Lancashire Fines
Diverse counties (Edward III)

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Institute of Historical Research

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William Farrer (editor)

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1902

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192-196

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'Lancashire Fines: Diverse counties (Edward III)', Final Concords for Lancashire, Part 2: 1307-77 (1902), pp. 192-196. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52557 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Divers Counties.

Edward III., 1327—1377.

File 36, no. 51. At York, on the Quindene of St. Hilary, 3 Edward III. [27th January, 1329].

Between Ranulph de Dacre, plaintiff, and Thomas de Heppiscot and Robert Paruynges, deforciants of a moiety of the manor of Ouerton, co. Westmorland, and of the advowson of the church of Prestecote, co. Lancaster. And afterwards recorded at Westminster, on the Quindene of Easter Day, in the fourth year of the said King [22nd April, 1330], between the said Ranulph and Thomas and Robert, concerning the aforesaid moiety and advowson.

Ranulph acknowledged the said moiety and advowson to be the right of Thomas, for which Thomas and Robert granted the said advowson to Ranulph for his life. The said Thomas and Robert also granted for themselves and the heirs of Thomas that the said moiety which Edmund de Dacre held for term of life on the day this agreement was made, after the decease of the said Edmund should remain to the said Ranulph for his life; after his decease to remain to William, son of the said Ranulph, and to the heirs begotten of his body, in default the said moiety and advowson to remain to Thomas, brother of the said William, and to the heirs begotten of his body, in default to remain to Ranulph, brother of the said Thomas, and to the heirs begotten of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Ranulph de Dacre for ever. (fn. 1)

This agreement was made, the said Edmund being present and consenting to it, and he did fealty to the said Ranulph de Dacre in the Court.

File 36, no. 62. At Westminster, on the Octave of Holy Trinity, 4 Edward III. [10th June, 1330].

Between Thomas, son of Henry de Kigheley, plaintiff, and Richard de Kigheley, chivaler, deforciant of the manor of Inskip, and a moiety of the manor of Great Eccleston with the appurtenances, except one oxgang of land and a half in the said moiety, in the county of Lancaster; and of the manor of Kigheley [Keighley], in the county of York. (fn. 2)

Richard acknowledged the said manors and moiety, as is aforesaid, to be the right of Thomas, for which Thomas granted them to Richard for his life; after the said Richard's decease to remain to Gilbert, son of the said Richard, and to the heirs which the said Gilbert should beget by Clemencia, his wife, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Richard for ever.

[Endorsed].—Nicholas, son of William le Botiller, puts in his claim.

File 37, no. 117. At Westminster, on the morrow of the Purification, 15 Edward II. [3rd February, 1322].

Between Robert de Holand and Matilda his wife, plaintiffs, and Adam de Preston and William de Wirkesworth, deforciants of the manor of Ridlyngton, co. Rutland, and of the manor of Torisholm, and a moiety of the manors of Brightmete, Goldeborne, and Haydok, and of a fourth part of the manor of Ouerderwent, and of a sixth part of the manor of Harwode, and of 5 messuages and 8 acres of land in Neuton in Makerfeld, and of 16 acres of land in Lauton, co. Lancaster. Afterwards recorded at three weeks from Easter Day, 6 Edward III. [10th May, 1332], after the death of the said Robert.

Between Robert, son and heir of the said Robert, and the said Matilda, and the said Adam and William, concerning the said tenements.

Robert de Holand acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Adam, for which William and Adam granted them to Robert and Matilda for their lives, after their decease to remain to Alan, son of the said Robert, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to Robert, brother of the said Alan, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to Thomas, brother of the said Alan, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Robert de Holand for ever.

File 38, no. 171. At York, on the Octave of the Purification, 9 Edward III. [9th February, 1335].

