|546.||Isabel Daubeni alias Daubeney.|
|Writ, 22 Jan. Inq. 9th of the calends of Feb., 47 Hen. III.|
William Daubeney her son, aged 30 and more, is her heir.
|[Bedford.]||Caynho manor (extent given) held as head of a moiety of a barony, together with one carucate in Amethulle, of the king in chief by the homage and relief of a moiety of a barony, and by service of 1 knight or 2 serjeants when the king goes in the army in person. 12½ knights' fees are contained in the moiety of the barony, and 15 carucates of land have been granted in alms by ancestors from the barony.|
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (1.)|
|547.||Geoffrey Punsard alias Punzard.|
|Writ, 8 Jan. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated and defective.)|
William, son of Lawrence son of the said Geoffrey, aged 10, would be his heir if legitimate (but the jury know not?) if he is so or not.
|[Berks.]||Hungerford. A messuage and 2 bovates land with a meadow, held of the king in chief by service of finding withies for hanging up pieces of meat in the king's kitchen (harde ad laquand' pecias carnium in coquina); 1 virgate land held of the earl of Leicester rendering 6d. yearly; also 9s. 8d. rent of assize.|
Sandon.⅓ virgate land held of William de Britenoles rendering 12d. and 4 capons.
Hulle.½ virgate land, 8a. wood, 2a. meadow, and 2a. land in New Croft held of Roger de Ingepenne, service unspecified; also 11s. 6d. rent of assize.
|Wilts.||Dunmulne.⅓ virgate land and a water mill held of the fee of Cherleton, and it renders 1d. yearly to John de Chereburg. (See No. 642.)|
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (2.)|
|548.||Theobald de Engleschevill.|
|Writ, 25 March. Inq. Wednesday before Pentecost, 47 Hen. III.|
He died without heir and the land is the king's escheat.
|Devon.||Woburneford. 1 carucate land and 6l. rent held for 1 fee of the fee of the earl of Gloucester, and the lord of that place can take 20s. aid. The land was the escheat of king John through Luke, son of John le Normaund, who was not at the king's fealty, and descended to the present king, who gave it to the said Theobald and his heirs for his homage and service, rendering 1 pair of gilt spurs yearly, price 6d. (See No. 509.)|
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (3.)|
|549.||Joan de Nevile.|
|Writ, 20 Jan. 47 Hen. III.|
William de Sancto Martino, aged 32, is her heir.
Dune. 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of ⅓ of ⅓ of 2 knights' fees.
Sutton. 30l. land held of the king in chief by service of ⅓ knight's fee.
Pidele. 6l. land held of Sir Alfred Lincoll' by service of ½ knight's fee.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (4.)|
|550.||Robert le Blund.|
|Writ (missing). Inq. Wednesday before St. Matthew, 47 Hen. III.|
|[Norfolk.]||Norwich. A messuage held of the king in chief.|
Reginald de Cressy, parson of churches, had a bastard daughter, Isabel, whom he enfeoffed of the said messuage. Robert le Blund took her to wife and they had a son, Reginald, who eight years ago withdrew from England, and because the jury know not whether he is alive or dead and there is no other heir, the messuage has been taken into the king's hands, and delivered to the bailiffs of Norwich until the king shall direct what he wills.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (5.)|
|551.||John de Gatesden.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Sussex, 1 July, 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Thomas de Audeham and Isabel his wife were in peaceful seisin of the manor for 4 days after the said John's death, until ejected by the subescheator. (Comp. Nos. 454 and 706.)
