Feet of Fines for Warwickshire
1195-1272

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Institute of Historical Research

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Major-General Hon. George Wrottesley (editor)

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1883

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260-263

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'Feet of Fines for Warwickshire: 1195-1272', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 4 (1883), pp. 260-263. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52399 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Extracts from the Pedes Finium, Warwickshire, Temp. Richard I., King John, And Henry III.

Date.Complainant.Tenant or Deforciant.Subject of Fine, and Result.
Westminster, 22nd October, 1195.Thomas de ArderneGeoffrey le SalwageA Knight's fee in Wotton. Thomas releases his claim to the Knight's fee, and likewise to land in Estwode, of which Hugh de Saye is capital lord. He also quit-claims to Geoffrey the land of . . . . . which was the maritagium of Lettice the mother of Geoffrey, and Geoffrey gives Thomas 15 marks.
Westminster, 7th May, 1197.Simon de BertonRoger la WaiteThirty acres and a virgate of land in Berton. Simon acknowledges the land to be the right of Roger, for which Roger gives to Simon half a virgate of land in Berton ; and Simon gives to Roger half a mark, and a croft which Simon brother of Roger la Waite held.
Westminster, 12th November, 1199.Gilbert CrocHugh de Loges and Margaret his wife.A hide of land in Sowe. Gilbert remits his claim, for which Hugh and Margaret give him half a virgate of land in Sowe, and half the wood he held of Hugh and Margaret, together with two hides in Grenebergh (Granborough) and Caudicote (Caldicote) to be held of Hugh and Margaret and their heirs for 10s. yearly.
Northampton, 16th July, 1201.Margaret de Handesacre (by William fitz Simon put in her place).William, Abbot of PipewellHalf a Knight's fee in Causton. Margaret remits all claim, for which the Abbot gives her 50 marks in money, a hundred sheep, and a palfrey.
Coventry, 5th August, 1202.Margaret de HandesacreRobert Blund and Petronilla his wife.The service owing for three virgates of land in Wilebi. Robert and Petronilla to hold the tenements of Margaret and her heirs for 7s. 6d. yearly.
Northampton, 6th May, 1203.Waleran, Earl of WarwickRalph BassetA fence in Draitun, raised to the injury of the Earl's forest of Colnesfield (Sutton Coldfield). Ralph concedes to the Earl and his heirs two bucks yearly, to be delivered to the Earl's bailiff at Sutton.
Westminster, 23rd May, 1204.Henry de ArmentiersGeoffrey le SauvageA Knight's fee in Wotton. Henry acknowledges the Knight's fee to be the right of Geoffrey, for which Geoffrey grants to him and his heirs one-third part of it.
Winchester, 2nd March, 1210.Richard de ClinchampAlbreda, widow of William de Kamvill.A rent of 30s. in Arwe (Arrow). Richard remits his claim, for which Albreda gives him two virgates of land in Arwe to be held by the service of one-ninth of a Knight's fee.
Westminster, 27th January, 1220.William de KamvillAlbreda MarmiunHalf a Knight's fee in Arewe. Albreda to hold it for her life, and to revert, after her death, to William and his heirs.
Coventry, 30th September, 1221.William, son of MatthewRobert BagotFive acres in Morton. William remits all claim.
Coventry, 6th October, 1221.Robert HastengRobert de PasciAdvowson of the Church of Newbold. Robert de Pasci remits all claim.
Westminster, 20th January, 1222.Robert HastengPrior of St. OswaldAdvowson of the Church of Newbold. Robert acknowledges the advowson to be the right of the Prior, as that which he had of the gift of Attrop Hasteng, grandfather of Robert, and he conceded to the Prior the advowson of Lemington and a mill in Saltford, which the said Prior held of the gift of the same Attrop ; and for this acknowledgment and concession the Prior remits all claim to the advowson of Chebbesee, which he had of the gift of the same Attrop. saving to the Prior and his successors the pension due to him from the said Church.
Lichfield, 20th October, 1222.Roger Asdames and Alice his wifeHenry, son of William de Thickebrome.A carucate of land in Kinesburi, and twenty acres in Fresdlega. Henry called to warranty William his brother, and Roger and Alice remit their claim.
Coventry, 19th November, 1226.William de WrotteleSimon de Cocton and Constance his wife.A fourth part of a hide of land in La Wyke (Wyke in Conghton). William remits his claim, for which Simon and Constance gave him a mark of silver.
Warwick, 24th November, 1226.Robert HastengNicholas de VerdunThe service due for half a Knight's fee in Fleckenho. Nicholas acknowledges the service of half a Knight's fee to be due to Robert.
Coventry, 8th July, 1232.Hervey de StaffordVivian de StandonThe service due for two hides of land in Dicheford, for which Hervey claimed the service of one Knight's fee. Vivian acknowledged the service of half a Knight's fee to be due to Hervey and his heirs, and gave him 12 marks of silver.
