Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 251-300

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Maskelyne. H. C. Maxwell Lyte, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 251-300', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII, (London, 1915) pp. 169-197. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/series2-vol2/pp169-197 [accessed 22 May 2024].

Maskelyne. H. C. Maxwell Lyte. "Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 251-300", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII, (London, 1915) 169-197. British History Online, accessed May 22, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/series2-vol2/pp169-197.

Maskelyne. Lyte, H. C. Maxwell. "Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 251-300", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII, (London, 1915). 169-197. British History Online. Web. 22 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/series2-vol2/pp169-197.

Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 251-300

251. JOHN SAVAGE.
Writ 26 March, 15 Henry VII; inquisition 22 October 16 Henry VII.
Long before his death he was seised of the under-mentioned manors, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed Thomas Percy, the elder, and Thomas Hervy thereof, to the intent (i) that they should grant the moiety of the manor of Hampreston and the advowson of the same to him and Margaret his wife, and the heirs of his body, with remainder after their decease in default of such issue to William Savage, chaplain, for life, with remainder to Richard Went and Elizabeth his wife, for the term of her life, with remainder after her decease to John Coke and Isabel his wife, for the term of her life, with remainder (1) as to a third part, with the advowson, to John Wroughton and Margaret his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to the heirs of her body, with remainder in default to John Percy and Avice his wife and Tristram Dillyngton and Joan his wife and the heirs of the bodies of the said Avice and Joan, with remainder in default to his own right heirs; (2) as to a moiety of the other two parts of the said moiety of the manor of Hampreston, with the advowson, to John Percy and Avice his wife and the heirs of the body of the said Avice, with remainder in default to John Wroughton and Margaret his wife and Tristram Dillyngton and Joan his wife, and the heirs of the bodies of the said Margaret and Joan, with remainder in default to his own right heirs; and (3) as to the residue of the said moiety of the said manor, with the advowson, to the said Tristram Dillyngton and Joan his wife and the heirs of the body of the said Joan, with remainder in default to John Wroughton and Margaret his wife and John Percy and Avice his wife, and the heirs of the bodies of the said Margaret and Avice with remainder in default to his own right heirs; and (ii) that they should grant all the remaining premises to him and the heirs of his body, with remainder to William Savage, chaplain, and the others, as above; with a provision in the said indentures specified that his said feoffees before making any estate of the said manors, &c., should grant an annuity of 20s. to the said John and Margaret, the like to the said John and Avice, and the like to the said Tristram and Joan, issuing therefrom, payable at Michaelmas and Easter equally, and that the said annuities should begin immediately after his decease, and should last during the whole life of the aforesaid William Savage, chaplain, and Elizabeth wife of Richard Went; for the making of which grant the said John and Margaret, John and Avice and Tristram and Joan gave him 20l., as by the same charters and indentures thereof made more fully appears.
He died 12 March last past. William Savage, chaplain, aged 40 and more, is his brother and heir. Cf. No. 349.
DORSET. Moieties of the manors of Hampreston, Long Kirchill and Farneham, and the alternate presentations to the churches of Hampreston and Long Kirchill; the manor of Hampreston, and the advowson of the church of the same, are held of Margaret, countess of Richmond, as of the manor of Canford, by service of half a knight’s fee for all service; it is worth 10l. yearly; the manor of Long Kirchill and the advowson of the church of the same manor are held of John Arundell, knight, by fealty and the rent of a rose at Midsummer yearly; it is worth 8l. 6s. 8d. yearly; the manor of Farneham is held of the earl of March, as of his manor of Cranbourne, by service of one fourth of a knight’s fee, for all service, and is worth 100s.
Four messuages, four gardens, 10a. pasture, in Shaftesbury, worth 18s. 4d., held of the abbess of Shaftesbury, by 8d. rent yearly, for all service.
Nine messuages, nine gardens, 16a. land and pasture and 6a. meadow, in Wymbourne Mynstre, worth 4l., held of the dean and canons of Wymbourne Mynstre by 20d. rent and suit of their court twice a year, for all service.
Three messuages, 20a. arable, 30a. pasture, 2a. wood, 8a. meadow, in Tarent Gundevile and Stubhampton, worth 5 marks, held of the said earl of March, as of his manor of Cranebourne, by fealty only for all service.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (8.) E. Series II. File 897(a). (10.)
252. WILLIAM ASSHEBY, esquire.
Writ 26 January, inquisition 29 April, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned manor, &c. and, being so seised, gave them to William Assheby, his son, and Agnes, his wife, and the heirs of William’s body, and they were and still are seised thereof accordingly, viz. he in tail and she in her demesne as of free tenement.
Date of death not stated. The same William Assheby, esquire, aged 30 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. No. 334.
DERBY. Manor of Chelardeston, ten messuages, a mill, 300a. land, 100a. meadow, 40s. quit rent (liberi redditus), in Chelardeston and Osmondeston, worth 20 marks, held of the king, as of the honour of Tutbury, by reason of his duchy of Lancaster, by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (9.)
253. RALPH NEVELL, earl of WESTMERLAND.
Writ of Mandamus, 7 February, inquisition 25 June, 15 Henry VII.
Long before his decease he was seised of the under-mentioned rent in fee, and, being so seised, by charter gave it to Ralph Nevyll his son and Edith his wife, to them and the heirs of Ralph’s body, with reversion in default to himself and his heirs; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee tail by the form of the gift, and had issue between them Ralph Nevell, now earl of Westmerland, still surviving; and the same Ralph Nevell, son of the said late earl afterwards died and the aforesaid Edith survived him, and was, and is still, solely seised thereof in her demesne as of free tenement by the form of the gift by survivorship; and the said late earl afterwards died, after whose death the reversion thereof descended to the said now earl as his cousin and heir.
He died 6 February, 14 Henry VII; the said now earl is his next heir, to wit son of Ralph Nevell, his son, and is aged 2 and more. Cf. Nos. 331-333, 348.
NORFOLK. Fee farm of 4l. 3s., of the fee farm of Ormesby, held of the king in chief.
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254. ELEANOR one of the daughters and heirs of ROBERT ROOS, knight.
Writ 10 February, 14 Henry VII; proof of age, 28 October, 15 Henry VII.
YORK. She was born at Bryghton and baptized in the parish church of Bubwyth the last day of September, 12 Henry VI, and was aged 55 the last day of September last; and this George Layburn, aged 78 and more, well remembers, because on the day of her birth one John Forder, fisherman, at Bryghton, in the water of Derwent, netted a big fish, of great length, with a head like a dog’s, &c.
Her lands of inheritance were in the wardship of John Tailboys the elder, esquire, by grant of the said late king.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (11.)
255. MARGERY PRUDE late the wife of WILLIAM PRUDE.
Writ 1 October, inquisition Saturday after All Hallows, 15 Henry VII.
One Walter Otho, late her husband, was seised of the under-mentioned manor and land in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed John Newboro, the younger, and Walter Cheverell, esquires, thereof, who were seised thereof accordingly in fee, and, being so seised, demised them to him and the said Margery for the term of their lives with remainder to his right heirs. The same Walter and Margaret were seised thereof accordingly in their demesne as of free tenement, and afterwards he died and she survived him and continued her possession by survivorship, and died so seised.
She died the last day but one of September last. Alice Bele, wife of Robert Bele, is daughter of the aforesaid Walter and Margery and next heir to the said manor and other the premises by reason of the remainder aforesaid, and is 40 years old and more.
DORSET. Manor of Westport, worth 40s., held of the prior of Christ Church, service unknown.
Divers lands and tenements in Podyngton, worth 33s. 4d., held of Roger Newboro, knight, by knight-service, as of the manor of Sutton in the said county.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (12.) E. Series II. File 896. (9.)
256. THOMAS DYNELEY, son and heir of EDWARD DYNELEY and SANCHEA his wife, late the wife of PETER CARVANELL, deceased, and cousin and heir of WILLIAM DYNELEY, viz. son of EDWARD, son of ROBERT, son of the said WILLIAM.
Writ 11 July, 15 Henry VII; proof of age, 26 October, 16 Henry VII.
OXFORD. He is aged 22 and more, and was born at ‘le legge’ of Caversham Park on the feast of the Assumption, 18 Edward IV, and baptized in the parish church of Caversham on that feast day; in which year there were great floods in those parts, &c.
His lands were in the wardship of the king’s cousin, Thomas, earl of Arundell, by the king’s grant.
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257. WILLIAM BIRMYNGHAM.
Writ wanting; inquisition 17 August, 15 Henry VII.
William Birmyngeham, knight, his father, was seised of the undermentioned manor and advowsons, and being so seised enfeoffed Thomas Erdyngton, knight, Thomas Litilton, knight, J.C.P., William Birmyngeham, named in the writ, Humphrey Jurdayn, clerk, and William Berkeley, esquire, thereof, to the use of himself and his heirs. They were seised thereof accordingly in fee, and afterwards, at the request of the said William Birmyngeham, knight, the said Thomas Erdyngton, Thomas Litilton and Humphrey Jurdayn enfeoffed William Newenham, esquire, Richard Danvers, esquire, John Aleyn and Thomas Aleyn, gentlemen, of the said manor and other the premises to the use aforesaid, by virtue of which feoffment the same William, Richard John and Thomas were seised of the said manor and other the premises in fee; and afterwards the said William Newenham and Richard Danvers died, and the said John and Thomas Aleyn survived them and continued their possession in four parts of the aforesaid manor and other the premises to the use aforesaid by survivorship; and the said William Birmyngeham, knight, died; and the said William Birmyngeham, named in the writ, afterwards died, seised of a fifth part of the manor aforesaid and other the premises; and the said John and Thomas Aleyn then were, and still are, seised of the whole residue of the manor aforesaid and other the premises in fee, to the use of the heirs of the said William Birmyngeham named in the writ.
