Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 19

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 19', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 149-156. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108091 Date accessed: 20 November 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 19

258.Richard le Rus.
Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, 3 Dec. 6 Edw. 1.
Norfolk.Extent (undated).
Estlechesham. A messuage, 29s. rent, autumn works worth 5s., hen rent worth 7d., 120a. arable, a watermill, and a marsh, held of Sir William Bardolf in chief, rendering 5s. ½d. yearly; and a tenement held of the prior of Castelacre, rendering 3s. yearly; and he rendered 5d. to the prior of Westacre, and 2½ quarters of barley to Margery his sister for a piece of land.
Alan his son is his next heir, and under 2 years of age.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, to deliver to Richard de Middelton, who shall render 40s. 8d. yearly at the exchequer, the wardship of the lands &c. according to the above extent if it appears to be faithfully made, reserving to the king the marriage of the heir and dower, 19 Jan. 6 Edw. I.
Norfolk.Extent, Wednesday before Easter, 6 Edw. I.
Estlechesham. A messuage &c. (extent given to the same effect as above), also a fourth part of the toll of the market of Great Dunham, worth 6d. yearly, pleas, perquisites, customary aid &c. out of which are yearly due to Sir William Bardolf 6s. rent, to the prior of Castleacre 3s., and to the prior of Westacre 5d. A third part of all the above was assigned to Isabel late the wife of the said Richard in dower, by the late sheriff.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (1.)
259.Thomas de Bardel' alias de Bardeleg.
Writ, 29 Jan. 6 Edw. I.
Salop.Inq. (undated.)
Bardeleg. 2 virgates land, held of the king in chief by service of 3s. yearly; 2 virgates land held of the abbot of Wyggemor in chief by service of 7s. and 1lb. pepper; and 3½ virgates held of the abbot of Shrewsbury by service of 13s. 4d. yearly.
William de Bardeleg, aged 40 and more, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (2.)
260.Baldwin de Drayton.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 10 June, 6 Edw. I.
Northampton.Inq. (undated.)
Drayton. A capital messuage, fishpond, two dovecotes and a mill, 6 virgates land and 5l. 4s. 7d. rent of freemen there and at Islep, perquisites of court, and 19a. land at Lufwyk, held of the king in chief by service of finding a serjeant for forty days at his own cost, as often as and whenever the king shall be in the army.
John his son, aged 24 and more, is his next heir.
Huntingdon.Inq. made at Botilbruge, Thursday the morrow of SS. Peter and Paul, 6 Edw. I.
[Botilbruge.] A messuage, 80a. land, 7a. meadow, a fishery, toll, 6s. 6d. rent of freemen, and perquisites of the court of Botilbruge, worth 2s. yearly, held of Robert de Gymeles alias Gimyles, service unspecified.
Overton Lungevile. A messuage, dovecot, 80a. land, 7a. meadow, and 46s. 6d. rent and customs of freemen, held of Sir William de Karbi, service unspecified.
Heir as above, aged 22 and more.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (3.)
261.Nicholas Abelin.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, 26 Oct. 6 Edw. I.
[Kent.]Inq. Saturday the morrow of SS. Simon and Jude, 6 Edw. I.
Milsted. A messuage, 64a. land, 6a. wood and 40s. rent, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, with other lands &c. in Moriston and Elmele, which Iseude his mother still holds in dower by fine made between them after the death of Thomas his father, as well for warranty of divers tenements as for dower.
Borden. A messuage and 10a. land, held of the king in chief by service of 18d. to be paid to the king's court at Midd[leton]; and 24a. land held of Sir Stephen de Penecestre by service of 34s. 2½d., 8⅓ hens, 101 eggs and 2d. for the repair of the vineyard (vinee).
Midd[leton] hundred. 49a. land, held of divers men by service of 62s. 2d. and 9 hens.
Mary his sister, the wife of John Savage, aged 25, is his next heir.
(See No. 174.)
C. Edw. I. File 19. (4.)
262.Richard de Crupes alias de Croupes.
