Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 85

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 85

Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 85

473. ROGER SON OF ROGER DE NODARIIS alias DE NOWERS.
Writ to the sheriff of Bedford and Buckingham, 2 May, 26 Edw I.
BEDFORD. Inq. made at Wyminton on Tuesday before the feast of Trinity, 26 Edw. I.
Wymintone. The manor (extent given) held of Felicia, daughter and heir of Nicholas son of William de Welton, by homage and service of a pair of white gloves, price 1/2d., for all services save foreign services; 7a. arable held of John son of Nicholas by service of a rose yearly; 1/2 virgate of land with the advowson of the church, viz.—two parts of the advowson, held of Sir Robert Burnel, bishop of Bath and Wells, and his heirs by homage; and there are due yearly to Thomas de Wahull for the manor of Welton, which is of the aforesaid Felicia, 16d.; to Sir J. Lovel 2s. 2d. rent; to Roger de Ssepysevid 2s. 6d. rent; and to bondmen by custom 15d.
He died on Tuesday before St. Mark last. Roger his son, aged 1 3/4 year, is his next heir.
Writ to the sheriff of Oxford and Berks, 2 May, 26 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Inq. made at Cherchull, 10 May, 26 Edw. I.
Cherchulle. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of Sir Philip Burnel; for the said Roger and his father did homage to Sir Robert Burnel, bishop of Bath and Wells, and after his death the said Roger did homage to the said Sir Philip, and held the same of Sir Philip’s heir by service of 1d. yearly and homage as abovesaid. Sir Richard de Vernoun received the last scutage. He held no other lands &c. save the manor of Wyminton, co. Bedford.
Roger de Nowers his son, aged 1 1/2 year, is his next heir.
Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator, sending the inquisitions made by the sheriffs of Buckingham, Bedford, Oxford and Berks, for Richard de Vernon and William de Nevill each assert that the manor of Churchehill is held of them and not of the heir of Philip Burnel or of the king, 8 June, 26 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Inq. made at Oxford on Thursday before St. Margaret, 26 Edw. I.
Churchull. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of Philip Burnel, a minor and in the king’s wardship, by homage and service of 1d. and as much relief as pertains to 1d. yearly, and doing to Richard de Vernon relief, and scutage when it shall happen, for 1 knight’s fee. The manor is not held of William de Nevyle; and the said Roger held nothing of the king in chief in the county.
Heir as above, aged 2 years.
BEDFORD. Inq. made at Bedeford on Monday after St. Margaret, 26 Edw. I.
Wymygton. Half a virgate of land and two parts of the advowson of the church, held of the heir of Philip Burnel by homage only; the manor (extent given) held of William de Nevile and Felicia his wife by homage and scutage when it runs, and by service of a pair of white gloves, price 1/2d. yearly; and 7a. arable held of John son of Nicholas de Wymygton by service of a rose yearly. He held nothing of the king in chief.
Heir as last above.
Writ to the escheator to take into the king’s hand the meadow of Milnhamme in the manor of Chirchehill, which has not yet been extended, and enquire &c. 20 July, 26 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Inq. Sunday the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 26 Edw. I.
Mulleham alias Mulneham in the manor of Cherchehull. The meadow, worth 100s. yearly, is held of the heir of Philip Burnel together with the residue of the whole manor by homage and service of 1d. yearly. Roger de Nodariis the father gave the said meadow to Roger his son and Joan his wife and their heirs and enfeoffed them jointly of the same by charter, with condition that if the said Roger the son should die before his father, the said Joan surviving, she should hold the same for life for her whole dower, but if the said Roger should survive his father, as he did, then he and the said Joan and their heirs should hold the same for ever. This meadow was extended together with the other meadows of the manor by the sheriff and afterwards by the escheator.
Writ of plenius certiorari to the escheator to enquire into all the circumstances of the tenure of the manor of Churchehull by the said Roger, warning Maud late the wife of Philip Burnel, mother of his heir, to be present with the muniments concerning the manor, 11 Oct. 26 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Inq. made at Chupyngnorton, 21 Nov. 26 Edw. I. (sic).