The said William Birmyngeham, named in the writ, held the said fifth part of the manor aforesaid and other the premises, at his death, of Edward Sutton, knight, lord de Dudley, as of the castle of Dudley, by knight-service, viz. by eight knights’ fees and a half and a quarter part of a knight’s fee and the service called ‘Castell Ward,’ according to the rate of the said fifth part of the manor and other the premises; and the said John and Thomas Aleyn hold the residue of the manor aforesaid and other the premises of the said Edward, lord de Dudley, as of the said castle, by service of the residue of the aforesaid eight and three quarter fees and by the said service, according to the rate of the said four parts, as by a fine levied, 46 Henry III, between Roger Somery, querent, and William Birmyngeham, deforciant, of customs and services, more fully appears.
He died 7 June, 15 Henry VII. Edward Birmyngeham, is his cousin and heir, viz. son of Nicholas his son, and was aged 3 on the feast of St. Chad the bishop last before the taking of this inquisition. Cf. No. 484, 519, 528.
WARWICK. Manor of Birmyngeham and the advowsons of the church of Birmyngeham and of the free chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr there, worth 40l.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (15.) E. Series II. File 1115. Part V. (3.)
258. MAUD SEYNTLOWE late the wife of NICHOLAS SEYNTLOWE, esquire, formerly wife of JOHN WYKES.
Writ 1 October, inquisition 5 November, 15 Henry VII.
One Edward Langley, esquire, was seised of the under-mentioned manor and land, and, being so seised, by charter gave them to John Wykes and the said Maud then his wife, and John’s heirs; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee; and afterwards the said John died, after whose death the said Maud continued her possession and was seised thereof in her demesne as of free tenement and of such an estate thereof by survivorship died seised.
The said Maud Seyntlo died the last day but one of June, 14 Henry VII. Edmund Wykes is son and heir both of the said Maud and of the said John Wykes, and is aged 30 and more.
SOMERSET. Manor of Staunton Drewe, worth 7l., and 150a. pasture, 20a. meadow, 20a. arable, 20a. wood, in Westchelworth, worth 10 marks, held of the abbot of St. Mary of Keynsham, service unknown.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (16.) E. Series II. File 896 (15.)
259. EDWARD FOKEREY, gentleman.
Writ 20 January, inquisition Monday after Corpus Christi, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned messuages, &c. in Bokelond Baron, Over Nytherton, Nyther Nytherton, Stokyntynehede and Nytherton, and being so seised, by charter, 4 September, 15 Henry VII, gave them to Gregory Fokeray, his son and heir, who was and still is seised thereof accordingly in fee.
He was seised of the other under-mentioned messuages in Rammyston, &c., and being so seised, by charter, 12 January, 9 Henry VII, gave them to the said Gregory and Alice his wife, as her jointure, and to the heirs of Gregory on the said Alice begotten; they were seised thereof accordingly in their demesne as of fee tail and free tenement respectively, with reversion in default to Edward’s right heirs.
He died 2 January last. The said Gregory, aged 38 and more, is his son and heir.
DEVON. A messuage, 6a. garden, 100a. arable, 100a. furze and heath and marsh, 6a. wood, in Bokelond Baron, five messuages, 50a. land, 6a. garden, in Over Nytherton, as parcel of the said messuage of Bokelondbaron, and three messuages, 40a. land, 3a. garden, 1/2a. wood, and 5s. chief rent, in Nyther Nytherton, as parcel of the said messuage of Bokelondbaron, worth 4l., held of the prince, as of the manor of Brodenynche, by knight-service.
Two messuages, 40a. land, 3a. or 4a. garden in Nytherton, or Over Nytherton, worth 13s., held of the prior of Plympton by fealty only for all service.
A tenement, or a messuage, and 1a. land, in Stokyntynehede, worth 20d., held of John Speccote, as of the manor of Stoke by fealty only.
A messuage, 2a. garden, 1a. meadow, 40a. land, 12d. rent, in Rammyston, worth 20s., held of Edward Courteney, earl of Devon, as of the manor of Stankcombe, by fealty only, for all service.
Two messuages, 1a. garden, 20a. land, in Rymmyston, or Rymston, worth 10s., held of the prior of Plympton, by fealty only.
A messuage, 1/2a. garden, 20a. land, in Cuttewell, worth 8s., held of John Holbeme, as of his manor of Wodelond, by fealty only.
Six acres of land in Chedlengton, worth 2s., held of Margaret, countess of Richemond and Derby, by fealty only.
A tenement and garden in Newton Abbot, worth 10s., held of the abbot of Torr, as of the manor of Newton, by fealty only.
Four acres of land in Westeyngmouth, worth 2s., held of the bishop of Exeter, as of the borough of Teyngmouth aforesaid, by fealty only.
Four acres of land in Est Teyngmouth, worth 20d., held of Edward Courtenay, earl of Devon, as of the manor of Teyngmouth, aforesaid, by fealty only.
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260. RALPH CONSTABLE.
Writ of Mandamus, 2 November, inquisition 21 November, 16 Henry VII.
Long before his decease he, and one Anne his wife, were seised in fee, in her right, of the under-mentioned thirds, and, being so seised, had issue between them one John Constable; and afterwards she died and he continued his possession in his demesne as of free tenement by the curtesy, with reversion thereof expectant to the said John as her son and heir; he died so seised, when the premises descended to the said John. Cf. No. 86.
He died the last day but one of March, 13 Henry VII. The said John, aged 21 and more, is son and heir both of the said Ralph and of the said Anne.
LEICESTER. A third part of the manors of Bredon, Wilson, and Tong, Melton Moubray, Ketilby and Holwell, and a third part of twenty messuages, 1,000a. land, 200a. meadow, [100a.] pasture, 100a. wood and 9s. rent due at St. Martin in Winter and Whitsuntide equally, in Bredon, Wilson, Tong, Melton Mowbray, Ketilby, Holwell, Sowrby, Dalby and Tutbury; the third part of the said manors at Bredon, Wilson and Tong, and of the said lands &c. in Bredon, Wilson, Tong and Tutbury, worth 10l., held of the king, as of the honor of Tutbury, in the county aforesaid, parcel of the duchy of Lancaster, by knight service; the third part of the manors of Melton Mowbray, Ketilby and Holwell and of the lands, &c. there, worth 4l. 13s. 4d., held of Thomas, earl of Surrey, service unknown; the third part of the lands, &c. in Sowrby and Dalby, worth 40s., held of the king, as of the manor of Laycestre, parcel of the said duchy of Lancaster.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (18.) E. Series II. File 1115. Part VI. (6.)
261. JAMES WHITNEY, esquire.
Writ 10 August, 15 Henry VII; inquisition 27 October, 16 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned manors of Whiteney, Boughrede and Pencombe and land, &c. in Home Lacy and Fnoggesashe, in fee, and being so seised enfeoffed James Baskervile, knight, Simon Milborne, Walter Baskervile, James Scudamore, esquires, John Breynton, William Burghill, Richard Lynke, rector of the church of Staundon, and Simon Heryng, thereof; the said James Baskervile afterwards died, and the said Simon and the others survived him and were, and still are, seised thereof in fee.
James Baskervile, knight, Robert Vaughan of Hergest, Walter Baskervile, John Godeman of Hereford, and Rowland Blakeston, were seised of the under-mentioned manor of Ocle Pichard, &c., in fee, and being so seised, by charter, 3 March, 7 Henry VII, enfeoffed the said James, by the name of James Whiteney son of Robert Whiteney, esquire, and Blanch wife of the said James, daughter of Simon Milborne, esquire, thereof, to them and the heirs of their bodies between them begotten; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee tail, and had issue between them Robert Whiteney; and afterwards the said James died, and the said Blanch survived him and is seised of the said manor, &c. in fee tail by survivorship, by the form of the gift.
He died the last day of June last. Robert Whiteney aged 6 and more, is son and heir of him and of the said Blanch of their bodies begotten.
MARCHES OF WALES. Manor of Whiteney and the advowson of the church of St. Peter of Whiteney appurtenant to the said manor, worth 10l., held of Edward, duke of Buckingham, as of the castle and honor of Huntyngdon, service unknown.
Manor of Boughrede, worth five marks, held of the king by socage, viz. by service of 3d. yearly, for all service.
HEREFORD. Manor of Pencombe, worth 10l., held of the lord Bergenny, as of his lordship of Ewias Harold, service unknown.
Four messuages, 120a. meadow, 40a. pasture, in Home Lacy and Fnoggesasshe (sic), those in Home Lacy, worth 46s. 8d., held of the dean and chapter of St. Ethelbert of Hereford, service unknown, and those in Fnoggesasshe (sic), worth 20s., held of Thomas ap Harry, as of the manor of Eton Tregos, service unknown.
Manor of Ocle Pichard, worth 10l., held of John, lord Ferrers, as of the castle and honor of Webley, service unknown.
A messuage, 100a. land, 20a. meadow, in Kyngescaple; a messuage, 20a. land in Baisham; a toft, 16a. land in Brokhampton; a messuage 18a. land in Howcaple; worth 4 marks, held of Thomas, earl of Ormond, as of the castle of Kilpek, service unknown.
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262. WILLIAM PAULET, knight.
Writ of Amotus 16 November, 12 Henry VII; inquisition 28 October, 15 Henry VII.
William Poulet, knight, named in the writ, and one Elizabeth his wife, long before their death were seised of the under-mentioned manors and advowson, and of a hundred messuages, 1,000a. land, 300a. meadow, 500a. pasture, 500a. wood, and 10l. rent, in Thorne and the other under-mentioned places, in fee, and being so seised, by charter indented, 12 September, 3 Henry VII, gave them to Amyas (Amisio) Poulet, knight, his heirs and assigns, paying therefore yearly to them during their lives in survivorship 100l. by quarterly payments, by virtue of which grant the said Amyas was, seised thereof in fee.
