Sussex Fines
6-10 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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78-88

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'Sussex Fines: 6-10 Edward III', An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509 (1916), pp. 78-88. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65801 Date accessed: 01 November 2014.


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6 Edward III.

1790. William de Pulham v. John atte Stok and Joan his wife; a messuage and 4½ acres in Ikelesham; to William for 20 marks. (File 56. No. 1.)

1791. William son of Robert de Mundeham v. Richard de Somerle; 2 messuages, 4 virgates of land, 2 acres of wood in Suthmundeham; a messuage, 3 virgates and three parts of a quarter of a virgate of land and the said wood, with reversions of a messuage and three parts of a quarter of a virgate which Agnes daughter of William de Mundeham held for life, and of three parts of a quarter of a virgate which Walter atte Ponde held for life, and of half a quarter of a virgate which Robert de Mundham, Coupere, held for life; to William for life, with remainder to his son Andrew and Agnes daughter of Thomas de Aldham and the heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 56. No. 2.)

1792. William Seuebech of Arundell and Julian his wife v. Margaret, late the wife of Thomas de Hamptonette; 5s. rent and rent of 4 quarters of wheat and 4 quarters of barley in Yabeton; to William and Julian for 20 marks. (File 56. No. 3.)

1793. Walter Crochun and Maud his wife v. Walter de Rouston and Joan his wife; a messuage and 4 acres in Duryngton; to Walter Crochun and Maud for 20 marks. [Dorse] Margaret, late the wife of Edmund de Shardelowe, puts in her claim. (File 56. No. 4.)

1794. James Burre v. Roger Jagun; a messuage, 4 acres of land, 12d. rent in Pageham which Isabel, late the wife of John Jagun, holds for life; remainder to James for 100 marks. (File 56. No. 5.)

1795. Bartholomew de Boggeleygh v. Thomas atte Tye and Alice his wife; 4 acres in Herstmounceus; to Bartholomew for 20 marks. (File 56. No. 6.)

1796. William de Pauethorn the elder and Alice his wife and William de Pauethorn the younger and Isabel his wife (by William Papilioun) v. Robert Fraunkelayn, rector of the church of Edburghton; 2 messuages and 9 virgates in Edburghton and Perchynge; to William and Alice, William and Isabel, and heirs of bodies of William and Isabel, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William the elder. (File 56. No. 7.)

1797. John de Bohun of Midhurst and Isabel his wife v. Ralph de Langely, chaplain; manor of Rustiton; manor, including reversion of 4 messuages, 19 acres 1 rood of land which John son of William de Eyston held for life, and of 80 acres of land and 7 acres of meadow which Richard de Bohun held for life, and of 18 acres of land which Ralph de Polynges and John Eyston held for life, to John and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John de Bohun. (File 56. No. 8.)

1798. Walter Crochun and Maud his wife v. John Macy; a messuage and 9 acres in Duryngton; to Walter and Maud for 10 marks. [Dorse] Margaret, late the wife of Edmund de Shardelowe, puts in her claim. (File 56. No. 9.)

1799. Robert atte More and Ida his wife v. William Russel, rector of the church of Ludegaressale; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in Ludegaressale; to Robert and Ida for life, remainder to Roger atte More and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to John brother of Roger, William de Houswyk and Cecily his wife, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Robert. (File 56. No. 10.)

1800. William le Despenser v. Thomas atte Tye and Alice his wife; 2½ acres of land, half an acre of meadow in Westferles; to William for 100s. (File 56. No. 11.)

1801. Robert le Sapiare and Maud his wife (by John de Stopeham) v. Walter Scarp and Joan his wife; 20 acres in Kenredeford; to Robert and Maud for life, remainder to Robert's son Luke and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to William, brother of Luke, and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Robert. (File 56. No. 12.)

1802. Joseph atte Brugge and Maud his wife v. Thomas de Icoumbe; a messuage, 32 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and a third of 2 messuages, 8 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow in Dudelyngg'; reversions of 4 acres of land and the third of a messuage, which Henry de Punfold and Lucy his wife held for life of Lucy, and of 28 acres of land, the meadow, two-thirds of a messuage and the said third of 2 messuages, 8 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow, which Joan, late the wife of William de Icoumbe, held for life; to Joseph and Maud for life, remainder to Joseph's son Thomas and heirs of his body, with contingent successive remainders to Walter and William, brothers of Thomas, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Joseph. (File 56. No. 13.)

