Staffordshire Fines
11-20 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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141-160

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'Staffordshire Fines: 11-20 Edward III', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 11 (1890), pp. 141-160. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52493 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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11-20 Edward III

No. 14. At York, on the Quindene of Easter. 11. E. III. (6th May, 1336.)

Between Hugh de Tymmore and Ela his wife, complainants, and Richard de Bradeleye, Chaplain, and John de Barewell, Chaplain, deforciants of three messuages, two carucates of land, twelve acres of meadow, and 4s. 1d. rent in Haselovere.

Hugh acknowledged the tenements to belong to Richard, for which Richard and John granted them to Hugh for his life, saving forty acres of land, and they likewise granted to Hugh and Ela the said forty acres of land and two acres of meadow to be held for their lives, and after the death of Hugh and Ela, all the said tenements shall remain to John, their son, and to Alice his wife, and their issue, and failing such, to Simon de Rugeleye and his heirs for ever.

No. 15. At York, at a month from Easter. 11 E. III. (20th May, 1337.)

Between Richard de Benteleye, of Shene, and Petronilla his wife, complainants, and Richard, son of Henry le Baillif of Shene, deforciant of the moiety of the manor of Shene, saving a mill.

Richard de Benteleye acknowledged the said moiety to belong to Richard, son of Henry, for which Richard, son of Henry, granted it to Richard de Benteleye and Petronilla for their lives, with remainder to William, son of Richard de Benteleye for life, with remainder to Thomas, brother of the said William, and Agnes his wife, and their issue, and failing such, to Richard, brother of William, and his issue, and failing such, to Reginald, brother of Richard, and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Richard de Benteleye for ever.

No. 16. At York, on the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 11 E. III. (22nd June, 1337.)

Between Robert de Sewell and Richard de Everdon, complainants, and Nicholas de Wyghtwike, Clerk, deforciant of a messuage, a mill, sixty-six acres of land, eight acres of meadow, and 25s. rent in Bysshebury.

Robert and Richard acknowledged the tenements to belong to Nicholas for which Nicholas granted to Robert and Richard and the heirs of Richard the said messuage, mill, land, and meadow, and he granted the rent of 25s. to the said Richard and his heirs for ever.

No. 21. At York, on the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 11 E. III. (22nd June, 1337.)

Between William de Marnham, complainant, and William Blanchard and Clemence his wife, deforciants of a third part of a moiety of the manor of Bromwych, excepting two virgates of land and 5 marks of rent.

William and Clemence acknowledged the said third part to belong to William de Marnham and his heirs, for which William de Marnham gave them 20 marks.

No. 22. At York, on the Quindene of St. Michael. 12 E. III. (13th October, 1338.)

Between William Davy, of Tuttebury, senior, complainant, and Robert de Hulton and Rose his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Tuttebury.

Robert and Rose acknowledged the messuage to belong to William and his heirs, for which William gave them 20 marks.

No. 23. At York, on the Octaves of St. Michael. 12 E. III. (6th October, 1339.)

Between Simon de Ruggele, complainant, and William de Norton of Hondesacre, and Ala his wife, deforciants of a messuage, thirty acres of land and two acres of meadow in Hondesacre and Longedon.

William and Ala acknowledged the tenements to belong to Simon and his heirs, for which Simon gave them 40 marks.

No. 24. On the Morrow of All Souls. 12 E. III. (3rd November, 1338.)

Between Hugh le Ridere, of Allerwych, and Lettice his wife, complainants, and John, son of Hugh le Ridere, of Allerwych (Aldridge), deforciant of a messuage, twenty acres of land, and two acres of meadow in Corburgh and Elmhurst.

Hugh and Lettice acknowledged the tenements to belong to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 40 marks. Endorsed.

John Scot, of Kyngesbromleye, and Amice his wife, put in their claim.

No. 17. At York, on the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 11 E. III. (25th June, 1337.)

Between Philip de Somerville, Chivaler, complainant, and John de Warrewyk and John Prince, Chaplain, deforciants of a messuage, 400 acres of land, 80 acres of meadow, 30 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, and £30 of rent in Barton-under-Nedwod.

Philip acknowledged the tenements and rent to belong to John de Warrewyk for which John and John granted them to Philip and Margaret and his male issue by Margaret his wife, and in default of such to Rese ap Griffyth and Joan his wife, and their issue, and failing such to the right heirs of Philip de Somerville for ever.

No. 18. At York, on the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 11 E. III. (25th June, 1337.)

Between Philip de Somerville, Chivaler, and Margaret his wife, complainants, and John de Warrewyk and John Prince, Chaplain, deforciants of the manor of Tatenhull.

Philip and Margaret acknowledged the manor to belong to John de Warrewyk, for which John and John granted it to Philip and Margaret and their male issue, and failing such to Rese ap Gryffyth and Joan his wife, and the heirs of Joan for ever.

No. 9. At York, on the Quindene of St. Michael. 11 E. III. (13th October, 1337.)

Between Philip de Somerville, complainant, and John de Warrewyk and John Prince, Chaplain, deforciants of the homages and services of Richard de Vernon, John de Arderne, James de Stafford and Isabella his wife, William de Leycestre, John de Horsebrok, Nicholas Allerwas, William de Horsbrok, John Hugyn, of Strethay, and Richard de Strethay, in Allerwas.

Philip acknowledged the said homages and services to belong to John and John, for which the said John and John granted them to Philip and his male issue by Margaret his wife, with remainder in default of such, to Rese ap Griffith, Chivaler, and Joan his wife, and their issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of Philip de Somerville for ever, and this concord was made by virtue of the King's precept.

No. 10. At York, on the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 11 E. III. (25th June, 1337.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Octaves of St. Michael. 11 E. III. (6th October, 1337.)

Between John de Brumpton and Margaret his wife, complainants, and Henry Notte, of Solihull, deforciant of the manor of Eyton, near Gnoweshale, and the advowson of the church of the said manor.

John acknowledged the manor and advowson to belong to Henry, for which Henry granted them to John and Margaret and their issue, and failing such to Elyas, brother of John, and his issue, and in default of such, to the right heirs of John de Brumpton for ever.

No. 11. At York, at three weeks from St. Michael. 11 E. III. (20th October, 1337.)

Between Ralph atte Yate, complainant, and Richard del Newelond and Joan his wife, deforciants of the moiety of a messuage and three acres of land in Rydeware Hampstal.

Ralph acknowledged the tenements to belong to Joan, for which Richard and Joan granted them to Ralph and his heirs for ever.

No. 12. At York, at a month from Easter. 11 E. III. (20th May, 1337.)

Afterwards recorded at York on the Octaves of St. Michael. 11 E. III. (6th October, 1337.)

