Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 301-350

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1915.

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Maskelyne. H. C. Maxwell Lyte, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 301-350', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII, (London, 1915), pp. 197-223. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/series2-vol2/pp197-223 [accessed 24 June 2024].

Maskelyne. H. C. Maxwell Lyte. "Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 301-350", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII, (London, 1915) 197-223. British History Online, accessed June 24, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/series2-vol2/pp197-223.

Maskelyne. Lyte, H. C. Maxwell. "Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 301-350", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Series 2, Volume 2, Henry VII, (London, 1915). 197-223. British History Online. Web. 24 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/series2-vol2/pp197-223.

Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VII, Entries 301-350

301. THOMAS COTON, esquire.
Writ 3 September, inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
Thomas Rotheram, late bishop of Rochester, John Grene of Wedyngton, Thomas Sharp, Thomas Wenslowe, Stephen Sharp, John Hertelpole, Thomas Bettes, Thomas Beusay and John Rotheram, were seised of the under-mentioned manor and advowson, and, being so seised, gave them to Nicholas Sharp and Agnes his wife, for the term of their lives in survivorship, with remainder to Thomas Cotton, named in the writ, and Joan his wife, and the heirs of the same Joan of her body by the said Thomas begotten, with remainder, if she died without heir of her body by the said Thomas begotten, after the decease of the said Thomas, to the said Nicholas Sharp and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to Thomas Sharp, Christopher Sharp, esquire, Robert Sharp, Stephen Sharp, clerk, Christopher Alingyll, William Grene and Thomas Bouesay, their heirs and assigns for ever; by virtue of which the said Nicholas and Agnes were seised of the manor aforesaid in their demesne as of free tenement and died so seised, after whose death the said Thomas Cotton and Joan then his wife, entered upon the said manor and were thereof seised, viz. Joan in fee tail by the form of the gift and Thomas in his demesne as of free tenement; and afterwards the said Joan died so seised and the said Thomas survived her and was seised of the said manor in his demesne as of free tenement by survivorship, and died so seised.
He died the last day of July last. Robert Cotton, his son of the body of the said Joan by him the said Thomas begotten, is his next heir, and is aged 22 and more. Cf. No. 270.
ESSEX. Manor of Little (parva) Wygborugh, called ‘Coppydhall,’ with the advowson of the church of Little (parva) Wygborugh; the said manor is held of the king, as of the honor of Clare, not in chief, but in socage, viz., by fealty and 1d. rent yearly, for all service; it is worth 20 marks.
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302. WILLIAM MAROWE, esquire.
Writ 1 March, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 30 October, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, by charter gave them to Robert Throkmerton, esquire, Thomas Marowe, Thomas Riche, Thomas Essex, esquire, John Duklyng, John Mascall, William Smerte and William Dowman, their heirs and assigns, to the use of himself and his heirs, and the performance of his last will, and they were and still are seised thereof accordingly.
He willed and bequeathed inter alia that all the said land, &c. should be sold by Joan, his wife, Thomas Marowe and Thomas Riche, for the payment of his debts.
He died 20 March last past. Thomas Marowe, aged 6 and more, is his son and heir.
ESSEX. Ten messuages, 7a. wood, 100a. land, 40a. marsh, 20a. meadow, in Barkyng, worth 4l., held of the abbess of Barkyng, by fealty and 3s. 4d. rent.
Twenty acres of land in Dagnam.
Twenty messuages, 100a. land, 100a. pasture, 100a. heath, in Harfordstok, worth 6l. 6s. 8d., held of John Ferres, knight, by fealty and 4s. rent yearly.
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303. WILLIAM MALERY, knight.
Writ 20 August, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 4 November, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the undermentioned manors in fee, and, being so seised, gave them by charter to Stephen Hamerton, knight, for the performance of his last will.
He died 2 July, 14 Henry VII. John Malery, aged 26 and more, is his next heir.
YORK. Manor of Stodeley, worth 20 marks, held of Thomas, archbishop of York, by fealty and 2s. rent.
Manor of Hotton, worth 20l., held of Richard, bishop of Durham, by fealty only, worth 20l.
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304. WILLIAM RATCLYF.
Writ, 30 October, inquisition 4 November, 15 Henry VII.
One Miles Radclyff and the said William Radclyff of Rylleston in Craven, named in the writ, esquires, were seised of the under-mentioned manors in fee, and, being so seised, by their charter indented, 12 January, 8 Henry VII, gave them to Ranulph Pygot, Christopher Ward, knights, John Wandysford, esquire, John Ardyngton, William Radclyff, of Broughton in Craven, Walter Hawkesworth, the elder, John Vavasour, the younger, Robert Wyvell, of Rypon, esquire, Robert Norton, Robert Hawk, chaplain, Robert Frankland, and William Askwyth, ‘yoman,’ their heirs and assigns, for the performance of certain covenants specified in certain indentures, 10 November, 8 Henry VII, between John Norton, of Norton, of the one part, and the said Miles and William Radclyff, of the other, concerning the marriage had between John Norton, son and heir of the said John Norton, and Anne, daughter and heir of the said William Radcliff.
He died 30 January, 14 Henry VII. The said Anne, wife of the said John Norton, the younger, is his daughter and heir, aged 20 and more.
YORK. Manor of Rylleston in Craven, whereof one moiety is held of Henry, lord de Clyfford, by fealty only, for all service, and the other moiety of Agnes Danby, widow, as of her manor of Gargrave, by fealty only, for all service; the whole manor is worth 10l.
Manor of Threshefeld in Craven, worth 10 marks, held of Henry, earl of Northumberland, by fealty only, for all service.
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305. GEORGE LONGVYLE, esquire.
Writ 1 October, inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
He died 27 July last, seised in fee of the under-mentioned messuages, &c. which descended to Richard, his son and heir, who is aged 30 and more.
BUCKS. Five messuages, two cottages, 40a. land, in Stonystratford and Wolverton, worth 40s., held of John Longvile, knight, as of his manor of Wolverton, service unknown.
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306. JOHN HEVYNGHAM, knight.
Writ 7 April, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 3 November, 15 Henry VII.
The said John Hevenyngham, knight, held, the day he died, the under-mentioned manors, &c.
He died 20 March, 14 Henry VII. Thomas Hevenyngham, esquire, aged 50 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. Nos. 307, 383, 425, 527.
SUFFOLK. Manor of Hevenyngham, worth 20 marks, held of Thomas, earl of Surrey, service unknown.
Manor of Walpooll, worth 4l., held of the heirs of George Hopton, knight, service unknown.
Manor of Cokele, worth 10 marks, held of the earl of Suffolk, service unknown.
Manor of Ubeston, worth 20l. [tenure and] service unknown.
Manor of Aspaall Stonham, worth 10 marks, held of Thomas, earl of Surrey, service unknown.
Manor of Waughbergh, worth 4l., held of the earl of Kent, service unknown.
The third part of two knights’ fees in Welyngham and Elewe, held, as parcel of his manor of Little (parva) Totham, co. Essex, of the king, as of the honor of Hakenet; which third part Elizabeth Aslak, widow, who survives, holds; it is worth, when it happens, 5 marks yearly.
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307. JOHN HEVYNGHAM, knight.
Writ 7 April, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 3 November, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 306. Cf. Nos. 383, 425, 527.
NORFOLK. The third part of two knights’ fees in Garboldesham, held, as parcel of his manor of Little (parva) Totham, co. Essex, of the king, as of the honor of Hakenet; which third part John, earl of Oxford, who survives, holds; it is worth, when it happens, 5 marks yearly.
The third part of two knights’ fees in Langford, held, as parcel of the said manor of Little Totham, of the king, as of the honor of Hakenet; which third part Richard Methewolde, who survives, holds; it is worth, when it happens, 5 marks yearly.
Manor of Gyssyng, called ‘Gyssynges,’ worth 10 marks, held of George, earl of Kent, service unknown.
Manor of Reydon, called ‘Gessynghalle,’ worth 4l., held of the said George, earl of Kent, service unknown.
Manor of Sowth Walsham, called ‘Routhynghall,’ worth 10 marks, held of the duchess of Suffolk, as of the manor of Claxton, service unknown.
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308. JOHN DRURY, of Rougby (sic), esquire.
Writ 19 January, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 3 November, 15 Henry VII.
Thomas Drury, of Rougham, esquire, father of the said John, named in the writ, was seised of the under-mentioned manors of Netherplase and Lawneys and land, &c. in Rougham, &c., and, being so seised, enfeoffed Roger Drury, esquire, since deceased, and Robert Drury, knight, William Drury, esquire, John Aleyn, gentleman, John Bakon, of Heggesset, the elder, John Bakon, of the same, the younger, Thomas Bakon, Thomas Scole, clerk, and Robert Crask, clerk, who survive, thereof, for the performance of his last will, and they were seised thereof accordingly in fee.
