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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Richard II, File 7

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Richard II, File 7

166. Edward, prince of Wales
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 8 February, 2 Richard II
CHESTER. Certificate by the escheator of the knights’ fees and advowsons of churches held of the king as of the earl of Chester.
Fees in the hundred of Macclesfeld:—
Macclesfeld hundred. The serjeanty of the peace, held by Ralph de Daunport, knight, by service of grand serjeanty, providing 8 serjeants of the peace; and the office of poker (pokeria), held by Richard le Warde and Thomas Fiton of Pennale, by grand serjeanty.
Merpull. Held by Richard de Vernon, knight, by grand serjeanty.
Fulshawe. Held by the heirs of Richard Fyton by service of one knight’s fee.
Adelynton. Held by Robert de Legh by a fourth part of a knight’s fee.
Tyderyngton. Held by Robert de Tyderyngton by service of a fourth part of a knight’s fee.
Chedle. A moiety of the manor, held by William de Bulkeley by service of one knight’s fee and another moiety, held by John Savage by the same service.
Butteley. Held by John Pygot by grand serjeanty.
Mottrom Andrew. The manor, held by David de Calvylegh by grand serjeanty.
Taksale. Held by Edmund de Dounes by grand serjeanty.
A forestership. Held by Thomas Fitpn by grand serjeanty.
Sutton and Disteley. Land held by John de Sutton by grand serjeanty.
The heirs of Roger de Stanlegh hold their land by grand serjeanty.
Ratonfeld. Held by Thomas de Worth by grand serjeanty.
Bisteley. Held by the heirs of Jordan de Bisteley by grand serjeanty.
Total of fees: 11 1/2, worth 65l. yearly
Total of serjeanties: 11, worth 22l. yearly
Fees in the county of Chester:—
William, earl of Salisbury, steward of Cheshire, holds 2 1/2 knights’ fees.
John, duke of Lancaster, constable and marshal of Cheshire, holds 8 knights’ fees pertaining to the castle of Haulton.
Roger Lestraunge of Knokyn holds 5 knights’ fees.
Thomas de Dutton, knight, holds a fourth part of a knight’s fee.
Hugh de Venables of Kynderton holds 10 knights’ fees.
John de Audeley of Heley, knight, holds 4 knights’ fees.
Robert de Fouleshurst, knight, holds 3 knights’ fees.
Thomas de Hardern, knight, holds 7 knights’ fees.
William Trussel, knight, holds 4 1/2 knights’ fees.
Richard, earl of Arundel, holds 2 knights’ fees.
The parceners of Kyngesley hold a knight’s fee there.
Robert Grovenour holds 2 knights’ fees in Pulford and elsewhere.
Thomas del Hogh holds a third part of a knight’s fee.
The parceners of Haselwall hold two-thirds of a knight’s fee.
The heirs of Bertram de Moeles hold a fifth part of a knight’s fee.
The heirs of Peter de Thornton, knight, hold a knight’s fee.
The heirs of John de Boydell, knight, hold 4 1/2 knights’ fees.
The parceners of Litelneston hold a fourth part of a knight’s fee there.
Richard de Hoghton holds a fifth part of a knight’s fee in Molyngton Banastre.
Reynold de Grey, lord of Ruthyn, holds one knight’s fee.
Ralph de Vernon, knight, holds 5 knights’ fees, besides a sixth part of a knight’s fee of the barony of Nantwich (Wycymalbany) and 6 fees, a third part and an eighth part of a fee of the fees of Shipbrok.
Richard de Wynyngton, knight, holds a moiety and a sixth part of a knight’s fee, and another sixth part of a fee.
The heirs of Richard de Lostok hold a moiety of a knight’s fee and a sixth part of a fee.
The heirs of John de Wetenhale hold one fee and an eighth part and a sixth part of a fee.
The parceners of the barony of Malpas hold 6 knights’ fees.
The heirs of Simon de Provynce hold in Litel Salughhale a twentieth part of a knight’s fee.
The heirs of John de Orreby hold one knight’s fee in Focstapelford.
John Lovel, knight, and Alan Cheyne, knight, hold 3 knights’ fees.