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (6.)|
|552.||Henry de Neketon alias de Neketune.|
|Writ, 9 May, 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
William his son, aged 40 and more, is his heir.
|Essex.||Terlenges. 360a. arable, 8a. meadow, 3a. pasture, profits of court, wood and mills, 6l. 0s. 4½d. rent of assize, customs &c. and 60 eggs price 1½d.; one knight's fee held of the king, and two of Sir Robert de Brus.|
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (7.)|
|553.||Emma Talebot alias Thalabot.|
|Writ, 4 Dec. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Philip Thalabot, her son, aged 22, is her heir.
|[_.]||(Unspecified.) A messuage, 80a. land, 1a. meadow and 24s. 1d. rent, held of the bishop of London in chief, by rendering yearly to Stortford Castle 3s. for guard, and 3s. sheriff's aid.|
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (8.)|
|554.||Robert (son of Herbert) de Lucy.|
|Writ, 28 Dec. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Robert his son, aged 12 on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next, is his heir.
|[Dorset.]||Hamme. 100s. land held in chief of the earl of Gloucester.|
Farnam. 40s. land, similarly held.
Stubhamtune and Tarente. 40s. land, similarly held.
Tollard. 4l. land, similarly held.
Up Vinborne.¼ knight's fee, viz.—William le Brut held it of the said Robert, who held that and other fees in Devon and Cornwall of the said earl by service of 2½ fees.
Tollard. 4l. land held of Maud Lungespehe by service of ¼ fee; and 2 virgates land held of the abbess of Fescome by socage.
Churethel. 10 marks land held of the countess of Lincoln by service of ¼ fee.
Upetone. 3 virgates land held of the abbess of Wilton by service of serjeanty.
Alice, late the wife of the said Robert, is not yet dowered.
Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 11 Mar., 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|Wilts.||Tollard, a moiety of the manor was held by the said Robert in chief of Richard, sometime earl of Gloucester.|
The wardship of the said moiety after the death of Herbert, father of the said Robert, who was then under age, by reason of the wardship of the lands of the earl, who was then under age and in the king's wardship, was wholly in the king's hands for about three years, until he sold it to Sir Geoffrey le Chamberlein. Sir William Lungeespeye used to take scutage of ¼ knight from the said Robert, but whether from this manor or another the jury know not.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (9.)|
|555.||Roger de Heton.|
|Writ, 24 Nov. 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
William, his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir.
|[Lancaster.]||Brone? 8 bovates land held of the king in chief rendering 10s. yearly.|
Westeshum. 8 bovates land held of the king in chief rendering 4s. yearly.
Grimesarg.½ carucate land held of the king in chief rendering 3s. yearly, and William de Grimesargh holds it of him rendering the same.
Heton. 1 carucate land held of Sir Geoffrey de Chetham rendering 10s. yearly; and another carucate of Adam de Hotton rendering 19½d.
Ursewyk. 4 bovates land held of William, son of John, son of Alexander de Hyton, rendering 5s. 4d. yearly.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (10.)|
|556.||Robert de Boumes alias de Beumeys.|
|Writ, 18 May, 47 Hen. III. Extent (undated.)|
Reginald, his son, aged 40, is his heir.
|[Huntingdon.]||Sautre manor (extent given), held of the earl of Gloucester in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.|
|Pappewurth, 8l. 0s. 6d. rent of assize, &c. similarly held by service of ⅓ knight's fee.|
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (11.)|
|557.||Adam de Beysin.|
He died on the feast of St. Lucy, 19 years ago. Robert, his son, aged 21 at the feast of the Assumption last, is his heir.
|Stafford.||Inq. Saturday after St. Matthew, 47 Hen. III.|
Asshele, ⅓ of ½ fee held of the king in chief by service of ½ mark when scutage happens.
Longenolre township, held of John de Perles by service of ½ mark.
Hydeslond. 1 virgate land held of the prior of Lappele by service of 4s.
Eton township, held of Sir Richard de Stretton and the dean of the church of Wolverenhampton by service of 6s.
All the above are in the hand of Sir William de Everoys by the delivery of Lady Sibyl Giffard, to whom the king granted the wardship of the said tenements.
|Salop.||Inq. (undated and defaced.)|
Wrkiton and Walkeslawe manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of keeping one of the king's goshawks until Michaelmas yearly, or until the king's mandate, and then to bring it to the king and remain at the Court during the season, taking 5½d. per day and eating in the king's house, and taking 2 robes yearly, and the king shall restore him his horse if his horse ...; and after the close of the season he ought to take the hawk back to his own country and mew it at his own cost, and if it should die, he ought to bring to the king its feet and tail.
