Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry IV, Entries 1000-1056

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry IV, Entries 1000-1056

1000 ROBERT DE ROOS
Writ for proof of age. Ralph Rocheford, knight, who has the wardship of a third part of the manor of Hunmanby by letters patent, should be warned. 3 Nov. 1411.
[Endorsed] He was warned by John Wessyngton, clerk, and John de Grene at the castle of Somerton to be at Fleet on 7 Nov.
LINCOLN. Proof of age. Fleet Hargate. 9 Nov.
Robert son of James de Roos, knight, was 21 on 1 Nov. last, having been born and baptised at Gedney. The jurors know this for the following reasons:
Richard de Flete of Holbeach, esquire, aged 42 years and more, was in the church and saw Robert raised from the font. John Holbech, esquire, his kinsman, who proved his age before the steward of the duchy of Lancaster, was born on 25 April before the birth of Robert.
John Spaldyng of Whaplode, esquire, 44 and more, was present at the baptism and saw Robert Basset, the vicar, baptising.
John Sutton of Long Sutton, 50 and more, was in the church. Nicholas de Roos, clerk, uncle of Robert, was godfather and called him Robert after Robert de Roos, his ancester.
John de Grene of Fleet, esquire, 60 and more, was in the church, saw the baptism and Robert Basset, the vicar, as the other godfather.
Gilbert Pynchebek of Whaplode, 50 and more, saw the baptism and Katharine Braunch as godmother.
John othe Feld of Holbeach, 54 and more, saw Robert carried to the church with unlit torches, saw the baptism, and saw him carried back with the torches burning.
John Veysy of Holbeach, 60 and more, saw the baptism and that night returning to Holbeach fell into a fen and was almost drowned.
William Teryngton of Gedney, 44 and more, was at the baptism and played with a player at buckler play (parmam?) there and broke his finger.
John Edward of Gedney, 50 and more, saw the baptism. John his son was born at Gedney on the eve of Palm Sunday before the birth, and is now a priest.
Thomas Male of Gedney, 50 and more, was in the church, was then a rent collector of James the father and delivered money to the steward of his household for the churching of the mother.
Geoffrey Welby of Whaplode, 50 and more, saw the baptism and married Agnes his wife in that year.
John Pynchebek of Whaplode, 44 and more, was in the church, and Anne his daughter was born on 18 Oct. preceding that day.
C 137/88, no.49
1001 FULK MOUTHE
Writ for proof of age. He is in the ward of Philip Egerton who should be informed. 26 Sept. 1412.
[Endorsed] He was warned by William Walker and Richard Feltone.
SHROPSHIRE. Inquisition. Shrewsbury. 27 Oct. 1412.
Fulk son and heir of John Mouthe and Elizabeth his wife was born at Wattlesborough on 22 Sept. 1390 and baptised in the church of Alberbury, and is now aged 21 years and more. The jurors know this for the following reasons:
John Corbet of Stanford, then aged 24, had a brother Robert who died and was buried on that day in that church.
Edmund Borelere, then 23, had a brother James who had a son born that day and baptised in the church at Pontesbury.
John Wytton, then 40: John Lyngeyn married Isabel his daughter that day in the church of Alberbury.
William Spencer, then 16, had a brother John who died and was buried in that church on that day.
John Gamell, then 17, had a brother called Diggory who was confirmed that day in St. Mary’s church, Shrewsbury, by Richard bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.
William Passelowe, then 26: that day Richard then earl of Arundel had a big feast at the castle of Shrawardine.
Roger Cleaton, then 20, had a brother Thomas born in Cleeton St. Mary and baptised in Silvington church, [no date given].
Richard Dru, then 20, had a brother John killed by Welsh robbers at Hargrave on that day.
Thomas Dad, then 22, had a sister called Agnes born that day and baptised in Hanwood church.
John Gomond, then 26, had a son John who died that day.
John Pastour, then 16, had a brother Richard presented to Hanwood church, [no date given].
John Laurance, then 24, was at Wattlesborough as a servant of John Mouthe and Elizabeth his wife.
C 137/88, no.50
1002 WILLIAM PAGHAM
Writ for proof of age. By the grant of John Golofre, knight, he is in the ward of William Makney who should be informed. 14 Dec. 1411.
[Endorsed] He was warned but did not come.
HAMPSHIRE. Proof of age. Southwick. 16 March 1412.
William brother and heir of John Pagham, a minor in the king’s ward, was born at Drayton in the parish of Farlington on 2 Nov. 1390 and baptised in Farlington church on the same day. The jurors know this for the following reasons:
Richard Beaumond, aged 44 years and more: his daughter Alice married Thomas atte Style on that day.
John Ranyle, 44 years and more, had a son William baptised there that day.
John Kentysshe and Thomas Swag, each 52 and more, were godfathers of Thomas son of William Bernham who was baptised in that church on that day.
Peter Fay and Andrew Halle, each 48 and more, set out on a pilgrimage to St. Thomas of Canterbury on that day.
John Bernard, senior, and John Bernard, junior, each 44 and more: their brother William set out for the Holy Land on the morrow of the baptism and died on the journey.
Stephen Tayllour and John Barrer, each 48 and more: on that day the king’s French enemies burnt Portsmouth near Drayton and the king’s bailiff warned them to be ready to resist.
John Byket and John Cornwayle, each 50 and more, were at the church before the baptism, and saw the suffragan bishop of Winchester reconsecrate it after the effusion of blood and pollution.
C 137/88, no.51
1003 WILLIAM DE CARNABY
Writ for proof of age. He is in the ward of Robert Tempest who should be informed. 20 April 1412.
[Endorsed] He was warned by John de Mitford and William Herston.
NORTHUMBERLAND. Proof of age. Corbridge. 3 May.
William son and heir of William de Carnaby was aged 21 on 31 March last and baptised in the church of Halton on that day [sic]. The jurors know this for the following reasons:
John Lisle, aged 50 years, bought a horse from William the father at Halton and saw William baptised in the church.
John Eryngton, 53, was in the church and dined with the father that day.
Richard Crawcestre, 48, was in the church, and whilst he was riding home his horse fell on him and he was badly injured.
Nicholas Turpyn, 47, was in the church, and returning to his home at Whitchester he met some huntsmen pursuing a fox from his own woods.
John Strother, 45: that day he and some neighbours hunting with a greyhound met women carrying William to the church for the baptism.
Thomas Hesilrygg, 49, hunting with John Strother met the same women.
John Belasis, 54, met the same, amongst them Katharine his niece who told him that Isabel mother of William was in danger of dying.
Nicholas Heron, 46, met Thomas Ormesby, vicar of Corbridge, that day and he said he was going to baptise William.
William Car, 58, was godfather with William Laweson, and he raised William from the font.
William Laweson, 46, was the other godfather and remained to dine with William the father.
