|291.||Robert Walerand, deceased.|
|Writ of plenius certiorari to Master Walter Scamel, dean of Salisbury, and Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, on the complaint of Adam de la Cnolle and Emma his wife that the sheriff had distrained for a rent, due from them to the said Robert for life only, 8 Nov. 6 Edw. I.|
|Wilts.||Inq. Monday after St. Scholastica, 8 Edw. I.|
Fisshelton. A messuage and certain parcels of land and meadow were granted by the said Robert to Master Adam de Tyleneye and his heirs, whose sister and heir the said Emma is, rendering to him 40s. yearly for his life only, and that after his death they should be quit for ever.
(See No. 6.)
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (1.)|
|292.||William de Olton.|
|Writ to Robert de Ufford, justiciary of Ireland, on the complaint of Hugh, son of the said William, showing that a jury of 24 knights which he had arraigned to convict the jurors of an assize of mort d' ancestor at Warwick of having falsely made oath that the said William, who died at Dungaluy in Ireland, did not die seised of a certain messuage, lands &c. in Olton, but gave them while he was in Ireland to John de Blosmevill by deed of feoffment, desired to be more fully certified, and commanding him to make inquisition, 29 July, 6 Edw. I.|
|Ireland.||Inq. Thursday after St. Luke, 6 Edw. I.|
Connaught (Connattia). The said William died at Dungalui seised of two parts of a messuage, 50a. land, 2a. meadow, and 10s. rent in Olton, and he did not give the same whilst he was in Ireland to John de Blosmevill nor make any charter of feoffment to him, nor did he transmit any writing to William de Oddinggesheles, the chief lord of that fee, to put the said John in seisin, and the said John was not put in seisin during the life of the said William de Olton.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (2.)|
|293.||Roger le Forester of Welynton.|
|Writ to Roger de Wellesworth ..., 28 June ... (defective).|
|Salop.||Inq. Thursday after St. James the Apostle, 6 Edw. I.|
La Wrekene forest. A messuage, one nook of land containing 12a., and an assart containing 2a. land and ½a. meadow, held of the king in chief by service of keeping the Hay of Welynton in the said forest.
Roger his son, aged 25 and more on the day of St. James the Apostle (last), is his next heir.
(See No. 337.)
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (3.)|
|294.||Richard son of William de Harecurt.|
|Letters patent to Henry de Sodebrok and Robert le Eyr, with the assent of Adam de Monte Alto who has the wardship, to make proof of the age of the said Richard at Wodestok on Friday the morrow of the Epiphany, 28 Dec. 6 Edw. I.|
|[Oxford.]||Proof of age, Friday the morrow of the Epiphany (defective).|
Robert de Eton says the said Richard was 21 on the 3rd day after St. Nicholas, 6 Edw. 1. and recollects it well because he was steward to the said William, and has a son of the same age.
William de Sancto Audoeno agrees and recollects it because he was with Ela, countess of Warwick, before she was married to Sir Philip Basset, and the said William came to her and made known that he had a son named Richard, and he had no other than this.
William le Megre agrees, for he had a brother named John le Povre who died in the same year the said Richard was born, and his heir was in wardship for fourteen years and has held his lands for seven years and a half.
Adam de la Dounhall agrees, for his father who died sixteen years ago, told him five years and more before his death that the said William had a son Richard.
Richard Talevan alias Talevand agrees, for he was hundredor of the hundred of Wotton, where the said William had his manor of Staunton, two years before he had his land, in which time the said Richard was born, and he has held his land for nineteen years.
John Cocus of Babbelack agrees, for he was in the service of Ralph son of Nicholas, when the said Richard was born, and remained with him and Richard his son for four years, and was afterwards in the service of Sir Osbert Giffard for seventeen years and more.
Roger do (sic) Osen[eye] agrees, for in the same year that the said Richard was born he demised the hundred of Wotton, and was afterwards in the service of the abbot of Osen[eye] for twenty-one years and more.
Thomas le Botiller agrees, for on the same day the said Richard was born Joan le Botiller his grandmother gave to his father 2 carucates land in Wovelicote which he held for six years, and himself held them for fifteen years and more after his father's death.
John de Luford (?) agrees, for he had a most especial ... named Robert le Rower, who died eighteen years ago, and the said Richard (was born ?) three years and more before.