Between Peter, son of Robert del Delves and Agnes his wife, complainants, and Richard, son of Ralph de Bromleye, and Margery his wife, deforciants of a messuage, twelve acres of land, and one acre of meadow in Knotton.

Richard and Margery acknowledged the tenements to belong to Peter and Agnes and the heirs of Peter, for which Peter and Agnes gave them 20 marks.

No. 19. At York, on the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 11 E. III. (1st July, 1337.)

Between Robert, son of Adam le Harpur, of Bradenop, and Agnes his wife, complainants, and Richard Brydon and Goditha his wife, and Thomas de Longeshaghe and Matilda his wife, deforciants of two parts of a messuage, fourteen acres of land, nine acres of meadow, and eight acres of pasture in Bradenop and Arpesford.

Richard and Goditha and Thomas and Matilda, acknowledged the tenements to belong to Robert, and remitted and quit-claimed the same to Robert and Agnes and their heirs for ever, for which Robert and Agnes gave them 20 marks.

No. 20. At York, on the Quindene of Easter. 11 E. III. (4th May, 1337.)

Afterwards recorded at York, on the Octaves of the Holy Trinity. 11 E. III. (22nd June, 1337.)

Between William Gerard of Burton-on-Trent, complainant, and Robert, son of Geoffrey de Yoxale, and Alice, his wife, deforciants of the fourth part of a messuage in Burton-on-Trent.

Robert and Alice acknowledged the fourth part to belong to William and his heirs, for which he gave them 40s.

No. 25. At Westminster, on the Morrow of All Souls. 3 E. III. (3rd November, 1329.)

Afterwards recorded at York, on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 12 E. III. (27th January, 1338.)

Between John, son of Thomas de Blorton, complainant, and Adam, son of Ralph le Wodehewer of Ronton, deforciant of a messuage, thirty acres of land, one acre of meadow, and one acre of wood in Trentham, which Thomas le Demur and Alice his wife held for life.

Adam acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, and he granted that the said tenements which Thomas and Alice held for life of his inheritance in the said vill, and which after their decease should revert to the said Adam, should remain to John and his heirs, for which John gave him 100s.

No. 26. At York, on the Quindene of Easter. 12 E. III. (26th April, 1338).

Between John de Hodonet and Margery his wife, complainants, and David de Puilesdon and Isabella his wife, deforciants of forty acres of land in Bradeleye.

David and Isabella granted the said land to John and Margery and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Margery, for which John and Margery gave them 10 marks.

No. 27. At York, on the Quindene of Easter. 12 E. III. (26th April, 1338.)

Between John, son of John Giffard, of Chilynton, and Katherine his wife, complainants, and John Giffard, of Chilynton, Chivaler, deforciant of the manor of Walton, near Chebeseye.

Sir John Giffard granted the manor, excepting sixty acres of wood, to John, son of John and Katherine, and their issue, rendering 10 marks yearly for the life of Sir John, and one rose to his heirs, and he granted the wood to the said John, son of John, and his issue, to be held by the service of a rose annually. If John and Katherine died s.p., and the said John, son of John, died s.p., the said manor and wood to revert to Sir John Giffard and his heirs for ever.

No. 28. At York, on the Quindene of Easter. 12 E. III. (26th April, 1338.)

Between John Giffard, of Chilynton, Chivaler, complainant, and Walter Giffard, of Chilynton, Chaplain, and Magister Thomas de Brocton, deforciants of the manor of Chilynton, saving three messuages, sixty acres of land, four acres of meadow, and one acre of moor.

Sir John Giffard acknowledged the manor to belong to Walter, for which the said Walter and Thomas granted it to John for his life, with remainder to John, son of John Giffard, of Chilynton, and his issue by Katherine, daughter of Hugh, son of Robert Dunsowe, of Salop, and in default of such, to remain to the right heirs of Sir John Giffard for ever.

No. 29. At York, on the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 12 E. III. (25th June, 1338.)

Between Robert, son of Ralph le Listere, complainant, and Henry Flygh and Alice his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Burton-on-Trent.

Henry and Alice acknowledged the messuage to belong to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave them 20 marks.

No. 30. On the Octaves of the Holy Trinity. 13 E. III. (30th May, 1339.)

Afterwards recorded on the Morrow of All Souls. 13 E. III. (3rd November, 1339.)

Between Joan, daughter of Thomas de Grenham, complainant, and Malcolm de Wasteneys and Margaret his wife, deforciants of sixteen messuages, eight virgates of land, and thirty-two acres of meadow in Tyxhale and Bromcote.

Malcolm and Margaret acknowledged the tenements to belong to Joan for her life, rendering a rose yearly, and to revert after her death to the said Malcolm and Margaret and heirs of Malcolm, and for this grant Joan gave them 20 marks.

No. 31. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 13th E. III. (13th October, 1339.)

Between William de Shareshull and Dionisia his wife, complainants, and Magister Stephen de Caundel and Isabella his wife, and Joan, sister of Isabella, deforciants of the manor of Patleshull.

Stephen and Isabella and Joan acknowledged the manor to belong to William and Dionisia and the heirs of William, for which William and Dionisia gave them 100 marks.

No. 32. At a month from St. Michael. 13 E. III. (27th October, 1339.)

Between John, son of Joan, daughter of Ralph de Tockenhale of Rouleye, complainant, and William le Taillour, of Rouleye, and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage, seventeen acres of land, one acre of meadow, and two acres of wood in Rouleye.

William and Agnes granted the tenements to John and his issue, and in default of such, to William, brother of John, and his issue, and in default of such, to Richard, brother of William, and his issue, and in default of such, to John, son of Roger Hillary, and his heirs for ever, and for this grant John gave to William and Agnes 20 marks.

No. 33. On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 13 E. III. (30th May, 1339.

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Michael. 13 E. III. (13th October, 1339.)

Between John de Barre and Margaret his wife, complainants, and Roger le Barber, of Bermyngham, and Agnes his wife, deforciants of 15s. rent in Little Barre.

Roger and Agnes granted the said rent to John and Margaret and their issue, and in default of such, to remain to John de Pyrye, Parson of the church of Ayleston, and his heirs, and for this grant John and Margaret gave to Roger and Agnes 40s.

No. 34. At three weeks from Easter. 13 E. III. (18th April, 1339.)

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Michael. 13 E. III. (13th October, 1339.)

Between Thomas L'Estrange, complainant, and Thomas de Arnleye and Margaret his wife, deforciants of a messuage and a carucate of land in Arnleye.

Thomas de Arnleye and Margaret acknowledged the tenements to belong to Thomas L'Estrange and his heirs, for which the latter gave them 20 marks.