He died 3 October, 7 Henry VII. The said Amyas, aged 40 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. Vol. I. Nos. 410-411.
DEVON. Manor of Halperton, worth 10l., held of the king, as of the honor of Gloucester, by service of 1/2 a knight’s fee.
Manor of Bukyngton Loges, worth 100s., held of John Carewe of Umberlegh, esquire, as of the manor of Womberlegh, service unknown.
Manor of Lodiswill, or Lodyswill, worth 20 marks, held of Piers Eggecomb, knight, as of the castle of Totness (Totton’), by 20s. rent, service unknown.
Manor and advowson of Ydesford, or Ydyfford, the manor worth 60s., held of Edward, earl of Devon, as of the honor of Plympton, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Thorne, worth 6s. 8d., held of John Stallynch in free socage.
Land, &c. in Legh Poulet, worth 40s., held of John Horsey, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Fayrewoke and Thurlegh, worth 6s. 8d., held of Humphrey Calwodeley in right of his wife, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Southlegh worth 6s. 8d., held of John Stallynche aforesaid, in free socage.
Land, &c. in Credy, worth 40s., held of John Carewe, lord of Shoggebroke, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Westhome, worth 6s. 8d., held of the prior of Plympton, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Newton St. Cyres (Sancti Cirici), worth 6s. 8d., held of Nicholas Kyrkeham, esquire, in free socage.
Land, &c. in Norton, worth 40s., held of the dean and chapter of St. Peter, Exeter, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Chaffecomb, worth 10s., held of the vicars of the collegiate church of Holy Cross of Crediton, in free socage.
Land, &c. in Stottefold in Aysshewater, worth 6s. 8d., held of Piers Eggecomb, knight, in right of his wife, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Ford in Chalmelegh, worth 5s., held of the said earl of Devon, as of the honor of Okehampton, by 1/30 of a knight’s fee.
Land, &c. in Uppecote, Yeo, or Yoe, and Pokemersshe in Maryonlegh, worth 20s., held of the prior of Bearliche, as of the manor of Marionlegh aforesaid, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Southmolton, worth 6s. 8d., held of the aforesaid countess (sic), as of the manor of Southmolton aforesaid, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Gorhuyshe and Scobchester, worth 4 marks, held of John Speke, knight, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Lymston, worth 13s. 4d., held of Thomas, marquess of Dorset, in right of his wife, as of the manor of Lymston, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Blakburgh, worth 3s. 4d., held of Henry Copleston, as of the manor of Buketon beside Budelegh, service unknown.
Land, &c. in Shoggebroke (struck out).
Land, &c. in Battysthorne, or Battyshorne, worth 4l., held of the aforesaid earl of Devon, as of the honor of Plympton, by knight service,
The rent of 10l. and the advowson of the church of Ydesford aforesaid are worth nothing above the same rent.
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263. HENRY HULL.
Writ 20 April, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 21 October, 15 Henry VII; a previous writ of diem clausit had miscarried.
Long before his death he was seised of the under-mentioned tenement in the occupation of Robert Chubbe, tenement called ‘Larkebere,’ cellars in Toppesam, land called ‘Sporebarne,’ messuages, &c. in St. Sidwell’s and land in Sylverton, in fee, and being so seised by charter long before his death, gave them to Richard, then bishop of Exeter, Thomas, marquess of Dorset, John Dynham, knight, lord of Careynham (sic), Amyas (Amisio) Powlette, knight, John Speke, and Robert Care, esquires, their heirs and assigns, during the life of Christine then his wife, who survives, for her use, and they were, and still are seised thereof accordingly in form aforesaid.
By his last will, 2 May, 1490, he gave the reversion of the tenements aforesaid after the decease of the said Christine, to Elizabeth, his daughter, in tail, with remainder in default to John Hulle, his brother in tail, with remainder in default to his own right heirs.
He was seised of the under-mentioned twenty messuages in Exeter in fee, and being so seised bequeathed them by the same last will to his said daughter Elizabeth, in tail, by the name of the residue of all his lands, &c. in Exeter and the suburbs, or elsewhere county Devon, whereof mention was not made in his charter of feoffment, with remainder in default of her issue to the said Christine, his wife, for life, with remainder to John Hulle, his brother, in tail, with remainder in default to his own right heirs.
The said Elizabeth died 12 April, 6 Henry VII without heir of her body begotten, after whose death the said Cristine entered upon the said lands and tenements and is now seised thereof, by virtue of the gift and bequest, in her demesne as of free tenement.
He died the last day but one of May, 5 Henry VII. The said John Hulle is his brother and heir, aged 40.
DEVON. A tenement in the city of Exeter, wherein Robert Chubbe then dwelt, worth 13s. 4d., held of the mayor of the city of Exeter in burgage, service unknown.
A tenement called ‘Larkebere’ and certain lands, meadows, leasowes (pasc’) and pastures thereto belonging, containing by estimation 20a., with a garden adjacent, lying without the south gate of the said city within the parishes of St. Leonard and the Holy Trinity, worth 60s., held of the provost (provesto) of Cambryge, service unknown.
Four cellars in Toppesam, worth 30s., held of Edward, earl of Devon, service unknown.
Thirty acres of land and pasture called ‘Sporebarne,’ in the parish of St. Michael of Hevytre, worth 12s., held of Giles Hylle, service unknown.
Three messuages, 20a. land, 10a. meadow, 30a. pasture, in the parish of St. Sidwell (Sancte Sativole) without the east gate of the said city, worth 33s., held of the mayor of the city of Exeter, service unknown.
Fifty acres land and pasture in Sylverton, worth 40s., held of John Wadham, knight, service unknown.
Twenty messuages in the city of Exeter, worth 6l. 19s. 6d., held of the mayor of the city of Exeter, service unknown.
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264. WILLIAM HUDDESFELD, knight.
Writ 20 June, 14 Henry VII.; inquisition 22 October, 15 Henry VII.
He died seised of the under-mentioned land, &c., in Honyton.
Peter, late bishop of Exeter, Robert Morton, clerk, Walter Courteney, esquire, and Robert Morton, were seised of the under-mentioned manor and advowson of Shyllyngford and the advowson of St. Mary Steps in fee, and being so seised, by charter indented, 24 April, 21 Edward IV, demised them to him, and Katharine, his wife, and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to William Mountagu, in tail, with remainder in default to William Fulford in tail, with remainder in default to George Rogers in tail, with remainder in default to his right heirs; they were seised thereof accordingly he in fee tail and she in her demesne as of free tenement; and afterwards he died and she survived and is still so seised.
Walter Courteney, knight, and he were seised of the under-mentioned manors of Faryngdon and Widecomb in fee, and being so seised, by charter, 1 November, 8 Henry VII, gave them to John Crocker and John Byconell, knights, Thomas Austell, John Fulford, William Ibnour, clerks, John Eston, Roger Fytz and Nicholas Prous, and their heirs, viz. concerning the manor of Wydecombe to the use of the said Katharine for life; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee, and are still so seised.
Long before his death he was seised of the under-mentioned manor, borough and hundred of Whitherigge in fee, and being so seised, by charter 20 October, 6 Henry VII, gave it to John Byconell, knight, John Fulford, clerk, Thomas Coterell, esquire, John Kyrton, Roger Fitz and Nicholas Prous, who by virtue of that feoffment were and still are seised thereof in fee.
By charter, 21 February, 20 Edward IV, he gave Robert Alder, for his good service, 40s. rent from all his land, &c. in Faryngdon and Widecomb for life by quarterly payments, by virtue whereof the said Robert was and still is seised of the said rent in his demesne as of free tenement.
Similarly by charter, the last day but one of September, 3 Henry VII, he gave the said Robert 13s. 4d. rent for life at Easter and Michaelmas equally by virtue of which grant the said Robert was and is possessed thereof by payment of 1d. in recognition of the said rent.
He died Sunday before Midsummer last. Katharine wife of Edmund Carewe, knight, and Elizabeth Huddesfeld, are his daughters and heirs, aged 21 and more and 17 and more respectively.
DEVON. Seven messuages, seven gardens, 8a. land, in Honyton, worth 20s., held of William Courteney, knight, as of the manor of Honyton, in free socage.
Manor of Shyllyngford with the advowsons of the churches of Shyllyngford and St. Mary Steps (de gradibus) in Exeter, held of John Speke, knight, as of the manor of Bramford Speke, by knight-service; the manor is worth 10 marks, the advowsons are full and worth nothing yearly.
Manor of Faryngdon, worth 5l., held of the same John Speke, knight, as of his manor aforesaid, by knight-service.
Manor of Widecomb, or Wydecomb, ‘in the More,’ worth 8 marks, held of Edward, earl of Devon, as of the honor of Plympton, by knight-service.
Manor, borough and hundred of Whitherigge, worth 10l., held of the lady Elizabeth, queen of England, as of the honor of Mershewode, by knight-service,
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265. ROBERT WHITYNG.
Writ 12 September, inquisition 26 January, 16 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned land in Sydbury in fee tail, and, being so seised, by charter, the last day but one of September, 5 Henry VII, enfeoffed John More, John Kyrham, Thomas Coterell, John Gilberd, William Walrond, Nicholas Knyght, clerk, John Kyrton, Nicholas Prous, Peter Meryfeld and John Walrond thereof; by virtue of which feoffment they were and still are seised thereof in fee.
He died 9 September last, seised of the other under-mentioned land, &c. in fee tail. Christopher Whityng, aged 28 and more, is his son and heir.
DEVON. Three messuages, 200a. land, 20a. meadow, 20a. wood, 7s. 4d. rent, in Wonford, worth 40s., held of the prince, as of the honor of Bradnynche, by knight-service.
Four messuages, 320a. land, 20a. meadow, 8a. wood, in More Ryngswill, worth 20s., held of John Speke, knight, as of the manor of Branford Speke, by fealty only, for all service.
