Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, Files 95 to 97

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, Files 95 to 97

Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, Files 95 to 97

604. EDMUND, EARL OF CORNWALL.
Writ [ (fn. 1) 26 Sept. 28 Edw. I.] (missing).
DEVON. Inq. made at Exeter 22 Nov. 29 Edw. I.
Wyk. The manor with the hamlet of Suthteng pertaining thereto (extent given with names of tenants), including 12d. rent for a water-course to the mill of Shilstone, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Lideford. The manor with the forest of Dertemore (extent given), including a ruinous castle, 48 burgesses, and a fair on the day of St. Bartholomew, held of the king in chief at fee farm, rendering 10l. yearly at the king’s exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Devon.
Edward king of England, his kinsman, is his next heir and of full age.
DEVON. Inq. made at Exeter, 22 Nov. 29 Edw. I.
Kenton. The manor with its member Hevittre (extent given with names of tenants), including a heath and turbary on the hill of Hagheldon, a fishery and ferry at Exemuth, and another ferry at Tengmuth, and a rent of 18d. for a watercourse to the mill of Poudram, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Braneys. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including a park with deer, a fishery, 120 burgesses, and a fair on the feast of St. Denis, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Exeter. 13l. 9s. of fixed farm to be received by the hands of the mayor and commonalty of the city.
Heir as above.
(fn. 2) CORNWALL. Inq. 30 Nov. 29 Edw. I (much defaced and defective).
Lanceveton. The castle and manor, and divers other castles, manors &c. held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights’ fees, viz.—
Lanceveton. The castle; the borough which is in the hands of the burgesses, at fee farm, rendering 100s. yearly, 7s. 6d. for a certain escheat, and 1lb. pepper from the guild (de Gihalda) of the town; 50s. from certain tenants of Hemeston, co. Devon, to be rendered at the gate of the castle of ancient custom; 68s. 8d. to be rendered by certain tenants (names given) in Lodewan, Trevyliac, Dowanna and Estwefelshire at the gate of the castle for their watches of ancient custom; a park with deer and a water-mill; and a moiety of the amercements of the town, for assise broken, of the prior of Lanceveton, which the earl recovered in the eyre of the justices.
Restormel. The little castle and town (extent given), including a park with deer, a custom of the journey (itineris) between Lostwithiel and Restormel near Pankekescrosse worth 6d. yearly and a fishery in the Fawe river below the castle from the port of St. Salveor to the bridge of Reprenne so long as (quamdiu) two oxen yoked together can go (congredi possunt).
Lostwithiel. 305 burgages in the borough &c. (extent given).
Tyntagel. The castle, the manor of Bocynny and the borough of Tyntagel (extent given), … rendering yearly with Landiok 14l. 9s. 7 1/4d. the moors of Halmurs, Treglasta and Pondrom … the hundred ….
Helleston in Kerrieth [alias Kerrier]. The manor with the borough (extent given) including a rent for the mill-pond of Tallarn.
Clymmeslond. The manor (extent given), including a pasture called Henxtesdon [alias Hensteston].
Helleston in Trigashire. The manor with the borough of Camelford and the hamlet of Penmayn (extent given), including pastures called Knotisford and Goshull, a park with deer, a ferry at Penmayn, and a fair once a year at Camelford.
Liskerith. The manor with the borough (extent given) including [a park with deer and a fishery in the water of Loo].
Tibeste. The manor with the borough of Ponsmur alias Ponsmir (extent given), including a fishery and the bailiwick of Poudreschire.
Penkenegh [alias Penkenet]. The manor (extent given).
Talskedy. 3 Cornish acres held by 3 tenants, rendering 60s. yearly.
Tywarneil alias Tywarnail. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including toll of tin, and tenants of [the moor of Goenhavar], and the ‘land’ of Kellialpha, and Relaton.
Tewynton. The manor (extent given?), including [pasture in Wollan, a fishery, toll of tin, the mill of Butewyn, and waste in Wallan].
Penlyn. The manor (extent given) including a park with deer.
Moreske. The manor (extent given?).
Rellaton. The manor (extent given?).
Pitershire, Pudershire, Trigashire, Lisnewith, Stratton, Estwefelshire, Westwefelshire and Kerrier. The hundreds.
Penwith. A third part of the hundred.