John Hoggeson, 47, was returning home from court at Corbridge and met William being carried to the church.
William Richardson, 48, going to Corbridge that day to settle various disputes between William Raa and Nicholas Skelby, met William Car who told him that he had been godfather.
C 137/88, no.52
1004 JOHN NEWELONDE
Writ for proof of age. He is in the ward of Richard Redman, knight, who should be informed. 8 Oct. 1411.
[Endorsed] He was warned by William Banham and John Spycer.
ESSEX. Proof of age. Chelmsford. 27 Oct. 1411.
John son and heir of Richard Newelonde, esquire, was aged 21 on 6 Oct. last, having been born on 4 Oct. (Tuesday after Michaelmas) 1390 at Roxwell in the parish of Writtle and baptised in the chapel at Roxwell. The jurors know this for the following reasons:
John Stevenes, aged 42 years, that day met John Melior, formerly vicar of Good Easter, one of the godfathers.
John Chalk, 68, was farmer of Richard the father, and Katharine his wife was with the mother at the time of the baptism.
John Yonge, senior, 43, and John Fambrugge, 67, were at the church of Writtle to bury a grandfather of John Yonge that day.
John Rochell, 62, and John Illeigh, 48: John Rochell had a daughter born at the previous Easter and John Illeigh was the godfather.
Richard Poleygne, 43, William Souneman, senior, 66, and William Souneman, junior, 42, were at Writtle church and William Souneman, junior, married his wife that day.
William Chalk, 44, Thomas Haukyn, 52, and John Derby, 49, were at Roxwell chapel to which William Chalk carried John Newelonde.
C 137/88, no.53
1005 GILBERT UMFRAVILE
Writ for proof of age. He is in the ward of Ralph earl of Westmorland by the king’s grant. 28 Jan. 1412.
[Endorsed] Ralph earl of Westmorland was warned.
NORTHUMBERLAND. Proof of age. Newcastle upon Tyne castle. 5 March.
Gilbert son and heir of Thomas de Umfravile, knight, was aged 21 on 18 Oct. last, having been born at Harbottle castle and baptised in Harbottle church. The jurors know this for the following reasons:
Robert Lisle, knight, aged 50 years and more, rode that day to ask Gilbert de Acton to be godfather.
Wyncellan Dorstans, knight, 42 and more, rode that day to ask Gilbert abbot of Melrose to be the other godfather.
Robert Tempest, 43 and more, rode to ask Elizabeth Heron to be godmother.
Richard Craucestr, 50 and more, carried a basin and ewer to the church and was present at the baptism.
John Lysle, 44 and more, was building a new house at Harbottle that day.
Hugh Galon, 45 and more, accompanied Elizabeth Heron from Rothbury to Harbottle for the baptism.
Nicholas Turpyn, 46 and more, rode that day to Gamelspath to meet George earl of March.
William Galon, 47 and more, accompanied Gilbert de Acton from Felton to Harbottle.
John Ourde, 48 and more, rode to Newcastle that day to arrange the marriage of Katharine his daughter.
William Cramlyngton, 49 and more, was at the castle as steward of the household of Gilbert’s father.
William Butecom married Mary his wife that day.
Edward Wetewang, 51 and more, rode into Scotland with Robert Umfravill, uncle of Gilbert, with a great force.
C 137/88, no.54
1006 ROBERT DE YORK
Writ … [fragment only].
LONDON. Inquisition. 22 Aug. 1412.
Robert de York, cordwainer, held a brewhouse in Distaff Lane, annual value 53s.
He died about 22 May (Whitsun) 1401 without heirs. Whether he was a bastard is unknown.
C 137/88, no.56
1007 ELIZABETH DAUNTESEY
Writ to assign dower. 18 May 1411.
WILTSHIRE. Assignment of dower. Dauntsey. 1 Dec.
The escheator took the oath of Elizabeth not to marry without licence and assigned dower in the presence of Richard Brewer, John Huntre, Walter Founche and John Wodrove, farmers of the lands, and of Edward Partrych and Edward Browne, friends of Walter son and heir of John Dauntesey.
Assigned: the manors of Smithcot and Marden and the pasture commonly called ‘Wykeland’ formerly of John Dauntesey as reasonable dower, the annual values being as given in the inquisitions already returned.
C 137/88, no.57
1008 JOHN DE SUTTON OF HOUGHTON
Writ, precipimus, to the sheriff and escheator to hold an inquisition in accordance with the commission of the same date. 12 July 1412 [CPR 1408–13, pp.431–2].
NOTTINGHAM. Inquisition before the sheriff and escheator. Sutton on Trent. 27 Sept.
John de Sutton of Houghton had kinsmen and heirs, namely John Carleton of Holme, son of John de Carleton, son of Maud Snell, sister of Alice mother of John de Sutton, and Robert Sterke son of William son of Agnes Snell, sister of Alice mother of John, aged 40 years and 22 years and more.
C 137/88, no.58
1009 RICHARD TALMACH
Writ 24 Feb. 1413.
SUFFOLK. Inquisition. Capel. 14 March.
He held the manor of Bentley in his demesne as of fee of the king in chief as a quarter of a knight’s fee, annual value 10 marks.
He died on 19 Feb. last. John his son and heir is aged 50 years and more.
C 137/89, no.1
E 149/99, no.10
1010 JOHN MARSHALL OF BETLEY
Writ 20 Nov. 1412.
YORK. Inquisition. Doncaster. 7 Jan. 1413.
By the grant of Fulk Fitzwaryn, knight, and of the inheritance of Fulk, son of Fulk son of Fulk Fitzwaryn, he held for life in Edlington the site of a waste capital messuage, annual value 12d., 4 ruinous cottages, annual value 12d. each 7 waste tofts nil, 18 bovates of poor land at 2s.6d. each, 1 1/2 a. meadow 5s., 30 a. great old wood nil, and 3s.3d. in assize rents. Of whom they are held and by what service is unknown.
He died on 11 Nov. last.
C 137/89, no.2
1011 JOHN BAYEUX
Writ 24 Nov. 1412.
HUNTINGDON. Inquisition. Huntingdon. 25 Feb. 1413.
He held the manor of Covington in his demesne as of fee of John Cheyne, lord of Cogenhoe, of the manor of Cogenhoe by the service of half a knight’s fee, annual value 10 marks.
He died on 26 Feb. 1398. John his son and heir is aged 22 years and more.
Henry Mulsho has held and taken the profits since his death.
C 137/89, no.3
1012 JOHN RIGGEWEN
Writ 10 Nov. 1412.
HERTFORD. Inquisition. Buntingford. 14 March 1413.
He held in his demesne as of fee the manor called Dowsetts and messuages called Sutes, ‘Gernons’, ‘Warynes’, ‘Riggewynes’ and ‘Pyttemans’, and 200 a. arable, 30 a. meadow, 60 a. pasture and 40 a. wood in Standon.
