Fines for divers and other counties
Edward I

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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W. J. Hardy & W. Page (editors)

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1892

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218-221

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'Fines for divers and other counties: Edward I', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 1: Richard I - Richard III (1892), pp. 218-221. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78831 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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EDWARD I. Divers Counties.

1. Adam de Stratton, and John le Butyler, and Margaret, his wife. A rent in London and land in Harpesfeld, in the county of Hertford, which John Brutewell held. Anno 1.

8. Stephen de Cheyndut, and Geoffrey de Jarpenvill, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Little Stanmere and Eggeswere, and also premises in Langeley and Cheyndut. Anno 1.

18. The King, and John de Burgo. The manors of Wateley, in the county of Nottingham, of Estwode Releye . . ., in the county of Essex, of Banstede, in the county of Surrey, of Causton, in the county of Norfolk, of Canel and Kyngesbyr and the hundred of Kyngesbyr, in the county of Somerset, the manor of Neylaunde in the counties of Suffolk and Essex, and also the wardership (custodiam) of the Tower of London with all liberties to the same Tower pertaining, and 110 marks by the year, the manor of Myddleton, in the county of Lancaster, and the hundred to the same manor pertaining, to wit, the hundred of Middleton, and the hundred of Merdene which pertain to the chamber (ad camerariam) of Middleton. (Remainders). Endorsed, William de Apeltrefeud, Alexander, king of Scotland, and John, son of John de Burgo, put in their claims. Anno 2.

21. Adam de Stratton, and Richard de la Grave, and Clarice, his wife. Premises in Little Stanmere, Eggeswere, Kyngesbur', Yleford, Hendon, and Idulnester.—Essex, Hertford, and Middlesex.—Anno 21.

36. Alice, daughter of Thomas de Barewe, and William Gyffard, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Wendeye and Fulburn, and the moiety of the manor of Neuton juxta Clerekennewelle. (Remainders).—Middlesex, Suffolk, and Cambridge.—Anno 3.

43. John, prior of Hurleye, and John de Whethamstede, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Herefeld, and a rent in Oxeye.—Hertford and Middlesex.—Anno 4.

74. Thomas Viel, and William Belet. Premises in Hales and Foburne, except an annual rent in Hales, Kentissheton, and Leyton, in the counties of Essex and Middlesex, and also certain rents (set out) in the city of London.—Essex and Middlesex.—Anno 6.

102. Ralph de Alegate, and John, son of Roger de London. Premises in Borham, and also in Ware, in the county of Hertford, Edelmeton, Iseldon, Totenham, London, and Brambeleye, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders). Anno 9.

160. Roger de Suthcote, the younger, and Henry Russel, of Foulescote, and Milecent, his wife. Rents in Stanewell, in the county of Middlesex, and Horton, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 14.

161. Roger de Suthcote, the younger, and Miles de Morton, and Cristiana, his wife. Rents in Stanewell, in the county of Middlesex, and Horton, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 14.

190. John de Northwode, and Joan, his wife, and William le Peyforer, and Lora, his wife. The manor of Levelond, in the county of Kent, and a rent in London. Anno 16.

195. Matilda de la More, and Robert de Litlebury. Premises in Hampton a la Wyke.—Middlesex and Surrey.— Anno 17.

247. Brother William de Tothale, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, and Joan, widow of Robert de Grey. Two parts of the manor of Sobynton, also a third part of the same manor, which Joan, widow of Thomas Valoynes, held in dower, and also the manors of . . . . . . . . ., Hampton juxta Kyngeston, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders). Anno 21.

254. Brother William de Tothale, prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, and Joan, widow of Robert de Grey. The manor of Reynham, in the county of Essex, the manor of Hampton, in the county of Middlesex, and two parts of the manor of Sobynton, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 28.

218. Edmund de Berners, and Amice, his wife, and Roger de Berners, and John de Neville. The manor of Ikelyngham, and the advowson of the church of the same manor, in the county of Suffolk, and the manor of Iseldon, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders). Anno 31.

311. William de Brok, the younger, Matilda, Cecilia, Margery, Alice, and Margaret, sisters of the same William, and William de Brok, the elder, and Agnes, his wife. Two parts of the manor of Haldeneby, in the county of Northampton, and the manor of Hillyngdon, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders). Anno 33.

314. Robert de Aspale, and John Birtecurte, and Matilda, his wife. Premises, with mill, in Hakeney, Isseldon, Shordich, and Totenham, in the county of Middlesex, and land in Hammes, in the county of Essex. Anno 34.

319. John de Dre . . . ., and Sir Richard de Wyndesore, knight. The manor of Stanewell, and the advowson of the church of the same manor, in the county of Middlesex, and the manor of Hakeburne, in the county of Berks. Endorsed, Nicholas, son of William de Wyndesore, puts in his claim. (Remainders). Anno 34.

332. Roger le Savage, and Joan, his wife, and Adam de Boxle, chaplain. Premises, with two mills, in Hendon, Brambelegh, Enefeld, and Stebbenhethe, in the county of Middlesex, and land in Tateregge, in the county of Hertford. Anno 31.

335. Robert de Wilmyndon, clerk, and Robert de Hauvill, and Margery, his wife. Premises, with a mill, in St. Mary Cray (Creye Beatæ Mariæ), Bokhurst, Eynesford, Orpinton, and Paulinescreye, in the county of Kent, and premises in Stebbenheth, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 35.

EDWARD I. Unknown Counties.

1. Stephen de Cheyndut, and Geoffrey de Jarpenvill, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Little Stanmere and Eggeswere, and also premises in Langeley and Cheyndut. Anno 1.

5. Adam de Stratton, and Richard de la Grave, and Clarice, his wife. Premises in Little Stanmere, Eggeswere, Kynggesbur', Yleford, Hendon, and Iduluestre. Anno 3.

8. Adam de Stratton, and Stephen de Cheyndut. Premises in Little Stanmere and Eggeswere. Anno 3.