Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 81

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 81

Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 81

423. EDMUND THE KING’S BROTHER.
Writ to the escheator this side Trent, whereas the said Edmund on the contract of marriage between him and Lady Blanche, queen of Navarre, Campania and Brie, countess Palatine (Palentine), granted to her by letters patent, confirmed by the king, a third part of all his lands &c., and his whole right in the earldom of Ferrers, to hold in dower for her life; the escheator is commanded forthwith to deliver to the said queen what the said Edmund had in the said earldom, which is in the king’s hand, to hold in dower; and also to extend all the other lands &c. which the said Edmund held &c. in his bailiwick, and which are in the king’s hand by reason of the minority of his heir, that the king may assign her dower thereof to the said queen, 3 July, 25 Edw. I.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. made at Little Browton by Eylesbury on Thursday the feast of the Assumption, 25 Edw. I.
Little Browton, Bebbegrave, Weston and Caldecote. The manor (extent given), including a free court at Weston every three weeks and two views of frankpledge yearly, held of the king in chief of the earldom of Leicester (service unspecified).
Endorsed: Sum of these extents 639l. 3s. 5d., from which 114l. 16s. 7d. are subtracted for the manors of Reddleye, Menstreworth and Shapewyk, demised by Sir Edmund for life. Sum remaining clear, 524l. 6s. 10d., whereof a third part is 174l. 15s. 7 1/4d.
[ (fn. 1) BERKS. Hungerford. The town (extent given) with a park and market.]
WILTS. Extent, Sunday after the Assumption, 25 Edw. I.
Everle and Colynggeburn Earl’s alias Colynggeborn. The manors (extents given), tenure unspecified.
DORSET. Inq. Thursday after St. Katharine, 26 Edw. I.
Schapewyke. The manor (extent given), including a fair (nundine) on the feast of St. Bartholomew, and church-scot (cheresetto) of 60 hens and 20 cocks on the feast of St. Martin, held of the king in chief for 1 1/2 knight’s fee, and granted by the said Edmund to Peter de Champayne for life for 30l. yearly.
Schapewyke. Three parts of a knight’s fee are held by Peter de Champayne; 1/4 knight’s fee is held by Richard de Haveringes; and 1/2 knight’s fee is held by John de la Granette; all by service of scutage.
No advowson of a church pertains to the said Edmund in the county.
WARWICK. Extent, Wednesday before St. Bartholomew, 25 Edw. I.
Kenleworthe. The castle and mill with the dams (cum bayis), meadow land with moor, a park, herbage and pannage of a foreign wood, 20 marks assised rent, and pleas &c. of courts worth a mark, tenure unspecified. The custody of the castle exceeds the value of this extent by 100s. at least, besides works and the repair of the castle.
There is in the county a view of frankpledge of the honour of Leicester worth 20s. yearly.
LEICESTER. Extent (undated).
Leicester. A chief manor in the town which is not extended propter recaptionem, 320a. land, 44a meadow, a hide of pasture, 34l. 4s. 3 1/2d. rent of free tenants, free tenants outside the town rendering 39s. 6d. and 1lb. cummin yearly, two water-mills, and two windmills, with the ovens (furnis) of the town, pleas &c. of the court of Leicester and of the great foreign court of Leicester (magne curie Leyc’ de forinces’), and tolls of the market (de foro).
Hynkele. A manor (extent given), including pasture called Scydleye, an oven and tolls.
Sculton [alias Shulton]. A manor (extent given), including the park of Tolowe [alias Tholawe], which is not extended because the earl’s bailiff has all his animals there at his will.
Dersford. A manor (extent given), including a park.
Sir Edmund paid from the manor of Leicester 29l. 17s. 5 1/2d. in ancient alms.
Leicester. The forest, which is worth 10l. a year.
Tenures unspecified.
Endorsed: Memorandum of 40 marks which are rendered yearly from the manor of Gunthorp at the castle of Leicester and are not put in this extent.
STAFFORD. Inq. Sunday after St. Margaret, 25 Edw. I.
Lands and tenements in the foreign (in forinceco) of Newcastle, viz.—
[Newcastle.] A capital messuage which is the site of a castle not built, surrounded by a great preserve (magnus vivarius), and 4a. meadow and a wood near Newcastle.
Penkel. 8 bovates in demesne held by customers, 34 bovates held by 18 sokemen, 144 1/2a. held by the men of Penkel, a field called ‘le Colhokesfeld’ with 5a. meadow in Wateleg, 38 1/2a. on ‘le Stuwes’ held by the men of Newcastle, pasture called Gonemedemor, an enclosure (defensum), and a plot of meadow called ‘le dungmemor’ and 8a. villenage land held by 8 customers who do hay services jointly with 4 customers of Wlstaneton.
Wlstaneton. 8 bovates of land in demesne held by 18 men, 8 men who hold 10 bovates, 4 customers holding 4 bovates who ought to do similar works with the 8 customers of Penkel; waste lands enclosed and let (arrentatis) in the time of Ralph de Burgo and other bailiffs, 127a. held by the men of Wlstaneton and Newcastle, ‘le Gosegrene,’ a plot of land held by Ralph Wrchip, two meadows held by Ralph de Wlstaneton at will, 9 cottages, and a plot called ‘le Brademede’ held by Ralph Wrchip.
Scheperug. 4 bovates of land held by 6 customers, 115 1/2a. held by the men of Scheperug and Newcastle, 2 cottages and a water-mill.
Clayton. 16 bovates of land held by customers, 106 1/2a. held by Walter Stoyl and others, 5 cottages and a little plot called ‘le Dunamemor.’
Schelton. 10 1/2 ware of land containing 42 bovates held by sokemen, 61 1/2a. of assart held at will by the men of Schelton, 1a. held by Walter de Boterton, 2a. in the lord’s hand, a water-mill, 6 cottars (named), and a coal mine.
Hanley alias Hanleg, held in fee by Robert lord of Hanley, who renders 6s. yearly, and 1/2 mark for licence to enclose 31a. waste, and owes homage, wardship, marriage, relief, and suit every three weeks, and he shall find a man on foot in the castle for forty days at his own charges in time of war, but in time of peace he gives nothing for the said guard.
Schertelyme. 169a. of enclosed waste, part held by the lord of Boterton, rendering 6s. yearly, and part held by the township of Boterton rendering ….
Fenton, held in fee by Robert de Standon, rendering 7s. 4d. yearly and doing homage, and doing other services as the lord of Hanley above.
Longeton, held as above by Roger de Bogenholt, rendering 5s. yearly, and for his foreign (alienis) lands 11s. 6d.
Stafford. The burgesses render 12d. yearly on the feast of SS. Peter and Paul by the hands of the reeve of Penk[hull], and they used of old to render 2s. (?)
Cnotton alias Curtton. The manor held by Peter de Arderne, Ranulph de Bromley and Robert de Cnotton for a knight’s fee for …. yearly, and they owe homage, wardship, relief, suit &c.
Views of frankpledge are held twice yearly at the courts next after Michaelmas and Easter.
Perquisites of the court are worth 40s. yearly.
The ferry of ‘la mere’ is worth 40d. yearly.
The church of Stoke with its chapels, viz.:—Newcastle, Wytemor, Norton, Burwardeslym, and the chapel of St. Mary by the preserve (vivarium) of Newcastle, are in the lord’s gift (spectant ad donationem domini).
The church of Wlstaneton with the chapel of Kel are likewise in his gift.
Similar writ to the escheator beyond Trent, 3 July, 25 Edw. I.
Endorsed: Lancaster …, York …, Derby …, Northumberland.
DERBY. Extent of the manor of Meleborn, made on Sunday after the Assumption, 25 Edw. I.
Meleborn. The manor (extent given), including a park and a several fishery in the river Trente, tenure unspecified.
DERBY. Extent of the lands and tenements late of Sir Edmund the king’s brother, except the lands which are of the earldom of Ferrars, made at Esseburn, on Saturday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 25 Edw. I.
Esseburn. The town held in fee, where there are two fairs, a market, toll, ferries and an oven, two mills, 12l. rent of tofts, 27a. meadow, a wood, and 60a. land in demesne.
Underwode. 74s. 7 1/4d. rent of tenants in villenage.
Bredlowe. 57s. 11d. rent of free tenants, 27s. 4d. rent of tenants in bondage, 50s. 6d. rent of tenants at will by the acre, works worth 7s., an enclosure (defensum) worth 10s., meadow, herbage, a toft, 3a. land and 9a. meadow.
Benteleg. 37s. by weight rent of free tenants, and 22 1/2d. blanch (de albo), 40d. rent of a mill, and 8d. from a small meadow.
Thorp. 39s. 9 1/4d. rent of free tenants.
Mapilton. 41s. 2 1/2d. rent of free tenants.
Eyton. 10s. 6 1/2d. rent of free tenants.
Hunsindon. 8s. 1 3/4d. rent of free tenants.
Alsop. 45s. 7 1/4d. rent of free tenants.
Peverewyʒ. 4 messuages, a bovate of land, 40s. rent by weight and 3s. blanch, and 7s. 3d. rent of tofts.
Hokenaston. 60s. 20d. rent by weight and 13s. 1/2d. rent by tale (per numerum).
Caldelowe. 2d. rent.
Kersinton. 4l. 13 1/4d. rent.
Crumford. 47s. 1/2d. rent.
Snitterton. 22s. rent by weight and 13d. blanch.
Wednesleg. 40s. rent of free tenants.
Hopton. 37s. 3/4d. rent of free tenants, 43s. 4d. rent of tenants in villenage, 5s. tallage of villeins, and 12d. for beaupleader (pulchre placitand’).
Middelton. 30s. 3d. rent.
Over Bontesale. 30s. 3d. rent of free tenants.
Wirkesworth. A capital messuage &c., 100a. arable, 23a. meadow, 24s. rent of free tenants by charter, 18s. 3 1/2d. rent of tenants without charter, 24s. rent of tenants of assart at will, 46s. 5 1/2d. rent of tenants by ancient tenure, 4l. 13d. from tenants in bondage, 69s. rent of tenants of meadow at will, a fulling-mill, a water-mill, a market, a several pasture, 13s. 4d. tallage of tenants, and 3s. for beaupleader. The tenants of the wapentake give 12l. instead of (pro) a palfrey.
Yrton [alias Irton]. 72s. rent of free tenants.
Matlok. 79s. 1 1/2d. rent of tenants of demesne land, 31s. 1d. rent of tenants of ‘le Forland,’ 34s. 3d. rent of cottagers, 4l. 8s. 5 1/4d. rent of tenants in villenage, rents of hens, an enclosure (defensum) worth 8s., a water-mill worth 4l., half a mark tallage of customers, and 29s. 4 1/4d. rent of free tenants.
(Unspecified.) Pleas and perquisites worth 20l. in common years.
He had no other lands in the bailiwick, except the lands which he held of the earldom of Ferrars.
YORK; WAPENTAKES OF PIKERING, ESINGWALD AND SCALLEBY. Extent (undated).
Pikering (extent given), including an insecure (debile) castle, a demesne meadow called ‘Kingesheng,’’ containing 40a. of which 10a. are reserved for the bailiff’s horses, meadow in ‘Constabilheng,’ ‘le Frith,’ and Daleby, and the agistment of Daleby and adjacent dales, the turbary of Watmor, the park of Blaundebi, tolls of the market, works called ‘lovebones,’ rents of burgages, lands &c. let at will (arrentat’ ad voluntatem) in Gothelaund and Alenetoftes and in the forest, works of Midelton called ‘waterbones,’ 61s. 2d. rent of the barony, 2s. from the view of frankpledge of Levisham, 63s. 4d, paid by the earl Marshal for his bailiwick of Scaleby, works of fencing (hurcinii), pleas &c. of the wapentake, of the bailiwick of Pikering and of the forest, 4 bovates of escheat late of Thomas de Floxton and 6 bovates which the king recovered by writ of quo warranto in Scalleby, 9s. from 12a. in Gothelaund which Robert le Ridere and William Launceleved held, a mill, 3 bovates of land in Scaleby, and 5s. from the marsh of Folketon; and amongst deductions there are 60s. for the maintenance of a chaplain in the castle celebrating for the souls of the king’s predecessors, and 20s. for her life to Sapientia formerly Sir Edmund’s nurse.
Esingwald and Hoby. The manor, worth 41l. 14s. 5 1/2d. yearly in assised rent, and 40s. yearly in pleas &c. of court.
