Sussex Fines
6-10 Edward II

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Institute of Historical Research

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L.F. Salzmann (editor)

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1916

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14-34

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'Sussex Fines: 6-10 Edward II', An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509 (1916), pp. 14-34. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65797 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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6 Edward II.

1337. John de Lys of Cycestr' le Tannour v. Gladewin de Lym and Emma his wife; a messuage in the suburb of Cycestr'; to John for 40s. (File 43. No. 1.)

1338. Andrew Peuerel and Alice his wife (by Michael de Pyccombe in place of Alice) v. John de Helioun; 2 messuages, 3 carucates of land, £10 rent in Sountyng', Cokham, Iuhyrst, Chestham, Chyremanbury, Sele, Coufold, and Toukenham; to Andrew and Alice and heirs of Andrew. (File 43. No. 2.)

1339. Michael de Piccoumbe v. Robert Portehors and Isabel his wife; a messuage in Lewes; to Michael. [Dorso] Henry son of Richard de Schenton puts in his claim. (File 43. No. 3.)

1340. William le Tauerner (by William Boys in his place) v. Thomas West of Hunstane; a messuage and 12 acres in Hunstane; to William for £20. (File 43. No. 4.)

1341. William le Walshe and Agnes his wife v. Gilbert Poleyn and Margaret his wife; a messuage in Cicestr'; to William and Agnes for 10 marks. (File 43. No. 5.)

1342. Thomas Panyale v. Richard Curteys and Margery his wife; a messuage, 8 acres of land, 1 rood of meadow in Bourne by Peuenese; to Thomas for £20. (File 43. No. 6.)

1343. Walter de Pechham v. Master William Attefelde and Agnes his wife; a messuage, a mill, 42 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 5s. rent in Terrynges, Duryngton, and Wordyng', and the advowson of the chantry of the altar of the Blessed Mary in the church of the same vill of Terrynges; to Walter to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Master William and Agnes and heirs of Master William. [Dorso] William son of Nigel Payn of Aungemeriugg' puts in his claim. (File 43. No. 7.)

1344. Margery atte Melle v. Adam atte Melle of Hertefeld and Joan his wife; a messuage, 28 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, and half a mill in Hertefeld and Wythyhamme; to Adam and Joan to hold for their lives by render of one clove gillyflower at Christmas, with reversion to Margery and her heirs. (File 43. No. 8.)

1345. John de Ifeld v. Margaret late the wife of William Graundyn; two-thirds of the manor of Wycham in Stenyngg' by Brembre, which David Kubble, chaplain, holds for the term of his life; the reversion to John for £40. (File 43. No. 9.)

1346. Gilbert son of William atte Denne and Alice daughter of William Goffe v. Nicholas de Sandefelde; a messuage and 1 virgate in Ifelde; to Gilbert and Alice for £10. (File 43. No. 10.)

1347. William atte Hurlonde v. William de Stanforde and Helewis his wife; 25 acres in Westgrenstede; to William atte Hurlonde for 100s. (File 43. No. 11.)

1348. John de Foxle v. Walter son of Walter de Wyke; twothirds of a half of the manor of Rombaldeswyk by Cycestr' and the advowson of the church of the same vill; to John for 90 marks. [Dorso] Nicholas de Langeton puts in his claim. (File 43. No. 12.)

1349. Walter son of Reginald le Smytheson v. Thomas de Ardern and Alice his wife; a messuage, 4½ acres of land, 3s. 6d. rent in Croulee; to Walter for 100s. (File 43. No. 13.)

1350. Richard de Plaghe and Beatrice his wife v. Richard le Chapman of Hertfeld and Agnes his wife; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 10 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood in Hertfeld; to Richard and Beatrice and the heirs of Beatrice for £20. (File 43. No. 14.)

1351. Thomas Panyale v. Robert Colekyn and Joan his wife; 14 acres of land and rent of a pound of cummin and a quarter of a pound of pepper in Estbourne; to Thomas for £10. (File 43. No. 15.)

1352. Nicholas de Langeton v. William son of William de Horscroft; 2 messuages, 21 acres of land, 2½ acres of meadow in Goringes, Sountyng, and Aumberesleye; to William to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Nicholas and his heirs. (File 43. No. 16.)

1353. Lambert le Mercer of Midhurst and Julian his wife v. Simon de Stedeham; a messuage in Midhurst; to Lambert and Julian to hold for their lives, with remainder to Richard Josep and Emma his wife for their lives, with further remainder to Julian daughter of the said Richard and the heirs of her body, with contingent remainder to Thomas brother of the same Julian and his heirs. (File 43. No. 17.)

1354. Thomas Fodyn of Cycestre and Alice his wife v. John Sperling and Agnes his wife; a messuage in the suburb of Cycestr'; to Thomas and Alice and heirs of Thomas for 40s. (File 43. No. 18.)

1355. John son of John atte Chaumbre v. Joan late the wife of Joan atte Chaumbre; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 15s. rent in Westden; to John for 10 marks. [Dorso] Peter le Blund puts in his claim. (File 43. No. 19.)