Churchull. Roger de Whelton, son and heir of William de Whelton, in 8 Edw. I or thereabout, enfeoffed Robert Burnel, late bishop of Bath and Wells, of all the service which Roger de Nodariis, brother of the said Roger de Whelton, owed him concerning the manor of Churchull, which he held of him, viz.—homage and service of 1d. yearly and service of 1 knight’s fee, doing scutage when it should happen. Roger de Nodariis and Roger his son, did the services aforesaid to the said Robert, and after the said Robert’s death to Philip Burnel, his nephew and heir; whereby the wardship of the manor pertains to Edward son and heir of the said Philip, who is now in the king’s wardship.
In the time of king Henry III one Nicholas de Nodariis, ancestor of the said Roger, held the said manor of one Richard le Vernoun, ancestor of Richard le Vernoun that now is, by service of a knight’s fee, and came into the wardship of the said Richard by reason of his minority, and the said Richard married his daughter Eustachia to the said Nicholas, and gave him quittance by charter of the service of a knight’s fee which he owed him for the said manor; since which time neither the present Richard de Vernoun nor any of his ancestors have had any service from the manor by the hands of the said Roger or his ancestors. After the said Nicholas came into the wardship of the said Richard no heir of his was ever in wardship except Roger son of Roger son of Roger, who is now in the king’s wardship as wardship of wardship by reason of the minority of Edward Burnel aforesaid.
Endorsed: This inquisition was taken in the presence of …. the attorney of Maud Burnel, mother of Edward son and heir of Philip Burnel, and of the executors of Roger de Nodariis, who showed …. muniments which sufficiently declared the right of the said heir, Richard de Vernoun being present.
Writ of certiorari to the escheator to enquire whether Roger de Nodariis deceased and Joan his wife, whom John de Harcourt has married, were enfeoffed jointly of 10l. land in the meadow of Milnham in the manor of Churchehull by Roger the father, or not &c. 9 July, 27 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Inq. taken at Chepyng Norton on Saturday after the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 27 Edw. I. (defective).
Mullneham in the manor of Churchehull. The said Roger, the father, gave 10l. land in the said meadow to Roger his son and Joan his wife and the heirs of the said Roger the son, and enfeoffed them jointly by his charter forty days before Roger the son espoused the said Joan, and put them in seisin before the marriage, and because Roger the son was not then of full age he gave him Richard de Sancto Valerico as guardian, who had the guardianship for a long time, and delivered the same to one Master John de Sancto Valerico, and he to one Aliamus, brother of the said Roger, who demised it to Roger the father, who held it until his death as (guardian?) of the said Roger his son and Joan because the said Roger (the son) was still under age. The said 10l. land (were assigned?) to the said Joan by Roger the father in dower with the assent of the same (Roger at the) church gate when he espoused her, before the enfeoffment aforesaid.
…….. in the presence of John de Harecurt and Joan his wife; and Master Thomas de Albersbury …….. (warned?) to be present if he wished (came) not.
C. Edw. I. 85. (1.)
474. GILBERT DE GAUNT alias DE GANT.
Writ to the escheator, 17 March, 26 Edw. I.
YORK. Inq. (undated and mostly illegible).
Helawe. [The manor (extent given), including?] the vaccaries of [ (fn. 1) Mosedale, Smerbergh, Bladesey,] Fyton, Kerton, [*Stonesdale], Scaldecotes, [*Ivelishe,] and Gunnerset [*and the following fees, viz. the towns of Fremington and Helawe, and the vaccaries of Crakepote, Rincrofte and Baconrawe], held of ….. Richmond (?) by knight’s service. He held nothing of the king in chief in the county.
Roger son of William de Gercheston, aged …., Juliana sister of the said Gilbert, aged …. and more, and Peter son of Peter de Mauley, age unknown, are his next heirs.
Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 24 April, 26 Edw. I.
LINCOLN. Inq. made before the sheriff on Monday after the Ascension, 26 Edw. I.
Skendelby. The manor with its members Thorp and Parteney held of the king in chief as part of (de corpore) the whole tenure in the county which he held by barony together with Folkyngham, Hekyngton, Barton and Edenham, which manors, excepting Skendelby, pertain to the king by reversion after the death of the said Gilbert. He held nothing of other lords in the county.
Roger de Gercheston, aged 24 and more, Peter son of Peter de Mauley, aged 18 and more from Christmas last, and Julia de Gaunt sister of the said Gilbert, aged 40 and more, are his next heirs as one heir.
Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln to extend the lands &c. knights’ fees and advowsons, which the said Gilbert formerly surrendered to the king, who afterwards granted them to him for life, because Lora late his wife has not yet been dowered thereof, 24 April, 26 Edw. I.
LINCOLN. Extent, Wednesday in Whitsun week, 26 Edw. I.
Barton A capital messuage, 5 bovates of land, 98a. meadow, a toft called Brind toft, rents &c., a toll with burgage, ferry, and two mills, and perquisites of court.
Folkyngham in Kesteven. The manor (extent given, with names of tenants), including tenants called ‘markethemen.’
Hekyngton. The manor (extent given), including a fishery in the marsh, a vaccary at Gerewik with a ‘calfcroft,’ a rent of 2 middorum and 1 bushel of salt, an aid of 12 ploughs of Burton, and 30 cartloads of turves in the marsh of Hekyngton.
Edenham. The manor (extent given).
And he had in the county 40 1/2 knights’ fees, excepting a twentieth part of the same 1/2 fee.
Skremby. The advowson of the church.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. to the sheriff of Lincoln, 24 April, 26 Edw. I.
LINCOLN. Extent, Wednesday in Whitsun week, 26 Edw. I.
[Barton?] 1/5 knight’s fee held by Richard le Rus of Barton by service of 1d. yearly for all services.
Barton. 1/4 fee held by Robert de Houton, doing nothing but foreign service.
[Barton?] 1/8 fee held by Robert de Wilughby by foreign service which afterwards came to the hands of the said Gilbert.
Barton. 1/8 fee held by the abbot of Thornton in frank almoin; and 1/20 fee held by the constable of Chester by foreign service.
Feriby. 1/2 fee held by Roger son of Peter son of Osbert by foreign service.
Horkestow. 1 fee held by the Master of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, in frank almoin.
Wynteryngham 3 fees held by John Marmyon by foreign service.
Lyndesey. 6 fees in divers towns held by Philip de Kyme.
[Lyndesey?] 4 fees held by Adam de Welle; three parts of 1/2 fee held by Edmund Dayncurt; 1/5 fee held by John de Orby; 1 fee held by Hugh de Driby; 1/5 fee held by Robert de Barkeworth; 1/3 fee held by Alan de Agthorp; 1/3 fee held by John de Bokelaund; 1/8 fee held by the heir of William de Braytoft; 1/4 fee held by John Blaunchard of Burg by foreign service and suit at the court of Folkyngham every three weeks; 1/12 fee held by Roger de Cressi; and 1/3 fee held by Henry Slegth.
Parteney. Two parts of 1 fee, tenant unspecified.
Baumburg. 1/3 fee held by foreign service only, tenant unspecified.
Kesteven. 20 1/4 fees and 1/6 fee, whereof 13 are held by foreign service and suit at the court of Folkyngham every three weeks, and 7 are held by foreign service only.
Skremby. The advowson of the church.
Mandate under the privy seal to Master John de Craucumbe and others to give dower to the wife of Gilbert de Gant of the lands which he surrendered to the king, who afterwards granted them to him for life, the king having taken her homage and her oath not to marry without his leave, 20 June, 26 Edw. I. (French.)
C. Edw. I. File 85. (2.)
475. ROBERT DE TYBOTOT alias DE TIBETOT, DE TIBTOFT, DE TYBETOFT, DE TIBBETOT, knight.
Writ, 12 June, 26 Edw. I.
LINCOLN. Inq. the day of St. Peter ad Vincula, 26 Edw. I.
Eston. 70a. arable, 16a. meadow, 9a. pasture, a wood, 15d. rent of free tenants, 37s. 6d. rent of ‘sokemen,’ and pleas &c. of court, held of the king in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, as the jurors understand; and a messuage and 2 bovates of land, put to farm for 24s. yearly, held of the archbishop of York, rendering to him 10s. yearly.
Payn his son, aged 19 at the feast of St. Martin next, is his next heir.
NOTTINGHAM. Inq. Tuesday after St. James, 26 Edw. I.
Langar. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief of the fee of Peverel for 1/2 knight’s fee, doing scutage when it shall happen.
Eva late his wife and Payn his son were enfeoffed jointly with him in the said manor, so that the inquisition answers nothing as to his heir.
ESSEX. Inq. Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 26 Edw. I.