LANCASTER; WATENTAKE OF AUMONDERNESSE. Extent made on the morrow of the Assumption, 25 Edw. I.
Singelton. The town worth 21l. yearly.
Rigby. The town worth 19l. 11s. yearly.
Le Wra. Free tenants.
Preston. The borough renders 15l. yearly.
Hodersale. The town renders 5s. yearly.
Halston. The town renders 4s. yearly.
Grymeshargh. The town renders 3s. yearly.
Rilbilton. The town renders 8s. yearly.
Assheton. The town renders 10s. yearly.
Lee. The town renders 40d. yearly.
(Unspecified.) William (sic) de Clifton renders 40s. yearly.
Thornton. The town with its members renders 20s. yearly.
Haconeshowe with Preshowe. The town renders two crossbows (albastr’) yearly.
Stalmyn with Staynel. The town [renders] 10s. yearly.
Hamelton. The town renders 40s. yearly.
Gosnargh. The town renders 18s. 8d. yearly.
Brogton. The town renders 8s. yearly, and 10s. for having common in the forest of Fulwode.
Halgton. The town renders 2s. yearly.
Billisburgh. The town renders 2s. yearly.
Singelton. The abbot of Cokersand holds the grange and renders 20s. yearly.
Staynyng. The abbot of Whallay holds the grange and renders 4s. yearly.
Plumpton. The town renders 17s. 4d. yearly.
Fyssewyk. The town renders 7s. 8d. yearly.
Great Merton renders 5s. yearly.
Little Merton renders 10s. yearly.
Laton with its members, held by William le Botiller by knights’ service, rendering 10s. yearly.
(Unspecified.) 1/2 knight’s fee held by Theobald le Botiller, rendering 5s. yearly; 1/2 knight’s fee held by Ingram de Gynes, Walter de Faucomberge and Marmaduke (sic), rendering 5s. yearly; and a knight’s fee held by Adam de Frekelton rendering 10s. yearly.
Kelgrimeshargh and Brynyng, held by the heir of Bethum rendering 2s. 6d. yearly.
Warton renders 3s. 4d. yearly.
Clahgton renders 2s. 2d. yearly.
Fulwode. The forest worth a mark yearly.
Blesedale [alias Bleysdale]. The forest worth 2 1/2 marks yearly.
Mirescowe [alias Mirescou]. The forest worth 20s. yearly.
Aumondernesse. Pleas of the wapentake worth 20s. yearly.
LANCASTER; WAPENTAKE OF LOUNESD[ALE]. Extent, Wednesday the eve of the Assumption, 25 Edw. I.
Lanc[aster]. A capital messuage, viz. the castle &c., two parks capable of sustaining 12 mares with three years’ progeny besides deer, pasturage &c. of the forest besides Wyresdale, twenty places of vaccaries and four places ‘sicsewarde,’ whereof each can support 60 beasts, in Wyresdale, and a water-mill on the river Lon of which John de Parkes holds a moiety for life without rent; the borough held by the burgesses at a yearly rent of 20 marks; and rents of the town in fee (extent given with names of tenants), including a tenement in ‘le Hehefeld’ and a tenement called ‘le Milnefeld.’
Tenants in barony:—12 1/2 carucates of land held by Ingram de Gynes and Christiana his wife, rendering 5s. yearly and doing suit at the county (court) and the wapentake of the castle of Lancaster; 6 carucates of land held by Lady Margaret de Ros rendering 22 1/2d. to the castle of Lancaster and owing no suit; and 2 carucates of land held by Sir John de Bella Aqua rendering 2 1/2d. yearly; all of whom render 2 1/2d. in common.
Furneys. 12 carucates of land held by the abbot of Furneys in frank almoin; and the land of Michael Flemingge held by the same abbot of Sir Edmund, rendering 10l. yearly.
Halverston or Holverston in Furneys. The manor which is held by John de Huddeleston for life by the demise of Ingram de Gynes and Sir John de Lancastre, who render 10d. for the same for the guard of the castle of Lancaster.
Tenants by knight’s service:—
(Unspecified.) 24 carucates of land held by Margaret de Nevyl in knight’s service in the fee of Horneby for homage and scutage when it occurs; and 9 carucates of land held by Sir William de Dakre for homage and service, rendering 6l. 9s. 4d. yearly.
Tatam and Yrby. 2 carucates of land held by John de Tatam for homage and service, doing suit at the county (court) and wapentake and rendering 18s. yearly.
(Unspecified.) 2 carucates of land held by Roger de Croft for homage and service, doing suit as above and rendering 10s. yearly at the castle of Lancaster.
Claghton alias Claughton and Over Kellet. A carucate and 2 bovates of land held by the same Roger, rendering 5s. 9d. yearly; and a carucate and 2 bovates of land held by William de Claughton for homage and service, doing suit as above and rendering 5s. 9d. yearly.
Caton and Litteldale. 2 carucates of land held by John de Caton for homage and service, rendering 26s. 8d. yearly.
Over Kellet, Burue and Hesam. Lady Joan de Dakre holds there for homage and service doing suit as above and rendering yearly 20s. 1d. and a sparrowhawk or 6d.
Kellet. 3 carucates of land held by serjeanty by Orm de Kellet who is bailiff of fee for making attachments pertaining to the crown and the lord of the land, for homage and service, rendering 9s. 4d. yearly.
Halton. 16a. land of alienated serjeanty held by B[artholomew?] del Grene, rendering 40d. yearly.
Pulton. A carucate of land held by John le Gentyl, rendering 15s. yearly.
Bare. 1/2 carucate of land held by Gilbert de Waleton, Agnes his wife, and Emma her sister, rendering 8s. yearly, by two mesnes.
Thoresholme. A messuage &c. and 80a. land and meadow, held by Sir Edmund in demesne; and a carucate of land, except 80a. which Sir Edmund held, held by Alan de Parles for homage, rendering 6s. 4d. yearly.
Oxclive. Three parts of a carucate of land held by William de Oxclive for homage and serjeanty of finding a carpenter in the castle of Lancaster with the lord’s carpenter, when necessary, and he shall receive a penny a day from the lord’s purse and does suit at the county (court) and wapentake and renders 9d. yearly instead of plough service (pro arrura) to the reeve of Skerton: the fourth part of the carucate is held by Sir William de Dakre and used to render 1/2 mark yearly, which Sir Edmund remitted to Sir Edmund de Dakre, father of the said William.
Bolton. 4 bovates of land held by [the prior of Lancaster (fn. 2) ] rendering 9s. 10d. to the chief lord yearly; 2 bovates of land held by William son of Simon, rendering 6s. yearly and doing suit at the county (court) and wapentake, and homage; 2 bovates of land held by John son of Ede by the like services; 12a. land held by the heir of Fraunceys, rendering 11s. 8d. yearly, and doing suit &c. as above; two fees, that of Durbald and that of Adam son of Gilbert, whereof a moiety of each is held by the prior of Lancaster, rendering 9s. 10d. yearly, and the other moiety held by Thomas Travers, which two fees owe suit (as above) and render 9s. 10d. yearly; 2 messuages and 39a. 1r. land held by Sir Edmund in demesne; and a water-mill which renders 40s. yearly.
Middilton. A carucate of land held by Orm de Kelle and Eufeme his wife, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly; a carucate of land held by Lady Joan de Dak[re] and Richard de Riggemaydin, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly; and a carucate of land held by William de Burgo, rendering 8 1/2d. yearly and doing suit at the county (court) and wapentake.
Stappilterne. 3 carucates of land held by the abbot of Furneys rendering 40s. yearly; and a tenement called ‘Douneflat’ held by the same rendering 4s. yearly.
Skerton. 30a. land held by Laurence son of Thomas Lancastre, rendering 6s. 8d. yearly; a tenement held by the abbot of Fur[neys], rendering 40d. yearly; a tenement called ‘Ricardlandes,’ held by Alan de Parles, rendering 6s. 8d. yearly; 241 1/2a. land and 8a. 3r. meadow in demesne in Skerton; 7a. 1r. meadow in demesne by Bars; 2s. 6d. ‘coumale’ for the township of Gerssingham; 16d. from Thomas Travers, 40d. from Alan de Parles, and 12d. from Thomas de Bolrun for ploughing in Skerton, and 8d. for the same from the lands of the abbot of Furneys and Laurence son of Thomas de Lanc[astria] in Kerton; 3d. yearly from Laurence son of Thomas for 1a. in fee, and 16s. called ‘coumale’ from the whole town of Skerton every third year for two cows; 10 bovates of land held in bondage each worth 1 mark; and 12 cottars, who render 15s. 6d. yearly.
Sline. 80a. land held by Thomas Travers, a free tenant, rendering 8s. yearly; and 16 bovates of land held in bondage.
Hest. An escheat called Hest with a mill, worth 6l. 14s. 4d., and 8s. free rent of the same (libera firma ejusdem).
Overton. 40a. land held by Robert the reeve as reeve (in provostria), who is reeve in fee to do the service of that office, and owes homage and relief; a bovate of land held by John son of Robert son of Ricoun, rendering 8s. 1 1/2d. yearly; 2s. ‘coumale’ from Robert the reeve; 144a. land and other lands (extent given) in demesne, 10 bovates held in bondage, and 16d. ‘coumale’ from the same; 9 cottars; fisheries held by William de Oxclive, the keeper of Kokirham, and Hugh son of John, each rendering 2s. yearly; and 7d. yearly from the poor of Overton for shearing (?) (pro cissura).
Lanc[aster]. The church held in frank almoin by the prior of Lancaster, with its chapels and two manses (manciones), viz. Aldeclive and Neuton.
Nethirhessam. A carucate of land similarly held by the same prior.
[Unspecified.] A carucate of land similarly held by the leprous brethren of Lancaster, and a manse in Lancaster.
Lanc[aster]. A messuage and 12a. land held for homage by Philip Blound of Lanc[aster], who is carpenter in fee in the castle of Lancaster with the lord’s carpenter and ought to have (capiat) 1d. a day from the lord’s purse.
Orm de Kellet is bailiff in fee and appoints (facit) under him six serjeants, two in Furn[eys] and Kertemel, two in Lounesd[ale], and two beyond the wood. It is worth 100s. yearly.
Perquisites of the wapentake of Lounesd[ale] are worth 40s. yearly, perquisites of the demesne court 1 mark, and perquisites of the county (court) in the wapentake of Lounesd[ale], 20s.
Bolrun. 4 bovates of land held by Thomas de Bolrun for homage, doing suit at the county (court) at the wapentake, and rendering 5s. yearly; a bovate of land held by the same Thomas, rendering 3s. 8d. yearly; and 3 bovates of land held by the abbot of Kokirsaund, which owe 6s. 8d. yearly to the lord.
Extent or summary of the lands &c., late of Edmund the king’s brother on this side Trent, except the lands of the earldom of Ferrars and certain lands not yet extended, viz.—the foregoing lands, with the variations there given within square brackets, and the following additions,—
BERKS. (Under Hungerford) 2 watermills, a fishery and toll of the market.
LEICESTER. (Under Leicester manor) lands &c. in Dodeford, Esseby and Lilleburn, co. Northampton.
Extent of the lands &c. beyond the Trent, except those in Northumberland, as above.
Transcript of writ to John Driel and Richard de Norht(hampton), late sub-escheator in co. Northampton, to extend the lands &c., knights’ fees and advowsons, which were of the said Edmund, of the earldom of Derby, in co. Northampton, 25 April, 26 Edw. I.
NORTHAMPTON. Extent made by virtue of the above writ, 13 May, 26 Edw. I.
Hecham Fereris. A capital messuage, lands, rents &c. (extent given), including a fishery pertaining to the mills, 10s. 1d. rent of free tenants at Caldecote, and rents of customers at Caldecote and Chelviston, a market, a fair on the feast of St. Botulf, and pleas &c. of the foreign hundred, view of frankpledge, and halmote. And by charter of the said Edmund there are 20s. yearly for life in alms to Roger the chaplain celebrating divine service.
Rissinden. A grange &c. lands, rent, &c. (extent given), including 2 mills, a park, and pleas &c. of the court and halmote.
Raundes. A messuage &c., lands, rents &c. (extent given), including 59s. and a pair of gilt spurs, rent of freemen in Raundes, Stanewigge, Rigstede, and Hargrave, and pleas &c., with the halmote &c.
Irencestre with its members, Cnoston, Wolaston, Pedurton, Bosegate and Eston. 4l. 15s. rent of freemen, 47s. 1/2d. rent of sokemen, 2 water-mills, works, aids and pleas &c. of the halmote &c.