1356. Nicholas de Pershete v. William Whateman and Sarra his wife; a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 2 acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood, 7 acres of pasture, a weir, 100s. rent, and half a mill in Nutburne; to Nicholas for 100 marks. [Dorso] Richard de Weston, Richard Jeudewyne the elder, Maud late the wife of Henry de Bulkestrode, and Nicholas de Cheynny put in their claim. (File 43. No. 20.)

1357. Maud daughter of Bartholomew de Woluehope v. Gilbert Tripelere and Joan his wife, William de Grauenherst and Julian his wife, Robert le Burghhame and Alice his wife, and Walter de Filesham and Agatha his wife; a messuage and 1½ virgates in Brede; to Maud for 100s. (File 43. No. 21.)

1358. William son of Henry le Feure of Hertinge v. Henry le Feure of Hertinge; 9 acres of land and 2 acres of meadow in Suthhertinge; to Henry to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 43. No. 22.)

1359. Henry le Feure of Hertinge and William his son v. John Russel and Julian his wife; 4 acres in Rogate; to Henry and William and heirs of William for 40s. [Dorso] Robert le Boouns puts in his claim. (File 43. No. 23.)

1360. William de Pauethorn and Alice his wife (by the said William in place of Alice) v. Henry de Bourne and Isabel his wife; a messuage, 1 virgate and 4 acres of land in Edburghton; Henry and Isabel remit to William and Alice and heirs of William the tenements, with exception of 5 acres held for life by Simon de Crabbewyk, the reversion of which they also remit, for £10. (File 43. No. 24.)

7 Edward II.

1361. John de Shulflyghe v. Thomas de Shipburne and Maud his wife; 2 messuages, 54 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 3 acres of wood, 15d. rent in Horsham and Rousparre; to Thomas and Maud to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to John and his heirs. (File 44. No. 1.)

1362. Simon Curteys of Peuenese v. John son of John de Rad[melle ?] and Julian his wife; a messuage, 2 carucates and 100 acres of land, 100s. rent in Estbourn, Arlyngton, and Esthotlege, and the advowson of the church of the same vill of Esthotlege; to John and Julian and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 44. No. 2.)

1363. William de Boys v. Henry de Boys of Celeseye; a messuage and 5 acres in Celeseye; to William for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 44. No. 3.)

1364. Gerard Huraunt and Joan his wife v. Walter, Vicar of the church of Berlauinton, and John le (sic) Gundeuill; 2 messuages, a mill, 4½ virgates of land in Westdene and Petteworth; to Gerard and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to Richard son of Andrew Huraunt and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to [ ] Huraunt and his heirs. (File 44. No. 4.)

1365. William de Walesbergh and Isabel his wife v. William le Muleward of Nutle and Margery his wife; 18 acres in Fletchyng; to William and Isabel for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 44. No. 5.)

1366. Robert de Grofherst v. Edmund de Passeleye; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 7 acres of wood in Tychesherst, Wadeherst, Goudherst, and Lamberherst; Edmund remits to Robert two-thirds of these tenements and the reversion of the third part after the death of Alice, late the wife of Robert Scarlet, who holds it in dower, for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 44. No. 6.)

1367. Henry le Feure of Hertynge and William his son v. John Russel and Julian his wife; a messuage, 20 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 2 acres of moor in La Rogate; to Henry and William and heirs of William for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 44. No. 7.)

1368. Robert son of Joceus de Iford v. Gilbert Sikelfot; a messuage, 7 virgates of land, 3s. rent in Iford; to Robert to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Gilbert and his heirs. (File 44. No. 8.)

1369. Simon atte Wode and Emma his wife v. Alesia de Bodeketon; a messuage, 30 acres of land, 8 acres of wood, 1 acre of pasture, 30s. rent in West Wyghtring; to Simon and Emma and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Simon. (File 44. No. 9.)

1370. John de Gate v. Richard de Depe and Maud his wife; a messuage, 6 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow in Arundell; to John for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 44. No. 10.)

1371. Henry son of Richard Serle v. Richard Serle of Petteworth and Joan his wife; 10s. rent and three-quarters of a messuage in Farnhurst and Petteworth; to Richard and Joan to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Henry and his heirs. (File 44. No. 11.)

1372. Richard son of Richard Serle v. Richard Serle of Petteworth and Joan his wife; a messuage, a garden, 3½ acres of land, a quarter of a messuage in Sutton and Petteworth; to Richard and Joan to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Richard son of Richard and his heirs. (File 44. No. 12.)

1373. Roger la Warre the younger v. Roger la Warre the elder; manor of Middelton; to Roger the elder for life, with remainder to Roger the younger and his heirs. (File 44. No. 13.)

1374. Master Gilbert de la Bruere v. Nicholas atte Hall of Hanefeld; a messuage, 160½ acres of land, 7½ acres of meadow in Hanefeld which Joan, late the wife of Simon atte Halle, holds for term of her life; Nicholas remits the reversion of the tenements to Gilbert for 24 marks. (File 44. No. 14.)

1375. William de Peuenese and Julian his wife v. Henry le Palmere of Ruston and Isabel his wife; a messuage in New Shorham; to William and Julian for life, with remainder to Sybil, daughter of the said Julian, and her heirs. (File 44. No. 15.)

