Sussex Fines
11-15 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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88-102

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'Sussex Fines: 11-15 Edward III', An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509 (1916), pp. 88-102. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65802 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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11 Edward III.

1849. John son of Henry de Bulkestrode the elder and Agnes his wife (by Thomas Cheyney) v. Peter de Hoo; 66 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 3 acres of wood, 7s. rent and a moiety of a messuage and 68 acres of pasture in Est Wyghtring which Maud late the wife of Henry de Bulkestrode held for life; to John and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John, for 40 marks. (File 57. No. 11.)

[N.B.—This fine was originally levied in 4 Edward III.]

1850. Robert de Grofherst and Sarra his wife v. Master Henry de Grofherst and William le Vele; a messuage, 200 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 8 acres of wood in Tychesherst, Wadherst, Goudherst and Lamberherst; to Robert and Sarra for life, remainder to Robert's son Thomas and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Joce, brother of Thomas, heirs of his body or right heirs of Robert. (File 57. No. 12.)

1851. John Inge and Alice Basset v. William Inge, rector of the church of Henton; a messuage, a mill, 2 carucates of land, 50s. rent in Esthamptonet; to John and Alice for life, remainder to John son of said Alice and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to Hildebrand his brother, Joan and Alice his sisters, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John Inge. (File 57. No. 13.)

1852. John de Wylden of Cycestr' v. Richard le Wyflese of Slyndon and Sarra his wife; a shop in Cycester'; to John for 100s. (File 57. No. 14.)

1853. John atte Euere, chaplain, v. Richard atte Pende of Stopeham and Denise his wife; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 3 acres of wood in Stopeham; to Richard and Denise for life, remainder to William atte Euere of Fytelworth and Alice his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 57. No. 15.)

1854. Edward de Sancto Johanne and Eve his wife (by Elias de Clympesfold) v. William Wauncy the elder; manor of Cotes; to Edward and Eve and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Eve, for 100 marks. (File 57. No. 16.)

1855. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. Hugh son of Hugh de Croftes, knight; manor of Bulsham, which Andrew de Medestede holds for life; reversion to the Earl for 100 marks. [Dorse] Nicholas Auenel puts in his claim. (File 57. No. 17.)

1856. John atte Euere, chaplain, v. John atte Hurne and Sybil his wife; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 3 acres of wood in Stopeham; to John atte Euere for £20. (File 57. No. 18.)

1857. Philip Wychard and Sybil his wife v. Gilbert de Bodeketon; 10 messuages, 224 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 7 acres of wood, 35s. 2d. rent in Bridham, Westychenore, Westwyghtryng and Sidlesham which Nicholas Gentil and Ales his wife hold for life; to Philip and Sybil and heirs of their bodies, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, contingent remainder to Henry son of William de Hunstan and heirs of his body, with contingent reversion to Gilbert; for this Philip and Sybil give 100 marks. [Dorse] William de Hurst and Sybil his wife put in their claim. (File 57. No. 19.)

1858. John de Parys and Margaret his wife v. John de Weston, rector of the church of Sullyngton; half the manor of Gretham; to John and Margaret and heirs of Margaret. (File 57. No. 20.)

1859. Richard son of Robert atte See v. Robert atte See; a messuage and 1 carucate in Goryngge; to Richard for 40 marks. (File 57. No. 21.)

1860. Thomas de Brewes and Beatrice his wife (by John de Stopham) v. Robert de Harperdesford; manors of Cherresworth, Seggewyk and Bydly[ngton] in Sussex, Bokham and Bromlegh in Surrey, Manygford in Wilts, Wyrthorp in Yorks, and Tettebury in Gloucestershire; to Thomas and Beatrice and heirs of their bodies, to hold of the King, contingent remainder to right heirs of Thomas. (D.C.: File 39. No. 211.)

1861. John de Fyenles and Maud his wife v. Thomas de Fyenles; manors of Asshehalle in Essex and Compton Mounceaux in Hants, and manor and advowson of church of Hurst Mounceaux in Sussex; to John and Maud and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders in succession to John son of said John, William and Robert his brothers, Joan his sister, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of [John de Fyenles]. (D.C.: File 39. No. 219.)

