Staffordshire Fines
1-10 Edward III

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Institute of Historical Research

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Major-General Hon. G. Wrottesley & Rev. F. Parker (editors)

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1890

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127-141

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'Staffordshire Fines: 1-10 Edward III', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 11 (1890), pp. 127-141. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52492 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Final Concords, Staffordshire. Temp. E. III.

No. 1. Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 1 E. III.

Between Peter de Daddesley, complainant, and Nicholas Marreys and Joan his wife, deforciants of one and a half bovate of land, two acres of meadow, and half a messuage in Legh.

Nicholas and Joan acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Peter and his heirs, for which Peter gave them 20 marks.

No. 2. Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 1 E. III. (1st July, 1327.)

Between John, son of John le Parkere, of Rolleston, complainant, and John le Parkere, of Rolleston, deforciant of a messuage and two virgates of land in Rolleston.

John le Parkere acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, son of John, for which the said John, son of John, granted them to John le Parkere for his life, with reversion to John, son of John, and his heirs for ever.

No. 3. Octaves of the Holy Trinity. 1 E. III.

Between Ralph, son of William de Tetusworth, complainant, and Henry, son of William de Tetusworth, deforciant of three messuages, three bovates of land, ten acres of meadow, and twelve acres of wood in Leek.

Afterwards enrolled at York on the Octaves of St. Martin, 1 E. III. (18th Nov., 1327).

Henry acknowledged the tenements to belong to Ralph and his heirs, for which Ralph gave him 20 marks.

No. 4. Octaves of Holy Trinity 1 E. III.

Between Roger de Okovre and Christiana, his wife, complainants, and William, Parson of the Church of Enefeld, deforciant of the manor of Okovere; and afterwards enrolled at York on the Octaves of St. Martin, 1 E. III. (18th Nov., 1327).

Roger acknowledged the manor to belong to William, for which William granted the manor to Roger and Christiana, to be held by them and the heirs of Roger.

No. 5. Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 1 E. III. (1st July, 1327.)

Between Adam de Cank and Margery his wife, complainants, and William le Somenour of Stafford, deforciant of a messuage in Stafford; afterwards enrolled at York on the Octaves of St. Martin, 1 E. III. (18th Nov., 1327).

Adam and Margery acknowledged the tenement to belong to William, for which William granted it to the said Adam and Margery and the heirs of Margery for ever.

No. 6. Octaves of Holy Trinity. 1 E. III.

Between Nicholas de Denston, complainant, and William de Greneleye and Sibil, his wife, deforciants of a messuage, three and a half acres of land, and one rood of meadow in Bromleye Bagot. Afterwards enrolled at York on the Octaves of St. Hillary, 1 E. III. (20th Jan., 1328.)

William and Sibil acknowledged the tenements to belong to Nicholas and his heirs, for which Nicholas gave them 10 marks.

No. 7. On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 1 E. III. (8th July, 1327.)

Between Henry de Morf, complainant, and William de Stretton, Parson of the Church of Upton, deforciant of a messuage, two mills, two carucates of land, one acre of meadow, four acres of wood, twenty acres of heath, and 113s. 2d. of rent in Morf, near Eveneveld.

Afterwards enrolled at York on the Quindene of St. Hillary, 2 Ed. III.

Henry acknowledged the tenements to belong to William, for which the said William granted them to Henry for his life, with remainder to Henry son of Henry, and his issue, and in default of such, to John, brother of Henry and his issue, and in default of such, to Hugh, brother of John, and his issue, and in default of such, to Robert, brother of Hugh, and his issue, and if Robert died without issue, to remain to the right heirs of Henry de Morf for ever.

No. 8. On the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 1 E. III.

Between William de Thamenhorn and Alice his wife, complainants, and Thomas, Parson of the Church of Blithefeld, deforciant of sixteen messuages, three carucates of land, six acres of meadow, ten acres of wood, six acres of pasture, and 4 marks of rent in Thamenhorn and Herton.

Afterwards enrolled at York on the Quindene of St. Hillary, 3 E. III.

William acknowledged the tenements to belong to Thomas, for which the said Thomas granted them to William and Alice and their issue, and if they should die s.p., to remain to the right heirs of William.

(No Number.) At York, on the Quindene of St. Michael. 2 E. III. (13th October, 1328.)

Between John de Aston and Emma his wife, complainants, and Richard de Norton, Vicar of the Church of Preez, deforciant of a messuage, five and a half virgates of land, ten acres of pasture, and £10 rent in Great Heywode and Charteleye.

John acknowledged the tenements to belong to Richard, for which Richard granted them to John and Emma for their lives, remainder to Roger, son of John and his issue, in default of such, to John, brother of Roger, and his issue, and in default of such, to Richard, brother of John, and his issue, and if Richard died s.p. to remain to the right heirs of John de Aston.

No. 9. At York, on the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 2 E. III.

Between Roger Arncevey, of Cumberford, and Isabella, his wife, complainants, and William, son of John Breton, deforciant of a messuage and half a virgate of land in Cumberford, afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Quindene of St. Michael, 3 E. III.

