|102.||William son of Hamon.|
|Writ (missing). Inq. (undated but endorsed:—'ante annum 32 H. III.')|
Alan, son of Hamon, his brother, is his heir.
|[Northampton.]||Wica manor (extent given) with a wood in the king's forest and the advowson of the chapel, held of the king in chief by service of ¼ knight's fee.|
Tenford, ½ knight's fee, which Nicholas de Haversham held of him, held of the king by service of one sore fish hawk and the king's foreign service.
Maidewelle, 1 knight's fee, which Alan de Maidewelle held of him, held of the king by service of 1 knight's fee. (See No. 126.)
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (1.)|
|103.||Maud late the wife of Peter de Lincoln.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 19 Feb. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Her four daughters, the youngest of whom is aged 24, are her heirs. William de Castre has the eldest to wife.
|Lincoln.||Clisseby, 7 bovates land and 59s. rent, held of the king in chief by falconer's service, viz.:—bearing one falcon in season. But afterwards Godfrey de Raynham, who had to wife the sister of the said Maud, deraigned against her 2½ bovates, and holds them still.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (2.)|
|Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Essex, 23 July, 31 Hen. III. Extent and appraisement (undated and defaced).|
Isabel and Maud, his sisters, (are his heirs) and of full age.
|Essex.||Wicford, 320a. &c. (extent given), with 46s. and 1lb. cummin rent in Kewedon, and pasture in Raueden marsh, held of the king in chief by service of ⅓ knight's fee.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (3.)|
|105.||Thomas Corbet of Tasselegh.|
|Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Stafford, 18 July, 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Roger his son, aged 25, is his heir.
|Stafford.||Bromleg' manor held of the king in chief at fee farm by 4l. yearly rent.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (4.)|
|106.||Joan de Morvill.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Cumberland, 11 March. Inq. the morrow of Palm Sunday, 31 Hen. III.|
Helewisia and Ada are her heirs and of full age.
|Cumberland.||Burgh on the Sands town, 8 carucates land, and in Ayketon town, 7 carucates land, paying cornage for the same to the king, and if the king should cross through Cumberland, going in the army in the vanguard and returning in the rearguard.|
The said Joan gave to Sir Richard de Wennun her daughter Helewisia in marriage and with her 6 carucates of land in Neucrayc? which he held of the said Joan, and she of the king, by cornage; and she gave to Sir Ralph de Leventon with Ada her daughter in marriage 6 carucates land in Kircosewal and 3 carucates in Laysingbi, which he held of the said Joan, and she of the king, by cornage.
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (5.)|
|Writ to the sheriff of York, 3 Feb. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Richard Wallensis son of her first daughter, and Nicholaa her second daughter, are her heirs.
|York.||Friston and Feri, 200a. land and 26½a. meadow in demesne, 15 bovates land in bondage, 54s. rents from free tenants, 26s. from a windmill, and 6s. from the farm of Marton, &c.|
Frikeley, 64½a. in demesne, 2a. meadow, 11 bovates land in bondage, 12s. 7½d. rents from free tenants, &c.
(Held of the son and heir of J. de Lacy sometime earl of Lincoln, who is in the king's ward.)
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (6.)|
|108.||Peter de Malo Lacu.|
|Writ to the sheriff of York, 3 June, 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|York.||Peter de Malo Lacu, on his departure for the Holy Land, granted to Sir Gerard la Grue the first wardship or escheat which should happen to him, and when the Lady Idonea de Veteri Ponte died Reginald, his steward, put the said Gerard in seisin of the wardship of the lands of Westerfeud and Bautre (extent given), on the day of All Saints, 26 Hen. III, and the Circumcision following the king's bailiffs took seisin of the lands which were of the said Peter de Malo Lacu.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (7.)|
|109.||Master Alexander le Seculer.|
|Writ to Henry de Wyngham, escheator, 1 Oct. Inq. St. Luke's day, 31 Hen. III (defective).|
Nicholas le Seculer, his brother, aged 30, is his heir.
|Hereford.||Sutton, 4 virgates land held of the king in chief by serjeanty of conducting treasure and summoning the Barons.|
Maurdin, a mill and 1 virgate land.
