Sussex Fines
1-5 Edward III

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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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63-78

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'Sussex Fines: 1-5 Edward III', An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509 (1916), pp. 63-78. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65800 Date accessed: 25 November 2014.


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1 Edward III.

1688. William de Rokesle and Isabel his wife v. Reginald de Rokesle and Joan his wife; manor of Estangemeryng and advowson of church of same manor, which Laurence de Rustynton holds for life; reversion to William and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to Reginald and Joan and heirs of Reginald; for this William and Isabel give them 100 marks. (File 53. No. 1.)

[N.B.—This fine was originally levied in 18 Edward II.]

1689. Thomas son of Michael de Ponyngges and Agnes his wife (by John Peuerel) v. Michael de Ponyngges; manors of Hangelton and Slaugham; to Thomas and Agnes and heirs of Thomas. (File 53. No. 2.)

[N.B.—This and the next five fines were originally levied in 20 Edward II.]

1690. John Fillol and Isabel de Bohoun v. Simon de Echyngham, rector of church of Herstmounceaus, and John, vicar of church of Estbourne; a messuage, a mill, 55 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow, pasture for 75 sheep, 33s. 11¾d. rent in Wylyndon and Friston; to John and Isabel and heirs of John. (File 53. No. 3.)

1691. John Fillol and Maud his wife v. Simon de Echyngham, rector of church of Herstmounceaus, and John, vicar of church of Estbourne; a messuage, a mill, 156 acres of land, 10 acres of wood, 13s. 7d. rent in Herstmounceaus and Horseye; to John and Maud and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. [Dorso] Thomas le Blount and Julian his wife put in their claim. (File 53. No. 4.)

1692. The same parties; a messuage, 190 acres of land, 22s. rent, pasture for 560 sheep in Westdene, Litlyngton, Lullyngton and Haylesham; to John and Maud and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 53. No. 5.)

1693. John Maunsel of Estdene and Richolda his wife v. Richard Autrecy of Esthamptenette; a messuage in Estdene; to John and Richolda and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 53. No. 6.)

1694. Walter de la Strode of Petteworth and Isabel his wife v. Edward de Dorkyngge, chaplain; a messuage, 28 acres of land, 4½ acres of meadow in Petteworth; to Walter and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Walter. (File 53. No. 7.)

1695. William de Methelwolde and Julian his wife v. Richard Wodelond and Amy his wife; 15 acres of land and pasture for 75 sheep in Pecham; to William and Julian and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 53. No. 8.)

1696. Alan le Chaumberleyn of Melton and Margaret his wife v. John de Mortuo Mari, rector of church of Grutham; a messuage and 1 carucate in Westangemarynge; to Alan and Margaret and heirs of Alan. (File 53. No. 9.)

1697. Stephen Alard of Wynchelse v. Sampson de Stonlynk and Denise his wife; 13 acres in Pette by Wynchelse; to Stephen for 20 marks. (File 53. No. 10.)

1698. Robert Coruayser and Joan his wife and William their son v. William de Stamyndenne; 13 acres of land, 5 acres of wood in Lamberherst and Wadeherst; to Robert and Joan and William and heirs of William. (File 53. No. 11.)

1699. John de Malham and Letice his wife (by William Papiloun) v. Robert, vicar of church of Billynggeshurst; a messuage, a mill, 2 virgates of land, 6 acres of meadow in Wysebergh; to John and Letice for life, remainder to John son of said John and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Richard and Peter, brothers of same John, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John de Malham. (File 53. No. 12.)

1700. Andrew Peuerel and Alice his wife v. Richard de Rademelde, rector of church of Kyngeston, and Roger, rector of church of Blachyngton; 2 messuages, 3 carucates of land, £10 rent in Suntyng, Cokham, Iwehurst and Coufold, and two-thirds of manor of Blachyngton; to Andrew and Alice for life—the two-thirds to be held of the King as of honor of Aquila—remainder to Andrew son of Andrew and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Thomas, brother of same Andrew, and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Andrew. (File 53. No. 13.)

1701. Philip le Clerk of Petteworth and Joan his wife v. Luke de Mourdon, chaplain; a messuage and 24 acres in Petteworth; to Philip and Joan for life, remainder to Robert le Sapiere and Maud his wife for life, remainder to Robert son of said Robert and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to William, brother of same Robert, heirs of his body, or right heirs of Robert le Sapiere. (File 53. No. 14.)

