Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 117

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A. E. Stamp. E. Salisbury. E. G. Atkinson. J. J. O'Reilly, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 117', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 10, Edward III, (London, 1921) pp. 32-40. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol10/pp32-40 [accessed 19 May 2024].

A. E. Stamp. E. Salisbury. E. G. Atkinson. J. J. O'Reilly. "Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 117", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 10, Edward III, (London, 1921) 32-40. British History Online, accessed May 19, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol10/pp32-40.

Stamp, A. E.. Salisbury, E.. Atkinson, E. G.. O'Reilly, J. J.. "Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 117", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 10, Edward III, (London, 1921). 32-40. British History Online. Web. 19 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol10/pp32-40.

Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 117

45. WILLIAM ROOS or DE ROOS of Hamelak.
Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
LINCOLN. Inq. Tuesday after St. Hilary, 26 Edward III.
Beuver. The castle and manor, with Wollesthorp, member of the said manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by knight’s service. Three carucates of land are only worth 60s. on account of the pestilence and for want of tenants; there are rents of tenants with the ward of the castle amounting to 26l. 18s. yearly, making a total value of 29l. 18s., charged with 10 marks yearly of fixed farm to the sheriff for the king.
Gousill. The manor held of Sir Edward the Prince by knight’s service. Robert de Hadesay and Alice his wife receive therefrom for their lives 10l. yearly.
Wragby. The manor held jointly with Margaret his wife because it was given by William de Roos, father of the deceased, to them and the heirs of their bodies. It is held of the king in chief.
Boston. Four messuages held of the earl of Richemond in socage; four messuages held of Roger de Petewardyn by knight’s service; 10a. land held of the earl of Richmond in socage, worth only 12d. an acre on account of the maintenance of the sea dykes and marsh; 7a. land held of the lord of Well by fealty only and are worth only 12d. an acre for the same reason. All held jointly as above.
Lincoln. [Edward III?] granted to the deceased and his heirs 100l. yearly rent from the bailiffs of the city of Lincoln, of which rent he died seised.
The day of his death the jury know not at present, because he died in parts beyond the seas. Thomas de Roos, his brother, aged 14 years and more, is his heir.
Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
NOTTINGHAM. Inq. taken at Nottingham, Wednesday after St. Hilary, 26 Edward III.
Orston. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of two knights’ fees jointly with Margaret his wife, of the gift of William de Roos, his father, to them and the heirs of their bodies. The extent includes two carucates of land, each containing four bovates, each bovate containing 16a. and being worth 2s.
Warsop. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by knight’s service jointly with the said Margaret as above. The extent includes three carucates of land containing 21 bovates, which are worth nothing yearly because they are uncultivated and vacant; a close called ‘le Brendhawe,’ and a park not enclosed.
Sutton upon Trent. The manor (extent given) held of Philippa queen of England as of the honour of Richemond by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee. The said manor pays yearly to Thomas de Roos 11s.; to the lord of Fledburgh 4s.; to the lord of Gresthorp 1lb. cummin and to the lord of Meryng 1lb. pepper.
Of the day of his death the jury know not, because he died without the realm of England. Heir as above, aged 15 years.
Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
LEICESTER. Inq. taken at Rademylde, 20 January, 26 Edward III.
He held certain lands, tenements and rents in the valley of Belver of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the castle of Belver, viz.:—
Rademyld. A capital messuage, a dovecot, 5 bovates of arable, 8a. meadow, a park and a spinney called ‘le Warenne’ of Beauver, the soil and pasture of which belong to the towns of Statherne, Plungarth and Barston and are worth nothing yearly because, if the thorns were cut, they could not grow again on account of the animals of the said townships feeding there. The pleas and perquisites of court are worth nothing because the court and view by custom there are always held at the town of Beauver, co. Lincoln. There is a certain custom called ‘palfreyselver,’ levied yearly on the towns of Botlesford, Normanton, Herdeby, Claxton, Muston, Howes, Barkeby, Queneby, and other hamlets in the county. It amounts to 4l. yearly and is payable to Roger Beler, tenant of the hundred of Framelond, for the use of the king, forming part of (infra) the said Roger’s farm for the said hundred.
He died in parts beyond the seas before the feast of St. Michael, but on what day the jury know not. Heir as above, aged 15 years at Christmas last.
Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
YORK. Inq. taken at York, Thursday before the Epiphany, 26 Edward III.