Roger and Isabella acknowledged the tenements to belong to William, for which William granted them to Roger and Isabella for their lives, with remainder to William, their son, and Margaret, daughter of Richard de Cumberford and their issue, and in default of such, to Emma, sister of the said William, son of Roger, and her issue, and in default of such, to the heirs of the said Isabella for ever.

No. 10. At York, on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 2 E. III.

Between John, son of William de Kynardeseye and Joan his wife, complainants, and William Bryan, Parson of Tatenhull, deforciant of the manor of Great Lockesleye.

John and Joan acknowledged the manor to belong to William, for which William granted it to the said John and Joan and their issue, and if they died s.p. to remain to Geoffrey de Dethek and his heirs for ever.

John, son of Richard de Calewych, put in his claim.

No. 11. At York, on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 2 E. III. (27th January, 1328).

Between Adam de Mucleston and Joan his wife, complainants, and William de Weston, Chaplain, deforciant of the manor of Mucleston, and advowson of the church of the same.

Adam acknowledged the said manor and advowson to belong to William, for which William granted them to Adam and Joan and their issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of Adam.

No. 54. (fn. 1) On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 3 E. III.

Between Roger Snell, of Stafford, complainant, and William de Shradecote, of Stafford, and Alice his wife, deforciants of a messuage, twelve acres of land, the half of a rood of meadow, and 16d. of rent in Coton, near Stafford.

William and Alice acknowledged the tenements to belong to Roger and his heirs, for which the said Roger gave them 10 marks.

No. 55. At York, on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 2 E. III.

Between John de Mollesleye, junior, complainant, and John de Mollesleye, senior, deforciant of a messuage and a carucate of land in Mollesleye.

John de Mollesleye, junior, acknowledged the tenements to belong to John de Mollesleye, senior, for which the said John granted them to John de Mollesleye, junior, and his issue, rendering 10 marks yearly to him for his life, and if John de Mollesleye, junior, died without issue, to remain to William, brother of the said John (junior), and his issue, and in default of such, to Hugh, brother of William, and his issue, and in default of such, to revert to John de Mollesleye, senior, and his heirs for ever.

No. 56. On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 1 E. III. (14th June, 1327.)

Between Ralph Basset, of Weldon, and Joan his wife, complainants, and Richard de Braybrok, Parson of Cranesle, deforciant of the manor of Madele Alphon.

Richard acknowledged the manor to belong to Ralph and Joan and the heirs of Ralph for ever, and for which acknowledgment Ralph and Joan gave Richard 10 marks.

No. 12. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 3 E. III.

Between Richard Othehull of Bradeleye and Alice his wife, complainants, and John le Clerk, of Bradele, deforciant of a virgate of land in Bradeleye.

Richard acknowledged the land to belong to John, for which the said John granted it to Richard and Alice and the heirs male of their bodies, and in default of such, to remain to Lettice, daughter of the said Richard and her issue, and in default of such, to Joan, sister of Lettice, and her issue, and in default of such, to Margery, sister of Joan, and her issue, and if Margery died s.p. to remain to the right heirs of Richard.

No. 13. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 4 E. III. (13th October, 1330.)

Between William, son of Richard de Marnham and Alianora his wife, complainants, by her custos, Thomas de Aston, and Bertram de Marnham, deforciant of the manor of Oxeleye, save 100 acres of waste, and a moiety of the manor of West Bromwich, save 100 acres of waste.

William acknowledged the said manor and moiety to belong to Bertram, for which the said Bertram granted the said manor and two parts of the said moiety to William and Alianora and their issue, and further granted that the third part of the said moiety which William Blanchard and Clemence his wife held as dower of Clemence, and which after the death of Clemence should revert to him, should remain to William and Alianora; and if William and Alianora died s.p. the said manor and moiety shall remain to the right heirs of William.

No. 14. On the Octaves of St. Martin. 4 E. III. (18th November, 1330.)

Between John, son of Philip de Aust of Swynfen, complainant, and William de Stokes, of Lychefeld, and Margery his wife, deforciants of six acres of land in Lychefeld.

William and Margery acknowledged the land to belong to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 100s.

No. 15. On the Quindene of St. Martin. 4 E. III. (25th November, 1330.)

Between William Dercok, of Lychefeld, complainant, and William de Stokes and Margery his wife, deforciants of five and a half acres of land in Lychefeld.

William and Margery acknowledged the tenements to belong to William Dercok and his heirs, for which he gave them £10.

No. 16. Octaves of the Purification. 4 E. III. (9th February, 1330.)

Between Nicholas le Mareschal and Margaret his wife, complainants, and Adam de Ruggelegh and Agnes, his wife, deforciants of a messuage, twenty acres of land, 10s. of rent, and half an acre of meadow in Morghwale, and Longedon.

Nicholas and Margaret acknowledged the tenements to belong to Adam, for which Adam and Agnes granted them to Nicholas and Margaret and their issue, rending a rose yearly, and if they died s.p. to revert to Adam and Agnes and the heirs of Agnes for ever.