Strattehale. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Ely in chief by service of 2 knight’s fees. Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly with him of the above, to hold to them and the said Robert’s heirs.
Heir as above, aged 18 at the feast of St. Martin last.
CAMBRIDGE. Inq. Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 26 Edw. I.
Hardliston. The manor (full extent given) held in chief of the heirs of John de Burgo, and of John le Bretoun of Bockestide, by service of a clove gillyflower yearly to the said heirs, and a rose yearly to John le Bretoun, specifying the lands and rents of free tenants held of the said heirs and of the said John le Bretoun, and including 6s. rent of free tenants of the fee of Bretayne.
Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly &c. as above.
Heir as last above.
CAMBRIDGE. Inq. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 26 Edw. I.
Borewell. The manor (extent given), including mowing in the meadow of Brademede, and digging turf in the marsh, held of the earl of Oxford in chief by service of a knight’s fee.
Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly &c. as above.
Heir as last above.
SUFFOLK. Inq. Monday the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 26 Edw. I.
Netlestede. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief of the king’s gift by service of a knight’s fee.
[Unspecified.] Lands &c. (extent given), including water-mills at Beilham, Berkinge, and Creting All Saints, newly acquired by the said Robert for the said manor in divers towns lying around from divers feoffors, tenure unspecified; whereof Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly &c. as above.
Bramford. Two manors (extent given), newly acquired in the same manner, held of the bishop of Ely in chief by service of 58s. 3d. yearly; whereof Eva late his wife was enfeoffed jointly &c. as above.
Heir as last above.
Writ, 12 June, 26 Edw. I.
YORK. Inq. made at York on Wednesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 26 Edw. I.
Benteley. The manor (extent given), including a pasture called Northwod, held jointly with Eva his wife, by the gift of Adam de Novo Mercato to them and the heirs of the said Robert, of the king in chief, as of the honour of the castle of Tikhill, now in the king’s hand, by service of rendering 40s. for the guard of the said castle, 6s. 8d. for fine of the wapentake, and 2s. for ‘Waytemete’ and ‘Schirrefftothe.’
Hagenthweyt. The manor (extent given) jointly held as above of Sir William son of William de Sprotteburg by homage and service of 1d., and the foreign service pertaining thereto, of the gift and enfeoffment of one Peter de Cestria.
He died at Nettelstede on Thursday after St. Dunstan last. Heir as above, aged 17 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last.
Writ, 20 July, 26 Edw. I.
[YORK.] Inq. made at Benteleye on Thursday the eve of the Assumption, 26 Edw. I.
Benteleye. The manor (extent given) whereof the said Robert and Eva were jointly enfeoffed to hold to them and the said Robert’s heirs of Sir Adam de Novo Mercato and his heirs by service of 1/20 knight’s fee and a rose; which Adam held the same of the honour of the castle of Tyckhull by service of rendering 40s. yearly for the guard of the said castle, 6s. 8d. for fine of the wapentake, and 2s. for ‘Waytemete’ and ‘Schirrefftuth’; which services the said Adam after the enfeoffment aforesaid ceased and refused to pay, wherefore the bailiffs of Tyckhull made distraints in the manor, whereby the said Robert and Eva yearly paid the said services of 40s., 6s. 8d., and 2s.
Hangthwayth. The manor (extent given) held jointly by the said Robert and Eva of Sir William son of William de Sprotteburgh by homage, service of rendering 1d., and by the foreign service pertaining thereto, of the gift and enfeoffment of one Peter de Cestria
Heir as above, aged 17 at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist last.
Writ of plenius certiorari concerning the enfeoffment and tenure of the manor of Langar, co. Nottingham, the above inquisitions being insufficient. Stryvelyn, 9 Aug. 26 Edw. I.
NOTTINGHAM. Inq. 26 Aug. 26 Edw. I.
Langar. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a wind-mill towards (versus) Langar and another towards Berniston, held jointly as above, by the enfeoffment of John de Rodes, to hold to the said Robert, Eva and Payn, and the heirs of the said Payn, of the king in chief of the fee of Peverel for homage and service of 1/2 knight’s fee and doing scutage when it shall happen, and rendering 10s. yearly for the honour of Peverel.
Writ of plenius certiorari concerning the tenure of the manors of Netlestede, Braumford &c. the above inquisitions being insufficient, Stryvelyn, 9 Aug. 26 Edw. I.