St. Bridget, London, 25th June, 1239.Vivian de StandonFraricus de DychefordThe manor of Dycheford. Vivian acknowledged the manor to be the right of Fraricus, to be held by him and his heirs, of Vivian and his heirs, for the service of a Knight's fee and 4s. annual rent.
Coventry, 27th October, 1241.Alice, widow of William La WeyteAdam the ChaplainA messuage and two virgates of land in Barton. Adam quit-claims to Alice and her heirs all his right.
Westminster, 27th October, 1244.Isabella de Sumervill (by William de Sumervill put in her place).John Perdrich and Margaret his wife.Twenty-four acres of land in Merston Sukeburg and Sukeburg. Isabella and her heirs to hold the land of John and Margaret and their heirs for a pair of white gloves yearly; and Isabella gave them 13 marks.
Warwick, 27th April, 1247.Alice CrokHugh, son of Hugh de LogesAlice complained that against the tenor of a fine levied in the reign of King John between Gilbert Croc, brother of Alice, whose heir she is, and Hugh de Loges and Margaret his wife, mother of the said Hugh, whose heir he is, respecting half a virgate of land in Sowe, and half the wood in the same vill, and two hides of land in Grenebergh and Caldecote, Hugh distrained her to do suit at his Court at Sowe, &c. Hugh de Loges acknowledges the land and wood to be the right of Alice and her heirs, and remits the suit of Court.
Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Robert HastengHugh, son of HenryA hide of land in Hulle and Lemington. Hugh acknowledges the land to be the right of Robert, to be held of the capital lords of the fee, for which Robert gives him 80 marks.
Westminster, 20th January, 1255.Giles de ErdingtonWilliam de Barre and Christiana his wife.A messuage and one-fourth of a virgate of land in Brochurst. William and Christiana acknowledge the tenement to be the right of Giles, to be held by him and his heirs, of William and Christiana and the heirs of Christiana.
Westminster, 7th May, 1256.Robert de WychefordRobert de GrendonThe manor of Dersetehulle, which Joan de Berkele held in dower of the inheritance of Robert de Grendon by the service of half a Knight's fee. Robert de Grendon acknowledges the service of half a Knight's fee to be the right of Robert de Wycheford, to be held by Robert de Wycheford and his heirs, of Robert de Grendon and his heirs for a pair of gold spurs yearly; and for this recognition Robert de Wycheford concedes to Walter de Manecestre and Erneburga his wife the said service of half a Knight's fee, to be held by Walter and Erneburga and the heirs of Erneburga for a pair of gold spurs yearly, and Robert de Wycheford concedes that the said manor, which after the death of Joan should revert to Robert de Grendon and his heirs, should remain after the death of Joan to Walter and Erneburga and the heirs of Erneburga; and if Erneburga should die without issue, the manor to revert to Robert de Wycheford and his heirs, to be held of Robert de Grendon and his heirs for the service of half a Knight's fee.
Westminster, 24th November, 1261.Peter de MontfortRobert HastengThe service which Peter claimed for a free tenement in Notehurst, viz., one-fourth of a Knight's fee. Peter acknowledges the said fourth of a Knight's fee to be the right of Robert, to be held by Robert and his heirs, of Peter and his heirs; Robert to pay 10s. out of every scutage levied of 40s.
Warwick, 7th June, 1262.Alan de RomilyHugh de LogesA hide of land in Cestreton. Alan remits all claim, for which Hugh gave him 2 marks.
Warwick, 20th June, 1262.Roger de SomeryWilliam de BurminghamThe services and customs which Roger claimed from William for Burmingham and its members. Roger claiming the service of eight and-a half Knights' fees and one-fourth of a Knight's fee, and suit of Court at Duddeley every three weeks. William acknowledged the service of eight and a half Knights' fees, and one-fourth of a Knight's fee, and suit of Court at Duddeley twice a year, viz., at the first Court after Michaelmas, and first Court after Easter, and whenever the King's writ of right is pleaded in the Court, and for strengthening (afforciamentum) of the Court when it is necessary to convoke all the Knights and Peers (Pares) of the said Court, holding by Knight's service, when difficult suits are to be adjudicated, and as often as a robber is there for judgment, at reasonable summons.
Warwick, 13th June, 1262.William ChaceroHenry de Morf and Isabella his wife.A messuage and half a virgate of land, and one-fourth of a virgate in Prenestorp and Strattonupon-Dunnesmore. William and his heirs to hold the tenement of Henry and Isabella and heirs of Isabella for a farthing annually.
Warwick, 13th June, 1262.Richard WalerandHenry de Morf and Isabella his wife.A messuage and a virgate of land in Pernesthorp. Richard and his heirs to hold the tenement of Henry and Isabella and heirs of Isabella for 12d. yearly; and Richard gave them 20 marks.
Warwick, 2nd May, 1272.William, Prior of HertfordJohn de SomervillAdvowson of the Church of Stocton. John remits his claim, for which the Prior gave him 100s.