Manor of Prodomsisle, worth 10l., held of the bishop of Exeter, by fealty only, for all service.
Twelve messuages, 1,000a. land, 100a. meadow, 200a. furze and heath, and 10s. rent in Upton Prodom alias Payhembury, worth 10l., held of Edward Courteney, earl of Devon, as of the honor of Okhampton, service unknown.
Forty acres of land, 4a. wood, in Catishay, worth 5s., held of Thomas, marquess of Dorset, by fealty only, for all service.
One hundred acres of land, 8a. meadow, in Luttokishele, worth 20s., held of the prior of St. Nicholas of Exeter, by fealty only, for all service.
A messuage, a garden and 2a. land, in Honyton, worth 20s., held of William Courteney, knight, as of the manor of Honyton, by fealty only, for all service.
A messuage, 200a. land, 10a. meadow, 4a. wood, in Cokyng Hays, worth 20s., held of Alice Bonvyle, widow, by fealty only, for all service.
One hundred acres of land, 4a. meadow, 20a. furze and heath, and 3s. rent, in Sydbury, worth 20s., held of the dean and chapter of the cathedral church of St. Peter of Exeter, by fealty only, for all service.
Manor of Wode, worth 10 marks, held of William Courteney, knight, as of the manor of Cadley, by fealty only, for all service.
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266. JOHN BONVYLE, esquire.
Writ 12 May, 14 Henry VII.; inquisition 26 October, 15 Henry VII, after the death of John Bonevyle, of Come Wraghlegh, esquire.
William, lord Bonvyle, knight, was seised of the under-mentioned manor of Lytylmodbery, and land in Wyndesore thereto belonging, in fee, and, being so seised, by charter gave them to Roger Bekansawe, Roger Fabell, clerks, and William Waller, for the term of his life with remainder to John Bonvyle, son of Isabel (Esabelle) Kyrkeby, and Alice daughter of William Denys, esquire, and Joan, his wife, and the heirs of the bodies of the said John and Alice; they were seised thereof accordingly during his life, and afterwards he died, and the said John and Alice entered thereon, as upon their remainder, by virtue of the grant aforesaid, and were seised thereof in fee tail; and afterwards the said John Bonvyle died so seised and the said Alice survived him and is still so seised.
He was seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in Ivebrigge and Herfford, and manor of Mewy, in fee, and being so seised gave them by charter to John Kirkham, John More, Maurice More, Richard Kyrkeby, Robert Chachepole, Robert Jurdayne and Nicholas Yerde, for the term of the life of his wife Alice, and to her use, after his death; they were seised thereof accordingly, and afterwards the said Richard Kyrkeby, Robert Cachepull and Robert Jurdayn died, and the said John Kyrkeham and the others survived and are still seised thereof, after his death, to the use of the said Alice, in fee.
He died seised of the under-mentioned rent in Wauensydenham in fee, which thereupon descended to his son and heir.
He died Tuesday before the Ascension last. John Bonvyle, aged 21 and more, is his son and heir.
DEVON. Manor of Lytylmodbery, or Litilmodbery, a messuage, 100a. land, 20a. meadow, 10a. wood, in Wyndesore, or Wynsore, worth 20l., held of Thomas, marquess of Dorset, service unknown.
A capital messuage, 500a. land, 200a. wood, 300a. furze and heath, 6d. rent and a mill, in Ivebrigge, worth 6 marks, held of the heirs of William Stonour, knight, as of the manor of Ermyngton, by fealty, and 10s. rent, for all service.
Four messuages, 100a. land, 10a. furze and heath, in Stowford, in the parish of Herfford, worth 20s., held of John Hyll, esquire, as of the manor of Herfford, by fealty and 8s. 10d. rent, for all service.
Manor of Mewy.
Thirty shillings rent in Wauensydenham issuing from certain messuages and lands in Wauensydenham aforesaid.
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267. JOAN RICHEMOND, widow.
Writ 4 June., 14 Henry VII.; inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
One John Copleston was seised of the under-mentioned messuages, &c. in fee, and being so seised by charter indented, 19 January, 24 Henry VI, demised them to Thomas Herle, bastard son of John Herle, knight, and to the said Joan, daughter of John Germyn, of Exeter, then his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to the heirs of the body of the said Thomas Herle, the bastard, by virtue of which demise the said Thomas and Joan were seised thereof in fee tail; and afterwards the said Thomas Herle died without issue and the said Joan survived him; and afterwards the said John Copleston, by another charter, 11 December, 32 Henry VI, gave the reversion thereof expectant upon her decease to one John Bury, of Colaton, in tail male; by virtue of which grant the said Joan, then tenant thereof, attorned to the said John Bury of Colaton at Exeter by payment of 1d., by virtue whereof he was seised of the reversion aforesaid as of fee and right; and afterwards the said John Bury died.
She died, seised as aforesaid, 20 May last; and after her death William Bury, as cousin and heir male of the said John Bury of Colaton, viz. son of John son of the said John Bury of Colaton, entered upon the premises and was thereof seised in his demesne as of fee tail by the form of the gift, and is still so seised. The said William is aged 40 and more.
DEVON. Nineteen messuages, a stable with curtilage adjacent, in the city of Exeter, between the tenement of Thomas Garnesey on the east and south and the street (regiam stratam) on the north and west, and eleven gardens there, held, with the exception of one messuage and one garden adjacent, of the dean and chapter of the cathedral church of St. Peter of Exeter, by 12d. rent at Michaelmas yearly, for all service, and they are worth 10 marks; the aforesaid messuage and garden, above excepted, are held of the prior of St. Nicholas of Exeter, by 5s. rent yearly for all service, and are worth 4 marks yearly.
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268. JOHN MATHEWE.
Writ 8 February, 14 Henry VII.; inquisition 9 October, 15 Henry VII.
The said John Mathew died 6 February, 14 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned messuages in fee. Robert Mathew, aged 26, is his son and heir. Cf. No. 297, 319.
LONDON. Nine messuages in the parishes of St. Martin le Organs (sic) and St. Michael in Crokydlane, in the wards of Temmysstrete and Canwyk Strete, worth 16l. 6s. 4d., held of the king in free burgage, as the whole city is held.
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269. MARGARET HOLCOMBE.
Writ 16 April, 14 Henry VII; inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
She died 7 April last, seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in fee. Charles Holcombe, aged 26 and more, is her son and heir.
DEVON. Third part of a messuage and the third part of 300a. land, 12a. meadow, and 4a. wood, in Blakepole, worth 4 marks, held of John Boughser, knight, as of the manor of Warkeley, by 16d. rent yearly and suit of court there for all service.
Third part of a burgage in Southmolton, worth 5s., held of Margaret, countess of Rechemond, as of her borough (burgagio) of Southmolton aforesaid, in free socage.
A burgage in Barstaple, worth 4s., held of the prior of St. Nicholas in Barstaple aforesaid, in free socage.
Third part of two tenements in Wetherigge, or Wetherygge, worth 13s. 4d., held of the heirs of William Huddisfild, knight, in free socage.
A tenement in Bramscombe, or Branscombe, worth 40s., held of the dean and chapter of the cathedral church of St. Peter of Exeter, in free socage.
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270. THOMAS COTTON.
Writ 4 August, 14 Henry VII; inquisition the last day of June, 15 Henry VII.
William Alnewike, late bishop of Norwich, William Philip, knight, Nicholas Wymbyssh, clerk, Thomas Sutton, of Milton, esquire, Richard Heighway, clerk, and William Weldon, of Welden, were seised of the undermentioned manor in fee, and held it of King Henry VI in chief, by what services the jurors know not, and being so seised, by charter, 11 December, 15 Henry VI, the said king’s licence having been previously obtained, demised it to one Walter Cotton for life, with remainder to William Cotton, his son, and Alice, William’s wife, for life, with remainder to the heirs of William’s body; by virtue of which demise the same Walter was seised of the said manor in his demesne as of free tenement, and died so seised; after whose death the said William and Alice entered and were seised thereof in their demesnes as of fee tail and free tenement respectively; and they being so seised, the said William had issue the said Thomas Cotton, and died, and the said Alice survived him and was solely seised, as aforesaid, by survivorship; and after death of the said William the remainder descended to the said Thomas as son and heir of William of his body begotten; and afterwards, after William’s death, the said Thomas Cotton, by charter, 18 April, 6 Edward IV, gave the reversion of the said manor expectant upon the death of the said Alice, to Edmund Rede, knight, John Broughton, the younger, John Clopton, Thomas Peyton, esquires, Thomas Heigham, Thomas Cotton, the elder, Thomas Heigham, the younger, John Blenerhaiset, Robert Harleston and Clement Heigham, their heirs and assigns; by pretext of which grant the said Alice, then tenant, attorned; and afterwards the said Alice died seised of such an estate thereof, after whose death the said Edmund and the others entered, and were seised thereof in fee; and, being so seised, they had pardon, by letters patent, 5 December, 13 Edward IV, by the names of Edmund Rede, knight, &c., tenants of the lordships, or manors, of Ixenyng, co. Suffolk, and of the lands &c. in Ixenyng to the said lordships, or manors, belonging, of all gifts, &c., of lands held in chief before 30 September, 11 Edward IV; and afterwards the survivors of them, viz. John Blenerhaiset and Clement Heigham, being seised of the said manor in fee by survivorship, suffered a recovery of it, upon a writ sued, 3 June, 13 Henry VII, returnable in the quinzaine of Trinity following, to Gilbert Talbot, Philip Calthorp, Henry Marney and Robert Peyton, knights, Richard Heigham, John Yaxlee, Thomas Frowike, Serjeants at law, William Clere, William Jenney, William Mordaunt and John Heigham, by pretext whereof the said Gilbert and the others were, and still are, seised of the said manor in fee.
He died the last day of July last. Robert Cotton aged 22 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. No. 301 and Patent Roll Cal. 1436–1441, p. 31.
