|446.||Philip de Bagesouer alias de Baggesore.|
|Writ, 2 Dec. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Philip, his son, aged 11, is his heir.
|Salop.||Bardele, 4½ virgates land held of the king in chief by service of 6s. yearly.|
Bagesore town, held of the prior of Wenlok in chief by service of 20s. yearly; and 2 virgates land and 5a. wood held of Henry de Harecurt by ½ mark yearly.
Aclinton town, held of Sir Henry de Hastinges in chief by service of 60s. yearly.
Cleybiri North, a moiety of the town held of Sir Robert de Halgweton by 23s. 4d. yearly.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (1.)|
|447.||Andrew le Blund.|
|Writ to the escheator to send in the Inquisition lately ordered to be made, 23 July, 43 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
|Essex.||Ginge Laundr' town (extent given).|
Ginge Joyberd town (extent given), with a moiety of the advowson of the church.
Bromelegh, a dovecot.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (2.)|
|448.||Ralph de Bradeleye.|
|Writ, 12 July, 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Geoffrey, his son, aged 28, is his heir.
|Lincoln.||Bradele and Laysebi, a messuage and 10 bovates land, 39s. 6d. rent of assize, and 41s. 6d. rent of assize of villeins, held of the king in chief by service of 38s. 8d. yearly.|
Humberistain town, 2 bovates land held of the countess of Lincoln by service of suit at her court of Gretham.
Leysebi, 3 bovates land held of Geoffrey de Nevill, paying 9s. 8d. yearly; and 1 bovate land of Geoffrey de Roxethon by service of 1d.
Grimmesbi, 2 messuages held of the abbot of Grimmesbi, paying 2s. 6d. yearly; and a moiety of a water mill held of the fee of the earl of Albemarle without service, because it was in exchange of lands.
Hol town, 1 toft held of the bishop of Lincoln, and 1½a. meadow of the fee of the earl of Albemarle, services unspecified.
Belesbi town, 4 bovates land held of the fee of Bartholomew de Capella, service unspecified.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (3.)|
|449.||Agnes de Sancto Mauro.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 11 Nov. 43 Hen. III.|
Henry, son of Geoffrey de Sancto Mauro and the said Agnes, aged 30, is her heir.
|Wilts.||Inq. St. Katherine's day (43 Hen. III).|
Marleberg town alias borough, 51s. 8d. rent held (of the king?) in chief.
|Wilts.||Inq. The eve of St. Katherine, 43 Hen. III.|
King's Berton,½ hide land from whence she paid 8s. yearly rent to the castle, which tenement Nicholas de Hampton holds to farm.
Manton town, one hide land of Wallingford honour, from whence she paid 16s. yearly rent to the Templars, and the said Nicholas holds that land to farm.
Chuppeham manor, 2 virgates land and 2 mills, held of the king in chief, rendering 52s. yearly; and 4l. 18s. rent, held by as much rent to the king.
Langele town, a little plot (hamell') of meadow held of John Burel by 6d. yearly.
Chupp(eham) manor, a little plot of meadow held of Thomas Bubbe by 4d. rent, and ½a. meadow of John de la Barre by 2d. rent.
La Boxe manor, 2 virgates land held of Samson de la Boxe by 15s. rent, and a mill held of the prior of Fernlegl' by 10s. rent.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (4.)|
|450.||Gilbert son of Simon Glutun.|
|Writ (missing). Inq. Friday before St. Michael, 43 Hen. III.|
|Nottingham.||The said Gilbert 4 years before his death enfeoffed William son of Robert de Bulcote of all the lands and tenements which were of Simon his father and William his brother, as well within the town of Nottingham as without; and the said William was in full seisin thereof before and after the death of the said Gilbert until the sheriff of Nottingham ejected him by an inquisition made by the king's command. The said Gilbert had a son Gilbert, who was hung for felony at Nottingham ten years before the said William was enfeoffed of the said tenements, &c.; and the said Gilbert enfeoffed certain others of lands and tenements of the said Simon and William before he enfeoffed the said William, of which the said William recovered seisin by the king's command, because they were of the king's serjeanty.|
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (5.)|
|Writ, 20 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. The eve of St. Martin, 44 Hen. III.|
John, his son, aged 12 at Easter next, is his heir.
|Lancaster.||A pasture called Litteldale, held of the king in chief by service of 6s. 8d.|
Katon town, six bovates land held in chief of Roger de Heshaym by service of 7s. 6d., with a third part of a watermill and of a fulling mill.
