Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 42

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 42', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (1904), pp. 273-287. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108038 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 42

808.Richard king of Almain.
Mandate from the king's escheator to the subescheator in cos. Oxford and Berks, reciting writ dated 5 April, 56 Hen. III.
Sir Edmund, his son, aged 22 on the day of St. Stephen last, is his heir.
Berks.Extent, Friday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Walingford borough, with the advowsons of the churches of All Saints, St. Peter and St. Michael, held of the king of England in chief, service unspecified.
Berks.Extent, Thursday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Arewelle manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the bishop of Winchester in chief by 1 knight's fee, rendering nothing except scutage when it runs, and then to the bishop.
Oxford.Extent, Friday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Bensindon manor, with 4 ½ hundreds and the advowson of the church of Henele which pertain to the said manor, held in chief of the gift of the king of England.
Walingford castle with the honour, with 2 mills, held of the king of England by service of 3 knights, and 120 ½ knights' fees pertain to the said castle and honour.
Oxford.Extent, Tuesday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Erdinton manor (extent given), held of the bishop of Lincoln in chief by service of 2 knights, but he owed nothing to him but scutage when it runs.
Esthalle hamlet (extent given), held of the king of England by service of ½ knight's fee; and Estallingeleye, a hamlet of Esthalle, was held by the abbot of Butlisden of the said king of Almain for ½ knight's fee.
Oxford.Extent, The eve of Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Watlington manor (extent given), held of the king of England in chief by service of 1 knight and scutage when it runs.
Witham, Croultone, and Losmere were held of the said king of Almain by service of 2 knights.
Oxford.Extent, Monday, the morrow of Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Henele manor with the advowson of the church (extent given), held of the king of England in chief by free marriage.
Endorsed, This is the Inquisition made of the honour of Walery and of the borough of Walingforth, and of the 4 ½ hundreds of Bunsinton and Henele.
Oxford.Extent, Wednesday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Beckele manor with the advowson (extent given), held, with Ambresdone, Blakethurne alias Blakehurne, and Willarston, by barony of the honour of St. Valery.
Orton (extent given).
Ambredone manor and Blakehurne, with the advowson of Ambredone church (extent given).
Willarston manor, with the advowson of Mixebury church (extent given).
Combe. 1 knight's fee, held by Simon de Sancto Licio.
Norton. 7 knights' fees, held by William le Brun and Robert de Fretevelle.
Horspahe, held by the Templars at fee farm, rendering 9l. yearly.
Norhoseneye manor, of the honour of St. Valery, 59s. 4d. rent of assize.
Buckingham.Inq. and Extent, Thursday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Risseberg manor with the park (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
Buckingham.Inq. and Extent Friday before Palm Sunday, 56 Hen. III.
Scipinham alias Scpinpinham manor with the park and the advowson of the chapel (extent given), held of the abbot of Westminster and others.
Mandate, &c. to the subescheator in cos. Essex and Hertford, reciting writ dated 5 April, 56 Hen. III.
Essex.Extent and Inq. Friday before St. Mark, 56 Hen. III.
Neuport manor (extent given), including 2 watermills and a fishpond, held of the king in chief, service unknown. The dean of St. Martin le Grand (Magnus), London, has always the church to his own uses, but the advowson pertains to the king.
Hertford.Inq. and extent, 56 Hen. III.
Bercam [sted] borough (extent given), held, with Hemelhamsted, of the king in chief by knight's service; and 6 ⅓ knights' fees are held in the county of the honour of Bercam [sted].
Hemelhamsted with the advowson (extent given).
C. Hen. III. File 42. (1.)
809.Henry Engayne alias Den Gayne alias De Engayn.
Writ, 31 Jan. 56 Hen. III.
John en Gayne alias den Gayne his brother, age variously stated as 40 and more, and 44 and more, is his heir.
Northampton.Inq. Saturday after the Purification, 56 Hen. III.
Laxton, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of chasing the wolf with his dogs through four counties.
Pittesle. (Land) worth 10l. held of the king in chief by the aforesaid service.
Bolewyk. 5 virgates land, held of the king in chief by hauberk fee.
Blatherwyk manor, held of Richard Basset in chief by hauberk fee.
Suffolk.Inq. Sunday the feast of St. Valentine, 56 Hen. III.
Badmundesfeld manor (extent given), held of the king in chief without service, because King Henry, son of King William the bastard, gave the manor to Baldwin de Buleres in free marriage with Sibyl de Faleyse.
Huntingdon.Inq. Monday after St. Agatha, 56 Hen. III.