Total number of fees in Macclesfeld hundred and the county of Chester, 85 1/30 fees.
Total value of fees, 1695l. 13s. 4d.
Total number of serjeanties, 11.
Total value of serjeanties, 22l.
Advowsons:—
Chester. The abbey, worth 666l. 13s. 4d. yearly.
Vale Royal. The abbey, worth 500l. yearly.
Dieulencres. The abbey, worth 300l. yearly.
Cumbermere. The abbey, worth 300l. yearly.
Basyngwerk. The abbey, worth 166l. 13s. 4d. yearly.
Chester. House of nuns of St. Mary, worth 40l. yearly.
Chester. Hospital of St. John the Baptist without the north gate, worth 100s.
Total value of advowsons, 1978l. 6s. 8d.
167.
Similar writ: 14 December, 2 Richard II
DEVON. Inq. taken at Exeter, Friday after the Epiphany, 2 Richard II.
The prince was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death of 20 knights’ fees and a twenty-fourth part of a fee pertaining to the manor of Bradenaisch, as follows:—
Cruwesmorchard and Alfresworthe. 2 knights’ fees, held by Robert de Cruwes.
Potyngdon. Half a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Robert Walrond and in the king’s hand by reason of their idiocy (ydeotrie).
Middelton. An eighth part of a knight’s fee, held by John de Mohun.
Yolleston. Half a knight’s fee and an eighth part of a fee, held by John Fraunceys.
Combe. A fourth part and an eighth part of a knight’s fee, held by the same John.
Bouclaunde Dyneham. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Maud Hardeneshull.
South Radeworthy. An eighth part of a knight’s fee, held by Thomas de Ralegh.
Bygworthy and Fenne. A ninth part of a knight’s fee, held by the same Thomas.
Bradeford. Half a knight’s fee, held by John de Legh.
Esse. Half a knight’s fee, held by Richard de Flemmyng.
Bontyngdon and Haggeston. Half a knight’s fee, held by the same Richard.
Wollecombe and Scottesnelegh. Half a knight’s fee, held by John Tracy.
Lyn. An eighth part of a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Geoffrey de Pyn.
Welhangre. A tenth part of a knight’s fee, held by the same heirs.
Lyn. An eighth part of a knight’s fee, held by William de Estcombe.
Little Caddelegh. An eighth part of a knight’s fee, held by John de Mohun.
Hykeryngton. A twelfth part of a knight’s fee, held by David de Forsshyll.
Hylkeryngton. A twelfth part of a knight’s fee, held by William de Radesprey.
Nutherton and Buclaunde Cayllou. One knight’s fee, held by Eustace Baron.
Haullescombe. A third part of a knight’s fee, held by William de Hespek.
Cobwynepell. A third part of a knight’s fee, held by the same William.
Matford. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by the same William.
Estlegh. A third part of a knight’s fee, held by John Hereward; two-thirds of a knight’s fee, held by the same John.
Southlegh. One knight’s fee, held by John de Legh.
Axemynstre. Half a knight’s fee, held by Stephen de Haccombe.
Estmenbury. One knight’s fee, held by Reynold Bernehous.
Estmembury. One knight’s fee, held by Henry de Membury.
Weryngeston and Rappyngesheye. One knight’s fee, held by John Tollere.
Harryg and Nutherton. One knight’s fee, held by John Partout.
Tettebourne and Farewode. Half a knight’s fee, held by William Dauney.
Cuddeford and Comb. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by Reynold de Clifford.
Prewill. Half a knight’s fee, held by William Dauney.
Forsshull. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by Richard de Forsshull.
Stafford, Sakemanneton and Comb Launceles. One knight’s fee, and a third part of a fee in Stafford, held by Joyce de Launceles.
168.
DEVON AND CORNWALL. Inq. taken at Launceston, Tuesday after the Epiphany, 2 Richard II.
The prince held knights’ fees and advowsons pertaining to the castles of Trematon and Launceston in the counties of Cornwall and Devon, as appears in the annexed schedule.
Schedule.