1862. Thomas de Aledon and Maud his wife v. William atte Welle, chaplain, and Philip Bretoun; manor of Burgherssh and 300 acres of land, 45s. 3d. rent and rent of 4 cocks, 16 hens and a quarter of oats in Westhamme and Pesemerssh in Sussex, and half the manor of Esture in Kent; the premises, with homage and services of Stephen atte Felde, John atte Felde, Henry de Flekkelee, John atte Hethe, Edmund Litelgrom, William Hokere, Richard Joce, Stephen de Pedelesham, Robert de Pedelesham, Stephen son of John de Pedelesham, Walter Martyn, John Lot, John Roger, Richard Roger, Maud Dywe, Ralph de Bourne, Ralph Symon, Robert de Heththorp and their heirs, to Thomas and Maud. (D.C.: File 39. No. 220.)

12 Edward III.

1863. Ralph atte More and Sarra his wife and Thomas their son v. Richard de Assheby and Katherine his wife; a messuage, 52 acres of land, 2 acres of moor and half of a messuage and a mill in Estlouente, Westlouente, Midlouente and Estfisshebourne; to Ralph, Sarra and Thomas and heirs of Thomas for 100 marks. (File 57. No. 22.)

1864. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. Maud Paynel; manors of Wulbedyng, Pynkhurst, Laffure, Ouerfold and Hamptenet by Cicestr' and advowson of church of Wulbedyng, which Edward de Sancto Johanne le Vncle and Eve his wife hold in dower of Eve; reversion to the Earl for £300. (File 57. No. 23.)

1865. William Papilon and Joan his wife and John his son v. William Serle; 2 messuages, 2 virgates, 28 acres of land, 23 acres of meadow, 17 acres of wood, 4s. 6d. rent and rent of a pound of cummin and half a pound of pepper and a moiety of a messuage and 1 virgate of land in Wysberghe and Pulberghe; a messuage, 1 virgate of land, 13 acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood, 12s. rent and a moiety of a messuage and 1 virgate to William and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainders successively to John and heirs of his body, William, Richard, Walter, his brothers, and heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of John; a messuage, half a virgate of land, 8 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood, 3s. 6d. rent and rent of a pound of cummin and half a pound of pepper in Pulberghe, and reversions of 16 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 3 acres of wood in Wysberghe which John de Amelhurst the elder held for life, and of 12 acres of land in Pulberghe which Roger atte Hethe and Ida his wife held for life, to William, Joan and John and heirs of the body of John, with contingent remainders as before. (File 57. No. 24.)

1866. William de Hampsted, chaplain, v. Richard atte Wyke of Stoghton and Agnes his wife; a messuage and 3 acres in Terryng; to William for 10 marks. (File 57. No. 25.)

1867. Lucy daughter of William Drosey v. William Drosey; 10 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and pasture for 2 oxen and 25 sheep in Kyngeston by Lewes which Ralph Rademelde holds for life; reversion to Lucy for 10 marks. (File 57. No. 26.)

1868. Ralph atte More, clerk, and William de Morton, clerk, v. Thomas de Foxle; manor of Rumbaldeswyk and 2 gardens, 92 acres 1 rood of land, 5 acres of meadow, 24 acres of pasture, 3 acres 1 rood of wood, 27s. 8d. rent in Ouynge and Grenestrete, and advowson of church of Rumbaldeswyk; to Thomas for life, remainder to John his son and heirs male of his body, contingent remainders to Thomas brother of John, heirs male of his body, or right heirs of Thomas de Foxle. (File 57. No. 27.)

1869. Richard de Stonore and Cecily his wife v. Master William de Stoke and John de Bisshopeston, rector of the church of Westhorslegh; manor of Lym and 3 messuages, a mill, 546 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood, £7 2s. 3d. rent and pasture for 560 sheep in Herstmounceaus, Horseye, Westden, Litlyngton, Lullyngton, Haylesham and Westhamme; to Richard and Cecily and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Cecily. (File 57. No. 28.)

1870. William Bachiler, clerk (by John de Wygeton), v. John Colpeper of Lynlegh and Joan his wife; 30 acres of land in Wythyhamme; to William for 20 marks. (File 57. No. 29.)

1871. John Mente of Portesmuthe, Burgeys, and Isabel his wife v. John de Boxgraue and Joan his wife; a messuage in Cicestre; to John and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with contingent reversion to John de Boxgraue and Joan and heirs of John; for this John Mente and Isabel give 20 marks. (File 57. No. 30.)