1803. Stephen Pessoner of Battle v. John atte Wode of Whatlyntone and Joan his wife; 10s. 4¼d. rent in Neuinefeld; to Stephen for 10 marks. (File 56. No. 14.)

1804. Henry de Wyleghe v. John Seman, vicar of the church of Wadeherst, and Richard de Wyleghe; 2 messuages, 5 tofts, 110 acres of land, 50 acres of wood in Tychesherst and Wadeherst; to Henry and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to his brothers John, Richard and Thomas, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Henry. (File 56. No. 15.)

1805. John Grigg' of Eston and Alice his wife and Thomas their son (by Richard de Elbrigg' in place of Alice and by William de Hurst in place of Thomas) v. Robert de Sidlesham, chaplain; 2 messuages, 50 acres of land, 9d. rent in Sidlesham and Seleseye; to John and Alice and Thomas and heirs of body of Thomas, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 56. No. 16.)

1806. William de Holyndale and Maud his wife (by John de Stopeham) v. William Stonyng; a messuage and 8 acres in Estgrenstede; to William and Maud for life, remainder to Roger de Holyndale and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Simon de Holyndale, William son of Richard de Holyndale, heirs of their bodies, or William son of John de Holyndale and his heirs. (File 56. No. 17.)

1807. William Le Crouchere of Lydesy v. William son of Thomas de Ernesbern; a messuage and 1 virgate of land in Aldyngbourn; to William le Crouchere for 100 marks. (File 56. No. 18.)

1808. William Crabbe and Julian his wife (by John de Elbrigg') v. Robert Bosse and Elizabeth his wife; a messuage in Cicestr'; to William and Julian for 100s. (File 56. No. 19.)

1809. John Marmyon and Maud his wife (by John de Ludyngton) v. William de Frennyngham; 2 messuages, 256 acres of land, 4 acres of wood, 24s. rent in Hellynglegh and Haylesham which Eleanor de Frennyngham holds for life; reversion to John and Maud for 100 marks. (File 56. No. 20.)

1810. James de la Fanne v. John le Chapman of Westlouente and Emma his wife; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 2 acres of wood, 28s. rent in Pageham; to James for 100 marks. (File 56. No. 21.)

1811. Gilbert [? H]erberd v. Bartholomew de Grauetye and Maud his wife; 9 acres of land, half an acre of meadow, half an acre of wood in Ifelde; to Gilbert for 20 marks. (File 56. No. 22.)

1812. Robert atte Greuette and Alice his wife v. Thomas Caperon; 100 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 4d. rent in Esebourne; to Robert and Alice for life, remainder to Robert's son John and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Mary, Joan and Julian, sisters of John, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Robert. (File 56. No. 23.)

1813. Henry Maufe and Joan his wife v. Laurence Maufe; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 8 acres of wood, 100 acres of heath and 4 marks rent in Hellyngleye; to Henry and Joan to hold of the King for life, with remainder to the heirs of Joan. (File 56. No. 24.)

1814. Robert de Beyuill and Elizabeth his wife (by Simon Ganet) v. Thomas de Leye and Nicholas de Gyddyng, chaplain; a third of the manor of Ouyndenne and the advowson of a third part of the church; to Robert and Elizabeth for life, remainder to Robert's son Richard and Elizabeth his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Richard. (File 56. No. 25.)

1815. William Seynpol of Yabeton and Beatrice his wife (by Geoffrey Baudewyn) v. Robert, vicar of the church of Yabeton, and Peter Sewale of Yabeton; 7 messuages, a mill, 80 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture, 16s. rent in Yabeton and Benstede; to William and Beatrice for life, remainder to John, the younger son of said William, and Edmund his brother and heirs of body of John, with contingent remainders to John, the elder son of the said William, heirs of his body, or to George his brother and his heirs. (File 56. No. 26.)

7 Edward III.

1816. Reginald atte Knelle v. William le (sic) Maleuile; a messuage, 2 virgates of land and 5 acres of meadow in Pageham, which Thomas North held for the life of Roger Hereward; reversion to Reginald for 20 marks. (File 56. No. 27.)