Fees pertaining to the honor of the castle of Launceveton:—
Cardynan and its members. 26 knights’ fees, held of the duke by John de Dynham, for which he shall provide 71 armed men to guard the said castle in time of war for 40 days at his own costs, each fee guarding its embrasure (karnellum) with one man, and if they must serve a longer time, then at the duke’s costs. The duke shall have wardship and marriage of the heir, if a minor: and, if the heir be of full age, the duke may take into his hands all the lands etc. of the said heir by virtue of his prerogative, and receive the issues thereof until the heir has done homage. Relief shall be given at the rate of 5 marks for every fee and no more, because they are fees of Mortain. The lands etc. held by John in the said fees are worth 165l. 6s. 8d. yearly.
Polroda. 6 knights’ fees, held by Walter de Carmynou, for which he shall guard the castle etc. in the same manner as John Dynham in proportion to the number of his fees, worth 30l. yearly.
Worthefole, Penhelle and Boterelliscastel. 12 knights’ fees, held by Roger de Botriaux on the same terms, worth 60l. yearly.
Rescradek. 4 knights’ fees, held by Gervase le Bray on the same terms, worth 20l. yearly.
[Unspecified]. 3 knights’ fees, held by the heir of Richard de Trethaek on the same terms, worth 15l. yearly.
Alet. 1 1/2 knights’ fees, held by John Hamely and Richard de Bakhampton on the same terms, worth 10l. yearly.
Trenewyth. One knight’s fee, held by William son of William [son of] Ivo on the same terms, worth 8l. yearly.
Tremodret. 3 knights’ fees and three-fourths of a fee, held by William de Botrigan on the same terms, worth 8l. yearly.
Hedenowe. One knight’s fee, held by John Walysbrew on the same terms, worth 10l. yearly.
Middelond. 10 knights’ fees, held by Thomas Payn and Walter son of William on the same terms, worth 50 marks yearly.
Helleston. 5 knights’ fees, held by James de Cobham on the same terms, worth 20l. yearly.
Aldeston, Hautysbear and Braye, co. Devon. 7 knights’ fees, held by Simon Flemyng on the same terms, worth 30l. yearly.
Fowyton. One knight’s fee, held by Ralph Daubenaye on the same terms, worth 40l. yearly.
Nowyngton. An eighth part of a knight’s fee, held by Ralph de Welyngton on the same terms, worth 100s. yearly.
Raddon in Devon. One knight’s fee, held by Robert Fitz Payn on the same terms, worth 100s. yearly.
Wadefast. One knight’s fee, held by the heir of Roger le Englys on the same terms, worth 40l. yearly.
Stratton. One knight’s fee, held by Ralph de Albo Monasterio on the same terms, worth 40l. yearly.
Efford. One knight’s fee, held by Thomas de Wamfort on the same terms, worth 18l. yearly.
Treurys. One knight’s fee, held by John Lercedekne on the same terms, worth 10 marks yearly.
Holtwall in Devon. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by the heir of Hereward Aychelyng on the same terms, worth 100s. yearly.
Penrosburdon. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Joan late the wife of William son of Robert on the same terms, worth 10 marks yearly.
Tyhudy [and] Trealga. One knight’s fee, held by William Basset on the same terms, worth 20l. yearly.
Heyneston, co. Devon. 2 knights’ fees, held by Walter de Bradeston on the same terms, worth 20l. yearly.
Tregony. 12 knights’ fees, held by Henry de la Pomerey on the same terms, worth 30l. yearly.
Lannoumur. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by John Gyffard on the same terms, worth 12l. yearly.
Horcote, Wynyerton and Merthyn. 5 knights’ fees, held by Roger Carmynou on the same terms, worth 10l. yearly.
Tamerton. Half a knight’s fee, held by Walter de Carmynou on the same terms, worth 10l. yearly.
Carnan and Blyston. One knight’s fee, held by the earl of Warwyk on the same terms, worth 60l. yearly.
Alwerton. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Alice Lile on the same terms, worth 30l. yearly.
Tiwardraith and Landewayn. 21 knights’ fees, held by William de Chambernoun on the same terms, worth 95l. yearly.
Rostrangeth. 12 knights’ fees, held by William Daumar’ and Joan, his wife, on the same terms, worth 43l. yearly.