1872. Henry Whysh v. Thomas son of Thomas de Dunmere; manor of Kynore; to Henry for 100 marks. (File 57. No. 31.)

13 Edward III.

1873. Richard de Reynham of London v. John de Sidyngbourne; a messuage, 30 acres of land, 7s. rent in Estpreston by Ferrynge; the premises, with the homage and services of John de Ryhulle and Alice his wife, Henry Burgeis and Margery his wife and their heirs; to Richard for 20 marks. [Dorse] John de Stopham puts in his claim. William de Burgham puts in his claim. (File 58. No. 1.)

1874. John son of Alan de Islesfold v. William de Warscele and Maud his wife; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood, 6d. rent in Kerredeford; to William and Maud and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 58. No. 2.)

1875. John le Squyer and Julian his wife v. William atte Merssh of Tratyton; a messuage, 20 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 4 acres of moor in Tratyton; to John and Julian for 20 marks. (File 58. No. 3.)

1876. Richard Laxman and Joan his wife v. John Adam, chaplain; manors of Wyke and Sonde; two-thirds of the manors and reversion of remaining third, held for life by Joan late the wife of John de la Mare, to Richard and Joan and heirs of the body of Joan, contingent remainders to Joan late the wife of Roger de Kent for life, then to James son of Roger de Kent and heirs of his body, or to John brother of James and his heirs. [Dorse] John son of John de Lonches of Gersyndon puts in his claim. (File 58. No. 4.)

1877. Eve late the wife of John atte Forde of Stopeham and John de Stopeham and Isabel his wife v. Edward de Sancto Johanne le Neveu; 2 messuages and 8 acres in Yabeton and a third of the manor of Stopeham and advowson of a third part of the church of the same manor; to Eve, John and Isabel and heirs of body of John, to hold by render of 4s. yearly, contingent remainder to heirs of the body of Eve, contingent reversion to Edward and his heirs. (File 58. No. 5.)

1878. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. Roger de Bauent, chivaler, and Hawise his wife; manor of Cokkyng and 8 acres of land in Hethshete; to the Earl for £1000. (File 58. No. 6.)

1879. William de Merle v. William Bonet and John Maille; 2 messuages, 1 carucate, 40 acres of land, 15 acres of meadow in Annyngdon and Pulbergh; the premises, including reversions of 32 acres in the said carucate, namely, 10 acres which Simon le Calewe held for life, 10 acres which Maud Bertelote held for life, 2 acres which Simon le Wrier held for life and 10 acres which Maud Plotte held for life; to William Merle and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to William de Merle, Bastard, and heirs of his body, William de Whiteweye and heirs of his body, or right heirs of William de Merle. [Dorse] John Denys puts in his claim. (File 58. No. 7.)

1880. John la Warre and Joan his wife v. John de Claydon, rector of the church of Mamecestr'; manor of Middelton; to John and Joan to hold of the King for life, remainder to Roger la Warre and Elizabeth his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. This concord was made by order of the King. (File 58. No. 8.)

1881. Walter de Bonwyk and Maud his wife (by William Papilon) v. Walter Taillour, chaplain; a messuage, 30 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 10 acres of wood, 20d. rent in Horsham; to Walter and Maud. (File 58. No. 9.)

1882. William atte Halle v. Thomas atte Halle of Rotford; a messuage, 120 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 23s. rent and rent of 1 clove gillyflower in Petteworth; the messuage, 112½ acres of land, the meadow and rent and reversions of half an acre which Maud le Tannestre held for life and of 7 acres which Thomas her son held for life, to Thomas for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 58. No. 10.)

1883. Robert de Elnestede (by John de Stopham) v. Richard de Assheby and Katherine his wife; a messuage and 40 acres in Ouuyngge; to Robert for 40 marks. (File 58. No. 11.)

1884. John de Radyndene, knight, and Joan his wife v. John Dauy, rector of the church of Little Horstede, and Thomas de Dalyngeregge; manor of Shiffeld; to John and Joan for life, remainder to Roger de Dalyngeregge and Alice his wife and heirs of the body of Alice, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John de Radyndene. (File 58. No. 12.)