Great Gidding. 80a. land in demesne, 8 virgates in villenage containing 24a. each, 2 marks rent, and a mill, held of the king in chief by service of chasing the wolf, fox, hare, and cat.
Cambridge.Inq. Tuesday after the Purification, 56 (Hen. III.).
Kotis manor with the advowson of the chapel (extent given), held of Ingram (Hinger') de Fenis of the honour of Boulogne for ¼ knight's fee.
Essex.Extent and Inq. The morrow of St. Valentine 56 (Hen. III.).
White Notheleg manor in the hundred of Wyham (extent given), held of the earl Marshal by service of 59s. 8d. yearly.
Hertford.Extent and Inq. Wednesday after St. Valentine, 56 (Hen. III.).
Honesdon manor in the hundred of Brackyng (extent given), held of the earl of Hereford, rendering ½ mark yearly.
Huntingdon.Inq. Tuesday after the Purification, 56 Hen. III.
Dilintone manor (extent given), with parks called Litlehey and Estpark, and a foreign wood called Westwode, held of the abbot of Rameseye in chief for 5 hides land, for which he does two suits yearly at the abbot's court of Brouton, and answers for them for foreign (service) to the abbot.
Perye. 100a. arable, 2a. meadow and 15s. rent, held for 1 hide land of Roger de Lovetot, answering for foreign (service) for the same.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (2.)
810.John de Grey alias Le Grey.
Writ, 5 Jan. 56 Hen. III.
Henry his son, age variously stated as 14 in next Lent, 14 at the feast of All Saints last, 15 in next Lent, 15, and 17 at the feast of St. Edmund the King and Martyr last, is his heir.
York.Inq. Sunday before the Purification, 56 Hen. III.
Barton (extent given), held of the king in chief by doing foreign (service). One Thomas de Codenore came to Barton bringing Sir John de Grey's writ and took seisin and fealty to the use of Joan daughter of the said John, aged 16; but because this was after the date of the king's writ, the escheator took the land into the king's hands.
Nottingham.Inq. (undated.)
Tofneton manor, with the advowson of the church of Adingburi (extent given), held of the honour of Peverel, which is the king's escheat, by service of going with the king in his army, as pertains to 1 knight's fee.
Estsweit township. 2 parts of ½ carucate land, a toft where was in old time the capital messuage of the fee, ½ mill, and the advowson of the church, tenure unspecified; and ½ carucate land held by Robert de Kinmarley of the fee of Codenower, rendering ½ mark yearly and suit at the court of Codenowe.
Writ, 25 Jan. 56 Hen. III.
Mandate from the king's escheator to the subescheator in co. Southampton, reciting writ of ad plenum certiorari, dated 3 Feb. on the complaint of Lucy late the wife of the said John that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the manor of Upton of which she was jointly enfeoffed with the said John.
Southampton.Inq. Sunday after the Octave of the Purification, 56 Hen. III.
Upton manor, held, by purchase from William de Arundel, of John de Sancto Johanne by service of 1 knight's fee.
Tonewurthe manor with the advowson, held, of the marriage of his wife, of the said John de Sancto Johanne by service of 1 knight's fee.
Writ, 25 Jan. 56 Hen. III.
Norfolk.Inq. Thursday before St. Valentine, 56 Hen. III.
Schiringham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 12d. at the king's manor of Aylisham.
Essex.Extent and Inq. Friday the feast of St. Agatha, 56 Hen. III.
Thurrock manor in the hundred of Chafford (extent given), held of the earl of Fereres by ½ knight's fee.
Writ, 25 Jan. 56 Hen. III.
Kent.Extent, The morrow of the Purification, 56 Hen. III.
Eyllesford. 1 knight's fee (extent given), held of the king in chief by doing as pertains to the shield. The church was bestowed by the said John's ancestors upon the master and brethren of Strode.
Kent.Extent, The morrow of the Purification, 56 Hen. III.
Ho manor, with the advowsons of the churches of Halesto and Ho St. Mary (extent given), held of the king in chief by ½ knight's fee, doing as pertains to the shield. And John de Cobeham held of him 1/40 knight's fee, doing as pertains to the shield,
Writ, 25 Jan. 56 Hen. III.
Nottingham.Inq. The morrow of St. Valentine, 56 Hen. III.
Radeclyve manor (extent given), held by barony pertaining to Tottenton which is held of the king in chief. The advowson of the church pertains to Awis de Eynecurt.
Leicester.Inq. Saturday before St. Valentine, 56 Hen. III.
Evynton manor (extent given), including 11s. 8d. rent from 2 villeins of Humberston, held by barony of the honour of Leicester for 3 ½ knights' fees. The advowson of the church pertains to the abbot of Leicester.