1817. Thomas de Yabeton the younger and Joan his wife v. Thomas de Yabeton the elder; 6 messuages, 15 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 3s. 5d. rent in Yabeton; 3 messuages, the land, meadow and rent, and reversion of a messuage which John Sculk and Emma his wife and John their son held for life, a messuage which Margaret la Cok and Sarra la Cok hold for life and of a messuage which Alice late the wife of John le Suour held for life, to Thomas the younger and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Thomas the elder. (File 56. No. 28.)

1818. John atte Purie and Isabel his wife v. Ralph Dauncere of Kyngeston; a messuage and 18 acres in Ouyngedene; to John and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Isabel. (File 56. No. 29.)

1819. Robert Quecche of Clayton v. John Spryngant, rector of the church of Cokefeld; a messuage, 1 virgate of land, 5 acres of meadow, 30 acres of wood, 80 acres of heath, 6s. 5d. rent in Cokefeld; to Robert for 100 marks. (File 56. No. 30.)

1820. William atte Denne and Joan his wife v. William de Merewe and Isabel his wife; a messuage in Horsham; to William atte Denne and Joan for 100s. (File 56. No. 31.)

1821. John de Boxgroue and Joan his wife v. John le Frenshe and Alice his wife; a messuage and 25 acres in Launcynge; to John de Boxgroue and Joan for 20 marks. (File 56. No. 32.)

1822. William de Merewe v. John Hony and Denise his wife; a messuage, 44 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 5 acres of wood in Westgrensted; to John and Denise for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 56. No. 33.)

1823. John son of Hugh le Wroghte v. John de Hertwell and Agnes his wife; a messuage, 32 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 3 acres of wood, 5 acres of pasture in Hertefeld; to John de Hertwell and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John de Hertwell. (File 56. No. 34.)

1824. William atte Rode, chaplain, v. Thomas atte Mille and Alice his wife; 2 messuages, 26½ acres of land and half an acre of meadow in Rogate; to Thomas and Alice and heirs of body of Thomas, contingent remainders to Roger Baiounsfeuere and Maud his wife and heirs of their bodies, or to Richard son of John Goldryng and his heirs. (File 56. No. 35.)

1825. John de Ifeld v. William atte Wode, chaplain; two-thirds of manor of Wykham by Stenyng; to John and heirs male of his body, contingent remainders to John son of Andrew Peverel, Andrew his brother, John son of John de Wakehurst, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John de Ifeld. (File 56. No. 36.)

1826. William de Cheyne and Margery his wife (by William de Waure) v. Hugh de Dunham, chaplain, and Thomas de Dakenham; manor of Stretes and advowson of the church; to William and Margery and heirs of William. (File 56. No. 37.)

1827. William Fesk and Margery his wife v. Richard de Weyhurst; 2 messuages, 56 acres of land, 1½ acres of meadow, 40s. rent in Stenyng and Westgrenstede; to William and Margery. (File 56. No. 38.)

1828. Robert de Wylecombe v. William atte Boureffeure of Falemare and Agatha his wife; 2 messuages, 92 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 19s. 8d. rent in Chiltyngton; to Robert for life, remainder to his son Nicholas and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Thomas brother of Nicholas, heirs of his body, or right heirs of Robert. (File 56. No. 39.)

1829. John de Stopeham v. Geoffrey de Vaal, vicar of the church of Bernham; 2 messuages, 38 acres of land in Boseham; 1 messuage and 34 acres and reversion of 1 messuage and 4 acres, which Clarice late the wife of Henry le Sauser held in dower, to John for £20. (File 56. No. 40.)

1830. J. Blount the younger v. John Blount the elder; a messuage and 2 carucates in Westdene which William de Cherleton held for life; to John Blount the younger and heirs of his body, to hold by render of 7 marks yearly, contingent reversion to John Blount the elder and his heirs. (File 56. No. 41.)

