Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 18

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 18', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (1904), pp. 94-100. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108014 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 18

346.William le Fraunceys.
Writ, 10 Oct. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
William, his son, aged 26, is his heir.
Salop.Little Sutton, 29a. land and 3¼a. meadow held of the king by service of 2s. 6d. yearly; and 2a. land held of Osbert de Sutton by service of ½d., and ½d. stretward to the king. (See No. 869.)
C. Hen. III. File 18. (1.)
347.Elizabeth Tayleboys alias Taylboes.
Writ to the sheriff of Northumberland, 6 July, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Robert Taylboes, her son, aged 40 at least, is her heir.
Northumberland.(Unspecified) one knight's fee worth 49l. 8s. 4d. yearly, held of the king by service of 1 knight's fee.
C. Hen. III. File 18.(2.)
348.Geoffrey Tregoz.
Writ (undated fragment).
He died on Saturday before SS. Simon and Jude, 39 Hen. III.
Robert, his son, aged 24 on St. Benedict's day last, 40 Hen. III, is his heir.
Norfolk.Inq. (undated.) Billingford manor held of the king in chief of the honour of Peverel by service of ¾ knight's fee.
Redeleswrth' manor held of the king by service of ¼ knight's fee, and by Peter de Meulinges of the said Geoffrey by the same service.
Essex.Inq. (undated.) Tolleshunte manor held of the king in chief of Peverel honour by service of ½ knight's fee.
Tolleshunte, 20a. land held of the abbess of Berkinge by service of 20d., and 20a. pasture of Philip de Bovile by service of 2s. yearly.
St. Laurence, held of the king by service of ½ knight's fee, and by William de Fanencurt of the said Geoffrey by the same service; and 50a. land held of Richard Munvirun by service of 1 mark yearly.
Blunteshale manor held of the king of the honour of Peverel by service of ¾ knight's fee.
Topingho, held of the king by service of ¼ knight's fee: Richard de Welle holds the said land through the queen, and Robert Fillol held it of the said Geoffrey by the same service.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (3.)
349.Ralph le Bret.
Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 24 May, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Somerset.Juliana de Cultura demised her land of Orcherdlee to Ralph le Bret for his life, to supply her with all the necessaries of life, and the said Ralph held the same in this manner only and not of the king in chief. On his death the escheator took the land into the king's hands, but on what ground is unknown to the jury.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (4.)
350.John le Sancto Claro.
Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 31 March, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Essex.He did not hold any other land of the king in chief than of the honour of Boulogne, of which he held a messuage and 80a. land for ⅓ knight's fee and 2s. rent; and his ancestors were enfeoffed of the same as well as of the lands he held of the abbot of St. Edmund. (See No. 248.)
C. Hen. III. File 18. (5.)
351.William le Areblaster alias Arblastar' de Geveldale.
Writ to the sheriff of York, 15 July, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
He had 3 sisters, viz.—Alice, from whom came Walter her son; Eva, from whom come Cecily and Alice; and Avice, from whom came Alan; all of full age, who are his heirs.
York.The two towns called Geveldale, 4 carucates land held by crossbow service and doing guard at York Castle in time of war for 40 days at his own costs, and if longer, at the king's costs, and conducting the king's treasure through the county at the king's costs.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (6.)
352.William de Hokesham.
Mandate from John Waler[and], the king's escheator, to his co-escheator in co. Devon, with transcript of writ, 2 Feb. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
He lived until the feast of St. Lucy last. William, his son, aged 4, is his heir.
Devon.Buddelegh hundred held of the king in chief by socage for 3 marks yearly.
Hokesham, held of the heirs of Breweys of Biry honour for 1 knight's fee.
Bokelond, held of Sir Ralph de Esse for ½ knight's fee.
But on the day he died he only held in hand the said hundred, and the homage and relief of the other lands.
[Devon.]Inq. (undated.)
The wardship of his heir, aged 4 at Easter last, and of the land of Hockesham is worth nothing because the said William enfeoffed William de Punchard' thereof on Sunday before the feast of the Holy Cross in May, 39 Hen. III, and afterwards he lived until the feast of St. Lucy, 40 Hen. III.