Helmeslay. The castle and manor (extent given), together with the manors of Harum, Housom and Lynton and tenements in Carleton, Bodlom and Pokelay (as below) pertaining to the said castle and manor, together with the reversion of the manor of Garton and of certain rents in Brakene, Middelton, Northdalton, Naburn and Tibethorp, now held in dower by Margery, late the wife of William de Roos, father of the deceased, of the inheritance of the said William de Roos. The premises are held of the king in chief as of the crown by service of a barony and by doing suit at the county of York every six weeks, doing suit at the trithings of Crakhowe and Yarlestre once a year at the next trithing after St. Michael and doing suit at the wapentakes of Ridale, Bulmere, Dikeryng and Buccros once a year at the next wapentake after the trithing after St. Michael, and by rendering to the king 11s. yearly for wapentake fines by the hands of the sheriff.
Helmeslay. The extent includes the castle, worth nothing within the walls, lands at ‘le Haghe,’ two water-mills in the hands of the lord, worth only 10l. yearly because most of the tenants there are dead through the great mortality of men lately arising in those parts; a common oven in the hands of the lord, worth only 40s. yearly for the same reason; parks with deer called ‘le Neupark’ and ‘le Oldpark,’ rent of the free burgesses who hold in fee from of old the borough of Helmesley, with the toll of market, fair and court of the said borough and render yearly for the same 11l. Decrease in value of land &c. through the said mortality.
Carleton. 71s. 6d. rent of tenants and 13s. rent commencing on Whitsunday, 27 Edward III, a ruined messuage and 16a. land formerly in the hands of tenants, and 24a. of the demesne meadows of the manor of Harum let to the tenants of Carleton in aid of their bovates at a rent of 12s. yearly.
Bodlom. 2s. rent of free men and a pair of spurs at Christmas or 6d., 26s. 8d. rent of tenants at will and a toft formerly in the hands of a free tenant, now unoccupied.
Pokelay. A common oven wont to pay 3s., now nothing.
Harum. The extent mentions 24a. meadow, which with the other demesne meadows are let to tenants of Carleton and Pokelay, and a common oven in the hands of the tenants at will, paying 6s. 8d. only. Decrease as above and also in Pokelay.
Housom. The extent includes a park with deer, rent of 4d. yearly from free tenants for ‘ploghsilver,’ two water-mills in one house which the tenants at will hold and pay 4l. yearly, and a common oven in the lord’s hands worth 6s. yearly.
Lynton. The extent includes 120a. land of assart of the forest of Galtres and a pasture called ‘Thakker’ within the said assart, which the said William de Roos held of the king in chief by fealty and by rendering 20s. yearly at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff; a fishery in Lyntonbek (?); a ruined messuage and a bovate of land in Al[dwark] in the lord’s hand through failure of blood (defectu sanguinis); rents of wheat by the London bushel &c.; and rents of foreign free tenants pertaining to the castle and manor of Helmesley for tenements in Bildesdale, Fryton and Oswaldkirk. Decrease as above.
Turnomhalle. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Durham by fealty and by service of rendering 8l. 16s. yearly. The extent includes four carucates of land, often inundated by the Ouse; 35a. meadow in places called ‘Swynale’ and ‘les Hagges’; a several pasture called ‘le Ker’; herbage in ‘les Dayles’ when they are not under water; the pasture ‘del Brend’; and a fishery in the river Ouse.
York. 100l. rent yearly in the city to be received by the hands of the bailiffs of the gift of the king’s progenitors in exchange for the castle of Werk, co. Northumberland. The tenements from which the said rent issues are held of the king in burgage by service of husgable yearly.
He held no other lands &c. in the county; but divers free tenants held of the said William divers lands &c. by homage and fealty and by scutage, but of the quantity of their services the jurors are at present altogether ignorant.
Of the day of his death they know not, because he died without the realm, as they understand. Heir as above, aged 16 years and more.
There should be in the castle of Helmesley a constable for the keeping of the same, receiving 3d. a day and a robe yearly, price 20s.; and a parker for the said parks, receiving 1 1/2d. a day and a robe yearly, price 10s.; and a maker of the paling (factor palicii) of the said parks for the mending thereof yearly, receiving every 12 weeks a quarter of corn and of fine wheat, price now 5s., and for his stipend 3s. yearly. The walls of the said castle, the houses and buildings now existing within the same cannot be maintained and repaired for less than 100s. yearly if they are to be kept in sufficient state until the lawful age of the said William’s heir; similarly, the houses and buildings in the manor of Housom for less than 40s. yearly and in the manor of Turnomhalle for less than 60s. yearly. In the manor of Housom there should be a parker for the keeping of the deer there, receiving 1 1/2d. a day and a robe yearly, price 10s.