Wystanestun, 1 virgate land, a moiety by socage and the other moiety by serjeanty.
Dunemor, 1 carucate land.
Hyrchenefeld in Humfrayston, 40 acres land and a mill.
Hendre Aghes, ½ mark of land.
Hereford City, 1 burgage, and 1 shop held of the king in chief and 30 curtilages, &c.
(Unspecified), 1 virgate land held of Simon de Wafre.
Amberleye, 2 carucates land held of Peter de Stanton.
Froremerton, 1 messuage and 9 acres land held of Henry de Monemut.
Syremede, 3a. meadow held of the sons of Walter de Mu .. gros.
Wystanestun, 6a. meadow and 1a. pasture held of Simon de Wafre.
Maurdin, 8a. land and ½a. meadow and 1 messuage held of Walter de Maurdin.
Wynesleye, 1 virgate land held of the prior of Leomenystre.
Smetheleye, 1 virgate land held of the chapter of Hereford.
(Welynton), 28a. held of Welynton township.
La Burcote, ½ virgate and 14s. rent held of Walter de la Burcote.
Dewyeschurche, 1 carucate land held of the prior of Kilpec? and others.
Herford, 3 messuages held of the chapter of Hereford; and 4 messuages and a windmill of the tenement of the bishop of Hereford.
Strettun, 1 mark rent held of Peter de la Were. ..., .. burgage held of Alice de Chans ...
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (8.)|
|110.||Simon de Brioyn, alias de Brion, de Bryan.|
|Writ to H. de Wengtham, escheator, 28 July, 31 Hen. III.|
|Dorset.||Extent. Tuesday before St. Lawrence, 31 Hen. III.|
Almere town, 200a. arable in demesne, 1 virgate held by Walter de Normanvill by 1lb. pepper rent, rents of villeins, 10a. meadow, 6a. wood, &c., held of Margaret countess of Lincoln and Pembroke, by service of ½ knight's fee.
His daughter, named Margaret as it is said, born on the vigil of St. Margaret, 31 Hen. III, is his heir.
Edburburi, demesne lands worth 4l. 14s. 10d. and 5l. 5s. 2d. rents of freemen and villeins were held of the king in chief by Asculph de Pratell' by service of ½ knight's fee, and by him given to Thomas le Bretun in 2 Hen. III, who in 25 Hen. III enfeoffed thereof Walter le Rus, abbot of Cirencester, for a yearly rent of 7l.; after the said Thomas's death Walter de Bryan his nephew and heir received the said rent, and after his death the said Simon his son.
His heir is unknown to the jury, but they have heard say that he has a boy aged one year.
|Berks.||Wanting town, 8l. land held of William Longespeye.|
The king has granted to William de Sinago? the wardship and marriage of the said Simon's heir.
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (9.)|
|Writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 18 Feb. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated and defective.)|
Alexander, son of Nicholas de Riston, and of Alice, elder daughter of the said William and Agnes, his wife, aged 16, and Juetta, their younger daughter, wife of Simon (Drayton?) aged ... , are their heirs.
|Northampton.||Desburg, 1 carucate land (extent given) including a capital messuage, &c. held of the king in chief of the inheritance of Agnes Angevine, sometime his wife, by service of 1½ knights' fee.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (10.)|
|112.||Osbert Giffard and Alice Murdac.|
|Writ of extent to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheators, 24 July, 31 Hen. III.|
Osbert, son of the said Osbert, age variously stated as 12½, 13½, and 13 on the quinzaine before St. John the Baptist last, is heir of the said Osbert and Alice.
Foxcote manor (extent given) held by the said Osbert of Maurice de Berlay by service of ½ knight's fee.
Theaumes manor (extent given) held by the said Osbert of Elias Giffard by service of one knight's fee.
|Gloucester.||Pinchecomb', 1 carucate land and 28s. rent held of the king by socage rendering 5s. yearly to the sheriff.|
Acton town, 40s. rent held by the said Osbert of Elias Giffard.