Knights’ fees of the fee of Ferrars, and advowsons:—
Stanewigge. 1/8 knight’s fee held by William Waldessef.
Raundes. 1/4 knight’s fee held by Saier de Raundes; 1/8 knight’s fee held by Ralph de Normanvyle; and 1/2 knight’s fee held by James de Audele.
Hargrave. 1/8 knight’s fee held by Katherine de Sauston.
Rigstede. 1/8 knight’s fee held by John Andrew; and 1/8 knight’s fee held by Hugh de Rigstede.
Chelviston and Caldecot. 1 knight’s fee and 1/20 knight’s fee held by Richard Syward.
Quenton and Little Dodinton. 1 knight’s fee held by Laurence de Preston.
Bosegate. 1/2 knight’s fee held by the abbot of St. James’s without Norht[hampton]; and 1/30 knight’s fee held by Robert the clerk.
Irencestre. 1/4 knight’s fee held by Margery de Keryel.
Farnedys. 1/10 knight’s fee held by the same.
Cestre. 1/20 knight’s fee held by William de Echengham.
BEDFORD. Cnottinge. 1/3 knight’s fee held by Hugh Bossard.
NORTHAMPTON. Rissinden. 1/5 knight’s fee held by Richard ……
Ringstede. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Roger Barbedor.
Tichemers. 1 knight’s fee held by John Lovel.
Wolaston and Strixton. 2 knights’ fees held by Robert de Bray, but they are not of the fee of Ferrars or of the earldom of Derby, but Sir Edmund acquired those fees from Sir William de Cugeho.
Hecham. The advowson of the church.
Raund[es]. The advowson of the church.
Irencestre. The advowson of the church.
LEICESTER AND LINCOLN. Extent of tenements, rents, fees, courts and advowsons of churches of the fee of Ferars in the soke of Stapilford, co. Leicester, and of the same fee in co. Lincoln, made on Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 26 Edw. I.
LEICESTER. Torp and Wymondham. A virgate of land in the fields which the earl had of the gift of Robert Payn.
Stapilford. Two parts of a bovate of land with the reversion of the third part, which he had of the gift of Ivo Stok; 18s. 9d. and 1 1/2lb. cummin worth 1d., rents of free tenants in the soke; and a court every three weeks worth 34s. a year.
Knights’ fees:—
Edmondthorpe (Torp Edmundi). 1/2 fee held by Sir Robert de Tibetot for homage; and 1/2 and 1/10 fee held by Richard de Casterton for homage and suit.
Wymondham. 1/2 fee held by Sir William Hamelyn for homage and suit; 1/2 fee similarly held by the same William, Hugh de Purle, and William de Charnelis.
Coston. 1 fee held by Sir Thomas de Berkele for homage and 100 gold threads or 6d.
[Unspecified.] 1/10 fee held by the heirs of Senescall’ of Edmondthorpe (Tor Edmundi) for homage and 4s. yearly rent.
Stapilford. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of John Marescall for homage and suit.
[Unspecified.] 1/2 fee held by William Gaugy le Rous for homage and 6d. yearly; 1/20 knight’s fee, sometime of Adam Senesc(al) of Stapilford, held by Master Hugh Hamelyn and Thomas Arreby, owing homage.
Saxeby. 1/10 fee of the land of Belawe held for homage and 12d. yearly.
Sewsterne. 1/20 fee in the hands of two [men] for homage and suit.
Stapilford and Saxeby. 2 carucates of land in demesne, 10 virgates in villenage and 4 cottages, held by Sir William de Wesci in chief, service unknown.
Stapilford, Edmondthorpe (Torp Edmundi) and Wymonham. The advowsons of the churches.
Coston, Stapilford, Wymondham. Portions [of the churches].
LINCOLN. Wadington. Lands &c. and fishery in demesne, worth 4l. 10s., 26 1/2 bovates and 1/8 bovate of land in villenage, free tenants and cottagers, 12d. for ‘tolecestre,’ to wit for the ale which he ought to have from brewers whenever they brew, and a court worth 2s. yearly.
Beltisford. Lands &c. and fishery in demesne, worth 6l. 8s., 10 bovates of land in villenage, cottagers, free tenants, and 8d. from those in his protection (de illis qui sunt in protectione sua), and a court worth 6d. yearly. And they beg to be allowed to give in aid at Michaelmas 1 mark as they have given before and have for long been accustomed to give.
Donyngton. Lands &c. in demesne worth 4l. 18s. 6d., 19 bovates of land in villenage, free tenants, cottagers, 15d. yearly from those in his protection, a court worth 3s. yearly, and a wood. And they beg to be allowed to give at Michaelmas 20s. in aid.
Gowesby. 12s. 11 1/2d. rents and works of villeins and cottars.
Alkebarue. 8l. 8s. yearly rents.
Hwytone by Humbre. 1 knight’s fee, service unknown.
Gretham by Hornkastre. A court worth in common years 4l. yearly; to which pertain 14 1/2 knights’ fees held by Philip de Kyme of the earl; 3 fees held by Sir John Gobaud and his parceners; 3 fees held by Sir John de Horreby; 3 fees held by Sir Peter de Legborn; 2 fees less 1/6 fee held by Henry de Legborn; and 3 fees less 1/4 fee held by William de Assefordeby; all held by homage and suit.
[LANCASTER;] WAPENTAKE OF WEST DERBY. Inq. Wednesday in Whitsun week, 26 Edw. I (defaced).
[West] Derby. The manor (extent given, with names of tenants by charters), including the site (placia) of an old castle where there is usually a capital messuage surrounded by dykes (cum circuitu fossatorum), a field called Harhum, and 2s. paid for entry with his cattle to ‘le Wormestal’ within the forest, tenure unspecified. The prior of Byrkeheved is one of the tenants named.
Wavertre. 15 bovates of land let to farm, 111a. 1 1/2r. of land enclosed from waste (de approwam’) held by the tenants of the township, and a bovate of land held by Roger de Thingwell by charter.
Thingwell. 8 bovates of land held by William son of Roger de Thingwell of ancient acquisition (de antiquo conquestu), rendering a mark yearly.
Everton. 24 bovates of land held by the heirs of Everton, rendering 4l. 16s. yearly, and 34 1/2a. 1 1/2r. improved waste, rendering 17s. 5 1/4d. yearly.
Lyverpol. 8l. 7s. 6d. assised rent, 10s. from the garden and dovecot, 26s. 8d. from a ferry across the Meresse, a water-mill, a windmill, 10l. from the fair (nundine), tolls of the market (fori) and foreign tolls, and 40s. perquisites of court &c.
Great Crosseby. An eighth part of the town held by Nicholas Blundel of ancient acquisition rendering 10s. yearly; a part of three bovates, late of Simon de Waleton by charter, held by [ (fn. 3) Simon de Wal….] by doing a moiety of a suit at the wapentake and rendering 10s. yearly, and a part held by Thomas Banastre by doing the other part of the suit and rendering ….; 21 bovates held of the lord by the men of the town who render 4l.; and a field held by the same.
Gerstan, formerly held by Adam de Gerstan …, and now in the earl’s hand (by reason of the minority of the heir?).
[ (fn. 4) Derby. The forest with the woods of Cropthale and Symmondeswode. Fees of foresters with the profits of the said forest.]
Derby and Leyland. 2 knights’ fees held by William le Botiller …..
Mak[erfeld], held by the heir of Robert Banastre for 1 knight’s fee (?), rendering 10s. for …. and ward (?)…. 30s.
[Sefton.] 1/2 knight’s fee held by Richard de Molyneus of Sefton, rendering 10s. yearly (?) for suit &c. William le Deman (?) does suit &c. …..
Lathum, held by Robert de Lathum, rendering 20s. and doing two suits.
Hurleton and Sharesbrek, held by the same, rendering 8s. yearly.
Bykerstath, held by Ralph de Bykerstath, rendering 5s. yearly and doing suit.
Forneby. A moiety held by William son of Richard de Waleton by charter, rendering 34s. 8d. yearly; and the other moiety held by the heirs of Richard son of Roger, rendering 4s. 8d.
Dytton, held by John de Dytton and his parceners, rendering 20s. yearly. Stephen does suit. The same holds a selion for 6d.
Thingewell, held by William son of Roger rendering a mark yearly.
Bolde, held by William le Botiller, rendering 10s. yearly. And Bolde does suit.
Uplytherlond, held by John Welsh (Walensis), rendering 10s. yearly.
(fn. 5) Gerstan. The heirs of Adam de Gerstan render 20s. for Gerstan. And it does suit.
Botle. The heirs of Robert de Bethum render 8s. 8d. for Botle.
Dunlythl(ond). Richard le Mol’ of Sefton renders 20s. for Dunlythl(ond), and two tenants do suit.
Holand, held by the heirs of Roger de Dunholand, rendering 18s. yearly, and doing suit.
Ravenesmel, held by William de Legh, rendering 16s. yearly.
Melling and Upholand. The heirs of Jordan de Hukton render 10s. for Melling, and 12s. for Upholand.
Burton Wode, held by William le Botiller, rendering 1d. yearly.
Miryvall (sic), held by the abbot of Myrivall in frank almoin.
Smetheden. The church (?) held by the prior of St. John’s, Chester, in frank almoin.
William son and heir of Richard de Walton, a minor and in the lord’s wardship, ought [to be] bailiff in fee of the crown and to hold the master serjeanty (magistram serjantiam) of the whole wapentake of Derby from the lord; and he ought to provide (habere) a bailiff on horseback, himself or another, and two underbailiffs on foot to perform the said office. There used to be a bailiff in fee to perform the office in the wapentake who had 2 bovates of land in Derby, which are now in the lord’s hand.
The lord has a bailiff at will (ad voluntatem) on horseback and one on foot to do the office in the wapentake; which office is worth 2 marks; and the perquisites of the wapentake are commonly worth 100s.
NOTTINGHAM. Extent, Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 26 Edw. I.
Gunthorp. The manor, held by John de Monte Forti, rendering 40 marks yearly to the said Sir Edmund, is now in the hand of Sir Edmund’s executors by reason of the minority of the heir of the said John.
DERBY. Extent of lands &c. late of the said Edmund belonging to the honour of Tuttesbury, made on Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 26 Edw. I (partly defaced).
Scropton. Rents of free tenants, customers, cottars and other tenants at will, tallage and a turbary on the heath; sum, 27l. 13d.
Duffeld. The manor (extent given), including 2a. meadow in Bentimedue.
Sothewode. Rents of free tenants and customers, including works due for having a way to a spring, tallage, and pleas &c.; sum 14l. 15s. 9 3/4d.
Holebrok. Rents of free tenants and customers, including 4d. for the easement of a way to a spring, tallage, pleas &c.; sum 4l. 19s. 11d.
Heuegge. Rents and services of free tenants and bondmen, tallage, works and pleas &c.; sum 15l. 8s. 10 1/4d.
Beaurepeir. The manor (extent given), including 21a. 1r. pasture in Milleye.
Allerwasle. Rents of free tenants and other tenants at will and customers, tallage, a mill, the hill (?) (molera) of ‘le Renecliff,’ worth 15l. in common years, pleas &c.; sum 42l. 17s. 6 1/2d.
Edricheshay. Rents of free tenants and customers there and at le Hurst, tallage, pleas &c.; sum 8l. 11 3/4d.
Neubugg[ing]. Rent of freemen, customers and tenants at will, a water-mill, tallage, pleas &c.; sum 9l. 2s. 7d.
Holonde. Rents of freemen, customers and cottars, including 1lb. cummin from Norman de Byngham, rents of waste lands, tallage, pleas &c.; sum 6l. 6s. 2 3/4d.
Duff[eld]. The forest. Extents of the wards of, Beaur[epeir], including herbage in Land’, a park called Denebihuyrne and a mine of sea coal; Duff[eld], including the park called ‘le Champein’; Holond, including the parks of Ravenesdale where there is a manor, and Maunsel; and [Co]ldebroc, including the fishery of Ecclisborne, the park of Schot-hull, a close called Wolston, and the park of Seyvendeclif.
Hertindon. The manor (extent given), including a mill which Richard de Acovere (?) holds at fee farm, the mill of Lodewell, a fulling-mill, and a lead mine.
Croudecote. The manor (extent given), including the mill of Bocstones (?) and the ferry of Contedene.
