Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 22

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 22', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 174-185. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108094 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 22

306.John de Moun alias de Mohun.
Writ of extent to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, that dower may be assigned to Eleanor late wife of the said John, 14 July, 7 Edw. I.
Somerset.Extent Saturday after the Assumption, 7 Edw. I.
Dunsterre. The manor with its members:—
Dunsterre Castle, to which pertain 55½ and 1/15 knights' fees, with wardship, marriage, reliefs &c. 8l. 8s. 5d. rent of free burgesses, pleas &c. of the portmote worth 30s., toll of the market and port 9s. 8d., two water mills and a fulling mill, pleas &c. of the foreign hundred (court) 40s., 30lb. wax rendered by the bailiff of the fee, and a rent called Burgrith coming from the hundred, viz.—15s.
Carampton (extent given), including herbage &c. of the park of Mersewode, and pasture on the hills and in Lamcumbe, Crawendon and Langeregg.
Cudecumbe (extent given), including pasture &c. in the wood ...
Meneheved (extent given), including pasture &c. in the park.
John his son, aged 9 and more, is his next heir.
Somerset.Extent (undated).
Illebruwere. The manor (extent given).
Somerset.Extent Friday after the Assumption, 7 Edw. I.
Kelveton. The manor (extent given), with the vicarage of the church, and herbage in the park.
[Devon.]Extent made at Exeter, Wednesday the morrow of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 7 Edw. I. (defective.)
Torre Moun. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants). The abbot of [Torre has] the advowson of the church (to his own) uses.
Heir as above, aged 10, and a little more.
[Devon.]Extent. Monday before St. Bartholomew, 7 Edw. I.
Bradeworth (extent given).
He died on Sunday the feast of St. Barnabas. Heir as above, aged 10, entering upon 11.
Knights' fees, &c.:—
Alrecombe, Dodecot, Meddon, Dupefford and Fernlegh, held for 1 knight's fee by Robert de Esse.
Estere Esse and Westeresse. ¼ fee held by the same Robert, rendering 3s. yearly.
Suthpotteford, Attewrth, La Stane Wrth, Halnadon and La Forde. 1 fee held by Robert Cnoyl, doing suit.
Luwyniscot and Brighteneswrthy. ⅓ fee held by Robert de Esse, who has nothing there in demesne.
Suthewrth. 1/8 fee held by Robert de Luwinscot.
Bradewrth. 100s. land held for 1/32 fee by Roger de Langefford.
Blakisburgh. 100s. land held in socage by Thomas de Tetteburn, rendering 12d.
Hyulkerdon. 1 ferling land similarly held, rendering 4s.
La Nywelonde. 1 ferling land held by the prior of Launceveton, rendering 2s.
Donnewrth'. 1/20 knight's fee held by Robert de Horton.
La Doune. ⅓ fee held by Thomas de la Doune.
Hermanneswrth'. Held for 1/8 fee by Thomas de Flexebiri, doing suit.
Yakenesbear and Huddesdon. 1/6 fee held by Robert de Horton, doing suit.
Northerewrthy. 1 ferling land held in socage by Robert de Horton, rendering 1lb. cummin or 2d.; and 1½ ferling held in socage by Robert de Wyalstadon, rendering 10s. and doing suit.
Stovorde. 1 ferling held in socage by Alexander de Wyalstadon, rendering 5s. and doing suit.
Ryhulle. ½ ferling similarly held by Richard de Rihulle, rendering 3s. 10d.
Northeredonnewrth'. ½ ferling similarly held by Richard de Attewrth, rendering 3s. 4d.; and ½ ferling held by Nicholas de Aqua, rendering 3s. 4d.
La Leye. ½ ferling similarly held by the same Nicholas, rendering 5s.
Estecomb. 2 ferlings similarly held by Robert de Attewrthy, rendering 13s. 4d.; and ½ ferling held by Geoffrey de Cleverdon, rendering 4s. and doing suit.
