Henry VIII. : Gules, three clarions on rests or. 

John Fulford, of Fulford, Vicecomes Devon, 26 
Henry VIII. : Gules, a chevron argent. 

John Chamond, of Wike St. Pancras, Vicecomes, 30 
Henry VIII. : Argent, a chevron between three fleurs-de-lys gules. 

Hugh Powlet, of Halberton, Vicecomes, 33 Henry 
VIII. : Sable, three swords in pile, points in base argent. 

Richard Pollard, of Ford, Knighted 33 Henry VIII. : 
Quarterly first and fourth ..., a chevron ... between three escal- 
lops ..., second and third ..., a chevron ... between three mullets 
..., on the fess point a crescent ... 

Thomas Speke, of Branford, Knighted at Turney : 
Argent, two bars azure, over all an eagle with two heads dis- 
played or. 

John Brooke, of Wycroft, Lord Cobham, died 4 
Henry VIII. : Gules on a chevron argent, a lion rampant sable. 

Thomas Brooke, sonne of John, and Lord Cobham : 
Gules, on a chevron argent, a lion rampant sable. 

Edward Ralegh, of Chales, died 13 Henry VIII.: 
Argent, a cross moline gules between three crosses crosslet 
fitchy sable. 

Phillip Champernon, of Modbiry : Gules, a saltire 
vair between twelve billets or. 

Edward Bray, of Halwell, Lord Bray: Quarterly, 
first and fourth argent, a chevron gules between three eagles' 



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legs erased at the thigh sable, second and third gules, three 
bendlets vair. 

Roger Giffard, of Brightley : Sable, three fusils con- 
joined in fess ermine, in dexter chief a crescent or. 

Rogerus Blewet, of Holcomb Rogus : Or, a chevron 
between three eagles displayed vert. 

Knightes in Devonshire in the Raigne of King 
Edward VI. 

John Russell, of Clist Episcopi, Erle of Bedford : 
Argent, a lion rampant gules, on a chief ... three escallops ... 

John Bourchier, of Tavistoke, Erle of Bathe : 
Argent, a cross engrailed gules between four water-bougets 
sable, a label of three points ..., each charged with as many 
fleurs-de-lys ... 

Henry Gray, of Shute, Duke of Suffolc : Barry of 
six, argent and azure, in chief three roundels gules, over all a 
label of three points ermine. 

Peter Carew, of Otery Mohun : ..., three lions pas- 
sant, in pale ... 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb Bernard : Ermine, three 
Danish battle-axes gules. 

Thomas Pomeray, of Byry : Or, a lion rampant gules, a 
bordure engrailed sable. 

Richard Edgcomb, of Mount Edgcomb : ..., on a bend 
... cotised ... three boars' heads couped ... 

John Arondell, of Yewton Arondel : Sable, six 
hirondelles, three, two and one argent. 

Thomas Speke, of Branford Speke : Argent, two bars 
azure, over all an eagle displayed with two heads or. 

Hugh Powlet, of Halberton : Sable, three swords in 
pile points in base argent. 

[Knights in Devonshire in the Reign of] Queene 

Mary. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb: Ermine, three Danish 
battle-axes gules. 

Robert Dennys, of Bicketon : Ermine, three Danish 
battle-axes gules. 

Peter Carew, of Otery Mohun : ..., three lions passant 
in pale ... 

Gawen Carew, of Wood, in Kentisbere: ..., three 
lions passant in pale ... 

William Courtenay, of Powderham : ..., three roun- 
dels ... 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 1 13 

Peter Courtenay, of Wood: ..., three roundels ..., on 
the fess point a crescent ... 

Richard Edgcomb, of Mount Edgcomb : ..., on a bend 
... cotised ... three boars' heads couped ... 

John Moore, of Moorehays : Ermine, on a chevron 
azure, three cinquefoils or. 

John Whiddon, OF CHAGFORD : Argent, a chevron be- 
tween three spear-heads gules. 

Hugh Stewkley, of Affeton : Azure, three pears or. 

Thomas Pomeray, of Bynley : ..., a lion rampant ..., a 
bordure engrailed ... 

Edward Seamor, of Byry Pomeray : Gules, two wings 
conjoined in lure or. 

Richard Chidlegh, of Asseriston : Ermine, three lions 
rampant gules. 

John Saintleger, of Annery: Azure, fretty argent, a 
chief or. 



Lordes and Knightes in Devonshire in the Raigne of 
Queene Elizabeth. 

John Bourchier, of Tawstok, Erl of Bathe: ..., 
a cross engrailed ... between four water-bougets ..., a label 
of three points ..., each charged with a fleur-de-lys ... 

William. Erl of Bathe, grandchild unto John : 
Argent, a cross engrailed gules between four water-bougets 
sable, a label of three points azure, each charged with a 
fleur-de-lys or. 

Francis Russell, of Clist Episcopi, Erl of Bed- 
ford: Argent, a lion rampant gules, on a chief sable three 
escallops of the field. 

Edward, Ere of Bedford, grandchild unto Francis: 
Argent, a lion rampant gules, on a chief sable, three escallops of 
the field. 

William Petre, of Shute, Pr. Secretary : Gules, a 
bend or between two escallops argent. 

John Petre, his sonne, Lord Petre, of Writtel, 
by King James : Gules, a bend or between two escallops 
argent. 

William Howard, of Landekey, Baron of Effing- 
ham : ..., a bend ... between six crosses crosslet fitchy ... 

William Pawlet, of Landekey, Marquis Winton : 
Sable, three swords in pile, points in base argent, in dexter chief 
a crescent or. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb Bernard, died 2 Eliza- 
beth : Ermine, three Danish battle-axes gules. 

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Robert Dennys, Sonne of Sir Thomas : Ermine, three 
Danish battle-axes gules. 

Thomas Dennys, sonne of Sir Robert, in Holland, 
1586 : Ermine, three Danish battle-axes gules. 

George Carew, of Upton Hilion, Erl of Totenays, 
by K. Charles : Or, three lions passant in pale sable, in sinister 
chief a crescent ... 

Peter Carew, of Otery Mohun : Or, three lions pas- 
sant, in pale sable. 

John Clifton, of Otery Mohun, knighted 1574: Sable, 
a lion rampant between eight cinquefoils in orle argent and a 
trefoil in centre chief slipped or. 

Gawen Carew, of Woode : Or, three lions passant in 
pale sable, in sinister chief a mullet gules. 

Peter Carew, of Upton Hilyon, knighted in Ireland, 
1577 : Or, three lions passant in pale sable, in sinister chief a 
crescent ... 

John Moore, of Morehays : Ermine, on a chevron 
azure, three cinquefoils argent. 

John Saintleger, of Annery : Azure, fretty argent, a 
chief or. 

John Whiddon, of Chagford, Justice: Argent, a 
chevron between three spear-heads gules. 

John Chichester, of Ralegh : Chequy, or and gules, a 
chief vair. 

John Chichester, sonne of Sir John, knighted 1580: 
Chequy ..., a chief vair. 

Arthur Chichester, of Santon, 2. sonne, Lord 
Belfast by K.James: Chequy ..., a chief vair, on the fess 
point a crescent ... 

John, 3. sonne of Sir John Chichester, slayne in 
Ireland : Chequy ..., a chief vair, on the fess point a mullet ... 

John Pollard, of Forde, sonne of Sir Richard : 
Quarterly first and fourth . . ., a chevron . . . between three escallops 
..., second and third ... a chevron ... between three mullets ... 

Arthur Basset, of Umberley, knighted 1575 : Barry 
dancetty of six, argent and gules. 

Robert, sonne of Sir Arthur Basset, in Ireland : 
Barry dancetty of six argent and gules. 

Arthur Champernon, of Dertington : ..., a saltire 
vair, between twelve billets ..., in centre chief a crescent ... 

Hugh Powlet, of Halberton : Sable, three swords in 
pile, points in base argent. 

Amias Powlet, of Sanford Peverell, 1576: ..., three 
swords in pile, points in base argent. 

John Gilbard, of Compton, 1571 : Argent, on a chevron 
gules, three roses of the field barbed and seeded sable. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 1 1 5 

Humphry, brother of Sir John Gilbard, 1597: 
Argent, on a chevron sable three roses of the field, in sinister 
chief a crescent of the second. 

John Gilbard, of Cumpton, sonne of Sir Humphry: 
Argent, on a chevron sable three roses of the field. 

William Courtenay, of Powderham, knighted 1576: 
Or, three roundels gules. 

William, sonne of Sir William Courtenay, in Ire- 
land : Or, three roundels gules, a label of three points ... 

George Spek, of Wemworthy, of ye Bathe at the coro- 
nacion of Oueene Elizabeth : Argent, two bars azure, over all 
an eagle with two heads displayed or. 

John Stowell, of Merton, knighted 1574: Gules, a 
cross of lozenges argent. 

John Arondell, of Yewton : Sable, six hirondelles, 
three, two and one, argent. 

Mathew Arondell, of Brodeclist, knighted 1573: 
Sable, six hirondelles, three, two and one argent, in fess point a 
crescent or. 

Richard Grenvill, of Bideforde, knighted 1577: Gules, 
three clarions or rests or. 

Frances Drake, of Bukland Monocorum, knighted 
1582: Sable, a fess between two estoiles of five points wavy, 
argent. 

Walter Ralegh, of , knighted 1584: Gules, five 

fusils conjoined in bend argent, on the centre lozenge a crescent 
sable, and in chief a label of three points azure. 

CAREW Ralegh, of Fardell, knighted 1592 : Gules, five 
fusils conjoined in bend argent, in chief a label of three points 
azure. 

Barnard Drake, of Ash, knighted 1585: Argent, a 
wivern wings addorsed gules. 

Fekdinando Gorges, of Plymouth, knighted before 
Roane 1 591 : Lozengy, or and azure, on a chevron gules a 
crescent argent. 

William Peryam, of Fulford, Chief Baron, knighted 
1592 : Gules, a chevron engrailed between three leopards' faces 
or. 

Thomas Acton, of Bradlegh : Gules, a fess within a 
bordure engrailed ermine. 

William Strode, of Newenham : Argent, a chevron 
between three conies courant sable. 

Richard Champernon, of Modbiry : Gules, a saltire 
vair between twelve billets or. 

Arthur, brother of Sir Richard Champernon, 
knighted and died in Irland : Gules, a saltire vair, between 
twelve billets or. 

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George Cary, of Cokington : Argent, on a bend sable 
three roses of the field. 

Thomas Ridgway, of Torr, Lord Ridgway, by King 
James : Sable, two wings conjoined argent. 

Hugh Pollard, of Nimeton Regis : Quarterly first and 
fourth ..., a chevron ... between three escallops ..., second and 
third ..., a chevron ... between three mullets ... 

Anthony Powlet, of Halberton : ..., three swords in 
pile, points in base ... 

John Dodderigge, Justice of the King's Bench : 
Argent, three pallets wavy azure between twelve crosses crosslet 
gules. 

Thomas Harris, Sergeant at Lawe : . . ., three crescents 
..., a bordure ... 

John Heale, Sergeant at Lawe: Gules, five fusils con- 
joined in bend ermine, in sinister chief a martlet or. 

Edward Harris, a Judge in Irland : Sable, three 
crescents within a bordure argent. 

Warwik Heale, at Wembyry : Gules, five fusils con- 
joined in bend ermine, in sinister chief a martlet or. 

Amyas Bamfild, AT Poltymore : Or, on a bend gules 
three mullets argent. 

Thomas Browne, at Browneshilliers: Gules, a chevron 
ermine cotised or, between three escallops of the last. 

Thomas Muncke, at Poderige : Gules, a chevron be- 
tween three lions' heads erased argent. 

John Whiddon, at Chagford : Argent, a chevron 
between three spear-heads gules. 

Thomas Reynell, at Woggewill: Masoned ..., a chief 
indented ... 

Richard Hawkyns, at Pole: Sable, on a point wavy 
argent and azure a lion passant or debruised by a bendlet 
sinister argent, in chief three bezants. 

Thomas Prideaux, at Nutwell: Argent, a chevron 
barry wavy sable and of the field. 

John Fitz, of Fitzforde : Argent, goutty gules, a cross 
engrailed of the last. 

LEWES STEWKELEY, OF AFTON : Azure, three pears or. 

Henry Rolle, OF STEEPHENSTON : Or, on a fess dancetty 
between three billets azure, each charged with a lion rampant of 
the field, as many bezants. 

Henry Rolle, -sonne of Sir Henry : Or, on a fess dan- 
cetty between three billets azure, each charged with a lion ram- 
pant of the field, as many bezants, a label of three points 
gules. 

Arthur, sonne of Hugh Akland, of Akland : 
Chequy, argent and sable, a fess gules. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 1 1 7 

John Akland, of Culm John : Chequy, argent and 
sable, on a fess gules a crescent or. 

Thomas Drewe, of Brodhembiry : Ermine, a lion pas- 
sant gules. 

Richard Edgcomb, of Mount Edgcomb : ..., on a bend 
..., cotised ..., three boars' heads couped ... 

Edward Giles, of Deane : Per chevron, argent and 
azure, a lion rampant counterchanged, collared or. 

Richard Strode, sonne of Sir William Strode : 
Argent, a chevron between three conies* courant sable, in chief 
a label of three points gules. 

George Smythe, of Matford: ..., a fess ... cotised 
... between three martlets ... 

Nicolas Smyth, of Saint Leonardes, his sonne : 
Sable, a fess cotised between three martlets or. 

George Southcot, of Bukland Toutzains : Argent, a 
chevron gules between three coots sable, in chief a cinquefoil of 
the second. 

Francis Fulford, of Bosumshele : Gules, a chevron 
argent. 

John Speccot, of Thornbyry: Or, on a bend gules 
three mill-rinds argent. 

William Kirkham, of Blagdon : Argent, three lions 
rampant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

William Pole, of Colcomb : Azure, a lion rampant 
[argent] between seven fleurs-de-lys [or]. 

Christofer Harrys, of Radford: Sable, three crescents 
within a bordure argent. 

William Dyllon, of : Argent, a lion rampant gules 

debruised by a fess azure between three estoiles of six points 
wavy issuing from as many crescents ... 

Edward Southcot, of Santon : Argent, a chevron 
gules between three coots sable, in chief a martlet of the 
second. 

William Cooke, of Bokeish : Argent, a chevron chequy 
gules and azure between three cinquefoils of the last, in chief a 
crescent ... 

NICOLAS Prideaux, OF : Argent, on a chevron sable 

a crescent or, a label of three points gules. 

Barnard Grenvill, of* Bideford : Gules, three clarions 
or rests or. 

Antony Rowse, of Edmerston : Or, an eagle displayed , 
azure. 

* These figures rather resemble boars statant than conies. Eds. 



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Noblemen, Baronets and Knightes which had dwell 
inges in Devon in the Raigne of King James. 

William Bourchier, Erl of Bathe: Argent, a cross 
engrailed gules between four water-bougets sable, on a label of 
three points azure as many fleurs-de-lys or. 

Edward, Erl of Bathe, his sonne : Argent, a cross 
engrailed gules between four water-bougets sable, a label of 
three points ... 

Edward Russell, Erl of Bedford: Argent, a Hon ram- 
pant gules, on a chief ... three escallops ... 

Frances, Lord Russell, at Bisshop's Clist : Argent, a 
lion rampant gules, on a chief ... three escallops ... 

Thomas, Lord Ridgway, Erl of Londondirry : Sable, 
two wings conjoined argent. 

George, Lord Carew, nowe Erl of Totenays : Or, 
three lions passant in pale sable. 

Edward Seamer, Baronet : Gules, two wings conjoined 
in lure, or. 

Edward Seamer, his sonne, Knight and Baronet : 
Gules, two wings conjoined in lure or. 

Frances Vyncent, Knight and Baronet, at Kilring- 
TON : Azure, three quatrefoils slipped or. 

Edmond Prideaux, Baronet, at Netherton : Argent, 
on a chevron sable a crescent or, a label of three points gules 
and in sinister chief a crescent of the second. 

George Chidley, Baronet, at Asseriston : Ermine, 
three lions rampant gules. 

Frances Drake, Baronet, at Buckland Mona- 
CORUM : Sable, a fess between two estoiles of five points wavy 
argent. 

Robert Chichester, Knight of the Bathe, at 
Ralegh : Chequy or and gules, a chief vair. 

Thomas Wyse, Knight of the Bathe, at Sidenham : 
Sable, three chevronels ermine. 

George Speke, Knight of the Bathe, at Wem- 
worthy : Argent, two bars azure, over all an eagle with two 
heads displayed or. 

William Courtenay, at Powderham : Or, three roun- 
dels gules. 

Ferdinando Gorges, at Plymouth : Lozengy, or and 
azure, on a chevron gules a crescent argent. 

William Peryam, Lord Chief Baron, at Fulford : 
Gules, a chevron engrailed between three leopards' faces or. 

Thomas Dennys, at Bicketon : Ermine, three Danish 
battle-axes gules. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 1 1 9 

Thomas, Lord Arondell, of Warder, at Brode- 
CLIST : Sable, six hirondelles, three, two and one, argent, on the 
fess point a crescent of the last. 

William Strode, at Newenham : Argent, a chevron be- 
tween three conies sable. 

Richard Champernon, at Modbyry : Gules, a saltire 
vair between twelve billets or. 

George Cary, at Cockington : Argent, on a bend sable 
three roses of the field. 

Antony Powlet, at Sanford Peverell : Sable, three 
swords in pile points in base argent. 

Hugh Pollard, of Kinges Nymeton : Quarterly first 
and fourth ..., a chevron between three escallops ... second and 
third ..., a chevron ..., between three mullets ... 

Robert Basset, at Heanton Punchardon : Barry 
dancetty of six argent and gules. 

John Gilbard, at Greeneway : Argent, on a chevron 
sable, three roses of the field. 

Arthur Chichester, Lord Belfast, at Santon : 
Chequy, or and gules, a chief vair, on the honour point a 
crescent ... 

Charles Blunt, Erle of Devon: Barry nebuly of six, 
or and sable. 

William Cavendish, Erl of Devon : ..., three stags' 
heads cabossed ... 

Thomas Cecill, Erl of Exceter : Barry of six ..., 
over all as many escutcheons, three, two and one, ..., each 
charged with a lion rampant ... 

William, Erle of Exceter, sonne of Thomas : Barry 
of six ..., over all as many escutcheons, three, two and one ..., 
each charged with a lion rampant ... 

Edward Chichester, of Egesford, now Vicont : 
Chequy, or and gules, a chief vair. 

George Petre, of Hays : Gules, on a bend or between 
two escallops argent, a crescent in chief sable. 

John Drake, sonne of John Drake, of Ashe: ... a 
wivern wings addorsed ... 

Shilston Calmady, of Woode : Azure, a chevron argent 
between three pears or. 

Samuel Sommaster, OF PiNFORD : Argent, a tower be- 
tween five fleurs-de-lys sable. 

SAMUELL, SONNE OF ROBERT ROLLE, OF HEANTON 
SACHVILL : ..., on a fess dancetty ... between three billets ... 
each charged with a lion rampant ... as many roundels ..., and 
in chief a crescent ... 

Francis Glanfvill, of Tavistoke : Azure, three sal- 
tires or. 



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Richard Reynell, of Wooleburgh : Argent, masoned 
sable, a chief dancetty of the last charged on the dexter chief 
point with a crescent or. 

Edmond Fowell, of Fowelscomb : Argent, a chevron 
sable, on a chief gules three mullets of the field. 

Nicolas Martyn, of Oxton : Argent, two bars gules, on 
dexter chief point a crescent sable. 

Robert, sonne unto the Lord Ridgway : Sable, two 
wings conjoined argent, a label of three points or. 

Arthur Manwaring, of Holcomb Bernard: ..., two 
bars ... 

Henry Rouswell, of Forde : Per pale, gules and azure, 
a lion rampant tail forked argent. 

Sir Edward Seamer, of Biry, Knight, created baronet 
29 Junii 161 1, 9 Jacobi : Gules, two wings conjoined in lure or. 

Sir Frances Vincent, of Kilrington, Knight 
BARONET, 26 July, 17 Jacobi : Azure, three quatrefoils slipped 
argent. 

Edmond Prideaux, of Netherton, Esq., Baronet 27 
Julij, 20 Jacobi : Argent, on a chevron sable a crescent or 
charged with another of the second, a label of three points 
gules. 

[Devonshire] Knightes by King Charles. 

Richard Reynell, of Woggewtll : ..., masoned ..., a 
chief dancetty sable. 

John Younge, sonne of Walter Younge, of Coly- 
TON : Ermine, on a bend cotised sable three griffins' heads 
erased or, a label of three points gules. 

John Chichester, of Hall: Chequy, or and gules, a 
chief vair, charged on the dexter with a crescent of the first. 

Henry, sonne of Peter Carew, of Bickley : Or, 
three lions passant in pale sable, a label of three points gules. 

John Chidley, brother unto Baronet Chidley : 
Ermine, three lions rampant gules, in chief a crescent ... 

Symon Leache, OF Cadley : Ermine, on a chief indented 
gules three ducal coronets or, within a bordure engrailed ... 

James Bagge, of Plymouth : [No arms given]. 

Walter Leache, sonne of Sir Symon : Ermine, on a 
chief indented ..., three ducal coronets ..., within a bordure 
engrailed ... 

Edward Cary, of : Argent, on a bend sable three 

roses of the field. 

Thomas Reynell, brother of Sir Richard, of Woge- 
WILL : Argent, masoned proper, on a chief dancetty sable a 
crescent of the field. 



Peers, Baronets and Knights of Devon. 1 2 1 

POPHAM SOUTHCOT, SONNE OF THOMAS SOUTHCOT : 
Argent, a chevron gules between three coots sable, a label of 
three points of the second. 

George Chidley, Baronet, i Augusti, 20 Jacobi : Er- 
mine, three lions rampant gules. 

Frances Drake, of Bukland, Baronet, 20 August, 
20 Jacobi : Sable, a fess between two estoiles of six points 
wavy argent. 

Thomas Heale, of Fleete, Baronet, 28 Maii, 3 Caroli : 
Gules, five fusils conjoined in bend ermine. 

Lewes Pollard, of Nymeton, Baronet, 3 Maii, 3 Caroli : 
Argent, a chevron sable between three escallops gules. 

John Pole, of Shute, Baronet, 12 Septembris, 4 Caroli: 
Azure, a lion rampant argent between seven fleurs-de-lys or. 

Richard Grenvill, of Fitzford, Knight Baronet, 
19 Aprilis, 6 Caroli : Gules, three clarions or rests or, in chief a 
crescent argent. 



SHORT BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES OF 
NOBLES AND KNIGHTS OF DEVON, 

DISTINGUISHED FOR MILITARY AND OTHER SERVICE, 

FROM THE CONQUEST TO THE 
REIGN OF HENRY IV. 

(Pages 259294.) 



Men of Rknoume in military employmentes, and in 
councell within this countye of devon sitiiens 
the coming of the conqueror. 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR setled in this 
country to enhabit, and to govern Baldwin le 
Sap, whom he had made hereditary sherif or 
vicount. 
Judahell surnamed de Totenays of his place of dwelling 
was also placed in Devonshire, and had his castelles both at 
Totenays and Barnstable. 

Martyn de Turon, a noble warrior, the Conqueror gave the 
honor of Dertinton unto. This man overran the country called 
Ceamoys in Wales, and left it unto his posterity. From this 
man ar discended as heires generals th'erl Bathe and the Lord 
Awdelegh. The famyly of Martyn at Adelhamston lately resting 
amongst weomen. Martyn of Seburgh and the Martins of Exceter 
are also discended from this Martin de Turon. 

Raph de la Pomeray did the Conqueror leave to govern this 
and gave unto him divers landes. He made his castell or dwell- 
ing neere Totenays at Berry, where his issue and name con- 
tynewed unto Edward VI. tyme ; the heire male remayneth 
unto this tyme in that name, although not in the honor. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 1 2 3 

Walter de Doway the Conqueror gave Baunton unto with 
divers other landes, his sonne and grandchild were called de 
Baunton of theire dwelling. The heire generall of this man is 
th'erl of Bathe by Pannell, Cogan, and Fitzwarren. 

Richard de Granavilla was setled at Bideford, where his 
issue male contyneweth unto these dayes. 

Walter de Clavile receyved a great enheritanc in this 
country where his issu male contynewed unto Richard II. tyme. 
The heire generall is Beare of Huntsam. Clavill of Dorcetshire 
that now is discendeth from this Walter Clavill. 

Robert de Albimar in the Conqueror's tyme had a goodly 
enheritanc in this shire, and had his dwellinges at Midelton and 
Fluite. Their discended from him divers famylies of great 
woorth and of that name, videlicet of Midleton Damarell, which 
ended in Edward I. tyme. Of Northywis, whose heire generall 
Tremayn of Collacomb is. Of Woodbiry, which ended in the 
latter part of Edward III. raigne, and the heires general were 
maried unto Sir William Bonvil, and Sir John Matravers of 
Melbery. The heire general of Bonvill ys the issue of the lady 
Katerin Gray, and of Matravers Sir John Strangwais. 

Roger de Meolis held Lyw and Wadelescot of Baldwin the 
sherif of [Devon] in the Conqueror's tyme. This name con- 
tynewed in honorable place unto the tyme of King Edward III. 
Then the heires generals were maried unto the Lord William 
Botreaux and Sir Thomas Courtenay, whose heires are th'erl of 
Huntington by Hungerford, and th'erl of Bathe, the Lord Zouch, 
Arondel of Lanhern and the heire generall of Carew, which is 
Thomas Southcot of Mounsotery. Theire was also a younger 
house of Mules which contynewed unto Henry VI. tyme. The 
heire generall ys Arscott by Batten of Dunsland, and by Gilbard 
and Norbury, the heires of the Lord Bray. 

Robert Bastard was also possessed of divers landes in 
Devonshire, and his dwelling was at ErTord in the Conqueror's 
tyme. This name contynewed in very good account unto the 
beginning of Edward III. and theire [were] divers knightes of 
that famylye. The heires generall by Whitlegh are Sir Barnard 
Grenvil and Hals of Efford and Kenedon. The name con- 
tyneweth in this countrey. 

William Poilge, or de Pola, possessed divers landes in the 
Conqueror's tyme in Devon ; his issue contynewed barrons unto 
King John's tyme. William de Pola or de Stagno went into 
the Holy Land with King Richard I. and is nombred amongst 
the barrons. 

Tedbald Fitz Bernard held divers lands in the Conqueror's 
tyme, he had his dwelling neere Exceter at Holecomb Bernard, 
soe called from him ; his issue in his name contynewed unto the 
raigne of King Edward I. The heir generall was maried unto 



1 24 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Kaull, unto whom, by Kingston, Mansell of Somersetshire is 
heire generall. 

Hervey de Hilion had Asseriston and divers other landes in 
Devonshire, and his dwelling was at Asseriston now called Ash- 
ton, fowre miles from Exceter. The heires male contynewed 
unto the Raigne of King Henry III. The heires generall, by 
Prous of Asheriston, is George Chidley, by Prous of Wideworthy, 
is Sir Robert Chichester and Sir Thomas Wise's wief, the 
daughter and heire of Stowford. 

And also by Challons heires generals are Vivian, Courtenay 
of Lanrak in Cornwall, Fulford, the heire of Larder, the heir of 
Barnhous, Fortescu of Wimston, Moore of Moorehays. 

Their was a younger house of that name, which contynewed 
unto the raigne of Edward III. and dwelled at Upton Hilion. 
The heire general of whom is Dowrish of 'Dowrish. 

Men of nobility, and of Renowme in the tvme of 
King Henry I. 

Richard de Ridver receyved by the gift of King Henry I. 
the mannor of Tiverton ; whom the same king for his good 
service made Erl of Devon, being the first Erl of this county 
sithens the Conquest. 

Rocelin de Beamont was in high favor with King Henry I. 
Unto him the king gave Constanc, his base daughter, with the 
mannor of South Tawton : he had fayre possessions in this 
county, and his dwelling was at Shirwell. From him arr de- 
scended Chichester and Basset, as heires generals. 

From a younger famyly dwelling at Ainkesdon, Pomerayof 
Ainkesdon is descended as heir generall. 

And from Beamond of Gidesham which was held illegiti- 
mat, and no Beamond, but named John, the sonne of Jone 
Bodrugan, Muttelbiry of Somersetshire is heire generall. 

Asculph de Soleigny, or de Solariis, was in good employ- 
ment with King Henry I. His dwelling was Umberlcgh. The 
heires general of him by Chambernon, Wellington and Beamont, 
are Chichester and Basset. 

Johell de la Pomeray was in King [Henry] the I. tyme, and 
in good account with the said king. He maried the sister of 
Jeffrey, Erl of Cornwall, which the sayd king begat on Amasa 
Corbet, the mother of the sayd Erie, and of Herebert. This 
man's dwelling was at Berry, which honor his father Raph had 
receyved from the Conqueror. All the name of Pomeray now 
remayning in this Shire are discended from this man. 

Robert, a Norman born, and Bisshop of Exon lived in the 
days of King Henry I. He was counselor of estate to the said 
king, and before unto his brother William Rufus. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon, 1 25 

William Botereaux, or de Bottereles, lived in very great 
esteeme with King Henry I. This man's abode was in this 
schire and in Cornwall ; he maried Alis Corbet, the sister of 
Amasa, mother of Reginald, Erl of Cornwall. The issue male 
of him contynewed unto Henry VI. tyme and were barrons of 
great honor and livelihode. The heire generall of him is th'erl 
of Huntingdon by Hungerford. Sir Walter Hungerford, and 
Sir Edward Hungerford, late of Wilshire, are discended also 
from this William Botreaux. 

Richard Fitz Baldwin, Lord of Okhamton, hereditary sherif 
of Devon lived in King Henry I. [tyme]. This man was of the 
greatest revenew of any man within this County. From his 
sister Emma are discended heires generals Trelawny, Mohun, 
Arondell of Talvarn, and Vyvian and Courtney of Lanrak, by 
the fourth sister of Edward Courtenay, Erl of Devon in 
Henry VII. tyme, also Sir William Courtnay and the rest of the 
Courtneys. 

Robert Fitz Martyn, Lord of Dertinton in Devon, and of 
Ceamoys in Wales, lived in Henry I. tyme. From him is 
descended (as before is sett downe from his father) th'erl of 
Bathe and Lord Awdeley as heires generals, Martyn of Dorcet- 
shire, from whom are the Martins of Excester. 

Roger de Nonant lived in King Henry I. tyme; he enjoyed 
the moyty of the barony and honor of Totenays ; his issue male 
contynewed unto the beginning of Edward III. The heires 
generall of him by Bechamp of Kyme and Challons are Vivian 
and Courtney of Lanrak, by Trethirf and Fulford, Fortescu, 
Larder's daughter, Moore and Fortescu of Wimston and the 
heires of Barnhous by Dennys of Combralegh. 

William Warlewast, a man of great estimacion with King- 
Henry I. and a principall counselor of Estate unto the sayd King, 
was advaunced for his good service unto the Bisshoprick of Exon 
in the [8th year] of his raigne. 



King Stephan. Men of Nobility and Woorth that 
lived in this king's tyme within devon. 

Baldwin de Rivers, Erl of Devon, lived in King Stephan's 
tyme. This man held the cyty of Exceter against the sayd 
King, and being by the said King expulsed from thence, he 
fortified the Isle of Weight but the King pursued him, and 
banished him the land. 

Richard, the sherif of Devon lived in King Stephan's tyme, 
and was Lord of Okhamton. 

Robert Fitz Martin, Lord of Dertinton, Joell de la Pomeray, 
Lord of Byry, Roger Nonant, Lord of the moyty of Totenays, 



126 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Robert de Baunton, Lord of Baunton, Rocelin de Bellomonte, 
Asculph de Solariis and William Botereaux lived also in King 
Stephan's tyme. 

Hugh Peverell of Ermington, the first of the Devonshire 
Peverelle's, lived in King Stephan's tyme. 

Samson Folliot of Warlegh lived in this King's tyme ; his 
issue male contynewed unto the tyme of Henry III. The heire 
generall of this man ys Copleston of Warlegh, by Bonvill and 
Gorges. 

Galfrid de Furnell, or Furneaux, lived in King Stephan's 
tyme. 

Mauricius de Pola, Lord of Pole, lived in King Stephan's 
tyme. 

William de Reigny lived in King Stephan's tyme : his 
heires male contynewed unto Edward I. tyme. The heires 
generall are Horsy and Code of Gidley, by Prous and Da- 
marell. 

William de Buzum, Lord of Churchton and Ithelton, lived 
in King Stephan's tyme : his heires males contynewed in the 
right lyne unto Edward III. tyme : the heires generall ar Yard 
and Ashford by Ferrers, and the heires of the Lord Bray by 
Chiverston and Halwell. The heire male contynewed in a 
younger house unto Henry VI. tyme, and the heire generall of 
that house is Fulford. 

Guy de Britvile lived also in King Stephan's tyme : his 
heire male contynewed unto Edward III. tyme. 

Noble and men of Woorth in King Henry II. his 

TYME. 

Baldwin, Erl of Devon which died in the beginning of the 
Raign of King Henry II.,* unto whom Richard de Ridvers 
Erl of Devon his eldest sonne succeeded. And after the death 
of Richard + Baldwin his eldest sonne succeeded. King 
Henry II. employed this Baldwyn in his British Warres where 
[he] behaved himself valiauntly and in recompenc the said king 
gave unto him the -daughter and heir of Raph de Doliz with the 
honor of Chateau Reaulx ; he died without issue. 

Raph Avenell, the sonne of Emma by William Avenell, her 
first husband, after the death of Adeliz, his Aunt, in the begin- 
ning of Henry II. did succeed in the barony of Okhamton. This 
man disdayning the manage of the daughter of Reginald, Erl of 
Cornwall, soe farr provoked the said Erl that he raised a tytle 
against him for the sayd barony of Okhamton, in which he enti- 
tuled Matild, the daughter of Robert de Averinches, which was 

* Baldwin, ob. 1 1 55. f Richard, ob. 1162. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 1 2 7 

sonne unto Emma the mother of Raph or Ranulph Avenell, by 
a second husband called William de Averinches. It appeareth 
that Richard, the Lord of Okhamton, in his lief tyme, for the 
love which he bare unto Robert de Averinches, caused his 
knightes and freeholders of his honor of Okhamton to attorne 
unto the said Robert as unto his next heire. By reason whereof 
an assise being brought by the sayd Matild against Ranulph, 
the Jury found that Robert de Averinches was seised of the 
sayd honor by th'attornement, and by meanes of the homages 
and fealties donne unto him by the knightes and freeholders of 
the sayd honor. Thus Ranulph lost this honor. 

Robert Fitz Roy, in the right of Matild, his wief, became 
Lord of Okhamton. This Robert was brother unto Reginald 
Erl of Cornwall and alsoe base sonne to King Henry I. He 
begat on the sayd lady his wief one daughter called Matild, 
whom Reginald de Courtenay maried. 

The Lord Reginald de Courtenay came into England with 
Queene Elinor, the wief of King Henry II. The said king gave 
Matild, the daughter of Robert Fitz Roy, with the barony of 
Okhamton, unto the said Reginald, and unto William Cour- 
tenay* the sonne of Reginald the king [gave] the mannor of 
Sutton in Oxfordshire. This Williamf by th'advise of his 
father maried Havvis de Ayncoort the half sister of his father's 
wief, which the Lord of Ayncort begot on the Lady Matild 
before she came into England. From this William-f* and Hawis, 
after her sister's death! lady of Okhamton arr issued all the 
Courtenays. The Lord Reginald had no issue by the Lady 
Matild, his wief, which died without issue. 

Nicolas de Pola, Lord of Pole, in Devonshire lived in the 
beginning of King Henry II. He had also divers landes in 
Wilshire. In his deedes he writeth 'omnibus hominibus suis 
Francis et Angiitis' which was the manner of Barons and great 
men of that tyme. 

Robert, Lord Martin of Dertinton and Ceamoys, the second 
of the name of Robert, and alsoe Robert the third lived in 
Henry II. tyme. 

Henry de Nonant lived in the 22 of Henry II., and after 
the death of Roger his father, which died about the tenth of this 
king, had the moyty of the honor of Totenays. 

Asculph de Solariis died Anno domini 1171 in the [18th] 
yeere of Henry II., and Gilbert de Solariis which had maried 

* Sutton, in Berkshire, was given to Reginald de Courtenay in 1161. 
Eds. 

f For William read Reginald. See ' Notes and Queries/ 8th S,, vii., 
p. 441. Eds. 

% Matilda died in or about 1224, and Hawisia in 12 19 : Hawisia, and not 
her sister, was Lady of Okehampton. Eds. 



128 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

with Hawis, sister to Richard Erl of Devon, succeeded him, and 
his dwelling was also at Umberlegh. This man and his father 
alsoe did serve Henry II. in his British warres. He left issue 
Mabil his only daughter and heire, whom Jordan de Cham- 
bernon maried, and enjoyed Umberlegh and the rest of the said 
Gilberte's landes with her. 

Reginald, Erl of Cornwall, Lord of the honor of Braneys* 
in Devonshire died Anno domini 1175 ; 23 Henry II. Henry 
his base sonne called ' films Comitis' held the same honor, but 
the king resumed it into his owne handes after some short space 
after the death of Reginald, soe as the said Henry held the same 
at the kinge's pleasure. 

Fulk Pannell, or Paganell, was Lord and Baron of Baunton 
in this king's raigne; the said Fulk attended the sayd Henry II. 
in his British warres, and maried Alda, th'eldest sister of Gilbert 
de Abrinces, and had a great part of his enheritanc after his 
death, who was drowned Anno Domini 1172. This Fulk died 
Anno domini 1182, the 28 of Henry II. and his sonne William 
succeeded him. 

Oliver the sonne of Oliver de Dinan was Vicount of Dynan 
in Britayne, and Lord of Hertland, and Harpford and divers 
other landes in Devonshire. This man and also his kinsman 
Rowland de Dinan were in very great favor with King Henry II. 
yeat nevertheles they both rebelled against the said King, who 
destroyed Becherell, the castell of Rolland Dynan and destroyed 
a great part of Dynan, which belonged unto the sayd Oliver de 
Dinan. This man was a great souldier, and especially well 
esteemed by King Henry II. after his submission and recon- 
ciliacion. 

Warin de Aula held of King Henry II. 9 knights' fees 
within this shire. 

William de Breuse held the moytye of the honor of Barn- 
stable in the tyme of King Henry II. He gave the same unto 
th'Erl of Lecester, Robert, with Loretta his daughter, who dying 
without issue gave unto her neixce Matild de Tracy Tawstoke. 

Richard de Bellomonte, sonne of Roscelin and Constanc, 
King Henry I. base daughter, was Vicount of Mayne in Nor- 
mandy, and Lord of Southtawton in this shire. This man was 
had in soe great respect with King Henry II. that he bestowed 
his daughter Ermegardis in manage on William, King of Scot- 
land and was at the chardge thereof, and honored it with his 
owne person in the [33rd] yeere of his raigne. Constanc, another 
daughter of the sayd Richard, was maried unto Roger de Tony 
of Flamsted.t 

* Bradninch. Eds. 

t This paragraph is misplaced on p. 27c of MS. Eds. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 1 29 



Noble men and men of speciall note in military or 
cyvill governement which lived in klng richard 
the first his tyme in devonshire. 

William, Lord Brigwer, or Briwer, a man very well learned 
in the lawes of this land, a judge and counseller of Estate, and 
much employed by King Richard I. He had lardg possessions 
in Devonshire by the king's gift, and also by his wief Matild de 
Vallibus. He left two sonnes both by the name of William ; the 
youngest was a clergyman and Bisshop of Exon. After the 
death of the Lord William Briwer, his sonne, his large possessions 
were devided amongst th'issue of his daughters. 

William Panell, the sonne of Fulk Pannell, was barron of 
Baunton in King Richard I. tyme. He left issue William which 
left 3 daughters, all which died issueles, and his estate came 
unto Sir John [Cogan], sonne of Cristian sister of William 
Pannell.* 

William de Ridvers, called de Vernon of the place of his 
birth, the sonne of Baldwin, Erl of Devon, after the death of his 
brother, and his two nephewes, Baldwin and Richard, came unto 
th'Erldome of Devonshire in the tyme of Richard I. He had 
issue Baldwyn, which died two yeeres before him, Jone maried 
unto the Lord William Briwer, the younger, and Mary, maried 
unto the Lord Robert de Courtenay, unto whose posterity 
th'Erldom of Devon afterward came. 

Henry de la Pomeray was Lord of Byry in this king's tyme, 
who enclining in faccion unto John Erl of Moreton and Corn- 
wall, the kind's brother, drave out the monkes out of St. Michael's 
Mount, in Cornwall, and fortified the same against the king. 
But hearing of the king's redempcion and retorningehomewardes, 
he died as it was supposed with grief and feare, 

William de Tracy had a porcion of the barony of Barn- 
stable in King Richard I. tyme. 

Oliver de Tracy held also a porcion thereof in the same 
king's tyme. 

John de Toriton was in King Richard I. tyme Lord and 
Baron of Toriton ; after the death of William, his sonne, this 
Barony and other his landes were devided amongst five weemen, 
sisters,! and the heires generall, maried unto Merton, Brian, 
Martin, Humfravill and Sully. 

William, Lord Martin of Dertinton and Ceamoys, lived in 
Richard I. tyme. 

* See notes under the Barony of Bampton or Baunton (p. 71). Eds. 

f See note under the Barony of Torington or Torinton (p. 66), where 
the heirs are proved to be Merton, FitzWilliam, Tremenet, Umfraville 
and Sully. Eds. 

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1 30 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Henry de Ferrers held the honor of Beere of th'Erl Moreton 
and Cornwall in this King's tyme, from whome are issued all the 
families of Ferrers which were in Devon and Cornwall but now 
extinguished in the heires femalles. 

Peter de Burdon lived in the tyme of Richard I. and was 
Lord of Kingsteignton in this shire : his issue male contynewed 
unto the tyme of King Henry IV. Henry Clifford esquire, the 
now Lord of Kingsteignton is heire generall of him by Thorp. 

Richard Peverell of Ermington lived in this tyme. The 
famylyes of Carew ar discended from him, and Thomas South- 
cot of Mounsotery is the heire generall : from hym alsoe are 
discended all ye famylyes of Carew. 

Galfrid del Estre, or Lestre, Lord of Langford Lestre, lived 
in the tyme of Richard I. This man's Barony was in Somerset- 
shire. 

Odo de Carrio, the sonne of William, the sonne of Girald, 
the Steward of Pembroke, lived in this king's tyme. King 
Richard I. gave unto him the mannor of Braunton in Devon- 
shire. He was Lord of Carrew in Pembrokshire from whenc he 
tooke his name : he was also Lord of Mullefford in Barkshirc, 
and had great possessions in Ireland. From him all the famylies 
of Carew ar discended and Thomas Southcot of Mohun's Otery 
ys the heire generall. 

Henry de Tilly lived in this king's tyme and had great 
landes in Richard I. tyme in this county at Woonford. He fell 
unto the French King in King John's tyme and left all his landes 
in England. 

Gilbert Villers the Norman held Rew and divers landes in 
Devonshire, and adhering unto the French from King John left 
his landes. 

William Bacon held Dunsford and divers other landes in this 
shire ; he was also a Norman and forfeyted his landes in King 
John's tyme. 

William de Pola, or de Stagno, held great possessions in 
this shire : he went into the Holy Land and attended on King 
Richard I. and is nombred amongst the barrons that attended 
on the said King. Jone his daughter and heire was maried unto 
Guy de Bryan. 

William Revell lived in King Richard I. tyme in this shire, 
and held divers landes heere : his sonne Richard de Revell was 
sherif of Devon in King Richard's tyme, a good part thereof. 

William de Montagu, or de Monteacuto, held divers landes 
in Devon in King Richard I. tyme. His barony was in Somer- 
set. The great family of that name, which were Erles of 
Salisbury, descended from him, as also did the Montagues of 
Somersetshire. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon, 1 3 1 

Richard Flemyng, or Flandrensis, held Stoke Flemyng, 
Otery Flemyng, now Otery Mohun, with divers other landes ; 
unto whom succeeded William and William, his sonne and 
grandchild ; the last gave his landes unto the Lord Reginald de 
Mohun in the tyme of Henry III. 



The Noble and great men of birth, name and repu- 
tacion that were of this county and lived in 
the dayes of klng john. 

William de Ridvers, Erl of Devon lived and was also Erl of 
Devon in King John's tyme. 

William Pannell, baron of Baunton. 

Roger la Zouch unto whom King John gave Blactoriton, 
being the land of Joell de Mayn, which revolted from King John 
unto the French King. The King also gave unto him North- 
molton and other landes in this shire. Many branches are 
sprouted out of this dry tree, for soe I take it the name doth 
signify. The heire male of th'eldest house contynewed unto 
Edward II. tyme, and after by St. Maur was caried into the 
Lord Zouch that nowe ys, whoe is heir male as yeat enduring. 
Bamfild and Stowell are also discended from the sayd Roger by 
St. Maur, and also Fortescu of Pruteston. From another younger 
house Mr. Davailes of Merland, by Fitzwarren is discended. 
And from another younger house Carew and Corbet are discended, 
by Talbot of Castell Ricard. 

Peter Fitz Herbert in King John's tyme held 18 knightes' 
fees which were parcell of the honor of Barnstable. 

Mathew Fitz Herebert, Lord of Stoke in Ham lived in this 
king's tyme. He was a great soldiour, and was younger sonne 
unto Herebert Fitz Herebert, whose father was chamblayn unto 
King Henry I. The issue male of this man contynewed unto 
Edward's tyme. The honor came unto th'Erl of Huntington, by 
th'Erl of Salisbury and Monthermer. 

William le Brewse, Lord of Totneys, in Devonshire. This 
man fell soe greatly in displeasure with King John for that he 
refused to deliver his sonnes for pledges for his loyalty, that he 
was enforced to flye, but the king's displeasure pursued him into 
Ireland, where his wief and William his eldest sonne were taken 
and emprisoned, where they dyed with famyn. But William 
Brues himself escaped into France, and their dyed. 

Oliver Tracy lived in this King's [tyme] : he maried Eva, 
the daughter of William Bruese, by meanes whereof the whole 
barony and honor of Barnstaple came unto the Lord Henry 
Tracy his sonne. 

William Lord Briwer lived also in this king's tyme. 

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132 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

John, Baron of Torinton, and William his sonne lived in 
King John's tyme. 

Thomas Basset, a younger sonne of the Lord Thomas 
Basset, and brother to the Lord Gilbert Basset, lived in King 
John's tyme ; and had the mannors of Coliton and Whiteford in 
Devon ; he left issue two daughters Jone first wief of Reginald 
de Valletort, and secondly of William Courtenay, knight, and 
Alice, first maried to the Lord William Malet, secondly unto Sir 
Thomas Samford, and thirdly unto the Lord John Biset. She 
had issue by Samford many children. The heires generall of 
this Thomas Basset are Grevill, by the Lord Brooke, Cheyney, 
Stafford, Matravers, and Folliot ; also Strangwais, by Taylbois, 
Stafford, Matravers, Folliot and Samford. 

Eustachius Grenvill was liuetenant of the Towre of London 
in the 16 yeere of King John: he was discended of Grenvill of 
Bideford.* 

Phillip de Albiniaco, or Dalbeney, had his dwelling in 
Devonshire 10 of King John. This man was a great soldior, 
and very faithfull to the sayd king, and never swarved from his 
service in all his great trowbles. His heire generall is th'Erl of 
Bathe, whose great-grandmother was the sole sister of Henry 
Dawbeney, Erl of Bridgwater, and daughter of Giles Lord Daw- 
beney. Mr. Giles Dawbeney of Wayford in Somersetshire, that 
now is, descendeth from the brother of the said Gyles, Lord 
Dawbeney, and is th'only heire male from the sayd Phillip. 

John Fortescu was a souldior in armes under this King John, 
who granted Wimondeston in Devonshire un*o him in the 10 
yeere of his raigne. From this man are descended all the 
severall famylies of that name thorough England. Th'eldest 
house hath contynewed ever sithens his dwelling at Wymondes- 
ton, untill lately the heire of that famyly hath sold this, 
being the remnant of th'enheritanc of his auncestors, formerly 
wasted. 

William, Lord Martyn of Dertinton and Ceamoys lived in 
this king's tyme. This man kept himself close in Wales during 
the sturres betwixt King John and his barrons. 

Henry de la Pomeray, lord of Byry, lived in King John's 
tyme. 

Robert de Sachvile served King John, unto whom he gave 
the land of divers Normans that were departed from his obedienc, 
as Rew, Cowlegh, Dunsford and other landes, which descended 
unto his nephew Phillip Causbeof, and soe by Amicia his 
daughter, wief of Robert Blakford, unto Sir John Blackford their 
sonne, which lived in the tyme of Edward II. 

* In the margin is written, in a later hand, the following note : 'This 
Eustace was a knight, and settled at Wotton-under-Wood, in Bucks/ Eds. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 1 3 3 

Henry, the sonne of Reginald Erl of Cornwall, held the 
honor of Totenays (which King John had seised into his handes 
uppon displeasure taken against William Lord Bruis) by the 
commaundement of the said King, who had also the King's 
mannor of Carswill and Dupeford, from the said king's gift. He 
held also the honor of Braneys : he died without issue. 

Symon Fitz Rogon had Normancot of King John's gift, 
which was of the land that the Normans held. His dwelling 
was at Holcomb Rogus, which bordereth neere Somersetshire. 
From him are discended Blewet and the heires of Wadham by 
Chiselden. 

Eustachius Courtenay served also under King John, who 
gave unto him the land of John, the sonne of Lucas, who was 
Butteler unto King Henry II. This John revolted to the French 
King and Eustais Courtenay possessed Tingewike* in Devon- 
shire which the sayd John before held. 

Galfride de Albemarle was in this king's tyme, and held 
Woodbery of the king, which King Henry I. gave unto Stephen 
de Maundevill, his auncetor : the heires generall of this man are 
the Lord Bonvil's heire, and Grevill and Strangways by Ma- 
travers. 

Robert de Ropeley held by his wief three fees, parcell of 
the honor of Lymesey, within this county. This man was a 
great souldior and of much employment in King John's tyme. 



Men of Nobilyty and Woorth, inhabiting or which 
[were] of Devonshire in Henry III. tyme. 

William de Ridvers, called de Vernon, Erl of Devon : he 
died the first yeere of this king unto whom succeeded Baldwin 
de Rivers, his grandchild, by the Lord Baldwin his sonne, which 
died two yeeres before his father, and left issue by Margaret 
Fitzgerald, daughter and heire unto the Lord Warren Fitz 
Gerald : this Baldwin that succeeded his grandfather in th'erldom, 
he maried Amicia de Clare daughter of the wief of Richard, Erl 
of Cornwall. 

Richard Plantaginet Erl of Cornwall, and after King of 
Romanes, held in his owne right the honor of Braneys in Devon- 
shire with divers great lardg possessions in this shire, which all 
came unto the crowne after the death of Edmond his sonne, 
which died without lawfull issue. 

* The holder of Tingwike was Eustacia de Courtenay, who also held 
Curtun, in Sussex. She was the wife of Philip FitzAncelin, and previously 
of Luce Fitzjohn (the Lucas of the text), from whom she had the lands of 
Tingwike in dower (Rott. Litt. Claus., 2 Hen. III., pt. 2, memb. n ; Rot. 
Fin., 7 Hen. III., memb. 2). Eds. 



1 34 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

William, Lord Brywer the younger, lived in the beginning 
of Henry III. He died without issue, having maried Jone, on 
of the daughters of William de Vernona, Erl of Devon : his 
enheritanc was parted amongst his five sisters, Margery, by 
whom that part was made a porcion annexed unto the honor of 
Lancaster ; Grace, the second sister, left her enheritanc to Can- 
tilupe and Mortimer; Isabell, the third sister, from whom by 
Wake, and Edmond of Woodstock's daughter, the heires of 
Holland Erl of Kent are discended. Alis, the fourth sister, 
from whom by Mohun and Strangeway th'erl of Derby is 
discended, and the three daughters and heires of Ferdinando, 
Erie of Derby are likewise discended, and ar the heires generals 
from the sayd Isabell, and also of the Lords Mohun and Strange ; 
and Jone the fifth sister maried to William Percy, and had issue 
Jone, Agnes, Alis and Anastacia. 

William Brewer, sonne of the Lord William Brewer, th'elder 
was in great favor with King Henry III., and of his privy 
counsell. He was promoted unto the bisshoprick of Exon in 
the ioth yeere of Henry III. The King putt this man in trust 
with the conveying of his sister into Germany, to bee maried 
unto th'Emperor. He died in 29 yeere of King Henry III. 

William Ralegh born in Devon. He was a man excellently 
lerned in the lawes of this Realme, and was first a judge, and 
after promoted by King Henry III. unto the Bisshoprick of 
Norwich, but in the 27 of the same king he attayned unto the 
Bisshoprick of Winchester, without the king's consent, by meanes 
whereof he fell into displeasure with the said King. 

Robert, Lord Courtenay, was Baron of Okhamton in the 
begining of Henry III. and after the death of the Lady Hawis, 
his mother, Lady and enheretrix of that honor. This lady was 
maried unto William* sonne of the Lord Reginald de Courtenay, 
which had maried Matild the sister of this Lady Hawis, and by 
her had the sayd barony. 

William Pannell, or Paganell, Lord of Baunton, sonne of 
William, the sonne of Fulk, lived in King Henry III. tyme, and 
died in the i6[34] yeere of his raign, leaving issuet Milicent, Alis 
and Agnes, which all three died without issue, by means whereof 
Baunton and the rest of th'inheritanc came unto Sir John Cogan 
as next cosen and heire, being sonne of Sir William, sonne of 
Sir Milo, by Cristian the daughter of Sir Fulk Pannell. 

Sir Nicholas de Mules was a man of high reputacion in 
King Henry III. tyme, and was a counselor of estate. Besides 
he was a worthy and noble souldier. He was a governor or 
seneschall of Gascoigne, and in the 28 of King Henry III. he 

* For William read Reginald. Eds. 

\ He died without issue ; see note (p. 71) under the Barony of Baunton. 
Eds. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 135 

fought a Battell with the King of Navarr, and tooke him pri- 
soner in the field. He discended of an auncient linage within 
this shire, and had in mariage Hawis on of the daughters and 
heires of the Lord James sonne of William de Newmarch. The 
King gave unto him his mannor of Kingscarswill in Devon. 
The heires generall of him are th'erl of Huntington by Botreaux 
and Hungerford, and the heires of the Lord Dinham by Cour- 
tenay. 

Sir Stephan de Bauceyne served King Henry III. and was 
a worthy souldior, and had many victories against the Welch, 
and was at the length slayne the 41 of the same King by Rees 
Vachan. 

Henry de Baa lived in the tyme of King Henry III., and 
was a judge of the King's Bench, and being appealed of falshod 
by Sir Phillip Darcy he fell soe highly into the king's dis- 
pleasure, that the king gave liberty unto any man to kill him. 
But his wief being of kinred of the Bassetes and Samfordes, which 
were greate men in that tyme, by theire meanes he was recon- 
ciled unto the king. 

Herebert Fitz Mathew, Lord of Stokenham, sonne of 
Mathew Fitzherbert, lived in Henry III. tyme; he was a 
valiant knight, and of great service, and had great knowledge in 
the warres. He was slayne neere Montgomery in Wales, by 
the fall of a stone from the topp of a hill. 

The Lord Alan Zouch, sonne of Roger, lived in this king's 
tyme ; he was Lord of Northmolton, and had divers other landes 
in Devonshire. He was lerned in the lawes of this land, and 
was Justice of Chester. He also receyved great advauncement 
by Helen, his wief, on of the daughters and heires of Roger 
Quyncy, Erl of Winchester, and Helen his wief. He was slayne 
in Westminster Hall. 

The Lord Phillip Dawbeney, or Dalbiney, lived in Henry III. 
tyme, and was of the king's counsell, and employed in great 
affaires, as namely in practising the revolt of the Normans from 
the French. This man soe much prevailed in counsell with the 
king, that by his meanes the jorney, which the bisshops of 
Winchester and Exceter intended unto the Holy Land was 
crossed. 

Baldwyn de Ridvers, the fifth was Erl of Devonshire after 
the death of Baldwyn his father, which died 29 of Henry III. 
This Baldwin had issue John which lived not long, by meanes 
whereof the name of Ridvers failed, and th'erldom came unto 
Isabell sister of the last Baldwin, which was maried unto 
William de Fortibus, Erl of Albemarle. This Lady died with- 
out issue. Neere about her death shee sold th'ile of Weight, 
and her mannor of Christchurch unto King Edward I. for six 
thowsand mark, payd by the hands of Sir Gilbert de Knovile, 



136 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon* 

William de Stanes, and Geffrey Hecham, the King's Receivers. 
After her death th'inheritanc and th'Erldome of Devon came 
unto the Lord Hugh Courtenay as cosen and next heir. 

John, Lord Courtenay, was baron of Okhamton in this 
king's tyme, after the death of Robert his father. 

William de Bruse, the sonne of the Lord Reginald by 
Grace, on of the sisters and heires of William Lord Brewer, was 
Lord of Totenais, and was hanged by Leolyn, princ of Wales, 
for that hee took him in adultery with his wief in the 14 yeere of 
Henry III. 

William, Lord Cantilup, after the death of William, Lord 
Breuse, had the honor of Totneys ; and left it unto George, his 
sonne. 

Sir Henry de la Pomeray, the father and sonne, were both 
Lords of Byry in King Henry III. his tyme. 

Nicolas, Lord Martyn of Dertinton, and Ceamoys, the father 
and sonne, were both Lordes of those honors in Henry III. 
tyme. 

Henry, Lord Tracy, sonne of Oliver Tracy, and Eva his 
wief, was baron of Barnstaple, a man well lerned in the lawes, 
and a judg in the tyme of Henry III. He left issue Matild, 
first married unto Nicolas, Lord Martyn, and after to Jeffrey 
Camvil : he died 2 of Edward I. 

Peter Fitz Mathew, Lord of Stokenham, succeeded Here- 
bert, and lived in Henry III. his tyme, and John Fitz Mathew 
his brother did succeede him, and died about the 54 of Henry III. 
leaving his sonne Mathew within age, and in the custody of the 
Lord Nicolas Martin. 

Oliver de Dinant was Lord of Herteland in the beginning 
of King Henry III., whom Galfride de Dynant succeeded, 27 [5] 
of Henry III. and Oliver the sonne of Galfride the latter end of 
Henry III. All these three grandfather, father, and sonne were 
in Henry III. tyme. 

Reginald de Valletort was Lord of Tremeton in Cornwall, 
which he had by Jone, his mother, on of the daughters of Regi- 
nald Erl of Cornwall. He was also Lord of Hurberton, in 
Devon : after the death of Roger, his sonne, th'inheritanc came 
unto Peter Corbet and Henry de la Pomeray, being cosens and 
next heires to the said Roger Valletort. Peter Corbet died 
without issue. 

Henry de Bracton lived in this King Henry III. tyme ; he 
was excellently lerned in the lawes, the memory whereof re- 
mayneth unto this day by his labors extant ; he dwelled in 
Devon, and lyeth buried in St. Peter's at Exceter. 

William Chambernon, baron, the sonne of Jordan Cham- 
bernon, was lord of Umberlegh ; he died in the beginning of 
King Henry III., and left a young lady, his daughter and heire 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. I $7 

named Jone, which was maried unto Sir Raph de Willinton, and 
brought unto him divers sonnes. After the death of Sir Raph, 
which died about the 41 of Henry III., this lady contynewed 
long tyme a widow, and stileth her self in all her deedes Lady 
Jone Chambernon. Shee caused also all her sonnes to leave the 
Willington's armes, and to give the Chambernons. 

Sir Raph de Willinton, eldest sonne of Sir Raph and the 
Lady Jone Chambernon, was a man of warr, in King Henry III. 
his tyme. He had the keeping of Lundey, and was dischardged 
thereof in the 48 of Henry III., and the keeping thereof de- 
livered unto Humphrey de Bohun. 

Reginald, Lord Mohun of Dunster, was Lord of Otery 
Mohun and divers other grete possessions in Devon : a great 
part he gave unto William, his younger sonne, which he begat 
on Isabell, the widow of the Lord Gilbert Basset, the daughter 
of William Erl Ferrers by Sibill Marshall: he died the 15 of 
February, 1257. 



Noble men of birth and such principall men of note 
and employment that were born or had dwell- 
inges in Devonshire in the tyme of Edward I. 

Edmond Plantaginet, sonne of Richard, King of Almayn, 
was Erl of Cornwall, and baron of the honor of Braneys in 
Edward I. tyme. He died without lawfull issue, and his honors 
came to the king as his next heire. 

Hugh, Lord Courtenay, Baron of Okhamton, lived in King 
Edward I. tyme. He was sonne unto John Courtenay and died 
20 of Edward I., unto whom Hugh Lord Courteney, his sonne, 
afterward Erl of Devonshire succeeded. 

George de Cantilup was Lord of Totenays in Edward I. his 
tyme : he died without issue, and the honor of Totenays came 
unto the porcion of his sister Milizent, first wief of Eudo la 
Zouch, and secondly of Roger de Monthalt. He died 1 Ed- 
ward I. 

Nicholas Martin, Lord of Ceamoys in Wales, and Derting- 
ton in Devon : this man lived in the beginning of Edward I. his 
raign, and maried Matild, the daughter of Henry Lord Tracy. 
After the death of this Nicolas, his wief was remarried unto 
Jeffrey Camvill, which toward the latter end of this king's 
raigne was called as a baron unto the parliament. This Lady 
had issue by both her husbandes : by the first William Lord 
Martyn, and by the second Sir William Camvill, and Matild, 
wief of Sir Henry de la Pomeray. 

William Lord Martyn of Ceamoys, and Dertington lived in 
the tyme of Edward I. He maried Elinor, the widow of the 



138 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Lord John de Mohun the II., the daughter of the Lord Reginald 
Fitzpeers, by whom he had issue, William, Jone, wief of the 
Lord Nicolas de Audelegh of Helegh, and Elinor wief of Sir 
Phillip Columbers, which died without issue. 

Henry de la Pomeray, Lord of Byry, died in the 15 of 
Edward I., after whom Henry de la Pomeray his sonne suc- 
ceeded, and died in the 33 of King Edward I. unto whom Henry 
his sonne succeeded, being at the death of his father 14 yeeres 
old. 

John de Mules, sonne of Sir Roger de Mules, sonne of Sir 
John de Mules, being the sonne of Nicolas, that valiant souldior 
and grate counseler in Henry III. his tyme, was called as a 
baron unto the parliament in the 27 of Edward I. He had his 
dwelling at Kingscarswill in Devonshire ; he died the 3 of 
Edward II. 

Oliver de Dinant, or Dinham, sonne of Oliver, was called 
as a barron unto the parliament 27 of Edward I., in which yeere 
he also died, and left Jocey, his sonne, to succeede him. 

Sir John Cogan, knight, was a man of great honor in Ire- 
land, and a good soulidor. After the death of the daughters* 
of William Pannel, Lord of Baunton, he came unto the same 
landes which the said William held in England as cosen and 
next heire, being sonne of Sir William, the sonne of Sir 
Miles Cogan by Cristian daughter unto Sir Fulk Pannell of 
Baunton. This Sir John died 6 of Edward I., and Sir John 
Cogan, his sonne, succeeded unto him, which died in the 30 
of Edward I., and left Thomas his sonne to succeede him, 
being of th'age of xxvj yeeres at the death of his father. 

Sir Raph de Wilinton, after the death of his mother the 
Lady Jone Chambernon, was Lord of Umberlegh, unto whom 
Sir John de Willinton his sonne succeeded in King Edward I. 
tyme. 

Roger, Lord Zouch of Ashby, was after the death of the 
Lord Zouch, his father, Lord of Northmolton : he maried Ela, 
on of the daughters and heires of Sir Stephan Longespe, Lord 
Justice of Ireland, and had issue Alan, the last Zouch of that 
famyly. 

Sir John de Carrio, or Carru, lived in this king's tyme, and 
had by his wief, Elinor the daughter and heire of William de 
Mohun, of Otery Mohun, the sonne of the Lord Reginald Mohun 
of Dunster by Isabel his second wief, being on of the heires of 
th'erl Marshall, great possessions in this shire. He had issue 
by her Sir Nicolas de Carru, which died without issue, and by 
his second wief Jone Talbot, he had issue Sir John, unto whom 
the Mouns' landes were conveyed by fyne. 

* Or rather sister ; see under the Barony of Baunton, note (p. 71). Eds. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. \ 39 

This Sir John de Carreu was sonne of Sir Nicolas, which 
maried Amicia the sister of Sir John Peverell of Erminton, by 
whom he had Weston Peverell, Mamhed and Galmeton in 
Devon. The said Sir Nicolas was sonne of Sir Nic )las and of 
Amicia, his wief, by whom he had the barony of Odron in Ire- 
land. Sir Nicolas was sonne of Sir William, baron of Carew in 
Pembrokshire, and Mulesford in Barkshire, being the sonne of 
Nicolas, the sonne of William de Carrio, unto whom King John 
confirmed Mulesford, which King Henry I. gave unto Gerald 
the sonne of Walter, the grandfather of Otho, father of this 
William. 

From this Gerald, which is sometyme called Gerald de 
Winsor, and most commonly Steward or governor of Pembroke, 
are discended the Fitzgeraldes of Kildare, and th'erles of Desmond 
in Ireland, and all the families of the Carowes in Ireland and 
England. This Gerald was the sonne of Walter, Constable of 
the Castell of VVindesor, from which Walter, the Lord Winsor 
that now liveth discendeth. 

This Gerald came into Wales with Arnulph Erl of Pem- 
broke, brother of Robert de Belismo, and sonne of Roger de 
Mountgomery, Erl of Salop, and was his constable, or steward. 
But after this Arnulph did rebell, and was banisshed by Henry I. 
The King gave the custody of all his landes unto Gerald, and 
gave unto him great possessions. This Gerald new builded the 
castell of Pembrok. He maried Nesta, daughter of Rees ap 
Theodor, which was a bewtifull lady, and begat on her many 
children. William, th'eldest, seated himself at Carru, where he 
builded his castell; he held also Mullesford by on knight's fee, 
which his father had of the gift of Henry I. He also held two 
knightes' fees in Hermitage in Buckinghamshire, by the name of 
William, the sonne of Gerald of Pembroke. This William had 
issue Odo. The sayd William and Odo, his sonne, by the name 
of William the sonne of Gerald, and Odo his sonne, granted 
Rodberd in Pembrokshire, lying neere Carew castell, by their 
deede unto the Knightes Templars. 

King Richard I. gave unto this Odo the mannor of Braunton 
in Devon by the name of Odo, the sonne of William, the sonne 
of Gerald, and it appeareth by a Record in the Towre that Odo 
de Carrio held Braunton of the King at will, paying xv !i yearly, 
anno primo Regis Johannis. 

This Gerald had issue also David, Bisshop of St. Davy, and 
Maurice Fitz Gerald, from whom are discended the famylies of 
Kildare and Desmond in Ireland. 

The Lord John Willington, sonne of Sir Raph, lived in the 
tyme of King Edward I. He left issue the Lord John, Sir 
Reginald and Sir Henry. 

The Lord Roger de Valletort was baron of Hurberton in 



140 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon* 

the tyme of Edward L, and died in the 33 of Edward I. Unto 
whom Peter Corbet, and Henry de la Pomeray were cozens and 
next heires. 

Roger de Ferrers, Lord of Beere Ferrers, died about the 20 
of King Edward I. and Sir Reginald de Ferrers, his brother, 
succeeded him. This Reginald died in the 33 of Edward I. and 
William, his sonne, succeeded him. 

John Fitz Mathew was Lord of Stokenham in Edward I. 
tyme whose* enheritanc came unto the Lord Raph Mont- 
hermer. 



Noble men of birth, and such worthy men as were 
in Devonshire, or had houses there in the 
tyme of King Edward II. 

Piers de Gaveston King Edward II. made Erie of Cornwall, 
and Lord of the honor of Braneys, but he lost both lief, erldome 
and honor in the king's tyme. 

Hugh Lord Courtenay, baron of Okhamton. 

William Lord Martyn of Ceamoys, Dertington, and after his 
mother's death Lord of Barnstaple, was in this King Edward II. 
tyme, and the Lord William, his sonne also, which died the 19 of 
the same king, and left his enheritanc unto Elinor, his sister, 
wief of Phillip Columbers, and to James Audeley, sonne of his 
sister Jone. 

Thomas Cogan, the sonne of Sir John Cogan, Lord of 
Baunton, and died in the [8] yeere of King Edward II., and left 
Richard, his sonne, to succeed him, and was of full age 14 of 
this king. 

John, Lord Mules, died the 2 of King Edward II., and the 
Lord Nicolas his sonne succeeded him, which died also the 9 of 
this king, leaving his brother Roger his heire, who also died 
without issue, and left his brother John his heire. 

Gilbert de Knovill, knight, a man well lerned in the lawes, 
and as I take it, Chief Barron of th'Exchecquer, died in the 8 of 
Edward II., and left his sonne, Sir John Knovill his heire, being 
of th'age of xl yeeres. This John had two daughters his heires, 
. . . , maried unto John Dreu, from whom Mr. John Pawlet is 
discended as heire, by the manage of Burton's daughter and 
heire. The second daughter called Alis maried unto Thomas 
Ercedecne, from whom by Luscot Arondell of Lanhern is 
discended as heire generall. 

Walter de Stapledon, Bisshop of Exon, was a great coun- 
sellor of Estate, and in great favor with King Edward II., by 

* The following words are erased : ' daughter and only heire maried unto 
the Lord Monthermer.' Eds. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 1 4 1 

whom he was made Lord Threasorer of England, And was sent 
by the said king into France, to espye the demeasnor of Queene 
Isabell the king's wief. And being appoynted Custos of London 
he, togither with his brother Sir Richard Stapledon, a knight 
of Devonshire, was slayne in a mutynye made by the Lon- 
doners. 

John Lord Wilinton of Umberlegh lived in the tyme of 
King Edward II. He was eldest sonne of the Lord de Willinton 
which died about the beginning of Edward II. This man died 
Anno domini 1336, about the 9 of Edward III. 

Sir Henry de Willinton, youngest sonne of the Lord John, 
and brother of the Lord de Willinton. This man dwelled at 
Gidesham in Devonshire. He was a good souldior, and was on 
amongst the barrons that tooke armes against Edward II., and 
was slayne about the 17 yeere of the same king: he is named 
by Holinshed a Baronet.* 

Noble men of birth, or of woorth in the common- 
welth which had dwellinges in devon in the 
tyme of Edward III. 

John of Eltam, brother to King Edward III., created Erl of 
Cornwall in the 2 yeere of his raign. 

The Lord Edward princ of Wales made Duke of Cornwall 
by King Edward III., his father, had the honor of Braneys in 
Devon, and the cyty of Exceter, and the castel of Exon an- 
nexed unto his duchy. His worthy atchiementes are sufficiently 
sett foorth by many writers, and therefore I shall bestow vayne 
labor in this place to mencion them. 

Hugh, Lord Courtenay, the 2 Baron of Okhamton, after 
the death of Isabell, countes of Devonshire, entred into all the 
possessions of the sayd erldome, but assumed not the name and 
tytle of Erie, by meanes whereof he had was called into 
question, and theruppon his complaynt unto the king, which bad 
him take the name of Erie of Devon, and by that name the king 
directed his lettres and messages unto him. Soe about the 9 
yeere of King Edward III. he tooke uppon him the name of 
Erie of Devon, which contynewed unto him and his posteryty. 
He died the ninth of January in the 40th [14th] yeere of the 
same king, after whom Hugh Lord Courtenay the III., his 
sonne was Erl of Devonshire : he died the 2 of May in the 51 of 
the same King. 

James Lord Audelegh of Helegh and Rougchastell, was 
also by the right of his mother Jone, sister of William Lord 
Martyn, baron of Dertington, Ceamoys and Barnstaple. This 

* I.e., Banneret. Eds. 



142 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

man was excellent in martiall skill, and by his great valew that 
great field at Poictiers was gotten, where the French king was 
taken prisoner. This lord gave the first onsett and behaved 
him self so valiantly that the princ gave unto him five hundred 
mark of yeerly revenew for that daye's service, which presently 
the sayd lord Awdelegh gave unto foure of his gentlemen, which 
served under him and shewed great valew. The princ at first 
offended that he should soe little esteeme his gift, but depart 
with it to his servants, was soe well satisfied with his answere, 
and his gift, that he both confirmed the same, and added other 
seven hundred markes of Revennew unto the sayd lord. He was 
knight of th'order of the Garter, and specially employed with 
others for the government of Devonshire, and the defenc thereof 
against invasion ; he died in the [9] yeere of Richard II., and 
left the Lord Nicolas to succeede him. 

John Montacute, brother unto William, Erl of Salisbury, 
was Lord and Baron of Stokenham. He maried Margaret, 
daughter and heire of Thomas Monthermer, Lord of Stokenham. 
This man was a valiant man and employed in the French warres 
by King Edward III. He was also appoynted by commission 
for the defenc of Devonshire with others and in the ... of Ed- 
ward III. [13 Ric. II.] died and left the Lord John his sonne to 
succeede him. 

Sir Henry de la Pomeray, the father and sonne lived in 
Edward's tyme, and were Lordes of Byry. Henry the sonne was 
by commission putt in trust for the defenc of this shire, and died 
the 48 of Edward III., and Sir John de la Pomeray his sonne, 
Lord of Byry, succeeded him. 

William, Lord Zouch of Haringworth, Lord of the honor of 
Totenays, died in the 26 yeere of King Edward III., and his 
grandchild, the Lord William Zouch, sonne of Eudo, the sonne 
of the first Lord William, succeeded his grandfather. 

Richard Cogan, the sonne of Thomas Cogan, was lord of 
Baunton in the tyme of King Edward III., and died in the 42 
of the same king, and Sir William Cogan his sonne succeeded 
him. 

Sir John Carrew of Mouns Otery, baron of Carew and 
Mulesford, was in the tyme of King Edward III. and served 
valiantly in his warres in France, and in the 24 of the same 
King he was appointed and served Lord Deputy in Ireland. This 
Sir John had a sonne called Sir John, which was slayne in 
Franc not long before the death of his father, which died in the 
36 of King Edward III. leaving his enheritanc unto Leonard, 
his eldest sonne, then living. 

Sir Robert Crues of Crusemorchard was knighted in his 
service donne in Franc, where he served under the pay of the 
Lord Walter de Manny. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 143 

John Stofford knight lived in King Edward III. his tyme, 
and was a judge of the King's Coorte of Common Pleas ; he left 
issue a daughter called Jone which was maried unto William 
Fitzwaryn of Brightley. The heire generall of whom ys Mr. 
John Giffard of Brightley, by the match with the daughter and 
heire of Coblegh. 

William Fitz Warryn of Brightlegh was well lerned in the 
lawes of this land, and was a governor in this county in the 
tyme of Edward III. He was chosen by the sayd county to bee 
knight of the same, togither with John Dabernon, in the 39 [38] 
of King Edward III. Mr. Giffard of Brightley is his heire. 

John Dabernon, a man wel lerned in the lawes, lived in 
Edward III. tyme : he was Wardeyn of the Stannery, and of the 
fees of the Duchy of Cornwall, and in the 39 of Edward III. was 
chosen on of the knightes for the shire. His heire generall ys 
Arscot of Dunsland, by Batten. 

Sir Henry Percehay of Kytton in Devonshire lived in the 
tyme of King Edward III. He was very well lerned in the 
lawes, and employed in the government of this shire ; he was 
chosen on of the knightes of the shire for the parliament holden 
[25] of Edward III., and after came to be on of the judges of the 
King's bench, and rode in this Western circuyt in the 47 yeere 
of Edward III. This man had issue a sonne called William, 
and his Sonne's sonne William, which died without issue, and so 
his enheritanc came unto the issue of his two sisters, from whom 
Mr. Warr of Hestercomb and Mr. Fraunceis of Combflory are 
discended as heires generals. 

Richard de Braunscomb lived in this king's [tyme] in 
Devonshire. He was a very wise man, and employed in the 
governement, and services of this county ; he was foure tymes 
sherif of this shire, videlicet in the 33, 35, 41 and 49 yeeres of 
King Edward III. He [No : Adam de Branscombe] was chosen 
Knight of the shire in the [14] of Edward III. The heir generall 
of this Richard Branscomb ys Sir Thomas Wise, Sir John 
Speccot, the heires of Halbene, Kirkham and Chedder. 

William Luscot of Luscot, lived in the latter end of Ed- 
ward III., and bare rule in this shire. He was lerned in the 
lawes : he left Alice his only daughter, maried unto Sir John 
Arondell of Lahern, from whom Mr. Arondell that now liveth is 
descended. 

Nicolas Whiting of Wood, neere Columpton, lived in Ed- 
ward III. tyme, and was lerned in the lawes: his issue male 
contynewed unto the Raigne of King Henry VII. The last left 
foure daughters, maried unto Keynes, Fitz James, Walrond and 
Ashford. The issue of Keynes, Walrond and Ashford con- 
tynew : the other died without issue, and gave her porcion of 
land to her husband. 



144 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Sir John Wadham was a judge in Edward III. tyme. 

Sir John Cary was a judge in Edward III. tyme. 

William Wikes was well learned in the lawes of this 
Realme, and was Recorder of the cyty of Exon in this king's 
dayes. 

Sir Thomas Mounthermer, Lord of Stokenham, was a man 
of Armes and served in France under King Edward III. ; and 
was slayne before Sluys in the fight at sea in the 14 of Ed- 
ward III. and left Margaret, his only daughter, which was 
maried unto Sir John Montacute. 