Hekebokel' manor (extent given) including Comptun, Hanknolle and Hoo, sometime held by the said Osbert and Isabel his wife, out of which the prior of Plimpton has 12s. in frank almoin and the advowson of the church of Ekebokel'.
Stanlac, ¼ of the manor (extent given) held by the said Alice Murdac of Beatrice her sister.
|Northampton.||Teynford, ¼ of ½ of the town similarly held, and it is of the honour of Wallingford.|
Tannemer ... 1 carucate land held by the said Osbert of Ralph Kameis.
Dadinton, ⅓ of the manor (extent given with names of tenants) held by the said Alice of the king by service of ⅓ of 2 knights' fees.
Nether Orton, 44s. 4d. rent held by the said Alice of the wardship of Osbert Giffard.
Derneford, 60s. rent held by the said Alice.
|Dorset.||Extent, Sunday before the Decollation of St. John the Baptist.|
Langeham manor in Gillingeham manor (extent given) held by the said Osbert of the king in chief rendering one pair of spurs yearly or 4d.
Winterborn Hueton manor (full extent given) held of Reginald de Mohun at fee farm for 14l. 10s. yearly and service of 2 fees.
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (11.)|
|Writ of extent to the sheriff of Lincoln, 10 May, 31 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
|Lincoln.||Carleton manor (full extent given) including lands, &c. in the field of Riston, Little Carleton, Crevequer, Westfen, Carleton Marsh, Tonsicroft, Hauercroft and Riskecroft, and the rent of Danby.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (12.)|
|114.||William de Lancastr'.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Lancaster, 25 Dec. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Peter de Brus, of full age, and Walter, son of William de Lyndeseya, aged 16, are his heirs.
|Lancaster.||(Unspecified) 36½ carucates land held of the king in chief by service of one knight.|
Warton, advowson of the church.
|Westmorland.||Writ to the sheriff concerning enfeoffments, 5 Sept. Inq.|
Thursday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 31 Hen. III.
The said William, on his death bed, viz. on Tuesday after St. Edmund last, enfeoffed John de Brus of the manor of Kylington, and died on Wednesday the vigil of St. Andrew; and he committed the wardship of the said land and of the said John to the prior of Coningisheved, and a canon of Coningisheved went and took seisin on the part of John and the said William took his homage. He also enfeoffed the following:—
Helsington, ... Duble 20a.; John le Waleys 22a.; and Philip de Mara 12a.
Crosth', Thomas the Leech (Medicum) 14a.; and Philip the Cook (Cocum) 13a.
Sleddale, Roland de Renegile 39a. arable and pasture; Gilbert de Berbr' 20a.; and Robert de Layburne 3½a. meadow with pasture.
Scaltwaitrig, William de Molineus 40a. with pasture; and William de Nordwde a moiety of Scaltwaitrig.
Patricdale, Roger de Lanc' 200a. of demesne, with a mill, herbage, pannage and 28s. 10d. rent; the services of Gilbert and Walter de Lanc' who each hold 1/10 knight's fee; the whole of the forest of Westm', excepting Feusdale, Swarte fell and the head of Martindale, which he held before of old enfeoffment.
Quitewelle, 3s. rent he released to Gilbert the Constable (Constabulario) for 1d. yearly.
He gave also to the hospital of St. Leonard, Kirkeby, 44 quarters of oatmeal yearly from Patton mill; and gave the advowson and custody of the hospital to the prior of Coningisheved.
All the above were enfeoffed between Monday the feast of St. Edmund and the Wednesday following, and about the middle of the night because his death was feared the seal was broken, and afterwards he lived for another hour and then died: they had no seisin except through themselves.
|Lancaster.||Inq. Tuesday after St. Matthew, 31 Hen. III.|
The said William enfeoffed the following on his death bed, viz.—
Scotford, John Buscel 15a. land.
Kirlundfeldes, Robert the Tailor (Scissorem), 56a. arable in the fields, and Kirkelund wood.
Withul, Richard de Kirkeb' ½ mark rent.
Gairstang, 4 bovates land he bequeathed with his heart to the abbot of Kokersond.