1702. Ralph atte Ok v. Richard atte Ok; a messuage and 20 acres in Esteralyngton; to Ralph for life to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to Richard and his heirs. (File 53. No. 15.)

1703. John de Wysham and Hawise his wife (by Robert de Clerbek) v. Richard Wodelond and Amy his wife; 4 messuages, a mill, 280 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 250 acres of pasture, 40s. rent in Clayton, Peccham, Bolene and Lewes; to John and Hawise and heirs of John. (File 53. No. 16.)

1704. John de Wantelye v. Philip de Wantelye; a messuage and 1 virgate in Sullyngton; to John for life, remainder to John son of Emma Marreys and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Maud daughter of John de Wantelye and heirs of her body, contingent reversion to Philip and his heirs. (File 53. No. 17.)

2 Edward III.

1705. Robert de Irlande of Cicestr' v. Ralph le Carpenter of Cicestr' and Alice his wife; a messuage in Cicestr'; to Robert for 100s. (File 53. No. 18.)

1706. Thomas Bardolf of Wyrmegeye and John his son and Elizabeth wife of John v. Simon de Asshele and Gilbert le Fitz Rauf de Hethill; manors of Strompshagh and Scrouteby in Norfolk and manor of Plumpton in Sussex; to Thomas, John and Elizabeth, and heirs of Thomas. (D.C.: File 35. No. 7.)

1707. Andrew Peuerel v. Richard de Rademelde, rector of church of Kyngeston, and Roger, rector of church of Blachyngton; manor of Berton in Southants, 5 messuages, 2 carucates of land, 60s. rent in Ryp, Shirynton, Hetfeld, Alfricheston, Exsete and Bourne in Sussex; to Andrew for life, remainder to Andrew his son and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Thomas his brother and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Andrew Peuerel. (D.C.: File 35. No. 30.)

3 Edward III.

1708. Adam de Rouston v. Roger de la Loges and Joan his wife; a messuage, 52 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow in Northstoke; to Adam for £20. (File 53. No. 19.)

1709. Robert de Medmene and Joan his wife v. William de Loppedelle; a messuage and 105 acres in Seleseye; to Robert and Joan and heirs male of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Robert. (File 53. No. 20).

1710. Thomas de Leukenore and Sibyl his wife v. Henry de Leukenore; a messuage, 114 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 100 acres of wood, 40s. 8d. rent in Westhothlegh and Horstede Kaynes; to Thomas and Sibyl and heirs of Thomas. (File 53. No. 21.)

1711. Richard Emmory and Adam Emmory v. William Wasteheuse and Lucy his wife; 40s. 8d. rent and rent of the third part of a pound of pepper and of a pound of cummin in Chulegroue; to Richard and Adam for life to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with reversion to William and Lucy and heirs of William. (File 53. No. 22.)

1712. Michael de Pycombe and Mabel his wife v. William Hamelyn; 2 messuages and 8½ virgates in Hammessay and Westhothlegh; to Michael and Mabel and heirs of body of Michael, contingent remainder to Thomas son of same Michael for life, then to Adam de Pycombe and Michael his son for life, then to right heirs of Michael de Pycombe. (File 53. No. 23.)

1713. James son of John de Dunhurst v. James son of Roger de Dunhurst; a messuage, 3s. rent, three-quarters of a virgate in Wysberghe which Joan, late the wife of Roger de Dunhurst, holds for life; reversion to James son of John for £10. [Dorse] Walter son of James son of Roger de Dunhurst puts in his claim. (File 53. No. 24.)

1714. Richard son of Ralph de Bolne and Elena daughter of Walter le Kyng v. Ralph de Bolne and Emma his wife; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 15 acres of pasture in Bolne; to Richard and Elena and heirs of their bodies, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to Ralph and Emma and heirs of Emma. (File 53. No. 25.)

1715. Thomas de Hastynges and Joan his wife v. William Peyto, rector of church of Northye, and John de Cattesfeld, rector of church of Whatlyngton; manor of Nedderfeld; to Thomas and Joan for life, remainder to Thomas son of said Thomas and heirs male of his body, contingent remainders to Richard, brother of same Thomas, and heirs male of his body, or right heirs of Thomas de Hastynges. (File 53. No. 26.)

1716. William de Holyndale v. William son of William atte Solere of Estgrenstede; 44 acres of land and half of a messuage and of a mill in Estgrenstede and Werthe; to William de Holyndale for life to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to William son of William and his heirs. (File 53. No. 27.)