Villenage:—
Twysclo. 1 ferling held by Richard de Twysclo, rendering 5s. and 5d. for boon works and tallage.
Selewrth'. 1 ferling held by Roger le Carpenter of Selewrth', rendering 5s. 5d. in the same manner; ½ ferling held by Roger de Selewrth', the younger, rendering 2s. 6d. and 5d. for his boon works; and ½ ferling held by Maud de Selewrth', rendering the same.
La Forde. 1 ferling held by Adam Coula of La Forde, rendering 5s. 5d. for boon works and tallage; ½ ferling held by Hugh Coula, rendering 2s. 6d. and 5d. for boon works; and ½ ferling held by Ralph de Ryhulle, rendering the same.
All the tenants of fees paid their scutage to Sir John de Mohun by the king's command.
Devon.Extent made in the castle of Exeter, Friday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 7 Edw. I.
Kadeleye. The manor (extent given, with names of tenants), including the following knights' fees &c.:—
Legh and Wodeburne. ½ fee held by Adam de Legh, doing two suits yearly.
Nochecot. 1/5 fee held by Robert Maudut.
Boghaleg. A fifth part of 2½ ferlings land held by William de la Schute doing suit; and 2 ferlings land held by Robert de Boghalegh in wardship of the heirs of Bartholomew de Boghalegh, which he had by the demise of John de Mohun, and he does suit.
Fursdon. 1/16 knight's fee held by Walter de Fursdon, rendering two capons yearly.
Cordington. 3 ferlings land held by John de Cordington by charter, rendering 1½d.
Uppecot. 1/8 fee held by Roger de Uppecot, doing two suits yearly.
Little Tyverton. 1 carucate land held by the heirs of William de Crues, rendering 6d. yearly or a bow (arcum de hauborne).
Balleham. 10l. land held by Hugh de Ralegh, rendering 6d. yearly.
Heir as above, aged 10.
Devon.Extent made at Exeter, Wednesday the morrow of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 7 Edw. I.
Uggeburgh. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants).
He died on Sunday the feast of St. Barnabas. Heir as above, aged 10 and a little more.
Knights' fees:—
Langeford. 1 fee held by Roger de Mulys.
Ekeboclonde, Westho and Comptone. 1½ fee held by Osbert Giffard.
Extent or summary of the above manors &c. in Somerset and Devon, in the bailiwick of Sir R. de Sandwyco.
Writ of extent to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward (as above), 14 July, 7 Edw. I.
Bedford.Extent (undated).
Luytun. 97½a. 1r. arable in demesne, 5½a. meadow with pasture, and 39a. 1¼r. of demesne let to farm, a wood, 11l. 13s. 7d. rent, with 11s. 2½d. rent of customers and 2½ virgates held by customers. The jury know nothing of advowsons or knights' fees.
Warwick.Extent, the eve of St. Bartholomew, 7 Edw. I. (fragment.)
Wicheford. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants).
Writ to Ralph de Sandewyco, the king's steward, to extend the knights' fees of the said John, and thereout assign her dower to Eleanor late his wife, 20 Jan. 8 Edw. I.
Devon.Extent of knights' fees, Friday after St. Benedict the abbot, 8 Edw. I.
Little Stokeleg. Seven parts of 1 fee held by Henry Wyger in chief.
Uppecot. 1/8 fee held by Roger de Uppecot.
Bratton, Northcumb, and Southcumb. 1 fee held by Mabel Malet.
Potteford. ½ fee held by Roger Miles.
Bery. 1 fee held by Maud de Bery.
Cumpton and Bocland. 1 fee held by Osbert Gyffard.
Godeleg. 1 fee held by the prioress of Canynton, the heirs of Bartholomew Gyffard and the heirs of Robert Daubernon.
Nyweton and Weteston. ½ fee held by Bartholomew de Loryewell.
Cruk. 1 fee held by Ralph Burnel.