Trevesquit. 2 knights’ fees, held by Roger le Jeow and the heir of William Casse on the same terms, worth 28l. yearly.
Wodewygy. A third part of a knight’s fee, held by Henry de Botrigan on the same terms, worth 50s. yearly.
Elerky. One knight’s fee, held by John Lercedeken on the same terms, worth 30l. yearly.
Pleyn. One knight’s fee, held by the abbot of Neweham on the same terms, worth 100s. yearly.
Trenuwath. One knight’s fee, held by Ralph Beaupre on the same terms, worth 40l. yearly.
Lantyan. 9 knights’ fees, held by John de Monte Acuto on the same terms, worth 20l. yearly.
Trelosle and Northhill. One knight’s fee, held by John Daune, knight, on the same terms, worth 20l. yearly.
Total number of fees, 158 1/3.
Liskirret. Moieties of a knight’s fee, held respectively by Simon de (sic) Pincerna and Henry son of [Simon] (fn. 1) Count, are in the lord’s hand.
Fees pertaining to the castle of Trematon:—
Bukkebury. One knight’s fee, lately held by Stephen Haccombe, extended at 20l. yearly.
Hyughaton and Lyppeston. One knight’s fee, held by the same, extended at 100s. yearly.
Ore and La Grove. Two-thirds of a knight’s fee, held by the same, extended at 100s. yearly.
Nottedon. One knight’s fee, held by the same, extended at 100s. yearly.
Holewill. A third part of a knight’s fee, held by the same, extended at 40s. yearly.
The above fees are held in chief by John Chevereston.
Schypham. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Thomas Chambernoun, extended at 100s. yearly.
Badeston, Saltecombe, Wymondesham and Godeford. 2 knights’ fees, held by Robert Carndon, extended at 10l. yearly.
Orcharton. One knight’s fee, held by John Prodeaux, extended at 100s. yearly.
Torpek, Trevaluard and Spridelliscombe. 2 knights’ fees, held by John atte Torre, extended at 12l. yearly.
Torigge, Lopperigge, Leye and Payneston. 2 knights’ fees, held by John Mountagu, extended at 100s. yearly.
Makre, Sutton and Kyngestamerton. One knight’s fee, held by John Wauford, extended at 100s. yearly.
Herpford, Stokelegh and Trenelowan. 2 knights’ fees, held by John Cergeaux, extended at 10l. yearly.
Hardston, Venton, Hareknolle and Penhauger. 6 knights’ fees, held by William de Bodbran, extended at 15l. yearly.
Northlodebrok, Southlodebrok, Baucombe, Langham and Trethynek. 3 knights’ fees, held by Geoffrey de Lodebrok, extended at 10l. yearly.
Brodok, Racchwill and Appelderneford. 3 knights’ fees, held by Edward Courtenay, extended at 10l. yearly.
Halton, Pilaton, Nodetorre, Trewornam and Tremur. 4 knights’ fees, held by the heir of Roger Inkepenne, extended at 20l. yearly.
Trevygou. A knight’s fee, held by John Lercedeken, extended at 5 marks yearly.
Tregantel and Combe. 1 1/2 knights’ fees, held by William Talbot, extended at 150s. yearly.
Ynyswork. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Thomas Chambernoun, extended at 10l. yearly.
Disert. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by John Carmynou, extended at 40s. yearly.
Trewynt. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Walter de West, extended at 40s. yearly.
Callilond. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by the baron of Stafford, extended at 10l. yearly.
Kelligreu. A knight’s fee, held by John Kelligreu, extended at 5 marks yearly.
Nanladren [and] St. Goran. 2 knights’ fees, held by John Nansladren, extended at 10 marks yearly.
Bere. 21 knights’ fees in the manor with its members, held by Martin de Ferariis extended at 150 marks yearly.
Total number of fees of the castle of Trematon, 59 1/2.
Total value of the same, 259l. 6s. 8d.
169.
Similar writ: Gloucester, 16 October, 2 Richard II
LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Kyrkton, Satuday before St. Gregory, 2 Richard II.
The prince held the under-mentioned advowsons of the king in chief.
Frothyngham. The advowson of the church, worth 40l. yearly.