Budd(leigh) hundred he held on the day of his death of the king in serjeanty, rendering 3 marks yearly to the sheriff; and he enfeoffed the said William de Punchard' of the land of Bocland in the hundred of Branton on Sunday after the feast of the Holy Cross in May, 39 Hen. III.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (7.)
353.William de Paris alias de Parys.
Writs, 28 Dec. and 23 Feb. 40 Hen. III.
Ralph Ivaus is his heir on the part of his elder sister, and has a moiety of the lands by the king's command, and Robert le Gustur, aged 28, is co-heir on the part of his other sister.
Somerset.Inq. (undated.) Cnolle manor, held of the heirs of the Lady Sabine de Ortiaco by service of ⅓ knight's fee.
Stokes manor, held of Sir William de Monte Acuto by service of ½ and ¼ knight's fee.
Buckingham.Esston manor, sometime held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, but which William de Monte Acuto has held for three years in fee.
Oxford.Karsington manor, sometime held of Sir William de Cantilupo in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, which the said William de Monte Acuto now holds in fee.
[Buckingham.]Inq. (undated and defective.) Aston manor, sometime held of the king in chief by service pertaining to 1 knight's fee, and he conferred the same 3 years before his death on William de Monte Acuto for his homage and service, who still holds it.
[Somerset.][Kn]olle manor, held of the heir of Richard de Hortiaco for ⅓ knight's fee of Mortain.
Stok' manor, held of William de [Monte Acuto] by service of 1 knight's fee.
Oxford.Kersinton manor, held of William Maudut, which manor (he gave?) to Sir William de Monte Acuto, who now holds it.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (8.)
354.Robert le Bel.
Writ, 24 June, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Adam, his son, aged 30, is his heir.
Somerset.Cumpton Durevil', ½ virgate, sometime of Eustace Durevil hung for felony, held of the king in chief by service of 6d. yearly; 3 virgates held of Sir Alan de Furnellis by ⅓ knight's fee; and a portion of land and a mill held of the heirs of Sir William Malerb' alias Malet by knight's service.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (9.)
355.Henry de Chaumflur' alias de Campo Flor[Ido].
Writ, 28 Nov. Inq. Saturday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 40 Hen. III.
Hilary, his son, aged 40, is his heir.
Somerset.Sterte town, 111a. land, 12a. meadow, 9a. pasture, 13s. 6d. rent, &c. held of the king in chief by service of 3s. rent for the price of one crane at Michaelmas.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (10.)
356.John de Kynardele alias de Kinardesle.
Worcester.Writ to the sheriff, 30 Aug. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Severnestok manor, 1/8 knight's fee held of Sir Roger de Clifford, doing royal service.
He held nothing of the king.
Hereford.Writ to the sheriff, 30 Aug. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Denis, 40 Hen. III.
Bruges, 1 carucate land, a fulling mill and another mill held of Sir Roger de Clifford in chief by service of 1lb. cummin rent.
Longeford, 1 carucate land held of the said Roger by service of 1lb. pepper; and these 2 carucates answer for ½ knight's fee when scutage runs.
Wurmeton, 1 carucate land held of the heirs of Ralph de Saucey by service of ½ knight's fee.
He held nothing of the king in chief.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (11.)
357.Hugh de Essex.
Writ to the sheriff of Essex, 7 Nov. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Essex.Rewenhale, 31a. land, 5a. meadow and 1a. wood were delivered to him to farm by Robert de Haselingfeud for 10s. yearly, and after the said Hugh's death the king's escheator took the same, together with other lands &c. which the said Hugh held of the king in chief, into the king's hands.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (12.)
358.William de Beville alias de Beuvile.
Writ, 9 Aug. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Randulph, his son, aged 9 on the 3rd day after St. Michael, 31 Hen. III (sic)..
[Stafford.](Unspecified) 8 bovates land, a pasture, garden, and 26½d., 1 pair of white gloves and 1 barbed arrow rent, held of the king in chief by service of 5s. yearly and suit of court at Newcastle under Lyme.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (13.)