John Ferrers, knight, was Lord of Beareferrers in Ed- 
ward III. tyme, and was a speciall man in the government of 
this shire ; he died [49] of Edward III., and Martin his sonne, 
succeeded him as well in his estate, as also in the government of 
Devon. In the 49 of Edward III. he was putt in speciall trust 
with others for the defenc of the seacost against the French in- 
vasions. He died ... and left issue three daughters unto whom 
Sir Foulk Grevill, Copleston of Warlegh, Bellew and Dillon are 
heires generall, that is to say Grevill, by his aunceters, the Lord 
Brooke and Chambernon, Copleston by his auncesters Bonvill 
and Poyninges of Basing, and Bellew and Dillon by Flemyng. 

Noble men of Birth, or of government, and service 
in the commonwelth which had dwellinges 
in Devonshire during the raigne of King 
Richard II. 

The Lord James Audelegh died the 9 of Richard II., and 
the Lord Nicolas, his sonne, died the 15 of the same king, by 
meanes whereof the honor of Dertinton fell to the Crowne, and 
also of Barnstaple, being intailed to the heires males of James, 
Lord Awdelegh. A great part of th'enheritanc nevertheles 
came unto the daughter and daughter's children of the Lord 
James, that is to say unto John Tuchet, the sonne of J one, his 
eldest daughter, and Margery, the wief of Roger Hillary, his 
daughter by his first wief Jone Mortimer, and unto Fuik Fitz- 
warren, the sonne of Margaret, his youngest daughter, by Isabell 
Strange, his last wief. John Tuchet had the barony of Aude- 
legh, and Fulk Fitz Waren had Tavistock [Tawstock] by speciall 
entaile. 

Edward Courtenay,* called the blind Erl of Devonshire was 
in this king's tyme, and left issue by Sir John Dawney's daughter 

* Risdon has confused this Earl with his father Edward Courtenay, who 
married Emmeline, daughter of Sir John Dawnay, and died v.fl., leaving 
Edward the blind Earl, who married Maude, daughter of Thomas, Lord 
Camoys, and had two sons Edward, who died v.p., and Hugh, who suc- 
ceeded him in the earldom. EPS, 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. 145 

and heire, Edward the second Erl of that name, and Sir Hugh 
from whom the last lyne of the Courteneys Erles of Devon 
discended ; he died about the 18 of Richard II. and Edward, his 
eldest sonne, succeeded him. 

John Holland, half brother unto King Richard II., was by 
him made Duke of Exceter, and receyved by his gift the honors 
of Barnstaple and Dertinton. This duke was made also great 
Chamberlayn of England by a grant to him and the heires males 
of his body, and was captayne of Calais ; he left issue John 
Holland, Duke of Exceter, and Edward Holland, Erl of Mor- 
taygn, and Constanc, maried unto Thomas Mowbray, Erl of 
Notingham, and after to John Lord Gray of Ruthen. 

Fulk Lord Fitzwarren of Tauistok, which came by his 
mother, and he had the honor of 'the Barony of Baunton by 
Elizabeth his wief, sister and heire of Sir John Cogan, which 
died the 7 of this King ; he did enjoy Tauistoke a small tyme. 
The Lord Fulk Fitz Warren, his sonne, succeeded him. 

William, Lord Zouch of Haringworth was Lord of Totenays, 
in this king's tyme. 

Richard, Lord St. Maur, was Lord of Northmolton in this 
king's tyme. His eldest sonne, Richard, died in his lief tyme, 
leaving on only daughter which was born after his death, from 
whom the Lord Zouch is discended as heire generall. He gave 
the mannor of Northmolton unto his younger sonne John, from 
whom Stowell and Bamfild ar discended as heires generals. 

William, Lord Botreaux, was possessed of divers landes 
within the county of Devon. He died 15 Richard II., and the 
Lord William, his sonne succeeded him. 

John Lord Montagu of Stokenham sonne of John Lord 
Montagu lived in Richard II. tyme. 

Robert Lord Harrington had great possessions by the 
manage of on of the daughters of Sir Neale Loring, within this 
county ; he had a Dwelling at Knowston Beapell. He had issue 
John and William, which did succeed on after the other. 

The Lord Guy de Brian had great possessions in Devon. 
He had three sonnes, Sir Guy, Sir Phillip, and Sir William, 
which all died before there father : his eldest sonne had issue a 
daughter named Isabell, from whom th'erl of Northumberland 
deriveth himself to discend. Stowell of Somersetshire and 
Bamfild had also a porcion of his landes, as being discended by 
St. Maur from John Erie and Margeret, his wief, daughter of 
Sir Guy de Bryan the elder, and cosens of the whole bloode of 
Amicia Countesse of Wilshire, daughter and heire of Sir Richard 
Stofford, and of . . . his wief daughter of Robert Lovell, and 
heire of Elisabeth his wief, daughter of Sir Guy de Brian the 
younger, which Elizabeth was first maried unto Sir Robert Fitz 
Payne, from whom th'erl of Northumberland is yssued. 

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146 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Sir Robert Tresilian, Chief Justice of England in King 
Richard II., who bicause hee maynteyned the king's prerogative 
further then the lawes of the land did, he was attainted by Par- 
liament, drawen and hanged at Tyborn. He maried Emma the 
only sister of William Huish, and his heire, and Emma his 
daughter, was maried unto John Hawlegh of Dartmouth, unto 
whom Copleston is heire. 

Sir John Cary, knight, in the 39 of Edward III. and 4[ of 
Edward III., together with William Cary, were knightes chosen 
for this county. He was well lerned in the lawes, and in this 
king's tyme was on of the judges of the King's Bench. 

William Cary, brother of the sayd John Cary, knight, was 
also lerned in the lawes, an.d lived both in Edward III. tyme, 
and in this king's tyme. 

Sir John Wadham of Egge, knight, was on of the judges of 
the Common Pleas in the tyme of Richard II. From him 
discended Nicolas Wadham, esquire, lately decessed without 
issue, unto whom Sir John Strangways, Sir John Windham, and 
the foure daughters of Nicolas Martyn of Adelamston are heires 
generals. 

John Hille of Hillescoorte lived in this king's tyme, he was 
lerned in the lawes, and was a Justice of the peace in this 
county. 

John [*>., Thomas] Brantingham, Bisshopof Exon, being of 
the privy counsell [of] King Richard II., and Lord Threasoror in 
the 5 yeere of his raign is dischardged of the thresoreship. In 
the 10 yere he is appointed on of the peeres for the government 
of the Realm. 

Edmond Stafford, Bishop of Exon, discended of a noble 
famyly, is made Lord Privy Seale in the 19 of Richard II., and 
in the 21 is made Lord Chancelor of Englande. 

William Courtenay, sonne unto Hugh, Erl of Devon was in 
this king's tyme Archbisshop of Canterbury, and died in the 21 
yeere of Richard II. He was first a Prebendary in Exon from 
whence he was advaunced to bee Bysshop of Hereford, then after, 
Bisshop of London, and lastly of Canterbury. 

Sir Phillip Courtenay, second sonne unto Hugh Erl of 
Devon and Margaret Bohun, his wief, was a man very skilfull in 
armes, and served under King Richard II. He was employed 
in the 2 yeere of this King's [reign] against the French, and was 
taken prisoner ; and the greatest number of his company slayne 
at a fight by sea. They had in their company the most choisest 
gentlemen of Devonshire and Somerset. In the 9 yeere of the 
same King he was made Lord Liuetenant for the King in Ire- 
land. He left issue William, Richard, and John, from whom 
Courtenay of Powderham and Courtenay of Molland are dis- 
cended. 



Nobles and Knights of Devon. \ 47 

Sir Peter Courtenay the fifth sonne of Hugh Erl of Devon 
and brother of Sir Phillip, served in the French warres under 
the sayd king. He died without issue the 13 of Henry IV. He 
was likewise taken prisoner with his brother before Sluise by the 
Spanish fleete and was on of the Knightes of the Garter. 



Noble men by birth, and men of woorth in the common 
welth, that had dwellinges in devon in the 
tyme of Henry IV. 

Edward Courtenay,* sonne of Edward the blind, was erle of 
Devonshire in this king's tyme. He had issue by [Eleanor] 
daughter of [Roger] Mortimer, Erl of March, Hugh which was 
after his father's death Erl of Devon. 

John, Lord Montacute, Lord of Stokenham, was also Erie 
of Salisbury, and lived in this king's tyme ; he had issue Thomas, 
that valiant Erl of Salisbury. 

Robert Lord Haringtonf the sonne of Robert Lord Har- 
rington lived in the tyme of King Henry IV. 

William Lord Zouch of Haringworth was also Lord of 
Totenais in Devonshire. 

Fulk, Lord Fitzwarren of Tauistok, and Lord of Baunton, 
lived in this King's tyme. 

William Hankford was knighted at the coronacion of 
Henry IV. he was on of the judges of the Common Plees in the 
same king's tyme, and after, in the tyme of Henry V., he was 
Chief Justice of England or rather of the King's Bench. 

Robert Hull or Hyll of Shilston was a Judge of the Common 
Plees in King Henry IV. his tyme, from whom is descended 
Mr. Robert Hill that now is. 

John Cokayne was a Judge of the Common Plees in the 
tyme of King Henry IV. 

* Edward Courtenay died v.p., his brother Hugh succeeding to the ' blind 
Earl.' He had no issue. Eds. 

t He was John (not Robert) de Harrington, fourth Baron, who was, how- 
ever, summoned to Parliament by his father's name of Robert from 8 Henry IV. 
to 4 Henry V. He died two years later, and was succeeded by his brother 
William, fifth Baron Harrington, K.G. Eds. 



10 2 



KNIGHTS AND DISTINGUISHED MEN 
OF DEVON, 

FROM THE CONQUEST TO THE REIGN OF 
KING CHARLES I. 

(Pages 189229.) 



MlLITES COMITATUS DEVONIE, QUI HABITACIONES ET DOMOS 
SUAS HABUERE INFRA HUNC COMITATUM, LICET NONNULLI 
EORUM SEMPER HIC NON COMMEMORABANTUR. 

BALDWINUS DE BRIONIIS, Vicecomes Devonie, 
dominus fuit de Okhampton, ubi castellum suum posuit 
tempore Willelmi Conquestoris. 
Radulphus de La Pomeray castellum suum et 
sedem habitacionis sue posuit apud Byry tempore Willelmi 
Conquestoris. 

Martinus de Turonibus miles inclitus locum habitacionis 
sibi posuit apud Dertinton proxime Totenays. 

Herveius de Hiliun habitacionem suam fecit apud Asseton, 
modo Ashton. 

Walterus de Duway castellum suum posuit apud Baunton. 

Walterus de Clavil apud Lomen domum sibi edificavit 
commemoracionis sue, cui successerunt filii. 

Robertus Bastard sedem habitacionis sue locavit apud 
Efford. 

Robertus de Albo Mari, cujus posted etiam (Damarell) 
vocati sunt apud Flint habitavit. 

Tedbaldus filius Bernardi (apud Holecomb) non longe ab 
Exonia, nunc Holcomb Bernard vocatum habitacionem suam 
fecit. 

Judahell de Totenais a loco commemoracionis d ictus. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 149 



The great men that either were dwelling or held 
honors and landes in devon in henry ii. tyme. 

Baldwin de Ridver, Erl of Devon, died 1 1 5 5, the 2 of King 
Henry II. 

Richard de Ridver, Erl of Devon his sonne, he died 1 162, 
the 8 of King Henry II. 

Baldvvyn de Ridver, EV1 of Devon, the sonne of Richard. 

Reginald, Erl of Cornwall, he died 1175. 

Raph Avenell, barron of Okhamton. 

Robert Fitz Roy, baron of Okhamton, in the* right of 
Matilda his Wief. 

Reginald de Courtenay Lord of Okhamton by Matilda his 
Wief.* 

Roger de Nonant, baron of Totenays. 

Henry de La Pomeray, the sonne of Joell, barron of 
Byry. 

Reginald de Valletorta, barron of Hurberton, died 8 
Henry II. 

Roger de Valletort, sonne of Reginald, barron of Hur- 
berton. 

Robert Fitz Martyn, Lord and barron of Dertington. 

Robert Fitz Martyn, his sonne was also Lord of Dertington 
in Henry II. tyme. 

William Pannell, in right of Juliana his wief, Lord and 
Baron of Baunton, unto whom Fulk Pannell, his sonne succeeded 
in Henry II. tyme. 

William Breos and William Tracy held the barony of Bar- 
stable. 

Henry, sonne of Erie Reginald, held Bradeneys and Tote- 
nays.f 

Robert de St. Marichurch held 3 fees of Totenais. 

Robert de Pirro held two knightes' fees. 7 Henry II. 

Robert Fitz Jeffrey held 2 knightes' fees, 7 Henry II. 

William de Ormall held 5 knightes' fees, 7 Henry II. 

William de Reigny held 8 knightes' fees, 8 Henry II. 

Ascuill de Soeleigny, or de Solariis, Lord of Umberlegh : 
he died Anno domini 1171 and Phillip, his sonne, succeeded 
him, which rnaried Hawis, the daughter of Baldwin Erl of 
Devon, sister of Richard and William Erles of Devon. 

Oliver Tracy. 

William Fitz Reginald, Lord of Shepwas, whose daughter 
and heir did Nicholas Avenell marry and had Shepwas on fee. 

* Matilda, wife of Reginald de Courtenay, held the Manor, but not the 
Barony of Okehampton. Eds. 

f That is the Castle of Totnes. See under that Barony. Eds. 



1 50 Note-Book 0/ Tristram Risdon. 

Raph Santzavour held on knighte's fee of the king. 

Robert Fitz Reginald. 

Wiliiam Fitz Reginald held on knighte's fee of the 
King. 

William Peverell. 

Richard Brit. 

Warin de Aula. 

William Fitz Robert, Baron of Toriton. 

Phillip de Charteray held 14 knightes' fees of the part of 
William Braus of the honor of Barnstable. 

Stephan Flemyng held 7 knightes' fees of the honor of 
Morton. 

Geffrey del Estre. 

William Fitz Martin, Lord of Dertinton, sonne of Robert. 

Nicolas de Pola in the beginning of Henry II. raigne. 

Mauricius de Pola, his sonne, held six knightes' fees of 
Totenays. 

Richard Fitzwilliam held 10 knightes' fees of Totenays. 

Robert de Vepont held 8 knightes' fees of Totneis. 

Willelmus de Bozun held 8 et dimidium of Totenays. 

Robert de Stantor held 6 fees of Totenays. 

Richard Le Espek held 3 knightes' fees of Okhamton, I of 
William Tracy and two of Oliver Tracy. 

Guy de Britvile held 5 knightes' fees of Totenays. 

John de Hidon held 6 fees and half of Okhamton. 

Henry de Chambernon [held] 4 fees of Okhamton. 

Symon Fitz Rogon held 5 fees of Okhamton. 

Thomas de Bello Monte held 4 fees of Okhamton. 

Guido de Bryan held 5 fees of Okhamton. 

Baldwyn de Esse held 5 fees of Okhamton, 1 fee of William 
Fitz Robert of Toriton. 

Richard, the sonne of William Dispenser, held 5 fees of 
Okhamton. 

Antony de Bruer held five fees of Okhamton. 

Roland Fitz Amfri held 5 fees of Okhamton. 

Johell de Moeles held 4 fees of Okhamton. 

Roger Langford held 4 fees of Okhamton. 

William de Punchardon held 4 fees of Okhamton. 

Hugh de Carvill held 5 fees, dimidium and a third part of 
Totenais. 

Geffrey Furnell, sherif of Devon the first yeere of Henry II. 

Hugh de Ralegh, sherif of Devon from the sixt unto the 13 
yeere of Henry II. 

Robert Fitz Bernard, sherif from the 13 unto the nintenth 
of Henry II. 

Eustace Fitz Stephan, sherif of Devon, the 22 of King 
Henry II. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 



i 5i 



William Brigwere was sherif of Devon from the 25 of 
Henry II. unto the 34. 

Drew de Mont Girold. 



Richard I, 



William, Lord Breos held the moyty of the honor of Barn- 
staple. 

William, Lord Brigwer held the honor of Baunton. 

John, baron of Torinton. 

William Fitz Martin, baron of Dertington. 

Henry de La Pomeray, Baron of Biry. 

Roger de Valletort, Baron of Hurberton. 

William Tracy. 

Oliver Tracy. 

Richard Peverell, of Samford. 

Henry de Tylly. 

Henry de Novo Mercato. 

Henricus de Nonant. 

William Revell. 

William de Montacut. 

Henry, sonne of Reginald, Erl of Cornwall. 

Richard Fitzwalter. 

Richard de Flemyng, of Otery. 

Robert de Champeaux. 

William Punchardon. 

Henry Chambernon. 

Jordan Chambernon, of Womberlegh. 

Raph Sachvile. 

Reginald de Albamari, of Woodbiry. 

William Santzavor. 

Geffrey del Estre, of Langford. 

Peter Burdon, of Kingstington. 

Odo de Carrio, the sonne of William, sonne of Gerald, had 
Bramton of King Richard's gift. 

Richard Peverell, of Ermington. 

William Fitz Stephan, Lord of Dartmouth. 

Henry Furnell, sherif of Devonshire in the sixt yeere of 
King Richard I. 

William de Bockland, sherif from the first unto the sixt of 
Richard I. 

Richard Revell, sherif the 9 and 10 yeeres of King 
Richard I. 

Richard Furnell, sherif the8 yeere of Richard I. 

Henry Ferrers, of Beere. 

Henry de La Pomeray, of Byry, the sonne of Henry and 
Matilda de Vitrei. 



152 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Walter Clavill held 10 knightes' fees of the honor of Glo- 
cester. 

Walter Prous held Gidlegh of the King. 

Giraldus de Gist, miles, filius Elie, dominus de Hannock, 
held 3 fees and half. 

Bartholomeus Poer, de Blackburgh, miles. 

Johannes Rex. 

Henry de Tracy, Lord of Barnstapell. 

Oliver de Tracy. 

William Pannell, Lord of Bampton. 

Odo de Carrio held Bramton the 1 of King John. 

John de Toriton, Lord and Baron of Toriton. 

William Fitz Martyn, Lord of Dertinton. 

William de Breos. 

Roger de Vautort, Lord of Hurberton. 

Henry Tilly. 

William, Lord Brigwer, sherif from the 5 unto the 11 of 
King John. 

Robert de Vepont, sheriff from the 12 unto the 15 of King 
John. 

William Newmarket. 

Hugh Peverell, of Samford. 

Hugh Peverell, of Ermington. 

Geffrey del Estre. 

Henry Ferrers, Lord of Beere. 

Henry de La Pomeray, the sonne of Alice de Ver, Lord of 
Biry. 

Peter Burdon, of Kingtington. 

Geffrey de Albemarle, of Woodbiry. 

Robert de Sachvile. 

Thomas Basset, Lord of Coliton and Whiteford. 

Roger la Zouch, Lord of Blacktoriton and divers other 
landes in Devon of the gift of John. 

Oliver de Dinant, Lord of Hertland. 

Eustach Courtenay,* unto whom King John gave the land 
of John Fitz Lucas. 

Robert Ropelegh in right of his wief held three knightes' 
fees of the honor of Lymesy. 

Geffrey Lucy had of the gift of King John Kingsnymeton. 

Peter Fitz Herebert held 18 knightes' fees of the honor of 
Barnstaple. 

Mathew Fitz Herebert, Lord of Stokenham, held 3 fees of 
Totenais : Nonant's part. 

* As already stated (p. 133, note), this was Eustacia de Courtenay, the 
widow of John Fitz Lucas. Eds. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 153 

Richard de Charteray of Beere held 14 knightes' [fees] of 
Barnstaple. 

Symon Fitz Rogon held Normancot of the Normans' landes 
of King John's gift. 

Henry Nonant held 26 knightes' fees, his part of the honor 
of Totenais. 

William Breos held 28 knightes' fees et dimidium, his part 
of the honor of Totenais. 

William Fitz Stephan held 9 knightes' f^es and half of 
Breos his part. 

Robert de Bicklegh held 9 knightes' fees of Breos his part. 

William Bozun held 6 knightes' fees of Nonant's part of 
Totenays. 

Roger Fitz Herebert held 4 knightes' fees of Nonant's part 
of Totenais. 

Richard Grenville, knight, Lord of Bideford. 

William de Legh, knight, Lord of Bromford. 

Richard Peverell, of Ermington, knight. 

Hugh Peverell, of Samford, knight. 

The Knightes which I find to bee inhabiting, or 

WHICH HAD DWELLINGES, IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON, 
IN THE TYME OF KING HENRY THE THIRD. 

Robert Courtenay, knight, baron of Okehamton. 

William Bruer, knight, Lord Briwer of Torr. 

Roger Valletort, knight, Barron of Hurberton, 3 Henry III. 

William Paganell, or Panell, knight, Barron of Bampton. 

William Fitz Martin, knight, Barron of Dertinton. 

Henry de La Pomeray, knight, Barron of Byry, the, sonne 
of Alice de Ver. 

William Chambernon, knight, Barron of Umberlegh. 

Oliver Dinant, knight, Lord of Hertland. 

Henry Tracy, knight, Lord of Berstable. 

Oliver Tracy. 

William de Bathon, sherif of Devonshire, knight. 

Oliver Chambernon, of Ilfercomb, knight. * 

William de La Bruer, of Tynge, knight. 

William Tracy, of Wollecomb, knight. 

William Peverell, of Sandford, knight. 

William de Lega, or Leigh, of Leigh, knight. 

Alan Dacus, or Deneys, of Holdesworthy, knight. 

Robert Le Deneis, the sonne of Alan, of Manworthy, 
knight. 

Robert Le Deneis, of Pancrasevvike, knight. 

William Le Fleminge, of Otery, knight. 

William de Lumen, of Uploomen, knight. 



154 Note- Book of Tristram Ri scion. 

Galfride de La Pomeray, of Bokerell, knight. 

Richard Grenville, of Bediford, knight. 

William Punchardun, of Heanton Punchardon, knight. 

William de Raleigh, of Ralegh, knight. 

William de Clist, of Clist and Knighton, knight, sonne of 
Girard. 

Alan Hilion, of Assheriston, knight. 

Raph Sachvile, of Clistsachevile, knight. 

Baldwin de Belstan, of Belstan and Parkham, knight. 

Adam Facy, of Facy, knight. 

Robert de Campellis, or Champeaux, of Molland Cham- 
peaux, knight. 

Galfride de Albamari, or Damarell, of Woodbyry, knight. 

Ingerald de Albamari, or Damarell, of , knight, 10 

Henry III. 

Richard de Cruys, of Nether Ex, knight. 

Thomas de Cirencester, of St. Marychurch, knight, sherif of 
Devon. 

Roger Langford, of Langford, knight, sherif of Devon. 

Galfride de Cancellis, or Chanceaux, of Lyfton, knight. 

Rogerus Poer, miles, 10 Henry III., of Blakburgh Poer. 



These Knigiites that follow I doe find perfectly by 

THE DATE OF DEEDES WHEN THEY LIVED. 

Roger de Nonant, of Brodeclist, knight, lived 10 Henry III. 

Reginald de Valletort, knight, sonne of Roger, Lord of 
Hurberton, 12 Henry III. 

Jordan Oliver, on of the King's Justices, 12 Henry III. 

John Biset, knight, Lord of Whiteford, 10 Henry III. 

William Peverell, of Samford, knight, 1 Henry III. 

Reginald de Courtenay, miles. 

Symon de Lancelles, knight, Lord of Comb Lancelles. 

Elias CofTyn, knight. 

John Biset, knight, Lord of Coliton and Whiteford, 11 
Henry III. 

Robertus, Dominus de Merton. 

William Paganell, or Panel, the younger, of Bampton, 
knight, 20 Henry III. 

Nicolas de Mulis, of Kingskarswill, knight, 20 Henry III. 

Roger Ferrers, of Beareferrers, knight, 20 Henry III. 

Reginald Botereaux, of Molland Botereaux, knight, 18 
Henry III. 

Nicolas Arondell, of Hempston Arondell, knight, 20 
Henry III. 

Raph Fitz Richard, of , knight, 20 Henry III. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 5 5 

Hugh Peverell, of Ermington, knight, 20 Henry III. 

Hugh Peverell, of Sandeford, knight, 20 Henry III. 

Joell de Valletort, of Tawton, knight, 20 Henry III. 

Hugh Bolhay, of Blackburgh Bollay, knight, 20 Henry III. 

William le Fleminge, of Otery, knight, sonne of William, 
20 Henry III. 

Galfridus de Ank, dominus de Anke, in parochia Clisthidon, 
miles, 20 Henry III. 

Robertus Hoxham, de Hoxham, 10 [?] Henry III. 

Richard Langford, of Langford, knight, 24 Henry III. 

Lucas Schete, of Schete, knight, 24 Henry III. 

Henry Tracy, of Barnstable, knight, 1233, 25 Henry III. 

W T illiam Punchardon, of Heanton Punchardon, knight, 26 
Henry III. 

Roger Trelosk, of Dunterton, knight, 27 Henry III. 

Henricus de Merton, dominus de Merton. 

Reginald de Albamari, of Woodbyry, knight, 28 Henry III. 

Reginald de Moun, Barron of Dunstar, Lord of Mouns 
Otery, knight, 28 Henry III. 

Nicolas Fitz Martin, baron of Dertington, knight, 28 
Henry III. 

William Lomen, of Up Lomen, knight, 28 Henry III. 

Nicolas Bonvill, of Wiscomb, knight, 28 Henry III. 

Roger Hele, of Hele, in Bradeneis parish, knight, 28 
Henry III. 

Thomas Herward, of Dodlescote, knight, 28 Henry III. 

William de Histentot, of , knight, 28 Henry III. 

Robert Bulkworthy, of Bulkeworthy, knight, 30 Henry III., 
and of Sutton. 

Henry de Bathon, or Bathe, knight, on of the King's Jus- 
tices, 30 Henry III. 

Stephan Bauzan, of Shilston (?), knight, 30 Henry III., 
slayne 41 Henry III. 

William Moun, knight, 30 Henry III. ; he was brother to 
the Lord Reginald de Moun. 

Walter Giffard, of Weare GifTard, knight, 30 Henry III. 

William Legh, of Southlegh, knight, 30 Henry III. 

Giles Chanceaux, of Lifton, knight, 30 Henry III. 

John Arondell, of Hempston Arondel, knight, 32 Henry III. 

Galfride Coffin, of Combecoffin, knight, 32 Henry III. 

Wymond Ralegh, of Smalerige, knight, 32 Henry III. 

Mathew de Baunton.of Combebaunton, knight, 32 Henry III. 

William Malherb, of Fenyton Malherb, knight, 32 Henry III. 

Alanus Basset, de Whitechapell, miles. 

Nicolaus Burdon, de Kingsteington, miles. 

Ricardus, dominus de Wike, miles, dominus de Insula de 
Sully, 1230. 



156 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Gervase Horton, of Uppecot, knight, 34 Henry III.; Sherif 
40 Henry III. 

Galfride Dinant, of Herteland, knight, 34 Henry III. 

Richard Bauzeyne, of Norton Bauzein, knight, 34 Henry III., 
[and] 51 Henry III. 

Martin Fissacre, of Combefissacre, knight, 34 Henry III. 

Hamelin Deaudon, of Deaudon, knight, 34 Henry III. 

Raph Cornu, of , knight, 35 Henry III. : he was sherif 

of Devon, 1252. 

William Trenchard, of Collacomb and Lywetrenchard, 
knight, 36 Henry III. 

Robert Bozun, of Churcheton, knight, 36 Henry III. 

William de Saintstephan, of La Dene neere Bukfast, 
knight, 36 Henry III. 

Robert Schete, of Schete, knight, 36 Henry III. 

John Damarel, or de Albamari, of Flint Damarell, knight, 
36 Henry III. 

Adam de Mustell, of , knight, 36 Henry III. 

Robert de Hilion, of Assheriston, knight, 36 Henry III. 

Robert Bosmontell : (R. Bossoncole) of , knight, 36 

Henry III. 

William de Englefild, sherif of Devon, 36 Henry III. (1253). 

William Kelly, of Kelly, knight, 36 Henry III. 

Raph de Valletort, of Greate Modbyry, knight, 36 Henry III. 
anno domini 1252. 

William Ferrers, of Beere Ferrars, knight, 36 Henry III. 
anno domini 1252. 

William La Zouch, of Blacktoriton, knight, 36 Henry III. 

John Courtenay,ofOkhamton, knight and Baron, 36 Henry II I. 

Peter de Pratellis, or de Pincellis, knight, he maried Robert 
Courtenay's widow, 36 Henry III. 

Henry de Sully, knight. 

Roger Reigny, knight. 

John Fitz Jeffrey, of Northcot, knight, 37 Henry III., 1252. 

Willelmus de Bosco, de Halberton, miles. 

Walter de Balun, of , knight, 39 Henry III. 

Herebert Pyne, de Bradford Pyne, miles, 18 Henry III. 

Gilbert Fynamor, miles. 

Jordan Fitz Rogon, de Holcombe Rogus. 

Ricardus Hidon, de Hemyok, miles, 25 Henry III. 

Walter de Merton, of Merton, knight, 40 Henry III. 

Richard Speccot, of Speccot, knight, 40 Henry III. 

Raph Willington, of Umberlegh, knight, sherif of Devon, 
42 Henry III. 

Oliver Dinham, of Hartland, knight, 40 Henry III. 

Henrv Horton, of Uppecot, knight, 41 Henry III. ; and 50 
Henry III. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 5 7 

Mauger St. Awbin, of Pidekeswell, knight, 41 Henry III. 

John Arundell, of Hempston Arondell, knight, 43 Henry III. 

Raph Doddescomb, of Doddescomblegh, knight, 43 Henry 
III. Sherif 4 5 Henry III. 

William Spichewike, of Spichewike, knight, 43 Henry III. 

William Wid worthy, of Wid worthy, knight, 43 Henry TIL 

Walter de Bathon, of Shepwash, knight, 43 Henry III., 
vicecomes Devonie. 

Roger Giffard, of Aulescomb, knight, 43 Henry III. 

William de La Pomeray,of Buckerell (?), knight, 43 Henry III. 

Raph Gorges, of Warlegh, knight, 44 Henry III. 

William Courtenay, knight, brother unto Robert, Lord 
Courtenay, 44 Henry III. 

Walter de Nymet, of Nymeton, knight, 44 Henry III. 

Galfride de Albanian, or Damarell, of Woodbyry, knight, 
34 Henry III., and 45 Henry III. 

William Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 46 Henry III. 

Richard Coffin, of Alwinton, knight, 44 Henry III., and 
47 Henry III. 

Alexander de Okeston, of Modbery, knight, 47 Henry III. 

Thomas Le Ercedecne, knight, of Shogbroke, 47 Henry III. 

William Le Pruz, of Gidlegh, knight, 47 Henry III. 

Henry Chambernon, of Ilfridecomb, knight, 47 Henry III. 

Guy Nonant, of Grete Gist, knight, 47 Henry III. 

Hugh Widworthy, of Widworthy, knight, 48 Henry III. 

John Hidon, of Cleyhidon, knight, 49 Henry III. 

Hamelin Bolhay, of Blackburghbolhay, knight, 39 Henry 
III., and 49 Henry III. Died 54 Henry III. 

Hamelin Hereward, of Romaneslegh, knight, 49 Henry III. 

Warin Sackvill, of , knight, 49 Henry III. 

Raph Arondell, of Heweton Arondell, knight, 48 Henry III. 

Renfry Arondell, sonne of thesaid Raph, knight, 48 Henry III. 

Roger Prideaux, of Orcherton, knight, 48 Henry III. 

John de Ashleigh, of Ashley, knight, 50 Henry III. 

Robert Le Deneis, of Pancrase Wike, knight, 50 Henry III. 

Alan Fitz Roald, or Rohant, of Dodbroke, knight, 5 1 
Henry III. 

Stephan Baucean, of Dodbroke, knight, 51 Henry III. The 
other [Stephen Baucean] was siayne 41 Henry III. 

Robert Champeaux, of Molland Champeaux, knight, 51 
Henry III. 

Michael Spichewike, of Spichewike, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Henry de La Pomeray, of Byry, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Walerand de Cirencester, of St. Marychurch, knight, 52 
Henry III. 

Oliver Dinant, or Dinham, of Hertland, knight, 52 
Henry III. 



158 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

William Bikelegh, of Bickley Combe, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Robert Champeaux, of Molland Champeaux, knight, 52 
Henry III. 

Henry de Bathon, of , knight, 52 Henry III. 

Richard Lomen, of Uplomen, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Richard Poltimor, of Poltymor, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Jordan Haccomb, of Haccomb, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Johell Giffard, or Bukenton, of Bukenton, knight, 52 
Henry III. 

Raph de Esse, of Reyney Esse, knight, 52 Henry III. ; 
sherif of Devon. 

William Fissacre, of Combfissacre, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Henry Tracy, of Wollecumb Tracy, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Herebert, Morcelles, of Goderington, knight, 52 Henry III. 

Walter Vernon, of , knight, 53 Henry III. 

Richard ['Roger* is inserted in the margin, but without 
erasure] Prail, of Pralle, knight, 53 Henry III. 

Warin de La Stane, of Stone, in the Parish of Sidbery, 
knight, 39 Henry III., and 54 Henry III. 

Robert de Albamara, or Damarell, of Milton Damarell, 
knight, 34 Henry III., and 54 Henry III. 

Roger Hele, of Hele, knight, in the Parishe of Braneys, 55 
Henry III. 

Roger Prideaux, of Orcherton, knight, 55 Henry III. 

Roger Clavile, of Lomen Clavile, knight, 55 Henry III. 

Alexander Okeston, of Mod by ry, knight, 55 Henry III. 

Nicolas Fillegh, of Fillegh, knight, 56 Henry III. 

Raph Le Rous, of Littell Modbyry, knight, 56 Henry III. 

Henry Ralegh, of Strete, knight, 56 Henry III. 

William Bonville, of Wiscomb, knight, 56 Henry III. 

William Crewes, of Nither Ex, knight, 56 Henry III. 

Nicolas Le Bastard, of Efford, knight, 56 Henry III. 

Roger de Pralle, of Colaton Pralle, knight, 56 Henry III. 

Mathew Wolrington, of Wolrington, knight, 56 Henry III. 

Roger Le Engleis, of Stokelegh Engleis, knight, 56 
Henry III, 

William La Zouch, of Blactoryton, knight, 56 Henry III. 

Richard Brendisworthy, of Brend is worthy, knight, 56 
Henry III. 

Henry Fitz Reginald, of Hunshaw, knight, ... Henry III. 

Michaell Trenchard, of Collacomb, knight, ... Henry III. 

John de Mules, of Kingscarswill, knight, ... Henry III. 

John Reigny, of Eggesford, knight, ... Henry III. 

Jeffrey de La Bruer, of Tingebruer, knight, ... Henry III. 

Robert Pidekeswell, of Pidekeswell, in the Parish of Ham, 
knight, ... Henry III. 

William Fitzwarren, of Brightlegh, knight, ... Henry III. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 159 

Amidas de Wike, of Wike Amidas, neere Tauistock, knight, 
... Henry III. 

Roger Valletort, of Hurberton, knight, 54 Henry III. 

Walter de Sully, of , 45 Henry III. 

Alanus Dacus, or Dennys, of Holdesworthy, knight, 40 
Henry III. 

Robert Dacus, or Dennys, sonne of Alan, knight, 40 
Henry III. 

Willelmus de Fissacre, of Combfissacre, knight, 46 
Henry III. 

Waryn Sachvill, of , 47 Henry III. 

Johannes Baloon. miles, 45 Henry III. 

Lawrence Fitz Richard, of , knight, 54 Henry III. 

Warin Fitz Joell, of Fardell, knight, ... Henry III. 

Peter Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 54 Henry III. 

William Stoddon, of Stoddon, knight, ... Henry III. 

Raph Chiverston, of Chiverston, knight, ... Henry III. 

Rogon Fitz Symon, of Holcomb Rogus, knight, ... 
Henry III. 

Walter Wolf, of Wolfsnymet, knight, ... Henry III. 

William Chiverston, of Ithelton, knight, ... Henry III. 

Alan Furneaux, of Kentisbeare, knight, ... Henry III. 

John Bretash, of Dodscot, knight, ... Henry III. 

Lewes Le Fleminge, of knight, ... Henry III. 

Raph Fitz Bernard, of Holcomb Bernard, neere Exon, 
knight, ... Henry III. 

Richard Herward, of , knight, ... Henry III. 

Gervais de Ralegh, of Warkelegh, knight, ... Henry III. 

Galfridus de Dunheved, ... Henry III. 

Rogon filius Symonis, de Holcomb. 

Reymundus de Sully. 

Petrus filius Mathei, de Stokenham, knight. 

Willelmus Stoddon, de Stoddon, knight. 

Reginald Courtenay, knight, brother of Robert, Lord Cour- 
tenay, temp. Henry III. 

Roger Langford, knight, of Langford, knight, temp. 
Henry III. 

William Prall, of Colaton Prall, knight, temp. Henry III. 

Robert de Pyn, knight, temp. Henry III. 

William Spilman, knight, temp. Henry III. 

Walter de Okeston, knight, 38 Henry III. ; maior of Exon, 
49 Henry III. 

Robert Fitzpayn, knight. 

Walterus filius Nicolai Gervasii, of Exon, knight, 38 
Henry III. 

Raph Norman, of Exon, knight, 38 Henry III. 



1 60 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Knightes that dwelled in the county of Devon, or 
had houses and castels theire, in the tyme of 
King Edward the first. 

Richard Speccot, of Speccot, knight, 1 Edward I. 

William Bicklegh, of Bicklegh, knight, was in I Edward I. ; 
died 9 Edward I. 

John Peverell, of Ermington, knight, 1 Edward I. 

Alexander Okeston, of Modbyry, knight, 1 Edward I. 

Roger Prideaux, of Orcherton, in the parish of Modbyry, 
knight, 1 Edward I. 

Richard Coffin, of Alwinton, knight, I Edward I. 

John Damarell, of Flint Damarel, knight, 1 Edward I. 

William Fissacre, of Combefissacre, knight, 1 Edward I. 

Jordan Haccomb, of Haccomb, knight, 1 Edward I. / 

Oliver Dynant, or Dinham, of Hartland, knight, f Ed- 
ward I. / 

Richard Beamont, of Yolston and Shirwell, knigl^t, 1 Ed- 
ward I. ; died 22 Edward I. 

John Cogan, of Bampton, knight, 1 Edward I. ; ciied 9 Ed- 
ward I. / 

William Spichewike, of Spichewike, knight, 1 Edward I. ; 
died 12 Edward I. 

Roger de Valletort, of Hurberton, knight, 1 Edward I. ; 
died 33 Edward I. 

Richard Poltimore, of Poltimore, knight, I Edward I. 

William Moun, of Otery Moun, knight, 1 Edward I. ; he 
died the 8 of Edward I. 

William Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, I Edward I. 

Hugh Widworthy, of Widworthy, knight, I Edward I. ; 
obiit 8 Edward I.. 

Hugh Courteney, knight, Baron, 1 Edward I. ; died 20 Ed- 
ward I. 

Mauger St. Albin, of Pideskewill, in the parishe of Ham, 
knight, 1 Edward I. 

John Kelly, of Kelly, knight, 1 Edward I. 

Gervais de Ralegh, of Warkelegh, knight, 1 Edward I. ; 
died 23 of Edward I. 

William Bonvile, of Schete, knight, 2 Edward I. 

John Wiger, of Credy Wiger, knight, 2 Edward I. ; sherif of 
Devon. 

Hugh Ralegh, of Smaleridge, knight, 2 Edward I. 

John Hidon, of Hemyocke, knight, 1 Edward I. 

William Hidon, of Clisthidon, knight, 3 Edward I. 

Roger Fitzpayne, of Estoodlegh, knight, 3 Edward I., and 
13 Edward I. 

Hugh Peverell, of Samford, knight, 6 Edward I. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 6 1 

Mathew Furneaus, of Kentisbeare, knight, 4 Edward I. 
Sherif of Devon. 

Raph Willinton, of Umberlegh, knight, 4 Edward I. 

Stephan Haccomb, of Haccomb, knight, 6 Edward I. 

William Cole, of Tamer, knight, 6 Edward I. 

Robert Wodeton, of , knight, 6 Edward I. 

Raph Le Rous, of Littell Modbyry, knight, 1 Edward I., 
and 7 Edward I. 

William Bikabyry, of Bikebury, knight, 7 Edward I. ; obiit 
30 Edward I. 

Peter Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 1 Edward I. 

Richard Lomen, of Uplomen, knight, 6 Edward I. 

John de Blackford, of Rewe, knight, 6 Edward I. 

Symon Fitz Rogon, of Holcomb Rogus, knight, 6 Ed- 
ward I. 

Robert Stockhey, of ,, knight, 1 Edward I., and 13 Ed- 
ward I. 

Henry Chambernon, of Ilfrecomb, knight, 1 Edward I., 
and 13 Edward I. 

Roger Clavil, de Lomen, knight, 1273, 2 Edward I. 

Richard de Lomen, de Lomen, 1 273, 2 Edward I. 

1. Richard Hidon, of Hemyock and Hidon, knight, 8 Ed- 

ward I. 

2. William Ralegh, of Ralegh, neere Barstable, knight, 8 Ed- 

ward I. 

3. Ricardus Coffyn, of Alwynton, knight, 8 Edward I. 

4. Raph Doune, of Doune, neere Lyme, knight, 8 Edward I. 

5. Warin Sachvile, of Gist Sachvill, knight, 8 Edward I. 

6. Hugh Ralegh, of Smaleridge, knight, 8 Edward I. 

7. John Puncherdon, of Heanton, knight, 8 Edward I.; died 

20 Edward I. 

8. Raph Fitz Richard, of Shillingford, knight, 8 Edward I. 

9. John Vautort, of Clist St. Lawrenc, knight, 8 Edward I. 

10. Henry Rawlegh, of Strete Ralegh, knight, 8 Edward I. 

11. John Vawtort, of Vawtort, knight, 8 Edward I. 

12. William Le Pruz, of Gidlegh, knight, 8 Edward I. 

13. Robert Fitz Payne, of Estoodlegh, knight, 8 Edward I. 

14. William de Albimar, or Damarell, of Woodbyry, knight, 

8 Edward I. ; died 17 Edward I. 

15. Michaell Trenchard, of Collacomb, knight, 8 Edward I. 

16. Roger Langford, of Langford, in Columpton, knight, 8 Ed- 

ward I. 
These xvi knightes were retorned uppon a great assise 
betwixt the Lord of Axmister, Henry th'abbot of Newham, 
and the Abbot of St. Michaels, for suyte of the mannor of Yarte- 
comb, unto the hundred of Axmister, 8 Edward I. 

Robert Dynant, of Widworthy, knight, 8 Edward I. 

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Robertus Champeaux, de Mollond Champeaux, miles, ... 
Edward I. 

Hugh Peverell, of Samford, knight, 10 Edward I. 

Herebert Mareis, of Sidenham, knight, 10 Edward I. He 
maried Isabel Tracy of Wolcomb. 

Reginald Clifford, of Godeford, in the parish of Aulescomb, 
knight, II Edward I. 

John Valletort, of Tawton, knight, n Edward I. 

Nicolas Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 1 1 Edward I. ; dyed 23 
Edward I. 

William Crispyn, of Stancomb, knight, 7 Edward I., 1279. 

Richard Fitz Stephan, of Norton, knight. 7 Edward I., 
1279. 

Alan Bawcomb, of Bawcomb, knight, 1285. 

Nicolas Fillegh, of Fillegh, knight, 13 Edward I. 

Alan Bawcombe, of Bawcombe, knight, 13 Edward I. 

Peter Grenbam, of Wobernford, knight, 24 Edward I. 

Petrus Fissacre, of Morlegh, knight, 15 Edward I. 

John Ashlegh, of Shilston, in Modbyry parishe, knight, 16 
Edward I. 

Andrew Trelosk, of Dunterton, knight, 16 Edward I. 

John Kelly, of Kelly, knight, 16 Edward I. 

Humfry Bechamp, of Ryme, knight, 17 Edward I. 

Symon de Montacute, knight, Lord of Woneford, 17 Ed- 
ward I. 

Roger Inckpen, of Diddesham, knight, 17 Edward I. 

John Aller, of Aller, knight, 17 Edward I. 

Roger Ferrers, of Beareferrers, knight, 17 Edward I. 

Miles Calwoodlegh, of Calwoodlegh, neere Tyverton, knight, 
17 Edward I. 

Robert Le Dennys, of Blagdon and Pancrasewike, knight, 
17 Edward I. 

Raph Shillingford, of Shillingford, knight, 18 Edward I. 

Herebertus Pine, de Combpyne, in Clisthidon, miles, 21 
Edward I. 

Nicolas Fillegh, of Fillegh, knight, 19 Edward I. 

Roger Potesford, of Estpotesford, 15 Edward I., and 19 
Edward I. 

Thomas Pynne, of Shute, knight, 1 Edward I., and 19 Ed- 
ward I.; Vicecomes Devonie, 13 Edward I. 

Richard Hiwis, of Hywys, knight, 9 Edward I., and 19 Ed- 
ward I.; he died 25 of Edward I. 

Thomas Merton, of Merton, neere Torrington, knight, 10 
Edward I., and 19 Edward I. 

Nicolas Kirkham, of Ashcomb, knight, 19 Edward I. 

Walterus de Sully. 

Walter Furneaux, of Hugheton, knight, 20 Edward I. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 63 

William Chambernon, of Ilfridecomb, knight, 12 Edward I., 
and 20 Edward I. 

Emery La Zouch, de Blacktoryton, knight, 26 Edward I. 

Baldwyn Speccot, called Belston, of Belston, knight, 21 
Edward I. 

Mathew Fitz John, of Stokenham, knight, 17 Edward I. ; 
Sherif of Devon 21 Edward I. 

Roger Mulis, of Kingscarswill, knight, 21 Edward I. ; died 
23 Edward I. 

Humfry Kaell, of Holcomb Bernard, neere Exon, 21 Ed- 
ward I. 

Hugh Prous, of Gatcomb, knight, 21 Edward I. 

Gilbert Knovill, of Battiscomb, knight, a judge, 21 Ed- 
ward I. 

Gilbert Fitzstephan, of Norton, knight, 21 Edward I. 

Herebert Pynne, of Combpynne, in Hemioke parish, knight, 
21 Edward I. 

Johannes Horselegh, de Horselegh, miles, Anno 21 Ed- 
ward I. 

Robertus Cruis, of Cruise Morchard, knight, 14 Edward I., 
and 22 Edward I. 

Nicolas Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 23 Edward I, 

Raph Doune, of Doune, in Axmister, knight, 23 Ed- 
ward I. 

John Charteray, of Beare Charteray, knight, 23 Edward I. 

Henry de Sully, of Edeslegh, knight, 23 Edward I. 

Robert Beapell, of Knoweston, knight, 23 Edward I 

Thomas Ralegh, of Ralegh, neere Barnstable, knight, 23 
Edward I. ; Vicecomes 29 Edward I. ; Vicecomes 33 Edward I. 

Henricus Bernevill, miles, of Hockworthy, 9 Edward I. 

Robertus Radington, miles, of Peaton, 9 Edward I. 

Oliver Dinham, of Hartland, knight, and a Baron, 24 Ed- 
ward I. ; died 27 Edward I. 

Galfride Camvill, of Tauistok, knight, a Baron, 24 Ed- 
ward I. 

William Botereaux, or Boterell, a Baron, 24 Edward I. ; 
died 31 Edward I. 

Reginald Botereaux, of Molland Botereaux, knight, 24 Ed- 
ward I. 

Raph Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 24 Edward I. 

William Wike, of St. Mary Wyke, knight, 24 Edward I. 

Hugh Courtenay, of Okhamton, knight and Baron, 25 Ed- 
ward I. 

John de Mulis, of Kingscarswill, knight, a Baron, 25 Ed- 
ward I. 

Richard Grenville, of Bediford, knight, 25 Edward I. 

Alan Esse, of Theoborough, knight, 26 Edward I. 

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164 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Emericke La Zouch, of Blacktoryton, knight, 26 Edward I. 

Nicolas Carew, of Weston Peverell, knight, 20 Edward I. 

Mathew Fitz John, of Stokenham, knight. 

Robert de Toliro, knight, of Weringston. 

Peter Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 29 Edward I. 

John de Umfravile, of Lapford, knight, 29 Edward I. 

Roger Cokington, of Cokington, knight, 19 Edward I., and 
29 Edward I. 

Raph Sachvill, of Clist Sachvill, knight, 29 Edward I. 

William Camvill, knight, sonn to the Lord Geffrey Camvil, 
29 Edward I. 

John Willington, of Umberlegh, knight, 29 Edward I. 

Symon Fitz Rogus, of Holcomb Rogus, knight, 21 Ed- 
ward I., and 29 Edward I. 

John Cogan, of Baunton, knight, 30 Edward I. 

Hugh Ferrers, of Churchton, knight, 30 Edward I. 

James Okeston, of Great Modbyry, knight, 25 Edward I , 
and 30 Edward I. 

Nicolas Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 30 Edward I. 

Robert Wootton, of , knight, 21 Edward I. 

Symon de Grindham, knight, 24 Edward I. 

John Bikebyry, of Bikebury, knight, 32 Edward I. 

William Prous, of Gidley, knight, 32 Edward I. 

Reginald Ferrers, of Beereferrers, 29 Edward I., and 32 Ed- 
ward I. ; died 34 Edward I. 

John Carru, of Otery Moun, knight, 32 Edward I. 

Oliver de Tudenham, of Churystanton, knight, 32 Ed- 
ward I. 

Henry Ralegh, of Beadeport, knight, 33 Edward I. 

Roger Nonant, of Brodeclist, knight, 29 Edward I., and 33 
Edward I. 

Galfride Damarell, of Woodbyry, knight, 33 Edward I. 

Raph Monthermer, knight and Baron, Lord of Stokenham, 
33 Edward I. 



MILITES DEVONIENSES. 

Knightes which either dwelled or had houses in 
Devonshire in the tyme of King Edward II. 

Galfride Camvile, of Tauistoke, knight, 1 Edward II.; he 
died 2 Edward II. 

William Camvile, knight, sonne of the said Galfride, 1 Ed- 
ward II. 

William Martyn, of Dartington, knight and Baron, 1 Ed- 
ward II. Died 8 Edward II. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 65 

Nicolas Carru, of Weston Peverell, knight, 1 Edward II. ; 
died 6 Edward II. 

John Carru, of Otery Moun, knight, sonne of Nicolas, 1 
Edward II. 

Roger Nonant, of Brodeclist, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Raph Doune, of Doune, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Robert Beapell, of Knoston Beapell, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Nicolas Kirkham, of Blagdon, knight, 1 Edward II. 

William Prous, of Gidlegh, knight, 1 Edward II. ; died 9 
Edward II. 

Humfry Bechamp, of Wombernford, knight. 1 Edward II. 

Reginald Clifford, of Godeford, knight, 1 Edward II. 

John Charteray, of Beare Charteray, 1 Edward II. 

William Botereaux, of Molland Botereaux, knight, 1 Ed- 
ward II. 

Hugh Prous, of Gatcomb, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Hugh Ralegh, of Smaleridge, knight, 1 Edward II. 

John Bikebury, of Bikebury, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Guy de Brian, of Torrebryan, knight, and Baron, died 1 
Edward II. 

Guy de Brian, knight, his sonne, 1 Edward II. 

Gilbert de Knovill, of Bastetorn, knight, 1 Edward II. ; died 
7 Edward II. 

Hugh Luccomb, of Stoklegh Luccomb, knight, 11 Ed- 
ward II.; died 13 Edward II. 

John Valletort, of Clist St. Lawrenc, knight, 1 Edward II.; 
died 12 Edward II. 

John de Mules, of Kingeskarswill, knight and Baron, 1 Ed- 
ward II. ; died 3 Edward II. 

Henry Rohant, of Dodbroke, knight, 1 Edward II.; died 
12 Edward II. 

Hugh Courtenay, of Okhamton, knight and Baron, 1 Ed- 
ward II. 

Nicolas Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Nicolas Dauney, of Norton Dawney, knight, 1 Edward II., 
and 14 Edward II. 

William Ferrers, of Beereferrers, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Gilbert Beare, of Columb John, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Robert Cruis, of Cruisemorchard, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Gilbert Fitzstephan, of Norton, knight, 1 Edward II. 

Galfride Damarell, of Woodbyry, knight, I Edward II. ; 
dyed 14 Edward II. 

James Peverell, of , knight, 1 Edward II.; died 8 Ed- 
ward II. 

Stephan Haccomb, of Haccomb, knight, 1 Edward II. 

James de Oxton, of Mod by ry, knight, 1 Edward II. 

John Willinton, of Umberlegh, knight, 1 Edward II. 



1 66 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Raph de Monthermer, of Stokenham, knight, I Edward II. 

Nicolas, Lord Mules, died 9 Edward II. 

Roger, Lord Mules, his brother. 

John, Lord Mules, their brother. 

Baldwin Le Bastard, of EfTord, knight, 3 Edward II. 

Henry Chambernon, of Ilfercombe, knight, 4 Edward II. 

William Bikebiry, of Bickbyry, knight, 4 Edward II. 

Robert Beadyn, of ., knight, 4 Edward II. 

John Blakford, of , knight, 4 Edward II. 

John Treiagu, of , knight, 4 Edward II. 

John Chiverston, knight, a judge, 4 Edward II. 

William, Lord Martin, of Dertington, Barnstable and Cea- 
moys, died 19 Edward II. 

Martin Fissacre, of Morlegh, knight, 7 Edward II. 

John Pipard, of Northbovy, knight, 8 Edward II. 

William Speke, of Bramford Speke, knight, 8 Edward II. 

John Bikebyry, of Bikebyry, knight, 3 Edward II., and 8 
Edward II. 

Andrew Metsted, of Shepewais, knight, 8 Edward II. 

Gervais Ralegh, of Warklegh, knight, 8 Edward II. 

Thomas Cogan, of Bamton, knight, obiit 8 Edward II. 

John Ralegh, of Warklegh, knight, 10 Edward II. 

Johan Knovill, of Batteshorn, neere Honyton, knight, 11 
Edward II. 

Richard Stapledon, of Annery, knight, 12 Edward II.; died 
20 Edward II. 

Henry Willington, of Giddesham, knight, 12 Edward II.; 
died 14 Edward IL 

Nicolas Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 13 Edward II. 

Stephan Haccomb, of Haccomb, knight, 14 Edward II. ; 
died 

Willelmus Hereward, of Doddescot, knight, 13 Edward II. , 
and 15 Edward II. 

William de Cornubia, of Kingsnimton, knight, 16 Ed- 
ward II. 

Alexander Crues, of Cruesmorchard, knight, 16 Edward II. 

Robert Beapell, knight, sonne and heire of Robert Beapell, 
knight, 16 Edward II. 

Raph Willington, of Umberlegh, knight, 16 Edward II. 

David de La Beare, of , knight, 16 Edward II. 

Walter Escudamore, of Chettescomb, in Tiverton, knight, 
16 Edward II. 

Robert Stokhey, of Saunton, knight, 5 Edward II. , and 16 
Edward II. 

William Chiverston, of Yethelton, knight, 14 Edward II., 
and 16 Edward II. 

Roger Le Jew, of Cottelegh, knight, 16 Edward II. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 167 

Roger Mules, of Gidlegh, knight, 16 Edward II. 

Richard Merton, of Merton, knight, 16 Edward II. 

John de Challons, of Legh Challons, knight (filius Johannis), 
17 Edward II. 

Elias Cottele, of Sampford Peverell, knight, 17 Edward II. 

John Beamont, of Chirwell, knight, 17 Edward II. 

Thomas de Cyrencester, of St. Marychurch, knight, 7 Ed- 
ward II., and 17 Edward II. 

Robert Horton, of Uppecot, knight, 17 Edward II. 

Robert Scobbahull, of Coffins well, knight, 17 Edward II. 

Johannes de Herdereshill, of Morteho, knight, 18 Ed- 
ward II. 

Raph de Esse, of Esse, knight, 18 Edward II. 

John Kelly, of Kelly, knight, 18 Edward II. 

Richard Chambernon, of Mod by ry, knight, 18 Edward II. 

Bartholomew Grenville, of Bideford, knight, 18 Edward II. 

Johannes Ferrers, knight, 16 Edward II. 

Thomas Molton, of Pinho, knight. 

James Cokinton, of Cokinton, knight, Sherif of Devon, 20 
Edward II. 

Robert Fitzpayn, senior, knight, 6 Edward II. 

Robert Fitzpayn, junior, knight, 6 Edward II. 

Walter Escudamore, knight, 6 Edward II. 



[Knights of the time of Edward 1 1 I.J 

John Willinton, father of Raph Willinton, knight, 1 Ed- 
ward III.; died 19 Edward III. 

Henry Willinton, of Giddesham, knight, 1 Edward III. ; 
died 25 Edward III. 

John Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 1 Edward III. 

Henry de La Pomeray, of Byry, knight, 1 Edward III. 

Stephan Haccomb, of Haccomb, knight, 1 Edward III. 

Richard Chambernon, of Mod byry, knight, I Edward III. 

Robert Horton, of Upcot, knight, 1 EJward III. 

Robert Beapell, of Knoweston, knight^ 1 Edward III. 

James Cokinton, of Cokinton, knight, 1 Edward III. 

Roger Le Jew, of Jewes Cotlegh, 1 Edward III. 

William Chiverston, of Yethelton, knight, 1 Edward III. 

John Beamont, of Shirwell, knight, 1 Edward III.; died 4 
Edward III. 

Nicolas Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 1 Edward III. 

Nicolas Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 1 Edward II. ; died 
2 Edward III. 

Galfride Cornwall, of Kingsnymeton, knight, 1 Edward III.; 
died 9 Edward III. 



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Richard Hiwis, of Hywys, knight, I Edward III.; died 5 
Edward III. 

Thomas Pynne, of Upton Pinne, knight, 1 Edward III.; 
died 4 Edward III. 

Raph Willinton, of Umberlegh, knight, I Edward III. ; 
died 22 Edward III. 

John Chiverston, knight, 1 Edward III. 

William Fissacre, of Combfissacre, knight, 2 Edward III. 

Willelmus Ferrers, de Beareferrers, knight, 1 Edward III. 

Reginald Clifford, of , knight. 

John Ralegh, of Combe Ralegh and Beadport, knight 3 Ed- 
ward III. 

John Clifford, of Godeford, knight, 3 Edward III. 

John Sully, of Edeslegh, knight, 4 Edward III. 

Henry Pomeray, the younger sonne of Henry Pomeray 
th'elder, knight, 6 Edward III. 

John Damarell, of Gidlegh, knight, 6 Edward III. 

Edmond Botiler, of Woolcomb Tracy, knight, 6 Edward III. 

William Bikebyry, of Bikebyry, knight, 6 Edward III. 

Richard Cogan, of Bamton, knight, 7 Edward III. 

Oliver St. John, of Lapford, knight, 7 Edward III. 

Thomas Scobbahull, of Coffinswell, knight, 7 Edward III. 

Roger Carmynow, of Ashwater, knight, 7 Edward III. 

John Stanton, of Clovelly, knight, 7 Edward III. 

William Damarell, of Woodbyry, knight, 7 Edward III. 

Walter Le Jew, of , knight, 7 Edward III. 

John Damarell, of Flint, knight, 7 Edward III. 

Roger Prideaux, of Orcherton, knight, 7 Edward III. 

Thomas Scobhull, of Scobhull, knight. 

John Bechamp, of Ryme, knight, 3 Edward III., and 14 
Edward III. 

Roger Rohant, of Dodbroke, knight, 14 Edward III. 

Gilbert Umfravill, of Doune Umfravill, knight, 11 Ed- 
ward III., and 14 Edward III. 

Phillip Courteney, of Moreton, knight, 14 Edward III. 

John Molton, of Pinho, knight, 15 Edward III. 

John Ralegh, of /Charles, knight, 17 Edward III. 

Peter Ralegh, of Smaleridge, knight, 7 Edward III., and 17 
Edward III. 

John Dinham, of Notewell, knight, 17 Edward III. 

Richard Merton, of Merlon, knight, 17 Edward III. 

Richard Stapledon, of Annery, knight, 4 Edward III., and 

17 Edward III. 

John Beamont, of Shirwell, knight, 17 Edward III. 
William Chambernon, of Ilfercomb, knight, 18 Edward III. 
John Chiverston, of Yethelton, knight, 8 Edward III., and 

18 Edward III. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 69 

Salvain Southorp, of Lutokeshele, knight, 19 Edward III. 

John Carru, of Otry Mohun, knight, 20 Edward III. 

Alan Charleton, of North Molton, knight, 20 Edward III. 

Raph Willinton, of Umberlegh, knight, 20 Edward III. 

Henry Wellington, of Lomen, knight, 22 Edward III. 

Reginald Wellington, of Giddesham, 22 Edward III. 

John Engleis, of Stoklegh Englies, knight, 22 Edward III. 

Theobald Grenville, of Bed i ford, knight, 22 Edward III. 

Oliver Dinham, of Sam ford Peverell, knight, 22 Ed- 
ward III. 

Thomas Ralegh, of Charles, knight, 23 Edward III. 

Robert Cruis, of Anesty Crewes, knight, 11 Edward III., 
and 23 Edward III. 

Peter Bruis, of Whitford, knight, 25 Edward III. 

Edward Courteney, of Godlinton, knight, 25 Edward III. 

Robert Tudenham, of Churystanton, knight, 25 Ed- 
ward III. 

William Damarell, of Woodbyry, knight, 27 Edward III. 

William Humfravile, of Doune Humfravile, knight, 27 Ed- 
ward III. 

John Stowford, of Wolcomb Tracy, knight, a judg, 28 Ed- 
ward III. 

Walter Woodland, of Cokington, knight, 29 Edward III. 

Thomas Courteney, of Colaton Prall, knight, 29 Ed- 
ward III. 

Edmond Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 30 Edward III. 

John Ercedecne, of Haccomb, knight, 30 Edward III. 

Raph Beapell, of Knoston Beapell, knight, 33 Edward III. 

John Fitzpayn, of Cheryton Fitzpayne, knight, 35 Ed- 
ward III. 

John Charteray, of Beare Charteray, knight, 33 Ed- 
ward III. 

William Pipard, of Blagdon Pipard, knight, 40 Edward III. 

Richard de Campo Ernulphi, of Great Modbyry, knight, 
40 Edward III. 

John Ralegh, of Smaleridge, knight, 40 Edward III. 

John Ferrers, of Beereferrers, knight, 41 Edward III. 

John Damarell, of Flint Damarell, knight, 41 Edward III. 

Guy de Brian, of Torrebryan, knight, 41 Edward III. 

Henry de La Pomeray, the younger, knight, 41 Ed- 
ward III. 

John de La Pomeray, knight, sonne of the said Henry, 41 
Edward III. 

William Botereaux, of Molland Botereaux, Knight and 
Baron, 43 Edward III. 

Robert Cornu, of Thornbyry, knight, 43 Edward III. 

Walter Bluet, of Greenham, knight, 43 Edward III. 



i jo Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Nigell Loring, of Landekey, knight of the order [of the 
Bath ?], 43 Edward III. 

John Prideaux, of Orcherton, knight, 43 Edward III. 

John Kelly, of Kelly, knight, 44 Edward III. 

Adam Rake, of Rake, knight, 45 Edward III. 

John Willington, of Umberlegh, knight, 46 Edward III. 

William Cogan, of Bamton, knight, 47 Edward III. 

William Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 47 Edward III. 

John Beamont, of Shirwell, knight, 48 Edward III. 

John Wadham, of Egge in Branscomb parish, knight, 49 
Edward III. 

William Ashthorp, of Samford Peverell, knight, 49 Ed- 
ward III. 

John Strech, of Pinho, knight, 49 Edward III. 

Thomas Dovile, of Dovileshay in Kilmenton Parish, knight, 
49 Edward III. 

Theobald Grenvill, of Bideford, knight, 49 Edward III. 

Sir Thomas Monthermer, Lord of Stokenham, slayne at 
sea, Anno 14 Edward III. 

[Knights of the time of Richard II.] 

Theobald Gorges, of Bramton, knight, 1 Richard II.; died 

4 Richard II. 

John Dinham, of Hertland, knight, 1 Richard II.; died 

5 Richard II. 

William Botreaux, of Molland Botreaux, knight and Baron, 
1 Richard II.; died 15 Richard II. 

Guy de Brian, of Torre Brian, knight and Baron, 1 
Richard II. 

Guy de Brian, knight, sonne of the said Guy, 1 Richard II. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Powderham, knight, 1 Richard II. 

Peter Courteney, brother of the sayd Phillip, knight, 1 
Richard II. 

John Beamond, of Shirwell, knight, 1 Richard II. 

William Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 1 Richard II. 

John Strech, of Pynho, knight, 1 Richard II. 

John Wadham, of Egge, knight, 1 Richard II. 

Richard Champernon, of Modbyry, knight, I Richard II., 
and 19 Richard II. 

Nigell Loring, of Knowston Beapell, knight, 1 Richard II. 

Robert Cornu, of Thornbyry, knight, 1 Richard II. 

John de la Pomeray, of Byry Pomeray, knight, 1 Richard II. 

John Prideaux, of Orcherton, knight, 1 Richard II., and 19 
Richard II. 

John Damarell, of Flint, knight, 1 Richard II. 

John Ralegh, of Smaleridg and Fardell, knight, 1 Richard II. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 7 1 

William Umfravile, of Combe Pyne, knight. 

Peter de Veale, of Vealhall, neere Plimton, knight, 1 
Richard II. 

Thomas Saint Awbyn, of Combralegh, knight, 1 Richard II. 

John Wellington, of Umberlegh, knight, 1 Richard II. ; 
died 2 Richard II. 

Richard, Lord St. Mawre, of Northmolton, knight, 1 
Richard II. 

William Basset, of Whitechappell, knight, 6 Richard II. 

John Cobham, of Blackburgh Bolhay, knight, 7 Richard II. 

John St. Awbin, knight, sonne of Sir Thomas St. Awbin, 
7 Richard II. ; died 8 Richard II. 

Phillip de Brian, knight: he maried St. Awbin's widow, 8 
Richard II. 

William Brian, of Torre Brian, knight, 10 Richard II. 

William Esturmy, of Santon, knight, 10 Richard II. 

James Chudelegh, of Assheriston, knight, 12 Richard II., 
and 19 Richard II. 

John Powlet, of Legh Powlet, knight, 12 Richard II. 

William, Lord Botreaux, of Molland Botreaux, knight, 15 
Richard II. 

Raph Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 18 Richard II. 

Robert, Lord Harrington, of Knoston Beapell, knight, 19 
Richard II. 

John Dinham, of Nutwell, knight, 19 Richard II. 

John Fitz Payne, of West Odlegh, knight, 8 Richard II. 

Thomas Brooke, de Holedich, knight, 22 Richard II. 



Knightes in Devon, or which had houses theire, in 
the tyme of klng henry iv. 

Robert Harrington, knight, Lord Harrington, 1 Henry IV.; 
died 7 Henry IV. 

Raph Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 1 Henry IV. ; died 
2 Henry IV. 

Richard, Lord Saint Maure, of Northmolton, knight, 1 
Henry IV. ; died 2 Henry IV. 

Richard Champernon, of Modbyry, knight, 1 Henry IV. 

Peter Courtney, of Ithelton, knight, 1 Henry IV.; died 13 
Henry IV. 

William Esturmy, of Santon, knight, 1 Henry IV. ; he 
maried John Beamonte's Widow. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Powderham, knight, 1 Henry IV., and 
4 Henry IV. 

John Dinham, of Nutwell, knight, 1 Henry IV., and 4 
Henry IV. 



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John de La Pomeray, of Bery Pomeray, knight, 1 
Henry IV. 

William Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 1 Henry IV. 

James Chudlegh, of Assheriston, knight, 1 Henry IV. 

Phillip Courtenay, of Powderham, knight, 1 Henry IV. 

John, Lord Harrington, of Knoston Beapell, knight, 1 
Henry IV. 

John Arondell, of Yewton Arondell, knight, 1 Henry IV. 

Thomas Broke, of Holedich, knight, 1 Henry IV. 

John Herl, of Ilfercomb, knight, 1 Henry IV. 

William Hankford, knight of the Bathe, Chief Justice, 1 
Henry IV. 

Robert Challons, of Legh Challons, Knight of the Bathe, 
I Henry IV. 

Edward Courtenay, Knight of the Bathe, sonne to th'Erl of 
Devon, 1 Henry IV. 

Hugh Courtenay, of Haccomb, knight of the Bathe, 1 
Henry IV. 

John St. Awbin, of Combralegh, knight, I Henry IV. 

Thomas Carew, of Otery Mohun, knight, 2 Henry IV. 

Raph Botreaux, of Molland Botreaux, knight, 3 Henry IV. 

John Grenvile, of Bideford, knight, 6 Henry IV. 

John, Lord Harrington, of Knoston Beapell, knight, 7 
Henry IV. 

Thomas de La Pomeray, of Byry Pomeray, knight, 7 
Henry IV. ; sherif 2 Henry IV. 

John Cobham, of Blackburgh Bolhay, knight, 7 Henry IV. 

John Wadham, of Egge, knight, 7 Henry IV. 

John Herle, knight, sonn and heire of John Herl, 7 
Henry IV. 

Fulk Fitzvvarren, of Tauistoke, knight, 8 Henry IV. 

Thomas Fitz Payne, of Westodlegh, knight, 8 Henry IV. 

John Courtenay, knight, sonne of Sir Phillip Courtenay, 10 
Henry IV. 

Knightes dwelling, or which had houses in Devon- 
shire IN THE TYME OF KING HENRY V. 

William Bonvill, of Shute, knight, I Henry V. 

William Hanckford, of Annery, knight, Chief Justice, 1 
Henry V. 

Thomas Brooke, of Holedich, knight, 1 Henry V. ; Sherif, 
5 Henry V. 

Hugh Courteney, of Haccomb, knight, 1 Henry V. 

Thomas Pomeray, of Byry Pomeray, knight, 1 Henry V. 

Robert Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 1 Henry V. ; 
Sherif, 9 Henry V. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. i j^ 

John Arondell, of Yewton Arondell, knight, I Henry V. ; 
Sherif, 3 Henry V. 

Richard Champernon, of Modbyry, knight, 1 Henry V. ; 
died 5 Henry V. 

John Dinham, of Nutwell, knight, 1 Henry V. 

John Herle, of Ilfercomb, knight, 1 Henry V. 

Raph Botreaux, knight, sonne to the Lord Botreaux, 1 
Henry V. 

William Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 1 Henry V. ; died 
8 Henry V. 

Thomas Carew, of Otery Moun, knight, I Henry V. 

William Esturmy, of Santon, knight, I Henry V. 

Richard Hankford, knight, sonne of Sir William Hanckford, 
4 Henry V. 

William Talbot, of Spreyton, knight, Escheator of Devon, 
6 Henry V. 

Hugh Courteney, the younger, knight, sonne of Hugh 
Courteney, 6 Henry V. 

Thomas Flemynge, of Esse Rogus and of Chimwell, knight, 
6 Heniy V. 

John Fortescu, knight, Captayne of Meulx, 6 Henry V. 

Edward Courtenay, Erl of Devon, 2 Henry V. 

John, Lord Harrington, 2 Henry V. 

Sir Richard Champernon, of Modbiry, 2 Henry V. 

Sir John de La Pomeray, of Byry, 2 Henry V. 

Sir Thomas Fitz Payn, of Cheriton, 2 Henry V. 

Sir Hugh Courtenay, of Haccomb, 2 Henry V. 

Knightes dwelling or which had howses in Devon- 
shire IN THE TYME OF HENRY VI. 

Hugh Courteney, of Haccomb, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

Hugh Courteney, knight, sonne of Hugh Courteney, 1 
Henry VI. 

William Bonvill, of Shute, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

William Palton, of Umberlegh, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

William, Lord Botreaux, knight, I Henry VI. 

Thomas Flemynge, of Chimwell, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

Thomas Carew, of Otery Mohun, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

William Talbot, of Spreyton, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

Raph Botreaux, knight, sonne to the Lord William Botreaux, 
1 Henry VI. 

John Herl, of Ilfridecomb, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

Thomas Brooke, of Wycroft, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

Robert Challons, of Legh Challons, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

Richard Hankford, of Annery, knight, 1 Henry VI. 

John Dinham, of Nutwell, knight, 1 Henry VI. 



174 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

William Esturmy, of Santon, knight, I Henry VI. 

Edmond Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, I Henry VI. 

William, Lord Harrington, of Knowston Beapell, knight, 
I Henry VI. 

Thomas Pomeray, of Byry Pomeray, knight, I Henry VI. 

William Bampfild, of Poltymor, knight, Sherif of Devon, 
5 Henry VI. 

John Fitzpayne, of Westodlegh, knight, I Henry VI. 

Thomas Brooke, of Wycroft, sonne of Sir Thomas, 7 
Henry VI. 

Humfry Courteney, of Bicklegh, 7 Henry VI. 

Thomas Stowell, of Merton, knight, 7 Henry VI. 

William Bechamp, of , knight, Sherif of Devon, 18 

Henry VI. 

Thomas Courteney, Erl of Devon, 14 Henry VI. 

Phillip Courteney, of Powderham, knight, 12 Henry VI. 

John Arondell, of Yewton Arondell, knight, 13 Henry VI. 

Thomas Beamond, of Shirwell, knight, 13 Henry VI. 

Baldwin Fulford, of Fulford, knight, 13 Henry VI. 

Thomas Arondell, Sherif of Devon, of , knight, 14 

Henry VI. 

Nicolas Carew, of Mouns Otery, knight, 14 Henry VI. 

John Speke, of Wem worthy, knight, 15 Henry VI. 

Christofer Flemminge, of Chimwell, knight, 16 Henry VI. 

William Bonvill, knight, sonn of William, Lord Bonvill, 20 
Henry VI. 

Walter Moyle, of Stevenston, [and, written in margin], of 
Grimsborough, knight, 20 Henry VI. 

John Fortescu, of , knight, Chief Justice of England, 

29 Henry VI. 

John Colshull, of , knight, 30 Henry VI. 

Robert Vere, of Colebrooke, knight, 31 Henry VI. He 
maried T. Carewe's Widow. He was knighted 5 Henry VI. 

John Colshull, of , knight, 31 Henry VI. 

Thomas Courteney, knight, sonne and heir of Thomas, Erl 
of Devon, 36 Henry VI. 



Knightes during the tyme of King Edward IV. 

Philippus Courtenay, of Powderham, knight, 1 Edward IV. 

Baldwin Fulford, of Fulford, knight, 1 Edward IV. ; died 
15 Edward IV. 

Roger Tocotes, of Poltimore, knight, 1 Edward IV. ; he 
maried Bamfilde's Widow. 

Edmond Cheyney, of Up Otery, knight, 1 Edward IV.; 
died 6 Edward IV. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 175 

Giles Dawbeney, of , knight, Sherif of Devon, 22 Ed- 
ward IV. 

Thomas Fulford, of Fulford, knight, 14 Edward IV. 
John Crocker, of Lineham, knight, 14 Edward IV. 
John Harlewin, of Sidmouth, knight, 16 Edward IV. 
Robert Willoby, of Beere Ferrers, knight, 16 Edward IV. 
William Courtenay, of Powderham, knight, 19 Edward IV. 
Phillip Courteney, oi Molland, knight, 19 Edward IV. 
Robert Willoby, of Beereferrers, knight, 19 Edward IV. 



[Knights in the time of King Richard III.] 

Foulk Bourchier, of Tauistoke, knight, Lord Fitzwarren, 
I Richard III. 

William Courteney, of Powderham, knight, I Richard III. 
Phillip Courteney, of Molland, knight, 1 Richard III. 
Thomas Fulford, of Fulford, knight, 1 Richard III. 
John Dinham, of Nutwell, knight, 1 Richard III. 
Thomas Grenvill, of Bideford, knight, 1 Richard III. 
Thomas St. Liger, of Dertington, knight, I Richard III. 
John Crocker, of Lineham, knight, 1 Richard III. 
John Halwell, of Halwell, knight, sherif, 3 of Richard III. 



Knightes in the tyme of King [Henry VIL] 

Sir William Hody, knighted at St. Johns, 1 Henry VII. ; 
Lord Chief Baron. 

Sir Thomas Pomeray, Knight of the Bathe at the Queene's 
coronacion. 

Sir John Fortescue, Knight of the Bathe, 1 Henry VIL; 
he was made a baronet [i.e., banneret] at Stoke Battayle. 

Sir John Arondell baronet [i.e., banneret] at Stoke Bat- 
tayle. 

Sir James Audeley baronet [i.e., banneret] at Stoke Bat- 
tayle. 

John Halwell, knight, sherif, 1 Henry VII. 

William Stonar, of Ermyngton, knight, sherif, 6 Henry VII. 

William Courtney, of Powderham, knight; he died 1 
Henry VII. 

Thomas Fulford, of Fulford, knight, I Henry VII. 

John Dinham, of Nutwell, knight, 1 Henry VIL; Lord 
Dinham and High Treasorer of England. 

Phillip Courteney, of Molland, knight, 1 Henry VII. 

Richard Edgcomb, of Cuttell, knight, at the King's coro- 
nacion, 1 Henry VII. 



176 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

William Hodesfield, of Shillingford, knight, 1 Henry VII. ; 
the King's Attorney. 

Thomas St. Maure, of Northmolton, knight, 1 Henry VII. ; 
died 6 Henry VII. 

Robert Willoby, of Beereferrers, knight, 1 Henry VII.; 
Steward of the King's House. 

Foulk Bourchier, of Tauistoke, knight, Lord Fitzvvarren, 
1 Henry VII. 

Thomas Grenvill, of Bideford, knight, 1 Henry VII. 