No. 17. On the Quindene of Easter. 4 E. III.

Between Ralph le Burgoynon and Joan his wife, complainants, and John le Say, of Dunston, deforciant of two messuages, one carucate and two bovates of land, ten acres of meadow, twenty acres of waste, and 4s. rent in Longeton, near Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Ralph and Joan acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, for which the said John granted them to Ralph and Joan and their male issue, and if they died without issue male, to remain to the right heirs of Joan.

No. 18. At a month from Easter. 4 E. III.

Between Robert de Stepelton and Isabella his wife, complainants, and William le Deystere, of Bermyngham, Chaplain, deforciant of the manor of Great Barre, and a messuage and one carucate of land in Great Barre, and the advowson of the church of Alrewych.

William granted the said manor, tenements, and advowson to Robert and Isabella and their issue, and if they died s.p. to remain to William de Bermyngeham and Matilda his wife, and their issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of William de Bermyngeham, and for this grant Robert and Isabella gave to William le Deystere 100 marks. Endorsed.

Robert, son of Philip de Stepelton, put in his claim.

No. 19. On the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 4 E. III.

Between Roger de Cavereswell and Alice his wife, complainants, and Walter Bussey, deforciant of a messuage, three bovates and three and a half virgates of land, 30s. of rent, and half a mill in Levedale, Bylyngton, and Melewych, and the fourth part of the manor of Dulverne, and of a mill in Fossebrok.

Roger acknowledged the said tenements and rent and fourth part of the manor to belong to Walter, for which Walter granted them to Roger and Alice for their lives, remainder to Henry, son of Roger and Alice, and his issue, and in default of such, to Amice, sister of Henry, and her issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of Roger.

No. 20. On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 4 E. III. (8th July, 1330.)

Between Dionisia, formerly wife of William de Sperham, complainant, and Walter de Mogynton, deforciant of a message, four bovates and twelve acres of land, sixteen acres of meadow, and 13d. of rent in Wyghtmere, Hornynglowe, and Stretton.

Dionisia acknowledged the tenements to belong to Walter, for which Walter granted them to Dionisia for her life, with remainder to John, her son, and his issue, and in default of such, to Walter, brother of said John, and his issue, and in default of such, to Thomas and Nicholas, brothers of Walter, and the issue of Nicholas, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of Dionisia.

No. 21. On the Octaves of the Holy Trinity. 4 E. III.

Between James de Audeleye and Eva his wife, complainants, and Richard de Delves and Richard de Boghay, deforciants of four acres of land and twelve acres of turbary in Mere, by Assheleye, and the fourth part of the manor of Mere, and a fourth part of the same manor. (fn. 2)

James acknowledged the tenements and fourth part of the said manor to belong to Richard de Delves: for which the said Richard and Richard de Boghay granted them to James and Eva for their lives, with remainder to Peter, son of James, and his male issue, and in default of such, to James, brother of the said Peter, and his male issue, and in default of such, to the heirs male of the body of James de Audeleye, and in default of such, to Katherine, daughter of the said James de Audeleye, and her male issue, and in default of such, to Anne, sister of Katherine, and her male issue, and in default of such, to Hawise, sister of Anne, and her male issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of James de Audeleye for ever

No. 22. On the Octaves of St. Martin. 5 E. III. (18th November, 1331.)

Between Roger, son of Roger de Pycheford, of Blumenhull, and Alianora his wife, complainants, and William de Chylynton, Chaplain, deforciant of a messuage, two carucates of land, twelve acres of meadow, twelve acres of wood and £4 10s. rent in Blumenhull.

Roger acknowledged the tenements to belong to William, for which William granted them to Roger and Alianora and the issue of Roger, and if Roger died s.p. to remain to Roger, son of John de Pycheford, of Blumenhull and his issue, and in default of such, to Roger, son of Richard de Ovyoteshay, junior (juniori), and his issue, and in default of such, to Robert, son of Peter de Joneston, and his issue, and in default of such, to Roger, son of William de le Burgh, and his issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of Roger, son of Roger de Pycheford.

No. 23. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 5 E. III. (13th October, 1331.)

Between Roger, son of William de Wrekworthyn of Tresel, and Agnes his wife, complainants, and John, son of William de Wrekworthyn of Tresel, Chaplain, deforciant of a messuage, fifty acres of land, and one acre of meadow in Tresel and Overton.

Roger acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, for which the said John granted them to Roger and Agnes, and issue of Roger, and if Roger died s.p. to remain to William, brother of Roger and his issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of William (sic) for ever.

No. 28. At one month from Easter. 5 E. III. (28th April, 1331.)

Between William de Venables, complainant, and Philip de Neubolt, Chaplain, deforciant of the moiety of the manor of Walton, by Stone.