Burgh town, 1 carucate land held of Matthew de Burgo, with ⅓ of the mill, and ½ carucate land in Lec town, by knight's service.
Lec town, 1 carucate land held in chief of Sir Roger Gernet of Halton by knight's service. (See No. 469.)
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (6.)|
|452.||Richard De Percy and William de Percy.|
Tadecastre manor (extent given); the mills and fisheries which pertain to the king, save 62s. 8d. which the prior of Park, Robert de Brus and Thomas le Lardiner receive yearly, and of which the late wife of William de Percy ought to acquit a third part, (are worth) 11l. 10s.
|York.||Extent (undated but endorsed 43 Hen. (III)).|
Spoford manor (extent given), including a pasture called Wetecroft and Tidouerker; and the parson's men owe to the king 3s. 2d. for 4 carucates and 26 swathes (fauciliis) yearly.
Linton manor (extent given).
Toppeclive manor (extent given), including Aystanby.
Carleton (extent given with names of tenants).
Grisethwayth, 2 bovates land held by Robert the forester, rendering 6s. yearly.
Wilton manor, held by John de Bulemer, rendering 10l. yearly.
Marton Grange, held by the abbot of Fountains, rendering 8s. yearly.
Tatecastre manor (extent given with names of tenants).
Spoford manor and advowson (extent given with names of tenants), including:—
Kereby manor, held by Thomas de Arches by 6s. yearly.
Linton manor (extent given with names of tenants).
Langestrothe (extent given with names of free tenants), viz.:—
Setel manor, held by Henry de Percy by 50s. yearly.
Raheved, pasture held by Rayner de Scotthorp by 5s.
Swinden, 4 bovates land held by William Pollard by 6d.
[Halton?] 2 bovates by Hugh de Halton in the same by 4d.
Westby, held by Ada de Westby by 8s. 6d.
Malgum, held by the abbot of Fountains by 5s.
Treskefeld, held by John de Hamerton by 11s.
Ilkelay, held by Peter de Percy by 21s. 4d.
Gersington, held by the heir of Nigel de Plumton by ...
|York.||Inq. (undated but endorsed 43 Hen. III).|
Catton manor and advowson (extent given), including 7 mills on one pond in Derewent at Stamford Bridge (Pontem Belli).
Nafferton manor (extent given), including cottars in Wandesford and Foston, members of Nafferton, and 12a. and 1r. land in Lekinfeud.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (7.)|
|453.||William le Suvage alias LE Salvage, le Sauvage, Le Savage.|
|Writ, 2 Oct. 43 Hen. III.|
Thomas de Ednessouere, son of Thomas and Lucy de Ednesouere his sister, and Philippa, wife of Sir Hugh de Meinyl, his sister, both aged 30 and more, are his heirs.
|Derby.||Inq. Tuesday after St. Luke, 43 Hen. III.|
Octhorp, 8 virgates land held by the said William of the heir of William de Gresseleg, which 15 days before his death he gave to his two foster sons, who had full seisin of them in his lifetime.
|Derby.||Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Edward the king, 43 Hen. III.|
Tiscenton, held of the earl of Ferrars in chief by service of ½ knight.He held nothing in the county of the king in chief.
|Worcester.||Writ, 2 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Estwode, 2 carucates land held of Sir Thomas de Arderne by service of ¼ knight's fee.
|Stafford.||Writ, 2 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Hintes manor, held of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield by service of ½ knight's fee.
|Warwick.||Writ, 2 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. The morrow of All Souls, 44 Hen. III.|
Neuton, held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
Pouelee (alias Powelee), held of William Burdet, clerk, by service of one sparrowhawk or 2s. yearly.
Baddesleg, held of Sir William de Haroucurt by service of 1 knight's fee.
Bathekinton, held of Sir Thomas de Arderne by service of ½ knight's fee.
Wotton (alias Wutton) and Hulle, two parts held of John Peyvere by service of 1 knight's fee.