Gatepath. ½ fee held by James de Bolley.
Beallemers. ½ fee held by Robert Crespyn.
Hywyse. ½ fee held by Richard Tremynet.
Kentelesber and Pontesford. 1½ fee held by Mauger son of Henry.
Odeton. 1/8 fee held by Robert de Horton.
Langaford le Estre. 1 fee held by Roger de Mules.
Southwyke. ½ fee held by Robert le Deneys.
Caketrewe. ½ fee held by John Burnel.
Nuuchecote. 1/5 fee held by Robert Maudut.
Middeldon. 1/6 fee held by Roger de Middeldon.
Leghe. 1 fee held by Adam de Leghe.
Smalrig. ¼ fee held by Hugh de Raleg.
Holboweton. ⅓ fee held by William le Pruz.
Ottery Flemeng. 1½ fee held by William de Mohun.
Moneketon. ¼ fee held by the same.
Stoke Flemmeng. 1½ fee held by the same.
Galmeton. 1 fee held by the same.
Marineleg. 1 fee held by the same.
Holediche. 1/5 fee held by Henry de Brok.
Cumb of Matthew de Baunton. 1 fee held by William de Mohun.
Cordynton. 1 fee held by John de Cordynton.
Fareweye. ½ fee held by Constance la Flemmeng in dower.
Brydewyke. ¼ fee held by Mabel Malet.
Bykeworth' and La Fenne. 1/9 fee held by the same.
Bolkeworth'. ¼ fee held by Laurence de Bolkeworth'. Sum 22¼ fees, except 1 ferling.
Endorsed but crossed out:—Besides the within written, there remain 3½ fees, except 1/12 fee, within the bounds of the manor of Bradeworth whereof the said Eleanor is dowered, as appears in the extent of those lands.
Knights' fees assigned to the said Eleanor in dower in cos. Somerset, Dorset and Devon:—
Somerset.Wydecumbe. 1 fee held by Thomas de Tymworth.
Kantekesheved. 1 fee held by Philip de Cantilupo.
Hothfeud (sic) Talebot. 1 fee held by Laurence Talebot.
Leghe. ½ fee held by John Lancelevey.
Cloteworthy. 1 fee held by Roger Arundel.
[Avele.] ½ fee held by Richard Avele in the same town.
Stanton. 1 fee held by Walter de Donhaved.
[Bratton.] 1 fee held by Robert de Bratton in the same town.
Wikechampflur. 1 fee held by William de Chamflur.
Scerreveton. 1 fee held by Richard Hewis and Joan Basan.
Torvestone. ½ fee held by William le Bret.
Lydiard. ½ fee held by Thomas du Pyn and Margery Malet.
Keneford. ¼ fee held by Ralph de Basynges.
[Thorne.] 1 fee held by William de Thorne in the same town.
Hundeston. ½ fee held by Roger de Putteford.
Alledeford. 1 fee held by Simon de Raleye.
Lukkeburgheyve. 1 fee held by Gilbert de la Fosse.
Luckeberghe Everard. 1 fee held by William Everard.
Langeham Botevyleyn. 1 fee held by Geoffrey Tort.
Dorset.[Crokeston.] 1 fee held by John de Crokeston in the same town.
Chaubergh. ½ fee held by Ralph de Basynges.
Hamme. 1 fee held by John de Mohun.
Mapelderton. 1 fee held by William le Bret.
Devon.[Upecote.] ¼ fee (sic) held by Roger de Upecote in the same town.
Bratton Clavyle. 1 fee held by Maud (Matild') Malet.
Putteford. ½ fee held by Roger Miles.
Cruk. 1 fee held by Ralph Burnel.
Gatepaye and Hollemers (sic). 1 fee held by James Bolley and Robert Crespyn.
Hywase. ½ fee held by Richard Tremenet.
Kentlesber and Putteford. 1½ fee held by Henry (Henr') son of Henry.
Kaketrey. ½ fee held by John Burnel.