Peurwich. A tenement newly bought with agistment on the moor.
Bontissale. [The manor] (extent given), including 6s. 8d. yearly paid by the abbot of Buldewas for pasture for 400 sheep on the moor.
Brassington. Rents of customers and tenants at will, turbary and heath on the moor, pleas &c.; sum 16l. 6s. 7d.
Spondon. Rents of free tenants and others; and 26s. 8d. paid by tenants of the manor of ancient fine at the two great courts, and 7d. by tenants in Maperleye; sum 14l. 6s. 5 1/2d.
Apiltre hundred cum perinplemento. 8l. 3s. 5d. yearly for sheriff’s aid paid by the tenants, 2s. yearly rent of Norman de Bingham for a sparrow hawk, watches not kept (vigile non observate) worth 40s., 26s. 8d. paid yearly by the bailiff of the hundred to have his office for life, and pleas and perquisites; sum 21l. 12s. 1d.
Gresel[e] hundred. 56s. sheriff’s aid, pleas and perquisites; sum 6l. 16s.
Neubold. A rent worth, with perquisites of court, 4l. 12s. yearly.
Duffeld. The advowson of the church.
Knights’ fees held of the same Edmund in divers counties:—
STAFFORD, LEICESTER AND DERBY. Crakemers and Combrugg, co. Stafford, Worthington, co. Leicester and Herteshorn and Forniwerk, co. Derby, held for 4 knights’ fees by Theobald de Verdon, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
[STAFFORD.] Astonisfeld. 1 fee held by Hugh Despensarius, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
STAFFORD &c. Herlaston and an assart by Ansidel, co. Stafford, Chirchull, co. Oxford, Haddon and Basselowe, co. Derby, and Adestok, co. Buckingham, held for 4 1/2 fees and 1/20 fee by Richard de Vernon, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief, but of the fee of Peverel and not of the crown.
[STAFFORD.] Chebbeseie. The manor held by Robert de Hastang for 1 knight’s fee.
STAFFORD &c. Clifton, co. Stafford and Schepe and Grendon in other counties. The manors held for 3 knights’ fees by Geoffrey de Canvill, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
[STAFFORD.] Alstonesfeld. 1 knight’s fee held by Ralph de Vernon, who holds elsewhere of the king.
Sondon. The manor with Draicote, Cressewell and le Leyes, held for 1 knight’s fee by William de Staff[ord], William le Botiler and Richard de Draicote.
Whichenore. The manor with Sirescote, held by Edmund de Somervill for 2 knights’ fees, of the little fees of Mortain.
Tonstal and Neubold, held for 1/4 knight’s fee by the same, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
Lockesle. The manor held for 1/4 knight’s fee by Thomas de Ferrar[iis].
Rodelowe. 1/25 knight’s fee held by Robert de Knighteleye.
Modiesmor. Land, and 10a. land within (subtus) the forest, held by Adam the hunter (venator) for 1/20 knight’s fee.
Condesl[e]. The tenements late of Hugh de Ferrar[iis] held by the same Adam for 1/10 knight’s fee.
STAFFORD &c. Falede co. Stafford, Lokenge, co. Berks (Barcsire), and Fifhide co. Oxford, held by Stephen de Corçon for 1 1/2 knight’s fee.
LEICESTER. Dichesworthe. Three parts of 1 fee held by the same in service.
[STAFFORD.] Mercington. Tenements in the assarts of Mercington held by Stephen de Wodeforde for 1/10 knight’s fee; and 1/10 knight’s fee in the manor held by William le Chaundos.
[Unspecified.] The tenements late of William de Roll’ held by William de Eginton, Robert de Ettewell, and William de Roll’ for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Mercington. Land held by Henry the cook (cocus) for 1/20 and 1/10 knight’s fee.
Rodelowe. Tenements held by the heir of Ralph de Burgo for 1/20 knight’s fee.
Le Horecros. Tenements held by Robert de Meleborne for 1/8 knight’s fee.
Draycote. The land late of Andrew de Jarpenvill held by Thomas de Pipe through his wife for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Draycote and Tatenhull. Tenements held by the heirs of Robert de Sidenham, by service of finding a huntsman with a limer (limero).
Ioxh[all]. The tenements late of Gerard Wildegos held by Richard de Barton for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Uttox[ather]. Tenements in the manor late of William de Parles held by Henry Oweyn for 1/40 knight’s fee.
STAFFORD. Extent of lands &c. late of the said Edmund belonging to the honour of Tuttesbury, made on Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 26 Edw. I.
Tuttesbury. A castle well built, with close, lands, rents &c. (extent given), including a preserve, 7 1/2a. arable on ‘le Holiwellehull,’ the herbage of Obbeholm, two water-mills, a fair, a market, pleas &c. of court, land called ‘Longehavedlond,’ and rent from the field of Keblithe (?).
Rolliston. 64s. 11 1/2d. rent of free tenants, 13l. 1d. rent of customers holding in bondage, 16s. 8d. rent and works of cottars, rent of 3 roods and 2 butts of land by Stiwardesdich, 2a. pasture and 1r. water meadow (de lotur’ ague), 4l. for tallage, 11qr. 5 strikes of oats paid for licence to collect dry moss in the forest, and other rents from customers, a free fishery in the river Douve, 4s. ancient fine of customers at the two great courts, 20s. pleas &c., and 2s. for head money (chevagio garcionum) at the feast of St. Martin.
Barton. The manor (extent given), including a water-mill on the Trent, a fulling-mill, a water-mill in the park of Barton, a free fishery in the Trent with the fishery of Lechemere (?), a ford (passagium) for timber carts, rents of a pair of spurs, six geese and six dozen arrows, pasture by the ford (juxta vadum) of Walton, customary works in Barton and Tonstal, a common oven, tallage and head money (chevagium garcionum).
Agarsleye. The manor (extent given), including rent of free tenants, and lands, rent and pleas &c. of court at ‘le Horecros.’
Ioxhale. The manor, which is in the hand of Adam de Curru for life of the gift of Sir Edmund, rendering 33l. 6s. 8d. yearly.
Uttoxsather. 7 burgages, 25 stalls in the market, 2 forges, rents including a bow and a sparrowhawk, a meadow called Wolricheseye, a borough with rents (firmis), a fair (nundinis), perquisites of portmote, tolls and fines of brewers, a fishery in the Douve and another in the pond of Uttox[ather], two great courts yearly, head money, 21a. 1r. meadow, a mill, and pleas &c.
Mercington. The manor (extent given), including a free fishery in the river Douve, two water-mills, and head money.
Nedwode forest. The wards (extents given), of Ioxh[ale], including a park called Rouleye; Barton, including the park of Barton and the Hay called ‘le Heylandes’; Tuttebur[y], including the park of Rolliston, the Hay called ‘le Castelhay’ with a pond and fishery, and a park called Stokkeleye; Mercington, including the park of Adgaresle and the Hay called ‘le Rofhay’; and Uttox[ather]; including in each ward the sale of lime tree bark (corticis tilie) and the profits of the woodmote.
Hambur[y]. The advowson of the church.
Uttox[ather]. The advowson of the church.
Tatenhull. The advowson of the church.
Ioxhale. The advowson of the church.
Rolleston. The advowson of the church.
‘Sum total of the extent of all the lands &c. contained in these three rolls besides the manor of Ioxhale and the wood of Donigton, 882l. 16s. 9 3/4d., whereof a third part (is) 294l. 5s. 7 1/4d.’
Knights’ fees:—
DERBY AND NORTHAMPTON. Sudbur[y], Cobbeleie, Mercington, Aston, Snelliston, Somersale, Eyton, Seggessale and Oslaston, co. Derby, and Ekinton co. Northampton. 7 knights’ fees held by William de Monte Gomeri.
DERBY, WARWICK AND NORTHAMPTON. Schirle, Hogam, Bradele, Yeolegreve, Hoppewell, Yldrisle, Ednesouere and Irton, co. Derby, Etindon co. Warwick and Tichemers co. Northampton, held by Ralph de Schirle for 7 knights’ fees.
[DERBY.] Part of Eginton, a moiety of Rodborne, a moiety of Moginton and part of Attelowe, held by Robert de Staff[ord] for 1 knight’s fee.
Dalbur[y] and part of Osmund[eston], held by Giles de Meignill for 1 knight’s fee.
Breydessale, held by John de Ferrar[iis] and Richard de Corçon for 1 knight’s fee.
Midelton by Yeolgreve, held by Richard de Herthull for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Ettewell, held by Richard de Rubeof for 1/2 knight’s fee
Brailesford, Wingirworthe and Oneston, held by Henry de Braylesford for 1 knight’s fee.
Sudenfen, Leke and part of Hulton, held by Robert de Tonk for 1 1/2 knight’s fee.
Bradeborne. The manor held by Roger de Bradeborne for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Le Houg. 1/23 and 1/12 knight’s fee held by the same.
Offedecote. 1/40 knight’s fee held by the same.
Lochawe. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Ralph de Monjoie; and 1/7 knight’s fee late of Hugh de Ferrar[iis] held by the same.
Croxh[all], Twiford, and other tenements late of Richard de Corçon, held by Roger le Brabanzon for 3 knights’ fees.
Lollington, Gresele, Swartlingcote, Linton, Hedcote, Durantesthorpe and Octhorp, held by Geoffrey de Gresele for 3 knights’ fees.
Brettebi. The manor held by John de Segrave for 1/4 knight’s fee, but he holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
Catton, Aldolvistre and Twicros, held by Emery (Amaricus) de Sancto Amando for 1 knight’s fee.
Spondon. 1/3 knight’s fee held by Henry de Grey, who holds elsewhere of the king.
Elton. The manor held by Robert Tipetot for 1/2 knight’s fee, but he holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
Lochai. 1/6 knight’s fee held by Ralph de Frechevill, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
Heyegge. 1/40 knight’s fee held by Walter de Goushull.
Barton. The manor held by John de Bakepuz for 1 knight’s fee.
Alkemonton. The manor with land at Holand, held by Ralph de Bakepuz for three parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Yveleie. The manor held by William de Meignill for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Neuton on Trente, held by Alfred de Soleni for 1 knight’s fee.
Boilleston. A moiety held by John de Basinges for 1/4 knight’s fee;
and the other moiety held by John Schench for 1/4 knight’s fee.
DERBY AND LEICESTER. Sutton co. Derby and Snarkiston co. Leicester.
The manors and tenements elsewhere, held by the heir of Ralph de Picheford for 2 knights’ fees.
[DERBY.] Trussele. The manor held by William de Doddingeseles for 1 knight’s fee.
Mercaston. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Robert de Scheldford.
Ess. The manor held through his wife by Ralph de Rocheford for three parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Bronlaston and Berwardecote, held by William de Henore for 1 knight’s fee.
Saperton held by Hamo de Saperton for 1/4 knight’s fee.
Spondon and Lochay. Two parts and 1/20 of 1 knight’s fee held by the brethren of St. Lazarus.
Chadd[esden] and elsewhere. 1/12 knight’s fee held by Robert de Cardoil.
Chadd[esden]. 80a. land held by William le Herbejour for 1/10 knight’s fee.
[Chaddesden.] A third part of the land late of Henry de Breignes held by the same for 1/100 knight’s fee.
Tissington, held for 1/2 knight’s fee by the heir of Geoffrey Sauvage.
Spondon. 1/6 knight’s fee in the manor held by Thomas Poer.
Alton and Hordelowe. 1/8 knight’s fee held by John Biron; and 1/8 knight’s fee held by Henry Biron.
Holond. The lands late of Ledger the hunter (Leodegarii venatoris) held by William de Tissington for 1/10 knight’s fee; and the land late of Thomas Young (juvenis) held by the same for 1/10 knight’s fee.
By the Douve. Tenements by the Douve held by John de Pilcote for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Kettliston. The manor, held by Richard de Corçon for 1/4 knight’s fee.
Swerkiston and Hulton. Parts held by John de Bek for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Duff[eld]. Lands in the assart of Duff[eld] late of William de Bredessale held by John de Loak for 1/20 knight’s fee.
Le Newebugg[ing]. 1/40 knight’s fee in the assart ‘del Newebugg’ held by Adam de Beresford.
Scropton. 1/40 knight’s fee held by Thomas Morel.
Matlac. 1/40 knight’s fee held by the heir of Matthew de Haversegge; and 1/40 knight’s fee held by the heir of Ralph de Wyngefeld.
Staunton and Oslaston. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Robert de Staunton.