The manor is held of the king in chief by a rent of 18d., annual value 100s., the messuage called Sutes, 62 a. arable, 4 a. meadow and 4 a. wood of John Redeswelle by a rent of 4d., annual value 40s. and the remainder of Edmund earl of March by a rent of 2s.6d., annual value 40s.
He died at Standon on 28 Oct. last. John his son and heir is aged 23 years. The escheator took all into the king’s hands.
C 137/89, no.4
1013 JOHN DE LEVYNGTON
Writ 6 Jan. 1413.
CUMBERLAND. Inquisition. Carlisle. 11 March.
He held in his demesne as of fee of the king in chief:
Westlinton, the hamlet, by a cornage rent of 13s. payable at the exchequer of Carlisle on Lady Day. Annual value only 13s.4d. because it lies on the border and is devastated by the Scots.
Gamelsby, half the vill and mill, with 1 tenement in Wiggonby, by a cornage rent of 3s. payable as above, annual value 20s.
Petteril, 30 a. so-called in the suburbs of Carlisle, by homage and fealty, annual value 20s.
Carlisle, 4 messuages, in free burgage by 4d. house-gavel rent payable to the bailiffs on 1 Aug., annual value 13s.4d.
Botcherby, 1 cottage, in socage by a rent of 12d. payable at the exchequer of Carlisle by equal parts at Michaelmas and Easter, annual value nil beyond the rent because totally devastated.
Upperby and ‘Panyfeld’ in the suburbs of Carlisle, 1 messuage and 6 a., by a rent of 12d. payable at the castle by equal parts at Easter and Michaelmas, annual value 2s.
He also held 1 messuage and 4 a. in Skelton of Lord Clifford by fealty and suit of court at Skelton, annual value 12d.
He died on 17 Nov. 1412. Katharine his wife survives him. John his son and heir is aged 2 1/2 years.
C 137/89, no.5
E 149/99, no.3
1014 JOAN BETTE
Writ 13 Nov. 1412.
CAMBRIDGE. Inquisition. Royston. 18 Jan. 1413.
On the day of the promulgation of a waivery at the suit of Nicholas Brakley in a plea of debt she held 6 a. in Swavesey in her demesne as of fee of Hugh de Burnell, knight, of his manor of Swavesey by fealty and a rent of 11d., annual value 2s.
She died on 23 Dec. 1409. John Davy of Fen Drayton, son of Maud her sister, is her kinsman and next heir, aged 64 years and more.
C 137/89, no.6
1015 THOMAS DYSTER
Writ 20 Jan. 1413.
NORTHAMPTON. Inquisition. Brackley. 26 Jan.
He held in his demesne as of fee of the king in chief by knight service 1 messuage and 1 virgate in Farthinghoe, annual value 13s.4d.
He died on 8 Sept. last. Helen his sister and next heir is aged 9 years and more.
C 137/89, no.7
E 149/99, no.11
1016 WILLIAM FAUKONER
Writ 20 Nov. 1412.
HAMPSHIRE. Inquisition. Basingstoke. 14 Jan. 1413.
He held nothing in Hampshire.
He died on 27 Oct. last. William his son and heir is aged 17 years and more.
C 137/89, no.9
1017 JOHN BEAUCHAMP, KNIGHT
Writ 18 Sept. 1412.
KENT. Inquisition. Dartford. 13 March 1413.
He held nothing in Kent.
He died on 13 April 1412. John his son and heir was aged 2 years on 14 Jan. last.
1018
Writ 18 Sept. 1412.
NORFOLK. Inquisition. Norwich. 28 Feb. 1413.
He held nothing in Norfolk.
Date of death as above. John his son and heir is aged 2 years and more.
1019
Writ 18 Sept. 1412.
SUFFOLK. Inquisition. Hadleigh. 6 March 1413.
He held nothing in Suffolk.
Date of death and heir as in last.
1020
Writ 18 Sept. 1412.
BEDFORD. Inquisition. Bedford. 22 Feb. 1413.
He held nothing in Bedfordshire.
Date of death and heir as above [no.1018].
1021
Writ 18 Sept. 1412.
OXFORD. Inquisition. Oxford. 6 March 1413.
He held nothing in Oxfordshire.
Date of death and heir as above [no.1018].
1022
Writ 18 Sept. 1412.
DORSET. Inquisition. Shaftesbury. 6 Feb. 1413.
He held nothing in Dorset.
Date of death and heir as above [no.1018].
C 137/89, no.10
E 152/447, no.1
1023 RICHARD BECKOTE, ESQUIRE
Writ 8 Nov. 1412.
HAMPSHIRE. Inquisition. Andover. 21 Dec.
In the right of Alice his wife, daughter and heir of Richard Candysh, he held the manor of South Tidworth called Middle Manor with the advowson for life by the courtesy of England of the earl of Kent of his manor of Queen Camel in Somerset, service unknown, annual value £20. Joan daughter and heir of Alice and wife of Robert Peny is next heir, aged 16 years and more.
Jointly with Edith his wife for the term of their lives he held a tenement called ‘le Purchas’ in South Tidworth of the above manor, service unknown, annual value 10 marks; and also 1 tenement and 1 carucate called Croc’s in the same manor of John Lyle of his manor of Chute, service unknown, annual value 10 marks.
He died on 8 April last. Robert Peny and Joan have held all since his death and taken the profits.
C 137/89, no.11
1024 WILLIAM BONEVYLE
Writ 20 Oct. 1412.
SOMERSET. Inquisition. Ilminster. 24 Nov.
The manor of Merriott, except the third part of a wood called Eggwood, fallow land by the wood, and half a messuage, 1 curtilage, 50 a. arable, 15 a. meadow, 1 watermill and 1 dovecot which Richard Slade held for life at Bowmill, Northdon and Crepe in the precincts of the manor and except 10 marks rent which was paid by Humphrey Stafford, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, came into the king’s hands and so remains owing to the death of Thomas Bonevyle and the minority of William his son and heir.
The third part of the wood etc., marked by metes and bounds, was assigned to Elizabeth as her portion in the division with Margaret her sister. The manor is held of the king in chief by knight service, annual value £22.
William the son of Thomas Bonevyle died on 28 Aug. last. John his brother was aged 12 on 21 May last.
1025
DORSET. Inquisition. Dorchester. 21 Nov. 1412.
One messuage, 1 mill, 4 carucates, 7 a. meadow, 6 a. wood and 20s. rent in Pimperne, Afflington, Moreton, Herston, Swanage, Arfleet Mills and Corfe Castle are in the king’s hands owing to the death of Thomas Bonevyle and the minority of William his son. All are held of the heir of the earl of March, a minor in the king’s ward, services unknown.