John Crocker, of Lyneham, knight, 1 Henry VII. 

Edward Courteney, knight, 1 Henry VII ; created Erl of 
Devon. 

William Courteney, Lord Courteney, his sonne, knight of 
the Bathe, at the Queene's coronacion. 

John Wadham, of Egge, knighted at St. John's, 1 
Henry VII. 

William Courteney, of Powderham, knighted at St. John's, 
1 Henry VII. 

Walter Courteney, knight, brother unto Edward, Erl of 
Devonshire, 5 Henry VII. 

Walter Courteney, of Bicklegh, knight, 5 Henry VII. 

John Sapcotes, of , knight, 5 Henry VII. 

Richard Pomeray, of Bery Pomeray, knight, 5 Henry VII. 

Sir Edward Pomeray, knighted at the creacion of Princ 
Henry. 

Sir Nicolas Wadham, knighted at the creacion of Princ 
Henry. 

Sir Edmond Arondell. 

John Halgewill, of Halgewill, called Halwell, knight, at the 
king's coronacion, 12 Henry VII. 

Amias Pawlet, of Halberton, knight, at Stoke Battell, 13 
Henry VII. 

Thomas Tremayle, of Sande, in the Parish of Sidbury, 
knight, 13 Henry VII. 

John Kirkham, of Blagdon, knight, sherif 21 of Henry VII. 

John Bourchier, of Tauistoke, knight, Lord Fitzwarren, 17 
Henry VII. 

William Courteney, of Powderham, knight, 13 Henry VII., 
and 17 Henry VII. 

Thomas Grenville, of Bideford, knight, sonne of Sir Thomas, 
at the creacion of Princ Arthur, 17 Henry VII. 

John Speke, of Wemworthy, knight, 17 Henry VII. 

William St. Maure, of Northmolton, knight, 17 Henry VII. 

Humfry Fulford, of Fulford, knight, at the creacion of 
Henry, Duke of York, 17 Henry VII. 

Edmond Carew, of Otery Moun, knight, at St. John's, 17 
Henry VII. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 7 7 

John Chambernon, of Modbyry, knight, 17 Henry VII. 

John Arondell, of Yewton Arondell, knight, at the creacion 
of Henry Duke of York, 17 Henry VII. 

Peter Edgcombe, of Mount Edgcomb, knight, at the 
creacion of Henry Duke of York, 17 Henry VII. 

John Basset, of Umberlcgh, knight, at the creacion of 
Prince Arthur, 20 Henry VII. 

Sir John Arondell, of Trerise, knighted at Princ Arthur's 
creacion. 

Sir Henry Marney, knighted at the creacion of Henry, 
Duke of York. 

Robert Broughton, of Landekey, knight, 20 Henry VII. 

Sir William Carew, knighted at Stoke Battell. 

Sir Richard Nanfant, knighted when he went Embassador 
into Spayne. 



Knightes in the tyme of King Henry the VIII. 

John Bourchier, of Tauistoke, knight, Lord Fitz warren, 1 
Henry VIII. 

Piers Edgcomb, of Mount Eggecomb, knight, 1 Henry VIII. 

John Brooke, of Wycroft, knight, Lord Cobham, 1 Henry 
VIII.; died 4 Henry VIII. 

[William] Courteney, of Powderham, knight, 1 Henry 
VIII. ; died 4 Henry VIII. 

John Speke, of Wemworthy, knight, 1 Henry VIII.; died 
20 Henry VIII. 

Edmond Carew, of Otery Moun, knight, 1 Henry VIII. ; 
killed at Terwin, 5 Henry VIII. 

John Carew, of Bereferrers, knight, I Henry VIII. ; 
drowned in the Regent, 4 Henry VIII. He maried the widow 
of Sir Robert Willoby. 

Sir Nicolas Wadham, of Edge, Sherif, 6 of Henry VIII. 

Thomas Brooke, of Wycroft, knight, Lord Cobham, 4 
Henry VIII. 

Edward Ralegh, of Charneis, knight, I Henry VIII. ; died 
23 Henry VIII. 

Sir John Audelegh, baneret. 

Sir John Arondell, baronet [ie., banneret]. 

Henry, Lord Dawbeney, Knight of the Bathe at the coro- 
nacion of Henry VIII. 

Robert, Lord Brooke, Knight of the Bathe at the coronacion 
of Henry VIII. 

Sir John Marney, knighted at Turney. 

Sir George St. Leger, of Annery, knighted at Turney ; 
Sherif 22 Henry VIII. 

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178 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Sir Arthur Plantaginet, knighted at Turney. 

John, sonne and heire of the Lord Zouch, knighted at 
Turney. 

Edward Pomeray, of Bery Pomeray, knight, 1 Henry VIII. 
Lewes Pollard, of Nymeton, knight. 
Roger GifTard, of Brightlegh, knight. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb Bernard, knighted 5 
Henry VIII. 

Sir William Kingston, knighted at Turney. 

William Courteney, of Powderham, knight. 

John Kirkham, of Blagdon, knight ; sherif 20 Henry VIII. 

Thomas Stukeley, of AfTeton, knight. 

Phillip Chambernon, of Modbyry, knight. 

George Carew, of Otery Mohun, knighted at Turney. 

John Basset, of Umberlegh, knight, 1 Henry VIII. ; died 
19 Henry VIII. 

John Fulford, of Fulford, knight, 23 Henry VIII. 

Richard Chidelegh, of Assheriston, knight. 

Hugh Pollard, of Grilleston, knight, sherif, 27 Henry VIII. 

Richard Pollard, of Forde, knighted 33 Henry VIII. 

Richard Grenville, of Bideford, knight, sherif, 24 Henry VIII. 

George Carew, of Otry Moun, knight, ... Henry VIII. ; 
knighted at Turney; drowned 37 Henry VIII. 

Sir Thomas Speke, knighted at Turney. 

Sir William Coffyn, knighted 29 Henry VIII. 

Sir Hugh Pawlet, knighted 29 Henry VIII. 

Sir John Arondell, knighted 32 Henry VIII. 

Sir Richard Edgcomb, of Mount Edgcomb, knighted 33 
Henry VIII. 

Sir Peter Carew, Sherif, the last of Henry VIII. 

Sir Hugh Pawlet, of , Sherif, 33 Henry VIII. 

Sir Robert Shilston, of Woode, knight. 



Knightes in the tyme of King Edward VI. 

Peter Carew, knight, of Otery Moun. 

Gawen Carew, of Woode, knight. 

Thomas Pomeray, of Berry Pomeray, knight. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb Bernard, knight. 

John Moore, of Moorehays, neere Columpton, knight. 

Sir Richard Chidley, of Ashton, knight, Sherif, 5 Ed- 
ward VI. 

Sir Richard Edgcomb, of Mount Edgcomb, Sherif 6 Ed- 
ward VI. 

Sir John Fulford, of Fulford. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. i 79 



Knightes in the tvme of Queene Mary. 

Gawen Carew, of Woode, knight. 

Peter Carew, of Otry Mohun, knight. 

William Courteney, of Powderham, knight. 

Piers Courteney, of Woode, knight. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb Bernard, knight. 

Robert Denys, knight, sonne of Sir Thomas. 

John St. Liger, of Annery, knight. 

John Moore, of Morehays, knight. 

Hugh Pawlet, of Samford Peverell, knight. 

John Fulford, knight, Sherif 4 Queen Mary. 



Knightes in the tyme of Queene Elizabeth. 

John St. Liger, of Annery, knight, 1 Elizabeth. 

William Courtenay, of Powderham, knight, 1 Elizabeth. 

Peter Carew, of Mouns Otery, knight, I Elizabeth. 

Gawen Carew, of Woode, knight, 1 Elizabeth. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb, knight, I Elizabeth ; died 2 
Elizabeth. 

Robert Dennys, of Bucketon, knight, sonne of Sir Thomas, 
1 Elizabeth. 

George Speke, of Wemworthy, Knight of the Bathe. 

Hugh Pawlet, of Halberton, knight, I Elizabeth. 

John Arondel, of Lanhern, knighted 1566. 

John Chichester, of Ralegh, knighted 1581. 

Arthur Champernon, of Dertington, knight. 

John Moore, of Columpton, knight. 

John Fulford, of Fulford, knight. 

John Whiddon, of Chagford, knight. 

John Pollard, of Forde, knight. 

John Arondel, of Talvarn, knighted 1585. 

William Courtenay, of Powderham, knighted 1576. 

John Gilbard, of Compton, knighted 1571. 

Humfry Gilbard, knight, brother of Sir John, 1577. 

Amias Pawlet, of Samford Peverell, knighted 1575. 

Arthur Basset, of Umberlegh, knighted 1575. 

John Chichester, of Rawlegh, knight, sonne of Sir John, 
1582. 

John Clifton, of Colecomb, knighted 1573. 

Richard Grenvile, of Bideford, knighted 1577. 

Fraunces Drake, of Buckland Monachorum, knighted 4 April, 
1581. 

Barnard Drake, of Ashe, knighted 11 January, 1585. 

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1 80 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. . 

Walter Ralegh, of Colaton Ralegh, knight, warden of the 
Stannary, 1584. 

Thomas Dennys, of Holcomb Bernard, knight, sonne of Sir 
Robert, 1586. 

William Periam, of Fulford, neere Credyton, knight, Chief 
Baron of th'Exchecquer, 1592. 

Ferdinando Gorges, Captayn of Plymouth Forte, knighted 

1599. 

John Gilbard, of Greeneway, knight, sonne of Sir Humfry. 

Peter Carew, of Upton Hilion, knight, slayne in Ireland. 

George Carew, of Upton Hilion, knight, brother of Sir 
Peter. 

Thomas Acton, of Bradlegh, knight. 

Arthur Chichester, of Santon, knight. 

John Chichester, knight, brother to Sir Arthur, slayne in 
Ireland. 

William Strode, of Newenham, knight. 

Antony Pawlet, of Samford Peverell, knight, sonne of Sir 
Amias. 

George Cary, of Cokinton, knight. 

Richard Champernon, of Modbyry, knight. 

Arthur Champernon, knight, brother of Sir Richard, slayn 
in Ireland. 

Thomas Ridgway, of Torrebruer, knight. 

William Courtney, the younger sonne of Sir William 
Courteney. 

Robert Basset, of Umberlegh, knight. 

Sir John Hawkyns, knighted 1588. 

Thomas Cate, called Gates, knight, born in Coliton, in 
Devonshire. 

John Dowdal, knight, born in Devonshire. 

Carew Ralegh, knight, born at Fardell, which he hath 
sold. 

John Hawkins, knight, born in Devonshire. 

Sir George Bourchier, knight, sonne to John, Erie of Bathe. 

Knightes in the tyme of King James. 

George Carew, of Upton Hilion, knight, Lord Carew. 
William Periam, of Fulford, knight; died 2 King James. 
William Courteney, of Powderham, knight, th'elder. 
William Courteney, the yonger, knight, died 2 King James. 
Thomas Dennys, of Holecomb, knight. 
Ferdinando Gorges, knight, Captayn of Plymouth fort. 
John Gilbard, knight, of Greeneway, died 6 of King James. 
Arthur Chichester, knight, Lord Deputy of Ireland. 
William Strode, knight, of Newnham. 



Knights and Distingirished Men of Devon. 1 8 1 

Thomas Ridgway, knight, Tresorer of Ireland. 
George Cary, knight, Lord Justice and Tresorer of Ireland 
before Sir T. Ridgway. 

Richard Chambernon, of Modbyry, knight. 
Robert Basset, knight, beyond the seas in Ireland. 



Knightes born in Devonshire. 

Sir Walter Ralegh, knight. 

Sir Carew Ralegh, knight, his brother. 

Sir Thomas Cate, or Gates, knight. 

Sir John Dowdale, knight. 

Sir Thomas Edmondes, born at Plimouth. 



Knightes that dwell not, but have great 
enheritance in devonshire. 

John Petre, knight, created Lord Petre by King James. 

Sir William Petre, knight, his sonne. 

Sir William Fortescu, knight, sonne to Sir John Fortesku, 
Secretary. 

William Killigru, knight, Lord of Crediton. 

Robert Killigru, knight, sonne and heire of Sir William. 

George Ralegh, of Charles, knight, dwels in Warwick- 
shire. 

Sir Robert Digby, knight ; Est Raddon and Colbroke ar 
his. 

Knightes made by King James. 

Robert Chichester, of Rawlegh, Knight of the Bathe. 
George Speke, of Wemworthy, Knight of the Bathe. 
Thomas Wise, of Sidenham, Knight of the Bathe. 



Knightes before the Coronacion. 

Thomas Monk, knight, sonne and heire of Antony Monk of 
Poderidge. 

Thomas Browne, of Langtrew, knight. 

Warwick Hele, knight, sonne and heire unto Sergeant 
Hele. 

Edward Seamor, knight, sonne and heire of Edward Seamor, 
of Bery Pomeray. 

Amias Bamfild, of Poltymor, knight. 



1 82 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Knightes at the Coronacion made by the King's 
commaundement by the lordes admirall, cham- 
berlayne, etc. 

John Hele, knight, Sergeant at Lawe unto the King. 

Sir Thomas Harris, Sergeant at Law. 

Sir Thomas Reynell, of Woggewill. 

Sir Thomas Prideaux, sonne to Thomas Prideaux, of Nut- 
well, esquire. 

Sir George Southcot, of Buckland-tout-Zantes. 

Sir Arthur Akeland, sonne of Hugh Akeland, of Akeland, 
esquire. 

Sir Richard Hawkins, of Plymouth, Viceadmirall of 
Devon. 

Sir John Whiddon, of Chageford. 

Sir Lewes Stukeley, sonne to John Stuklegh, of Afton, 
esquire. 

Sir Henry Rolle, of Stevenston, th'elder. 

Sir Henry Rolle, the younger, his sonne. 

Sir Henry Thynne. 

Sir George Petre, sonne of William Petre, of Hays, 
esquire. 

Sir Edward Giles, sonne of John Giles, of Dene, esquier. 

Sir John Fitz, of Tavistock. 

Sir Richard Strode, sonne unto Sir William Strode. 

Sir Richard Edgcomb, sonne unto Pierc Edgcomb, of 
Mont Edgcomb, esquire. 

Sir Nicolas Smyth, sonne unto George Smyth, of Exceter. 

Sir William Button, of Tauistoke, married Hinxton's 
widow.* 



Knightes made by the King sithens the Coronacion. 

John Akeland, of Columb John, knight. 

George Smyth, of Exon, knight. 

John Speccot, knight, sonne unto Humfry Speccot, of 
Thornbyry, esquire. 

Frances Fulford, knight, sonne unto Thomas Fulford, of 
Fulford, esquire. 

William Kirkham, of Blagdon, knight. 

William Pole, of Shute, knight, 12 Febr., 1606. 

William Dillon, of Heanton Punchardon, knight. 

Christofer Harris, of Radford, knight. 

John Dodderigge, knight, the King's Sergeant at Law. 

* This entry stands alone at the foot of the page, and most probably 
belongs to the following list. 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 1 83 

Sir Frances Heale. 

Sir Edward Southcot. 

Sir Walter Erie. 

Sir Edward Chichester. 

Sir Arthur Basset. 

Sir John Drake, sonne of John Drake, of Asshe. 

Sir Samuell Sommaister, of Painsford, knight. 

These that follow dwell in Cornwall, but have 
houses in Devonshire. 

Sir Antony Rowse, of Edmerston, knighted at the Coro- 
nacion. 

Nicolas Prideaux, of Soldon, knight, 3 Jacobi. 

Nicolas Halse, knight, born in Devon, but dwelleth now in 
Cornwall. 

Sir Frances Vincent, of Kiirington, knight and baronet. 

Sir Samuell Rolles, sonne of Robert Rolle, of Yeanton, 
esquire. 

Sir Edward Harris, sonne of Sir Thomas Harrys, Justice in 
Irland. 

Sir Antony Vincent, sonne of Sir Frances Vyncent. 

Sir Shilston Calmady, of Wemworthy. 

Sir Frances Gianvill, of Tavistoke. 

Sir Henry Rowswell, of Forde. 

Edmond Fowell, of Fowelscomb. 

Sir Nicolas Martyn, of Oxton. 

Sir Edward Chichester, of Egesford, now Lord Chichester. 

Sir Richard Reynell, of Wol burgh, knighted ... 

Sir Thomas Reynell. 

Sir Richard Reynell, of Woggcwill. 

Sir Arthur Basset dwelleth in Ireland, brother of Sir Robert 
Basset. 

Hugh Colomb, knight, dwels in Irland, sonne of Hugh 
Columb, of Canonlegh. 

Hugh Clatworthy, knight, dwels in Irland, brother of 
Symon Clatworthy, of Clatworthy. 

Sir John, younger sonne of Sir Walter Yonge, of Coltre. 

Sir Henry Carew, sonne of Peter Carew, of Bickley. 

Sir James Bagg, of Plymouth. 

Edmond Prideaux, of Netherton, baronet. 

George Chidley, of Strechley, baronet. 

Frances Drake, of Buckland Monachorum, baronet. 

Thomas Heale, of Fleete, baronet. 

Lewis Pollard, of Nymeton, baronet. 

John Pole, of Shute, baronet. 

Sir Richard Grenvill, of Fitzford, knight and baronet. 



1 84 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

[Knights living in the time of] Kinge Charles. 

Edward Seamer, of Byry Pomeray, knight and baronet. 

Frances Vyncent, of Kilrington, knight and baronet. 

Edmond Prideaux, of Netherton, baronet. 

George Chidley, of Strechley, baronet. 

Frances Drake, of Bockland Monachorum, baronet. 

Ferdinando Gorges, Captayn of Plymouth fort, knighted at 
Roane, 1590. 

William Courtenay, of Powderham, knighted Anno 1576. 

Robert Basset, of Heanton Puncherdon, knighted in Ireland 
in Queene Elizabeth's raign. 

Robert Chichester, of Yolston, knight of the Bathe. 

Thomas Wise, of Sidenham, knight of the Bathe. 

William Strode, of Newnham, knighted in the tyme of 
Queene Elizabeth. 

Warwick Heale, of W'emworthy, knighted 24 Maij, 1603. 

Thomas Mounke, of Poderidg, knighted at Sir William 
Fleetwood's howse, 1603. 

Amyas Bamfild, of Poltymore, knighted 9 Julij, 1603. 

At the coronacion day, 1603. 

John Whiddon, of Chagford, knighted 1603. 
Henry Rolle, th'elder, of Stevenston, knighted 1603. 
Richard Edgcomb, of Mount Edgcomb, knighted 1603. 
Thomas Prideaux, of Nutwell, knighted 1603. 
Thomas Drew, of Brodehembery, knighted 1603. 
George Southcot, of Stoke Flemyng, knighted 1603. 
Richard Strode, sonne and heire of Sir William Strode, 
knighted 1603. 

George Petre, sometyme of Hays, neere Exon, knighted 1603. 
Edward Giles, of Dene, knighted 1603. 



John Speccot, of Thorn byry, knighted 2 Junij, 1604. 

Frances Fulford, of Bosomshele, knighted ... February, 1604. 

Nicolas Prideaux, of , knighted 13 November, 1606. 

William Pole, of Colcomb, knighted 15 Febr., 1606. 

John Dodderidg, on of the Justices of the King's Bench, 
knighted 5 Julij, 1607. 

Edward Southcot, of Santon, knighted 24 Junii, 1608. 

Edward Chichester, of Egesford, knighted ... 161 6. 
Vicount. 

John Drake, sonne of John Drake, of Ash, knighted ... 

Antony Vyncent, sonne of Baronet Vincent, knighted ... 

Samuell Sommaister, of Pimford, knighted ... 



Knights and Distinguished Men of Devon. 185 

Shilston Calmady, of Wembyry, knighted ... 

Samuell Rolle, sonne of Robert Rolle, of Heanton Sachvill, 
knighted ... 1620. 

Henry Rowswell, of Forde, knighted ... 

Edmond Fowell, of Fovvelscomb, knighted ... 

Francis Glanvill, of Tavvistoke, knighted ... 

Nicolas Martyn, of Oxton, knighted ... of Febr., 1624. 

Richard Reynell, of Forde [in] Wollburgh, knighted ... 
1623. 

*William Wray, sonne of Sir William Wray, knighted ... 

Thomas Reynell, 2 sonne of Sir Thomas Reynell, knighted 
14 Sept., 1625, at Forde. 

Richard Reynell, of Woggewill, his elder brother, knighted 
14 Sept., 1625, at Forde. 

John Younge, sonne of John Younge, of Coliton, knighted 
14 Sept., 1625, at Forde. 

John Chichester, of Halle, knighted 17 Sept., 1625, at Pli- 
mouth. 

Henry, sonne of Peter Carew, of Bickley, knighted 18 Sept., 
1625, [at] Plimouth. 

James Bagge, of Plymouth, knighted 19 Sept., 1625, [at] 
Plymouth. 

Symon Leache, Sherif of Devon, knighted 28 Sept., 1625, 
[at] Axmister. 

John Chidley, brother of Baronet Chidley, knighted at 
Rowburgh Downe, 22 Sept., 1625. 

Richard Grenvill, 2 sonne of Sir Barnard Grenvill, knighted 
at Plymouth, 22 Sept., 1625 J now baronet. 

Popham Southcot, sonne of Thomas Southcot, of Mouns 
Otery, knighted 1628. 

Edward Gary, of Bradford, knighted in Ireland. 

George Cary, sonne of Sir Edward, knighted ... 

Nicolas Slannynge, of , knighted ... 



Baronetes made by Kinge James and Kinge Charles. 

Sir Edward Seamer, of Biry Castell. 

Sir Frances Vincent, of Killerington, knight. 

Sir Edmond Prideaux, of Netherion. 

Sir George Chidley, of Asseriston. 

Sir Francis Drake, of Buckland Monacorum. 

Sir Thomas Heale, of Fleete. 

Sir Lewes Pollard, of Kings Nimeton. 

Sir John Pole, of Shute. 

Sir Richard Grenville, of Fitzforde, knight. 

* The name of ' King Charles ' is here inserted a second time. 



THE JUSTICES ITINERANT IN DEVON, 

WITH THE DATES OF THEIR CIRCUITS. 

2 HENRY II. 21 HENRY VII. 

(an incomplete list.) 

(Pages 231246.) 



THE JUSTICES ITINERANTES AND JUSTICES OF 
ASSISE AS HAVE BIN IN THEIR CIRCUIT IN 
THIS COUNTY OF DEVON. - 



22 Henry II. 



RAPH FITZ STEPHAN 
William Ruffus 
Gilbert Pipard 

Hugh Bardolph 
Raph Fitz Stephan 
William Briwer 
Robert Whitefield 
Roger Fitz Everard 



These were appointed Justices 
itinerantes in Wiltes, Dor- 
cetshire, Somersetshire, 
Devon and Cornwall. 



The King's Justices sitting 
at Exon. 



Henry de Braybrok 
Martin Pateshull 
Thomas de Muiton 
Robert de Lexinton 



9 Henry III. 



These Justices itinerantes sate 
in Devon. 



The Justices Itinerant in Devon, 



187 



11 and 12 Henry III. 



Thomas de Multon 
Robert de Lexinton 
Raph Mussard 
Jordan Oliver 

John Baioc 



These Justices sate in Devon. 



^John Baioc sate in the 11 
/ yeere but not in the 12. 



William de Eborum 
William de St. Edmond 
Robert Beachamp 
Jordan Oliver 



Henry III. 

[ These Justices itinerantes sate 



1 



at Exon, 



14 Henry III. 
William de Ralegh, Justiciarius domini Regis. 



28 Henry III, 



John, Abbot of Shirborn. 
Roger Turkelby. 
Gilbert Preston. 
Robert Bechamp. 



Robert de Turkelby. 
Gilbert Preston. 
John Cobham. 



33 Henry III, 



40 Henry III, 



Gilbert Preston et sccii sui. 
Roger de Wincester. 
William de Inglefild. 
William de Cobham. 



44 Henry III. 



Dominus Johannes Gray 
Dominus Johannes Wyvell 



^Justiciarii domini Regis apud 
/ Exoniam. 



i88 



Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



45 Henry III. 



Gilbert Preston. 
Jeffrey Lewkenor. 
Walter Helion. 
John de Okeston. 
Gilbert Preston. 
Henry Tracy. 
Roger Wicester. 
William Cobham. 



Robert Brewes. 
Richard Midelton. 
William Stanton. 



46-47 Henry III, 



48 Henry III. 
Roger Thurkelby et socii sui apud Exoniam. 



53 Henry III. 



Richard de Midelton. 
Roger de Mussenden, 
Adam Grenevile. 
Thomas Trivet. 



Gilbert Preston. 
Henry Tracy. 
Roger Wicester. 
William Cobham. 



54 Henry III. 



Anno Domini 1286. 



Salomon de Rocester 
Roger Thurkelby 
Gilbert Preston 
Mr. Symon de Wanton 
John de Cobham. 



Justices Itinerantcs sate at 
Exon. 



Richard de Boyland 
Robert de Fulton 



12 Edward I. 



i' 



ustices Itinerantes. 



The Justices Itinerant in Devon. 1 89 



THE JUDGES THAT HAVE HAD THEIR CIRCUIT 
IN THIS COUNTRYE. 

5 Edward I. 
Dominus Radulphus de Hingham. 

12 Edward I. 

Salomon de Rocester. 
Richard Boyland. 

26 Edward I. 
Henry de Enfield. 
John de Bosco. 

29 Edward I. 
Henry Spigurnell. 
Walter Paveley. 

4 Edward II. 
John de Foxley. 
John de Batesford. 

8 Edward III. 

Johannes Inge, on of the King's Justices of his Coorts of 
Common Plees. 

11 Edward III. 

William Scharshull, on of the King's Justices of his coorte 
of Common Pleas. 

John Ynge, on of the Justices of the King's Coort of his 
Common Pleas. 

13 Edward III. 

William Scharshull, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte 
of Common Plees. 

John Inge, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte of 
Common Pleas. 

16 Edward III. 

William Scharsull, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte of 
Common Pleas. 

John Inge, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte of 
Common Pleas. 



90 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



29 Edward III. 

John Mowbray, on of the King's Justices of his Coorte of 
Common Pleas. 

Edmond Chelrey, on of the King's Justices of the Bench. 

32 Edward III. 

John de Stowford, on of the King's Justices of his Coorte of 
Common Pleas. 

Robert Briton, on of the King's Justices of his Bench. 

38 Edward III. 

John Mowbray, on of the King's Justices of his Coorte of 
Common Pleas. 

Edmond Chelrey, on of the Justices of the King's Bench. 

47 Edward III. 

William de Witingham, on of the Justices of the King's 
Coort of Common Pleas, 

Henry Percehay, on of the Justices of the King's Bench. 

7 Richard II. 

Robert Tresilian, Chief Justice. 
John Cary. 

14 Richard II. 

William Rickhill, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte of 
Common Plees. 

William Brenchesley, on of the Justices of the King's 
Bench. 

16 Richard II. 



William Rickhill, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte of 
Common Plees. 

William Brenchesley, on of the Justices of the King's 
Bench. 

3 Henry IV. 

William Rickhill, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte of 
Common Plees. 

William Brenchesley, on of the Justices of the King's 
Bench. 



The Justices Itinerant in Devon. 191 



8 Henry IV. 

William Hankford, on of the Justices of the King's Coorte 
of Common Plees. 

William Serene, on of the King's Justices of the King's 
Bench. 

11 Henry IV. 

William Hankford, on of the King's Justices of his Coorte 
of Common Pleas. 

William Serene, on of the Justices of the King's Bench. 



13 Henry IV. 

John Culpeper on of the Justices of the King's Coorte of 
Common Plees. 

William Serene, on of the Justices of the King's Bench. 



9 Henry V. 
William Cheyney. 
John Martin. 

9 Henry VI. 
William Cheyney. 
John Martin. 

14 Edward IV. 

Richard Choke, knight. 
John Catesby. 

21 Henry VII. 
John Butteler. 
Willelmus Grevill. 



4 and 5 Philip and Marie. 

Antony Browne, Sergeant at law. 
Robert Catlyn, Sergeant at law. 



3 Elizabeth. 

Ricardus Weston, Justice de banco. 
Robert Catlyn, Sergeant at law. 



192 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 



15 Elizabeth. 

Roger Manhod, Justice of the King's Bench. 
John Jeffreys, Justice of the same place. 



[Undated Entries.] 

Sir John Jeffreis, Knight, Lord Chief Barron of th'Ex- 
chequer. 

Roger Manhode, on of the Justices of the Common Pleas. 

Sir Roger Manhode, knight Lord Chief Barron of th'Ex- 
chequer. 

Edmond Anderson, the Queen's Sergeant at law. 

Sir Edmond Anderson, knight, Lord Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas. 

William Peryam, on of the Justices of the Common Pleas. 

Sir Edmond Anderson, knight, Lord Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas. 

Shute, on of the Barrons of th'Exchequer. 

Sir Edmond Anderson, knight Lord Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas. 

Flowrdew, on of the Barrons of th'Exchequer. 

Thomas Walmisley, on of the Justices of the Court of 
Common Pleas. 

Edward Fenner, on of the Justices of the King's Bench. 

William Periam, knight, Chief Baron of th'Exchequer. 
Edward Fenner, on of the Justices of the King's Bench. 

Edward Fenner, knight, on of the Justices of the King's 
Bench. 

Peter Warberton, knight, on of the Justices of the Common 
Pleas. 

Thomas Flemmyng, knight, Lord Chief Baron of th'Ex- 
checquer. 

Edward Fenner, knight, on of the Justices of the King's 
Bench. 

Thomas Flemmyng, knight, Lord Chief Baron of th'Ex- 
checquer. 

Lawrenc Tanfield, knight, on of the Justices of the 
Common Pleas. 



The Justices Itinerant in Devon. 193 

Thomas Flemmyng, knight, Lord Chief Justice of the King's 
Bench. 

Lawrenc Tanfield, knight, Lord Chief Baron of th'Ex- 
checquer. 

Sir Lawrenc Tanfild, Lord Chief Barron. 
Sir Augustin Nicols, on of the Justices of the Common 
Pleas. 

Sir Lawrenc Tanfild, Chief Barron. 

Sir Henry Montacu, the King's Sergeant. 

Sir Henry Montagu, Chief Justice. 
Sir Lawrenc Tanfild, Chief Barron. 

Sir Lawrenc Tanfild, Chief Barron. 

Sir Richard Hutton, on of the Justices of the Common 
Plees. 

Sir John Walter, Chief Barron. 

Sir Richard Hutton, on of the Justices of the Common 
Plees, 1 Caroli Regis. 

Sir John Walter, Chief Barron. 

Sir John Denham, on of the Barons of th'Exchecquer. 

Sir Thomas Richardson, Chief Justice of the Common 
Plees. 

Sir John Dinham, Baron of th'Exchecquer, 



13 



EXETER. 

DUKES, MARQUISES AND EARLS 
BEARING THIS TITLE, 

WITH A LIST OF THE 

MAYORS OF THE CITY. 

(Pages 173177.) 



Duces, Marchiones et Comites [atque Maiores] 

Exonie. 

REX RICARDUS II. Johannem Holland, Hunting- 
donie Comitem, Exonie ductm creavit. Sed Rex 
Henricus IV. ipsum a gradu hoc dejecit. Et dictus 
Henricus rex Thomam Beafort Exonie ducem vocavit. 
Postea Johannes Holland antedicti Johannis filius paternum 
recuperavit, et in ducatum Exonie est suffectus. Huic successit 
Henricus Holland, filius predicti Johannis, et ultimus est ducum 
Exonie. [Anna] Soror* istius Henrici nupta est [Johanni] 
Nevill. 

Solum unum marchionem, videlizet Henricum Courtney 
(et creatum et deprivatum per Regem Henricum VIII.) Exonia 
habuit. 

Comites vero. Omnes illos primos comites Devonie de 
familia et nomine de Ripariis Exonia sibi vendicat. Nam se 
Comites Devonie et aliquando Exonie scribere solebant. 

Et nuper Rex noster Jacobus Thomam Citsilt Dominum 
Burley hoc titulo honoris elargitus est. 

* She was his half-sister. Eds. 



Dukes, Marquises and Earls in Exeter. 195 



Maiores Exonie.* 

Et quia multi nobiles et antiqui sternmatis originem trahunt 
a mercatoribus civitates inhabitantibus hie etiam adjiciam 
maiores civitatis Exonie secundum tempora in quibus huic 
civitati prefuere. 

Willelmus Turbury, maior fuit Exonie, primo Henrici III., 
4 Henrici III., 5 Henrici III., 9 Henrici III., 10 Henrici III., 

12 Henrici III., 13 Henrici III., 16 Henrici III., 22 Henrici III. 

Rogerus FitzHenry, maior erat hujus civitatis, Annis 2 
Henrici III., 6 Henrici III., 14 Henrici III., 15 Henrici III., 
20 Henrici III. 

Walterus Gerveys, maior fuit Exonie, Annis 3 Henrici III., 
8 Henrici III. 

Rogerus FitzStephans, maior fuit Exonie, Anno. 1 1 Henrici 
III. 

Hillarius Blund, maior erat, Annis 18 Henrici III., 40 
Henrici III., 42 Henrici III., 43 Henrici III., 46 Henrici III. 

Martinus Roff, maior erat, Annis 19 Henrici III., 21 Henrici 
III., 23 Henrici III., 25 Henrici III., 26 Henrici III., 27, ?8, 
30 Henrici III., 32 Henrici III., 34 Henrici III., 35 Henrici III , 
et 37 Henrici III. 

Adam Riftbrd, maior Exonie, Annis 29 Henrici III., 31 
Henrici III., 36 Henrici III., 38 Henrici III. 

Willelmus Hastenent, maior Exonie, Anno 33 Henrici III. 

Johannes de Okeston, maior Exonie, Anno 39 Henrici III. 

Philippus Le Dier, maior Exonie, Annis 41 Henrici III., 
44 Henrici III., 49 Henrici III. 

Walterus de Okeston, maior Exonie, Annis 45 Henrici III., 
47 Henrici III., 50 Henrici III. 

Nicholaus Ivelchester, maior Exonie, 48 Henrici III., 52 
Henrici III. 

Willelmus Dierling, maior Exonie, Anno 51 Henrici III. 

Walterus Shaw, maior Exonie, 52 Henrici III. 

Martinus Dierling, maior Exon, Annis 55 Henrici III., 
56 Henrici III., 57 Henrici III., 2 Edwardi I., 5 Edwardi I. 

Walterus Le Geithin, maior Exonie, 1 Edwardi I. 

Alfridus Duport, maior Exonie, 3 Edwardi I., 4 Edwardi I., 
6 Edwardi I., 8 Edwardi I., 10 Edwardi I., 11 Edwardi I. 

Johannes Feneton, maior Exonie, 4 Edwardi I., 7 Edwardi I. 

Willelmus Derling, maior Exon, Anno 9 Edwardi I. 

David Le Tayler, maior Exonie, Annis 12 Edwardi I., 

13 Edwardi I. 

* This list disagrees with the various published lists, but we have thought 
it best to print without alterations. Eds. 

13-2 



196 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Soche, maior Exonie, Annis 14 Edvvardi I., 15 
Edwardi I., 17 Edwardi I., 18 Edwardi I., 19 Edwardi I., 21 
Edvvardi I., 22 Edwardi I. 

Ricardus Allen, maior Exonie, Anno 16 Edwardi I. 

Willelmus Gatepath, maior Exonie, Annis 19 Edwardi I., 

27 Edwardi I., 28 Edwardi I., 34 Edwardi I., 5 Edwardi II. 

Ricardus Tantifer, maior Exonie, Anno 20 Edwardi I. 
Wilelmus Tantifer, maior Exonie, Annis 23 Edvvardi I., 

28 Edwardi I. 

Walterus Tantifer, maior Exonie, Annis 25 Edwardi I., 

3 Edwardi II. 

Ricardus Beavin, maior Exonie, Anno 24 Edwardi I. 

Johannes Horn, maior Exonie, 26 Edwardi I. 

Rogerus Le Wheton, maior Exonie, 30 Edwardi I. 

Rogerus Beavin, maior Exonie, Annis 29 Edwardi I., 31 
Edwardi I., 32 Edwardi I., 33 Edwardi I., 1 Edwardi II., 
2 Edwardi II., 6 Edwardi II., 7 Edwardi II., 10 Edwardi II., 
12 Edwardi II. 

Walterus Langdon, maior Exonie, 4 Edwardi II. 

Philippus Lovecock, maior Exonie, Annis 8 Edvvardi II., 
9 Edwardi II., 12 Edwardi II., 13 Edwardi II., 17 Edvvardi II., 
18 Edwardi II., 19 Edwardi II., 1 Edwardi III., 2 Edwardi III., 

4 Edwardi III. 

Martin Le Ken, maior Exonie, II Edwardi II., 3 Edwardi 
III., 5 Edwardi III., 7 Edwardi III. 

Robertus Wootton, maior Exonie, Annis 13 Edwardi II., 
14 Edwardi II., 15 Edwardi II., 16 Edwardi II. 

Rogerus Le Sellar, maior Exonie, Anno 20 Edwardi II. 

Thomas Gerveis, maior Exonie, Annis 6 Edwardi III., 10 
Edwardi III. 

Thomas Lichefild, maior Exonie, 7 Edwardi III., 12 Edwardi 
III., 13 Edwardi III. 

Henricus Hughton, maior Exonie, Annis 8 Edwardi III., 
9 Edwardi III., 10 Edwardi III., 11 Edwardi III., 13 Edwardi 
III., 14 Edwardi III., 17 Edvvardi III., 18 Edwardi III., 20 
Edwardi III. 

Thomas Le Farboure, maior Exonie, Annis 15 Edwardi III., 
16 Edwardi III., 19 Edwardi III., 21 Edwardi III. 

Nicolaus Halberton, maior Exonie, 21 Edwardi III. \ 

Robertus Le Noble, maior Exonie, 21 Edwardi III. j 34/ 

Robertus Brideport, maior Exonie, 22 Edwardi III., 23 
Edwardi III., 24 Edwardi III., 25 Edvvardi III., 28 Edwardi 
III. 

Johannes Le Spicer, maior Exonie, 26 Edvvardi III., 27 
Edwardi III., 30 Edwardi III., 32 Edward III., 33 Edwardi III. 

Johannes Gist, maior Exonie, Annis 34 Edwardi III., 35 
Edvvardi III., 36 Edwardi III., 44 Edvvardi III. 



Dukes, Marquises and Earls in Exeter. 197 

Nicolaus Taverner, maior Exonie, 37 Edwardi III. 

Nicolaus Bradeston, maior Exonie, 38 Evvardi III., 39 
Edwardi III. 

Warren Barlist, maior Exonie, 40 Edwardi III. 

Rogerus Plente, maior Exonie, 41 Edwardi III., 43 Ed- 
wardi III., 45 Edwardi III. 

Martinus Battishull, maior Exonie, 42 Edwardi III. 

Robertus Wilford, maior Exonie, Annis 46 Edwardi III., 
47 Edwardi III., 48 Edwardi III., I Ricardi II., 2 Ricardi II., 
3 Ricardi II., 6 Ricardi II., 8 Ricardi H., 10 Ricardi II., 12 
Ricardi II., 14 Ricardi II., 16 Ricardi II., 18 Ricardi II. 

Johannes Gray, maior Exonie, 49 Edwardi III., 50 Ed- 
wardi III., 4 Ricardi II., I Henrici IV. 

Johannes Nymet, maior Exonie, 5 Ricardi II. 

Johannes Talb >t, maior Exonie, 7 Ricardi II., 20 Ricardi II. 

Adam Scutt, maior Exonie, 9 Ricardi II., 12 Henrici IV. 

Ricardus Bozom, maior Exonie, 1 1 Ricardi II., 13 Ricardi II., 
15 Ricardi II., 17 Ricardi II., 1 1 Henrici IV. 

Symon Grendon, maior Exonie, 19 Ricardi II., 22 Ricardi II , 

7 Henrici IV. 

Willelmus Wilford, 2 Henrici IV., 4 Henrici IV., 6 Henrici 
IV., 8 Henrici IV., 10 Henrici IV., 13 Henrici IV., 14 Henrici IV. 

Willelmus Oke, maior Exonie, 3 Henrici IV. 

Henricus Hull, maior Exonie, 5 Henrici IV. 

Johannes Hull, maior Exonie, 14 Henrici IV, 6 Henrici VI., 
9 Henrici VI., 16 Henrici VI., 24 Henrici VI. 

Peter Sturt, maior Exonie, 1 Henrici V., 3 Henrici V. 

Thomas Eston, maior, 2 Henrici V., 7 Henrici V., 1 Hen- 
rici VI. 

Johannes Batin, maior Exonie, 4 Henrici V., 6 Henrici V., 

8 Henrici V., 2 Henrici VI. 

Johannes Cooke, maior Exonie, 5 Henrici V., 9 Henrici V., 
3 Henrici VI. 

Robertus Voysey, maior Exonie, 4 Henrici VI. 

John Shillingford, maior Exonie, 7 Henrici VI., 8 Hen- 
rici VI., 23 Henrici VI., 25 Henrici VI., 26 Henrici VI. 

Willelmus Cooke, maior Exonie, 10 Henrici VI., 13 Hen- 
rici VI. 

Thomas Cooke, maior Exonie, 1 1 Henrici VI., 14 Hen- 
rici VI., 20 Henrici VI. 

Johannes Salter, maior Exonie, 12 Henrici VI 

Johannes Cottiell, maior Exonie, 15 Henrici VI. 

Benedictus Drew, maior Exonie, 17 Henrici VI. 

Willelmus Upton, maior Exonie, 1 8 Henrici VI., 19 Henrici VI. 

Johannes Cutler, maior Exonie, 21 Henrici VI., 27 Henrici VI. 

Hugo Germyn, maior Exonie, 22 Henrici VI., 28 Hen- 
rici VI., 30 Henrici VI., 34 Henrici VI., 2 Edwardi IV., 4 Ed- 



198 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

wardi IV., 6 Edwardi IV., 10 Edwardi IV., 11 Edwardi IV., 14 
Edvvardi IV. 

Willelmus Crymell, maior Exonie, 29 Henrici VI. 
Willelmus Pope, maior Exonie, 31 Henrici VI. 

Ricardus Orenge, maior Exonie, 33 Henrici VI. 
Willelmus Duke, maior Exonie, 35 Henrici VI., 39 HenriciVI. 
Johannes Kelly, maior Exonie, 36 Henrici VI., I Edwardi IV., 
17 Edwardi IV. 

Ricardus Druell, maior Exonie, 37 Henrici VI., 3 Edwardi 
IV., 5 Edwardi IV., 21 Edvvardi IV. 

Johannes Betty, maior Exonie, 38 Henrici VI. 

Thomas Calwodlegh, maior Exonie, 7 Edwardi IV., 20 Ed- 
vvardi IV., 2 Henrici VII., 17 Henrici VII. 

Johannes Hamlyn, maior Exonie, 8 Edvvardi IV. 

Kobertus Smyth, maior Exonie, 9 Edwardi IV. 

Ricardus Geffrey, maior Exonie, 1 1 Edwardi IV. 

Ricardus Clark, maior Exonie, 12 Edwardi IV., 4 Hen- 
rici VII. 

Ricardus Ronnewell, maior Exonie, 13 Edwardi IV. 

Johannes Orenge, maior Exonie, 15 Edwardi IV. 

Johannes Atwill, maior Exonie, 16 Edwardi IV., 19 Ed- 
wardi IV., I Ricardi III., 8 Henrici VII., 12 Henrici VII. 

Willelmus Obley, maior Exonie, 18 Edwardi IV., 10 Hen- 
rici VII. 

Ricardus Werth, maior Exonie, 22 Edwardi IV. 

Matheus Job, maior Exonie, 2 Ricardi III. 

Robertus Russill, maior Exonie, 1 Henrici VII. 

Ricardus Newton, maior Exonie, 3 Henrici VII. 

Stephanus Rudgway, maior Exonie, 5 Henrici VII. 

Johannes Hooker, maior Exonie, 6 Henrici VII. 

Robertus Chub, maior Exonie, 7 Henrici VII. 

Johannes Coleshill, maior Exonie, 9 Henrici VII. 

Johannes Calwoodlegh, maior Exonie, 11 Henrici VII., 23 
Henrici VII. 

Willelmus Frost, maior Exonie, 13 Henrici VII. 

Ricardus Undye, maior Exonie, 14 Henrici VII. 

Nicholas Hamlin, maior Exonie, 15 Henrici VII. 

Walterus York, maior Exonie, 16 Henrici VII. 

Walterus Champneis, maior Exonie, 18 Henrici VII. 

Robertus Newton ^ 

Johannes Damster ^maiores Exonie, 19 Henrici VII. 

Willelmus Fron J 

Thomas Andrewe, maior Exonie, 20 Henrici VII., 2 Hen- 
rici VIII. 

Willelmus Crudge, maior Exonie, Annis 21 Henrici VII., 
2 Henrici VIII., 7 Henrici VIII., 10 Henrici VIII. 

Ricardus Hewet, maior Exonie, 22 Henrici VII., 5 Hen- 
rici VIII. 



Dukes, Marquises and Earls in Exeter. 199 

Johannes Limpenny, maior Exonie, 24 Henrici VII. 
Johannes Buknarn, maior Exonie, 1 Henrici VIII., 8 Hen- 
rici VIII. 

Willelmus Wilford, maior Exonie, 2 Henrici VIII. 

Johannes Symons, maior Exonie, 4 Henrici VIII., 15 Hen- 
rici VIII. 

Johannes Moore, maior Exonie, 6 Henrici VIII. 

Thomas Hunt, maior Exonie, 9 Henrici VIII., 15 Hen- 
rici VIII., 29 Henrici VIII. 

Galfridus Jewes, maior Exonie, n Henrici VIII. 

Johannes Broadmore, maior Exonie, 12 Henrici VIII. 

Johannes Noseworthy, maior Exonie, 13 Henrici VIII. 

Ricardus Duke, maior Exonie, 14 Henrici VIII. 

Willelmus Hurst, maior Exonie, 16 Henrici VIIL, 27 Hen- 
rici VIII., 37 Henrici VIIL, 5 Edwardi VI., 3 Elizabethe. 

Willelmus Bene, maior Exonie, 17 Henrici VIIL 

Henricus Hamlin, maior Exonie, 18 Henrici VIIL, 30 Hen- 
rici VIIL 

Johannes Britnall, maior Exonie, 19 Henrici VIIL, 26 Hen- 
rici VIIL, 38 Henrici VIIL 

Robertus Buller, maior Exonie, 20 Henrici VIIL 

Robertus Hooker, maior Exonie, 21 Henrici VIIL 

Johannes Blackaller, maior Exonie, 22 Henrici VIIL, 28 
Henrici VIIL, 2 Edwardi VI. 

Gilbertus Kirk, maior Exonie, 23 Henrici VIIL, 31 Hen- 
rici VIIL 

Willelmus Periam, maior Exonie, 24 Henrici VIIL 

Ricardus Martin, maior Exonie, 25 Henrici VIIL 

Thomas Spurway, maior Exonie, 32 Henrici VIIL 

Willelmus Buckenam, maior Exonie, 33 Henrici VIIL 

Johannes Buller, maior Exonie, 34 Henrici VIIL 

Robertus Tooker, maior Exonie, 35 Henrici VIIL 

Thomas Presthood, maior Exonie, 36 Henrici VIIL, 4 Ed- 
wardi VI., 18 Elizabethe. 

Johannes Midwinter, maior Exonie, 1 Edwardi VI., 2 
Marie. 

Johannes Tuckfild, maior Exonie, 3 Edwardi VI. 

Willelmus Tothill, maior Exonie, 6 Edwardi VI. 

Willelmus Smith, maior Exonie, 1 Marie. 

Morricius Levermore, maior Exonie, 3 Marie, 6 Elizabethe. 

Walterus Staplehill, maior Exonie, 4 Marie. 

Johannes Peter, maior Exonie, 5 Marie, 4 Elizabethe, 17 
Elizabethe. 

Robertus Midwinter, maior Exonie, 1 Elizabethe. 

Johannes Blackeall, maior Exonie, 2 Elizabethe, 14 Eliza- 
bethe. 

Johannes Periam, maior Exonie, 5 Elizabethe, 14 Elizabethe. 



200 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Wolcot, maior Exonie, 7 Elizabethe. 

Thomas Richardson, maior Exonie, 8 Elizabethe. 

Johannes Smith, maior Exonie, 9 Elizabethe. 

Robertus CharTe, maior Exonie, 10 Elizabethe, 18 Eliza- 
bethe. 

Willelmus Chaple, maior Exonie, 11 Elizabethe, 21 Eliza- 
bethe. 

Symon Knight, maior Exonie, 12 Elizabethe, 2[ Eliza- 
bethe. 

Thomas Brewerton, maior Exonie, 13 Elizabethe. 

Willelmus Trivet, 15 Elizabethe. 

Nicholas Martin, maior Exonie, 16 Elizabethe, 27 Eliza- 
bethe. 

Georgius Peryman, maior Exonie, 19 Elizabethe. 

Ricardus Prous, maior Exonie, 20 Elizabethe. 

Willelmus Brewerton, maior Exonie, 22 Elizabethe. 

Thomas Martin, maior Exonie, 23 Elizabethe. 

Michaell Germyn, maior Exonie, 24 Elizabethe, 33 Eliza- 
bethe. 

Galfridus Thomas, maior Exonie, 25 Elizabethe. 

Johannes Davy, maior Exonie, 26 Elizabethe, 36 Eliza- 
bethe, 2 Jacobi. 

Georgius Smyth, mayor Exonie, 28 Elizabethe, 39 Eliza- 
bethe, 5 Jacobi. 

Johannes Periam, maior Exonie, 29 Elizabethe, 40 Eliza- 
bethe. 

Thomas Chapell, maior Exonie, 30 Elizabethe. 

Richard Prous, maior Exonie, 31 Elizabethe, 44 Eliza- 
bethe. 

William Martin, maior Exonie, 32 Elizabethe, 42 Eliza- 
bethe. 

Nicolas Spicer, maior Exonie, 34 Elizabethe, 1 Jacobi. 

Thomas Spicer, maior Exonie, 35 Elizabethe. 

John Chapell, maior Exonie, 37 Elizabethe. 

John Levermore, maior Exonie, 38 Elizabethe. . 

John Howell, maior Exonie, 41 Elizabethe. 

Thomas Walker, maior Exonie, 43 Elizabethe. 

Richard Bevis, maior Exonie, 44 Elizabethe. 

Henry Hull, maior Exonie, 3 Jacobi. 

Richard Dorchester, maior Exonie, 4 Jacobi. 



BARONS AND KNIGHTS 
IN THE COUNTY OF CORNWALL, 

WITH THEIR ARMS. 

HENRY II. JAMES I. 

(Pages 333355) 



Barones and Milites infra Comitatum Cornubie, 
tempore Regis Henrici II. 

REGINALDUS, Comes Cornubie: ..., a lion rampant 
..., crowned ..., a bordure ... charged with eight 
roundels .... 
Robertus, Baro de Cardinan : [No arms]. 
Reginald de Valletort: Argent, three bendlets gules, 
a bordure sable. 

Walterus de Haya. [No arms.] 
Nicolas filius Galfridi. [No arms.] 
WlLLEMUS BOTKEAUX : Argent, a griffin segreant gules, 
armed and beaked azure. 

AlaNUS Blund. [No arms.] 

Gervasius filius Willelmi : Argent, on a bend sable 
three estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

Willelmus de Mareis, frater Comitis Reginaldi. 
[No arms.] 

Willelmus filius Ricardi : ' Beatrix, his daughter and 
heire was maried to Reginald Earle of Cornwall, base son 
of King Henry I.' : Per pale, sable and ermine, a fess counter- 
changed. 



202 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

STEPHANUS FLANDRENSIS : Vair, a chief chequy or and 
gules. 

ALANUS DUNSTANVILL : ..., fretty ..., on a canton ... a 
lion rampant ... 

WlLLELMUS OLIVER: Azure, a naked sinister hand and 
arm embowed fessways argent, issuant from clouds on the 
sinister side or and grasping another hand couped at the wrist 
of the second distilling drops of blood. 

WlLLELMUS DE RuPE : Azure, three Ashes [lampreys] 
naiant in pale argent. 

ROGERUS ANGLICUS : Sable, three lions rampant argent. 

Henricus de Trendelberg. [No arms.] 

Nicolas Midleton : Ermine, on a quarter gules a chief or. 

GERVASIUS HoRNECOT : Gules, a bugle horn or stringed 
and garnished argent. 

Galfridus LASCELL : Gules, a saltire and chief argent. 

Johannes filius Ricardi : Per pale sable and ermine, 
fess counterchanged. 

RADULPHUS DE Rupe: Azure, three lampreys naiant in 
pale argent. 

Alan us Bloiho : Sable, a saltire engrailed argent. 

Henricus filius Willelmi : Argent, on a bend sable 
three estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

ROBERTUS FILIUS WlLLELMl : Argent, on a bend sable 
three estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

RlCARDUS FILIUS RlCARDI : Per pale, sable and ermine, a 
fess counterchanged. 

WlLLELMUS DE ALLET : Sable, three bulls passant argent. 

RlCARDUS DE ALLET : Sable, three bulls passant argent. 

Henricus Pomeray : Or, a Hon rampant gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

Walterus Treverbin. [No arms.] 

RlCARDUS RlVELL : Ermine, a chevron gules within a 
bordure engrailed sable. 

Barones et milites in Comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regni Ricardi I., et Regis Johannis. 

Robertus, Baro de Cardynan. [No arms.] 

ROGERUS DE VALLETORTE, DOMINUS DE TREMETON : ..., 
on a bend ..., three mullets ... 

Henricus filius naturalis Reginaldi, Comitis Cor- 
nubie. [No arms.] 

RlCARDUS RlVELL, Vicecomes Cornubie : Ermine, a 
chevron gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

WlLLELMUS BOTERELL, DE BOTERELCASTEL ..., a griffin 
segreant gules, armed and beaked azure. 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall. 203 

RlCARDUS FILIUS RlCARDl : Per pale, sable and ermine, a 
fess counterchanged. 

WALTERUS FILIUS ROBERTI. [No arms] 

ROGERUS FILIUS ROBERTI. [No arms.] 

ROBERTUS FILIUS RlCARDl, FRATER RlCARDl : Per pale 
sable and ermine, a fess counterchanged. 

SlMON DE Pyn : Gules, a chevron ermine between three 
pine-apples or. 

ROBERTUS FILIUS WlLLELMl : Argent, on a bend sable 
three estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

ROBERTUS DE Sicca Villa : Sable, a chevron ermine 
between three sheaves of bird-bolts argent. 

ROGERUS Prideaux, DE Prideaux : Per pale gules and 
argent, three castles embattled, counterchanged. 

Walterus Treverbyn, DE TREVERBYN. [No arms.] 

Andreas Dominus de Cardynan. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS BOTREAUX, DE BOTREAUXCASTEL : Argent, a 
griffin segreant gules armed and beaked azure. 

Willelmus Basset, de Tehidy : Barry wavy of six, or 
and gules. 

GERVASIUS HORNECOT, DE PlDERWYN : Gules, a bugle 
horn or, stringed and garnished argent. 

OSBERTUS FILIUS WlLLELMl [Vicarius] Vicecomes Cor- 
nubie secondo Regis Johannis [Vicarius Hugonis Bardolf] : 
Argent, on a bend sable, three estoiles of six points wavy of the 
field. 

Johannes filius Ricardi, Vicecomes Cornubie Annis 
11, 12, 13 [14] et 16 Regis Johannis : Per pale sable and 
ermine, a fess counterchanged. 

Ricardus Allet, de Allet : Sable, three bulls passant 
argent. 

ROGERUS Carmyno: Azure, a bend or, a label of five 
points argent. 

NICOLAUS HORNECOT, FILIUS GERVASII : Gules, a bugle- 
horn or, stringed and garnished argent. 

Barones et milites in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Henrici III. 

Andreas, Dominus de Cardynan. [No arms.] 

Rogerus de Valletorta, Dominus de Tremeton. 
[No arms.] 

Johannes filius Ricardi : Per pale, sable and ermine, a 
fess counterchanged. 

Regin aldus de Valletorta, de Tremeton, Vicecomes, 
Annis [5, 6,] 7 et 8, Henrici III. : Argent, three bendlets sinister 
gules, on a bordure sable eight bezants. 



204 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Walterus Treverbyn, de Treverbyn, 8 Henrici III. 
[No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS BOTERAUX, KNIGHT, DE BOTREAUX CASTEL \ 
Argent, a griffin segreant gules, beaked and membered azure. 

ROGERUS PRIDEAUX, DE PRIDEAUX, Knight : Per pale 
..., three castles embattled counterchanged. 

Otho Treverbyn, de Treverbyn, 18 Henrici III. [No 
arms.] 

JOHANNES DE Castre:* Sable, an eagle displayed barry 
argent and gules. 

Johannes le Sore : Ermine, a saltire gules. 

Thomas Turlabkre. [No arms.] 

LlSARDUS BERE : .... a bear salient ... 

Adam DE Cancell: Argent, a chevron azure between 
three mullets sable. 

Henricus filius Henrici, de Killigru : ..., an eagle 
with two heads displayed ..., on a bordure ..., eight roundels ... 

ROGERUS PEVERELL : ..., three garbs ..., a chief ... 

RlCARDUS RESKIMER, DE Reskimer, miles: ..., three bars 
..., in chief a greyhound (or possibly a wolf) courant ... 

JORDANUS OLIVER : Azure, a naked sinister hand and arm 
embowed fessways argent, issuant from clouds on the sinister 
side or, and grasping another hand couped at the wrist of the 
second, distilling drops of blood. 

GALFRIDUS PRIDEAUX : Argent, a chevron sable, a label 
of three points gules. 

WlLLELMUS WHALESBURGH : ..., three bendlets ... on a 
bordure ... nine roundels. 

REGINALDUS PRIDEAUX, DE PRIDEAUX: Per pale gules 
and argent, three castles embattled counterchanged. 

Ricardus Nanscuke, de Nanscuke, Knight : Argent, 
on a chief sable, a lion passant or. 

ROBERTUS FILIUS WlLLELMl: Argent, on a bend sable, 
three estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

Andreas Cardynan, de Cardynan. [No arms.] 

Hugo de Cardynan. [No arms.] 

REGINALDUS BOTREAUX, de BOTREAUX CASTEL : ..., a 
griffin segreant... 

Henricus Bodrugan, de Bodrugan, Knight : Argent, 
three bendlets gules. 

Ricardus Fitz Iva, de Lansels : Gules, a bend between 
six lozenges or. 

LlSARDUS DE BERE : Argent, a bear salient sable. 

WlLLELMUS Bloyho : Sable, a saltire engrailed argent. 

* The words Vicecomes, 121 1,' follow this name in the MS., but John de 
Castre was never Sheriff of Cornwall, though in 131 1, just a hundred years 
later, he was Sheriff of Cumberland. Eds. 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall. 205 

RlCARDUS ALLET, de Allet : Sable, three bulls passant 
argent. 

Maugerus St. Aubyn, de St. Aubyn, miles : Argent, 
on a cross gules five bezants. 

Johannes de Shilston, de Penfenton, miles : ..., a 
saltire ..., between four crosses-flory fitchy ... 

Johannes Le Soore, de Talvarn, miles : Gules, a 
bend or, in chief an annulet argent. 

Johannes de Beapre, Senescallus et Vicecomes Cor- 
nubie : ..., a lion rampant .... debruised by a bend ... 

Willelmus filius Roberti. [No arms.] 

Henricus ChaMBERNON : ..., a saltire vairy ..., between 
four crosses patty fitchy ... 

ALANUS Bloyow : ..., a saltire engrailed ... 

Piiilippus Bodrugan : Argent, three bendlets gules. 

Rogerus Bodrugan : Argent, three bendlets gules, a 
label of three points azure. 

Thomas Tracy, de Cardynan, 31 Henrici III. : Or, two 
bendlets gules, a label of five points azure. 

Gervasius de Hornecot, de Pederwyn, miles, 45 Hen- 
rici III. : Gules, a bugle-horn or, stringed and garnished argent. 

Galfridus de Newent, 43 Henrici III. : Ermine, two 
horns addorsed, points in base, gules [see plate]. 

Johannes de Arondell, 43 Henrici III. [No arms.] 

Radulphus Arondel : ..,, six hirondelles, three, two and 
one ... 

Lawrencius filius RlCARDI, 1269: Per pale, sable and 
ermine, a fess counterchanged. 

Renfricus Arondel: ..., six hirondelles, three, two and 
one ... 

Walterus Peverel : ..., three garbs ..., a chief ... 

GuiDO NONANT, 1269: Argent, a lion rampant, tail forked, 
gules. 

Rogerus Prideaux, 1269: ..., a chevron ..., a label of 
three points ... 

Barnardus Bodbram, 54 Henrici III. : ..., a lion ram- 
pant facing the sinister ... 

Thomas Ercedecne: ..., three chevronels ... 

Radulphus Beovill: Argent, a bull passant gules. 

Rogerus Trelosk, de Treloske, miles : Per pale argent 
and gules fretty or, a label of three points azure. 

Robertus Heligan, de Heligan, miles, Obiit Anno 
1272 : Paly of six or and gules, a chief sable. 

Willelmus Fitz Iva, de Lansele, miles, Obiit 1265: 
Gules, a bend between six lozenges or. 

Stephanus St. Aubyn, de St. Aubyn, miles : Argent, 
on a cross gules five bezants. 



206 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

WlLLELM US FERRERS: Or, on a bend sabie, three horse- 
shoes argent. 

HENRICUS Pomeray : Or, a lion rampant gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

ALAN US BASSET, DE Tehidy : Barry wavy of*six or and 
gules. 

Willelmus Whalesburgh, de Whalesburgh, miles: 
Gules, three bendlets argent, on a bordure sable nine bezants. 

GERVASIUS Carmyno : Azure, a bend or, a label of five 
points argent. 

RADULPHUS BLACHMONSTER, 1256: Argent, fretty gules. 

Barones et Milites de Comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Edwardi primi. 

Edmundus, Comes Cornubie : Argent, a lion rampant 
crowned gules, on a bordure sable nine bezants. 

Rogerus de Valletort, Baro de Tremeton : Argent, 
three bendlets gules, on a bordure sable eight bezants. 

Oliverus Dinham, Baro de Cardinan : Gules, four 
fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 

Henricus Tyes, Baro de Chilton : Argent, a chevron 
gules. 

Willelmus Munkton, miles, Senescallus et Vicecomes 
[Edmundi Comitis] Cornubie [7, 1 1, 12, 13 Edwardi I.]. [No 
arms.] 

Willelmus Botreaux, de Botreaux, Miles, Obiit 27 
Edwardi I. : Argent, a griffin segreant gules, armed and beaked 
azure. 

Willelmus Chambernon, de Trewaloen, miles, 1283 : 
Gules, a saltire vair between twelve crosses patty fitchy or. 

Thomas Ercedecne, de Antone, miles, 1283: ..., three 
chevronels ... 

Hugo Treverbyn, de Treverbin, Miles, 1283. [No 
arms.] 

Willelmus Sergeaux, de Colquit, miles, 1283: ..., a 
saltire sable between twelve cherries* stalks downward, gules. 

HUGO Peverell, 17 Edwardi I. : Azure, three garbs 
argent, a chief or. 

Henricus Peverell: ..., three garbs ..., on a chief ..., a 
crescent ... 

Reginaldus Beavill, de Gwarnock, miles, 18 Ed- 
wardi I. : Argent, a bull passant gules. 

WILLELMUS Cole : Argent, a bull passant sable, on a 
bordure of the last eight bezants. 

* Above this shield the author has written ' 12 cherryes.' Eds. 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall. 207 

Johannes Allet, de Allet, miles, 18 Edwardi I. : 
Sable, three bulls passant argent. 

Rogerus Ferrers, de Trehanna, miles, 17 Edwardi I. : 
Or, on a bend sable, three horse-shoes argent. 

JOHANNES Aller, 17 Edwardi I. : Or, three small birds 
vert, collared gules. 

ROGERUS BONDE, 17 Edwardi I. : Argent, on a chevron 
sable three bezants. 

Thomas Kent, 13 Edwardi I. : Or, on a fess gules, a fish 
[dolphin ?] naiant argent. 

Johannes Treiagu, 13 Edwardi I. : Argent, on a chevron 
between three roundels gules five bezants. In the margin is a 
small shield ..., a chevron ..., a bordure ... 

Andreas Trelosk, de Trelosk : Per pale, argent and 
gules fretty or, a label of three points azure. 

Petrus Nanscuke de Nanscuke, miles: ..., on a chief 
a lion passant ... 

Ogerus Kernick, DE Treweneck, miles, 17 Edwardi I.: 
Vert, five birds, two, two and one argent. 

ROGERUS INKPEN, DE H ALTON, miles, Senescallus 
[Edmundi Comitis] Cornubie, 14 [et 15] Edwardi I. : Gules, two 
bars gemelles or, a chief engrailed ermine. 

Johannes Sceneshall,* 17 Edwardi I. : ... on a cross ... 
five roundels ... 

Johannes Trevageu, 17 Edwardi I. [No arms.] 

RlCARDUS PODIFORD, 17 Edwardi I. : Argent, a pall en- 
grailed gules. 

Radulphus Tynten, de Tynten : Gules, a stag's head 
cabossed or. 

ROBERTUS FLEMMYNG, 17 Edwardi I. : Vair, a chief chequy 
or and gules. 

ROBERTUS GlFFARD, DE Hellond, miles (de Lawirhon), 
24 Edwardi I. : ..., three fleurs de lys ..., each charged with a 
roundel sable. 

ALANUS BLOYHOW, DE Trenall, miles: ..., a saltire 
engrailed. 

Henricus BODRUGAN, DE Bodrugan, miles, 9 Edwardi I. : 
..., three bendlets ... 

Johannes Arondel, de la Hern, miles: ..., six 
hirondelles, three, two and one ... 

Rogerus Carmyno, de Carmyno, miles, 20 Edwardi I. : 
..., a bend ... 

ROWLANDUS KOKEYN, 20 Edwardi I. : Barry bendy of six, 
gules and ermine. 

* John Ummeden was Sub-Vicecomes and Seneschal for Edmund, Earl 
of Cornwall, in this year, being the successor of Roger Inkpen. Possibly he 
changed his name to Seneschal in virtue of this office. Eds. 



208 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Stephenus Beaupre, de Lansele, miles, 26 Edwardi L, 
obiit 1307 : Vert, a lion rampant or debruised by a bend gules. 

RlCARDUS HYWIS, 25 Edwardi I. : Gules, fretty and a 
canton argent. 

Serlo Nansladron, 25 Edwardi I. : Sable, three 
chevronels argent. 

RADULPHUS BLOYOW, 26 Edwardi I. : Sable, a saltire en- 
grailed argent. 

Thomas Prideaux, de Prideaux, miles, 26 Edwardi I. : 
Per pale, gules and argent, three castles embattled counter- 
changed. 

RlCARDUS SERGEAUX, DE COLQUIT, miles, 31 Edwardi I. : 
Argent, a saltire sable between twelve cherries, gules, stalks 
downwards vert. 

OSBERTUS Le Score, DE Talvarn, miles, 31 Edwardi I. : 
Ermine, a saltire gules. 

Johannes Lamborn, 26 Edwardi I.: ...,afess ..., between 
two chevrons ... 

Reginaldus Prideaux, 9 Edwardi I. : Per pale ..., three 
castles embattled counterchanged. 

Rogerus Prideaux : Argent, a chevron sable, a label of 
three points gules. 

WlLLELMUS Heligan, DE HELIGAN, miles, obiit 1288 : 
Paly of six or and gules, a chief azure. 

Andreas Trelosk, de Trelosk, miles : Per pale, argent 
and gules fretty, or, a label of three points azure. 

WlLLELMUS Whalisburgh, de Whalisburgh, miles : 
Barry bendy of six argent and gules, on a bordure sable eight 
bezants. 

Otho Lercedecne, de Antone, miles, 16 Edwardi I. : 
Argent, three chevronels sable. 

RADULPHUS BLOIHOW, obiit Anno 1302: ..., a saltire 
engrailed ... 

Walterus Treverbyn, de Treverbin, miles, 22 Ed- 
wardi I. [No arms.] 

PETRUS Glyn, de Glyn, miles : Argent, an eagle with 
two heads displayed within a bordure sable charged with eight 
bezants. 

Edmundus Kendall: Argent, a bend vert, a label of 
three points gules. 

Michael Petit, 34 Edwardi I. : Argent, a lion rampant 
gules. 

Ricardus Chambernon, de Inswekk, miles : Gules, a 
saltire vair between twelve billets or. 

MAUGERUS St. Awbyn, de St. Awbyn, miles : Argent, on 
a cross gules five bezants. 

Henricus Tyes, de Alwarn : Argent, a chevron gules. 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall. 209 

Thomas de la Hide, vicecomes [ut custos], 29 Ed- 
wardi I., et usque finem regni sui : Gules, a saltire engrailed or, 
a chief ermine. 

Belinus Heligan, de Heligan, miles: Paly of six, or 
and gules, a chief azure. 

RlCARDUS RESKIMER, DE Reskymer, miles: Argent, three 
bars gules, in chief a wolf courant azure. [In the tricking the 
letters are inadvertently misplaced.] 

Radulphus Blanc. [No arms.] 

Barones et Milites in Comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Edwardi II. 

Petrus de Gaveston, comes Cornubie. [No arms are 
tricked but the shield is surmounted by a rough delineation of 
an Earl's Coronet.] 

Johannes de Eltham, comes Cornubie. [No arms are 
tricked but the shield is surmounted by a rough delineation of 
an Earl's Coronet.] 

Belinus Heligan, de Heligan, Obiit 13 12. [No arms.] 

Thomas de la Hide, vicecomes [ut custos], 6 Edwardi II. : 
Gules, a saltire engrailed or, a chief ermine. 

Henricus Tyes, Baro de Chilton : Argent, a chevron 
gules. 

WlLLELMUS Botreaux, DE BoTREAUX, miles : ..., a griffin 
segreant ... 

Walter de Cornubia, de Branell, miles 1 Edwardi II.: 
Ermine, a lion rampant gules crowned or, on a bordure engrailed 
..., eight roundels ... 

Jacobus Peverell, i Edwardi II. : Azure, three garbs 
argent, a chief or. 

Thomas Prideaux, de Prideaux : Per pale gules and 
argent, three castles embattled counterchanged. 

Thomas, le Ercedecne, de Antone, miles: ..., three 
chevronels ... 

Reginaldus Beavill, de Gwarnock, miles, et de Nol- 
leston : ..., a bull passant ... 

Ricardus Reskimer, de Reskimer, miles, Obiit 13 12: 
..., three bars ..., in chief a wolf courant ... 

Henricus Chambernon, 12 Edwardi II. : Gules, a saltire 
vair between twelve crosses crosslet or. 

Otho Ercedene, de Antone, miles: Argent, three 
chevronels sable. 

Oliverus Carmyno, de Carmyno, miles : Azure, a 
bend or. 

Johannes Carmyno: Azure, a bend or, a label of three 
points gules. 

14 



210 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Tynten, de Tynten, miles : Gules, a stag's 
head cabossed or. 

Johannes Treiagu, de Treiagu, miles: Argent, on a 
chevron between three roundels gules, five bezants. 

Michael Petit, 12 Edwardi II., Obiit 1326: Argent, a 
lion rampant ... 

Radulphus Blanchmonster, de Wire Sancte Marie, 
Miles : Argent, fretty gules, a label of three points azure. 

Otho Bodrugan, de Bodrugan, miles : ..., three bend- 
lets ... 

RlCARDUS Hewys, vicecomes [ut custos], 9 Edwardi II.: 
Gules, fretty and a canton argent. 

Ricardus Heligan, de Heligan, Miles, Obiit Anno 
1 326 : Paly of six . . . , a chief . . . 

Stephanus Trowent : ..., two curved figures, ad- 
dorsed ... 

Bartholomeus Grenvill, de , miles, 18 Ed- 
wardi II. : Gules, three rests or clarions or. 

ALANUS BLOYHOW : Sable, a saltire engrailed argent. 

Johannes Glyn, de Glyn, miles: ..., an eagle with two 
heads displayed ..., on a bordure ... eight roundels ... 

HENRICUS WlLLINTON, [Sub-] vicecomes Cornubie, Anno 
[11], 12 [et 13] Edwardi II. : Gules, a saltire vair. 

Johannes Valletort, de Pedrekesham, miles: Vert, 
on a bend argent three mullets gules. 

Willelmus Ferrers, de Trehanna, miles : Or, on a 
bend sable, three horseshoes argent. 

Johannes Arondel, de Lanhern, miles : Sable, six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, argent. 

Ricardus Chambernon, de Inswerk, miles: ..., a sal- 
tire vairy ... between twelve billets ... 

Johannes Treiagu, de Treiagu, miles, 12 Edwardi II. : 
..., a chevron ..., a bordure engrailed ... 

Johannes Seneschall, de Predenick, miles, Obiit 
Anno dom'ni 1321 : Gules, on a cross argent five roundels of 
the field. 

Mauger St. Awbyn, de St. Awbyn, miles : Argent, on a 
cross gules five bezants. 

Johannes Lamborn : Argent, a fess between two chev- 
ron els sable. 

Thomas ERCEDECNE, vicecomes, 7 Edwardi II.: Argent, 
three chevronels sable. 

Hugo Longland : Argent, a wivern sable. 

Robertus Beaudin, de Halton, vicecomes [Devoniae], 
11 Edwardi II. : ..., on a bend ... three roundels ... 

Johannes Soore, de Talvarn, knight : Ermine, a sal- 
tire gules. 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall. 2 1 1 

Radulphus Tregos, de Tregos, Obiit 1310: ..., three 
bars ..., in chief a lion passant guardant ... 

NlCOLAUS GiFFARD : ..., three fleurs - de - lys ... each 
charged with a roundel ... 

Reginaldus Botreaux: ..., a griffin segreant ... 

Walterus Filius Willelmi : Argent, on a bend sable 
three estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

Adam Creke. [No arms.] 

Johannes Trevannion : Argent, on a fess azure be- 
tween two chevrons gules, three escallops or. 

Symon Treiague : Argent, on a chevron between three 
roundels gules, five bezants. 

RlCARDUS STAPELDON : Argent, two bends wavy sable. 

Peirs NansOUK : Argent, on a chief sable a lion pas- 
sant or. 

BELINUS Heligan : Paly of six, or and gules, a chief 
azure. 

RADULPHUS BEAUPRE : Vert, a lion rampant or debruised 
by a bend gules. 

Johannes Arondell, de Lanhern : ..., six hirondelles, 
three, two and one ... 

Willelmus Basset, de Tehidy ; Barry dancetty of six, 
argent and gules. 

Willelmus Whalisburgh, de Whalesburgh, knight, 
Obiit 1328: Gules, three bendlets argent on a bordure sable, 
nine bezants ... 



Barones et Milites in Comitatu Cornubie, tempore 
Regis Edwardi III. 

Edwardus, princeps Wallie, dux Cornubie. [No 
arms.] 

Willelmus Chambernon : ..., a saltire vairy ... between 
twelve crosses crosslets ... 

Willelmus Botreaux, de Botreaux, miles, 1 Ed- 
wardi III., Obiit 1340 : ..., a griffin segreant ... 

Oliverus Carmyno, de Carmyno, miles, 1 Edwardi III.: 
Azure, a bend or. 

Johannes Carmyno, de Bokonnake, miles, 1 Edwardi 
III. : Azure, a bend or, a label of three points gules. 

Radulphus Bloyhow, i Edwardi III. : ..., a saltire 
engrailed ... 

ROBERTUS Fitzvvilliam, I Edwardi III. : Argent, on a 
bend sable three estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

Johannes Tynten, de Tynten, miles, 1 Edwardi III. : 
..., a stag's head cabossed ... 

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Otho Bodrugan, de Bodrugan, miles, Obiit 1331: 
..., three bendlets ... 

Thomas Ercedecne, Obiit 6 Edwardi III. : ..., three 
chevronels ... 

Reginald Botreaux, de Botreaux, miles, Obiit 1346: 
..., a griffin segreant ... 

Radulphus Beaupre, de Lansele, miles, Obiit 1339: 
..., a lion rampant ... debruised by a bend ... 

Henricus Willinton, i>E Lanteglos, miles : Gules, a 
chevron vair. 

Willelmus Dawbeney, de Faweton, miles : Gules, four 
fusils conjoined in fess argent, over all a bend azure. 

Henricus Pomeray, de Rathwill, miles: Or, a lion 
rampant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

Rogerus Reskimer, de Reskymer, miles, 17 Edwardi 
III. : Argent, three bars ..., in chief a wolf courant azure. 

Willelmus Basset, de Tehidy, miles, Obiit 1334: Barry- 
wavy of six, or and gules. 

Johannes English, de Woodfast, miles, 22 Edwardi 
III., Obiit 23 Edwardi III. : Sable, three lions rampant argent. 

Theobaldus Grenvil, de Stow, miles, 22 Edwardi III. : 
Gules, three rests or clarions or. 

Ricardus Merton, 22 Edwardi III. : Azure, three bend- 
lets argent. 

Ricardus Sergeaux, senior, miles, 29 Edwardi III.: 
argent, a saltire sable between twelve cherries stalks downwards 
gules. 

Ricardus Sergeaux, junior, miles, 29 Edwardi III.: ..., 
a saltire ... between twelve cherries stalked ..., a label of three 
points sable. 

Johannes Beapre, de Lansele, miles, 29 Edwardi III. : 
..., a lion rampant ..., debruised by a bend ... 

Willelmus Bodrugan, de Bodrugan, miles, 29 
Edwardi III. : Argent, three bendlets gules. 