Letter from Hugh le Bigod, justiciary of England to the king, with transcript of the above Inquisitions, excepting that for Octhorp.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (8.)|
|454.||John de Gatesdene, the younger.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Bedford, 4 Feb. 43 Hen. III.|
He died on the feast of St. Catherine, 43 Hen. III. Margaret, his daughter, aged 13 on St. Vincent's day (last), is his heir.
|[Herts.]||Inq. The day of St. Edward the king, 43 Hen. III (much defaced).|
Gatesden town (extent given).
|[Bedford.]||Inq. Wednesday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 43 Hen. III.|
Stanbruge manor (extent given with names of tenants); and the said John was bound to pay to the house of Neuham 4l. yearly of the king's alms, and 3l. to the king's exchequer for chief falconer's service, and there remains to the king 10s. 6½d. excepting perquisites of courts.
Tratinton manor (extent given), with the advowson.
Demeford manor (extent given).
Wakeford, 20s. 5d. rent of assize.
Elnestede manor (extent given), with the advowson.
Dedeleng manor (extent given).
Lady Clemence, late the wife of Bartholomew de Elnested, receives annually 10l. in dower from Elnested manor, which is held of the bishop of Exeter by service of ½ knight's fee; the manors of Tratinten with Dudeling and Demeford were held of Franco de Bouin by service of ½ knight's fee; and from Dedeling manor ought to be paid 9s. 4d. yearly to the heirs of Sir Gilbert Basevile. (Comp. Nos. 551 and 706.)
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (9.)|
|455.||Walter le Wudeward.|
|Writ, 25 Oct. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
He had no heir, and the land which he held of the king is the king's escheat.
|Southampton.||(Unspecified) 5½a. held of the king in chief, service unspecified; a curtilage held of William de Port; and 1/8a. held of William de la Punfaud.|
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (10.)|
|456.||Beatrice de Clisseby?|
|Writ to the escheator in co. Lincoln, 1 Sept. 43 Hen. III. Inq. (missing.)|
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (11.)|
|457.||William de Sancta Ermina.|
|Writ of extent, 18 June, 44 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
|[Essex.]||Havering apud Waldam manor, capital messuage, 200a. arable, 6a. meadow, 16a. pasture, 40s. rent, and customary works worth 6s. yearly; and there is owing to the king 7l. 6s. 10d. yearly.|
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (12.)|
|458.||John de Venuz.|
|Writ, 12 June, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
John, his son, aged 6 weeks, is his heir.
|Southampton.||Werldham manor, 3 carucates land held of the king in chief by serjeanty and rendering to the king 8l. 7s. 4d. yearly.|
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (13.)|
|459.||Thomas de Welles.|
|Writ, 2 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Robert, his son, aged 21½, is his heir.
|[Essex.]||Little Reynes manor and advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of one knight's fee, of the honour of Hageleye.|
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (14.)|
|460.||William le Clerc alias le Clerk, of Cumbe.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Oxford and to the bailiff of Wudestok, 10 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Oxford. [||Cumbe], 1 virgate land held of the king rendering 10s. yearly, and doing customs worth 16½d. yearly. The land is not the king's escheat because the said William died seised thereof, and Juliana late his wife holds it by reason of the wardship of Adam son of the said William and Juliana.|
|Oxford.||Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Oxford, 4 Aug. 44 Hen. III. Inq.|
Wednesday the morrow of St. Matthew.
Cumbe, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of 6s. yearly, and doing customs at Wodestok worth 16d., and he owed 4d. for marrying his daughter, or one lance, and tallage. The said William had a son John by one Juliana his wife, and after her death he had a son Adam by one Juliana whom he married; but the said John was outlawed for killing a man during the lifetime of his father, who died seised of the lands on Friday before St. Ambrose in this year; the said John would be the heir but for the outlawry. The land is not the king's escheat, &c. (as above).
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (15.)|
|461.||Margaret, countess of Kent.|
|Writ, 25 Nov. Inq. Saturday the vigil of St. Andrew, 44 Hen. III.|
Sir John de Burgo alias de Burk, of full age, is her heir.
|Surrey.||Benstede manor (extent given) held of Roger de Munbrey for 3 knights' fees.|
|Bedford.||Writ, 25 Nov. Inq. Thursday after St. Nicholas, 44 Hen. III.|
Aspele manor (extent given). Reginald de Sancto Walerico sold the manor to Hubert de Burgo, but the jury know not of whom it ought to be held, because they have never heard the charter of enfeoffment.
Guy de Sancto Walerico, father of the said Reginald, impleaded Simon de Bellocampo of the whole barony of Bedeford, and for peace the said Simon gave to the said Guy and his heirs the manor of Aspele, which was of the said barony, and ever defended it from foreign service against William de Bellocampo. (See No. 873.)