Helmeswell. The advowson of the church, worth 20l. yearly.
Spryngthorp. The advowson of the church, worth 12 marks yearly.
Hepham. The advowson of the church, worth 12 marks yearly.
Pilham. The advowson of the church, worth 10 marks yearly.
As to knights’ fees, the jurors know nothing.
170.
Writ of Mandamus to William de Ermyn, treasurer of Calais, and Robert de Langeton, mayor thereof. 3 March, 2 Richard II.
CALAIS. Inq. taken at Calais, Tuesday, 26 April, 1 (sic) Richard II.
The jurors do not know on what day the prince died. He held the following tenements of Edward III:—
Two cottages on the west side of ‘Skopstolestrete’ now let to William Frith, merchant, for 73s. 4d. yearly. They extend lengthwise from a tenement formerly belonging to John atte Lane, late burgess of Calais, on the north, and two cottages lately held of the prince by Roger de Coventre but now vacant and waste because they were burnt down about Easter, 1 Richard II, on the south.
A vacant plot of land, now in the possession of the captain of Calais, extending from the above cottages towards the north as far as the prince’s inn towards the south.
A vacant plot of land extending from the said inn on the north as far as the south wall of the town.
Divers houses on the east side of ‘le Frereslane,’ extending from a tenement formerly belonging to John atte Lane, who lately acquired it from William de Teynton, on the north, as far as the prince’s said inn on the south. Four of them are leased at farm by the treasurer of Calais to divers merchants of the staple of wools at 16l. 6s. 8d. yearly from the Purification last; and four are in the possession of the captain of Calais.
An inn commonly called ‘the princes inne,’ with a garden adjacent thereto.
Divers houses and vacant plots on the west side of ‘le Freslane,’ extending from the houses of the Carmelite Friars on the north as far as a vacant plot of land, now held by Giles son and heir of Fulk Scriveyn, on which were formerly two cottages with a garden which Edward III by his charter gave to the said Fulk and Joan, his wife, and their heirs.
A plot of land extending from the said two cottages as far as the south wall of the town.
Ever since the prince’s death the above-mentioned houses, inn and vacant plots have been in possession of the captains of Calais at a rent of 20l. yearly; and they render 4s. yearly to the hospital of St. Nicholas, Calais, [and] two watchmen for the garrison of the town.
A cottage with a vacant plot on the west side of ‘Scopestolestrete,’ abutting on a tenement which John atte Lane lately acquired from John Brounfeld, late burgess of Calais, on the north. The plot and cottage are now held by John Ultyng, title not known.
171.
Writ of certiorari concerning the prince’s advowsons. 5 April, 2 Richard II
CORNWALL. Inq. taken at Lostwithiel, 20 April, 2 Richard II.
The following were taken into the hands of Edward III on account of the prince’s death.
Tiwardraith. The priory, worth 100l. yearly.
St. Michael’s Mount. The priory, worth 100 marks yearly.
St. Buryan (Sancta Beriana). The free chapel, the deanery whereof, with the 3 prebends, is worth 100 marks yearly.
Stithians (Sancta Stediana). The church, worth 40 marks yearly.
Creed (Sancta Crida). The church, worth 20l. yearly.
Helliston in Trigg. The church of St. Michael in the manor, worth 20 marks yearly.
Lanteglos. The church, worth 40 marks yearly.
Bliston. The church, worth 20l. yearly.
Stoke in Clymeslond. The church, worth 40 marks yearly.
Callistoke. The church, worth 20l. yearly.
Tremeton. The church of St. Stephen, worth 80 marks yearly.
172.
Writ of certiorari super vero valore feodorum &c., 12 February, 2 Richard II
HERTFORD. Inq. taken at St. Albans, 10 May, 2 Richard II.
The prince held the under-mentioned knights’ fees on the day of his death.
Langeleye. 11 knights’ fees, formerly held by Stephen Cheynduyt, worth 35l. yearly; a third part of a knight’s fee, formerly held by Juliana Cheynduyt, worth 16s. 8d. yearly; a third part of a knight’s fee, formerly held by William Blakevill, worth 16s. 8d. yearly; and a moiety of a knight’s fee, formerly held by Thomas Bolistrod, worth 50s. yearly. Wavenden. One knight’s fee, formerly held by the heir of Paulin Peivre, worth 100s. yearly.