Duffeld and Heyegge. 1/26 knight’s fee held by the heir of Robert de Macy.
Chadd[esden] and Lockay. 1/6 knight’s fee held by Andrew Loterel.
Wintresmulne and Topsorr (?). The lands which were of Robert O … held for 1/15 knight’s fee by the heir of John de Acovere.
Spondon. An assart in the manor held by the heir of Ralph de Stretton for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Wirk[esworth]. 1/20 knight’s fee held by the heirs of Robert Curtemanch.
NORTHUMBERLAND. Extent made at Emeldon on Thursday before Whitsunday, 26 Edw. I.
Staunford. The manor (extent given), including a water-mill and a brewery. The whole town renders for castle guard 4s. 6d. and for cornage 15d. Sum of the manor 6l. 11s. 5d.; and it was worth 6l. 17s. 11d. before the burning done by the Scots.
Emeldon. The manor (extent given, with names of tenants), including an inclosure (defensum) called Neubiging, a moor let (locata) to the men of Neuton, sixteen bondage tenements rendering 19l. 4s. whereof Lady Eleanor de Genenore receives 28s., land called ‘le Spiteldene,’ an acre in Gorbalde, two boats, the lord finding the boats at his own charges, a brewery, a water-mill and a second mill which is burnt down, which are worth in ordinary years 10l. whereof Lady Eleanor de Genore receives 6l. 13s. 4d. The township, except a fourth part, renders 4s. 9d. for castle guard and 15d. for cornage. Sum of the manor, 36l. 2s. 5 1/2d.; and before the burning done by the Scots it was worth 48l. 11s. 9d.
Dunstan (extent given), including 80a. arable held by Richard de Wetewang, rendering 3d. yearly. The township renders 6s. for castle guard and 40d. for cornage. Sum, 106s. 8 3/4d.; and before the aforesaid conflagration it was worth 6l. …
Schipeley (extent given) including a fishery. Sum 11l. 11d., whereof the countess of Dunbar receives 6s. 8d. yearly, and the nuns of Caldestreme 26s. 8d. yearly; and before the aforesaid conflagration it was worth 14l. 10s. 4 1/2d.
Extent of knight’s fees and works of freemen:—
Craucester. The hamlet held by Richard de Craucester for 1/2 knight’s fee, doing homage and suit of court and rendering 6s. 8d. for castle guard, 15d. for cornage, and 2s. 6d. for the mill-pond, and he ought to plough with 6 ploughs, harrow with 12 horses, reap with 12 men, and carry the corn with 12 carts for one day; and [the men] shall have their victuals, or 2d. each plough.
Dunstan. A third part of the town held by Reiner de Dunstan for 1/4 knight’s fee, doing homage and suit of court and foreign service, and he ought to plough with 3 ploughs, harrow with 6 horses, reap with 6 men, and carry the corn with 6 carts, and they shall have their victuals or 2d. for each plough, and the reapers shall have their victuals likewise.
Kertinton. A moiety held by John de Kertinton, who does homage and suit of court and renders 5s. yearly.
Warendham. The capital messuage held by Simon de Warrendham, who does homage and suit of court at Emeldon for the whole township of Warendham, and renders 6s. 8d. for castle guard by the hands of John de Midelton, and 15d. for cornage.
Fenton, held by Robert de Lasseles for 1/2 knight’s fee, and he does homage and renders two gilt spurs or 6d.
Warendham and Witfeld, held by John de Middelton for 1/2 and 1/4 knight’s fee and he ought to do homage.
Emeldon. A fourth part held by Thomas de Rock for 1/4 knight’s fee, and he does homage and suit at the court of Emeldon, and foreign service, and renders 8s. 11d. to the lord for castle guard.
Newton on the Moor, held by John Swaine for 1/4 knight’s fee, and he does homage and suit of court and renders 4s. yearly.
Burton. The whole township renders for castle guard 6s. 8d. and for cornage 15d.
The fishery of the Twed, worth 20l. a year, but before the Scotch war it used to be worth 40l.
Perquisites of court worth 40s. yearly.
Warendham. 30a. land held by Robert Witer, who does homage and suit of court at Emeldon and renders 6s. 8d. to the lord yearly.
Sum total of the lands &c. in co. Northumberland and Westderby, co. Lancaster, which are contained in these two rolls, 225l. 19s. 8 3/4d.
Extent of the lands of the said Edmund, of the earldom of Ferrars (undated).
This side (sic) Trent.
LANCASTER. West Derby. The manor with its members Wavertre, Tingewell, Everton, Liverpol, Crosseby and Gerston, and the woods of Toxstath, Croxstath and Simundeswod and the annual rent &c. of the wapentake of Derby.
DERBY. Cropton. The manor.
Duffeld. The manor with its members Suthwode, Holebrok, Heyegge, Beaurepeyr, Allerwaslegh, Edricheshaye, Newebigginge and Holond, with the forest of Duffeld.
Hertindon. The manor with its member Croudecote.
Peverewych. A tenement with agistment in the moor.
Bunteshale. A tenement.
Brasington. Lands and tenements.
Spondon. Lands and tenements.
Apeltre. The hundred, cum perimplemento, the rent of Norman de Bingham, pleas and perquisites.
Grisle. The hundred.
Newebald. Lands and tenements.
Beyond (sic) Trent.
STAFFORD. Tuttebur[y]. The castle with the manors of Rolleston, Barton, Adgeresle, Yoxhale, Uttokeshatre, and Mersinton, and the whole forest of Nedewod.
NORTHAMPTON. Hegham Fereres. The manor with the park of Risindon.
Irencestre. The manor with its members Cnoston, Wolauston, Pudinton, Bosiat and Eston.
Raundes. The manor, with its members Starwig, Ringestede and Haregrave.
LEICESTER. Stapelford, Thorp and Wymundham. Certain lands &c.
LINCOLN. Wadinton. Certain lands &c.
Beltesford. The manor.
Dunynton. Certain lands &c.
Cowesby. Certain lands, works &c.
Alkebarowe. Lands and tenements.
Gretham. Pleas and perquisites of court.
Extent of the said Edmund’s lands &c. in Northumberland.
NORTHUMBERLAND. Staunford. The manor.
Emeldon. The manor.
Dunstan. Certain lands &c.
Shipeley. Certain lands &c.
Craucestre. Certain lands &c.
Kersinton. Certain lands &c.
The fishery of the Twede.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c., 18 October, 25 Edw. I.
HEREFORD. Inq. made at Hereford on Saturday before St. Hilary, 26 Edw. I.
He held no advowsons of churches in the county.
Delewe. The manor held by John Gyffard by service of 1 knight’s fee.
WILTS. Extent made at New Salisbury on Tuesday after the Purification, 26 Edw. I.

Standen. The manor held by Henry H[u]sey of the honour of Ferrar[s], by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Hakenestok. 2 carucates held by Emery de Sancto Edmundo, of the honour of Leicester, by service of 1/5 knight’s fee; and 2 carucates similarly held by John le Fleming, by service of 1/5 knight’s fee.
Compton. 1/3 knight’s fee held by John de Brommore of the same honour; and 1/6 knight’s fee similarly held by Simon de Combe.
Aleton. 1/2 knight’s fee held by John Baret of the same honour.
He had no advowsons of churches in the county.
BERKS. Extent made at Hungerford on Thursday before the Purification, 26 Edw. I.
West Hildeslegh. A moiety of the town with the hamlet of Sandon held by Richard Fokram, of the honour of Leicester, by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Fyfhyde. The manor with the advowson of the church, and the hamlet of Catmere with certain lands &c. in Sancta Elena, Caldecote and Frylesforde, held by Philip de Fyfhyde, of the honour of Ferrar[s], by service of 2 knights’ fees.
Kyngeston, Aschden and Compton. 1/2 knight’s fee held by John de Kyngeston, Nicholas de Kyngeston and Philip de la Beche, of the same honour.
Westlagynch. 1/4 knight’s fee held by Stephen Curscon, of the same honour.
Frydlesham. The manor, with the advowson of the church and certain lands &c. in Esthyldeslgh, held of the same honour by Walter de Rydeware, a minor and in the said Edmund’s wardship, by service of 1/2 knight’s fee and 1/4 knight’s fee.
Wellaventon. 1/5 knight’s fee held by the Hospitallers of Schaldeforde, of the same honour,
He had no advowsons of churches in the county.
BUCKINGHAM and HERTFORD. Inq. made at Blakyngheg by a jury of six men from each county on Saturday after St. Martin, 25 Edw. I.
BUCKINGHAM. Weston by Ayllesburys. A moiety of the manor held by Nicholas Torevyle by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Saundresdon. 1 knight’s fee held by the same.
Calfonte St. Peter. 2 fees held by the same.
Teppelawe and Penne. 1 fee held by the same.
Godwyneston. 1 fee held by the same.
Weston. 1 knight’s fee held by Ela de Herdeborwe and Isabel her sister, daughters and heirs of Roger de Herdeborwe.
Teppelawe. 1/2 fee held by the same.
La Penne. 1/8 fee held by the same.
Weston. 1 knight’s fee held by George de Charneles.
Teppelawe and la Penne. 1 knight’s fee held by the same.
La Penne. 1/8 knight’s fee held by the same.
Hastingleye. 1 knight’s fee held by the same.
Southmulle and Mogerhanger. 1 knight’s fee held by John de Bissopeston and the prior of St. Neot’s.
HERTFORD. Puttenham. 1 fee held by Ela de Herdeborwe and Isabel her sister.
No advowsons of churches.
ESSEX. Inq. made at Chelmereford, 17 Dec. 26 Edw. I.
Sir Edmund was not seised of any knight’s fees in the county, but once took scutage of 5 knights’ fees from the manors of William de Ferers in Stebbinge, Fairstede and Wodeham by the hands (?) of the said William. William de Ferariis sometime earl of Derby gave the said manors to William his younger son, together with all his knights’ fees in Essex to hold of him and his heirs by service of 5 knights’ fees. John de Ferariis is the said earl’s heir. The said earl retained the homage and service of Richard de Grey who held in Thurrok by service of 1 knight’s fee. Sir Edmund was never seised of any service from the said Richard or his heirs, nor of any advowsons of churches in the county.
SUFFOLK. Inq. made at Cattesham on Wednesday after the Epiphany, 26 Edw. I.
Wytingham, Clopton, Hasketon and Akenham, with the advowsons of the churches of Akenham, Hemminggeston and Cleydon, held by Sir Roger le Bygot, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, of the honour of Lancaster, for 3 knights’ fees; which sometime were of William le Rous, and are now held of the said earl by lady Alice de Brewose, rendering to him yearly at Whitsunday 30s. for the guard of the castle of Lancaster.
Stanham. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the same earl, of the same honour, by socage, rendering 6d. yearly for guard of [the castle of] Lancaster.
Moneweden. A moiety of the manor held by the same earl, of the same honour, for 1/2 knight’s fee; but he renders nothing yearly and Sir John Abadam holds the manor of him.
Bouxhale and Ykene, with the advowson of the church of Bouxhale, held by Roger Sturemyn for 2 knights’ fees, of the said honour, and he renders 20s. yearly for the said guard.
Little Waldingfeld. Robert de Cokefeld holds a part of his manor of Little Waldingfeld, of the same honour, for 1/2 knight’s fee, and renders 5s. yearly for the said guard.
Thorp and Gouchesthorp, held by Hugh de Murieus for 2 knights’ fees, of the same honour, with the advowson of the church, rendering 20s. yearly for the said guard.
Thurstaston with the advowson of the church, held by Thomas de Moulton for 1 knight’s fee, of the same honour, rendering 10s. for for the said guard.
Old Neuton. A tenement held by John Aunsel for 1/7 knight’s fee, of the same honour, rendering 17 1/2d. yearly for guard.
Otheleye, Preston and Cleydon, held by the heirs of Thomas de Otheleye for 2 knights’ fees, of the same honour, rendering 20s. yearly [for guard ?] at the same term.
Boxtede with the advowson of the church, held by William Hervy for 1/2 knight’s fee, of the same honour, rendering 5s. yearly for the said guard.
Mendham, held by Roger de Huntingfeld for 1 knight’s fee, of the same honour, rendering 10s. yearly [for guard ?] at the same term.
Culfo. The township held by John de Wachesham and Thomas de Verdon for 1/2 knight’s fee, rendering 5s. yearly [for guard ?] at the same term.
Willardesham, held by the heirs of Robert de Greley for 1 knight’s fee, of the same honour, rendering nothing.