William acknowledged the said moiety to belong to Philip, for which Philip granted it to William for his life, with remainder to Richard de Venables and his issue, and in default of such, to William, brother of Richard and his male issue, and in default of such, to Roger, brother of William and his male issue, and in default of such, to Gilbert, brother of Roger and his male issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of the said William de Venables.

No. 29. On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 5 E. III. (8th July, 1331.)

Between Roger Wride, of Stafford, and Agnes his wife, complainants, and John Wride, Clerk, deforciant of four messuages, fifty-four acres of land, and six acres of meadow in Cavereswall, Dulverne, Mershton, Tylynton, Stafford, Foregate, and Coton.

Roger acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, for which the said John granted to Roger and Agnes a messuage in the town of Stafford for the lives of Roger and Agnes, with remainder to Roger, son of Roger and Agnes, and his issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of Roger Wride. The said John Wride further granted to Roger Wride the residue of the said tenements for the life of Roger, and after his death, two messuages, thirty-nine acres of land and four acres of meadow in Caverswall, Tylynton, and Coton, shall remain to Roger, son of Roger Wride and Agnes, and his issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of Roger Wride. And one messuage, fifteen acres of land, and two acres of meadow in Dulverne, shall remain to William, son of Roger Wride, and his issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of Roger Wride. Endorsed.

Henry, son of William de Careswell, put in his claim.

No. 30. On the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 5 E. III. (9th June, 1331.)

Between Richard Percy, complainant, and William Percy, of Uttokesthare deforciant of two messuages, two tofts, seventy acres of land, and five acres of meadow in Uttokeshathere and Staynford.

William granted the tenements to Richard and his issue, rendering 8 marks yearly for the life of William and a rose to the heirs of William, and if Richard died s.p., to revert to William and his heirs, and for this grant Richard gave William 20 marks.

No. 31. At three weeks from St. Michael. 6 E. III. (20th October 1332.)

Between John de Aldenham, senior, complainant, and Magister Henry de Asteleye, Parson of the church of Great Cheverel, deforciant of a messuage, a mill, a carucate and a half of land, thirty acres of meadow, thirty acres of pasture, and 50s. of rent in Covene, near Brewode.

John acknowledged the tenements to belong to Henry, for which Henry granted them to John for his life, with remainder to Hugh, son of John, and his issue, and in default of such, to John, brother of Hugh, and his issue, and in default of such, to Thomas, son of Roger de Hanleye, and his issue, and in default of such, to Roger, brother of Thomas, and his issue, and if Roger died s.p. to remain to the right heirs of John de Aldenham.

No. 24. On the Morrow of All Souls. 5 E. III. (3rd November, 1331.)

Between Robert, son of Henry de Stoke and Edith his wife, complainants, and William Henrys, of Bobynton, deforciant of a messuage, six acres of land, and one rood of land in Bobynton.

William granted the tenements to Robert and Edith and their issue, and in default of such to remain to the right heirs of Robert, and for this grant, Robert and Edith gave to William 20 marks.

No. 25. On the Octaves of St. Michael. 5 E. III. (6th October, 1331.)

Between William de Shareshull, complainant, and John de Ipstanes Chivaler, and Elizabeth his wife, and John, son of the said John, deforciants of the manor of Blythewode, and 24s. rent in Tene.

Sir John and Elizabeth, and John, son of John, acknowledged the said manor and rent to belong to William and his heirs, for which William gave them £100.

No. 26. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 4 E. II. (1st July, 1311.)

Between John de Stoke, complainant, and Henry de Verdun, deforciant of two parts of the manor of Derlaston, and two parts of one hundred acres of wood, one hundred acres of marsh, and £13 of rent, and the third part of three hundred acres of marsh in Buckenhale and Bydolf, and the advowson of the church of Bydolf.

Afterwards recorded at Westminster, on the Quindene of Easter. 5 E. III. (14th April, 1331.)

Henry acknowledged the said two parts, the tenements and advowson to belong to John, for which John granted them to Henry for his life, with remainder to Vivian de Verdun and Joan his wife, and his issue by Joan, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of Vivian for ever.

No. 27. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 4 E. II. (1st July, 1311.)

Between Vivian de Verdun and Joan his wife, complainants, and Henry de Verdun, deforciant of the third part of the manor of Derlaston, and the third part of one hundred acres of wood, one hundred acres of marsh, and of £13 of rent, and a third part of three hundred acres of marsh in Buckenhale and Bydolf, which Amice, formerly wife of Henry de Verdun, held in dower.

Afterwards recorded at Westminster, on the Quindene of Easter. 5 E. III. (14th April, 1331.)

Henry granted the reversion of the tenements and third part of the said manor to Vivian and Joan, and their issue, and if Vivian died without issue by Joan, to remain to Henry and his heirs, and for this grant Vivian and Joan gave to Henry 100 marks.

No. 36. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 6 E. III. (27th January, 1332.)

Between the Masters and Scholars of St. Michael of Cambridge, complainants, and Alexander de Walsham, deforciant of an acre of land in Chedle, and the advowson of the church.