No. 35. On the Quindene of Easter. 13 E. III. (11 April, 1339.)

Between Richard le Kyng and Joan his wife, complainants, and William, son of Joan de Rushale, and Joan his wife, deforciants of a messuage and twelve acres of land in Rushale.

William and Joan his wife granted the tenements to Richard and Joan his wife, and their issue, and failing such, to revert to William and Joan, and the heirs of William, and for this grant Richard and Joan gave them 10 marks.

No. 36. On the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 13 E. III. (6th June, 1339.)

Between Roger Hillary and Katherine his wife, complainants, and Ralph Pauncefot and Eustachia, his wife, deforciants of 30s. of rent in West Bromwich.

Ralph and Eustachia, for themselves and the heirs of Eustachia, acknowledged the said rent to belong to Roger and Katherine and the heirs of Roger, for which Roger gave them 20 marks.

No. 37. On the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 13 E. III.

Between William de Shareshull and Dionisia his wife, complainants, and Margaret, daughter of Ralph Bagot, Knight, deforciant of the manor of Patleshull.

Margaret remitted all right to William and Dionisia, and the heirs of William, for which William and Dionisia gave her £100.

No. 38. On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 13 E. III.

Between Peter de Wygan, complainant, and Robert de Bedicote and Margery his wife, deforciants of two tofts in Lychefeld.

Robert and Margery remitted all right to Peter and his heirs, for which Peter gave them 10 marks.

No. 39. On the Octaves of the Purification. 13 E. III, and afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Trinity. 13 E. III.

Between Richard de la Pole of Hertyndon, complainant, and William Pygot of London and Isabella his wife, deforciants of one-fifth of 120 acres of land and 10s. of rent in Adgaresley.

William and Isabella remitted all right to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them 40 marks.

No. 40. At York. On the Octaves of St. Michael. 12 E. III, and afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 13 E. III.

Between Richard de la Pole of Hertyndon, complainant, and Ralph de Shirley and Margaret his wife, deforciants of one-fifth of 120 acres of land and 10s. of rent in Adgaresleye.

Ralph and Margaret granted the tenement and rent to Richard and his heirs, together with the homage and services of John atte Crosse and his heirs for the tenement he held of them in the said vill, and for this grant Richard gave them 20 marks.

No. 45. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 14 E. III. (27th January, 1340.)

Between Thomas de Clopton, Clerk, complainant, and Simon de Spareham, deforciant of a messuage and four acres of land in Lychefeld.

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

No. 46. On the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 29 E. I. (11th June, 1301.)

Between Philip de Somervill, complainant, and Edmund de Somervill, deforciant of two parts of the manor of Alrewas.

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 14 E. III. (27th January, 1340), after the death of the said Edmund, between the said Philip, complainant, and Philip, brother and heir of the said Edmund, deforciant of the said two parts and the third part of the same manor and twenty acres of wood and thirty acres of pasture in the said vill of Alrewas.

Edmund acknowledged the said two parts, together with the homage and service of Henry de Alrewas and John de Arderne and their heirs, to belong to Philip and his heirs, and moreover granted that the third part of the said manor which Isabella, formerly wife of Robert de Somerville, held in dower of the inheritance of Edmund, and which after the death of Isabella should revert to Edmund, should remain to Philip and his heirs. And Edmund also granted that the said twenty acres of wood and thirty acres of pasture which Robert de Bures held for life, by the demise of Edmund, and which, after the death of Robert should revert to him, should remain to Philip and his heirs, and for this acknowledgement Philip gave to Edmund £40; and this concord was made in the presence of the said Isabella, who did fealty to the said Philip de Somerville in the Court of King Edward, son of King Henry.

No. 47. On the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 29 E. I. (11th June, 1301.)

Between Philip de Sumervill, complainant, and Edmund de Sumervill, deforciant of two parts of the manors of Whychenore, Tunstal, Neubold, and Briddeshall.

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 14 E. III. (27th January, 1339), after the death of the said Edmund, between the said Philip, complainant, and Philip, brother and heir of the said Edmund, deforciant of the said two parts and a third part of the said manors.

Edmund acknowledged the said two parts, together with the homages and services of the Abbot of Deulacres, Richard de Vernoun, Henry de Alrewas, and William de Freford and their heirs, to belong to Philip, and he moreover granted that the third part of the said manors which Isabella, formerly wife of Robert de Somervill, held in dower of the inheritance of Edmund, and which after her death should revert to him, should remain to Philip de Sumervill, and for this acknowledgement Philip gave to Edmund £100, and this concord was made in the presence of Isabella, etc. (as in last fine.)

No. 48. On the Octaves of St. Hillary. 13 E. III. (20th January, 1340.)

Between William de Shareshull, Chivaler, complainant, and Thomas Purcell and Joan his wife, deforciants of the manor of Shareshull and a Knight's fee in Covene.

Thomas and Joan acknowledged the said manor and Knights fee to belong to William and his heirs, for which William gave them 100 marks.

No. 49. On the Morrow of the Purification. 14 E. III. (3rd February, 1340.)

Afterwards recorded at the Quindene of Easter. 14 E. III. (30th April, 1340.)

Between Thomas de Gasteneys, Chivaler, and Joan his wife, complainants, and John de Gasteneys, Parson of the church of Cranewes, and Richard de Redesdale of Knapetoft, deforciants of the manor of Colton.

Thomas acknowledged the said manor to belong to John, saving two messuages, fifty-one acres of land, and five acres of meadow, and for this acknowledgement John and Richard granted the said manor to Thomas and Joan for their lives, and they further granted that the messuages and lands which Robert Chamberleyn held for his life, and which William de Knotton and Agnes his wife held for the life of Agnes, and which William de la Beche held for life, and which should revert to them, should remain to Thomas and Joan for their lives, and after their deaths the said manor shall remain to William, son of Thomas and Joan, and his issue, and failing such, to John, brother of William, and his issue, and failing such, to Thomas, brother of John, and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas de Gasteneys for ever.

No. 50. At three weeks from Easter. 14 E. III. (7th May, 1340.)

Between Richard de la Pole, of Hertyndon, complainant, and Thomas de Swanlond and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of the fifth part of 120 acres of land and of 8s. 4d. rent in Adgaresle.

Thomas and Elizabeth acknowledged the tenements to belong to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them 40 marks.

No. 51. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 13 E. III. (13th October, 1339.)

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 14 E. III. (30th April, 1340.)

Between John Cokayn, of Assheburn, complainant, and Walter de Rydeware, Chivaler, and Joan his wife, deforciants of the fifth part of 120 acres of land and of 10s. rent in Adgaresley.

Walter and Joan acknowledged the tenements to belong to John and his heirs, for which John gave them £20.