14 Edward III.

1885. Henry atte Hulle and Denise his wife (by William Papillon) v. John atte Hulle; a messuage, 18 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow and half an acre of wood in Nuthurst and Horsham; to Henry and Denise for life, remainder to Henry's son William and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to John his brother, Maud his sister, heirs of their bodies, and right heirs of Henry. [Dorse] Julemus son of Henry atte Hulle puts in his claim. (File 58. No. 13.)

1886. Robert de Elnestede and Agatha his wife and Hugh their son v. John de Passele; manor of Cremesham; to Robert and Agatha and Hugh and heirs of Robert, for 100 marks. (File 58. No. 14.)

1887. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. Alice Basset; manor of Esthamptonet; to the Earl for 100 marks. (File 58. No. 15.)

1888. Edward de Sancto Johanne le Neveu v. John atte See of Denton; manors of Lynch and Yabeton and two-thirds of manor of Stopeham; to Edward. (File 58. No. 16.)

1889. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. John Inge; manor of Esthamptonet; to the Earl for 100 marks. (File 58. No. 17.)

1890. John Humery v. Thomas son and heir of Griffin de Grenestede; 2 messuages, 100 acres of land. 5 acres of meadow, 5 acres of wood in Westegrenestede; to John for 100 marks. (File 58. No. 18.)

1891. William de Medestede v. Alexander atte Slade and Agnes his wife; a messuage, 50 acres of land, 6s. 5½d. rent and pasture for 150 sheep in Bechyngton and Friston; to William for 40 marks. (File 58. No. 19.)

1892. Roger Callard v. William le May and Joan his wife and Peter Jurdan and Beatrice his wife; 18 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow in Wormynghurst; to Roger for 20 marks. (File 58. No. 20.)

1893. John atte Mulle and Beatrice his wife v. John atte Burchette; a messuage, 1½ virgates of land, a mill, 10 acres of meadow in Wysbergh; to John and Beatrice and heirs male of body of John, contingent remainders to their daughter Joan and heirs of her body, or right heirs of John atte Mulle. [Dorse] William Papylon and Joan his wife and Richard Porther and Alina his wife put in their claim. (File 58. No. 21.)

1894. Robert de Bokholte and Joan his wife (by John de Clanefeld) v. John de Bokholte of Bexle; a messuage, 61 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow and 8 acres of wood in Bexle; to Robert and Joan and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Robert. (File 58. No. 22.)

1895. Robert de Eluestede v. Ralph atte More and Sarra his wife; 40 acres of land in Ounyngge (sic); to Robert for £10. (File 58. No. 24.)

1896. Margaret late the wife of John son of John la Warre v. John son of Roger la Warre; manor of Isefeld; to Margaret for life, to hold by rendering to John during his life £20 yearly and to his heirs a rose at Midsummer, reversion to John and his heirs. (File 58. No. 25.)

1897. Adam le Smyth v. William de Neubrigg'; a messuage, 3 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 1 acre of wood in Pulbergh; to Adam for life, remainder to Adam's son William and Alice his wife and heirs of the body of William, contingent remainders to Thomas, brother of William, heirs of his body or right heirs of Adam. (File 58. No. 26.)