One carucate is in Pimperne, annual value 40s., the messuage, 1 carucate, 7 a. meadow and 6 a. wood in Afflington, 100s., 1/2 carucate and 5s. rent in Moreton, 20s., 1/2 carucate and 5s. rent in Herston, 20s., 1/2 carucate and 5s. rent in Swanage, 20s., the mill in Arfleet Mills, 6s.8d., and 1/2 carucate and 5s. rent in Corfe Castle, 13s.4d.
Date of death and heir as above.
C 137/89, no.12
1026 CHRISTINA WIFE OF RICHARD CLOPTON
Writ 4 Oct. 1412.
DEVON. Inquisition. Honiton. 29 Oct.
She held half a messuage, 120 a. arable, 11 a. meadow, 8 a. wood and 30 a. pasture in Bruckland in socage of the prior of Loders of his manor of Axmouth, annual value 15s.
She died on 5 Sept. last. John Crukerne her son and heir is aged 30 years and more.
1027
Writ, melius sciri, her estate not being given in the above inquisition. 20 Nov. 1412.
DEVON. Inquisition. Honiton. 24 Nov.
She held in her demesne as of fee in socage by a rent of 6d.
1028
Writ 4 Oct. 1412.
SOMERSET. Inquisition. Crewkerne. 15 Oct.
She held in her demesne as of fee:
Bickenhall, a third part of the manor, of the king in chief as a sixth part of a knight’s fee, annual value 5 marks.
Durborough, a sixth part of the manor, of Baldwin Malet, knight, service unknown, annual value 10s.10d.
Blatchwell, 3s.6d. rent from various tenements, payable by equal parts at the 4 principal feasts, of Alice de Stury, service unknown.
Huntspill, 26s.8d. rent from various tenants, of the inheritance of Fulk Fitzwaryn a minor in the king’s ward, service unknown.
Cossington, 2s.3d. rent, of John Brent, service unknown.
Catcot, 12d. rent, of Philip Hampton, service unknown.
Crewkerne, 5 messuages, 54 a. arable, 3 roods and 6 a. meadow and 2 a. pasture, jointly with John de Crukern of Childhay, her late husband, by the grant of Richard Norys of Childhay and John Rawlynes to them and his heirs by a charter shown to the jurors, of Edward Courtenay, service unknown, annual value 26s.8d.
She died on 5 Sept. last. John son and heir of John de Crukerne is aged 30 years and more.
1029
DORSET. Inquisition. Broadwindsor. 14 Oct. 1412.
She held the manor of Childhay in her demesne as of fee of Master Richard Courtenay, clerk, of his manor of Broadwindsor, service unknown, annual value 6 marks.
Jointly with John de Crukerne, her former husband, and John their son she held 1 messuage, 30 a. arable and 2 a. meadow in Hursey by the grant of Thomas son of Henry de Brokhampton to them and their heirs by his charter shown to the jurors. They are also held of Master Richard Courtenay, service unknown, annual value 16s. She also held jointly with the same 1 messuage, 10 a. arable, 1/2 a. meadow and 1 a. moor in the same place by the grant of Philip atte Watere and Agnes his wife by a fine [CP 25(1)/51/50, no.28]. They are held of the abbot of Ford, service unknown, annual value 8s.
Also jointly with her former husband she held 1 messuage, 1 dovecot, 30 a. arable, 10 a. meadow and pasture for 8 oxen in South Perrott for life by the grant of Richard Norays and John Haycrofte to them and his heirs by their charter shown to the jurors. They are held of Philip Mabank, service unknown, annual value 13s.4d.
Date of death and heir as above.
C 137/89, no.13
1030 JOAN WIFE OF LUKE MORELL
Commission to Robert Darcy, Richard Baynard and the escheator in Essex. 11 Nov. 1412 [CPR 1408–13, p.473].
ESSEX. Inquisition. Waltham Holy Cross. 15 Nov.
She held the manor and advowson of Bobbingworth for life with reversion to Thomas son and heir of Thomas de Enefeld, a minor in the king’s ward. By a fine of 1389 [CP 25(1)/69/248, no.291] Maud de Enefeld of Laver granted the reversion of the manor and advowson to Ralph de Tyle and Alice his wife and John his son with remainder to her heirs. Thomas son of Thomas de Enefeld is the kinsman and heir of Alice, being the son of Thomas brother of John father of Alice.
She also held 40s. rent in Bobbingworth for life with reversion to John de Boys and Margaret his wife and John de Baryngton and Alice his wife in the right of Alice and Margaret.
The manor and advowson are held of the earl of March, a minor in the king’s ward, of the honour of Clare, annual value 10 marks. They have been taken into the king’s hands.
She died on 22 May 1409. Who is her heir is unknown.
C 137/90, no.14
1031 ALICE WIDOW OF RALPH BASSET, KNIGHT
Writ 14 Oct. 1412.
LEICESTER. Inquisition. Ashby de la Zouch. 17 Nov.
She held a third part of the manors of Sapcote and Stanton in dower of Ralph of the inheritance of Elizabeth, wife of Richard Lord Grey, knight, daughter of Ralph, and Robert Moton, knight, son of William, son of Alice his other daughter. Sapcote is held of the king of the duchy of Lancaster of the honour of Leicester by knight service, annual value of the third part £6, Stanton of the heir of Baldwin de Frevyll, service unknown, annual value of the third part 100s.
She once held in fee tail the manor of Breedon on the Hill extending in Somerby, Little Dalby, Holwell and Ab Kettleby. She granted it to Roger Floure and others and his heirs and assigns, and they regranted it to her for life, and so she held it, annual value 40 marks.
She died on 12 Oct. last. Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Malory, knight, her son, is her next heir, aged 11 years and more.
1032
Writ 14 Oct. 1412.
STAFFORD. Inquisition. Rocester. 29 Oct.
She held a third part of the manor of Cheadle in dower of the inheritance of Elizabeth wife of Richard Lord Grey and Robert Moton, knight, as above. It is held of the earl of Stafford by a rent of 1 unmewed sparrowhawk, annual value of the third part £4.
She held half a watermill and 100s. rent in Cheadle by the grant by charter shown to the jurors of John de Heton, parson of Benefield, Robert Martell, Walter de Brompton and Thomas de Merdeley of Sutton to her and her heirs by Ralph Basset of Sapcote, knight. They are held of the earl of Stafford, service unknown, annual value £6, and should descend to Elizabeth as her daughter and heir.
Date of death as above. Elizabeth is aged 36 years and more, Robert Moton 30 and more.
1033
Writ 14 Oct. 1412.
DERBY. Inquisition. Derby. 28 Oct.
She held the manor of Langwith Bassett by the grant of John de Heton and others [as above]. It is held of Lord Deincourt, service unknown, annual value 10 marks, and should descend to Elizabeth [as above].
Date of death as above.
1034
Writ 14 Oct. 1412.
