Fines of mixed counties
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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183-192

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'Fines of mixed counties: Edward III', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 11 (1890), pp. 183-192. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52497 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Fines Of Mixed Counties. Temp. E. III.

At the Quindene of Easter. 4 E. III.

Between William de Kareswelle and Mary his wife, complainants, and Magister Thomas de Laugeleye, deforciant of the manors of Nethersodynton, Torleton, and Weston Mauduyt, in co. Gloucester, and the manors of Mulcote, Little Dersynton, Pynnele, Styvychale, and Wykene, and a messuage and £10 of rent in Herdebarewe, and the advowsons of the Churches of Wethamcote and Herdebarewe, in co. Warwick.

Magister Thomas granted the said manors and advowsons to William and Mary, to be held for the life of Mary, and after their decease to remain to Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey de Langeleye, and to his issue, and failing such issue, to the right heirs of William for ever. And for this grant the said William and Mary gave to Thomas £100.

On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 5 E. III.

Between William de Mulverton the younger, Chaplain, complainant, and John Trussel, of Cubblesdon, and Alianora his wife, deforciants of the manor of Cubleston, in co. Stafford, and of half the manor of Hales under Luseyerd, in the same county, and of the other half of the said manor of Hales, in co. Salop.

John and Alianora acknowledged the right of William, for which William granted the said manors to John for his life, with remainder to John, son of the said John, and to his male issue, and failing such, to Fulk, brother of the said John, son of John, and his male issue, and failing such, to Warine, brother of the said Fulk, and his male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of John Trussel for ever.

On the Quindene of Easter. 7 E. III.

Between William le Blount and Margery his wife, complainants, and Nicholas de Colshull, Chaplain, deforciant of the castle and manor of Webbeleye, in co. Hereford, and the manor of Balterdeleye, and 6 marks, 5s. 7d. of rent in Rammesore, Bydulf, and Fenton Culvert, in co. Stafford.

William and Margery acknowledged the right of Nicholas, for which the said Nicholas granted the said castle, manors and rent to them and their issue, to be held of the King and his heirs, and failing such issue, to remain to the right heirs of Margery for ever. And this Concord was made by virtue of the King's precept.

On the Quindene of Easter. 8 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 8 E. III.

Between William, son of Stephen de Ocleye the younger, complainant, and William, son of Stephen de Ocleye the elder, impedient of a messuage, a mill, a carucate of land, and four acres of meadow in Ocleye, in co. Stafford, and of a mill, three carucates of land, ten acres of meadow, and 5s. rent, and a moiety of 400 acres of pasture in Betton-under-Lyme and Norton in Halys, in co. Salop.

William, son of Stephen the elder, acknowledged the tenements and rent to belong to the complainant and his heirs, for which the complainant gave him £100 sterling.

At York, on the Octaves of St. Hillary. 8 E. III.

Between Richard de la Pole, of Hartindon, complainant, and Henry, son of Richard de la Pole, deforciant of four messuages [ ] a carucate of land in Hertyndon, in co. Derby, and the eighteenth part of the manor of Alstanefeld, in co. Stafford.

Richard acknowledged the said tenements and eighteenth part to be the right of Henry, for which Henry granted them to Richard for his life, with remainder to John, son of the said Richard and Joan, daughter of Richard de Ockeore, and to their issue, and failing such, to remain to the right heirs of Richard for ever.

At York, on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 8 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 8 E. III.

Between Giles de Meignyll, complainant, and Joan, formerly wife of Hugh de Meignyll, deforciant of the advowson of the Church of Kyngesleye, in co. Stafford, and the moiety of the manor of La Newehalle, and the advowson of the Church of Herteshorn, in co. Derby, and of the moiety of the manors of Upton and Burcononeray, in co. Leycester.

Giles acknowledged the said advowsons and moieties to be the right of Joan, for which Joan granted them to Giles and his issue, and she further conceded that the third part of the said moieties, which Hugh de Neville and Ida his wife held in dower of her inheritance, and which should revert to her and her heirs after the death of Ida, shall remain to Giles and his issue, and failing such issue, the said advowsons and moieties shall remain to Hugh, brother of Giles, and his issue, and failing such, to Cecily, the sister of Hugh, and to her heirs for ever.