Alexander acknowledged the said land and advowson to belong to the Master and Scholars of St. Michael and their successors, for which the said Master and Scholars gave him £20.

No. 37. On the Quindene of Easter. 6 E. III. (3rd May, 1332.)

Between Simon Geoffrey, of Neuton Suleny, complainant, and William Virley and Rose his wife, deforciants of half a messuage in Burton-uponTrent.

William and Rose acknowledged the tenement to belong to Simon and his heirs, for which Simon gave them 100s.

No. 38. On the Morrow of the Ascension. 6 E. III. (20th May. 1332.)

Between John Freman, of Barre, complainant, and Richard Freman, of Barre, and Petronilla his wife, deforciants of a messuage, thirty acres of land, six acres of meadow, and three acres of wood in Great Barre and Wodenesbury.

Richard and Petronilla acknowledged the tenements to belong to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 100 marks.

[No number.] At York, on the Octaves of St. Hillary. 6 E. III. (20th January, 1333.)

Between William de Joneston and Beatrice his wife, complainants, and Robert de Joneston, deforciant, of a messuage, a carucate of land, eight acres of meadow, four acres of wood, and 12s. 6d. rent in Blemenhull, and the advowson of the church of Blemenhull.

William acknowledged the tenements and advowson to belong to Robert, for which Robert granted them to William and Beatrice, and their issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of William for ever.

No. 32. On the Octaves of the Holy Trinity. 6 E. III. (21st June, 1332.)

Afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Morrow of All Souls. 6 E. III. (3rd November, 1332.)

Between Thomas de Halughton and Margaret his wife, complainants, and Geoffrey de Wolaston, deforciant of the manor of Dokeseye, and eightyfour acres of land, twenty-six acres of meadow, two acres of wood, eight acres of heath, and 24s. 4d. of rent in Stafford, Selkemor, Gretwode, Bradeleye, Castel near Stafford, and Wolaston.

Thomas acknowledged the manor and tenements to belong to Geoffrey, for which Geoffrey granted them to Thomas and Margaret, and their male issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of Thomas for ever.

No. 33. On the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 6 E. III. (25th June, 1332.)

Afterwards recorded at Westminster at a month from St. Michael. 6 E. III. (27th October, 1332.)

Between Roger Child and Sibil his wife, complainants, and John, son of Roger le Child, of Emkerdon, deforciant of a messuage and two virgates of land in Eccleshale.

Robert and Sibil acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, for which John granted them to Roger and Sibil, and their issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of Sibil for ever.

No. 34. On the Morrow of the Ascension. 6 E. III.

And afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Octaves of St. Michael. 6 E. III. (6th October, 1332.)

Between Hugh Jafres and Edith his wife, complainants, and Simon Saunpiere, deforciant of a messuage, sixteen acres of land, and one acre of meadow in Alveton.

Simon acknowledged the tenements to belong to Edith, for which Hugh and Edith granted them to Simon and his heirs for ever.

No. 35. At York, at three weeks from St. Michael. 1 E. III. (20th October, 1327.)

And afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 6 E. III. (27th January, 1332.)

Between Isabella, formerly wife of Thomas de Rideware, complainant, and Richard de Twyford, Chaplain, deforciant of seven messuages, seven virgates of land, six acres of meadow, and 10s. of rent in Ednynghale.

Isabella acknowledged the tenements to belong to Richard, for which Richard granted to her for her life, one messuage, and one and a half virgate of land and the said meadow and rent, together with the homage and services of John de Freford and Robert de Greselye and their heirs for the tenements they held in the said vill; and Richard further granted that the tenements held by John de Tamworth, William de Mousle, Henry Sele, and Richard Sele, Hugh Halpeny and Sarra his wife, John Goderich and Elena his wife, Robert atte Mere of Lillinton, Chaplain, and Simon Christian of Bromley and John his son, which after the decease of the tenants should revert to Richard, should remain to Isabella for her life, and after her death, all the said tenements shall remain to Edmund, son of Thomas de Rideware and his issue, and failing such, to Thomas, brother of Edmund and his issue, and failing such, to Joan, sister of Thomas and her issue, and failing such, to Elizabeth, sister of Joan and her issue, and failing such, to Anne, sister of Elizabeth and her issue, and failing such, to right heirs of Thomas de Rydeware for ever.

No. 43. At three weeks from Easter. 7 E. III. (25th April, 1333.)

And afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 7 E. III. (13th June, 1333.)

Between William de Leycestre, Clerk, complainant, and John de la Bache, deforciant of nine acres of meadow in Allerwas.

John acknowledged the tenements to belong to William and his heirs, for which William gave him 10 marks.

No. 44. On the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 7 E. III. (13th June, 1333.)

Between William de Boweles, senior, and William, son of William de Boweles and Elizabeth, daughter of John Giffard, of Chilynton, complainants, and Henry, son of William de Boweles, senior, deforciant of the manor of Russhale.

William de Boweles the elder acknowledged the manor to belong to Henry, for which Henry granted it to William de Boweles for his life, with remainder to William, son of William and Elizabeth his wife, and their issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of William de Boweles.