Rogerus Carmyno, de Carmyno, miles : Azure, a 
bend or. 

Walterus Carmyno, de Bokonnak, miles, Obiit 23 
Edwardi III. : Azure, a bend or, a label of three points gules. 

Johannes le Ercedecne: ..., three chevronels ... 

Theobald Grenvill, de Stowe, miles: Gules, three 
rests or clarions or. 

Walterus Fitzwilliam : Argent, on a bend sable three 
estoiles of six points wavy of the field. 

Thomas Carmyno, de Carmyno, miles: Azure, a 
bend or. 

Radulphus Carmyno, de Bodconok, miles: Azure, a 
bend or, a label of three points gules. 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall, 2 1 3 

Johannes Arondell, de Lanhern, miles: ..., six 
hirondelles, three, two and one ... 

Ricardus English, de Woodfast, miles. 35 Edwardi 
III.: ..., three lions rampant ... 

Theobaldus Hunt, de Tynten, miles : Vert, a fleur-de- 
lys or. 

WlLLELMUS FlTZWALTER, DE LANGANET, miles : Argent, 
a chevron between three buckles ... 

Johannes Trevanyon, Obiit 1335 : Argent, on a fess 
azure between two chevrons gules, three escallops or. 

Thomas Taundegy. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS Brun, 41 Edwardi III. : Per saltire, argent 
and sable. 

Johannes Longlond : Argent, a wivern volant sable. 

Thomas St. Aubyn : Ermine, on a cross gules five 
bezants. 

Johannes Hameley, miles, 15 Edwardi III.: Argent, 
three talbots passant azure. 

Johannes Treiagu : ..., a chevron ..., a bordure en- 
grailed ... 

Johannes Willinton : Gules, a saltire vair. 

Henricus Pomeray, junior: Or, a lion rampant gules, a 
bordure engrailed sable. 

Johannes Pomeray : Or, a lion rampant gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

GERALDUS LlSLEY : Gules, a lion passant guardant argent, 
crowned or. 

Thomas Trewordenhall, knight, Obiit 1 340. [No arms.] 

Henricus de Godrevy. [No arms.] 

JOHANNES ReSKIMER: Argent, three bars gules, and in 
chief a wolf courant azure. 

Johannes Petit, Obiit 1362 : Argent, a lion rampant 
gules. 

Radulphus Trenouth, Obiit 1360: Sable, on a fess 
argent, three chevronels palewise points to the dexter, of the 
first. 

Johannes Trevanyon, Obiit 1367: Argent, on a fess 
azure between two chevrons gules, three escallops or. 

Radulphus Beaupel : Gules, a bend vair, cotised or. 

NlGELLUS LORYNG : Quarterly, argent and gules, a bend 
of the last. 

Walterus Woodland : Argent, on a bend sable, three 
stags' heads cabossed or. 

Radulphus Blanchmonster, de Stratton, miles, 
Obiit 1346: Argent, fretty gules. 

Johannes Blanchmonster, de Stratton, miles, 
nepos Radulphi, 40 Edwardi III. : Argent, fretty gules. 



214 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Thomas Pedicru, de , miles, obiit 1343: Argent, a 

chevron between three crows' legs, erased gules. 

THOMAS PRIDEAUX, Obiit 1346: Argent, a cross flory 
gules, over all a bend azure. 

Johannes Whalesburgh, de Whalesburgh, knight, 
Obiit 1362 : Gules, three bendlets argent, on a bordure sable 
nine bezants. 



Barones et Milites infra comitatum Cornubie 
tempore Regis Ricardi II. 

Edwardus Courtenay, comes Devonie. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS BOTREAUX, DE BOTREAUX, BARO : ..., a 
griffin segreant ... 

Robertus Tresilian, de Tresilian, miles, Caput 
Justicius Anglie : Sable, a chevron or between three goats 
passant argent. 

Nigel Loringe, miles garterii: Quarterly argent and 
gules, a bend of the last. 

Ricardus Sergeaux, de Quilquit, miles, vicecomes, 
12 Ricardi II.: Argent, a saltire sable between twelve cherries 
stalk downwards gules. 

Johannes Kentwood : ..., a fess ... 

Willelmus Brun, de Cloways, miles: Per saltire 
argent and sable. 

Radulphus Carmyno, de Bokonoke, miles, vice- 
comes, 2 Ricardi II. : ..., a bend ..., a label of three points ... 

Johannes Rodney : ..., three eagles displayed ... 

HENRICUS ILCOMB: Argent, a chevron engrailed sable, 
between three hinds [?] gules. 

Willelmus Basset, de Tehidy, miles: Barry wavy of 
six, or and gules. 

Ricardus Champernon, de Inswerk, miles: ..., a 
saltire vairy ... between twelve billets ... 

Johannes Pomeray, de Rathwill, miles: Or, a lion 
rampant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

Johannes Grenvill, de Stow, miles: Gules, three 
rests or clarions or. 

Warinus Ercedecne, de Antone, miles : Argent, three 
chevronels sable. 

Willelmus Basset, de Tehydy, miles : Barry wavy of 
six, or and gules. 

Johannes Penros, de Penros, miles, 18 Ricardi II.: 
Ermine, on a bend azure three roses or. 

Willelmus Lamborn, de Talnarn, miles, 6 Ricardi II.: 
Argent, a fess between two chevrons sable. 



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Walterus Bluet, miles: Or, a chevron between three 
eagles displayed vert. 

Thomas St. Awbyn, miles, 1 Ricardi II. : Ermine, on a 
cross gules five bezants. 

Johannes Herle, vicecomes, 17 Ricardi II.: ..., a fess 
between three shovellers ... 

Warinus LlSLEY : Gules, a lion passant guardant argent, 
crowned or. 

Thomas Peverell, vicecomes, 13 Ricardi II.: Azure, 
three garbs argent, a chief or. 

Johannes Whalesburgh, de Whalesburgh, knight : 
..., three bendlets ..., on a bordure ... nine roundels. 

Johannes St. Awbin : Ermine, on a cross gules five 
bezants. 

Jacobus Chidlegh, vicecomes, 18 Ricardi II.: Ermine, 
three lions rampant gules. 

Robertus Harrington : Sable, fretty argent. 

Johannes Willinton : Gules, a saltire vair. 

EGIDIUS Dawbeney : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent. 

Johannes Dinham : Gules, five fusils conjoined in fess 
ermine. 

Thomas Fichet : Gules, a lion rampant or, debruised by 
a bend argent. 

Vivian US PENROS : Ermine, on a bend azure three roses or. 

BARONES ET MILITES IN CORNUBIE TEMPORE REGIS 

Henrici IV. 

HENRICUS, DUX CORNUBIE. [No arms.] 

Edward Courtenay, comes Devonie. [No arms.] 

Willelmus BOTREAUX, baro : ..., a griffin segreant ... 

Johannes Arondell, de Lanhern, miles: ..., six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, ... 

Warinus Ercedecne, de Antone, Obiit 2 Henrici IV. : 
..., three chevronels ... 

Willelmus Marney, de Quilquit, miles : Gules, a 
lion rampant guardant argent. 

Ricardus Champernon, de Inswerk, miles, Obiit 7 
Henrici V. : ..., a saltire vairy ... between twelve billets ... 

Johannes Pomeray, Obiit 5 Henrici V. : ..., a lion ram- 
pant ..., a bordure engrailed ... 

RADULPHUS BOTREAUX : .... a griffin segreant ... 

Johannes Herle, de Trewardreth, miles, vicecomes, 
7 Henrici IV. : ..., a fess ... between three shovellers ... 

Willelmus Talbot, de Talbot's Wire, miles : Argent, 
a chevron between three talbot dogs passant sable. 



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Vivianus Penros, de Penros, miles :- Ermine, on a bend 
azure, three roses or. 

Johannes Pauncefoot : Per fess ..., three fleurs-de-lys ... 

HENRICUS Ilcomb, de Ilcomb, miles : Argent, a chevron 
engrailed sable between three hinds gules. 

Johannes Dinham, de Cardynan, miles: ..., four fusils 
conjoined in fess ermine. 

Johannes Colshull: Chequy ..., a chief argent goutty 
gules. 

THOMAS PEVERELL : Azure, three garbs argent, a chief or. 

Johannes Grenvill, de Stowe, miles: ..., three rests 
or clarions ... 

EGIDIUS Dawbeney : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess, 
argent. 

Otho Trevarthian : Argent, a boar statant gules. 



Barones et Milites in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Henrici V. 

Henricus, dux Cornubie. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS BOTTREAUX, BARO : ..., a griffin segreant ... 

RADULPHUS BOTTREAUX : ..., a griffin segreant ... 

Johannes Arondell, de Lanhern, miles: ..., six 
hirondelles, three, two and one ... 

Johannes Herle, de Trewardeth, miles: ..., a fess 
between three shovellers ... 

Willelmus Talbot, de Talbot's Wire, miles, vice- 
comes, 3 Henrici V.: ..., a chevron ... between three talbot 
dogs passant ... 

Johannes Dinham, de Cardynan, miles: ..., four fusils 
conjoined in fess ermine. 

Johannes Colshull, Obiit 6 Henrici V.: Chequy ..., a 
chief ... goutty ... 

Johannes Pomeray, Obiit 5 Henrici V.: ..., a lion ram- 
pant ..., a bordure engrailed ... 

Hugo Courtenay, de Bodconoke, miles: ..., three 
roundels ..., a label of three points ... each charged with as 
many of the same ... 

Egidius Dawbeney : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fesse 
argent. 

Johannes St. Awbin : Ermine, on a cross gules, five 
bezants. 

Willelmus Palton : Argent, six roses, three, two and 
one, gules. 

Otho Trevarthian, vicecomes, 4 Henrici V.; Obiit 6 
Henrici V. : Argent, a boar statant gules. 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall. 2 1 7 



Barones et Milites in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Henrici VI. 

Henricus, dux Cornubie. [No arms.] 

Thomas Courtenay, comes Devonie. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS, DOMINUS DE HARRINGTON : Sable, fretty 
argent. 

WlLLELMUS, DOMINUS BOTREAUX : ..., a griffin seg- 
reant ... 

WlLLELMUS, DOMINUS Bonvill : Sable, six mullets, three, 
two and one, argent. 

Willelmus Talbot, of Talbot's Wike, vicecomes, 
3 Henrici VI. : ..., a chevron ... between three talbot dogs 
passant ... 

Johannes Herle, de Trewalen, miles, vicecomes, 4 
Henrici VI. : ..., a fess between three shovellers ... 

Hugo Courtenay, de Bodconak, miles : Or, three 
roundels gules, a label of three points azure, each charged with 
as many roundels argent. 

Johannes Arondel, de Lanhern, miles: ..., six hiron- 
delles, three, two and one, ... 

Johannes Arondell, de Trerise, miles: ..., six hiron- 
delles, three, two and one, ..., on the fess point a crescent ... 

WlLLELMUS BODRUGAN, DE BODRUGAN, miles, VlCC- 
eomes, 6 Henrici VI. : Argent, three bendlets gules. 

Johannes Dinham, de Cardinan, knight: ..., four 
fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 

EGIDIUS Dawbeney, DE FAWITON, knight: Gules, four 
fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

Hugh Courtenay, de Bokonnoke : Or, three roundels 
gules, a label of three points ..., each charged with as many 
roundels. 

WlLLELMUS PALTON : Argent, six roses, three, two and 
one, gules. 

Thomas Arondel, de Talvern, miles, vicecomes, 5 
Henrici VI. : ..., six hirondelles, three, two and one ... 

Renfricus Arondel, vicecomes, 16 Henrici VI.: ..., 
six hirondelles, three, two and one ... 

Johannes Colshull, vicecomes, 17 Henrici VI.: Chequy, 
or and sable, a chief argent goutty gules. 

Johannes Marney, de.Quilquit, vicecomes, 19 Hen- 
rici VI. : Gules, a lion rampant guardant argent. 

WlLLELMUS BONVIL, DOMINUS HARRINGTON \ Sable, six 

mullets, three, two and one, argent, a label of three points 
or. 



2 1 8 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Barones et Milites in Comitatu Cornubie, tempore 
Regis Edwardi IV. 

Edward, dux Cornubie. [No arms.] 

Thomas Gray, marchio Dorcetie : Barry of six argent 
and azure, in chief three roundels gules surmounted by a label 
of three points ermine. 

WlLLELMUS, LORD BOTREAUX, Obiit 2 Edwardi IV.: ..., 
a griffin segreant ... 

JOHANNES DlNHAM, BARO DE CARDINAN : Gules, five 
fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 

Willelmus Bodrugan, DE Bodrugan, miles: Argent, 
three bendlets gules. 

Johannes Colshull, vicecomes, 7 Edwardi IV. : Chequy, 
or and sable, a chief argent goutty gules. 

Johannes Arondell, vicecomes, 10 Edwardi IV.: ..., 
six hirondelles, three, two and one, ... 

Baldwin us Fulford : Gules, a chevron argent. 

Hugo Courtenay, de Bokonoke : Or, three roundels 
gules, a label of three points ... each charged with as many 
roundels ... 

EGIDIUS Dawbeney, vicecomes, 17 Edwardi IV.: Gules, 
four fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

Robert Willoughby, vicecomes, 19 Edwardi IV. : 
Quarterly, first and fourth ... a cross engrailed, ... second and 
third ... a cross moline ... 

Johannes Basset, de Tehidy, miles : Barry wavy of 
six, or and gules. 

Thomas Fulford, vicecomes, 22 Edwardi IV. : Gules, a 
chevron argent. 

Thomas Grenvill, de Stowe, miles, vicecomes, 21 
Edwardi IV. : Gules, three rests or clarions or. 

RENFRY A RONDEL, vicecomes, 2 Edwardi IV. [No arms.] 

Johannes Trevilian, de Whalesburgh, miles: Gules, 
on a point wavy azure and argent a horse salient of the last. 

Thomas Grenvill, de Stowe, miles : Gules, three rests 
or clarions or. 

Johannes Lindleston, vicecomes, 15 Edwardi IV. [No 
arms.] 

Barones et Milites in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regum Edwardi V., Ricardi III. et Henrici VII. 

Edward, dux Cornubie. [No arms.] 
Thomas Gray, marchio Dorcetie. [No arms.] 
Johannes, dominus Dinham de Cardinan : ..., five 
fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 



Barons and Knights in the Cotmty of Cornwall. 2 1 9 

ROBERTUS WlLLOUGHBY : Quarterly first and fourth ..., 
a cross engrailed ..., second and third ..., a cross moline ... 

Jacobus Tirrell, miles, vicecomes Cornubie, 2 Ricardi 
II. : Argent, two chevrons azure, a bordure engrailed gules. 

Willelmus Haughton, miles, vicecomes Cornubie, 
Anno 3 Ricardi III. : Argent, two bars azure, the upper charged 
with two escallops or. 

Thomas Arondell, de Lanheron, miles Bathonie, 1 
Ricardi III. : ..., six hirondelles, three, two and one, ... 

Edward Courtenay, de Bokonok, comes Devonie: 
..., three roundels ... 

Willelmus, dominus Courtenay: ..., three roundels 
..., a label of three points ... 

Johannes TrevilIan : Gules, on a point wavy azure and 
argent a horse salient of the last. 

Johannes, dominus Dinham, de Cardynan : Gules, 
five fusils conjoined in fess ermine. 

Egidius, dominus Dawbeney : Gules, four fusils con- 
joined in fess argent. 

Ricardus Edgcomb, de Cuttele, miles : Gules, on a 
bend argent cotised or, three boars' heads couped sable. 

Johannes Trefry, vicecomes, 5 Henrici VII. : Sable, a 
chevron between three trefoils slipped argent. 

Johannes Arondel, de Lanhern, miles: Sable, six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, argent. 

Johannes Arondell, de Trerise, miles: ..., six hiron- 
delles, three, two and one, ... 

Henricus Marney, de Quilquit, miles : Gules, a lion 
rampant guardant argent. 

Johannes Basset, de Tehydy, miles, vicecomes, 12 
Henrici VII. : Barry wavy of six, gules and or. 

Humfridus Fulford : Gules, a chevron argent. 

Thomas Grenvill, de Stowe, miles, vicecomes, 1 
Henrici VII. : ... three rests, or clarions ... 

Petrus EDGCOMB, Vicecomes, 14 Henrici VII. : ..., on a 
bend ... cotised ... three boars' heads couped ... 

Johannes Arondel: ..., six hirondelles, three, two and 
one, ... 

Ricardus Nanfant : Sable, a chevron between three 
sinister wings inverted argent. 

Barones et Milites in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Henrici VIII. 

Edwardus, dux Cornubie. [No arms.] 

Henricus Courtenay, marchio Exonie. [No arms.] 

Robert Willoughby, dominus Brooke : Quarterly 

first and fourth gules, a cross moline argent second and third, 

sable, a cross engrailed or. 



220 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

HENRICUS MARNEY, miles Garterii : Gules, a lion ram- 
pant guardant argent. 

Petrus Edgcomb, de Cuttele, miles, vicecomes, 26 
Henrici VIII. : ..., on a bend ... cotised ... three boars' heads 
couped ... 

Johannes Basset, de Tehydy, miles, vicecomes, 13 
Henrici VIII. : Barry wavy of six, or and gules. 

Johannes Arondell : Sable, six hirondelles, three, two 
and one, argent. 

Willelmus Trevanyon, de Caryheyes, miles, vice- 
comes, 7 Henrici VIII.: Argent, on a fess azure between two 
chevrons gules, three escallops or. 

Johannes Chamond, de , miles, vicecomes, 28 

Henrici VIII. : Argent, a chevron between three fleurs-de-lys 
gules. 

Johannes, dominus Marney: Gules, a lion rampant 
guardant argent. 

Johannes Ftjlford, miles : Gules, a chevron argent. 

Wymondus Carew, de Antone, miles : Or, three lions 
passant in pale sable. 

Ricardus Edgcomb, de Cuttele, miles : ..., on a bend 
... cotised ... three boars' heads couped ... 

Hugo Trevanyon, de Caryhays, miles, vicecomes, 29 
Henrici VIII.: Argent, on a fess azure between two chevrons 
gules, three escallops or. 

Johannes Arondell, de Lanhern, miles: ..., six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, . . . 

Willelmus Godolphin, de Godolphin, miles, vice- 
comes, 30 Henrici VIII. : Gules, an eagle with two heads dis- 
played between three fleurs-de-lys argent. 

Ricardus Grenvill, de Stowe, miles : Gules, three 
rests or clarions or. 

Barones et milites in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Edwardi VI. et Regine Marie. 

Ricardus Edgcomb, de Cuttele, miles, vicecomes, 
Cornubie, 3 Marie: ..., on a bend ... cotised ... three boars' 
heads couped ... 

Hugo Trevanyon, de Cariheys, miles, vicecomes, 5 
Edwardi VI. : ..., on a fess ... between two chevrons ... three 
escallops ... 

Willelmus Godolphin, de Godolphin, miles, vice- 
comes Cornubie, 3 Edwardi VI. : Gules, an eagle with two 
heads displayed, between three fleurs-de-lys argent. 

Johannes Arondell, de Lanheron, miles, vicecomes 
Cornubie, 2 Marie: ..., six hirondelles, three, two and one, ... 



Barons and Knights in the County of Cornwall. 221 

Johannes Arondei.l, de Trerys, miles, vicecomes 
Cornubie, 1 Marie : ..., six hirondelles, three, two and one, ... 

Ricardus Grenvill, de Kilkhamton, miles : Gules, 
three rests or clarions or. 

Johannes Fulford. [No arms.] 

[Barones et Milttes in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regine Elizabeth.] 

Willelmus Godolphin, de Godolphin, miles: Gules, 
an eagle with two heads displayed between three fleurs-de-lys 
argent. 

Johannes Arondel, de Lanhern, miles, 1566: ..., six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, ... 

HENRICUS Curwen, miles, Anno 1570, et vicecomes Cor- 
nubie, Anno 12 Regine. Elizabethe : Argent, fretty gules, a chief 
azure. 

Johannes Killigru, de , miles, Anno 1576: Ar- 
gent, an eagle with two heads displayed sable, on a bordure of 
the last, eight bezants. 

Ricardus Grenvill, de Stowe, miles, 1577: Gules, 
three rests or clarions or. 

Franciscus Godolphin, de Godolphin, miles, Anno 
Domini 1580: Gules, an eagle with two heads displayed be- 
tween three fleurs-de-lys argent. 

Willelmus Mohun, de , miles, Anno domini 1583 : 

..., a cross engrailed ...* 

Johannes Arondell, de Talvarn, miles, 1585 : ..., 
six hirondelles, three, two and one ..., on the fess point a 
crescent ...f 

Willelmus Beavill, de , miles, Anno domini 1590: 

Argent, a bull statant gules. 

HENRICUS Killigru : Argent, an eagle displayed with 
two heads sable, in dexter chief a crescent ..., on a bordure of 
the second eight bezants. 

Reginaldus Mohun : ..., a cross engrailed ... 

Jonathan Trelawny, de Poole, miles : Argent, on a 
chevron sable, a trefoil slipped or. 

[Barones et Milites in comitatu Cornubie tempore 
Regis Jacobl] 

Reginaldus Mohun, Baronettus : ..., a cross en- 
grailed ... 

Jonathan Trelawny, de Poole, miles : Argent, on a 
chevron sable, a trefoil slipped or. 

* This coat is repeated in the first line without a name. Eds. 
f This coat is also repeated without a name. Eds. 



222 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

WlLLELMUS KlLLlGRU, 1604: ..., an eagle with two heads 
displayed ..., in dexter chief a mullet ..., on a bordure ... eight 
roundels ... 

ROBERTUS KlLLlGRU, FILIUS WlLLELMI, miles, 1604 : 
..., an eagle with two heads displayed ..., a label of three 
points ... and in dexter chief a mullet ..., on a bordure ... eight 
roundels ... 

Franciscus Godolphin, de Godolphin, miles: ..., an 
eagle with two heads displayed ... between three fleurs-de-lys ... 
3 Willelmus Godolphin, filius Franciscus de Go- 
dolphin, miles: ..., an eagle with two heads displayed ... 
between three fleurs-de-lys ..., a label of three points ... 

Willelmus Lower, 1604 : Argent, three roses gules. 

Antonius Rouse, de Halton, miles, 1604 : Or, an 
eagle displayed azure beaked gules. 

Thomas Arondell, de Talvern, miles, 1604: ..., six 
hirondelles, three, two and one, ..., on the fess point a 
crescent ... 

Willelmus Wray, de , miles, 1604: Sable, a fess 

between three battle-axes argent, hafted gules. 

Georgius Grenvill, de Penhele, miles, 1604 : Gules, 
three rests or clarions or, on the fess point a crescent ... 

NlCOLAUS HALSE, 1606 : Argent, on a fess between three 
griffins' heads erased sable, a martlet or. 

RlCARDUS BULLER, 1608 : ..., a cross quarterly pierced ... 
between four eagles displayed . . . 

Baknardus Grenvill, de Stowe, miles, 1608 : ..., three 
rests, or clarions ... 

Nicolaus Prideaux, de Padstow, miles, 1606: ..., on 
a chevron ... a crescent ..., a label of three points ... ' 

RlCARDUS Edgcomb, de Cuttele, miles: Gules, on a 
bend argent cotised or three boars' heads couped sable.* 

Ricardus Roberts, de Truro, miles, 1617. [No 
arms.] 

Johannes Ellyot, 161 8 : Barry wavy of six, argent and 
sable, a chevron gules. 

Franciscus Vivyan, 1618 : Argent, on a point wavy of 
the field and azure, a lion rampant gules. 

Johannes Killigru, de , miles, 1618: Argent, an 

eagle with two heads displayed sable on a bordure of the last 
eight bezants. 

Willelmus Carnsiow, de Rokelly, miles, 1619: Sable, 
a goat stattant argent armed or. 

Josephus Killigru, eilius Henrici, miles : Argent, an 
eagle with two heads displayed sable and in dexter chief a 
crescent ..., on a bordure of the second eight bezants. 
* The letters are misplaced in the MS. The blazon has been corrected. Eds. 



BARONS AND KNIGHTS 

HOLDING LANDS IN DORSET. 

FROM THE CONQUEST TO THE TIME OF JAMES I. 

(Pages 303305; 307309; 3" 3*5; 3'7 3^9 ; 321324; 326332.) 



lordes and knightes possessed of landes within the 
County of Dorcet from the Conquest. 



K 



OBERTUS, comes 
Morton, tenet 



'Weston, Hanford, Acford, Frome, 
Stanford, Wai, Helgewell, Pi- 
dele, Mordon, Litelton, Blene- 
ford, Melesbery,Gessic, Bertes- 
welle, Criste, Tigeham, Lodre, 
Lahoc, Welle, Stolland, Cerne, 
Candel. 



Alanus, comes Britannie '{Dewenis 
tenet \ 



Hugo, comes 



Rogerus de Bellomont 

Rogerus de Curcell 
Robertus Fitzgerold 
Edwardus de Sarisberia 

Ainulph de Hesding 



Fishide, Mayne, Clifton, War- 
memoille, Pedret, Catescline, 
Barwinestoch. 

(Sturminster, Criz, Steple, Glose, 
[ Aluredton. 

Gorstone. 

Corf, Iwern, Pomington. 

Chinetford, Chinestanton. 

fChinton, Chinedecome, Power- 
\ tone, Mapereton. 



224 



Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Willelmus de Ow 

Turstanus filius Ralph 
Willelmus de Falesia 

Willelmus de Moiun 



r Tarentone, Bradeford, Maplede,. 
Bleneford, Wenfret, Frome,. 
Cercell. 

Gillingeham, Adelinton, Stoches. 

Selton. 

fTedbery, Septesbery, Peleham, 
\ Ham, Frome, Celeberg.Werne, 
[ Windesore, Malperiton. 



Baldwinus de Excestor, Vice- \ 
comes 1 



Willelmus de Braeso 

Willelmus de Stoches 
Willelmus de Duai 

Walterannus 

Walterus Clavill 

Berengarius Giffard 
Osbernus Giffard 
Aluredus Hispaniensis 
Matheus de Mauritania 

Rogerus Arondell 

Serlo de Burcy 

Aiulfus, vicecomes 
Humfridus 



fWideton, Asse, Kunxliz Crye,. 
\ Alureton, Orgareston. 

Chemisteton. 
Winterborne Candelle. 

{Manston, Chinton, Sudeton,. 
Dodesbery, Fishide, Cnolle, 
Newton. 

fAlnerento, Cnolle, Cune, Ma- 
| lune. 

Brided. 

Hille. 

Torneworde. 

Melborne. 

IWindeham, Melbery, Celberge, 
Blaneford, Bessinton, Pore- 
stoche, Brocheshale, Pouertone, 
Ragmeton, Orde, Urde, Hare- 
storie. 

Pedere, Witecline. 

Blanford, Mordon, Hame, Se- 
laneston, Tarente, Stibeme- 
tone, Certele, Ferneham, 
Bradele, Tateton, Deriemeston, 
Odeton, Adbrige, Luaworde, 
[ Chirce. 

JAmedesham, Medesham, He- 
\ medeswoorde, Sture. 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset, 225 



Hugo de Porte 
Hugo de Sancto Quintino 
Hugo de Bosch Herbert 
Hugo Silvester 
Ricardus de Redvers 
Anschetol filius Amelini 
Odo filius Erebold 

Uxor Hugonis filii Grip 

Isodis 

Willelmus Belet 

Willelmus Dalmari 

Herveus Cubicularius 

Johannes 

Hungerus filius Odini 

Godfridus Scutularius 

Comitissa Boloniensis 

Gudmund 
Chetill 



Contone. 

Stateford, Ringested. 

Cernell. 

Candell. 

Moteshorne. 

Tingeham. 

Ferneham. 

fWintreburne, 
Wynburne 



Bocheland, Wala, 
Swandure, Hoc- 



[ erde 

Pidrichesham. 

Frome, Nodforde, Wardesford. 

Waldic. 

Wimborne. 

Wintreburne. 

Windesores. 

Hecton. 

(Bochehamton, Wintreburne, Son- 
{ wic. 

Mideltone. 

Chinton. 



MlLlTES IN COMITATU DORCETTE TEMPORE REGUM 
HENRICI I. ET Stephani. 

Alured de Lincoln, Dominus de Marshwood. [No 
arms.] 

Bernardus Pulleyn. [No arms.] 

Radulphus Kaines, de Tarrent. [No arms.] 

Roger Arondell, Dominus de Poorstoke. [No 
arms.] 

Gilbertus Percy. [No arms.] 

Galfridus MARTELL. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Belet, de Frome: ..., a fess ..., in chief a 
greyhound (?) courant ... 

Willelmus Mohun, de Ham : Gules, a dexter arm 
habited in a maunch ermine, the hand holding a fleur-de-lys. 

Walterus Walrond, de Sutton : Barry of eight ..., an 
eagle displayed ... 

15 



226 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 



MlLITES IN COMITATU DORCETIE, TEMPORE REGIS HENRICI 

SECUNDI. 

Gilbert Percy : ..., five fusils conjoined in fess ... 

GALFRIDUS Maundevill: Quarterly, vairy and ... 

Roger Arondell, dominus de Porestoke. [No 
arms.] 

Walterus Walerond, de Sutton : Barry of eight, or 
and azure, an eagle displayed gules. 

WlLLELMUS MARTELL : Or, three hammers (weapons with 
heads and claws) gules. 

Robert Polleyn : Vert, a chevron or between three 
roundels argent. 

WlLLELMUS Belet, DE FROME : ..., a fess ..., in dexter 
chief a weasel (?) passant. 

Radulphus Kaines, DE Tarent-Kaines : Vair, three 
bars gules. 

Walterus Walrond, de Sutton Walrond, junior : 
Barry of six, or and azure, an eagle displayed and a label of 
three points gules. 

Tericius de Turbervill : Argent, a lion rampant gules 
crowned or. 

ROGERUS de NOVOBURGO: Barry bendy of six, or and 
azure, a bordure gules. 

Alured de Montsorell. [No arms.] 

ALURED DE LlNCOLNlA : Vair, a chief lozengy or and 
gules. 

Gervasius de Windelsor : Gules, a bend vair. 



[MlLITES IN COMITATU DORSETI^E TEMPORE] RlCARDI I. 

Galfridus de Maundevill: Quarterly, vairy ... and 
gules. 

WlLLELMUS KAYNES, DE Tarrent : Vair, three bars 
gules. 

Robertus Belet, de Frome: ..., a fess ..., in dexter 
chief a weasel (?) courant ... 

Alured de Lincoln : Vair, a chief lozengy, or and 
gules. 

Robert Newburgh : Barry bendy of six, or and azure, a 
bordure engrailed gules. 

Ricardus filius Pagani : Gules,- three lions passant in 
pale argent, over all a bend azure. 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 227 

[mllites in comitatu dorsetle tempore] johannis 

Regis. 

Robertus filius Pagani \ ..., three lions passant in pale 
..., over all a bend ... 

Robertus de Novoburgo : Barry bendy of six, or and 
azure, a bordure engrailed gules. 

Alured DE LYNCOLN : Vair, a chief lozengy or and gules. 

WiLLELMUS DE Kaynes : Vairy or and azure, three bars 
gules. 

Robertus Belet : ..., a fess ..., in dexter chief a weasel 
(?) courant ... 

Thomas de Windelsor : ..., a bend vairy ... 



MlLITES IN COMITATU DORCETIE TEMPORE REGIS HENRICI 

TERCII. 

GALFRIDUS MAUNDEVILL, DOMINUS DE Marshwood: 
Quarterly, vairy and ... 

Robert Belet, de Frome : ..., a fess ..., in dexter chief 
a weasel (?) courant ... 

Robert Fitzpayn : Gules, three lions passant in pale 
argent, over all a bend azure. 

Robert NEWBURGH : Barry, bendy of six, or and azure, a 
bordure engrailed gules. 

Robert Kaynes : Vair, three bars gules. 

Willelmus Nevill, de Sutton Walrond : Argent, a 
chief dancetty vert, over all a bend gules. 

Thomas Sanford, de Melbery : Azure, three bars wavy 
argent. 

Andreas Wake : Gules, two bars or in chief three 
bezants. 

Stephanus de Perham : Argent, a chevron azure between 
three pears stalks downwards gules. 

Willelmus Everard : Argent, on a chief gules three 
mullets of the field. 

Johannes Moigne : Sable, three bars and in chief as 
many mullets argent. 

Walter de Gushille. [No arms.] 

Ernulphus Domerghes. [No arms.] 

Thomas de Windesor : Gules, a bend vair. 

Johannes de Windesor, filius Thome : Gules, a bend 
vairy ..., a label of three points or. 

Robert Maundevill, filius Galfridi : Quarterly, vairy 
... and gules. 

Radulphus Montsorel. [No arms.] 

152 



228 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Robert Chertsey, sive de Ceresi. [No arms.] 

Baldwin us Clopton, de Clopton : Argent, a chevron 
between three eagles displayed azure. 

Hugo Strode : .... on a canton ... a crescent ... 

Walter Manston, de Manston ; Or, three martlets 
sable. 

Robert Martyn : Argent, two bars gules. 

Johannes Perham, de Perham : Argent, a chevron 
azure between three pears stalks downwards gules. 

Laurencius Sanford, de Melbery Sanford, filius 
THOME: ..., three bars wavy ... 

EUDO DE ROCHFORT, DE SEABURGH : Quarterly, or and 
gules, on a bordure sable eight bezants. 

RlCARDUS MUCEGROS : Or, a lion rampant gules. 

Robert Chantmarl, de Chantmarle : Argent, a 
chevron gules, between three blackbirds proper, beaked and 
legged or. 

Adam Woodeton, de Wodeton : ..., a chevron be- 
tween three eagles displayed ... 

Henricus Chedindon, de Chedindon : Azure, on a 
chevron between three crosses crosslet argent as many roundels 
sable. 

Ivo ROCHFORT, DE SEABURGH : Quarterly, or and gules, 
on a bordure sable eight bezants. 

Galfridus Maundevill, filius Roberti DE Mersh- 
WOOD : Quarterly, vairy ... and gules. 

ROGERUS COTTELEY, DE COTTELEY. [No arms.] 

Elias Maperton, de Maperton. [No arms.] 
Thomas Cruket : Gules, a wolf rampant or. 
Ricardus MUCEGROS : Or, a lion rampant gules. 
Robertus Blakford. [No arms.] 

ROGERUS COTTELEGH, DE COTTELEGH, 35 Henrki III. 
[No arms.] 

Johannes Strode : ..., on a canton ..., a crescent ... 

Johannes de Windsor, filius Johannis : Gules, a 
bend vair. 

Thomas de Gushill, 35 Henrici III. [No arms.] 

Andreas Wake : Or, two bars gules, and in chief three 
roundels gules. [There is an error in the tricking making the 
field gules. Eds.] 

Galfridus Wrokshall : Gules, two bars ermine. 

WALTERUS Matresdon. [No arms.] 

Ricardus Rochfort : Quarterly, or and gules on a 
bordure ... eight roundels ... 

Johannes de Chedindon : Azure, on a chevron between 
three crosses crosslets argent, as many roundels sable. 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 229 



MlLITES IN COMITATU DORCETIE TEMPORE REGIS 
EDWARDI PRIMI. 

Robert Fitzpayn : ..., three lions passant in pale ... 
over all a bend ... 

Johannes Mandevil, de Marshwood : Quarterly, vairy 
... and gules. 

HUGO Poines : Or, three bars gules. 

WlLLELMUS LE MOIGN, DE OWREMOIGN : ..., two bars ... 
and in chief three mullets ... 

Willelmus St. Martyn, de Sutton Walrond: Sable, 
six lions rampant, three, two and one, or. 

RlCARDUS MUCEGROS : Or, a lion rampant gules. 

Johannes Strode: ..., on a canton ... a crescent ... 

Johannes Chedingdon, de Chedindon : Azure, on a 
chevron between three crosses crosslets argent, as many roundels 
sable. 

Johannes Perham, de Perham: ..., a chevron ... be- 
tween three pears ... 

Ricardus Manston, de Manston : ..., three mart- 
lets ... 

Radulphus Rochfort, de Seaburgh : Quarterly, gules 
and or, on a bordure sable eight bezants. 

Thomas Cruket, de Cruket : Gules, a wolf salient or. 

WALTERUS DE MATTISTON : Chequy ..., a fess ... 

Johannes Buckham, de Buckham : Chequy ... a fess ... 

Robert Woodeton, de Woodeton : ..., a chevron be- 
tween three eagles displayed ... 

Ingramus Waleish, de Langton : ..., three bars ..., on 
a canton ... five fusils conjoined in bend ... 

Johannes Mulborn, de Mulborn : ..., three crescents 
..., a bordure ... 

ROBERTUS LUCV : Gules, a pike haurient or. 

Rogerus Champayn, de Shapwike : ..., a fess ... 

Ricardus Havering : Argent, a lion rampant tail forked 
gules. 

PHILLIPUS MAUBAN : Barry wavy of six ..., over all a sal- 
tire ... 

Willelmus Bingham, de Wonth Esse : Azure, a bend 
cotised between six crosses patty or. 

Ricardus de Bosco, de Frome Whitfild : Argent, a 
chevron gules between three trees eradicated vert. 

Adam le Deneis, de Wraxshall : Azure, three Danish 
battle-axes or. 

Robertus Martyn : ..., two bars ..., a label of three 
points ... 



230 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Whitfild, de Frome Whitfild: ..., five 
fusils conjoined in bend ... 

Reginaldus St. Martyn, de Sutton Walrond : ..., 
six lions rampant, three, two and one, ... 

Robert Plecy, de Wymborn Sancti Egidii : ..., six 
annulets, three, two and one, ... 

HENRICUS Toneyr, 32 Edwardi I. : Argent, three bars 
wavy gules. 

Thomas Sanford, de Melbiry Sanford, Ob. 27 Ed- 
wardi I. : Argent, three bars wavy azure. 

Johannes Buckham : Chequy ..., a fess ... 

Hugo Strode, de Chalmyngton : Ermine, on a canton 
sable a crescent, between the horns an estoile argent. 

Willelmus Everard : Argent, on a chief gules three 
mullets of the field. 

Johannes Cedingdon, de Cedingdon : Azure, on a 
chevron between three crosses crosslet argent, three roundels 
sable. 

Walter de Manston : Or, three martlets sable. 

Osbertus Giffard : Gules, three lions passant in pale 
argent, a bordure engrailed or. 

Jacobus Trow : Argent, two bars sable, surmounted by a 
Catherine wheel or. 

Johannes de Alneto : Argent, three popinjays vert, 
collared gules. 

Willelmus de Godmanston. [No arms.] 

Radulphus de Hull. [No arms.] 

Milites in comitatu Dorcetie tempore Regis 
Edwardi secundi. 

Robertus Fitzpayn, de Okeford : ..., three lions 
passant in pale, over all a bend ... 

Robertus Maundevill : Quarterly, vairy ... and ... 

Henricus Moign, de Ovremoign : ..., two bars and in 
chief three mullets ... 

Johannes Matravers, de Wichamton : Sable, fretty or. 

Reginaldus St. Martyn, de Sutton Walrond: ..., 
six lions rampant, three, two and one ... 

Humfridus Bechamp, de Ryme : Vairy ..., a label of 
three points ... 

Johannes Chideok, de Chideok : ..., an inescutcheon 
... within an orle of martlets ... 

Ricardus Havering : ..., a lion rampant tail forked ... 

Nicolas Havering: ..., semy of crosses crosslet ... a lion 
ampant tail forked ... 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 231 

Stephanus Bridmanston : Argent, seven mascles con- 
joined, three, three, and one sable. 

Edmundus Everard: Ermine, on a chief ... three mul- 
lets ... 

WlLLELMUS WHITFILD : Sable, five fusils conjoined in 
bend or. 

Johannes de Alneto \ Argent, three popinjays vert. 

JOHANNES Peverell: Gyronny of eight, argent and gules. 

Theobaldus Russell: ...,on a chief ... three roundels ... 

Johannes Wake, de Horton : ..., two bars ... and in 
chief three roundels ... 

Johannes Plecy, de Wymborn Sancti Egidii, i Ed- 
wardi II. : ..., six annulets, three, two and one, ... 

Edmund Plecy, de Upwymborn, 8 Edwardi II. : ..., six 
annulets, three, two and one ... 

Hugo Strode, de Chalmyngton : ..., on a canton ... a 
crescent ... 

Walterus Folliot, de Melbiry Osmond, 8 Ed- 
wardi II. : Argent, a bend cotised gules. 

Ricardus le Croupes : Argent, six lozenges, three, two, 
and one gules, over all a bend azure. 

RAPH DE TORTZ : Gules, a griffin segreant or. 

Willelmus Everard: Argent, on a chief gules three 
mullets of the field. 

Henricus Gulden, de Tarent Loveton : Ermine, in 
base, a lion passant in chief ... 

Johannes Melpleys, de Melpleys, 20 Edwardi II. 
[No arms.] 

Johannes Cary, de Bltntheys, 20 Edwardi II.: Argent, 
on a bend sable three roses of the field. 

Brian Gonytz, de Chepin Blanford ; Vair, five fusils 
conjoined in bend gules. 

Johannes de la Launde : ..., a chief indented ... 

Johannes Turbervill, de Beere, vicecomes, Anno 
primo Edwardi II.:* Argent, a lion rampant gules crowned or. 



MlLITES IN COMITATU DORCETIE TEMPORE REGIS EDWARDI 

Tercii. 

Guido Brian, Obiit 23 Edwardi III. : Or, three piles 
meeting in base azure. 

ROBERTUS FlTZPAYNE : ..., three lions passant in pale ..., 
over all a bend ... 

* No John Turbervill is included in the list of sheriffs of Dorset published 
in the Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records (Rept. 31, 1870 
p. 285). Eds. 



232 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Moigne, de Ovremoign, Obiit 16 Ed- 
wardi III. : ..., two bars ... and in chief three mullets ... 

Guido Brian, frater et heres Guidonis : Or, three 
piles meeting in base azure. 

Thomas Newburgh, 7 Edwardi III. : Barry bendy of six, 
or and azure, a bordure engrailed gules. 

Theobald Russell, de Kingston, 5 Edwardi III.; 
Obiit 16 Edwardi III. : ..., on a chief ... three roundels ... 

Johannes Wake, de Horton, 5 Edwardi III.: ..., two 
bars and in chief three roundels ... 

John Chideok, de Chideok, 5 Edwardi III. : Gules, an 
inescutcheon within an orle of martlets argent. 

Johannes Peverell, de Bradford, 5 Edwardi III. : 
Gyronny of eight, argent and gules. 

Johannes Cary, 5 Edwardi III.: Argent, on a bend 
sable, three roses of the field. 

WlLLELMUS Everard, 2 Edwardi III. : Argent, on a chief 
gules three mullets of the field. 

Johannes Melpleis, de Melpleis, 2 Edwardi III. [No 
arms.] 

HENRICUS H ADDON, 16 Edwardi III.: Argent, on a cross 
gules five lions passant or. 

Radulphus Russell, de Kingston Russell : Argent, 
on a chief gules, three bezants. 

Johannes Bechamp, de Ryme : Vairy ..., a label of 
three points ... 

Edmundus Plecy, de Wymborn Sancti Egidij : ..., six 
annulets, three, two and one, ... 

Nicolaus Plecy, filius Edmundi : ..,, six annulets, 
three, two and one, ..., a label of three points ... 

Roger Champayn, de Shapwike, 23 Edwardi III.: 
Argent, a fess sable. 

Ricardus Turbervill, de Beere Regis, 23 Ed- 
wardi III. : Argent, a lion rampant gules, crowned or. 

Alanus Gulden, de Tarent Loveton, knight, 23 Ed- 
wardi III. : Ermine in base, in chief ... a lion passant ... 
Petrus Brews, de Melbery Sanford. [No arms.] 
Thomas Remsbiry, de Remsbiry : ..., a saltire ..., be- 
tween four martlets ... 

Edmundus Everard : Ermine, on a chief gules three 
mullets argent. 

John de La Hale: ..., a chevron ermine between three 
eagles displayed ... 

WlLLELMUS Whitfild, 40 Edwardi III. : Sable, five 
fusils conjoined in bend or. 

Johannes Whitfild, de Horton, 42 Edwardi III.: Sable, 
five fusils conjoined in bend between six crosses crosslet or. 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 233 

Johannes Chideok, de Chideok, 45 Edwardi III. : 
Gules, an inescutcheon within an orle of martlets argent. 

ROBERTUS Martyn, 45 Edwardi III.: Argent, two bars 
gules, a label of three points azure. 

Henricus Moign de Owre Moign, 41 Edwardi III. : 
Sable, two bars and in chief three mullets or. Also : Vert, three 
bars or. [This shield is inserted between those of Robert Martyn 
and Henry Moign, and is probably intended as a correction of 
the latter ; it appears to be contemporary. Eds.] 

WiLLELMUS LUCY, 41 Edwardi III. : Gules, a pike 
haurient or. 

Johannes Matravers, de Wichampton, Ob. 23 Ed- 
wardi III. : Sable, fretty or. 

Henricus Matravers, filius et heres domini Jo- 
HANNIS: ..., fretty ... 

Johannes Matravers, de Hooke : ..., fretty ..., a label 
of three points argent. 

Johannes Matravers, de Melbery Sanford: ..., 
fretty ..., a label of three points ermine. 

Reginaldus St. Martyn, de Sutton: ..., six lions 
rampant, three, two and one, ... 

Laurencius St. Martyn, filius Reginaldi: ..., six 
lions rampant, three, two and one, ... 

Stephanus Turbervill, de Puddle - Turbervill, 
miles : Argent, a lion rampant gules, crowned or. 

Edmundus Fitz Herbert: Gules, three lions rampant 
or, a bordure engrailed argent. 

Alanus Gulden, de Tarent Lovedon, 13 Edwardi III.: 
Ermine in base, in chief a lion passant ... 

Henricus Gulden: Ermine in base, in chief a lion passant... 

Milites in comitatu Dorcetie tempore Regis Ricardi 

SECUNDI. 

Guido de Brian, senior, de Okeford : ..., three piles 
meeting in base ... 

Guido Brian, junior, filius Guidonis : ..., three piles 
meeting in base ..., a label of three points ... 

ROBERTUS Fitzpayn : ..., three lions passant in pale ..., 
over all a bend ... 

Johannes de La Hale: ..., a chevron ermine between 
three eagles displayed ... 

Laurencius St. Martyn, de Sutton Walrond, Obiit 
9 Ricardi II. : ..., six lions rampant, three, two and one, ... 

Johannes Matravers, de Melbery: ..., fretty ... 

IVONIUS FlTZWARREN: Quarterly, per fess indented, 
ermine and gules. 



234 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Theobald Wickham : Ermine, on a bend .. three escal- 
lops ... 

Johannes Chideok, de Chideok : ..., an inescutcheon 
within an orle of martlets ... 

Edward Payne, de Stowre Payn : Paly of six, or 
and azure, a chief ermine. 

Johannes Cary : ..., on a bend .... three roses ... 

Johannes Turbervill, de Beere Regis : Argent, a 
lion rampant gules crowned or. 

Stephanus Darby: ..., a chevron ermine between three 
roses ... 

Thomas Maurward, de Overton Batermarsh, 2 
Ricardi II. : ..., a fess ... between three cinquefoils ... 

Johannes Moigne, de Owre Moign, 20 Ricardi II.: 
..., two bars and in chief three mullets ... This shield is can- 
celled, and the following inserted on a smaller escutcheon : 
Vert, three bars or. 

Humfridus Stafford: Or, a chevron ..., a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

Robertus Turbervill, de Beere Regis: ..., a lion 
rampant ..., crowned ... 



Milites in comitatu Dorcetie tempore Regis Henrici 

QUARTI. 

Ricardus Poynings : Barry of six, or and vert, a bend 
gules. 

Johannes Arondel, dominus Matravers : Quarterly 
first and fourth ... three bars ..., second and third ... a lion 
rampant ... 

Humfridus Stafford: Or, a chevron gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

IVONIUS FlTZWARREN : Quarterly, per fess indented, 
ermine and gules. 

Johannes Moigne, de Owre Moign : ..., two bars ... 
and in chief three mullets ... 

Thomas Maurward, de Overton Batermarsh : ..., a 
fess ... between three roses vert. 

Stephanus Darby: Sable, a chevron ermine between 
three roses argent. 

Robertus Turbervill : Argent, a lion rampant gules, 
crowned or. 

Robert Latimer, of Fitelford : Gules, on a cross flory 
argent five escallops sable. 

Johannes Chideok, de Chideok : Gules, an inescutcheon 
within an orle of martlets argent. 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 235 

nobiles et mllites in comitatu dorcetie tempore 
Regis Henrici sexti. 

Humfridus Stafford : Or, a chevron gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

Johannes Chidiok, de Chidiok ; Gules, an inescutcheon 
within an orle of martlets argent. 

MlLITE IN COMITATU DORCETIE TEMPORE REGIS 
EDWARDI IV. 

Nycholas Latymer, de Fitleford: Gules, on a cross 
flory or five escallops sable. 

[MlLITES IN COMITATU DORSETLE TEMPORE REGIS 
RlCARDI III.] 

Johannes Turbervill, de Beere : Argent, a lion ram- 
pant gules, crowned or. 

Roger Newburgh, de Lulworth : Barry bendy of six, 
azure and or, a bordure gules. 

Johannes Arondell, de Chideok : Sable, six hiron- 
delles, three, two and one, argent. 

[mllites in comitatu dorcet tempore regis henrici 

Septiml] 

Johannes Turbervill, de Beere Regis: ..., a lion 
rampant ... crowned ... 

Rogerus Newburgh, de Est Lulworth : Barry bendy 
of six, or and azure, a bordure engrailed gules. 

Johannes Arondell, de Chideok: ..., six hirondelles, 
three, two and one, ... 

ROBERTUS WlLLOUGHBY, DE HOOKE : ..., a cross en- 
grailed ... 

Thomas de La Lynd, de Clenston : Gules, three stags' 
heads couped argent. 

Thomas Trenchard, de Woolton : Per pale, dexter ..., 
three pallets ..., sinister ... 

WlLLELMUS HODY, DE PlLLESDEN : ..., a fesse indented 
point in point ..., between two cotises ..., in dexter chief point 
a mullet ... the whole within a bordure engrailed ... 

Johannes Bicknell, de Parret : Sable, three pickaxes 
argent. 

WlLLELMUS Martyn, de Adelamston : Argent, two 
bars gules, a label of three points azure. 

Johannes Mordant, de Dimscoort: Argent, a chevron 
between three estoiles of six points wavy sable. 



236 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 



nobiles et mllites in comitatu dorcetie tempore 
Regis Henrici octavi. 

Henricus Dawbeney, de Parret, comes Brigwater : 
Gules, five fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

ROBERTUS WlLLOUGHBY DE HOOKE, DOMINUS BROOKE. 

[No arms.] 

Henricus Poole, de Canford, dominus Montagu : 
..., per pale, a cross engrailed ... 

John, dominus Mardant de Dunscoort : Argent, a 
chevron between three estoiles of six points wavy sable. 

Johannes de la Linde, de Clenston, Obiit 17 Hen- 
rici VIII. : Gules, three stags' heads couped argent. 

Johannes Arondell, de Chideok, miles banerettus : 
Sable, six hirondelles, three, two and one, argent. 

Thomas Trenchard, de Woolton : Per pale argent and 
azure, in the first three pallets sable. 

WlLLELMUS COMPTON, DE DUNSCOORT. [No arms.] 

Rogerus Newburgh, de Lulleworth : Bendy of six 
or and azure, a bordure gules. 

Egidius Strangways, de Melbyry: ..., two lions pas- 
sant in pale, paly of six ... 

WlLLELMUS Hoody, DE Pillesdon : Argent, a fess dan- 
cetty point in point vert and sable, between two cotises, that in 
chief of the last and that in base and a bordure engrailed of the 
second, 

Thomas de la Lind, de Clenston : Gules, three stags' 
heads couped argent. 

Willelmus Martyn de Adelamston : Argent, two 
bars gules. 

Johannes Horcy, de Clifton : Azure, three horses' 
heads couped bridled or. 

Johannes Rogers, de Brianston : Argent, a mullet 
sable, on a chief ... a fleur-de-lys ... 

Johannes Russell, de Barwick, dominus Russell: 
Argent, a lion rampant gules, on a chief sable three escallops of 
the field. 

Thomas Moore, de Melpleis: Argent, on a fess be- 
tween three moorcocks sable, as many mullets of the field. 

Johannes Arondell, de Chideok, 32 [Henrici VIII.] : 
Sable, six hirondelles, three, two and one, argent. 

Thomas Arondell, de Shaftesbiry, in coronacione 
Regine Anne : Sable, six hirondelles, three, two and one, and 
on the fess point a crescent, argent. 

Petrus Cumpton, de Dunscoort. [No arms.] 

Adrianus Poynings. [No arms.] 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 237 

Johannes Marney, de Est Lulleworth : Gules, a lion 
rampant guardant, argent. 

Johannes Powlet, de Hooke : ..., three swords in pile 
points in base ... in the dexter chief a crescent ... 

Thomas Powlet, de Melpleys : ..., three swords in pile, 
points in base ..., in dexter chief a crescent ... charged with a 
mullet (?) ... 

WlLLELMUS VUEDALL, DE MORECRICHEL : Argent, a 

cross moline gules, in the dexter chief a crescent ... 



[? Milites in Comitatu Dorsetle tempore Regis 
Edwardi VI.] 

Johannes Powlet: ..., three swords in pile, points in 
base ... 

Oliverus Laurence : ..., a cross raguly ... 

Johannes Tregonwell, de Milton, miles. [No arms.] 



Nobiles et Milites in comitatu Dorcetie tempore 
Regine Marie. 

Willelmus Pawlet, de Hooke, marchio Winton : 
... three swords in pile, points in base, in the dexter chief a 
crescent ... 

[Franciscus] Hastings, de Canford, comes Hunt- 
INGDONIE : Argent, a maunch sable. 

Thomas Howard, vicecomes Byndon: ..., on a bend 
... between six crosses crosslet fitchy ... a crescent ... for differ- 
ence. 

Georgius de La Linde, de Clenston : Gules, three 
stags' heads couped argent. 

Oliverus Lawrence, de : Argent, a cross raguly 

gules. 

Johannes Horcy, de Clifton: ..., three horses' heads 
couped and bridled ... 

Johannes Rogers, de Brianston : Argent, a mullet 
sable, on a chief gules a fleur-de-lys or. 

Egidius Strangwais, de Melbiry: ..., in pale two lions 
passant, paly of six ... 

Henricus Ashley, de Wimborn Sancti Egidii: Azure, 
a cinquefoil within a bordure engrailed ermine. 

Johannes Tregonwell, de Milton : Argent, a fess 
cotised sable between three Cornish choughs proper. 



238 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 



nobiles et mllites in comitatu dorcetie tempore 
Regine Elizabethe. 

wlllelmus powlet, de hooke, marchio wlntonie, 
thesaurarius Anglie, Obiit [1572]: ..., three swords in pile, 
points in base ..., in the dexter chief a crescent ... 

Johannes Powlet, marchio Wintonie, filius 
Willelmi, Obiit 1576. [Same arms as the preceding.] 

Willelmus Powlet, marchio Wintonie, filius 
Johannis. [Same arms as the preceding.] 

Willelmus Powlet, marchio Wintonie, filius 
WILLELMI [Obiit 1628]. [Same arms as the preceding.] 

Henricus Hastings, de Canford, comes Huntin- 
DONIE : Argent, a maunch sable. 

Thomas Howard, vicecomes Byndon : ..., a bend ... 
between six crosses crosslet fitchy ..., a crescent ... for differ- 
ence. 

Henricus Howard, vicecomes Byndon, filius 
THOME. [The same arms as the preceding.] 

Thomas Howard, vicecomes Byndon, frater Hen- 
ricus. [The same arms as the preceding.] 

Egidius Strangways, de Melbiry: ..., in pale two 
lions passant, paly of six ... 

Johannes Horcy, de Clifton: ..., three horses' heads 
couped and bridled ... 

Adrianus Poynings, de , 1562: Barry of six ..., 

over all a bend ..., a bordure engrailed ... 

Henricus Ashley, de Wimborn Sancti Egidii: ...,a 
cinquefoil within a bordure engrailed ermine. 

Ricardus Bingham, 1585 : ... on a bend cotised ... 
between six crosses patty ... a crescent ... for difference. 

Georgius Bingham : ... on a bend cotised ... between six 
crosses patty ... a mullet ... for difference. 

Johannes Arondell, de Chideok, 1566 : ..., six hiron- 
delles, three, two and one, ... 

Matheus Arondell, de Shaftesbiry: ..., six hiron- 
delles, three, two and one, ... in the dexter chief a crescent ... 

Johannes Horcy, de Clifton, 1573: ..., three horses' 
heads couped and bridled ... 

Johannes Young, de Abbotesbiry, 1573 : ..., a bend ... 

Walterus Ralegh, de Shirborn, 1584: ..., five fusils 
conjoined in bend ... 

Arthurus Gorges: Lozengy ..., on a chevron ... a 
crescent ... 

Ricardus Rogers, de Brianston : Argent, a mullet 
sable, on a chief gules a fleur-de-lys ... 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 239 

George Trenchard, of Wolton, 1588 : Per pale ... and 
..., in the first three pallets ... 

Ricardus Horcy, DE Clifton : ... three horses' heads 
couped and bridled ... 

Anthony Ashley, de Wimborn Sancti Egidii : ..,, a 
cinquefoil within a bordure engrailed ermine. 

WiLLELMUS Clavill, DE BARNESTON : Vairy, ... a chief 
gules. 



MlLITES TEMPORE REGIS JACOBI IN COMITATU DORCETIE. 

WiLLELMUS PAWLET, DE HOOKE, MARCHIO WlNTONIE : 
Sable, three swords in pile points in base argent, in the dexter 
chief a crescent ... 

Georgius Hastings, de Canford, comes Huntindonie : 
Argent, a maunch sable. 

Thomas Howard, de Byndon, comes Soffolcie : ..., a 
bend ... between six crosses crosslet fitchy ... a crescent ... for 
difference. 

Henricus Howard, dominus de Marnhill, et comes 
Northamtonie. [The same arms as the preceding : a mullet 
... for difference.] 

Robert Cecill, vicecomes Cramborn, comes Sarum : 
Barry of eight ..., over all six escutcheons three two and one ... 
each charged with a lion rampant ... 

WiLLELMUS, VICECOMES CRAMBORN, COMES SARUM, 

FILIUS Roberti. [The same arms as the preceding.] 

Thomas Howard, vicecomes Byndon : ... a bend ... 
between six crosses crosslet fitchy ... a crescent ... for differ- 
ence. 

THEOPHILUS, DOMINUS WALDON, FILIUS COMITIS SUF- 
FOLGLE : ... a bend ... between six crosses crosslet fitchy ..., a 
label of three points ... 

Thomas Arondell, de Shaftesbiry, baro de Warder : 
..., six hirondelles, three, two and one, ..., on the dexter chief a 
crescent ... 

Edmundus VUEDALL: ..., a cross moline ... in the dexter 
chief a crescent ... 

Georgius Trenchard, de Woolton : Per pale ... and 
... in the first three pallets ... 

Anthonus Ashley, de Wymborn Sancti Egidii : ..., 
a cinquefoil ... within a bordure engrailed ermine. 

Willelmus Clavill, de Barneston : Vairy ... a 
chief ... 

Johannes Hanham, de Wymborn : Quarterly or and 
gules, on a bend sable three crosses patty fitchy argent. 



240 Note- Book of Tristram Ri scion. 

GEORGIUS MORETON, de CLENSON : Quarterly, ermine and 
gules, in the second and third quarters a goat's head erased 
argent. 

Georgius Trenchard, junior, filius Georgii : Per pale 
... and ... in the first three pallets ... over all a label of three 
points ... 

Johannes Rogers, de Brianston : ... a mullet ..., on a 
chief ... a fleur-de-lys ... 

Johannes Browne, de Framton : Argent, on a chevron 
sable between three herons azure as many escallops of the 
field. 

Alexander Bret, de Whitechurch : Or, a lion ram- 
pant between five crosses crosslet fitchy gules. 

Robertus Strode, de Parham : Ermine, on a canton ... 
a crescent ... between the horns a mullet ... 

Georgius Sommers, de : Vert, a fess dancetty 

ermine. 

Thomas Freake, de Shrofton : Sable, two bars and in 
chief three mullets or. 

Robertus Muller, de Came. [No arms.] 
Ricardus Strode, de Chalmington : Argent, a chevron 
between three conies courant sable. 

Johannes Webbe, de Canford. [No arms.] 
Robert Browne, de Godlington : ..., on a chevron ... 
between three herons ... as many escallops ..., in chief a 
crescent ... 

Edwardus Perham : Argent, a chevron azure between 
three pears gules. 

Thomas Moleins : Ermine, a milrind azure pierced 
argent. 

Johannes Digby, de Shirborn, vicecamerarius Regis : 
..., a fleur-de-lys ... 

Radulphus Horcy, de Clifton : ..., three horses' heads 
couped and bridled ... 

Robertus Napper : ..., a saltire, between four roses ... 
Johannes Jeffreis, de Catherston: ..., three pillars 
... garnished ... 

Johannes Williams, de Heringston : ..., a greyhound 
courant ..., between three small birds ..., on a bordure engrailed 
... nine roundels ... 

Willelmus Webbe. [No arms.] 

Johannes Rives, de Damery Coort : ..., on a bend ... 
three lozenges ... 

Johannes Fitz James, de Lewston : Azure, a dolphin 
embowed naiant argent, in the dexter chief a crescent or. 

Edmundus Vuedall, de Moorechrichell : ..., a cross 
moline ... in the dexter chief a crescent ... 



Barons and Knights holding Lands in Dorset. 241 

Johannes Strangwais, de Melbiry : ..., two lions 
passant in pale, paly of six ... 

WiLLELMUS VUEDALL, DE HORTON : Argent, a cross 
moline gules, in dexter chief a crescent ... charged with 
another ... 

Thomas Trenchard, frater Georgii junioris: Per 
pale, argent and azure, in the dexter three pallets sable, over all 
a label of three points ... 

Francis Ashley, de Dorchester, 1618: ..., a cinquefoil 
ermine and in dexter chief a mullet ..., a bordure en- 
grailed ... 

Walter Erle, de Charborough, 1616 : Gules, three 
escallops and a bordure engrailed argent. 

NATHANIELL NAPPER : ..., a saltire engrailed ... between 
four roses ... 

John BRUYN, OF ADELESTON : Azure, a cross moline or. 

EDWARD La WRENS, OF PURBECK : Argent, a cross raguly 
gules. 

Johannes Strangways, de Melbery : ... in pale two 
lions passant in pale paly ... 

Georgius Horcy, de Clifton : Azure, three horses' 
heads couped and bridled or. 

Johannes Strode, de Chantmarle : Argent, on a 
canton sable a crescent between the horns a mullet of the 
field. 

Johannes Meler, of Cawm. [No arms.] 

GEORGE MORETON, baronet, 5 Marcij, 1618 ; 16 Jacobi : 
Quarterly, gules and ermine, in the first and fourth quarters a 
goat's head erased argent. 

Anthony Ashley, knight baronet, 3 Julij, 1622 ; 20 
Jacobi : Azure, a cinquefoil within a bordure engrailed ermine. 

JOHN Cooper, baronet, 4 Julij, 1622 ; 20 Jacobi. [No 
arms.] 



16 



KNIGHTS OF SOMERSETSHIRE, 

WITH THEIR ARMS. 

HENRY II. JAMES I. 

(Pages 119 152.) 



KNIGHTES OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET 
WHICH HAVE BINE IN THE TYME OF KING 
HENRY THE SECOND, AND SOE FOLLOWING. 

WILLELMUS MOHUN, de Dunster, 8 Henrici II.: 
Gules, a dexter arm habited with a maunch er- 
mine, holding in the hand argent a fleur-de-lys 
azure. 

WiLLELMUS CURCY, DE Stoke, 8 Henrici II.: ..., three 
eagles displayed ... 

WiLLELMUS MESCHIN, 8 Henrici II. [No arms.] 

Robertus Beauchamp, de Hach, 8 Henrici II. : Vair. 

NlCHOLAUS FlTZHARDlNG, 8 Henrici II. : Gules, a chevron 
between eight crosses patty five in chief and three in base 
argent. 

Phillipus de Columbars, de Stowey, 8 Henrici II.: 
Gules, a bend or, a label of three points azure. 

Henricus Lovell, de Cary, 8 Henrici II.: Or, semy of 
crosses crosslet and a lion rampant azure. 

Roger Brito, de Odecumb, 8 Henrici II.: Or, a lion 
passant and in base four crosses crosslet gules. 

Ricardus de Monte Acuto, 8 Henrici II.: Argent, 
three fusils conjoined in fess gules. 

Ricardus de Estre, 8 Henrici II. [No arms.] 



Knights of So me rsetsh ire. 243 

Johannes de Erlegh, de Northpederton, 8 Hen- 
rici II. : Argent, three escallops gules. 

Willelmus Mallet, de Cory, 8 Henrici II.: Paly of 
six, ermine and gules, a lion passant or. 

Willelmus de Harptru, de Harptree, 8 Henrici II. : 
Argent, two staves (?) in saltire the sinister surmounting the 
dexter the upper ends fleuretty gules. 

Wandragius de SOLEIGNY, 8 Henrici II. : Quarterly 
ermine and gules. 

Gilbertus Percy : ..., four fusils conjoined in fesse. 

Willelmus de St. Clare, de Stapelton : ..., a lion 
rampant ... collared ... 

Alexander de Alno : Or, three popinjays vert, collared 
gules. 

ROBERTUS FILIUS Martini : Argent, two bars gules. 

ROGERUS Balun : Barry dancetty of six argent and 
gules. 

Willelmus filius Galfridi : Sable, a bull passant or. 

Willelmus filius Willelmi, 14 Henrici II. [No 
arms.] 

Willelmus filius Johannis, 8 Henrici II. : Sable, two 
bars, and in chief three roundels argent. 

Willelmus Bret : Or, semy of crosses crosslet, and a lion 
rampant gules. 

RlCARDUS DE Atrio, 8 Henrici IL [No arms.] 

Rogerus FILIUS HuGONIS : Barry of eight, or and azure, 
a lion rampant gules. 

Johannes Fitz Hamon : Sable, a cross engrailed argent. 

Phillipus Fitz Robert. [No arms.] 

Hugo de Curcell, 14 Henrici II. [No arms.] 

DROGO MONTACUTE, 14 Henrici II.: Argent, three fusils 
conjoined in fess gules. 

ROBERTUS Brewes : Azure, a lion rampant within an orle 
of crosses crosslet or. 

Gilbertus Malet, de Cory: Paly of six, ermine and 
gules, a lion passant or. 

Willelmus filius Walteri. [No arms.] 

RADULPHUS HueseE: Barry of six, ermine and gules. 

Radulphus Basset: Barry wavy of six, or and gules. 

RlCARDUS Humet, constabularius Regis Henrici II. [No 
arms.] 

Reginaldus filius Willelmi. [No arms.] 

Willelmus de Erlegh, de Northpederton : Argent, 
three escallops gules. 

Walterus Brito, de Odecomb : ..., a lion passant ... 

RlCARDUS DE Ralegh : Gules, five fusils conjoined in 
bend argent. 

162 



244 Nate- Bo ok of Tristram Risdon. 

Warnerus de Lizurrs, vicecomites Somersetie, 7 
Henrici II. : Or, a chief azure. 

Henricus de Novo Mercato, de Cadbiry : Gules, five 
fusils conjoined in fesse or. 

Pharamus de Bolonia, dominus de Mertock : Azure, 
three chevronels or. 

Galfridus Mandevill, DE HARDINGTON : Quarterly 
vairy ... and gules. 

Ricardus Brewer, de Odecomb: Gules, two bends 
wavy or. 

REGINALDUS FlTZURS: ..., on a bend ... three bears' 
heads coupcd ... muzzled ... 

Alexander de Badialton. [No arms.] 

Ingramus de Humetz. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS FlLiUS Martini : Argent, two bars gules. 

Adam de Port. [No arms.] 

Henricus de Cultura. [No arms.] 

Baldwinus Malet, de Enemer : Gules, a lion rampant 
or, debruised by a bend ermine. 

Henricus de Cultura, 33 Henrici II. [No arms.] 

PHILIPUS FILIUS ROBERTI, 33 Henrici II. [No arms.] 

ROBERTUS DE AKEFORD, 33 Henrici II. [No arms.] 

ALANUS BOTERELL : Chequy or and gules, a chevron 
azure. 

ROBERTUS FILIUS Pagani, vicecomes Somersetie, Anno 
33 Henrici II.: Gules, three lions passant in pale argent, over 
all a bend azure. 

Johannes de Campo Florido: Azure, a cross fleuretty 
between twelve billets or. 

Radulphus Fitz Bernard: Vair (?) on a chief ... two 
mullets pierced ... 

Radulphus de Somery : Or, two lions passant in pale 
azure. 

Henricus de Tortesmains. [No arms.] 

Thome de Loverton. [No arms.] 

ROBERTUS Le BlGOD : ..., a cross ... 

Walterus de Donheved : ..., a lion rampant ... 

Thome Greinvill: Gules, three clarions or rests or. 

Symonus Le Bret : Or, semy of crosses crosslet a lion 
rampant, gules. 

WlLLELMUS DE Bratton : ..., a fesse engrailed ... be- 
tween three mullets ... 

Willelmus Humetz. [No arms.] 

Henricus de Ermentes : Chequy or and azure, a lion 
rampant gules. 

Rogerus de Badialton. [No arms.] 

Walkelin de Ferrers : Vairy, or and gules. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 245 

WlLLELMUS St. LlGER : ... fretty ... a chief ... 

Petrus de LOHERENG : Quarterly ... a bend ... 

BALDWINUS Wake ; Gules, two bars or, in chief three 
bezants. 

Radulphus filius Willelmi, de Brimton : ..., on a 
point barry wavy ... a lion passant ... 

GALFRIDUS FOLLIOT : Argent, on a bend gules, cotised 
sable. 

Adam Cossington, de Cossington : Azure, three 
roses or. 

Galfridus [Cossinton] filius Ade de Cossinton : 
Azure, three roses or. 

Ingelrand de Fienes, de Mertock : Azure, three lions 
rampant or. 

RlCARDI I. 

NlCOLAUS MERIET, DE Meriet, 6 Ricardi II. : Sable, 
three bars or. 

WlLLELMUS FILIUS WlLLELMI. [No arms.] 

Johannes Erlegh, de Northpederton : Argent, three 
escallops gules. 

WlLLELMUS DE MONTACUT : Argent, three fusils con- 
joined in fess gules. 

Johannes de Montacut : Argent, three fusils conjoined 
in fess gules, a label of three joints azure. 

Radulphus filius Willelmi, de Brymeton ..., a lion 
passant guardant ... a point nebuly ... 

WlLLELMUS FILIUS Willelmi. [No arms.] 

RlCARDUS del Estre : Or, a chevron between three 
squirrels sejant gules. 

Henricus de Cultura. [No arms] 

Fulco DE Aulon. [No arms.] 

Philippus filius Roberti. [No arms.] 

Wili.elmus Harptru, de Batinden : Argent, two 
staves (?) in saltire the upper ends fleuretty gules. 

RlCARDUS FILIUS WlLLELMI. [No arms.] 

Philippus Columbers, de Stowey: Gules, a bend or, a 
label of three points azure. 

WlLLELMUS DE Mohun, DE Dunster : ..., a dexter arm 
habited with a maunch ermine, the hand argent holding a 
fleur-de-lys, or. 

Willelmus Mallet, de Cory: Paly of six, gules and 
ermine, a lion passant guardant, or. 

ROBERTUS BECHAMP, DE HACH : Vairy ... 

RlCARDUS Briwer, de Odecomb : Gules, two bends 
wavv or. 



246 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Henricus Lovell, de Cary : Or, semy of crosses cross- 
let, a lion rampant azure. 

WlLLELMUS FILIUS Martyn : Argent, two bars gules. 

Ricardus filius Willelmi. [No arms.] 

ROBERTUS DE Pulla. [No arms.] 

Wandragius de Curcell. [No arms.] 

Henricus de Tilly: Argent, a cross flory between four 
crescents gules. 

GAUFRIDUS FILIUS Geraldi : Gules, a lion rampant 
argent, crowned or. 

WlLLELMUS DE Wrotham, DE EXTON : ..., a chevron ... 
between three demi-boars statant ... 

Hugo de Vivonia, Dominus de Chuton : Argent, a 
chief gules. 



Johannis. 

REGINALDUS Moun, de Dunster : Gules, a dexter arm 
habited in a maunch ermine, the hand ... holding a fleur-de- 
lys or. 

WlLLELMUS MONTACUT : Argent, three fusils conjoined in 
fess gules. 

WlLLELMUS DE HARPTRU : Argent, two staves (?) in sal- 
tire, the sinister surmounting the dexter the upper ends fkuretty 
gules. 

Johannes de Solegny : Quarterly, ermine and gules. 

Radulphus Lovell, de Cary : Or, a lion rampant within 
an orle of eight crosses crosslet azure. 

Ricardus Cottell : Or, a bend gules. 

Ricardus de Atrio. [No arms.] 

NlCOLAUS Meriet, DE MERIET : Sable, three bars or. 

ROBERTUS MALHERB : Or, three oakleaves (? nettle leaves) 
vert. 

Jacobus de Novo Mercato : Gules, five fusils conjoined 
in fess or. 

Robertus Bigot : ..., a cross ... 

Ricardus Briwer, de Odecomb : Gules, two bends 
wavy or. 

Thomas Bany. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Wrotham, de Exton : ..., a chevron ... 
between three demi-boars statant ... 

Johannes de Campo Florido, de Champflourie : 
Sable, a cross fkuretty between twenty billets, or. 

Robertus de Bello Campo, de Hach : Vairy ... 

Henricus de Cultura. [No arms.] 

FULCO DE Alnon. [No arms.] 



Knights of Somersetshire. 247 

Johannes Brewes : Azure, a lion rampant between five 
crosses crosslet, fitchy or. 

Phillippus Columbers, de Stowey : Gules, a bend or, a 
label of three points argent. 

Galfridus Folliot : Argent, a bend gules cotised sable. 

Warren filius Geraldi, de Stoke Curcy : Gules, a 
lion passant argent, crowned or. 

Adamus de Cossinton, de Cossington : Azure, three 
roses or. 

Willelmus Mallet, de Cory : ..., three escallops ... 

Johannes de Erlegh, de Northpetherton : Argent, 
three escallops gules. 

Willelmus de Ponte Cardonis, de Lydyet : Argent, 
a cross moline voided gules. 

ALANUS BoTERELL : Chequy, or and gules, a chevron 
azure. 

ROGERUS FILIUS Henrici: Argent, a cross engrailed sable. 

Alexandrus Everard : Argent, on a chief gules three 
mullets of the field. 

Rogerus Fitz Nicolas, de Tikeham : Quarterly ..., a 
bend ... 

Rogerus Palton,* vicecomes Somersetie, 17 Regis 
Johannis : Argent, six roses, three, two and one gules. 

Willelmus de Fienes, de Mertock, 9 Regis Johannis : 
Azure, three lions rampant or. 

Walter de Kentisbere, de Huntworth : Gules, a pair 
of wings conjoined in lure argent, surmounted by a bend azure. 

ROGERUS BRUN : Azure, billety, a lion rampant or. 

Johannes de Acton : Quarterly, per fess indented, argent 
and azure. 

Radulphus de Albiniaco : Gules, four fusils conjoined 
in fess argent. 

Rogerus Arondel, de Sanford. [No arms.] 

ROBERTUS COLUMBERS : Sable, a cross patty fitchy or. 

Robertus DE LONDON : Per pale ... a chevron ... 

Willelmus de Salisbyry : Argent, on a saltire azure 
five mullets of the field. 



Henrici III. 

Radulphus de Albiniaco : Gules, four fusils conjoined 
in fess argent. 

NlCHOLAUS DE Mulis : Argent, two bars and in chief 
three roundels gules. 

* Roger de Pealtona was sheriff- substitute for Dorset and Somerset during 
the first three months of the 16th year of King John. Eds. 



248 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes filius Domini Nicholai Mulis: Argent, 
two bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

SYMON DE GRINDHAM : Argent, a chevron sable, a label of 
three points gules. 

NlCHOLAUS ARONDELL, DE [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS Malet, DE CORY : Paly of six, gules and 
ermine, a lion passant guardant or. 

REGINALDUS Moun, DE DUNSTER : Gules, a dexter arm 
habited in a maunch ermine, the hand ... holding a fleur-de- 
lys .... 

Phillipus Columbers, de Stowey: Gules, a bend or, a 
label of three points argent. 

Robertus Bechamp, de Hach : Vair. 

Hugo Nevill, de Stoke : ... a lion rampant ... 

WlLLELMUS MONTACUT, DE SCHEPTON ET DONYEAT : 
Argent, three fusils conjoined in fess gules. 

Radulphus Lovell, DE Cary : ..., a lion rampant ... 
between five crosses crosslet ... 

HUGO DE VlVONIA, DE DOUNDEN : Argent, a chief gules. 

WlLLELMUS BRIWER, DE ODECOMB r ..., two bends 
wavy ... 

ROBERTUS GURNAY, DE Harptree : Paly of six, or and 
azure. 

Willelmus Mallet, de Enemer : Gules, a lion rampant 
... debruised by a bend ermine. 

Hugo Poynes, de Corymalet : Or, three bars gules. 

ROGERUS DE LA FORD : Azure, three lions rampant 
crowned or. 

JoHANNts Russell, vicecomes* Somersetie, 6 Hen- 
rici III. : ..., on a chief ... three roundels ... 

Willelmus Filius Henrici, vicecomes [ut custos] 
SOMERSETIE, II [et 12] Henrici III.: Argent, a cross engrailed 
sable. 