SUFFOLK. Manor of Ixenyng, called ‘Cotons Maner,’ worth 20l.
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271. JOHN ASSHEFELD, gentleman.
Writ 11 February, inquisition 20 June, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned manor and advowson, and tenement called ‘Maysteres,’ in fee, and being so seised, by charter, 28 August, 6 Henry VII, gave them to Henry Wentworth and William Fyndern, knights, William Walgrave, Roger Wentworth, Robert Drury, John Garnysshe, and Roger Rukwode, esquires, John Constabull, clerk, and Nicholas Ippesworth, clerk, their heirs and assigns, to the use of Margaret Asshefeld, his wife, for life, and they were seised thereof accordingly in fee; afterwards by his last will he directed that she should take the profits thereof yearly during her life, and if it happened her to die within ten years after his own decease the profits thereof should be taken by his executors from her death to the end of the said term of ten years for the promotion and marriage, to their best ability, of his daughters.
He was seised of the under-mentioned tenements called ‘Bresworth,’ ‘Mikilfeld,’ ‘Nicolles’ and ‘Thoroldes’ in fee, and being so seised, by charter 1 December, 15 Henry VII, enfeoffed Robert Broughton and Roger Wentworth, knights, William Cheyne, Edmund Rukwode, and John Higham, esquires, and Nicholas Zepyswiche, clerk, thereof, for the performance of his last will, and they were seised thereof accordingly in fee.
He was seised of the other under-mentioned tenements in fee, and being so seised, by charter, 5 December, 15 Henry VII, enfeoffed Robert Broughton, knight, Richard Wentworthe, Henry Wentworth, the elder, William Cheyne, George Walgrave, Giles Alyngton, John Garnysshe, Edmund Rukwode, and John Higham, esquires, and Nicholas Zepiswiche, clerk, thereof, for the performance of his last will, and they were seised thereof accordingly in fee.
By his last will he directed that the issues and profits of all his land, &c. in Hepworth, Hunterston, Great and Little Asshefeld, Stanton and Langham for the term of eighteen years from his death should be received by his executors for the payment of his debts, the marriage of his daughters, and for the exhibition at school or in other honest manner at their discretion of Francis and Edmund his sons till they came to the age of eighteen; and that when the said Francis came to that age the feoffees of his land, &c. in Hunterston Asshefeld and Langham should grant him by charter an annuity of 26s. 8d. therefrom for life, with clause of distraint; and if George, brother of the said Francis, died without issue so that his inheritance came to the said Francis, that then the said annuity should cease and be disposed by his executors towards the marriage of his said daughters during the said term of eighteen years; and when the said Edmund his son came to the said age, that the feoffees of his land in Hunterston and Asshefeld should grant him by charter an annuity of 53s. 4d. therefrom for life, with clause of distraint, but if he died within the said term the said annuity should be disposed by his executors, as above; further be willed that all his said land, &c. in Hepworth and land, &c. called ‘Breseworthe’ should be sold by his executors for the marriage of his said daughters.
He died 11 January last. George Asshefeld, aged 14 and more, is his son and heir.
SUFFOLK. Manor and advowson of Stowelangtoft, and a tenement called ‘Maysteres’ or ‘Masteres,’ in Ixworth, worth 12l., held of the abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, service unknown.
A tenement called ‘Bresworth,’ ‘Breseworthe’ or ‘Brysseworthes,’ in Great and Little (Magna and Parva) Asshefeld, and three tenements in Hepworth and Stanton called ‘Mikilfeld,’ ‘Nicolles’ and ‘Thoroldes,’ worth 60s., held of the said abbot, service unknown.
Two tenements called ‘Thoroldes’ and ‘Trouces’ in Hunterston, a tenement called ‘Johnys le Man’ in Langham, and 100a. land, 100a. pasture, in Hunterston, Great and Little (Magna and Parva) Asshefeld and Langham, worth 4l., held of the said abbot, service unknown.
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272. JOHN ASSHEFELD, gentleman.
Writ 11 February, inquisition 20 June, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised in fee of the under-mentioned land, late of John Asshefeld his father, and being so seised, by charter, 14 December, 15 Henry VII, enfeoffed Robert Broughton and Robert Clere, knights, William Cheyne, Robert Cotton, John Coket, the elder, Robert Taylebouse, John Higham and Edmund Rukwode, esquires, and Robert Tasborow, merchant, thereof, for the performance of his last will.
By his last will he directed that the whole of the said land should be sold by his executors for the fulfilment of his will and the marriage of his daughters.
Death and heir as in No. 271.
NORFOLK. Divers lands and tenements in Great Yarmouth (Magna Jernonuta) and Sowghton, called ‘Asshefeldes,’ worth 20s., held of Edmund, earl of Suffolk, service unknown.
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273. PETER BAWNFELD.
Writ 7 June, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 1 September, 15 Henry VII.
The said Peter Baunfeld, esquire, was seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in Hardyngton in fee, and being so seised, by charter 8 November, 35 Henry VI, enfeoffed William Carent, esquire, and John Attewater thereof, who by charter 14 February, 3 Edward IV, re-enfeoffed him and Mariona his wife thereof, to them and the heirs of their bodies begotten, with remainder in default to his right heirs. They were seised thereof accordingly in fee tail and he died so seised, and she survived him and continued her possession by survivorship.
He died 6 May last, seised of the under-mentioned land called ‘Dursley.’ John Baunfeld, aged 30 and more, is his son and heir.
SOMERSET. Three messuages, seven carucates of land, 100a. meadow, 40a. wood, in Hardyngton beside Hemmyngton, worth 12l., held of John Rodnay, knight, service unknown.
Certain lands called ‘Dursley,’ in Wanstrowe, worth 13s. 4d., held of the dean and chapter of Wells, service unknown.
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274. WILLIAM MAYNWARING.
Writ 3 May, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 3 February, 15 Henry VII.
He died 6 March, 14 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned manor, &c. in fee. George Maynwaryng, aged 50 and more, is his son and heir.
SALOP. Manor of Ightfeld, worth 10l., held of the king in chief, by service of 1/8 of a knight’s fee.
Fifty acres of pasture in Kempley, worth 50s., held of the earl of Shrewsbury in socage, viz. by 1/2d. for all service.
A messuage and 60a. land in Coton within the lordship of Weme, worth 4 marks, held in socage of the lord Dakurs, by 2d. rent, for all service.
A messuage and 20a. land in Losford, worth 16s., held in socage of the lord Fitzwaren, by 1d. rent.
Two messuages and 16a. land in Hodnet, worth 10s., held in socage of Richard Ludlowe, knight, by 2d. rent.
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275. HENRY OGAN.
Writ 6 September, inquisition 21 October, 15 Henry VII.
Emmot Milys daughter and heir of Elizabeth, late the wife of John Milys, and one of the daughters and heirs of Nicholas Wotton, was seised of the under-mentioned manor of Westrop and a third of the manor of Estbedwyn in fee tail, to her and the heirs of her body begotten, and being so seised took to husband the said Henry, whereby they were seised thereof in fee tail in her right, and being so seised they had issue between them Richard Ogan, and afterwards she died seised as aforesaid and he survived her and was seised thereof in his demesne as of free tenement by the curtesy.
The said Henry and Emmot were seised of the under-mentioned messuages in Fulleston, &c. in fee, in her right, and being so seised had issue the said Richard, and afterwards she died so seised and he survived her and was seised thereof in his demesne as of free tenement by the curtesy.
He died the last day of August last, seised of another third of the said manor of Estbedwyn in fee. Richard Ogan, aged 22 and more, is his son and heir and likewise son and heir of the said Emmot of the bodies of the said Henry and Emmot begotten. Cf. No. 789.
WILTS. Manor of Westrop, otherwise called the manor of Westhorp, otherwise called the manor of Westhorp and Hampton by Hyworth, worth 10l., held of the king in chief, by service of 1/20 of a knight’s fee.
Third part of the manor of Estbedwyn, worth 50s., held of the king in chief, by fealty only, for all service.
Nine messuages in Fulleston, Neuton, Chellyngton and Stowford, worth 40s., held of the abbess of Wilton, in right of her church, service unknown.
Another third part of the manor of Estbedwyn, worth 50s., held of the king in chief, by fealty, only for all service.
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276. HENRY OGAN.
Writ 6 September, inquisition 18 October, 15 Henry VII.
He died seised of the under-mentioned land &c. in fee.
Death and heir as in No. 275.
SOMERSET. A messuage, 40a. land, 40a. meadow, 20a. pasture, 1a. wood, in Knyghtisly, called ‘Ochardislond,’ worth 26s. 8d., held of Richard Neweton, esquire, service unknown.
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277. WILLIAM CHEYNE, esquire.
Commission 1 July, inquisition 17 July, 14 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 247.
SUSSEX. Manor, or tenement, of Legh alias Ligh.
Two hundred and fifty acres of marsh in Iden, each acre worth 6d.; 200a. pasture in Iden, each acre worth 4d.; 60a. wood in Iden, whereof 3a. can be yearly cut, and each acre so to be cut is worth 6s. 8d.; the said manor, or tenement, over and above the said marsh, pasture and wood, is worth 100s.
The reversion of 80a. marsh in ‘lez Crommes,’ called ‘Berugrange,’ in Bekle, whereof each acre is worth 3d. yearly.
The said manor, marsh, pasture, wood and reversion are not held of the king, but of whom, or by what service, they are held, the jurors know not.
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278. ANDREW CLEREBEK.
Writ 14 October, inquisition 12 October (sic) 15 Henry VII.
He died 12 September last seised of the under-mentioned third. Thomas Clerebeke, aged 30 and more, is his son and heir.
SUFFOLK. A third part of the manor of Clerebekes, worth 60s., held of the king in chief, as of the honor of Hatfeld Peverell, by service of 1/6 of a knight’s fee.