1717. John de Meryham and Isabel his wife (by William de Berewyk) v. Robert Whitebred of Sutton by Sefford; 2 messuages, 34 acres 1 rood of land, 30 acres of heath in Sutton and Walderne; to John and Isabel and heirs of their bodies to hold of Robert and his heirs by payment of 100s. yearly during life of Robert and by render of a rose at Midsummer after his death, with contingent reversion to Robert and his heirs. (File 53. No. 28.)

1718. John Cat of Retherfeld and Joan his wife v. John de Coresle; 2 messuages and 40 acres in Retherfeld and Maghefeld; to John Cat and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John Cat. (File 53. No. 29.)

1719. John Stubbe and Mabel his wife v. William de Putlye of Cycestr' and Julian his wife; 27s. 3½d. rent in Cicestr'; to John and Mabel for 20 marks. (File 53. No. 30.)

1720. Oliver Skyllyng and Katherine his wife v. Robert atte Lynde and Maud his wife; a messuage in Horsham; to Oliver and Katherine for 100s. (File 53. No. 31.)

1721. Henry son of Henry Husee v. John de Bonynges and Eleanor his wife; a messuage and 2 virgates in Hertyng; to Henry for 20 marks. (File 53. No. 32.)

1722. Stephen le Kyng of Thakham v. Richard le Kyng of Bogenore and Agnes his wife; a messuage, 24 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 2s. 6d. rent in Bogenore; to Richard and Agnes and heirs of Richard. (File 53. No. 33.)

1723. William son of Hamo Bonet and Joan his wife v. William, rector of church of Coumbes, and Roger de Fifhide; 8 messuages, 1 carucate of land in la Sele; to William and Joan and heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of William. (File 53. No. 34.)

1724. Thomas de Brunesbury and Celestria his wife and Thomas their son v. Thomas Cote of Hadefoldeshurne; 4 messuages, 140 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood, 7 acres of heath and 5s. rent in Pulberghe, Billyngeshurst, Wysbergh and Pacchyngg'; to Thomas and Celestria and Thomas and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to William and John, brothers of same Thomas, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Thomas de Brunesbury. (File 53. No. 35.)

1725. Henry de Blachyngton v. Thomas de Weston and Margery his wife; a messuage in New Shorham; to Henry for 100s. (File 53. No. 36.)

1726. William son of Helewys de Hurston (by William Papelioun) v. Godfrey, rector of church of Sullyngton; 4 messuages, 15 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 4s. rent in Pulberghe and Wikenholte; to William and heirs of his body by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to Godfrey and his heirs. [Dorse] William son of Ralph le Clerk of Offyngton puts in his claim. William de Insula puts in his claim. (File 53. No. 37.)

1727. Gilbert Herberd v. Bartholomew de Graueye and Maud his wife; a messuage and 5½ acres in Craule; to Gilbert for £20. (File 53. No. 38.)

1728. John de Eurygg' the elder v. Robert de Eurygg'; a messuage, 192 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow, 6 acres of pasture, 6 acres of wood, 10s. 6d. rent in Wythihamme; to Robert for life to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to John and his heirs. (File 53. No. 39.)

1729. Robert Colebrond and Alice his wife v. Richard Colebrond, clerk; a messuage and 1 virgate in Ryngmere; to Robert and Alice and heirs of Robert. (File 53. No. 40.)

1730. Rose daughter of William atte Felde v. John de Polbergh, rector of church of Styuynton; manors of la Felde and Hene, except a messuage, 10 acres of land and 30s. rent in manor of Hene; to Rose for life, then manor of la Felde to remain to Henry son of William Romyn and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders to Richard son of Robert de Estden, Elizabeth his sister, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Rose; manor of Hene to remain to the same Henry and Alice his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders as before. (File 53. No. 41.)

1731. John Torel and Margery daughter of Stephen de Abyndon v. Bartholomew Baudewyne; manor of Westthurrok in Essex, half manor of Bebynton and advowson of church of Bebynton in Sussex; to John and Margery and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of John. (D.C.: File 35. No. 41.)

4 Edward III.

1732. John de Wysham and Hawise his wife (by Robert de Clerebek) v. Richard Wodelond and Anna his wife; a messuage, 50 acres of land, 150 acres of pasture in P. . h. m, which John Gyl held for life; reversion to John and Hawise and heirs of John for 100 marks. (File 54. No. 1.)