All the above were enfeoffed within 3 days of the death of the said William but had no seisin except through themselves.
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (13.)|
|115.||Peter Tylloll alias de Tillolf.|
|Writ of extent to Robert de Creppingis, 18 Nov. Extent. The vigil of St. Nicholas, 31 Hen. III. (defective).|
Geofrey, his son, aged 16 in the first week of Lent last, is his heir. Of his marriage the jury know nothing. He lies sick at Cauntebrige and his ... is broken, as is said.
|Cumberland.||Scalebi (full extent given) including Hotton and Etardeby, held of the king in chief, excepting 1 carucate in Scaleby which is held of Sir Thomas de Multon by knight's service.|
Solpert (extent given) held of the barony (paronia) of Lidel of Sir Hugh Bigot.
Ricardeby (extent given) held of the prior of Carlisle (Karleoly) by 1 mark rent.
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (14.)|
|116.||William de Hertwell.|
|Writ to Henry de Wingham and his co-escheator in co. Bucks, 20 July, 31 Hen. III. Inq. (missing.)|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (15.)|
|117.||Walter le Sauncmedle alias Saunmelle.|
|Writ to J. son of Geoffrey, Justiciary of Ireland, 6 Aug. 31 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Ireland.||He was insane when he made agreement with Walter son of Alfred concerning the land of Killene alias Kinnelen before the king's justices.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (16.)|
|Writ to Henry de Wyngham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 13 July, 31 Hen. III, of assignment of dower, to Roesia late his wife, the heir being in the king's ward. Assignment (missing).|
|E. Series I. File 1. m. 3.|
|Writ to Henry de Wingeham and his co-escheator in co. Salop, 20 Oct. 31 Hen. III, to give seisin to William his son.|
|E. Series I. File 1. m. 4.|
|120.||Thomas de Hoton.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Cumberland, 29 Oct. 32 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Cecily his daughter, aged 20, wife of Nicholas le Venur, is his heir.
|Cumberland.||(Unspecified) ½ carucate and 2a. land held (of the king in chief), and the said Thomas gave two bovates to the said Nicholas with the said Cecily in marriage.|
Alexander de Capella keeps the Hay of Plumton for the land which he holds in Hoton, and similarly for the said land which the said Thomas held.
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (17.)|
|121.||Robert de Hareston alias de Harstan.|
|Writ to Thomas de Stamford and his co-escheator in co. Derby, 3 April, 32 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
Peter de Harstan, aged 30 and more, is his heir.
|Derby.||Sutton in Dal (extent given), held (of the king in chief) for 1/16 knight's fee.|
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (18.)|
|122.||Amy, late the wife of Robert son of Aeri.|
|Writ super caus â captionis to the sheriff of Salop, 13 Jan. 32 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Salop.||Withiford mill was bequeathed to the abbey of Hageman alias Haghman by the said Robert, and after his decease William his brother entered upon his lands as heir, and dowered the said Amy of the town and mill of Withiford; and the abbot impleaded the said William, who gave him 20s. yearly for the mill to be received at Wetenaston and Muchelegam? Amy died seised of the said township and mill in dower, and the abbot was never enfeoffed thereof.
The sheriff took the mill with the town into the king's hands because there was no escheator, and the other lands of the heir of Withiford were in the king's hands.
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (19.)|
|123.||William de Essebi.|
|Writ (missing). Inq. (undated, but endorsed '32 H. 3.')|
Robert, his son, aged 6½, is his heir.
|[ Northampton.]||Catesbi and Neubotel town (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of one knight.|
Crec town, 6¼ virgates land in demesne, 15 virgates land held by customary tenants, 66s. rent of assize, 51s. 4d. customs of villeins, and 4½ marks tallage, held of Roger de Mumbrei by service of ⅓ of one knight.
Lilleburn, ¼ of the town (extent given) held of Agnes, daughter of Nicholas Abbe by service of ¼ of one knight, and ⅓ of one sparrowhawk. (See Rot. Fin. 32 Hen. III. m. 3.)
|C. Hen. III. File 6. (20.)|