1376. John, Bishop of Cicestr', v. Hugh de Buscy; manors of Kyngeston by Shorham, Shiremannesburi, and Ifeld, and advowsons of churches of Kyngeston and Shiremannesburi; Henry remits to John and his heirs the advowsons and two-thirds of the manors, with reversion of the other third after death of Lucy, late the wife of Robert de Busey, who holds it in dower, for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 44. No. 16.)

1377. John son of William le Blount of Bremelyng and Alice his wife v. Master John de Grensted; a messuage, pasture for 160 sheep, 14 acres and half a hide of land in Estden; to John and Alice and heirs of their bodies to hold by render of 1d. at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent remainder to John son of Ralf le Frensh of Plumton and the heirs of his body, with contingent reversion to Master John and his heirs. (File 44. No. 17.)

1378. Hugh de Boucy and Agnes his wife v. John, Bishop of Cicestr'; manors of Kyngeston by Shorham, Shiremannesbury, and Ifeld, and advowsons of churches of Kyngeston and Shiremannesbury; John grants to Hugh and Agnes and the heirs of their bodies the advowsons and two-thirds of the manors with reversion of the other third which Lucy, late the wife of Robert de Buscy, holds in dower, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Hugh. (File 44. No. 18.)

1379. Roger de Pageham and Agnes his wife v. Thomas de Sneylham; manor of Leuelesham by la Rye, excepting 80 acres of marsh; to Roger and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Roger. (File 44. No. 19.)

1380. John de Stoke and Agnes his wife v. Geoffrey Hogheles and Agnes his wife; a messuage and 9 acres of land in Westlauent; to John and Agnes for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 44. No. 20.)

1381. William le Lons v. Gilbert Sykelfot; a messuage and 24 acres in Northese and Redemelde; to William and the heirs of his body 8 acres to hold by rent of 6s. 8d., payable at Nativity of St. John Baptist and Christmas, with contingent reversion to Gilbert and his heirs. (File 44. No. 21.)

8 Edward II.

1382. John de Couert and Isabel his wife v. William de Alneto, parson of the church of Sullyngton, and Robert de Alneto; 1 carucate in Esshyngton; to John and Isabel to hold for life, with remainder to John son of the said John and the heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John de Couert. (File 45. No. 1.)

1383. Bartholomew Godefrey and Maud his wife v. John Smalfeld and Maud his wife; 62 acres of land, 23 acres of meadow, 15 acres of wood, 5s. 8¾d. rent in Iweherst and Northyham; to John and Maud and heirs of Maud for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 45. No. 2.)

1384. Thomas le Monck and Agnes his wife (by Walter Wolf in place of Agnes) v. John le Smyth, chaplain; 6 messuages and 40 acres in Launcyngges; to Thomas and Agnes and heirs of Thomas. (File 45. No. 3.)

1385. Thomas Wendout and Alice his wife v. Robert Wendout; a messuage, 30 acres of land, 8d. rent in Tycheshurste; to Thomas and Alice and heirs of Thomas. (File 45. No. 4.)

1386. John de Octehale v. Richard de Legh; 3 messuages, 1¼ virgates of land in Wyuelesfeld and Cleyton; to John. (File 45. No. 5.)

1387. Geoffrey de Say and Idonia his wife (by Roger de Aldryndenne in place of Idonia) v. Walter de Leghton and Martin Archebaud; manor of Hammes by Lewes; to Geoffrey and Idonia and heirs of Geoffrey. (File 45. No. 6.)

1388. Richard de Croft v. William de Northho and Olive his wife; a messuage, 1 virgate of land, 5s. 3d. rent in Nuthurst; to Richard for a sore sparrow hawk. (File 45. No. 7.)

1389. Robert le Husiere of Ferles and Denise his wife v. Robert Affete of Alynton; 2 messuages, 15 acres in Alinton and Hammes by Lewes; to Robert and Denise and heirs of their bodies to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent reversion to Robert Affete and his heirs. [Dorso] John de Rademelde puts in his claim. (File 45. No. 8.)

1390. Gerard de la Chaumbre of Laghton v. Hugh de la Chaumbre of Laghton; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 20s. rent in Laghton; to Hugh to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Gerard and his heirs. (File 45. No. 9.)

1391. William de Lyperyngg' v. William le But' and Alice his wife; a messuage and 60 acres in Bridham; to William de Lyperyngg' for 50 marks. (File 45. No. 10.)

1392. John de Radmelde and Idonia his wife (by Walter de Sugworth in place of Idonia) v. Ralf de Radmelde; a messuage, a mill, 2 carucates of land, 25 acres of meadow, 40s. rent in Hammes by Lewes; to John and Idonia and heirs of John. (File 45. No. 11.)

1393. Tidemannus, parson of the church of Speldherst, v. Ardemodus Helewaghen and Werrina his wife; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 4 acres of wood in Redtherfeld; to Ardemodus and Werrina and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Ardemodus. (File 45. No. 12.)

1394. Giles de Fenes and Sybil his wife v. William de Echyngham; manor of La Ealdecurt; to Giles and Sybil to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 45. No. 13.)