Issues of tin mines and mint of tin, custom of boats, wreck of the sea, prise of wine, and the fee farms underwritten:—
Trematon. The castle and town with the borough of Asshe (extent given), including the issues of the water of the Pool (pola) of Sutton, the ferry of the river Esshe, another ferry (passagium militum) worth 13s. 4d. yearly, a fishery in the Tamer, a custom of tin in the river Tamur, a park with deer, 50s. for the lawn (landa) of Blesedene and 1/2a. land in Northpightesham, and a fishery in Lynier.
Callistoke. The manor (extent given with names of tenants).
All held as of fee tail; for one Roger de Valle Torta, sometime lord of the said castle, town, borough and manor, gave the same to Richard sometime king of Almain and the heirs of his body, with the knight’s fees and advowsons to the said castle pertaining.
Fee farms pertaining to the gate of the castle of Lanceveton, to be received by the hands of divers tenants, viz.—
Kenele. 13s. 6d. by the hands of Roger de Carmino for the manor; and 10s. from John le Seneschal.
Predannewaich (?). 10s. from Michael le Petit for a tenement.
Henxeford. 12d. from the mill.
Polslofth. 15d.
Kaerr [alias Keir]. 32s. de molecto.
Hilton. 10s. de molecto.
Rellaton. 15s. de molecto.
Skibirion. 2s.
Broenweyn. 2s.
Lamana. 10s. for suit by the hands of the abbot of Glastonbury.
Sully. 6s. 8d. from 300 ‘puffons’ rent.
Treuereu. Rent of a bow, 8d.
Respery. 2s.
Pennalym. 6d.
Treberneth. 13s. 2 1/2d.
Markadiou. 2s. from a house.
Elerky. A greyhound from the manor.
Pensons (?). 6d. for a pair of gilt spurs.
Fawemore. 4s. from the stud of horses (haracio).
Estwefelshire [alias Estwyvelschire]. 20s. from the bailliwick.
Pleas &c. of the county (court), and of the hundreds of Pydreschire, Poudreschire, Triggeschire, Lisneweth, Stratton, Estwefelshire, West wefelshire, Kerrier, and a third part of Penwith.
Sum of the said extents: 1,251l. 5s. 4 1/2d., from which are due:—
To the bishop of Exeter for tithes of tin 6l. 13s. 4d. yearly; to the monks of St. Michael’s Mount, Cornwall 5s. yearly fixed rent, 8s. yearly for a certain tithe of Moreske, and 12d. fixed rent for the manor of Liskeret; to Stephen de Bello Prato for the manor of Tibeste 4d. yearly; to Robert de Portkelles, 6d. rent yearly; to Ralph de Clen, 6d. yearly; tithe of the church of Tibeste for sheep tax (berbiagio), 15s. 5 1/2d.; tithe due to the prior of Lanceveton, 8s.; rent resolute for ‘Monte de Cliker,’ 12d.; alms to brother Philip de Rostormel the hermit, 53s. 4d. yearly, and to brother Robert [de Insula] of Penlyn the hermit, 56s. 2d. yearly, by the earl’s charter for life. The steward of Cornwall used to receive yearly for his bailliwick in the earl’s time of fee 60l. and 2 robes, price 4l.; and the constable of the castle of Tyntagel used to receive yearly for his bailliwick 50s. 8d. and a robe, price 13s. 4d.
SOMERSET. Inq. 10 Dec. 29 Edw. I.
Ivelcestre, of the bailiwick of Meere. The borough held of the king in chief, service unknown, receiving yearly by the hands of the burgesses 20l. 9s. 6d. blanch farm, which they used to render at the king’s exchequer yearly by the charter of king John, and they also rendered to the said earl yearly of new rent 6s., viz.—4s. for a messuage which Solomon the Jew sometime held, and 2s. for a tenement which Hugh Cole holds.
Heir as above, aged 21 and more.
DORSET. Inq. 17 Nov. 28 Edw. I (defective and defaced).
Fordington, of the bailiwick of Mere. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a pasture called Graswyk, common of pasture in the meadows of Borton, an oak wood in Blakemor, the hamlet of Whytewelle, and tenements in Knython and Forshull, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Heir as last above.
WILTS. Inq. 18 Nov. 28 Edw. I.
