Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1, Henry III. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.
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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 3
|41.||Alan de Singilton.|
Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 16 Nov. Inq. Monday before St. Nicholas, 29 Hen. III.
William de Singilton is his heir.
Singilton, ½ carucate land held of the king by reason of the serjeanty of the fee of the wapentake of Aumondernes and Blakeburnesire by hereditary right.
Ballisburg' town, 2 bovates land held of the king in chief, paying 2s. yearly.
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (1.)|
|42.||Robert de Hoggesham alias de Hokesham.|
Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 25 Nov. 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
William de Hokesham is his heir.
|Devon.||Buddele hundred held of the king in chief by 40s. rent.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (2.)|
|43.||Ranulph le Poer.|
Writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 9 Nov. 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Ranulph his son, aged 9, is his heir.
|Nottingham.||Normanton town, 2 carucates land and a water-mill held of the heirs of Thomas de Aufirton, by service of one knight's fee, which service (was assigned ?) in dower to Agnes, late the wife of Robert de Aufirton, mother of the said Thomas.|
Penkiston town, ½ carucate land and a water-mill, held of the said heirs for ¼ knight's fee, viz.—A moiety of Thomas de C(ha)wrcs one of the heirs and (of) the elder (branch) (exnecia) whose wardship the king granted to Robert de Lathum, and the other moiety of the said Robert, who has to wife Amice, the other heir.
Boctheyt (?) mill and 1 bovate land, rendering 5s. yearly to the lords of the fee of Kirkeby. (See No. 98.)
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (3.)|
|44.||William de Wernevill alias de Wennervile.|
Writ to the keeper of the lands of J. sometime earl of Lincoln and constable of Chester, 21 Jan. 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
He has an heir male, aged 14 at the feast of St. Giles next.
(Unspecified) 252a. land and 18a. meadow in demesne, 34s. 7d. from freemen, 21½ bovates land in bondage, whereof 6½ bovates in Himleswrd', and 15 bovates in Kyneslay, 4l. 0s. 10¼d. rents from many cottars, a water mill and a wind mill held by service of one knight.
Of all which the lady has her third part in dower.
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (4.)|
|45.||William de Sifrewast.|
|Writ of extent to the sheriff of Southampton, 28 Oct. 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Frivolk, 2 virgates land held by William de Pola by free service of 4s., 1 virgate by William Crespin for 12d., and 1 virgate by Nicholas Page for ½ mark, 16 virgates held by villeins, 250a. land in demesne, pasture worth 10s., a mill, Rifley wood containing 20a., 2 fulling mills, cottars, meadow, and the advowson of the church.
And the said William held two knights' fees of Sir W. bishop of Winchester viz.—Frivolk for 1 fee and Hamdon extra Overton for 1 fee, and Sir Roger de Sifrewast (held them) of the said William in chief.
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (5.)|
|46.||Henry de Colne, sometime sheriff of Huntingdon and Cambridge.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 7 July, 29 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|[Huntingdon.]||Colne, 60a. land, 4a. meadow, rents and pasture (extent given) excepting his wife's dower, rendering 25s. 6d. yearly to the lords of the fee.|
|[Cambridge.]||Caxton, 80a. land, rents, &c. (extent given) rendering 20s. to John de Escalariis, besides the king's foreign service, and a rent of corn, barley and oats to the prior of Ely.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (6.)|
|47.||William de Kentewell.|
Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday the morrow of All Saints, 29 Hen. III.
Mabel, daughter of Walter de Kentewell, is his heir.
|[Suffolk.]||Meleford town, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of 10 knights' fees, and 65s. 4d. to Norwich Castle.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (7.)|
|48.||John le Visconte.|
Writ to the sheriff of Northumberland 25 July. Inq. Tuesday before St. Laurence, 29 Hen. III.
Raineta, his daughter, wife of Everard le Tyeis (Teutonicus), is heir of the said John le Viscunte.
|Northumberland.||Emildon, Burton, Staunford, Dunstan, Craucestre, and Warnetham (towns?), besides land called Witewrth' in the same town of Warnetham (extents given with names of tenants) including 35 marks rent paid by Henry de Neketon for the waters of Twede.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (8.)|
|49.||Gilbert de Umfranvill alias de Umframvill.|
|Writ of extent to Robert de Creppinges, 31 March, 29 Hen. III, for assigning dower to Maud, late the wife of the said Gilbert.|
|Hyrbotle manor and borough (extent given) with Otturburne manor, member of Hyrbotle, Alwenton, and the advowson of the church at Ellesden.|
Prudehou manor with its members, Hyrlawe, Inghou, and Welpintan' (extent given), and with Ovingham, Kerneslawe, the granges of Bolland, Fyleton, and Ruhehop', woods in Horsele and Prudhou, and the advowsons of Ovingham and Whelpinton. Five knights' fees and nine parts of a fee pertain to Prudhu.
