Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 4

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 4', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 31-43. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108076 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 4

41.Alice, late the wife of Thomas de Crofton.
Writ, 23 Oct. 1 Edw. I.
Cumberland.Inq. Friday after St. Martin in the Winter, 1 Edw. I.
Bochardby. 43a. land held of the said heirs in dower by service of 12 ½d.cornage.
The heirs of Ralph de Bochardby are the next heirs, and of full age.
(See Nos. 103, 164 and 240.)
C. Edw. I. File 4. (1.)
42.William Belet.
Writ, to enquire whether the said William sometime enfeoffed Henry de Novo Burgo of the manor of Swere, with the homage and services of John de Turri and his heirs tenants of the manor of Berewik, which is a member of the manor of Swere, as is said, so that John de la Lynde died seised thereof, as Walter his son and heir says. 20 May, 1 Edw. I.
Dorset.Inq. Tuesday in Whitsun week, 1 Edw. I.
Swere. The said William sometime enfeoffed Henry de Novo Burgo and his heirs &c. of the said manor, but neither he nor William de Monte Acuto, Geoffrey de Nevill and Helewysa his wife, nor John de la Lynde, tenants of the manor of Swere, had seisin of the homage and service of John de Turry, by successive assignment. The said William died seised thereof, but never yet has the said John de Turry done homage or service to his heir or to any one else. The said William held all his lands of the king in chief by barony, but sold them in parcels, so that nothing remained but this homage &c. of John de Turry lately deceased, whose heir is in the king's wardship. (See No. 1.)
C. Edw. I. File 4. (2.)
43.John son of Hugh de Vyvon[ia].
Wilts.Proof of age, 9 July, 1 Edw. I.
Henry Crok, knight, says the said John was born at Sellyng in co. Kent, of Petronilla de Vyvonia on Whitsunday 36 Henry III, and added that he knew this because Hugh de Vyvonia the said John's father was killed in Wales about the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary fifteen years ago, and then the said John was 6 years old, which he knew because he was of the household (familiaris) of Walter de Dunstanvill a neighbour of the said Hugh and was often at West Kington co. Wilts, where he often heard the said John's age recited; he also has a son named Roger who was born about the same feast.
Robert de Cerne agrees, and added that he knew it by the relation of Petronilla mother of the said John, and of Joan his nurse who seven years ago was in his service.
Henry Herberti agrees, and says that on Wednesday in the week of the said feast he was in his house at Dodeston near the said Hugh's manor of Kyngton when report came that the said Petronilla had borne the said John, and he has a son named William who was born on the same day.
Nicholas Lucas agrees, and says he knew it because he married his wife on All Souls day previous, and often in that year spent the night in the house of his friend Adam Ive at Kington in going to and from Bristol, and often heard tell of the age of the said John.
William Bayllemunt agrees, adding that he knew it because Richard his brother was born three days before the said feast, and friends of his were killed with the said Hugh.
Reginald Burel agrees, and he knew it because Reginald his brother, a monk of Stanle, was born on the day of the Holy Trinity following.
Richard de Shefton agrees, and he knew it because he was with Henry de Aulton then steward of William le Fort, brother of the said Hugh, at Wodemeresthorn, co. Surrey on Tuesday in that week of Whitsuntide when the news came; and his own mother died at the feast of St. John the Baptist following.
James de Crundewell agrees, adding that he knew it by the relation of trustworthy men at West Kington shortly after the said Whitsunday, and he had a son named James who was born 8 days before.
Simon de Mordon agrees but does not recollect as to the day; he was with William de Calne the subescheator of Wilts fifteen years ago when, immediately after the death of the said Hugh, he seized the manor of West Kington into the king's hand, and it was found by inquisition that the said John, whom he saw with his mother, was 6 years old.
John de Bluntesdon agrees, and says that he knew it because his sister Nazarena was married on All Souls day previous in the same year at Tuderinton near West Kyngton, where the aforesaid John was brought up.
Roger de Bury agrees, and says he knows it by the relation of trustworthy men of Yatton and Kyngton, and added that he was attending the business of Patrick de Cadurcio on the day that the said Hugh was killed, and learned that the said John was 6 years old.
William Whytsand agrees, and says he knows it by the relation of his mother then living near West Kington, and that his brother Richard was born 15 days before the said feast.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (3.)
44.Avelina the wife of Edmund the King's brother, daughter and heir of William sometime earl of Albemarle.
