Lancashire Fines
Diverse counties (Edward I)

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Institute of Historical Research

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William Farrer (editor)

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1899

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213-215

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'Lancashire Fines: Diverse counties (Edward I)', Final Concords for Lancashire, Part 1: 1189-1307 (1899), pp. 213-215. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52542 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Divers Counties.

Lancaster—York.

No. 194.—At Westminster, on the Octave of St. Hilary, 17 Edward I. [20th January, 1289].

Between Adam de Brockhole, plaintiff, and Robert, son of Adam Noel, of Merlay, and Agnes his wife, and Cecilia, sister of the said Agnes, tenants of a messuage and half an oxgang of land in Brockhole.

Robert, Agnes, and Cecilia acknowledged the said tenements to be the rights of Adam, to hold to Adam and his heirs, of the said Robert, Agnes and Cecilia, and the heirs of the said Agnes and Cecilia for ever, rendering therefor yearly a rose at the feast of St. John the Baptist. For this acknowledgment Adam granted to Robert, Agnes and Cecilia two tofts, eight acres of land, and four acres of meadow in Pathorn in Kravene, co. York, to hold to Robert, Agnes and Cecilia and to the heirs of Agnes and Cecilia, of the said Adam and his heirs for ever.

No. 261.—At York, on the Quindene of Holy Trinity, 29 Edward I. [11th June, 1301].

Between Marmaduke de Twenge, plaintiff, and Margaret de Ros, (fn. 1) deforciant of thirty-nine carucates of land, and fifteen mills in Costwayt [Crosthwaite], Lith [Lyth], Stauelay-gamel [Staveley Gamel], Hugail [Hugill], Ryspeton [Reston], Gresmere [Grasmere], and Langedon [Langdale]; and of the manor of Helsington, except forty-five acres of land in the said manor; and a fourth part of the manor of Kyrkebi in Kendale with the appurtenances, except the Castle of Kyrkeby in Kendale; and of £6 11s. ¼d. of rent, rent of two sparrow-hawks, a pair of gilt spurs and the moiety of one pound of cummin, and the third part of a knight's fee in Staynton [Stainton], Nateland [Natland], Siresdergh [Sizergh], Quinefel [Whinfell], Wyndergh [Winder], Hakthorp [Hackthorpe], Trostormond [Trostermount], Barton, Neuby, Tyrehegh, Great Stirkeland [Great Strickland], Stirkeland Ketel [Strickland Ketel], Routheworth, Kyrkeby in Kendale, Helsington, Bereburne [Barbon], Bolteston, Stavelay-godemond [Staveley Godmond], Skelmershegh [Skelsmergh], Ast Thewayt [Asthwaite]. Dilaker, Honecastre [Hincaster], Sleddale [Longsleddale], Preston Richard, Slegille [Sleagill], Louther [Lowther], Little Stirkeland [Little Strickland]; and Rygmayden [Rigmaden], co. Westmorland; and of an acre of land, £4 12d. of rent, and a moiety of a knight's fee in Warton, Kerneford [Carnforth], Hilhale [Ellel], Caterhale [Catterall], Esseton [Ashton], Stodhagh [Stodday], Scodford [Scotforth], Thirnum [Thurnham], and Rotheclif [Upper Rawcliffe], and the advowson of the church of Warton, co. Lancaster; and of seven-and-a-half knight's fees and 10s. of rent in Quyxlay [Whixley], Geruorby [Garrowby], Shucherskolf [Scutterskelfe], Faiceby [Faceby], Esington [Easington], Twenge [Thwing], Anays Burton [Burton Agnes], Shakelthorp [Shacklethorpe], Glaphou [Waupley], Tocotes [Tocketts], and Greyneston [Grimston], and of a third part of wreck of the sea between Reuueswyk [Ruswick] and Jarum [Yarm], co. York. (Plea of covenant)

Marmaduke acknowledged the said tenements and advowson to be the right of Margaret, for which she granted them to Marmaduke together with the homages and services of Robert de Wessington, and Baldwin de Shepesheued, Robert de Hoyland, Roger de Slene, Robert de Weston, Richard de Preston, Henry de Stodach, Robert Gowere, William Sturmy, Robert de Shucherskelf, Ambrose de Camera, Robert Ughtred, and Isabella his wife, and of their heirs for the tenements which they formerly held of the said Margaret in the said towns; to have and to hold to the said Marmaduke and his heirs begotten of his body, of the Lord the king and his heirs for ever, in default of an heir of his body, the said tenements and advowson to remain to William, son of Margaret de Ros, and to the heirs of his body. And this agreement was made, the said Robert, Baldwin, &c., being present and consenting, and they did fealty to the said Marmaduke in the said Court. This agreement was made by the King's command.

No. 265.—At York, on the Octave of St. Martin, 29 Edward I. [18th November, 1301].

Between William, son of Margaret de Ros, plaintiff, and Margaret de Ros, deforciant of two messuages, thirty-one carucates and forty-five acres of land, five mills, and the moiety of three mills in Helsington, Scalethwaytrig, Hoton Hay, Stirkeland Randolf, Grenerig, Hogayl, Patton, Dilaker, and of the advowson of the Hospital of St. Leonard, near Kyrkeby in Kendale, and the Castle of Kyrkeby in Kendale, and a fourth part of the manor of Kyrkeby in Kendale; and of £10 2s. ½d. of rent, a rent of one sparrow-hawk, three pounds of pepper, two pounds of cummin, one pound of wax, and twelve arrows, and two-thirds of a knight's fee in Burton, Maunsegh [Mansergh], Preston Richard, Lupton, Henecaster [Hincaster], Kylington [Killington], Frithebank [Firbank], Berghes [Birches], Socbrede [Sockbridge], Tyregh, Stirkeland Roger [Strickland Roger], Slegille [Sleagill], Banandeshale [Bannisdale], Little Stirkeland. [Little Strickland], Conyngeswyke [Cunswick], Brathelake, Tranthewayt [Tranthwaite], Barton, Melcanthorp [Melkanthorp], Midelton, Staynton, Lilbergh, Hauerbreke [Haverbrack], Stirkeland Ketel, Crok, Patton, Uluethewayt [Ulfthwaite], Ast Thewayt [Asthwaite], and Stirkeland Randolph, co. Westmoreland; and the tenth part of a knight's fee in Leghton [Leighton] and Yeland Coygners [Yealand Conyers], co. Lancaster. (Plea of covenant).

William acknowledged the said tenements, castle, and advowson to be the right of Margaret, for which Margaret granted them to the said William, to have and to hold to the said William and to the heirs begotten of his body, in default to remain to Marmaduke de Tweyng and his heirs. This agreement was made by the King's command.

Footnotes

1 See Nicholson and Burn's History of Cumberland and Westmorland, I, p. 41.