Staffordshire Fines
Henry VII

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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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252-256

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'Staffordshire Fines: Henry VII', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 11 (1890), pp. 252-256. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52506 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Final Concords, Staffordshire. Temp. Hen. VII.

No. 2. On the Quindene of St. Martin. 1 Hen. VII.

Between John, Bishop of Worcester, William Plomme, Robert Enkebarough, Clerks, Robert Throkmarton, Armiger, Robert Handy, Walter James, and Thomas Wylcokkes, complainants, and Thomas Hexton and Joan his wife, deforciants of a messuage, 140 acres of land, twenty acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, twelve acres of wood, and 4s. of rent in Arley.

Thomas Hexton and Joan remit all right to the complainants, for which they gave 100 marks of silver.

No. 39. On the Quindene of St. Martin. 7 Hen. VII.

Between Robert Willoughby de Broke, Knight, Elizabeth Colshyll, and Alianora Strangways, widow, late the wife of John Twynyho, complainants, and Hugh Erdeswyke and Cecilia Erdeswyke, widow, deforciants of the manors of Bromshulf, Amulcote, Legh, Strongshulf, Austansfeld, and Hope, and the advowsons of the churches of Bromshulf and Legh; also fifty messuages, 1,500 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 500 acres of pasture, and eighty acres of wood in Bromshulf, Amulcote, Legh, Strongshulf, Austansfeld, and Hope.

Hugh and Cecilia remit all right to the complainants and heirs of Elizabeth, for which the complainants gave 1,000 marks of silver.

No. 2. On the Morrow of the Purification. 7 Hen. VII.

Between Edward Burton, complainant, and John Harwell, and Matilda his wife, deforciants of three messuages, 130 acres of land, seventy acres of pasture, and thirty acres of meadow in Okyn, Byldesbroke, and Tottenhale.

John and Matilda remit all right to Edward and his heirs, for which Edward gave them £40 sterling.

No. 48. On the Octaves of St. Martin. 9 Hen. VII.

Between Richard Barkeley, Richard Mitton, John Joce, and Simon Haryngton, complainants, and William Asteley, Armiger, and Joyce his wife, deforciants of the manor of Patteshull, and 100 acres of land, twenty acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, and 5 marks of rent in Patteshull, Burnell, Oldyngton, Milhous, Medley, and Nore.

William and Joyce remit all right to the complainants, for which they gave 500 marks of silver.

No. 6. On the Octaves of St. John the Baptist. 9 Hen. VII.

Between John Gerveys, complainant, and John Arnold and Margaret his wife, deforciants of a messuage and twenty acres of land in Ecclessall.

John Arnold and Margaret remit all right to John Gerveys and his heirs, for which John Gerveys gave them 40 marks of silver.

No. 7. On the Morrow of the Purification. 10 Hen. VII.

Between Robert Trogmerton, Armiger, and Robert Morgan, Armiger, Anker Beauchamp, Armiger, Robert Handy, Henry Hunte, Clerk, and Richard Gay, Clerk, complainants, and William Toky and Katherine his wife, deforciants of a messuage, a garden, fifty acres of land, ten acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture in Brewod, Gonston, and Chillyngton.

William and Katherine remit all right to the complainants, for which they gave £30 sterling.

No. 2. On the Octaves of St. Martin. 11 Hen. VII.

Between Richard, Bishop of Durham, Oliver, Bishop of Exeter, Giles Daubeney, of Daubeney, Knight, Reginald Bray, Knight, Thomas Lovell, Knight, James Hobart, Richard Emson, Andrew Dymmok, the elder, and John Walsshe, complainants, and Richard, Abbot of the monastery of the Blessed Mary of Teukesbury, deforciant of the manors of Kynfare and Stourton, and the office of bailiff of Chaspell, (fn. 1) also the office of ranger (Rangeatoris) of Chaspell, Iverley, and Asshewode, within the King's forest of Kynfare.

The Abbot remits all right to the complainants.

No. 49. On the Morrow of St. Martin. 11 Hen. VII.