Ryseby. 1 knight’s fee held by the same; and Walkelin de Queeye holds the said fee of them, rendering to them 10s. for the said guard.
Little Blakenham, held by the same heirs for 1/4 knight’s fee, of the same honour.
Alnesbourne and Mertone, held by the same for 1 fee.
……., held by the same for 2 fees and Sir Roger son of Osbert holds the said fees of them.
Sprouton, held by …. for 1 fee, of the honour of Leicester.
NORFOLK. Inq. made at Norwich on Tuesday after the Epiphany, 26 Edw. I
Tunsted. The manor held by Robert de Grilli of the honour of Lancaster (Langastre) for 1 knight’s fee, rendering 10s. yearly to the said honour.
Fretenham and Spikeswurthe. Sir Thomas Bardolf held no knight’s fee there, but renders 10s. rent seck yearly in Fretenham to the attorneys of the honour of Lancaster.
Hempsted. Sir William Rocelin does not hold the manor of the honour of Lancaster for 1 knight’s fee, but renders to them 10s. yearly rent seck.
NORTHAMPTON and BEDFORD. Inq. made at Northampton on Monday the morrow of the Purification, 26 Edw. I.
NORTHAMPTON. Merston Trussel and Thorp. 1 knight’s fee held by Robert de Wyvile.
Lilleburne. 1 knight’s fee held by William le Botiler.
Esseby Liger. 1/4 knight’s fee held by Nicholas de Craunford.
Eydon. 1 fee held by Thomas Wale.
Est Haddon and Haldenby. 1 fee held by Roger de Sancto Andrea.
Wendlyngborw. 1/4 fee held by Baldwin de Maners.
Brampton. 1/2 fee held by Walter de Ratynden.
Welleton, Staverton and Trop. 1 fee held by Andrew de Estleye.
Neubotle, Sutton, Terleton and Byfeld. 3 1/2 fees held by Henry le Grey.
Great Brampton, Little Brampton and Est Haddon. 2 1/2 fees held by Alice de Mussegros.
Esseby Liger. 1/4 fee held by Nicholas de Stokes.
Westhaddon, Esthaddon, Haldenby and Brampton. 1/3 fee held by Thomas de Bray.
Esseby Liger, Atteleston and Crouleton. 1 fee held by Nicholas de Turvyle.
Helmeden. 1 1/2 fee, of the little fee of Mortain, held by the same.
Evenle, Preston, Fardyngston, Kyselyngbury, Bruynton, Tharwylton, Pokesle, Couesgrave, Fortho, Stratford, Tyffeld and Buckeby. 5 fees, of the little fee of Mortain, held by Thomas de Leukenore.
Syresham. 1/4 fee held by Lucy de Chedwod.
Dodeford with its members. 1 1/2 fee, of the little fee of Mortain, held by Robert de Keynes.
BEDFORD. South Mulne. 1/4 knight’s fee held by John de Bissopeston.
Midilton. 1 fee held by Henry de Grey.
All held of Sir Edmund by homage, service, and scutage when it runs.
He had no advowsons of churches in the counties.
RUTLAND. Extent. Saturday the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 26 Edw. I.
Thy. Three parts of 1 knight’s fee held by Ralph de Folevile, of the honour of Leicester, by homage and service of suit at the court of Leicester, and scutage, the said services being worth 4s. yearly.
Wodeheved. Nine parts of 1 knight’s fee held by Robert Greleye, of the honour of Lancaster, by service of 9s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Lancaster, and scutage.
He held no advowsons in the county.
LEICESTER. Inq. (undated).
Edmondthorpe (Thorp Edm’). 1/2 fee held by Robert de Tybetof; 1/2 fee and 1/10 fee held by Richard de Castirton; and 1/10 fee held by Henry Fraunceys, Richard de la Grene, Roger le Clerk, William Rangilon, Helen atte Goters, William Jurdon and Thomas super la Grene.
Wymundeham. 1/2 fee held by John Hamelyn; and 1/2 fee and 1/10 fee held by the same John, Hugh de Purle and William de Charneles.
Stapilford. 1/2 fee held by Clemence de Vescy; 1/2 fee held by William Gaugy and William de Hurle; 1/2 fee held by William Gaugy le Rus; and 1/10 fee held by Ralph son of Matthew.
Saxeby. 1/10 fee held by John Hamelyn and Nicholas de Grendale.
Coston. 1 fee held by Thomas de Berkele.
Broutton. 1 fee held by the abbot of Croxton.
Hareston and Gnypton. 1 fee held by the heir of Richard de Grey.
WARWICK. Inq. made at Warwick on Monday the morrow of the Purification, 26 Edw. I.
Ilmendone and Quyntone. 1 knight’s fee held by John de Monteforti for homage, and he does scutage &c.
Radeweye. 1/8 knight’s fee held by the abbot of Staunle, who does scutage.
Oxhulle. 1/8 knight’s fee held by the abbot of Bordesleye, who does scutage.
Herberbur[y]. 1/5 knight’s fee, except two parts of a bovate of land, held by the abbot of Combe (Cumba), who does scutage.
Wodecote. 1/4 fee.
Tachesbroc. 1 fee.
Fennycumtone. 1 fee.
Merstone and Etindone. 2 fees.
Pinle, Lodintone, Wodecote and Overesle. 1 1/2 fee.
All held by William le Botyler for homage and service, and he does scutage.
Wilmencote. 1/4 fee held by Robert de Val by homage, and he does scutage.
Fylongel[e]. 1/2 fee similarly held by Sir John de Hastinges.
Mortone. 1/4 fee similarly held by John de Bissopesdone.
Lapworth. 1/2 fee similarly held by Hugh de Braunkestone.
Brinkelawe with its members. 1 fee similarly held by John Wake.
Herbury. 1/4 fee similarly held by John Mallore.
Paylintone and Herdeborewe. 1/2 fee similarly held by Nicholas de Turvyle.
Paylintone. 1/4 fee similarly held by Hugh de Herdeborewe; and 1/4 fee similarly held by George de Charneles.
NOTTINGHAM. ‘This side Trent.’ Inq. made at Brygeford ad Pontem on Wednesday after St. Nicholas, 26 Edw. I.
Flyntham. 1 knight’s fee held by Thomas de Marseye, of the honour of Lancaster, by service of 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Lancaster, and scutage.
Crophill and Kynalton. 2 knights’ fees similarly held by William le Botyler by service of 20s. yearly for the guard of the same castle, and scutage.
Cotegrave. 1 fee similarly held by Peter de Greleye by service of 10s. yearly for the guard of the same castle, and scutage.
Holm, Basyngfeld and Gameleston. 1 knight’s fee similarly held by Anora de Perpount by service of 10s. yearly for the guard of the same castle, and scutage.
Edwolton. 1/3 knight’s fee held by Ralph Basset of Drayton, of the honour of Leicester, by homage and service of suit at the court of Leicester, and he does his share of the mill pond of Leicester when it is broken, which service is worth 3s. 4d. yearly.
Gaham, Normanton on Sore and Sutton. 1 1/2 knight’s fee held by Roger de Sancto Andrea and his parceners, of the honour of Leicester, by homage and service of suit at the court of Leicester, which service is worth 6s. 8d. yearly, and scutage.
He had no advowsons in the county this side Trent.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 20 Oct. 25 Edw. I.
NOTTINGHAM. Inq. made at Retteford on the morrow of St. Lucy, 26 Edw. I.
Gameleston, Walesby, Hoghton, Mareseye, Elkesleye, Morton, Barneby, Thorp, West Retford, Claverburg and Westdrayton, Kirketon, and Mysen. 2 knights’ fees held by Thomas de Mareseye, lord of Gameleston, by knight’s service, viz. for homage and suit of court every three weeks at the court of Bothemeshill, and he rendered 20s. yearly for the guard of Lancaster, and 8s. yearly for common fine.
Bothemeshill and its members. 1 knight’s fee held by Richard de Furneus and Richard de Boselyngthorp by knight’s service, doing homage and suit at the court aforesaid and rendering 10s. for guard as above, and 4s. yearly for common fine.
Perquisites of court are worth 20s.
He had no advowsons of churches, or villenages in the county.
DERBY. Extent made at Esseburn on Saturday the morrow of St. Nicholas, 26 Edw. I.
Sudbur[y], Cobbel[e], Mercington, Aston, Snelleston, Somersale, Eyton, Seggeshale and Oselaston, with the manor of Eketon, co. Northampton, held by William de Monte Gomeri for 7 knights’ fees, with the advowsons of the churches of Sudbur[y], Cobbel[e] and Eketon.
Schirl[e], Hogam, Bradel[e], Yolgreve, Hopwell, Yldresl[e], Ednesouere and Irton. The manor held by Ralph de Schirl[e] for 5 knights’ fees, besides what he holds in other counties.
Boylleston. The manor with the advowson of a moiety of the church, held by John de Basinges for 1/4 knight’s fee.
Barton. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by John de Bakepuz for 1 knight’s fee.
Alcmunton. The manor and his land at Holond, held by Ralph de Bakepuz for three parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Sutton. The manor held by William de Balliolo, by the courtesy of England, for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Trossel[e]. The manor held by William de Doddingeseles for 1 knight’s fee.
(fn. 6) Rodborn and Moginton. The manors with the advowson of a moiety of the church of Moginton, held by Robert de Stafford for 1 knight’s fee.
Asch. The manor, held by Ralph de Rocheford through his wife for three parts of 1 knight’s fee
*Rodborn and Moginton. His manors with the advowson of a moiety of the church of Moginton and the advowson of the church of Rodburn, held by John de Chaundos for 1 knight’s fee.
Dalbur[y and] Breydeshal. The manor of Dalbur[y] held in demesne with the advowson of the church, and the manor of Breydeshal held in service, by Giles de Meignil for 2 knights’ fees.
Brunlaston and Berewardecote, held by William de Henouere for 1 knight’s fee.
Sedenfen, Hulton, and Leke [co. Nottingham]. Sedenfen and his land in Hulton held in demesne, and Leke held in service, by Robert de Tonk’ for 1 1/2 and 1/3 knight’s fee.
Haddon and Basselowe in High Peak, held by Richard de Vernoun for 1 knight’s fee.
Murkanston. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Robert de Scheldeford.
Middelton by Yolgreve. The manor held by Richard de Herthull for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Etewell. The manor held by the heir of Richard de Riboef for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Braillesford, Wyngerworth and Hunston. The manors with the advowsons of the churches of Dronefeld and Brayllesford, held by Henry de Brayllesford for 1 knight’s fee.
Tissinton. The manor held by the heirs of Geoffrey le Sauvage for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Bradeburn. The manor held by Roger de Bradeburn for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Le How. 1/23 and 1/12 knight’s fee held by the same.
Offedecote. 1/40 knight’s fee held by the same.
Saperton. 1/4 knight’s fee held by Hamo de Saperton.
Thorvaston. The manor and his land in Spondon, held by Ralph Pipard for 1/2 and 1/10 knight’s fee.
Spondon. The land late of Richard de Grey held by the brethren of St. Lazarus for two parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Chaddesden and Wynleye. 1/12 knight’s fee held by the heir of Henry de Cardoill.
Chadd[esden]. 80a. land held by the heir of William de Chadd[esden] for 1/10 knight’s fee; and a third part of the land late of Henry de Breynes held by the same for 1/120 knight’s fee.
Lochay. 1/6 knight’s fee held by Ralph de Freschenvill; and 1/6 knight’s fee held by Thomas le Power.
Alton and Hordlowe. 1/8 knight’s fee held by John le Biroun; and 1/8 knight’s fee held by Henry le Biroun.
Holond. The land late of Ledger the hunter (Leodegarvenator’) held by William de Tissinton for 1/10 knight’s fee.
Wynleye. The land late of Thomas Young (Juvenis) held by the same for 1/10 knight’s fee.
By the Douve. His land by the Douve held by John de Pilecote for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Yveleye and Holinton. 1/2 knight’s fee held by William de Meignill.
Ketleston. The manor with the advowson of the church held by Richard de Corsun for four parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Swerkeston and Hulton. 1/2 and 1/10 knight’s fee held by John de Bek.
Elton. The manor held by Robert Tibbot in service for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Le Neubugg[ing]. 1/40 knight’s fee held by Adam de Beveresford in the assarts ‘dil Neubugg’.’
Doffeud. 1/20 knight’s fee held by the heir of William de Breydeshale in the assarts of Doffeud.