Writ to Ralph de Sandewyco, the king's steward, 5 May, 6 Edw. I.
Gloucester.Inq. The day of St. Dunstan, Thursday before the Ascension, 6 Edw. I.
Whitinton, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight.
Richard his son, aged 28, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (5.)
263.Sewall de Worth.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 28 Oct. 6 Edw. I.
Lincoln.Inq. (undated.)
Haynton. A capital messuage, 12 bovates land in demesne, 11 bovates in villenage, a watermill and a windmill, held of the fee of Robert Greley alias de Greley, for 10s. rent, homage, suit at his court at Sixil, and foreign service pertaining to 1 knight's fee; a place and 2a. land held of Richard Abbot for 14d. rent; 8 bovates land held of Nicholas Tochet for 13s. 8d. rent; 1 knight's fee in Haynton and elsewhere in co. Lincoln held of John de Kyme of Gryseby, lately deceased, which is alienated to divers persons unknown; and 2 bovates land held of the said John by knight's service.
Haynton and Howton. 23s. rent of assize for many tenements held of the said Sewall of the fees of Robert Greley and John de Kyme.
Haynton. 2 bovates land of the fee of the late Peter de Scoteny, held of Robert de Worth, rendering 6d. yearly to him for them and all other lands &c. for all secular services; and after the death of the said Robert twelve years ago, the said Sewall brought the said rent to William de Stowe of Est Rasen, heir of the said Robert, who refused to receive it all the life of the said Sewall, who never afterwards did any service for those lands, nor has anyone required it; but he did the services above said to the said Robert Greley, Richard and others, as chief lords, in default of the said William, who ought to have been mesne between them.
John his son, aged 6 at the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 7 Edw. I., is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (6.)
264.John son of John de Brauntesion.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 28 Oct. 6 Edw. 1.
Northampton.Inq. (undated.)
Silveston. A messuage and 3 virgates land, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping the wines in the king's cellar at Selveston, an assart containing 9½a. rendering 4s. 9d. to the king, a parcel of meadow worth 11s. 6d. yearly, 6s. 1d. rent of freemen, and 4d. rent of cottars; 4a. land held of David son of Griffin and Elizabeth his wife, by suit of court and 10d. yearly; 2a. land, held of Richard Aufrey by service of 1d. yearly; and 1a. land and ½a. meadow, held of Thomas Amyun by service of 1½d. yearly.
Geoffrey son of John de Brampteston, brother of the deceased, aged 21 and more, as the jury understand, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (7.)
265.John Wyger.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 16 Jan. 6 Edw. I.
[Devon.]Inq. and extent, Tuesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 6 Edw. I.
Brawode. The manor, held by knight's service of the barony of Hurburton, which is in the king's hand through the death of Roger de Valle torta.
Wonford. The manor, held of William Spek by socage.
Crydie. The manor, held of Henry de la Pomerey by knight's service.
Kystumelbregg. The manor, held of John de Rasle by socage.
Sutton. 28s. 4d. rent, held of Sir John de Mown by knight's service.
Henry his son, aged 17, is his next heir.
[Devon.]Extent (undated).
Wonford. The manor (extent given), held of William le Especk in chief by socage, rendering 100s yearly.
Heir as above, aged 16 at the feast of St. Michael, 5 Edw. I
[Devon.]Extent (undated).
Crydie. The manor (extent given) with the advowsons of two chapels, held with Dunescumbe, Eastwogewelle and Westwogewelle of Sir Henry de Pomerey in chief by service of 1 knight's fee; a tenement called Hassok, held of Sir John son of Geoffrey by knight's service; and a tenant, rendering 5s. yearly.
Suttone. Three free tenants, rendering 28s, 4d. yearly.
Heir as above, aged 15 and more.
[Devon.]Extent, Tuesday before St. Laurence ... (defective).
Kistelmelebrigge. The manor (extent given), (held of) ... Esseleg and divers others, rendering 20s. 6d. yearly.
His heir is aged 15.