William Rauf agrees, for he has a son Robert who was born in the same year as the said Richard.
William son of Ralph le Jevene agrees, for when the said Richard was born he was in the service of Osbert de ... clerk of Sir Edmund the king's brother, and was with him for three years, and afterwards married a wife ...
Augustine de Eynesham agrees, for he was born in the same year as the said Richard, as his parents particularly ...
All the jurors agree ... and say that he is 21 and more.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (4.)|
|295.||William son of Robert de Aylesbyri alias de Eylesbyri.|
|Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 1 Nov. 6 Edw. I.|
|Buckingham.||Inq. Friday after St. Clement, 7 Edw. I.|
Eylesbyri. A messuage and 3 virgates land held of the king in chief of the fee of the otter hunter by providing straw (litteram) for the king's bed, and finding straw and rushes for strewing the king's bedchamber thrice yearly if he shall come so often, if in winter straw, and in summer rushes, and if the king shall come so often he shall receive two grey geese (gantas) at each visit in summer, and three eels in winter, so that six grey geese or nine eels are due yearly; and a messuage and 4 virgates land held of the lord of Eylesbyri, rendering 63s. 1d. yearly.
Mentlesham of the parish of Wendovere. 2 little crofts enclosed with hedges and 7a. brushwood (bruz), held of the lord of Wendovere in chief, doing 26s. yearly.
William his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (5.)|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 28 Oct. 7 Edw. I.|
|Wilts.||Inq. Monday after St. Scholastica, 8 Edw. I.|
Fhytelton. 10l. land were given by King H[enry] to Adam Cok and his heirs, to be held by paying 6d. rent to the king at Claryndone; and the said Adam had an heir named Agnes whom Robert Pypard married, and died without heir of his body; afterwards King H[enry] granted the marriage of the said Agnes to Henry de Candevre, who married her, and she died without heir of her body; then King E[dward] granted the land to the said Henry for life, and it is now in the king's hand as escheat and in the custody of the sheriff.
(See Nos. 183 and 585.)
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (6.)|
|297.||William son of Reginald de Lolleworth.|
|Writ of certiorari to the sheriff of Dorset, on the complaint of Hugh de Roches that the wardship of the manor of Lulleworth which pertained to him had been committed to Eustace de Hacche, 24 Jan. 7 Edw. I.|
|Dorset.||Inq. made in full county (court) (undated).|
Lolleworth. The manor was held of Hugh de Roches and his ancestors, and the said Hugh holds Wulfeton and the manor of Lolleworthe of the king in chief by free service of 1 knight.
Reginald de Lulleworth his son, aged 12 at Palm Sunday next, is his next heir.
Writ to the sheriff of Dorset, 25 Jan. 7 Edw. I.
|Dorset.||Inq. made in full county (court) (undated).|
Lulleworth. The manor held of Hugh de Roches, and the said Hugh holds it of the king, service unknown.
Heir as above.
Writ of plenius certiorari and scire facias to the sheriff of Dorset, on the complaint of Eustace de Hacche that the sheriff had ejected him from
the wardship of the manor of Lulleworth, which William (sic) de Lulleworth lately deceased held of the king in chief, and which the king committed to the said Eustace to answer at the exchequer for the issues, 3 April, 7 Edw. I.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (7.)|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 11 March, 7 Edw. I.|
|Somerset.||Inq. Monday before the Annunciation, 7 Edw. I.|
Styueleghe. 240a. arable, 30a. meadow, 2 marks rent of assize, 100a. wood in the forest of Rechiche &c., one moiety of the tenement and the whole of the wood being held of John Quatremayns in free socage, rendering 1d. yearly, and the other moiety of Thomas le Moyne in free socage, rendering 4s. yearly.
Edmund his son, aged 27½, is his next heir.
|Dorset.||Inq. Saturday the feast of St. Edward the King and Martyr, 7 Edw. I.|
Frome. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief for ½ knight's fee, of the purchase of the queen consort from Henry de Novoburgo.
Stafford. 100a. arable, 5a. meadow, 13s. 6d. rent of assize, pasture and a small garden, and the advowson of the church, held of Robert son of Payn and William de Gouyz, rendering 1d. for all service.