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279. ROGER CHEYNE.
Commission 1 July, inquisition 16 July, 14 Henry VII.
He died 16 March, 14 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned manor in fee, which thereupon descended to John Cheyne, his son and heir, which John, on the day of the taking of this inquisition, is aged 22 and more. The said John has not married since Roger’s death.
KENT. Manor of Cokeryde, worth 100s., held of the king in chief by service of 1/2 a knight’s fee.
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280. ROGER CHEYNE.
Commission 1 July, inquisition 17 July, 14 Henry VII.
SUSSEX. He held no lands. When he died, who is his heir, and whether that heir married after his death, the jurors know not.
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281. JOHN CHEYNE, knight.
Commission 1 July, inquisition 16 July, 14 Henry VII.
He died 30 May, 14 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned manors, &c. in fee, which thereupon descended to Francis Cheyne as his cousin and heir, viz. son of William Cheyne, his brother; which Francis, on the day of the taking of this inquisition, is aged 17 and more, and has not married since John’s death but was married before his death to one ——, daughter of John Brereton.
KENT. Manor, or tenement, of Solerhous, worth 40s., held of the king in chief by service of 1/30 of a knight’s fee, as of the castle of Dover.
Manors, or tenements, called Crawthorn, Pery and Kyngesmersshe, and 300a. land within the marsh of Romene, whereof each acre is worth 12d.; which manors, or tenements, over and above the said 300a. land, are worth 14l.; the said manors, or tenements, and the said 300a., are of the tenure of ‘gavelkynde,’ and are not held of the king, but of whom they are held, or by what services, the jurors know not.
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282. JOHN CHEYNE, knight.
Commission 1 July, inquisition 17 July, 14 Henry VII.
SUSSEX. He held no lands. When he died, who is his heir, and whether that heir married after his death, the jurors know not.
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283. ALICE MORGAN late the wife of WILLIAM MORGAN, esquire, and who before was the wife of WALTER TORNY, esquire.
Writ 8 October, inquisition 5 November, 15 Henry VII.
Nicholas Carant, late dean of Wells, John Estmond, and John Granelane were seised inter alia in fee of the under-mentioned land &c., and being so seised, by charter indented dated at Lolyngton on the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 2 Edward IV, enfeoffed the said Walter Torny and the said Alice, then his wife, thereof, to them and the heirs, of their bodies begotten; they had issue Elizabeth; and the said Walter died; and the said Alice was seised thereof in fee tail by survivorship; and afterwards the said Elizabeth took to husband one Peter Staunter who survives; and the said Peter and Elizabeth had issue John, who survives, of the age of 19 1/2 years; and the said Alice afterwards died so seised on the feast of St. Bartholomew, the Apostle, last; and the said John is next heir thereof by the form of the gift aforesaid.
What other lands the said Alice held in the county the day she died the jurors at present know not.
SOMERSET. Divers lands and tenements, meadows, leaseowes and pastures in Lolyngton and Rugge, worth 10 marks, those in Lollyngton held of the king in chief by knight service, and those in Rugge of William Seymour, esquire, service unknown.
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284. ALICE MOUNTAGUE, widow.
Writ 1 October, inquisition 26 October, 15 Henry VII.
John Fitzjames, the elder, Henry Ogan, and Thomas Montague, esquires, were seised of the undermentioned moieties of the manor and advowson of Brokeley in fee and, being so seised, by their charter indented granted them to the said Alice, by the name of Alice Pyke, late the wife of Thomas Pyke, for life, with remainder to John Pyke, the younger, her son, and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to John Pyke, the elder, his heirs and assigns for ever; she was seised thereof accordingly in her demesne as of free tenement and died so seised; and the said John Pyke, the younger, survived her, and is still living, and he entered upon the aforesaid moiety of the manor aforesaid after her death and is seised thereof in fee tail.
Robert Stowell, esquire, Nicholas Hall, esquire, John Porter and William Dodesham were seised of the undermentioned manor of ‘Pykes Asshe’ &c. in fee, and, being so seised, by their writing indented granted it to Thomas Pyke, son of Hugh Pyke, esquire, and to the said Alice, then wife of the said Thomas, to hold to them and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas, with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said Hugh Pyke; they were seised thereof accordingly, he in fee tail and she in her demesne as of free tenement; and being thus jointly seised he died, and she was seised thereof in her demesne as of free tenement by survivorship, by virtue of the grant.
Long before her decease, in her widowhood, she surrendered all her right in the said manor of ‘Pykes Asshe,’ &c. to the said John Pyke, the elder, son and heir of the said Thomas and cousin and heir of the said Hugh Pyke, by virtue of which surrender the said John Pyke was seised thereof in fee.
The said John Pyke, the elder, afterwards suffered a recovery of the said manor of ‘Pykes Asshe,’ &c. to the said John Pyke, the younger, under a writ brought in Michaelmas term, 12 Henry VII, Ro. ccxxxviii. by virtue of which recovery the said John Pyke, the younger, was seised thereof in fee, as appears by the exemplification under the seal of the Common Pleas.
She died on the day of St. Matthew, the Apostle, last. John Pyke, the elder, aged 60, is her son and heir, viz. son and heir of the said Thomas and Alice Pyke.
SOMERSET. Moiety of the manor of Brokeley, and the alternate presentation of the church of Brokeley, with land, &c. in the parish of Brokeley, worth 11 marks, 6s. 8d., held of Dame Katharine Hastynges, service unknown.
Manor of Pykes Asshe, one toft, one carucate of land, 20a. meadow and pasture, in Milton and Loxhyll, worth 27l., held of Margaret, countess of Rechemond, as of the manor of Martok, service unknown.
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285. JOHN NEWBRUGH.
Writ of Amotus, 8 February, 14 Henry VII; inquisition Saturday after All Hallows, 15 Henry VII.
John Newboro, esquire, named in the writ, held no lands at his death; but Roger, abbot of Cerne, William, abbot of Myddelton, John Turbervile, Roger Newboro and Maurice Barowgh, knights, and Thomas Bulkley, were seised of the under-mentioned manors in fee, and being so seised, by charter 13 March, 12 Henry VII, demised them to Isabel Malett, now the wife of Thomas Malett, esquire, late the wife of the said John Newboro, esquire, now deceased, by the name of Isabel Newboro, late (sic) the wife of John Newboro, the elder, of Tonnerspedyll, for the term of her life, and she was seised thereof accordingly in her demesne as of free tenement.
The said John Newboro died 1 March, 13 Henry VII. Roger Newboro, knight, aged 40 and more, is his cousin and heir.
DORSET. Manor of. Tonnerspedyll, worth 10l., held of Nicholas Latemer, knight, as of the manor of Douche (sic), service unknown.
Manor of Warmewell, worth 10 marks, held of Roger Newboro, knight, service unknown.
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286. ANDREW DYMMOK, the younger.
Writ, 23 July, 15 Henry VII; inquisition 20 November, 16 Henry VII.
He died 30 January last, solely seised in fee of the under-mentioned manors.
Thomas Dymmok, aged 3 and more, is his son and heir.
SURREY. Manor of Totyng Graveney, worth 16l., of whom held, or by what service, the jurors know not.
Manor of Waleton, extending in Norbeton, Ewell and Combe, worth 6l., held of the king in chief, by service of 1/4 of a knight’s fee.
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287. ANDREW DYMMOK, the younger.
Writ, 4 February, 15 Henry VII; inquisition 6 October, 16 Henry VII.
Thomas Fitz William, knight, Andrew Dymmok, the elder, esquire, Richard Godyng, gentleman, John Bondman, clerk, and John Pale, chaplain, were seised of all those lands, &c. in Leek, Leverton, Benyngton and Sybsey, which were of Thomas Dymmok, father of the said Andrew Dymmok, the younger, in fee, and being so seised, by charter 10 November, 11 Henry VII, gave them to the said Andrew Dymmok, the younger, and Dorothy, then his wife, for term of life of them and of either of them; they were seised thereof accordingly in their demesne as of free tenement, and the said Andrew the younger died so seised and the said Dorothy survived him, and was solely seised thereof in her demesne as of free tenement, and is still still so seised thereof, and has taken the issues and profits thereof from the time of the death of the said Andrew the younger to the day of the taking of this inquisition.
He died 30 January last, seised of the other under-mentioned land, &c. in fee. Thomas Dymmok, aged 3 and more, is his son and heir.
LINCOLN. A messuage, eight cottages, 40a. arable, 200a. pasture and 100a. marsh, Fryskeney, worth 40l., held of Robert Taylboys, knight, by 23s. 0 1/4d. rent, and suit of court.
Manor of Fulleby on the Hill (super Montem), four messuages, three cottages, seven bovates of arable, 40a. meadow, 100a. pasture, in Fulleby, worth 12l., whereof the manor, &c. and one of the cottages are held of the king in chief by knight service, another of the cottages of the warden of Tatershall College, in right of the same college, and the third of the cottages of Richard Hastynges, knight, service unknown.
Seven messuages and a croft in Consby, worth four marks, whereof four messuages are held of Margaret, countess of Richemond, as of the honor of Richemond, by 5s. 4d. rent, and suit of court, two messuages and a croft are held of Robert Dymmok, knight, by 4s. rent and suit of court, and the seventh messuage is held of the warden of Tatershall College, in right of the same college, by 15d. rent and suit of court.
Lands and tenements, formerly Thomas Dymmok’s, in Leek, Leverton, Benyngton and Sybsey, worth 10l., held of Margaret, countess of Richemond, as of the honor of Richemond.
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288. JOHN BUSSY, knight.
Writ 20 November, 14 Henry VII; inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
He died 20 February, 13 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned moiety of a manor in fee. Miles Bussy is his cousin and heir, viz. son of Hugh Bussy his son, and is of full age, viz. 21 and more.