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (9.)|
|50.||Baldwin de Ripariis, sometime earl of Devon.|
|[Devon.]||Extent 29 Hen. III. Enkedon [manor] (extent given).|
|[Devon.]||Extent 29 Hen. III. Erdewik and Bottesford, lands, &c. (extent given) with the foreign Hundred Court and borough of Plumton.|
|[Devon.]||Extent 29 Hen. III. Huniton, lands, &c. (extent given) with the borough.|
|[Devon.]||Extent 29 Hen. III. Thuverton, manor and borough (extent given) with the foreign Hundred Court.|
|[Surrey.]||Extent 29 Hen. III. Suhlamhee (alias Suthlamhuth) [manor] with Suthstretham and Westmicham (extent given).|
|[Southampton.]||Bremmora [manor] (extent given).|
|[Somerset.]||Portbury [manor] (extent given).|
Extent 29 (?) Hen. III (defective). [Ebbrichton ?] (extent given).
Akford (extent given).
Dorcester, 60s. rent.
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (10.)|
Writ (undated fragment). Inq. Friday before St. Andrew, 29 Hen. III.
Robert his son, the bearer of these presents, is his heir.
|Jersey.||St. John de Quercubus parish, 3 virgates land, which owing to the absence in remote parts of the said heir, came to the hands of Richard Baudein, who afterwards committed felony, on account of which the land was taken into the king's hands.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (11.)|
|52.||Geoffrey De Saucemare.|
|Writ of extent to Robert de Creppinges. 1 March, 30 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
Sandiacre serjeanty, a capital messuage and mill (extent given).
Writ to Robert de Creppinges. 13 March, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|[Derby.]||Drisco wood pertains to the land which the said Geoffrey gave to the church of Dale, of which he was enfeoffed by the deed of John de Wyburvill, and he by that of Peter de Sandiacre, of the serjeanty which he held of the king in Sandiacre. The said Geoffrey held no land there of the king in chief.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (12.)|
|53.||Warren de Redenhale.|
Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, 24 March, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Robert, his son, is his heir.
|Norfolk.||Redenhale, 1 carucate land held of the king in chief, by service o keeping and mewing one goshawk.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (13.)|
|54.||William de Brug'.|
Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 16 Jan. 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Richard, his brother, is his heir.
|Salop.||Two virgates and 1 nook of land (unspecified) held of the king in chief by service of 1/9 of one sore sparrow-hawk.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (14.)|
|55.||Thomas de Normanvill.|
Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 14 March, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated fragment.)
Ralph de ... of full age (is his heir?).
|Kent.||[Kenardington (fn. 1) ] ... held of the king in chief (by service of) ... one knight.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (15.)|
|56.||Richard de Burton.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 2 June, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Devon.||Chelewrthe (alias Cheleswurth'), 1 carucate land held of the bail (ballio of King John, which came into the king's hands after the death of the said Richard and can be given to whom he wills as Normans' lands.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (16.)|
|57.||Walter de Lacy.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Hereford, 18 June. Inq. Saturday, the vigil of St. John the Baptist, 30 Hen. III.|
|Hereford.||Stoke Lacy manor is not the king's escheat as Normans' lands, but was of the fee of Walter de Lacy, and held by Richard de Bellofago, because Hugh de Lacy gave it in free marriage to Richard de Boufou, father of the said Richard, with Elayre, his wife. (See No. 73.)|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (17.)|
|58.||Iseult de Grey.|
Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 18 June, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Richard de Gray, her son, is her heir.
|Kent.||Hoo, a moiety of the manor held, by an exchange made with her four coparceners, by service of ½ knight's fee, but only 1/5 of the manor came to her by inheritance.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (18.)|
|59.||Geoffrey de Everle.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 20 May, 30 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Kent.||Smeth, 98a. land, 16a. meadow, a pasture, 13s. 8d. rent of assize, mills, &c., held of the inheritance of Alice late his wife, the marriage of whose heir is worth 10 marks.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (19.)|
|60.||Philip de Anebou alias Deneboud, Denebaud.|
Writ to Walerand le Tyeis (Teutonicus) bailiff of Nether Went, 14 May, 30 Hen. III. Extent (undated).
Philip Deneboud had many sons; to the eldest he gave a certain land in England, who married, begat children, and died 3 years ago. Afterwards the said Philip gave to his son Matthew the manor of Portesciwet, who still holds it and is of mature age; but who is the next heir it is not for the jury to judge.
Portesciwet manor (full extent given), whereof the lady of Portesciwet has a third part in dower, and Morgan de Krubba holds ½ knight's fee, and William de Pondevill ⅓ fee, in free marriage.
Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 17 May, 30 Hen. III. Inq. Wednesday after the Holy Trinity.
|Somerset.||Henton, a moiety of the town was held by Philip Denebaud, who delivered a moiety of his land to his elder son William on his marriage, who had 4 sons, and died before his father, and his wife holds all that land. The said William had two brothers, Matthew and Hamon, and in 29 Hen. III the said Philip gave to the said Hamon, his younger son, that moiety which remained with him, by homage and service. Philip, the eldest son of the said William, is aged 7 years; but the jury know not who is the next heir.|
|C. Hen. III. File 3. (20.)|