No. 52. At three weeks from Easter. 14 E. III. (7th May, 1340.)

Between Ralph Basset, of Drayton, Chivaler, complainant, and Ralph de Olneye, Chaplain, and Robert de Burlyngham, Chaplain, deforciants of the manors of Drayton Basset and Patyngham, saving five messuages and a mill in the manor of Drayton.

Ralph Bassett acknowledged the said manors to belong to Ralph de Olneye, for which Ralph de Olneye and Robert granted them to Ralph Basset and his male issue, and failing such, to Ralph, son of Ralph, son of Ralph Basset (sic) (fn. 1) of Drayton, and his issue, and if Ralph, son of Ralph died, leaving no issue, then to remain to Ralph de Stafford, Chivaler, for his life, and after his death, to Richard de Stafford, Chivaler, for his life, and after his death to Ralph, son of Ralph de Stafford and his male issue, and failing such, to Richard, son of Richard de Stafford and his male issue, and failing such, to remain to Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and his heirs for ever.

No. 57. On the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 14 E. III. (25th June, 1340.)

Between John Botetourt, complainant, and Reginald de Grey and Matilda his wife, deforciants of the manor of Bobynton.

Reginald and Matilda acknowledged the manor to belong to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 100 marks.

No. 1. On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 15 E. III. (8th July, 1341.)

Afterwards recorded at a month from St. Michael. 15 E. III. (27th October, 1341.)

Between John de Swynnerton, complainant, and Roger de Bankwell and Adam atte Meregrove, deforciants of the bailiwick of the stewardship of the Forest of Cannok.

John acknowledged the said bailiwick to belong to Roger and Adam, for which they granted it to John and his issue, and failing such, to Thomas de Swynnerton and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of John for ever; and this concord was made by virtue of the King's precept.

No. 2. At a month from St. Michael. 15 E. III. (27th October, 1341.)

Between Roger de Elyngton, Clerk, (fn. 2) complainant, and William le Spencer, of Allerwych, and Juliana his wife, deforciants of twelve acres of land in Allerwych.

William and Juliana acknowledged the land to belong to Roger and his heirs, for which Roger gave them 20 marks.

No. 3. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 15 Ed. III. (27th January, 1341.)

Between John Reynald and Margery his wife, and Nicholas their son, complainants, and Robert, son of Henry de Haywode and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Haywode.

Robert and Agnes granted the messuage to John and Margery and Nicholas for their lives, to revert after their deaths to Robert and Agnes and their heirs, and for this grant John, Margery, and Nicholas gave them 10 marks.

No. 41. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 14 E. III. (1st July, 1340.)

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Michael. 14 E. III. (13th October, 1340.)

Between Thomas de Halughton, Chivaler, complainant, and Robert de Swynnerton and Walter Giffard, Chaplain, deforciants of the manor of Heghe Offeleye (High Offley).

Thomas acknowledged the manor to belong to Robert, saving thirty messuages, twenty-seven bovates and 328 acres of land, five acres of meadow, and three acres of pasture. And for this acknowledgement Robert and Walter granted the manor to Thomas, for his life, and likewise granted that a messuage and two and a half acres of land which Simon Duncan held for life, and that the several messuages and lands held for their lives by Philip de Caldewell and Isabella his wife, Will de Caldewalle and Amice his wife, William de Pikstok and Dionisia his wife, William, son of William de Pikstok, Adam, son of Roger de Levynton, Roger de Weston and Edith his wife, Thomas de Halughton and Agnes his mother, Henry, son of Henry de Pikstok, William de Mere, and sixty-eight others named, should revert to Thomas for his life, with remainder to Robert, son of the said Thomas and his male issue, and failing such, to Thomas, brother of said Robert, son of Thomas and his male issue, and failing such, to John, brother of the said Thomas, brother of Robert, and his male issue, and failing such, to William, brother of the said John, and his male issue, and failing such, to Almaric, brother of William, and his male issue, and failing such, to Humphrey, brother of Almaric, and his male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas de Halughton; and this concord was made in the presence of the tenants above named, who performed fealty to the said Thomas de Halughton in Court.

No. 42. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 14 E. III. (1st July, 1340.)

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Michael. (14 E. III 13th October, 1340.)

Between Thomas de Halughton, Chivaler, and Margaret his wife, complainants, and Robert de Swynnerton and Walter Giffard, Chaplain, deforciants of the manor of Halughton.

Thomas acknowledged the manor to belong to Robert, saving fourteen messuages, twelve bovates, and 100 acres of land; and for this acknowledgement Robert and Walter granted the said manor as above, to Thomas and Margaret for their lives, and they further granted that the several messuages and lands held for their lives by Alexander de Alverston, Chaplain, William de Hilberworthe, Richard del Burgh. Roger de Brusenhull, Clerk, Adam atte Shute, Thomas Makepays, Roger Millesone, Roger de Mere, Adam, son of William de la Donne, and eleven others named, shall revert to Thomas and Margaret for their lives and after the death of the said Thomas and Margaret the said manor shall remain to Robert, son of the said Thomas and his male issue, and failing such, to Thomas, brother of Robert, and his male issue, and failing such, to John, brother of the said Thomas, brother of Robert, and his male issue, and failing such, to William, brother of John, and his male issue, and failing such, to Almaric, brother of William, and his male issue, and failing such, to Humphrey, brother of Almaric, and his male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas de Halughton, Chivaler, for ever.

No. 43. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 14 E. III. (27th January, 1340.)

Between Thomas de Clopton, Clerk, complainant, and Richard, son of Geoffrey le White, of Lichefeld, deforciant of a messuage in Lichefeld.

Richard acknowledged the messuage to belong to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave him 20 marks.

No. 44. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 14 E. III. (27th January, 1340.)

Between John de Hodynton and Katrine his wife, complainants, and William de Shareshull, deforciant of the manor of Shareshull and a messuage and a carucate of land in Shareshull and Covene.

John and Katrine acknowledged the said manor and tenements to belong to William, for which William granted them to John and Katrine, to hold for the life of Katherine, rendering £20 yearly for the life of William, and performing for William all the services appertaining to the chief lords of the fee. The said manor and tenements to revert after the death of Katherine, to William and his heirs for ever.

No. 4. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 15 E. III. (27th January, 1341.)

Between Henry atte Chircheyerd and Emma his wife, complainants, and Walter de Yolbrugge, Chaplain, deforciant of thirteen acres of land, one acre of meadow, and half a messuage in Alrewych, Barre, and Russhale.

Henry and Emma acknowledged the tenements to belong to Walter, for which Walter granted them to Henry and Emma and their issue, and failing such to remain to John de Billesleye, of Warwyk, and his issue, and failing such to the right heirs of Emma for ever.