DERBY. Moiety of the manor of Parke Hall, worth 5l., held of the bishop of Lincoln, by service of 1/5 of a knight’s fee, as in right of his church aforesaid.
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289. JOHN BUSSY, knight.
Writ 20 November, 14 Henry VII; inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 288.
NOTTS. Manor of Balderton, worth 8l., held of the bishop of Lincoln in chief, with its members and appurtenances, by service of one knight’s fee, and in right of his church of Lincoln.
Moiety of the manor of Knapthorp, worth 5l., held of the said bishop by service of 1/5 of a knight’s fee, as in right of his church aforesaid.
Manor of Wigisley, worth 40s., held of the said bishop in chief, by service of one knight’s fee.
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290. THOMAS BRUYN.
Writ of Amotus 9 November, inquisition 14 November, 15 Henry VII.
He died 27 April, 12 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned manors, &c. in fee, William Bruyn, aged 25 and more, is his son and heir.
HANTS. Manor, or lordship, of Fordyngbridge, worth 10 marks, held of Edmund, earl of Kent, by fealty only, for all service.
A messuage, 20a. land, 9a. meadow, 10a. pasture, called ‘Goddyshill,’ lying in the parish of Fordyngbridge, worth 13s. 4d., held of Thomas, earl of Arundell, by fealty only, for all service.
A messuage, 20a. land, 12a. meadow, 20a. pasture, in Candever, worth 10s., held of the abbot of the monastery of St. Peter of Hyde, service unknown.
Manor and advowson of Rowenere, worth 100s., held of the king, by fealty, and a rent to the king yearly of 40s. to the hands of the sheriff of the said county, on the feast of St. Martin in the winter, for all service.
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291. MARGARET FLEMYNG, late the wife of THOMAS FURTHOWE.
Writ 15 April, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 15 November, 15 Henry VII.
Thomas Furrtho, esquire, late the husband of the said Margaret, was seised of the under-mentioned manor, &c. in fee tail, by reason of divers gifts thereof to his ancestors made, whose heir of their body lawfully begotten by virtue of the gifts aforesaid he was, and being so seised by charter gave the said manor, &c. to Anthony Wodevyle, earl Ryvers, John Grey, knight, lord de Grey, by the name of John Grey de Wylton, esquire, Ralph Hastynges, William Catesby, Walter Mauntell, knights, William Catesby, Henry Mauntell, Thomas Mauntell, John Harvy, Roger Salesbury, Richard Boughton, William Hartewell, esquires, William Asheby, John Asheby, Richard Fitz John and Peter Fitz John, their heirs and assigns, to the use of himself and his heirs; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee to the use aforesaid and afterwards the said Thomas had issue William Furtho, and died; and the said earl and the others died and the said John Grey and William Hertwell, the survivors of them, being seised of the said manor, &c. by survivorship in fee, by their charter enfeoffed Edmund Brudenell, John Danvers, esquires, Robert Brudenell, the elder, Thomas Langston, Thomas Hertwell, of London, ‘draper,’ Thomas Hertwell, of Hertwell, and Robert Brudenell, the younger, thereof, to the use of the said William Furtho in tail, and they were, and at the time of the taking of this inquisition are seised of the said manor, &c. in fee, to the use aforesaid.
The said Margaret after the death of the said Thomas up to the day of her death took the issues and profits of the said manor, &c. by leave of the said feoffees.
She died 11 March last. William Furtho, aged 26 and more, is her son and heir.
NORTHAMPTON. Manor of Furtho, and a messuage and four virgates of land called ‘. . uwens,’ otherwise called ‘Fosters’ Furtho, held of the king, of the duchy of Lancaster, by fealty, but by what other services the jurors know not.
A messuage and a virgate of land in Pery, held of the king, as of the manor of Moreynde.
Four messuages, a toft and six virgates of land, in Cosgrave, held of Thomas, marquess of Dorset, service unknown.
A close of pasture in Old Stratford or Oldestratford, held of the said marquess by fealty.
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292. CHRISTOPHER MORESBY, knight.
Writ 30 July, 14 Henry VII; inquisition Thursday after Michaelmas, 15 Henry VII.
Long before his decease he was seised of the under-mentioned manors of Moresby, Distyngton, &c. with the advowson of Moresby, in fee, and being so seised enfeoffed John Johnson and Hugh Bowman, chaplains, and Thomas Mulcaster, thereof, by divers charters dated 11 June, 21 Edward IV, and 20 July, 13 Henry VII; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee and, being so seised, reenfeoffed the said Christopher and Elizabeth, his wife, who survives, thereof, to hold to them and the heirs of Christopher, as by divers charters, dated 13 June, 21 Edward IV, and 21 June, 13 Henry VII, more fully appears.
He died on the feast of St. James, the Apostle, last, seised of the under-mentioned castle, manors, moieties of manors, &c. in fee and seised in fee according to the custom of the manor of messuages in Penreth and Castell Soureby. Anne Pykeryng, aged 30 and more, is his daughter and heir.
CUMBERLAND. Castle and manor of Scaleby and a moiety of the manor of Houghton, held of the king in chief by payment to the king yearly for cornage at the exchequer of Carlisle, for the said castle, manor and moiety of a manor, 8s. 11 1/2d.; there are in the said castle and manor the site of the castle and forty-eight messuages, six score acres of demesne land, 80a. meadow, and they are worth nothing yearly beyond outgoings inasmuch as they lie next the parts of Scotland and are wasted by the Scots.
Moiety of the manor of Ricardby beside the city of Carlisle, with a meadow there called ‘le Staynholme’; there are in the said moiety four messuages each worth 2s., 20a. land whereof each is worth 2d., 10a. meadow whereof each is worth 6d., and 40a. pasture worth nothing yearly; the said moiety of the manor of Ricardby, with the said meadow called ‘Staynholme,’ is held of the bishop of Carlisle, as of his manor of Lyngstoke, by homage and fealty only, for all service.
Moiety of the manor of Kyrkelevynton; there are in the said moiety four messuages, 20a. land, 10a. meadow, and they are worth nothing yearly, for the cause aforesaid, because they are wasted by the Scots; the said moiety is held of the king in chief, by homage and fealty only, for all service.
Moiety of the manor of Rotheland; there are in the said moiety twenty messuages, 100a. land, 40a. meadow, and they are worth nothing beyond outgoings, because they are wasted by the Scots; the said moiety is held of the king, as of the duchy of Lancaster, service unknown.
Tho whole manor of Torpennow; there are in the said manor forty messuages, whereof each is worth 2s., 24a. meadow, whereof each is worth 8d.; the said manor of Torpennowe, entire, is held of Henry, earl of Northumberland, by homage and fealty only, for all service.
Manor of Newbygyng under (subtus) ‘le Fell,’ worth 13s. 4d., held of Thomas Wharton, service unknown.
Moiety of the manor of Solpard, sixteen messuages, four score acres of land, 14a. meadow, 100a. moor, worth nothing yearly beyond outgoings, because they lie near the parts of Scotland and are wasted by the Scots; the said moiety is held of the king, as of the duchy of Lancaster, service unknown.
Three messuages in Hetherforde, worth nothing yearly beyond outgoings, because they are wasted by the Scots, held of the king in chief by homage and fealty only, for all service.
Moiety of a messuage called ‘Morton’ beside Newlathes, in the parish of St. Mary, Carlisle, worth 2s., held of the prior of St. Mary, Carlisle, service unknown.
Moiety of a close called ‘Caldekeld,’ or ‘Caldkeld,’ in the same parish, worth 12d.; moiety of a messuage in Shadewyngayte, or Shadwyngate, beside Carlisle, worth 2s.; held of the prior of St. Mary, Carlisle, service unknown.
Moiety of a messuage in the city of Carlisle, in Castle Street (vico castri), a messuage with a waste garden (orto vast’) in the said city in Richard Street (vico Ricardi), a moiety of three gardens in the said city in Byrkensydvanell, and the moiety of a garden without Richard gate (portRicardi), worth 3s. 4d., held of the king in free burgage, according to the custom of the same city.
A rent of 4s. from a burgage formerly of John Warde, the elder, in the city of Carlisle, to be paid at Whitsuntide and St. Martin in the Winter, a rent of 3s. 4d. from a burgage of John Knoblowe, chaplain, in the same city, to be paid at the said feasts, a rent of 6s. 8d. from a burgage of William Kellet, in the said city, to be paid at the said feasts, and a rent of 2s. from a burgage of John Byres, in the said city to be paid at the said feasts; the said yearly rents are not held of the king, nor of any other.
Moiety of four closes without the walls of the city aforesaid, called ‘Thyrnby Closes,’ worth 6s.; the said closes, entire, are held of the king, by fealty and 2d. rent yearly, for all service.
Moiety of a tenement, or moiety of a messuage, in Bronnsketh, or Bronsketh, worth 2s., held of the bishop of Carlisle, as of his manor of Lynstok, service unknown.
Moiety of a tenement in Westlevynton, worth nothing beyond outgoings, because it is wasted by the Scots; it is held of the king, service unknown.
A certain yearly rent of 10s. issuing from the hamlet of Edardby, not held of the king or of any other.
Four messuages in Penreth, worth 6s. 8d.; the said four messuages, entire, are held of the king by the rod according to custom of his manor of Penreth.
Six messuages in Castell Soureby, worth 10s., held of the king similarly by the rod, according to the custom of his manor there.
Manors of Moresby, Distyngton, Culgayth, Kyrkland and Unthank, with the advowson of the church of Moresby, as though belonging to the same manor of Moresby, held of the prior of Haphey, service unknown; they are worth 20l.
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293. THOMAS ANDREW, the elder, esquire.
Writ of Amotus 26 August, inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed Richard Andrewe, his son, of the land in Echyngton, Draycote, Wyllyby, Grenborough, Dunchurch and Toft, by virtue whereof the same Richard was and still is seised thereof in fee; and enfeoffed Thomas Andrewe, the younger, his son, of the land in Napton, by virtue whereof the said Thomas, the younger, was, and still is, seised thereof in fee.