Commencement of a writ to the escheator _ Edw. I.
Proof of age (undated).
Ralph de Bray, knight, says that the said Avelina was 14 on the day of SS. Fabian and Sebastian last, and he knows it because she was in his keeping (custodia) when he was warden of the castle of Scarbrok, and was then 5 or 6, and 9 years have elapsed since he restored that castle to the said countess his lady.
Geoffrey de Fanencurt says the same, for his lady, Amice countess of Devon, grandmother of the said Avelina, related it to him.
The prior of Thueyt says the same, for the said earl was patron of that house, and in his register of Martyrs was written the nativity of the said Avelina and of other children of the earl, and she was brought up in that house.
William de Kyleby, canon of the same priory, agrees with the prior.
John de Meaus says the same, for he lived (stetit) with the earl, and last Whitsunday twelve years were completed since he died, and the said Avelina was 1 ½ year of age.
Stephen de Ostewik and Stephen de Hedon agree with the said John.
John de Camberton agrees, and added that he is dwelling (manens) near the manor of Brustewik where she was born, and recollects her birth.
John de Berkhou agrees, and added that he was the said earl's chamberlain, and well recollects her birth.
Henry de Osenton agrees, for he was in the earl's service at Osenton, and well recollects.
John de Fitling agrees with John de Meaus, for a daughter of Adam de Sancto Martino, knight, his neighbour, was born three weeks before.
Simon de Lund agrees, for he was then dwelling (manens) near the manor of Brustewik.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (4.)
45.Lady Aline de Ba alias de Batonia, de Bathonia.
Writ (missing).
Berks.Inq. ... after St. Lawrence (defective).
Lamburn manor. A capital messuage, land &c. (extent given), held of the king in chief in socage, paying 40s. yearly at the king's exchequer.
Bokhamtone. 1 virgate land, held of the king in chief in socage, paying 20d. at the king's exchequer.
Lamburn. A capital messuage, garden &c., held of William de la Sale; 6 carucates land purchased of divers men; woods of the fee of Ralph Barry, and of the abbot of Glastingburi; pasture of divers fees worth 5l.; a windmill; 4l. 4s. 5d. rent of assize of freemen; land put to farm called Blaggrave; 6l. in villenage; 6l. 7s. 2d. rent of assize of customers &c.; 34s. 8d. rent from Edwynstone; 20a. meadow at Edwynstone; 2a. meadow at Ledicombe; and 4a. meadow at Wulfrichestone.
63s. rent ought to be paid to divers lords in socage.
Sir John de Batonia, son of Henry de Ba and the said Aline, aged 24 and more, is her next heir.
London.Inq. (undated).
Red Cross (Rubeam Crucem) without Crepelgate. A messuage and garden held of the prebend of Fynesbyri, rendering 12d. yearly, 4s. from 2 stables, 12s. from the great garden, and 4s. from the little garden towards the east, and suit of court, and he owed 12s. yearly, and 4d. at Halywell from the great garden.
Heir as above, aged 36 and more.
Middlesex.Inq. Saturday the morrow of St. Lawrence, 2 Edw. I.
Stibbeneie alias Stebenuthe without London. A messuage and 27a. land held of the bishop of London, rendering 42d. yearly with suit of court; a messuage and 2a. held of the heirs of Sir Philip Basset rendering 12d. yearly; 3a. held of Ralph Huscarn rendering 6s. yearly; and 2s. 6d. rent of assize.
Heir as above, aged 30 and more.
Oxford.Inq. Wednesday before St. Lawrence, 2 Edw. I.
Glimpton. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Mouon in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
Heir as above, aged 22 ½ and more.
Hertford.Inq. Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 2 Edw. I.
Brokesburn. A messuage, 120a. arable, 3 ½a. meadow, 10a. pasture, a fishpond, 8a. wood, and 19s. 4d. rent of assize, doing to the earl of Hereford scutage for ¼ knight's fee, to the count of Brittany 20d. yearly, and to other lords other small services.
Heir as above, aged 40 and more.
Norfolk.Inq. The eve of the Assumption, 2 Edw. I.
Rydeleswrth. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, including a water-mill at Berton worth 20s. held of the prior of Royston for 1lb. wax, held of the heirs of Peter de Yeldingg rendering 6s. when scutage is at 40s., excepting 40a. land held of the prior of Theforth by service of 10s. yearly; and the manor renders 12d. yearly to the hundred (court) of Gyldecross for suit.