Between John Harecourt, Armiger, Richard Egerton, Clerk, Thomas Harecourt, Armiger, and John Swynnerton, Armiger, complainants, and John Birde and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of eight messuages, seven gardens, 200 acres of land, forty acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, ten acres of wood, and 6s. 7d. of rent in Horsley, Egleshale, Dorsley, Haukdon, and Chakkyln.

John Birde and Elizabeth remit all right to the complainants, for which they gave 100 marks of silver.

No. 5. On the Morrow of the Purification. 11 Hen. VII.

Between William Broke, complainant, and Edmund Barbour, of Coventry, and Joan his wife, daughter and heir of Alexander Filcok, deforciants of a messuage, a garden, and three acres of pasture in Burton-on-Trent.

Edmund and Joan remit all right to William and his heirs, for which William gave them £20 sterling.

No. 26. At a month from Easter Day. 11 Hen. VII.

Between John Harwell, Gentilman, Robert Massy, Gentilman, and Richard Boteler, the younger, complainants, and John Hill and Alice his wife, deforciants of a messuage, forty acres of land, two acres of meadow, twenty acres of pasture, and three acres of wood in Oscote, Pirre, and Hamsted, in the parish of Hondesworth.

John Hill and Alice remit all right to the complainants, for which they gave £300 sterling.

No. 33. At a month from Easter Day. 13 Hen. VII.

Between Thomas Vernon, complainant, and John Bromley, deforciant of a messuage, thirty acres of land, three acres of meadow, six acres of pasture, and two acres of wood in Whitmore and Wodhous.

John remitted all right to Thomas and his heirs, for which Thomas gave him £40 sterling.

No. 12. On the Octaves of Holy Trinity. 13 Hen. VII.

Between Thomas Colwych, Armiger, John Colclogh, Gentilman, Thomas Herny, Clerk, and John Unit, Yoman, complainants, and Richard Clyffe and Alice his wife, deforciants of a messuage, a garden, two tofts, and two acres of land in Stone, which William Whitby and Margery his wife held for the life of Margery, of the inheritance of Alice.

Richard and Alice granted the reversion of the said tenements after Margery's death, to the complainants, for which they gave 40 marks of silver.

No. 33. On the Octaves of the Purification. 14 Hen. VII

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 14 Hen. VII.

Between Ralph Shirley, Knight, Thomas Meverell, Armiger, Thomas Babyngton, Armiger, Humphrey Okover, Armiger, and Robert Brudenell, Gentilman, complainants, and William Basset, Armiger, deforciant of the manors of Befcote and Neweplace, and six messuages, five cottages, three tofts, 300 acres of land, twenty acres of meadow, 400 acres of pasture, and 40s. of rent in Befcote, Delveron, Fossebroke, and Fulford.

William remitted all right to the complainants, for which they gave 200 marks of silver.

No. 9. At a month from the Day of St. Michael. 15 Hen. VII.

Between Humphrey Ruggeley and Richard Ruggeley, complainants, and John Maugham and Joan his wife, deforciants of a messuage, three acres of meadow, thirteen acres of pasture, and fourteen acres of marsh, in Hansacre, in the parish of Hermytage.

John and Joan remitted all right to the complainants, for which they gave 10 marks of silver.

No. 13. On the Quindene of St. Martin. 16 Hen. VII.

And afterwards recorded on the Octaves of St. Hillary. 16 Hen. VII.

Between John Agarde, Ralph Agarde, and William Mounyng, Chaplain, complainants, and Lewis Bagot, Armiger, deforciant of forty acres of land, twenty-eight acres of meadow, forty-two acres of pasture, and 3s. 2d. of rent in Blythebury.

Lewis remitted all right to the complainants, for which they gave 40 marks of silver.

No. 13. At a month from Easter Day. 16 Hen. VII.

Between Humphrey Ruggeley, complainant, and William Galfeld, Chaplain, deforciant of sixty acres of land, seventeen acres of meadow, and twenty acres of moor in Longedon next Lichfeld.

William remitted all right to Humphrey and his heirs, for which Humphrey gave him 20 marks of silver.

No. 14. On the Octaves of the Purification. 16 Hen. VII.

And afterwards recorded on the Quindene of Easter. 16 Hen. VII.