NORTHAMPTON. Inquisition. Bulwick. 5 Nov.
She held the manor of Benefield with the advowson except the castle, 1 messuage, 100 a. and half a virgate by the grant by charter shown to the jurors of John de Heton, rector of Benefield, Thomas de Pynchebek, Thomas de Merdeleye of Sutton, William de Burgh of Leicestershire, John de Bereford, vicar of Claybrooke, William Pilet of Screveton, Robert Rede, rector of Broughton Astley, John de Stapulton, John de Grenehull, rector of Stanton by Sapcote, and John de Cateby, rector of Careby, to Ralph and herself with successive remainders to the heirs male of their bodies and the heirs of their bodies. It is held of the abbot of Peterborough, service unknown, annual value £30, and should descend to Elizabeth wife of Richard Lord Grey.
The castle, messuage, 100 a. and 1/2 virgate she held in dower of Ralph of the inheritance of Elizabeth and of Robert Moton, knight, as above. They are held of the king in chief by knight service, annual value 9s.
Date of death as above.
1035
Writ 14 Oct. 1412.
LINCOLN. Inquisition. Corby. 9 Nov.
She held the castle and manor of Castle Bytham and the manors of Little Bytham, Counthorpe, Corby, Careby and Witham, except the great park of Bytham by the grant of Richard de Leicestre, parson of Caistor, John de Heton, parson of Benefield, John de Cateby, parson of Careby, and John de Grenehille, parson of Stanton, to Ralph and herself with remainder to their heirs male and the heirs of their bodies. They should descend to Elizabeth wife of Lord Grey and Robert Moton, knight, as above. Castle Bytham, Little Bytham and Counthorpe are held of Thomas of Lancaster, duke of Clarence, of the honour of Aumale, service unknown, annual value £36, Corby of the bishop of Lincoln, service unknown, annual value £20, Careby not of the king but of whom and by what service is unknown, annual value £10, and Witham of John Boteller by knight service, annual value 100s.
She held the manor of Cheal in Holland by the grant of John de Heton, rector of Benefield, Thomas de Pynchebeck and others as above [no.1034] by their charter. It is held of the bishop of Lincoln, service unknown, annual value £20, and should remain to Elizabeth as above.
She held the manor of Metheringham by the grant of John de Clynton, Ralph de Hastyng, Nicholas Beek, Richard de Herthull, John Paynell, knight, John de Grenehull, parson of Stanton, Philip Purfay and Richard de Leycestre to Ralph and herself and the heirs of their bodies by their charter shown to the jurors. It is not held of the king but of whom is unknown, annual value £10, and should descend to Elizabeth as above.
Date of death and ages of Elizabeth and Robert Moton as above.
C 137/90, no.15
E 149/98, no.6
1036 EDWARD BOTILLER, KNIGHT
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
CAMBRIDGE. Inquisition. Newmarket. 5 Dec.
He held half of a rent of 14s.8d. payable by equal parts at Easter and Michaelmas, and half of a rent of 10 capons at Easter, as part of half the manor of Exning and Newmarket called Botelers manor extending in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk in his demesne as of fee, annual value 7s.4d. and 15d.
He died on 10 Nov. last. Philip Boteller is his next heir, being the son of Philip, son of Ralph, brother of John his father, aged 24 years and more.
1037
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
SUFFOLK. Inquisition. Exning. 5 Dec.
He held half the manor of Exning and Newmarket called Botelers manor and half the market at Newmarket every Tuesday, in his demesne as of fee, and half of the view of frankpledge at 1 Aug. and half the profits of 2 general courts there yearly in the months of Easter and Michaelmas and half the profits of the fair on 11 June (St. Barnabas); of whom they are held is unknown, annual value £8.
He granted half the manor to Thomas Wykes for 12 years from 30 Sept. 1401, rendering £8 by equal parts at Easter and Michaelmas.
Date of death and heir as above.
1038
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
LINCOLN. Inquisition. Coningsby. 8 Dec.
He held in his demesne as of fee 2 1/2 bovates and 1/3 of 1/2 bovate in Haltham with meadow in ‘Knyghtisheng’ and a third part of 3 1/2 a. and 1 rood of wood in Wood Enderby, and 7 1/2 a. 1/4 rood meadow in Coningsby and Wilksby, annual value 20s.
He also held a third part of a knight’s fee in Tathwell which Master William de Loda formerly held, and a third part of 5 1/4 fees in Wintringham, Willingham, Risby and Threekingham which John Marmyon formerly held. They are held of others than the king, but of whom and of what value is unknown.
Date of death and heir as above.
[Endorsed] Memorandum that Philip came in person to chancery on 16 Dec. 1412 and declared that he was the heir and that the holdings were in fee tail.
1039
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
STAFFORD. Inquisition. Tamworth. 28 Nov.
By a fine of 1312 [CP 25(1)/285/28, no.41] Henry le Notte of Solihull granted the manor of Norbury except for a rent of 33s.6d. to Ralph le Botiler and Hawise his wife with successive remainders to the heirs of their bodies and his right heirs. They had issue John, senior, and Ralph Botiler of Woodhall. Edward is the son of John, senior, and Ralph had a son Philip of Woodhall, and he a son also Philip who is still living. Of whom the manor is held and by what service is unknown; annual value £24.
Date of death and heir as above.
1040
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
BEDFORD. Inquisition. Ampthill. 1 Dec.
By the fine of 1312 mentioned above Henry Notte granted to Ralph le Botiler and Hawise his wife 1 messuage, 2 1/2 carucates, 16 a. meadow, 40 a. wood and 40s. rent in Streatley, Wrest, Silsoe, Pulloxhill, Eyeworth, Faldo and Sharpenhoe and half the manor of Higham Gobion. Descent as above. All these holdings are commonly called the manor of Higham Gobion. There are assize rents and farm of demesne and mill, annual value £44 payable by equal parts at St. Andrew, Lady Day, Midsummer and Michaelmas. Baldwin Pygot claims to hold them all except the meadow, ‘Wrastmede’ in Wrest, which is held by Reynold Lord Grey of Ruthin by a rent of 2s. and by suit of court, but whether they are so held is unknown.
Date of death and heir as above.
1041
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
WARWICK. Inquisition. Solihull. 28 Nov.
By the fine of 1312 mentioned above Henry Notte granted to Ralph le Botiler and Hawise his wife 1 messuage, 3 carucates, 6 a. meadow, 50 a. wood, 32 a. pasture and £14 13s.6d. rent in Middleton by Drayton Bassett. Descent as above. They are held of the church of St. Edith of Tamworth by a rent of 3s. 6 1/4d., annual value £17.
He also held in fee tail the advowson of a prebend in the church of Tamworth.
Date of death and heir as above.
1042
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
NORTHAMPTON. Inquisition. Northampton. 10 Dec.