Heir as above, aged 40 and more.
Sussex.Inq. and extent, Friday after the Assumption, 2 Edw. I.
Boneshersse. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Britannia by old socage, doing suit of court at Bivelehame, and rendering 18 ¾d. for the guard of the castle of Hastings, and 8d. for sheriffs aid.
Warbelton parish. 75a. arable in demesne, 25a. pasture and 5s. rent of assize, held of the lord of Warbelton in chief for ½ knight's fee, rendering 5s. 3d. for the guard of the said castle, and 3 ½d. for sheriff's aid.
Heir as above, aged 30 and more.
[Lincoln.]Extent, Monday before the Assumption, 2 Edw. I.
Benigton. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Britania, earl of Richmund, by service of 17s. yearly.
Boston. 2 houses worth 4 marks yearly, and 20s. rent.
Wrangel. 17 quarters of salt yearly rent, price 12d. per quarter.
Holbehec. 55 acres, held of the abbot of Suynheved and William le Blunt by service of 5s. 6d. yearly.
Heir as above, of full age.
(See No. 57.)
C. Edw. I. File 4. (5.)
46.Alan le Ostrizer alias le Ostricer, Ostriciarius.
Writ, 7 Feb. 2 Edw. I.
Cambridge.Inq. Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, 2 Edw. I.
Botekesham and Swafham. 10s. rent held of the free marriage of Clarice his mother.
Swafham. A messuage and 20a. land, held of many lords in socage, by free service of 10s. 5 ½d. yearly.
Age of the heir unknown, because he was born in co. Huntingdon, and there dwells.
Huntingdon.Inq. Saturday before Ash Wednesday, 2 Edw. I.
St. Ives. A messuage and 1 carucate land, held of the king in chief by service of keeping a goshawk; and a meadow worth ½ mark, held of the abbot of Ramese by service of ½ mark.
Simon his son, aged 8, is his next heir, and is delivered to the prior of St. Ives to keep to the king's use.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (6.)
47.Reginald de Botereus alias le Botereues, de Botriaus.
Writ, 4 Feb. 2 Edw. I.
Warwick.Inq. Saturday after St. Valentine, 2 Edw. I.
Alincestre. A moiety sometime held of the king in chief by serjeanty of finding in the king's army a moiety of a serjeant for forty days, excepting the advowson of the church; but seven years before his death he enfeoffed his son William of the same.
William his son is his next heir, and of full age.
[Salop.]Inq. Wednesday after St. Matthew, 2 Edw. I.
Longedon. The manor sometime held of the king in chief as a moiety of 1 knight's fee by serjeanty of (finding) two serjeants, one with a lance and the other with arrows, in time of war when the king shall be in Wales, for forty days at his own cost; but on the day of St. Peter ad Vincula, 1 Edw. I. before his death, he enfeoffed his son William thereof.
Heir as above.
Devon.Inq. and extent, Saturday after St. Peter in cathedra, 2 Edw. I.
Mollond. The manor (extent given), including the three woods of Nymet, Pychelond and Wyrverigge(?), containing 60 acres, held of Sir Roger de Mortuomari for 1 knight's fee.
Sir William his son, aged 31 and more, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (7.)
48.Geoffrey de Langle alias de Langeleye.
Writ, 22 Sept. 2 Edw. I.
Warwick.Inq. Saturday the octave of St. Michael.
Melecote. The manor with Little Dersinton in the hundred of Barlichwey, held of the king in chief by service of one sore sparrow hawk.
(Sir) Walter his son, is his next heir and of full age.
Warwick.Inq. Friday after St. Denis, 2 Edw. I.
Pinele in the hundred of Knittelawe. The manor held of the earl of Hereford by service of 1/10; knight's fee.
Herdeberwe. Land worth 10l. yearly, held of Asculph Musard by service of 1d.
Stivechale. 1 carucate land held of William de Luci by service of 2s.
A mill called Hethmulne, held of Margery de Nerburne by service of 1d.
8d. yearly, held of Henry Daubeny by service of 2d.
Stifford. The mill, held of Walter de Eyvile by service of a rose.
Covintre and the neighbourhood. Many tenements worth 67s. 10d. yearly, held of many lords by small services worth 2s.
Heir as above.
Warwick.Inq. Sunday after the octave of St. Michael, 2 Edw. I.
Atheriston in the hundred of Kynton. The manor, held of the king in chief by service of one pair of gilt spurs yearly.