He died 15 November, 12 Henry VII. The said Thomas Andrewe, the younger, aged 30 and more, is his son and heir.
WARWICK. A messuage and three and a half virgates of land in Echyngton, worth 22s. 10d., held of Edward Odyngsell, esquire, as of his manor of Echyngton aforesaid, by fealty and 6s. rent yearly, for all service.
A messuage and a virgate of land in Draycote, worth 13s. 4d., held of the dean and chapter of the college of Newark, Leycestre, as of their manor of Draycote aforesaid, by fealty and 1d. rent yearly, for all service.
Another messuage and another virgate of land in Draycote.
A messuage and a virgate of land in Willyby, worth 20s. 8d., held of the president of the College of All Souls in Oxford, as of his manor of Willyby, by fealty and 1d. rent yearly, for all service.
A messuage and 4a. land, in Grenborough, worth 8s., held of the prior of Coventry, as of his manor of Grenborough aforesaid, by fealty and 1/2d. rent yearly, for all service.
A messuage and 60a. land, in Dunchurch and Toft, worth 25s., held of the earl of Kyldare, as of his manor of Dunchurch aforesaid, by fealty and the rent of 1lb. pepper yearly, for all service.
A messuage and 6a. land, in Napton, worth 6s. 8d., held of Thomas Hayton, as of his manor of Napton, by fealty and 4d. rent yearly, for all service.
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294. CHRISTOPHER MORESBY, knight.
Writ 30 July, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 16 October, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned manor of Wynanderwath in fee, and, being so seised, by charter, 12 August, 12 Henry VII, enfeoffed one John Burgham thereof, who, being seised thereof accordingly in fee, reenfeoffed the said Christopher and Elizabeth, his wife, thereof, to hold to them and the heirs of Christopher, as by his charter, 14 August, 12 Henry VII, more fully appears.
He died on the feast of St. James, the Apostle, last, seised of the other under-mentioned manor, &c. in fee.
His heir as in No. 292.
WESTMORELAND. Manor of Great (Magna) Askeby with the advowson of the parish church of Askeby, to the said manor appurtenant, worth 13s. 4d., held of Henry, lord de Clyfford, service unknown.
A tenement in Wynton, worth 3s. 4d., held of the said lord de Clyfford, service unknown.
Two tenements and a cottage, in Clyfton, worth 6s. 8d., held of Christopher Pykeryng, service unknown.
Manor of Wynanderwath, worth 40s., held of Henry, lord de Clyfford, service unknown.
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295. JOHN MALLERY, esquire.
Writ of Amotus 26 November, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 1 November, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned manors, &c. and, being so seised, enfeoffed Maurice Barkeley, knight, William Assheby, Geoffrey Sherrard, John Seyntandrewe, Thomas Danvers, esquires, Anthony Malary, and William Dumowe, clerk, thereof, who were seised thereof accordingly in fee for the performance of his last will; and afterwards the said Geoffrey, Thomas, and Anthony died, and the said Maurice and the others survived them, and were and still are seised thereof to the intent aforesaid.
He died Wednesday before St. Peter’s Chains, 4 Henry VII. John Mallary, aged 32 and more, is his son and heir.
LEICESTER. Manor of Walton on ‘le Wold,’ worth 20l., held of Thomas Hesilrig, esquire, service unknown.
A rent of 2s. in Walton aforesaid.
A rent of 5s. in Prestwold.
Manor of Southcroxton, three messuages, six bovates of land and 12d. rent, in Claxton, worth 11l., held of the lord Rose, as of the castle of Bever, service unknown.
A rent of 20s. in Baresby.
A rent of 2s. in Bagrave.
Three virgates of land in Burton on Wold; the said messuages and land in Burton aforesaid are held of Thomas Hasilrig, esquire, service unknown, and are worth 26s. 8d.
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296. WILLIAM PULTON.
Writ 6 November, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 2 November, 15 Henry VII.
The day he died he was seised of the under-mentioned land in Hardgrave with the advowson.
He and Emma, his wife, on the morrow of St. Martin, 9 Henry VII, before Thomas Bryan and his fellows, released to Giles Pulton, his son and heir, and to Katharine, Giles’ wife, and the heirs between them begotten, the under-mentioned land, &c. in Cransley and the grange called ‘Sundurlond.’
The said William Pulton, 2 May, 2 Richard III, gave and granted the under-mentioned manor of Kelmerche [to … . .].
He died the last day of October, 14 Henry VII. Giles Pulton, aged 24 and more, is his son and heir.
NORTHAMPTON. A half-virgate of land in Hardgrave, with the advowson of the church of Hardgrave, worth 3s. 4d., held of the prior of Cheksond, by socage.
Lands and tenements, with their appurtenances, leasowes and pastures, with a water-mill, in Cransley, worth 6l. 11s. 4d., held of the manor of Gedyngton, in burgage (in burgagium).
Another messuage in Cranseley aforesaid, worth 20s., held of the New College of Leycestre, by knight service.
The third part of a pasture called ‘Sundurlond’ worth 20s., held of Maurice Osborn, by knight service.
Manor of Kelmerche, called ‘Pulton Maner,’ with all its appurtenances in Kelmershe, worth 7l., held of Maurice Osborn by knight service.
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297. JOHN MATHEWE.
Writ 8 February, 14 Henry VII; inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
John Mathew, late alderman of London, was seised together with John Jakes and John Brugge, who are seised in fee to the use of the same John Mathew and his heirs and for the performance of his last will, of the undermentioned messuages, &c.
He died 5 February last. Robert Mathew, aged 27 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. Nos. 268, 319.
ESSEX. Five messuages in Berkyng and 2a. meadow there, worth 4l., held of the abbess of Berkyng [by] 4s. [rent] yearly.
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298. THOMAS SPILMAN.
Writ 8 May, 14 Henry VII; inquisition the last day but one of October, 15 Henry VII.
Thomas Spelman, named in the writ, died 16 April last, seised of the under-mentioned manors in fee tail. John Spelman, aged 9 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. No. 732.
NORFOLK. Manor of Charvelles in Bychamwell, worth 10 marks, held of Thomas Lovell, knight, as of his manor of Welhall in Bechamwell, by service of one knight’s fee.
Manor of Buryhall in Great Elyngham, worth 20 marks, held of the tenants of the manor formerly Fitzrauff in Elyngham aforesaid, by fealty and 13s. 4d. rent yearly.
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299. RICHARD NASSHE.
Writ 14 October, inquisition 30 October, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised for the term of his life of the under-mentioned land in Hadnam, which after his death ought to revert to William Dormer of West Wecome.
He was seised of the other under-mentioned lands in fee, and being so seised, by charter, 10 November, 10 Henry VII, enfeoffed John Latham, Thomas Sciewell, Henry Crowlond, Nicholas Daverez, John Condoloffe, Thomas Eveston and John Nashe, thereof, to the intent that they should perform his last will thereof.
He died 12 September last. Thomas Nashe, aged 40 and more, is his son and heir.
BUCKS. Forty acres of pasture in Bechenden, worth 10s., held of the lord de Hastyngys, by fealty and 12d. rent yearly, for all service.
Eighty acres of land in Wescote and Weddesdon, worth 4 marks, held of Hugh Conway, knight, by fealty and 4s. rent, for all service.
Seventeen acres of land in Bishopestone, or Bischopstone, worth 10s., held of John Verney, knight, by fealty and 12d. rent, for all service.
Two tenements, 30a. land, in Aylysbury, worth 4 marks, held of the lord of Aylysbury, as of his manor there, by fealty and 10s. rent, for all service.
One hundred acres in Hadham, worth 4 marks, held of the prior of Rochester, by fealty and 3s. rent, for all service.
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300. AGNES TRYE.
Writ 28 October, inquisition the last day but one of October, 15 Henry VII.
Thomas, late bishop of Salisbury, Richard Beauchamp, John Cheyny, Walter Hungerford, Roger Tocotes, knights, John Wroughton, Henry Longe, John Mompesson, Thomas Longe, Thomas Unwyn, John Bonham, esquires, John Hampton and Stephen Semer, were seised of the under-mentioned manor and land, &c. in fee and, being so seised, by their deed indented demised them to the said Agnes, by the name of Agnes Mompesson, widow, late the wife of Drew Mompesson, esquire, for the term of her life, with remainder after her decease to John Mompesson, son of the said Drew and Agnes, in tail, with remainder in default to Richard Mompesson, son of the said Drew and Agnes, in tail, with remainder in default to Christopher Mompesson in tail, with remainder in default to Mary and Margery Mompesson, daughters of the said Drew and Agnes in tail, with remainder in default to the right heirs of Agnes. She was seised thereof accordingly in her demesne as of free tenement, and died so seised, after whose death the said manor, &c. remained to the said John Mompesson by reason of the demise aforesaid.
She died 3 October last. The said John Mompesson, to whom the remainder of the said manor, &c. was made, is her son and heir, and is aged 21 and more.
WILTS. Manor of Hedyngton, three messuages, 40a. land, 200a. meadow, 300a. pasture, 40a. wood, 20s. rent in Hedyngton, Edyngton, Tynhyde, Couleston and Somerford Matravers, whereof:—
the said manor of Hedyngton and land, &c. in Hedyngton, worth 100s., held of John, abbot of the monastery of St. Edward of Letlee, co. Hants, by fealty only, for all service;
the said messuages, lands and tenements in Edyngton, Tynhyde and Couleston, worth 60s., held of the abbess of Romsey, by fealty and 14s. 2d. rent yearly, for all service;
the said messuages, lands and tenements in Somerford Matrevers, worth 20s., held of John Mompesson, esquire, by fealty and the rent of 7d. and 1lb. pepper, for all service.
C. Series II. Vol. 14. (58.)