Wygynton, Bettelowe and Gatesden. 2 knights’ fees, formerly held by Geoffrey de Lucy, worth 10l. yearly.
Hemelhamstede. A moiety of a knight’s fee, formerly held by William son of Luke, worth 50s. yearly; and a moiety of a knight’s fee, formerly held by William le Veisy, worth 50s. yearly.
Stapilford. One knight’s fee, formerly held by William Gobyoun, worth 100s. yearly.
Blakemere and Hertford. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, formerly held by John Lodewyk, worth 25s. yearly.
Brikendon. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, formerly held by William Kelleseye, worth 25s. yearly.
Widewale. A tenth part of a knight’s fee, formerly held by Thomas de Scalariis, worth 10s. yearly.
Braghyng. A moiety of a knight’s fee, lately held by Henry de Pentelowe, worth 50s. yearly; and a moiety of a knight’s fee, now held by the prior of Holy Trinity, London, worth 50s. yearly.
Pendele. One knight’s fee, formerly held by John Aynel, worth 100s. yearly.
173.
ESSEX. Inq. taken at Great Hallyngbery, 14 May, 2 Richard II.
The prince held no fees or advowsons in the county.
174.
Similar writ: 12 February, 2 Richard II
WORCESTER. Inq. taken at Wych (undated).
The prince held no fees or advowsons in the county.
175.
Similar writ: 12 February, 2 Richard II
RUTLAND. Inq. taken at Uppyngham, Wednesday in Easter week, 3 Richard II.
The prince held the under-mentioned knights’ fees and advowson on the day of his death.
Aswell. A moiety of a knight’s fee, worth 20 marks yearly, and the advowson of the church, worth 20l. yearly, now held by John Daprichcourt. The prince held the said moiety and advowson as of the honor of Chester.
Bisbrok. A sixth part of a knight’s fee, now held by Richard Nevyle, worth 40s. yearly.
Riale and Belmesthorp. 2 knights’ fees, now held by the princess, worth 20l. yearly.
Wyssenden. A moiety of a knight’s fee, now held by the princess, worth 10l. yearly.
Exton. A knight’s fee, now held by Joan late the wife of Nicholas Grene, worth 40 marks yearly.
176.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. taken on 9 March, 3 Richard II.
The prince held the following fees and advowson in chief.
Croulton. A moiety of a knight’s fee, formerly held by Miles de Bello Campo, worth 50s. yearly.
Blacolvesle and Foxle. 2 knights’ fees, formerly held by John de Foxle, worth 10l. yearly.
Blacolvesle. A third part of a knight’s fee, formerly held by Stephen Cheyndut, worth 40s. yearly; one knight’s fee, formerly held by the same Stephen, worth 100s. yearly; one knight’s fee, formerly held by William Farundon, worth 100s. yearly; and one knight’s fee, formerly held by Philip le Rose, worth 100s. yearly.
Haselbech, Olthorp, Carlton and Fortho. 2 knights’ fees, held by Geoffrey Lucy, worth 10l. yearly.
Fortho. A moiety of a knight’s fee, now held by John Leveden, worth 50s. yearly.
Cosgrave. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Ancoressa le Straunge, worth 50s. yearly.
Bouden, Arthyngworthe, Dyngele, Oxindon and Farndon. 3 knights’ fees, formerly held by Luke Quatermarc, worth 15l. yearly.
Estneston. A knight’s fee, lately held by the heir of William le Estre, worth 20 marks yearly.
Great Harwedon, Little Harwedon, Clypston, Broughton, Hochecote, Isham and Sclipton. 5 knights’ fees, formerly Geoffrey Leukenor’s, now Simon Symon’s, worth 30l. yearly.
Braybrok. A knight’s fee, now held by Thomas Latymer, worth 100s. yearly.
Preston. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Gilbert de Preston, worth 50s. yearly.
Middelton. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Philip Basset, worth 50s. yearly.
Roddeston. A moiety of a knight’s fee, lately held by Thomas Lucy, worth 100s. yearly.