By a fine of 1312 [CP 25(1)/175/64, no.114] Henry Notte granted to Ralph le Botiler and Hawise his wife 4 a. wood and 60s. rent in Horton, held of others than the king, but of whom and by what service is unknown, annual value 12d. Descent as above.
By another fine of the same date [CP 25(1)/175/64, no.115] Thomas Paynel and Elizabeth his wife granted to Ralph and Hawise with successive remainders to their heirs and her right heirs 1 toft and 40s. rent in Northampton, held of the king in free burgage, annual value of the toft 2d. Descent as above.
John Lovell, knight, Warin Lucien, knight, Ralph Grene, esquire, Thomas Tikyll, Ralph Paries and Robert Chiselden held the manor and advowson of Collyweston and granted them by indenture to Edward for life with remainder to John Trussell, knight, for his life. They are held of Edward Dodyngsel, service unknown, annual value 5 marks.
Date of death and heir as above.
1043
Writ 12 Nov. 1412.
SHROPSHIRE. Inquisition. Shrewsbury. 2 Dec.
He held the manor of Church Pulverbatch in his demesne as of fee with the advowson of the free chapel there and various woods, which are parcel of the manor: the wood called Huglith defined by metes and bounds beginning at ‘Bretoneslye’ in the green way at the head of the spring, following the way as far as ‘Riddeleslouth’, then on the west is the wood of Peter son of Peter Corbet of Caus and Edward’s wood to the east, from ‘Riddeleslouth’ following the marked bounds to ‘le Riddelesycheshed’ and thence following the stream to the foot of the hill, from the foot of the hill to ‘Roundeoke’ as the bound is marked and from there to the end of the stream in ‘Marcheslye’; a wood called ‘Lythwodeshelde’ defined by metes and bounds and one called Steplewood similarly marked. The manor is held of the king in chief by the service of 1 knight’s fee. There is also a market on Mondays and a fair for 3 days yearly on the eve, feast and morrow of St. Edith (17 Sept.), annual value of all £18, of which £16 at Lady Day and Michaelmas by equal parts, and 40s. at Midsummer and Martinmas by equal parts.
Date of death and heir as above.
[Endorsed] Memorandum as above [no.1038].
C 137/90, no.16
E 149/99, no.1
1044 MAUD WIDOW OF THOMAS DE VEER, EARL OF OXFORD
Writ 27 Feb. 1413.
SUSSEX. Inquisition. Hailsham. 17 March.
She held the manor of Westdean for life with reversion to Thomas archbishop of Canterbury, Gerard Braybrok, knight, Thomas Feryby, clerk, John Bray of Epworth and Nicholas Mils, clerk, and their heirs and assigns by a fine of 1394 [CP 25(1)/290/57, no.274]. It is held of John Pelham, knight, of the honour of the Eagle, service unknown, annual value 12 marks.
She died on 25 Jan. last. The heir is unknown.
1045
Writ 27 Jan. 1413.
RUTLAND. Inquisition. Uppingham. 6 March.
She held the manor of Market Overton for life with reversion to Richard de Veer, now earl of Oxford. John de Horsham, clerk, granted the manor by charter to William de Wyngefeld, knight, and Joan his wife for the term of their lives with remainder to Thomas de Veer and Maud and the heirs of Thomas. William and Joan died, and Thomas being already dead Maud entered and held until the fortfeiture of Robert and from then until she died. The king by letters patent of 21 Dec. 1406 [CPR 1405–8, p.314] granted, with the assent of parliament, the reversion of the manor which was in the king’s hands on 1 March 1401 to Philippa widow of Robert duke of Ireland and to Richard son and heir of Aubrey earl of Oxford. On 20 May 1407 Philippa released her rights to Richard by indenture and the manor should descend to him. It is held of Edward de Hastynges by knight service, annual value 20 marks.
Date of death as above. Robert de Wylughby, son of William, son of Alice sister of Elizabeth mother of Maud, is her heir, aged 27 years and more.
1046
Writ 27 Jan. 1413.
BUCKINGHAM. Inquisition. Buckingham. 25 Feb.
She held in her demesne in fee tail after the possibility of issue was extinguished the manor of Chesham with view of frankpledge there under a fine of 1350 [CP 25(1)/287/43, no.449B], by which John de Veer and Maud his wife granted it with other holdings in other counties to Thomas, son of John, and Maud his wife, daughter of Ralph de Ufford, knight, and their heirs male with reversion to John and Maud. John died and the reversion in fee simple descended to Thomas and so to his son Robert. It is held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of Bulbeck, annual value £20.
She held in dower 1 toft, 15 a. arable, 20 a. meadow and 20s. rent in Cowley of the abbot of Abingdon by fealty, annual value 30s.
She held all the premises at the time of Robert’s forfeiture. On 21 Dec. 1406 the king granted to Philippa widow of Robert and to Richard son of Aubrey earl of Oxford and her heirs the reversions which were in his hands on 1 March 1401 owing to the forfeiture [CPR 1405–8, p.314]. Philippa released her rights to Richard on 20 May 1407 and the premises should therefore now descend to him.
Date of death and heir as above.
1047
Writ 27 Jan. 1413.
SUFFOLK. Inquisition. Lavenham. 8 March.
She held in dower of the king in chief by knight service the manors of Overhall and Nether Hall in Lavenham, annual values £35 and 78s., and the manor of Aldham with the tenement called ‘Helland’, annual value £20, all with reversion to Richard de Veer, earl of Oxford.
Letters patent of 21 Dec. 1406 [CPR 1405–8, p.314] recited that it was ordered in the parliament of 1401 that Philippa, widow of Robert duke of Ireland, should hold during the minority of Richard earl of Oxford the premises and reversions which she held in dower on 1 March 1401. She then held the manors of Canfield and Downham, rents in Tilbury juxta Clare and a third part of the manors of Prayors and Bourehall in Essex, and the manor of Kensington in Middlesex by assignment of Aubrey earl of Oxford. It was also ordered in that parliament that if Richard when he came of full age wished Philippa to have them for life he should then have the forfeited holdings of Robert duke of Ireland which had been taken into the hands of Richard II and which remained at that time in the present king’s hands. If he should not agree, his heirs would be permanently disinherited of them and Philippa should have them to herself and her heirs for ever by the king’s gift. Richard reached full age on 21 Dec. 1406 and confirmed Philippa in her dowry. The king granted the premises and reversions held on 1 March 1401 to Richard except the manors of Langley and Bradley in Berkshire and the reversions of the manors of Milton and Paston in Northamptonshire, of the manor of Chesham with view of frankpledge in Buckinghamshire, of the manor of Market Overton in Rutland, and of 1 toft, 15 a. arable, 20 a. meadow and 20s. rent in Cowley, Buckinghamshire, all of which the king formerly granted to Philippa and Richard and the heirs of Philipp a.