[N.B.—This fine was first levied in 1 Edward III.]

1733. William de Hunstane the elder and Sybil his wife (by William de Hurst) v. Gilbert de Bodeketon; a messuage, 2 mills, 3 gardens, 110 acres of land, 100 acres of pasture, 80 acres of wood and 13s. 4d. rent in Sutton by Bygeneyure; the messuage, 1 mill, 2 gardens, 16 acres of land, 60 acres of wood and 12s. rent and the reversion of 1 mill, 1 garden, 94 acres of land, the said pasture, 20 acres of wood and 16d. rent, held by Nicholas Gentil and Alice his wife in dower of Alice, to William and Sybil and heirs of their bodies to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to Gilbert and his heirs. (File 54. No. 2.)

1734. John de Sidyngbourne (by Henry Roter) v. Roger son of Geoffrey Fauarche; 2 messuages, 32 acres of land and 11s. rent in Ferryngge and Estpreston; to John for 20 marks. [Dorse] Robert le Mareschall puts in his claim. (File 54. No. 3.)

1735. Thomas de Leukenore, chyvaler, and Sybil his wife v. Henry son of Thomas de Leukenore; a messuage, 114 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 100 acres of wood, 40s. 8d. rent in Westhothlegh and Horstede Kaynes and the advowson of the chapel of Bradeherst; to Thomas and Sybil and heirs of Sybil. (File 54. No. 4.)

1736. William de Hunstan v. William Sturmy and Joan his wife; a messuage and 20 acres in Bridham; to William de Hunstan for 20 marks. (File 54. No. 5.)

1737. Geoffrey le Ro and Maud his wife v. John de Hasfold; a messuage and 4 acres in Kyngeston; to Geoffrey and Maud for life, remainder to their daughter Joan and heirs of her body, contingent remainder to right heirs of Maud. (File 54. No. 6.)

1738. Henry atte Wodecote of Midhurst and Julian his wife v. Thomas Snou and Agnes his wife; a messuage in Midhurst; to Henry and Julian and heirs of Henry for 100s. (File 54. No. 7.)

1739. John Beyseescu v. Peter de la Hage; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 12 acres of wood, 33s. 4d. rent in Pageham; to John for life, remainder to Ralph de la More and Sarra his wife and heirs of Ralph. [Dorse] Reginald atte Knelle, William de Bredes, William Maleuile put in their claim. (File 54. No. 8.)

1740. William le Chyke of Warnham v. William the Fust of Warnham and Alice his wife; 50 acres of land in Warnham, Horsham, Thakeham, Hechynggefeld and Burghham; to William the Fust and Alice and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Alice. (File 54. No. 9.)

1741. John le Capel of Stenynge and Sarra his wife v. William Stokman and Beatrice; a messuage in Stenynge; to John and Sarra and heirs of John for 100s. (File 54. No. 10.)

1742. William de Hunstane the elder v. William Prickeloue, chaplain; manor of Hunstane; to William de Hunstane for life, remainder to his son Godfrey and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to William, John, Henry and Thomas, brothers of Godfrey, and the heirs male of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of William de Hunstane. (File 54. No. 11.)

1743. John Grubbe, chaplain, v. William Gildewyne of Strode and Lucy his wife; 52 acres of land, 3s. rent in Retherfelde; to John for £20. (File 54. No. 12.)

1744. Richard atte Todhurst and Joan his wife v. John de Codimere; a messuage, 90 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow and rent of a peppercorn in Chyltyngton and Pulbergh; 86 acres of the land, the meadow and the rent and the reversion of 4 acres in Pulbergh held for life by Richard le Kentissh to Richard and Joan for life by render of a rose at Midsummer, with remainder to John son of Richard atte Todhurst and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to Celestria, sister of the same John and heirs of her body, with contingent reversion to John de Codimere and his heirs. (File 54. No. 13.)

1745. John atte Rede and Richard atte Rede v. Adam atte Wode and Julian his wife; 12 acres in Heffeld; to John and Richard and heirs of Richard. (File 54. No. 14.)

1746. Agnes, late the wife of Nicholas de Okham, v. John son of Alan de Brethurst and Joan his wife; 3 acres in Iwhurst; to Agnes for 20 marks. (File 54. No. 15.)