Writ to the sheriff of Devon of extent and appraisement of a messuage, lands &c. in Thurverton and the advowson of the church, whereof Gundreda, late the wife of the said John, claims a third part in dower, 21 June, 6 Edw. 1.
Devon.Extent, Tuesday after the Translation of St. Swithin, 6 Edw. I.
Thorverton. The manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the gift of the abbot &c. of Marmoutier, doing 10 marks yearly for two chaplains celebrating in the church of St. Peter, Exeter, which manor the said John gave to the dean and chapter of Exeter to maintain that service for ever.
Similar writ, 13 Aug. 6 Edw. I.
Devon.Extent and appraisement, Thursday the morrow of St. Matthew, 6 Edw. I.
Thorverton. The manor and church (extent given), to the same effect as the above, but differing in some details of valuation.
Devon.Summary of lands late of John Wyger (undated).
Brawode. The manor.
Kystumelbreg. The manor.
Crydie and Wonford.
Bynethewatere. The hamlet.
Thurverton. The manor.
And the King has wardship and marriage.
Writ (of certiorari), on the complaint of Nicholas de Kyrkeham that the king's steward had ejected him from the wardship of the manor of Crydie which Henry de la Pomereie of Byry had granted him, 8 July, 7 Edw. I.
Devon.Inq. Friday the morrow of St. Laurence, 7 Edw. I.
Cridye. The manor was held by the said John of Henry de la Pomeray of the barony of Bery, and immediately after his death the said Henry as chief lord seised the manor into his own hand, and granted it to the said Nicholas until the lawful age of the heir. The said John held nothing by which the wardship of the heir &c. ought to belong to the king, but the subescheator, because he held the manor of Brawode of the barony of Hurberton, which was in the king's hand as escheat, ejected the said Nicholas.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (8.)
266.William de Hasting'.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 13 July, 6 Edw. I.
Berks.Inq. (undated.)
Eton. The manor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight or two esquires for forty days at his own cost whenever and wherever the king shall be in the army, for all service and for his other lands held of the King. He held no other lands in Oxford or Berks.
Joan his daughter, whom Sir Benedict de Blackeham married during the life of the said William, aged 23 and more, is his next heir.
Gloucester.Inq. (undated.)
Thormerton and Suthrop. The manors, sometime held of the king in chief by the above service. These manors were given by the said William seven years ago to Benedict de Blakeham in free marriage with Joan his daughter and heir, who held them for almost two years until he demised them to the said William for life by indenture between them levied in the king's court, rendering a pair of gloves or 1d. for all service to the said Benedict.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (9.)
267.William Aungeven alias Aungevyn.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 26 March, 6 Edw. I.
Devon.Inq. and extent, Monday before St. Dunstan, 6 Edw. I.
La Hole and Aury. 2 ferlings of land, worth 12s. yearly, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of bringing the king three barbed arrows whenever he shall come to hunt in Dertimore or Exemore, and every heir ought to relieve that tenement by three barbed arrows.
Walter Angevyn, aged 30, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (10.)
268.Walter Prate alias Prat, of Retford.
Writ to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, 24 June, 6 Edw. I.
Nottingham.Inq. Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 6 Edw. I.
Retford borough. A mansion, worth 1 mark yearly, held in free burgage of John Prat his brother and Adam the clerk, rendering a rose to the said John and 1d. to the said Adam yearly, and doing service to the borough; 4s. rent which he bought of Hugh son of John de Sutton, rendering a rose yearly; and 6s. 6d. of the gift of Adam his father, who bought the same of John son of Nicholas de Ordesale, rendering 1d. yearly; the whole held in free burgage and nothing of the king in chief.
His heir is called Adam, aged 7 years.
Nottingham.Inq. Friday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 6 Edw. I.