The aforesaid Margery, late the wife of William de Roos (the father), holds in dower of the inheritance of the deceased the manor of Garton and the above rents in Brakene &c. and the manors of Seton, Storthwayt and Fulford and certain lands and rents in Wartre, Mechelburn, Herlethorp and Folkerthorp, which, after her death, ought to remain to the heir of the deceased. William de Stoppeham holds for his life certain tenements in Oswaldkirk, the reversion of which belongs to the same heir.
Writ, 6 December, 26 Edward III.
ESSEX. Inq. taken at Donemawe, Monday after the Purification, 27 Edward III.
Thaxstede. A quarter of the manor held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
He died on this side (citra) the feast of St. Michael last, but on what day the jury know not, because he died in parts beyond the seas.
Heir as above, aged 14 years and more, as is said.
Writ to Adam Fraunceys, mayor of the city of London and escheator there, 6 December, 26 Edward III.
LONDON. Inq. taken at London, 12 December, 26 Edward III.
Six shops and a garden in the parish of St. Katherine Colman, worth 4l. yearly, from which has to be subtracted 2s. yearly quit rent to the church of St. Katherine Colman and 20s. for repairs. They are held of the king in free burgage, as is the whole city of London.
He held no other lands &c. within the liberty of the said city.
The said William Roos, knight, on Sunday after St. Matthew, 25 Edward III, demised the premises to John de Blanchappelton, ‘fruturer,’ from Easter, 25 Edward III, for seven years for 60s. yearly The said John has paid the said rent to St. Michael last and is bound to pay 30s. at Easter next.
William de Roos died in the parts beyond seas, but on what day they cannot determine. Thomas his brother, aged 14 years, is his heir.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 15 February, 27 Edward III.
NOTTINGHAM. Inq. taken at Nottingham, Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 28 Edward III.
Warsop. The advowson of the church held of the king in chief.
He held no knights’ fees of the king in chief in the bailiwick.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 15 February, 27 Edward III.
LEICESTER. Inq. taken at Leicester, 6 October, 27 Edward III.
Barkeby. A moiety of a knight’s fee held by the master of Merton Halle, Oxford.
South Croxton. An eighth part of a knight’s fee held by the heirs of Thomas de Jargunvyll.
Hameldon. A third part of a fee held by the heirs of Roger de Somervyll.
Houby. A quarter of a fee held by the heirs of Walter de Houby; a quarter of a fee held by the heirs of Thomas de Multon.
Colde Overton. A fee held by the heirs of John de Segrave.
Houby. A thirtieth part of a fee held by John le Rous; a thirtieth part of a fee held by Robert Underthekirk.
Statherne. A thirtieth part of a fee held by the heirs of Thomas Neel and William de Herdeby.
Houby. A moiety of a fee held by the prior of Querdon [sic: Everdon ?].
Hungerton and Barkeby. A sixteenth part of a fee held by the master of St. John’s, Leicester.
Lobenham. A fee held by Thomas Holegod.
Gnypton. An eighth part of a fee held by the holders of the lands of Bracy.
Eyton. A sixteenth part of a fee held by William le Botyler.
Howes. A sixteenth part of a fee held by John Jarnels.
Normanton. A moiety of a fee held by the master of the order (milicie) of the Temple.
He had no advowsons in the county.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 15 February, 27 Edward III.
LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Wragby, 10 March, 28 Edward III.
Hadyngton. Half a fee held by the heir of Geoffrey the clerk.
Aslaghby and Repyngale. A third part of a knight’s fee held by the prior of Everdon.
Coryngham. Half a knight’s fee held by the heir of Thomas de Braunceby.
Messyngham. Half a knight’s fee held by the heir of William Marschall; an eighth part of a knight’s fee held by the abbot of Louth Park; a sixteenth part of a knight’s fee held by the prior of Thornholm.
Colby and Stilyngflet. A sixtieth part of a knight’s fee held by the prior of Norton.
Wotton. An eighth part of a knight’s fee held by the prior of Elsham.
Carleton Wildeker. A knight’s fee held by the abbot of Barlyngs.
Hatton, Paunton and Barkeworth. A knight’s fee held by William Breton.
Tiryhgton and Hardewyk. Half a fee and an eighth part of a knight’s fee held by Thomas de Titley and William de Handesaker.
Kynthorp. Half a fee held by Nicholas de Cantilupo.
Greyngham. Half a fee held by the prior of Newstead.
Melton. A fourteenth part of a knight’s fee held by Joan ad Crucem.
Uffyngton. A sixteenth part of a knight’s fee held by William son of Hugh; an eightieth part of a knight’s fee held by John de Ormesby; an eightieth part of a knight’s fee held by James Wodrof; an eightieth part of a knight’s fee held by Thomas de Langtoft.