Writ, 25 Jan. Inq. The morrow of the octave of the Purification, 56. Hen. III.
Northampton.Neubotil manor (extent given), held by barony of the honour of Leicester by service of 2 knights' fees. The advowson of the church pertains to the prior of Dunstaple.
Derby.Inq. (undated and defective.)
[Codenower] manor (extent given), including 2 parks, 2 mills, the advowson of Henower &c., held of the honour of Peverel of the king's ancient escheat by service of going with the king in his army as pertains to ½ knight's fee.
Henower, held by Nicholas de Henower for 1 knight's fee, 2s. to Codenower manor and suit at Codenower court.
Scirlund, held by Reginald de Grey of the honour of Codenower, service unknown.
Normanton, held by Ranulf le Pouer for 1 knight's fee of the said honour, and suit of court at Codenower.
Beley in the Peak, held by Margery de Beley for 1 knight's fee for foreign service.
Eslessbecke in the Peak, held by Robert de Stredley for ¼ knight's fee for foreign service.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (3.)
811.Helewisa de Levynton, late the wife of Eustace de Balliolo alias de Baylloll.
Writ, 1 Oct. 56 Hen. III.
Thomas, son of Thomas de Multon of Gilleslond, is her heir, and of full age.
Westmoreland.Inq. Monday after St. Edmund the King, 57 Hen. III.
Hoffe. A moiety of the manor (extent given), held of the heirs of Robert de Veteri Ponte.
Cumberland.Inq. Wednesday before St. Katherine, 57 Hen. III.
Levington manor (extent given), including lands, &c. in Levinholme, Westcudbrytteby, Hedrisford and Honchal with the advowson of the church.
Skelton manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church.
Kirkamdres. 12 bovates and 2 parts of 2 bovates land.
Glassanby and Gamelesby. 65 ½a. land in demesne, a meadow, 51 bovates land, 35s. 3 ½d. from cottars, 2 mills, and a moiety of the advowson of the church of Glassanby.
Staffol with Blundelfel. Certain lands, worth 46s. 8d. yearly.
Ayketon manor with lands, &c. in Gamelesby (extent given), with a moiety of the advowson of the church.
Burgh. 8a. in demesne, 60a. herbage, a little meadow, 16 bovates land, 14s. from cottars, a fishery worth 8l. 8s., 56s. 11d. from free tenants, and a moiety of a mill.
Bothecaster. Land worth 5 marks yearly.
Kyrcoswald. Capital messuage, lands, &c. with the advowson of the church (extent given), including herbage at Rawenholme.
Laysingby. 15a. in demesne, 11a. meadow, 16 bovates land, 4s. rent, and a mill.
Levington, Scelton and Kircandres. Two parts held by the said Helewisa of the king in chief by barony doing suit at Cumberland county (court), and the third part by Robert de Paveley through his wife in dower: the whole barony renders 79s. yearly to the king's cornage.
A moiety of Gamelisby and Glassanby in another barony, held of the king in chief by 9s. 10d. cornage.
Ayketon manor, a moiety of Burgh on Sands and a moiety of Kircoswald and Laysingby were held of the king in chief for half a barony, doing suit at Cumberland county (court), and rendering 40s. 3d. cornage.
The land of Bothecaster was held of the barony of Burgh, and not of the king.
The land of Staffol and Blundelfeld was held of Thomas de Beuchampe and John de Staffol.
Of the barony of Levington, Skelton and Kirkandres, a moiety of Gamelisby and Glassanby, and the land of Buthcaster, Staffol the heirs of Euphemia de Kirkebrid, Isabel de Twynham, Agnes de Corri, Margery de Hampton, Juliana de Carrig, and Eva de Sutheayt, aunts of the said are next heirs of the same Helewisa, late the wife of Sir Eustace de Baylloll, but all remain in Scotland, except Robert de Hampton son and heir of Margery de Hampton, of full age, and Richard de Kirkebrid, heir of Euphemia de Kirkebrid, who is not of full age:the heirs in Scotland are of full age.
Thomas, son of Thomas de Multon of Gillesland, is the heir of Ayketon, and of moieties of the towns of Burgh on Sands, Kircoswald and Laysingby, viz.—of a moiety of a barony, and is of full age.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (4.)
812.John son of Alan.
Writ (missing).
He died on Friday before the Annunciation, 56 Hen. III.
Richard son of John of Alan, aged 5 on the day of St. Blaise in the same year, is his heir.
[Sussex.]Extent, The vigil of Trinity, 56 Hen. III.