Billingesley manor (extent given), held of the abbot of Ses by service of 6 marks yearly; but Mabel de Beysin his mother held ⅓ of the manor in dower, with the demesne and capital messuage and survived him.
Silviton manor (extent given), held of the abbot of St. Remy by service of 24s. yearly.
[Burwardele,]⅓ of the manor (extent given), held of the prior of Wenlak by service of eating with the prior on St. Milburgh's day ... his dinner on that day, and doing suit at his court of Burton. (See No. 503.)
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (12.)|
|558.||John de Plessetis alias de Plascetis, earl of Warwick.|
|Writ, 7 Mar. 47 Hen. III.|
Hugh, his son, aged variously stated as 24 and more, 25 or more, and 26, is his heir.
Okenardton manor, held of the king in chief, together with the manors of Kedelinton and Bradeham, by service of one barony, finding in the king's army 2 knights or 4 (or? 3) serjeants for 40 days at his own cost.
Kedelinton manor, held as abovesaid by service of 3 serjeants.
Musewell manor, held of the abbot of Messenden rendering 2 marks yearly.
|[Buckingham.]||Inq. Thursday in Easter week, 47 Hen. III.|
Messenden, ½ knight's fee, held of the honour of Giffard, doing service to the earl of Leicester of 5s. yearly for view of frank pledge and scutage for ½ fee.
Stottesden manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator of co. Berks, reciting the above writ. Inq. (undated.)
|Berks.||Morton. 5½ virgates land held of the inheritance of Christina daughter of Hugh de Sanford, sometime his wife, by service of ½0 knight's fee.|
West Witteham. 9½ virgates land similarly held of S. de Monte Forti, earl of Leycester, of the honour of Giffard, by service of 1/6 knight's fee.
Writ, 8 March, 47 Hen. III. Extent (undated).
|Warwick.||Warwick castle, with the manor and honour, held by the said earl for life and not in fee.|
Breyles manor, similarly held for life, pertaining to the honour of the earldom of Warwick.
The above lands, &c. ought to pertain to Sir William Maudit after the said earl's death, because Alice Maudit his mother, whose heir he is, would have had the said lands by hereditary right, if surviving.
Writ (de escaeta), to the sheriff of Buckingham, 18 March, 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|[Buckingham.]||Bradenham manor was not the escheat of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, through the death of Margery, sometime countess of Warwick; for Humphrey de Bohun his grandfather gave the manor in free marriage to Henry de Oylly with Maud his sister, who had a son Henry and two daughters: Henry the younger had the manor for life and died without heir of himself, and the right in the manor descended to the daughters, from the elder of whom issued Thomas earl of Warwick and one Margery; the said Thomas had the manor for life and died without heir of himself, and the said Margery also; but from the younger sister, aunt of the said Margery, came one Walter de Daventre, and the jury believe that whilst there are any heirs of the younger sister the manor cannot be the escheat of the said Humphrey. After the death of the said Margery the said Humphrey obtained seisin of the manor for 15 days, because he understood that it was his escheat, and by his grant at the king's instance the late earl of Warwick held it for life.|
Writ of seisin, 22 March, 47 Hen. III. Inq. Thursday in Easter week. On the petition of Hugh de Aungervill.
|[Warwick.]||Lodbroc manor. On Sunday the morrow of St. Matthias the Apostle about the evening hour, the sun still shining, came the said Hugh, bringing a deed which he had of the gift of the said earl of Warwick, and a letter patent from the earl to his constable of Warwick or reeve of Lodbroc, to place the said Hugh in full seisin of the manor, which the reeve did; and the said Hugh removed him and instituted his own reeve, and continued in peaceful possession until the following Sunday, when he was expelled by a servant of Sir W. Maudut and others. The jury know nothing of the day or hour of the said earl's death.|
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (13.)|
|559.||Hugh de Cressy.|
|Writ, 24 April, 47 Hen. III.|
Stephen de Cressy, his brother, aged 40 and more, is his heir.