No. 45. At York, on the Morrow of St. Martin. 7 E. III. (12th November, 1333.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 8 E. III. (27th January, 1334.)

Between John, son of William de Wodewall, complainant, and William, son of Peter de Wodewall, deforciant of a messuage, twenty acres of land, and two acres of meadow in Weston Coyne.

William acknowledged the tenements to belong to John and his heirs, for which John gave him 100 marks.

No. 45a. At York, on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 8 E. III. (27th January, 1334.)

Between Thomas Hastang and Elizabeth his wife, complainants, and John de Nayleston, Clerk, deforciant, of the manor of Chebeseye.

Thomas acknowledged the manor to belong to John, for which John granted it to Thomas and Elizabeth, and the heirs of Thomas for ever.

No. 39. At York, on the Octaves of St. Michael. 7 E. III. (6th October, 1333.)

Between Richard Hillary, Parson of the church of Kynefare, complainant, and Hugh, son of William Otheheth, of Great Wyrlegh, and Isolda his wife, deforciants of a messuage, two acres of land, and half a messuage and a toft in Huntingdon.

Hugh and Isolda acknowledged the tenements to belong to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them 20 marks.

No. 40. At York, on the Quindene of St. Michael. 7 E. III. (13th October, 1333.)

Between William Davy, Parson of the church of Overton, and Thomas Davy and Agnes his wife, complainants, and Ralph Davy, deforciant of the manor of Horecros, and common of pasture for seventy swine in Nedwod.

William acknowledged the said manor and common of pasture to belong to Ralph, for which Ralph granted them to William, Thomas, and Agnes, and the issue of Thomas and Agnes, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of William for ever.

No. 41. On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 7 E. III. (8th July, 1333.)

And afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of St. Michael. 7 E. III. (13th October, 1333.)

Between John de Rothewell of Lichefeld, complainant, and Jordan de Tynmore, of Morughale, and Isolda his wife, deforciants of a messuage, forty acres of land, forty acres of meadow, and 2s. rent in Morughale, Lichefeld, and Strethay.

Jordan and Isolda acknowledged the tenements to belong to John and his heirs, for which he gave them £20.

No. 42. On the Morrow of All Souls. 6 E. III. (3rd November, 1332.)

Afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Octaves of Hillary. 6 E. III. (20th January, 1333.)

Between Thomas de Venables and Emma his wife, complainants, and Roger de Pulton, Chaplain, deforciant of the manor of Aston, near Stone.

Thomas acknowledged the said manor to belong to Roger, for which Roger granted it to Thomas and Emma and their issue, and in default of such, to remain to John de Hynkele and Elizabeth his wife, and their issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of Thomas for ever.

No. 46. At York, on the Morrow of the Ascension. 8 E. III. (6th May, 1334.)

Between Simon de Ruggele, complainant, and Simon, son of Walter de Ruggele, Mulward, and Isabella his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Ruggele.

Simon, son of Walter and Isabella acknowledged the tenements to belong to Simon de Ruggele and his heirs, for which he gave them 100s.

No. 47. At York, on the Octaves of St. Hillary. 7 E. III. (20th January, 1334.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 8 E. III. (29th May, 1334.)

Between Adam de Narudale, complainant, and Robert, son of Roger de Alstanesfeld and Matilda his wife, deforciants of a messuage and sixteen acres of land in Alstanesfeld.

Robert and Matilda acknowledged the tenements to belong to Adam and his heirs, for which Adam gave them 20 marks.

No. 48. At York, on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 8 E. III. (5th June, 1334.)

Between Robert de Bollunhull, complainant, and Walter Bele, and Agnes his wife, deforciants, of the moiety of a messuage in Burton-on-Trent.

Walter and Agnes acknowledged the tenement to belong to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave them 100s.

No. 49. At York, on the Morrow of the Ascension. 8 E. III. (6th May, 1334.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 8 E. III. (5th June, 1334.)

Between Simon de Ruggeleye, complainant, and Richard de Bradeleye and Christiana his wife, deforciants of a messuage, forty acres of land, five acres of meadow, one acre of moor, and 5s. rent in Longedon and Kyngesbromleye.

Richard and Christiana acknowledged the tenements to belong to Simon, and they delivered to him the messuage in Court, and the remainder of the tenements they remitted and quit-claimed to him and to his heirs for ever, for which Simon gave them 100 marks.

No. 50. At York, on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 8 E. III. (5th June, 1334.)

Between John de la Boterye and Margery his wife, complainants, and Robert de Norreys and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a moiety of a messuage in Burton-on-Trent.

John acknowledged the tenements to belong to Agnes, for which Robert and Agnes granted them to John and Margery and their issue, and if they died s.p. to revert to Robert and Agnes and the heirs of Agnes for ever.

No. 51. At York, on the Octaves of St. Michael. 8 E. III. (6th October, 1334.)

Between Magister John Clarell, complainant, and Richard Paynel, of Walsale, and John his son, deforciants of a messuage and a carucate of land in Walsall.