Arundel borough (extent given), including the pleas and pannage of the park and the forest of Roell', a fishery in the weir and water, market toll, and the collations of the chapels in the castle and of St. James for the Lepers.
The church is held by the prior and convent of Arundel to their own uses.
[Sussex.]Extent, Sunday before St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III.
Avesford hundred (extent given).
Paling hundred (extent given).
Sengelton hundred (extent given).
Boxe and Stocbrugge hundred (extent given).
The abbot of Feskham used to give 40s. rent of assize for the manors which he holds within the liberty of Arundel, throughout the time of the said John's father, but there was an agreement about the 40s. between the abbot and this John, who was never in seisin thereof.
Southampton.Olethorne hundred (extent given), pertaining to the honour of Arundel.
[Sussex.]Arundel castle, with the honour, held for ¼ of a barony, and the following fees were held of it, viz.—3 fees by Franco de Boun, doing suit at Arundel court, and guarding the castle in time of war for 40 days at his own charges.
22 fees held by Henry de Percy by the same service.
[Sussex.]Extent (undated).
Westden manor (extent given), including a windmill called Chussehar', whereof the said John's mother has a third part in dower.
Sengelton manor (extent given), including the pasture of Dunlee and Westholt, 4s. 2d. service of 'foresposmen,' and the advowson of the vicarage.
Cherleton manor (extent given), including 2s. custom of a 'foresposman,' and the pleas, perquisities, and pannage of the forest of Esteden.
Cycestre. 2 chantries of 2 chaplains pertaining to Arundel.
Northstoke manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church.
Palingham manor (extent given).
[Sussex.]Extent (undated and defective).
Swaneburne mills in Arundel, from which the prior of the monks of Arundel receives yearly 15 quarters corn and 15 quarters barley, the (chaplain of ?) Eastry 10 quarters corn and 10 quarters barley, the leprous women of Arundel 9l. 8d., and the residue is now held by Master Geoffrey de Hohot for life by the charter of the said John son of Alan. Richard de Mandeville and Maud his wife hold ⅓ of the mills as dower of the said Maud.
[Salop.]Extent, The morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist 56 Hen. III. (defaced).
Oswaldestre, which is called Blancmostre, castle and town (extent given with names of tenants), with its members:—
Weston (extent given).
Middleton (extent given).
Cotun (extent given).
Mersburi and Trevelech (extent given).
Tibetone, Trevelpolvel (?) and Blodowauham, rents from free tenants, &c.
Clanordaf. Similar rents.
Gruchet. Similar rents.
Bren. Similar rents.
Bloduorvaur (?) Similar rents.
Swyne and Kaercolion. Similar rents.
Suftone (?) and Randioners. Similar rents.
Dodelestone. Similar rents.
Westone and Iftone. Similar rents.
Wigtone (?) and Brongarth. Similar rents.
Trevelen (?) Similar rents.
Fenches. Similar rents.
Travorclauch. Similar rents.
Knights' fees:—
Somford and Osselton. ½ fee (?) held by Adam de Mongomery.
Aston, Wodeton, Twyford, Hideslond (?), and Bromehurst. 1 fee held, by Hamo le Botiller and others.
[ (fn. 1) Mor]don. ¼ fee held by John Coyne (?)
Allespathe in co. Warwick (?)
Frisell in co. Leicester (?)
[*Heggesworth, Waketon, Emoretone, Tewe, Ruyton, Middell, Rossale, Jagedon, Henton, Chetwinde, Eton, Birewike, Knock, Knitteley, Stanewey, Wolvrestone, Wetenestone, Hetly manor, Thonglond, Dodinton, Eston Boterell, Hales, Rideward.]
[Salop.]Extent, Monday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III.
Serewardin (extent given).
Nesse (extent given).
Manford (extent given).
Fortone (?) (extent given).
[Salop.]Extent, Tuesday after Trinity, 56 Hen. III.
Cloun alias Clune Castle and borough (extent given).
Pusselowe hundred held of the king in chief to fee farm for 20s. yearly.
Knights' fees:—
Hopton, Scheldreton, Bradeford, Coston, Tattel' and Haggele, held of Welshry by Sir W. de Hopton in chief of the said castle by service of 2 knights' fees, and suit every three weeks.
Gaie, Bedestone and Beckele, held by Walter de Gaye by service of 1 knight's fee, and suit as above.
Sibetone, moieties of Witstonstowe and Brome, Clunburi, Streford, La Merse and Brompton, held by Roger de Sibeton by service of 1 knight's fee.