Nucecote. 1/5 fee held by Robert Maudut.
[Leye.] 1 fee held by Adam de Leye in the same town.
Smalrugge. ¼ fee held by Hugh de Raleye.
Holedich. 1/5 fee held by Henry du Brok.
Sum of fees assigned for dower 271/9 fees.
Knights' fees in the above counties remaining in the king's hand:—
Somerset.Sandhulle. 1 fee held by Roger de Sandhulle.
Brune. ½ fee held by Robert Martyn.
Strete and Stoclynge. 2 fees held by John de Bello Campo.
Cheryton. 1 fee held by Ralph Huse.
Torlokiston. 1 fee held by the prior of Tanton.
Holeford. 1 fee held by Matthew de Fornellis.
Scortmannesford. ¼ fee held by Thomas Tryvet.
Ethwelle Columbers. ½ fee held by John de Columbariis.
Eyli. ½ fee held by Akyna de Reynny.
Runeton. 1 fee held by Peter de Estone.
[Pauleshulle.] 1 fee held by John de Pauleshulle in the same town.
Badialton. 1 fee held by the same John, Hilary de Orwey and Peter de Wodeland.
Mansworthy. ½ fee held by Baudere de Nunyngton.
[Chebbeworthy.] ½ fee held by Robert de Chebbeworthy in the same town.
Bronton. 2 fees held by Thomas de Thymeworthy and Adam de Baggedripe.
Wellek. 1 fee held by Richard de la Plesse.
Elleworthy. 1 fee held by Thomas de Themeworthy.
Haretrowe. 1 fee held by Richard le Venaz.
Cumbe and Codeford. 1 fee held by Henry de Bayvile (sic).
Langeham Butevyleyn. ½ fee held by Hugh de la Pole.
[Luckeburg.] 1 fee held by the abbot of Clyve and Maurice de Luckeburg in the same town.
[Wetedenn.] ½ fee held by Walter de Wetedenn in the same town.
Quarme Pycot. ½ fee held by William de Kyttenore.
[Bykume.] 1 fee held by Robert de Bykume in the same town.
Bryweham. ½ fee held by Robert de Musegros.
Quarme Sibille. ¼ fee held by Robert de Bristoll.
Burdeslegh. ¼ fee held by Geoffrey le Tort.
Baggeburg. 1 fee held by Maurice de Membyres.
Bromf[eld]. 1 fee held by Walter de la Lynde.
Lynche. 1/6 fee held by Geoffrey le Tort.
Westradeewys. 1/15 fee held by Robert de Bristoll.
1/20 fee held by Walter de la Hulle in the same town.
Hauekynton. ¼ fee held by Ralph Boghan.
Pontyngton. 2 fees held by William de Chenne.
Bykenakre. 2 fees held by Richard de Wyndesore.
1 fee held by Henry de Wayvile in the same town.
[Sydenham.] 1 fee held by Walter and John de Sydenham in the same town.
Sum of fees in the county 30 fees and three parts of 1 fee.
Dorset.Toddebere. 1 fee held by John de Watelegh.
[Stupelton.] Three parts of 1 fee held by Alexander de Stupelton in the same town.
Winterburn Hugheton. 2 fees held by Osbert Giffard.
Childefrome. 2 fees held by Robert de Boys.
Little Windesore. 1 fee held by the abbot of Ford.
Sum of fees 6 fees and three parts of 1 fee.
Devon.Little Stockelegh. Seven parts of 1 fee held by Henry Wyger.
[Bery.] 1 fee held by Maud de Bery in the same town.
Cumpton and Boclande. 1 fee held by Osbert Giffard.
Godelegh. 1 fee held by the prioress of Kanynton, Bartholomew Giffard and Robert Daubernun.
Neweton and Weteston. ½ fee held by Bartholomew de Lorewelle.
Kentelesbere and Pontesford. 1½ fee held by Mauger son of Henry.
Odetone. 1/8 fee held by Robert de Horton.