Between Robert de Langeton and Margaret his wife, plaintiffs, by Roger de Farington put in Margaret's place, and Henry, son of Adam de Mamcestre, chaplain, deforciant of a third part of the manor of Langeton, co. Leicester, and of one messuage and one carucate of land in Hendon, co. Middlesex, and of one messuage and 38½ acres of land in Walton-in-le-Dale, and of the manor of Hyndelegh [Hindley], and a moiety of the manor of Goldeburn, co. Lancaster.

Robert acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Henry, for which Henry granted them to Robert and Margaret; to have and to hold to them and to the heirs issuing of their bodies, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said Robert for ever.

File 38, no. 189. At York, on the Octave of St. John the Baptist, 10 Edward III. [1st July, 1336].

Between John de Haueryngton, of Aldyngham, chivaler, the elder, and Joan his wife, plaintiffs, by Roger de Soureby put in Joan's place, and John, parson of the church of Aldyngham, and Robert de Rotyngton, deforciants of the manors of Aldyngham and Thirnum [Thurnham], and of a moiety of the manor of Ulreston [Ulverston] in Furneys, co. Lancaster, and of the manor of Austwyk, co. York.

John acknowledged the said manors and moiety to be the right of John, the parson, for which John, the parson, and Robert granted them to John and Joan for their lives, after their decease to remain to John, son of Robert de Haueryngton, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to Robert, brother of the said John, son of Robert, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to John, son of the said John de Haueryngton, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to Thomas, brother of the said John, son of John, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to Michael, brother of the said Thomas, and to the heirs male of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said John de Haueryngton for ever.

[Endorsed].—Thomas de Slene and Adam de Berdeseye put in their claim. Roger Belle puts in his claim.

Case 38, no. 195. At York, on the Quindene of St. Martin, 10 Edward III. [25th November, 1336].

Between John, son of Alexander de Cliderhou, plaintiff, and Thomas de Stilyngton, chaplain, deforciant of 8 messuages, 51 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, and 10 acres of wood in Cliderhou, co. Lancaster: and of 5 messuages, 47 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, and one acre of wood in Wadyngton, Bradeford [West Bradford], and Grynlyngton [Grindleton], co. York.

John acknowledged the said tenements to be the right of Thomas, for which Thomas granted them to John; to have and to hold to the said John and to the heirs begotten of his body, in default to remain to John, son of the said John, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to Thomas, son of William, son of Henry de Cliderhou, and Emma his wife and to the heirs issuing of the bodies of the said Thomas and Emma, in default to remain to John, son of Robert, brother of Alexander de Cliderhou, and to his heirs for ever.

File 40, no. 274. At Westminster, on the morrow of the Ascension, 14 Edward III. [26th May, 1340].

Between William le Botiller, of Weryngton, and Elizabeth his wife, plaintiffs, and Hugh Bachiler, chaplain, deforciant of the manor of Ecclishale, co. Warwick, and of the manors of Great Laton, Little Laton, Bispham, Warthebrek [Warbrick], and Great Merton, and of 4li. 7s. 8½d. of rent, and a rent of one pair of spurs in Athirton, Westlegh, Pynynton, Bold, Lydyate, Thorneton, Culchith, Ekirgarth, Tildeslegh, Glasebroke, Halsale, Ines, and Wyndhull; and of the manor of Great Sonky, except 658. 11d. of rent in Great Sonky; and of a third part of the manor of Weryngton, except 27 messuages, 80½ acres of land, 17 acres of meadow, and 6li. 9s. 11½d. of rent in the said third part, co. Lancaster.

William acknowledged the said manors, etc., to be the right of Hugh, for which Hugh granted them to William and Elizabeth for their lives, after their decease to remain to Richard le Botiller and Joan his wife and to the heirs issuing of their bodies, in default to remain to John, brother of the said Richard, and to the heirs of his body, in default to remain to the right heirs of the said William for ever.

Footnotes

1 Refer to the note to no. 2, 2 Edward III., p. 67.
2 Refer to no. 26, 4 Edward III., p. 77.