1747. John de Sheluestrode and Margaret his wife (by John de Aulton, guardian of Margaret) v. Peter de Goushull, rector of the church of Bradwater, and John de Hampton, rector of the church of Petteworth; a messuage and two-thirds of a carucate in Petteworth, Tolynton and Dunketon; to John and Margaret and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 54. No. 16.)

Similar fine for manors of Sheluestrode and Bestenore. (File 54. No. 17.)

1748. John de Monte Gomeri and Rose his wife v. Walter de Pechham, rector of the church of Terryngge; a messuage, a mill, 42 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 5s. rent in Terryngge, Durynton and Wordyngge and advowson of the chantry of the altar of the Blessed Mary in the church of Terryngge; to John and Rose and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Rose. (File 54. No. 18.)

1749. Walter de Pechham, rector of church of Terryngge, v. William Poer, chaplain; 20 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow in Wassyngtone; to Walter for life, remainder to John de Monte Gomeri and Rose his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Rose. (File 54. No. 19.)

1750. John de Monte Gomeri and Rose his wife v. Walter de Pechham, rector of church of Terrynge; 4 messuages, 129 acres 1 rood of land, 5 acres of meadow, 3s. 6d. rent and a third of a toft in Terryngge, Goryngge, Durynton, Bradewatere, Wassynton and Assyngton; to John and Rose and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Rose. [Dorse] John Mordaunt puts in his claim. (File 54. No. 20.)

1751. John de Monte Gomeri and Rose his wife v. William Poer, chaplain; 3 messuages, 2½ virgates of land in Rotyngeden; to John and Rose and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to Richard son of Robert de Estden and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Rose. (File 54. No. 21.)

1752. Alice daughter of Michael Atte Hull and Julian and Agnes her sisters v. Michael Atte Hull of Wernham and Ida his wife; 3 messuages and 60 acres in Wernham; to Alice, Julian and Agnes and heirs of the body of Agnes, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to Michael and Ida and heirs of Ida. (File 54. No. 22.)

1753. John le Vesseler of Chythurst v. Richard Bensy, chaplain; manor of Chythurst; to John for life, with remainder to John de Elkham and Alice his wife and heirs of the body of Alice, with contingent remainders to John son of Richard de Slefhurst and heirs of his body or Henry son of Henry Hose and his heirs. (File 54. No. 23.)

1754. John de Rameseye and Alice his wife v. John atte Rake and Agnes his wife; a messuage, a toft and 9 acres in Estergate; to John de Rameseye and Alice for 10 marks. [Dorse] Richard Haket and Margery his wife put in their claim. (File 54. No. 24.)

1755. Nicholas le Smyth and Margaret his wife v. William Mot; 4 messuages in Horsham; to Nicholas and Margaret and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Nicholas. (File 54. No. 25.)

1756. John son of Alan de la Chaumbre and Isabel his wife v. Alan de la Chaumbre and Margaret his wife; a messuage, a carucate of land, 5 acres of meadow, 10s. rent in Angemeryngge; to John and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to Alan and Margaret and heirs of Alan. (File 54. No. 26.)

1757. Peter de Hoo v. John de Bulkestrode; 66 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 3 acres of wood, 7s. rent and half of a messuage and 68 acres of pasture in Estwightring, which Maud, late the wife of Henry de Bulkestrode held for life; reversion to Peter for £40. (File 54. No. 27.)

[N.B.—This fine was first levied in 12 Edward II.]

1758. William de Ichinton v. Roger le Cok and Joan his wife; 20 acres in Ikelesham; to William for 20 marks. (File 54. No. 28.)

1759. Roger son of Thomas de Marynes and Joan his wife v. Isabel de Grofherst; manor of Bocstede in Sussex, manor of Elmestede and a messuage, a mill, 200 acres of land, 24 acres of meadow, 2 acres of wood, 72s. rent and rent of 10 hens and 3 ploughshares in Leuesham, Grenewych in Kent; to Roger and Joan to hold for life by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to Isabel and her heirs. (D.C.: File 36. No. 57.)

5 Edward III.

1760. William de Frennyngham v. Eleanor de Frennyngham; 2 messuages, 256 acres of land, 4 acres of wood, 24s. rent in Hellyngeleye and Heylesham; to Eleanor for life to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 55. No. 1.)