1395. William Scharp of Putteworth v. Geoffrey atte Thorne and Isabel his wife; 11s. rent in Putteworth; the rent, with the homage and service of Joan de Puttefolde and her heirs, to William, for £10. (File 45. No. 14.)

1396. Isabel late the wife of John Bonenfaunt v. Edward de Dorkyng, vicar of the church of Reygate; a messuage, 9 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 2s. rent in Petteworth; to Isabel for life, with remainder to Richard son of the said Isabel and his heirs. (File 45. No. 15.)

1397. Robert de Echyngham and Richard his brother (by William de Offinton in place of Robert) v. Henry de Scharedenn and Nicholaa his wife and Richard de Codyngg' and Maud his wife; a messuage and 70 acres in Beckelee; to Robert and Richard for 100 marks. [Dorso] Thomas de Leukenore puts in his claim. (File 45. No. 16.)

1398. John Smalfeld and Maud his wife v. Bartholomew Godefrey and Maud his wife; 62 acres of land, 23 acres of meadow, 15 acres of wood, 5s. 8¾d. rent in Iweherst and Northyham; to Bartholomew and Maud for £40. (File 45. No. 17.)

1399. John de Couert and Isabel his wife v. Robert de Alneto; manor of Bradebrugg'; to John and Isabel to hold for life, with remainder to John son of John de Couert and the heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to the right heirs of John de Couert. (File 45. No. 18.)

1400. Reginald le Hore v. Robert le Hore; 2 messuages, 170 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 41 acres of wood, 31s. 9½d. rent in Iweherst and Echyngham; to Reginald for life, with remainder to Robert son of the said Reginald and Maud his wife and the heirs of the same Robert. (File 45. No. 19.)

1401. Walter de Peccham, parson of the church of Terryngges, v. William Othyn; a messuage, 30 acres of land, 5s. rent in Peccham; to Walter for life, with remainder to John son of Peter de Dene and Joan his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Walter. (File 45. No. 20.)

1402. Ranulf de Hundestorre v. William de Strode of Ikelesham and Joan his wife; 11 acres in Odymere; to Ranulf for 20 marks. (File 45. No. 21.)

1403. Thomas de Watergate and Elizabeth his wife v. Cecily, late the wife of John de Alta Rypa; a messuage and 1 virgate in Chudeham; to Thomas and Elizabeth and heirs of their bodies to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent reversion to Cecily and her heirs. [Dorso] William de Watergate puts in his claim. (File 45. No. 22.)

1404. Robert de Rustyton (by Robert de Dorkyngge in his place) v. Laurence de Rustyton; 12½ acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 2s. rent in Hampton and Lunemenstre; to Robert for 100s. (File 45. No. 23.)

1405. Ralf de Godeshulle v. William le Sekersteyn of Boleneye and Maud his wife; 30 acres of land in Coufold; to Ralf for 100s. (File 45. No. 24.)

1406. John le Gore of Estangemeringge and Alice his wife (by William de Lucy) v. Adam de Coppeden; a messuage, 25 acres 3 roods of land, 11s. 2d. rent in Rustington and Est Angemeringge; to John and Alice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John, for 60 marks. [Dorso] William Buyssh puts in his claim. (File 45. No. 25.)

1407. William Osebarn v. Robert Serle and Agnes his wife, a messuage in Lewes; to William. (File 45. No. 26.)

1408. William de Bulesham and Joan his wife v. Philip de Guldeford, parson of the church of Estangmere; a garden, 49½ acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 15 acres of wood, 5s. 3d. rent in Bulesham and Benstede by Arundell; to William and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 45. No. 27.)

1409. Walter son of Henry le Taillur of Rouspere v. Henry le Taillur of Rouspere and Felice his wife; 2 messuages and 80 acres in Rouspere; to Henry and Felice to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Walter and his heirs. (File 45. No. 28.)

1410. John de la Chaumbre of West Asshelyng and Margery his wife (by William de Norwyk in place of Margery) v. Walter Bisshop of Cicestr'; two-thirds of a messuage, 77 acres of land, 1½ acres of meadow, 30 acres of pasture, 5 acres of wood, 10 acres of heath, 14s. rent in Boseham and Westden; to John and Margery and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Margery. (File 45. No. 29.)

1411. William Paynel v. Edmund, Earl of Arundell; manor of Wollauinton, except 1d. rent in the same manor, a messuage, 65 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood, 12s. rent in Grofham, and advowsons of churches of Wollauinton and Grofham; to William to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Edmund and his heirs. (File 45. No. 30.)

1412. Simon Terry of Horsham and Ida his wife v. William atte Denne of Horsham; a messuage, 18 acres and the half of a virgate of land and of an acre of meadow in Horsham; to Simon and Ida and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders successively to William, Alan, Richard and John, sons of Simon, and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of Simon. (File 45. No. 31.)

1413. Richard de Putteworth v. William de Gate of Cycestr' le Snur and Agnes his wife; a messuage in Cycestr'; to Richard for 20s. (File 45. No. 32.)