By his last will the said Thomas directed that with the issues and profit of the said manors, &c. his debts should be paid; that Katharine, his wife, should have 14l. yearly for life, at Easter and Michaelmas equally therefrom, and 40s. so long as Elizabeth their daughter, and 40s. so long as Katharine their daughter, were single; that the said Elizabeth should, from the said profits, have 26l. 13s. 4d. to her marriage, provided that she married with her mother’s assent, and Katharine the daughter the like, with the like proviso.
The debts of the said Thomas are not yet paid, the said Katharine, the wife, still survives, and the said Katharine, the daughter, still survives, and is single.
The said Thomas Drury was seised of the under-mentioned moiety of the manor of Coulynge, land in Coulynge, manor of Weston, and land in Weston and Hopton, in fee, and, being so seised, gave them to the said John Drury, named in the writ, and Margaret, daughter of William Felton, to them and the heirs of John lawfully begotten, by pretext of which they were seised thereof, the said John in fee tail and the said Margaret in her demesne as of free tenement.
The said Thomas Drury died, 10 March, 2 Henry VII, and the said John, named in the writ, was then son and next heir of the same Thomas, and was then 24 years old and more.
The said John Drury, named in the writ, died 10 January, 14 Henry VII. John Drury, aged 2 and more, is his son and heir.
The said Margaret survives. Cf. No. 364.
SUFFOLK. Manors of Netherplase, or Nether Plas, and Lawneys, a messuage, 500a. land, 300a. pasture, 20a. wood, 12a. meadow, in Rougham, Monks Bradfeld (Bradfeld Monachorum), Thurston, Heggessete, or Heggessett, Tostoke, Bekton, Drenkston, Wolpett, or Wolpet, and Great (Magna) Berton by Bury St. Edmunds, worth 40 marks.
Moiety of the manor of Coulynge, 100a. land, 100a. pasture, 20a. wood, 10a. meadow, in Coulynge, and the manor of Weston, 100a. land, 40a. pasture, 10a. wood, 10a. meadow, in Weston and Hopton; the said manors of Weston and Hopton are worth 5l.; the moiety of the said manor of Coulynge and the other premises in Coulynge, are worth 5 marks.
All the said manors, &c. are held of the abbot of Bury St. Edmunds by knight service, as in right of his church.
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309. JAMES AUDELEY DE AUDELEY, knight.
Writ of Mandamus 6 December, 14 Henry VII; inquisition the last day but one of October, 15 Henry VII.
Guy Fairefaux, knight, and John Sulyard, knight, were seised of the under-mentioned manor and parts of a manor in fee, and, being so seised, by their deed indented gave the same to the said James and Joan, then his wife, viz. the said manor to the said James and Joan for the term of their lives in survivorship, with remainder to John Audeley, knight, then lord de Audeley, and his heirs for ever, and the said parts of a manor to the said James and Joan, and the heirs of the body of the said Joan by the said James begotten, with remainder in default of such issue to the said John Audeley, knight, lord de Audeley and his heirs for ever; by virtue of which gift the said James and Joan were seised of the said manor in their demesne as of free tenement and of the said parts of a manor he in his demesne as of free tenement and she in fee tail; he died so seised and she survived him and is still seised thereof.
He died 25 June, 12 Henry VII. John Audeley, aged 17 and more, is his son and heir. The said James had issue by the said Joan, his second wife, John Audeley, aged 9 and more.
HEREFORD. Manor of Monyngton on Wye (super Wayam), worth 20 marks, held of the honor of Hugh de Marinis, service unknown.
Two parts of the manor of Delwyn, worth 12l., held of the honor of Webley, service unknown.
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310. WILLIAM STROUDE, esquire.
Writ 1 October, inquisition Saturday before the Apostles Simon and Jude, 15 Henry VII.
William Strode, of Somerton, esquire, named in the writ, was seised of the under-mentioned parcel of land in Toller in fee, and died so seised, after whose death it descended to William, his son and heir.
One John Lyte, Thomas Lyte, John Dodyngton and John Gylys, were seised of the under-mentioned manor of Parham and land in Est Heuestoke in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed the said William Strode of Somerton and Alice his wife thereof, for the term of their lives, with remainder thereof to Thomas Strode, their son, in tail male, with remainder thereof to the right heirs of the said William Strode, of Somerton.
The said John and Thomas Lyte, John Dodyngton and John Gylys, were seised of the under-mentioned manors of Weste Heuestoke and Over and Nyther Wantyslegh in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed the said William and Alice thereof for the term of their lives, with remainder thereof to Thomas Strode, their son, for the term of his life, with remainder thereof after his death to the right heirs of the said William Strode, of Somerton.
One William Hody, knight, Hugh Poumfret, Thomas Strode and John Goune, clerk, were seised of the under-mentioned manors of Causey and Blackedowne in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed the said William and Alice thereof for the term of their lives, with remainder thereof to the right heirs of the said William Strode, of Somerton.
The said William Strode, of Somerton, died 14 September in the year above-said. William Strode, aged 40 and more, is his son and heir.
DORSET. A parcel of land in the lordship of Toller Porcorum, worth 12d., held of Nicholas Lyle, knight, service unknown.
Manor of Parham, 200a. land and pasture in Este Heuestoke, worth 4l., held of William Sturton, knight, as of his manor of Buckham in the said county, service unknown.
Manors of Weste Heuestoke, Over Wantyslegh, Nyther Wantislegh, Causey and Blackedowne, worth 10l., held of William Courteney, knight, as of his manor of Brode Wyndesore, service unknown.
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311. WILLIAM STROUDE, esquire.
Writ 1 October, inquisition 26 October, 15 Henry VII.
William Strode, late of Somerton, esquire, named in the writ, was seised of the under-mentioned manors of Myddelsowey and Inglestret in fee, and died so seised, after whose death they descended to William, son and heir of the said William Strode, of Somerton.
One William Hody, knight, Hugh Poumfret, Thomas Strode and John Goune, clerk, were seised of the under-mentioned manor of Puryfurneaux in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed the said William Strode, of Somerton, and Alice his wife, thereof, for the term of their life, with remainder thereof to the right heirs of the said William Strode, of Somerton.
One John Lyte, Thomas Lyte, John Dodyngton and John Gylys, were seised of the under-mentioned manor of Sherveton in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed the said William Strode, of Somerton, and Alice, his wife, thereof, for the term of their life, with remainder thereof to John Strode, the elder, their son, for life, with remainder thereof to the right heirs of the said William Strode, of Somerton.
The said John Lyte, Thomas Lyte, John Dodyngton, and John Gylys, were seised of the under-mentioned manor of Strengeston in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed the aforesaid William Strode, of Somerton, and Alice, his wife, thereof, for the term of their life, with remainder to John Strode, the younger, their son, for the term of his life, with remainder thereof to the right heirs of the said William Strode, of Somerton.
Death and heir as in No. 310.
SOMERSET. Manor of Myddelsowey, worth 5l., held of the abbot of Glastonbury, as of the manor of Weston, service unknown.
Manor of Inglestret, worth 26s. 8d., held of the dean and chapter Wellys, as of the manor of North Corry, service unknown.
Manor of Puryfurneaux, worth 10l., held of Mistress (magistra) Strangwiche, as of the manor of Compton Dando, service unknown.
Manor of Sherveton, worth 5 marks, held of Hugh Lutterell, knight, of the castle of Dounster, service unknown.
Manor of Strengeston, worth 4 marks, held of Richard Puddesey, knight, as of the manor of Stowey, service unknown.
C. Series II. Vol. 14 (69.) E. Series II. File 896. (1.)
312. GEORGE DALAMERE.
Writ 16 April, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 4 November, 15 Henry VII.
He held the day he died, jointly with Joan, his wife, who survives, to them and the heirs of their bodies, by the gift of Robert Constabill, Roger Ormeston and John Chaloner, the under-mentioned manor, as by a certain charter more fully appears.
He died 5 April last. John Dalamere is his son and heir, aged half a year and more.
BERKS. Manor of Chalowe, worth 8 marks, held of the king in chief.
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313. THOMAS RAMSEY, esquire.
Writ 11 October, inquisition the last day of October, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned manor in fee, and, being so seised, gave it to Thomas Danvers, Richard Danvers of Prescot, John Danvers of Culworth, John Danvers son of William Danvers, Thomas Langeston son of John Langeston, John Hampden, Edmund Hampden of Wodstoke, Edward Bulstrod, Edmund Ramsey and Abraham Sybyles, and their heirs, for the performance of his last will, whereby he willed that the said feoffees should give to Joan Court, his daughter, 40s. yearly to be received from the said manor for life, and that after her decease the said rent should revert to Thomas, his son and heir.