SUFFOLK. Inq. 24 Sept. 26 Edw. I.
Netlestede. 80a. arable.
Little Blakenham. 4a. meadow.
Wylawesham. 80a. arable, 7a. wood, 1 1/2a. pasture, and a windmill.
Beylham. 15a land, 5a. wood, and a water-mill.
All held jointly by the said Robert and Eva of Sir Roger Loveday and his heirs by service of a clove gillyflower, by his gift and enfeoffment.
Little Blakenham. 120a. arable, 6a. wood, and 4a. 1r. pasture, held jointly as above, of Nicholas de Kenet by service of 6d. yearly, by the gift &c. of the abovesaid Sir Roger.
Nettlested. 50a. arable similarly held of Philip Haliday, by his gift &c., by service of a chaplet of roses; 14a. land similarly held of Agnes le Breton, by her gift &c., by service of a clove gillyflower; and 4a. land similarly held of John Keth, by his gift &c. by service of a pepper corn (grani piperis).
Someresham. 14a. land similarly held of John de Via, by his gift &c. by service of a rose yearly.
Nettlestede. 20a. land similarly held of Giles de Mokedone, by his gift &c. by service of a peppercorn yearly.
Offynton. 8a. land similarly held of Lady Joan de Boun by service of 2s. 6d. yearly, by the gift &c. of Philip Haliday.
Beylham. 6a. land similarly held of Sir Guy Ferre by service 12d. yearly, by the gift of Margery (Mager’) daughter of Richard the smith (fabri); and 6a. land similarly held of the prior &c. of Bresete by service of 12d. yearly, by the gift &c. of John Tailor (Cissoris).
Berkingg. 16a. land, 6a. meadow, and a water-mill, similarly held of the prior of the hospital of St. John, Batesford, by service of 16s. yearly, by the gift &c. of Margery de Bedingfeud.
Creting. 8a. land similarly held of the prior of Creting by service of 16d. yearly, by the gift &c. of the same Margery.
Codenham. 16a. land similarly held of the bishop of Ely by service of 2s. yearly, by the gift &c. of the same Margery; and a water-mill similarly held of John Tailor by service of 8s. yearly, by the gift &c. of the same Margery.
Someresham. 11a. land similarly held of John de Via, by his gift &c., by service of an apple yearly; and 6a. land and 2a. wood similarly held of Robert de Someresham, by his gift &c. by service of 1/2lb. cummin.
Little Blakenham. 44a. land and 1a. pasture similarly held of the heirs of Robert de Grelley, by the gift &c. of Ralph le Blounte, by service of 3s. 4d. yearly; and 12a. land similarly held of Hugh de Goudenham, by his gift &c. by service of a peppercorn.
Braumford. 14a. meadow similarly held of the bishop of Ely, by his gift &c., by service of 10s. 4d. yearly; and 50a. land similarly held of the said bishop, by the gift &c. of Ralph le Blount, by service of 2s. yearly.
Netlested. 22s. 6d. yearly rent (extent given with names of tenants) similarly held of the prior &c. of Hatfeld, by their gift &c. by service of a pair of white gloves yearly.
Little Blakenham. 6l. 2s. 3 1/2d. to be received yearly from divers tenants (names given) similarly held of Philip Haliday, by his gift &c., by service 1/2lb. pepper; and 23d. yearly rent from tenants (names given) similarly held of Benedict de Blakenham super aquam, by his gift, by service of a clove gillyflower yearly.
Beylham. 23s. 7d. yearly rent from tenants (names given) similarly held of Roger Loveday, by his gift &c. by service of 1lb. cummin yearly.
Codenham. 9s. 2d. yearly rent from tenants (names given), similarly held of Margery de Bedingfeud, by her gift &c. by service of a clove gillyflower.
Someresham. 51s. 2d. yearly rent from tenants (names given) similarly held of John de Via, by his gift &c. by service of 5s. yearly.
Berking. 16 1/2d. yearly rent from tenants (names given) similarly held of Roger Loveday, by his gift &c., by service of a clove gillyflower.
Braumford. A manor called Carleton (extent given with names of tenants) similarly held of the bishop of Ely, by the gift &c. of John de Lovetot, the elder, by service of 58s. 4d. yearly rent.