No. 5. On the Octaves of St. Hillary. 14 E. III. (20th January, 1341.)

Between William, son of William de Hondesacre, complainant, and Walter de Portes and Margaret his wife, deforciants of eleven messuages, four tofts and two carucates of land in Handesacre.

Walter and Margaret acknowledged the tenements to belong to William and his heirs, for which William gave them 100 marks.

No. 6. On the Morrow of All Souls. 16 E. III. (3rd November, 1342.)

Between Roger de Toggeford, of Overpenne, and Margery his wife complainants, and William, son of William Othehull, of Luyde, deforciant of a messuage and half a virgate of land in Over Penne.

Roger and Margery acknowledged the tenements to belong to William, for which William granted them to Roger and Margery for their lives, with remainder to Thomas, son of Roger and Margery, and his issue, and failing such, to John, brother of Thomas, and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Margery for ever.

No. 7. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 16 E. III. (13th October, 1342.)

Between Beatrice de Wovere, complainant, and Adam, son of Geoffrey le Corviser, deforciant of two messuages and ten acres of land in Bettilegh.

Adam acknowledged the tenements to belong to Beatrice and her heirs, for which she gave him 20 marks.

No. 8. On the Morrow of the Ascension. 16 E. III. (10th May, 1342.)

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 16 E. III. (9th June, 1342.)

Between Richard Jurdan, of Engleton, and Elena his wife, complainants, and John le Carter, deforciant of a messuage, a virgate and six acres of land, and six acres of meadow in Engleton and Eton.

Richard and Elena acknowledged the tenements to belong to John, for which John granted them to Richard and Elena for their lives, with remainder to William, son of Richard, and to Richard, brother of William, and to the issue of Richard, and failing such, to Joan, sister of Richard, and her issue, and failing such, to Richard, son of Roger de Covene, and his heirs for ever.

No. 9. On the Morrow of the Ascension. 16 E. III. (10th May, 1342.)

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 16 E. III. (9th June, 1342.)

Between William le Carter and Alice, his wife, complainants, and Robert de Warilowe, Chaplain, deforciant of seventeen acres of land, three acres of meadow, and half a messuage in Uttoxhather.

William acknowledged the tenements to belong to Robert, for which Robert granted them to William and Alice for their lives, with remainder to Edmund, son of William, and his issue, and failing such, to William, brother of Edmund, and his issue, and failing such, to John, brother of William, and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of the said John for ever.

No. 10. On the Quindene of the Holy Trinity. 16 E. III. (9th June, 1342.)

Between John Trussel, of Acton, and Alice his wife, complainants, and Philip Trussel, Parson of the church of Islep, and John Sharp, Parson of the church of Chauton, deforciants of the manors of Acton, Bedenhale, and Brocton-under-Canoc, and twenty-four acres of meadow in Penkrich.

John and Alice acknowledged the said manors and meadow to belong to Philip, for which Philip and John Sharp granted them to John and Alice for their lives, with remainder to William Trussel, of Cublesdon, and Ida his wife, and the heirs of the said William for ever.

No. 11. On the Octaves of the Purification. 16 E. III. (9th February, 1342.)

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 16 E. III. (14th April, 1342.)

Between Thomas de Clopton, Clerk, complainant, and Ralph de Knyghtecote and Agnes his wife, deforciants of two messuages, twelve acres of land, and 5s. 11d. rent in Lychefeld.

Ralph and Agnes acknowledged the tenements and rent to belong to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas granted to Ralph and Agnes one of the messuages for their lives, with reversion to Thomas and his heirs for ever.

No. 12. On the Octaves of the Purification. 16 E. III.

Between Thomas de Clopton, complainant, and Thomas de Hulton and Lettice his wife, deforciants of 20 acres of land in Strethay.

Thomas de Hulton and Lettice remitted all right to Thomas de Clopton and his heirs, for which Thomas de Clopton gave them 100s.

No. 13. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 16 E. III., and afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 16 E. III.

Between Richard Pype, Chaplain, complainant, and John de Barre and Joan his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Lychefeld.

John and Joan remitted all right to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them 100s.

No. 14. On the Octaves of the Purification. 16 E. III, and afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter Day. 16 E. III.

Between Thomas de Clopton, Clerk, complainant, and William de Sparham and Sibil his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Lychefeld.

William and Sibil remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them 100s.

No. 15. At a month from Easter Day. 16 E. III.

Between John de Werneleye and Christiana his wife, complainants, and Richard Sterre and Juliana his wife, deforciants of a messuage, six acres of land, and three acres of meadow in Horbourne.

Richard and Juliana remitted all right to John and Christiana and heirs of John, for which John and Christiana gave them 20 marks.

No. 16. At three weeks from Easter. 16 E. III. (21st April, 1342.)

Between Richard de la Pole, of Hertyndon, complainant, and Henry del Fernyford, of Alstonesfeld, and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage and fourteen acres and a half of land in Alstonesfeld.

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

No. 17. At a month from St. Michael. 15 E. III. (27th October, 1341.)

Afterwards recorded on the Morrow of the Purification. 16 E. III. (3rd February, 1342.)

Between Ralph Burgilon, junior, and Alianora his wife, complainants, and Ralph Burgilon, senior, and Joan, his wife, deforciants of four messuages, one carucate and four bovates of land, fifteen acres of meadow, forty acres of pasture, and 4s. rent in Longeton, near Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Ralph Burgilon the elder and Joan granted the tenements and rent to Ralph Burgilon the younger and Alianora and their issue, and failing such, to remain to the right heirs of Ralph Burgilon the younger, and for this grant Ralph and Alianora gave 100 marks to Ralph Burgilon the elder and Joan.

No. 18. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 15 E. III. (13th October, 1341.)

Afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 16 E. III. (27th January, 1342.)

Between John de Blorton and Margaret his wife, complainants, and William, son of William Coyne, of Weston, deforciants of a mill in Longeton.

John acknowledged the mill to belong to William, for which William granted it to John and Margaret and their issue, and failing such, to remain to the right heirs of John for ever.

No. 19. On the Morrow of the Purification. 16 E. III. (3rd February, 1342.)

Between John Dyngull, of Stafford, complainant, and Adam of the Cank and Margery his wife, deforciants of six acres of land in Mershton and Foryate, near Stafford.

Adam and Margery acknowledged the land to belong to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 10 marks.

No. 20. On the Quindene of Easter. 17 E. III. (27th April, 1343.)

Between Richard de Peshale, Chivaler, and Margery his wife, daughter of Hugh de Knyghton, and Richard, son of said Margery, complainants, and Thomas de Knyghton and Adam de Chesewardyn, Chaplain, deforciants of a messuage, a virgate and ten acres of land, five acres of meadow, one acre of wood, and 20s. of rent in Eccleshale, Wotton, Hokedon, Peshale, Gnoushale, and Great Chelle.