Egeton, Wlfreton and Bruseloue. Moieties held by Philip de Egetone by service of ½ knight's fee, and suit as above; and the other moieties similarly held by John de Egetone.
Clungonvert, Abbacote and Ruton, held by Roger Haberden by service of (1 ?) knight's fee, and suit as above.
Longefeude, held by Roger Waldin by service of 1 knight's fee, and suit as above.
A moiety of Bukenhulle, Over Pusseloue, a moiety of Brome, ½ virgate in Acton, and the town of La Munede, held by Walter de Bukenhulle and others by service of 1 knight's fee, and suit at the hundred (court) as above.
Brompton and Weston, held by Sir Brian de Brompton by service of ½ knight's fee, and two appearances yearly at the said hundred (court).
Cauton, held by the prior of Brampton in alms.
Dune juxta Clune, held by Giles de Berkele by service of ½ knight's fee, and suit every three weeks at the said hundred (court.)
Westone, held by Philip Schelaker by service of ½ knight's fee, and suit as above.
Clunburi, held by the heir of John le Engleys by service of 1 knight's fee, and suit as above.
The aforesaid tenants, excepting Sir Brian de Brompton, owe in time of war guard at the castle of Clun for 40 days yearly with one man with corslet and horse for a whole fee, and the said guard is worth 6l. 15s. yearly in time of war, but an esquire shall take 4½d. daily.
Wentenouere, held by Sir Thomas Corbet, doing suit at the hundred (court) for all.
Kilnerton, held by the abbot of Buldiwas, doing the like suit.
Stutte, held by the abbot of Haweman, doing the like suit.
Chet and Eton. Moieties, held by the abbot of Wigemore, doing the like suit.
Roderhope, held by the prior of Roderhope for the same.
Lidun, held by William, son of Walter de Neuton, doing suit.
La More, held by the heir of Roger de la More, doing suit at the hundred (court).
Eton and Schelton. Moieties, held by Reginald le Botereus, doing the like suit.
Clumpton (extent given).
Kempiton (extent given).
Aston (extent given).
Hope (extent given), with the advowson of the church.
Westhope (extent given), including pannage in the long forest called Lurwode, and a watermill.
Dune (extent given).
Actone (extent given).
Also the towns of:—
Obbele, Percheroderi, Obbendrif, Obaris, Larcwenhope, Eyliston under Portloge and Munetone, which remain to be extended because the tenants were unwilling to come before the escheator; they are beneath Portloke.
Towns ... which are in the hands of the prince, viz.—
Spoot, Kevengalonkok, Rouganton (?), Treuntprouere (?), .. luf., ... bore, Hicheke, Ulle (?), Edenhope; these towns are above Portloke and in the hands of the prince with Portloke forest.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (5.)
813.William de Sey.
Writ, 12 Feb. 56 Hen. III.
William de Say, his son, age variously stated as 18 on the feast of St. Edmund the King last, and 19 on the same feast, is his heir.
Norfolk.Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Peter ad Cathedram, 56 Hen. III.
Strattun (manor) (extent given), including a tenement at Thaverham held by Sir John de Estru by service of one lance of fir (haste de sap), held of the earl of Gloucester by service of ¼ knight's fee and one lance of fir.
Kent.Exent, Wednesday the eve of St. Matthias, 56 Hen. III.
Burgham manor (extent given), held of the king by barony, service unknown, but he ought to maintain part of the bridge of Rochester, and a certain house in the castle of Dover. The prior of the hospital of Jerusalem is the true patron of the church.
Kent.Exent, The morrow of St. Matthias, 56 Hen. III.
Codham manor (extent given), including pasture in the wood of Bokehurst and the parks of Codham and Betred, rents in Bertred, and two knights' fees held by Sir Henry de Apelderefeld, whose heir shall give 10l. for relief, and ½ knight's fee held by Sir Nicholas Peissun, whose heir shall give 50s. for relief, held of the king by barony. Sir William de Sey was the true patron of the church, and Laurence de Dunewic is rector.
[Kent.]Inq. (undated.)
Westgernewich manor (extent given), including 173a. in Uppelond outside the marsh, held of the king by barony, service unknown.
Kent.Exent, The day of St. Matthias, 56 Hen. III.
Berling alias Berlinges manor (extent given), including a cart, 2 wheels, 8 ploughshares, &c. from the men of Wald', held of the king as baron. The prior and convent of Bermund[sey] have the church to their own uses.
Sussex.Inq. Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 56 Hen. III.
Strete manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. Sir William was the true patron of the church, and John de Sebriteswrth is rector.
[Hertford.]Exent, Saturday after St. Matthias (?) 56 [Hen. III.].