He died 3 October last. Thomas Ramsey, aged 28 and more, is his son and heir.
BERKS. Manor of West Ildesley, worth 6 marks, held of the king by reason of the duchy of his castle of Lancaster, by 1/4 knight’s fee.
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314. AMISIA MAUNTELL, widow.
Writ 6 July, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 4 November, 15 Henry VII.
One Thomas Hales, gentleman, was seised of the under-mentioned manor,&c. in fee, and, being so seised, by the name of Thomas Hales of Abendon, co. Berks, gentleman, by his charter indented, dated at Henley, 24 June, 8 Henry VII, demised them to her, by the name of Amisia Mauntell, widow, for the term of her life, with reversion to himself and his heirs; she was seised thereof accordingly in her demesne as of free tenement, and the said Thomas was seised of the said reversion as of fee and right.
She died 7 November next before the taking of this inquisition. John Lynde, of full age, viz. 21 and more, is her cousin and heir, viz. son of Thomas Lynde, her brother.
OXFORD. Manor of Fyllettes, seven messuages, 300a. land, 60a. meadow, 300a. pasture, 200a. wood and 4l. rent, in Henley on Thames and Asshenden in the parish of Byxbrond; which manor is situate between the Thames on the east, the park of the lord of Henley on the west, abuts northward on the meadow and park of Fulley which lie from the Thames to the common way, or street, which leads from Henley to Falley and beyond the said way, or street on the west of the said street abuts on the land formerly of Thomas Sakvyle now of Thomas Rokes up to another way called ‘Postretwaye’ and ‘Hawkeslade,’ and abuts southward on the town of Henley and on the way called ‘Asshenden Way’; the said manor, messuages, &c. are held of Arthur, duke of Cornwall, as of the honor of Walyngford, service unknown; they are worth yearly beyond outgoings, 20 marks.
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315. WILLIAM FYSSHER, esquire.
Writ of Amotus, 25 January, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 7 November, 15 Henry VII.
John Fysher, serjeant at law, Thomas Danvers, Morgan Kydwelly, William Rydale, esquires, Sir Richard Sothyk, chaplain, and John Fraunces, were seised of the under-mentioned manor, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, demised them to the said William Fysher for the term of his life, with remainder after his decease to William Ireland and the heirs male of his body; the said William Fysher was seised thereof accordingly in his demesne as free tenement, and died so seised, after whose death the said William Ireland entered thereon, as in his remainder, and was and still is seised thereof in fee tail by the form of the demise.
He died 29 September, 13 Henry VII. Henry Fysher, aged 20 and more, is his son and heir.
SURREY. Manor of Clopham, 1,000a. pasture, 200a. wood, in the said county, worth 40l., held of the honor of Hereford, service unknown.
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316. CHRISTINE CHEVERELL late the wife of WALTER CHEVERELL.
Writ 30 October, inquisition 6 November, 15 Henry VII.
She died seised of the undermentioned land, &c. in Stoure Prewes, Swyre, Russhton, and Wodelond, in fee.
One John Russell and John Keylweye were seised of the under-mentioned manors of Estoke and Chauntmarell in fee, and, being so seised, gave them to Walter Cheverell, named in the writ, and the said Christine, then his wife, and the heirs of Walter; they were seised thereof accordingly, Walter in fee and Christine in her demesne as of free tenement; he died so seised, and she survived him, and was solely seised thereof as aforesaid.
She died 20 October last past. Roger Cheverell, aged 25 and more, is cousin and heir, viz. son of John, son of the said Walter and Christine.
DORSET. A messuage, 60a. land, 12a. meadow, in Stoure Prewes, worth 40s., held of John Russhell, by fealty and the rent of a rose yearly.
A messuage, 20a. land, in Swyre, five messuages, 60a. land, 20a. pasture, 6a. wood, in Russhton, worth 4 marks, held of one Thomas Lyne, knight, and the said John Russell, by fealty and the rent of a rose yearly.
Twenty acres of land in Wodelond, or Wedelond, worth 10s., held of the said John Russell, by fealty and the rent of a rose yearly.
Manor of Estoke, worth 10 marks, held of the lady Elizabeth, queen of England, service unknown.
Manor of Chauntmarell, worth 10 marks, held of the abbot of Milton, service unknown.
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317. ELIZABETH PAWLET, widow.
Writ 23 January, 13 Henry VII; inquisition 3 November, 15 Henry VII.
One William Poulet, knight, and the said Elizabeth, were seised of the under-mentioned manor and lands in fee in her right, and, being so seised, by charter, 12 September, 3 Henry VII, gave them to Amyas (Amisio) Powlet, knight, his heirs and assigns, paying them 100l. yearly for the term of their lives in survivorship and supporting all other charges needful for the maintenance of them and their whole household, during the said term, in victuals only; the said Amyas was seised thereof accordingly in fee, and is still so seised.
She died 17 November, 13 Henry VII. The said Amyas Paulet, knight, aged 40 and more, is her son and heir.
DEVON. Manor of Cobton, worth 10 marks, held of the heirs of Richard Crokehorne, by knight service.
A messuage, 100a. land, 10a. meadow, in Holbroke, worth 60s., held of Nicholas Bluet, esquire, as of the manor of Gryndenham, in free socage.
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318. JOHN COLYNGRUGE.
Writ 1 July, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 5 November, 15 Henry VII.
John Roger, lately styled John Roger of Benham, was seised of the under-mentioned manor, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, enfeoffed Thomas Leseux, dean of St. Paul’s, London, Robert Shotesbroke, knight, Thomas Kyngeston, esquire, William Warbilton, esquire, John Norreys, esquire, Drew Barantyn, esquire, William Pury, esquire, Richard Warnford, gentleman, Thomas Bekynhill, John Denford, and other, thereof, to the use of himself and his heirs, by charter, 4 July, 28 Henry VI; the said dean and his co-feoffees were seised thereof accordingly in fee, and they being so seised, the said John Roger gave the said manor, &c. to the said John Colyngrige for term of life with remainder to his own right heirs; and afterwards the said dean and his co-feoffees enfeoffed Thomas Roger, son and heir of the said John Roger, of the said manor, &c.; and afterwards the said Thomas died; and afterwards the said John Colyngryge died, after whose death one William Essex and and Elizabeth, his wife, cousin and heir of the said Thomas Roger, viz. son of Thomas son of the said Thomas, entered upon and are still seised of the said premises in fee in her right.
He died 3 September, 14 Henry VII. John Colynryge, the younger, aged 15 and more, is his son and heir.
BERKS. Manor, or messuage, called ‘Estburyes’ otherwise called ‘Rogers maner,’ with meadow annexed, and another small meadow called ‘Culver Mede,’ with 64a. arable, in the town and fields of Chepynglambourne, worth 4 marks, held, one moiety of the king, as of the earldom of Hereford, and the other moiety of the heirs of Thomas Grauntsoinnez, knight, service unknown.
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319. JOHN MATHEWE.
Writ 8 February, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 7 November, 15 Henry VII.
John Mathue, late alderman of London, named in the writ, died seised, together with Christopher Hawe, John Hawe, Henry Wodecoke, Cornalius Mathuson, William Crowherst and John Stile, who are seised in fee to the use of the said John Mathue and his heirs, and the performance of his last will, of the under-mentioned land, &c.
Death and heir as in No. 297. Cf. No. 268.
SURREY. Twenty-three messuages in Croydon, fourteen gardens, 60a. land, 12a. meadow, 20a. pasture, 6a. wood and 2s. rent there, worth 20 marks, held of Richard Carue, knight, by 9s. rent yearly.
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320. JOAN WARRE, widow.
Writ 7 September, inquisition 28 October, 15 Henry VII.
One Robert Warre was seised of the under-mentioned manors, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, gave them to Richard Warre, and Joan his wife, named in the writ, to them and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to the right heirs of Richard; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee tail by the form of the gift; and afterwards Richard died, without issue of their bodies begotten and she survived him and was solely seised thereof in fee tail.
She died 28 July last past. Richard Warre, of Hestercombe, is cousin and next heir of the said Richard her husband, viz. son of John Warre of Chipley, son of Robert Warre of Chipley, brother of John Warre of Hestercombe, father of Robert Warre of Hestercombe, father of the said Richard Warre her husband; the said Richard Warre of Hestercombe is aged 30 and more.
DORSET. Manor of Bupton, 50a. land in the said manor excepted, held of the king in chief, by service of 1/5 of a knight’s fee; and the said 50a. above excepted are held of Robert Broke, knight, lord de Cobham, service unknown; the said manor, with the above exceptions, is worth 6l.; the said 50a. above excepted are worth 3l.
A messuage and a carucate of land in Jatmystr’, worth 40s., held of ——, bishop of Salisbury, service unknown.