Lochay. The land late of Robert le Wyne held by the brethren of St. Lazarus for 1/20 knight’s fee.
Spondon. 1/3 knight’s fee held by Henry de Grey.
Scropton. 1/40 knight’s fee held by Thomas Morel.
Lochay. 1/2 knight’s fee held by the heir of Philip Mark’; 1/2 knight’s fee held by Ralph de Montjoye; and lands late of Hugh de Ferr[ariis] held by the same for 1/7 knight’s fee.
Croxhale, Twyford and elsewhere. 3 knight’s fees, late of Richard de Corsun, held by Roger Brabanzon.
Catton. The manor with the township of Twycros, held by Simon de Leyborn, through his wife, for 1 knight’s fee.
Lollinton, Gresel[e], Swartlingcote, Linton, Hethecote, Durantesthorp, and O[kethorp (fn. 7) ], and his land elsewhere, held by Geoffrey de Gresel[e] for 3 knights’ fees.
Bretteby. The manor held by John de Segrave for 1/4 knight’s fee.
Neuton. The manor held by Alfred de Suleny for 1 knight’s fee.
Matlack. 1/40 knight’s fee held by the heirs of Matthew de Haversegg; and 1/40 knight’s fee held by the heir of Ralph de Wynefeld.
Kingeswode. 1/40 knight’s fee held by Henry de Knyveton.
Staunton. The manor with the advowson of a moiety of the church, held by Robert de Staunton for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Doffeld and Heyegg. 1/26 knight’s fee held by the heir of Robert de Macy.
Chaddesden. 1/6 knight’s fee held by Andrew Loterel.
Heyegg. 1/40 knight’s fee held by Walter de Goushull.
Wyntresmulne and Tops … 1/15 knight’s fee, late of Robert Omer (?), held by the heir of John de Acovere.
Spondon. An assart in the manor held by the heir of Ralph de S[tre]tton for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Wyrk[esworthe]. 1/20 knight’s fee held by the heir of Robert Cortemaunche.
Marketon and Macworth, held by Thomas Tuchet for 2 knights’ fees.
Doffeud. The advowson of the church belonged to the said Edmund by reason of the honour of Tutbury.
Hertindon. The advowson of the church belonged to the said Edmund for the same reason but now the nuns of St. Clare without London, hold it to their own use by his grant.
STAFFORD. Extent made at Tutt[bury] on Monday before St. Nicholas, 26 Edw. I.

Herlaston and elsewhere in other counties. 3 1/2 knights’ fees held by Richard de Vernoun, besides what he holds in co. Derby.
Aunsedel. 1/20 knight’s fee in assarts held by the same.
Crakemerx and Combrugg’, and elsewhere in divers counties. 4 knights’ fees held by Theobald de Verdoun.
Alstonesfelt. A third part of the manor held by Nicholas de Audedel[e] for 1 knight’s fee; 1 knight’s fee held by Hugh Dispenser (Dispensarius); and 1 knight’s fee in the manor held by Ralph de Vernoun.
Clifton and elsewhere. 1 fee in demesne and 2 fees in service held by Geoffrey de Camvill.
Wycchenouer and Sirescote. The manors held by Robert de Somervill for 2 knights’ fees of the little fees of Mortain.
Tunstall and Neubolt, held by the same in exchange for the manor of Barton for 1/4 knight’s fee.
Falede, co. Stafford, and Lokeng in another county [co. Berks]. The manors held by Stephen de Corsun in demesne, and [other places] in other counties held in service, for 2 1/4 knights’ fees.
Chebeseye. The manor held by Robert de Hastang for 1 knight’s fee.
Mercington. Land in the manor late of Walter the cook (coci), land late of Odo de Wodeford, and 4a. of assart land, held by Stephen de Wodeford for 1/10 knight’s fee.
Alstonesfelt. 1/3 knight’s fee held by William de Stafford.
Mercington. 24 1/2a. land in the manor held by William de Chaundoys for 1/10 knight’s fee.
Lockesl[e]. The manor held by the heir of Thomas de Ferr[ariis] for 1/4 knight’s fee.
Rolleston. The land late of William de Rolleston held by his heirs for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Rodelowe. 1/20 knight’s fee held by Robert de Knyttel.
Callingwood (?) (in Bosco Calumpn’). The land late of Robert de Derb[y] held by the same for 1/12 knight’s fee.
Modiesmor. 44a. land held by Adam the hunter (venator) for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Nedwode. 10a. land beneath (subtus) the forest, held by the same for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Coundisl[e]. The land late of Hugh de Ferr[ariis] held by the same for 1/10 knight’s fee.
Hambur[y]. The land late of Roger de Norton held by Henry the cook (cocus) for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Mercington. Land in assarts held by the same for 1/10 knight’s fee.
[Coton?] The land late of Adam the cook of Coton held by Henry the cook, the younger, for 1/40 knight’s fee.
Rodelowe. 1/20 knight’s fee held by the heir of Ralph de Burgo.
Le Horecros. 1/8 knight’s fee held by Robert de Meleborne.
Draycote. 1/40 knight’s fee in assarts held by the heir of Andrew de Jarpenvill.
Yoxhale. 1/40 knight’s fee held by the heir of John the baker (pistoris); 1/40 knight’s fee held by the heir of Robert Selveyn; and the tenement late of Gerard Wyldegos held by Richard de Barton for 1/40 knight’s fee.
(Unspecified.) The land late of William de Parles held by Richard Oweyn.
Sondon. The manor held by Nicholas le Botiler for 1 knight’s fee.
Hambur[y], Uttoxh[ather], Tatenhill, Yoxhal, and Rolleston. The advowsons of the churches [belong to the said Edmund] by reason of the lands of the honour of Tut[bury].
Knotton. The town with Hanchurch, Hanford, Dimmesdal, Holdich and W[itmore are knight’s fees and belong to the manor of Newcastle (fn. 8) ].
Stoke. The advowson of the church [with its chapels*].
Wolstanton. The advowson of the church [with its chapels*].
LANCASTER. Extent made at Lancaster on Monday after St. Lucy, 26 Edw. I.
Wapentake of Aumundrenesse:—
(Unspecified.) 1/2 knight’s fee held by Ingram de Gynes and his parceners.
Wyhton with its members. 1/2 knight’s fee held by the heir of Richard son of John (Theobald le Botiler deleted).
Laton with its members. 1 knight’s fee held by William le Botiller.
Frekelton with its members. 1 knight’s fee held by the earl of Lincoln, who holds nothing in demesne and the rent is worth 10s. yearly.
Brining. 1/4 knight’s fee held by the heir of Robert de Bethum.
Fixwyk and Halton in the wapentake of Lounesdale. 1/4 knight’s fee held by William de Dakre.
Preston. The advowson of the church.
St. Michael upon Wyrr’. The advowson of the church.
Wapentake of Lounesdale:—
Horneby with its members. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Margaret de Nevill.
(Unspecified.) 1/2 knight’s fee held by Ingram de Gynes and his parceners.
Wapentake of Derbis[hire]:—
(Unspecified.) 2 knights’ fees held by William le Botiler.
1 knight’s fee held by John de Langeton and Alice (Aleys’) his wife.
1/2 knight’s fee held by Richard le Molineus of Cefton.
6 knights’ fees held by the heir of Robert de Gredele in Derbis[hire], Laylondiss[hire] and Salfordis[hire].
2 knights’ fees held by Henry de Lacy.
2 1/2 (?) knights’ fees held by the same in Laylondis[hire,] Derbis[hire] and Aumunderneys.
NORTHUMBERLAND. Inquisition as to knights’ fees and advowsons of churches within the liberty of Emeldon, made on Sunday before St. Gregory, 26 Edw. I.
1/2 knight’s fee held by Sir Richard de Craucestre.
1/2 knight’s fee held by John de Midelton, a minor.
1/4 knight’s fee held by Walter Swethog (?), a minor.
1/4 knight’s fee held by John de Kertinton.
1/4 knight’s fee held by Michael de Dunstan.
1/4 knight’s fee held by Avice de Swineborne.
No advowson was in his hands.
Commission to William Wyther, Ralph Paynel and Roger de Ingoldeby, late sub-escheator in Lincoln, to extend the lands, tenements, knights’ fees and advowsons of churches which were of Edmund the king’s brother of the earldom of Derby, within the county of Lincoln, and were taken into the king’s hand by reason of his death, 25 April, 26 Edw. I.
Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Lincoln to provide a jury for the above named commissioners, 27 April, 26 Edw. I.
LINCOLN. Extent made at Lincoln on the eve of Christmas day, 26 Edw. I (defaced).
Thonneck [alias Thonnek]. The manor held by Edmund de Cornubia by homage, service of 3 1/3 knights’ fees, suit at the rere-county (retro Comitatus) of Lincoln every six weeks, and [33s.] 4d. yearly for the guard of the castle of Lancaster.
Suth Kelleseye [alias Sout Kelleseie]. The manor held by Robert de Monte Alto, by homage, service of 1 knight’s fee, and 10s. yearly for the same guard; but Robert Haunsard [alias Haunsart] is tenant in demesne.
Tydd [alias Tyd]. The manor held in demesne by John son of Reginald de Tydd [alias Adam son of John de Tyd] by homage, service of 1/2 knight’s fee and 5s. for the same guard; and a manor in the same held in demesne by Robert de Tatersale by homage, service of 1/2 knight’s fee, and 5s. for the same guard.
Flete. The manor held in demesne by [Thomas de] Multon by homage, service of three parts of 1 knight’s fee, and 6s. 8d. for the same guard.
Lutton. The manor held in demesne by the same by service of 1 knight’s fee and 10s. for the same guard.
Swalue. Two manors held by the abbot of Grimmesby [alias Grymsby] and the prioress of Nunne Cotun [alias Nonne Cotun] by service of [1/2 knight’s fee] and 5s. for the same guard; and they did homage and suit at the rere-county of Lincoln [every six weeks].
Croxton. 1/2 knight’s fee held by William [le Botiller], rendering 5s. yearly for the same for guard, and doing homage.
Filingham. 1 knight’s fee held by the same, rendering 10s. for the same guard, and his tenants did suit at the rere-county.
[Elesham.] A manor and bondage tenements in Bultham [alias Boltham], held by Robert le Breton by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, rendering 5s. yearly for the same guard, and doing suit at the rere-county aforesaid.
Filingham. 1/3 knight’s fee held by [William Duket] by homage, and suit at the rere-county, and rendering 3s. 2d. [alias 3s. 4d.] yearly [for the same guard].
Ingeham [alias Ingham]. Two parts of 1 knight’s fee held by [the prior of Bo]lington, rendering 6s. 8d. yearly for the same guard.
Swyneheved [alias Swyneshevyd]. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by Robert de Greley by service of 2 knights’ fees, rendering 20s. yearly for the same guard.
Sixel [alias Sixhel]. The manor held by the same Robert by service of 1 1/2 knight’s fee, rendering 15s. 1/4d. [yearly for guard].
Bracebr[igge]. 1/2 knight’s fee held by the same, rendering [5s.] for guard.
Bloxham. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the same by homage and service of 1 1/10 knight’s fee, rendering 11s. yearly for the same guard.
Boby. A manor and 19 bovates of land, held by Robert de Inges [alias de Enges] in demesne, and a manor held by Henry de Lettres his parcener, both held by homage and service of 1/2 knight’s fee, [suit at the rere-]county, two appearances at the court of Wellynghouere [alias Welinghouere], and rendering 5s. yearly for the same guard.
[Welynghouere.] A manor [alias tenements] held by Robert le Venour, William Dyseni [alias Diseny], Richard de Bo[selingthort] and Simon de Lunderthorp, holding in bondage, by homage and service of 1 knight’s fee, suit at the rere-county, and rendering 10s. yearly for the same guard.
Suthkirkeby [alias Soutkirkeby]. [A manor] held by the prioress of Gracedieu (de Gracia dei) by homage and service of three parts of a knight’s fee [alias 1 knight’s fee], suit at the rere-county, and rendering 7s. 6d. yearly for the same guard.
Osgoteby. 2 bovates of land held by Hugh de Bussy [alias de Buscy] by service of 2s. yearly or a brachet [hound] of one colour.
Lincoln county. The pleas &c. of the rere-county of Lincoln are worth 60s. yearly, and those of the court of Wellinghouere are worth … yearly.