At York, on the Morrow of St. John the Baptist. 9 E. III.

Between Robert Tochet, complainant, and Edmund Tochet, deforciant of the manor of Assewell, in co. Roteland, and the manor of Marketon, in co. Derby.

Robert acknowledged the said manors to be the right of Edmund, for which Edmund granted them to Robert for his life, with remainder to Thomas, son of the said Robert and Joan his wife, and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas for ever.

At York, on the Morrow of the Purification. 13 E. III.

Between Matilda de Vernoun, complainant, and Richard de Peures and Alianora his wife, deforciants of a Knight's fee in Stotfold and Haselore, and the manor of Clifton Campvill, excepting 120 acres of land, sixteen acres of meadow, eighteen acres of pasture, twenty-four acres of wood in the same manors, and of the advowson of the Church of Clifton Campville, in co. Stafford, and 120 acres of land, sixteen acres of meadow, eighteen acres of pasture, and twenty-four acres of wood in Clifton Campville and Chirche Sheyle, in co. Leycestre.

Matilda acknowledged the said Knight's fee, manor, and tenements, and advowson to belong to Alianora, of which Richard and Alianora held the said manor and tenements and advowson of the Church, and for this acknowledgment the said Richard and Alianora granted the same to Matilda for her life, and they further granted to her the said Knight's fee, with the homages and services of John de Arderne, John de Lee, Thomas de Harecourt, William le Fremon, Henry le Fremon, John, son of Hugh de Tymmor, Ralph de Tymmore, Richard de Tymmor, Richard de Strethay, Alice, formerly wife of William le Chaumberleyn, Robert le Wolf, Robert le Cuntur, Richard Austyn, and Henry de Tymmor, and their heirs, for all the tenements they held in the vills of Stotfold and Haselore, to be held by Matilda for her life, and after her death they shall remain to Richard de Stafford and Isabella his wife and their issue, and failing such, to Matilda, daughter of Richard de Vernoun, junior, and her issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Matilda de Vernoun for ever. Endorsed Gilbert de Burmyngham and Isabella his wife, John de Seyntcler and Coletta his wife, Robert de Greseleye and Katrine his wife, Richard de Peures and Alianora his wife, and Matilda de Vernoun put in their claim.

At a month from Easter. 13 E. III.

Between Ralph Basset, of Weldon, Knight, and Joan his wife, complainants, and Roger Basset, Parson of the Church of Arthyngworth, and Henry, son of Philip Traylly, deforciants of the manor of Thorpe Langeton, in co. Leycestre, and the manor of Madele, in co. Stafford.

Ralph and Joan acknowledged the right of the deforciants for which they granted the said manors to Ralph and Joan for their lives, with remainder to Ralph, son of Ralph Basset, of Weldon, and Joan, daughter of Richard de la Pole, citizen of London, and their male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of the said Ralph Basset for ever.

At York, on the Morrow of the Ascension. 13 E. III.

Between Ralph Basset, of Drayton, Ralph, son of Ralph Basset, of Drayton, and Joan, daughter of Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, complainants, and William de Herle, Knight, and Thomas de Radeclyve Parson of the Church of Olneye, deforciants of the manor of Walshale, in co. Stafford, the manor of Olneye, in co. Bucks, and the manor of Bu . . by, in co. Northampton.

Ralph acknowledged the said manors to belong to the deforciants, for which they granted them to him for his life, with remainder to Ralph, son of Ralph and Joan, and their issue, and failing such, to remain to the male issue of Ralph, and failing such, to Ralph de Stafford for his life, with remainder to Richard de Stafford for his life, with remainder to Ralph, son of Ralph de Stafford, and his male issue, and failing such, to Richard, son of the said Richard, and his male issue, and failing such, to Thomas de Beauchamp, son of the said Earl, and his male issue, and failing such, to the said Earl and his heirs for ever.

On the Quindene of St. Michael. 13 E. III.

Between Ralph de Stafford and Margaret his wife, complainants, and Alan Brid, Vicar of the Church of Copenhale, deforciant of the manors of Stafford, Bradeleye, and Madeleye-under-Lyme, and of the advowsons of the Churches of Stafford, Bradeleye, and Madeleye, in co. Stafford, and of the manors of Waweswotton and Tyso, in co. Warwick.