359.Ralph de Grendon.
Mandate from Thomas de Stanford to Sir Peter de Tuk', with transcript of writ, 10 Jan. Inq. Sunday after St. Scholastica, 40 Hen. III.
Robert, his son, aged 14, is his heir.
Derby.Boyleston, 17½ bovates land, with pasture, 6 cottars, 80a. wood, a moiety of a mill, and the advowson of a moiety of the church, held of Sir Andrew de Grend[on], rendering 2s. or one sore sparrowhawk at the choice of the tenant, and when scutage runs he shall answer as attorney of his brother Sir Andrew to the earl of Derby (domino Com' Derb') for 1/8 knight's fee.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (14.)
360.Hugh de Capis alias de Capes.
Writ, 12 Oct. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Thomas, his son, aged 15 at the feast of the St. John the Baptist last, is his heir.
Northampton.Falwesleye manor, held of the king in chief by service of 15l. yearly.
Great Preston town, 9 carucates land held of Sir Hugh de Swyneford and other lords in chief by service of 40s. rent; and 4 virgates land held of Richard de Amondewill by service of 10s. yearly.
Thorp town, 20s. rent of assize, tenure unspecified.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (15.)
361.Henry de Hauvill alias de Hautvill.
Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 28 March, 40 Hen. III.
[Norfolk.]Inq. (undated.)
Lenn town, toll (lastagium) worth 10l. was yearly held by the said Henry of the king by service of falconry (servicium falconer'). After his death Thomas his son held the same, and Amice late the wife of the said Henry had her dower thereof. It is not the king's escheat except during the minority of Henry son of Ralph, heir of the said Henry.
[Norfolk.]Inq. (undated.)
Gernemuth town, the toll (lestagium) was held by the said Henry of the king in chief, service unknown, but long before his death he demised the same to fee farm to William Gerberge of Gernemuth and Geoffrey de Renham and their heirs, &c. by a rent of 40s.; which rent since the death of the said Henry 3 years ago, has remained in the hands of the heirs of the said William and Geoffrey because no one on the part of the said Henry has required it, and they knew not to whom they ought to pay it. The said toll is not the king's escheat, but the wardship of the said rent pertains to the king during the minority of the heir of the said Henry.
[Suffolk.]Inq. (undated.)
Gipwic' town, toll (lestagium), worth 20s., was held by the said Henry of the king by serjeanty of falconry (falconarum), but he sold the same to Geoffrey de Reynham and John Bolle of Gipwic' and their heirs, &c. by service of ½ mark yearly, of which nothing has been paid since the said Henry's death, because they knew not to whom they should pay.
Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, 5 Dec. 41 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Henry son of Ralph, son of the said Henry, aged 11, is his heir. After the death of Ralph de Hauvill his kinsman, there descended to him 100s. yearly in Lenn and Ketleston, and after the death of Peter his kinsman, 40s. yearly in Reynh(am). Thomas de Hauvill, who at the feasts of SS. Peter and Paul next will have held the said lands, &c. for 4 years, on the day his father died at Lynford, co. Buckingham, came to take seisin at Reynham as of the gift of his father, and on the morrow at Dunton.
Norfolk.Dunton and Ketleston manor, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping the king's falcons.
Reynham, 52s. rent, excepting dower, held of the king in chief by 40s. farm, which Ralph de Erlham paid to him.
Lenn, 47s. (rent), whereof his relict has a moiety in dower. (See Nos. 281 and 337.)
C. Hen. III. File 18. (16.)
362.William [son of Robert] de Aubemarle alias de Alba Mara, de Alba Marla.
Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 11 Feb. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated fragment.)
Thomas de Evercy alias Deversy son of Anora his sister, Isabel de Alba Mara alias de Gloustre? his sister, Richard de Stanleye alias de Stalling, de Stanling, son of Katherine his sister, Matilda de Alba Mara alias de Stanleg' his sister, all of full age, and William, son of William Hathewy (heir of Agnes his sister ?), aged 12, are his heirs.