Richard and John acknowledged the tenements to belong to Magister John and his heirs, for which he gave them 20 marks.

No. 52. At York, on the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 8 E. III. (8th July, 1334.)

And afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of St. Martin. 8 E. III. (25th November, 1334.)

Between William de Hastang, of Hulcote, and Sibil, daughter of John de Berkeleye, complainants, and John de Neubold, Clerk, deforciant of a messuage, thirty-two acres of land, and ten acres of meadow in Halfhide.

William acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, for which the said John granted them to William and Sibil for their lives, with remainder to William, son of Sibil and his issue, and in default of such, to Joan, sister of William, son of Sibil and her issue, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of William de Hastang.

No. 57. At York, on the Quindene of St. Michael. 8 E. III.

Between William de Shareshull, Chivaler, and Dionisia his wife, complainants, and Ralph de Stafford, Chivaler, deforciant of one and a half Knight's fee in Shareshull and Coven.

William acknowledged the one and a half Knight's fee to belong to Ralph, for which the said Ralph granted them to William and Dionisia, and their issue, together with the homages and services of Thomas Purcel and Joan his wife, and their heirs, for all the tenements they formerly held of the said Ralph in those vills, to be held of Ralph and his heirs by homage and fealty and military service, viz.: for the King's scutage when it fell due, 40s. for the said fee and a half, which was computed as a fee of Morteyn, (fn. 3) and suit every three weeks at the Court of the said Ralph at Stafford; and if the said William and Dionisia died without leaving issue, the said one and a half Knight's fee shall revert to the said Ralph and his heirs for ever.

No. 53. At York, at a month from St. Michael. 8 E. III. (27th October, 1334.)

Between William Gerard, complainant, and William Engelond and Rose his wife, Robert le Webbe, of Westhamme, and Margery his wife, and Robert del Bernes, of Uttoksather, and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Burton-on-Trent.

The deforciants acknowledged the messuage to belong to William Gerard, and his heirs for which he gave them 10 marks.

No. 5. At York, on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 9 E. III. (27th January, 1335.)

Between Richard, son of Thomas de Thickness, of Balterdeleye, complainant, and William le Blount and Margery his wife, deforciants of twenty acres of land in Balterdeleye.

Richard acknowledged the tenements to belong to Margery, for which William and Margery granted them to Richard and his issue, rendering 6s. 8d. annually, and if he died s.p., to remain to Thomas, brother of Richard, and his issue, and failing such, to William, brother of Thomas, and his issue, and failing such, to revert to William and Margery and the heirs of Margery for ever.

No. 6. At York, on the Octaves of St. Michael. 10 E. III. (6th October, 1336.)

And afterwards recorded at York on the Morrow of All Souls. 10 E. III. (3rd November, 1336.)

Between Richard de la Pole, of Hertindon, complainant, and Gracian le Palmer, of London, and Juliana his wife, deforciants of the fifth part of 120 acres of land and 10s. rent in Adgaresle.

Gracian and Juliana acknowledged the tenements to belong to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them £20.

No. 7. At York, on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 10 E. III. (9th June, 1336.)

Between John de Stonhale, of Pakynton, complainant, and Thomas, son of Geoffrey Onthehull, of Pakynton, and Isabella his wife, deforciants of a messuage and twenty-four acres of land in Pakynton.

Thomas and Isabella acknowledged the tenements to belong to John and his heirs, for which he gave them 40 marks.

No. 8. At York, at three weeks from Easter. 10 E. III. (21st April, 1336.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Morrow of John the Baptist. 10 E. III. (25th June, 1336.)

Between Thomas de Barynton, Chivaler, complainant, and Gilbert atte Asshe, Chaplain, and William de Barynton, deforciants of the manor of Creghton, and a messuage and a carucate of land in Alveton.

Thomas acknowledged the manor and tenements to belong to Gilbert, for which the said Gilbert and William granted them to Thomas and his male issue, and failing such, to remain to Philip, brother of Thomas, and his male issue, failing such, to Theobald, brother of Philip, and his male issue, failing such, to John, brother of Ralph de Frechenvill, and his male issue, and failing such, to John, brother of the said Thomas, and his male issue, and failing such, to remain to John de Twyford and his heirs for ever. Endorsed.

Robert de la Roche and Joan his wife, daughter of Thomas de Barynton and Alianora his wife, in right of Joan, put in their claim.

No. 1. At York, on the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 9 E. III. (18th June, 1335.)

Between Bartholomew de Burgherssh and Elizabeth his wife, complainants, and Henry de Burgherssh, Bishop of Lincoln, and William de Scothon, Clerk, deforciants of sixteen messuages, 300 acres of land, sixteen acres of meadow, and £11 6s. 4½d. of rent in Buckenhale and Fenton.

Bartholomew and Elizabeth acknowledged the tenements to belong to Henry and William, for which they granted them to Bartholomew and Elizabeth, to be held by them of the King in capite with remainder to Thomas, their son, and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Elizabeth for ever.