Ralph acknowledged the said manors and advowsons to be the right of Alan, for which Alan granted them to the said Ralph and Margaret and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Ralph for ever.

On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 14 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of St. Michael. 14 E. III.

Between Richard, son of Richard de Pirye, complainant, and Sarra, formerly wife of John de Dixeleye, and John, son of John de Barre, senior, deforciants of the manor of Wytton, excepting 100 acres of pasture and 40s. of rent, in co. Warwick, and of eight acres of land and an acre of pasture in Honesworth, in co. Stafford.

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

On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 14 E. III.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of St. Michael. 14 E. III.

Between Nicholas de la Beche, Chivaler, complainant, and John, son of John de Sutton upon Trent, Chivaler, and Isabella his wife, deforciant of twelve messuages, a mill, two carucates of land, twelve acres of meadow, sixty acres of pasture, forty acres of wood, and £40 of rent, and thirty Knight's fees in Bradefeld, Ingefeld, Bastelden, Ufton Roberd, KyngestonBakepuz, Compton near Ordeston, Est Hildesle, Yatynden, Stanford, West Hildesle, and Inkepenne, in co. Berks, and of three Knight's fees in Abbrichesworthe and Middelton, in co. Surrey, and of 50s. 5½d. of rent in Broune-Candevere, Prestones-Candevere, and Polhampton, in co. Southampton.

John and Isabella acknowledged the said rent and Knights fees to be the right of Nicholas, and they remitted and quit-claimed to him and to his heirs the said tenements and £40 of rent, and they further granted that the said fees and 50s. 5½d. of rent, which John de Sutton upon Trent, Chivaler, held for his life, by the courtesy of England, of the inheritance of the said John, son of John, should remain to the said Nicholas and his heirs, and for this grant the said Nicholas gave to them 100 marks, and this concord was made in the presence of John de Sutton who did fealty to the said Nicholas in Court.

On the Octaves of St. Michael. 14 E. III.

Between John, son of John de Sutton upon Trent and Isabella his wife complainants, and Stephen Swetemon, of Duddeleye, Clerk, and John de Colleshulle, Chaplain, deforciants of the Castle of Duddeleye, and the manors of Seggesleye, Kyngeswynford, and Rouley Somery, and of a messuage and carucate of land, six acres of meadow, and six acres of pasture in Tybyngton (Tipton), in co. Stafford, and of the vill of Duddeleye, in co. Wygorn.

John, son of John, acknowledged the said castle, vill, manors, and tenements to be the right of the deforciants, for which they granted them to the said John and Isabella and their male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of John, son of John for ever, and this concord was made by virtue of the King's precept.

On the Quindene of Easter. 17 E. III.

Between Thomas Hastang, Chivaler, and John Hastang, Chivaler and Blanche his wife, complainants, and John de Naileston, Parson of the Church of Wolfhamcote, deforciant of the manors of La Grave and Buddebrok, in co. Warwick, and the manor of Chebbeseye, in co. Stafford.

Thomas acknowledged the said manors to be the right of John de Naileston, for which the said John granted them to Thomas for his life, with remainder to John Hastang and Blanch, and to their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas for ever.

On the Quindene of St. Martin. 17 E. III.

Between Thomas de Furnival and Margaret his wife, complainants, by Adam de Lymbergh, the custos of Margaret, and William de Slotheby, Parson of the Church of Wylughby, and John de Neuton, Chaplain, deforciants of the castle and manor of Alveton, in co. Stafford, and of the manor of Treton, and of the advowson of the Church of the same.

Thomas acknowledged the said castle, manors, and advowson to be the right of the deforciants, for which they granted them to Thomas and Margaret and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas for ever.

On the Quindene of St. Hillary. 17 E. III.

Between John de Chetewynde, Chivaler, complainant, and Reginald de Chetewynde, Parson of the Church of Chetewynde, deforciant of the manor of Weston, near Assheleye, in co. Stafford, and of the manor of Chetewynde, and of the advowson of the Church of the same in co. Salop.

John acknowledged the said manors and advowson to be the right of Reginald, for which Reginald granted them to John for his life, with remainder to Richard, son of Adam de Peshale, and Joan, daughter of Reginald, son of the said John de Chetewynde and to their issue, and failing such, to the issue of the said Joan, and failing such issue, to William, son of the said John and his male issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of the said John for ever.