Between Humphrey Ruggeley, complainant, and Richard Ruggeleye, deforciant of four messuages, 110 acres of land, ten acres of meadow, and six acres of wood in Longedon.

Richard remitted all right to Humphrey and his heirs, for which Humphrey gave him £100 sterling.

No. 15. At a month from Easter Day. 16 Hen. VII.

Between Humphrey Ruggeley, complainant, and Richard Ruggeley and Agnes his wife, deforciants of four messuages, a mill, 110 acres of land, ten acres of meadow, and six acres of wood in Longedon next Lychefeld.

Richard and Agnes remit all right to Humphrey and his heirs, for which Humphrey gave them £10 sterling.

No. 56. At a month from Easter Day. 17 Hen. VII.

Between John Cradeley and Henry Biram, complainants, and Richard Stevenson and Agnes his wife, deforciants of twenty-four acres of land in Tybynton (Tipton).

Richard and Agnes remit all right to the complainants, for which they gave 40 marks of silver.

No. 15. At a month from Easter Day. 19 Hen. VII.

Between John Draycot, Knight, complainant, and Thomas Warde and Matilda his wife, deforciants of a messuage, a garden, sixty acres of land, six acres of meadow, and eight acres of pasture in Cressewall.

Thomas and Matilda remit all right to John and his heirs, for which John gave them 40 marks of silver.

No. 18. On the Morrow of the Ascension. 19 Hen. VII.

Between Robert Morton, Gentleman, complainant, and William Colwyche and Anne his wife, deforciants of three messuages, three gardens, 250 acres of land, ten acres of meadow, and twenty acres of pasture in Little Chatwall.

William and Anne remit all right to Robert and his heirs, for which Robert gave them 40 marks of silver.

No. 19. On the Octaves of the Purification. 21 Hen. VII.

Between John Harpesfeld, Gentilman, and Joyce his wife, complainants, and John Mytton, Armiger, and Constance his wife, deforciants of 100 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 46s. 8d. of rent in Ryggeley, Whytyngton, Tymmor, and Fyssherwyke.

John Mytton and Constance granted the said tenements and rent to John Harpesfeld and Joyce, for their lives, and to revert, after their death, to John Mytton and Constance and to the heirs of John Mytton for ever.

No. 18. At a month from Easter Day. 21 Hen. VII.

Between Robert Massy and John Gresbroke, the younger, complainants, and John Gresbroke, the elder, deforciant of two messuages, two gardens, 100 acres of land, twenty acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, twenty acres of wood, and 5s. of rent in Shenston, Fouderley, Stonehall, Lynde, and Chesterfeld.

John Gresbroke, the elder, acknowledged the right of the complainants, for which they granted the said tenements and rent to John Gresbroke, the elder, for his life, with remainder to the complainants and to the heirs of John Gresbroke, the younger, for ever.

No. 12. At a month from Easter Day. 21 Hen. VII.

Between Reginald Pegge, Edmund Warde, and John Crompton, complainants, and William Lytelton, Knight, and Mary his wife, Richard Lytelton, Armiger, and Thomas Lytelton, deforciants of the manors of Tyksall, Bromcote, and Hanyatte, and twenty messuages, 500 acres of land, 100 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, sixty acres of wood, and 100s. of rent in Tyksall, Bromcote, Hanyatte, Admaston, and Brokton.

The deforciants acknowledged the said manors, tenements, and rent to be the right of the complainants, for which they conceded that they would render every year to William, during his life, £20 sterling, issuing from the said manors and tenements, and after the death of the said William, to be quit of the said payment for ever.

No. 28. On the Morrow of the Ascension. 22 Hen. VII.

Between Humphrey Rugeley and Edward Stubbe, complainants, and Richard Gailfeld and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants of a messuage, 300 acres of land, ten acres of meadow, and forty acres of pasture in Longdon.

Richard and Elizabeth remit all right to the complainants and heirs of Humphrey, for which the complainants gave them £20 sterling.

Footnotes

1 Chaspell, the Catespelle of Domesday is Chasepool, in Kinver, and not Gospel End in Sedgeley: as somewhat fantastically assumed by Erdeswick and others. This error has been unfortunately adopted by Eyton, in his Staffordshire Domesday.