1831. Peter de Sandale and Alice his wife v. John de Sandale and Margaret his wife; 4 messuages, 3 tofts, 129 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 12 acres of wood and rent of a pound of cummin in Stanstede, Raketon, Upmerdon, Cicestr' and the suburb of Cicestr'; 1 messuage and the said rent in Cicestr', with the homage and service of John de Insula and his heirs, and reversions of 15 acres of land in Raketon which Nicholas Niweman held for life, and of 2 acres there which Henry de la Rode, rector of the church of Raketon, and William son of Robert atte Rode held for life, and of 1 messuage and the said tofts in Cicestr' which John Hardyng and Julian his wife held for life, and of 2½ acres there which Adam Emmory held for life, and of 1 messuage, 60 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, and the said wood in Stanstede which Robert de Brommore held for a term of nine years, and of 40 acres of land in Upmerdon which John Tille held for a term of 5 years, and of 1 messuage, 9 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in the suburb of Cicestr' which William de Boxgraue held for a term of 18 years, to Peter and Alice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent reversion to John and Margaret and heirs of Margaret; for this Peter and Alice give 20 marks. (File 56. No. 42.)

1832. John de Weston, chiualer, and Amice his wife (by John Parles) v. Richard de Coulond; manors of Middelton and La Clyue in Insula Vecta in Southants, manor of Weston by Bath in Somerset, £20 rent in Bosham in Sussex; to John and Amice and heirs of John. (D.C.: File 37. No. 136.)

8 Edward III.

1833. William Vaghan and Joan his wife v. Richard Russel; manor of La Parrok; to William and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 56. No. 43.)

1834. Nicholas Gentil the younger v. Robert de Grenefeld and Joan his wife; a messuage, 24 acres of land, half an acre of wood in Sidlesham; to Nicholas for 20 marks. (File 56. No. 44.)

9 Edward III.

1835. Edmund de Kenelle and Joan his wife (by Thomas de Sheldon, guardian of said Joan) v. William de Clynton, Richard de Alleslee, rector of church of Wynchefeld, and Thomas Chaumpayne, chaplain; manor of Kenelle; to Edmund and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Edmund. (File 57. No. 1.)

1836. John de Bohun of Midhurst and Isabel his wife v. Henry Tregoz the elder and Ralph de Perchyng; manors of Midhurst, Forde, Clympyng and Nytymbre and 1 carucate of land in Esebourne and Wollauynton; to John and Isabel for life, remainder to John's son Edward and heirs male of his body, contingent successive remainders to heirs male of body of the said John, to Joan, Elizabeth and Margaret, sisters of Edward, and heirs male of their bodies, or to right heirs of John. (File 57. No. 2.)

1837. William le Graunt v. Thomas Scot, chaplain; 4 messuages, 36 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 5s. rent in Hampton by Arundell; to William for life, remainder to his sons Richard and Thomas for life, then to William brother of the said Richard for life, then to right heirs of William le Graunt. (File 57. No. 3.)

1838. Richard de Hangelton and Alice his wife v. John de Aulton of Surrey; a messuage, 180 acres of land, 20s. rent in Hangelton and Aldrynton; to Richard and Alice and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Richard. (File 57. No. 4.)

1839. John de Couert and Margaret his wife v. John, rector of the church of Sullyngton; manors of Sullyngton and Bradebrugge and 1 carucate of land in Esshington; to John and Margaret and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to Baldwin le Moigne and Mary his wife and heirs of their bodies, or to right heirs of John. [Dorse] Richard Couert puts in his claim. (File 57. No. 5.)

1840. Luke de Vienna and Letice his wife (by John de Stopeham) v. Peter de Goushull, rector of the church of Bradewatere, and Nicholas de Ansty; manor of Codelawe; to Luke and Letice for life, remainder to John their son and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Luke brother of John, Margaret his sister, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Luke de Vienna. (File 57. No. 6.)

1841. John Marmion and Maud his wife v. Robert Noreys of Wyntryngham and Simon atte Gatende of Wyntryngham, chaplain; manor of Berwyk in Sussex, manor of Wyntryngham in Lincolnshire; to John and Maud and heirs of John. [Dorse] Joan, late the wife of Alexander de Freuill, Ralph le Botiller, Henry Hillary and Joan his wife put in their claim. (D.C.: File 38. No. 167.)