ROGERUS PALTON, DE Palton : Argent, six roses, three, 
two and one, gules. 

Johannes de Erlegh : Argent, three escallops gules. 

Willelmus Columbers : Gules, a bend or. 

NlCHOLAUS Meriet, DE Meriet : Sable, three bars or. 

Radulphus Meriet, de Hestercomb : Sable, three bars 
or, a bend ermine. 

Thomas de Cirencester, vicecomes Somersetie, 13 [14, 
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 et 22] Henrici III. : Argent, a chevron 
azure, a label of three points gules. 

Thomas Loges, de Hurst. [No arms.] 

* He was Sheriff of Somerset during part of the 7th and the whole of the 
8th years of King Henry III. Eds. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 249 

Henricus de Campo Florido, vicecomes [pro T. de 
Cirencestre] SOMERSETIE, [15], 16 [et 19] Henrici III. : Sable, a 
cross fleuretty between twenty billets or. 

Walterus Chilton, de Chilton. [No arms.] 

Symon de Wellesford. [No arms.] 

GODFRIDUS CRANECOMB : Argent, three cranes azure, 
crested gules. 

Benedictus Beare : Argent, a bear rampant sable. 

WlLLELMUS FILIUS Ade. [No arms.] 

Radulphus de Soleigny, de Kinersdon : Quarterly, 
ermine and gules. 

WlLLELMUS GRENVILL : Gules, three rests or clarions or. 

Johannes Palton, de Palton : ..., six roses, three, two 
and one ... 

Bartholomews de Emnelegh. [No arms.] 

Drogo Stanton, de Whitstanton : ... fretty.... 

Henricus de Karvill: Or, three castles embattled 
sable. 

ANSELMUS GURNAY, DE HARPTRU : Paly of six, or and 
azure. 

RADULPHUS Pincerna : Azure, three covered cups or. 

Reginaldus Mohun, de Dunster : Gules, a dexter arm 
habited in a maunch ermine, the hand ... holding a fleur-de-lys or. 

WlLLELMUS MOHUN, knight, FRATER REGINALDI : ..., 
semy of crosses crosslet ... a dexter arm habited in a maunch 
ermine, the hand ... holding a fleur-de-lys ... 

Thomas Trivet : Argent, a trivet sable. 

ELIAS DE La Mare : Gules, two lions passant guardant in 
pale argent, collared sable. 

LAMBERTUS CLIFTON : Chequy or and gules, a bend 
ermine. 

Alexandrus Baddianton. [No arms] 

Symon Luccomb, de Luccomb : ..., a chevron ... between 
three lions' heads erased ... 

Simon Ralegh, de Netelcomb : Gules, five fusils con- 
joined in bend argent. 

Radulphus Husee, de Sutton : Barry of six, ermine 
and gules. 

Henricus de Erlegh : Argent, three escallops gules. 

WlLLELMUS DE Erlegh : Argent, three escallops gules, a 
bordure engrailed sable. 

Dominus NlCHOLAUS Mules, DE Cadbiry : Argent, two 
bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

Radulphus Flory, de Cumbflory : Azure, a crescent 
between three fleurs-de-lys argent. 

JOHANNES DE AURE: Argent, three popinjays vert, col- 
lared or. ... 



250 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Alexander Mountfort, de Wellow : Argent, a lion 
rampant azure, between six crosses crosslet gules. 

Henricus Stawell, de Cothelston : Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 

Walterus Kentisbeare, de Huntworth : Gules, two 
wings conjoined in lure argent, surmounted by a bend azure. 

BALDRICUS DE Noneton : ..., a chief chequy ... 

WALTERUS de Reigny : Gules, three bill-heads (?) argent, 
or halbert-heads (?) socketted or. 

HAMO BASINGES : Azure, a cross moline voided or sur- 
mounted by a bend gules. 

ROBERTUS Schete. [No arms.] 

RlCARDUS WlLECESTER, sive DE WlGORNIA, DE WlKE IN 

Lidiard, 1268. [No arms.] 

Phillipus Vallitort, de Corypole : Argent, three 
bendlets gules, on a bordure sable nine bezants. 

RADULPHUS FURNEAUX: ..., a bend ... between six 
crosses crosslet ... 

Rawlinus de Bolonia, de Esse Boleyne, 1240 : Azure, 
three chevronels or. 

Ingeraldus Fyenes, Dominus de Mertock: Azure, 
three lions rampant or. 

Willelmus DE Cadena. [No arms.] 

Radulphus de Angiens. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Branch, de Frome Selwood: ..., a leopard's 
face ... jessant-de-lys ... 

Willelmus Deandon, de Lydyete : Azure, three escal- 
lops or. 

Ricardus Wrotham, de Exton : ..., a chevron between 
three demi-boars statant ... 

HUGO FlCHET, DE SPAXTON: Gules, a lion rampant or, 
debruised by a bend ermine. 

Willelmus Fichet, de Merige : Gules, a lion rampant 
or, debruised by a bend argent, charged with three escallops 
sable. 

ROGERUS BRAN : Azure, billety, a lion rampant or. 

Willelmus Mallet, de Enemer, filius Willelmi : 
Gules, a lion rampant or, debruised by a bend ermine. [These 
are the arms of Fichet, of Spaxton, and have doubtless been 
ascribed to Mallet by accident. Eds.] 

Walterus de Sully, 36 Henrici III.: Ermine, three 
chevronels gules. 

Stephanus Aishton, de Ashton : Gules, a lion rampant 
or debruised by a bend vairy ... 

Robertus Chilton, de Chilton. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Horcy, de Horcy, miles, 1242 : Azure, three 
horses' heads couped or, bridled gules. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 2 5 1 

Symon Meriet : Sable, three bars or, over all a bend argent. 

SYMON MONTACUT, DE DONYEAT : Argent, three fusils 
conjoined in fess gules. 

Johannes Reigny, de Melcomb, 1242: Gules, two wings 
conjoined in lure ermine. 

ROBERTUS DE ESTON, DE STONY ESTON, miles, 1 242 : Or, 
three covered cups gules. 

WlLLELMUS GRINDHAM, DE GRINDHAM, knight, 1 242: 
Argent, a chevron sable, a label of three points gules. 

Petrus DE LA Warr, knight: ..., a lion rampant ... 
between five crosses crosslet fitchy ... 

Johannes Arondel de Sanford. [No arms.] 

Martinus DE Legh : ..., three fusils conjoined in fess ..., 
a label of three points ... 

WlLLELMUS DE BEAUMETS : Quarterly, gules and or. 

Symon Ralegh, de Netelcomb : Gules, five fusils con- 
joined in bend argent. 

Dominus Nicholaus Martyn, de Blagdon : Argent, 
two bars gules. 

RlCARDUS LOVELL, DE Cary : Or semy of crosses crosslet 
and a lion rampant azure. 

Thomas Reigny : Gules, two wings conjoined in lure 
ermine. 

Willelmus Reigny de Assholt : Gules, three halberd 
or bill (?) heads argent socketted or. 

Ivonius Rochfort de Seaburgh : Quarterly ..., a label 
of three points ... 

Adam de Wodeton : Gules, a chevron between three 
eagles displayed or. 

Dominus Johannes Moun, de Dunster ; Or, a cross 
engrailed sable. 

Radulphus Dawbeney. de Barrington, Obiit 20 Ed- 
wardi I. : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

Andreas Wake, de Dawlich : Or, two bars and in chief 
three roundels gules. 

WlLLELMUS EVERARD, DE STINELEGH, Obiit 6 Ed- 
wardi I. : ..., on a chief ... three mullets ... 

Willelmus Draycot, de Redlinch : ..., a cross en- 
grailed ..., in the first quarter an eagle displayed ... 

Stephanus Luccomb, de Luccomb: ..., a chevron ... 
between three lions' heads erased ... 

RADULPHUS FlTZBERNARD : Vair, on a chief gules, two 
mullets pierced or. 

Willelmus de Leigh : Or, three fusils conjoined in fess 
azure, a label of three points gules. 

Johannes Eston, de Eston, miles, 1261 : Or, three 
covered cups gules. 



252 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Thomas Cruket, de Cruket: Gules, an alant ram- 
pant or. 

Dominus Johannes Mules, de Cadbiry : Argent, two 
bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

Baldwinus Mallet, de Enemer : Gules, a lion rampant 
or, debruised by a bend argent. 

Baldwinus Clopton, de Clopton : Argent, a chevron 
between three eagles displayed azure. 

ROGERUS Cottelegh, 36 Henrici III. [No arms.] 

Ricardus MUCEGROS : Or, a lion rampant gules. 

MATHEUS FURNEAUX, knight, 36 Henrici III.: ..., semy 
of crosses crosslet, a bend ... 

BARTHOLOMEUS PECHEE, VICECOMES* SOMERSET1E in 
Annis 31, 32, 33 et 34: ..., a fess between two chevrons gules. 

ELIAS DE CABIAN,f VICECOMES SOMERSETIE in Annis 36, 
37> 38 et 39. [No arms.] 

WALTERUS BURGHEIS, VICECOMES^ Somersetie in Annis 
39 et 40 et 42 : Gules, a lion rampant tail forked or. 

Johannes Basset, vicecomes Somersetie, 47 [Hen- 
rici III.] : ..., three bars wavy ... 

PHILIPPUS BASSET, 48 [Henrici III.]: Barry wavy of six 
or and gules. 

HENRICUSDE AlLTUN,|| VICECOMES SOMERSETIE in Annis 
47, 49, 50, 51 et 52 [Henrici III.]. [No arms.] 

Thomas de St. Vigors, vicecomes Somersetie, Annis 
54 et 56^" [Henrici III.]. [No arms.] 

Johannes de St. Valerik, vicecomes Somersetii: 
Anno 55H [Henrici III.] : Or, two lions passant guardant in 
pale gules. 

Warinus Ralegh, de Netelcomb: ..., five fusils con- 
joined in bend ... 

Symon Meriet, knight, de Hestercomb, 45 Hen- 
rici III. : ..., three bars ..., a bend ermine. 

ALANUS FURNEAUS : ..., a bend ... between six crosses 
crosslet ... 

* He appears to have been joint sheriff with Hugh de Viconia for three 
parts of the 34th year of King Henry III. only. Eds. 

t Elias de Rabayn was sheriff in those years. Eds. 

% He was sheriff-substitute for Elias de Rabayn in the 39th year of 
Henry III., and sheriff in the 42nd, but not apparently in the 40th year. 
Eds. 

John Basset was not sheriff in 1262, but Philip Basset held that office in 
the 46th, 47th and 48th years of Henry III. Eds. 

|j Henry de Aultune was sheriff-substitute for Philip Basset in the 46th, 
47th and 48th, but not in the 49th, 50th, 51st and 52nd years of Henry III. 
Eds. 

% Thomas de St. Vigors was sheriff in the 54th and the first half of the 
55th years of Henry III., and was succeeded by John de St. Valeric, sheriff 
during the 55th and 56th years of that reign. Eds. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 253 

Osbertus Bathon, de Spekford : Gules, a chevron 
between three annulets argent. 

Ricardus WlGBERE, DE Wigbeare : ..., alion rampant 
... between five crosses ... 

Eustachius Wroxshall, de Wroxshall, 1243 : Er- 
mine, two bars gules. 

Robertus Fitz Nicol, de West Chynnock : Quarterly, 
gules and or, a bend argent. 

Mauricius de Borham : Argent, a fess between six mart- 
lets gules. 

Robertus de Ley : Or, three fusils conjoined in fess 
azure, a label of three points gules. 

Johannes Maundevill, de Estcoker: Quarterly, vair 
and gules. 

Walterus de Rumsey: Argent, a fess gules, a label of 
three points azure. 

Walterus de Ingheia, de Corston : Vert, a chevron or. 

Galfridus Maundevil de Estcoker, 50 Henrici III.: 
Quarterly vairy ... and ... 

Reymundus Clesdon, de Pulton, 1270; 50 Hen- 
rici III. [No arms.] 

Matheus Wake : Gules, two bars or, in chief three 
bezants. 

Ricardus Haselden : Argent, a cross crosslet sable. 

Ricardus Plecy : Argent, six annulets, three, two and 
one, gules. 

Osmundus de Valletort. [No arms.] 

Hugo Clifford : Chequy ..., a bend ... 

HUMFRICUS Kaull: Quarterly embattled, argent and 
sable. 

Walterus de Lovenny : ..., four fusils conjoined in fess, 
... in chief three roundels ... 

Nicholas Stapelton, de Hakenhull : Argent, a lion 
rampant sable. 

Radulphus RUSSEL: ..., on a chief ... three roundels. 

Philippus de Valletort, de Corrpole : Bendy of six 
..., on a bordure ... eight roundels ... 

Johannes filius Philippi Valletort : Bendy of six, 
..., on a bordure ... eight roundels ... 

Ricardus Fitz Bernard : Vair, on a chief gules two 
mullets or. 

Baldwinus Mallet, de Enmer : Azure, three escal- 
lops or. 



254 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

mllites in comitatu somersetie tempore regis 
Edwardi Primi. 

Johannes Columbers de Stowy: ..., a bend ..., a label 
of three points ... 

WlLLELMUS [DE] FORTIBUS, FILIUS HUGONIS DE Vl- 
VONIA, DE CHUTON : Argent, a chief gules. 

ROBERTUS FlTZPAYN : Gules, three lions passant in pale 
argent, surmounted by a bend azure. 

NlCHOLAUS POINZ, DE CORYMALET : Barry of eight, or 
and gules. 

Johannes Bechamp, de Hach : Vairy ... 

Johannes Mohun, de Dunster: ..., a cross engrailed ... 

Johannes Paveley, de Bikenhull: Or, four bars wavy 
sable. 

HUGO Lovell, DE Gary, obiit 19 Edwardi I.: ..., a lion 
rampant ... between seven crosses crosslet ... 

Johannes Gournay, de Harptree, Obiit 19 Edwardi I. ; 
Paly of six, or and azure. 

WlLLELMUS MARTYN, DE BLAGDON : Argent, two bars 
gules. 

Baldwinus Mallet de Enemer, 4 Edwardi I. : ..., three 
escallops ... 

Radulphus Dawbeney, de Barrington : Gules, four 
fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

Robertus Chilton, de Chilton. [No arms.] 

Johannes Cogan, de Houspull : Gules, three oak-leaves 
argent. 

Warinus Ralegh, de Netelcomb, 4 Edwardi I. : Gules, 
five fusils conjoined in bend argent. 

Thomas St. Vigors. [No arms.] 

Alanus Walton : Argent, a fleur-de-lys gules. 

Johannes Palton, de Palton : ..., six roses, three, two 
and one ... 

Ricardus Plecy, de Exton, i 282: Argent, six annulets, 
three, two and one, gules. 

WlLLELMUS BRET, OF THORNCOMB, 4 Edwardi I. : Or, a 
lion rampant between five crosses crosslet fitchy gules. 

WALTERUS Lorty, DE Cory REVELL : Azure, a cross or. 

Johannes Acton : Quarterly, per fess indented, argent 
and azure. 

Johannes filius Galfridi, of Edington : Quarterly 
..., a label of three points ... 

Robert de Wodeton: ..., a chevron ... between three 
eagles displayed ... 

Galfridus Stawell, de Cothelston : Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 255 

Walterus Shapwik, de Shapwike. [No arms.] 

Walterus Blewet : Or, a chevron between three eagles 
displayed vert. 

Walterus de la Lind, de Bromfild : Argent, a cross 
engrailed gules. 

Willelmus Stanton, de Whitstanton : ..., a fret ... 

Johannes Valletort, de Corypole : Bendy of six, 
argent and gules, on a bordure sable nine bezants. 

Robert St. Cleer, de Stapelton, 2 Edwardi I. : 
Argent, a lion rampant gules, collared ... 

Petrus Faconberg, 2 Edwardi I. : Azure, a cinquefoil 
between five martlets or. 

Matheus Furneaus, of Pavy Furneaus: ..., a bend ... 
between ten crosses crosslet ... 

Johannes filius Galfridi, de Edington : Quarterly 
..., a label of five points ... 

Robertus Radington : Gules, three bezants. 

Thomas Pyne, de Dulverton : Gules, a chevron ermine 
between three pineapples or. 

Humfridus Kaell: Quarterly embattled, argent and sable. 

Walter Lovenny : ..., four fusils conjoined in fess ... in 
chief three roundels ... 

Willelmus Trivet : Argent, a trivet sable. 

Adam us de la Forde, of Forde : Azure, three lions 
rampant crowned or. 

Radulphus Russell, de Horsington, i Edwardi I.: 
..., on a chief ... three roundels. 

Jacobus Russell, miles, frater Radulphi, i Ed- 
wardi I. : ..., on a chief ... three roundels, a crescent for differ- 
ence. 

Johannes Erlegh, de Sommerton Erlegh : ..., three 
escallops ... a bordure engrailed ... 

Willelmus Wigbere, de Wigbere : ..., a lion rampant 
... between six crosses ... 

Radulphus Rochford, de Seaburgh : Quarterly ..., a 
label of three points ... 

GlLBERTUS Beare : Argent, a bear rampant sable. 

Hugo Fichet, de Spaxston : Gules, a lion rampant or 
debruised by a bend ermine. 

Hugo Popham, de Huntworth : Argent, on a chief 
gules two stags' heads cabossed or. 

Humfridus Bechamp, of Ryme: Vairy ..., a label of 
three points ... 

Johannes de La River : Azure, two bars dancetty or. 

Adam Bagadrip, of Bagadrip : Azure, a cross or between 
four swans (?) argent. 

Johannes Meriet, de Meryet : Sable, three bars or. 



256 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

ELIAS Dawbeney : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent, in chief three martlets or. 

ROBERTUS Paves, de Wike : Gules, two Danish battle- 
axes addorsed or. 

RlCARDUS CHANTON : ..., a fret ..., a label of five 
points ... 

JOHANNES Clivedon : Or, a lion rampant sable crowned 
gules. 

Matheus Clivedon : Argent, three escallops gules. 

Thomas Wellesley : Gules, a cross between four roun- 
dels argent. 

Johannes Ap Adam, de Harptree : Argent, on a cross 
gules five mullets or. 

HENRICUS GLASTENBURY: Argent, five fusils conjoined in 
bend, sable. 

Johannes le Brun : Azure, billety or, a lion rampant 
argent armed of the second. 

Johannes Aishton, de Ashton : Gules, a lion rampant 
or, debruised by a bend vair. 

ANSELM BASSET, 6 Edwardi I.: Ermine, in chief three 
piles gules. 

Symon GRINDHAM, de Grindham, 4 Edwardi I. \ Argent, 
a chevron sable, a label of three points gules. 

WlLLELMUS RETGNY, DE ASSHOLT, obiit 4 Edwardi I. : 
Gules, three halbert or bill heads, argent socketted or. 
: Johannes St. Low, vicecomes Somersetie ab anno 12 
ad 18 [Edwardi I.]: Argent, a bend sable, a label of three 
points gules. 

RlCARDUS BORHANT [BURGHUNTE] VICECOMES SOMER- 
SETIE in annis 18 et 19 [Edwardi I.]: Argent, a fess between 
six martlets gules. 

RlCARDUS COLSHULL, VICECOMES SOMERSETIE ab anno 2 
ad 7 [Edwardi I.): Chequy, or and sable, a chief argent gutty 
gules. 

...Johannes Mallet, de Enemer: Azure, three escallops or. 

Matheus Stawell, de Cothelston, 29 Edwardi I. : 
Gules, a cross of lozenges argent. 

Andreas Loterell; 29 Edwardi I. : Or, a bend between 
six martlets sable. 

ROBERTUS BRENT, 29 Edwardi I. : Gules, a wivern argent. 

ROBERTUS FiTZPAYN : ..., three lions passant in pale ... 
surmounted by a bend ... 

Symon Ashton, de Ashton : ..., a lion rampant ... de- 
bruised by a bend vairy ... 

Johannes Gerberg, vicecomes Somersetie, [28,29,] 3 1 
[et 32] Edwardi I. : Ermine, on a chief gules three mascles 
or. 



Knights of Somersetsh ire. 257 

Symon Turney, knight: Gules, semy of crosses crosslet, a 
lion passant argent. 

Ricardus Pike, de Esse Boleyn, 36 Edwardi I.: ..., 
three two pike-fork heads ... 

HUGO POINZ DE CORYMALET: Barry of eight ... 

Rogerus Mules, de Cadbiry, Obiit 23 Edwardi I.: ..., 
two bars ... and in chief three roundels ... 

Johannes, Dominus Mules, de Cadbiry; ..., two bars 
... and in chief three roundels ... 

Reginald filius Petri, de Chuton, Obiit 14 Edwardi I. : 
Gules, three lions rampant or langued argent. 

Petrus filius Reginaldi, de Chuton : ..., three lions 
rampant ,., 

Philippus Dawbeney, de Barrington, Obiit 22 Ed- 
wardi I. : ..., four fusils conjoined in fess .., 

Elias Dawbeney, frater et heres Philippi : Gules, 
four fusils conjoined in fesse argent. 

Johannes Acton, of Beere : Quarterly, per fess indented, 
argent and azure, 

JULTANUS FiSSINGBORN, 20 Edwardi I. : Azure, a dolphin 
extended haurient, or, 

Herebertus Caume, 20 Edwardi I. : Per pale, or and 
azure, a cross moline gules, 

Baldricus Noueton, de Newton, 20 Edwardi I : Azure, 
a chief chtquy argent and gules. [This is perhaps : Per fess, in 
chief chequy argent and gules, in base azure. Eds.] 

Thomas de Baiocis, 6 Edwardi I. [No arms.] 

Reginaldus Clifton, 6 Edwardi I. : Chequy, or and 
gules, a bend ermine. 

NICOLAUS M0UNTF0RT, DE Wellow, 6 Edwardi I.: 
Argent, a lion rampant azure between seven crosses crosslet 
gules. 

Walterus de Glocester, de Wrencheston, VICE- 
COMES SOMERSETIE, annis [21] 22, 23, 24, 25 et 26 [Edwardi I.]: 
Or, three lions rampant gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

Symon Ralegh, pe Netelcomb, 26 Edwardi I.: ..., five 
fusils conjoined in bend ... 

Thomas Cottell : Or, a bend gules. 

Elias Cottell : ..., a bend ... 

Galfridus Wrokeshall, de Wrokeshall : Ermine, 
two bars gules. 

Johannes Mountfort, de Wellqw : Argent, a lion 
rampant azure between seven crosses crosslet gules. 

Johannes Meriet, de Hestercomb : Sable, three bars 
or, a bend ermine. 

NlCHOLAUS DE Sta. Deset. [No arms.] 

Adam Talbot : Argent, three talbots passant sable. 

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258 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

WlLLELMUS BELET: Argent, a fess, ... in dexter chief a 
weasel passant ... 

Osbekt Kaly : Chequy, or and gules, a bend ermine. 

ROGERUS DE CHOSTES. [No arms.] 

Johannes Cormailes, vicecomes Somersetie in annis 
7, 8, 9, 10 et 11 [Edwardi I.] : Argent, three coronets sable. 

Matheus DE FURNEAUX : Gules, a bend between ten 
crosses crosslet, four and six, or. 

Alanus Blukenet, de Haselbere : Ermine, five fusils 
conjoined in bend gules. 

Johannes Maundevill, de Estcoker: Quarterly, vairy 
... and gules. 

Galfridus Stawell, of Cothelston, 28 Edwardi I. : 
Gules, a cross of lozenges, argent. 

Johannes Trivet : Argent, a trivet sable. 

Galfridus Northover, de Northover. [No arms.] 

Johannes Reigny : Gules, two wings conjoined in lure 
ermine. 

Johannes de Mules : Argent, two bars and in chief three 
roundels gules. 

Radulphus Fitz Barnard : Vair, on a chief gules two 
mullets or. 

Walterus de Grindham : Argent, a chevron sable, a 
label of three points gules. 

Willelmus Fichet, DE Merige : Gules, a lioif rampant 
or, debruised by a bend argent. 

Ricardus Haydon, de Haydon. [No arms.] 

MARTYN DE LEGH, 1 Edwardi I. : Or, three fusils con- 
joined in fess azure, a label of three points gules. 

Nicholaus Cheyney : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

Johannes St. Valerick : Or, two lions passant guardant 
in pale gules. 

Ricardus Borhunt [Burghunte]: ..., a fess ... between 
six martlets ... 

Nicholaus Longland, vicecomes [Somersetie 34 et] 
35 Edwardi I. : Argent, a wivern sable. 

Rogerus Mules, de Cadbiry, obiit 23 Edwardi I. : 
Argent, two bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

Johannes, Dominus Mules, de Cadbiry, obiit 3 Ed- 
wardi II. : Argent, two bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

Ricardus Rodney : Or, three eagles displayed purpure. 

Ricardus de la River : Azure, two bars dancetty or. 



Knights of Somersetshire, 259 



mllites de comitatu somersetie tempore regis 
Edwardi Secundi. 

Nicholaus, Dominus Mules, de Cadbiry : Argent, two 
bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

Nicholaus Pointz, de Cory Malet : Barry of eight, or 
and gules. 

Ricardus Lovell, de Cary : Or, semy of crosses crosslet 
and a lion rampant azure. 

Philippus Columbers, de Stowey : Gules, a bend or, a 
label of three points argent. 

JOHANNES Mohun, de Dunster : Or, a cross engrailed 
sable. 

Ricardus Rodney : Or, three eagles displayed purpure. 

Johannes Bechamp, de Hach \ Vair. 

ROBERTUS FlTZ Payn, DE STOKE CURCY : .,,, three lions 
passant in pale ..., surmounted by a bend .., 

WlLLELMUS Martyn, de BLAGDON : Argent, two bars 
gules. 

Petrus fiuus Reginaldi, de Chuton : Gules, three 
lions rampant or. 

Elias Dawbeney, de Barrington : Gules, four fusils 
conjoined in fess argent. 

MATHEUS STAWELL, DE COTHELSTON : Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 

HUGO Popham, de Huntworth : Argent, on a chief 
gules, two stags' heads cabossed or. 

MATHEUS FURNEAUS, DE PURY ; Gules, a bend between 
six crosses crosslet or, 

Ricardus Pike, de Ashboleyn : ..,, three two pike-fork 
heads .., 

Johannes Erlegh, de Somerton Erlegh : Argent, 
three escallops gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

WlLLELMUS WiGGEBEAR, DE; WlGBEARE, Obiit 1 8 Ed- 
wardi II. : ..., semy of crosses ..., a lion rampant ,,, 

WALTERUS RUMSEY : Argent, a fess gules, a label of three 
points az,ure. 

Gilbertus Beare : Ardent, a bear rampant sable, 

WlLLELMUS TRIVET : Argent, a trivet sable. 

Humfridus Bechamp; Vairy ,.., a label of three 
points ... 

WlLLELMUS Ridell : Gules, a lion rampant within a 
bordure indented argent. 

Adam de la Fqrde of Fqrd : Azure, three lions ram- 
pant crowned or. 

Willelmus EveRARD, of Staveley : Argent, on a chief 
gules, three mullets of the field. 

172 



260 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Andreas LUTTERELL : Or, a bend between six martlets 
sable. 

Johannes Clivedon : Or, a lion rampant sable, crowned 
gules. 

Thomas Gurney, of Harptree : Paly of six, azure 
and or. 

WlLLELMUS FACONBERG: Azure, a cinquefoil between five 
martlets or. 

Johannes Kingston: ..., a lion rampant tail forked ... 

Johannes St. Low : Argent, a bend sable, a label of three 
points gules 

Reginald Mountford : Argent, a lion rampant azure 
within an orle of (eight) crosses crosslet gules. 

Adam Walleis : Ermine, a bend gules. 

Baldwinus Mallet, de Enemer; Azure, three escal- 
lops or. 

Johannes Fichet, de Spaxston: ..., a lion rampant ... 
debruised by a bend ermine. 

Symonus Furneaus, de Pury : Gules, a bend between 
six crosses crosslet or. 

Edmundus Everard, 15 Edwardi II. : Argent, on a chief 
gules three mullets of the field. [The field, though tricked 'A,' 
is marked with ermine spots. Eds.] 

Hugo Longland : Argent, a wivern sable. 

Henricus Lorty, de Cory Revel : Azure, a cross or. 

Ricardus St. Clere, de Stapleton : Argent, a lion 
rampant gules collared of the field. 

Adam de la Ford, of Forde, ii Edwardi II. : ..., three 
lions rampant ... crowned ... 

NlCHOLAUS CHEYNEY, II Edwardi II.; Obiit 19 Ed- 
wardi II.: Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess argent each 
charged with an escallop sable. 

Johannes Meriet, de Meryet : Sable, three bars or. 

Johannes Meriet, de Hestercomb : Sable, three bars 
or, a bend ermine. 

ROBERTUS MAUNDEVILL, DE EsTCOKER, 6 Edwardi II.: 
Quarterly, gules and vairy ... 

Johannes Percy, 11 Edwardi II. : ..., five fusils conjoined 
in fess ... 

Hugo Popham, de Huntworth; Argent, on a chief 
gules two stags' heads cabossed or. 

Matheus de Clivedon, 9 Edwardi II.: Argent, three 
escallops gules. 

WlLLELMUS DE FACONBERG: ..., a cinquefoil ... within an 
orle of martlets ... 

Johannes Reigny, de Melcomb : Gules, two wings con- 
joined in lure, ermine. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 261 

WlLLELMUS RlDELL : Gules, a lion rampant and a bordure 
indented argent. 

Walter Escudamor : Azure, three stirrups leathered and 
buckled or. 

NlCHOLAUS, DOMINUS MULES, DE CADBIRY, obiit 9 Ed- 
wardi II. : Argent, two bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

Rogerus Mules, de Cadbiry, frater et heres : 
Argent, two bars and in chief three roundels gules. 

RlCARDUS DE LA RlVER : Azure, two bars dancetty or. 

Thomas Wellesley : Gules, a cross between four roun- 
dels argent. 

Johannes Rumsey : Argent, a fess gules, a label of three 
points azure. 

Willelmus Stanton, de Whitstanton, vicecomes 
SOMERSETIE* primo Edwardi II. : Gules, fretty argent. 



mllites in comitatu somersetie tempore regis 
Edwardi tercii. 

Philippus Columbers, de Stowey : Gules, a bend or, 
a label of three points azure. 

NlCHOLAUS PoYNTZ, DE Cory Mallet : Barry of eight, 
or and gules. 

Johannes Bechamp, de Hach, senior: Vair. 

Johannes Bechamp, junior, miles : Vairy ... 

Robertus Fitzpayne, de Stoke Curcy : Gules, three 
lions passant in pale argent, surmounted by a bend azure. 

RlCARDUS LOVELL, DE CASTEL Cary : Or, a lion rampant 
within an orle of crosses crosslet azure. 

Jacobus Luvell, filius ejus: ..., a lion rampant ... 
between five crosses crosslet ..., a label of three points ... 

Johannes Mohun, de Dunster: Or, a cross engrailed 
sable. 

Jacobus Audeley, de Stowey : Gules, fretty or. 

Willelmus Montagu, de Donyeat, comes Sarum : 
Argent, three fusils conjoined in fess gules. 

Johannes Meriet de Meriet, 3 Edwardi III.: Sable, 
three bars or. 

Johannes Mallet, de Enemer : Azure, three escal- 
lops or. 

Baldricus Noueton, de Newton Hawis, 3 Edwardi 
III. : Azure, a chief chequy argent and gules, or; Per fess, in 
chief chequy argent and gules, in base azure. 

* Nicholas de Cheyney and Walter de Scudamore were sheriffs of Somerset 
and Dorset i Edward 11. Eds. 



262 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Fichet, de Spaxston, 3 Edwardi III.: Gules, 
a lion rampant or debruised by a bend ermine. 

Galfridus Stawell, de Cothelston : Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 

Alexander Loterell, 2 Edwardi III.: Or, a bend be- 
tween six martlets sable. 

Johannes Reigny de Melcomb: Gules, two wings con- 
joined in lure ermine. 

Ricardus Pike, de Murlinch, 3 Edwardi III. : .... three 
pike-fork heads ... 

Willelmus Everard, of Stivklegh, 2 Edwardi III.: 
Argent, on a chief gules, three mullets of the first. 

Symon FURNEAUX, DE PURY FURNEAUX : Gules, a bend 
between six crosses crosslet or. 

Radulphus Fitz Urs, de Williton, 3 Edwardi III.: 
Or, on a bend sable, three bears' heads couped muzzled argent. 

Symon Aston, de Ashton : Gules, a lion rampant or, 
debruised by a bend vairy ... 

Johannes Clivedon : Or, a Hon rampant sable crowned 
gules. 

Henricus Lorty, de Cory Revell : Azure, a cross or. 

Johannes Erlegh, de Somerton Erlegh, 6 Edwardi 
III. : Argent, three escallops gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

HUGO LONGLAND, 6 Edwardi III.: Argent, a wivern sable. 

Willelmus Faconberg, 2 Edwardi III.: Azure, a cinque- 
foil between five martlets or. 

Theobaldus Russell, de Horsington, 16 Edwardi 
III. : Argent, on a chief gules, three bezants. 

Henricus Haddon, de Candel Haddon, 16 Edwardi 
III. : Argent, on a cross gules, five lions passant guardant or. 

Radulphus Dawbeney, de Barrington : Gules, four 
fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

Johannes Wake : .... two bars ... and in chief three 
roundels. 

Johannes Trivet \ ..., a trivet. 

Johannes Membiry, 3 Edwardi III. : ..., a maunch ..., a 
label of three points ... 

Thomas Fighet, de Spaxston : Gules, a lion rampant or 
debruised by a bend ermine. 

Edwardus Stradling, vicecomes Somersetie, 17 Ed- 
wardi III. : Argent, three bars azure, on a bend gules three 
cinquefoils or. 

Willelmus Everard : ..., on a chief ... three mullets ... 

Edmundus EVERARD, 38 Edwardi III.: Ermine, on a chief 
... three mullets ... 

Walterus Rodney, vicecomes Somersetie, 10 Ed- 
wardi III. : Or, three eagles displayed gules. 



Kn ights of Somerset sh ire. 263 

Johannes Gourney: Paly of six or and azure. 

Walterus Blewet : Or, a chevron between three eagles 
displayed vert. 

Alexander Lutterel : Or, a bend between six martlets 
sable. 

WlLLELMUS Fitz Warren : Quarterly, per fess indented, 
ermine and gules. 

Johannes Palton, de Palton, 20 Edwardi III.: Ar- 
gent, six roses, three, two and one, gules. 

Johannes de la River, 20 Edwardi III. : Azure, two 
bars dancetty or. 

Edmondus Clivedon, 23 Edwardi III.; vicecomes, 35 
Edwardi III. : Or, a lion rampant sable crowned gules. 

Baldwinus Mallet, de Enemer, 20 Edwardi III.: 
Azure, three escallops or. 

Reginaldus Fitzherbert: Gules, three lions rampant 
or, a bordure engrailed argent. 

Johannes Beach amp, de Lillesdon : Vair, a bordure 
engrailed gules. 

RiCARDUS Meriet, 39 Edwardi III.: Sable, three 
bars or. 

Symon Meriet, de Hestercomb, 39 Edwardi III.: Sable, 
three bars or, a bend ermine. 

Johannes St. Low, vicecomes Somersetie, 29 Ed- 
wardi III. : ..., a bend ..., a label of three points ... 

Johannes St. Low, junior: ..., a bend ..., a label of 
three points. 

Radulphus Dawbeney: Gules, four fusils conjoined in 
fess argent. 

Willelmus Botreaux, de Cadbiry : Argent, a griffin 
segreant gules, beaked and armed azure. 

Johannes Ynge, de Corston : Vert, a chevron between 
three eagles displayed or. 

Johannes Bitton : Ermine, a fess gules. 

Johannes Barr : Gules, three bars compony argent and 
sable. 

Edmondus, de Clivedon: ..., a lion rampant ... 
crowned ... 

Thomas Besilles : Argent, three roundels gules. 

Edmondus Domer, 37 Edwardi III. : Ermine, a crescent 
gules. 

Thomas Gourney, 40 Edwardi III. : Paly of six or and 
azure. 

Johannes Reigny, junior, 40 Edwardi III.: Gules, two 
wings conjoined in lure ermine. 

RiCARDUS ACTON, 40 Edwardi III.: Quarterly, per fess 
indented, argent and azure. 



264 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

HUGO DURBURGH, 40 Edwardi III. ; vicecomes, 48 Ed- 
wardi III. : Argent, on a fess sable three bears' heads erased of 
the field muzzled or. 

JOHANNES MeriET, 47 Edwardi III. : Quarterly, first and 
fourth ..., three bars ..., second and third vairy ... 

Hugo Tirrell, vicecomes Somersetie, 16 Edwardi III. : 
Or, three leopards' faces jessant-de-lys gules. 

ROBERTUS MartyN : Aigent, two bars gules, a label of 
three points azure. 

Mattheus Stawell, de Cothelston : Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 

JOHANNES POWLEI'T, 40 Edwardi IIL: Sable, three swords 
in pile points to the base argent, 

Thomas Kingstone, 40 Edwardi III.: Sable, three 
leopards' faces argent, crowned or. 

WalTERUS PAVELEY: Azure, a cross fleuretty argent. 

WlLLELMUS Whitfild: Sable, five fusils conjoined in 
bend or. 

WlLLELMUS COGAN DE HOUNSPILL : Gules, three oak 
leaves argent. 

JOHANNES PERCY: Argent, five fusils conjoined in fess sable. 

Egidius DawbENEY, of BarrIngtoN : Gules, four fusils 
conjoined in fess argent. 

EDMUNDUS CHEYNEY, 26 Edwardi IIL: Gules, four fusils 
conjoined in fess argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

Johannes Glamorgan, de Brymton : Argent, five fusils 
conjoined in bend sable. 

Johannes Blunt de Astington : Barry nebuly of six, 
or and sable. 

Thomas le Marshall de West Chynnock, 50 Ed- 
wardi I. : ..., a cross moline (or more probably a fer-de-moline) 
pierced ... 

Johannes Ralegh, de Netelcomb : Gules, five fusils 
conjoined in bend argent. 

HENRICUS PERCEHAY: Argent, a cross flory gules, in the 
dexter chief a chess-rook sable. 

PETRUS Faconberg : Azure, a cinquefoil within an orle of 
martlets or. 

Johannes Longland: ..., a wyvern ... 

WlLLELMUS VMFRAVILL : ., three roses ,,,, a chief ,.. 

WlLLELMUS Damarell: Per fess gules and azure, three 
crescents argent. 

Stephanus Mareys. [No arms.] 

Johannes Luccomb, de Luccomb : ..,, a chevron between 
three lions' heads erased ... 

Johannes Wroxshall, de Wroxshal, vicecomes, 8 Ed- 
wardi IIL ; Ermine, two bars gules. 



Kn ights of Somersetshire. 265 

Tiieobaldus Gorges : Lozengy, or and azure. 

Johannes LonglaNd : Argent, a wyvern sable. 

Johannes Burghers : ..., a lion rampant, tail forked ... 

RlCARDUS DE LA RlVER, I Edwardi III. : Azure, two bars 
dancetty or. 

STEPHANUS COSSINGTON DE COSSINGTON, 29 Edwardi 
III. ; Azure, three roses or. 

RADULPHUS CHEYNEY : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent, each chaiged with an escallop sable. 

Johannes de la Mare, de Nonnye : Gules, two lions 
passant guardant in pale argent. 

Johannes Strech, de Wolston : Argent, a bend en- 
grailed sable between three martlets gules. [This shield has 
been cancelled, and the f Mowing substituted in the margin : 
Argent, a lion rampant gules. Eds] 

Symon Meryet, DE HESTERCOMB, 40 Edwardi III.: 
Barry of six or and sable, a bend ermine. 

JOHANNES Mohun, de DuNster; Or, a cross engrailed 
sable. 

Johannes Loterell : Or, a bend between six martlets 
sable. 

Milites tempore Regis Ricardi Secundi infra 
comitatu somersetie. 

Willelmus, Lord Botreaux, of Cadbiry : ..., a griffin 
segreant ... 

RlCARDUS DE St. MaUR, OF CasTEL Cary : Argent, two 
chevrons gules, a label of three points azure. 

Robertus FiTZPAYN, OF Stoke Curcy : ..., three lions 
passant in pale ... surmounted by a bend ... 

Jacobus, Lord Audeley, of Stowey : Gules, fretty or. 

IVONIUS FlTZWARREN : Quarterly, per fess indented, 
ermine and gules. 

Baldwinus Mallet de Enemer: Azure, three escal- 
lops or. 

Johannes Mallet, knight, filius Baldvvini : Azure, 
three escallops or, a label of three points gules. 

Johannes Trivet: Argent, a trivet sable. 

Johannes Powlet, obiit 5 Ricardi II.: ..., three swords 
in pile points in base ... 

HUGO Durburgh : Argent, on a fess sable three bears' 
heads erased of the field, muzzled ... 

Johannes Burghers : Gules, a lion rampant tail 
forked or. 

Walterus Bluet, DE Grindham : ..., a chevron between 
three eagles displayed ... 



266 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Meriet, de Meriet : Or, three bars sable. 

Johannes Bechamp de Lali.esdon: Vairy ... a bordurc 
engrailed ... 

Johannes Lorty, de Cory Revell : Azure, a cross or. 

Johannes Rodney: ..., three eagles displayed ... 

Petrus Courtenay, de Estcoker : Or, three roundels 
gules, a label of three points ermine. 

Thomas Brook, de Brooke : Gules, on a chevron argent, 
a lion rampant sable. 

Johannes Devereux: ..., a fess ... and in chief three 
roundels ... 

Walterus RUMSEY : ..., a fess ..., a label of three 
points ... 

EGIDIUS DAWBENEY : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent. 

WlLLELMUS COGAN, DE HOUNSPILL : Gules, three oak 
leaves argent. 

Thomas Fichet, de Spaxston : ..., a lion rampant ... 
debruised by a bend ermine. 

Johannes ARONDELL : Quarterly, first and fourth barry of 
six ... second and third a lion rampant ... 

NlCHOLAUS, DOMINUS AUDELEY, DE STOWEY : ..., 
fretty ... 

Radulphus Russell, de Horsington : ..., on a chief 
... three roundels ... 

WlLLELMUS COGAN, DE HUNSPILL, vicecomes, 2 Ricardi 
II. : .... three oak leaves ... 

Johannes Cogan, knight, filius Willelmi : ....three 
oak leaves ... 

EDMUNDUS FlTZHERBERT, vicecomes, 6 Ricardi II.: Gules, 
three lions rampant or, a bordure engrailed argent. 

Johannes Strech, de Welston, vicecomes. 7 Ricardi II.: 
Argent, a bend engrailed sable between three martlets gules. 
[This shield appears to be cancelled by the insertion of another, 
which is tricked : Argent, a lion rampant gules. Eds.] 

Matheus Gurnay, de Stoke, Subtus Hamden : Paly 
of six, or and azure. 

Sir Thomas Trivet: ..., a trivet ... 

Sir Richard Stury. [No arms.] 

Johannes Clambow: Paly of six ..., a fess ... 

Johannes Pawlet, 15 Ricardi II.: Sable, three swords in 
pile, points in base argent. 

Petrus Veale, de Norton Veale : ..., on a bend ... 
three calves ... 

Willelmus Stury. [No arms.] 

Andreas Loterell : ..., a bend ... between six mart- 
lets ... 



Knights of Somersetshire. 267 

Hugo LoTerell, filius Andree: ..., a bend ... between 
six martlets ... 

Thomas Arthur: Sable, three chess-rooks argent, a 
chief or. 

THOMAS TrYVET : Argent, a trivet and a bordure engrailed 
sable. 

HUMFRIDUS Stafford \ Or, a chevron gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

Baldwynus RadINGTON : Gules, three bezants. 

WlLLELMUS Montacut : Argent, three fusils conjoined in 
fess gules. 

Johannes Montacut, comes Sarum : Argent, three 
fusils conjoined in fess gules. 

Thomas Peverkll : Azure, three garbs argent, a chief or. 

RADULPHUS Fitz Urs DE WlLLITON, obiit 13 Ricardi II. : 
Or, on a bend ..., three bears' heads couped and muzzled ... 

WlLLELMUS Stradling, DE Hawey : Paly of six argent 
and azure, on a bend gules, three cinquefoils or. 

MlLITES TEMPO REGIS HENRICI QUARTI IN COMITATU 
SOMERSET1E. 

WlLLELMUS, DOM1NUS BOTREAUX, DE CADBIRY : ..., a 
griffin segreant ... 

Johannes Tuchet, de Stawey : Ermine, a chevron 
gules. 

FULCO FiTZWARREN, DE HoUNDSPILL : Quarterly, per 
fess indented, argent and gules. 

IVONIUS FiTZWARREN : Quarterly, per fess indented, ermine 
and gules. 

RlCARDUS POYNINGS, DE STOKE CURCY : Barry of six, or 
and vert, a bend gules. 

Matheus Gourney, knight, de Stoke subtus Ham- 
den : Paly of six, or and azure. 

BALDWINUS Malet, DE Enemer : Azure, three escal- 
lops or. 

Thomas Brooke de Brook: Gules, on a chevron argent, 
a lion rampant sable. 

THOMAS BECHAMP : Vair, a bordure engrailed gules. 

PHILIPPUS COURTENAY, DE EsTCOKER : Or, three roun- 
dels gules, a label of three points ... 

JOHANNES HULL, at the coronacion of King Henry IV. : 
Gules, a saltire vair between four mullets or. 

Willelmus Stradling, de Hawey : Paly of six, argent 
and azure, on a bend gules three cinquefoils or. 

Johannes Lutterell, filius Hugonis, de Dunster : 
Or, a bend between six martlets sable. 



268 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Egidius Dawbeney, at the coronacion of Henry IV. : 
Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess argent. 

Thomas Arthur, vicecomes Somersetie, i Henrici IV.: 
Sable, three ches^-rooks argent, a chief or. 

Walter us Hungerford, de Farlegh : Sable, two bars 
and in chief three roundels argent. 

WlLLELMUS BonVILL, DE ChUTON : Sable, six mullets, 
three, two and one, argent. 

Hugo Loterell, de Dunster : Or, a bend between six 
martlets, sable. 

WlLLELMUS WROTHE : Argent, on a bend sable, three 
lions' heads erased crowned or. 

Humfridus Stafford: Or, a chevron gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

BALDWINUS RADINGTON : Or, three roundels azure. 

THOMAS WEST : Argent, a fess dancetty of two points 
sable. 

Johannes Rodney, Obiit 2 Henrici IV : ..., three eagles 
displayed ... 

Walterus Rodney : ..., three eagles displayed ... 

Thomas Rumsey : Argent, a fess gules, a label of three 
points azure. 

mllites in comitatu somersetie tempore regis 
Henrici Quinti. 

FULCO FlTZWARREN : Quarterly, per fess indented, argent 
and gules. 

ROBERTUS POYNINGS: Barry of six, ... a bend ... 

WlLLELMUS BOTREAUX, DE Cadbiry : ..., a griffin seg- 
reant ... 

WlLLELMUS BONVILL, DE CHUTON : ..., six mullets, three, 
two and one, ... 

Walterus Hungerford, de Farley: ..., two bars ... 
in chief three roundels ... 

Johannes Tuchet, de Stowey : Ermine, a chevron 
gules. 

Hugo Lutterell, de Dunster: ..., a bend ... between 
six martlets ... 

Thomas Bechamp, de Whitelakinton : Vairy ... a 
bordure ... 

Thomas Brooke, de Brooke : ..., on a chevron ... a lion 
rampant ... 

Baldwin us Malet, de Enemer : ..., three escallops ... 

Johannes Rodney : ..., three eagles displayed ... 

Johannes Seamer, de Hach Bechamp : Gules, two 
wings conjoined in lure or. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 269 

Thomas Stowell, de Cothelston ; Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 

Robertus Brent, de Cossington : Gules, a wyvern 
argent. 



MlLITES IN COMITATU SOMERSETIE TEMPORE REGIS 

Henrici Sexti. 

WlLLELMUS BOTREAUX, DOMINUS DE CADBIRY : ..., a 
griffin segreant ... 

Robertus, Dominus Poynings, de Stoke Curcy: Barry 
of six, ... a bend ... 

Jacobus Tuchet, Dominus Audeley, de Stowey : 
Ermine, a chevron ... 

Willelmus, Dominus Soucii, de Castel Cary : ..., ten 
roundels, four, three, two and one, ... a canton ermine. 

Willelmus, Dominus Bonvill, de Chuton : ..., six 
mullets, three, two and one, ... 

Willelmus Bonyill, filius Domini Bonvill : ..., six 
mullets, three, two and one ..., a label of three points ... 

Willelmus Pawlet, de Melcomb : ..., three swords in 
pile, points in base ... 

Hugo Lutterell, de Dunster : ..., a bend between six 
martlets ... 

Thomas Stawell, de Codelston : Gules, a cross of 
lozenges argent. 

Thomas Bechamp, de Whitelakinton : Vairy ..., a 
bordure ... 

Reginald Sturton : ..., a bend ... between six foun- 
tains ... 

Philippus Courtenay, de Estcoker : ..., three roundels 
..., a label of three points ... 

Humfridus Courtenay, de Stiveley : ..., three roun- 
dels ..., a label of three points ... 

Egidius Dawbeney, de Barrington: ..., four fusils 
conjoined in fess ... 

RlCARDUS HANKFORD, DE HonspULL: ..., a chevron 
barry wavy ... 

Hugo Lutterell, de Dunster: ..., a bend ... between 
six martlets ... 

Johannes Lutterell, filius Hugonis, Obiit 15 Hen- 
rici VI. : ..., a bend ... between six martlets, a label of three 
points ... 

Philippus Courtenay, de Estcoker: ..., three roun- 
dels ..., a label of three points ... each charged with as many 
mullets. 



270 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

JOHANNES Speke, 18 Henrici VI.: ..., three bars ..., an 
eagle with two heads displayed ... 

Thomas Brooke, de BROOKE : Gules, on a chevron 
argent a Hon rampant sable. 

WlLLELMUS POWLET, DE Melcomb : Gules, three swords 
in pile, points in base, ... in the dexter chief a crescent. 

Stephanus Popham, de Merifild : Argent, on a chief 
gules two stags' heads cabossed or. 

THOMAS BARRE : ..., three bars compony ... 

HUMFRIDUS Stafford: Or, a chevron gules, a bordure 
engrailed sable. 

EDMUNDUS Cheyney : Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess 
argent, each charged with an escallop sable. 

Johannes Hody, de Whitfild : .... a fess dancetty point 
in point ..., between two cotises ..., a bordure engrailed ... 

Alexander Hody, de Gotheney: ..., a fess dancetty 
point in point ..., between two cotises ..., in dexter chief a 
crescent ... a bordure engrailed ... 

Baldwin Fulford, de Williton : Gules, a chevron 
argent. 

Ricardus West, Dominus la Warr: Argent, a fess 
dancetty sable. 

WlLLELMUS Sturton : ..., a bend ... between six roun- 
dels ... 

Edwardus Hull, 29 Henrici VI. [No arms.] 

Alexander Hody, de Gothelney: .... a fess dancetty 
point in point ..., between two cotises ..., in dexter chief a 
crescent ..., a bordure engrailed ... 

Johannes Seamer, de Hach Bechamp : Gules, two 
wings conjoined in lure or. 

Edwardus Stradling, de Comton Hawey: Paly of 
six, argent and azure, on a bend gules three cinquefoils or. 



mllites in comitatu somersetie tempore regis 
edwardi iv. 

Johannes Tuchet, Dominus Audeley, de Stowey: 
Ermine, a chevron gules. 

WlLLELMUS BOTREAUX, BARO DE CADBIRY, Obiit 2 Ed- 
wardi IV. : ..., a griffin segreant. 

Ricardus, Dominus Pgynings, de Stoke Curcy, Obiit 
II Edwardi IV, : Barry of six, ... a bend ... 

Willelmus, Dominus Bonvill, de Chuton : ..., six 
mullets, three, two and one, ... 

Reginald Sturton ; .. r , on a. bend between six fountains 
a crescent ... 



Knights of Somersetshire. 27 1 

WiLLELMUS PAWLET, de Beere : ..., three swords in pile 
points in base ... 

WALTERUS RODNEY: ..., three eagles displayed ... 

Philippus Courtenay, de Estcoker, Obiit 3 Edwardi 
IV. : Or, three roundels gules, a label of three points ... 

Thomas Fulford, de Williton : Gules, a chevron 
argent. 

ROBERTUS, DOMINUS HUNGERFORD, DE CADB1RY : Sable, 
two bars and in chief three roundels argent. 

Johannes Powlet, de Nonny: ..., three swords in pile 
points in base, ..., in dexter chief a crescent ... 

Walterus Pancefoot, de Compton Pancfoote : Per 
fess, gules and azure, three fleurs-de-lys or. 

Johannes Barre : Gules, three bars compony argent and 
sable. 

Edwardus Brooke, de Brook, Dominus Cobham, Obiit 
16 Edwardi IV. : Gules, on a chevron argent a lion rampant 
sable. 

Ricardus Choke, de Long Ashton, miles, Justicius ad 
placita : Argent, three cinquefoils gules, each charged with a 
roundel azure. 

Willelmus Courtenay, de Estcoker: ..., three roun- 
dels, a label of three points ... 

Thomas St. Maur, de Parret : ..., two chevrons ..., a 
label of three points ... 

Johannes Brooke, Dominus Cobham : Gules, on a 
chevron argent a lion rampant sable. 

Willelmus Bourchier, Dominus Fitzwarren, Obiit 9 
Edwardi IV. : ..., a cross engrailed ... between four water- 
bougets ..., a label of three points ... 

Fulco Bourchier, Dominus Fitzwarren: ..., a cross 
engrailed ... between four water-bougets ..., a label of three 
points ... 

Egidius Dawbeney, de Barrington : Gules, five fusils 
conjoined in fess argent. 

Humfridus Stafford, comes Devonie : Or, a chevron 
gules, a bordure engrailed sable. 

Johannes Colshull : Chequy ..., on a chief ... five 
gouttes ... 

Ricardus West, Dominus la Warr, Obiit 6 Edwardi 
IV. : Argent, a fess dancetty sable. 

Thomas West, Dominus la Warr : Argent, a fess dan- 
cetty sable. 

Willelmus, Dominus Sturton, Obiit 2 Edwardi IV. : 
..., a bend ... between six roundels ... 

Johannes, Dominus Sturton : Sable, a bend or be- 
tween six fountains. 



272 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

GEORGIUS Darrel: Azure, a lion rampant ..., crowned ... 

JOHANNES WillobY: Quarterly, first and fourth a cross 
engrailed ..., second and third a cross moline ... 

Henricus Stradling, de Hawey : Paly of six, argent 
and azure, on a bend gules three cinquefoils or. 

Milites in comitatu Somersetie tempore Regis 
Henrici VII. 

Egidius, Dominus Dawbeney, de Barrington : ..., four 
fusils conjoined in fess ... 

Jacobus, Dominus Audeley, de Stowey : Ermine, a 
chevron gules. 

Johannes, Dominus Souch, de Castel Carv : Gules, 
ten bezants, four, three, two and one, a canton ermine. 

THOMAS Fulford DE : Gules, a chevron argent. 

THOMAS TREMAYL: Argent, a fess between three brogues ... 

HUGO LUTTERELL, DE DUNSTER : ..., a bend ... between 
six martlets ... 

WlLLELMUS COURTNAY, DE EsTCOKER, miles Bathonie : 
Or, three roundels gules, a label of three points azure each 
charged with three mullets argent. 

Johannes Wadham, de Merifild, miles Bathonie: ..., 
a chevron ... between three roses ... 

WlLLELMUS HODY, DE Gotheney, miles Bathonie: ..., a 
fess dancetty point in point ... between two cotises ... in dexter 
chief a mullet ... a bordure engrailed ... 

Johannes Choke, de Long Ashton : Argent, three 
cinquefoils gules each charged with five roundels azure, 

AMICIUS PAWLET, APUD STOKEFILD ; ..., three swords in 
pile points in base ... 

WlLLELMUS ST. MAUR, in creacione Principis Arthuri : ..., 
two chevrons ..., a label of three points ... 

Samson Norton. [Nd arms.] 

Johannes Trevilian, de Netelcomb, vicecomes, 17 
Henrici VII. : Gules, on a point wavy azure and argent, a horse 
salient of the last. 

Edwardus Gorges, de Wroxshall : Lozengy, or and 
azure, a chevron gules. 

NlCOLAUS W'ADHAM, miles in creacione principis Henrici : 
..., a chevron between three roses ..., a label of three points ... 

Milites tempore Regis Henrici VIII. 

Johannes Speke, de Whitelakinton, vicecomes, 2 Hen- 
rici VIII.: ..,, two bars ... over all an eagle with two heads 
displayed ... 



Knights of Somersetshire. '273 

Walterus Rodney, de , vicecomes, 3 Henrici VIII. 

..., three eagles displayed ... 

Edwardus Gorges, de Wraxshall, vicecomes, Anno 6 
Henrici VIII. ; Obiit 17 Henrici VIII. : Lozengy, or and azure, 
a chevron gules. 

Johannes Seamor, de Hach Bechamp, vicecomes, 7 
Henrici VIII: et 18 Henrici VIII. : Gules, two wings conjoined 
in lure or. 

Edwardus Hungerford, de Farley, vicecomes, 10 
Henrici VIII. ; Obiit 22 Henrici VIII. : ..., two bars ... and in 
chief three roundels ... 

Johannes Touchet, miles banerettus: Ermine, a chevron 
gules. 

Johannes Powlet, de Melcomb: ..., three swords in 
pile, points in base ... in the dexter chief a crescent ... 

Edwardus Wadham, frater Johannis : ..., a chevron 
between three roses ... in centre chief a crescent ... 

WiLLELMUS Carrant de Tomkr : Argent, three roundels 
gules each charged with two chevrons or. 

Henricus Long, knight, vicecomks Somersetie, 30 
Henrici VIII.: ..., a lion rampant ... between seven crosses 
crosslet ... 

Georgius Speke, de Dowlish, vicecomes, 17 Henrici 
VIII.: ..., three bars ..., an eagle with two heads dis- 
played ... 

Edwardus Seamor, de Hach Bechamp, vicecomes, 23 
Henrici VIII. : Gules, two wings conjoined in lure or. 

Edwardus Gorges, de Wraxshall, vicecomes, 21 Hen- 
rici VIII. : Lozengy, or and azure, a chevron gules. 

Nicholaus Wadham, de Merifild, vicecomes, 26 Hen- 
rici VIII. : A chevron between three roses ... 

Hugo Powlet, de Henton St. George, vicecomes, 
28 et 34 Henrici VIII.: ..., three swords in pile points in 
base ... 

Thomas Speke, de Whitelakinton, vicecomes, 31 Hen- 
rici VIII.: Argent, three bars azure, an eagle with two heads 
displayed gules. 

Thomas Warr, de Hestercomb : ..., a lion rampant ... 
between five crosses crosslet ... 

WiLLELMUS FRANCEIS, DE COMBFLORY : Argent, a chevron 
engrailed between three mullets gules. 

Johannes Choke, de Long Ashton : Argent, three 
cinquefoils gules each charged with five roundels azure. 

Walterus Hungerford, de Farley : Sable, two bars, 
and in chief three roundels argent. 

Andreas Lutterell, de Dunster : Or, a bend between 
six martlets sable. 

18 



274 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

RlCARDUS WARR, de Hestercomb, miles, 6 Henrici 
VIII. [No arms.] 

Johannes Lutterell, de Dunster, 36 Henrici VIII. : 
..., a bend ... between six martlets ... 

[mllites in comitatu somersetie tempore regis 
edwardi sexti.] 

Hugo Powlet, de St. George Henton, vicecomes 
SOMERSETIE, I Edwardi VI. : Sable, three swords in pile, 
points in base, argent, each charged on the hilt with a roundel 
sable. 

Thomas Speke, de Whitelakinton, vicecomes Somer- 
SETIE, 3 Edwardi VI. : Barry of eight, argent and azure, an eagle 
with two heads displayed gules. 

Johannes Lutterell.de Dunster, 1444 [i.e., i544]apud 
Liethe : ..., a bend ... between six martlets ... 

Willelmus Frances, de Combflory: Argent, a chevron 
engrailed between three mullets gules. 

Johannes Thynn, vicecomes Somersetie, 2 Edwardi 
VI. : Or five bars sable. 

Edwardus Rogers, de Cannington : Argent, a chevron 
between three stags courant sable. 

Willelmus Carrant, de Tomer : Argent, three roun- 
dels gules, each charged with two chevrons or. 

MlLITES IN COMITATU SOMERSETIE TEMPORE REGINE 

Marie. 

Hugo Powlet, de Henton St. George: ..., three 
swords in pile, points in base ... 

Thomas Speke, de Whitelakinton: ..., three bars, ... 
an eagle with two heads displayed ... 

Johannes Lutterell, de Dunster : ..., a bend between 
six martlets ... 

Johannes Sidenham, de Brimton. [No arms.] 

Edwardus Rogers, de Canington: ..., a chevron be- 
tween three stags courant ... 

Johannes Windham, de Orchard: Azure, a chevron 
between three lions' heads erased or. 

Jacobus Fitz James, de Redlinch: Azure, a dolphin 
embowed naiant, argent. 

Thomas Dyer, de Wincanton : ... a chief ... 

Thomas Horner, de Clover: ..., three talbots pas- 
sant ... 

Willelmus Portman : Caput Justiciarius : ..., a fleur-de- 
lys ... 



Knights of Somersetshire. 275 

mllites in comitatu somersetie tempore regine 
Elizabethe. 

Hugo Powlet, de Henton St. George: Sable, three 
swords in pile, points in base, argent. 

Johannes Sidenham, de Brimton. [No arms.] 

Thomas Dyer, de Wincanton : ..., a chief ... 

Johannes Windham, de Orchard : Azure, a chevron 
between three lions' heads erased or. 

Jacobus Fitz James, de Redlinch : Azure, a dolphin 
embowed naiant argent. 

Edwardus Rogers, de Canington : Argent, a chevron 
between three stags courant sable. 

Mauricius Barkley, de Bruton: ... on a chevron ... 
between eight crosses patty, five and three ... a crescent. 

Johannes Lutterell de Dunster : Or, a bend between 
six martlets sable. 

Georgius Norton. [No arms.] 

Rogerus Blevvet, de Grindham : Or, a chevron between 
three eagles displayed vert. 

Henricus Newton, de Harptree: Argent, on a chevron 
azure three garbs or. 

Georgius Speke, de Whitelakinton, miles Bathonie : 
..., three bars ... an eagle with two heads displayed ... 

Henricus Barkley, de Bruton, 1584: Gules, on a 
chevron between eight crosses patty, five and three, argent, a 
crescent ... 

Amisius Powlet, de Henton St. George, 1575: ..., 
three swords in pile, points in base, ... 

Johannes Young, de Brestow, 1573: ... abend ... 

Johannes Stowell, de Cothelston, 1573: Gules, a 
cross of lozenges argent. 

Johannes Horner, de Clover, 1573: ... three talbots 
passant ... 

Georgius Rogers, de Canyngton, 1573 : ..., a chevron 
... between three stags courant ... 

Henricus Portman, de Orchard, 1573:..., a fleur- 
de-lys ... 

Johannes Sidenham, de Brimton, 1573. [No arms.] 

Johannes Clifton, de Barrington, 1573: Sable, a 
lion rampant within an orle of cinquefoils argent. [The second 
of the four cinquefoils in chief rather resembles a trefoil slipped.] 

Georgius Sidenham, de Cumb Sidenham, 1583. [No 
arms.] 

Edwardus Dyer, de Wincanton : ..., a chief ... 

Antonius Powlet, de Henton St. George: Sable, 
three swords in pile, points in base, argent. 

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276 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Popham, de Wellington, Caput Justiciarius, 
1592 : ..., on a chief a crescent .,. between two stags' heads 
cabossed ... 

Franciscus Hastings, de Cadbury, 1592: Argent, a 
maunch sable. 

Hugo Portman, de Orchard : Or, a fleur-de-lys azure. 

Franciscus Popham, filius Johannis Popham: ..., on 
a chief ... a crescent ... between two stags' heads cabossed ... 

MAURICIUS Barkley, DE BRUTON : Gules, on a chevron 
between eight crosses patty, five and three, argent, a crescent 
sable. 

GEORGIUS RODNEY: .... three eagles displayed ... 

Johannes Harrington: ..., a fret ... within a bordure 
compony ... 

Sir Amias Preston : ..., six gouttes ..., on a chief ... a 
lion passant ... 



MlLITES IN COMITATU SOMERSETIE TEMPORE REGIS 

Jacobi. 

Georgius Tuchet, de Stowey, Dominus Audeley, 
Comes [Castlehaven] : Ermine, a chevron gules. 

Mervinus Tuchet, Dominus Audeley et Comes 
[Castlehaven] : Ermine, a chevron gules. 

Henricus Newton, de Harptree: ..., on a chevron ... 
three garbs ... 

Franciscus Hastings, de Cadbiry : ..., a manche ... 

Johannes Popham, Caput Justiciarius : ..., on a chief ... 
a crescent ... between two stags' heads cabossed ... 

Georgius Snigge, de Bristow. [No arms.] 

Mauricius Barkley, de Bruton : ..., a chevron ... 
between eight crosses patty, five and three ... 

Hugo Portman, de Orchard: ..., a fleur-de-lys ... 

Franciscus Popham, de Wallington, filius Johannis 
Popham : ..., on a chief ... a crescent ... between two stags' 
heads cabossed ... 

Willelmus Clifton, de Cory Revell, miles Bathonie : 
..., a lion rampant ... within an orle of cinquefoils. [Again the 
second of the charges in chief is a trefoil slipped.] 

ARTHURUS Hopton, miles Bathonie: Argent, two bars 
sable, each charged with three mullets or. 

Johannes Mallet, de Enemer, miles Bathonie : Azure, 
three escallops or. 

Johannes Stowell, de Cothelston, miles Bathonie: 
Gules, a cross of lozenges argent. 



Knights of Somersetshire. 277 

Georgius Speke, de Whitlakinton, miles Bathonie : 
Argent, three bars azure, an eagle with two heads displayed 
gules. 

Hugo Smyth, de Ashton. [No arms.] 
Johannes Sidenham, de Brymton. [No arms.] 
Johannes Rodney: ..., three eagles displayed ... 
NiCHOLAUS Halswell, DE Halswell : ..., three bars 
wavy ... 

Johannes Jenninges. [No arms.] 
Thomas Vachell. [No arms.] 
Thomas Stukley : Or, a bend azure. 
Johannes Cakew, de Crocnam : ..., three lions passant 
in pale ... 

Alexander Bret, de Whitstanton : Or, a lion ram- 
pant between five crosses crosslet fitchy gules. 
Johannes Cooper. [No arms.] 

Edward Phillips, of Montagu, Master of the Rolls: 
Argent, on a chevron between three roses gules a mullet ... 

Sir Robert Phillips, filius Edwardi : Argent, a 
chevron between three roses, gules. 

Thomas Phillips, de Barrington: Argent, on a 
chevron between three roses, gules, a mullet ... 

Thomas Bruges : Argent, on a cross sable a leopard's 
face or. 

Johannes Windham, de Orchard: Azure, a chevron 
between three lions' heads erased or. 

Edwardus Gorges, de Wraxshall: Lozengy ..., a 
chevron gules. 

Georgius Young. [No arms.] 
Mauricius Cooper, frater Johannis. [No arms.] 
Barnaby Samborn. [No arms.] 

HENRICUS Hawley, de BUKLAND: ..., a saltire en- 
grailed ... 

Robertus Young : ..., a bend ... 
Sir Stephen Boorde. [No arms.] 
Edwardus Hext, de Netherham : Or, a tower em- 
battled, with two flagstaff's between three battle-axes sable. 

Bartholomeus Michell, de Gorneystrete : Per fess, 
gules and sable, a chevron between three swans argent. 
NiCHOLAUS Stalleng. [No arms.] 

RlCARDUS HlLLE : Gules, a saltire vair between four 
mullets argent. 

Johannes Portman, de Orchard, Baronettus: ..., 
a fleur-de-lys ... 

Theodorus Newton : ..., on a chevron ... three garbs ... 
Georgius Farwell, de Hillbisshop : Sable, a chevron 
engrailed between three escallops argent. 



278 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes Farwell. [No arms.] 

Johannes Horner, de Clover: ..., three talbots 
passant ... 

FRANCISCUS Heale : ..., five fusils conjoined in bend 
ermine, in chief a martlet ... 

Edward Rodney, of Stok : ..., three eagles displayed. 

Franciscus Rogers, filius Edwardi Rogers, de 
CANINGTON : ..., a chevron ... between three stags courant ... 

Radulphus Sidenham, filius secundus Johannis 
SlDENHAM, DE BRIMTON. [No arms.] 



LIST OF 
KNIGHTS AND OTHERS IN WILTSHIRE, 

WITH 

ARMORIAL BEARINGS. 

HENRY III. HENRY VIII. 

(Pages 358, 359, 362, 363, 365, 367, 369, 37 h 373, 374-) 



[MlLITES TEMPORE HENRICI III.] 

MATHEUS WAKE: ..., two bars and in chief three 
roundels ... 
RlCARDUS HASELDEN: Argent, a. cross 
sable. 

Walterus Paveley, DE Brooke : Azure, a cross fleuretty 
or. 

Symon Cheverell : Argent, three lions passant in pale 
sable. 

WlLLELMUS NEVILL, DE WARDER Argent, a chief 
dancetty vert, over all a bend gules. 

ROBERTUS TREGOS, DE LYDIARD : ..., two bars gemelles 
... in chief a lion passant ... 

Walterus Dunstanvill, de Castelcomb: Argent, 
fretty gules, on a canton of the last, a lion passant of the field. 

Willelmus Bluet, le Lacham : Or, an eagle with 
two heads displayed gules. 

Johannes Perham, de Perham : Argent, a chevron 
azure between three pears gules. 

Nicolaus Haversham, vicecomes Wiltes : Azure, a fess 
between six crosses crosslet argent. 

RobertusCrevquer, vicecomes Wiltes ... Henrici III. : 
..., a cross voided ... 



280 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Robertus Lexington. [No arms.] 

Henricus Lexington. [No arms.] 

SYMON Cheverell : Argent, three lions passant in pale 
sable. 

Petrus Membyry, de Membyry: ..., a maunch ..., in 
chief a label of three points ... 

Robertus Columbers: ..., a cross patty fitchy ... 

GlLBERTUS St. Martyn, DE ... : Sable, six lions rampant, 
three, two and one, or. 

GODFRIDUS ESCUDAMORE, de Upton : Gules, three 
stirrups, leathered and buckled argent. 

RlCARDUS DERNFORD: Sable, an eagle displayed or, 
collared argent. 

Robertus de London: Per pale ..., a chevron counter- 
changed [?]. 

Robertus Bonet : Chequy argent and gules, on a chief 
azure, two mullets or. 

Willelmus Wutteneston. [No arms.] 

Dominus Willelmus Longspee : Azure, six lions ram- 
pant, three two and one, or. 

Willelmus St. Martyn, Obiit 19 Edwardi I. : Sable, 
six lions rampant, three, two and one, or. 

JACOBUS TROWE : Argent, three acorns slipped vert, on a 
chief sable, two Catherine-wheels, or. 

Johannes Parham : Argent, a chevron azure between 
three pears inverted gules. 

Galfridus Karnet. [No arms.] 

Hugo Chamberlayn. [No arms.] 

Reginaldus Paveley, de Brooke : Azure, a cross 
fleuretty, or. [It is possible that this should be blazoned : 
Azure, a cross or, fleuretty argent. Eds.] 

ROBERTUS LUCY : Gules, three lucies haurient or. 

Galfridus Gastelyn, Obiit 9 Edwardi I.: ..., ten billets, 
four, three, two and one ... 

HUBERTUS Hussey : Barry of six ermine and gules. 

Petrus Escudamor, de Upton : Gules, three stirrup- 
irons leathered and buckled argent. 

Alexander Cheverell: ..., three lions passant in 
pale ... 

Reginaldus Paveley, de Brook, 3 Edwardi I.: ..., a 
cross, fleuretty ... 

Johannes Giffard, 3 Edwardi I. : ..., three lions passant 
in pale ... 

Willelmus Dernford, 3 Edwardi I.: Sable, an eagle 
displayed or, collared argent. 

Johannes de Monemole, 3 Edwardi I. : Or, three 
chevronels gules, over all a fess argent. 



List of Knights and others in Wiltshire. 281 

Johannes Hussey : Or, a cross vert. 

Reginaldus St. Martyn, de Warder : Sable, six lions 
rampant, three, two and one, or. 

Jacobus Trowe : Argent, three acorns slipped vert, on a 
chief sable two Catherine-wheels or. 

Ingramus Berenger : Or, a cross vert, over all a bend 
gules. 

Reginaldus Aston : Azure, a bend argent, cotised or, 
between six crosses-crosslet of the third. 

RiCARDUS BORHONT : Argent, a fess between six martlets 
gules. 

Willelmus Woodford, de Woodford : Sable, three 
leopards' faces jessant-de-lys or. 

Rogerus Langford,de Langford: ...,afess ..., between 
three estoiles of six points wavy ... 

Odo GRYMSTED : Barry of six, ... and vairy ... 

Willelmus Grymsted, filius Odonis : Barry of six 
gules and vair. 

Stephanus de Melleford : Azure, a fess between three 
mullets sable. 

Edmundus Gastelyn : Or, ten billets, four, three, two and 
one, azure. 

Johannes Bluet, de Larkham : Or, an eagle with two 
heads displayed gules. 

Alexander Cheverell : Argent, three lions passant in 
pale sable. 

Walterus Gastelyn: ..., a bend ... between six bil- 
lets ... 

Johannes Gastelyn : Sable, ten billets, four, three, two 
and one, or. 

Henricus Ziselden. [No arms.] 

HENRICUS Percy : Argent, five fusils conjoined in fess 
sable. 

Johannes Holt: ..., three lions rampant ..., over all a 
bend ... 

Johannes Comerwill. [No arms.] 

Henricus Esturmy,de Woolfall, Obiit 34 Edwardi I. : 
..., three demi-lions rampant ... 

Willelmus Fitzwarren, Obiit 28 Edwardi I. : Quarterly, 
per fess indented ... 

Johannes Lorcy, de Axford : ..., a lion rampant ... 

EUSTACHIUS DE LA Hach, Obiit 34 Edwardi I. : Or, a 
cross engrailed gules. 

HUBERTUS HUSSEY, Obiit 12 Edwardi I.: Barry of six, 
ermine and gules. 

Johannp:s Tregos, de Lydyard Tregos : ..., two bars 
gemelles ..., in chief a lion passant ... 



282 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Willelmus Dunstanvill, DE Castelcom : [This name 
is partially obliterated, apparently with intention. Eds.] ..., 
fretty ..., on a canton ..., a lion passant ... 

Willelmus Muntfort, de Castelcom ..., a lion 
rampant ..., between five crosses crosslet ... 

Johannes Perham, de Perham : Argent, a chevron azure 
between three pears gules. 

Alexander Cheverell: Argent, three lions passant in 
pale sable. 

Warynus Mauduyt, de Warmister : Chequy or and 
azure, a bordure gules. 

Petrus Hussey, de Croydon, 35 Edwardi I. [No arms.] 

Willelmus de Grandison, de Lidiard Tregos : Paly 
of six, argent and azure, on a bend gules, three eagles dis- 
played or. 

Rogerus HUSSEY \ Or, a cross vert. 

Johannes Dabernon : Azure, a chevron or. 

Thomas West : Argent, a fess dancetty sable. 

Reginaldus Paveley, de Brooke: Azure, a cross 
fleuretty or. 

Johannes de la Mare, de Langle Burell: ..., three 
fishes haurient ... 

JOHANNES GASTELY: ..., ten billets, four, three, two and 
one ... 

Reginaldus Paveley, de Brooke, Obiit 21 Edwardi III.: 
Azure, a cross fleuretty argent. 

Herbertus St. Quyntyn : ..., two chevronels ... a chief 
vairy ... 

HlLDEBRAND DE LoUNDRES : Per pale, argent and sable, 
a chevron per pale gules and or. 

Johannes Mauduit de Wermister, 13 Edwardi III.: 
Chequy, or and azure, a bordure gules. 

Johannes Giffard, de Leghamton, 13 Edwardi III. 
[No arms.] 

Petrus Escudamore, de Upton, 13 Edwardi III. : Gules, 
three stirrup-irons leathered and buckled argent. 

PHILLIPPUS FlTZWARREN : Quarterly, per fess indented, 
argent and gules, in dexter chief an annulet sable. 

Reginaldus St. Martyn, de Warder : Sable, six lions 
rampant, three, two and one or. 

ROBERTUS HUNGERFORD, DE HETESBIRY : Per pale in- 
dented, argent and vert, a chevron gules. 

Johannes Ynge, de Corstor : Vert, a chevron between 
three eagles displayed or. 

Henricus Percy, de Cotteles, 13 Edwardi III. : Argent, 
five fusils conjoined in fess sable. 

Johannes Pavely, de Brooke : ..., a cross fleuretty ... 



List of Knights and others in Wiltshire. 283 

Laurencius St. Martyn, de Brooke: ..., six lions 
rampant, three, two and one, ... 

ROBERTUS Crevquer : ..., a cross voided ... 

Thomas Hungerford : Sable, two bars and in chief 
three roundels argent. 

RlCARDUS DE CUMB : Sable, three lions passant in pale or. 

Thomas Maudet, de Wermister : Chequy, or and azure, 
a bordure gules charged with eight bezants. 

Radulphus Cheyney, de Brooke: 46 Edwardi III.: 
..., four fusils conjoined in fess ..., each charged with an 
escallop ... 