Heir as above.
Gloucester.Inq. the day of St. Luke the Evangelist, 2 Edw. I.
Suthinton Lang'. The manor (extent given) held of the fee of Sir Walter de Lassci by knight's service; and 1 carucate land held of the fee of Ralph Musard, which he had of the sale of the heir of Hascolph Musard by service of 1/8 knight's fee, and there are 4a. meadow, a mill, and 15s. rent.
Heir as above, aged 30 and more.
Gloucester.Inq. Sunday after St. Luke, 2 Edw. I.
Weston Mauduyt. The manor (extent given) held of William de Bello Campo by service of ½ knight's fee.
Heir as above, aged 30 and more.
Northampton.Extent, The morrow of St. Luke, 2 Edw. I.
Hirtlingburi. 3 virgates land, 4a. meadow, and rents (with names of tenants), the whole held of the abbot of Peterborough (Burgi) doing to him foreign service.
Heir as above, aged 40 and more.
Writ, to enquire concerning lands held by the said Geoffrey conjointly with Maud his wife. 24 Sept. 2 Edw. II.
Oxford.Inq. The day of All Souls, 2 Edw. 1.
Bristewell. 2 virgates land held of Thomas de Parco by service of 4s. when scutage runs, and ½ virgate land held of the abbot &c. of Dorkecestre by service of 1 ½d., of the inheritance of Maud sometime his wife; 6 acres land held by his own purchase of Richard Petit, to him and Maud his wife and their heirs, by service of 1d. and 1 rose; and a mill similarly held of John de Langenhull by service of 4s. 1d. yearly.
Chaugrave. 1 virgate land similarly held of Oliver son of Peter de Hasel' by service of 2d.
Heydon. 2 virgates land held of Henry le Bruton and his heirs by service of 1 rose, and 27s. to Sir Adam Dispensator.
Robert de Langele their son, aged 25, is their next heir.
Gloucester.Inq. The day of St. Luke, 2 Edw. I.
Cesterton. 1 carucate and 4 virgates land (extent given), held jointly (as above) of J. de Monemue by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Gloucester.Inq. Wednesday before SS. Simon and Jude, 2 Edw. 1.
Turkeden. 4 virgates land in demesne, 3 virgates held by customary tenants, and 2 cottars, held of Robert de ... by service of a rose, in free marriage with Maud his wife.
Heir as above.
Warwick.Inq. Friday after St. Denis, 2 Edw. 1.
Staverton in the hundred of Knittelawe. The manor held jointly (as above) of the earl of Penbroc by service of 1d., and by service of a sore sparrow hawk to the king by the hand of Rees (Resy) de Ardern.
Coventre and parts near. Lands and messuages similarly held of Henry Daubeny by service of ½d., and by service of 56s. yearly to the prior of Coventre; and many small parcels of land and messuages, worth 54s. 6d. yearly, held of many lords by small services worth 6d. yearly.
Master Robert de Langeleya, is their next heir, and of full age.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (8.)
49.William de Brandeston alias Braunteston.
Writ, 25 Feb., 2 Edw. I.
[Northampton.]Inq. (undated).
Selveston. A messuage, croft, 3 virgates land, and 6 cottages, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping the king's wines (vina) at Selveston; an assart, rendering 4s. 9d. to the king's farm at Selviston; and an assart held of the (heirs of William le Mareschal) lord of Norton, rendering 10d. yearly.
Blacolvesle. 1 virgate land held of William de Braddene rendering 18d. yearly; and a messuage and 1 ½ virgate land held of the prior of the hospital of Jerusalem rendering 18d. yearly.
John de Braunteston, his brother, aged 60, is his next heir.
[Northampton.]Inq. (undated).
Braunteston in the hundred of Falewesle. A messuage, 1 ½ virgate land, a water mill, 5s. rent and 4 cottages, held of the abbot of Lilleshull and his partners rendering 5s.
Bermby field. 3 cultures of land, worth 2s. yearly, held of Adam de Leyre, rendering 3d. yearly.
Heir as above.
[Northampton.]Inq. (undated).
Braunteston. A messuage, &c. (as in the previous Inquisition).
Lychebarwe. 2 virgates land, held on the day on which he fell sick of the illness of which he died, but on the day of All Saints 1 Edw. I. he alienated the same to John abbot of Staverton, and lived until the feast of St. Andrew following, and thus did not die seised thereof.