Wytington. 6l. 8s. 4d. and 51 hens yearly from the underwritten tenants, similarly held of the prior &c. of Legh (Lega), by the gift &c. of the said John de Lovetot, by service of 30s. yearly, viz.—
Wy(t)ington. A messuage and 40a. land held by John Baron, rendering 10s. and 8 hens yearly; a messuage and 16a. land held by Henry Vincent, rendering 4s. 5d. and 6 hens yearly; and a messuage and 22a. land held by Peter de Bosco, rendering 7s. and 6 hens yearly.
Thurleston. A messuage and 16a. land held by Hugh de Pynton, rendering 6s. and 6 hens yearly; and a messuage and 10a. land held by Fabian (?) de Pynton, rendering 4s. and 6 hens yearly.
Westerfeld. A messuage, 16a. land and 1a. meadow, held by ……, rendering 8s. and 7 hens yearly; and a messuage and 30a. land held by Ralph Kyng’, rendering 13s. 4d. and 6 hens yearly.
Bourstalle. A messuage and 16a. land held by Robert Mabyng, rendering 6s. and 6 hens yearly; and a cottage held by ……, rendering 14d. yearly.
Floketon. A messuage and 16a. land held by John Pykot, rendering 8s. 4d. yearly.
Blakenham. A messuage and 24a. land held by Norman le Ry, rendering 15s. yearly; and 15a. land held by William de Roos, rendering 5s. yearly.
Ipswich. A messuage held by Walter de Hountingfeud, rendering 20s. yearly; a messuage held by John Costyn, rendering 5s. yearly; a messuage held by Elias Oter, rendering 10s. yearly; and a messuage held by John Dunkepot, rendering 5s. yearly.
Bramford. A messuage, 210a. land by the greater hundred, 18a. meadow, 4a. pasture, 3a. wood, and a windmill, held jointly as above, of the said bishop of Ely, by the gift &c. of Alan de la Tye, by service of 28s. yearly.
The said Eva continued her seisin thereof until, after the death of the said Robert, the lands &c. were taken into the king’s hand, and after her death they will remain to the heirs of the said Robert.
C. Edw. I. File 85. (3.)
476. ROBERT DE TATESHALE alias DE TATESSAL, DE TATERSALE, the elder.
Writ, 8 Sept. 26 Edw. I.
LINCOLN. Inq. 28 Sept. 26 Edw. I.
Tatteshale. The castle (castellum) together with the manor of Candelesby and Boston (Sancti Botulphi) (full extent given with names of free tenants), including a fishery in the marsh of Wythme, and three free tenants rendering 13d. yearly in the hamlet of Marton, held of the king in chief by barony rendering 40s. yearly of fixed fine.
Kirkeby hamlet. 40a. arable, 5a. meadow, free tenants (names given) rendering 6s. 7d., 6 bondmen rendering 48s. and 4 cottars rendering 2s. 8d. yearly, held of John Beck in chief by service of 20l. 13s. 1d. yearly to be received from the manor of Tatteshale, to which it pertains.
And there are also in rent resolute yearly to the bishop of Carlisle 3s.; to one William de Thimelby 3s.; to Ivo the chaplain 26s. 8d.; to one Geoffrey de Wethresfeld 66s. 8d.; and to the abbot of Kirkested 66s. 8d.
Robert his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
LINCOLN. Inq. 4 Oct. 26 Edw. I.
Boston. A manor (full extent given with names of free tenants) held of the king in chief as member of the barony of Tatteshale, whereof the manor of Tatteshale is head, service unspecified.
Tydd. A manor (extent given) held of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, by service of 5s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Lancaster.
[NORFOLK.] Inq. Tuesday after St. Michael, 26 Edw. I. (defective).
Wymondham. The manor (extent given).
Bokenham. The manor (extent given), including 10a. turbary in Swanegeye, a fishery, a market, a fair (feria) at the feast of St. Martin, and ‘londgovel’ from New Bokenham.
Both held of the king in chief by service of butlery (pincerne).
Babbingll(e). The manor (extent given), including salt marsh, held of the barony of Tateshale, service unknown.
[The hundreds of Freth and] Shropham and a fourth part of the Tolboth of Lenn held of the king in chief by service …….. viz. the hundred of Freth worth 10l., the hundred of Shropham worth 7l. 12d., and the Tolboth of Lenn worth 10l.
…. his son, …… more, is his next heir.
NORFOLK. (Extent undated.)