Johannes St. Low: Argent, a bend sable, a label of 
three points gules. 

Thomas Kingston : ..., a lion rampant, double queued ... 

Johannes de la Mare, de ... : ..., two lions passant 
guardant in pale ... 

Reginaldus St. Martyn, de Warder, Obiit 8 Ed- 
wardi II. : Sable, six lions rampant, three, two and one, or. 

Andreas Grymsted, Obiit 17 Edwardi II.: Gules, three 
bars vair. 

Johannes Grymsted, 2 Edwardi II. : Gules, three bars 
vair. 

WlLLELMUS COTES, 2 Edwardi II. : Argent, a cross moline 
engrailed sable. 

THOMAS CHANCOMB, 2 Edwardi II. : Obiit 13 Edwardi II. : 
..., on a cross ..., five mullets ... 

Johannes Bukland : Gules, three lions rampant, argent, 
a quarter or fretty sable. 

Adam Ford : ..., three lions rampant ..., crowned ... 

Mattheus CLIVEDON : ..., a lion rampant ..., crowned ... 

Johannes Rous: Per pale ..., three lions rampant ... 

Johannes Tynhide. [No arms.] 

WALTERUS Paveley : Azure, a cross fleuretty or. 

Johannes Holt: ..., three lions rampant ..., over all a 
bend ... 

Walterus Paveley, de Brook, Obiit 20 Edwardi II. : ..., 
a cross fleuretty ... 

Walterus Escudamore, de Upton : ..., three stirrup- 
irons leathered and buckled ... 

Johannes Mauduit, de Wermister: Chequy ..., a 
bordure ... 

Johannes Ynge, de Corston : Vert, a chevron between 
three eagles displayed or. 

Robertus Faringdon : ..., on a bend ... three unicorns 
passant ... 

Alexander Cheverell, Obiit 4 Edwardi II.: ..., three 
lions passant in pale ... 



284 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Hugo Strode, de Membyry .... on a canton ... an estoile 
of five points wavy issuant out of a crescent ... 

Johannes St. Loe : Argent, a bend sable, a label of three 
points gules. 

Johannes Kingston : Sable, a lion rampant double 
queued or. 

Thomas St. Amand, vicecomes, primo regis Edwardi II. 
[No arms.] 

Laurencius St. Martyn, de Warden: ..., six lions 
rampant, three, two, and one ... 

Johannes Kingston : ..., a lion rampant double 
queued ... 

HENRICUS ESTURMY: ..., three demi-lions rampant ... 

WlLLELMUS ESTURMY: ..., three demi-lions rampant ... 

Walterus Romesey: ..., a fess ..., a label of three 
points ... 

THOMAS HUNGERFORD : Sable, two bars and in chief 
three roundels argent. 

Johannes Dantesy, de Dantesey : Per pale argent 
and or, three lions' heads, erased gules. 

Almaricus St. Amand : Or, fretty sable, on a chief of the 
last two mullets argent. 

RlCARDUS VERNUN DE HORNISHAM : Argent, fretty 
sable, a canton gules. 

Henricus Greene, de Warmister : Azure, three stags 
trippant or. 

Johannes Lisley, Obiit 13 Ricardi II.: ..., on a chief ..., 
three lions rampant ... 

Johannes Sturton, de Sturton : ..., a bend, between 
six roundels ... 

Walterus Hungerford, de ...: ..., two bars ... and in 
chief three roundels ... 

Radulphus Greene, de Wermister : Azure, three stags 
trippant or. 

Radulphus Cheyney, de Brooke, Obiit 2 Henrici IV. : 
Gules, four fusils conjoined in fess argent, each charged with an 
escallop sable. 

Johannes Dantesey, de Dantesey, Obiit 13 Henrici IV. : 
Per pale, argent and or, three lions' heads erased gules. 

Johannes Roche : Azure, three roaches naiant in pale 
argent. 

WlLLELMUS STURMY, DE WOOLFALL : ..., three demi-lions 
rampant ... 

Thomas de la Pole : Azure, a fess between three leopards' 
faces or. 

Willelmus Cheyney, de Brooke: ..., four fusils con- 
joined in fess ..., each charged with an escallop .... 



List of Knights and others in Wiltshire. 285 

WlLLELMUS STURTON : Sable, a bend or between six 
roundels argent. 

Thomas Rumsey, de Combiset : ..., a fess ..., a label of 
three points ... 

WALTERUS Bechamp : Gules, a fess between six martlets or. 

Johannes Sturton, de Sturton : Sable, a bend or 
between six fountains. 

Willelmus Bechamp : Gules, a fess between six mart- 
lets or. 

Willelmus Sturmy, de Wolfall, Obiit 6 Henrici VI. : 
..., three demi-lions rampant ... 

Willelmus Cheyney, de Brooke: ..., four fusils con- 
joined in fess ..., each charged with an escallop ... 

Edmundus Cheyney, de Brooke: ..., four fusils con- 
joined in fess ..., each charged with an escallop. 

W T ALTERUS, Dominus Hungerford : Sable, two bars and 
in chief three roundels argent. 

Thomas Rumsey : ..., a fess ..., a label of three points ... 

Johannes Stradling,de Dantesey : Paly of six, argent 
and azure, on a bend gules, three cinquefoils or. 

Thomas de la Pole: Azure, a fess ..., between three 
leopards' faces or. 

Johannes Chalers: Argent, a fess between two chevrons 
sable. 

Radulphus Greene, de Warmister : Azure, three stags 
trippant or. 

Willelmus Sturton, Dominus Sturton, Obiit 2 Ed- 
wardi IV. : Sable, a bend or between six fountains. 

Johannes Willoby, de Brooke : Quarterly first and 
fourth ..., a cross engrailed ..., second and third ..., a cross 
moline .... 

Johannes Beynton, de ..., Obiit 6 Edwardi IV. : ..., five 
fusils conjoined in bend ... 

Symon Lusshill, de Lusshill. [No arms.] 

Robertus, Dominus Hungerford : ..., two bars ... and 
in chief three roundels ... 

Edmundus Hungerford: ..., two bars ... and in chief 
three roundels ... 

Willelmus, Dominus Sturton: ..., a bend ... between 
six roundels ... 

Robertus Willoby, Dominus Brooke : Quarterly first 
and fourth ... a cross engrailed ... second and third a cross 
moline ... 

Johannes Lisley, Obiit 19 Henrici VII : ...,on a chief ..., 
three lions rampant. 

Johannes Lushill : Argent, four fusils conjoined in pale 
gules, a bordure azure charged with eight bezants. 



286 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

JOHANNES BAYNTON : ..., five fusils conjoined in bend ... 
CRISTOFERUS WROUGHTON : Argent, a chevron gules 
between three boars' heads couped sable. 

ROBERTUS WlLLOUGBY, DOMINUS BROOKE. [No arms.] 

WiLLELMUS, DOMINUS Sturton, Obiit 17 Henrici VIII. 
[No arms.] 

Edwardus, Dominus Sturton. [No arms.] 

Johannes Baynton : Sable, five fusils conjoined in bend 
argent. 

Edwardus Hungerford, Obiit 22 Henrici VIII.: Sable, 
two bars and in chief three roundels argent 

Christoferus Wroughton, Obiit 22 Henrici VIII. : 
Argent, a chevron gules between three boars' heads couped sable. 

Johannes Lisley : Argent on a chief azure three lions 
rampant or. 

Johannes Seymer : Gules, two wings conjoined in 
lure or. 

Johannes Hungerford: ..., two bars ... and in chief 
three roundels ... 

Henricus Long : Sable, semey of (8) crosses crosslet and 
a lion rampant argent. 



LIST OF 
PEERS AND OTHERS IN HAMPSHIRE, 

FROxM THE REIGN OF KING HENRY III. TO THAT OF 
KING JAMES I. 

WITH SOME 

ARMORIAL BEARINGS. 
(Pages 109 118.) 



[MlLITES TEMPORE HENRICI III.] 

SAYER QUYNCY, Comes Wintonie. [No arms.] 
Baldwinus Redvers, Dominus Insule Vectis. 
[No arms.] 

ROGERUS QUYNCY, COMES WlNTONIE. [No 
arms.] 

[WlLLELMUS ET ROBERTUS] ST. JOHN DE BASING. 
[No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS Lisley. [No arms.] 

[mllites tempore edwardi i.] 

Isabella, uxor Domini Willelmi de Fortibus, 
Domina Insule Vectis : Argent, a chief gules impaling or a 
lion rampant azure. 

Johannes, Dominus St. John de Basing, Obiit 
30 Edwardi I. : Argent, on a chief gules two mullets or. 

Johannes St. John, de Basing, filius Johannis: 
Argent, on a chief gules two mullets or. 

Johannes Wootton : Argent, a cross patty fitchy sable. 



288 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Johannes St. Helen. [No arms.] 

EDMUNDUS Spigurnell : Gules, fretty argent, on a chief 
or a lion passant guardant of the field. 

Johannes Furneaux : ..., five fusils conjoined in pale ... 

Johannes LlSLEY : ...,on a chief ... three lions rampant ... 

Johannes Cumpton, de Cumpton ..., three bars ... 
between ten martlets, three, three, three and one ... 

Johannes Weston : Argent, a fess sable, on a bordure 
gules eight bezants. 

Johannes, filius Johannis Weston : Argent, a fess 
sable, on a bordure engrailed gules eight bezants. 

ROGERUS St. John: Ermine, on a chief gules, two 
mullets or. 

AMISIUS St. John : Argent, six crosses crosslet fitchy, 
three, two and one, sable, on a chief gules two mullets or. 

Johannes St. John, de Lagenham : Argent, on a 
chief gules, two mullets or, a bordure engrailed vert. 

Johannes Scures, de Scures : Azure, fretty or. 

Thomas Pannell : Argent, two bars sable between eight 
martlets, three, two and three, gules. 

Willelmus Pannell: Argent, two bars azure between 
eight martlets, three, two and three gules. 

RlCARDUS BORHOUT : Argent, a fess between six martlets 
gules. 

Johannes Bluet: ..., an eagle with two heads dis- 
played ... 

EDMUNDUS Bacon : Gules, on a chief argent, two mullets 
sable. 

ADAMUS Gurdon : Gules, three leopards' faces jessant-de- 
lys argent. 

Johannes Randolf : Gules, on a cross argent five mullets 
sable. 

RlCARDUS Aston : Azure, a bend argent cotised between 
six crosses crosslet or. 

Jacobus Norton : Vert, a lion rampant or. 

Franciscus Marshall : Or, a cross moline gules. 

Radulphus Marshall ; Or, a cross moline gules. 

WILLELMUS COSSINGTON : Azure, three roses or. 

ROBERTUS DE LA Mare : ... two lions passant guardant in 
pale ... 

JORDANUS KINGSTON: ... a lion rampant, tail forked. 

Johannes de Hayne. [No arms.] 

THOMAS EVERCY ..., an eagle displayed ... 

Robertus Glamorgan : Sable, five fusils conjoined in 
bend argent. 

RlCARDUS AFFETON : Argent, a chevron engrailed between 
three fleurs-de-lys sable. 



List of Peers and others in Hampshire. 289 

Oliverus Souch, de Chardford : Gules, a chevron 
ermine between nine bezants, five and four. 

Johannes Biset, de Rockburn : Azure, ten bezants, 
four, three, two and one. 

ROBERTUS PUNCHERDON : Argent, ten roundels sables, 
four, three, two and one. 

HUGO de ESCOT : Sable, six escallops, three, two and 
one, or. 

WiLLELMUS WOODSAND. [No arms.] 

Johannes Popham, de Popham : Argent, on a chief gules 
two stags' head cabossed, or. 

Johannes de Vuedall, de Wickham : Argent, a cross 
moline ... 



[MlLITES TEMPORE EDWARDI II.] 

Hugo Spencer, Comes Wintonie. [No arms.] 

Johannes, Dominus St. John de Basing, Obiit 
29 Edwardi II. : ..., on a chief ... two mullets ... 

Hugo, Dominus St. John, filius Johannes : ... on a 
chief ... two mullets ... 

Johannes, Dominus Lisley: ..., on a chief ... three lions 
rampant ... 

Oliverus la Souch : ... a chevron between nine roundels, 
five and four ... 

Johannes Popham : Argent, on a chief gules two stags, 
heads cabossed or. 

Petrus Vuedall, de Wickham : Argent, a cross moline 
gules. 



[MlLITES TEMPORE EDWARDI III.] 

Edwardus, Dominus St. John de Basing, Obiit 23 Ed- 
wardi III. : ..., on a chief ... two mullets ... 

Bartholomeus, de Insula : ..., on a chief ... three lions 
rampant ... 

Johannes Hayne. [No arms.] 

Johannes Langford : ..., a fess ... between three estoiles 
of six points wavy ... 

Johannes Sancti Philberti, de Basing: Bendy of 
six azure and argent. 

Henricus Burghers, de Basing: ..., a lion rampant ... 

Johannes Burghers, de Est Worlegam : ..., a lion 
rampant, tail forked . . . 

Reginaldus Hussey, de Barton Stacy. [No arms.] 

Thomas de la Pole, de Rameridg [No arms.] 

19 



290 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

[Henrici IV., V. et VI.] 

Reginaldus West, Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 
Hugo Poynings, Dominus St. John de Basing. [No 
arms.] 

Johannes Popham. [No arms.] 

Robert Lisley, Obiit 25 Henrici VI. [No arms.] 

Mauricius Barkley, pe Batishorne. [No arms.] 

WlLLIELMUS, MARCHIO WlNTONIE, THESARARIUS 
Anglie. [No arms.] 

Johannes, Marchio Wintonie, filius Willelmi. 
[No arms.] 

Willelmus, Marchio Wintonie, filius Johannis. 
[No arms.] 

Willelmus, Marchio Wintonie, filius Willelmi. 
[No arms.] 

Willelmus West, Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 

Thomas West, Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 

[Johannes] Dominus Sandes de Vine. [No arms.] 

Temporibus Regis Edwardi IV. Regis Edwardi V. et 
Regis Ricardi III. 

Johannes Popham. [No arms.] 
Stephanus Popham, de Popham. [No arms.] 
Mauricius Barkley, de Batteshorn : Gules, a chevron 
between eight crosses, patty and a bordure argent. 

[Tempore Regis Henrici VII.] 

Ricardus West, Dominus la Warr, Obiit 17 Hen- 
rici VII. [No arms.] 

Reginaldus Bray. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Keloway, de Rockborn. [No arms.] 

Johannes Lisley, Obiit 19 Henrici VII.: ..., on a 
chief ... three lions rampant ... 

Johannes Powlet, de Basing : ..., three swords in pile, 
points in base ... in dexter chief a crescent ... 

Nicolaus Lisley, Obiit 22 Henrici VII.: ..., on a 
chief ... three lions rampant ... 

Willelmus Sandes; [No arms.] 

King Henry VIII. 

Willelmus Powlet, Dominus St. John de Basing. 
[No arms.] 

Thomas West Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 



List of Peers and others in Hampshire, 291 

WillelmuS, Dominus Sandes de Vine. [No arms.] 
Thomas, Dominus Wriotiiesley, de Ticiifild. [No 
arms.] 

WlLLELMTJS FlTZWlLLIAM, COMES SOUTIIAMTON. [No 

arms.] 

Radulphus Pexsall. [No arms.] 

Johannes Lisley. [No arms.] 

Thomas Lisley. [No arms.] 

Johannes Philpot. [No arms.] 

Johannes Keleway, de Rockborn. [No arms.] 

Georgius Powlet, de Crundall. [No arms.] 

WILLELMUS GiFFORD, DE Iching : Argent, ten roundels 
gules. 

King Edward VI. and Queene Mary. 

Willelmus Powlet, Marchio Wintonie. [No arms.] 
Johannes Poulet, Dominus St. John de Basing. 

[No arms.] 

Thomas Wkiothesley, Comes Southamtonie, Can- 

CELLARIUS Anglie. [No arms.] 

Henricus, Dominus Wkiothesley, filius Thome. 

[No arms.] 

Willelmus West, Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 
Thomas, Dominus Sandes de Vine. [No arms.] 

Queene Elizabeth. 

Willelmus, Marchio Wintonie, Thesaurarius 
Anglie. [No arms.] 

Johannes, Dominus St. John, Marchio Wintonie. 
[No arms.] 

Willelmus Powlet, Marchio Wintonie, filius 
Johannis. [No arms.] 

Willelmus, Marchio Wintonie, filius Willelmi. 
[No arms.] 

Henricus Wriotiiesley, Comes Southamtonie. [No 
arms.] 

Henricus, Comes Southamtonie, filius Henrici. [No 
arms.] 

Willelmus West, Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 

Thomas West, Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 

Thomas, Dominus Sandes de Vine. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Sandes, Dominus Sandes de Vyne. [No 
arms.] 

Henricus Wallop. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Kingesmill. [No arms.] 

19 2 



292 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Henricus Seamer, de Marwell. [No arms.] 

Ricardus Pexsall. [No arms.] 

Edwardus Horsy, Capitaneus Insule Vecte. [No 
arms.] 

Thomas West. [No arms.] 

Walterus Sandes. [No arms.] 

Johannes Seamer de Marwell. [No arms.] 

Henricus Giffard : Argent, ten roundels, four, three, 
two and one gules. 

Herbertus Powlet. [No arms.] 

Ricardus Powlet. [No arms.] 

[Milites tempore Jacobi priml] 

Willelmus Powlet, Marchio Wintonie. [No arms.] 

Henricus Wriothesley, Comes Southamtonie. [No 
arms.] 

Willelmus West, Dominus la Warr. [No arms.] 

Willelmus, Dominus Sandes. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Powlet. [No arms.] 

Ricardus Powlet. [No arms.] 

Benjamyn Tichborn, de Tichborn, Baronettus. 
[No arms.] 

Guy Palmes. [No arms.] 

Thomas West. [No arms.] 

Walterus Sandes. [No arms.] 

Johannes Seymer. [No arms.] 

Henricus Giffard. [No arms.] 

Herbertus Powlet. [No arms.] 

Henricus Wallop. [No arms.] 

Pexsal Brokas. [No arms.] 

Georgius Kingsmell. [No arms.] 

Franciscus South. [No arms.] 

Ricardus Worseley, Baronettus. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Jephson. [No arms.] 

Ricardus Giffard. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Kingsmell, de Sidmanton. [No arms.] 

Ricardus Tichborn. [No arms.] 

Walterus Tichborn. [No arms.] 

Guydo Palmes. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Kingswell. [No arms.] 

Walterus Norton. [No arms.] 

Gerardus Fleetwood. [No arms.] 

Georgius Palmes. [No arms.] 

Thomas Dabrigcort. [No arms.] 

Thomas Flemynge, Caput Justiciarius Anglie, 
Baronettus. [No arms.] 



List of Peers and others in Hampshire. 293 

Georgius Philpot. [No arms.] 

Johannes Philpot, filius Georgii. [No arms.] 

Danyel Norton. [No arms.] 

Henricus Whithed. [No arms.] 

Francicus Pell. [No arms.]' 

Georgius Cotton, de Warblington. [No arms.] 

Ricardus White. [No arms.] 

Robertus Dillington. [No arms.] 

Johannes Flemyng. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS VUEDALL, DE WlCKHAM, ET BARONETTUS. 
[No arms.] 

Ambrosius Button. [No arms.] 

Johannes Mewys. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS LlSLEY. [No arms.] 

Johannes Legh. [No arms.] 

Willelmus Mewys. [No arms.] 

Boyer WORSELEY. [No arms.] 

WlLLELMUS VUEDALL, FILIUS WlLLELMI. [No arms.] 

Thomas Bilson. [No arms.] 
Thomas Neale. [No arms.] 
Henricus Kingsmell. [No arms.] 



TENANTS OF 
LANDS AND MANORS IN ENGLAND, 

FROM THE REIGN OF HENRY III. TO THE 32ND YEAR OF 
KING HENRY VIII. 

EXTRACTED FROM VARIOUS RECORDS. 

(Pages 37, 39 107O 



Brevia COLLECTA EX DIVERSIS RECORDIS de TENURIS. 



Bussell. 

Bechamp. 

Dinham. 

Botreaux. 

Soleigny. 

Pruz. 



ROBERTUS BUSSELL tenet manerium 
de Tyngwike in comitatu Devonie in 
capite de rege Henrici III. 

Robertus Bechamp tenet maneria de Stokes et 
Merston et Schepton, in comitatu Glocestrie 
de rege Henrici III. 

Galfridus Dinham tenet manerium de Hert- 
land in comitatu Devonie de domino rege 
Henrici III. 

Willelmus de Botereaux tenet maneria de Mor- 
tein, Penhele [et] Crakhampton in capite de 
rege Henrici III. 

Andreas de Soleigny tenet manerium de Kyners- 
don in comitatu Somersetie de rege Hen- 
rici III. in capite. 

Willelmus de Prus tenet manerium de Gydley 
in comitatu Devonie de rege Henrici III. in 
capite. 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 295 



Vere. 



Averinches, 

Mules. 

Basset. 

Basset. 

Umfrevil. 

Tony. 

Talbot. 

Tracy. 

Plecy. 

Poynz. 

Mortymer. 



Hugo de Vere, comes Oxonie, tenet maneria 
de Colne et Heugham ut camerarius regis. 
Tenet etiam manerium de Eystresham ut de 
honore de Bulbeck in comitatu Bokingham, 
et manerium de Celham in comitatu Essex, et 
manerium de Kensenton in comitatu Middle- 
sex, ut domini regis Henrici III. camerarius. 

Johannes de Averinches tenet manerium de 
Bromland, in comitatu Somersetie de rege, 
Henrici III. in capite. 

Nicolaus de Muleis tenet manerium de Cadbury, 
in comitatu Somersetie de rege Henrici III. in 
capite. 

Radulphus Basset tenet manerium de Berwike, 
in comitatu Somersetie in capite de rege 
Henrici III. 

Phillippus Basset tenet manerium de Telleshurt, 
in comitatu Essex, et manerium de Woking 
in comitatu Surrey de rege Henrici III. 

Henricus de Umfrevill tenet maneria de Kil- 
menton et Toryton in comitatu Devonie de 
rege Henrici III. in capite. 

Rogerus Tony tenet maneria de Southtawton, 
Kertling et Waltonstovv, in comitatu Devonie 
et Flamsted in comitatu Hartfordie de rege 
Henrici III. in capite. 

Gilbertus Talbot tenet maneria de Ecleswall et 
Lynton in comitatu Herefordie in capite die 
quo obiit, et Ricardus Talbot est filius et heres 
predicti Gilberti, 1 Edwardi I. 

Henricus Tracy tenet de rege in capite maneria de 
Fremington, Barnstable, Tawstoke et Nymett, 
parcelle baronie Barnstable, 1 Edwardi I. 

Willielmus de Placetis tenet de rege in capite 
maneria de Newton, Avebrige et Exton, in 
comitatu Somersetie, 2 Edwardi I. 

Nicolaus de Poyns tenet de rege in capite 
maneria de Ho et diversas alias terras in 
comitatu Cantie, et manerium de Cory Malet, 
in comitatu Somersetie, 2 Edwardi I. 

Hugo Mortymer de Castro Ricardi tenet mane- 
rium de Wickleband, parcella baronie de 
Bureford, quod jacet in comitatu Salopie, et 
manerium de Castro Ricardi quod jacet in 
comitatu Bokenham, 2 Edwardi I. 



296 



Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Dawbeney. Symon de Albaneto tenet die quo obiit manerium 

de Caynho per dimidium Baronie de rege in 

capite, 2 Edwardi I. 

Mucegros. Jordanus de Mucegros tenet manerium de 

Berton, et unum feodum militis in Kenemer- 

ton, in comitatu Glocestrie, et manerium de 

Northon, in comitatu Somersetie, 3 Edwardi I. 

Basset. Ricardus Basset tenet manerium de Weldon, in 

comitatu Northamptonie, de rege in capite per 

baroniam, 4 Edwardi I. 

Crubb. Joanna, uxor Roberti Crubb, Alicia, uxor Wil- 

Pruz. lielmi le Pruz, Joanna uxor Hugonis Luccomb, 

Lucomb. et Elizabetha, uxor Nicholai Wanton * sunt 

Wanton. participes heredes Willelmi de Reigny, 4 Ed- 

Regny. wardi I. 

Dynant. Alda filia Galfridi Dynant tenet de rege in capite 

Villa de Bardford ut de honore de Bonony, in 

comitatu Essex, 5 Edwardi I. 

Lincoln. Albreda de Lyncolnia tenet de rege in capite 

Fitzpayn. diversas terras in comitatu Dorsetie, et Ro- 

Govys. bertus filius Pagani et Willelmus Govys sunt 

nepotes et heredes dicte Albrede, 6 Edwardi I. 

Gurney. Ada de Gorney obiit seisita de diversis terris in 

Clifford. comitatu Glocestrie et Robertus Clifford est 

cognatus et proxime heres, 7 Edwardi I. 
Paveley. Johannes de Paveley tenet tempore mortis mane- 

rium de Bikenhull, in comitatu Somersetie de 
rege in capite, 8 Edwardi I. 
Fitzpayn. Robertus Fitzpayn tenet die obitus manerium 

de Chamberg, cum membris et dimidium 
baronie qua Rogerus Arondel tenet in comitatu 
Dorsetie. 
Idem tenet manerium de Coden, et dimidium 
manerii de Cherleton Makerel, et dimidium 
baronie in comitatu Somersetie, 8 Edwardi I. 
Keynes. Robertus Keynes tenet manerium de Thelworth, 

cum custodia foreste de Braden, et manerium 
de Stowford, in comitatu Wiltes, et manerium 
de Tarent Keynes, in comitatu Dorsetie, 10 
Edwardi I. 
Audelegh. Willelmus de Audelegh tenet manerium de 

Egmondefi, in comitatu Salopie de rege in 
capite, 1 1 Edwardi I. 

* Elizabeth Horsey and Nicholas Walton were two of the heirs of William 
de Reigny. Eds. ' 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 297 



Mortimer. Rogerus Mortymer tenet castellum de Bridg- 

water, cum burgo et diversis aliis terris in 
comitatu Somersetie de rege, 11 Edwardi I. 

Keynes. Johannes Keynes tenet manerium de Midelton 

Keynes, in comitatu Buckingham de rege, 
11 Edwardi I. 

Vepont. Robertus de Veteri Ponte obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatu Westmerland et cetera, et Sibilla 
[Isabella] uxor [Rogeri] Clifford est filia et 
[co-]heres predicti Roberti, 11 Edwardi I. 

Muzard. Johannes Muzard tenet manerium de Seinbury, 

in comitatu Glocestrie, et Stanlege, in comitatu 
Derbie, de rege, 12 Edwardi I. 

Spichwike. Willelmus Spichewike obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et Michael Spichwik est 
Alius et heres, 12 Edwardi I. 

Dawbeney. Willelmus Dawbeney tenet manerium de Kine- 

riston, in comitatu Somersetie, de rege in 
capite, 13 Edwardi I. 

Bourchier. Willelmus Bourchier obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu [Southamptonie] et cetera, 
et Robertus Bourchier est filius et heres 
13 Edwardi I. 

Fitzpeter. Reginaldus Fitz Peter tenet manerium de Chuy- 

ton, in comitatu Somersetie de hereditate 
Joanne, uxoris ejus, manerium de Haishfield 
et diversas alias terras in comitatu Somersetie, 
manerium de Columbar in comitatu Glocester, 
manerium de Stanton, in comitatu Wiltes, 
obiit 14 Edwardi I. 

Sully. Walterus de Sully tenet quintam partem baronic 

de Toryton, de rege in capite, 14 Edwardi I. 

Damarell. Willelmus de Albemarl tenet manerium de 

Woodbyry, in comitatu Devonie de rege in 
capite, 17 Edwardi I. 

Maundevill. Walterus Maundevill obijt seisitus de terris in 
comitatu Cornubie et Sibilla uxor Henrici 

Bodrugan. Bodrugan est soror et heres, 17 {i.e., 16] 

Edwardi I. 

Hussey. Henricus Hussey tenet manerium de Moreton, 

in comitatu Barks, de rege in capite, 18 
Edwardi I. 



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Gorges. 

Hussey. 
De la Mare. 

Molton. 

Mules. 



Moigne. 

Peverel. 
Bonvill. 
Gurney. 
St. Martyn. 



Ferrers. 
Mucegros. 



Radulphus Gorges tenet unum feodum in 
Alrebut [in comitatu Oxoniae], de hereditate 
Isabelle [? Margaretae filiae Simonis de Bryone] 
uxoris sue, de rege in capite, 18 Edwardi I. 

Henricus Hussey tenet terras in Southmerston 
in comitatu Barks de rege, 18 Edwardi I. 

Petrus de la Mare tenet manerium de Stuple 
Lanerton, in comitatu Wiltes de rege, 19 
Edwardi I. 

Thomas de Molton obiit [seisitus] de manerium 
de Gillesland et aliis terris, tenet et cetera, et 
Thomas est filius et heres, 21 Edwardi I. 

Rogerus de Mules tenet in capite manerium de 
Cenerorton, in comitatu Oxonie, Villam de 
Hardwike in comitatu Bokingham, Barkham- 
sted Parva in comitatu Hartfordie, manerium 
de King Karswill et Hundredum de Haytor, 
manerium de Dupeford, in hundredo de Stan- 
burgh, in comitatu Devonie, maneria de 
Maperton, Cadley et Halton in comitatu 
Somersetie, et manerium de Oxton in comi- 
tatu Berks, et obiit 23 Edwardi I. 

Willelmus le Moygne tenet die obitus manerium 
de Cyres in comitatu Dorsetie, Schepton 
Magna, in comitatu Glocestrie, et manerium 
de Wynterborn, Maydentowne, per servicium 
esse larderarius domini regis, 23 Edwardi I. 

Hugo Peverell tenet et cetera manerium de 
Sampford Peverell, de rege in capite, 23 
Edwardi I. 

Nicolaus Bonvill tenet dimidium manerii de 
Dulverton, in comitatu Somersetie de rege 
et cetera, 23 Edwardi I. 

Helena Gurney tenet manerium de Harptrew, 
in comitatu Somersetie de rege in capite, 23 
Edwardi I. 

Laurencius St. Martin tenet villam de Pulton, 
proxime Crikland, in comitatu Wiltes, de rege 
et cetera, 24 Edwardi I. 

Hawisia, uxor Johannis Ferrers, est cognata 
[neptis] et heres Cicelie Mucegros, 24 Ed- 
wardi I. 



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Flemyng. Ricardus le Flemyng obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu Devonie, et Baldwinus est 
films et heres, 24 Edwardi I. [Inq. p. m., 
29 Edwardi I.]. 

Seamor. Rogerus filius et heres Henrici de Seamor, 

24 Edwardi I. 

Mortimer. Willelmus Mortimer tenet castellum de Bridg- 

water de rege in capite, et terciam partem 
manerii de Bridgwater, in comitatu Somer- 
setie, duas partes manerii de Wolverton, et 
Odecomb, in comitatu Somersetie, et Kingston 
in comitatu Cambridge, 25 Edwardi I. 

Moun. Willelmus de Moun tenet die obitus manerium 

de Sturmister Marshal in comitatu Dor- 
setie de rege in capite, 25 Edwardi I. 

Matrevers. Johannes Matravers obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu Dorsetie, et Johannes est 
filius et heres, 25 [Edwardi I.]. 

Ufford. Robertus de UfTord tenet die obitus manerium 

de Creford, in comitatu Suffolkie, tenet de 
rege, 26 Edwardi I. 

Cantilupe. Milisenta de Cantilupe obiit seisita de manerio 

de Totenays et aliis terris in comitatu Devonie, 

Zouch. et Willelmus la Zouch est filius et heres, 27 

Edwardi I. 

Dinham. Oliverus Dinham tenet die obitus manerium de 

Harpford, Notwell et Hartland, in comitatu 
Devonie, tenet in capite, 27 Edwardi I. 

Plokenet. Alarms Plokenet tenet manerium de Haselbyry, 

in comitatu Somersetie, manerium de Gemny, 
in comitatu Berks et Podington in comitatu 
Oxfordie, 27 Edwardi I. 

Murdak. Willelmus Murdake, obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu Northamptonie, et cetera, 
et Thomas Murdake est filius heres, 27 
Edwardi I. 

de la Pole. Walterus de la Pole obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris et tenementis in comitatu Oxonie, et 
cetera, et Johannes est filius et heres, 27 
Edwardi I. 

Sanford. Thomas Sanford obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu Dorsetie, et quod Ada filia est et 
heres dicti Thome, 27 Edwardi I. 



300 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Mortimer. Mabilia de Mortimer tenet die obitus manerium 

de Brigwater, in comitatu Somersetie de rege 
in capite, 28 Edwardi I. 

Hussey. Nicolaus Hussey tenet, et cetera, manerium de 

Rolledon, in comitatu Wiltes de rege, 28 
Edwardi I. 

Mohun. Willelmus de Moun tenet die quo obiit manerium 

de Sturmister Marshall, in comitatu Dorsetie 
de rege in capite, 28 Edwardi I. 

de la Pole. Willelmus [Walterus] de la Pole [Poyle] tenet 

die obitus manerium de Hamton Stovein in 
comitatu [Oxonie], 28 Edwardi I. 

Peverell. Thomas Peverell tenuit die obitus maneria de 

Sampford et Aire Peverell, in comitatu 
Devonie de rege in capite, et hundredum de 
Staple in comitatu Wiltes, ut de manerio de 
Sampford, 28 Edwardi I. 

Maudut. Warinus Mauduit tenet manerium de Warmister 

in comitatu Wiltes de rege, 29 Edwardi I. 

Dinham. Joceus Dinham tenet manerium de Buckland, 

in comitatu Somersetie, maneria de Donegny, 
Cardynan et Bokerell, in Cornubia, maneria 
de Harpford, Notwell et Hartland, in comitatu 
Devonie, 29 Edwardi I. 

Russell. Radulphus Russell tenet manerium de Hors- 

ington, in comitatu Somersetie de rege, 
29 Edwardi I. 

Tregoz. Johannes Tregoz obiit seisitus de manerio de 

Warr. Chelworth, et cetera, et Johannes le Warr 

[filius Rogeri le Ware et Clarissiae filiae dicti 
Johannis Tregoz] cognatus, et Sibilla uxor 

Grauntson. Willelmus Grauntson [Grandisson] filia dicti 

Johannis Tregoz sunt heredes dicti Johannis 
et Clare, uxoris sue, 29 Edwardi I. 

Tregoz. Johannes Tregoz tenet die obitus manerium 

de Chelworth, in comitatu Somersetie, ut de 
honore de Ewias, 30 Edwardi I. 

Mucegros. Cecilia Mucegros tenet die quo obiit diversis 

terris in comitatu [Glocestrie], et Hawisia 

Ferrers. uxor Johannis Ferrers est cognata [neptis] et 

heres, 30 Edwardi I. 

Walleys. Ingeramus Walleis tenet die obitus manerium 

de Langton, in comitatu Dorsetie, per servi- 
cium dimidium feodi, 31 Edwardi I. 



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Molton. Thomas Molton, nepos et heres Thome filii 

Lamberti de Molton, de Gillesland, 31 Ed- 
wardi I. 

Montcheinsy. Dionisia de Monte Canisio obiit seisita de 
diversis terris in [comitatu Wygornie] et 

Vere. cetera, et Dionisia uxor Hugonis Vere est 

cognata et proxima heres, 32 Edwardi I. 

Mulis. Rogerus de Mulis obiit seisitus de manerio de 

Kingscarswell, et aliis terris in comitatu 
Devonie, et Johannes est filius et heres, 

32 Edwardi I. 

Basset. Willelmus Basset tenet die quo obiit manerium 

de Tehydy, in comitatu Cornubie, per servi- 
cium dimidium feodi militis, et Trevalga per 
servicium parte unius feodi, 33 Edwardi I. 

Gurnay. Johannes Gurney obiit seisitus de manerio de 

Benerston, in comitatu Wiltes, et Elizabetha 

Ap Adam. uxor Johannis Ap Adam est filia et heres, 

33 Edwardi I. 

Mortimer. Agatha Mortimer tenet octavam partem manerii 

de Sturmister Marshall, in comitatu Dorsetie 
de rege in capite, 33 Edwardi I. 

Gorges. Thomas Gorges tenet manerium de Schepton 

Marward, in comitatu Dorsetie de rege 
et cetera, 33 Edwardi I. 

Valletort. Radulphus de Valletorta tenet maneria de 

Hurberton et Brixhamde rege, 33 Edwardi I. 

Esturmy. Henricus Esturmy tenet diversas terras in 

comitatu Wiltes de rege, et cetera, et Henricus 
est filius et heres, 34 Edwardi I. 

Burgheirs. Robertus de Burgheirs tenet duas partes 

manerii de Bocton in comitatu [Kancie] ut 
de honore de Boloina, 34 Edwardi I., et 
Stephanus Burghersh est filius et heres, 

34 Edwardi I. 

Hussey. Petrus de Hussey tenet manerium de Rolledon 

in comitatu Wiltes de rege, 34 Edwardi I. 

Urtiaco sive Walterus de Urtiaco tenet manerium de Cory 
Lorty. Rivell, in comitatu Somersetie, et Henricus est 

filius et heres, 34 Edwardi I. 

Ferrers. Reginaldus de Ferrers obiit seisitus de maneria 

de Newton Ferrers et Beere in comitatu 
Devonie et W[illelmus] est filius et heres, 
34 Edwardi I. 



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Poynz. 

Stafford. 

Aldelegh. 
Arches. 
Carmyno. 
Mules. 



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Valletort. 

Tuchet. 

Russel. 



tenet manerium 
Chester, de rege 



de 
in 



Johannes de Poynez tenet manerium de Cory 
Malet, et diversas alias [terras], in comitatu 
Somersetie, I Edwardi II. 

Edmondus nuper baro Staffordie tenuit die quo 
obiit maneria de Stafford, Bradley et Madeley, 
cum pertinenciis, in comitatu Staffordie, 

2 Edwardi II. 
Thomas de Aldighlegh 

Newhall in comitatu 
capite, 2 Edwardi II. 

Nicolaus Arches obiit seisitus de diversis tern's 
in comitatu Oxonie, et Edmondus est filius et 
heres, 2 Edwardi II. 

Rogerus Carmyno obiit seisitus de diversis tern's 
in comitatu Cornubie, et Oliverus est filius et 
heres, 2 Edwardi II. 

Johannes de Mules tenet die obitus manerium 
de Overonton,in comitatu Oxfordie, manerium 
de Sodington, in comitatu Lecestrie, in capite 
in libero socagio, per servicium 1 parisiis 
calcarium de auratorum vel vj d per annum, 
tenet etiam manerium de Upper Wallop, in 
comitatu Southamptonie, per 1 feodum 
manerium de North Cadbery, in comitatu 

. Somersetie, per servicium dimidium baronie 
de manerio de Herdwike, in comitatu Buk- 
ingham, cum dimidia parte hamleti de Kene- 
well et Werdon, dimidium manerii de Sutton 
in comitatu Dorsetie, per dimidium feodi 
manerii de Karswill Regis et Dupeford, cum 
hundredis de Haytorr et Stanburgh in 
comitatu Devonie, de rege in capite, 

3 Edwardi II. 

Margareta, que fuit uxor Roberti de Valletorta 
obiit seisita de terris in comitatu Cornubie et 
Thomas est filius et heres, 4 Edwardi II. 

Willelmus Tuchet obiit seisitus de diversis terris 
in comitatu Salopie, et Willelmus est filius et 
heres, 4 Edwardi II. 

Willelmus Russell tenet die quo obiit maneriam 
de Durehay, in comitatu glocestrie, Est 
Bedwyn, in comitatu Wiltes, Herdwike, in 
comitatu Bokingham, Upton, in comitatu 
Barks, Horsington, in comitatu Somersetie, 
et Yeverland et Wath, in comitatu South- 
amptonie, 4 Edwardi II. 



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Sturmy. Willelmus Sturmy obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris, in comitatu [Ebor] et Ricardus est 
Alius et heres, 5 Edwardi II. 

Poinz. Nicolaus Poyns tenet manerium de Cory Malet, 

in comitatu Somersetie, de rege in capite, 
5 Edwardi II. 

De la Hay. Petrus de la Hay obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu [Sussex], et Johanna uxor Philippi 
Hurst. Hurst est filia et heres, 5 Edwardi II. 

Carew. Nicolaus Carew obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu [Berks], et Johannes est filius et 
heres, 6 Edwardi II. 

Vere. Alicia Comitissa Oxonie obiit seisita de diversis 

terris in comitatu Cancie, Surrie et cetera, et 
Robertus Vere, comes Oxonie, est filius et 
heres, 6 Edwardi II. 

Zouch. Alanus la Zouch tenet manerium de North- 

molton, in comitatu Devonie, 7 Edwardi II. 

Carmyno. Rogerus de Carmyno obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu Cornubie, et Walterus est 
filius et heres, 7 Edwardi II. 

Moyne. Henricus le Moign tenet manerium de Schupton, 

in comitatu Glocestrie, per servicium esse 
lardiarius reges; tenet etiam maneria de 
Curemoigne, in comitatu Dorsetie, et Eston, 
in comitatu Essex, per servicium predictum, 
8 Edwardi II. 

Fitzpayn. Robertus Fitzpayne tenet manerium de Credden, 

in comitatu Somersetie, per 4 partem feodis, 
manerium de Stoke Cursy cum hundredo de 
Cannington et hamlettam de Radway, per 
servicium feodis, manerium de Chellegh, in 
comitatu Dorsetie per servicium 1 feodis, 
hamlettam de Potington, in comitatu 
Devonie per servicium dimidium feodis, 
8 Edwardi II. 

Arches. Edmundus de Arches obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu [Glocestrie] et Galfridus est 
filius et heres, 8 Edwardi II. 

Peverell. Jacobus Peverell obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu Devonie et Cornubie, et Hugo est 
filius et heres, 8 Edwardi II. 



304 Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Audelegh. Nicolaus de Audelegh tenet manerium de 

Egmondon et villatam Novi Burgi de rege in 
capite, per servicium unius espervarii mutarii 
ad Scaccarium, et iiij d ad idem Scaccarium, 
et manerium de Ford ad idem Scaccarium 
reddendum xij 1 , 10 Edwardi II. 

St. Maur. Nicolaus St. Maur tenet manerium de North 

Molton, in comitatu Devonie, manerium de 
Palton, in comitatu Wiltes, 10 Edwardi II. 

Knovill. Johannes Knovill tenet hamelettam de Trevalga, 

in comitatu Cornubie, 10 Edwardi II. 

Mortymer. Henricus Mortimer tenet quartam partem 

manerii de Sturmister Marshall, et quartam 
partem hundredi de Loseburgh, in comitatu 
Dorsetie, et sextam partem manerii de Luton, 
in comitatu Bedfordie, 10 Edwardi II. 

Vernet. Johannes de Verneto obiit seisitus de diversis 

Hussey. terris in comitatu [Dorsetie] et Rogerus Hussey 

est cognatus et heres, 10 Edwardi II. 

Nansladron. Serlo de Nansladron tenet manerium de Alletes, 
in comitatu Cornubie, de rege, 11 Edwardi II. 

Valletort. Johannes Valletort obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et Radulphus est filius 
et heres, 12 Edwardi II. 

Zouch. Matilda, uxor Willelmi la Zouch, filia et heres 

Lovell. Johannis Lovell de Tichmarsh, 12 Edwardi II. 

Roald. Henricus filius Alani Roald obiit seisitus de 

manerio de Dodbroke, in comitatu Devonie, 
et Rogerus est filius et heres, 12 Edwardi II. 

[Tuchet.] Thomas Tuchet obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu [Derbie, etc.] et Robertus est filius 
et heres, 13 Edwardi II. 

Sturmy. Margareta Sturmy obiit seisita de diversis terris 

in comitatu Wiltes, et Henricus Sturmy est 
filius et heres dicte Margerete, 14 Edwardi II. 

Montacut. Willelmus Montacute tenet manerium de Thorle- 

bere in capite, Schepton Montacut, Chedsy, 
manerium de Donyete, membrum de Shepton, 
maneria de Jerlington [et] Aston Clinton, et 
manerium Fyneton, et Wombernford proxime 
Cottelegh, in comitatu Devonie, 14 Edwardi II. 

Vuedall. Johannes de Vuedall tenet die obitus terras in 

Hamshire, et quod Petrus de Vuedall est 
filius et heres, 15 Edwardi II. 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 305 



Urtiaco, Henricus de Urtiaco obiit seisitus de manerio 

sive de Cory Rivell, in comitatu Somersetie, et 

Lorty. Johannes est filius et heres, 15 Edwardi II. 

Fitz Reginald. Petrus filius Reginaldi tenet maneriumdeChuton, 
in comitatu Somersetie, dimidium manerii de 
Westkington, in comitatu Wiltes, et manerium 
de Sellings, in comitatu Cancie, de rege in 
capite, 16 Edwardi II. 

Wigbeare. Wilielmus de Wigebeare obiit seisitus de manerio 

de Wigbeare, in comitatu Somersetie, et quod 
Ricardus est frater et heres, 18 Edwardi II. 

Zouch. Matilda, uxor Willelmi la Zouch, filia et heres 

Lovell. Johannis Lovell de Tichmersh, 18 Ed- 

wardi II. 

Plokenet. Alanus Plokenet tenet manerium de Haselbyry 

in capite, manerium de Kilpek in franca [firma], 
et manerium de Mymestoke, in comitatu 
Southamton, 19 Edwardi II. 

Rivers. Johannes Rivers tenet maneria de Launcyan, 

Treglost, Kisewik et cetera, de manerio de 
Trevorn, in Cornubia, 19 Edwardi II. 

Bohun. Johanna Bohun, de Kilpek, obiit seisita de 

diversis terris in comitatibus [Southamptonie 

De la Warr. et Somersetie] et Ricardus de la Warr est 

filius et heres, 2 Edwardi III. 

Wake. Jana, que fuit uxor Hugonis Wake, tenet die 

quo obiit manerium de Winterborn Stoke, in 
comitatu Wiltes, et Thomas Wake est filius 
et heres dicti Hugonis et Jane, 2 Edwardi III. 

Basset. Thomas Basset tenet die qui obiit villam de 

Netherhaddon, in comitatu Derbie, et Johannes 
est filius et heres, 2 Edwardi III. 

Mohun. Johannes Mohun, senior, tenet die quo obiit 

manerium de Gravell, ut de manerio de 
Odiham, et Johannes est filius et heres, 
4 Edwardi III. 

Sanford. Alda [filia Thomae] de Sanford tenet die obitus 

sextam partem ville de Malbone Nonhall, 
[et de] Aston proxime Nonhall, et duas 
partes de Hasbutton per servicium militare, 

Matravers. et Jana, uxor Johannis Matravers, est filia et 

heres, 4 Edwardi III. 

Killigrew. Henricus Killigrew tenuit die obitus duas feoda 

militum [in] Moreton, in comitatu Cornubie, 
et Johannes est filius et heres, 5 Edwardi III. 

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306 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Verdon. Theolbaldus de Verdon obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatibus [Oxonie, Salopie, Herefordie 

et Stafifordie], et Johanna uxor Thome 

Furnevall. Furnevall, Elizabetha uxor Bartholomeus 

Burghersh. Burgheirs, Margareta uxor Willelmi Blunt 

Blount. et Isabella uxor Henrici Ferrers sunt filie 

Ferrers. et heredes predicti Theobaldi Vernon, 5 Ed- 

wardi III. 

Dawbeney. Johannes de Albiniaco tenet die obitus manerium 
de Henton in comitatu Southamptonie, et 
Elias est filius et heres, 6 Edwardi III. 

Biset. Johannes Biset tenet die obitus terciam partem 

manerii de Kiderminster, in comitatu Here- 
fordie, et manerium de Rockburn, in comitatu 

Martin. Hamshire, et Margareta uxor Roberti Martyn 

est soror et heres, 6 Edwardi III. 

Columbers. Phillippus de Columbers, et Elinora uxor ejus, 

in jure dicte Elinore, tenent de rege sibi et 
heredibus masculis, manerium de Nither- 
stawey, manerium de Peryton, cum hamlet- 
tam de Donhed, per servicium dimidie baronie. 

Audelegh. Remanere Jacobo Audelegh habendum pro 

termino vite, remanere Rogero Audelay filio 
Jacobi et heredibus de corpore et pro defectu 
talis exitus, remanere Nicolas Audelegh, filio 
et heredi predicti Jacobi, 6 Edwardi III. 

Romesey. Walterus de Romesey obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatibus Southamtonie et Somersetie, et 
Johannes Rommesey est filius et heres, 8 Ed- 
wardi III. 

Mohun. Johannes Mohun de Ham obiit seisitus de 

manerio de Ham et aliis terris, in comitatu 
Dorcetie, et Johannes est filius et heres, 

9 Edwardi III. 

Mulis. Nicolaus Mulis obiit seisitus de manerio de 

Kingkarswell et aliis terris, in comitatu 
Devonie et Somersetie, et Rogerus Mulis est 
filius et heres, 9 Edwardi III. 

Bechamp. Johannes Bechamp obiit seisitus de manerio 

de Hach, Stoke subtus Hemden, Shepton 
Bechamp, et de manerio de Boltbury, in comi- 
tatu Devonie, et Johannes est filius et heres, 

10 Edwardi III. 



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Poinz. Hugo Poinz obiit seisitus de manerio de Corry 

Malet, in comitatu Somersetie, et Ntcolaus est 
filius et heres, 11 Edwardi III. 

Mules. Margareta, que fuit uxor Nicolai de Mules, tenet 

de hereditate Murielis et Isabelle, filiarum 
Johannis Mules, maneria de Kingscarswill, 
Tupeford et North Cadbury, parcella baronie 
de Maperton, 12 Edwardi III. 

Nevvburgh. Robertus Newburgh obiit seisitus de manerio 

de Winfride et diversis aliis terris, in comitatu 
Dorcetie, et Thomas est filius et heres, 12 
Edwardi III. 

Lisley. Johannes de Insula, de Gatcomb, in comitatu 

Southampton, tenuit manerium de Gatcomb, 
et Johannes est filius et heres, 12 Edwardi III. 

Wilmington. Johannes de Wilmington tenet manerium de 
Frampton Coterell, et Radulphus est filius et 
heres, 14 Edwardi III. 

Monthermer. Thomas de Mounthermer tenet in capite maneria 
de Stokenham, Pyworthy et Okeford, in comi- 
tatu Devonie, et Margareta est filia et heres ; 
tenuit etiam maneria de Hamton et Warbling- 
ton in Southamton, 14 Edwardi III. 

Urtiaco Henricus de Urtiaco tenet conjuncturi cum 

[sive] Sibilla uxore sua manerium de Cory Rivell, 

Lorty. cum advocacione ecclesie, Stoke Dristre et 

Coklington, cum advocacione ecclesie, et 
manerium de Langport, et Jonannes est filius 
et heres, 15 Edwardi III. 

Russel. Theobaldus Russell tenuit die obitus manerium 

de Derham, cum pertinenciis, in comitatu 
Buckinham, per servicium unius feodi, et 
tenuit de hereditate Elinore, uxore sue, 
manerium de Manerland, in comitatu 
Southamptonie ; tenuit etiam maneria de Hor- 
sington, in comitatu Somersetie, et Upton, 
in comitatu Berks, et Radulphus est filius 
et heres 16 Edwardi III. 

Basset. Radulphus Basset tenuit die obitus manerium 

de Weldon in comitatu Northamptonie, et 
Radulphus est filius et heres, 16 Edwardi III. 

Audelegh. Margareta, que fuit uxor Hugonis Audelegh 

[junior], comes Glocestrie, tenuit manerium 
de Fordington, in comitatu Dorsetie, 16 
Edwardi III. 

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Columbers. Phillippus de Columbers, et Elinora uxor, ut de 

jure ejusdem Elinore, tenuit sibi et heredibus 
masculis de corpore, maneria de Netherstawey 
et Peryton, cum hamletta de Donhed per 

Audeley. dimidium baronie. Remanere Jacobo Audeley 

pro termino vite, remanere Rogero, filio Jacobi, 
et heredes de corpore et pro defectu Nicolao, 
filio et heredibus dicte Jacobi. Tenuit etiam 
maneria de Barstable, Fremington, Holm, 
Combmartyn, Bovetracy, Nymet Tracy, 
quintam partem maneriide Torrington, mane- 
rium de Postling, in comitatu Cancie, et 
Showe in Berks. Remanere Jacobo de 

Columbers. Adelegh. Et Stephanus Columbers, parsona 

Ecclesie de Shirwel, est frater et proximus 
heres predicti Phillippi, 16 Edwardi III. 

Moygne. Johannes le Moign tenuit die obitus manerium 

de Oure, in comitatu Dorsetie per francam 
[firmam], et Henricus de Moigne est Alius et 
heres, 16 Edwardi III. 

Russel. Willelmus Russell filius Theobaldi tenet pro 

termino vite sue manerium de Knighton, et 
Theobald us Russel est frater et heres, 17 
Edwardi III. 

St. John. Edwardus St. John obiit seisitus de manerio de 

Basing, in comitatu Southampton, et Mar- 

St. Philbert. gareta, uxor Johannis St. Philbert, et Isabella, 

Burghersh. uxor Henrici Burghers, sunt sorores et heredes, 

17 Edwardi III. 

Denham. Oliverus Dinham tenuet die obitus manerium de 

Sampford Peverell, in comitatu Devonie, et 
Radulphus est filius et heres, 17 Edwardi 
III. 

Wilington. Joanna, que fuit uxor Johannis de Wilington, 

tenuit die obitus manerium de Frampton 
Coterel, et Radulphus est filius et heres, 19 
Edwardi III. 

De la Pole. Ricardus de la Pole tenuit die obitus terram in 

comitatu Ebor, et dedit Joanne uxori sue, et 
Willelmus de la Pole miles est filius et heres, 
19 Edwardi III. 



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Fitzherbert. Reginaldus Fitzherbert tenuit die obitus 
manerium de Midsommer Norton et Hun- 
dredum de Norton, in comitatu Somersetie, et 
manerium de Lewton, in comitatu Bedfordie, 
et Edmondus Fitzherbert est filius et heres, 
20 Edwardi III. 

Filloll. Margeria, que fuit uxor Johannis Filloll, tenet 

manerium de Kellendon, in comitatu Essex, 
remanere Ricardi Filloll, filio suo et heredi, 

Bohun. et quod Cecilia, uxor Johannis Bohun, et 

Margeria, sunt filie et heredes, 20 Edwardi III. 

Botreaux. Reginaldus Botreaux tenet cum Isabella, uxore 

sua, pro termino vite manerium de Caynersdon, 
in comitatu Somersetie, et Willelmus Botreaux 
est filius et heres, 20 Edwardi III. 

Dauney. Nicolaus Dauney tenuit die obitus manerium 

de Madeford Terry, in comitatu Somerse- 
tie, et quod Johannes est filius et heres, et 
Emma fuit filia et heres de Johannis, 20 Ed- 
wardi III. 

Burghers. Henricus de Burghers tenuit die quo obiit 

manerium de Basing, in comitatu Southam- 
tonie, 21 Edwardi III. 

Fltzwarren. Fulco Fitzwarren tenuit die quo obiit manerium 

de Wanting, in comitatu Berks, et Whit- 
ington, in comitatu Salopie, per servicium 
unius feodi, et Fulco est filius et heres, 
23 Edwardi III. 

Fitz Reginald. Matilda, que fuit uxor Petri filii Reginaldi, 
tenuit die quo obiit manerium de West- 
kington, in comitatu Wiltes, 23 Edwardi III. 

Botreaux. Isabella, que fuit uxor Willelmi Botreaux, 

[tenuit] terras in Wedon et Hardwike proxime 
Alesbury, in comitatu Buckinghamie, 23 
Edwardi III. 

Botreaux. Willelmus Botreaux tenuit die quo obitus 

manerium de Dupford, et hundredum de 
Stanburgh, in comitatu Devonie, et Willel- 
mus est filius et heres, 24 Edwardi III. 

Alabaster. Radulphus Alabaster obiit seisitus de diversis 

tenementis et cetera, et Alicia et Agneta 
sunt sorores et heredes, 25 Edwardi III. 



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Dinham. Oliverus Dinham tenuit die obitus manerium de 

Samford et Aire Peverell, per servicium 
quinto partis feodi, in comitatu Devonie, 
26 Edwardi III. 

Fitzpayn. Robertus Fitzpayne tenuit die obitus maneria 

de Stoke Cursy [et] Reddeley et hundredum 
de Canington, in comitatu Somersetie, una 
cum advocacione ecclesie de Canington, 
maneria de Cherlton et Cayry, in dicte 
comitatu, manerium de Mershwood, in comi- 
tatu Dorcetie, et manerium de Chelburgh, in 
dicte comitatu, 27 Edwardi III. 

Warr. Johannes le Warr obiit seisitus de manerio de 

Wikewarr, in comitatu Glocestrie, et Rogerus 
est filius et heres, 27 Edwardi III. 

Sifrewast. Joanna, que fuit uxor Roberti Siferwast, tenuit 

manerium de Hoke, in comitatu Dorcetie, 
per servicium militare, 29 Edwardi III. 

Martyn. Robertus Martyn tenuit die obitus manerium 

de Rockborn, in comitatu Southamptonie, et 
Combe Byset, in comitatu Wiltes, 29 Ed- 
wardi III. 

Fitzpayn. Ella, que fuit uxor Roberti Fitzpayn, tenet 

maneria de Stokecursy [et] Radway, et 
hundredum de Canington in comitatu 
Somersetie in capite, 30 Edwardi III. 

Burgheirs. Johannes Burgheirs tenet manerium de Est- 

worlegham, et unum capitalem messuagium 
et trecentas acras terre, in comitatu South- 
amtonie, 31 Edwardi III. 

Fitpayn. Robertus Fitzpayn obiit seisitus de quibusdam 

terris, in comitatu Somersetie, et Isabella, 
uxor Johannis Chideok, est filia et heres, 
31 Edwardi III. 

Fitzherbert. Reginaldus Fitzherbert obiit seisitus de quinta 
parte manerii de Midsommernorton, in comi- 
tatu Somersetie, 33 Edwardi III. 

De la Pole. Henricus de la Pole tenet manerium de Hamton 

et Brigge, in comitatu Oxford ie, et terram in 
Gilford, in comitatu Surrey, 33 Edwardi III. 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 3 1 1 



Seamor. 



Brotherton. 



Manny. 

UfTord. 
Montagu. 



St. Maur. 



Fitz warren. 



Hussey. 



Wake. 

Mitchell. 
Kaynes. 



Fitz Roger. 
Bechamp. 



Thomas Seamor tenet unum messuagium et 
diversas terras in Poldon, cum advocacione 
ecclesie ibidem in comitatu Wiltes, per ser- 
vicium militare, 33 Edwardi III. 

Thomas de Brotherton, comes Norffblkie, et 
marescallus Anglie, obiit seisitus de diversis 
terris et cetera, et Margareta uxor [Johanni, 
Domini Segrave, et postea] Waited Manny, 
Elizabetha [Johanna] uxor Walteri [Willelmi] 
de Ufford [comes Suffolcie] et Matilda que 
fuit filia Alicia, nuper uxor Edwardi Montagu, 
sunt filie [et neptis] et heredes predicti Thome 
Brotherton, 34 Edwardi III. 

Nicolaus St. Maur tenuit maneria de Castle 
Cary et Marsh, cum burgo de Wymbulton, 
maneria de Northbarn et Broughton, Somer- 
setshire, et Wynfred, in comitatu Dorcetie, 
35 Edwardi III. 

Willelmus Fitzwarren tenuit manerium de 
Houghton in comitatu Dorcetie in capite, 
maneria de Ilbruer Pernttendy et Wern- 
plokenet in comitatu Somersetie, villam de 
Wilton et xl s reditus in Bernford, in comitatu 
Wiltes in capite, 35 Edwardi III. 

Reginaldus Hussey tenuit manerium de Burton 
Stacy, in comitatu Southamtonie, 35 Ed- 
wardi III. 

Johannes Wake obiit seisitus de diversis terris 
in comitatu Somersetie, et Elizabetha, uxor 
Ricardi Michell, Thomas filius Isabelle 
Kaynes, et Joanna uxor . . . sunt filie [et 
nepos] et heredes, 35 Edwardi III. 

Henricus Fitz Roger tenuit manerium de 
Sellings, in comitatu Cancie, 36 Edwardi III. 

Johannes Bechamp de Somersetshire tenuit 
maneria de Stoke subtus Hamden, Mid- 
sommer Norton, Welweton et Widecomb in 
capite, maneria de Hurberton et Brixham, in 
comitatu Devonie, et Little Holm in comitatu 
Stafford, 36 Edwardi III. 



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De la Pole. Katerina, que fuit uxor Thome de la Pole, 

tenuit manerium de Rameridge, in comitatu 
Southamtonie, manerium de Marsh, cum advo- 
cacione ecclesie in Buckinghamshire, unum 
messuagium cum pertinenciis in Cork, in 
comitatu Wiltes, 36 Edvvardi III. 

Courteney. Thomas Courteney, miles, tenuit manerium de 

Maperton cum membris Hamilton et Clopton, 
maneria de South Cadbury et Wootton, in 
comitatu Somersetie, 36 Edwardi III. 

Erie. Elizabetha, que fuit uxor Johannis Erie, tenuit 

die obitus manerium de Sommerton Erlegh 
in comitatu Somersete, 36 Edwardi III. 

Talbot. Johannes Talbot miles, filius et heres Johannis 

Talbot, de Castro Ricardi, militis, et Juliane 
uxoris ejus, 36 Edwardi III. 

Carew. Johannes de Carew, miles, obiit seisitus de 

maneriis de Otery et Stoke Fleming, in 
comitatu Devonie, et cetera, et Laurencius est 
filius et heres, 36 Edwardi III. 

Rous. Thomas de Rous tenuit die obitus manerium de 

Harescoort, in comitatu Glocestrie, et Juliana 

Herl. uxor Andree Herle est filia et heres [Inq. 

p. m. 48] Edwardi III. 

Carrant. Willelmus Carrant obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu Somersetie, et Willelmus 
est filius et heres, 37 Edwardi III. 

Pakenham. Henricus de Pakenham, obiit seisitus de diversis 

Ufford. terris et cetera, et Robertus UfTord, comes 

Suffblcie est consanguineus et heres, 37 Ed- 
wardi III. 

Dawbeney. Ricardus qui fuit filius Elizabethe [Elias]* 

Dawbeney tenuit manerium [medietatis 
manerii] de la Kingsholm, in comitatu 
Glocestrie, per serjanciam [Inq. p. m.], 38 Ed- 
wardi III. 



* Elizabeth was the daughter of Elias Dawbeney, and inherited one half of 
the manor of Kingsholm on the death of her brother, Richard Dawbeney. 
Eds. 



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Alabaster. Agneta Alablaster soror et heres Alicie filie et 

heredis Walteri Alabaster [Inq. p. m., 38 Ed- 
wardi III.], 39 Edwardi III. 

Molyns. Egidia, que fuit uxor Johannis Molyns, tenuit 

die obitus maneria de Aston Bernard et 
Ilmere, in comitatu Barks, et Willelmus 
Molyns est filius et heres, 41 Edwardi III. 

St. Maur. Nicolaus filius Nicolai St. Maur tenuit die obitus 

manerium de Northmolton, in comitatu 
Devonie, et Willelmus est filius et heres, 
41 Edwardi III. 

Bechamp. Johannes Bechamp de Somersetshire, tenuit tria 

feoda in Portlemouth, Delton, Sourle, Alneston 
et Rake ; quartam partem feodis in Tavy- 
bemor, unum feodum in Thurleston, unum 
feodum in Weston, dimidium feodi in Whitley 
et Thorn, dimidium feodi in Southbroke, 
octavam partem feodi in Thorleston, sextam 
decimam partem feodi in Burgh Pomeray, 
terciam decimam partem feodi in Rotherford, 
quartam partem feodi in Coletonprall, unum 
feodum in Stancomb et Wolston, unum 
feodum in Alwington Crispin, unum feodum 
in Mewy, unum feodum in Shann et Halge- 
well, dimidium feodi in Godmewy Pomeray, 
unum feodum in Fernhull, decimam partem 
feodi in Brestinworth, octavam partem feodi 
in Washborn, vicesimam partem feodi in 
Clifton Mauncell, quartam partem feodi in 
Crokedon, trigesimam partem in Scopcomb, 
trigesimam sextam partem feodi in Brugg, 
vicesimam partem feodi in la Moxe, quadra- 
gesimam partem feodi in Helepayn, vicesimam 
partem feodi in Crokedon, et dimidium feodi 
in Hurbernford, in comitatu Devonie, 42 Ed- 
wardi III. 

Sturmy. Henricus Sturmy obiit seisitus de diversis tern's 

in comitatu Wiltes, et Henricus Sturmy est 
filius et heres, 42 Edwardi III. 

Molynes. Willelmus Molyns, filius et heres Johannis 

Molyns, et Egidie uxoris ejus, 43 Edwardi III. 

Esturmy. Henricus Esturmy obiit seisitus de diversis tern's 

in comitatu Wiltes, et Henricus est filius et 
heres, 42 Edwardi III. 



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Botreaux. Elizabetha, uxor Willielmi Botreaux, militis, 

filia Katerine, Robertus filius Marmaduci 
Lumley. Lumley filie Lucie, et Isabella uxor Waited 

Pedwardyn. Pedwardin, militis, filie Margarete sororum 

Twenge. Thome Twenge sunt consanguinei et heredes 

dicti Thome Twenge, 43 Edwardi III. 

Everard. Edmondus Everard, miles, obiit seisitus de 

terris in comitatu Somersetie, et Elizabetha 

Loundres. uxor Roberti Loundres, et Margareta uxor 

Ramesburgh. Thome de Ramesburgh, sunt sorores et 

heredes dicti Edmondi, 44 Edwardi III. 

Warr. Johannes le Warr obiit seisitus de manerio de 

Wikeware et aliis terris in comitatu Glocestrie, 
et Rogerus est frater et heres predicti Johannis, 
44 Edwardi III. 

Cary. Edmondus Cary obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

et cetera, et Juliana est soror et heres, 46 Ed- 
wardi III. 

Pomeray. Henricus de la Pomeray obiit seisitus de 

manerio de Byry et aliis terris, in comitatu 
Devonie, et Johannes est filius et heres, 
48 Edwardi III. 

Chideok. Joanna, uxor Johannis Chideok, militis, et Ella 

Bradeston. de Bradeston, sunt filie [et] heredes Alicie 

Paveley. filie et heredis Johannis de Paveley, 49 Ed- 

wardi III. 

Pipard. Willelmus Pipard obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu Cornubie, et Margereta uxor 

Lisley. Gerardi filii Warini de Insula, et Margeria, 

Hammeley. uxor Osberti Hameley, sunt filie et heredes, 

50 Edwardi III. 

Burghers. Bartholomeus Burghers, miles, tenuit die obitus, 

maneria de Hugkredebury, Stedert et Ohern, 
in comitatu Wiltes de rege, in capite, et 

Spencer. Elizabetha, uxor Edwardi Spencer, est filia 

et heres, 1 Ricardi II. 

Molines. Willelmus Molines, miles, tenuit die obitus 

manerium de Whitley, in comitatu Wiltes, 
manerium de Henley super Tamisim, et 
Ricardus est filius et heres, etatis 20 annorum, 
1 Ricardi II. 



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Arundell. Johannes Arundell, miles, tenuit conjunctim 

cum Elinora uxore sua, sibi et heredibus de 
corpore [eorum] manerium de Estmorden, in 
comitatu Dorsetie, maneria de Cocklington, 
Stoke Trestre [et] Boxford cum balliva de 
Selwood, in comitatu Somersetie, cum diversis 
terris in comitatu Wiltes et Kent, et Johannes 
Arondell est filius et heres eorum et etatis 
15 annorum, 2 Ricardi II. 

Audelegh. Jacobus de Audelegh, miles, tenuit die obitus, 

maneria de Newburg et Forde in comitatu 
Salopie, manerium de Broughton, in comitatu 
Wiltes, manerium de Stowey infer Peryton, 
et Donend cum pertinenciis, in capite predicta 
baronia, manerium de Blakdon cum advo- 
cacione ecclesie, in comitatu Somersetie. Et 
tenet conjunctim cum Isabella, uxore sua, pro 
termino vite, remanere heredibus masculis, 
remanere Regi, maneria de Barnstable, 
Combemartin, Dertington, Fremington et 
Southmolton, cum advocacione ecclesiorum, 
maneria de Bovitracy, Northlew [et] Holdes- 
worthy, in comitatu Devonie, et Talkbaro, in 
comitatu Cornwallie. Et tenet sibi et Isabelle 
uxore et heredis de corpore eorum maneria 
de Nymet Tracy et Holn, cum pertinenciis, 
et Nicolaus est filius et heres, [10] Ricardi II. 

Molines. Willelmus Molines, miles, tenuit de hereditate 

Margarete, uxore sue, maneriam de Elton, 
in comitatu Cancie, et Ricardus est filius et 
heres eorum, 4 Ricardi II. 

Gorges. Theobaldus Gorges, miles, tenuit die obitus 

castellum de Caresbrooke, in Insula Vecte, 
et manerium de Kington, per servicium unius 
feodi, in comitatu Southamtonie, et manerium 
de Braunton, in comitatu Devonie, quartam 
partem manerii de Sturmister, in comitatu 
Dorsetie, et Ricardus est filius et heres, et 
est etatis 28 annorum, 4 Ricardi II. 

Gorges. Radulphus de Gorges obiit seisitus de terris ut 

supra, et Bartholemeus Gorges est frater et 
heres, 5 Ricardi II. 

Latymer. Robertus Latimer, miles, obiit seisitus de 

quibusdam terris in comitatu Dorsetie, et 
Robertus filius et heres est, etatis 21 annorum, 
5 Ricardi II. 



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Fitz Roger. 



Bonvil. 

Ufford. 
Willoby. 
Scales. 
Ferrers. 

Fitz Warren. 



Denham. 



Newburgh. Hawisia de Newburgh, que fuit uxor Thome 

Newburgh, tenuit die obitus manerium de 
Wynfred, in comitatu Dorsetie, et Johannes 
filius Johannis filii dictorum Thome et 
Matilde, est consanguineus et proxime heres, 
5 Ricardi II. 

Thomas Fitz Roger tenuit die obitus medium 
manerii de Sellings, in comitatu Cancie, et 
quod Elizabetha, uxor Johannis Bonvill, filii 
et heredis Willelmi Bonvil, militis, est con- 
sanguinea et proxime heres, 5 Ricardi II. 

Willelmus Ufford, comes Suffolkie, obiit seisitus 
de diversis terris, et quod Robertus Willoby, 
Rogerus dominus Scales, et Henricus Ferrers 
de Groby, sunt consanguines et proxime 
heredes predicti Willelmi, 5 Ricardi II. 

Fulco Fitzwarren tenuit die obitus manerium 
de Whitington, in comitatu Salopie, et 
dimidium manerii de Fitzherbert, in comitatu 
Wiltes, et Fulco est filius et heres, et etatis 
31 annorum, 5 Ricardi II. 

Johannes Denham, miles, tenuit die obitus 
maneria de Hartland, Notwell, Comb et 
Harpford, in comitatu Devonie, et Johannes 
est filius et heres etatis . . . annorum. Tenuit 
etiam maneria de Cardynan, Boderell et 
Donuguy, in Cornubia, et Bokland Dinham, 
in comitatu Somersetie, 5 Ricardi II. 

Argenton. Johannes Argenton, miles, tenuit maneria de 

Wymondlegh Magna et Parva, cum advoca- 

cione ecclesia, terras in Throcton, per servicium 

corone, et Margareta, filia Joanne, nuper uxoris 

Naunton. Bartholomei Naunton, Baldwinus St. George 

St. George. filius Baldwini et Elizabethe, secunde filiarum, 

Fitzwarren. et Matilda, uxor Ivonis Fitzwarren, tertia 

Argenton. filia, sunt heredes dictis Johannis Argenton, 

5 Ricardi II. Tenuit etiam dictus Johannes 

Argenton, miles, cum Margeria uxore sua, 

ad terminum vite, manerium de Halisworth, 

remanere Willelmo Argenton et Elizabethe 

Kinderston. filie W T illelmi de Kinderston et heredibus 

ipsius Willelmi, 5 Ricardi II. 

Sturmy. Galfridus, frater et heres Henrici Esturmy, obiit 

seisitus de diversis terris in comitatu Wiltes, et 
Willelmus est filius et heres, 5 Ricardi II. 



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Basset. 

Matravers. 
De la Mare. 
Fitz Roger. 



Basset. 



Dawbeney. 



Russel. 



Willelmus Basset tenuit die obitus manerium de 
Ipisden, in comitatu Oxfordie, de honore de 
Walingford, et Johannes Basset est filius et 
heres, 7 Ricardi II. 

Johannes Matravers, miles, tenuit die obitus 
manerium de Hoke, in comitatu Dorsetie, 
cum Elizabethe, uxore sua, et quod Matilda 
uxor Petri de la Mare, et Elizabetha, sunt 
filie et heredes predictorum Johannis et 
Elizabethe. 7 Ricardi II. Tenuit etiam 
manerium de Crawell, cum advocacione 
[ecclesiae], tenet de honore de Walingford, in 
Oxfordie, medium manerii de Westkington, in 
comitatu Wiltes, quod fuit in manu Regis per 
mortem Thome Fitz Roger, durante minori 
etate Elizabethe uxoris Johannis Bonvile, 
consanguinie et heredis dicti Thome Fitz 
Roger, 7 Ricardi II. 

Johannes Basset tenuit die obitus manerium de 
Ipisden, in comitatu Oxonie, et Johannes 
Basset est filius et heres, 10 Ricardi II. 

Egidius Dawbeney, miles, tenuit die obitus 
manerium de South Pederton cum hamlettis 
de Barington, Donyeate, Southaier et Chelston, 
cum hundredo de Southpetherton, cum diversis 
terris in Kinemerston, in comitatu Somersetie, 
et Egidius est filius et heres. Tenuit etiam 
maneria de Fovveton cum Travey versus 
Polruan, et Lumberdlowe cum balliva hundredi 
de Westwenelshire, ut de ducatu de Cornwall, 
et castello de Launceston, 10 Ricardi II. 

Alicia, que fuit uxor Radulphi Russell, militis, 
tenuit pro termino vite manerium de Upton, 
in comitatu Barks, remanere Mauricis 
Russell, filio dicti Radulphi. Tenuit etiam 
duas partes manerii de Athelinton, cum advo- 
cacione ecclesie, remanere post mortem Alicie, 
Theobaldo Russell, filio dictorum Radulphi et 
Alicie, et heredibus, et pro defectu Johannis 
fratri ejusdem. Tenuit etiam terciam partem 
manerii de Kingston Russell, in comitatu 
Dorsetie, per servicium militum, et etiam 
manerium de Horsington, in comitatu Somer- 
setie, 10 Ricardi II. 



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Chideok. Johannes Chideok, miles, obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris, in comitatu Somersetie et Dorsetie, et 
Johannes est filius et heres, 12 Ricardi II. 

Hussey. Ancreta, que fuit uxor Henrici Hussey, tenuit 

medium manerii de Saperton, in comitatu Glo- 
cestrie, et Henricus Hussey est filius et heres 
predictorum Henrici et Ancrete, 13 Ricardi II. 

Bonvil. Johannes Bonvill, miles, tenuit die obitus 

manerium de Lobbenham, in comitatu Leces- 
trie, de ducatu Lancastrie, et Thomas Bonvil 
est filius et heres, 13 Ricardi II. 

Carew. Robertus de Careu obiit seisitus de quibusdam 

terris in ... et cetera, et Nicolaus est filius et 
heres, 14 Ricardi II. 

Carew. Nicolaus de Careu obiit seisitus, et cetera, et 

Nicolaus est filius et heres, 14 Ricardi II. 

Denbaud. Johannes Denbaud tenuit die obitus manerium 

de Henton St. George, in comitatu Somer- 
setie, et Thomas est filius et heres, 14 Ricardi 1 1. 

Chideok. Johannes Chideok, miles, tenuit conjunctim cum 

Joanna, uxore sua, quartam partem manerii 
de Westbery, cum hundredo, et quartam 
partem manerii de Hulprington, de honore de 
Trobrigg, in comitatu Wiltes, et Johannes est 
filius et heres, 14 Ricardi II. 

Botreaux. Willelmus Botreaux, miles, [tenuit] cum Eliza- 

betha, uxore ejus, heredibus masculis de 
corpore eorum maneria de North Cadbury [et], 
Kinemerston, cum terris in Barington, South- 
petherton, Stretton [et] Chilton, et Willelmus 
Botreaux, miles, est filius et heres, 1 5 Ricardi II. 
Tenuit etiam manerium de Parva Barkham- 
sted, in comitatu Hereford, manerium de 
Upton Mules, in comitatu Barks, manerium de 
Ellingham, cum pertinenciis vocatum Mules, 
in comitatu Southamtonie, manerium de Dupe- 
ford et hundredum de Stanburgh, heredibus 
masculis ; manerium de Witherige, cum hun- 
dredo, in comitatu Devonie, maneria de Pen- 
hele, Wothenale, Botreaux Castell, Botelet, 
Tremethon, Lananton, Boswygy et Trewornall, 
pro termino vite eorum ; remanere Willelmo 
Botreaux filio dictorum Willelmi et Elizabethe. 
Tenuit etiam maneriam de Crukehamton et 
Trewathenant, tenentur de honore et castro 
de Launceston, 15 Ricardi II. 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 319 

Fitzvvarren. Fulco Fitzwarren tenuit die obitus, conjunctim 
cum Elizabetha, uxore sua, duas partes 
manerii de Wiggebeare, in comitatu Somer- 
setie, maneria de Holne et Nymet Tracy, et 
manerium de Baunton, in comitatu Devonie, 
et manerium de Whitington in comitatu 
Salopie, et Fulco est filius et heres, 15 Ri- 
cardi II. 