On the Quindene of Hillary. 17 E. III.

Between John de Chetewynde, Chivaler, complainant, and Reginald de Chetewynde, Parson of the Church of Chetewynde, deforciant of the manor of Houle, excepting a mill in co. Salop, and of six messuages, two carucates of land, and 8d. rent in Thenford and Denchesworthe, in co. Berks, and of sixteen messuages, six virgates of land, six acres of pasture, and two acres of wood in Baxterleye, in co. Warwick.

John acknowledged the said manor and tenements to be the right of Reginald, for which the said Reginald granted them to John for his life, with remainder to William, son of the said John and his heirs for ever.

On the Quindene of Easter. 18 E. III.

Between William de Shareshulle, Chivaler, and Dionisia his wife, complainants, and Henry Power and William de Broghton, deforciants of the manors of Patleshull and Overton in co. Stafford, and of the manors of Roulesham and Barton Odo, in co. Oxon., and of the manor of Bolynghale, in co. Salop.

William de Shareshull acknowledged the said manors to be the right of the deforciants, for which they granted them to William and Dionisia for their lives, and they further conceded that the manor of Overton which Nicholas de Shareshull held for life, and likewise the manor of Roulesham, which John, son of William Foliot held for life, shall remain to the said William and Dionisia for their lives, and after their decease all the said manors shall remain to William, son of the said William and Joan his wife, and the issue of William, and failing such, to the right heirs of William de Shareshull, Chivaler for ever.

On the Octaves of St. Hillary. 18 E. III.

Between John de Gynewell, Canon of the Church of Salisbury and Magister Ralph de Gadesbury, complainants, and Hugh d'Audele, Earl of Gloucester, and Ralph Baron Stafford and Margaret his wife, deforciants of the manors of Rothewell, Navesby, Whishton, and Glapthorne, in co. Northampton, the manor of Southo in co. Huntyndon, and a rent of £8 5s. 10d. in Yeveldene, Rokesden, and other places named, in co. Bedford.

The Earl and Ralph acknowledged the said manors and rent to be the right of the complainants, for which the complainants granted them to the Earl for his life, with remainder to Ralph, son of the said Baron Ralph and Matilda, daughter of Henry de Lancaster, Earl of Derby and their issue, and failing such, to remain to the said Baron Ralph and Margaret, and their issue for ever.

At three weeks from Easter. 22 E. III.

Between Sibil, formerly wife of Ralph de Grendon, complainant, and Robert de Greseleye, Knight, deforciant of four messuages and three virgates of land in Ednynghale, in co. Derby, and of two messuages and four virgates of land in Ednynghale, in co. Stafford.

Robert grants the tenements to Sibil for her life, with remainder to John, son of Sibil and to his issue, and failing such to Thomas, brother of John, and to his issue, and failing such to William, brother of Thomas and to his issue, and failing such to Margaret, sister of William and to her issue, and failing such, to Agnes. sister of Margaret and to her issue, and failing such to Alice, sister of Agnes, and to her issue, and failing such to revert to Robert and his heirs for ever.

On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 22 E. III., and afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Michael. 22 E. III.

Between Margaret, daughter of Robert de la Warde, Chivaler, complainant, and Roger de la Warde, Chivaler, deforciant of the third part of the manor of Neuhall, and of the advowson of the Church of Herteshorn, in co. Derby, and of the third part of the manors of Upton and Burton Nonerey, in co. Leycester, and of the advowson of the Church of Kyngesleye, in co. Stafford.

Margaret acknowledged the right of Roger, for which he granted the third parts of Upton and Burton Nonerey, and the said advowsons to her for her life, and he further granted that the said third part of the manor of Newhalle, which Giles de Meignill held for a term of eleven years, should remain to the said Margaret, to be held for her life, and after her death, the said third parts and advowsons shall remain to John de Wyndesore and William de Burgh, Clerks, and the heirs of John.

On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 25 E. III.

Between Ralph, Earl of Stafford, complainant, and Gilbert Chastelleyn, Knight, Richard de Stafford, Parson of the Church of Worthyn, Walter de Frelond, Parson of the Church of Okham, and Richard de Piryton, Clerk, deforciants of the Castle of Caus, and the manors of Munsterleye, Nethergorthorne, and the moiety of the manor of Worthyn, in co. Salop, and of the manor of Roulandright, in co. Oxon, and of the manor of Stanford Ryvers, and the Hundred of Angre, in co. Essex, and of the manor of Wolford, in co. Warwick.