Manor of Mordon, worth 10l., held of Elizabeth, queen of England, service unknown.
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321. JOAN WARRE, widow.
Writ 7 September, inquisition 4 November, 15 Henry VII.
John Stourton, knight, Robert Squybe, Gilbert Wike, Robert Colyngbourne, Thomas Mochildever, John Bysshop and Thomas Warryn, were seised of the under-mentioned manors, and, being so seised, demised them to John Warre, of Hestercombe, for the term of his life, with remainder to Robert Warre, of Hestercombe, his son, for the term of his life, with remainder to Richard Warre, and Joan, his wife, named in the writ, to hold to the said Richard and Joan, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to Richard’s right heirs; by virtue of which the same John Warre was seised thereof in his demesne as of free tenement and died so seised, after whose death the said Richard and Joan entered upon the said manors and were seised thereof in fee tail; and afterwards the said Richard died without heir of their bodies and the said Joan was seised thereof in fee tail by survivorship.
Death and heir as in No. 320.
SOMERSET. Manor of Hestercombe, worth 12l., held of ——, bishop of Winchester, service unknown.
Manor of Craftewarre, worth 40s., held of Amyas Poulet, knight, service unknown.
Manor of Gerneviliswike, worth 3l., held of Elizabeth, queen of England, service unknown.
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322. JOHN BLOUNT, knight, LORD DE MOUNTJOYE.
Writ of Que plura, 12 October, inquisition 27 October, 15 Henry VII.
Walter Blount, knight, lord de Mountjoye, by virtue of letters patent of Edward IV, made to the said Walter, whose son and heir male the said John was, was seised of 20 marks to be received by him and his heirs male of his body at Michaelmas and Easter equally, viz. 8 marks from a moiety of the town of Thurvaston, co. Derby, by the hands of the bailiffs and farmers and tenants thereof and 12 marks from the issues, revenues, farms, fines and profits in any manner arising in the counties of Nottingham and Derby, by the hands of the sheriff yearly.
The said Walter was seised of the said annuities accordingly in fee tail, after whose death they descended to the said John, late lord de Mountjoy, as his son and heir male, who was seised thereof accordingly in tail male, over and above the lands, &c. specified in the inquisition named in the writ or in any other inquisition taken after John’s death.
William Blount, who survives, is son and heir male of the said John touching the inheritance of the said annuity. He is aged 21 and more. The sheriffs of the counties aforesaid for the time being have received and retained the said annuity from John’s death till now, in right of the king, inasmuch as the said William at the time of the death of John the late lord was under age and in the king’s ward, and during his minority was incompetent to take upon him [and] support the honour and estate of barony.
DERBY. An annuity, as above, held of the king in chief by service of a barony, it is worth 20 marks beyond outgoings.
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323. WILLIAM BURELL, gentleman.
Writ 4 June, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 15 November, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, by charter indented, 4 May, 14 Henry VII, gave them to Robert Willoughby, knight, lord de Broke, Roger Hollond, esquire, Robert Hyllersdon, esquire, Nicholas Snape and Andrew Hyllersdon, son and heir of the said Robert, and their heirs, for the performance of his last will to the said charter indented annexed, and they were seised thereof accordingly in fee.
He died 26 May last past. Robert Burell, aged 4 and more, is his son and heir.
DEVON. Five messuages, 100a. arable, 20a. pasture, 10a. meadow, in Wodelond, or Wodlond, worth 6l., held of the lord of Ermyngton in socage, by 20s. rent yearly.
A messuage and garden, in Bryggeton Pomerey, worth 5s., held of the lord of Byry Pomery, in free burgage, by 1d. rent yearly.
A messuage, 40a. arable, 20a. pasture, 4a. meadow, 40a. furze and heath, in Shute Rychard, or Richard, worth 13s. 4d., held of Richard Yerde, of Cole, as of his manor of Yerde Cole, by knight service.
Forty acres of arable, 16a. pasture, 6a. meadow, 20a. furze and heath, in Raddysshe, or Radysshe, 60a. arable, 40a. pasture, 6a. meadow, 40a. furze and heath, in Goveton, and a messuage, 20a. arable, 10a. furze and heath, in Forde, worth 40s., held of the house and monastery of the abbey of Tavystoke, service unknown.
Twenty acres arable, 10a. pasture, 20a. furze and heath, in Chaldecote, worth 10s., held of the lord of Whytchurch, by 3s. 2d. rent yearly, for all service.
Six burgages with six gardens, in Tavystoke, worth 40s., held of the said abbey, in free burgage.
Twenty acres arable, 20a. furze and heath, called Rowtre, or in Rowtre, in Bonlegh, worth 12s., held of John Sydenham, esquire, as of his manor of Bondlegh, in socage, by the rent of a red rose yearly.
A burgage with a garden, in Neweton Abbot, or Newton Abbot, worth 10s., held of the house and monastery of St. Mary of Torre.
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324. EDWARD BLUNT, knight.
Writ 20 August, 14 Henry VII; inquisition 18 January, 15 Henry VII.
He held no lands or tenements of the king or any other, in demesne or in service in the county of Worcester the day he died.
He died 6 July last past. Peter Blunt, aged 40 and more, is his brother and heir.
But, the jurors say, John Middilmore and Edward Knyght were seised of the under-mentioned manors in fee, and, being so seised, by charter demised them to the said Edward, and Joan, his wife, lady Ferras, late the wife of Walter Deveraux, knight, lord Ferras, to hold to the said Edward and Joan, and his heirs; by virtue of which the said Edward and Joan were seised thereof, viz. Edward in fee and the said Joan in her demesne as of free tenement.
WORCESTER. Manors of Syddyngton and Momyll, worth 20 marks, held of the prince, as of the earl (sic) of March, by service of 1/3 of a knight’s fee.
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325. JOHN GILBERT, the elder.
Writ 27 August, inquisition 26 October, 15 Henry VII.
The said John Gilberd died Thursday after the Assumption last past, seised of the under-mentioned manors, &c. in fee. Robert Gilberd, aged 40 is his son and heir.
SOMERSET. Manor of Stert, or Sterte, worth 20l., held of the king in chief, by service of a crane (gruis) to be rendered yearly.
Manor of Wytecombe, or Witecombe, worth 10l., held of Margaret, countess of Rechemond, service unknown.
A tenement in Quencammell, worth 15s., held of the said countess, service unknown.
A tenement in Barton, worth 5s., held of John Walton, service unknown.
A tenement called ‘Rawlyns’ within the parish of Babbecary, worth 5s., held of John Byconell, knight, as of the manor of Babbecarey, service unknown.
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326. EDWARD TRUSSELL.
Writ 4 November, inquisition 29 January, 15 Henry VII.
Edward Trussell, named in the writ, one of the cousins and heirs of William Burley late of Bromcroft, esquire, viz. son of William Trussell, knight, son of Elizabeth, one of the daughters and heirs of the said William, and Joan Littilton, late the wife of Thomas Littilton, knight, the other of the daughters and heirs of the said William Burley, were seised of the under-mentioned manors of Bromcroft, Brocton, Norton in Halles, Clungunford otherwise called Clungunwas and Bromfild, and of a hundred messuages, 1,000a. land, 1,000a. pasture, 100a. wood, 200a. meadow and 10l. rent, in Baldecot, Mersshton, Monslowe, Wistanstowe, Alden, Thunglond, Rowthall, Tugford, Dedilbury, Normecote, Abbeton, Aston, Ludlowe, [Dodyn]ghope, Newton in Causelond, Newton in Clelond, Sutton, Cokeriche, Walton and [Lo]ngeley, in fee, and of the advowsons of the churches of Monslowe, Clungunford and Norton in Hales, and of the chapel of Mersshton, as of fee and right, by inheritance from the said William; and they being so seised, the said Edward of his purparty, to wit of a moiety, thereof died seised, whereupon the said purparty descended to Elizabeth Trussell, his daughter and heir.
He died 18 April, 14 Henry VII, being then under age and in the king’s custody by reason of other lands and tenements late of William Trussell, knight, his father, and not by reason of any of the premises. Elizabeth Trussell, aged 3 and more, is his daughter and heir. The said Joan Littilton still survives, and was, at the time of his death, aged 60 and more, and then, and long before, and always after, was, and still is, seised of her purparty aforesaid, to wit of the other moiety, of all the premises in fee, as daughter and the other of the heirs of the said William Burley.
William Trussell, knight, whose heir the said Edward was, was seised of the under-mentioned manor of Shirrefhales in fee, and, being so seised, by charter enfeoffed Humphrey Belchere and others thereof for the performance of his last will, and thereafter to the use of himself and his heirs, by virtue of which feoffment the said Humphrey and the others were seised thereof in fee; and whether the last will of the said William Trussell, knight, is as yet performed, or not, the jurors are ignorant.