Goushull, Wotton, Thornaton and Brunham. A knight’s fee held by the heir of Ralph Biron.
Talyngton. A quarter of a knight’s fee for the mill of Talyngton, by whom held the jury know not at present.
Burneham. A tenth part of a knight’s fee held by the heirs of Robert Ayryng.
Hauton by Wragby. The advowson of the church.
Wolsthorp. The advowson of the church.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 12 November, 28 Edward III.
YORK. Extent taken at York, Tuesday in the fourth week of Lent, 29 Edward III.
Yolton. Twelve bovates of land held by Elizabeth late the wife of William de Roos of Yolton by service of an eighth part of a knight’s fee; twelve bovates of land there held by Robert de Yolton by service of an eighth part of a knight’s fee.
Helmesley. A bovate of land held by the heirs of Simon Flesshewer and William Couper by service of a hundred and fourth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by the heir of Richard Maistre by service of a hundred and fourth part of a knight’s fee; tenements held by Christiana late the wife of John Douneour by service of a thirtieth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by Juliana and Agnes, heirs of William de la More, by service of a hundred and fourth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by John Vapurnont by service of a hundred and fourth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Simon de Yolton by service of a fifty-second part of a knight’s fee.
Lynton. Two bovates of land held by Elizabeth late the wife of William de Roos of Yolton by service of a fiftieth part of a knight’s fee.
Barton. Two carucates and four bovates of land held by Maud late the wife of William Brous, whom Alexander de Nevill married, by service of a third part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Richard son of Richard le Bercher by service of a forty-eighth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by Richard del Hill by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee.
Oswaldkirk. Three bovates of land held by William de Stopham by service of a fifty-third part of a knight’s fee; a messuage and 9a. land held by Alice and Emma, daughters of Agnes Merlyng, by service of a hundred and sixtieth part of a knight’s fee; a messuage and 9a. land held by Emma daughter of Maud, daughter of John de Jarkenvill, by service of a hundred and sixtieth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Richard le Scrop by service of an eightieth part of a knight’s fee; three bovates of land held by Richard son of Thomas de Pikeryng by service of a fifty-third part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by William de Scorton by service of a hundred and sixtieth part of a knight’s fee.
Ampelford. Three bovates of land held by Richard son of Thomas de Pikeryng by service of a fifty-third part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Margaret late the wife of Thomas de Pikeryng by service of a sixtieth part of a knight’s fee; eight bovates of land held by Thomas Criel by service of a fourteenth part of a knight’s fee.
Bodlom. Twelve bovates of land, late of John Sourdevale, held by William de Holthorp by service of an eighth part of a knight’s fee; four bovates of land, late of John de Multon, held by the same William by service of a twenty-fourth part of a knight’s fee.
Nonyngton. Four bovates of land held by William son of John de Pateshull by service of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee.
Ricolf. Two carucates of land held by the same William de Pateshull by service of a sixth part of a knight’s fee.
Aclum. Seven bovates of land held by the heir of William Crok, a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of a tenth part of a knight’s fee; five bovates of land held for life by . . late the wife of the said William Crok, married to John de Warthorp, of the inheritance of the said William by service of a fourteenth part of a knight’s fee.; ten bovates of land held by the heir of Robert Cornwaleys, a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of a seventh part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by John de Ryllyngton by service of a twenty-eighth part of a knight’s fee; two carucates of land late of Hugh Broune held by John de Levenyng by service of a fifth part of a knight’s fee.
Lepyngton. Certain tenements held by John de Melsa by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Sixendale. Eight bovates of land held by Gerard Salveyn by service of a twelfth part of a knight’s fee.
Levenyng. Ten bovates of land held by William de Levenyng by service of a twelfth part of a knight’s fee.
Levenyng and Aclum. Three carucates of land held by Geoffrey Trusbutte by service of a third part of a knight’s fee.
Rillyngton. Three bovates of land held by William son of Thomas le Clerc by service of a fiftieth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land late of Henry Paa, held by John de Sancto Ivone by service of a hundred and fiftieth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Robert son of Alice, late the wife of John de Langethwayt, a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of a sixty-fifth part of a knight’s fee.
Sledmere. Twenty bovates of land held by Richard le Scrop by service of a ninth part of a knight’s fee; ten bovates of land, late of Agnes de Wyvill, held by Ralph de Hastynges by service of an eighteenth part of a knight’s fee.
Tibethorp. The manor late of Henry son of Aucher, held by John de Depeden by service of a knight’s fee.