1761. William de Sonynglegh and Eleanor his wife v. William Geldewine and Lucy his wife; 19 acres of land, 1 acre 1 rood of meadow, 3½ acres of wood, 6 acres of heath in Fernthe; to William de Sonynglegh and Eleanor for 100 marks. (File 55. No. 2.)

1762. William Drosey and Joan his wife v. John de Badesell the elder and Thomas de Walkested; a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 100 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood in Flecchyngg'; to William and Joan for life, with remainder to William's son Henry and Agnes his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Henry. (File 55. No. 3.)

1763. Thomas de Midhurst, chaplain, v. John Emmory and Adam Emmory; a messuage and 1 carucate of land in Suthhertynge, Esthertynge and Rogate; to John for life, remainder to Richard le Mareschal of Cycestr' and Sybil his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders to Sarra, sister of Sybil, and heirs of her body, or Alice la Say of Cycestr' and her heirs. (File 55. No. 4.)

1764. William de Polyng, taillour, and Hawise his wife v. Richard le Baillif of Hertyngg' and Isabel his wife; a messuage in Arundell; to William and Hawise for 10 marks. (File 55. No. 5.)

1765. John de Charteney and Margaret his wife v. Amice daughter of William Fitz Piers of Halstede; 117 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 15 acres of wood in Hertfeld; to John and Margaret. (File 55. No. 6.)

1766. John Miles and Alice his wife v. Richard son of John Wodelond of Arundell and Maud his wife; a messuage in Arundell; to John and Alice and heirs of Alice for 100s. (File 55. No. 7.)

1767. John de Badekefolde and Maud his wife v. William de Brokhurst; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 20 acres of heath, 7s. 5d. rent and rent of a pound of cummin in Kerredeford; to John and Maud. (File 55. No. 8.)

1768. Maud, late the wife of Richard Serle of New Shorham, v. William Gilberd, chaplain; a messuage, 11/8 virgates of land in Wernham; to Maud for life, remainder to her son John and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Alice, sister of John, and heirs of her body, or right heirs of Maud. (File 55. No. 9.)

1769. John le Boteler and Agnes his wife v. Emma, late the wife of William Petit of Craule; a moiety of 3 messuages, 30 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 3s. 7d. rent in Craule which Peter Ventre holds for life; reversion to John and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Agnes, for 20 marks. (File 55. No. 10.)

1770. William Vrry the elder v. William Idyng and Cristine his wife; 2 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow and the moiety of 34 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood and a garden in Horsham; the 2 acres of land and 3 acres of meadow and the reversion of the moiety, held for life by Maud, late the wife of Richard de Asshefold, to William Vrry. (File 55. No. 11.)

1771. John le Chaunceler and Joan his wife v. John atte Groue; 6 acres in Warnecamp; to John and Joan for life, remainder to John son of said John le Chaunceler and heirs of his body, contingent remainders successively to his brothers Richard and William, his sister Julian, the heirs of their bodies, or the right heirs of John le Chaunceler. (File 55. No. 12.)

1772. John de Stopeham v. William Gylemyn of Stopeham, the elder, and Alice his wife; 34 acres of land and the moiety of 3 messuages, 3 gardens, 1 rood of meadow, 2s. 6d. rent in Hethshete; the said land and half one messuage and the rent and the reversions of half a messuage and a garden held by Richard le Chapman and Margery his wife for life, of half a messuage, a garden, a rood of meadow held by Ralph de Madhurst for life, and of half a garden held by Alice daughter of Thomas le Clerk for life, to John for 40 marks. (File 55. No. 13.)

1773. John le Ka of New Shorham v. Thomas de Weston and Margery his wife; a messuage in New Shorham; to John for 100s. (File 55. No. 14.)

1774. John Shirreue and Agnes his wife v. Adam le Krec and Isabel his wife; 1 virgate in La Cliue by Lewes; to John and Agnes for 20 marks. (File 55 No. 15.)

1775. William de Sonnyngelegh and Eleanor his wife v. Gilbert Fromound of Haudelo; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 30 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, 8s. rent and rent of 2 hens and the third part of a mill in Frenthe, Retherfeld and Wadhurst; to William and Eleanor and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to William son of said William and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Eleanor. (File 55. No. 16.)

1776. Simon Cambrey v. John atte Grene and Joan his wife; 12 acres in Old Shorham; to Simon for 10 marks. (File 55. No. 17.)