Adesham. 12a. arable, 30s. rent of assize, and 16a. wood and moor, held of the fee of John de Pauleshull.
Heir as above.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (8.)|
|299.||Gilbert de Brunesleye alias de Brunisley.|
|Writ to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, 6 March, 7 Edw. I.|
|[Nottingham.]||Extent, Friday in Easter week, 7 Edw. I.|
Brunisley. The manor and 1 carucate land there, and 5 bovates land in Trowelle, held of the serjeanty of the fee of Peverel by service of finding in the army of Wales one horse, price 5s., with a sack and pin (brocha), and a halter (capistro) of ½d., for forty days at his own costs; and 1½ bovate land and an assart held of the same fee of Robert de Brunisley, worth 17s. yearly, whereof he is bound to pay 15s. serjeantry yearly at the king's exchequer, which was rated in the time of the said Robert, because the tenement was out of the hands of the said Gilbert, who was the chief lord.
Trowelle. 2 bovates land worth 17s. 6d. yearly, which were rated at 15s. serjeanty in the time of Robert de Muschamp; and a third part of a water-mill rated at ½ mark in the time of Henry Pascayl of Estweyte; because they were out of the hands of the said Gilbert.
Newthorp. ½ bovate land held of Robert de Newthorp.
Roger his son, aged 30, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (9.)|
|300.||William son of William de Benetleye alias de Benetleg.|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 5 Dec. 7 Edw. I.|
Benetleg. A messuage and 1 carucate land, the bailiwick of forester, worth 2 marks yearly, and 29s. 9d. rent of assize, held of the king in chief, rendering 1 mark rent.
Wylinhale. 1a. land and ½a. meadow held of the heir of Henry de Hastanges.
Wodnesfeld. 2a. land held of the dean of Wulvernehamton.
(Unspecified.) A water-mill held of the king, worth 1 mark yearly.
Robert de Benetleg his brother, aged 24 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (10.)|
|301.||Robert Werlay alias de Virly.|
|Writ of certiorari to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, on the complaint of William Bardolf that the wardship of the manor of Euston, and other of deceased's lands in Norfolk which were held of him in chief, had been taken into the king's hand, 25 Aug. 7 Edw. I.|
Eustone. The manor was held of Sir William Bardolf in chief, and not of the king; nor can the jury enquire further where he held any tenements in the said county.
Philip his son, aged 2 at Christmas next, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (11.)|
|302.||Richard de Chastillon alias de Castilen.|
|Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 12 Nov. 7 Edw. I.|
|[Buckingham.]||Inq. (undated and defective.)|
Lecamstedd. The manor (extent given) held of Sir William de Say [by service of 1] knight's fee.
Tornton. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Edmund, earl of Cornwall, in chief by socage, rendering 2 (sic) yearly.
Hugh de Castilon is his heir and of full age and more.
(See No. 358.)
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (12.)|
|303.||John de Loveraz.|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 15 May, 7 Edw. I.|
La Bocholte. The bailiwick held of the king in chief by service of 20s. yearly.
Westuderle. The manor held of Oliver de Yngham by service of ½ knight's fee. (Unspecified). 13½a. arable and a garden held by service of 7d. tenure unspecified; and 4a. land held of Richard de Cardevile by service of 6d. yearly.
Richard his son, aged 3, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (13.)|
|304.||Peter de Maule alias de Malo Lacu.|
|Writ to Thomas de Normanvile, the king's steward, 16 July, 7 Edw. I.|
Endorsed:—Sum of the whole extent of the said Peter's lands &c., 321l. 13½d. Sum of the fees held of the said Peter 33¾ and 1/5 fee, and he had the advowson of four churches; all which were held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees; but he held the manor of Clif of the bishop of Durham in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
|York.||Extent (undated and defaced) with jury panel annexed.|
Lands of Peter de Malolacu the second in the wapentake of Langeberg.
Goldeburgh. 267a. cultivated land, 64½a. uncultivated land, and ... meadow.
Lyth Grange. 256a. cultivated land, 119a. uncultivated land, and 27a. meadow.
Cuktwald. 160a. cultivated, 57½a. uncultivated land, and 14a. meadow &c. Bircschok. 30a. meadow.
Sum of this extent, 23l. 14s. 9d.