Tibenham. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a windmill in Tybenham, and another in Carleton, tenure unspecified.
Denton. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), tenure unspecified.
Endorsed: Inquisition concerning lands and tenements which were of Robert de Tateshale.
Writ, 9 Sept. 26 Edw. I.
YORK. Inq. Wednesday after the octave of St. Michael, 26 Edw. I.
Hundemanby. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including a market toll worth 6l. 13s. 4d. yearly, and a toll at Fyvele worth 13s. 4d. yearly, held of the king in chief in barony by doing suit at all the county (courts) of York yearly, and once a year at the Riding (court) of Kraychou, next after the aforesaid county (court), and at the wapentake of Rudestan next after the said Riding (court). He held no lands &c. in the East Riding (Estthithing’) of others.
Heir as first above.
[YORK.] Inq. made at Thoraldeby on Sunday after St. Michael, 26 Edw. I.
West Wytton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) held of John de Britannya as of the honour of the castle of Rich(mond) by service of 6s. 4d., and doing suit at his court at Rich(mond) every three weeks.
Heir as above, aged 24 and more.
[YORK.] Inq. made at Welle on Friday after St. Michael, and afterwards at Thoraldeby on Sunday following, 26 Edw. I.
Welle. The manor (extent given), including about 200a. wood in severalty called Chauncewich, 2 water-mills worth 7l. yearly, whereof 6l. yearly are rendered to the heir of Gilbert de Clifton, the advowson of the church of which John de Metingham is now parson, and 2 carucates of land in Nosterfeld, which is a member of the said manor.
Crakehale. The manor (extent given), including water-mills for corn and fulling, and the following free tenancies:—
Thorp Pirrow. 3 carucates of land held by Hugh de Swyllingeton, rendering 4s. 6d. yearly, and doing suit at the lord’s court.
Thexton and Arlaghthorp. 5 carucates of land held by William de Lascels, rendering 5s. 9d. yearly.
Yarnewyk. 3 carucates of land held by Alan de Kyrkeham, rendering, with Roger de Ingoldeby, who holds 1 carucate there, 3s. 5d. yearly.
Gaytenby. 1 carucate of land held by Ralph de Richem(ond), rendering 21 1/4d. yearly.
Crakehale. 1 carucate of land held by Wymer de Crakehale, rendering 22d. yearly.
Neuton. 3 1/2 carucates of land held by Robert Tortmayns, rendering 4s. 8d. yearly.
Gaytenby. 1 carucate of land held by Roger de de (sic) Aske, rendering 21 1/4d. yearly; and 2 carucates of land held by the heir of Stephen Maulovel, rendering 21 1/2d. yearly.
Clifton. 3 carucates of land held by the heir of Gilbert de Clifton, rendering 3s. 6d. yearly.
Wattlous and Haukeswell. 1 mark rendered yearly by Simon de Stuttevill for 12 carucates of land.
(Unspecified.) 7s. rendered yearly by Peter de Thoresby for 1/2 knight’s fee.
Whereof the lord renders yearly to John de Britannia 45s. and to Robert de Musters 4s. yearly.
Thoraldeby. The manor (extent given), including herbage of ‘le Heghnyng’ 2 vaccaries, 2 sheepfolds (bercarie), the sheepfold of Swynewathecote, bondmen rendering 12l. 11s. 8d., and cottars rendering 7l. 4s. 3d., for lands in Thoraldeby, Neubygging and Burton, mills in Thoraldeby and Neubiging, and a third part of the mills of Aykescharth and Thorneton Rust, agistment in Bischopdale worth 10s., and three free tenants in Thorneton.
The said Robert had nothing in the said manors of Welle, Crakehale and Thoraldeby on the day he died, save by reason of Joan daughter of Ralph son of Ralph, his wife, to whom the said manors descended and were assigned as her pourparty of the inheritance of the said Ralph as one of his daughters and heirs; and the said Robert and Joan, who survives, held the same jointly, in form aforesaid, of John de Britannia, as of the honour of his castle of Richemond, by service of 45s. yearly, and by doing suit at his court of Richemond every three weeks, and 6l. for scutage when it is at 40s., and at more more and at less less.
Heir as above, of the said Robert and Joan, aged 24 and more.
C. Edw. I. File 85. (4.)

Footnotes

  • 1. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.