Grenlay. 8½a. 1r. land held of Hugh Prat of Grenlay for 14d. yearly; 11a. 3r. land and ½a. meadow held of Ralph son of Thomas of Grenlay rendering 11½d. yearly; 39a. land held of Alexander le Noreys by service of 5d.; 1a. held of Richard son of Peter of Grenlay, rendering ½d.; 3a. held of Hugh son of William of Grenlay, rendering 6d.; 2a. held of Cecily, relict of Adam of Grenlay, clerk, rendering 2d.; 2½a. held of Adam son of Richard of Grenlay, rendering 6d.; 3a. held of William Brennand of Leyrton, rendering 1d.; 8½a. held of Maud, relict of Robert Trenchem (?) of Retford, rendering 7½d.; and 2a. held of Hugh Broun of Retford, rendering 7d. yearly.
Tylne. 2½a. held of Thomas son of Adam de Hayton, rendering 4d. yearly; 3r. meadow held of Adam son of Luke, rendering 1d.; ½a. held of Gilbert de Elmet (?), rendering 1d.; ½a. meadow held of John son of James of Tilne, rendering ½d.; 13s. 8d. from 2 bovates land; and 2s. 6d. from Hugh Roch (?) of Tilne from his son for a tenement.
West Retford. ½ mark received yearly from John de Barneby for ⅓ bovate land, and he rendered yearly to Sir Robert de Morteyne a third part of a rose and a third part of ½ quarter of multure.
Wellum. A toft and croft held of the prior of Wyrkesop rendering 6s. yearly.
Mora. 12d. from Geoffrey de Mora, and 12d. from Henry his son.
Ordesall. 1a. land held of Adam Schot of Retford, rendering 1d.; and 1a. held of William de Hedon, rendering 1d.
Thurmeston and Ordesall. 2½ bovates land, and 2 messuages called le Kychinland held of Brian de Herdeby and Joscelin de Halck, rendering 1d., whereof 1 bovate renders 2s. 6d. yearly to Sir W. de Valenc'.
Blyth (Blida). 3s. held of the prior of Blyth for a bakehouse; ½d. held of the same prior for land of Ralph the cellarer; 15d. held of the same prior for land of Roger Gateles; and he rendered to the same prior 19d. for land of Reginald the cook, and 2d. for land of W. de Neuwerck, and 5s. for pittance; 17a. and 3 perches land held of the abbot of Roche, rendering 5s. 4d. yearly; 3r. held of Geoffrey Thurston, rendering 4d.; 2a. land held of Thomas Cosset and William de Hulmo, rendering 2d.; 1a. held of Roger son of Robert of Blid[a], rendering ½d.; 3r. held of Roger Springald, rendering 6d.; 1a. held of Alan le Hoser, rendering 2d.; a parcel of land held of El. de Leyrton, rendering 8d.; a parcel of land sometime of Laceline Fox held of Gilbert of Blid[a], rendering 19d.; a toft and a shambles (schamelum) held of Roger Gateles, rendering 1d.; and a house held of William Meseton for 8d. yearly.
Styrop. A place of land beyond the water in Blyth held of Ingram of Styrop, rendering ½d.; 5a. held of Norman of Styrop, for 20d. yearly; and ½a. held of Hugh of Styrop and William son of John of the same, for ½d. yearly.
Serleby. A culture of land held of the heirs of Hugh of Serleby, rendering 2d. yearly; 5½a. held of Thomas son of Sibyl of the same, rendering 1d.; and 8a. held of Robert de Tordwrd, rendering 6d.
Hoddeshock. 4a. land held of John de Cressy, rendering, 12d.; _ held of El. Depervile of Hoddeshock pro Bretto, rendering ½d.; a grange held of Sir (?) John son of Stephen, rendering 8d.; ... land held of Thomas le Cutiler, rendering 1d.; ½a. and 5r. land held of William Russel, rendering ...; 2a. held of Dulcea de Cressy, for a grain of pepper yearly; 12d. rent held of Maud Godefray, rendering a clove gillyflower; ½a. held of the heirs of Richard ... yhard, rendering ½d.; a house held of the heirs of Michael son of Reginald, rendering a clove gillyflower; a toft and 2a. held of El. son of Thurstan, for 12d. yearly; ½a. held of El. of the green (de virid') rendering 1d.; 12d. rent held of El. de Farewater (?) for a clove gillyflower, and 3s. rent held of the said El.; a plot of meadow, rendering ½d.; and a plot of meadow held of William de Barneby for a . . . gillyflower.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (11.)