Eggeton. 31 bovates land in bondage rendering 12l. 8s. yearly, 24 cottars rendering 33s., ... 22s. 2d. free farm from free tenants, and 1 carucate land held by William Althorn ...
Lecerig. 32½a. land, rendering 32s. 6d. yearly; 52½a. in the eastern wood rendering 52s. 6d ... and 150½a. land worth 7l. 10s. 6d. yearly.
Wlvedale. 65a. land rendering 65s. yearly.
Sletholm ... croft, worth 73s. 4d. yearly; and Stephen de Malolacu holds within the forest there and without, 20l. land ...
Sum, 34l. 4s. 5d.
Westingby. 1 carucate land held by Robert de Schelton, rendering a pair of white gloves yearly at Christmas, ... and 37a. land rendering 3lb. cummin yearly; and the said Robert is enfeoffed of all the land ... 4l. 17s., and a vaccary worth 13s. 4d.
Sum, 110s. 4d.
Micchelby. 15 bovates and 5a. land which render 4l. 22d. yearly, and free farm from free tenants ... 13 bovates land by knight's service, doing suit at the lord's court.
Sum, 4l. 12s. 3d.
Bergby. 4 carucates land held by Robert de Bergby by knight's service, without doing suit.
Neuton. 4 carucates land held by Sir Robert de Acclum by knight's service, doing suit at the lord's court.
Elverdeby. 2a. meadow which render 3s. 4d. yearly; 2 carucates land held by Robert son of Nicholas by knight's service, doing suit at the lord's court; and 2 carucates land held by ..., by the same service.
Sum, 3s. 4d.
Barneby. 15 bovates land in bondage rendering 4l. 13s. 6d. yearly, 5 cottars rendering 8s., free farm from free tenants 6s. 5d., 10 bovates held by Sir John de Ferlington by knight's service doing suit of court, . . a. land, held by ... Sturmy by the same service; 6 bovates held by Alice Breton by the same service; 8 bovates land held by William le Botiller by the same service; and 1 carucate held by Robert de Malolacu, rendering a rose yearly.
Sum 107s. 11d.
Lyth. 24 bovates land in bondage rendering 7l. 6s. 8d. yearly, twenty cottars rendering ..., 6d. free farm yearly, and 10 bovates held by Alice Sturmy by knight's service, doing suit at the lord's court.
Sum, 9l. 6s. 6d.
Sandeshend. 53½ tofts rendering 53s. 6d. yearly, and sea fishery worth 13s. 4d. yearly.
Sum, 66s. 10d.
Hoton. 23 bovates land in bondage, rendering 8l. 16s. 4d. yearly, also 8 carucates ..., and 1 bovate land held by Emma ... rendering 1lb. pepper yearly.
Sum, 9l. ... 4d. and 1lb. pepper.
Also 4 mills rendering 20l. yearly, the advowson of a certain church, ..., herbage worth 6s. 8d. yearly, perquisites of court worth 20s., ...
Grenhou, Thunstall and Aton. 1 knight's fee held by Sir Nicholas de Menill ...
Sir Peter his son, aged 30 or more, is his true heir.
|York.||Inq. Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 7 Edw. I.|
Extent of lands of the said Peter in the wapentakes of Hertill, Bucros, Dyker, and Bolemer.
Baynton and Nessingwyk. 24 bovates land and 24a. meadow in demesne, a windmill worth 4l. yearly, forty-eight bondmen holding 95½ bovates land and rendering 71l. 12s. 6d. yearly, and cottars rendering 72s. 6d., held of the king in chief; of which John de Houton held 30l. land for his life and that of his wife of the gift of the said Peter, for which the said John has not yet satisfied the king for entering the king's fee.
Lokenton. 14 bovates land, and 20a. meadow in demesne, pasture worth 4s. yearly, nineteen bondmen rendering 19l. for 19 bovates land, eleven cottars rendering 30s. 6d., and free tenants rendering 35s. 8d.
Baynton. The advowson of the church.
Lokenton. The advowson of the church.
Heir as above, aged 30 on the feast of St. Mary Magdalene last.
Briddeshale. Inq. (undated.) The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, whereof Stephen de Malolacu, brother of the said Peter, holds 10l. land for life of his brother's gift.