SALOP. Manor of Bromcroft, worth 6l., held of George, earl of Shrewsbury, as of the manor of Korfeham, by service of 1/6 of a knight’s fee.
Manor of Brocton, worth 3l. 2s., held of the earl of Arundel, as of the manor of Acton Rownd, by service of 1/2 a knight’s fee.
Manor of Norton in Hales, worth 16l., held of the duke of Bukyngham, service unknown.
Manor of Clungunford, otherwise called Clungunwas, worth 9l., held of the same earl of Arundel, as of his lordship of Clunne, by fealty and 2s. rent yearly, for all service.
Manor of Bromfild, worth 8l. 8s., held of the abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in [B]aldecot worth 4l., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, by fealty and 6s. 8d. rent yearly, for all service.
Lands and tenements in Alden, worth 4s. 4d., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in Thunglond, worth 3l. 3s. 4d., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in Rowthall, worth 4s., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in Tugford, worth 8s., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, by fealty and 5s. rent, for all service.
Lands and tenements in Hulton, worth 5s., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in Dedilbury, worth 2s., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in Aston, worth 6s. 8d., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in Sutton, Cokeriche, Walton, Longeley and Dodynghope, worth 4l., held of the same abbot and convent of Shrewsbury, service unknown.
Lands and tenements in Mersshton, worth 13s. 4d., held of the lord of Weme, as of his barony of Weme, by fealty and the rent of a red rose, for all service.
Lands and tenements in Monslowe, to which manor the advowson of the said church of Monslowe is appendent, held of the heirs of Hugh Stepulton, by fealty and the rent of a red rose yearly, for all service; they are worth 3l. yearly.
Lands and tenements in Wistanstowe, worth 11s. 8d., held of Peter Corbet, lord of Sibton, as of his manor of Sibton, by fealty and 13s. 4d. rent, for all service.
Lands and tenements in Normecot, worth 38s., held of the prior and convent of Wenlok, by fealty and 5s. rent yearly, for all service.
Lands and tenements in Abbeton, worth 17s. 4d., held of the heirs of Sir Hugh de Burnell, as of their lordship of Abbeton, by fealty and a rent of 2s. and 1lb. pepper, for all service.
Lands and tenements in Ludlowe, worth 5 marks 6s. 4d. held of the bailiffs and burgesses of the town or borough of Ludlowe in free burgage.
Lands and tenements in Newton in Cause and Newton in Cle, worth 6 marks, held of the duke of Bukyngham, service unknown.
Manor of Shirrefhales, which extends both in the said county and in the county of Stafford, worth, with the land, &c. belonging to it in Shropshire, 4l., held of the said earl of Arundel, service unknown.
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327. WILLIAM ANGEWYN, ‘gentilman.’
Writ 11 February, inquisition 27 February, 15 Henry VII.
William Angewen, or Aungewen, late of Askeby by Horncastell, gentleman, was seised in fee of his manor of Askeby, and, being so seised, enfeoffed Charles Moyne, clerk, John Moyne, gentleman, John Wederby, Robert Aget, chaplain, Robert More, William Forman and Robert Smyth, thereof, to the intent that they should perform his last will; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee to the intent aforesaid, and they being so seised, he afterwards made his will, to wit that the same feoffees should stand enfeoffed to the use of Margaret, his wife, so that, immediately after his decease, she should take from the issues and profits thereof 20 marks yearly over and above outgoings and the recompence of her jointure and dower, and that the same feoffees should permit his executors to receive the residue of all the rents, issues and profits of the lands and tenements aforesaid yearly for the exhibition and nurture of his sons and daughters, to wit John his second and Robert his third sons and Joan and Dorothy his daughters, then of tender age, till each of them came to the age of sixteen years, when the said executors should pay 10l. to each girl and 10l. to each boy; and afterwards he died, and the said Charles and the others then and ever since have been seised of the said manor in form aforesaid.
Martin Newcom, of Saltefleteby, and Alan Musterluff, of Hameryngham, were seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in Hameryngham, and, being so seised, enfeoffed the said William and Margaret, his wife, who survives, thereof, to hold to them and their heirs, by virtue of which feoffment they were seised thereof in fee; he died so seised and she is solely seised thereof by survivorship.
He died 10 September, 15 Henry VII. Charles Aungewen, aged 20 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. No. 335.
LINCOLN. Manor of Askeby by Horncastell, worth 20l., held of the bishop of Carlisle in right of his church, as of his lordship and soke of Horncastill, by fealty and 12d. rent yearly, and suit of the bishop’s court there, for all service.
A messuage and four score acres of land and meadow in the town of Hameryngham, worth 26s. 8d., whereof the messuage is held of Richard Thymmulby, esquire, as of the manor of Tetford, service unknown; 60a. land and meadow are held of the king, as duke of Lancaster, as of the manor of Gretham, parcel of the said duchy, by fealty and 14d. rent yearly and suit of court of the duchy aforesaid there, by two comings to the two great courts of view of frankpledge held there yearly, for all service; and 21a. of land and meadow are held of the king as duke of Lancaster, to wit of the manor of Belchford, parcel of the same duchy by the two comings to two great courts, as above.
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328. ROGER TWYNEO.
Writ of Mandamus 4 February, inquisition 8 May, 15 Henry VII.
He died 17 June, 12 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned tenements, &c. in fee. George Twynyho, aged 25 and more, is his brother and heir.
WILTS. A tenement and a water-mill with a dovecot and a meadow, in Wilton, worth 13s. 4d., held of the abbess of Wilton, in socage, viz. by fealty and 5s. rent at Michaelmas yearly.
Two tenements and two cottages in Warmester, worth 22s. 4d., held of the dean and chapter of Salisbury, by fealty and 4s. 6d. rent at Michaelmas yearly, and suit of their court there.
Three tenements and two cottages in Warmester, worth 26s. 8d., held of Richard Kyrton, as of his manor of Warmester, by fealty and 5s. 1d. rent at Easter and Michaelmas yearly, and suit of his court of the same manor.
A messuage in Warmester, worth 24s. 8d., held of Richard Pole, esquire, as of his manor of Warmester, by fealty and 16d. rent at Michaelmas yearly.
A messuage, 30a. land and 8a. pasture, in Bugley, worth 26s. 8d., held of the prioress of Stodeley, as of the manor of Corsley, by fealty and 1d. rent at Michaelmas yearly.
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329. THOMAS LEVENTHORP.
Writ of Amotus 6 November, inquisition 1 May, 15 Henry VII.
John Mordaunt and William Cornwaleys were seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, by charter indented demised them to the said Thomas Leventhorp and Agnes his wife, who survives, to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies; he died so seised, and he is still seised thereof by survivorship in fee tail by the form of the gift.
He died 20 July, 13 Henry VII. John Leventhorp, aged 4, is his son and heir.
HERTFORD. Two tenements with 40a. land, formerly John Noon’s, in Sabrychesworthe, all that tenement there formerly in the tenure of Walter Wyseman and late in the tenure of John Wheler, in the parish of Sobrychesworth aforesaid, with 3a. land lying in four pieces in a field called ‘Claverlegh’ and 4a. land in four pieces in a field called ‘Nattonfeld’ and 3r. meadow in one piece in a meadow called ‘Halysounde,’ and a half-acre and half-rood of meadow in two pieces in a meadow called ‘Thatchemede,’ formerly in the tenure of the said John Wheler; all the said lands and tenements are held of the lord de Scrope and the abbot of Redyng, but by what services and which parcels thereof are held of lord de Scrope and whiph of the abbot, the jurors know not; the lands and tenements aforesaid are worth 33s. 4d.
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330. THOMAS LEVENTHORP.
Writ of Mandamus 6 November, inquisition 3 May, 15 Henry VII.
Richard Goodfrey and John Pulter, esquires, were seised of the under-mentioned manor, and land, &c. in Fernham and Stortford, and John Mordaunt and William Cornwaleys were seised of the under-mentioned mill, &c. in Fernham, which by their respective charters they demised to the said Thomas and Agnes his wife, as in No. 329.
Death and heir as in No. 329.
ESSEX. Manor of Hertesho, co. Essex, and 25a. land, 3a. 1r. meadow and 1 1/2a. wood, in Fernham and Stortford, cos. Essex and Hertford, worth 20 marks, held of John Leventhorp, esquire, by fealty and 1/20 of a knight’s fee.
A site (placea) with a water-mill built thereon, and a parcel of meadow called ‘Dawysmore,’ in the town and parish of Fernham, co. Essex, worth 5l., held of the earl of Oxford, service unknown.