Mere. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a castle, 146 1/2a. under the hills in Wodecombe and Chatecombe and 139a. upon the hills, meadows in Westmed, Estmed, ‘la Brech,’ and ‘la Conewich,’ land and pasture upon Mapeldorehulle, ‘la Conewich,’ and Horscroft, pasture in Swenecumbe, Wodecumbe and Chatecumbe, parks called ‘la Conewich ’ with deer, and Deverlingewode, and a certain mola called Stanegrist, a custom of merchants called Scottale, and a hundred worth in aid, sheriff’s turn and tethingpeni, 4l. 3s. 2d. yearly, rendered by the tithings of Kingeston, Chadenwich, Cnowel, Sturton, Seles, ‘la Wodelonde,’ and Mere; held of the king in chief, service unknown. (fn. 3) Whereof the constable of the castle receives 60s. 8d. for his wages (vadiis), viz. 2d. daily, and for his stipend (stipendiis) 13s. 4d., a porter and a watchman 4l. 11s. yearly for wages, and 13s. 4d. for stipend, a chaplain celebrating in the chapel of the castle 50s. yearly, the parker of ‘la Conewich’ 17s. 4d. yearly, the parker of Deverlingewode 17s. 4d., and a bedel of the hundred 6s. 8d.; and the steward of Mere receives for keeping the manor with Cosham, Malmesbury, Wilton and Bereford, co. Wilts, Fordinton and Binedon, co. Dorset, and Ivelcestre, co. Somerset, 10l. of fee, and for his robe 26s. 8d.
Heir as last above.
WILTS. Inq. 15 Nov. 28 Edw. I.
Corsham, of the bailliwick of Meere. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including a park called Estpark with 6 deer, a park called Westpark, and lands in Stratton, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
(Unspecified.) 20l. rent by the hands of the abbot of Malmesbury, which the abbot used to render at the exchequer, and which King Henry the king’s father gave to Richard sometime earl of Cornwall, the said Edmund’s father.
Heir as last above.
WILTS. Inq. 4 Dec. 29 Edw. I (defective).
Wylton, of the bailiwick of Meere. The borough (full extent given with names of tenants), including a market held every week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, toll of ‘tangable,’ ‘flesgable,’ ‘stocgable’ and stallage, a toll at the bridge of Ayleswade outside New Salisbury from fish and salt pertaining to the said borough, and a fair (feyria) at the feast of St. Matthew, which is of the abbess of Wylton and the said earl, and pleas &c. of court with ‘brewgable,’ held of the king in chief, service unknown; which King Henry the the king’s father gave to Richard, king of Almain, the said Edmund’s father.
Whereof the lepers of St. Giles’s without Wylton receive 4l. yearly of the gift ….. of kings of England.
Bereford. 40s. of …… to be received by the hands of William Cheyndu(t) for his tenement in Bereford.
Heir as last above.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Rokyngham, 16 Oct. 28 Edw. I.
Little Weledon, of the bailliwick of Oucham. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held of the king in chief by service of rendering 40s. yearly at the king’s exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Rutland.
Heir as above, of full age.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. 15 Oct. [28 Edw. I].
Rokingham, of the bailliwick of Oucham. The town (extent given with names of tenants), including a fair on the eve and the day of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Heir as last above.
[ (fn. 4) NORTHAMPTON.] …… 28 Edw. I.
Liberty of the honour of Berkhamstede held of the king in chief of divers baronies, viz.:—
Barony of Cheindut. Fixed fines at the view of frankpledge in Middelton, Cherleton, Westfarndon, Holcot and Estneston, Charwelton with Preston Capes, Snoscoumbe, Hoghton by Langeporte, Cousgrave and Forho, and Throp and Welton.
Barony of Maureward. Similar fines in Armyngwrth, Boudon, Dingelegh, Farndon by Boudon, and Oxendon.
Barony of Lucy. Similar fines in Carleton, Heselbeche, Holthrop, and Herlaston.
And all the townships aforesaid render 26s. of arrented rent yearly; and pleas &c. of the court of the said honour and view are worth 13s. 4d. yearly. Sum of the extent, 4l. 5s.
HUNTINGDON. Inq. 14 Oct. 28 Edw. I (defective).
Glatton, of the bailliwick of Oucham. The manor with the hamlet of Hulme alias Holme (full extents given with names of tenants), including pasture around Littleham, pastures called ‘la Leye’ and Wellegrene and at ‘la Renedale,’ and fisheries in Ubmere, Birshemere, and Wittlesmere for fishing wherein with boats the abbot of Ramsey and others pay rents, a liberty of testing the nets with a certain ‘billete’ by which they ought to be knotted for taking small fish, with power to the bailiff of the manor to burn all nets found beyond the assise or take a fine, a place at Horn by the stream for washing herrings, a hulm in Jakele, and 40s. rent for tenements in Conyngton and Pertenhale, held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Boulogne, by service of 4 1/2 (?) knights’ fees.
Heir as above.
RUTLAND. Inq. Friday after St. Denis, 28 Edw. I (defaced).