Slapton. A knight’s fee, now held by Geoffrey Lucy, worth 10 marks yearly.
Byfeld. A knight’s fee, lately held by William Longespy, worth 100s. yearly.
Zelvertoft. A knight’s fee, held by Richard del Huse, worth 10 marks yearly.
Bucbrok, Neubotle, Claxthorp and Bryngton. 3 1/2 knight’s fees, now held by John Ferrers, worth 20l. yearly.
Rokyngham. The township (villata), worth 100s. yearly.
Weldon. The township, worth 20 marks yearly.
Thenforde. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Hugh de Dyngele and William Chedwyn, worth 50s. yearly.
Siresham. A moiety of a knight’s fee, now held by the prior of Brackele, worth 50s. yearly.
Croulton. A moiety of a knight’s fee, now held by Thomas Wakeleyn, worth 50s. yearly.
Wolaston. A knight’s fee, formerly held by Saer (Seirus) de Wolaston, worth 100s. yearly.
Wylby. A knight’s fee, now held by William Latymer, lord of Danby, worth 100s. yearly.
Ocle. 2 knights’ fees, held by Simon de Ocle, worth 20 marks yearly.
Thorp by Banbury. 2 knights’ fees, held by Henry Pynkenye, worth 10l. yearly.
Lylleford. One knight’s fee, held by Walter Olyfart, worth 100s. yearly.
Sprotton. A moiety of a knight’s fee, held by Robert de Sprotton, worth 50s. yearly.
Bodyngdon. A moiety of a knight’s fee, lately held by Maurice de Bodyndon, worth 50s. yearly.
Croulton. The advowson of the church, worth 20 marks yearly.
177.
Similar writ: 12 February, 2 Richard II
BEDFORD. Extent made at Shefforde, 2 May, 2 Richard II.
Hougton. A knight’s fee, held by John Conquest, worth 100s. yearly.
Stratton. A knight’s fee, held by Robert ate Hoo, worth 100s. yearly.
Wavynden. A knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Paulin Peyver, worth 100s. yearly.
Clopham, Ocle and [Masse]worth. 2 knights’ fees, held by Richard Whytacre, worth 10l. yearly; and half a knight’s fee, held by Alexander Stoppesle, worth 50s. yearly.
The prince held the above knights’ fees in his demesne as of fee of Edward III. He was not seised of any advowsons in the county.
178.
BUCKINGHAM. Extent made at Wendovere, 3 May, 2 Richard II.
Radeclyve and Chakemor. A knight’s fee, held by the bishop of Winchester, worth 100s. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church of Radeclyve, worth 20 marks yearly.
Thornton. A knight’s fee, worth 100s. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church, worth 40 marks yearly.
Queynton. 1 1/2 knights’ fees, now held by John Goloffre, worth 7l. 10s. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church, worth 40 marks yearly.
Fletemerston. A knight’s fee, now held by John Nernyte, knight, worth 100s. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church, worth 20 marks yearly.
Pychelestorn and Seybrook. Two-thirds of a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Juliana de Cheyndut, worth 66s. 8d. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church of Pychelestorn, worth 20 marks yearly.
Saunderdon. A knight’s fee, now held by John de la Hay, knight, and Gerard Braybrok, knight (each holding a moiety), worth 100s. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church, worth 100s. yearly.
Haurugge. A knight’s fee and a fourth part and a fifth part of two-thirds [of a fee], held by Edmund Cook, worth 8l. 3s. 4d. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church, worth 100s. yearly.
Little Merlawe. A knight’s fee, held equally by John Welton and the heir of Miles de Beuchamp, worth 100s. yearly, to which pertained the advowson of the church, worth 10 marks yearly.
Hucham. 1 1/2 knights’ fees, now held by the heir of Miles de Beuchamp, to which pertains the advowson of the church, worth 7l. 10s. yearly.
Bychynden. A knight’s fee, held by William Molyns, knight, worth 100s. yearly.
Masseworthe. 2 knights’ fees, held by John de le Hay and Robert Swynerton, knights, and Thomas Peyver, worth 10l. yearly.