[Northampton.]Inq. (undated).
Selviston. A messuage, assarts, &c. (as in the first Inquisition), with names of tenants; also 2 virgates land (extent given with names of tenants) held on the day he fell sick, of the prior of Luffeud, rendering 6s. 1d. yearly, which-land and rent he rendered to the said prior on the day of All Saints, and lived until the feast of St. Andrew following.
Blacolvesle. A messuage and 3 virgates land held of the prior of the hospital of Jerusalem and William de Bradden (as in the first Inquisition).
Writ [of certiorari], on the complaint of the prior &c. of Loffeld, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand 2 virgates land in Silveston which the said William had quit claimed to them, 3 July, 2 Edw. I.
Northampton.Inq. Saturday before St. Mary Magdalen, 2 Edw. I.
Selviston. 2 virgates land were held by the said William of the fee of the said prior &c. for homage and service of 6s. 1d. yearly and suit of court, and on the day of All Saints, 1 Edw. I. he quit claimed the same to the said prior &c., and died on the eve of St. Andrew following, and was not seised thereof on the day he died.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (9.)
50.Philip de Aumartyn alias Daumartyn.
Writ, 18 April, 2 Edw. 1.
[Essex.]Inq. Saturday after the octave of St. John the Baptist, 2 Edw. I.
Belchamp Abbots. A messuage, garden, and 120a. arable, held of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne, doing (service of) ¼ knight's fee, and suit at the court of Wytham, and twice yearly at the court of St. Martin; but he alienated the same to divers tenants before he died, excepting one little homestead (hamestallum) containing ½ acre.
John his son, is his next heir and of full age.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (10.)
51.Hawis de London.
Writ, 23 Sept. 2 Edw. I.
Wilts.Extent, Friday after St. Michael, 2 Edw. I.
Hanedon. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of ½ fee.
Inglesham. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping a goshawk.
Sir Payn de Cadurciis her son, is her next heir and of full age.
Berks.Extent, The day of St. Michael in Monte Tumba, 2 Edw. I.
Esegarston. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief by serjeanty as member of Kaddwelye, viz—with the garrison of Kaddweleye to lead the vanguard of the king's army whenever he shall go into West Wales with his army, and the rearguard in returning.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (11.)
52.John de la Tur,
Writ, 15 April, 2 Edw. I. Endorsed—'preceptum fuit ... subesch' in com' Dorset et ... in com' Cantebr'.'
Dorset.Inq. The eve of the Ascension, 2 Edw. I.
Berewyk manor. 1 hide land held of William Belet and his heirs, excepting ⅓ which Emma late the wife of Gregory de la Tur holds in dower, 2a. meadow, and ½ hide land.
Swere manor. 1 virgate land, and 2a. of meadow, held of Roger Belet and his heirs; 1 virgate land, held of Stephen de Bonevil and his heirs; and 5 virgates land, held of William de Bingeham and his heirs.
Stertel manor. 4 ½ virgates land, held of John Peverel and his heirs; ½ virgate, held of Richard de Capella and his heirs; 5a. arable and ½a. meadow, held of William Serich'; and 17s. 4d. rent of assize from the rector of the church and others (names given).
John his son, aged 2, is his next heir.
(See No. 134.)
C. Edw. I. File 4. (12.)
53.Peter de Melling' alias de Meulinggis, de Meling'.
Writ, referring to a former writ, the inquisition upon which had not been returned because insufficient, 28 April, 2 Edw. I.
[Leicester.]Inq. Friday the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 2 Edw. I.
[Norfolk.]Burston in Fuzfold, held of the king in chief.
[Leicester.]Dadelington, held of the fee of Henry de Hastinggis by service of the scutage pertaining to ¼ knight's fee, whereof Alice late the wife of the said Peter holds ⅓ by the king's command, and two parts remain in the king's hand.
Remie his brother, aged 21 and more, is his next heir.
Note that this Inquisition agrees not with the king's writ, because those concerned have not sued inquisitions for Norfolk and Suffolk, nor have they as yet reached the writer.
[Suffolk.]Inq. (undated).