1777. John Byestebrok of Storgheton v. Thomas de Brunesbury; 2 messuages, 22 acres of land in Storgheton and Thacham; to John for life, remainder to William le Wylde and Maud his wife and heirs of the body of Maud, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 55. No. 18.)

1778. William Aleyn of Ertham and Alice his wife v. Robert de Yabeton, vicar of the church of Ertham; a messuage, a toft, 18 acres of land in Ertham; to William and Alice and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of William. [Dorse] Andrew son of William Aleyn of Ertham puts in his claim. (File 55. No. 19.)

1779. Nicholas de Cantebrigg', rector of the church of Fenditton, and Clement Torald, rector of the church of Wrantham, v. Simon de Perpunt, chevaler; manors of Westmeston, Goldebrigge and Nouyton and advowson of the church of Westmeston; to Nicholas and Clement and heirs of Clement. (File 55. No. 20.)

1780. William de Calthorp and Ela his daughter and John son of Simon de Perpunt (by Thomas de Cotenham, guardian of Ela) v. Simon de Perpunt; manor of Herstperpunt and advowson of church; to William and Ela and John and heirs of bodies of John and Ela, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to Simon and his heirs. (File 55. No. 21.)

1781. William de Preston and Isabel his wife (by William Papilion) v. John Saunsbouche of Nortstoke and Joan his wife; 3 messuages, a garden, 1 acre of land, 2d. rent in Estpreston by Ferryng; 2 messuages, the rent and two-thirds of the said garden and land with reversion of a messuage and the remaining third, held by Geoffrey le Clerk of Mallyng' and Isabel his wife in dower of Isabel, to William and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William, for 20 marks. (File 55. No. 22.)

1782. Robert Vincent and Agnes his wife v. John de Merthamme; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 46 acres of meadow, 20 acres of wood in Northihamme and Pesemersh; a moiety of the premises and the reversion of the other moiety, held by William Gaillard and Isabel his wife for life of Isabel, to Robert and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Robert. (File 55. No. 23.)

1783. Walter de Glynde and Cristine his wife v. John Potel of Estbourton and Isabel his wife; 2½ acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in Fereles; to Walter and Cristine for 20 marks. (File 55. No. 24.)

1784. Simon de Perpount and Sybil his wife (by Geoffrey de Corton) v. Nicholas de Cantebrigg, rector of the church of Fenditton, and Clement Torald, rector of the church of Wrentham; manors of Nonynton (sic), Goldebrigge and Westmeston and advowson of church of Westmeston; to Simon and Sybil for life, remainder to Simon's son John and Ela his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Simon. [Dorse] Sybil de Nerford puts in her claim. (File 55. No. 25.)

1785. Thomas Tregoz (by John de Stopeham) v. Robert Miles and Alice his wife; 6s. rent in Billingeshurst; the rent, with the homage and service of John de Pennefold and his heirs, to Thomas for 20 marks. (File 55. No. 26.)

1786. John Coteman and Alice his wife v. William de Fisshebourn; a messuage, 60 acres of land, £4 8s. 1d. rent in Shepeleye, Grenestede, Wysteneston, Fyndon, Saluyngton, Terryngg', Duryngton and Wordyngg'; to John and Alice and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. [Dorse] William le Ismongere of Clopham and Joan his wife put in their claim. Adam le Chaundeler puts in his claim. Robert de Manyngford, vicar of the church of Fyndon, puts in his claim. (File 55. No. 27.)

1787. Nicholas de la Beche, chivaler, v. Roger de Kent and Joan his wife; manors of Chittynggeleye and Clauerham; to Nicholas for 100 marks. (File 55. No. 28.)

1788. John de Ore v. James de Echyngham and Joan his wife (by Ralph le Speek, guardian of Joan); manor of Glettyngham in Sussex, manor of Hempstede and a messuage, 103 acres of land, 38s. 8d. rent and rent of 12 larks and 20 herrings in Lyde, Promhelle, Holewest and Demecherche in Kent; to James and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of James, for 100 marks. (D.C.: File 36. No. 100.)

1789. John le Say of Cicestr' v. Adam Emmory; a messuage and 50 acres in Caterington in Southants, 4 acres of land and 25s. rent in Westbourn and Aldeswerth in Sussex; to Adam for life, remainder to Nicholas de la Hale and Sarra his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders to Sibyl, sister of Sarra, and heirs of her body, and Alice la Say of Cicestr' and her heirs. (D.C.: File 37. No. 108.)