1414. Philip de Bolneye v. John le Muleward; a messuage and a quarter of a virgate in Bolneye; to Philip for life, with remainder to Ralf de Bolneye and Emma his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Philip. (File 45. No. 33.)

1415. Henry de Neuill v. John le Draper and Maud his wife; a messuage and 5 acres in Tolyton; to Henry for 10 marks. (File 45. No. 34.)

1416. William Scarp of Petteworth and Margery his wife v. Walter Scarp and Joan his wife; a toft, 11 acres of land, 2s. 6d. rent in Kerredeford; to William and Margery and heirs of William for 40s. (File 45. No. 35.)

1417. Roger de Heen and Elizabeth his wife (by Roger in place of Elizabeth) and Henry and Roger their sons (by Roger as their guardian) v. Clement le Suur and Gervasia his wife; 1½ acres in Heen; to Roger, etc., for 40s. (File 45. No. 36.)

1418. Roger de Welusworth and Clarice his wife (by William de Bosco in place of Clarice) v. Henry de Lutegareshale; a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 40s. rent in Opmeredon and Lurditon in Sussex, a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 10s. rent in Iddesworth in Southants; Henry grants to Roger and Clarice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Roger. (D.C.: File 30. No. 102.)

9 Edward II.

1419. Godfrey son of Nigel de Alkesburn v. Nigel de Enworth; 2 messuages, 1 carucate, 1½ virgates of land, 4 acres of meadow, 60 acres of wood, 38s. 6d. rent in Horsham and Rousparre; to Godfrey for life, with remainder to Nigel son of the said Godfrey and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to Richard brother of the same Nigel and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Nigel son of Godfrey. (File 46. No. 1.)

1420. Richard de Borhunte and Joan his wife v. John Gundevyle; 2 messuages, 6 . . . ., 5 acres of meadow in Kunredeford; to Richard and Joan for life, with remainder to John son of the said Richard and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to Aline, Alice and Joan, sisters of the same John, and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of Richard. (File 46. No. 2.)

1421. John Zakary of Winchelse and Joan his wife v. William de Echingham and Eve his wife; 56 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow in Udimere and Rya; to John and Joan and heirs of John for 100 marks. (File 46. No. 3.)

1422. Edmund Passele v. William de Echingham and Eve his wife; 580 acres of wood in Mundefeld and the vill of Battle (Bello); to Edmund for £100. (File 46. No. 4.)

1423. William son of Henry de Hertyngge le Feure v. Henry de Hertyngge le Feure; 3 messuages, 28 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow in Hertyngge and Reuerde; to Henry to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 46. No. 5.)

1424. Thomas de Mounteny and Joan his wife (by Simon de Cranesle in the place of Joan) v. Adam de Ekleshale; manor of Suthhall which William [? Go]dyng de Leem and John Fillol of Herst hold for term of William's life; Adam grants reversion of the manor to Thomas and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with con tingent remainder to right heirs of Joan. William and John are present, and acknowledge that they have no claim in the manor except for term of William's life, and surrender the manor to Thomas. (File 46. No. 6.)

[N. B.—This fine was recorded in the King's Court in the Easter term 11 Edward II. after the death of Joan.]

1425. John Atteworthe and Agnes his wife v. William le Smyth and Isabel his wife; a messuage in Stenyng; to William and Isabel for 20s. (File 46. No. 7.)

1426. Adam Medelay v. John le Vesseler, parson of the church of Chiteherst; a messuage, a toft, 38 acres of land, 1 acre of wood in Heyshete; to Adam for life, with remainder to William son of Stephen le Chamberlyn and his heirs. (File 46. No. 8.)

1427. Thomas de Preyeres and Egidia his wife v. Hugh de Neuill; 22 messuages, 233 acres 3 roods of land, 32½ acres of meadow in Warnecaumpe; to Thomas and Egidia to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Hugh and his heirs. (File 46. No. 9.)

1428. William de Echingham and Eve his wife v. Edward de Sancto Johanne; manor of Bedingham; to William and Eve and heirs of William. (File 46. No. 10.)

1429. Alan de Bokeselle v. William de Echingham and Eve his wife; manor of Sokenersse, 240 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 20 acres of wood, 54s. 9¾d. rent in Salherst, Brightlinge and the vill of Battle (Bello); to Alan for £200. (File 46. No. 11.)

1430. Richard Heruy v. William de Echingham and Eve his wife; 15 acres in Tratinton; to Richard for 20 marks. (File 46. No. 12.)

1431. William Appeltot v. William le Teynturer of la Clyue by Lewes; a messuage, 8 acres of land, 1½ acres of meadow in Ryngmere by Suthmallyngg; to William Appeltot to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William le Teynturer and his heirs. (File 46. No. 13.)

1432. William de Haremere (by John de Suthwerk) v. William de Echingham and Eve; 60 acres of land. 100 acres of wood in Tychesherst; to William de Haremere for 100 marks. (File 46. No. 14.)

1433. Robert Nichol of Wybergh and Maud his wife v. Robert de Iweneshurst; a messuage, 31 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 2 acres of wood, 20d. rent in Kenredeford; to Robert de Iweneshurst to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Robert and Maud and heirs of Robert Nichol. (File 46. No. 15.)