No. 2. At York, at three weeks from Easter. 9 E. III. (7th May, 1335.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 9 E. III. (25th June, 1335.)

Between Thomas de Thomenhorn and Isabella his wife, complainants, and Richard de Freford, Chaplain, deforciant of thirty acres of land, four acres of meadow, and 10s. rent in Whytyngton and Tymmore.

Thomas acknowledged the tenements to belong to Richard, for which Richard granted them to Thomas and Isabella and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas for ever.

No. 3. At York, on the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 9 E. III. (8th July, 1335.)

And afterwards recorded at York on the Octaves of St. Martin, 9 E. III. (18th November, 1335.)

Between Joan, formerly wife of John de Hastang, complainant, and Hugh Adam and Alice his wife, deforciants of a third part of two parts of the manors of Blore and Grendon, and the advowsons of the churches of Blore and Grendon.

Hugh and Alice granted the said third part and advowsons to Joan and her issue, and if she died s.p., to remain to John, son of the said Joan, and his issue, and failing such, to Thomas, brother of John, and his issue, and failing such, to Joan, sister of Thomas, and her heirs for ever.

No. 4. At York, on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 9 E. III. (27th January, 1335.)

Afterwards recorded at York at three weeks from Easter, 9 E. III. (7th May, 1335.)

Between Richard de Ockeovre, complainant, and Thomas de Shene, Chaplain, deforciant of a mill in Shene, and a moiety of the manor of Shene.

Richard acknowledged the mill and moiety to belong to Thomas, saving five messuages, eighty acres of land, and ten acres of meadow; for which acknowledgment, the said Thomas granted to Richard the mill and moiety of the manor as above stated for his life, and likewise granted that the said messuages, land, and meadow which Magister Roger de Ockovre held for his life, should revert to Richard for his life, with remainder to John, son of Richard de la Pole and Joan, daughter of the said Richard de Ockeovre, and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Richard de Ockeovre for ever.

No. 53. At York, at three weeks from Easter. 9 E. III. (7th May, 1335.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of St. Michael. 9 E. III. (13th Oct. 1335.)

Between Richard de Ronton and Dionisia, his wife, complainants, and Thomas, son of Nicholas, of Bromeleye Bagot, and Mary his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Stafford.

Thomas and Mary acknowledged the messuage to belong to Richard and Dionisia and the heirs of Richard, for which Richard and Dionisia gave them 10 marks.

No. 54. At York, on the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 9 E. III. (25th June, 1335.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of St. Michael. 9 E. III. (13th October, 1335.)

Between James de Podemore, complainant, and William de Podemore, deforciant of two messuages, one and a half carucates of land, four acres of meadow, eight acres of pasture, and eight acres of wood in Audeleye.

William acknowledged the tenements to belong to James and his heirs, for which James gave him 40 marks.

No. 55. At York, on the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 9 E. III. (1st July, 1335.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Octaves of St. Michael. 9 E. III. (6th October, 1335.)

Between William de Bromleye, junior, complainant, and Ralph Burgylon, senior, deforciant of a messuage, two bovates and fourteen acres of land, one acre of meadow, six acres of pasture, and two acres of wood in Whitemore and Swynnerton.

Ralph acknowledged the tenements to belong to William and his heirs, and delivered to him in Court one bovate and fourteen acres of land, and the meadow, pasture, and wood, and moreover granted that the messuage and bovate of land which Robert de Whitemore, Chaplain, held for life by a demise of Ralph, should revert to William and his heirs. For this grant William gave to Ralph 30 marks, and this concord was made in the presence of Robert, who performed fealty to William in Court.

No. 56. At York, on the Quindene of Easter. 9 E. III. (30th April, 1335.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Octaves of St. Michael. 9 E. III. (6th October, 1335.)

Between William de Leversete, complainant, and John, son of Thomas de Fernyhalgh and Emma his wife, deforciants of five messuages, five and a half acres of land, and half a messuage in Lek.

John and Emma acknowledged the tenements to belong to William and his heirs, for William gave them 40 marks.

No. 13. At York, at three weeks from St. Michael. 10 E. III. (20th October, 1336.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 11 E. III (27th January, 1337.)

Between Thomas, son of Richard de Benteley, of Shene, and Agnes his wife, complainants, and Richard de Benteleye, of Shene, deforciant of three messuages one bovate, and sixty-eight acres of land in Shene.

Richard granted the tenements to Thomas and Agnes and their issue, and failing such, to revert to Richard and his heirs, and for this grant Thomas and Agnes gave Richard 20 marks.

Footnotes

1 Where no place is named the fine was levied at Westminster.
2 Sic, but the body of the fine mentions only one-fourth part of the manor of Mere. The manor of Mere had been divided into four parts from a very early period. See the Final Concords, temp. Hen. III, printed in vol. IV of these collections—pages 231, 243, 247.
3 A fee of Morteyn was two-thirds of the ordinary Knight's fee, i.e., two marks of scutage would be paid in place of £2.