Richard de Peshale acknowledged the tenements to belong to Adam, for which Thomas and Adam granted them to Richard de Peshale, Margery, and Richard, son of Margery, and the issue of Richard; if Richard, son of Margery, died without issue, to remain to the right heirs of Richard de Peshale for ever.

No. 21. On the Quindene of Easter. 17 E. III. (27th April, 1343.)

Between William de Allerwych and Agnes, daughter of Robert de Stepelton, complainants, and Silvester de Allerwas, Chaplain, and Walter de Yelbrugg, Chaplain, deforciants of the manor of Allerwych (Aldridge).

William acknowledged the manor to belong to Silvester, for which Silvester and Walter granted it to William and Agnes and their issue, and failing such, to remain to Henry Hillary, Chivaler, for his life, and after his death, to Edward, son of Henry, and his heirs for ever.

No. 22. On the Quindene of Easter. 17 E. III. (27th April, 1343.)

Afterwards recorded on the Octaves of the Holy Trinity. 17 E. III. (15th June, 1343.)

Between Geoffrey, son of William Walteres, of Pylatenhale, complainant, and William Walteres, of Pylatenhale, and Agnes his wife, deforciants of twenty acres of land, three acres of meadow, and two acres of moor in Pylatenhale and Pencrich.

Geoffrey acknowledged the tenements to belong to Agnes, for which William and Agnes granted them to Geoffrey and his issue, and failing such, to remain to Robert, brother of Geoffrey, and his issue, and failing such, to Thomas, brother of Robert, and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Geoffrey for ever. (Endorsed.)

Thomas, son of John, son of William Walteres, of Pylatenhale, put in his claim.

No. 23. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 17 E. III. (1st July 1343.)

Between Adam Henrys, of Stretton, senior, complainant, and Thomas, Vicar of the Church of Stretton, and Roger de Baugvelle, Chaplain, deforciants of four messuages, ninety-four acres of land, ten acres of meadow, six and half acres of wood, and 4s. 11¼d. rent in Stretton, near Brewode.

Adam acknowledged the tenements and rent to belong to Thomas, for which Thomas and Roger granted them to Adam for his life, with remainder to Adam, son of Adam and Nichola his wife, and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Adam Henrys.

No. 24. At a month from Easter. 17 E. III. (11th May, 1343.)

And afterwards recorded at Westminster on the Octaves of the Holy Trinity. 17 E. III. (15th June, 1343.)

Between Ralph de Stafford, Knight, complainant, and John de Palton, Chivaler, deforciant of a rent of 10 marks in Tilynton, near Stafford.

John granted the said rent to Ralph and his heirs, together with the homage and entire services of Robert de Tilynton for the tenements the said Robert formerly held of him in Tilynton, and for this grant Ralph gave him 100 marks.

No. 25. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 17 E. III. (27th January, 1343.)

Between William de Hedenesford, complainant, and Walter le Bellers and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage and two acres of land in Lychefeld.

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

No. 26. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 17 E. III. (27th January, 1343.)

Between Hugh de Aston and Lora his wife, complainants, and Richard atte Chircheyerd, of Allerwych, and Sibil his wife, deforciants of four acres of meadow and four acres of moor in Allerwych (Aldridge).

Richard and Sibil acknowledged the tenements to belong to Hugh and Lora and the heirs of Hugh, for which they gave them 100s.

No. 27. Westminster, on the Octaves of the Purification of the Blessed Mary. 18 E. III.

Between Sir William de Shareshull, Knight, complainant, and Henry Power, William de Broughton, and Thomas Costey, deforciants of the manor of Shareshull.

William de Shareshull acknowledged the manor to be the right of the said Henry, for which Henry and the others granted it to the said William de Shareshull to hold for life, and after his decease to remain to Katherine, his mother, and to William, his son, and Joan, the wife of his son William, and the heirs of the bodies of William, son of William, and Joan, and if they died without leaving issue, to remain to the right heirs of the said William de Shareshull for ever.

No. 28. Westminster, on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 18 E. III.

Between Walter de Beysyn, Knight, complainant, and Henry de Mortimer the elder, and Roger de Chilynton, Chaplain, deforciants of two parts of the manor of Assheleye, and the advowson of the church of Assheleye.

Walter acknowledged the said two parts and the advowson to be the right of Henry and Roger, for which they granted them to Walter, to hold for life, and after his decease to remain to John, son of the same Walter, and Margaret his wife, and their issue, and if John and Margaret died without leaving issue, to remain to the right heirs of the aforesaid Walter. Made by virtue of the King's precept. (fn. 3)

No. 29. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 18 E. III.

Between Richard, son of Thomas de Thikenes, of Balturleye, complainant, and Nicholas de Alsager and Avice his wife, deforciants of a messuage and seven acres of land in Balturleye.

Richard acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Avice, for which Nicholas and Avice granted the said tenements to him and to his heirs for ever.

No. 30. On the Morrow of All Souls. 4 E. II.

Between Ralph le Clerk, of Abbots Bromleye, complainant, and William Cornet, of Aston, deforciant of three messuages, one carucate of land, and six acres of meadow in Abbots Bromley and Bromleye Bagot.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Michael. 18 E. III., after the death of Ralph and William.

Between Roger de Fald, kinsman and heir of the aforesaid Ralph, and Adam Cornet, brother and heir of the aforesaid William.

Ralph acknowledged the tenements to be the right of William, for which he granted them to Ralph, to hold for life, and after his decease to remain to Robert, son of the same Ralph, and Petronilla his wife, and to their issue, and failing such, to remain to the right heirs of Robert for ever.

No. 31. On the Octaves of St. Michael. 18 E. III.

Between John Hillary, complainant, and William de Melton and Joan his wife, and Richard Walters the younger and Cecilia his wife, deforciants of a messuage, a carucate of land, three acres of meadow, and three acres of wood in Great Barre and Little Barre.

William and Joan, Richard, and Cecilia remit all right in the tenements (except to two acres in the said carucate), to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 100 marks of silver.

No. 32. On the Quindene of Easter. 18 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of St. Michael. 18 E. III.

Between John, son of John de Loges, and Isabella his wife (by John de Solihull, her custos), complainants, and John de Loges, deforciant of the manor of Great Wyrleye.

John de Loges granted the manor to John and Isabella, and their issue, and failing such, to revert to John de Loges and his heirs for ever. Made by virtue of the King's precept.

No. 33. Westminster, on the Quindene of St. Michael. 18 E. III.