1898. John de Stopeham v. John son of John Kente the elder and Elena his wife and Joan her sister; 13 messuages, 187 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 71s. rent and rent of a peppercorn and an arrow in Ferryngg', Goryngg', Aumberle, Estpreston and Westpreston and advowson of chantry at altar of the Blessed Mary in the church of Ferryngg'; the premises, including homage and services of John Fraunkelayn, John Kente the elder, Amfrid Canfyn, Richard Colyn, William de Preston, John Triacle, Ralph de Polyng, Emma la Bal, Robert Slogard, John le Goor, William le Goor, Richard le Goor, John son of John atte Forde, Nicholas le Pypare, Isabel le Hoppestere, Nicholas atte Felde, John Wodeland, Robert Wodeland, Thomas le Putel and Margery his wife, Walter Calch and Isabel his wife, William atte Mere and Joan his wife, Amfrid de Southetoune and Maud his wife, Thomas de Ingmanthorp and Agnes Bedenye, and reversions of a messuage which Nicholas Canon held for life, and of a messuage which Richard le Gas held for life, and of a messuage which John Est and Tarota his wife and Joan their daughter held for life, and of a messuage which John Canon held for life, and of a messuage and 1½ acres which Walter Calch and Isabel his wife held for her life, and of a messuage which Maud atte Gate and Thomas her son held for life, and of a messuage, 10 acres 1 rood of land which John Kente the elder held for life, and of a messuage which Richard atte Wyk and William his son held for life, and of 9 acres of land which Robert de Malteby, Ferour, and John and William his sons held for life, and of 2 acres of land which Thomas Calch held for life, and of 2 acres of land which Ralph, rector of the church of Sengelton, held for life, and of 2 acres which John le Couk held for life, and of a messuage, 27 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, 16s. rent and a third of a messuage which Elias de Clympesfold held of the dower of Maud wife of Robert de Coppeden by demise of Robert and Maud, and of two-thirds of a messuage and 10 acres of land which the same Elias held for life of said Maud, and of 28 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, 15s. rent which Robert de Coppeden of Ferryngg' and Maud his wife held in dower of Maud, and of 8 acres of meadow which Thomas Sarles held for term of 10 years, and of 4 acres of land which Robert le Ferrour and Maud his wife held for term of 18 years; to John de Stopeham for £200. (File 58. No. 27.)

1899. Richard le Fest the elder and Richard le Fest the younger and Joan his wife (by John de Stopham, guardian of Joan) v. Walter Randolf; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 3s. rent in Wernham; to Richard, Richard and Joan and heirs of the bodies of Richard the younger and Joan, contingent remainder to right heirs of Richard le Fest the elder. (File 58. No. 28.)

1900. Robert, Bishop of Cicestr', v. Walter Loue; 4d. rent in Ertham; to the Bishop and his heirs for 40s. (File 58. No. 29.)

1901. John Capel v. Thomas de Coleworthe and Joan his wife; half a messuage in Cicestr'; to John for 100s. (File 58. No. 30.)

1902. Edmund de Knelle v. Robert de Abotteslonde and Alice his wife; 30 acres in Beckele; to Edmund for 100s. (File 58. No. 31.)

1903. John le Page of Hamme and Margery his wife v. John Verdon and Julian his wife; a messuage and 2 virgates in Boseham; to John le Page and Margery for life, remainder to their elder son John and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to John the younger his brother, Alice, Joan, Maud his sisters, and heirs of their bodies, or Isabel their sister and her heirs. (File 58. No. 32.)

1904. John de Stopeham v. John atte See; a third of the manor of Stopeham; to John de Stopeham for £100. (File 58. No. 33.)

1905. William le Chaumberleyn of Hetshete and Joan his wife (by John de Clanefeld) v. Thomas de Cheny; a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 6 acres of meadow, 8 acres of wood, 20s. rent in Hetshete and Esebourne and half the manor of Hetshete; to William and Joan for life, remainder to their son William and heirs male of his body, contingent remainders to his brothers Thomas and John, heirs male of their bodies, or right heirs of William le Chaumberleyn. (File 58. No. 34.)

1906. Master William de Fisshhebourne v. Geoffrey de Ledes and John Adam, chaplain; a messuage, a mill, 50 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in Boseham; to Master William for life, to hold of the King, remainder to Thomas de Wheltone and Isabel his wife for life, then to Thomas their son and heirs of his body, contingent remainders to his brothers John and William, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Thomas de Wheltone. (File 58. No. 35.)

1907. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. Robert le Mareschal and Joan his wife; a messuage, a mill, a carucate of land, 8 acres of meadow, 7 marks and 2s. rent in Westbourne, Raketon, Stoghton, Lordyton and Warblynton; to Robert and Joan for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to the Earl and his heirs. (File 58. No. 36.)

1908. Stephen le Power and Isabel his wife and Stephen their son (by Elias de Climpesfold, guardian of the said Stephen) v. William le Power, rector of the church of Thacham, and John de Hamelton, chaplain; 2 messuages, 2 carucates of land in Thacham, Sullyngton and Wassyngton; to Stephen, Isabel and Stephen and heirs of the body of Stephen son of Stephen, contingent remainders to heirs male of bodies of Stephen and Isabel, Margaret and Joan, sisters of Stephen son of Stephen, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Stephen le Power. (File 58. No. 37.)