269.John de Rypariis.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, to extend and deliver to Giles de Fenes, to whom the king has committed the same, the wardship of 40l. land of the lands late of the said John, who held of the king in chief, 29 Dec. 6 Edw. I.
Essex.Extent, Tuesday the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, 6 Edw. I.
Est Mersey. A messuage, 2 old dovecots, 351a. arable in demesne, measured by the perch of 16½ feet, 21a. pasture, 51a. marsh, 1a. wood, 92a. wood called Cotselowode, which is in regard in the forest, a water mill, a weir in the sea, 7l. 19s. 1½d. rents, with cummin, gloves, works of customers and cottars &c. tenure unspecified. Of all which a third part is assigned to Mabel, late the wife of the said John in dower. There is no advowson or knight's fee.
Writ of plenius certiorari, upon the claim of John de Sancto Johanne for the wardship of the manor of Sheford, which William de Ripariis held of him by knight's service, 19 Jan. 6 Edw. 1.
[Berks.]Inq. Monday before Palm Sunday, 6 Edw. 1.
Seppeford. The said William held nothing of the king in chief in the manor of Seppeford, but held the manor of Mersi, co. Essex, of the king in chief, service unknown, nor do the jury know whether the king's predecessors ever had the wardship of Sepford manor.
William son of John, aged 3, is his next heir.
[Berks.]Inq. (undated.)
Shifford. The said William held nothing of the king in Shifford by reason of the crown, but held a manor called Mereseye, co. Essex, of the barony of Hagenet or Boulogne, service unknown; and the king's predecessors never had the wardship of that manor.
John de Ripariis deceased was his son and heir, and William de Rypariis who now survives, is son and heir of the said John and aged 3. The aforesaid John and his predecessors held of Sir John de Sancto Johanne and his ancestors the manor of Colrigge, which is within the manor of Shifford by knight's service, and the wardship of his land and heir pertains to the said Sir John.
Writ to enquire whether John de Ripariis held any lands &c. of the king in chief as of the crown of England, or of any barony in the king's hand, 21 April, 6 Edw. 1.
Berks.Inq. (undated.)
John de Ripariis held nothing of the king in chief on the day he died in the county, neither of the crown nor of any barony which is the king's escheat; but held the following, viz.—
Colrugg. The manor, held of John de Sancto Johanne.
Foteswycke within the manor of Waneting. 115s. rent, held of Fulk son of Fulk son of Warin, which rent Fulk son of Warin, grandfather of Fulk that now is, gave to William de Ripariis, father of the said John, with Eleanor his daughter in free marriage; which manor and rent the king by his escheator caused to be seized into his own hand immediately after the death of the said John, and he delivered it to Sir Giles de Fenis. Neither the king nor any of his ancestors have ever had the wardship of these lands since the said John or his ancestors held them.
Berks.Inq. made at Hungerford, Thursday after the Assumption, 6 Edw. I.
Schifford. John de Ripariis held nothing of the king or crown in the county or elsewhere, as the jury understand, and the king's ancestors have never had the wardship of the manor of Schifford, but the said John held it of John de Sancto Johanne by knight's service, and died in his homage.
John (sic) his son, aged 3, is his next heir.
(See Nos. 166 and 323.)
C. Edw. I. File 19. (12).
270.John de Verdun.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 23 Nov. 6 Edw. I.
[Suffolk.]Inq. Monday after the Circumcision, 6 Edw. I.
Culfo. A moiety of the manor held of Giles de Wachesham by service of ¼ knight's fee, which moiety fell into the king's hand through the wardship of Gerard son and heir of the said Giles (who held of the king in chief).
John son of John le Verdun, aged 21 on the day of St. Barnabas, 5 Edw. I., is next heir of this moiety.
C. Edw. I. File 19. (13.)