Meling. The manor is held of the bishop of Norwich in chief by service of 1 knight's fee and 32d. yearly, and is charged with 8l. yearly rent at the king's exchequer for the manor of Burston, co. Norfolk, which Sir Peter de Meling, predecessor of the said Peter, held of the king in chief by grand serjeanty of selling the beasts taken for the king's debt in cos. Norfolk and Suffolk, and which manor he sold to Sir Robert de Bosco against the king's will. The aforesaid Peter enfeoffed Laurence de Melingg' of the manor of Meling to him and his heirs for ever, who held it for eight days and afterwards enfeoffed Alice late the wife of the said Peter, to her and her heirs for ever, rendering 1d. yearly to him and his heirs, and she was in seisin thereof until the subescheator in co. Suffolk by the king's command, took it into the king's hands.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (13.)
54.Adam de Fayntre.
Writ, 31 Jan., 2 Edw. I.
Salop.Extent, Thursday after St. Valentine, 2 Edw. I.
Fayntre (extent given with names of tenants), which ought to find a man in the king's army, if the king shall cross with armed band (manu) towards South Wales, until he has spent three arrows with his bow with one bolt? (trocleo?), and if he shall remain longer there the king ought to find him with his expenses.
Four daughters are his heirs and of full age; a fifth does not seek a share, for she is married and fully dowered of a moiety of her demesne and wood.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (14.)
55.Andrew Peverel.
Writ, 20 March, 2 Edw. I.
Sussex.Inq. and extent, The eve of the Annunciation, 2 Edw. I.
Blachinton alias Blechinton. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee; and 66a. arable held of John de Camoys rendering 5s. yearly.
Saperton in the parish of Hettfeld (extent given) held of William Aringod, rendering 5s. yearly.
Thomas, his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
Sussex.Inq. and extent, The morrow of the Annunciation, 2 Edw. I.
Sontingges. The manor (extent given), including 61a. at ... le Wyke, and 46a. 'super Hore', and in Cumbe and Lechepole, held of Sir William de Braus' by service of 4 knights' fees.
Hyuherst. The manor (extent given) including pasture in Okebregge, held of Sir William de Braus' in chief as member of Sontingges.
Sussex.Inq. and extent, Tuesday after the Annunciation, 2 Edw. I.
Houtton. The manor (extent given) held of Lady Lucy de Blamuster for ¼ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (15.)
56.Thomas son of Otto.
Writ, 23 March 2 Edw. I.
Essex.Inq. Wednesday after the Sunday when Quasimodo geniti is sung, 2 Edw. I.
Belchamp in the hundred of Hengford. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne by service of 1 knight's fee.
Otto his son, aged 10 at the feast of St. Michael, 2 Edw. I, is his heir.
Essex.Inq. Wednesday after the Sunday when Quasimodo geniti is sung, 2 Edw. I.
Gestingthorp in the hundred of Hengford. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, including a tenement at Gosfeud, held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 1 knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Huntingdon.Inq. Saturday the 1st of the Kalends of May, 2 Edw. I.
Hamerton. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John de Burgo of the barony of Launvaleye by service of a red sparrowhawk (niso).
Heir as above, aged 9 ½.
Gloucester.Inq. Tuesday before St. Alphege, 2 Edw. I.
Wodemonecote. 2 carucates land (extent given) held of Maurice de Berkeleye in chief by service of ½ knight's fee and ½ mark rent for amercements of bakers and brewers, which service is assigned to Lady Joan de Berkele in dower.
Heir as above, aged 9 ½.
Writ of plenius certiorari, on the complaint of Beatrice late the wife of the said Thomas, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand certain lands which are of her inheritance. 28 March, 2 Edw. I.
Bedford.Inq. Thursday in Easter week, 2 Edw. I.
Delewik manor.
Kerdinton.
Ronhall.
Bruham. 2 marks rent.
Buckingham.Lincelade. 10l. rent.
All held, of the inheritance of the said Beatrice, of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, and the said Thomas held nothing else in co. Bedford or Buckingham.
Worcester.Inq. Monday after the Close of Easter, 2 Edw. I.
Sceldesleye Beucamp. The manor (extent given) held of Sir William de Sancto Homero by service of ½ knight's fee, of the inheritance of Lady Beatrice late the wife of the said Thomas.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (16.)
57.Nicholas de Yatingden.
Writ, 1 Aug. 2 Edw. I.
Norfolk.Inq. The eve of St. Bartholomew, 2 Edw. 1.