The reversion of these manors, forfeited by Robert duke of Ireland, was in the king’s hands on 1 March 1401 and the manors should now descend to Richard.
Date of death and heir as above.
1048
Writ 27 Jan. 1413.
LEICESTER. Inquisition. Melton Mowbray. 24 Feb.
She held the manor of Wigston Magna for life with reversion to Richard de Veer, earl of Oxford, and his heirs. Nicholas Gernon, knight, William de Wyngefeld, knight, John de Horsham, clerk, John de Haukewode, senior, and William de Wotton held that manor in their demesne as of fee and granted it to her for life by charter with remainder to the right heirs of Thomas. Robert duke of Ireland was then the son and heir of Thomas. The king granted on 21 Dec. 1408 that Philippa and Richard should have forfeited holdings which were in the king’s hands on 1 March 1401 as above [no.1047].
She held the manor of Wigston Magna for life at the time of the forfeiture of Robert with reversion to him, and the reversion was in the king’s hands on 1 March 1401. It is held of Lord Ferrers by knight service and should descend to Richard, annual value 24 marks.
Date of death and heir as above.
1049
Writ 27 Jan. 1413.
CAMBRIDGE. Inquisition. Cambridge. 11 March.
She held the manor of Great Abington in dower with reversion to Richard de Veer. The king granted on 21 Dec. 1406 that Philippa and Richard should have the forfeited holdings in the king’s hands on 1 March 1401 as above [no.1047]. Great Abington was held with reversion to Robert at the time of the forfeiture and the reversion came into the king’s hands. It is held of the king in chief by knight service, annual value £10.
Date of death and heir as above.
1050
Writ 27 Jan. 1413.
ESSEX. Inquisition. Chelmsford. 7 March.

She held the manors of Earls Colne and Bentley in dower with reversion to Richard now earl of Oxford. They are held of the king in chief, services unknown, annual values £10 and £15. The king granted on 21 Dec. 1406 as above [no.1047]. The reversion of these manors came into the king’s hands by the forfeiture of Robert, and they should now descend to Richard in virtue of the letters patent.
Date of death and heir as above.
1051
HERTFORD. Inquisition. Buntingford. 14 March 1413.
She held the manor of Great Hormead in dower with reversion to Richard earl of Oxford in virtue of letters patent of 21 Dec. 1406 by which the king granted as above [no.1047]. The reversion of the manor was held by Robert duke of Ireland at the time of his forfeiture and came into the king’s hands. Maud was dowered with it and it should descend to Richard. It is held of the king of the barony of Sanford, service unknown, annual value £20.
Date of death and heir as above.
1052
HERTFORD. Inquisition with the same jurors. Buntingford. 14 March 1413.
She held the manor of Wells for life with remainder to Paul Kyrton, now master and keeper, and the chaplains of the college of Pleshey and their successors. Richard II by letters patent [CPR 1391–6, pp.381–2] licensed his uncle Thomas duke of Gloucester to grant the reversion after the death of Maud, which he held, to the master and chaplains of Pleshey in pure alms. The duke granted it to John Kyrketon and the chaplains by a fine [CP 25(1)/90/102, no.157] shown to the jurors, and it should descend to the college.
The manor is held of William Bourghchier, knight, and Anne his wife, daughter and heir of the duke of Gloucester, annual value 10 marks.
Date of death as above.
1053
Writ 27 Jan. 1413.
KENT. Inquisition. Sittingbourne. 11 March.
She held the manor and advowson of Whitstable for life with remainder to the college of Pleshey. Richard II granted licence to the duke of Gloucester to grant the reversion of the manor and advowson of Whitstable and of the manor of Bockingfold to the college of Pleshey [CPR 1391–6, p.367]. By a fine of 1394 [CP 25(1)/110/243, no.894] the duke granted the reversion after the death of Maud who held for life. By her deed she granted all her estate in Bockingfold to the master and college, and held it no longer. The manors are held of William de Burghchier, knight, and Anne his wife, daughter and heir of the duke.
Annual value of Whitstable, the site nil, 180 a. arable at 12d., 20 a. salt marsh at 12d., 100 a. wood of which 5 may be cut each year, then 6s. each, assize rents payable at Martinmas £7 2s., at St. Andrew 12s., Candlemas 59s., and Lent 11s., 120 hens at Christmas at 2 1/2d., and 80 cocks at 3d., … eggs at Easter … 5d., on 8 Sept. 8 quarters of salt at 6s.8d.
She held the manor of Fleet for life in virtue of a fine of 1371 [CP 25(1)/288/49, no.719] by which Nicholas Gernon, knight, William de Wyngefeld, knight, John de Horsham, clerk, Walter de Wotton and John de Haukwod, senior, granted it with other manors in other counties to Thomas earl of Oxford and Maud with remainder to his heirs. It is held of the archbishop of Canterbury by suit of court every 3 weeks, and should descent to Richard in accordance with the king’s grant of 21 Dec. 1406 [as above]. There are 100 a. arable at 12d., 20 a. meadow at 12d., 16 a. pasture at 12d. and 30s. in assize rents payable at Martinmas and Midsummer by equal parts.
Date of death and heir as above.
C 137/90, no.17
E 149/99, no.2
1054 THOMAS DE MERSSHTON
Writ 14 Oct. 1412.
SHROPSHIRE. Inquisition. Munslow. 8 Nov.
He held in his demesne as of fee 1 messuage and half a virgate in Little Sutton of the king in chief in petty serjeanty by a rent of 5s. payable by equal parts at Lady Day and Michaelmas, annual value beyond that 3s.4d.
He held no more of the king, but whether of others is unknown.
He died on 20 Sept. 1411. William his brother and heir is aged 40 years and more, and has held since his death.
C 137/90, no.18 [writ only]
E 149/99, no.13
1055 JOHN VEEL, ESQUIRE
GLOUCESTER AND THE ADJACENT MARCH OF WALES. Inquisition ex officio. Hembury. 20 Oct. 1412.
He held the castle and manor of St. Fagans in the March in his demesne as of fee of Richard Lord le Despenser, a minor in the king’s ward, by knight service, annual value £10.
He also held the manor of Llyswyrny in his demesne as of fee, annual value 6 marks.
He died on 14 Jan. 1411. John his son and next heir is aged 3 years and no more. Edward duke of York has taken the profits since his death and is answerable to the king for them.
C 137/90, no.21
E 149/99, no.7
1056 ANNE, WIDOW OF FULK FITZWARYN
DOWER OF ANNE WIDOW OF FULK SON AND HEIR OF FULK FITZWARYN, 1412–3
DEVON
Beer Charter, 1/35 fee held by Philip Pearde, annual value 4s.
Kingston, 1/20 fee held by Robert Veale, 5s., and 1/20 fee held by Walter Roger, 5s.