1434. William Josep v. Richard atte [? Nasshe] and Joan his wife; 9 acres in Stenyng; to William to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Richard and Joan and heirs of Richard. (File 46. No. 16.)

1435. Agnes de Tyreserch v. John son of Thomas de Warbelton of Kingeston; a messuage, 103 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 6s. rent in Kyngeston by Shorham; John grants twothirds of the premises, excepting 2 acres of land, and the reversion of the other third which is held by John le Carpenter and Maud his wife in dower of Maud, and also the homage and services of William de Peceseye, John Germeyn, Robert Yuori and their heirs to Agnes for 100 marks. (File 46. No. 17.)

1436. Nicholas de Vilers v. John de Hamptonette; manor of Threfered; to Nicholas for life, with remainder to Nicholas, son of the said Nicholas, and Joan his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Nicholas de Vilers. (File 46. No. 18.)

1437. William le Teynturer of la Clyue by Lewes v. John de Sunting and Agnes his wife; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow in Ryngmere; to William for 100 marks. (File 46. No. 19.)

1438. John de Holyndale and Isabel his wife v. Robert de Erle; a messuage, 90 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 8s. rent in Westfyrle, Heghton, Jeuyngton and Wylyndon; to John and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 46. No. 20.)

1439. William de Walesbergh and Sybil daughter of Sarra, late the wife of Simon de Perpount, v. the said Sarra; a messuage and 24 acres in Houne (sic); half the messuage to Sarra to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist. (File 46. No. 21.)

1440. Walter Fist and Maud his wife v. John de la Wyke; a messuage and 1 virgate in Brede; to Walter and Maud to hold for life of Maud by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to John and his heirs. (File 46. No. 22.)

1441. John de Fixerugge and Alice his wife (by John in place of Alice) v. Thomas le Neuman and Alice his wife; a messuage 40 acres of land, 14d. rent in Hertefeld; to John and Alice for 40s. (File 46. No. 23.)

1442. Richard de Gatewyk and William de Cherlewode v. Adam le Boteler; a messuage, 29½ acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 10s. rent and rent of two seams of salt in Launsyng; to Richard and William for £20. (File 46. No. 24.)

1443. Roger de Chartres v. Robert le Scot; a messuage and 1 virgate in Westmerden; to Robert to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Roger and his heirs. (File 46. No. 25.)

1444. John le Venur of Horsham v. John le Venur of Worth, forester; a messuage and 30 acres in Horsham; to John of Worth for 10 marks. (File 46. No. 26.)

1445. John la Warre v. Roger la Warre; manor of Isefeld; to Roger to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to John and his heirs. (File 46. No. 27.)

1446. Henry de Garland (by Ralf Peny in his place) v. Richard atte Hulle and Agnes his wife; 3 acres in Bridham; to Henry for 20 marks. (File 46. No. 28.)

1447. William le Teynturer of la Clyne (sic) and Aubrey his wife v. Michael de Walcote, vicar of the church of la Clyne; 3 messuages, a mill, 100 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow in Mallynges, Clyne and Ryngmere; to William and Aubrey and heirs of William. (File 46. No. 29.)

1448. Nigel de Coumbes v. William atte Rugge and William Jolyf; 50 acres in Launcyng and the manor of Applesham and advowson of church of same manor, excepting 15 acres of land and 11 acres of marsh in the same manor; to Nigel and the heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to Richard son of Hugh de Coumbes, John son of Isabel Haket, Thomas brother of the said John, Alice sister of the said Thomas, Joan sister of the said Alice, and the heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of Nigel. (File 46. No. 30.)

1449. Nigel de Coumbes v. William atte Rugge and William Jolyf; a messuage and 1 carucate in Horsham, Nuthurst, and Rusparre; to Nigel and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to Thomas son of Isabel Haket, Alice sister of Thomas, Joan sister of Alice, John brother of Joan, and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of Nigel. (File 46. No. 31.)

1450. Nigel de Coumbes v. William atte Rugge and William Jolyf; 15 acres of land and 11 acres of marsh in Coumbes; to Nigel for life, with remainder to Alice daughter of Isabel Haket and heirs of her body, with contingent remainders successively to Joan sister of Alice, Thomas brother of Joan, John brother of Thomas, and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of Nigel. (File 46. No. 32.)

1451. Nicholas le Smyth v. Joan atte Hurne; a messuage and 3 acres in Horsham; to Joan to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Nicholas and his heirs. (File 46. No. 33.)

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1452. Richard Howeles v. Geoffrey Howeles and Agnes his wife; a messuage in Westlouente; to Richard for 100s. (File 47. No. 1.)

1453. John Pycard of Lewes and Agnes his wife v. Reginald atte Wike of Lewes and Helewisia his wife; a messuage in Southenoure by Lewes; to John and Agnes and heirs of John for 100s. (File 47. No. 2.)

1454. William Gilemyn of Billyngeshurst v. Henry le Chapman and Maud his wife; a messuage, 26 acres of land, 3 acres of pasture in La Nieubrugge; to William for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 3.)