Langeford le Estre. 1 fee held by Roger de Mules.
Southwyke. ½ fee held by Robert le Deneys.
Nuchecote. 1/5 fee held by Robert Maudut.
[Middelton.] 1/6 fee held by Roger de Middelton in the same town.
Holboweton. ⅓ fee held by William le Prouz.
Otery Flemyng. 1½ fee held by William de Mohun.
Monekaton. ¼ fee held by the same.
Stoke Flemang. 1½ fee held by the same.
Gamelton. 1 fee held by the same.
Marinelegh. 1 fee held by the same.
Cumbe of Matthew de Banton. 1 fee held by the same.
[Cordynton.] 1 fee held by John de Cordynton in the same town.
Fareweye. ½ fee held by Constance la Flemang.
Bruddewyk. ¼ fee held by Mabel Malet.
Bykeworth' and La Fenne. 1/9 fee held by the same.
[Bolkeworth'.] ¼ fee held by Laurence de Bolkeworth' in the same town.
Sum of fees in the county 15 fees and eight parts of 1 fee.
Southampton.[Hou.] ½ fee held by Roger de Hou in the same town.
Stubynton. ½ fee held by the abbot of Thychefeud.
(See No. 593.)
C. Edw. I. File 22. (1.)
307.Hugh de Wilyes alias de Wilie.
Writ to the sheriff of Bedford, 5 June, 7 Edw. I.
Bedford.Inq. Sunday after the translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 7 Edw. I.
Midelton. 4a. land and a messuage held of the king in chief for keeping the bailiwick of Wilie and the half bailiwick of Bulkelowe; and the said Hugh delivered to Roger his son and heir the said land and messuage with the said bailiwick at the great turn of the sheriff after the feast of St. Michael, 5 Edw. I., and he held them until the death of the said Hugh, on Saturday after the Assumption, 6 Edw. I., when the sheriff and escheator seized the whole tenement of the said Hugh into the king's hand, together with the said 4a., messuage and bailiwick.
Midelton. A messuage and 4½a. land held of Gilbert Garlek by doing to Robert de Camera 1d. yearly and the king's service; 1r. land held of Walter le Noreys, doing ½d. yearly; 1a. land held of Robert son of Ernisius, doing 1lb. pepper to John son of Roger de Midelton; a messuage and 3a. and 3r. land held of John son of Ernisius, doing ..., and 2a. meadow doing 1½d. yearly; a messuage and 1 virgate land with a messuage held of Sir John de Wahull, doing a garland of roses yearly; and other small pieces of land held of divers persons (extent given).
Turveya. A capital messuage, 60a. land, and 2a. meadow, held of William le Mordaunt, doing 7½d. yearly, homage and relief, who held it of Sir Richard de Borard of the fee of Beuver, doing the same service; and after the death of the said William, the said Hugh paid to the said Richard the same 7½d. as guardian of the heir of the said William; 2 messuages and 28a. land held of the heirs of Richard de Ardres of the fee of Gloucester, doing ½d. and 1lb. cummin yearly; 8a. held of William Maudoyt, doing 1½d. yearly; 3a. land and two parts of ½a. meadow held of Hugh le Moyne of the fee of the church, doing 2d. yearly; 5a. land and 1r. meadow held of Roger le Keu of the fee of the hospital, doing 1d. yearly; 4a. land held of Nicholas le Chaumpiun, doing 1½d.; 3a. land held of Mabel le Ruwe; 2a. 1r. held of Philip son of Ralph; 4a. held of William Kugel; 4a. held of Nicholas son of Hamo; 8a. held of John son of John; 12a. and a messuage held of Mary daughter of Robert de Bosco; the whole meadow called Edwinesmede held of the fee of Beuver; 10s. rent held of Simon de Holewell and Sarah his wife by the sale of Henry de Ilketeshale and Joan his wife; and other small pieces of land held of divers persons (extent given); the whole worth 117s. 4½d. yearly, and held by service of 2s. 9¾d., 1lb. pepper, 1lb. cummin, a pear, a garland of roses, and a rose yearly.