The Earl acknowledged the said Castle, manors, and Hundred to be the right of the deforciants, for which they granted them to him for his life, with remainder to Hugh son of the Earl, and Philippa, daughter of Thomas de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and to their issue, and failing such, to revert to Ralph, Earl of Stafford, and his issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Ralph, Earl of Stafford, for ever.

At three weeks from Easter. 33 E. III.

Between John de Hyde, Chivaler, and Alice his wife, complainants, and William de Salford, Parson of the Church of Longford, deforciant of two messuages, 140 acres of land, ten acres of meadow, sixty acres of wood, and 100s. of rent in Ethelaston, (Ellaston), in co. Stafford, and of the moiety of the manor of Barleburgh, in co. Derby.

John and Alice acknowledged the right of William, for which he granted the tenements to them for the life of Alice, with remainder to Nicholas de Longeford, Chivaler, and his heirs for ever.

At a month from Easter. 33 E. III.

Between Thomas de Pixstoke, Parson of the Church of Grendon, and Richard de Grendon, Chaplain, complainants, and Nicholas de Stafford, Chivaler, and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of the manors of Throuleye and Frodeswell, in co. Stafford, and of the moiety of the manor of Tiddeswell, and of four messuages, a rent of 5s. 10d., the Bailiwick of the Forestership of High Peak (de Alto Pecco), two parts of a messuage, and the moiety of five messuages, a mill, and a virgate of land in Tiddeswell, Wormehull, and Spondon, in co. Derby.

Nicholas and Elizabeth acknowledged the said manors, tenements, rent, and Bailiwick to be the right of Thomas, for which the said Thomas granted them to Nicholas and Elizabeth and to their issue, and he further conceded that the third part of the said moiety of the manor which Matilda, formerly wife of Richard Danyel, Knight, held in dower, and the said messuages, rent, and two parts of a messuage and the moiety of five messuages and virgate of land, which John Meverel held for his life shall revert to the said Nicholas and Elizabeth, and to their issue, together with the said manors, Bailiwick, etc., and failing their issue, the said manors, Bailiwick, etc., shall remain to the right heirs of Elizabeth (fn. 1) for ever.

On the Octaves of the Purification. 26 E. III.

Between John Sokeyno, complainant, and Simon Warde and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of the manor of Thorp, in co. Derby, and of six messuages, eight bovates of land, and forty acres of wood in Okore, (Okeover), Matherfeld, and Calton, in co. Stafford.

Simon and Elizabeth remit all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 200 marks.

On the Quindene of St. Michael. 26 E. III., and afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 27 E. III.

Between William de Pole, Chivaler, and Margaret his wife, complainants, and John de l'Isle, Knight, Hugh de Bray, Warine, son of Warine de Bassyngbourne, Knight, and William de la Dale, deforciants of the manor of Scalby, and of the advowson of the church of Northorp, in co. Lincoln, of the manor of Knapton, and four mills in Pykhall, in co. York, and of the manors of Picheford, Tassele, and Oldebury, and the advowson of the churches of Picheford and Tassele, in co. Salop, and of the manor of Stretton, in co. Stafford, and of the manor of Upletcombe, and the advowson of the church of the same in co. Berks.

The deforciants acknowledged the said manors, mills, and advowsons, to be the right of William and Margaret, and heirs of Margaret, for which William and Margaret gave them 200 marks.

At three weeks from Easter. 34 E. III.