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (16.)|
|462.||William le Rus.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, 3 March, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Alice, his daughter, age variously stated as 14 at Christmas, and at the feast of the Circumcision last, and 15, is his heir.
|Norfolk.||Stinton manor, in Eneford hundred, held of William de Say by service of 1 knight's fee.|
|Lincoln.||Writ to the sheriff, 3 March, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Luburgh manor held of William de Albiniaco by service of 3 knights' fees.|
Writ to the sheriff of Suffolk, 3 March, 44 Hen. III.
|Suffolk.||Extent of lands in the hundreds of Bosemere and Cleydone and Carleford (undated).|
Akeham, Hasketone and Cloptone manors held of Sir R. le Bygod, earl of Norfolk, of the honour of Lancaster, by service of 2½ knights' fees, and 20s. yearly to the guard of Lancaster.
|[Suffolk.]||Extent of lands in the hundred of Hoxne (undated).|
Wytingham manor held of Roger le Bygot, earl of Norfolk, of the honour of Lancaster, by service of 1 knight's fee.
Stradebrok manor held of Richard, king of Almain, of the honour of Eye, by fee farm rendering 40 marks yearly.
Byrcholt, pertaining to Stradebroc manor, held of William de Huntingefeud by service of 2 marks yearly. (See Nos. 282 and 320.)
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (17.)|
|463.||Oliver de Stanford.|
|Mandate from the king's escheator citra Trentam to the escheator in co. Berks, with transcript of writ 23 Jan. Inq. Sunday the day of St. Peter in Cathedra, 44 Hen. III.|
Isabel and Amice, his sisters, of full age, are his heirs.
|Berks.||Stanford manor held of Sir Roger de Someri by service of 1 knight's fee.|
Burhildebyry, a tenement held of the abbot of Rading by service of 10s. yearly.
The lady who was the wife of the said Oliver is dowered of the above manor and tenement.
Writ to the sheriff of Berks, 16 March, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) On the petition of the abbot of Rading.
|[Berks.]||After the death of William de Stanford, father of the said Oliver, the said abbot seised the above land in Burwaldebury into his hands and held it to the full age of Peter his son, brother of the said Oliver; and after the death of the said Peter the escheator intruded upon the said land and held it about a month, and took thence 2s. tallage, and the abbot took the rent. The said Oliver held of the abbot in socage and not by knight's service; and the abbot and his predecessors have held the manor of Burwaldebury in frank almoin of the king from the foundation of the house of Rading.|
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (18.)|
|464.||Roger de La More.|
|Writ, 28 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Roger, his son, aged three parts of a year, is his heir.
|Salop.||La More town (extent given), held (of the king) by service of keeping one constableship in war with the king in Wales, taking 12d. daily of the king.|
La (More?), 2 parts of 1 virgate land held of Adam de Acton by service of 1d.
Ritton, 11s. rent of assize held of Sir John de Verdon without service.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (19.)|
|465.||Nicholas de Bykere alias de Bycre.|
|Writ, 16 Jan. 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
John de Bycre (his son), aged 30 and more, is his heir.
|Northumberland.||Bycre, Selingfeld and Pampeden (extent given), two parts held of the king by serjeanty, viz. being chief serjeant of the king, as his predecessors were, in instituting and removing all serjeants between Tyne and Koket, but a certain sheriff, Philip de Ulkotis, unjustly prohibited him from doing so; he shall cause the beasts taken for the king's debt in Northumberland to be kept at Bycre, and if they shall die shall answer for their skins at the king's castle in Newcastle (in Norhu Castro), and if sold for the said debt it ought to be by his view; and he shall cause the king's writs to be carried to barons between Tyne and Koket. And because his predecessors enfeoffed certain persons of some small messuages, part of the serjeanty, he made fine with the king for 40s. yearly payable at the king's castle. He often did the office of coroner between Tyne and Koket when the coroner could not come, presenting afterwards to the coroner, but this Roger de Turkilby at his last eyre forbade. The heir of Bycre was never in the wardship of anyone, except the sheriff of the king's castle; and the said Nicholas was in the wardship of Robert son of Roger sometime sheriff of Northumberland, who sold his wardship to Reginald Basset of Uffirton.|
Writ to the justiciary of England, 1 March, 44 Hen. III, to cause seisin to be given to the said John, taking security for his reasonable relief.
|C. Hen. III. File 23. (20.)|