He died on Saturday after the Assumption, 6 Edw. I. Roger his son, aged 21 at the feast of St. Benedict in March next, is his next heir.
Writ of plenius certiorari whether the said Hugh held the said messuage and 4a. in Middelton for life or to himself and his heirs, and whether and how he enfeoffed the said Roger thereof, 20 Aug. 7 Edw. I.
Bedford.Inq. (undated.)
Middelton. A messuage and 4a. land held of the king as abovesaid. The jury know nothing of any feoffment made thereof by the said Hugh to the said Roger, but he delivered them to him with the said bailiwicks as abovesaid, and never changed his estate therein afterwards.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (2.)
308.Peter le Mareschall, of Badewe.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 19 Sept. 7 Edw. I.
[Essex.]Inq. (undated and defective.)
[Unspecified.] A messuage with garden, 150a. arable, 9a. meadow, 13a. pasture, 40s. rent of free tenants, issues of the hays around the fields, &c. held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping the king's palfry for forty days at the king's charges at the king's pleasure, and he owed one suit at the king's hundred of Chelmareford ... 2s. yearly, and 6d. for sheriff's aid; and 2a. land held of Thomas Warin by service of 10d. yearly.
He had [four daughters] and heirs, of whom the eldest called Beatrice, who is dead, had a son John de Springefeud, who is under [age and] is in the wardship of Richard de Springefeud his father; the second called Margery, married to Geoffry le Paumere and of full age; [the third] called Isabel, married to Richard de Badewe and of full age; and the fourth called Gencelina, married to [Alexander] de Monteney and of full age.
Writ 20 Sept. 7 Edw. I.
Essex.Extent Monday before St. Edward ... (defective.)
Great Badewe. A m(essuage), 150a. arable, 9a. meadow, 13a. pasture ... 15s. 7d. rent and ½lb. pepper, pannage of the wood and hays worth 3s. &c., held by serjeanty of keeping a palfry for forty days at the king's cost, one suit at the king's hundred (court) of Chelmersford, and 6d. for the aid of the sheriff of Essex; and 2a. arable held of Thomas son of Warin by 10d. rent.
He had four daughters, the eldest of whom is dead, and her son is 20 at Easter, 7 Edw. I.; the three other daughters are of full age.
Writ of partition into four parts, 20 Jan. 8 Edw. I.
Essex.Partition Thursday the morrow of St. Valentine, 8 Edw. I.
Partition of the lands &c. of the said Peter in Great Badewe into four parts, made in the presence of the above said heirs, viz.—John son of Beatrice the eldest daughter, aged 20, Margery, Isabel, and Alexander de Munteny father of John son and heir of Gencelina the fourth daughter deceased, who was aged 5 about Epiphany in the said year. And if the capital messuage ought to remain wholly to the heir of the eldest daughter, then he ought to satisfy the others with 6a. land each.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (3.)
309.Hugh le Botiller.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 8 June, 7 Edw. I.
Essex.Inq. Monday before St. Michael, 7 Edw. I.
Pritelwelle. A messuage not built, with 49a. land, which he demised long before his death to William Buss and Lecia his wife by charter of feoffment, rendering 1d. yearly for eight years, and after that 8l. yearly to him and his heirs; 13a. land, whereof he enfeoffed the said William and Lecia four years before his death, rendering ½ mark yearly; and 5a. held of him by John le Butiler of ancient tenure, rendering for that tenement and others 12d.; all held of the king in chief of the honour of Reyleye by service of ¼ knight's fee, and doing suit at the hundred and barony (courts) of Reyleye, and 3d. for hidage. Also 20a. land held of the heirs of Hugh de Polstede, rendering 8s.; and a messuage and 100a. land and a marsh, held of the heirs of Schopilaunde, rendering 36s. yearly, of which marsh he enfeoffed Gilbert de Reyleye of two parts long before his death, rendering a clove gillyflower yearly for nineteen years, and afterwards 30l. yearly. And he held 11s. 11d. rent of free tenants of the fee of Scopilande.