Between Nicholas de Ruggeleye and Joan his wife, complainants, and Hubert de Bumstede and Isabella his wife, deforciants of a messuage, one carucate of land, and 9s. of rent in Norton-next-Cannokbury, Great Wyrleye, and Little Wyrleye.

Hubert and Isabella remit all right in the tenements which they held for the life of Isabella, for which Nicholas and Joan gave them £20.

No. 34. On the Octaves of St. Hillary. 16 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 18 E. III.

Between Richard de la Pole, of Hertyndon, complainant, and Agnes, daughter of William Moycok, deforciant of a messuage, twenty-five acres of land, and 3s. 3½d. rent in Alstonesfeld and Ilum.

Agnes acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Richard, and conveyed to him in Court the messuage, eighteen acres of land, and the rent, and further granted that seven acres of land which Thomas, son of Elias Moycok, held for the life of Dulcia, formerly wife of Henry William, of the inheritance of the said Agnes, in Alstonesfeld, and which after the death of Dulcia ought to revert to Agnes, may remain to Richard and his heirs, and for this grant Richard gave Agnes 20 marks of silver.

No. 35. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 18 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 18 E. III.

Between Sir Walter de Beysyn, Knight, complainant, and Henry de Mortimer the elder, and Roger de Chilyngton, Chaplain, deforciants of two mills, two carucates of land, four acres of meadow, and 10s. of rent in Eton and Longenorle.

Walter acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Henry, for which Henry and Roger granted them to Walter to hold for life, with remainder to John, son of Walter, and his issue, and failing such, to remain to the right heirs of Walter for ever.

No. 36. At a month from Easter. 18 E. III.

Between Hugh de Aston and Lora his wife, complainants, and William del Thornes and Margery his wife, deforciants of six acres of meadow and six acres of moor in Shenstone and Allerwych. (Aldridge).

William and Margery remit all right to Hugh and Lora and the heirs of Hugh, for which Hugh and Lora gave them £10 sterling.

No. 37. At a month from Easter. 18 E. III.

Between Robert Bate, of the Thornes, complainant, and William del Thornes and Margery his wife, deforciants of a messuage and eight acres of land in Shenston.

William and Margery remit all right to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave them 20 marks of silver.

No. 38. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 18 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 18 E. III.

Between Henry, son of Thomas de Lynton, complainant, and John, son of Nicholas de Stebbyngge, and Joan his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Lychefeld.

John and Joan remit all right to Henry and his heirs, for which Henry gave them 100s.

No. 39. On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 18 E. III.

Between Robert de Knypreslegh and Elena his wife, complainants (by John de Caldon, custos of Elena), and William de Knypreslegh and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage and fifty acres of land in Knypreslegh.

William and Agnes grant the tenements to Robert and Elena and their issue, and failing such, to revert to William and Agnes and the heirs of Agnes for ever, and for this grant Robert and Elena gave 20 marks of silver.

No. 40. On the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 18 E. III.

Between William de Horton, complainant, and Richard de Somersale, Chaplain, deforciant of a messuage, twenty-four acres of land, and ten acres of meadow in Endon.

William acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Richard, for which Richard granted them to William, to hold for life, with remainder to Richard, son of the same William and his issue, and failing such, to remain to Adam, brother of the same Richard, and his issue, and failing such, to remain to the right heirs of the said William for ever.

No. 41. On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 18 E. III.

Between Henry de Lancaster, Earl of Derby, complainant, and Robert de Grendon, deforciant of the manor of Shenstone.

Robert remitted all right, for which the Earl gave him 100 marks. (Endorsed.)

John de Freford and Margaret his wife, and Alice, formerly wife of Philip de Chetewynde, put in their claim.

No. 42. On the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 18 E. III.

Between Sir Richard de Stafford, Knight, complainant, and Robert de Bodicote, of Lychefeld, and Margery his wife, deforciants of thirty acres of land in Pype.

Robert and Margery remitted all right to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them 20 marks.

No. 43. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 19 E. III.

Between Thomas de Clopton, Clerk, complainant, and Thomas de Hulton, and Leticia his wife, deforciants of a messuage, fifty-six acres of land, three acres of meadow, seven acres of moor, and 2s. 5d. of rent in Homerwych.

Thomas de Hulton and Leticia remit all their right to Thomas de Clopton and his heirs, for which Thomas de Clopton gave them 100 marks of silver.

No. 44. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 19 E. III.

Between Thomas de Clopton, Clerk, complainant, and John de Hondesacre, Carpenter, and Isabella his wife, deforciants of a messuage, eight acres of land, and one acre of moor in Homerwych.

John and Isabella remit all their right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them 20 marks of silver.

No. 45. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 18 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 19 E. III.

Between William, son of John de Wystaneswyk, and Agnes his wife, complainants, and John de Hynkeley, Knight, and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of a messuage and a bovate of land in Wystaneswyk.

John and Elizabeth grant the tenements to William and Agnes and their issue, rendering 4 marks of silver yearly, and if they died without leaving issue, the tenements to revert to John and Elizabeth, and to the heirs of the said Elizabeth. For this grant William and Agnes gave 20 marks of silver.

No. 46. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 19 E. III.

Between Thomas de Clopton, Canon of the church of St. Cedde of Lichefeld, complainant, and Richard del Heth, of Lichefeld, and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage and twenty acres of land in Lichefeld, Curburg, and Elmhurst.

Richard and Agnes remit all their right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave them 20 marks of silver.

No. 47. On the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 19 E. III.

Between Richard de Stafford, Knight, and Isabella his wife, complainants, and Hugh de Hopewas, and John de Bollenhull, Chaplain, deforciants of the manor of Pype, and six messuages, 109 acres of land, thirteen acres of meadow, five acres of pasture, and 18s. 9d. of rent in Pype, Lychefeld, Longedon, Abenhale, Childerhay, Great Wyrleye, and Norton.

Richard acknowledged the manor, etc., to be the right of Hugh, for which Hugh and John granted them to Richard and Isabella, and to the heirs of the body of Richard, and failing such, to remain to the right heirs of Richard for ever.

No. 48. On the Quindene of Easter. 19 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 19 E. III.

Between Roger de la Botelarie, of Burton-on-Trent, complainant, and Walter Bullok, of Burton-on-Trent, and Leticia, his wife, deforciants of two messuages and two tofts in Burton-on-Trent.

Walter and Leticia acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Roger, for which Roger granted to them one messuage and the tofts, rendering for them yearly a rose at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, for the life of Leticia, and after her decease to revert to Roger and his heirs for ever.

No. 49. On the Quindene of Easter. 19 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Holy Trinity. 19 E. III.