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331. RALPH NEVELL, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
Writ of Mandamus 7 February, inquisition 29 April, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 253. Edith is said to be seised in fee tail; her late husband is called the earl’s firstborn son.
He died 10 September, 13 Henry VII. Ralph Neyvll, the now earl, is his son and heir (sic) and is aged one year and more, and is in the king’s custody.
DERBY. Manor of Assheford in ‘le Peke,’ worth 60l., held of the king in chief, service unknown.
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332. RALPH NEVELL, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
Writ of Mandamus 7 February, inquisition 28 April, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 331.
NOTTINGHAM. Manor of Alverton in Sherewoode and four water-mills; the said manor is held of the king in chief, by knight-service and is worth 9l. 15s. 4d.
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333. RALPH NEVELL, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
Writ of Mandamus 7 February, inquisition 6 May, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 253. Edith is said to be seised in fee tail; and her late husband called firstborn son.
HANTS. Eleven pounds, two shillings and eight pence of fee farm in Andover, and 14l. 15s. of fee farm in Bassyngstoke, held of the king, service unknown.
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334. WILLIAM ASSHEBY, esquire.
Writ 26 January, inquisition 10 May, 15 Henry VII.
Long before his death he was seised of the under-mentioned manor and land, and, being so seised, enfeoffed Ralph Shyrley, knight, Thomas Pulteney, knight, Thomas Kebeell, serjeant at law, and William Smyth thereof, for the performance of his last will and they were and still are seised thereof accordingly.
He died 14 January last past. William Assheby, aged 30 and more, is his son and heir. Cf. No. 252.
LEICESTER. Manor of Lowesby, Cosby and Litelthorp, or Litylthorp, and twenty messuages, forty virgates of land and 30s. rent in Lowesby, Cosby and Litelthorp, or Litylthorp, worth 60l., held of the prince, as of the honour of Huntyngdon, service unknown.
A messuage and five virgates of land in Longwhatton, worth 73s., held of the lord Beamond, service unknown.
Three messuages, a cottage and five virgates of land, in Neuton Burdet, worth 4 marks, held of the lord Lisle, service unknown.
Three pounds of pepper, three capons and 3s. quit rent, in Bagrave and 2s. rent and two hens, in Southcroxton and Baresby, worth 9s., held of Thomas Pulteney, knight, service unknown.
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335. WILLIAM ANGEWYN, gentilman.
Writ 11 May, inquisition 16 May, 15 Henry VII.
William Aungewyn, esquire, died 10 December, 15 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned moiety of a manor, &c. in fee. He had issue, the day he died, Charles Aungewayn, his son and heir, aged 16 and no more. Cf. No. 327.
YORK. A moiety of the manor of Hebden in Craven, a carucate of land in Thorp Bryndsall, and three bovates of land in Conyston, parcel of the aforesaid moiety of the manor of Hebden, held of the abbot of St. Mary of Fountains, by homage, fealty, scutage and 8s. rent yearly at Whitsuntide and St. Martin in winter equally; the moiety of the said manor, and the tenements aforesaid, are worth 20l. above outgoings and above the said rent.
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336. WILLIAM HOLYN.
Writ 4 February, inquisition 8 May, 15 Henry VII.
The said William Holeyn died 26 April, 13 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in fee. William Holeyn is his son and heir, aged 3 and more on the day of the taking of this inquisition.
WILTS. A messuage, 60a. land, two closes of pasture, three copses (copic’) of underwood and two ‘heggerewys,’ in the town and fields of Whiteparesshe, worth 16s., held of Master Tawke, service unknown.
A messuage and curtilage, 140a. arable, a copse of underwood and a close containing 6a. pasture, in Pitton; a messuage, 20a. arable, and a half-acre meadow, in Farlay; and 4a. meadow in Alwardbury, in a meadow called ‘Exmede’ by Botenham; worth 26s. 8d.; held of Master Lucy and John Cheyne, service unknown.
Two tenements, 80a. arable, in Grymstede, two closes of pasture lying next the chapel of Estgrymstede, and 4a. meadow lying in sixteen parcels in the fields of Grymstede, worth 40s., held of Masters Hurleston and Baryngton, service unknown.
A hundred acres of arable and 1 1/2a. meadow, in the fields of Dene, worth 23s. 4d., held of Masters Hurleston and Baryngton, service unknown.
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337. WILLIAM HOLYN.
Writ 4 February, inquisition 5 May, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 336.
HANTS. A messuage, two gardens, 12 1/2a. arable, 6 1/2a. meadow, 2s. rent, and 4a. wood, in Romsey, Stannebrygge and ‘la Okys’; the said messuage, gardens, 10a. land, 5 1/2a. meadow and 2s. rent, parcel of the premises, in the town of Romsey, are held of the abbess of Romsey, in right of her church, service unknown, and are worth 16s.; and 2 1/2a. land, 1a. meadow and 4a. wood, the residue of the premises, in Stannebrygge and ‘la Okys,’ are held of John Kirkeby, esquire, service unknown, and are worth 4s. yearly.
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338. JOHN GYLBARD.
Writ 24 January, inquisition the last day but one of April, 15 Henry VII.
The said John Gilbert, and Joan, his wife, who survives, were seised, the day he died, in fee, in her right, of the under-mentioned manors, &c.; he died and she survives him and is still seised thereof in fee.
He died 18 August last past. Robert Gilbert is his son and heir, aged 30 and more.
HANTS. A messuage, 300a. land, 300a. pasture, 4a. meadow, 2a. wood, in Upsomburn, Netherden, Romsey, Crauley and Ocle, worth 6l. 10s., held of Thomas, bishop of Winchester, by fealty and suit of his Pavilion Court (curie sue Pavilionis) for all service.
Manor of Midelton, otherwise called Est Milton, thirty messuages, 100a. land, 200a. pasture, 10a. wood, in Wolveton, Sandham, Langard, or Langarde and Clyve, in the Isle of Wight in the said county, worth 10l., held of the king, as of Caresbroke castle in the said Isle, by service of 1/4 of a knight’s fee.
Manor of Knyghton in the parish of Nichurche in the said Isle, worth 100s., held of the king, as of the aforesaid castle, by service of 1/2 of a knight’s fee.
Moiety of the manor of Brouke in the said Isle, worth 106s., held of the king, as of the aforesaid castle, by fealty and suit of the king’s court of ‘Knyghton Court’ within the isle aforesaid every three weeks, for all service.
A messuage and 20a. land in New Lymyngton, worth 8s., held of Hugh Conwey, knight, by fealty only, for all service.
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339. WILLIAM TUNSTALL.
Writ 21 November, inquisition 16 May, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned moiety of a manor, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, by charter, 26 November, 9 Henry VII, by the name of William Tunstall, esquire, son of Richard Tunstall, knight, gave them inter alia to Richard Newton and Robert Gybonson, by the name of Richard Newton, the elder, and Robert Gybonson, vicar of the parish church of Kyrby in Lonnesdall, their heirs and assigns; they were seised thereof accordingly in fee, and, being so seised, by charter indented, 28 November, 9 Henry VII, demised them inter alia, by the description of all their manors, &c., co. York, to him, by the name of William Tunstall son of Richard Tunstall, knight, in tail male, with remainder in default to Thomas Tunstall, brother of the said Richard Tunstall, knight, in tail male, with remainder in default to William Tunstall, brother of the said Thomas, in tail male, with remainder in default to Lionel (Leonello) Tunstall, son of the said William Tunstall son of Richard Tunstall, knight, in tail male, with remainder in default to John Tunstall, son of the said Thomas Tunstall, in tail male, with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said William son of Richard Tunstall, knight. By virtue of which demise he was seised thereof in fee tail and died so seised without heir male of his body lawfully begotten; and the said Thomas Tunstall, in the remainder, died in the lifetime of the said William, named in the writ, after whose death the right of the remainder descended to one Thomas, as son and heir male of the said Thomas, the father, named in the said charter; and afterwards the said William named in the writ died without heir male of his body lawfully begotten, after whose death the said moiety and also the said messuages, &c. remained to the said Thomas son of the said Thomas, as son and heir male of his body lawfully begotten by the form of the demise, which Thomas son of Thomas is aged 20 and more
He died 10 November, last past. One Christopher Ascue, aged 21, is his cousin and heir, viz. son of Eleanor his sister.
YORK. Moiety of the manor of Bentham; twelve messuages, 500a. land, 200a. meadow, in Bentham; worth 5 marks, held of Thomas Pykeryng, esquire, service unknown.
Twelve messuages, 100a. land, 40a. meadow, in Burton in Lonnesdale, worth 6l. 13s. 4d., held of George, lord de Straunge, service unknown.
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340. THOMAS FRIRE.
Writ 9 November, inquisition 12 May, 15 Henry VII.