Knights' fees in the same wapentakes:—
Middelton, Kiblingecotes and Etton. 1 fee held by Robert de Ros.
Sutton upon Derewent. ½ fee held by Robert de Percy.
Achton. 1½ fee held by Germanus Hay.
Rypplingham and Elvele. 1 fee held by Ralph de Rypplingham and his partners.
Etton. 1 fee held by James de Fryvyle.
[Ravenesthorp.] 1 fee held by the heirs of Ravenesthorp in the same.
[Hothum,] Esthorp and Craunzwyk. 2 fees held by John de Hothum in the same, Esthorp and Craunzwyk.
Lokenton and Wynthorp. ¼ fee held by William Daniel.
Besewyk. 1/5 fee held by Geoffrey Aguyllon.
Kilnewwyk. 1/5 fee held by Joan Salvain.
Applegard. ½ fee held by Hugh de Langethwait.
Baynton. 1/5 fee held by William Fossard and his partners.
Watton. 2 fees held by John de Vescy.
Brunne. 1 fee held by the heirs of Peter de Bruys.
[Bolemer] and Welleburne. 1 fee held by John de Bolemer in the same and Welleburne.
Stitnum. 1 fee held by John de Vescy.
Schyrrevehoton and its members. 6 fees held by Robert de Nevill.
Huntington and Clyfford. ½ fee held by Anketinus Malure.
[Oketon.] 1 fee held by John de Oketon in the same.
Butterwyk. 1 fee held by Ralph son of William.
Kyrkebi. ½ fee held by Geoffrey Aguyllon.
Warr'. ½ fee held by William de Barkthorp.
All his lands were held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights when the king shall go in the army, excepting the manor of Clyf, which is held of the bishop of Durham, value and service unknown.
Cliff (in the Wapentake within Use and Derewent). The manor (extent given), held of the bishop of Durham in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
Heir as above, aged 30 and more, on the day his father died.
|York.||Extent (undated and defective).|
Donecastre. 17l. rent of assize, 4 mills and [1 ?] mill at Hextorp, tolls of the market worth 20 marks, and the court of Doncastre worth 60s., whereof the said Sir Peter six years ago gave to Peter his son and heir and Nicholaa his wife to dower her 7l. 10s. 9d. rent.
Rosington (extent given with names of tenants), including ... from the heirs of Robert de Veteri pontente (sic) for the town of Bautre, fishery in the marsh, and the advowson of the church.
Hextorp and Balleby. 12d. rent from the lord of Loversall for Loveresal, viz. ¼ knight's fee, 12d. from the township of Balleby, and other small rents, total 6s. 2½d., 5½ bovates land rendering 55s., 2 bovates rendering 16s., three cottages, and 21a. of demesne in le Holm, and 3a. meadow.
Waitelay. 24s. rent from the lord of Waitelay.
Schintorp. 18s. rendered by the demesne, whereof Maud de Schintorp has a third part in dower.
Sir Peter de Malolacu that now is, son and heir of Sir Peter deceased, and Nicholaa his wife, hold of the gift of Sir Peter the father 124½a. of the demesne of Hextorp, 10½a. meadow, and 19s. 6d. rent from 2 bovates land in Hextorp; 20s. 6d. of the rents of freemen of Hextorp and Balleby; 56s. 8d. of the rents of freemen of Waitelay; the town of Sandall extended at 11l. 4s. 2d.; 2s. rent from the lord of Loveres[all] for the town of Loveresall, and 7l. 10s. 9d. of the rent of Donecastre, as appears above.
Bautre and Ousterfeud. 2 fees held by the heirs of Robert de Veteri Ponte.
Barneby. ½ fee held by Richard de Barneby.
Langethauit and Thils. ¼ fee held by Hugh de Langethauit.
Loveresall. ¼ fee held by John de Bossevill.
Bramham and Clifford. 2 fees held by Baldwin Wake.
Schintorp. ¼ fee held by Adam de Novomercato.
Waddeuord. ¼ fee held by Peter de Waddeuord.
Roderham, Picburn and Hoton Livet. 3½ fees held by John de Vescy, of which Custance Livet is used to hold 2 fees.
Donecastre was held of the king with his other lands by service of riding with the king with 2 knights when his peers shall ride.