1909. Henry de Loxlye v. William son of Thomas de Laganersh; 2 messuages, a toft, 150 acres of land, 10 acres of wood and rent of a pound of pepper in Pageham; the premises, including reversions of a messuage and 8 acres which John Carpenter held for life, and of 2 acres which Nicholas Heghwod and Julian his wife held for life of Nicholas, to Henry for 20 marks. (File 58. No. 38.)

1910. Joan late the wife of Thomas Tregoz (by John de Stopeham) v. Robert le Goor and Agnes his wife and Thomas de Milers and Amice his wife; 2½ acres of land, 25s. 4d. rent and rent of two pounds of cummin in Estpreston, Ferryng, Suthwyk, Perham and Rugwyk; to Joan for £20. (File 58. No. 39.)

1911. John de Alresford v. William le Deuenyssh and Julian his wife; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 16 acres of pasture, 5 acres of wood in Ouuyngg'; to John for 100 marks. (File 58. No. 40.)

1912. Richard, Earl of Arundell, v. James Louel and Isabel his wife; manor of Storgheton; to the Earl for £300. (File 58. No. 41.)

1913. John de Boudon and Mary his wife v. Thomas, rector of the church of Colde Waltham; manors of Syberteswelde and Eghethorn in Kent, a messuage, 100 acres of land, 3 acres of pasture, 1 acre of wood, 25s. 1d. rent in Ertham in Sussex, a mill, 13s. 4d. rent in Kyngeston Seymor and one-third of the manor of Kyngeston Seymor in Somerset; to John and Mary and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (D.C.: File 40. No. 277.)

1914. Maud late the wife of John Marmyoun v. Robert Noreys, rector of the church of Westretford, and Simon de Wyntryngham, master of the hospital of St. Giles by Catryk; manors of Berewyk in Sussex, Wyntryngham in Lincoln, and Quenton in Gloucestershire; to Maud for life, remainder to Robert son of John Marmyoun for life, then to John de Gray of Retherefeld and Avice his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to heirs of the body of Avice, to John de Bernak and Joan his wife and heirs of her body, or to right heirs of the said Robert son of John Marmyoun. (D.C.: File 40. No. 285.)

15 Edward III.

1915. William atte Welle v. William Bonet and Joan his wife; 3 messuages, 1½ carucates of land in Horsham, Nutehurst, Rousparre and Coumbes; to William atte Welle for life, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, reversion to William Bonet and Joan and heirs of Joan; for this William atte Welle gives 100 marks. [Dorse] Richard de Coumbes puts in his claim. (File 59. No. 1.)

1916. William Bonet and Joan his wife v. Richard le Fesor, chaplain, and William son of William de Lychepole; a messuage, 180 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 50 acres of wood in Sele; to William and Joan for life, remainder to William's son Nigel and Margaret his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to William brother of Nigel and heirs of his body or right heirs of William Bonet. (File 59. No. 2.)

1917. John le Mareschal of Changeton and Elizabeth his wife (by John atte Hulle, warden of Elizabeth) v. Henry de Broughton; manor of Changeton and half manor of Bungeton; to John and Elizabeth. (File 59. No. 3.)

1918. John de Court and Gunilda his wife and Roger de Lynche v. William de la Rue, rector of the church of Compton, and William le Carpenter of Compton, chaplain; a messuage and 14 acres in Compton and Upmerdon; to John and Gunilda for life, remainder to Roger and his heirs. (File 59. No. 4.)

1919. Roland Daneys and John de Sydyngbourne v. William de Burton and Elizabeth his wife; manors of Wodemancote, Morlee and Suthwyk by New Shorham, and half the manor of Threulee, and the advowson of the church of Shulflegh and 40s. rent in Goryngge; to William and Elizabeth and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to Elizabeth's son William, his brother John, his sister Margaret, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of Elizabeth. (File 59. No. 5.)

1920. Peter de Eston and Beatrice his wife v. John de Palyngeham, chaplain; 2 messuages, 21½ acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 10s. 9d. rent in Goryng, Terryngg, Horsham and Arundell; to Peter and Beatrice and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Beatrice. (File 59. No. 6.)