Between John de Hodynet and Margery his wife, complainants, and Thomas de Haveneyate, Chaplain, deforciant of three messuages, eighty acres of land, and 15d. of rent in Bradeleye, next Stafford.

John and Margery acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Thomas, for which Thomas granted them to John and Margery, to hold for their lives, with remainder to William, their son, and Alianora his wife, and to their issue, and failing such, they shall remain to the right heirs of John for ever.

No. 50. On the Quindene of Easter. 19 E. III.

Between Robert de Weston, Chaplain, complainant, and William de Walton and Margery his wife, deforciants of ten messuages, a mill, eighty acres of land, and twenty acres of pasture in Lychefeld, Fulfen, Morghwale, Fyssherwyk, Great Curburgh, and Kyngesbromleye.

William and Margery acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Robert, for which Robert granted them to William and Margery, to hold for their lives, with remainder to John, son of John le Blount, and Agnes his wife, and their issue, and if they died without issue, they shall remain to Matilda, sister of Agnes, and her issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Margery for ever.

No. 51. On the Octaves of St. Michael. 18 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 19 E. III.

Between Thomas le Taverner, of Lichefeld, and Joan his wife, complainants, and Richard, son of William Fust, of Lichefeld, deforciant of a messuage in Lichefeld, which Lyna, formerly the wife of Fust (sic), of Lichefeld, held for life, and which after her death should revert to Richard and his heirs.

Richard remitted all right and granted that the tenement should remain after the death of Lyna to Thomas and Joan, and the heirs of Thomas, for which Thomas and Joan gave him 20 marks of silver.

No. 52. On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 19 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 19 E. III.

Between Adam del Cannoke and Margery his wife, complainants, and John Umfrey, Chaplain, deforciant of a messuage in Stafford.

Adam and Margery remitted all right, for which John granted to them the messuage, for their lives, with remainder to Thomas Colmon and Edith his wife, and to the heirs of Thomas for ever.

No. 53. On the Morrow of the Ascension. 19 E. III.

Between Henry de Lancaster, Earl of Derby, complainant, and John de Freford and Margaret his wife, and Alice, formerly the wife of Sir Philip de Chetewynde, deforciants of the manor of Roshale, and two parts of the manor of Shenstone.

John and Margaret, and Alice remitted all right, for which the Earl gave them £100 sterling.

No. 54. On the Quindene of Easter. 20 E. III.

Between Henry atte Brugge, of Roucestre, complainant, and William de Boyfeld, of Alveton, and Margaret his wife, deforciants of a messuage and twelve acres of land in Alveton and Denston.

William and Margaret remit all right to Henry and his heirs, for which Henry gave them 20 marks of silver.

No. 55. On the Quindene of Easter. 20 E. III.

Between William Placegrene and Margaret his wife, complainants, and Richard de Stretton and Margery his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Marchynton.

Richard and Margery remitted all right, for which William and Margaret gave them 100s. of silver.

No. 56. On the Quindene of St. Michael. 19 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 20 E. III.

Between Richard Holft, of Bradenop, complainant, and John, son of William Bagenold, and Alice his wife, deforciants of a messuage and twelve acres of land in Bradenop.

John and Alice remitted all right to Richard and his heirs, for which Richard gave them 20 marks of silver.

No. 57. On the Morrow of the Purification. 20 E. III.

Between William de Shareshull and Dionisia his wife, complainants, and Margery, daughter of Ralph Bagot, Knight, deforciant of the manor of Patleshull.

Margery remitted all right to William and Dionisia and heirs of William, for which William and Dionisia gave her 100 marks of silver.

No. 58. On the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 20 E. III.

Between John de Ardene, Knight, and Elena his wife, complainants, and Thomas de Buston and Robert de Acton, deforciants of the manor of Elleford.

John acknowledged the manor to be the right of Robert, for which Thomas and Robert granted it to John and Elena, to hold for their lives, and after their decease it shall remain to Thomas, son of Elena, and to his issue male. If he should die without issue male, it shall remain to Walclin, brother of Thomas, son of Elena, and his issue male, and if Walclin should die without issue male, it shall remain to the issue of John and Elena, and if they have no issue, it shall remain to the right heirs of John for ever.

No. 59. On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 18 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of Trinity. 20 E. III.

Between Adam de Morton, Thomas, his brother, and William, son of the same Adam, complainants, and William de Shareshull, Knight, deforciant of the manor of Wylbryghton, and 18s. of rent in Blumenhull.

William de Shareshull acknowledged the manor and rent to belong to William, son of Adam, of which one moiety was to be held by Adam, Thomas, and William, son of Adam, and the heirs of William. The rent and the other moiety, which Thomas Moton and Alianora his wife, held for their lives, and which after their decease should revert to William de Shareshull, shall remain to Adam, Thomas, and William, son of Adam, and to the heirs of William for ever. For this grant Adam, Thomas, and William gave to William de Shareshull 100 marks of silver.

No. 60. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 20 E. III.

Between Roger Hillary, Knight, complainant, and Henry de Moxelowe, deforciant of a messuage, four acres of pasture, 18½ d. of rent, and a third part of a carucate of land in Wednesbury.

Henry acknowledged the tenements and rent to be the right of Roger, for which Roger granted them to him, to hold for life, at a rent of one rose at the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and after his decease they shall revert to Roger and his heirs for ever.

No. 61. On the Quindene of Easter. 20 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 20 E. III.

Between William le . . ., of Hales, complainant, and Richard de Norton, Masoun, and Agnes his wife, deforciants of a messuage and 6d. of rent in Lichefeld.

Richard and Agnes remitted all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave them 100s. of silver.

No. 62. At three weeks from Easter. 20 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 20 E. III.

Between Humfrey de Hastanges, complainant, and William de Blacelowe, of Stafford, and Alice his wife, deforciants of a messuage in Stafford.

William and Alice remitted all right to Humfrey and his heirs, for which Humfrey gave them 100s. of silver.

No. 63. On the Octaves of St. Michael. 20 E. III.

Between Roger de Elyngton, Clerk, complainant, and Richard atte Chirchyord, of Alrewych, deforciant of ten acres of meadow and two acres of pasture in Alrewych.

Richard remitted all right, and surrendered four acres of meadow to Roger in the Court. He also granted that the residue which Agnes Halbyn, the mother of Richard, held for life when this agreement was made, should remain to Roger and his heirs, and for this grant Roger gave him 10 marks of silver. And Agnes was present when this agreement was made, and did fealty to Roger in the Court.

Footnotes

1 Ralph Basset's eldest son Ralph had lately died, leaving a son Ralph, who succeeded his grandfather.
2 Roger was one of the King's clerks in the Court of Common Pleas.
3 As Ashley was held in capite of the Crown, the license of the King was required before a fine could be levied.