Gloucester.... of the king, a certain land ... , 1 carucate land in demesne ... , from which the said Bartholomew shall receive yearly ...
[Gloucester.]Inq. (undated.) Ruwardin manor in the forest of Dene (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 23s. yearly.
[Hereford.]Homme, 1 carucate land held of the fee of the bishop of Hereford by service of 8s. yearly.
[Gloucester.]Stintescumbe, 2 carucates land, tenure unspecified.
Throp outside Winchecumb, 1 carucate land, service unknown.
Mandate &c. with transcript of writ, to the constable of the castle of St. Brevell, 12 Feb. Extent, St. Mark's day, 40 Hen. III.
[Gloucester.]Ruardin manor in the forest of Dene (extent given), held of the king in chief by 23s. rent and serjeanty, viz.—Attending the constable of St. Brevell with a horse and hauberk (lorica) within the bounds of the forest at his own cost, and attending the pleas of the forest, when summoned.
Writ, 10 March, 40 Hen. III.
[Gloucester.]Inq. (undated.) Stintescomb', 110a. arable, 8a. meadow, 3a. pasture, garden, watermill, pannage, and 100s. rent, and 1 goose worth 1½d., held of the lord of the barony of Berkele by service of 10s. 6d. yearly.
[Gloucester.]Inq. (undated.) La Trop, 1 carucate land and 42s. rent &c. held of the lord of Sudleye by 19s. 4d. rent.
Hereford.Inq. (undated.) Homme manor, 2 virgates arable, with meadow, garden, and pasture, and 8s. rent which he rendered yearly to the bishop of Hereford.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (17.)
363.Robert de Parco.
Writ to Ralph de Covene, steward of the king's forest of Fekham, 29 July. Inq.
Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 40 Hen. III.
Henry de Parco, his son, is his heir and of full age.
[Worcester.]Fekeham forest, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief for keeping the king's park, whereof the king has the herbage and pannage, and the said Robert had windfalls up to 5 oaks and dead wood; 6a. of assart held of the king by 2s. 8d. rent by the hands of the sheriff; 2 virgates of the abbot of Bordesle by 2lb. cummin rent; and 3 virgates of Robert le Chevaler of Bradele by service of 1 pair of gloves.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (18.)
364.Henry le Chamberleng.
Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 28 March, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
John, his son, aged 20 on Friday after St. Matthew last, is his heir.
Lincoln.Merston, capital messuage, 11 bovates and 3 parts of a bovate, 3 tofts, pasture, and 2lb. pepper rent, held of the king in chief by service of finding one knight in the king's army; and 2 marks rent held of Thomas Grelley by service of 1 pair of gilt spurs.
Wykingebi, capital messuage, 13 bovates land and 4 tofts, held of Henry de Percy by service of 2½ knight's fees for that land and the land of Aufeld; 5 bovates land held of the bishop of Lincoln, rents of 1lb. wax and 3s. 4d., and a wood held of the fee of Percy, services unspecified. And the said Henry used to render 16d. yearly to Richard de Buselingtorp for a bovate which he gave to the monks of Stainfeld in alms, and 4d. yearly to the monks.
C. Hen. III. File 18. (19.)
365.Isabel de Broc alias Sibyl de Brok alias de la Broc.
Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 7 Feb. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
She had 3 sisters, viz.—Edelina, wife of Stephen de Turnham, heirs unknown; Alice, wife of William Harang', from whom issued two daughters,Emma from whom issued Peter Hotoft alias de Hamtoft, and Felicia from whom issued Nicholas de Wauncy; and Clemencia, wife of William Mallesoveres, from whom issued Aunger de Tatlinton: these three are her heirs and of full age.
Salop.Chetelton manor, held of the king in chief by service of finding 1 man to go with the king into North Wales with bow and arrows when necessary.
Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 16 June, 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Salop.Chetinton manor, held (as above). As Aunger is from a sister and Nicholas and Peter from neices, it seems to the jury that Aunger is the heir. (See No. 317.)
C. Hen. III. File 18. (20.)