Isynhamstede Latemer. One knight’s fee, held by Isabel lady Latemer, worth 100s. yearly.
Wycombe. Half a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Thomas Gerveys and the tenants of Angodesfe, worth 50s. yearly; a fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by Simon Warde, worth 25s. yearly; and a fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by the master of the hospital of St. John, Wycombe, worth 25s. yearly.
Dorneye. A knight’s fee, held by Clemency Neuwenham, worth 100s. yearly.
Hedessore. A knight’s fee, held by Ralph Rastwold, the younger, worth 100s. yearly.
Bradewelle. Half a knight’s fee, held by John Kymbelle, worth 50s. yearly.
Botclaydon. Half a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of John de Grey, worth 50s. yearly.
Hicforde. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of John de Grey, worth 25s. yearly; and a fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by Giles de le Mote, worth 25s. yearly.
Cherdeslee and Upton. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Walter ate Water, worth 25s. yearly.
Oclee. A knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Robert Fitz Elys, worth 100s. yearly.
Shobyndon. 2 knights’ fees, held by the heirs of John de Grey, worth 10l. yearly.
Ethrop, Cryndewelle, Aysshyndon and Hamme. 3 knights’ fees, held by Simon Darches, worth 15l. yearly.
Aston Sanforde. Half a knight’s fee, held by Aubrey de Veer, worth 50s. yearly.
Wyngrave. A knight’s fee, held by Warin de Insula and Thomas Frembaud, worth 100s. yearly; and a fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by Edmund Crook, worth 25s. yearly.
Nunehuyde. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by the heirs of Henry Bryt, worth 25s. yearly.
Staunton Barry. A knight’s fee, held by William Barry, worth 100s. yearly.
Westbury, Radeclyve, Chakemor and Chacombe. One knight’s fee and a half and a third part of a fee, held by John Straunge, worth 9l. 3s. 4d.
Adynton. A knight’s fee, held by William Molyns, knight, worth 100s. yearly.
Thornton. A knight’s fee, held by John Chastelon, worth 100s. yearly, to which pertains the advowson of the church, worth 20 marks yearly.
Wolfnysham and Dodeforde. 2 knights’ fees, held by the abbot of Bytlesden, worth 10l. yearly.
Woketon, Weston and Loughton. 2 knights’ fees and a twentieth part of a fee, held by the heirs of Hugh de Woketon and others, worth 10l. 5s. yearly.
Swonbourne. Half a knight’s fee, held by the heir of Walter Godard, worth 50s. yearly.
Salden with its members. Two-thirds of a knight’s fee, held by the lady Isabel, late daughter of Edward III, worth 66s. 8d. yearly.
Yllysdon. A knight’s fee, held by the abbot of Nottele, worth 100s. yearly.
Lynforde and Northcote. A third part of a knight’s fee, held by Robert de Luton, worth 33s. 4d. yearly.
Drayton. Half a knight’s fee, held by William Cheyne, worth 50s. yearly.
Wedon and Aumodesham. A knight’s fee, held by the bishop of Winchester and the heirs of John de Wedon, worth 100s. yearly.
Bechehamton. A fourth part of a knight’s fee, held by Thomas Coudray, worth 25s. yearly.
Ever. A knight’s fee, held by the college of Wyndessore, worth 100s. yearly, to which fee pertains the advowson of the church, worth 100s. yearly.
All the above fees etc. were held by the prince in chief of Edward III.
Wodesdon. The manor was held of the prince, as of the honour of Walingford, by the earl of Devon, by a yearly payment of 6s. 8d. to the castle of Walingford and by suit to the view of frankpledge of Queynton; but whether it is held by knight’s service or not the jurors know not.
The prince was not seised in his demesne as of fee of any advowsons of churches in the escheator’s bailiwick.
Extent of the knights’ fees and advowsons of Edward late prince of Wales. (Tabular arrangements of the above fees in the counties of Northampton, Rutland, Bedford, Buckingham, Hertford, Cornwall, Devon, Chester and Lincoln, divided into three equal parts, of which one is marked ‘dos’).
C. Ric. II. File 7 (whole file)

Footnotes

  • 1. The repetition of the name Simon is a mistake on the part of the scribe.