Isabel Norreys was seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in Candyche in fee, and, being so seised, the said Thomas Frire, named in the writ, and one John Maryot unjustly disseised her thereof, to the use of one Richard Frire, father of the said Thomas, to which disseisin the said Richard agreed, whereby the said Richard was seised of the said land, &c. in fee. She reentered and was seised thereof in fee and afterwards, in Michaelmas term, 11 Henry VII, she prosecuted a writ of trespass against the said Thomas and John; the parties appeared and she complained that the said Thomas and John, 1 March, 8 Henry VII, broke her close, &c.; the jury came, and said that the said Thomas and John unjustly disseised her, and assessed her damages at 13s. 4d. and costs at 40s., as in the record of the plea under the seal of the king’s bench appears. And the said Isabel being seised of the said land, &c. as aforesaid, gave them by charter to one Thomas Raa, clerk, and James Souche, their heirs and assigns, and they were, and still are, seised thereof accordingly in fee.
He died 26 May, 14 Henry VII. Alice Frire, aged 8 and more, and Joan Frire, aged 3 and more are his daughters and heirs.
OXFORD. Three messuages, 3 1/2a. land in Candyche without the north gate of Oxford, worth 20s., held of Christopher Browne, esquire, as of his hundred, or manor, of Bullyngton co. Oxford, by fealty and suit of court to the hundred, or manor, aforesaid, for all service.
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341. RALPH NEVELL, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
Writ of Mandamus 7 February, inquisition 29 June, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 333. Date of death and age of heir not given.
SURREY. Manor of Talworth; it pays 22s. yearly to the manor of Shene, and to the prior of Marten 4s. yearly; but of whom it is held and by what services the jurors know not; it is worth beyond outgoings 14l. 15s.
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342. THOMAS GEFFREY.
Writ of Mandamus 5 February, inquisition 29 January, 15 Henry VII.
He died 14 August, 12 Henry VII, seised of the under-mentioned land, &c. in fee. Margaret Gefferey, aged 8 and more, is his daughter and heir. William Smyth, the king’s receiver, has taken all the issues and profits thereof from the time of Thomas’ death till now, by what title the jurors know not.
GLOUCESTER. Six messuages, 100a. land, 100a. pasture, 50a. meadow, 10s. rent, in Shenyngdon, and 20a. land, 20a. pasture and 20a. meadow, in Tripoot, held of the king, as of the honor of Gloucester, by service of 1/50 of a knight’s fee; they are worth 4l. 8s. 8d.
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343. ROBERT STAWELL.
Writ 30 October, inquisition 1 June, 15 Henry VII.
He died seised in fee of the under-mentioned manor and advowson of Sutcomb, manor of Welcombe and land in Noteley, which thereupon descended to Robert Stawell, the younger, as his cousin and heir, who entered and was seised thereof in fee.
He was seised in fee of the under-mentioned manor and advowson of Martyn, and being so seised long before his decease by charter enfeoffed Hugh Luttrell, knight, John More, of Columpton, and others, thereof, inter alia the advowson excepted, to his own use and the performance of his last will; by his last will he directed that his executors should take the issues and profits of the said manor, and of other lands specified in the said charter, till they had received 300 marks, above all costs and expenses, for the performance of his said last will. He died seised of the said advowson, which descended to the said Robert, the younger, as above.
He died 28 October last past. Robert Stawell, the younger, is his cousin and heir, viz. son of Edward his son, and is aged 24 and more.
DEVON. Manor and advowson of Sutcomb, or Sutcombe, worth 10l., held of Margaret, countess of Richemond and Derbey, as of the manor of Barnestapull, by knight-service.
Manor of Welcombe, worth 10 marks, held of John Arundell, knight, as of the manor of Conorton, in free socage.
Manor and advowson of Martyn, worth 20l., held of the said countess, as of the manor of Barnestapull, by knight-service.
Forty acres of land in Noteley, worth 20s., held of the abbot of Tavistoke, in free socage.
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344. RICHARD ARDERN.
Writ 27 November, inquisition 9 June, 15 Henry VII.
He was seised of the under-mentioned manor, &c. and being so seised, long before his decease, by a certain deed of feoffment, dated 26 January, 5 Henry VII, enfeoffed Nicholas Gaynesford, esquire, John Legh, gentleman, Richard Culpeper, esquire, and John Chaloner, gentleman, thereof, by the description of all his land, &c. in Legh, Becheworth, Raygate and Buklond, or elsewhere in the county of Surrey, to wit as to lands and tenements parcel of the premises to the value of 20l., to the use of himself and Joan his wife, and his heirs, and for the performance of his last will after the death of the said Joan, and as to the residue to the use of himself and his heirs and the performance of his last will. They were seised thereof accordingly in fee, and, being so seised, the said Nicholas died, and Legh and the others survived him and were seised thereof long before the said Richard’s death and are still so seised.
By his last will he directed that the said Joan should have the said manor, &c. to her and her assigns for the term of her life, and during her life should find an honest priest, by the view of the said feoffees, to pray for his soul and his friends’ souls and other Christian souls; and that after her decease the said manor, &c. should remain to John Holgrave, brother of the said Richard Ardern, and his heirs for ever, the said John finding an honest priest for ever to pray for the souls of the said Richard and Joan, &c. and paying the said priest 6l. 13s. 4d. yearly.
He died 22 November, 15 Henry VII. Elizabeth Benge, wife of John Benge is sister and one of the heirs of the said Richard, viz. daughter of John father of the said Richard and Elizabeth, and Ursula Fitz Herberd, wife of — Fitz Herberd is cousin and the other of the heirs of the said Richard, viz. daughter of Katharine daughter of the said John, father of the said Richard, Elizabeth and Katharine. The said Elizabeth is aged 30 and more and the said Ursula 20 and more.
SURREY. Manor of Imworth and a moiety of the hundred of Emelbrigge to the same manor appurtenant, worth 8 marks, held of the men of the town of Kyngeston, by service of 3l. 18s. 8d. yearly, for all service.
Three messuages, 255a. land, 316a. pasture, 20a. meadow, 20a. wood, and a mill, in Lee, Raygate, Buklond and Becheworth, whereof a messuage, 20a. land, 19a. pasture, 6a. or 5a. meadow, 7a. wood, are held of Thomas, earl of Arundell, by service of 5s. yearly, as of his manor of Buklond, and are worth 30s.; another messuage 100a. land, 117a. pasture, in the parish of Lee, formerly Thomas Hayton’s, are held of Elizabeth, queen of England, as of her manor of Bansted, service unknown, and are worth 5l., and another messuage, 35a. land, 70a. pasture, 3a. meadow, 6a. wood, and the said water-mill, which are the whole residue, are held of the lords of the manor, or lordship, of Raygate as of the lordship, or manor, aforesaid, by service of 3d. yearly, for all service; the said messuage, mill, 35a. land, 70a. pasture, 3a. meadow and 6a. wood, which are held of the said earl of Surrey (sic), are worth 40s.
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345. LUCY late the wife of JOHN AP MORGAN late of Neuport in Wales.
Writ 12 February, inquisition 18 June, 15 Henry VII.
Morgan ap Thomas and the said Lucy were seised of the under-mentioned manors, &c. in fee, in her right, and, being so seised, they suffered a recovery thereof in Hilary term, 5 Henry VII, to William Hody, knight, Thomas Baynham, esquire, Alexander Baynham, knight, Reynold Hody, William Baynham and Thomas Basshe, to the use of themselves and her heirs and assigns; the said William and the others entered and were seised thereof accordingly in fee to the said use, and they being so seised, the said Morgan died and she survived him, and the said William and the others continued their estate and were seised thereof in fee to the use of her, her heirs and assigns.
She died 24 January, 15 Henry VII, without issue. Joan, wife of Edmund Gorgez, knight, is her sister and heir, aged at the time of taking the inquisition, and at the time of the death of the said Lucy, 28 years and more.
SOMERSET. Manors of Estharptre, Estwodde, or Estwode, and Charlecomb, twenty messuages, 200a. land, 100a. meadow, 100a. pasture and 100a. wood, in Estharptre, Estwodde, Charlecomb, Sherwolde, Sherburn, Colley, Henton, Grendon, Wellis, Faryngdon, Harpetre Tilley, Westharpetre Bushopford, Compton and Preddy, whereof the manors of Estharptre and Estwode and lands in Estharptre, Estwode, Sherwolde, Sherburn, Colley, Henton, Grendon, Harpetre, Wellis, Faryngdon, West-harptre Tylley, Bushopford, Compton and Prydy, worth 30l., are held of the king as of the honor of Gloucester, by knight-service; and the manor of Cherlecomb and lands in Charlecomb, worth 4l., are held of Oliver, bishop of Bath and Wells in socage in right of his bishopric of Bath and Wells.