Burghersh. Johannes Burgheirs tenuit die obitus terciam 

partes manerii de Scendelby, in comitatu 
Lincolnie, et Margareta et Matilda sunt filie 
et heredes, 15 Ricardi II. 

Fitzpayn. Robertus Fitzpayn tenuit die obitus maneria de 

Stokecurcy, Rod way, Gary et Carlet, cum 
hundredo de Canington, in comitatu Somer- 
setie, terras in Wynyeat et Brighamton, et 

Poyninges. quod Isabella, uxor Ricardi Poyning, est filia 

et heres, 15 Ricardi II. 

Fitzwarren. Elizabetha, que fuit uxor Fulconis Fitzwarren, 
tenuit die obitus manerium de Nymet Tracy, 
in comitatu Devonie, et Fulco est filius et 
heres, 21 Ricardi II. 

Seamor. Willelmus Seamor tenuit die obitus manerium 

de Hach Bechamp cum advocacione ecclesie, 
in comitatu Somersetie, cum consensu et 

Turbervil. relaxacione Cecilie Turbervil, quondam uxoris 

Rogeri Seamor militis, patris dicti Willelmi, 
et Rogerus est filius et heres, 15 Ricardi II. 

Herring. Alicia, que fuit uxor Johannis Herryng, tenuit 

die obitus manerium de Thornston, et Jo- 
hannes Herryng est filius et heres, 15 
Ricardi II. 

Devereux. Johannes Devereux, miles, filius Johannis, filii 

Symonis Devereux, de Standen et Sage, 

De la Forde. uxoris ejus sororis et heredis Jacobi de la 

Ford, patris Ricardi, patris Isabelle, cujus 
heres ipse Johannes Devereux est, 16 
Ricardi II. 

Herring. Johannes Herring de Thornston obiit seisitus de 

terris in comitatu Dorcetie, et Henricus 
Herring, clericus, est frater est heres, 17 
Ricardi II. 



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Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Willoughby. Robertus Willoughby, miles, filius Cecilie 
Norwich. Ufford, filie Margarete, filie Johannis Norwich, 

Scales. Robertus de Scales, miles, filius Rogeri, filii 

Katerine, filie dicte Margarete, Willelmus 
Ferrers. Ferrers de Groby, miles, filius Henrici, filii 

Margarete, filie dicte Margarete, filie Johannis 
Norwich. Norwich, et sororis Johannis Norwich, sunt 

consanguines et heredes dicti Johannis Nor- 
wich, 19 Ricardi II. 

Kenne. Johannes Kenne de Somersetshire, filius et 

Try. heres Isabelle, quondam uxoris Johannes 

Boteler. Try, sororis et heredis Almavici le Botiler, 

militis, 20 Ricardi II. 

Arondell. Johannes Arondell, miles, filius et heres Jo- 

Carmyno. hannis, filii Elizabethe, filie Oliveri Carmyno, 

filii Rogeri Carmyno, militis, patris Thome 
Trevarthian. Carmyno, armigeri, patris Joanne, et Johannes 

Trevarthian, filius Matilde, filie dicti Oliveri, 
sunt consanguines et heredes predicte Joanne 
filie predicti Thome, 20 Ricardi II. 

Molins. Ricardus Molines, filius Willelmi Molins, militis, 

obiit seisitus, et cetera, et Willelmus Molines 
est filius et heres, 20 Ricardi II. 

Courtney. Phillippus Courteney obiit seisitus de diversus 

terris in comitatu Devonie, et Willelmus est 
filius et heres, 3 Henrici IV. 

Denys. Gilbertus Denys obiit seisitus de terris in comi- 

tatu Glocestrie, et Mauricius Denys est filius 
et heres, 9 Henrici IV. 

Tomer. Johannes, filius et heres Ricardi de Tomer, 

obiit seisitus de manerio de Tomer, in comi- 
tatu Somersetie, et Alicia, uxor Willelmi 

Carrant. Carrant, et Editha, sunt sorores et heredes 

dicti Johannis, 10 Henrici IV. 

Bache. Joanne, que fuit uxor Johannis Bache, obiit 

seisita de diversis terris in comitatibus Dor- 
cetie, Somersetie et Wiltes, et Johannes 

Chideok. Chideok est filius et heres, 1 1 Henrici IV. 

Tuchet. Johannes Tuchet, miles, filius Johannis, filii 

Audeley. Joanne, sororis et unius heredium Nicolai 

Audelegh, 12 Henrici IV. 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 321 



Marney. Elizabetha, uxor Willelmi Marney, militis, [et] 

Passelew. Philippa, uxor Roberti Passelew, sunt sorores 

et heredes Joanne, sororis et una heredis 
Sergeaux. Ricardi de Sergeaux, militis, filii et heredis 

Ricardi Sergeaux, militis, et Philippe uxoris 

ejus, 12 Henrici IV. 

Kingston. Elizabetha, uxor Johannis Kingston, militis, 

Calston. Elizabetha, filia Joanne, uxoris Thome Cal- 

ston, secunda filia, et Sibilla, sunt filie et 
Chelrey. heredes Thome Chelrey, et Elizabethe, uxoris 

suis, 13 Henrici IV. 

Fitzwarren. Ivo Fitzwarren, miles, obiit seisitus de terris in 
comitatibus Somersetie et Wiltes, et Eliza- 

Chideok. betha, uxor Johannis Chideok, armigeri, est 

filia et heres, 2 Henrici V. 

Marney. Thomas Marney est filius et heres Willelmi 

Marney, militis, et Elizabethe uxoris ejus, 
2 Henrici V. 

Arondel. Johannes Arondell obiit seisitus, et cetera, et 

Johannas Arondell, de Arondell, Dominus 
Matravers. Matravers, est filius et heres, 3 Henrici V. 

Fitz Nicoll. Thomas Fitz Nicoll obiit seisitus de terris in 
comitatu Glocestric, et Katerina, uxor Roberti 
Poyntz. Poyntz, et Elinora, uxor Johannis Brownyng, 

Brownyng. sunt filie et heredes predicti Thome, 6 Hen- 

rici V. 

Servinton. Oliverus Servinton obiit seisitus de terris in 

Wiltes et Devonia, et Oliverus est filius et 
heres, 7 Henrici V. 

Seamor. Johannes Seamor, miles, obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatu Somersetie, et Johannes Seamor, 
miles, est filius et heres, 8 Henrici V. 

Servinton. Oliverus Servinton, filius et heres Johannis 

Cervinton, obiit seisitus de terris in Wiltes, 
et David est frater et heres predicti Oliveri, 
8 Henrici V. 

Tuchet. Johannes Tuchet obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Somersetie, et Jacobus est filius et 
heres, 8 Henrici V. 

Hull. Nicolaus Hull, filius et heres Christiane, unius 

Walsh. sororum et heredum Nicolai Le Walsh, 9 Hen- 

rici V. 

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322 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Chideok. Johannes Chideok, miles, obiit seisitus de 

diversis terris in comitatibus Glocestrie et 
Dorsetie, et Johannes est filius et heres, 
i Henrici VI. 

Horsey. Johannes Horsey obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu Somersetie, et Henricus Horsey 
est filius et heres, I Henrici VI. 

Marney. Thomas Marney obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu Cornubie, et Johannes est frater 
et heres, 2 Henrici VI. 

Cheyney. Willelmus Cheyney obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatibus Wiltes, Dorsetie et Devonie, et 
Edmondus est filius et heres, 2 Henrici VI. 

St. Liger. Johannes St. Liger, filius et heres Philippi St. 

Liger, obiit seisitus de terris in comitatu ... 

et cetera, et Thomas est frater et heres, 
2 Henrici VI. 

Bevill. Johannes Bevill obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu Cornubie, et Humfricus Bevill 
est filius et heres, 4 Henrici VI. 

Sturmy. Matilda, filia et heres Willelmi Sturmy, militis, 

obiit seisita de terris in comitatu Wiltes, et 

Seamor. Johannes Semor est filius et heres dicte 

Matilde, 6 Henrici VI. 

Gorges. Theobaldus Gorges, miles, filius et heres Thome, 

filii et heredis Theobaldi, patris Radulphi,. 
patris Mauricii, patris Thome est consan- 
guineus et heres predicte Thome, 10 Hen- 
rici VI. 

Cheyney. Joanna, que fuit uxor Willelmi Cheyney, militis, 

obiit seisita de terris in comitatu Dorcetie, et 

Philloll. Johannes Philloll est filius et heres dicte 

Joanne, 12 Henrici VI. 

Clifford. Thomas Clifford [est] filius et heres Johannis, 

nuper domini Clifford, et Elizabethe uxoris 
sue, 12 Henrici VI. 

Bigbery. Willelmus Bigbery obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et Margareta et Elizabetha 
sunt filie et heredes predicti Willelmi, 10 Hen- 
rici VI. 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 323 



Chideok. Johannes Chideok, miles, obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatibus Glocestrie et Dorcetie, et 

Stafford. Katerina, uxor Willelmi Stafford, et Margareta, 

Sturton. uxor Willelmi Sturton, sunt filie et heredes 

predicti Johannis, 18 Henrici VI. 

Brooke. Thomas Broke, miles, obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Somersetie, et Edwardus Brooke, 
miles, est filius et heres, 21 Henrici VI. 

Hawley. Johannes Hawley obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et Elizabetha uxor Johannis 
Copleston. Copleston est filia et heres, 21 Henrici VI. 

Dawbeney. Egidius Dawbeney obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Somersetie, et Willelmus est filius 
et heres, 24 Henrici VI. 

St. Low. Johannes St. Low obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Wiltes, et Nicolaus St. Low est 
filius et heres, 27 Henrici VI. 

[Crookehorn.] Johannes Crookehorn obiit seisitus de terris 
in comitatibus Somersetie et Dorsetie, et 
Ricardus est filius et heres, 29 Henrici VI. 

Horsey. Willelmus Horsey obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatu Somersetie, et Thomas Horsey 
est filius et heres, 3 Edwardi IV. 

Blewet. Johannes Blewet obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatibus Devonie et Somersetie, et 
Walterus Bluet est filius et heres, 3 Ed- 
wardi IV. 

Tuchet. Jacobus Tuchet obiit seisitus de terris in comitatu 

Somersetie, et Johannes est filius et heres, 5 
Henrici VI. 

Chudlegh. Johannes Chudlegh obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu Devonie, et Robertus Chud- 
legh est cognatus et heres, 6 Edwardi IV. 

Killigru. Johannes Killigrew obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris in comitatu Cornubie, et Johannes est 
filius et heres, 7 Edwardi IV. 

Fulford. Baldwinus Fulford, miles, obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatu Devonie, et Thomas est filius et 
heres, 15 Edwardi IV. 

Philloll. Johannes Philloll obiit seisitus de terris in comi- 

tatu Dorsetie, et Willelmus est filius et heres, 
12 Edwardi IV. 

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324 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Gorges. Walterus Gorges obiit seisitus de terris in comi- 

tatu Somersetie, et Edmondus Gorges est filius 
et heres, 18 Edwardi IV. 

Baunfild. Walterus Baunfild obiit seisitus de quibusdam 

terris in comitatu Devonie, et Andreas est 
filius et heres, 19 Edwardi IV. 

Souch. Johannes Dominus Zouch, obiit seisitus de 

terris in comitatu Devonie, et Willelmus est 
filius et heres, 20 Edwardi IV. 

Blewet. Walterus Blewet obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatibus Devonie et Somersetie, et 
Nicolaus est filius et heres, 21 Edwardi IV. 

Seamor. Johannes Seamor, cognatus et heres Johannis 

Seamor, militis, videlicet filius Johannis 
Seamor, armigeri, filii dicti Johannis Seamor, 
militis, 1 Henrici VII. 

Courtney. Willelmus Courtney, miles, obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatu Devonie, et Willelmus Courtney 
est filius et heres, 1 Henrici VII. 

Dernford. Jacobus Dernford obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

in comitatibus Devonie et Cornubie, et 

Dinham. Joanna, uxor Caroli Dinham, est filia et heres 

dicti Jacobi, 5 Henrici VII. 

Hach. Johannes Hach obiit seisitus de terris in comi- 

tatu Devonie, et Thomas Hach est filius et 
heres, 6 Henrici VII. 

Walrond. Johannes Walrond obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et Humfridus Walrond est 
filius et heres, 9 Henrici VII. 

Catesby. Georgius Catesby, filius et heres Margarete, filie 

Zouch. et heredis Willelmi Domini Zouch, et Eliza- 

bethe, uxoris ejus, 10 Henrici VII. 

Edgcomb. Ricardus Edgcomb, miles, obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatibus Devonie et Cornubie, et Petrus 
Edgcomb, miles, est filius et heres, 12 
Henrici VII. 

Clifford. Johannes Dominus Clifford, obiit seisitus de 

diversis terris et cetera, et Henricus est filius 
et heres, 15 Henrici VII. 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 325 



Stonar. Thomas Stonar, armiger, consanguineus et heres 

masculus Johannis Stonar, videlicet frater 
Willelmi Stonar, militis, patris predicti 
Johannis Stonar, qui dictus Willelmus et 
Thomas fuerunt filii Thome Stonar, 15 
Henrici VII. 

Pomeray. Edwardus Pomeray, Alius et heres Ricardi 

Pomeray, fuit consanguineus Henrici Pomeray, 
patris dicti Ricardi, 16 Henrici VII. 

Gorges. Ricardus Gorges obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

et cetera et Marmaduk Gorges est Alius et 
heres, 17 Henrici VII. 

Zouch. Willelmus Zouch, miles, obiit seisitus de diversis 

terris et cetera et Johannes est filius et heres, 
17 Henrici VII. 

[Marney.] Johannes Marney obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

et cetera, et Henricus Marney est filius et 
heres, 17 Henrici VII. 

Cervinton. Edwardus Cervinton obiit seisitus de terris in 

. comitatibus Devonie et Wiltes, et Walterus 
est filius et heres, 18 Henrici VII. 

Carew. Jacobus Carew obiit seisitus de terris et cetera, 

et Ricardus Carewe est filius et heres, 19 
Henrici VII. 

Carrant. Johannes Carrant obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Somersetie, ut Willelmus Carrant 
est filius et heres, 21 Henrici VII. 

Fortescu. Adrianus Fortescu, miles, Anna uxor ejus, soror 

Stonar. et heres Johannis Stonar, filii et heredis 
Anna, uxoris Ricardi Stonar, militis, sororis 

Nevill. et unius heredum Georgii Nevill, filii et 

Montacut, heredis Isabelle, Marchionis Montacut, Eliza- 

Scrope. betha Scroope, secunda soror Margareta, uxor 

Brandon. Caroli Brandon, tercia Lucia Browne quarta 

Browne. soror et Isabella Dacres vidua quinta soror et 

Dacres. heredum, 23 Henrici VII. 

Brooke. Johannes Brooke de Cobham, miles, obiit seisitus 

de terris in comitatu Devonie et Somersetie, 
et Thomas est filius et heres, 4 Henrici VIII. 

Courtney. Willelmus Courteney, miles, seisitus obiit de 

terris in comitatu Devonie et Willelmus est 
filius et heres, 4 Henrici VIII. 



326 Note- Book of Tristram Risdon. 

Troutbeck. Willelmus Troutebek obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie et alibi, et Margareta uxor 

Talbot. Johannis Talbot est filia et heres, 4 Henrici 

VIIL 

Zouch. Joanna, uxor Johannis, domini Zouch, soror et 

Denham. una heredum Johannis, domini Denham, obiit 

seisita de terris in comitatu Devonie, et 

Johannes, dominus Zouch, est filius et heres, 

[post 18] Henrici VIIL 

Ormond. Anna uxor Thome Comitis Ormond, filia et 

Hankford. heres Ricardi Hankford, militis, obiit seisita 

de terris in comitatu Devonie, et Anna St. 
St. Leger. Leger et Margareta Boleyn sunt filie et 

Boleyn. heredes, 8 Henrici VIIL 

Vere. Johannes Vere, comes Oxonie, obiit seisitus de 

terris in comitatu Devonie, et Johannes Vere, 
Comes Oxonie, est consanguineus et heres, 
videlicet, filius Georgii Vere, filii dicti Johannis 
Vere, Comitis Oxonie, 12 Henrici VIIL 

Ralegh. Edwardus Ralegh, miles, obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatu Devonie, et Georgius Ralegh est 
cognatus et heres, videlicet, filius Edwardi, 
filii dicti Edwardi Ralegh, militis, 13 Hen- 
rici VIIL 

St. Leger. Jacobus St. Leger obiit seisitus et cetera, et 

Georgius St. Leger est filius et heres, 13 Hen- 
rici VIIL 

St. Loe. Nicolaus St. Loe obiit seisitus de diversis terris 

et cetera, et Johannes St. Loe est filius et 
heres, 13 Henrici VIIL 

Gorges. Edmondus Gorges obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Somersetie, et Edwardus Gorges, 
miles, est filius et heres, 17 Henrici VIIL 

Fulford. Willelmus Fulford obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et Johannes Fulford est 
filius et heres, 17 Henrici VIIL 

Holland. Johannes Holland obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et quod Thomazina, uxor 
Johannis Carew, est filia et heres, ... Hen- 
rici VIIL 

Ralegh. Wymondus Ralegh obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie, et Walterus Ralegh est 
filius et heres, 18 Henrici VIIL 



Tenants of Lands and Manors in England. 327 



Thorn. Henricus Thorn obiit seisitus de terris in comi- 

tatu Devonie, et Edwardus Thorn est consan- 
guineus et heres, videlicet Alius Christopheri, 
filii dicti Henrici Thorn, 18 Henrici VIII. 

Newton. Ricardus Newton obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatu Devonie et alibi, et Joanna, uxor 

Griffyn. Thome Griffyn, prima filia, Elizabetha secunda 

Capell. filia, Henricus Capell filius Egidii Capell et 

Isabelle tercia filiarum sunt heredes predicti 

Ricardi Newton, 18 Henrici VIII. 

Pyne. Nicolaus Pyne obiit seisitus de quibusdam 

terris, et cetera, et Henricus est consanguineus 
et heres, videlicet, filius Thome Pyne, filii 
predicti Nicolai Pyne, 18 Henrici VIII. 

Arondell. Willelmus, Comes Arundell filius et heres 

Johannis, filii Johannis, filii Johannis, filii 
Ricardi nuper Comitis Arondell,* 18 Hen- 
rici VIII. 

Speke. Johannes Speke, miles, obiit seisitus de terris in 

comitatibus Somersetie et Devonie, et Thomas 
Speke est consanguineus et heres, videlicet, 
filius Johannis Speke, armigeri, filii predicti 
Johannis Speke, militis, 20 Henrici VIII. 

Prideaux. Fulco Prideaux et Willelmus Dennys sunt 

Dennys. cognati et heredes Margarete Uggesworthy, 

Uggesworthy. 22 Henrici VIII. 

Hungerford. Edwardus Hungerford, miles, obiit seisitus de 
terris in comitatu Wiltes, et Walterus Hunger- 
ford, miles, est filius et heres predicti Edwardi, 
22 Henrici VIII. 

Gorges. Marmaducus Gorges obiit seisitus de quibusdam 

terris in comitatu Wiltes, et Matilda, uxor 

Ludlow. Edwardi Ludlowe, est filia et heres predicti 

Marmaduci, 23 Henrici VIII. 

Zouch. Johannes dominus Zouch, obiit seisitus de terris 

in comitatu Devonie, et Georgius est filius et 
heres, 23 Henrici VIII. 

Yard. Rogerus Yard obiit seisitus de terris in comitatu 

Devonie, et Ricardus est filius et heres, 
26 Henrici VIII. 

* This does not agree with the accepted genealogies. Eds. 



328 



Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Vere. Elizabetha, uxor Johannis Vere, armigeri, soror 

Trussell. et heres Johannis Trussell et cognata et heres 

Willelmi Trussell, militis, videlicet soror 

Johannis filii Edwardi filii Willelmi Trussell, 

militis, 26 Henrici VIII. 

Dygby. Johannes Digby, filius et heres Willelmi Digby, 

filii etheredis Johannis Digby, 27 Henrici VIII. 

St. Liger. Johannes St. Liger cognatus et heres domine 

Anne, videlicet, filius et heres Georgii St. Leger, 
filii et heredis dicte Anne, 29 Henrici VIII. 

Digby. Rosa que fuit uxor Willelmi Digby obiit seisita 

de terris in comitatu et cetera, et Johannes 
Digby est filius et heres, 32 Henrici VIII. 



INDEX OF PERSONS. 



Abbot, i, 94 

Abrinces, 128 

Abringes, 71 

Acton, 115, 180, 247-254, 

257. 263 
Adamps, 1 
Adiston, 1 
Affeton, 288 
Afton, 89 
Ailtun, 252 
Aincourt, 54, 55 
Aishton, 250, 256 
Aiulfus, 224 
Akeford, 244 
Akelan, 1 (2) 
Akeland, 94, 182 
Akland, 116, 117 
Alabaster, 1, 309, 313 
Albamari, 151, 154-158 
Albaneto, 296 
Albemarl, 297 
Albemarle, 133, 135, 152 
Albimar, 123 
Albimarle, 88 
Albiniaco, 132, 247 
Albo Man, 148 
Aldighlegh, 302 
Alesbury, 309 
Allen, 195 
Aller, 1, 162, 207 
Allet, 202-204, 2 7 
Alneto, 230, 231 
Alno, 243 
Alnon, 246 
Alphius, 57 
Alwyn, 1 
Ameredeth, 1 
Amidas, 1 
Anderson, 192 
Andrewe, 198 
Angiens, 250 
Anglicus, 58, 202 
Ank, 2, 155 
Ap Adam, 256, 301 
Appeldor, 2 
Appelton, 2 
Archdeacon, 83 



Archedecne, 2 


Awdelegh, 122, 125 






Arches, 78, 302, 303 


Ayncoort, 127 






Argenton, 316 








Arondel, 55, 123, 210, 211, 


Baa, 3, 135 






213, 215-222, 247, 248,251, 


Babington, 3 






296 


Bache, 320 






Arondell, 2, 78, 90, 91, 101, 


Bacon, 130, 288 






105, 106, 109, 112, 115, 


Baddianton, 249 






119, 125, 140, 143, 154, 


Badialton, 244 






*SS> *S7> 172-179. 2 5. 207, 


Bagadrip, 255 






224, 225, 234-236, 238, 239, 


Bagg, 183, 185 






266, 321 


Bagge, 120 






Arscot, 95, 143 


Baioc, 187 






Arscott, 2, 123 


Baiocis, 257 






Arthur, 267, 268 


Baker, 3 






Arundell, 315, 320, 327 


Baldwin, 122, 123, 133 


[129 




Ashford, 2, 95, 126, 143 


Baldwin, Erl of Devon 


126, 




Ashlegh, 2, 162 


Baldwyn, 101, 126 




Ashleigh, 157 


Baloon, 159 




Ashley, 237-239, 241 


Balun, 3, 17, 156, 243 






Ashthorp, 2 


Bamfield, 3, 90 






Ashthorpe, 89. 101, 170 


Bamfild, 94, 116, 131, 


i45i 




Ashton, 2, 256 


174, 181, 184 






Asseton, 2 


Bampfild, 108 






Asshendon, 2 


Bampton, 70 






Aston, 2, 262, 281, 288 


Bany, 246 






At Comb, 2 


Bardolf, 68 






At Hach, 88 


Bardolph, 85, 186 






At Hull, 2 (2) 


Barkley, 3, 275, 276, 290 




Atrio, 243, 246 


Barlist, 197 






Atway, 2 


Barnhous, 3 






At Will, 2, 198 


Barr, 263, 270, 271 






At Wood, 3 (2) 


^Barron, 3 /?;,- 7~/ 

carry, 3 


>-* 




At Woode, 3 






Audelegh, 3, 64-66, 83, 96, 


Basing, 309 






138, 140-142, 144, 177, 296, 


Basinges, 250 






304, 306-308, 315, 320 


Basset, 3, 60, 92, 94, 101 


108- 


Audeley, 66, 101, 175, 261, 


no, 114, 119, 124, 


13 2 . 




265, 266, 272 


135. 137. 152, 155. 


171. 


. 


Aula, 128, 150 


177-181, 183, 184, 


203, 




Aulon, 245 


206, 211, 212, 214, 2l 


-220, 




Auncell, 3 (2), 88 


243, 252, 256, 295, 


296, 




Aure, 249 


300, 305, 307, 317 






Avenell, 3 (2), 53, 54, 126, 


Bastard, 3, 123, 148, 


158, 




127, 149 


Batesford, 189 


[166 




Averinches, 53, 54, 126, 127, 


Bathon, 86-88, 153, 155 


157, 




295 


158, 253 







330 



Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Batin, 197 

Batten, 3, 4, 123, 143 

Battishull, 4, 197 

Baucean, 157 

Baucen, 4 

Bauceyne, 135 

Baunfild, 324 

Baunton, 70-72, 126, 129, 

155 
Bauzan, 155 
Bauzeyne, 156 
Bawcomb, 4, 162 
Baynton, 286 
Beachamp, 4, 187 
Beachampe, 36 
Beady n, 166 
Beafort, 194 
Beamond, 89, 90, 124 
Beamont, 78, 91, 97, 100, 

102, 106, 124, 160, 167, 

168, 170, 174 
Beapell, 4 (2), 88, 97, 163, 

165-167, 169 
Beapenny, 4 
Beapre, 205 
Beare, 4 (2), 123, 165, 166, 

249, 255, 259 
Beauchamp, 75, 242 
Beaudin, 210 
Beaudyn, 4. 87, 88 
Beaufort. 83 
Beaumeis, 251 
Beaumont, 4 
Beaupel, 213 
Beaupre, 4, 208, ail, 212 
Beavill, 4, 70, 90, 206, 209, 

221 
Beavin, 196 
Bechamp, 86, 90, 98, 125, 

162, 165, 168, 174, 230, 

232, 245, 248, 254, 255, 

259, 261, 263, 265, 267- 

269, 285, 294, 306, 311, 

313 
Becket, 83 
Belet, 225-227, 258 
Belhous, 4 
Belismo, 139 
Bellew, 4, 144 
Bellocampo, 85, 246 
Bellomont, 126, 128, 150, 

223 
Belstan, 154 
Belston, 4, 163 
Bene, 199 
Bensted, 4 
Beovill, 205 
Bere, 204 
Berenger, 281 
Bernard, 148 
Bernevill, 4, 163 
Besilles, 263 
Betty, 198 
Bevill, 4, 322 
Bevis, 200 
Beynton, 285 
Bickleigh, 87, 153, 160 
Bickley, 4 
Bicknell, 235 



Bideford, 103 

Bidelsgate, 5 

Bidwell, 5 

Bigbery, 5, 88, 322 

Bigbyry, 102 

Bigod, 244 

Bigot, 246 

Bikabyry, 161, 165, 168 

Bikebiry, 166 

Bikelegh, 158 

Billet, 5 

Bilson, 293 

Bingham, 229, 238 

Biset, 132, 154, 289, 306 

Bisshop, 5 

Bitlesgat, 5 

Bitton, 263 

Blachmonster, 206 

Blackaller, 5, 199 

Blackeall, 199 

Blackford, 132, 161 

Blakdon, 166 

Blakford, 5, 132, 228 

Blakston, 5 

Blanc, 209 

Blanchmonster, 5, 210, 213 

Blerick, 5 

Blewet, 5, 90, 112, 133, 255, 

263, 265, 275, 323, 324 
Bloiho, 202, 204 
Blount, 306 
Blowio, 58 
Bloyhow, 5, 210, 211 
Bloyow, 205, 207, 208 
Bluet, 169, 215, 279, 281, 

288 
Blugenay, 76 
Blukenet, 258 
Blund, 195, 201 
Blunt, 119, 264 
Bockland, 151 
Bocland, 85 
Bodbram, 205 
Bodlegh, 5 
Bodrugan, 5, 124, 204, 205, 

207, 210, 212, 217, 218, 

297 
Bodulgat, 5 

Bohun, 55, 81, 146, 305, 309 
Bole, 6 
Bolebec, 60 
Bolegh, 6 
Boleville, 67 
Boleworth, 59 
Boley, 58 
Boleyn, 326 
Bolhay, 155, 157 
Bolonia, 244, 250 
Boloniensis, 225 
Bolter, 6 
Boltsam, 6 
Bolworthy, 6 
Bond, 6 

Bonde, 207, 277 
Bonet, 280 
Bonifant, 6 
Bonvill, 6, 83, 84, 89, 90, 

99, 102, 104, 105. 123, 125, 

133, 144, 155, 158, 160, 



162, 164, 165, 167, 170, 
172-174, 217, 268-270, 298, 
316-318 

Borage, 6 

Borham, 253 

Borhant, 256 

Borhout, 258, 281, 288 

Borough, 6 

Bosco, 156, 189, 229 

Bosmontell, 156 

Bosum, 6 

Boteler, 320 

Boteraus, 58 

Botereaux, 163, 165, 169, 
170, 171 

Boterell, 163, 202, 244, 247 

Boterelles, 85 

Boterels, 6 

Boterford, 6 

Botterells, 6 

Botiler, 168 

Botreaux, 6, 83, 100, 102, 
104-107, 123, 125, 126, 
135, 145, 154, 172, 173, 

20I, 204, 206, 209, 211, 
212, 2I4-2I8, 263, 265, 
267-270, 294, 309, 314, 318 

Bourchier, 72, 78, 84, 107, 
108, no, 112, 113, 118, 
175-177, 180, 271, 297 

Bovedon, 59 

Bovill, 6 

Bowden, 6 (3) 

Bowring, 6, 7 

Bowrman, 7 

Boyland. 188, 189 

Boys, 7(4). 88 

Bozom, 90, 150, 153, 155, 
197 

Brabant, 7 

Bracton, 136 

Bracy, 7 (2) 

Bradbridge, 7 

Bradeston, 197, 314 

Bradney, 7 

Braeso, 224 

Bragge, 7 

Bran, 250 

Branch, 250 

Brandon, 325 

Branscomb, 7, 89 

Brantingliam, 7, 146 

Braose, 60-62 

Bratton, 7, 244 

Braunscomb, 88, 143 

Braus, 7, 150 

Bray, 7, in, 123, 126, 290 

Braybrok, 186 

Breaute, 65 

Bremlegh, 7 

Brenchesley, 190 

Brendisworthy, 158 

Brent, 7, 256, 269 

Breos, 60-63, 149, 151-153 

Brereton, 7 

Bret, 240, 243, 244, 254, 277 

Breth, 59 

Breuse, 128 

Brewer, 134, 136 



Index of Persons, 



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Brewere, 61 

Brevverton, 200 

Brewes, 188, 243, 247 

Brews, 232 

Brewse, 131 

Brian, 8, 70, 78, 83, 129, 
145, 165, 169-171, 231-233 

Brideport, 196 

Bridham, 8 

Bridmanston, 231 

Brigge, 8 

Brigham, 8 

Brightlegh, 88 

Brightley, 8 

Brigwater, 236 

Brigwer, 8, 85, 86, 129, 151 

Briket, 8 

Brioniis, 8, 148 

Bristricus, 59 

Brit, 8, 88, 150 

Britannia, 223 

Britnall, 199 

Brito, 242, 243 

Briton, 190 

Britricheston, 8 

Britvile, 126, 150 

Briwer, 8, 60, 69, 71, 74, 80, 
82, 85, 129, 131, 186, 244- 
246, 248 

Broadmore, 199 

Brok, 59, 107 

Brokas, 292 

Brook, 51 

Brooke, 8, 74, 84, 89, 90, 
103-106, in, 132, 144, 
171-174, 177, 219, 236, 
266-268, 270, 271, 323, 325 

Brotherton, 311 

Broughton, 8, 90, 177 

Brounscomb, 8 

Browne, 8, 116, 181, 191, 

240, 3 2 5 
Brownyng, 321 
Bruer, 9, 58, 150, 153, 158 
Bruere, 131, 136 
Bruges, 277 
Brugg, 9 

Bruis, 75, 133, 169 
Brun,.2i3, 214, 247, 256 
Brushford, 9 
Bruyn, 241 
Bryan, 45, 98, 100, 103, 130, 

150 
Bryane, 63, 66, 67 
Bryone, 298 
Brywer, 134 
Buckenham, 199 
Buckerell, 9 
Bucket, 9 
Buckham, 229, 230 
Buckland, 9 
Buckton, 9 
Budokeside, 9, 90 
Bukland, 283 
Buknam, 199 
Bulkworthy, 9, 155 
Buller, 9, 199, 222 
Burcy, 224 1 155 

Burdon, 9, 58, 130, 151, 152, 



Burell, 9 
Burgheirs, 301 
Burgheis, 252 
Burghers, 264, 265, 289 
Burghersh, 306, 308-310, 314, 

319 
Burghunte, 256, 258 
Burgoyn, 9 
Burlegh, 9 
Burley, 194 
Burneby, 9 
Burnell, 9, 50 
Burnford, 9 
Bursh, 10 

Burton, 10, 90, 140 
Bury, 10 
Bussell, 10, 294 
Butteler, 10, 191 
Button, 182, 293 
Buttour, 10 
Buzum, 126 
Bykeley, 58 
Byndon, 239 
Byry, 10 

Cabell, 10 

Cabian, 252 

Cadena, 250 

Cadiho, 10 

Cadurcis, 74, 75 

Cahurta, 10 

Callard, 10 

Calley, 10 

Calmady, 10, 119, 183, 185 

Calston, 321 

Calwoodlegh, 162, 198 

Cammill, 70 

Camoys, 144 

Cam pell, 59 

Campellis, 154 

Campo Florido, 244, 246, 

249 
Camvil, 136, 137 
Camvill, 10, 83, 163, 164 
Camville, 63, 64, 67, 69 
Cancell, 204 
Cancellis or Chanceaux, 154, 

155 
: Canington, 310, 319 
j Cantilup, 10, 97 

Cantilupe, 60-62, 134, 137, 
299 

Capell, 327 

Caperon, 69 

Cardinan, 58, 201-204 

Careslake, 10, 11 

Carew, 11, 78, 91-94, 105, 
106, 108-112, 114, 118, 
120, 123, 130, 131, 138, 
164, 165, 169, 172-174, 
176-180, 183, 185, 220, 

277. 33. 3 12 . 3 l8 > 325. 

326 
Cariset, 11 
Carleton, 11 
Carmyno, 11, 89, 101, 203, 

206, 207, 209, 211, 212, 

214, 302, 303, 320 
Carmynow, 168 



116, 119, 
180, 181, 



Carnsiow, 222 

Carowe, 139 

Carrant, 273, 274, 320, 325 

Carrew, 84, 139, 142 

Carrio, 130, 138, 139, 151 
152 

Carru, 98 

Carswell, 11 

Carvill, 150 

Carwitham, 11 

Cary, 11, 93, 94, 
120, 144, 146, 
185, 190, 232, 234, 314 

Castre, 204 

Cate, 180, 181 

Catesby, 19T, 324 

Catlyn, 191 

Caume, 257 

Causheof, 132 

Cavendish, 119 

Cavill, 11 

Cayry, 310 

Cecill, 119, 239 

Ceresi, 228 

Cervinton, 11, 325 

Chaffe, 200 

Chagford, 11 

Chalers, 285 

Challons, 11, 89, 90, 103- 
106, 124, 125, 159, 161, 
163, 164, 167, 171-173 

Chalvedon, 11 

Chamberlayn, 11, 280 

Chambernon, 11, 88-90, 92, 
128, 136-138, 144, 150, 
if 1 . *53i I 57. 161, 163, 
166-168, 170, 171, 177- 
181, 205, 206, 208-211, 
214, 215 

Chambers, 12 

Chammond, 92, 93 

Chamond, in, 220 

Champayn, 229, 232 

Champeaux, 12, 151, 154, 
157, 158, 162 

Champernon, 12, 20, 51, 60, 
73- 93. 94. 97. 102, 105, 
no, in, 114, 115, 119, 
124, 173 

Champneis, 198 

Champney, 12 

Chanceaux, 12 

Chancomb, 283 

Chanterell, 12 

Chantmarl, 228 

Chanton, 256 

Chaple, 200 

Chappell, 12, 200 

Charleton, 169 

Charlton, 98 

Charteray, 12, 150, 153, 163, 
165, 169 

Chaworth, 74, 75 

Chedelworth, 12 

Chedindon, 228-230 

Cheigni, 88 

Chelburgh, 310 

Chelrey, 190, 321 

Chelsham, 12 



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Cheriton, 12 

Cherlton, 310 

Chertsey, 228 

Chetill, 225 

Cheverell, 279-283 

Cheyney, 12, 88-91, 100, 103, 

105, 106, 132, 157, 160, 

163, 166, 167, 169, 171, 

173, 174, 191, 258, 260, 

264, 265, 270, 283-285, 

322 
Chichester, 12, 64, 91, 93, 

94, 114, 118-120, 124, 179- 

181, 183-185 
Chiddelegh, 12, 88 
Chidelegh, 178 
Chideok, 232-236, 238, 310, 

318, 320-323 
Chiderley, 12 
Chidlegh, 70, 89, 90, 92, 103, 

113, 118, I20, i2i, 124, 

178, 183-185, 215 
Chilton, 249, 250, 254 
Chiselden, 89, 133 
Chiverston, 12, 13, 88, 99, 

126, 159, 166-168 
Chiverton, 99 
Choke, 191, 271-273 
Chostes, 258 
Chub, 198 
Chudelegh, 171, 172 
Chudlegh, 69, 323 
Churche, 13 
Churchill, 13 
Chuselden, 13, 89 
Ciltsilt, 194 
Circester, 13 
Cirencester, 13, 86, 87, 154, 

157, 248, 249 
Clambovv, 266 
Clare, 13, 56, 133 
Clark, 13, 198 
Clatworthy, 183 
Clavil, 148, 161 
Clavile, 123, 158 
Clavill, 13, 123, 152, 224, 

239 
Clerk, 86 
Clesdon, 253 
Clifford, 13, 81, 98, 130, 162, 

165, 168, 179, 253, 296, 

297, 322, 324 
Clifton, 94, 114, 249, 257, 

275, 276 
Clist, 13, 152, 154 
Clivedon, 13, 88, 256, 260, 

262, 263, 283 
Clobery, 13 
Clopton, 13, 228, 252 
Clotworthy, 13 
Cobham, 13, 37, 84, 103, 

107, in, 171, 172, 177, 

187, 188, 271, 325 
Coblegh, 13 
Cocinton, 13 
Cocktree, 13 
Cockworthy, 13 
Code, 14, 126 
Coffin, 14, 92 



Coffyn, 14, 154, 155, 157, 

160, 161, 178 
Cogan, 14, 71, 72, 96, 101, 

103, 123, 129, 134, 138, 

140, 142, 145, 160, 164, 
166, 168, 170, 254, 264, 
266 

Cokayn, 14, 147 

Cokeram, 14 

Cokington, 164, 167 

Cokinton, 88 

Colbroke, 14 

Cole, 14, 69, 89, 161, 206 

Coleshill, 198 

Coleshull, 271 

Collaton, 14 

Colles, 14 

Collingbom, 14 

Collins, 14 

Colomb, 183 

Colshull, 14, 106, 108, 174, 

216-218, 256 
Columb, 14 

Columbars, 242, 245, 247 
Columbers, 14, 60, 64, 66, 

138, 140, 248, 254, 259, 

261, 280, 306, 308 
Colyn, 14 
Comb, 2 
Comerwill, 281 
Compton, 14, 236 
Cooke, 15, 117, 197 
Cooper, 241, 277 
Copener, 59 
Copleston, 15, 91, 93, 94, 

126, 144, 146, 323 
Corbet, 15, 61, 73, 124, 125, 

131, 136, 140 
Corby n, 15 
Corinton, 15 
Cormailes, 258 
Cornu, 15, 59, 86, 89, 100, 

102, 156, 169, 170 
Cornubia, 166, 201, 202, 206, 

209 
Cornwall, 15, 97, 104, 167 
Cossington, 245, 247, 264, 

288 
Cotes, 283 
Cottele, 167 
Cottelegh, 252 
Cotteley, 228 
Cottell, 15, 246, 257 
Cotterell, 15 
Cottesford, 15 
Cottiel, 197 
Cotton, 57, 293 
Courtenay, 15, 74, 77, 78, 

80, 83. 84, 86, 90, 91, 

93, 96-98, 101, 102, 104- 

113, 115, 118, 123-125, 

127, 129, 132-137, 140, 

141, I44-M7. i5 2 -i54. 156. 
157, 159, 160, 163, 165, 
168-170, 172-180, 184, 214- 
219, 266, 267, 269, 271, 
272, 312 

Courtney, 94, 125, 194, 320, 
324. 325 



Cramborn, 239 

Cranecomb, 249 

Cranlegh, 16 

Craulegh, 16 

Crawthorn, 16 

Crawthorne, 88 

Creke, 211 

Crese, 16 

Creuse, 16 

Crevquer, 280, 283 

Crewes, 158 

Crewlegh, 16 

Crichester, 16 

Crispin, 16 

Crispyn, 162 

Cristenstow, 16 

Crocker, 16, 92, 108, 109 

175. 176 
Croft, 16 
Crofton, 16 
Crook, 16 
Crooke, 16 
Crookehorn, 323 
Croupes, 231 
Crowethorne, 88 
Crubb, 296 
Crudge, 16, 198 
Crues, 142 

Cruis, 163, 165, 166, 169 
Cruket, 228, 229, 252 
Cruys, 100, 154 
Crymell, 198 
Crymes, 94 
Cubicularius, 225 
Cuiley, 16 
Culm, 16 
Culpeper, 191 
Cultura, 244-246 
Cumb, 283 
Cumpton, 288 
Curbman, 16 
Curcell, 223, 243, 246 
Curcon, 71 
Curcy, 242 
Curwen, 221 
Cush, 17 
Cutler, 197 
Cutt, 17 
Cyrencester, 167 

D .... 17 

Dabernon, 17, 88, 143, 282 

Dabrigcort, 292 

Dacres, 325 

Dacus, 153, 159 

Dalbeney, 132 

Dalmari, 225 

Damarell, 17, 47, 98, 99, 102, 
123, 126, 148, 154, 156- 
158, 160, 161, 164, 165, 
168-170, 264, 297 

Damarle, 89 

Damster, 198 

Danney, 17 

Dantesey, 284 

Darby, 234 

Darcy, 135 

Darrel, 272 [309 

Dauney, 17, 96, 100, 165, 



Index of Persons. 



333 



Davailes, 131 

Davider, 17 

Davilles, 17 

Davy, 17, 45, 95, 200 

Dawbeney, 17, 91, 109, no, 
132, 135, 175, 177, 212, 
215-219, 236, 251, 254, 
2 56, 257, 259, 262-264, 
268, 269, 271, 272, 296, 
297, 306, 312, 317, 323 

Dawney, 144 

Deane, 17 

Deaudon, 156, 250 

De la Mare, 17 

Denbaud, 318 

Deneis, 157, 229 

Deneys, 153 

Denham, 17, 70, 75, 76, 103, 
106, 109, 193, 308, 310, 
316 

Dennis, 17 

Dennys, 17, 18, 91-94, 111- 
114, 118, 125, 159, 162, 
178-180, 320, 327 

Densill, 18, 70 

Dernford, 18, 90, 280, 324 

Desmond, 139 

Despencer, 75, 77 

Detling, 18 

Devereux, 266, 319 

Devon (Earls of), 80 

Dier, 195 

Dierling, 195 

Digby, 18, 181, 240, 328 

Dillington, 293 

Dillon, 18, 144, 182 

Dimock, 18 

Dinan, 128 

Dinant, 136, 138, 152, 153, 
155, 157, 160 

Dinham, 75, 76, 83, 84, 91, 
99, 104, 105, 108, 135, 156, 
157, 160, 163, 168-171, 
173. !75. IQ 3. 206, 215- 
219, 294, 299, 300, 324, 
326 

Dirwyn, 18 

Dispenser, 150 

Docton, 18 

Dodderigg, 18 

Dodderigge, 116, 182, 184 

Doddescomb, 18, 31, 87, 157 

Dodenhay, 18 

Dole, 53 

Doliz, 126 

Donier, 263 

Domerghes, 227 

Donastanfile, 58 

Donheved, 244 

Donjon, 55 

Donne, 18 

Dorchester, 200 

Doune, 161, 163, 165 

Dovile, 170 

Doville, 101 

Doway, 70, 123 

Dowdal, 180, 181 

Downe, 18 

Dowiish, 124 



Dowrysh, 18 

Drake, 18, 94, 95, 115, 118, 

119, 121, 179, 183-185 
Draycot, 251 
Dreu, 140 

Drew, 19, 23, 184, 197 
Drewe, 117 
Drewell, 19 
Druell, 198 
Duacus, 70 
Duai, 224 
Duck, 19 

Duke, 19, 93, 198, 199 
Dunheved, 159 
Dunn, 19 
Dunscomb, 19 
Dunstanvill, 202, 279, 282 
Duport, 19, 195 
Durant, 19 
Durburgh, 264, 265 
Durnford, 19 
Duway, 148 
Dyer, 19, 274, 275 
Dyllon, 117 
Dynan, 128 
Dynant, 75, 76, 161, 296 

Eborum, 187 

Edgcomb, 7, 19, 62, 91-93, 

108-110, 112, 113, 117, 

175. *77> 178, 182, 184, 

219, 220, 222. 324 
Edmondes, 19, 181 
Edulphus, 57 
Egleshull, 87 
Ellicot, 19 
Elliot, 19 
Ellis, 19 
Ellyot, 222 
Eltam, 141 
Eltham, 209 
Emnelegh, 249 
Enderby, 91 
Enfield, 189 
Englefield, 19, 86 
Englefild, 156 
Engleis, 19, 169 
English, 19, 212, 213 
Englishvill, 20 
Ercedecne, 89, 100, 103, 140, 

157, 169, 205, 206, 208- 

210, 212, 214, 215 
Erie, 20, 183, 241, 312 
Erlegh, 69, 86, 243, 245, 247- 

249, 255, 259, 262 
Ermentes, 244 
Ernulphi, 169 
Escot, 289 
Escudamore, 166, 167, 280, 

282, 283 
Espek, 150 
Esse, 20, 87, 99, 150, 158, 

163, 167 
Estchurch, 20 
Estmond. 20 
Eston, 20, 197, 251 
Estre, 130, 150-152, 242, 245 
Esturmy, 103, 171, 173, 174, 

281, 284, 301, 313 



Evelegh, 12, 20 

Everard, 227, 230-232, 247, 

251, 259, 260, 262, 314 
Evercy, 288 
Exeter, 224 
Exeter, Bishops of, 1, 3, 7, 8 

Faconberg, 255, 260, 262, 
264 

Facy, 154 

Falapit, 20 

Falesia, 64, 224 

Falwell, 20 

Farboure, 196 

Faringdon, 20, 283 

Farway, 20 

Farwell, 277, 278 

Fauconberg, 88 

Fawell, 20 

Feneton, 195 

Fenner, 192 

Ferrers, 20, 74, 89, 126, 130, 
137, 139, 144, 151, 152, 
154, 156, 162, 164, 165, 
167-169, 206, 207, 210, 244, 
298, 300, 301, 306, 316, 
320 

Ferte, 74 

Fesard, 20 

Fichet, 20, 215, 250, 255, 
258, 260, 262, 266 

Fienes, 245, 247, 250 

Filius Ade, 249 

Filius Amelini, 225 

Filius Comes, 61, 62, 74 

Filius Ereboldi, 225 

Filius Galfridi, 243, 254, 255 

Filius Gerald i, 246, 247 

Filius Grip, 225 

Filius Henrici, 204, 247, 248 

Filius Hugonis, 243 

Filius Johannis, 243 

Filius Martini, 243, 244, 246 

Filius Odini, 225 

Filius Pagani, 226, 227, 244 

Filius Petri, 66, 257 

Filius Ranulphi, 224 

Filius Reginaldi, 257, 259 

Filius Ricardi, 202, 203, 205 

Filius Roberti, 203, 204, 244, 

245 
Filius Walteri, 243 
Filius Willelmi, 201-204, 211, 

243, 245, 246 
Fillegh, 21, 158, 162 
Filloll, 68, 309 
Fissacre, 21, 88, 97, 156, 

158-160, 162, 166, 168 
Fissakre, 48 
Fissingborn, 257 
Fitz, 21, 94, 116, 182 
Fitz Amfri, 150 
Fitz Ancelin, 133 
Fitz Baldwin, 125 
Fitz Barnard, 258 
Fitz Bernard, 21, 85, 123, 

150, 159, 244, 251, 253 
Fitz Everard, 186 
Fitz Gerald, 56, 133, 139 



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Fitzgerold, 223 

Fitz Ham on, 243 

Fitzharding, 242 

Fitz Henry, 21, 195 

Fitz Herbert, 131, 135, 233, 

263, 266, 309, 310, 316 
Fitz Herebert, 131, 152, 1^3 
Fitz Iva, 204, 205 
Fitz James, 143, 240, 274, 

275 
Fitz Jeffrey, 149, 156 
Fitz Joell, 159 
Fitz John, 87, 133, 163, 164 
Fitz Lucas, 152 
Fitz Martin, 82, 125, 151, 

152, 155 
Fitz Martyn, 125, 149, 150, 

153 [140 

Fitz Matthew, 71, 135, 136, 
Fitz Nicol, 253 
Fitz Nicolas, 247 
Fitz Nicoll, 321 
Fitz Payn, 21, 89, 100, 102, 

103, 159, 161, 167, 169, 

171, 227, 229-231, 233, 
254, 256, 259, 261, 265, 
296, 33- 3!0. 3 IQ 

Fitz Payne, 21, 145, 160, 

172-174 
Fitzpeers, 138 
Fitzpeter, 297 
Fitz Reginald, 149, 150, 158, 

305. 309 
Fitz Richard, 58, 154, 159, 

161 
Fitz Roald, 157 
Fitz Robert, 150, 243 
Fitz Roger, 59, 311, 316, 317 
Fitz Rogon, 150, 153, 156, 

161, 164 
Fitz Roy, 54, 55, 127, 149 
Fitz Stephen, 21, 85, 150, 

I 5 I > J 53 1 ^2, 163, 165, 

186, 195 
Fitz Svmon, 159 
Fitz Thorold, 58 
Fitz Urs, 244, 262, 267 
Fitz Walter, 58, 78, 151, 213 
Fitzwarine, 76 
Fitz Warren, 21, 72, 83, 84, 

88, 102-103, io 7 IC> 8. 123, 

131, 144, 145, 147, 158, 

172, 177, 233, 234, 263, 
265, 267, 268, 271, 281, 282, 
309, 311, 316, 319, 321 

Fitzwaryn, 143 

Fitz William, 58, 67, 85, 129, 

150, 211, 291 
Flandrensis, 131, 202 
Fleetwood, 184, 292 
Fleming, 21, 58 
Fleminge, 155, 159 
Flemming, 192, 193 
Flemminge, 106 
Flemmyng, 207 
Flemmynge, 105, 106 
Flemyng, 85, 86, 131, 144, 

150, 151, 153, 299 
Flemynge, 173, 174, 292, 293 



Flory, 249 

Flowrdew, 192 

Floyer, 21 

Folliot, 22, 126, 132, 231, 

245, 247 
Ford, 248, 283 
Forde, 22, 255, 259, 260, 319 
Fortescu, 22, 70, 90, 92-95, 

105, 124, 125, 131, 132, 

I73-I7S 

Fortescue, 35, 107, 181, 325 

Fortibus, 55, 56, 135, 254, 

Fountayn, 22 [287 

Founton, 22 

Fowell, 22, 120, 183, 185 

Fowk, 22 

Foxley, 189 

Franceis, 22, 273, 274 

Frankcheyney, 22 

Franklin, 22 

Freake, 240 

Frensh, 22 

Fron, 198 

Frost, 198 

Fry, 22, 95 

Frye, 22 

Fulford, 23, 91-94, 108, 109, 
in, 117, 124-126, 174-176, 
178, 179, 182, 184, 218- 
221, 270-272, 323, 326 

Fulkroy, 23 

Fulton, 188 

Furlong, 23 

Furneaus, 161, 162 

Furneaux, 23, 85, 87, 88, 99, 
126, 159, 250, 252, 255, 
258-260, 262, 288 
J Furnell, 85, 126, 150, 151 

Furnevall, 306 

Fursdon, 23 
; Fursland, 23 
i Fynamor, 23, 156 

Fysaker, 23 

Gale, 23 

Galfridi, 201 

Gambon, 23 

Gant, 71 

Garland, 23 

Gastely, 282 

Gastelyn, 280, 281 

Gatepath, 195 

Gates 180, 181 

Gatpath, 23 

Gaveston, 87, 140, 209 

Gay, 23 

Geere, 23 

Geffrey, 198 

Geithin, 195 

Gerberg, 256 

Germyn, 23, 197, 200 

Gervasius, 159 

Gerveis, 196 

Gerveys, 195 

Gibbes, 23 

Giffard, 23, 24, 94, 112, 143, 
155. J 57> 158, 178, 207, 
211, 224, 230, 280, 282, 
291, 292 



24, 91,93, 114, 



Gilbard, ^4, yi,y^, 
119, 123, 179, 180 

Giles, 24, 94, 117, 182, 184 

Gille, 24 

Gist, 196 

Glamorgan, 264, 288 

Glanfvill, 119 

Glanvill, 24, 183, 185 

Glastenbury, 256 

Glocester, 257 

Glyn, 208, 210 
I Godarvill, 58 

Godmanston, 230 

Godolphin, 220-222 

Godrevy, 213 

Godwyn, 24 

Gonytz, 231 

Goodman, 92 

Gorges, 24, 87, 89, 115, 1x8, 
126, 157, 170, 180, 184, 
238, 265, 272, 273, 277, 
298, 301, 315, 322, 324- 

3 2 7 
Gorney, 296 
Goscelmus, 59 
Gournay, 254 
Gourney, 263, 267 
Govys, 296 
Graas, 24 
Granavilla, 123 
Grandison, 282 
Grane, 24 
1 Grauntson, 300 
[ Gray, 24, 84, 112, 123, 145, 

187, 197, 218 
I Greene, 284, 285 
J Greinvill, 244 
Grendon, 197 
1 Grenevile, 188 
Grenham, 24, 162 
Grenvil, 123 
Grenvile, 89, 92 
Grenvill, 24, 100 

109, in, 115, 

132, 175, 176, , 

214, 216, 218-222, 249 
Grenville, 89, 153, 154, 163 

167, 169, 170, 172, 178 

179, 183, 185, 
Grevill, 74, 132, 133 
Griffyn, 327 
Grimston, 24 
Grindham, 164, 248 

256, 258, 275 
Grymsted, 281, 283 
Gudmund, 225 
Gulden, 231-233 
Gundeville, 85 
Gurdeth, 59 
Gurdon, 288 
Gurnay, 248, 249, 301 
Gurney, 260, 266, 298 
Gushille, 227, 228 

Haccomb, 25, 97, 103, 158, 

160, 161, 165-167 
Hach, 25, 281, 324 
Haddon, 232, 262 
Hake, 25 



103, 108, 
117, 121, 
210. 212, 



144, 191 



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335 



Hakerige, 25 

Hakworthy, 25 

Halbene, 25 

Halberton, 25, 196 

Hale, 232, 233 

Halgewill, 25, 176 

Hall, 25, 

Hallap, 25 

Halle, 185 

Hals, 123 

Halse, 25, 90, 91, 183, 222 

Halswell, 277 

Halwell, 91, 92, 108, 109, 

126, 175 
Hameley, 213, 314 
Hamley, 25 
Hamlin, 198, 199 
Hamlyn, 25, 198 
Hampton, 25 
Hancock, 25 
Hanham, 239 
Haningfild, 25 
Hankeford, 103 
Hankford, 25, 72, 90, 104, 

107, 147, 172, 173, 191, 

269, 326 
Hanley, 25 
Hanop, 25 
Hardeshull, 25 
Hardvvike, 309 
Harford, 26 
Harlewin, 26, 175 
Harlewyn, 108 
Harptru, 243, 245, 246 
Harrington, 84, 102, 104, 

107, 145, 147, 171-174. 

215, 217, 276 
Harris, 26, 116, 182, 183 
Harrys, 117 
Hart, 26 
Harvy, 26 
Harwell, 26 
Haselden, 253, 279 
Hastenet, 195 
Hastings, 26, 62, 66, 237-239, 

276 
Hathey, 26 
Haughton, 219 
Haule, 70 
Hautevill, 26 
Havering, 229, 230 (2) 
Haversham, 279 
Hawkins, 26, 182 
Hawkyns, 116, 180 
Hawlegh, 146 
Hawley, 26, 277, 323 
Hay, 303 
Haya, 201 
Haydon, 26, 258 
Haye, 70 

Hayne, 26, 288, 289 
Hays, 26 
Heale, 26, 94, 95, 116, 121, 

183-185, 278 
Heales, 27 
Heaton, 27 
Hecham, 136 
Hele, 155, 158, 181, 182 
Heligan, 205, 208-211 



Helion, 188 

Herdereshill, 167 

Hereward, 27, 59, 157, 166 

Heris, 58 

Herl, 103, 172, 173 

Herle, 89, 105, 106, 215-217 

Herryng, 319 

Herward, 27, 155, 159 

Hesding, 223 

Hewet, 198 

Hewys, 210 

Hext, 27, 277 

Hide, 209 

Hidon, 27, 7j, 150, 156, 157, 

160, 161 
Hilion, 27, 124, 156 
Hiliun, 148, 154 
Hill, 27 

Hille, 90, 103, 146, 277 
Hillerisdon, 27, 90 
Hingescot, 27 
Hingeston, 27 
Hingham, 189 
Hinton, 27 
Hinxton, 27, 182 
Hispaniensis, 224 
Histenton, 155 
Hiwis, 162, 168 
Hodesfield, 176 
Hody, 27, 28, 175, 235, 270, 

272 
Hoke, 310, 317 
Holbeme, 28 
Holbroke, 28 
Holcomb, 28 
Holdesworth, 59 
Holland, 28, 62, 64, 83, 84, 

91, 92, 101, 107, 145, 194, 

326 
Holland, Earl of Kent, 134 
Holt, 281, 283 
Holway, 28 
Hone, 29 
Honichach, 28 
Hoochins, 28 
Hoody, 236 
Hooke, 78 

Hooker, 28, 48, 198, 199 
Hopton, 276 
Horcy, 236- 241, 250 
Hore, 28 
Horn, 196 

Hornecot, 202, 203, 205 
Horner, 274, 275, 278 
Horselegh, 163 
Horsey, 296, 321, 323 
Horsy, 126, 292 
Horton, 28, 87, 97, 156, 167 
Houndesmore, 28, 29 
Howard, 113, 237-239 
Howchurch, 29 
Howell, 200 
Howker, 29 
Hoxham, 29, 155 
Huckmore, 29 
Huddesfild, 29, 109 
Huesee, 243 
Hughton, 196 
Hugo (Comes), 223 



Huish, 29, 146 

Hull, 2 (2), 29, 90, 147, 197, 

200, 230, 267, 270, 321 
Humet, 243 
Humetz, 244 
Humfravil, 29, 99 
Humtravill, 99, 129 
Humfridus, 224 
Hundetorr, 59 
Hungerford, 107, 108, 268, 

271, 273, 282-286, 327 
Hunt, 29, 199, 213 
Huntingdon, 237-239 
Hurst, 29, 199, 303 
Husee, 249 
Hussey, 280-282, 289, 297, 

298, 300, 301, 304, 311, 

3i8 
Hutton, 193 
Hywis, 29, 208 
Hywys, 100, 101 

Inckpen, 162 
Inde, 30 
Inge, 88, 189 
Ingheia, 253 
Inglefild, 29, 187 
Inkelton, 29 
Inkpen, 207 
Inkpenn, 29 
Insula, 289, 314 
Ipocras, 29 
Isodis, 225 
Ivelchester, 195 

Jay, 30 

Jeffreis, 240 

Jeffrey, Earl of Cornwall, 

124 
Jeffreys, 192 
Jenninges, 277 
Jephson, 292 
Jermyn, 30 
Jew, 30, 98, 166-168 
Jewe, 98 
Jewell, 15, 30 
Jewes, 199 
Job, 198 

John, Earl of Moreton, 129 
Jude, 30 

Kadiho, 30 

Kaell, 163, 255 

Kaill, 30 

Kaines, 225-227 

Kaly, 258 

Karnet, 280 

Karvill, 249 

Kaull, 124, 253 

Kawoodlegh, 30 

Kaymis, 30 

Kaynes, 311 

Kays, 30 

Keines, 30 

Kellendon, 309 

Kelly, 30, 101, 156, 160, 162 

167, 170, 198 
Keloway, 30, 290, 291 
Kemthorn, 30 



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Ken, 196 

Kendall, 30, 31, 208 

Kenne, 320 

Kent, 207 

Kentisbere, 247, 250 

Kentwood, 214 

Kernick, 207 

Keynes, 59, 60, 89, 143, 296, 

297 
Killigrew, 305, 323 
Killigru, 181, 22i, 222 
Kinderston, 316 
Kingdon, 31 
Kingesmill, 291-293 
Kingston, 124, 178, 260, 264, 

283, 284, 288, 321 
Kirk, 199 
Kirkhani, 31, 89, 92, 94, 98, 

no, in, 117, 162, 165, 

176, 178, 182 
Kirkhill, 31 
Kirkman, 87 
Kirton, 31 
Knight, 200, 
Knolle, 31 
Knolles, 31 
Knovile, 135, 140 
Knovill, 31, 87, 163, 165, 

166, 304 
Kokeyn, 207 
Kokington, 97 

Lacy, 31 

Lamborn, 208, 210, 214 

Lamprey, 31 

Lancaster, 75 

Lancelles, 154 

Langdon, 31, 196 

Langford, 31, 86, 90, 150, 

154, 159, 161, 281, 289 
Langham, 31 
Langley, 31 
Lant, 31 
Lapsode, 31 
La Pomeray, 89 
Larder, 31, 125 
Lascell, 202 
La Stane, 158 
Latimer, 234, 235, 315 
Launde, 231 
Laurence, 237 
Lawrenc, 31 
Lawrens, 241 
Leache, 95, 120, 185 
Le Dispenser, 55 
Lega, 153 
Legh, 32, 59, 153. 155. 251. 

258, 293 
Leigh, 251 
Leofricus, 57 
Le Pruz, 161 
Le Rous, 158, 161 
Lestre, 130 
Lever, 32 

Levermore, 32, 199, 200 
Lewes, 32 
Lewkenor, 188 
Lewton, 309 
Lexington, 280 



Lexinton, 186, 187 

Ley, 32, 253 

Ley ton, 32 

Lichefild, 196 

Limpenny, 199 

Limpeny, 32 

Lincoln, 225 

Lincolnia, 226, 227 

Lind, 255 

Lindleston, 218 

Linscot, 32 

Lippincot, 32 

Lisley, 103, no, 213, 215, 

237, 284-286, 288-291, 293, 

307. 3*4 
Lizures, 244 
Loges, 248 
Lohereng, 245 
Lomen, 32, 155, 158, 161 
London, 75, 247, 280 
Long, 273, 286 
Longespe, 138 
Longland, 210, 213, 258, 

260, 262, 264, 265 
Longspee, 280 
Lorcy, 281 
Loring, 32, 145, 170 
Loringe, 60 
Loriwell, 32 
Lorty, 254, 260, 262, 265, 

301, 305. 307 
Loryng, 100, 213, 214 
Loterell, 256 
Loundres, 282, 314 
Lovecock, 196 
Loveis, 32 
Lovell, 78, 242, 246, 248, 

251, 254, 259, 261, 304, 

35 
Lovenny, 253, 255 
Loverton, 244 
Lovis, 32 
Lower, 222 
Lowman, 32 
Luccomb, 32, 165, 249, 251, 

264, 296 
Lucy, 32, 58, 152, 229, 233, 

280 
Ludlowe, 327 
Lumen, 153 
Lumley, 314 
Lunde, 74 
Luscot, 143 
Lusshill, 285 
Lutterell, 260, 262, 263, 265- 

269, 272-275 
Lynd, 235-237 

Malet, 101, 132, 243, 245, 

248 
Maleverer, 91 
Malherb, 33, 89, 155, 246 
Mallack, 32 
Mallet, 33, 93, 243, 244, 247, 

248, 250, 252-254, 256, 

260, 261, 263, 265, 267, 

268, 276 
Mallett, 32 
Mais ton, 33 



Mandevill, 244 

Manfild, 33 

Manhod, 192 

Manny, n, 142, 311 

Mansell, 124 

Manston, 228-230 

Manwaring, 120 

Maperton, 228 

Mapowder, 33 

Marchant, 33 

Mare, 249, 264, 282, 283, 

288, 298, 317 
Mareis, 162, 201 
Mareys, 264 
Marke, jj 
Marney, 33, 177, 215, 217, 

219, 220, 237, 321, 322, 

325 

Marrow, 62, 64 

Marshall, 33, 62, 137, 264, 
288 

Martell, 225, 226 

Martin, 33, 60, 63, 64, 122, 
125, 127, 129, 136, 137, 
191, 199, 200, 306, 310 

Martyn, 64, 83, 120, 122, 
125, 132, 140, 141, 146, 
164, 166, 183, 185, 228, 

229, 233, 235, 236, 251, 
254, 259, 264 

Marwood, 33, 92 

Matenn, 33 

Matefford, 33 

Mathew, 33 

Matravers, 123, 132, 133, 

233, 234, 299, 305, 317, 

321 
Matresdon, 228 
Mattiston, 229 
Mauban, 229 
Mauduit, 300 
Mauduyt, 282, 283 
Maundevill, 82, 133, 226- 

230, 253, 258, 260, 297 
Mauritania, 224 
Maurward, 234 
Mawry, 33 

May hew, 33 

Mayn, 131 

Maynard, 33 

Mayne, 33 

Medvill, 33 

Meier, 241 

Melleford, 281 

Mellent, 74, 80 

Melplays, 231, 232 

Membiry, 262 

Membyry, 280 

Meolis, 123 

Meriet, 33, 245, 246, 248, 251, 

252, 255, 257, 260, 261, 

263-266 
Merke, tj 
Merl, 34 
Mershwood, 310 
Merton, 34, 66, 67, 69, 99, 

100, 129, 155, 156, 162, 

167, 168, 212 
Meschin, 242 



Index of Persons. 



337 



Metsted, 34, 166 
Mewy, 34 
Mewys, 293 
Michell, 34, 277, 311 
Michelston, 34 
Midelton, 188 
Midleton, 202 
Midwinter, 199 
Mille, 34 
Milliton, 34 
Moeles, 150 

Mohun, 34, 55, 71, 125, 131, 
I 34. I 37 I 38, 221, 225, 

242, 245, 249, 254, 259, 
261, 264, 305, 306 

Moign, 230, 232-234, 303 

Moigne, 227, 229 

Moiun, 224 

Moleins, 240 

Molford, 34 

Molines, 34, 314, 315, 320 

Molland, 104 

Molton, 34, 99, 167, 168, 

.298, 301 
Molynes, 108 
Molyns, 313 
Monceaux, 34 
Monemole, 280 
Monk, 181, 184 
Montacu, 193 
Montacut, 34, 83, 102, 251, 

304. 325 
Montacute, 147, 151, 162, 

243, 245, 246, 248 
Montagu, 58, 98, 130, 145, 

261, 267, 311 
Montague, 130 
Montcheinsy, 301 
Monte Acuto, 130, 142, 144, 

242 
Monte Alto, 62 
Monte Canisio, 301 
Montfort, 88 
Mont Girold, 151 
Monthalt, 137 
Monthermer, 34, 83. 96, 140, 

142, 144, 164, 166, 170, 

307 
Montsorell, 226, 227 
Moore, 34, 35, 113, T14, 124, 

125, 178, 179, 199, 236 
Moorhay, 35 
Mora, 85, 86 
Morcelles, 35, 158 
Mordant, 235, 236 
Moreton, 240, 241 
Morgan, 35 
Mortimer, 134, 144, 147, 299- 

301. 34 
Morton, 35, 223 
Mortymer, 64, 295, 297 
Moun, 66, 155, 160, 246, 

248, 251, 299, 300 
Mountford, 250, 257, 260 
Mountgomery, 139 
Mountjoy, 57, 82 
Mowbray, 145, 190 
Moygne, 298, 308 
Moyle, 35, xo6 fc 174 



! Mucegros, 87, 228, 229, 252, 
296, 298, 300 

I Mulborn, 229 

i Muleis, 83, 295 

I Mules, 35, 78, 83, 86, 96, 
123, 134, 138, 140, 158, 
163, 163-167, 252, 257- 
259, 261, 298, 302, 306, 

307 

Mulis, 69, 154, 247-249, 301 

Muller, 240 

Molton, 186, 187 

Muncke, 116 
I Munk, 35 

Munke, 93 

Munkton, 206 

Muntford, 282 

Murdake, 299 

Mussard, 187 

Mussenden, 188 

Mustell, 156 

Muttelbiry, 124 
; Muzard, 297 

Nanfan, 91 

Nanfant, 177, 219 

Nanscuke, 204, 207 

Nansladron, 83, 208, 304 

Nansouk, 211 

Napper, 240, 241 

Naunton, 316 

Neale, 293 
; Nevill, 227, 248, 279, 325 
; Newburgh, 226, 227, 232, 
2 35. 236, 307, 316 

Newcort, 35 

Newenham, 35 

Newent, 205 

Newmarch, 135 

Newmarket, 152 [327 

Newton, 35, 198, 275-277, 

Nicols, 35, 193 

Nitheway, 35 

Noble, 35, 196 

Nonant, 36, 60-62, 125, 127, 
149, 151-154, 157, 164, 
165, 205 

Noneton, 250 

Norbiry, 35 

Norbury, 123 

Norlegh, 35 

Norman, 159 

Norrys, 35 

Northampton, 239 

Northcot, 36, 88, 95 

Northecoth, 59 

Northover, 258 

Northwood, 36 

Northywis, 123 

Norton, 36, 272, 275, 288, 
292, 293 

Norwich, 320 

Noseworthy, 199 

Noueton, 250, 259, 261 

Novant, 36 

Novoburgo, 226, 227 

Novo Mercato, 151, 244, 
246 

Nymet, 157, 197 



Obley, 198 

Odogar, 58 

Offwell, 36 

Oke, 197 

Okebeare, 36 

Okehampton, 53 

Okeston, 36, 61, 157-160, 

164, 188, 195 
Oldham, 36 
Oldport, 36 

Oliver, 154, 187, 202, 204 
Orchard, 36 
Orenge, 198 
Ormail, 149 
Ormond, 326 
Orwey, 36 
Ow, 224 
Oxenbere, 36 
Oxton, 165 
Oxwood, 326 

Paganell, 128, 134, 154 

Page, 36 

Painell, 70, 71 

Pakenham, 312 

Palmes, 292 

Palton, 36, 105, 106, 173, 

216, 217, 247-249, 254, 

263 
Pancefoot, 36, 271 
Panell, 129 
Pannell, 70-72, 123, 128, 129, 

131, 134, 138, 149, 152, 

153. 288 
Parker, 36, 93-95 
Parrey, 36 
Pasmore, 37 
Passelew, 321 
Passemer, 59 
Pateshull, 186 
Pauncefoot, 216 
Paveley, 189, 254, 264, 279, 

280, 282, 283, 296, 314 
Paves, 256 
Pawlet, 89, 93, 113, 140, 176, 

178-180 
Payne, 37, 234 
Pealtona, 247 
Pechee, 252 
Pecock, 41 
Pederton, 37 
Pedicru, 214 
Pedwardyn, 314 
Pell, 293 
Peneles, 37 
Penros, 214-216 
Percehay, 103, 143, 190, 264 
Percy, 134, 225, 226, 243, 

260, 264, 281 
Perham, 227-229, 240, 279, 

280, 282 
Periam, 180, 192, 199, 200 
Periham, 37 
Perrot, 37 
Perry, 37 

Peryam, 37, 115, 118, 192 
Peryman, 200 
Peter, 199 
Petit, 208, 210, 213 

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Note-Book of Tristram Risdon. 



Petre, 37, 113, 119, 181, 182, 

184 
Peverell, 37, 104, 126, 130, 

*39> I 50" I 5S. 160. 162, 

165, 204-206, 209, 215, 

216, 231, 232, 267, 298, 

300, 303 
Pexsall, 92, 291, 292 
Peyner, 89 
Peytevin, 37 
Phillips, 277 
Philloll, 322, 323 
Philpot, 291, 293 
Pidekeswell, 158 
Pike, 37, 257, 259, 262 
Pillond, 37 
Pincellis, 156 
Pincema, 58, 72, 249 
Pine, 37, 162, 163, 168 
Pipard, 37, 88, ioo, 166, 169, 

186, 314 
Piperell, 37 
Pirro, 149 
Pitt, 37 
Placetis, 295 
Plantaginet, 75, no, 133, 137, 

178 
Plecy, 230-232, 253, 254, 

295 
Plente, 197 
Plokenet, 299, 305 
Podiford, 207 
Poer, 152, 154 
Pohier, 86 
Poilge, 123 
Poines, 229 
Pointingdon, 36 
Poinz, 254, 257, 259, 261 
Pola, 82, 123, 126, 127, 130, 

150 

Pole, 37, 38, 94, 117, 121, 
126, 127, 182-185, 284,285, 
289, 299, 300, 308, 310, 
312 

Polglas, 38 

Pollard. 38, 92-94, no, III, 
114, 116, 119, 121, 178, 
179, 183, 185 

Polleyn, 226 

Poltimor, 38, 158, 160 

Polton, 38 

Pomeray, 38, 58, 61, 68, 73, 
83, 89-91, 96, 100, 102, 
104, 105, 109, no, 113, 
122, 124, 125, 129, 132, 
136-138, 140, 142, 148, 149, 
151-154, 157, 172-176, 178, 
202, 206, 212-216, 314, 325 

Ponte Cardonis, 247 

Pontindon, 38 

Poole, 236 

Pope, 198 

Popham, 38, 107, 255, 259, 
260, 270, 276, 289, 290 

Port, 38. 244 

Porte, 225 

Portman, 274-277 

Potesford, 38 

Potsford, 162 



Power, 38 

Powlet, 38, 103, X09, m, 
112, 114, 116, 119, 171, 
237-239, 290-292 

Powlett, 264-266, 269-275 

Poyerd, 38 

Poynes, 248 

Poynings, 144, 234, 236, 238, 
267-270, 290, 319 

Poyns, 295 

Poyntz, 321 

Poynz, 302, 303, 307 

Prall, 38, 158, 159 

Pratellis, 156 

Prendegaste, 72 

Prescot, 38 

Prestcot, 39 

Presthood, 199 

Preston, 39, 187, 188, 276 

Prestwood, 39 

Prideaux, 39, 94, 99, 101, 
102, 116-118, 120, 157, 158, 
160, 168, 170, 182 - 185, 
203-205, 208, 209, 214, 222, 

327 
Prodham, 39 
Prous, 39, 87, 124, 126, 152, 

163-165, 200 
Prus, 294 
Prust, 39 
Pruteston, 39 
Pruz, 157, 296 

Pry. 39 

Pulla, 246 

Pulleyn, 225 

Punchardon, 39, 150, 151, 

154. iS5 161. 289 
Pury, 39 
Putes, 86 
Putford, 39 
Pym, 39 

Pyn, 87, 159, 203 
Pyne, 39, 40, 89, 90, 156, 

255. 327 

Quyncy, 135, 287 

Rabayn, 252 

Radford, 40 [268 

Radington, 163, 255, 267, 

Radway, 40 

Rake, 101, 170 

Ralegh, 40, 70, 85-89, 98, 
102, in, 115, 134, 150, 
154, 155, 158-161, 163- 
166, 168, 170, 177, 180, 
181, 187, 238, 243, 249, 
251, 252, 254, 257, 264, 
326 

Rame, 18, 40 

Ramesburgh, 314 

Randolf, 288 

Rashley, 40 

Ratclyff, 78 

Raymond, 40 

Reade, 40 

Reddeley, 310 

Redvers, 40, 55, 56, 80, 85, 
225, 287 



Reginald, Earl of Cornwal!, 

82, 85, 125-127, 133 
Reigny, 126, 149, 156, 158, 

250, 251, 256, 258, 260, 

262, 263, 296 
Remsbiry, 232 
Reskimer, 204, 209, 212, 

213 
Revell, 130, 151 
Reynall, 94 
Reynell, 40, 116, 120, 182, 

183. 185 
Reyney, 40 
Richard, Earl of Devon, 

128 
Richard, Earl of Cornwall, 

133 
Richard, Sheriff of Devon, 

125 
Richardson, 193, 200 
Rickhill, 190 
Ridell, 259, 261 
Riden, 40 
I Rider, 41 
j Ridgway, 41, 94, 116, 118, 

120, 180, 181 
Ridver, 124, 149 
Ridvers, 126, 129, 131, 133, 

135 
Rifford, 195 
Ripariis, 80 
Risdon, 41 
Rivallio, 86 
Rivell, 85, 202 
River, 255, 258, 261, 263, 

264 
Rivers, 125, 133, 305 
Rives, 240 
Roald, 304 
Robert, Earl of Lecester, 

128 
Roberts, 222 
Rocester, 188, 189 
Roche, 284 

Rochfort, 228, 229, 251, 255 
Rockborn, 310 
Rodde, 88 
Rodney, 214. 258, 259, 262, 

266, 268, 271, 273, 276- 

278 
Roff, 195 
Rogers, 236-238, 240, 274, 

275, 278 
Rogon, 133 
Rogus, 41 
Rohant, 41, 98, 157, 165, 

168 
Rokland, 41 
Rolle, 41, 94, 116, 119, 182- 

185 

Romeli, 55 
Romesey, 284, 306 
Ronnewell, 198 
Ropelegh, 152 
Ropeley, 133 
Rosin, 41 
Rous, 283, 312 
Rouse, 222 
Rowe, 41 



Index of Persons. 