Sabritteswrth manor (extent given of the part which was of William de Say), tenure unspecified.
Cambridge.Inq. Tuesday after St. Matthias, 56 [Hen. III.].
Lintone manor (extent given), including 2 water-mills, held of the earl of Her[e]ford by service of 1 knight.
Sussex.Inq. Sunday before St. Peter ad Cathedram, 56 Hen. III.
Hammes manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 2s. rent from two free tenants at Lewes, a fishery of eels, and a fish-pond, tenure unspecified. Sir William was the true patron of the church, and Roger Harding is rector.
Middlesex.Exent, The day of St. Peter in Cathedra, 56 Hen. III.
Edelmeton manor (full extent given), including housbote, heybote, ferbote and common of pasture in the park of Enefeud, and 57s. 11d. rent of 'smalmolmen,' held of the king in chief by knight's service. The age of the heir is unknown to the jury, but he was in his mother's womb at the hour when the king went into Gascony.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (6.)
814.John de Churchull.
Writ of extent and appraisement to the sheriff of Worcester, as well of the moiety of lands of the said John, of the fee of William le Poer in Churchull and Puplinton, which Maud late the wife of the said John had of the king's gift, as of the moiety which she had of the gift of Hamo L'Estrange (Extranei), to whom Thomas Boterel granted it, after the king had given it to him until the lawful age of the said John's heir, according to the 'dictum' of Kenileworth, 20 Oct. 56 Hen. III. Extent (undated).
Worcester.Pupplinton. A messuage and garden, 2s. 1d. rent of assize, 14d. services of customary tenants, 32½a. land, and a piece of meadow.
Churchull. Extent of these lands was not made because the bailiff of the bishop of Worcester did not cause any jurymen to come to make it.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (7.)
815.William de Arderne, sometime officer of the (king's) saucery (salsarius).
Writ of escheat to the sheriff of Devon, 7 Nov. 56 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Devon.Chulaworth is the king's escheat by the death of Robert de Sancto Denisio, and William de Arderne who held it before (for life by the king's gift), is dead, and the king can give it to whomsoever he will.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (8).
816.Richard Martel.
Writ of plenius certiorari to Master Roger de Glouc[estre], justice assigned for hearing pleas of lands, given by reason of the disturbance in the realm, in co. Gloucester, on the petition of John de la Penne, guardian of the said Richard's lands in Stowell, the heir being under age, 2 Nov. Inq. Monday after Epiphany, 56 Hen. III.
Gloucester.Stowelle manor. The said Richard satisfied Henry Haketh, to whom the king gave those lands according to the form of the 'dictum' of Kenillworth, for the redemption of the said manor for 40s., and (it was) so much the less because he asserted that the manor was held of the earl of Leicester in chief, but afterwards it was found to be held of William de Hasting'.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (9.)
817.Richard le Usser.
Writ de escaeta to the mayor and bailiffs of Winchester, 8 Jan. 56 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Southampton.Winchester. The houses in Calpestreet, which were of the said Richard, are not the king's escheat through his death, for their site was jointly bought by the said Richard, who died without heir of his body, and Edelina de Cruce his wife, who afterwards took another husband, by whom she had a son named Andrew, who holds them as heir of his mother.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (10.)
818.Philip Basset.
Writ of ad plenum certiorari, on the complaint of Richard de Tany that the escheator hinders him from peaceful seisin of the manor of Stanbreg', 4 Nov. Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III.
Essex.Stanbreg' manor was demised by Richard de Tany the elder to the said Philip for a term of ten years, and not for life or in fee; the term commenced at the feast of St. Michael, 39 Hen. III., and is now past.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (11.)
819.Master Gerard, warden of the works of the castle of Winchester.
Writ de escaeta to the mayor and bailiffs of Winchester, 28 Dec. 56 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Southampton.Winchester. A messuage which was of the said Gerard is not the king's escheat through his death, for the king gave it to the said Gerard and his heirs, and he had a son named William, who after his father's death was in peaceful seisin thereof until he sold it to Simon the draper, who now holds it.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (12.)
820.Walter de Lyndesay.
Writ (missing). Inq. Thursday after Epiphany, 56 Hen. III.
He died on the day of the Commemoration of All Souls last: William his son, aged 21 at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last, is his heir, and 5 years ago at Whitsunday last contracted marriage with Ada daughter of John de Balliolo, with his father's consent.