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346. MARGARET late the wife of GEOFFREY FRAUNKE, esquire, formerly wife of [JAMES] PYKERYNG.
Writ 29 November, inquisition 10 June, 15 Henry VII.
She held, the day she died, together with the said Geoffrey her husband, who survives, the under-mentioned manors and lands, for the term of their lives in survivorship with reversion thereof expectant after his and her decease to one William Beverley, clerk, as by fine thereof levied in the court of king Edward IV fully appears; after the death of the which William Beverley, Thomas Beverley, his cousin and next heir, by a certain writing indented granted the reversion of a cottage, 80a. land, 14a. pasture and 20a. meadow, parcel of the manor of Eskrig and of the lands, &c. there, and the reversion of a cottage and bovate of land in Naburn, parcel of the manors, lands and tenements specified in the said fine, to Brian Palmes, James Roos and John Acclom, esquires, John Pikeryng and Thomas Coort, chaplain, to hold that reversion to them, their heirs and assigns, by virtue of which grant by the said Thomas the said Geoffrey Fraunke and Margaret attorned to the said Brian and the others by payment of 1d., as by their writing indented thereof made fully appears; and further the said Thomas Beverley by another writing indented demised and granted the residue of the reversions of the premises contained in the said fine not granted by his writing aforesaid, to the said Brian Palmes, John Acclom, John Pikeryng, Thomas Covell, gentleman, and Thomas Coort, chaplain, their heirs and assigns for ever, by virtue of which grant the said Geoffrey and Margaret attorned to them by payment of 1d., as by their writing indented thereof made fully appears; and the said Brian, John, John, Thomas and Thomas Coort, demised the reversion of all the land, &c. in Scorouton, to Edward Midelton, gentleman, to hold the said reversion for the term of his life immediately after the death of the said Geoffrey and Margaret, by virtue of which grant the said Geoffrey and Margaret attorned to the said Edward by payment of 1d., as by their writing indented thereof made fully appears.
She died 17 November last past. Christopher Pykeryng, esquire, aged 15 and more, is her cousin and next heir, viz. son and heir of James Pykeryng, esquire, her son and heir.
YORK. Manors of Eskrig and Ellerton upon Derwent, forty-seven messuages, 500a. land, 54a. meadow, 200a. pasture, 200a. wood, 50s. 8d. rent, in Eskrig, Ellerton upon Derwent, Naburn and Scorouton, and the advowsons of the churches of Eskrig and Kirkbyunderknoll; whereof the manor of Eskrig and land, &c. in Eskrig, worth 30l., are held of the abbot of the monastery of St. Mary without the walls of the city of York, by 22s. 6d. rent for all service; the manor of Ellerton and lands, &c. in Ellerton, worth 7l., are held of Richard Thymelby, esquire, by 60s. rent yearly for all service; lands and tenements in Scorouton, worth 100s., held of Ninian Markenfeld, esquire, service unknown; and lands and tenements in Naburn, worth 13s. 4d., are held of the said Brian Palmes, by the rent of 1lb. cummin, and by what other services the jurors know not.
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347. JOHN MITTON.
Writ 12 February, inquisition 10 May, 15 Henry VII.
Anne, one of the daughters and heirs of Thomas Swynerton was seised in fee of the under-mentioned manors of Hilton and Esyngton and land, &c. in Fredley, Hopwas, Wigynton, Wirley, Lichefeld, Penkerich, Sardon, Codsale and Wirley and, being so seised, took to husband Humphrey Swynerton, and they had issue between them Humphrey, who survives, and the said Humphrey, the father, died, and she survived him and was seised of the said manors, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, took to husband John Mitton, named in the writ, and they had issue between them John; and the said Anne died, after whose death the said John continued his possession in the said manors, &c. as tenant by the courtesy.
The said Humphrey Swynerton, son of the said Anne, is her heir, and is aged 30 and more.
The said John Mitton, named in the writ, was seised of the under-mentioned four parts of the manor of Weston Hues, &c. in fee, and, being so seised, long before his decease, by his writing indented gave them to George, earl of Shrewsbury, Thomas, his brother, Richard Salter, doctor of decrees, and George Bromley and their heirs, for the performance of his will and free disposition, by virtue of which feoffment they were seised thereof in fee.
He died Thursday after the Purification last. John Mitton, aged 30 and more, is his son and heir.
STAFFORD. Manor of Hilton and three messuages in Hilton, worth 6 marks, held of William Lichefeld, doctor of laws and prebendary in the church of the Apostles Peter and Paul of Wolvernehampton, service unknown.
Manor of Esyngton and a messuage in Esyngton, worth 4 marks, held of Edward, lord de Dudley, by service of 1/2 a knight’s fee.
A messuage, 10a. land and 2a. meadow, in Fredley, 6a. land and a piece of meadow containing by estimation 3a. meadow, in Hopwas, worth 11s. 8d., held of the king in chief by great serjeanty, to wit by service of being steward and bailiff of the king of Cannok.
Ten acres of land in Wygynton, or Wigynton, worth 20d., held of George Nevile, knight, service unknown.
Thirty acres of land, 6a. meadow, in Wirley, worth 13s. 4d., held of John Peyto, by fealty and service of doing suit to his court there once a year.
Three messuages, 20a. pasture, in Lichefeld, worth 40s., held of the lord bishop of Chester, service unknown.
Two messuages in Penkerich, worth 8s., held of Robert Willoughby, knight, service unknown.
A messuage, 200a. land, 15a. meadow, 20a. wood, in Sardon, worth 4 marks, held of Robert Harcourte, knight, service unknown.
Twenty acres of land and 1a. meadow, in Codsale, worth 7s., held of Christopher Ursewike, dean of the church of Wolvernehampton, by service of 2s. 4d. and four hens at Michaelmas yearly.
Twenty acres of land in Wirley, worth 13s. 4d., held of John Peyto, service unknown.
Four parts of the manor of Weston Hues in five parts divided, five messuages, 200a. land, 20a. meadow, 100a. pasture, 40a. heath, in Weston Hues, worth 10 marks, held of Thomas, earl of Arundell, service unknown.
Manor of Bobynton, four messuages, 100a. land, 20a. meadow, 60a. pasture, in Bobynton, worth 20 marks, held of Edward, duke of Buckingham, by knight-service.
Manor of Tomenhorne, a messuage, 60a. land, 20a. meadow, 60a. pasture, in Tomenhorne, worth 6l., held of the bishop of Chester, service unknown.
Six messuages, four water-mills, 100a. pasture, 10a. meadow, in Hagley and Rugeley, worth 10l., held of the said bishop, by service of keeping ‘Rugeley baily’ within the king’s forest of Cannok.
A water-mill and 20s. rent, in Nuton, worth 40s., held of the lord Ferrers de Charteley, service unknown.
Manor of Horton, two messuages, 20a. meadow, 40a. pasture, in Horton, worth 4l., held of the said bishop, service unknown.
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348. RALPH NEVELL, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
Writ of Amotus 7 February, inquisition 27 June, 15 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 333. The tail is to Ralph and Edith and heirs of Ralph lawfully begotten, ‘body’ omitted.
YORK. Manors of Kyrkeby Moreshed, Brauncedale, Ferondale, Gellemore and Faddemore, worth 100l., Buttrecambe and Scraynham, worth 40l., Cottyngham and Witham, worth 100l., and two enclosures of pasture called ‘Mantholome,’ beside Beverley containing 30a., worth 53s. 4d., held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Nineteen pounds five shillings of fee farm to be received from the abbot of Kyrkstall from his manors of Collyngham and Bardesey.
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349. JOHN SAVAGE.
Writ 26 March, inquisition 2 November, 15 Henry VII.
John Savage, esquire, named in the writ, was seised of the under-mentioned moiety of the manor and alternate presentation of the church of Tollard, and, being so seised, enfeoffed Thomas Percy, the elder and Thomas Harvy thereof, to the intent that they should grant the same to him and the heirs of his body, with remainder to William Savage, chaplain, for life, with remainder as in No. 251, (i), save that the residue of the said moiety (3) is to remain on failure of Joan Dyllyngton’s issue to his own right heirs. Consideration, as in No. 251, 20l.
Death and heir as in No. 251.
WILTS. Moiety of the manor of Tollard, with the alternate presentation to the church of the said manor, worth 7l., held of the earl of March, as of the manor of Cranebourne, service unknown.
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350. RALPH NEVELL, EARL OF WESTMORELAND.
Writ of Mandamus 7 February, 15 Henry VII; inquisition Tuesday, the feast of St. Michael, the Archangel, 16 Henry VII.
Findings as in No. 253. Ralph, husband of Edith, is called the earl’s first-born son.
HUNTINGDON. Manor of Caldecotes, worth 10 marks, held of the king in chief, service at present unknown.
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