Herietesham manor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee pertaining to the barony of Peverel.
Trotteclieve manor, held of the bishop of Rochester by service of ½ knight's fee.
|[...]||Inq. Wednesday the vigil of the Ascension ... (fragment).|
... 2 knights' fees, held by service of 2 knights' fees.
|[Suffolk.]||Extent, Tuesday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 47 Hen. III.|
Bliburg' manor (extent given), including 39a. heath and pasture in Launde, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
|[Suffolk.]||Reydon manor, held of the heirs of Sir Walter son of Robert; whence Lady Isabel de Cresy receives 34l. yearly in dower.|
Ruchaye, held of John Roscelin who takes 100s. yearly.
Glemham, held of Sir John Grey by 1 knight's fee.
|Norfolk.||Horsford manor, held of the king of Almain, service unspecified.|
|[Norfolk.]||Ling manor, held of Sir Peter de Sabadia, service unspecified.|
Ketteringham manor, held of the earl of Oxford by the courtesy of England, service unspecified.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (14.)|
|560.||William de Bello Alneto alias de Belaulney.|
|Writ, to the Justices of Eyre at Winchester. 10 April, 47 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.) Because William Maudut, Robert de Sancto Johanne and James le Sauvage claim the wardship of the lands and heir of the said William, which pertain to the king, as is said, by reason of the castle of Porchester.|
|[Southampton.]||Belauney and Burghunte.½ knight's fee held of Sir William Mauduyt by service of ½ knight's fee; and ¼ knight's fee held of Thomas de Burghunte by service of ¼ knight's fee, whose son is in the wardship of Robert de Sancto Johanne by reason of a fee held of him.|
Belauney.½ acre land held of the fee of William Mauduyt, and rated before R. Passelewe, &c., at 4½d. because it was within the bounds of the forest.
Wanstede.¼ virgate land held of Walter de Bellingham by service of 16d. yearly.
Burhunte.½ virgate land held of Henry de Burhunte by service of 12d. yearly.
He held nothing of the king in chief, nor of James le Sauvage; and the wardship of his heir pertains to William Mauduyt by reason of the ½ knight's fee held of him in Belauney and Burhunte.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (15.)|
|561.||Philip de Chauncy alias de Chansi.|
|William his son, aged 25, is his heir.|
Writ, 12 Sept. Inq. Tuesday after the exaltation of the Holy Cross, 47 Hen. III.
|Lincoln.||Suinhop, 1 knight's fee held of the king in chief; and 1½ knights fee held of Peter de Saune.|
Walesby and Bleseby, 1 fee, whereof Walter de Walesby holds 3 parts, and Roger de Bleseby holds a fourth part.
Wigleton, ½ fee held of the king, which he gave to William, his son, long before he died, who is in full seisin thereof from Whitsunday last.
Thurleby, 1 fee, which William de Blakevill holds; doing to the king for all these tenements service of 1 knight or 2 serjeants when the king's person shall go in the army.
Steinton, 4½ bovates land held, of the inheritance of his wife, of Sir Robert de Nevill, service unspecified.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (16.)|
|562.||Alardus le Flemeng.|
|Sussex.||Extent, 47 Hen. III. Endorsed with memorandum about the assignment of the manors of Puleburgh, Saperton or Risendon in dower.|
Pulberwe manor and advowson (extent given), including lands at Heyburn a member of Pulberwe, and a pasture called Stapelbroc. The advowson of Rigwyte church also pertains to the manor.
|Gloucester.||Extent, 47 Hen. III.|
Saperton manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified.
Alice late the wife of John le Flemeng, brother of the said Alardus, receives ⅓ of the rents and works of customers in dower.
|C. Hen. III. File 28. (17.)|