Westmorland.A moiety of the lands, &c. which were of William de Lonecastre his uncle, one of whose heirs he was, excepting the dower of Agnes sometime the wife of the said William, held of the king in chief, viz.—
Kirkeby Kendal. A moiety of the town, with a moiety of the mills of Kirkeby Kendal, Rispeton and Appletwayt, and fisheries in the water of Kent (extent given), out of which 10 marks yearly ought to be rendered to the hermit brethren of the isle of St. Mary, Wynandermer, for ever, by the charter of the said Walter, and 50s. to Patrick de Man by the charter of William de Lonecastre.
Stirkelond. A mansion, 160a. arable, and a mill.
Helsington. 20a. arable, and 21a. meadow, in demesne.
Brathelaf and Hellesfel. 15a. lying waste, and under Hellesfel 4a. arable.
A lake called Wynandermer, containing an island with a mansion.
Appeltwayt hamlet (extent given).
Trutebeck forest, with a park, a certain dalehead, 3a. meadow, and pannage.
Bolteston hamlet. 24a. arable in demesne.
Hoton Roffeby (?) in the Hay of Kirkeby Kendal, with its part of the forest of the same Hay, and a moiety of the mill, pannage, &c.
Casterton in Lonesdal (extent given) including a pool upon Lone.
All held of the king in chief by service of ½ and ¼ knight's fee, excepting a moiety of the lands, &c. of Casterton which he held of Sir Peter de Bruis by service of 12d. yearly.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (13.)
821.Walter de Luveraz alias Loveraz.
Writ, 14 Aug. 56 Hen. III. Inq. Friday after St. Bartholomew.
John, son of the said Walter Loveraz, aged 23, is his heir.
Southampton.A bailwick in the forest of La Boukholte, held of the king in chief, rendering 20s. yearly.
Westtuderle. 1 carucate land held of Oliver de Yngeham by royal service, viz.—scutage to be rendered to his lord.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (14.)
822.Herbert Pecche.
Writ, 7 Sept. 56 Hen. III.
Bartholomew his son, age variously stated as 16 and 17, is his heir.
Mandate, &c. to the sub-escheator in the parts of Kesteven and Holand, reciting the above writ.
Lincoln.Inq. Tuesday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 56 Hen. III.
Coleby manor in the wapentake of Boby (extent given), which his ancestors had of the king's gift, service unknown.
Lincoln.Inq. Thursday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 56 Hen. III.
Freston in the wapentake of Sckirebek. A manor (extent given) held, of the inheritance of Lady Lucy his wife, of Sir Henry de Loncjamb (?) by ½ knight's fee.
Fenne. A capital messuage, 56a. arable, 18a. meadow, 4a. pasture, 17s. rent of assize and a moiety of a mill, held of the honour of Richemond by 1/5 knight's fee.
Lincoln.Inq. Saturday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III.
Coleby manor in Kesteven, held as free socage of the honour of Richemund by homage and a sore sparrowhawk yearly.
Lincoln.Inq. Sunday before St. Clement, 57 Hen. III.
Freston in Hoyland. ½ knight's fee held, of the inheritance of Lucy his wife, in chief of Sir Henry de Longo Campo, doing foreign service; and 1a. of Martin (?) Buterwyk, rendering 1 rose.
Fenne. 6 bovates land held of Sir John de Britannia for homage and foreign service.
Lincoln.Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III.
Edelington manor in Lyndesey held of the abbot, &c. of Barthen' in frank almoin for 12s. 8d. yearly of the inheritance of Lucy sometime his wife.
Middlesex.Inq. (undated.)
Couele. 1 carucate land held of the abbot of Westminster by socage by service of 30s. yearly; 4a. land held of Bartholmew de Couele by service of 3s. 6d.; and 1a. meadow held of the earl of Lyncoln by service of 12d.
Tykeham. 100a. land held of Thomas le Blund by service of 2d.
Wilts.Inq. Wednesday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III.
Hertham. 1 hide land held of the fee of Sir Henry de Lacy, service unspecified.
[Berks.]Inq. Wednesday the feast of the Commemoration of All Souls, 56 Hen. III.
Lollindon manor, held of Robert de Sortecombe in chief in free socage by service of 1d. yearly.
Watecumbe manor held of the prior of Hurly in chief in free socage by service of 1d. yearly.
Marteleston. ½ hide land held of Richard Martel in free socage by service of 12s. yearly.
Southampton.Inq. Friday after the solemnization of All Saints, 57 Hen. III.
Schirberne Saint Johan. 1 hide land called Beaureper, held of the fee of John de Sancto Johanne by service of 1/5 knight's fee.
Basing. 1 hide land held in free socage of William de Chumham by service of 32s. yearly.
Elsefeld. 60a. land and wood held of the said William by foreign service.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (15.)