Between James de Audeleye of Helegh, and Isabella his wife, complainants, and Hugh de Newehalle, Parson of the church of Southmolton, and Philip Warewyk, Chaplain, deforciants of the manors of Warkelegh, Merwode, Ilfridecombe, Upexe, Seinte Maryechurche, Wearecharlereye, and Wolryngton, and the advowsons of the churches of Saterlegh, Warkelegh, and Merwode, in co. Devon, and the manor of Pulle, and advowson of the same, and other tenements and rents named in the said counties. By this fine all the manors, tenements, and advowsons named, in the counties of Devon and Somerset, were settled on James and Isabella, for their lives and after their deaths, £14 of rent from the vill of Tottenesse, was to remain to James, son of the said James and Isabella, and his issue male, and failing such to the issue of the said James and Isabella, and failing such to the right heirs of James de Audelegh. And the manors and advowsons above-named, excepting those of Upexe and Pulle, and Seinte Marychurche, were to remain to Thomas, brother of the said James, son of the said James and Isabella and to his issue male, and failing such, to the right heirs of James and Isabella, and failing such, to the right heirs of James de Audelegh; and the said manors of Upexe and Pulle and tenements in Cridye, and other places named, were to remain to Roland, brother of James, son of the said James and Isabella, and his issue male, and failing such, to Oliver, brother of the said Roland, and his issue male, and failing such, to the right heirs of James and Isabella, and failing such to the right heirs of James de Audelegh, and the manor of Seinte marye church, and certain tenements, etc., named in Shillyngford, were to remain to the said Oliver, and his male issue, and failing such, to remain to Roland, and his male issue, and failing such to the right heirs of James and Isabella, and failing such, to the right heirs of James de Audelegh for ever.

On the Morrow of All Souls. 34 E. III.

Between John de Delves, complainant, and John de Perers, deforciant of a messuage, a carucate of land, ten acres of meadow, twenty acres of pasture, and twenty acres of wood, in Tissynton, in co. Derby, and of two parts of the manor of Coldenorton, and 20s. of rent in Bettelegh, in co. Stafford.

John de Perers acknowledged the said tenements, etc., to be the right of John de Delves, and his heirs, for which John de Delves gave him 200 marks.

On the Octaves of the Purification. 43 E. III.

Between Ralph, Earl of Stafford, complainant, and William de Halughton and Matilda his wife, deforciant of 20 marks of rent in LemyngtonHastang, in co. Warwick, and of £40 of rent in Grafton and Upton Waryn, in co. Wygorn.

William and Matilda remit all right to the Earl and his heirs, for which the Earl gave them £300.

On the Morrow of the Ascension. 43 E. III.

Between Roger de Cherleton and Elizabeth his wife, complainants, and John de Stoke, and William de Hereford of Lodelowe, deforciants of the manors of Billynggesleye, Milvichhope, Hongerford, and Borewardeslye, and a messuage and carucate of land, £4 16s. of rent in Possethorne and Thongelonde, in co. Salop, and of the manors of Longenorle and Water Eton, in co. Stafford.

Roger and Elizabeth acknowledged the said manors and tenements to be the right of the deforciants, for which they granted them to Roger and Elizabeth and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Elizabeth for ever.

On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 44 E. III.

Between Robert de Ferrers and Elizabeth his wife, complainants, and Richard le Parker, Chaplain, Gilbert Niel, Chaplain, and Nicholas Poywik, Chaplain, deforciants of the manors of Wemme, Lopynton, and Hynstoke, and the advowson of the church of Wemme, in co. Salop, and of the manor of Tyrleye, in co. Stafford, and of the manors of Overesleye and Merston Botyler, in co. Warwick, and of the manor of Northburgh, and the advowson of the same in co. Leycestre.

Robert and Elizabeth acknowledged the said manors and advowsons to be the right of the deforciants, for which they granted them to Robert and Elizabeth for their lives, with remainder to the right heirs of Elizabeth for ever.

On the Quindene of St. John the Baptist. 44 E. III.

Between John de Middenhull, Clerk, Walter de Warnham and Philip Landfey, complainants, and Thomas de Leukenore, Chivaler, and Joan his wife, deforciants of the manor of Stoke Doyly, in co. Northampton, the manor of Whatton, in co. Leycestre, of the manor of la Doune, in co. Sussex, and of the manor of Ronton, in co. Stafford.

Thomas and Joan remit all right to the complainants and heirs of John de Middenhull, for which he and the others gave them 400 marks.

On the Octaves of St. Martin. 40 E. III., and afterwards recorded on the Quindene of St. Hillary. 44 E. III.

Between Henry Wardeden and John Courthorp, complainants, and John Wardeden and Alice his wife, deforciants of seven messuages, a mill, four carucates of land, ten acres of meadow, and 56s. 8d. rent in Blokeston, Somerby, and Carlton Curlu, in co. Leycestre, and of a messuage and a carucate of land in Swynefen, in co. Stafford.