William his son, aged 8½, his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (4.)
310.Payn de Cadurcis.
Mandate from Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, to the sheriff of Southampton (Hamton), reciting writ of 20 Sept. 7 Edw. I.
Southampton.Inq. (undated.)
Kyngesumburn and Langestok. The manors held of the king in chief, together with the manors of Marthon and Burbach in co. Wilts, for 2 knights' fees.
Patrick de Cadurcis his brother, aged 25 and more, is his next heir.
Mandate from Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, to the sheriff of Northampton, reciting writ of 20 Sept. 7 Edw. I.
Northampton.Inq. Tuesday before St. Michael, 7 Edw. I.
Stokbruere. The manor (extent given), including the gardens of Stoke and Aldrinton, held, with whatever he held in the county, of Sir John de Warrena, earl of Surrey, in chief by service of doing foreign service to the same earl pertaining to one small knight's fee of Mortain.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (5.)
311.Godfrey le Faukoner.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 28 July, 7 Edw. I.
[Kent.]Inq. Saturday after the Assumption, 7 Edw. I.
Herst. The manor (extent given) held of the king by serjeanty of keeping one of the king's falcons every year from the feast of St. Michael to the Purification whilst the season of falcons lasts at the king's charges.
Robert his first born son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
Sussex.Extent, Saturday after St. Laurence, 7 Edw. I.
Heen. The manor (extent given).
Muchelgrove. The manor (extent given).
Both held of Sir William de Brewos' in chief by service of 1¾ knight's fee, and suit at his court of Brembre.
Heir as above, aged 40.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (6.)
312.Amice de Gorham.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 16 Aug. 7 Edw. I.
Northampton.Inq. made at Corby, Thursday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 7 Edw. I.
Cotene. A messuage and 1 carucate land, worth 8l., held of Sir Laurence de Preston, rendering 6d. yearly for all service and a clove gillyflower to Sir Richard de Fremauntell.
Sir John de Kirkeby is her next heir and of full age.
Leicester.Inq. made at the bridge of Rokingham, Thursday the eve of St. Giles, 7 Edw. I.
Medburn. 47s. 9d. rent, with the advowson of the church, held of the king by service of ½0 knight's fee; 2 virgates land held of Sir Thomas de Chaworth, rendering 1lb. cummin yearly; a messuage and 3 bovates land held of Sir John de Burneben, rendering 20d. yearly; and 8a. land held of John Gerin, rendering 3d. yearly.
Drayton. A messuage and 1 virgate and 8a. land held of the chief lords of Brinegehurst, rendering 1lb. cummin yearly.
Prestgrave. 1 bovate land with 3s. rent, viz.—6a. held of the feoffment of Geoffrey Datchet, 8a. of the feoffment of Thomas le Clerk, and 3a. of the feoffment of Stephen Bisshop, without service.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (7.)
313.Mary de Bekeryng.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 8 Sept. 7 Edw. I.
[Huntingdon.]Extent (undated).
Cattewrth. 1 hide land containing 160a., held of the earl of Hereford by service of 20s. yearly rent, also a messuage, dovecote, garden, windmill, 3a. meadow, rents from free tenants, and 1½ virgate land held by three villeins paying 24s.
She died Thursday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist. Sir Thomas de Bekering, her son, age 30, is her next heir.
Similar writ to Thomas de Normanville, the king's steward, 8 Sept. 7 Edw. I.
Northumberland.Extent, Sunday after St. Matthew, 7 Edw. I.
Bolum. A moiety of the manor (extent given).
Lytledon. 60a. land and pasture of the moor of Harewode.
Bradeford. 1 carucate land and 4 tofts.