1921. Geoffrey de Say, chivaler, and Maud his wife (by John de Walsham) v. Thomas de Hethe, rector of the church of Retherfeld; manor of Hammes; to Geoffrey and Maud and heirs male of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Geoffrey. (File 59. No. 7.)

1922. Thomas de Welton v. Thomas de Watergate and Elizabeth his wife and Richard son of the same Elizabeth; 18 acres of land in Boseham; to Thomas de Welton for £10. (File 59. No. 8.)

1923. John de Strode v. John Charteneys and Margaret his wife; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 4 acres of wood in Hertefeld; to John de Strode for 40 marks. (File 59. No. 9.)

1924. Michael de Ponyng' le Uncle v. John de Palyngeham, chaplain; 3 messuages, 70 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow in Goryng, Aumberle and Suntyng; to Michael. (File 59. No. 10.)

1925. Roger de Bradebrugg' v. John de Bradebrugg'; 2 messuages, 50 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow in Slyndefold, Warnham and Sullyngton; 18 acres of land and the meadow, and reversions of a messuage and 28 acres which Richard Wildegose and Maud his wife and Richard their son held for life, and of a messuage and 4 acres which John at Hallonde and Joan his wife held for life, to Roger for 100 marks. (File 59. No. 11.)

1926. John de Stopeham the elder v. Robert le Ferour of Malteby and Isabel his wife; 23 acres of land in Ferryng; to John for 40 marks. (File 59. No. 12.)

1927. Thomas de Loppedelle, rector of the church of Esthodlegh, v. John de Brokesell and Margery his wife; 24 acres of land, 1 rood of meadow in Esthodlegh; to Thomas and his heirs for 20 marks. (File 59. No. 13.)

1928. Roger de Lynche v. Richard Blakeman and Margaret his wife; two-thirds of a messuage, 2 virgates of land and 2 acres of meadow, and one-third of a messuage, 1 virgate of land and 1 acre of meadow in Rogate; the two-thirds and the reversion of the one-third, which Robert de Arundell and Julian his wife held in dower of Julian, to Roger for 20 marks. (File 59. No. 14.)

1929. Robert de Rotforde and Margaret his wife (by John de Stopeham the younger, guardian of Margaret) v. John atte Rake and Agnes; 50 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 6 acres of pasture in Yabetone; to Robert and Margaret and heirs of Margaret for 40 marks. (File 59. No. 15.)

1930. John Bertrich and Agnes his wife (by John de Stopeham the younger) v. Richard Underersh of Pulbergh and Maud his wife; a messuage and half a virgate in Storgheton; to John and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, to hold by render of a rose at Midsummer, contingent reversion to Richard and Maud and heirs of Maud. (File 59. No. 16.)

1931. Roger atte Merssh of Arundell and Amice his wife v. John Ryhull and Maud his wife; a messuage in Arundell; to Roger and Amice and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to heirs of Amice. (File 59. No. 17.)

1932. William le Hay of Slyndefold and Maud his wife v. Peter de Sterford of Ifeld; a messuage, 140 acres of land in Slyndefolde; to William and Maud for life, remainder to Nicholas their son and heirs of his body, contingent remainders in succession to William, Richard, Godfrey, Thomas and John, brothers of Nicholas, heirs of their bodies, or right heirs of William le Hay. (File 59. No. 18.)

1933. William Bonet v. Richard le Fesor, chaplain, and William son of William de Lychepole; a messuage and 2 carucates in Stenyng; to William Bonet for life, remainder to his son Nigel and Margaret his wife and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainders to William brother of Nigel, heirs of his body, or right heirs of William Bonet. (File 59. No. 19.)

1934. Amy late the wife of John de Rumbrugg' and Henry de Rumbrugg' and Agnes his wife (by Ellas de Clympesfold) v. Thomas, rector of the church of Westychenore; 4 messuages, 40 acres of land in Sidlesham, West Wyghtryngg' and Westychenore; a messuage and 9 acres to Amy for life, remainder to Henry and Agnes and heirs of their bodies, contingent remainder to right heirs of Henry; a messuage and 21 acres and reversions of a messuage and 6 acres in Sidlesham which John le Carter held for life, and of a messuage and 2 acres there which Agnes la Hunte held for life, and of 2 acres there which John Bouker and Cecily his wife and John their son held for life, to Henry and Agnes and their said heirs. (File 59. No. 20.)