823.Henry Picot.
Writ, 7 Nov. Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III.
Nicholas his son, is his heir and of full age.
Hereford.Stanford Regis. 44a. arable and 3a. meadow held of the king in chief by service of conveying the king's treasure from Hereford castle to London at the king's cost, viz.— 12d. per day's journey, and when the bishop of Hereford is about to be impleaded, he ought to summon him at the gate of [Brom]yard.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (16.)
824.Nicholas de Bolteby.
Writ, 31 Oct. 57 Hen. III.
Adam his son, is his heir and of full age.
York.Inq. and Exent, The morrow of St. Andrew, 57 Hen. III.
1 knight's fee, whereof 10 carucates make a knight's fee (extent given) held by hauberk fee of Joan de Estetovile, viz.—
Ravensthorpe and Trilleby. 300a. land and 60a. meadow in demesne; a capital messuage, 10s. from cottars, and a water-mill, in Ravensthorpe; and 22 bovates land and 30s. 6d. from cottars, in Trilleby.
Bolteby. 32 bovates land, whereof 10a. make a bovate, 9s. 4d. from cottars, and a garden.
Kereby. 10s. yearly for herbage.
Northumberland.Inq. and Exent, Thursday after St. Clement, 57 Hen. III.
Langeley, Heyden, Allerwas and Fourstanes (extents given), held of the king in chief of the inheritance of Philippa his wife, daughter and heir of Adam de Tyndal, by service of 1 knight's fee.
Adam their son is heir of the said Nicholas and Philippa.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (17.)
825.Thomas de Solar[Iis] alias de Solers.
Mandate, &c. to the subescheator in co. Hereford, reciting writ de escaeta, dated 4 Nov. Inq. Sunday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III. (defective).
Hereford.Worldende alias le Wordleshende. ½ messuage and 2 carucates land, excepting ½ virgate land which he held of Nicholas le Archer with ½ messuage, (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of part of a barony as his ancestors held it. It is [not ?] escheat, and was held by hereditary right and not for life. The said Thomas gave it to Lady Maud de Ebroycis.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (18.)
826.Edmund Pipard.
Writ (missing).
Thomas Pypard, his brother, aged 23 on the morrow of St. Boniface, 56 Hen. III., is his heir.
Devon.Inq. (undated.)
Bovi manor, held of the heirs of Sir William de Cantulupo, by knight's service.
Langedune and Lauerkebeare, held of the heirs of Hamelin de Boybeye, by knight's service.
Churletune, held of Sir Thomas Corbet by knight's service.
Suffolk.Inq. The morrow of SS. Simon and Jude, 57 Hen. III.
Hintlisham manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of one sparrowhawk (nisi) and knight's service, so that the king has always had the wardship of the heir, but the jury know not whether it owes foreign service to the king.
C. Hen. III. File 42. (19.)
827.Thomas de Erdinton.
Schedule of lands which he had whilst he lived (undated and defaced).
Salop.Ford, Croctun, (and) Tonedour (?), which he had of the king's demesne of the bail of King John in exchange for Mungumery.
Salop.Welintun (and) Shaghburi, which he had of the gift of King John by his charter, as of escheat.
Stafford.Acle, which he had of the gift of Hervey Baggot.
Wiginton, which he had of the bail of King John as of Normans' land, which was of Matthew de Gamasches.
Smethewic (and) Horeburn, which he had of the gift of Falk de Breaute by charter.
Warwick.Erdinton, which was of his own inheritance.
Dorset.Corfmulin, which he had of the gift of Hubert de Burgo, the justiciary, by his charter.
Sussex.Stokes, which he had of the gift of William son of Alan.
Chester.Troghford, which he had of the gift of ...
Essex.Burgsted, which he had of the gift of William (earl) Marshal (W. Mar').
Norfolk.Meleham, which was the dower of Mary his daughter of the land which was of William son of Alan sometime her husband.
Salop.Acton and Cunet', which was the dower of the same Mary, as above.
Oxford.Caldenorton, which was the dower of the same Mary, as above.
Stanton, which he had of the gift of King John, with the wardship of the land [and heir ?] of Henry de la Wade (?).
Essex.Beaumunt, which he had of the dower of Roesia his wife, of the land which was of ... Cocfeld.
Suffolk.Rughham, which he had of the same dower.
Warwick.Dudintun, which he had of the marriage of the same Roesia.
Northampton.Pateshull, which he had of the same marriage. (See Rot. Pat. 2 Hen. III. m. 2.)
C. Hen. III. File 42. (20.)

Footnotes

1 So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.