Housom. Two bovates of land held by William Lelman by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Walter Mareschal by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee; three and a half bovates of land, late of William Burdet, held by [Beatrice] late the wife of Thomas de Barton, whom Andrew Bogher married, by service of a fifty-fourth part of a knight’s fee; four bovates of land there held by William de Barton by service of a forty-eighth part of a knight’s fee.
Stilyngflete. Certain tenements held as of the fee of Trusbut by John de Gray by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Naburn. The manor held by William son of Nicholas Paumes as of the castle and honour of Belver by service of a knight’s fee.
Barthorp. Seven bovates of land held by John de Barthorp by service of a thirteenth part of a knight’s fee.
Wyvestow. Two bovates of land held by Beatrice late the wife of Thomas de Barton, whom Andrew Bogher married, by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee; twenty-two bovates of land held by . . late the wife of John de Bukton, whom William de Hanley married, by service of a fourteenth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Walter de Berghthorp by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by Walter Bosehale by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee; certain tenements held by the heir of John Wodecok, a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of a seventeenth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by . . heir of Robert de Fritheby, a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by Thomas son of Geoffrey Joyement by service of a hundred and fourth part of a knight’s fee.
Northdalton. Certain tenements held by Hugh de Charneles and Joan his wife by service of a third part of a knight’s fee; certain tenements held by John Bernak by service of a third part of a knight’s fee; certain tenements held by Edmund de Hastynges by service of a third part of a knight’s fee.
Herswell and Thorp. Certain tenements held by Gerard Salveyn by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Bubwyth. Six bovates of land held by John son of John de Melsa of Billyngeye by service of a twenty-first part of a knight’s fee.
Heselarton and Skakelthorp. Certain tenements held by Thomas de [Heselarton] by service of an eighth part of a knight’s fee.
Touthorp. Certain tenements held by Ralph de Nevill by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Gildousdale and Seton. Certain tenements held by Thomas de Bentele by service of a third part of a knight’s fee.
Brakne. The manor held by Gerard de Insula by service of a knight’s fee.
Wartre. Seven bovates of land held by William de Houton, since dead, whose heir is a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by John Freman by service of a hundred and ninety-second part of a knight’s fee; a moiety of a toft and of a bovate of land held by the heir of Adam Freman, a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of … . . part of a knight’s fee; a messuage held by John de Lepington by service of a three hundredth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by John son of William Dagoun by service of a hundred and ninety-second part of a knight’s fee.
Kibelingcotes and Etton. Certain tenements held by Adam de Everyngham by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Middelton. Twelve bovates of land held by John son of John de Cave by service of a twelfth part of a knight’s fee; a carucate of land held by Agnes late the wife of Robert de Middelton, whom Thomas de Sutton married, by service of a twelfth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land held by William son of Serlo by service of a thirty-second part of a knight’s fee; four bovates of land held by Richard son of Thomas Ward by service of a sixteenth part of a knight’s fee; two bovates of land, late of . . heir of Adam de Cossendale, held by the prior of Watton by service of a thirty-second part of a knight’s fee.
Swanlond. Four bovates of land held by Cecily late the wife of Nicholas son of John and by Robert son of Nicholas by service of a twenty-fourth part of a knight’s fee.
Wilughtoft. Eleven bovates of land held by Alice late the wife of James de Bosevill by service of a sixth part of a knight’s fee.
Brighton. Certain tenements held by James de Roos by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Mechelburn. Certain tenements held by James de Roos by service of a fourteenth part of a knight’s fee; certain tenements held by Hugh son of William de Bikernoll by service of a thirty-second part of a knight’s fee.
Garton. Four bovates of land held by Hugh de Garton by service of a twenty-fourth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by . . heir of Robert Mareschal, a minor in the king’s wardship, by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee; a bovate of land held by Alice daughter of Peter le Ferour, whom William de Lutton married, by service of a ninety-sixth part of a knight’s fee.
Ingmanthorp. The manor with its members &c. held by Robert de Roos of Ingmanthorp by service of two and a half knights’ fees.
Folkerthorp. A carucate of land held by Robert de Skirpenbek by service of a sixteenth part of a knight’s fee.
Werthorp. Certain tenements held by Thomas de Bruosa by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Rievall’. The advowson of the abbey. The abbot and convent held all their tenements there of the deceased in frank almoin.
Kirkeby Misperton. The advowson of the church, which is filled.
Wartre. The advowson of the priory. The prior and convent held all their tenements there of the deceased in frank almoin, as the jurors understand.
Lynton. The advowson of the chapel, which is void, but is insufficient to support a chaplain.
Pokeley. The advowson of the chapel.
He had no other fees or advowsons in the county.
C. Edw. III. File 117.