Redenhale. The manor (extent given), including a rent called the guard of Rychemund, ¼ knight's fee held by Henry de Houton, and the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees. King Edward, in the time of King Henry his father, gave the manor to the said Nicholas and Aline de Batonia his wife and to the heirs of their bodies, with reversion to the heirs of the said Nicholas. After the death of the said Nicholas the said Aline held the manor until the feast of St. Margaret 2 Edw. I., when she died, and it ought to revert to Bartholomew his brother, because the said Nicholas had no child of the said Aline. The Earl Marshal takes 100s. yearly from the manor, through a fine made by Nicholas de Leynham with him that he might hold it in peace, and it owes 5s. yearly to the hundred of Eresham, and suit at the hundred (court).
He died within three weeks after St. Michael, 56 Hen. III.
Bartholomew de Yatingden his brother, aged 40 and more, is his next heir.
(See No. 45.)
C. Edw. I. File 4. (17.)
58.Robert de Hugheham alias de Hugham.
Writ, 16 April, 2 Edw. I.
Kent.Inq. (undated).
Wewringe. 40s. rent held of the King in chief by service of carriage when the king shall go with his army to Wales, with a horse, sack, and pin (?) (broch') for forty days at the king's cost.
Boctone near Meydenestane. ½ knight's fee (extent given) held of Sir William de Monte Caniso, rendering 9s. 6d. to his court, and 12s. for the guard of the castle of Rochester.
Hugham. 1 knight's fee (extent given) held of the barony of Chileham, rendering 10s. weekly for the guard of the castle of Dover, 6d. to the court of Kingestone, 20s. 4d. to the court of la Rivere, 5s. 10d. to the court of Cherltone, and 4s. 6d. in small parcels.
Robert his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir.
Sussex.Inq. and extent, Tuesday after St. Francis, 2 Edward I.
Dolleham. The manor (extent given) held of Sir John Mouuyn, William de Syuelle and William Kynet, and it owes 12d. yearly to Sir John, and 1lb. cummin yearly to the said William and William, and 21d. for the guard of the castle of Hastings; and the said William and William had all the issues of the manor until the full age of the heir: he is married, but by whom or by what warrant is unknown.
He died in Kent.
Heir as above, aged 23 and married.
Kent.Inq. (undated and defective).
Weuringe. On the feast of ... next, seventeen years ago, the said Robert died; from which time Sir Will ... ettlinge has taken 2 marks of the 40s. rent by the king's charter as he says, and the third mark Beatrice late the wife of the said Robert took until her death at Easter three years ago, since when the subescheator has taken it to the king's use.
Boctone near Meydenestane. From the death of the said Robert, the issues of the manor (extent given) were taken by Sir William de Monte Caniso, because held of him, for eleven years and then he demised them to farm for 20 marks to Sir Hamon de Gattone for four years, when Robert son and heir of the said Robert two years ago compounded with the said William to have ingress for 24 marks.
Hugham. Sir William de Wyltone, lord of Chileham, took all the issues of the manor (extent given) for a long time, and afterwards sold those issues with the marriage to Robert de Oye, who sold them to Henry sometime abbot of St. Radegund's, and he sold them to Christine de Godwinestone, now the wife of Robert the son and heir, warrant unknown.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (18.)
59.John de la Haye, alias de Haye.
Writ, 14 April, 2 Edw. I.
Sussex.Inq. and extent, Sunday before SS. Philip and James, 2 Edw. I.
Middelton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by homage only.
Wirlinton (extent given) pertaining to Middelton manor.
John his son, aged 20 at the Purification last, is his next heir.
Memorandum (by the escheator?). "I well know it is not so." There are in the park of Wyrlinton seven deer.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (19.)
60.Geoffrey Folyot.
Writ to the guardian of the abbey of Glastonbury, 12 Sept. 2 Edw. I.
Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Berks, 25 Sept. 2 Edw. I., with Jury panel.
Berks; Oxford.Inq. (undated and defective).
[Berks.]Edwyneston, in the precincts of the manor of Essebury. I knight's fee containing 2 carucates land held of the abbey of Glastonbury, doing scutage and other royal services when they shall happen.
Oxford.Wylehale. 6 bovates land held of Sir Samson Folyot for ¼ knight's fee, doing scutage and other royal services when they shall happen.
Joan the wife of Nicholas de (Cottelegh?), aged 28 and more, Isabel her sister, aged .. and more, Lorencia her sister, aged 24 .. (and) ... (her sister) aged 16 on the day of St. Margaret last, are daughters ... Geoffrey. And on the day of St. Michael last seven years (ago) ... was (married) to the said Nicholas de Cottelegh.
C. Edw. I. File 4. (20.)