John and Alice remit all right to the complainants and heirs of Henry, and further grant to them and the heirs of Henry, the reversion of a messuage and a carucate of land, parcel of the said tenements which William de Weston and Petronilla his wife, held for life, of the inheritance of Alice in the vill of Carlton Curlu, and for this grant the complainants gave 200 marks.

On the Quindene of St. Michael. 45 E. III., and afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 46 E. III.

Between John de Lutteley, complainant, and Roger Cheyne, Chivaler, and Matilda his wife, deforciants of a messuage, two carucates of land, and twenty acres of meadow, and 60s. of rent in Old Swyneford, Bettecote, Stourbrugge, and Wolaston, in co. Wygorn, and of the third part of the manor of Lutteleye, and of a carucate of land and twenty acres of meadow in Kyngeswyneford, Clent, and Amulcote (Amblecote), in co. Stafford, and of the third part of two carucates of land in Claverleye, Asteleye, Northleye, and Alvetheleye, in co. Salop.

Roger and Matilda remit all right in the said tenements, and third parts which they held for the life of Matilda, to John and his heirs, for which the said John was to render to them for the life of Matilda, £8 for the tenements in Olde Swyneford, Bettecote, Stourbrugge, and Wolaston, and £6. 9s. 4d. for the third part of the manor of Lutteleye, and the land in Kyngeswynford, Clent, and Amulcote, and 34s. 4d. for the third part of two carucates of land in Claverleye, Asteleye, Northleye, and Alvetheleye, and for this concession John gave to them 100 marks.

On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 46 E. III.

Between Philip de Oukovere and Alice his wife, complainants, and William atte Welle, Vicar of the church of Longeford, and John de Cressy Chaplain, deforciants of the manor of Oukovere, (Okeover), in co. Stafford, and of the manors of Snelston and Attelowe, and of three messuages, and forty acres of land in Mapelton near Assheburne, in co. Derby.

Philip and Alice acknowledged the manors and tenements to be the right of the deforciants, for which the deforciants granted them to Philip and Alice and their issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Philip for ever.

On the Octaves of St. Martin. 48 E. III.

Between William de Coton and Agnes his wife, complainants, and William son of Walter de Montegomery and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of two parts of the manor of Rydewarehamstal, in co. Stafford, and of two parts of a moiety of the manor of Boilston, in co. Derby, and of two parts of two messuages, sixty acres of land, seven acres of meadow, and 17s. of rent in Ivyngho, Pychelesthorne, and Aston, in co. Bucks.

William, son of Walter and Elizabeth acknowledged the right of William de Coton and Agnes, and quit claimed to them and to the heirs of Agnes all their right in the said two parts which they held for the life of Elizabeth, for which the said William and Agnes was to render to them, for the life of Elizabeth, 10 marks annually.

At a month from Michaelmas. 50 E. III.

Between Nicholas de Longeford, complainant, and Oliver de Barton and Alice his wife, deforciants of a third part of the manors of Longeford and Hathersegge, and of a moiety of the manors of Barleburgh and Kynwalmerssh, in co. Derby, and of a third part of the manor of Wythynton, in co. Lancastre, and of a third part of the manor of Elaston, in co. Stafford.

Oliver and Alice granted and quit claimed to Nicholas and his heirs, all their right in the said third parts which they held as dower of Alice, for which Nicholas granted to them for the life of Alice, 85 marks annually, and for this concession, etc., Nicholas gave them 200 marks.

On the Octaves of St. Hillary. 50 E. III.

Between John de Byrmyncham, Chivaler, complainant, and William, son of William Coleson of Walshale, and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of a third part of the manor of Byrmyncham, in co. Warwick, and of the third part of the manor of Shutteford, in co. Oxon, and of a third part of the manors of Dorton and Hoggeston, in co. Bucks.

William and Elizabeth quit claimed to John and his heirs all their right in the said third parts which they held as dower of Elizabeth, for which John gave them 200 marks.

Footnotes

1 Elizabeth was daughter and heiress of Thomas Meverel, of Throwley. Her husband, Sir Nicholas de Stafford was son of Sir Richard de Stafford, the elder. (Glover's MSS.)