Bradeford and Ayden. 42s. rent from the mills, and 13s. 8d. and 3lb. cummin, services of free tenants.
All held of the king in chief by service of 1½ knight's fee.
Middelton. 72a. land and a moiety of a water mill.
Hernham. The manor (extent given).
All held of Sir Hugh de la Vall' by service of 1 knight's fee.
Heir as above, aged 40.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (8.)
314.Walter Giffard, Archbishop Of York.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, 27 April, 7 Edw. I. with return.
Wilts.Extent, Wednesday the eve of the Ascension.
Boyton. The manor, held of Sir John Giffard for 1 fee.
Sir Godfrey Giffard, bishop of Worcester, is his next heir and of full age.
Somerset.Inq. Sunday after the Invention of the Holy Cross.
Radene. The manor, held of Sir Payn de Chaurz by service of 1 knight's fee.
Sir Godfrey Giffard, his brother, is his next heir, and of full age.
Hereford.Inq. Monday after the Ascension, 7 Edw. I.
Tatinton. 1 carucate land worth 5 marks, and 14s. rent of assize.
Bullinghope. ⅓ carucate land put to fee farm for 36s. yearly.
[C]lehangre and Bullinghope. 51s. rent of assize.
All held of the king in chief by service of 1/6 knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Gloucester.Inq. Sunday before the Ascension, 7 Edw. I.
Norton sub-egg'. The manor.
Weston sub-egg'. The manor with the advowson of the church.
All held of the king in chief for ½ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Southampton.Inq. (undated.)
Ichulle and Cove. The manor, held of Nicholas, bishop of Winchester, by service of 1½ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
[Oxford.]Inq. (undated.)
Alcrinton. The manor (extent given), held of John de Lodbrok, knight, in chief doing 1d. yearly for all service, and scutage when it comes, and not of the king in chief by reason of a certain barony which he held in cos. Gloucester, Hereford and Wilts. He held nothing else in cos. Oxford or Berks.
Heir as above, aged 44.
Writ to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, 16 May, 7 Edw. I.
Nottingham.Inq. Tuesday after St. Michael, 7 Edw. I.
Lanum. A toft and 16a. held of William de Beleu, rendering 2d. yearly.
Heir as above.
York.Inq. Monday after the octave of the Holy Trinity, 7 Edw. I.
Burlay in the wapentake of Skireock. The manor, which he bought of Sir Ralph Maunsel, to be held to him and his heirs of the archbishop of York for the time being, by service of ½ knight's fee, and suit at the archbishop's court of Ottelay.
Pole manor. 50s. rent from the mill &c. held of the lord, and the said lord is bound by his charter to defend them.
Heir as above.
York.Inq. Monday after the octave of the Holy Trinity, 7 Edw. I.
Abholm in the wapentake of Barkeston. The manor, viz.—60a. only, which he bought of Sir William de Hamelton, to be held to him and his heirs, and it ought to be held of the archbishop of York for the time being, and to be defended against the archbishop by the lords of Steweton in all services for so much land.
Heir as above.
[York.]Inq. Wednesday before St. Barnabas, 7 Edw. I.
Molescroft territory. 5 bovates land, held of his own purchase of the archbishop of York and his successors by foreign service only.
Endorsed:—Liberty of Beverley.
Heir as above.
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315.William de Wyndesore.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 6 Feb. 7 Edw. I.
[Middlesex.]Inq. (undated.)
Stanewelle. The manor (extent given) held on the day he died of King Henry in chief by service of rendering 16s. 8d. at the castle of Wyndesor for guard every forty days, for 6¼ knights' fees which were held of the said William in divers counties, each of which rendered to him 6s. 8d. every twenty-four weeks. The said William's lands in co. Middlesex with the said fees are worth 16l. 18s. 9d. yearly, and the jury know not by what service they are held except as abovesaid. He held nothing of anyone but the king.
Richard de Wyndesore, aged 21 come Friday next after the Annunciation, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 22. (10.)