Rosington was held of the fee of Peverel and not of Doncastre, but by the above service.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (14.)|
|305.||Henry de Penebrigg.|
|Writ to Ralph Sandwico, the king's steward, 18 Feb. 7 Edw. I.|
Writ to the same, 3 March, 7 Edw. I.
Lega. The manor held of the abbot of Pershore by homage only.
Lega. Two parts of 1 carucate land, held of the said abbot by homage only.
He held nothing of the king in chief in the county.
Fulk his son, aged 8, is his heir.
Leye. A certain small land, worth 6l. yearly, held as abovesaid.
Heir as above.
|Wilts.||Inq. Friday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 7 Edw. I.|
Northtudewrthe. 4 virgates land in demesne, with pasture for two farm horses, six oxen and 250 sheep, and 9 virgates land in villenage worth 9 marks yearly, held of Lora de Saunford, service unspecified.
He held nothing of the king in chief in the county.
Heir as above, age unknown because he never dwelt in the county.
|Wilts.||Inq. Thursday the feast of the Holy Innocents, 8 Edw. I.|
Tudeworth. The manor was held by Roger la Suche of John Biset, and he gave it to Gilbert de Stanford with Lora his daughter in free marriage, and the said Gilbert being dead, the said Lora gave the same to Arrabilia late the wife of the said Henry and to Fulk their son, by service of 1d. yearly. The manor is now in the king's hand. The jury know not whether he held the other manors named in the writ (missing), of the king in chief.
|Salop.||Inq. Thursday the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 8 Edw. I.|
Tonge. The manor was held by Alan la Souche of the honour of Brecheynoc without service because it was of free marriage, and he gave it to William de Harecourt with Alice his sister in free marriage, who begat a daughter Orrabilis, whom the said Henry de Penebruge married, and from whom he had that manor as the inheritance of his wife.
Weston under Egge. The manor was held by Henry de Penebrug of Walter Giffard, archbishop of York, by 1 knight's fee, and afterwards came Henry his son and heir and quit-claimed for himself and his heirs all his right in the said manor for the manor of Ullingwyke, co. Hereford, and for 1,000 marks sterling to the said archbishop.
Ullingwik. 1 carucate land with messuage and garden, 16s. rent of assize with the aid of two villeins, and a meadow worth 6s. yearly, held of the bishop of Hereford, doing suit at his court at Hereford, and answering for ⅓ knight's fee.
Cattelee. 4l. 16s. 8d. rent of assize held of the gift of William de Evereus.
Kilho in the hundred of Wrmelowe. 120a. arable and meadow, and 12s. 2½d. rent of assize, held of the king in chief, doing suit at the king's hundred (court) of Wrmelowe, and rendering ½ mark yearly to John le Bret.
Heir as above, aged 7.
|Hereford.||Inq. Monday after the Epiphany, 8 Edw. I.|
Gilloch. The manor held of the king in chief by service of finding one man for fifteen days at his own cost when the king goes in the army, 'viz.—called Layeferd,' and doing suit every fortnight at the hundred (court) of Wormelowe, and he shall give an ox for heriot when he shall die, or 2s. if he have none, according to the custom of the Welsh in that hundred.
Ullingewyk. A third part held of the bishop of Hereford by service of ⅓ knight's fee.
Catteley. 4l. 17s. (sic) 8d. rent of assize, held of the gift of William Devereys by service of 1d. yearly.
|Leicester [; Salop].||Inq. The morrow of the Conversion of St. Paul, 8 Edw. I.|
Ayliston and Tonge. The manors were given by William de Harrecurt, lord of Ayliston, to his two daughters Orrabilis and Margery jointly; afterwards came Henry de Penbrugg, and married the said Orrabilis, and John de Canti Lupo the said Margery, and by agreement between them the manor of Tonge remained wholly to the said Henry and Orrabilis, and Ayleston to the said John and Margery, who died seised thereof without heir of their bodies, and so that manor reverted to Fulk son and heir of the said Henry and Orrabilis, then under age, and the said Henry did not die seised thereof. Ayliston manor is held of Richard de Harrecourt by service of 1 knight's fee, and he holds it of the Earl of Winchester, and he of the king, by the said service.
|C. Edw. I. File 21. (15.)|