1455. John de Codyngg' and Cecily his wife (by John de Suthwerk in place of Cecily) v. Robert Pechard of Wertling; manor of Codyng; to John and Cecily and heirs of John. (File 47. No. 4.)

1456. Henry de Gerlaunde (by John de Skelton) v. Gervase de Cherleton and Aveline his wife; 40 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow in Preston by Byndreton; remit to Henry for £40. (File 47. No. 5.)

1457. William Paynel (by Roger de Stretton) v. Thomas le Peleter and Agnes his wife; 16 acres of land and half an acre of wood in Bridham; to William for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 6.)

1458. Ralf le Palmere of Stenyng and Maud his wife (by John de Skelton) v. John atte Worth and Agnes his wife; a messuage and 1½ acres of land in Stenyng; to Ralf and Maud and heirs of Ralf for 10 marks. (File 47. No. 7.)

1459. John de Wakehurst and Agnes his wife v. Joan late the wife of John de Gatewyk; a messuage, a mill, 2 carucates of land, 35s. rent in Erthyngelegh and Westhothelegh; to John and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 47. No. 8.)

1460. William son of William Threle v. Richard atte Lighte and Helewisia his wife; 15 acres in Fremfeld; to William for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 9.)

1461. William de Wyghtryng v. Henry le Pope of Walberton and Maud his wife; a messuage in the suburb of Cycester'; to William for 100s. (File 47. No. 10.)

1462. William de Echingham v. Martin, parson of the church of Echingham; manor of Pekeden; to William for life, with remainder to Nicholas de la Beche and Joan his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. "And this concord was made by order of the King." (File 47. No. 11.)

1463. Henry de Gerlaunde (by John de Skelton) v. Richard Serich and Margaret his wife, and John le Chesman and Emma his wife; 3½ acres in Hertefeld; to Henry for 10 marks. (File 47. No. 12.)

1464. William de Echingham and Eve his wife (by Thomas de Bokeshill in place of Eve) v. Martin, parson of the church of Echingham; manors of Bedingham and Mondefeld; to William and Eve for their lives, with remainder to Nicholas de la Beche and Joan his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 47. No. 13.)

1465. William de Brewosa the elder v. Richard Hakelut and William Moigne; manors of Knappe, Shorham, Horsham, Beaubusson and Brembre, and 3000 acres of wood in the same vill of Brembre; to William de Brewosa for life, with remainder to John de Moubray and Aline his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William de Brewosa. "And this concord was made by order of the King." (File 47. No. 14.)

1466. William de Brewosa the elder v. Richard Hakelut and William Moyne; 21¼ knights' fees in Kyngeston, Shiremanbury, Wancele [sic], Wolueley, Goseden, Sillington, Brodebrugge, Brambelden, Eslyngton, Clopham, Wodemancote, Morle, Treule, Suthwyk, Launcynge, Bungeton, Wappynge Thorne, Totyngdon, Ewode, Uhurst, Sountynge, Muchelgroue, Hene and Boukham, which Mary, late the wife of William de Brewosa, holds in dower; the reversion of these fees to William de Brewosa for life, with remainder to John de Moubray and Aline and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William de Brewosa. "And this concord was made by order of the King." (File 47. No. 15.)

1467. Richard Hakelut and William Moyne v. William de Brewosa the elder; 21¼ knights' fees in Kyngeston, Shyremanbury, Wantele, Wolueley, Goseden, Sillington, Brodebrugge, Brambelden, Eselyngton, Clopham, Wodemancote, Morle, Treule, Suthewyk, Launcynge, Bungeton, Wappynge, Thorne, Totyngdon, Ewode, Uhurst, Sountynge, Muchelgroue, Hene and Boukham, which Mary, late the wife of William de Brewosa, holds in dower; William de Brewosa remits the reversion of the fees to Richard and William for 1000 marks. "And this concord was made by order of the King." (File 47. No. 16.)

1468. William de Brewosa the elder v. Richard Hakelut and William Moyne; manors of Fyndon, Wassyndon, Bedyng, Westgrenestede and Kyngesbernes, which Mary, late the wife of William de Brewosa, holds in dower; Richard and William grant the reversion of the manors to William de Brewosa for life, with remainder to John de Moubray and Aline his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William de Brewosa. "And this concord was made by order of the King." [Dorso] Thomas son of Peter de Brewosa puts in his claim. (File 47. No. 17.)

1469. Richard Hakelut and William Moigne v. William de Brewosa the elder; manors of Fyndon, Wassyndon, Bedyng, Westgrenestede and Kyngesbernes, which Mary, late the wife of William de Brewosa, holds in dower; William de Brewosa remits the reversion of the manors to Richard and William for 200 marks. "And this concord was made by order of the King." (File 47. No. 18.)

1470. John atte Hulle of Kunredeford and Elena his wife v. Edward de Dorkyng, chaplain; a messuage, 50 acres of land, 20 acres of wood in Kunredeford; to John and Elena for life, with remainder to William son of the said John and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to Ralf brother of William, Sybil sister of Ralf, and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 47. No. 19.)

1471. Philip son of Henry de Barton v. John atte Brokhole; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 4½ acres of meadow, 16 acres of pasture in Horsted, which Joan, late the wife of William atte Brokhole, holds for life; John remits the reversion to Philip for 100 marks. (File 47. No. 20.)