Michelcombe, 1/20 fee held by John Jaycok, 5s.
Up Exe, 1/10 fee held by John Loigge, 10s.
Washbourne and Farmstone, 1 fee held by the heirs of John Waysbourne, 100s.
Warkleigh, 1/2 fee held by John Avenell, 50s.
Hathercombe, 1/4 fee held by Robert Blakwill, 25s.
[Hone], 1/4 fee held by William Hone, 25s.
Westcott, 1/4 fee held by Thomas Westcote, 25s.
Beer Charter, 1/20 fee held by Nicholas Fitzhugh, 5s., and 1/30 fee held by Henry Parkeman, 4s.
Gaddon, 1/30 fee held by William Wynchestre, 4s.
Woodrow, 1/26 fee held by Richard atte Wode, 4s.6d.
Worlington, 1/10 fee held by the heir of Walter Molton, 10s.
Marwood, 1/4 fee held by Richard Spenser, 25s.
GLOUCESTER
Bentham, 1/20 fee held by William Castyll, 5s., and 1/20 fee held by John Sewyn, 5s.
WILTSHIRE
Stanton St. Bernard, 1/2 fee held by Thomas Hobbes, 50s., and 1/2 fee held by Ingram Hampton, 50s.
Artington, 1/4 fee held by the heir of Henry de Guldeford, 26s.
SOMERSET
Alstone, 1/2 fee held by Thomas Pomeray, knight, of the manor of Huntspill, 50s.
Salthay, 1/2 fee held by Richard Boyton, 50s.
Worston, 1/4 fee held by Lady de Poulet, 25s.
Alstone, 1/4 fee held by Thomas Broke, knight, 25s.
Total £29 12s.6d.
DEVON, advowsons
Tawstock, annual value when it occurs £20.
Marwood, 20 marks.
Satterleigh, 2 marks.
Total [blank, actually £34 13s.4d.]
[Marginated] ‘A Dos’
DEVON
Warkleigh, 1/10 fee held by William atte Hull, 10s.
Rawstone, 1/2 fee held by the heir of Walter Rowlston, 50s.
‘Skatford’, 1/4 fee held by John Skatford, 25s.
Beer Charter, 1/20 fee held by William Wydecombe, 5s., 1/20 fee held by Henry Simon, 5s., 1/20 fee held by William Boys, 5s., 1/20 fee held by William Mayou, 5s., and 1/20 fee held by John Bron, 5s.
Leigh, 1/4 fee held by John Chidderlegh, 25s.
Foxhill, 1/4 fee held by John Wyke, 25s.
Worlington, 1/6 fee held by the heir of Peter Gorewell, 16s.8d.
WILTSHIRE
Stanton St. Bernard, 1/40 fee held by Robert Medeman, clerk, 2s.6d., and 1/30 fee held by John Burgeys, 3s.4d.
SOMERSET
Upper Weare, 1/2 fee held by Philip Hampton, 50s.
Lower Weare, 1/2 fee held by Richard Power, 50s.
Burnham, 1 fee held by William Wykham, 100s.
Bempstone, 1/2 fee in the hundred held by the heir of the earl of Ormond, 50s.
Huntspill, 1/2 fee held by Lord Harington, 50s.1/4 fee held by John Vernay, John Pokeswell, John Wevelescombe, John Orchard and Richard Clopton, 25s., 1/2 fee held by William Gascoyne and Robert Herward, 25s., 1/4 fee held by John Weston, 25s., 1/20 fee held by Hugh Bryton, 5s., 1/20 fee held by Richard Juwell, William Northlode and Christine Michell, 25s., and from the land of John Brenyng 1/4 fee held by Lord Harington, 25s.
Total £29 12s.6d.
SOMERSET, advowson
Huntspill, £20.
WILTSHIRE, advowson
Stanton St. Bernard, 6 marks.
SHROPSHIRE, advowsons
Whittington, 10 marks.
Selattyn, 6 marks.
Total [blank, actually £34 13s.4d.]
[Marginated] ‘B’
DEVON
Kingston, 1/30 fee held by William Somayster, 3s.4d.
Langstone, 1/8 fee held by Walter Farle of Langstone, 12s.6d.
Kingston, 1/6 fee held by Joan Clansy, 16s.8d.
Holne, 1/20 fee held by William atte Brigge, 5s.
North Holne, 1/18 fee held by John Stephyn and Alexander Shuteman, 5s.8d.
Newland, 1/50 held by John Lymbeare, 18d.
Warkleigh, 1/10 held by Richard Brademour, 10s.
Fishleigh, 1/2 fee held by John Elys of Fishleigh, 50s.
Beer Charter, 1/60 fee held by John Phelyp, 6s., 1/50 fee held by Henry Gordyng, 18d., 1/20 fee held by John Harry, 5s., 1/20 fee held by John Knyll, 5s., and 1/20 fee held by John Palmer, 5s.
Marwood, 1/20 fee held by Thomas Evyas, 5s.
Gaddon, 1/20 fee held by John Hardyng, 5s.
Bradfield and Stenhalle, 1/4 fee held by William Warlond, 25s.
Yondercott, 1/4 fee held by Giles Bampton, 25s., and 1/2 fee held by Hugh Tapele, 50s.
Worlington, 1/2 fee held by the heirs of John Ivelcombe and of Thomas Hodelesford, 25s., and 1/16 fee held by Alexander Pryeche, 6s.
GLOUCESTER
Bentham, 1/40 fee held by Richard Damede, 2s.6d., and 1/20 fee held by John Berkelegh, knight, 5s.
Huntspill, 1/2 fee held by John Norton, 50s.
SOMERSET
Crokeshams, 1/20 fee held by the heir of the earl of Ormond, 5s.
[Huntspill], 1/20 fee held by William Gover, 5s., 1/40 fee held by Robert Chamberleyn, 2s.6d., 1/10 fee held by William Whittok, 10s., and 1/20 fee held by John Gilbard, 5s.
East Pennard, 1/4 fee held by the abbot of Glastonbury, 25s.
Low Ham, 1/2 fee held by John Berkele, knight, 50s.
Dodeput and Overton, 1/2 fee held by John Reymond, 50s.
Hornblotton, 1/2 fee held by William Wason, 50s.
Pylle, 1/30 fee held by John Loryng, 20d.
BERKSHIRE
Wantage, 1/4 fee held by Richard Wydeford, 25s., 1/4 fee held by William Bron, 25s., and 1/8 fee held by Alice Wydeford, 12s.6d.
Total £29 13s.
DEVON, advowsons
Uffculme, £20.
Warkleigh, 6 marks.
Nymet Tracy, 6 marks.
SOMERSET, advowson
Pylle, 6 marks.
GLOUCESTER, advowson
Little Bentham, chantry, 40s.
Total [blank, actually £34]
C 137/90, no.20