1842. Master John de Creyk, rector of church of Spofford, v. Henry de Percy the elder; castles of Alnewyk and Workworth, manors of Alnewyk, Tughale, Swynhowe, Denewyk, Alneham, Lestebury, Hoghton, Chatton, Neuburn, Workworth, Corbrigge, Aklyngton and Routhebury; borough of Alnemouth, 1 toft, 5 bovates, 70 acres of land, 2s. 4d. rent in Wolloure and Thrastreston and half manor of Turastreston in Northumberland, manors of Spofford, Topclif, Semer, Nafferton, Lekyngfeld, Catton. Clethop, Gycleswyk and Langestroth', advowsons of churches of Spofford, Lekyngfeld, Scorburgh, Arneclif, Catton and Donyngton in York, manor of Petteworth and advowson of church of Petteworth in Sussex; to Henry and heirs of his body, the manor and advowson of Petteworth to be held of chief lords of the fee, the other manors, etc., of the King, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Henry. (D.C.: File 38. No. 170.)

1843. William Rote of Totyngbek v. Robert de la More of Suthwerk and Joan his wife; a messuage, 88 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 3 acres of moor, 3 acres of aldergrove (alneti) in Wollauynton and Midhurst in Sussex, a messuage, 3 shops, a garden, 24 acres of land, 4½ acres of meadow in Suthwerk and Neuton by Suthwerk in Surrey; to William for 100 marks. (D.C.: File 38. No. 179.)

10 Edward III.

1844. Thomas de Westden and Joan his wife v. John de Eyot; 3 messuages, 12½ virgates of land, 17s. 5d. rent and rent of a pound of pepper and a pound of cummin in Rugwyk and Westden by Sengelton; 2 messuages, 10 virgates of land, 13s. 5d. rent and the rent of pepper and cummin in Westden to Thomas and Joan and heirs of Thomas; 1 messuage, 2½ virgates of land, 4s. rent in Rugwyk to Thomas and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to Katherine daughter of Joan and heirs of her body, or right heirs of Joan. (File 57. No. 7.)

1845. Elias de Mene of Cicestr', citezein, and Alice his wife v. Richard le Crich of Cicestr' and Eleanor his wife; a messuage in Cicestr'; to Elias and Alice for 20 marks. (File 57. No. 8.)

1846. Edward de Sancto Johanne and Eve his wife v. Fulk, vicar of the church of Berlauynton, and John Fitzleray, chaplain; manor of Ludegarsale and 50 messuages, 5 carucates, 27½ virgates of land, 60 acres of meadow, 200 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, 30 acres of aldergrove, 14s. 1d. rent and rent of 1 rose and 1 clove gillyflower in Northmerdon, Estmerdon, Upmerdon, Warnecampe, Compton, Petteworth, Egeden, Fitelworthe, Cotes and Sutton, and advowson of the church of Upmerdon; the manor, 49 messuages, 5 carucates, 22 virgates of land, the meadow, pasture, wood, aldergrove and advowson, the rent with homage and services of Robert de Loxle, Joan late the wife of Richard Pedifer, John le . . . ., . . . . Strod, John de Haselyngbourne and Thomas de Bayfold, the reversions of a messuage and 1 virgate which Gilbert le Parker of Ludegarsale and Alice his wife and Gilbert their son held for life, and of 3 acres of meadow and half a virgate of land which John le Cok held for life, and of half a virgate of land . . . . son of Gilbert le Parker held for life, and of half a virgate which William atte Gate held for life, [and of half] a virgate which John Edward held for life, and of half a virgate which Robert de Loxle held for life, and of half a virgate which Henry le Stedman and Agnes his wife held for life of Agnes, and of half [a virgate] which the same Henry and Agnes and John le Cok held for life of John and Agnes, and of half a virgate [which John le Cok and Maud] his wife held for life of the same Maud; to Edward and Eve and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Eve. [Dorse] John de Sheluestrode puts in his claim. (File 57. No. 9.)

1847. John de Stopeham and Isabel his wife v. John de Parys and Margaret his wife; 2 messuages, 1½ carucates of land, 10 acres of meadow, 15s. rent in Westangemeryngg'; to John de Stopeham and Isabel for 100 marks. (File 57. No. 10.)

1848. Ralph Saunzauer and Elizabeth his wife v. John de Wynton; manor of Medehone in Sussex, manor of Grantesden in Hunts, manor of Spertegraue and advowson of chapel of same manor in Somerset; to Ralph and Elizabeth and heirs of Ralph. (D.C.: File 38. No. 192.)