1472. William de Ponte v. William de Echingham; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 36 acres of meadow in Salherst and the vill of Robertsbridge (de Ponte Roberti); William de Echingham grants to William de Ponte and the heirs of his body to hold by rent of 12s. yearly, half at Michaelmas and half at Easter, and suit at William de Echingham's court of Salherst every three weeks, with contingent remainder to John son of William de Ponte and heirs of his body, with contingent reversion to William de Echingham and his heirs; and for this William de Ponte gave to William de Echingham 100 marks. (File 47. No. 21.)

1473. John de Coudenne and Joan his wife v. Stephen de Coudenne; a messuage, a mill, 120 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 30 acres of wood, 60s. rent in Wertlingge; to John and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders successively to Simon son of the said John, William brother of Simon, and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 47. No. 22.)

1474. Robert de Bromfeld and Joan his wife (by Robert de Salle in place of Joan) v. Robert le Venur; a third of the manor of Farnthe, which Robert de Shibburn and Eleanor his wife hold in dower of Eleanor; reversion of the third of the manor to Robert and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Robert de Bromfeld. (File 47. No. 23.)

1475. John Fillol (by John de Fixerigge) v. Reiner de Brome; 1 acre in Hertfeld and the advowson of a fourth part of the church of the said vill; to John for 100 marks. [Dorso] Master Jordan Moraunt puts in his claim. Alice de Hodlegh puts in her claim. Maurice de Hodlegh puts in his claim. (File 47. No. 24.)

1476. John Fillol (by John de Fixrigg') v. Robert de Brom; half an acre in Hertefeld and the advowson of a fourth part of the church of the same vill; to John for 10 marks. (File 47. No. 25.)

1477. James de Weyuill v. Thomas atte Hide; a messuage, 8 virgates of land, 8s. rent in Pycombe, which Nicholas de Bokkyng and Joan his wife hold for life; the reversion to James for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 26.)

1478. Thomas son of Walter de Cokefeld v. Walter de Cokefeld; a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 4s. rent in Riggewyk, Slynfold, and Billynggeshirst; Walter grants to Thomas and heirs of his body to hold by render at Nativity of St. John Baptist of £10 to Walter during his life, and of a rose to his heirs after his death, with contingent remainder to Margaret sister of Thomas for life, with remainder to Joan sister of Margaret for life, with reversion to Walter and his heirs. (File 47. No. 27.)

1479. Sarra late the wife of John de Stok' v. William de Brokhampton and Alice his wife; a toft, 2 acres of land, half a mill in Estfisshebourne; to William and Alice to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Sarra and her heirs. (File 47. No. 28.)

1480. The Abbot of Robertsbridge v. William de Echingham; a messuage, 54 acres of land, 4½ acres of meadow, 40 acres of wood, £7 3s. 2d. rent in Salherst; William remits to the Abbot and his church of the Blessed Mary the messuage, the rent and 12 acres of the land, and also the reversion of 42 acres of land, 4½ acres of meadow and 40 acres of wood which Thomas de Yardehirst held for life, for which the Abbot gives William £100. (File 47. No. 29.)

1481. Philip atte More v. Richard le Mortemer; a messuage, 1 virgate of land, 9s. rent in Cukefeld; to Philip for 10 marks. (File 47. No. 30.)

1482. William son of Robert atte Dene and Agnes his wife v. William son of Peter atte Dene and Julian his wife; a messuage, 16 acres of land, 8d. rent in Horsted Kaynes; to William and Agnes and heirs of William for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 31.)

1483. Master Jordan Moraunt v. William de Dalyngeregge and Alice his wife; 2 acres in Hertefeld and advowson of the church of the same vill; to Master Jordan for 100 marks. (File 47. No. 32.)

1484. Master Jordan Moraunt v. Maurice de Hodlegh; 1 acre, 1 rood of land in Hertefeld and advowson of the church of the same vill; to Master Jordan for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 33.)

1485. Walter atte Lythe (by William atte Hirst) v. Robert son of Robert le Frensshe and Isabel his wife; a messuage and 4 acres in Fyndone; to Walter for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 34.)

1486. Henry de Neuill v. Simon son of Simon de la Sale of Hanfelde and Joan his wife; 41 acres of land, 1½ acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood, 6s. 8d. rent and a third part of a third part of a messuage in Tolytone, Putteworthe and Duneketon; to Henry for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 35.)

1487. Simon de Melton v. John Norays of Alebourne and Maud his wife; a messuage, 12 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow in Hampton by Arundel; to Simon for 20 marks. (File 47. No. 36.)

1488. Simon son of Simon de Wodeham and Katherine his wife v. John de Matham; a messuage, 180 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 16 acres of wood, 36s. rent in Certeseye, Wodeham, and Pyryford in Surrey, a messuage, 110 acres of land, 20 acres of pasture, 10s. rent, and pasture for 100 sheep in Bisshopeston, Norton, and Denton in Sussex; to Simon and Katherine and the heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Simon. (D.C.: File 30. No. 144.)