Freskeneye, Waynflete, Strubby, Ereby, Braytoft, Hotoft, Asfordeby, Strusthorp, Makerthorp, Thedelthorp, Gayton, Tathewell, Fareford, Oxcomb, Swaby, Brinkel, Hawe, Langeton, Sauthorp, Hameringham, Donsthorp, Hemmingby, Calthorp, Wynceby, Horsington, Bokenhale, Elkyngton and Metheringham. 14 1/2 knights’ fees held by Philip de Kyme of the fee of Ferrers (Ferariorum) by homage and suit at the court of Gretham.
Calseby. The manor held in demesne by the same of the same fee by the aforesaid service.
Daleby, Drexthorp, Partenaye, Wayneflete, Ulseby, Thurleby, Halyngton and Raytheby. 3 knights’ fees held by John de Orreby, knight, of the same fee by homage and suit of court at Gretham.
Daleby. The manor held in demesne by the same by the service aforesaid.
Calthorp, Riston, Hawe and Lekeburn. 2 fees and five parts of 1 fee held by Henry de [Lekeburn] by homage and suit at the court aforesaid.
[Leke]burn. The manor with the advowson of the church held in demesne by the same by the service aforesaid.
Raitheby, Halington, Tathewell, Malteby, Catte Dale, Conyngesholm, Somercotes, Foulesthorp, Sutton and Saltfleteby. 3 knights’ fees held by Peter de Leke[burn] by homage and suit at the court aforesaid.
Raytheby. The manor with the advowson of the church held in demesne by the same by the service aforesaid.
Neubel, Steynton, Langwath, Mayd[enwell] and Foulestowe. 3 knights’ fees held by John Gumbald, Henry de Baiocis, Urian de Sancto Petro and Alice de Cantilupo, by homage and suit at the court aforesaid, of whom the same John Gumbald holds a manor in Neubel, Henry de Baiocis a manor in demesne in the same place, and Alice de Cantilupo a manor in demesne in Maydenwell.
Billesby and Asfordeby. A manor held by Muriel de Asfordeby; and a manor held by Yvo de B[asvent (fn. 9) ]; both held by homage and service of three parts of 1 knight’s fee, and suit at the court aforesaid.
Writ of certiorari concerning the knights’ fees which the said Edmund held in cos. Northampton, Lincoln, Leicester, Warwick and Rutland, 21 June, 26 Edw. I.
[NORTHAMPTON.] Inq. concerning knights’ fees not previously extended, made at Hecham Ferreres on Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 26 Edw. I.
Wolaston and Strixton. 2 knights’ fees held by Sir Robert de Bray, which are not of the honour of Ferrars but of the honour of Chokes.
LINCOLN. Inq. concerning knights’ fees in co. Lincoln made at Lincoln, 8 February, 27 Edw. I.
As in the extent dated the eve of Christmas day, 26 Edw. I, with the variations there given within square brackets and the following differences:—
Tyd. The manor held in demesne by Adam son of John de Tyd.
Swyneshevyd and Bloxham. The advowsons of the churches omitted.
Calceby. The manor with its appurtenances in Freskeneye, Waynflet, Strobby, Irby, Braitoft, Hotoft, Asfordby, Strustorp, Makerthorp, Thedelthorp, Gayton, Tathewell, Fayrforthe, Oxecoumbe, Suaby, Brinchyl, Hawe, Langeton, Saucethorp, Hameringham, Dunstorp, Hemmingeby, Foletteby, Calthorp, Wynceby, Metringham in Kesteven, and Prestwolt in co. Leicester, held by Philip de Kyme of the fee of Ferrars by homage and service of 14 1/2 knights’ fees and suit of court at Gretham every three weeks.
Newbel, Maydenwelle, Steynton, Languat and Folestowe. Certain tenements held by John Gobaud, Henry de Bayouse and their parceners of the same fee by homage and service, of 3 knights’ fees and suit of court at Gretham every three weeks.
Dalby. A manor with its appurtenances in Waynflet, Ulceby and Huby, held by John de Horreby by homage and service of 3 knights’ fees and suit at the court of Gretham.
Raytheby. A manor with its appurtenances in Legborn, Catdale, Halington, Conyngsholm, Folestorp, Tawelle, Colkesby (?), Soterby, Malteby, Somercotes, Salfletby and Thettelthorp, held by Peter de Legborne by homage and service of 3 knights’ fees and suit at the court at Gretham every three weeks.
Legborn. A manor with its appurtenances in Sutton and Riston and Hawe, held by Henry de Legborn by homage and service of 2 1/6 knights’ fees and suit at the court of Gretham.
Billesby, Hanay (?), Markeby and Hotoft. Tenements held by the heirs of William de Assefordeby by homage and service of 1 knight’s fee less a fourth part, and suit at the court of Gretham every three weeks.
[LEICESTER.] Extent and appraisement of knights’ fees and advowsons which were of Edmund earl of Leicester (undated).
Staunton Wyvile, Scanketon and Herdewik. 1 1/2 knight’s fee held by Robert de Wyvile, doing scutage and suit of court every three weeks.
Hyham. 1/4 fee held by Gilbert de Bosevile by the services aforesaid.
Frollesworth. 1/4 fee held by Ralph Davers, doing scutage when it runs.
Wygingeston, Thurleston, Normanton, Craft, Sutton, Stoke and Upton. 2 fees held by Robert de Champayne, doing scutage and suit of court.
Halu..n (?). 1/4 fee held by Walter Hylling by the same services.
Walton. 1/2 fee held by the heir of William de Euere by the same services.
Thorp by Lilleburn. 1/2 fee held by Roger Mallore by the same services.
Suth Kenelyngwrth. 1/4 fee held by Robert son of Simon by the same services; and 1/2 fee held by Richard, lord of Suth Kenelyngworth, by the same services.
Wyluby, and in the water-mill of Hendredeby. 1/10 fee held by Martin de Ryperes by the same services.
Butunswell. 1/2 fee held by the abbot of Leicester, Richard de Stilton and Peter de Uppingham by the same services; and 1/8 fee held by the master of the Hospital of Jerusalem in England, doing scutage only.
Nouesle and Humberston. 1 fee held by Master Roger de Martyvaus, doing suit of court and scutage.
Syleby and Thyrneby. 1 fee held by John de Segrave;
Watton and Walton. 1/5 fee held by the same;
Cateby. 1/6 fee held by the same; by the same services.
Wymundewold. 1 fee held by William le Bottiler;
Raveneston. 1/4 fee held by the same; doing scutage only.
Knapetoft and Musele. 1 fee held by the heirs of Roger de Merleye; and 1/4 fee held by the heirs of Walter de Belegrave; doing scutage and suit of court.
Gloreston, Stocfaston and Cravenhou. 1 fee held by Ralph Basset of Drayton by the same services.
Hynkele. 1/5 fee held by the free tenants there, doing scutage only.
Sapecote, Stoke and Upton. 1 fee held by Ralph Basset of Sapecote, doing scutage and suit of court.
Attirton and Wythirdele. 1 fee held by John Wake, doing scutage only.
Hauthirn, 1/20 fee held by Hugh le Despenser, doing scutage and suit of court.
Hynkele. 1/2 fee held by George de Charneles, doing scutage only.
Wymundewold, Borton and Prestewold. 1 fee held by Thomas de Chaworth, doing scutage and suit of court.
Petlyng and Stapilton. 1 fee held by William Moton by the same services.
Thorp. 1/10 fee held by Saier de Thorp by the same services.
Normanton, Thurleston and Craft, Walton, Onelep, Sywoldeby, Smetheton and Saxilby. 4 1/2 fees held by Ralph de Turvyle by the same services.
Brocton, Langeton and the other Langeton, and Hyham. 3 1/4 fees held by Andrew de Eleye by the same services.
Cuntasthorp and Blaby. 1 fee held by William de Beuchaump, earl of Warwick, by the same services.
Thedyngworth. 1/8 fee held by the abbot of Leicester by scutage only.
Brentyngthorp and Weston. 1/2 fee held by Ralph de Aneta, doing suit of court and scutage.
Kyrkeby Mallore. 1/2 fee held by Thomas Mallore by the same services.
Belegrave and Glenefeld. 1 fee held by William de Ferrar[iis] by scutage only.
Wymundewold. 1/8 fee held by the abbot of Gerndon, doing scutage only.
Lokyngton. 1/2 fee held by Simon de Senevile by scutage and suit of court.
Welesberuwe. 1/2 fee held by Hugh de Herdeberue, doing scutage only.
Thedyngworth. 1/8 fee held by Isabel de Turs, doing suit and scutage.
Evynton and Humbreston. 1 1/2 fee held by Henry de Grey by the same service.
He had no advowsons in the bailiwick. The advowsons of the abbeys of Leicester and Gerndon are not included because the lord gets no profit.
[WARWICK.] Inq. made at Warwick on Monday after St. Nicholas the bishop, 27 Edw. I.
Ylmindon and F[ox]cote. The manor held of the earldom of Leicester by John de Monte Forti for 1 knight’s fee, doing homage, and the earl had a view of frank pledge of the tenants.
The fee is worth 20l. yearly with the advowson of the church of Ylmindon.
Radeweye. 1/8 knight’s fee held by the abbot of Stonle, doing scutage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Oxhille. 1/8 knight’s fee held by the abbot of Bordesleye, doing scutage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Mereston Botyler. A manor held in demesne by William le Botyler for 1 knight’s fee, doing homage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Compton Fenny. 1 knight’s fee held in service by the same by homage and service, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Tachebrok Malore. The manor held in service by the same for 1 knight’s fee by homage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Wodecote. 1/4 fee held by the same by homage and service, and his tenants come to the earl’s view of frankpledge.
Overesleye. The manor held by the same for 1/2 knight’s fee, doing homage &c, and his tenants come to the earl’s view of frankpledge.
Morton. 1/4 fee held in service by John de Biscopdon by homage &c., and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Ordelorscote, held in frank almoin by the prior of Warminton for 1/2 knight’s fee, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Lapworthe, held by Hugh de Braunteston for 1/8 knight’s fee, doing homage and suit at the court of Leicester every 3 weeks, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
(Unspecified.) A carucate of land within the fee of Lapuorthe held by Robert de Brome, rendering 4s. yearly.
Paylinton and Herdebor[ue]. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Nicholas de Turwile.
Paylinton. 1/4 knight’s fee held by Hugh de Herdebor[ue]; and 1/4 knight’s fee held by George de Charneles
Wilmedecote. 1/4 fee held by Robert de Wal by homage &c, doing suit of court at Leicester every three weeks, and his tenants come to the view of frankpledge of Hinkele.
Filungle. 1/2 knight’s fee held by John de Hastyng by homage and scutage only.
Herbery. 1/4 knight’s fee, except two parts of a virgate of land, held by the abbot of Combe, doing scutage, and his tenants come to the view of frankpledge of Mereston.
Herbur[y]. 1/4 knight’s fee held by John Malure of the fee of ‘le megre’ by homage and scutage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Brinkelowe. 1 knight’s fee held by John de Wake by homage and scutage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
Pinle and Lodinton. 1/2 knight’s fee held by William le Botyler by homage and scutage, and his tenants come to a view of frankpledge.
RUTLAND. Extent made at Okham on Thursday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 26 Edw. I.
Wodeheved. Nine parts of a fee held by Thomas de Grele son and heir of Robert de Grele, a minor, of the honour of Lancaster, rendering 9s. yearly for the guard of Lancaster.
Ty. Three parts of a fee held by John de Folevile of the honour of Leicester,
Schedule of advowsons of all the churches which were of the said Edmund, with their values.
STAFFORD. S[tok].
(fn. 10) Wulstanton.
Hambur[y].
Uttoxh[ather].
*Tatenhull.
Ioxhale.
Rolleston.
DERBY. *Duffeld.
NORTHAMPTON. Hyham.
*Raundes.
*Irencestre.
LEICESTER. Stapilford.
*Edmondthorpe (Torpedm’).
Wymundham.
Totebur[y]. Portions of the chapel.
LANCASTER. Preston in Amondernesse.
St. Michael’s upon Wyr.
C. Edw. I. File 81.

Footnotes

  • 1. Missing, but thus given in the Calendar printed in 1806.
  • 2. This name may have been deleted.
  • 3. This name may have been deleted.
  • 4. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.
  • 5. Entry deleted.
  • 6. These two entries are marked with crosses in the margin.
  • 7. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, bnt now illegible.
  • 8. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.
  • 9. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.
  • 10. These churches have the word dos (dower) written against them in the margin.