339 



Rowse, 41, 117, 183 

Rowswell, 95, 120, 183, 185 

Rudgway, 198 

Ruffus, 85, 186 

Rumsey, 253, 259, 261, 266, 

268, 285" 
Rupa, 58 
Rupe, 202 
Rupibus, 60 
Russel, 253, 255, 307, 308, 

3i7 

Russell, 41, 59, 68, 84, 112, 
113, n8, 231, 232, 236, 
248, 262, 266, 300, 302 

Russill, 198 

Sachvile, 132, 151, 252, 154, 

161 , 264 
Sachvill, 41 
Sachville, 87 
Sackeby, 41 
Sackvill, 157, 158 
St. Albin, x6o 
St. Amand, 284 
St Amond, 103 
St. Aubin, 41 
St. Aubyn, 41 
St. Awbin, 70, 157 
St. Awbyn, 100, 103, 105, 
171, 172, 205, 208, 210, 
213, 215, 216 
St. Clare, 243 
St. Cleer, 255 
St. Clere, 41, 42, 260 
St. Deset, 257 
St. Edmond, 187 
St. George, 42, 316 
St. Helen, 288 
St. Hill, 42 
St. John, 42, 55, 80, 98, 168, 

287-291, 308 
St. Leger, 42, 177, 179 
Saintleger, 113, 114 
St. Liger, 92* 93, 111, 175, 

245, 322, 326, 327 
Saintliger, 108 
St. Loe. 284 
St. Low, 42, 256, 260, 263, ' 

283, 3 2 3. 326 
St. Marichurch, 149 
St. Martin, 298 
St. Martyn, 229, 230, 233, ' 

280-284 
St. Maur, 42, 83, 97, 102, j 
131, 145, 265, 271, 272, 
304, 311, 313 
St. Mawre, 171, 176 
St. Phiibert, 289, 308 
St. Quintin, 225 
Saintstephan, 156 
St. Valerik, 252, 258 
St. Vigors, 252, 254 
Salisbyry, 247 
Salle, 42 
Salter, 197 
Samborn, 277 
Samford, 42, 132, 135 
Sandes, 290-292 [305 

Sanford, 227, 228, 230, 299, 



156, 250 

42, 87, 99, 167, 



i Santon, 42 

j Santzavour, 150, 151 

' Sap, 84 

Sapcot, 91 

Sapcotes, 70, 78, 176 

Sapi, 53 

Sarisberia, 223 

Sarum, 239 

Saverey, 42 

Savery, 95 

Saynt Maur, 109 

Say res, 42 

Scales, 316, 320 

Sceneshall, 207 

Schapwik, 42 

Scharshull, 189 

Schete, 155 

Scobbahull, 
168 

Scoos, 42 

Serene, 191 

Scroope, 325 

Scures, 288 

Scutelarius, 225 

Scutt, 197 

Seamer, 118, 120, 292 

Seamor, 42, 62, 94, 113, 181, 
184, 185, 268, 270, 273, 
2 99> 3". 3!9. 321, 322, 
324 

Sedburgh, 42 

Segrave, 311 

Sellar, 196 

Seneschall, 210 

Sergeaux, 206, 208, 212, 214, 
321 

Servington, 12, 89 
Servinton, 321 
Seward, 42 
Seymer, 286, 292 
Shapwik, 255 
Shaw, 195 

Sheriffs of Devon, 84 
Shillingford, 162, 197 
Shilston, 43, 92, 11 

205 
Shirwell, 100 
Shute, 192 
Sicca Villa, 203 
Sidenham, 274, 

278 
Sifrewast, 310 
Silvester, 225 
Slader, 43 
Slanning, 43 
Slannynge, 185 
Smart, 43 
Smith, 199, 200 
Smyth, 43, 94, 1 
Stnythe, 117 
Snape, 43 
Snedall, 43 
Snigge, 276 
Soche, 195 
Soeleigny, 149 
Soffolcie, 239 

Solariis, 124, 126, 127, 149 
Soleigny, 124, 243, 246, 249, 
294 



178, 



275. 277, 



[277 
[7, 182, 198, 



Somaster, 43 

Somersetie, 244, 247-249, 

252, 256 
Somerton, 43 
Somery, 244 
Sommaister, 183, 184 
Sommaster, 119 
Sommers, 240 
Soore, 205, 208, 210 
Sore, 204 
Sotford, 43 
Souch, 269, 272, 289 
South, 292 
Southcot, 43, 93, 95, 117, 

121, 123, 130, 182-185 
Southcote, 93 
Southorp, 43, 169 
Southous, 43 
Spark, 43 
Speccot, 43, 94, 117, 156, 

160, 163, 182, 184 
Spek, 115 

Speke, 43, 92, 106, in, 112, 
118, 166, 174, 176-179, 
181, 270, 272-275, 277, 327 
Spencer, 43, 44, 289, 314 
Spicer, 44, 196, 200 
Spichewike, 157, 160 
Spichwike, 297 
Spigurnell, 189, 288 
Spilman, 159 
Spreut, 44 
Spurway, 44, 199 
Stafford, 44, 55, 57, 81, 82, 
84, 107, 146, 234, 235, 
267, 268, 270, 271, 302, 
323 
Stagno, 123, 130 
Stalleng, 277 
Stanburgh, 309 
i Stane, 44 

Stanes, 136 
! Stanley, 44 
Stanton, 44, 99, 168, 188, 

249, 255, 261 
Stantor, 150 
Stapeldon, 99, 103, 211 
Stapelton, 253 
Stapledon, 44, 57, 140, 141, 

166, 168 
Staplehill, 44, 199 
Staveley, 44 
Staverton, 44 

Stawell, 44, 250, 254, 256, 
258, 259, 262, 264, 269, 
275, 276 
Steere, 44 
Stefenston, 44 
Stewkeley, 116 
Stewkley, 113 
Stint, 44 
Stoches, 224 
Stockhey, 44, 161 
Stoddon, 159 
Stofford, 44, 143, 145 
Stoggehill, 44 
Stokhay, 166 
Stonar, 91, 98, 175, 325 
Stoner, ic8 

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Stowell, 90, 107, 115, 131, 

145, 174, 269 
Stowford, 44, 98, 169, 190 
Stradling, 262, 267, 270, 272, 

285 
Strang, 64 
Strange, 134 
Strangwais, 123 
Strangways, 133, 134, 146, 

236-238, 241 
Stratton, 45 
Strech, 45, 89, 101, 102, 170, 

264, 266 
Strikland, 45 
Strode, 45, 94, 115, 117, 119, 

180, 182, 184, 228-231, 

240, 241, 284 
Strongbow, 71 
Stroode, 93 
Stukeley, 90, 92, 93, 178, 

182 
Stukley, 45, 277 
Sturmy, 284, 285, 303, 304, 

313. 3 l6 > 3 2 2 
Sturt, 197 
Sturton, 269-271, 284-286, 

323 
Stury, 266 
Stuteville, 71 
Sully, 45, 66, 67, 98, 129, 

x 56 ^S9, 162, 163, 168, 

250, 297 
Sureni, 58 
Symons, 199 

Talbot, 45, 90, 105, 106, 131, 
138, 173, 197, 215-217, 257, 
295. 3 12 - 326 

Talvarn, 55 

Tancret, 45 

Tanfield, 192, 193 

Tantifer, 195 

Tapeley, 45 

Tatifer, 45 

Taundegy, 213 

Taverner, 197 

Tawstoke, 128 

Tayler, 195 

Terront, 45 

Theodor, 139 

Thieys, 58 

Thomas, 200 

Thorber, 45 

Thorn, 45, 327 

Thorp, 45, 130 

Throgmorton, 45 

Thynn, 274 

Thynne, 182 

Tichborn, 46, 292 

Tidisden, 46 

Tille, 46 

Tilly, 130, 246 

Tinten, 46 

Tinthagel, 58 

Tirrell, 88, 219, 264 

Tocotes, 108, 174 

Tod well, 46 

Toghill, 46 

Toliro, 164 



Tomer, 320 

Toney, 58 

Toneyr, 230 

Tony, 128, 295 

Tooker, 199 

Torington, 46, 129 

Torinton, 66, 67 

Toriton, 85, 129, 152 

Torr, 82 

Tortesmains, 244 

Tortz, 231 

Tory ton, 46 

Totenais, 60, 62 

Totenhill, 46 

Tothill, 46, 95, 199 

Totnes, 60, 63 

Tracy, 46, 59, 62-64, 66, 83, 

128, 129, 131, 137, 149, 

151-153, 155, 158, 188, 

205, 295 
Travers, 46 
Treawyn, 46 
Treddet, 58 
Trefry, 219 
Tregarthin, 46 
Tregonwell, 237 
Tregos, 211. 279, 281, 300 
Treiagu, 166, 207, 210, 211, 

213 
Trelawny, 46, 55, 125, 221 
Trelosk, 46, 47, 155, 162, 

162, 205, 207, 208 
Tremain, 47 
Tremayl, 272 
Tremayle, 176 
Tremayn, 123 
Tremenet, 47, 67, 129 
Trenchard, 47, 156, 161, 235, 

236, 239-241 
Trendelberg, 202 
Trenouth, 213 

Tresilian, 102, 146, 190, 214 
Treslake, 47 
Trethirf, 125 
Trevagen, 207 
Trevannion, 211. 213, 220 
Trevarthian, 216, 320 
Treverbin, 202 
Treverbyn, 203, 204, 206, 

208 
Trevilian, 47, 218, 219, 272 
Trewent, 47 
Trewordenhall, 213 
Trill, 47 
Trivet, 47, 188, 200, 249, 255, 

258, 259, 262, 265-267 
Trobridg, 47 
Troutebek, 326 
Trow, 230 
Trowe, 280, 281 
Trowent, 210 
Trubeville, 69 
Trubleville, 65 
Trussell, 327 
Try, 320 
Tubervil, 3x9 
Tubervill, 226, 231-235 
Tuchet, 144, 267-270, 273, 

276, 302, 304,320, 321,323 



Tuckfild, 199 
Tudenham, 99, 164, 169 
Turbury, 195 
Turkelby, 187, 188 
Turlabere, 204 
Turney, 257 
Turon, 64, 148 
Twenge, 314 
Tyes, 83, 206, 208, 209 
Tylly, 151, 152 
Tynnide, 283 
Tynten, 207, 210, 211 

Ufford, 299, 311, 312, 316 
Uggesworthy, 327 
Ulcot, 47 
Umfravile, 164, 168, 169, 

171 
Umfravill, 47, 66, 67, 102, 

264 
Umfraville, 129 
Umfrevill, 295 
Underdone, 48 
Undye, 198 
Upcot, 48 
Upton, 48, 197 
Urtiaco, 301, 305, 307 
Usslet, 48 

I Vachan, 135 

Vachell, 277 

Valletort, 15, 48, 58, 60, 61, 
69, 72-74, 132, 136, 139. 
154-156, 159, 160, 162, 
165, 201-203, 206, 210, 

253. 2 55. 3*. 3 02 . 34 
Valletorta, 149, 151, 153 
Vallibus, 86, 129 
Vallitort, 250 
Vautort, 152, 161 
Veale, 48, 88, 171, 266 
Vepont, 86, 150, 152, 297 
Ver, 69, 152, 153 
Verdon, 306 
Vere, 14, 48, 60, jj, 106, 295, 

301, 33. 3 2 6, 328 
Vernet, 304 

Vernon, 69. 129, 133, 158 
Vernona, 54-56, 80, 134 
Vernun, 284 
Veteri Ponte, 85, 297 
Vicary, 48 
Viconia, 252 
Viell, 48 
Villers, 130 
Vincent, 120, 183, 184 
Vitrei, 69, 151 
Vivian, 48, 55, 124, 125 
Vivonia, 246, 248, 254 
Vivyan, 222 
Vowell, 29, 48 
Voysey, 197 
Vuedall, 48, 77, 83, 237,. 

239-241, 289, 293, 304 
Vyncent, 118 
Vyvian, 125 

Wadecot, 48 
Wadeton, 48 



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Wadham, 48, 90, 92, 101, 

104, 109-111, 133. 144, 

146, 170, 172, 176, 177, 
272, 273 

Waget, 48 

Wake, 134, 227, 228, 231, 

232, 245, 251, 253, 262, 

279. 305, 3" 
Waldon, 239 
Walebew, 58 
Waleish, 229 
Walker, 200 
Walleis, 48, 260, 300 
Wallensis, 58 
Wallop, 291, 292 
Walmisley, 192 
Walrond, 48, 94, 143, 225, 

226, 324 
Walsh, 321 
Waltam, 49 
Walter, 48, 49, 193 
Walterannus, 224 
Walton, 254, 296 
Wampage, 49 
Wampford, 49 
Wanop, 25 
Wanting, 309 
Wanton, 188, 296 
Warberton, 192 
Warlewast, 125 
Warr, 49, 143, 251, 270, 

271, 273, 274, 300, 305, 

310, 314 
Warren, 74 
Warwik, 49 
Waterman, 49 
VVatevill, 66 
Watton, 49 
Way, 2, 49 
Webbe, 240 
Wedon, 309 
Weele, 49 
Wellesford, 249 
Wellesley, 256, 261 
Werstanus, 57 
Werth, 198 
West, 268, 270, 271, 282, 

290-292 
Weston, 49, 191, 288 
Whalesburgh, 49, 204, 206. 

208 
Whalisburgh, 211, 214, 215 
Wheton, 196 
Whiddon, 49, 113, 114, 116, 

179, 182, 184 



Whiker, 50 

Whitacre, 50 

White, 50, 293 

Whitefield, 186 

Whitelegh, 89 

Whitfild, 50, 230, 232, 264 

Whithed, 293 

Whiting, 50, 89, 143 

Whitington, 309, 316, 319 

Whitlegh, 123 

Whitley, 50, 92 

Whitlock, 50 

Wiat, 50 

Wibbery, 50 

Wibery, 20 

Wichals, 50 

Wickham, 234 

Widworthy, 50, 157, 160 

Wigbeare, 253, 255, 305 

Wiger, 50, 67, 87, 160 

Wiggebear, 259 

Wigornia, 250 

Wike, 50, 89, 155, 159, 163, 
250 

Wikes, 144 

Wikewarr, 310 

Wilecester, 250 
"Wilford, 50, 197, 199 

Wilington, 308 

Wilinton, 141 

Will, 2 

Williams, 50, 240 

Willington, 50, 51, 97, 101, 
124, 156, 161, 164-171 

Wiliinton, 83, 86, 87, 137- 
139, 210, 212, 213, 215 

Willoby, 175-177, 272, 285, 
286, 316, 320 

Willoughby, 51, 74, 91, 108, 
109, in, 218, 219, 235, 
236 

Wilmington, 307 
j Wincester, 187, 188 
! Windelsor, 226, 227 
i Windeslade, 51 
; Windesor, 227, 228 

Windham, 146, 274, 275, 

277 
Winsor, 139 
Winton, 113, 237-239 
Wise, 51, 94, 124, 181, 184 
Witingham, 190 
Wivell, 51 

Wodeton, 87, 161, 251, 254 
i Wolcot, 200 



Wolf, 51, 159 
Wollacomb, 51 
Wollecomb, 153 
Wolrington, 51, 158 
Wolton, 51 
Wolvington, 51 
Woodbere, 51 
Woodbiry, 123 
Woode, 51 
Woodeton, 228, 229 
Woodford, 281 
Woodland, 100, 169, 213 
Woodsand, 289 
Woodstock, 134 
Woorston, 51 
Woorth, 51, 52 
Wooton, 52 

Wootton, 164, 196, 287 
Worseley, 91, 292, 293 
Wortham, 52 
Wotton, 23 
Wray, 52, 185, 222 
Wriothesley, 52, 291, 292 
Wrokeshall, 257 
Wrokshall, 52, 228 
Wrotham, 85, 246, 250 
Wrothe, 268 
Wroughton, 286 
Wroxshall, 253, 264 
Wutteneston, 280 
Wyk, 59 
Wyle, 86 
Wynard, 52 
Wyndham, 52 
Wyse, 118 
Wyvell, 187 

Yard, 52, 90, 126, 327 

Yearth, 52 

Yeo, 31, 52, 88 

Yer worth, 52 

Ynge, 189, 263, 282, 283 

Yonge, 183 

York, 52, 198 

Young, 52, 238, 275, 277 

Younge, 95, 120, 185 

Ziselden, 281 

Zogh, 24 

Zouch, 52, 60, 62, 78, 86, 
96, 97, 102, 104, 106-109, 
123, 131, 135, 137. 138, 
142, 145. 147. 152, 156, 
158, 163, 164, 178, 299, 
33. 34. 324-327 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Abbotesbiry, 238 
Abergavenny, 60 
Acford, 223 
\cland, 1 
\dbrige, 224 

Adelamston, 146, 235, 236 
Adeleston, 241 
Adelinton, 224 
\desham, 57 
Adiston, 1 
Affeton, 113, 178 
Afton, 116, 182 
Ainkesdon, 124 
Akelan, 1 
Akeland, 182 
Akland, 94, 116 
Albemarle, 55, 56, 80, 135 
Aller, 162 
Aller Peverell, 77 
Allet, 203, 205, 207 
Alletes, 304 
Almayn, 137 
Alnerento, 224 
Alneston, 313 
Alrebut, 298 
Aire Peverell. 300, 310 
Aluredton, 223 
Alureton, 224 
Alwarn, 208 
Alwarton, 58 
Alwington, 313 
Alwinton, 157, 160 
Alwynton, 161 
Amedesham, 224 
Anesty, 169 
Anesty, Cruis, 169 
Ank, 2, 45, 156 
Annery, 25, 42, 99, 107, in, 
113, 114, 166, 168, 172, 

173. 177. 179 
Anstey, 66 
Antone, 206, 208, 209, 214, 

215, 220 
Ash. 5, 18, 44, 94, 115 
Ashby, 138 
Ashcomb, 162 
Ashcombe, 68 
Ashe, 119, 179, 183, 184 
Asheriston, 124 
Asherston, 12 
Ashford, 2 



Ashlegh, 2 

Ashley, 157 

Ashperton, 58 

Ash Rogus, 105 

Ashton, 2, 124, 178, 250, 

256, 262, 276 
Ashwater, 11, 101, 102, 168 
Asse, 224 
Asseriston, 27, 39, 103, 113, 

xi8, 124 
Asseton, 2, 148 
Assheriston, 154, 156, 171, 

172, 178, 185 
Assholt, 40, 251, 256 
Astington, 264 
Aston, 305 
Aston Bernard, 313 
Aston Clinton, 304 
Atcomb, 2 
Athelinton, 317 
Audelegh, 144 
Audeley, 269, 270, 276 
Aulescomb, 157, 162 
Avebrige, 295 
Awlescomb, 44 
Axford, 28 x 

Axminster, 71, 161, 185 
Axmouth, 32 
Axworthy, 31 

Baentona, 70 

Bagadrip, 255 

Bagtorr, 22 

Bampton, 14, 7072, 129, 

152-154, 160, 166, 168, 

170 
Ban ley, 31 
Bardford, 296 
Barington, 317, 318 
Barkhamsted, 318 
Barkhamsted Parva, 298 
Barneston, 239 
Barnhous, 124, 125 
Barnstable, 122, 128, 129, 

131, 140, 141, 145, 149, 

150. 295 
Barnstaple, 57, 62-64, 66, 

toi, 151-153, 155 
B rrington, 251, 254, 257, 

259. 262, 264, 269, 271, 

272, 275, 277 



Barstable, io, 46, 96, 308, 

315 
Bartlet, 3 
Barton Stacy, 289 
Barwick, 236 
Barwinestoch, 223 
Basing, 144, 287, 289-291 
Bastetorn, 165 
Bath, 70-72, 78 
Bathe, 13 

Bathe, Earl of, no, 112, 
113, 118, 122, 123, 125, 
132 
Batindon, 245 
Batishorn, 19, 290 
Batteshorn, 166 
Battiscomb, 163 
Battishorn, 31 
Baucomb, 4 

Baunton, 70-72, 96, 101, 103, 
123, 126, 128, 131, 135, 
138, 140, 142, 145, 147- 
149, 151, 164, 319 
Bawcomb, 22 
Bawcombe, 162 
I Beadeport, 164, 168 
Beandport, 98 
Beapell, 97 
Beare, 20, 162, 163, 165, 

168, 169 
Beaudport, 88 
Becherell, 128 
Bedford, 41, 58, 84 
Bedford, Earl of, 112, 113, 

118 
Bediford, 24, 163, 167, 169, 

170, 172 
Bedwell, 5 

Beere, 130, 140, 144, 151- 
154, 156, 231, 235, 257, 
271 
Beere Ferrars, 108, 109, in, 

175. 176 
Beere Ferrers, 12, 301 
Beere Regis, 232, 234 
Belfast, 119 
Bel marsh, 16 
Belstan, 154 
Belston, 4, 163 
Benerston, 301 
Bereferrers, 177 



Index of Places. 



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Bergen ny, 62 

Bernford, 311 

Berry, 122, 124 

Berrynarbor, 30 

Berteswell, 223 

Berton, 296 

Berwike, 295 

Bery, 172-174 

Bery in Keber, 10 

Bery Pomeray, 94, 178, 181 , 

184, 185 
Bessinton, 224 
Bicketon, 112, 118 
Bicklegh, 160, 174, 176 
Bickley, 4, 106, 120, 183, 

185 
Bickley Combe, 158 
Bickton, 1 
Bideford, 100, 108, 109, 117, 

122, 132, 153, 154, 175, 

176, 178, 179 
Bideforde, 115 
Bigbery, 5 
Bigbiry, 10, 111 
Bikebiry, 166 
Bikebury, 161, 165, 168 
Bikenhull, 296 
Bikinton, 23 

Bindon, 20, 26, 50, 237-239 
Binley, 51 
Birkenhull, 254 
Biry, 120, 151-153 
Birye, 109 
Bisshop's Clist, 118 
Bisshopstenton, 35 
Blackawton, 51 
Blackburgh, 152, 157 
Blackburgh Bollay, 103, 171, 

172 
Blackdown, 66 
Blacktoryton, 163, 164 
Blactoriton, 131 
Blactoryton, 158 
Blagdon, 31, 98, no, in, 

117, 162, 165, 176, 178, 

182, 251, 254, 259 
Blagdon Pipard, 169 
Blakborn, 40 
Blakburgh, 13, 154, 155 
Blakdon, 315 
Blaktoriton, 152, 156 
Blaneford, 224 
Bleneford, 223, 224 
Blintheys, 231 
Bluston, 58 
Bochehamton, 225 
Bocheland, 225 
Bocton, 301 
Boderell, 316 
Bodrugan, 204, 207, 210, 

212, 217, 218 
Bokeish, 117 
Bokerell, 38, 154, 300 
Bokland Dinham, 316 
Bokonnake, 211, 212, 214, 

216-219 
Boleworth, 59 
Boloina, 301 
Boltbury, 306 



Bolterscomb, 6 

Bonony, 296 

Bosch Herbert, 225 

Bosomshele, 184 

Bosumshele, 5, 6, 117 

Boswygy, 318 

Botardel, 58 

Botelet, 318 

Boterell Castel, 202-204 

Boterford, 6 

Botreaux, 206, 209, 211, 212, 

214, 318 
Botreaux Castel, 204 
Bovetracy, 308, 315 
Bovey Tracy, 66 
Boway, 37 
Bowden, 6 
Bowdon, 24, 30 
Bowringeslegh, 6, 7 
Bowringslegh, 24, 37 
Boxford, 315 
Bradeford, 224 
Bradele, 224 
Braden, 296 
Bradenays, 149 
Bradfeld, 48 
Bradford, 17, 40, 156, 185, 

232 
Bradlegh, 115, 180 
Bradley, io, 20, 302 
Bradmore, 50 
Bradnedg, 42 
Bradninch, 73, 74, 128 
Bradston, 13 
Brags Marsh, 7 
Bramford, 43, 166 
Brampton, 151, 152 
Bramton, 70 
Brand ford Pine, 90 
Braneis, 73, 74 
Branell, 209 
Braneys, 74, 128, 133, 137, 

140, 141 
Branford, 59, 106, in, 112 
Branston, 31 
Bratton, 21 

Braunton, 130, 139, 315 
Bray, 58 

Brendisworthy, 158 
Brestinworth, 313 
Brestow, 275, 276 
Bretash, 159 
Breynton, 46 
Brianston, 236-238, 240 
Brided, 224 
Bridgwater, 57, 297, 299, 

33 
Bridgwater, Earl of, 132 
Brigge, 310 
Brighamton, 319 
Brighley, 21 
Brightlegh, 158, 178 
Brightley, 8, 13, 21, 112, 143 
Brigwater, 81, 82 
Brigwater, Earl of, no 
Brim ton, 245, 274, 27?. 777, 

278 
Britricheston, 8 
Britrichston, 41 



Brixham, 60, 301, 311 
Brixton, 10 
Brocheshale, 224 
Brodclist, 6, 45 
Brodeclist, 115, 119, 154, 

164, 165 
Brodehembery, 184 
Brodhembiry, 116 
Brokhill, 36 
Bromfild, 255 
Bromford, 153 
Bromland, 295 
Brooke, 266-268, 270, 271, 

279, 280, 282- 286 
Broughton, 311, 315 
Brounscomb, 40 
Browneshilliers, 116 
Brownshilers, 8 
Brugg, 313 
Bruton, 275, 276 
Brymeton, 245 
Brymton, 264 
Buckerell, 157 
Bucketon, 179 
Buckham, 229 
Buckland, 9, 179, 184, 185, 

300 
Buckland Monacorum, 118 
Buckland-tout-Zantes, 182 
Buckton, 9 
Bucland Crofton, 76 
Budokside, 24 
Bukenton, 158 
Bukland, 18, 29, 95, 121, 

277 
Bukland Baron, 23 
Bukland Monachorum, 94 
Bukland Monocorum, 115 
Bukland Toutzains, 117 
Bulbeck, 295 
Bulkeworthy, 155 
Bulkworthy, 9 
Burbiton, 7 
Bureford, 295 
Burgh Pomeray, 313 
Burneby, 9 
Burrington, 34, 95 
Burton, 76 
Burton Stacy, 311 
Bydeford, in 
Bynley, 4, 113 
Byry, 38, 42, 62, 68, 82, 96, 

102, 112, 113, 125, 129, 

135, 138, 142, 148, 149, 

157. 314 
Byry Pomeray, 100, 105 

Cabbury, 312 
Cadbery, 302 
Cadbiry, 244, 249, 252, 257- 

259, 261, 263, 265, 267 

271, 276 
Cadbury, 295 
Cadhey, 26 

Cadley, 34, 95, 120, 298 
Callington, 73 
Calstock, 73 
Calwoodlegh, 162 
Cambridge, 76 



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Came, 240 

Cameis, 65 

Candel, 223, 225, 262 

Candelle, 224 

Canford, 237-240 

Cannington, 274, 275, 278, 

303 
Canonlegh, 14, 183 
Canterbury, 82, 146 
Cardinan, 58 
Cardynan, 79, 203-206, 216- 

219, 300, 316 
Caresbrooke, 315 
Carew, 139, 142 
Carlet, 319 
Carmyno, 207, 209, an, 

212 
Carneton, 58 
Carrant, 312 
Carrew, 130 
Carswill, 11, 133 
Cary, 242, 246, 248, 251, 

254, 259, 261, 265, 269, 

272, 319 
Cary Dinham, 17 
Caryhayes, 220 
Castelcomb, 279, 282 
Castell Ricard, 131 
Castle Cary, 311 
Castlehaven, 276 
Castrum Ricardi, 295, 31a 
Catescline, 223 
Catherston, 240 
Cawm, 241 
Caynho, 296 
Ceamoys, 64, 82, 122, 125 

127, 129, 136, 137, 140 

141 
Celberge, 224 
Celeberg, 224 
Celham, 295 
Cenerorton, 298 
Cercell, 224 
Cerne, 223 
Cernell, 225 
Certele, 224 
Chagford, 39, 49, 50, 113 

114, 116, 179, 182, 184 
Chales, in 
Challons, 11 
Chalmington, 240 
Chalmyngton, 230, 231 
Chalvedon, n 
Chamberg, 396 
Champflourie, 246 
Chantmarle, 228, 241 
Charborough, 341 
Chardford, 289 
Charles, 168, 169, 181 
Charneis, 89, 177 
Charnes, 98 
Charneys, 40, 88, 98 
Chateau Reaulx, 126 
Chedindon, 228-230 
Chedsy, 304 
Cheldash, 5 
Chellegh, 303 
Chelsham, 12 
Chelston, 317 



Chelworth, 300 
Chemisteton, 224 
Chepin Blanford, 231 
Cheriton, 21, 103, 105, 173 
Cherleton Makerel, 296 
Cheryton, 100, 169 
Chester, Justice of, 135 
Chettescomb, 166 
Chideok, 232-235 
Chiderley, 12 
Chidley, 29, 39, 50 
Ghildeton, 59 
Chilton, 206, 209, 249, 350, 

254- 318 
Chimwell, 18, 106, 173, 174 
Chinedecome, 223 
Chinestanton, 223 
Chinetford, 223 
Chinton, 223-225 
Chirce, 224 
Chirlwell, 167, 170 
Chiverston, 159 
Christchurch, 135 
Chudleigh, 58 
Churcheton, 156 
Churchstanton, 46, 99, 164, 

169 
Churchton, 20, 126, 164 
Chuton, 65, 105, 246, 254, 

257, 268-270, 305, 359 
Chuyton, 297 
Chymley, 10 
Chymwell, 10, 106 
Chynnock, 264 
Clanacomb, 9 
Clatworthy, 183 
Clavelley, 94 
Clenson, 240 
Clenston, 235-237 
Cleyhidon, 157 
Clifton, 223, 236-241 
Clifton Clanton, 60 
Clifton Mauncell, 313 
Clist, 36, 41, 48, 154, 161, 

164 
Clist Episcopi, 112, 113 
Clistgerard, 47 
Clist Girard, 33 
Clisthidon, 37, 155, 160, 163 
Clist St. Lawrenc, 161, 165 
Clistwilliam, 34 
Clopton, 328, 252, 313 
Clotworthy, 13 
Clovelly, 99, 168 
Cloves, 374, 375, 378 
Cloways, 314 
Cnolle, 334 
Coblegh, 143 
Cockington, 119 
Cocktree, 9, 50 
Codelston, 269 
Coden, 296 
Coffinswell, 167, 168 
Cokington, 116, 164, 167, 

169 
Cokinton, 65, 180 
Coklington, 307, 315 
Colaton, 158, 159, 180 
Colaton Prall, 169 



Colbroke, 39, 181 

Colbrooke, 48 

Colcomb, 94, 117, 184 

Colecomb, 179 
; Coleton, 17 
, Coletonprall, 313 
i Coliton, 95, 132, 152, 154, 

180, 185 
j Collacomb, 47, 133, 156, 158, 

161 
j Collaton, 10, 14, 44 
! Colne, 395 

Colquit, 306, so8 

Coltre, 183 

Columbar, 397 

Columb John, 165, 183 

Columpton, 14, 143, 178, 
179 

Columton, 35 

Colyton, 120 

Comb, 316 

Comb Byset, 310 

Combe, 168 

Combebaunton, 155 

Combecoffin, 155 

Combefissacre, 156, 158-160 

Combe Martin, 66 

Combe Pyne, 171 

Combfissacre, 21, 97, 168 

Combfiory, 143, 273, 274 

Combiset, 285 

Comb Lancelles, 154 

Combmartin, 36 

Combmartyn, 398, 315 

Combpine, 99 

Combpyne, 162, 163 

Combralegh, 17, 98, ico, 
103, 105, 125, 171, 172 

Combyne, 102 

Compton, 14, 114, 179 

Comton, 271 

Comton Hawey, 370 

Contone, 335 

Corbinston, 15 

Corf, 333 

Corf ton, 76 

Corinton, 15 

Cork, 71, 313 

Cornubia, 305 

Cornwall, 54, 61 

Cornwall, Earl of, 134, 135, 
136. 137. MO, 141. 149. 

Cornworthy, 10, 61 
Corrpole, 353, 355 
Corston, 353, 363 
Corstor, 383, 383 
Cor>', 243, 345, 347, 348 
Corymalet, 348, 354, 357, 

359, 261 
Cory Malet, 395, 303, 303, 

307 
Cory pole, 350 
Cory Revel, 260, 262, 266, 

276 
Cory Re veil, 254 
Cory Rivell, 301, 305, 307 
Cossington, 245, 247, 264, 

269 



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145 



Cothelston, 250, 254, 256, 
258, 259, 262, 264, 269, 
275, 276 

Cotlegh, 30, 98 

Cottelegh, 166, 304 

Cotteley, 228 

Cowlegh, 132 

Crackhampton, 294 

Craw ell, 317 

Credden, 303 

Crediton, 23, 51, 52, 57, 95. 
181 

Credy, 37, 160 

Credyton, 180 

Credy Wigor, 50 

Creford, 299 

Creube, 59 

Crikland, 298 

Criste, 223 

Criz, 223 * 

Crocnam, 277 

Crokedon, 313 

Croydon, 282 [166 

Crues Morchard, 163, 165, 

Crukehamton, 318 

Cruket, 229, 252 

Crundall, 291 

Crusemorchard, 142 

Crye, 224 

Culley, 16 

Culm John, 26, 41, 94, 116 

Cumbflory, 249 

Cumb Sidenham, 275 

Cumpton, 24, 115, 288 

Cumpton Pole, 51 

Cumtonpole, 38 

Cune, 224 

Curemoigne, 303 

Curton, 133 

Cuttele, 219, 220, 222 

Cuttell, 175 

Cyres, 298 

Daccumbe, 59 
Daldich, 33 
Damery Coort, 240 
Dantesey, 284, 285 
Dartington, 66, 164, 166 
Dartmouth, 2, 10, 26, 146, 

Dauney, 96 

Daverell, 95 

Dawlich, 251 

Dawney, 100 

Deandon, 33, 101, 156 

Deane, 94, 117 

Dean Forest, 75 

De la Port, 27 

Delton, 313 

Dene, 182, 184 

Denvale, 16 

Derham, 307 

Deriemeston, 224 

Dertington, 82, 96, 101, 107, 

108, 141, 144, 145, 148, 

149, 155, 175, 179, 315 
Dertinton, 11, 33, 64, 122, 

125, 127, 129, 132, 136, 

137, iao, 151-153 



Desmond, 71 

Devon, 40 
\ Devon, Earls of, 8o, 141, 
144, 146, 147, 149 

Dewenis, 223 

Diddesham, 162 

Dimscoort, 235 
j Ditsham, 42 

Dodbroke, 41, 98, 157, 165, 
168, 304 

Dodbrook, 33 

Doddescomblegh, 157 

Dodesbery, 224 

Dodescombslegh, 18 

Dodescot, 166 

Dodescote, 27 

Dodlescote, 155 

Dodscot, 159 

Donegny, 300 

Donend, 315 

Donhed, 306, 308 

Donne, 29, 165 

Donne Park, 18 

Donuguy, 316 

Donyeat, 248, 251, 261 

Donyeate, 317 

Donyete, 304 

Dorcet, 24 

Dorcetshire, 125 

Dorchester, 241 

Dorset, 76, 84 

Dounden, 248 

Doune, 161, 163 

Doune Umfraville, 168, 169 

Dovileshay, 170 

Dovileshays, 101 

Dowlish, 273 

Dowrish, 18, 124 

Drax, 70 

Dudley, 71 

Dulverton, 255, 298 

Dundene, 79 

Dunscomb, 5, 19 

Dunscoort, 236 

Dunsford, 5, 130, 132 

Dunkswell, 48 

Dunsland, 3, io, 17, 30, 123, 

143 
Dunsmere, 34 
Dunstan, 155 
Dunster, 79, 137, 138, 242, 

245, 246, 248, 249, 251, 

254, 259, 261, 264, 267-269, 

272-275 
Dunstridon, 55 
Dunterton, 155, 162 
Dupeford, 133, 298, 302, 318 
Dupford, 309 
Durehay, 302 
Dynan, 128 

Ecleswall, 295 
Edeslegh, 98, 163, 168 
Edg, 48 

Edgcomb, no, 112, 113, 117 
Edge, 104, 109-111 
Edgecote, 82 
Edington, 254, 255 
Edmerston, 117, 183 



Ed more, 10 

Effingham, Baron of, 113 

Efford, 3, 25, 50, 123, 148, 

158, 166 
Egesford, 119, 183, 184 
Egge, 101, 146, 170, 172, 
Eggesford, 40 [176 

; Egmonden, 296, 304 

. Elerki, 58 

( Ellingham, 318 

; Elton, 315 
Enemer, 244, 248, 250, 252, 

2 53> 2 54. 2 5 6 > 26o > 26l 

263, 265, 267, 268, 276 
Ermington, 4, 37, 126, 139, 

I5I-I53. 155. 160 
Ermyngton, 98, 108, 175 
Ernsburg, 35 
Escudamor, 261 
Esse, 167 

Esse Boleyn, 257, 259 
Esse Boleyne, 250 
Esse Ralph, 20 
Esse Rogus, 4, 173 
Essex, 36, 70, 71 
Est Bawcomb, 22 
Est Bedwyn, 302 
Estcoker, 253, 258, 260, 266, 

267, 269, 271, 272 
Estdowne, 18 
Est Lulleworth, 237 
Estmorden, 315 
Eston, 20, 251, 303 
Estoodlegh, 160, 161 
Estoodeley, 33 
Estpotesford, 162 
Kstworlegham, 310 
Est Worleham, 289 
Evreux, 62 
Exceter, 122, 123, 125, 141 

145 
Exceter, Erie of, 119 
Exeter, 4, 7, 9, II, 12, 

16, 19-24, 26, 28-31, 3 

35.36,38,39.4 2 -45.47.48. 

50-52, 72, 81-83, 182, 184 
Exon, Bishop of, 124 
Exon, Duke of, 101, 107 
Exton, 246, 250, 254, 295 
Eystresham, 295 

Facy, 154 

Falapitt, 20 

Fallopytt, 95 

Falwell, 20 

Fardell, 70, 98, 102, 115, 

159, 170, 180 
Faringdon, 20 
Farlegh, 268, 273 
Fa we ton, 212 
Fawiton, 217 
Fawyton, 58 
Fen Otery, 23 
Fen ton, 23 
Fenyton, 20, 33, 155 
Fillegh, 18, 21, 22, 158, 162 
Firneham, 224, : ^5 
Fishide, 223, 224 
Fislegh, 59 



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Fitelford, 234, 235 
Fitzford, 21, 121, 183, 185 
Fitzforde, 116 
Fitzpayne, 105 
Flamsted, 128, 295 
Fleete, 17, 99, 102, 121, 183, 

185 
Flint, 148, 156, 160, 169, 170 
Flinte, 123 
Floyershayes, 21 
Foghaven, 59 

Ford, 95, in, 259, 260, 304 
Forde, 22, 114, 120, 178, 179, 

183, 185, 255, 315 
Fordington, 307 
Fordmore, 22 
Fornhull, 313 
Fowelscomb, 22. 120, 183, 

Foweton, 317 

Framton, 240 

Framton Coterel, 308 

Francescoort, 22 

Fremington, 295, 308, 315 

Frome, 223-227 

Frome Selwood, 250 

Frome Whitfild, 229, 230 

Fryeshele, 22 

Frysthel, 36 

Fryth Hall, 36 

Fulford, 18, 23, 37, 108, 109, 

111,115, 118,174-176,178, 

179, 180, 182 
Fursdon, 23 
Fyneton, 304 

Gainz, 76 

Galmeton, 139 

Gascoigne, 134 

Gatcomb, 163, 165, 307 

Gatpath, 23 

Gemny, 299 

Gerardesclist, 13 

Gessic, 223 

Gidesham, 124, 141, 166, 

167 
Gidicot, 18 
Gidlegh, 14, 39, 152, 157, 

161, 165, 167, 168 
Gidley, 99, 126, 164 
Gillesland, 298, 301 
Gillingeham, 224 
Gitsham, 32 
Glocester, 152 
Glose, 223 
Gloucester, 56, 59 
Glyn, 208, 210 
Godeford, 162, 165, 168 
Goderington, 158 
God ford, 13, 98 
Godlington, 240 
Godlinton, 169 
Godloston, 15 
Godmewy, 313 
Godolphin, 220-222 
Godrington, 35 
Goldworthy, 23 
Gorneystrete, 277 
Gorstone, 223 



Gotheney, 270, 272 
Gravell, 305 [169 

Great Modbyry, 156, 164, 
Greeneway, 117, 180 
Greenham, 169 
Greneslinch, 20 
Grete Clist, 157 
Grilleston, no, 178 
Grimston, 24 
Grindham, 251, 256, 265 
Groby, 316, 320 
Gwarnock, 206, 209 
Gydley, 294 

Haccomb, 25, 94, 97, 103- 

106, 161, 165-167, 169, 

172, 173 
Haccombe, 15, 158, 160, 161 
Hach, 11, 25, 242, 245, 246, 

248, 254, 259, 261, 268, 

270, 273, 306 
Hach Bechamp, 319 
Haishfield, 297 
Hakenhull, 253 
Hakepenne, 72 
Hakeridg, 25 
Hakworthy, 25 
Halberton, 7, 10, 109, in, 

112, 114, 116, 156, 176, 

179 
Halesbiry, 94 
Halgewill, 25, 313 
Halisworth, 316 
Hall, 25, 120 
Halsbiry, 23 
Halswell, 277 
Halton, 207, 210. 222, 298 
Halwell, in, 175 
Halwelscomb, 108, 109 
Ham, 131, 224, 225, 306 
Hamden, 311 
Hame, 224 
Hamilton, 312 
Hamton, 307, 310 
Ham ton Stovein, 300 
Hanebergh, 59 
Hanesworth, 59 
Hanford, 223 
Hannock, 152 
Harberton, 60, 61, 72 
Hardington, 244 
Hardwike, 298 
Harescoort, 312 
Harestorie, 224 
Haringworth, 142, 145, 147 
Harpford, 128, 299. 300, 316 
Harptree, 243, 248, 254, 256, 

260, 275, 276 
Harptrew, 298 
Harpttu, 249 
Harston, 51 
Hartland, 1, 76, 94, 156, 160, 

163, 170, 299, 300, 316 
Hasbutton, 305 
Haselbere, 258 
Haselbyry, 299, 305 
Hathey, 26 
Havekdon, 59 
Hawey, 267, 270, 272 



Haydon, 258 

Hayne, 26 (2) 

Hays, 119, 182, 184 

Haytor, 298 

Haytorr, 302 

Heale, 26 

Heanton. 39, 52, 94, 154, 

155. 161 
Heanton Punchardon, 109, 

no, 119, 182, 184 
Heanton Sachvill, 119, 184 
Heanton St. George, 273-275 
Hebbeford, 58 
Hecton, 225 
Hele, 155, 158 
Helegh, 138, 141 
Helepayn, 313 
Helgewell, 223 
Heligan, 205, 208-210 
Helleston, 58 
Hellond, 23, 207 
Hely, 64, 66 
Hembiry, 19 
Hemedeswoorde, 224 
Hemington, 77 
Hemiok, 27, 48, 99 
Hempston, 97, 154, 155, 157 
Hemston, 101 
Hemyocke, 160, 161, 163 
Hemyok, 7, 8, 103, 156 
Hengham, 295 
Hengscot, 26 
Henley, 314 
Henton, 306 
Henton St. George, 318 
Herdewill, 59 
Herdwike, 302 
Heringston, 240 
Herle, 312 
Hermitage, 139 
Hern, 207 
Herteland, 136 
Hertland, 18, 75, 76, 128, 

152, 156, 157, 294 
Hestercomb, 248, 252, 257, 

260, 263, 265, 273, 274 
Hetesbiry, 282 
Hevitree, 23 
Heweton, 157 
Hidon, 161 
Hillbishopp, 277 
Hille, 14, 224 
Hillecoort, 103 
Hillescoorte, 146 
Hilscoort, 27 
Hilton, 58 
Ho, 295 
Hocerde, 225 
Hock worthy, 163 
Hody, 27 
Holbeme, 28 
Holbroke, 28 
Holcomb, 13, 18, 21, 28, 30, 

41, 112, 159, 163, 178-180 
Holcomb Bernard, 103, n 1- 

113, 120 
Holcombe, 50 
Holcomb Rogus, 5, 112, 133, 

156, 159. 161, 164 



Index of Places. 



347 



Holdesworthy, 19, 153, 315 

Holdsworthy, 66 

Hole, 28 

Holecomb, 123, 148 

Holedich, 171, 172 

Holm, 308 

Holn, 315, 319 

Holway, 28 

Honyton, 166 

Hooke, 233, 235, 237-239 

Horcy, 250 

Hornicote, 58 

Hornisham, 284 

Horselegh, 163 

Horsington, 255, 262, 266, 

300, 302, 307, 317 
Horton, 97, 231, 232, 241 
Horwood, 31, 38 
Houghton, 311 
Hounspill, 264, 266, 267, 269 
Houspull, 254 
Hoxham, 29, 155 
Hugheton, 162 
Hughton, 23 
Hugkredebury, 314 
Hulprington, 318 
Hungerford, 123, 125, 135 
Hunshaw, 158 
Hunspill, 72 
Hunstill, 72 
Huntingdon, 62, 64, 76 
Huntingdon, Earl of, 123, 

125, 131, 135 
Huntsam, 4, 123 
Huntworth, 247, 250, 2515, 

259, 260 
Hurbernford, 313 
Hurberton, 48, 72, 73, 136, 

139, 149, 151 -154, 159, 

160, 301, 311 
Hurst, 248 
Huthens, 58 
Hywis, 100 
Hywistremenet, 47 
Hywys, 162, 168 

Iching, 291 
Ilcomb, 214, 216 
Ilfercomb, n, 38, 97, 103, 

105, 106, 153, 172, 173 
Ilfrecomb, 161, 163, 166, 

168 
Ilfridecomb, 157 
llmere, 313 
Uton, 13 
Ingelborn, 52 
Inkelton, 29 
Instovv, 98 
Inswerk, 11, 208, 210, 214, 

Ipelpen, 103 
Ipisden, 317 
Ithelton, 126, 159, 171 
Ivebridge, 6, 18 
Ivedon, 46, 22 
Iwern, 223 

Jerlington, 304 
Jewes Cotlegh, 167 



Karswill Regis, 302 

Kary, 59 

Kawoodlegh, 30 

Kelly, 30, 101, 156, 160, 

162, 167, 170 
Kenedon, 123 
Kenemerton, 296 
Kenewell, 302 
Kenn, 49 
Kensenton, 295 
Kent, 53 
Kentington, 152 
Kentisbeare, 112, 159, 162 
Kertling, 295 
Kiderminster, 306 
Kildare, 139 
Kilkhampton, 221 
Killerington, 185 
Killigru, 204 
Kilmenton, 170, 295 
Kilmington, 66 
Kilpek, 305 
Kilrington, 14, 118, 120, 

183, 184 
Kinemerston, 317, 318 
Kinereriston, 297 
Kinersdon, 249 
Kinges Carswell, 35 
Kinges Nynieton, 119 
Kingkarswell, 298, 301 
Kingscarswill, 135, 138, 163, 

165, 307 
Kingsholm, 312 
Kingskarswell, 78, 154, 1158 
King's Nimeton, 185 
Kingsnimton, 166, 167 
Kingsnymeton, no, 152 
Kingsteignton, 130, 155 
Kingstenton, 45 
Kingstington, 9, 13, 151 
Kingston, 3, 27, 232 
Kingston Russell, 317 
Kington, 315 
Kirton, 36 
Kisewik, 305 
Kitton, 49, 103 
Knaton, 95 
Knighton, 154, 308 
Knolle, 31 
Knoweston, 107, 163, 165, 

167, 169-172, 174 
Knowston, 4, 97, 100 
Knowston Beapell, 145 
Kokington, 97, 100 
Kruscomb, 47 
Kunxliz, 224 
Kyme, 125 
Kynersdon, 294 
Kytton, 143 

Lacham, 279 
La Dene, 156 
Lagenham, 288 
Lahoc, 223 
Lallesdon, 265 
Lamerton, 47 
Lamprey, 31 
Lanaton, 318 
Lancaster, 74 



Landekey, 113, 170, 177 
Langacre, 65 
Langannet, 213 
Langebere, 59 
Langford, 31, 154, 159, 161 > 

281 
Langford Lestre, 130 
Langle Burell, 282 
Langport, 307 
Langton, 229, 300 
Langtrew, 181 
Lanhern, 78, 79, 123, 140, 

x 43> *79 2IO 2II > 2I 3> 

215, 216, 219-221 
Lanholl, 58 
Lankey, 8 
Lanrak, 124, 125 
Lansele, 208, 212 
Lansels, 204, 205 
Lanteglos, 212 
Lantian, 58 

Lapford, 42, 99, 164, 168 
Larder, 124 
Larkbere, 37 
Larkham, 281 
Launceston, 79, 317, 318 
Launcyan, 305 
Launston, 16 
Legh, 32, 39, 59, 103-106, 

159, 161, 163, 164, 167, 

171 
Leghampton, 282 
Legh Challons, n, 164, 172, 

173 
Legh Dodescomb, 18 
Legh Povvlet, 171 
Leigh, 153 
Lemovicensis, 73, 74 
Leskared, 58 
Lew, 66 
Lewston, 240 
Ley, 32, 43 
Lid ford, 66 
Lidiard, 250 
Lifton, 12 
Lillesdon, 263 
Limoges, 73 
Lincoln, 70 

Lineham, 108, 175, 176 
Linham, 16 
Linscot, 32 
Lippincot, 32 
Litelton, 223 

Littell Modbyry, 158, 161 
Little Hemston, 31 
Little Holm, 311 
Little Modbiry, 41 
Lobbenham, 318 
Loddi swell, 61 
Lodre, 223 
Lodswell, 10 
Lomen, 13, 148, 158, 161, 

169 
London, Bishop of, 146 
Londondirry, Erlof, 118 
Longacre, 45 

Long Ashton, 271, 272, 273 
Loriwell, 32 
Loseburgh, 304 



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Luccomb, 249, 251, 264 
Luckton, 37 
Ludbrook, 73 
Ludvvorde, 224 
Luetrenchard, 51 
Lul worth, 235, 236 
Lumberdlowe, 317 
Lundey, 137 
Luscot, 143 
Lusshill, 285 
Lutokeshele, 169 
Luton, 304 

Lydiard, 279, 281, 282 
Lydyet, 247, 250 
Lyfton, 154, 155 
Lymesey, 133, 152 
Lyn, 47 
Lyncolnia, 296 
Lyneham, 109 
Lyn ton, 295 
Lyw, 123 
Lywetrenchard, 156 

Madeford Terry, 309 
Madeley, 302 
Malbone Nonhall, 305 
Malcot, 48 
Malperiton, 224 
Malston, 33 
Malune, 224 
Mamhed, 139 
Manerland, 307 
Mannesford, 59 
Manston, 224, 228, 229 
Manworthy, 153 
Mapereton, 223 
Maperton, 228, 298, 307, 

312 
Maplede, 224 
March, Earl of, 147 
Markonfild, 46 
Marnhill, 239 
Marsh, 49, 311, 312 
Marshwood, 79, 225, 227, 

228 
Martyndall. 44 
Marwell, 292 
Marwood, 33 
Matford, 94, 117 
Maydentowne, 298 
Mayne, 223 

Mayne, Viscount of, 128 
Medesham, 224 
Meines, 76 
Melbery, 123, 224, 227, 228, 

233, 236-238, 241 
Melbery, Osmond, 231 
Melbiry Sanford, 230, 232, 

233 
Melborne, 224 
Melcomb, 251, 260, 262, 

269, 270, 273 
Melesbery, 223 
Melpleys, 231, 232, 236, 237 
Membiry, 22 
Membyry, 280, 284 
Memland, 27 
Meriet, 245, 246, 248 
Merifild, 270, 272, 273 



Merige, 250, 258 

Merland, 17, 131 

Merston, 294 

Merthin, 58 

Mertock, 244, 245, 247, 250 

Merton, 34, 99, 100, 107, 

115, 154 -156, 162, 167, 

168, 174 
Meryet, 255, 260, 261, 266 
Meulx, 173 
Meux, 105 
Mewy, 34 (2), 313 
Middelond, 58 
Midelton, 123, 297 
Mideltone, 225 
Midsommer Norton, 311 
Milston, 15 
Milton, 158, 237 
Mineli, 58 
Modbery, 27, 157 
Modbiry, 11, 27 
Modbury, 26, 73 
Modbyry, 97, 102, 105, 119, 

158, 160, 165, 167, 170, 

171. 173 
Mohun's Ottery, 78 
Molland, 12, 15, 38, 106, 

108, 146, 154, 157, 158, 

162, 163, 165, 169-172, 175 
Monachorum, 94 
Montagu, 277 
Monthermer, 131 
Montradford, 25 
Moore, 34 
Moorechrichell, 240 
Moorehays, 113, 114, 124, 

178, 179 
Morchard, 16, 100 
Morchays, 35 
Mordon, 223, 224 
Morecrichel, 237 
Moreto, 167 
Moreton, 168, 297, 305 
Moreton and Cornwall, Earl 

of, 130 
Morlegh, 162, 166 
Morston, 23 
Mortaygn, 145 
Mortein, 294 
Morton, 98 
Moteshorne, 225 
Mounsotery, 123, 130, 142 
Mount Edgcombe, 177, 178, 

182, 184 
Moutain, 73 
Moxe, 313 
Mulborn, 229 
Mulesford, 139, 142 
Mullefford, 130 
Munkhampton, 17, 24, 42 
Munkokhampton, 17 
Murlinch, 262 
Myll, 34 
Mymestoke, 305 
Mynyeat, 319 

Nanscuke, 204, 207 
Netelcomb, 249, 251, 252, 
254, 257, 264, 272 



Nether Ex, 16, 154 

Netherhaddon, 305 

Netherham, 277 " [185 

Netherton, 32, 118, 120, 184, 

Newburgh, 315 

Newenham, 35, 75, 115, 119, 
180, 184 

Newhall, 302 

Newhouse, 95 

Newnham, 45 

Newport, 66 [295 

Newton, 23, 224, 257, 261, 

Newton Ferrers, 301 

Newton Petrock, 17 

Nimeton Regis, 116 

Nimton Regis, 15 

Nither Ex, 158 

Nitherstawey, 306, 308 

Nitheway, 28 

Nodforde, 225 

Nonant, 72 

Nonnye, 265, 271 

Norfolk, 311 

Norlegh, 35 

Normancot, 133, 153 

Norreys, 105 

Norrys, 35 

Northbarn, 311 

Northbovy, 100, 103, 166 

North Cadbury, 307, 318 

Northcheriton, 42 

Northcot, 36, 156 

Northcoth, 59 

Northewish, 35 

Northiwis, 29 

Northlew, 28, 315 

Northmolton, 42, 52, 97, 98, 
102, 109, 131, 135, 138, 
145, 169, 171, 303, 304, 

313 
Northon, 296 
Northover, 258 
Northpederton, 243, 245, 

247 
North Petherton, 72 
Northtawton, 11, 51 
Northumberland, Earl of, 

145 
Norton, 17, 21, 96, 156, 162, 

163, 165 
Norton Dauney, 165 
Norton Veale, 266 
Norwich, 134 
Notingham, Earl of, 145 
Notwell, 299, 300, 316 
Novum Burgum, 304 
Nutwell, 39, 104-106, 108, 

109, 116, 168, 171, 173, 

175, 182, 184 
Nymeton, 121, 157, 178, 

183 
Nymeton Regis, 104 
Nymeton Rogus, 97 
Nymett, 295 [319 

Nymet Tracy, 66, 308, 315, 

Odecomb, 79, 244-246, 248, 

298 
Odecumb, 242, 243 



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349 



Odeton, 224 

Odiham, 305 

Odron, 139 

Offewell, 36 

Offwell, 14 

Ogwell, West, 182, 183, 

185 
Ohern, 314 
Okbere, 59 
Okebeare, 36 
Okeford, 230, 233, 307 
Okehampton, 53, 57, 80, 82 
Okhamton, 125, 148, 150, 

153, 156, 163, 165, 168 
Okhamton, Baron of, 141, 

149 
Okhamton, Barony of, 126, 

127, 136, 137, 140 
Oldport, 36, 38 
Orchard, 274-277 
Orcherton, 99, 101, 102, 157, 

158, 160, 168, 170 
Orde, 224 
Orgareston, 224 
Orlegh, 17 
Ormond, xo 
Orwey, 36 
Oterton, 19 
Otery, 31, 98, 104-106, 108, 

109, 112, 130, 131, 137, 

138, 151, 153, 155, 160, 

164, 165, 169, 172-174, 

176-179, 185, 312 
Otery Moun, 34 
Otery St. Mary, 28 
Ottery, no . 
Overonton, 302 
Overton, 78 

Overton Batermarsh, 234 
Ovremoign, 230, 232 
Owremoign, 229 
Owre Moign, 233, 234 
Oxenbere, 36 
Oxford, 14, 54, 60 
Oxton, 29, 50, 120, 183, 185, 

298 

Paddon, 48 

Padstow, 222 

Padua, 81 

Painsford, 183 

Palton, 248, 249, 254, 263, 

34 
Pancras Wike, 157 
Pancraswike, 153, 162 
Panneston, 59 
Panston, n 
Parham, 240 
Parkham, 154 
Parret, 235, 236 
Parrit, 271 
Pavy Furneaus, 255 
Paynshays, 37 
Paynton, 58^ 
Peamore, 46, 95 
Peaton, 163 
Pedere, 224 
Pederwyn, 205 
Pedrekesham, 210 



Pedret, 223 
Peleham, 224 
Pembroke, 62, 71 
Pembroke, Earl of, 139 
Pembroke, Steward of, 130, 

*39 

Penfenton, 205 

Penhele, 222, 294, 318 

Penros, 58, 214, 216 

Penycot, 38 

Peramor, 50 

Perham, 228, 229, 279, 282 

Perntlendy, 311 

Peryton, 306, 308, 315 

Peverell, 139 

Pidekeswell, 157, 158, 160 

Pidekwell, 35 

Pidele, 223 

Pidervvyn, 203 

Pidrichesham, 225 

Pill, 22, 37, 46 

Pillesden, 235, 236 

Pillond, 8, 37 

Pineford, 37, 184 

Pin ford, 119 

Pinho, 12, 34, 90, 91, 99, 

101-103, 167, 168, 170 
Pinsford, 43 
Plevint, 58 
Plimouth, 1, 26, 50 
Plimton, 56, 171 
Plumtree, 51 
Plymouth, 19, 115, 118, 120, 

180, 182-185 
Poderidge, 181, 184 
Poderige, 116 
Podington, 299 
Poghelippe, 59 
Poldon, 311 

Pole, 1 16 

Pole Antony, 107, no 

Polrode, 58 

Poltimor, 38 

Poltymor, 94, 158, 160, 174, 

181, 184 
Poltymore, 3, 108, 116 
Pomington, 223 
Pooderige, 35 
Poole, 1, 221 # 
Poorstoke, 225 
Popham, 289, 290 
Porestoche, 224 
Portlage, 14 
Portlemouth, 313 
Postlinch, 34, 48 
Postling, 308 
Potesford, 38 
Pothull, 46 
Potington, 303 
Povertone, 224 
Powderham, 15, 102, 106- 

109, in, 112, 115, 118, 
146, 170-172, 174-176, 179, 
184 

Powertone, 223 

Powreshays, 38 

Pralle, 158 

Predenick, 210 

Prestcot, 38 



Prideaux, 208, 209 
Prous, 39 

Pruteston, 22, 39, 131 
Puddle-Turberville, 233 
Pulle, 65 
Pulton, 253, 298 
Purbeck, 241 
Pury, 259, 260, 262 
Putford, 39 
I Py worthy, 307 

Quilquit, 214, 215, 217, 219 

Raddon, 66, 181 

Radford, 26, 40, 117 

Radway, 303, 310 

Ragmeton, 224 

Rake, 101, 313 

Ralegh, 12, 40, 87, 98, 114,. 

118, 154, 161, 163, 179 
Rame, 40, 58 
Rameridge, 289, 312 
Rashley, 40 
Rathwill, 212, 214 
Ratree, 20 
Rawlegh, 179, 181 
Redlinch, 251, 274, 275 
Remsbiry, 232 
Reskimer, 204, 209, 212 
Retadoc, 58 
Revell, 151 
Rew, 130, 132 
Rewe, 5, 161 
Reyney, 158 
Ringested, 225 
Rockbere, 25 
Rockborn, 290, 291 
Rockburn, 289, 306 
Rodherd, 139 
Rodway, 319 
Roghdon, 42 
Rogus, 97 
Rokelly, 222 
Rolledon, 300, 301 
Romaneslegh, 157 
Romundeylegh, 59 
Rotherford, 313 
Rougchastell, 141 
Rowburgh, 185 
Ruthen, 145 
Ryme, 162, 168, 230, 232, 

255 

Sage, 319 

St. Aubyn, 205, 208 

St. Awbyn, 210 

St. Budoke, 9 

Saint Leonardes, 117 

St. Marychurch, 154, 157, 

167 
St. Mary Down, 14 
St. Mary Wyke, 163 
St. Michael, 82 
St. Michael's Mount, 69, 

129 
St. Stephens, 28 
Salisbury, 81 
Salisbury, Erles of, 130, 

131, 142, 147 



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Salop (Earl of), 139 
Samford, 52, 99, 101, 151- 

153, 160, 162, 179, 180 
Samford Peverell, 2, 308, 

310 
Sampford Peverell, 77, 167, 

169, 170, 298, 300 
Sand, 29, 47 
Sande, 176 
Sandford, 38, 155 
Sanford, 15, 37, 114, 119, 

247. 251 
Santon, 42, 103, 114, 117, 

119, 171, 173, 174, 180, 

184 
Saperton, 318 
Sarum, 34 
Saunton, 166 
Scendelby, 319 
Schepton, 248, 294 
Schepton Magna, 298 
Schepton Marward, 301 
Schepton Montacut, 304 
Schete, 155, 156, 160 
Schupton, 303 
Scobbahull, 99 
Scobbehull, 42 
Scobhull, 168 
Scopcomb, 313 
Scures, 288 
Seaburgh, 228, 229, 251, 

255 
Sedburgh, 10, 42, 122 
Seinbury, 297 
Selaneston, 224 
Sellings, 305, 311, 316 
Selton, 224 
Selwood, 315 
Septesbery, 224 
Sevioc, 58 

Shaftesbiry, 236, 238, 239 
Shann, 313 
Shapwike, 232, 255 
Shapwyke, 229 
Sharpham, 22 
Shepewais, 166 
Shepton Bechamp, 306 
Shepwas, 149, 157 
Sherford, 33 
Shilingford, 29, 109, 161, 

176 
Shillingford, 162 
Shilston, 4, 43, 95, 147, 155, 

162 
Shirborn, 185, 238, 240 
Shirwel, 308 
Shirwell, 4, 97, 102, 106, 

124, 160, 168, 174 
Shogbroke, 157 
Showe, 308 
Shrofton, 240 
Shute, 38, 99, 102, 104, 105, 

112, 113, 121, 162, 164, 

165, 167, 170, 172, 173 

182, 183, 185 
Sidbery, 49, 158 
Sidbiry, 31 
Sidbury, 29, 176 
Sidenham, 51, 94, 118, 162 



1 Sidford, 39 

1 Sidmanton, 292 

Sidmouth, 26, 108, 175 

Simeon, 33, 40 
1 Slade, 14 

Slapton, 1, 57 

Smaleridge, 160, 165, 168- 
170 

Smalerige, 155 
j Smalridg, 40 
I Smalridge, 98 
I Smith, 200 

Snape, 43 

Sodington, 302 

Soldon, 183 

Somerset, 68, 72 

Somersetshire, Knights of, 
242 

Somerton, 259, 262 

Sommerton, 312 

Sommerton Erlegh, 255 

Sonwic, 225 

Soteley, 52 

Sourle, 313 

Southaier, 317 

Southbroke, 313 

Southcot, 43 

Southcote, 10 

Southlegh, 155 

Southmerston, 298 

South Molton, 66 

Southmolton, 315 

South Pederton, 317, 318 

South Tawton, 124 

South taw ton, 128, 295 

Southwick, 57, 81 

Shaxton, 250, 255, 260, 262, 
266 

Speccot, 43, 156, 160 

Spekford, 253 

Spencerscomb, 44 

Spichewike, 157, 160 

Spreyton, 106, 173 

Spurway, 44 

Stafford, 302 

Stanburgh, 298, 302, 318 

Stancomb, 313 

Stancombe, 162 

Standen, 319 

Stanford, i23 

Stanlegh, 297 

Stanton, 297 

Stapelton, 243, 255 

Staple, 300 

Staplehill, 44 

Stapleton, 260 

Stateford, 225 

Staunton, 66 

Staveley, 259 

Staverton, 41, 44 

Stedert, 314 

Steephenston, 116 

Stefenston, 44, 106 

Stephenston, 35, 41 

Steple, 223 

Stevenson, 174 

Stevenston, 182, 184 

Stibemetone, 224 

Stinelegh, 251 



Stiveley, 262, 269 

Stoches, 224 
: Stockleigh, 19 
! Stoddon, 159 
! Stofford, 44, 50 

Stok, 278 

Stoke, 131, 177, 242, 248, 
266, 267, 306, 311 

Stoke Battayle, 175, 176 

Stoke Curcy, 247, 259, 261, 
265, 267, 269, 270, 303, 

310. 319 
Stoke Distre, 307 
Stokefild, 272 
Stoke Fleming, 184, 312 
Stokelegh, 158 
Stokeleigh, 68 
Stokenham, 34, 38, 83, 87. 

96, 98, 102, 135, 136, 139, 

142, 144, 145, 147. 152, 

I S9 I0 3, 164, 166, 170, 

307 
Stokes, 294 
Stoke Trestre, 315 
Stokflemyng, 95 
Stoklegh Engleis, 169 
Stoklegh Luccumb, 165 
Stokley, 32 
Stolland, 223 
Stone, 158 
Stonhous, 19 
Stony Eston, 251 
Stotescomb, 8 

Stow, 212, 214, 216, 218-222 
Stowey, 79, 242, 245, 247, 

248, 259, 261, 265-270, 

272, 276, 315 
Stow ford, 98, 124, 296 
Stowre Payn, 234 
Stowy, :54 
Stranton 58 
Stratton, 72, 213 
Strete, 158 
Stret Ralegh, 40 
Stretton, 318 
Strichley, 183, 184 
Stuple Lanerton, 298 
Sture, 224 
Sturminster, 223, 299-301, 

304. 3*5 
Sturton, 284-286 
Stuttecomb, 48 
Sudeton, 224 
Suffolc, Duke of, 112 
Suffolk, 311, 312 
Sully, 155 
Sussex, 70, 71 
Sutton, 54, 127, 225-227, 

229, 230, 233, 249, 302 
Swandure, 225 
Sydenham, 181, 184 

Takebeare, 66 
Talbotswike, 45, 105 
Talbot's Wike, 215-217 
Tateton, 224 
Talkbaro, 315 
Talleton, 19, 34 
Talnarn, 214 



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Talvarn, 125, 179, 205, 208, 

210, 217, 221, 222 
Tamer, 161 
Tamerton, 22 
Tamisim, 314 
Tapeley, 45 
Tarente, 224 
Tarent Keynes, 296 
Tarent Loveton, 231-233 
Tarentone, 224 
Tarrent, 225, 226 
Tauistok, 182 
Tauistoke, 172, 175, 176 
Tavistock, 144, 145, 147, 

182, 183, 185 
Tavistok, 12, 21, 22, 24, 58 
Tavistoke, no, 112, 119 
Tavybemor, 313 
Tawstock, 21 
Tawstok, 113, 163, 164 
Tawstoke, 102-104, 2 95 
Tawton 57, 58, 155, 162 
Tedbery, 224 
Tehidy, 203, 206, 211, 212, 

214, 218-220, 301 
Teignton, 58 
Teiris, 58 
Telleshurt, 295 
Tewkesbury, 81 
Teya, 77 
Thalcarn, 58 
Thamerton, 58 
Theborow, 99 
Thel worth, 296 
Theoborough, 163 
Theoborowe, 99 
Theoburgh, 39 
Thihidi, 58 

Thome Newburgh, 316 
Thorlebere, 304 
Thorleston, 313 
Thorn, 15, 38, 45, 313 
Thornbiry, 15, 43, 59, 94 
Thornbyry, 100, 102, 117, 

169, 170, 182, 184 
Thorncomb, 254 
Thornston, 319 
Throcton, 316 
Thurleston, 313 
Thywarneyl, 58 
Tichborn, 292 
Tichfild, 291 
Tichmarch, 304, 305 
Tigeham, 223 
Tikeham, 247 
Tilhous, 46 
Tingbruer, 9, 18 
Tingebruer, 158 
Tingeham, 225 
Tingewike, 133 
Tinggraas, 24 
Tingras, 33 
Tingwike, 294 
Tiverton, 40, 124 
Tiwarneyl, 58 
Tod well, 42, 46 
Tomer, 273, 274, 320 
Torbryan, 98 
Torinton, 66, 150, 151 



Torinton, Baron of, 132 

Toriton, 27, 82 

Toriton, Baron of, 150-152 

Torneworde, 224 

Torr, 75, n6, 153 

Torrebruer, 180 

Torrebryan, 165, 169-171 

Torrington, 308 

Tory ton, 295, 297 
1 Toteley, 21 
; Totenays, 96, 102, 106-108, 

114, T22, 125, 127, 133, 
I 142. 145. 147-15. *5. 299 

j Totenays, Erl of, 118 

I Totnes, 10, 43, 60-62, 73 

i Totneys, 131, 136, 137 

j Tredait, 58 

! Tregamedon, 58 

! Treglost, 305 

Tregos, 211 

Treguin, 58 
j Trehanna, 207, 210 
i Treiagu, 210 
I Treloske, 205, 207, 208 

Trelugon, 58 

Trematon, 61 

Tremedered, 58 

Tremerton, 73, 79 

Tremethon, 318 

Tremeton, 58, 136, 203, 206 

Trenail, 207 

Trenewyd, 58 

Trerise, 177, 217, 219, 221 

Tresilian, 214 
i Trevalga, 301, 304 
j Treverbin, 206, 208 
! Treverbyn, 203, 204 
I Trevorn, 305 
j Trewalen, 217 

Trewaloen, 206 
! Trewardreth, 215, 216 

Trewathenet, 318 

Treweneck, 207 
; Trewornall, 318 

! Trill, 47 
Trobridge, 47 
Trobrigg, 318 
Trowlegh, 20 
Truro, 222 
Tuperford, 307 
Turon, 122 
Tynge, 153 
Tynten, 207, 210, 211, 213 

Uffculme, 71, 72 

Ugbere, 32 (2); 

Umberlegh, 97, 101, 109, 
no, 124, 128, 136, 138, 
141, 149, 156, 161, 164- 
166, 168-171, 173, 177-180 

Umberley, 3, n, 36, 50, 
105, 106, no, 114 

Upcot, 28, 48 

Up Lomen, 155, 158 

Uplomen, 161 

Uploomen, 153 

Up Otery, 105, 157, 160, 
163, 166, 167, 169, 171, 
173. 174 



Upotery, 39, 100 

U pottery, 68 

Uppecot, 156, 167 

Upton, 168, 280, 282, 283, 

302, 307, 317 
Upton Hilion, 84, T14, 124, 

180 
j Upton Hilyon, 114 
Upton Mules, 318 
Upton Pine, 31 
Upwymborn, 231 
Urde, 224 

Valletort, 48 
Valli, 68 
Vawtort, 161 
Vealhall, 48, 171 
Vine, 290, 291 
Vinton, 23 

Wabley, 24 
Wadefat, 58 
Wadelescot, 123 
Wadeton, 28, 48 
Wai, 223 
Wala, 225 
Waldic, 225 
Walingford, 317 
Wellington, 276 
Wallop, 302 
Waltonstow, 295 
Wampford, 49 
Warblington, 293, 307 
Warder, 118, 239, 279, 281- 

284 
Wardesford, 225 
Warkleigh, 66, 159, 160, 

166 
Warkley, 40 
Warlegh, 126, 144, 157 
Warmemoille, 223 
Warmister, 282-285, 3 
Warr, 290, 292 
Warwick, 75 
Washborn, 15, 313 
Waters, 37 
Wath, 302 
Way, 49 
Way ford, 132 
Weare, 24, 28, 155 
Weight, Isle of, 125, 135 
Weldon, 296, 307 
Welle, 223 
Welles, 59 
Wellington, 275 
Wellow, 250, 257 
Welston, 266 
Welweton, 311. 
Wembyry, 116, 184 
Wemme, 49 
Wem worthy, 95, 115, 

174, 176, 177, 179, 

183, 184 
Wenfret, 224 
Werdon, 302 
Weregifford, 46 
Weringston, 164 
Werne, 224 
Wernplokenet, 311 



118, 
181, 



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Westbery, 318} 
West Chynnock, 253 
Westercomb, 143 
Westkington, 305, 309, 317 
Westlidethon, 59 
West Odlegh, 171 
Westodlegh, 172, 174 
West Oggewill, 40 
Weston, 223, 313 
Weston Peverell, 164, 165 
Westwelenshire, 317 
Westwike, 4 
Whalesburg, 206, 208, 211, 

214, 215, 218 
Whitechappel, 171, 176 
Whitechappell, 101, 108, 

155 
Whitechurch, 240 
Whiteford, 132, 152, 154 
Whitelakinton, 268, 269, 

272-275, 277 
Whitfeld, 23 
Whitfild, 50, 270 
Whitford, 169 
Whitley, 313, 314 
Whitstanton, 249, 255, 261, 

277 
Wibbery, 50 
Wichampton, 233 
Wichford, 76 
Wickham, 289, 293 
Wickleband, 295 
Wicroft, 8, 16, 107 
Widecomb, 311 
Wideton, 224 
Wideworthy, 124 
Widworthy, 22, 39, 50, 52, 

157, 160, 161 
Wigbeare, 259, 305, 319 
Wigbere, 72, 253, 255 
Wike, 17, 45, 256 
Wike Amidas, 159 
Wike St. Mary, 210 
Wike St. Pancras, m 
Wikeware, 314 
Williton, 262, 267, 270, 271 
Willoby, 285 
Wilshire, 125, 127 
Wilshire, Countess of, 145 
Wilton, 311 
Wiltshire, 44 
Wimaniton, 58 



Wimborne, 225 
Wimondeston, 132 
Wimpston, 39 
Wimston, 22, 124, 125 
Wincanton, 274, 275 
Wincheleia, 59 
Winchester, 6o, 74, 134 
Wincklegh, 59 
Winckley, 30 
Windeham, 224 
Windeslade, 51 
Windesor, 139. 
Windesore, 224, 225 
Winfride, 307, 316 
Winkleigh, 59, 60 
Winscot, 3 
Winterborne, 224 
Winterborn Stoke, 305 
Wintreburne, 225 
Wiscomb, 155, 158 
Witecline, 224 
Witherige, 318 
Withy, s 
Wobernford, 162 
Wodeton, 228, 229' 
Wodham, 59 
Wogewill, 116, 120, 

183. 185 
Woking, 295 
Wolburgh. 183 
Wolcomb, 21, 46 
Wolcomb Bracy, 7 
Wolfsmymet, 51 
Wolfsnymet, 159 
Wollacomb, 51 
Wollburgh, 185 
Wollecumb, 158 
Wolley, 33 
Wolrington, 51, 158 
Wolston, 265, 313 
Wolverton, 298 
Womberlegh, 151 >. 
Wombernford, 304 
Wonbernford, 98 
Woneford, 162, 165 
Wonewell, 27 
Wood, 7, 50, 51, 112, 

143 
Woodbeare, 51 
Woodbere, 17 
Woodbery, 133 
Woodbiry, 17, 151, 152, 



135 



182, 



Woodbyry, 98, 157, 161, 

164, 165, 297 
Woode, in, 114, 119, 178, 

179 
Woodfast, 212, 213 
Woodford, 10, 281 
Woodland, 9, 68 
Woolcombe Tracy, 168, 169 
Wooleburgh, 120 
Woolfall, 281, 284, 285 
Woolley, 25 
Woolton, 235, 236, 239 
Woonford, 130 
Woorth, 52 
Wootton, 55, 312 
Worle, 79 
Wortham, 17, 52 
Wothenale, 318 
Wotton-under-Wood, 132 
Wouth Esse, 229 
Wraxshall, 229 
Wrencheston, 257 
Writtel, 113 
Wrokeshall, 257, 272 
Wroxshall, 253, 264, 273, 

277 
Wycroft, 105, ic6, in, 173, 

174. 177 
Wyk, 59 
Wymborn, 239 
Wymborn Sancti Egidii, 

230-232, 237-239 
Wymbulton, 311 
Wymondlegh, 316 
Wynburne, 225 
Wynfred, 311 
Wynterborn, 298 





Yartecomb, 16 1 






Yarty, 95 






Yeanton, 183 






Yethelston, 99 






Yethelton, 99, 166, 167, 168 






Yeverland, 302 






Yewe, 57 






Yeweton, 101, 105 




"3. 


Yewton, 106, 109, 112, 115, 

172-174 
Yewton Arondell, 177 






Yolston, 160, 184 




[155 


York, 57, 70, 81 




154. 


Younge, 120 





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