Ocham. The castle with the towns of Ocham, Egelton and Langeham, with the soke (extent given with names of tenants), including in Ocham two parks with deer called Flyterys and Littlepark, 2 thickets called Lundes and Cop, pasture in Mouleholm, and the following free tenants held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Free tenants in Ocham and elsewhere, including:—
Wringlesworthe, co. Nottingham. 2 carucates of land held by Henry de Wringlesworthe, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly or a palfrey.
Gunthorp. 9 virgates of land held by William de Hotot, rendering 34s… yearly and doing suit of court every three weeks.
Braunston. 5 virgates of land held by William atte halle, rendering 28s. 8d. yearly, and doing suit.
Thorp and Twyforde, co. Leicester. 8 1/2 virgates of land held by the abbot of Osolston, rendering …. yearly, and doing suit; and 2 carucates of land held by the abbot of Vaudey, doing suit for all service.
Thorp by Ocham. 13s. yearly from the township for custom remitted.
And there are 29 burgesses, tolls of the market and fair, and a custom called surplusage from the whole soke from sheriff’s aid and view of frankpledge.
John, the chaplain, celebrating in the chapel of the castle, receives yearly at the exchequer of the castle 50s., which used to be paid from the rents of the bondmen of Egelton, and 43s. 7d. from tithes of the parks and market &c. The prior of Brok receives the tithe of the mill and ……; the warrener receives 6s. 8d. yearly for his service ……; the reeve 10s. for his stipend; and the bedel 10s. for his service.
RUTLAND. The county, in which are 14l. 16s. 4d. of assised rent yearly, whereof:—
Ketene. The township renders 2s. (for the use?) of the queen.
Preston. The township with the soke, 40s. for sheriff’s aid, and 40s. for view of frankpledge.
Ocham. The township with the soke, 40s. for sheriff’s aid, and the same soke, 20s. for view of frankpledge.
Hameldon. The township with its member, 5s. for the same.
Leye. The township, 2s. 8d. for sheriff’s aid and 2s. for view [of frankpledge].
Egelton. The hyde, 16d. for sheriff’s aid.
Assewelle. The township, 3s. for the same.
Burgl[e]. The township, 5s. for the same and 8s. for view.
Alesthorp. The township, 12d. for the same.
Gretham and Cotesmore. The townships, 20s. for sheriff’s aid and 16s. for view.
Thistletone. The township, 12d. for the same.
Horn. The township, 7s. for sheriff’s aid, and 5s. for view.
Berk and Wenton. The townships, 2s. for the same.
Little Castreton. The township, 2s. for sheriff’s aid.
Ketene. The township, 40s. for view.
Weston. The township, 13s. 4d. for the same.
Empingham. The township, 20s. for the same.
Pleas &c. of the county (courts), 100s.
Martinesle. Pleas &c. of the hundred (courts) at the sheriff’s turns, 30s.
Alnestowe and Esthundred, similar pleas &c. of the hundred, 40s.
Wrangdik. Nothing from the hundred because it is in the hand of the earl of Warewik.
Heir as above.
MIDDLESEX. [Inq. 30 Nov. 29 Edw. I (?)] (defective and defaced).
Istelworth; bailiwick of Berckhamstede. The manor with the adjacent hamlets of Heston, Twykenham and Wytton (full extents given with field names and names of tenants), including an island and a weir in the Thames, tenures called ‘werklond,’ ‘gaderetherde,’ ‘cotlond,’ ‘forapelond,’ ‘bordlond,’ ‘hawelond’ and ‘akerlond,’ customs called ‘waterbederepe’ and ‘alebederepe,’ and 21l. fixed rent from Queenhithe, London (de ripa Regine Lond’), (held of) ……..
Heir as above.
SUSSEX. Inq. 12 Nov. 28 Edw. I.
Old Schorham, of the bailiwick of Berkhamstede. 14 virgates of land pertaining to his castle of Berkehamstede, in the hands of bondmen (full extent given with names of tenants), service unknown; and a messuage and a carucate of land held by Master Thomas de Ambberbyri of the said earl, rendering 12d. yearly.
Heir as above.
SUSSEX. Inq. 16 Nov. 28 Edw. I (defaced).
Cycestre, of the bailiwick of Waling[ford]. The city, with assised rents in the city and suburb (full extent given with names of burgesses and tenants), stallage, toll and custom of the market, ‘brugavel,’ custom in the sheep market, serjeanty, tailor’s guild &c., held of the king in chief, rendering 38l. 10s. yearly at the king’s exchequer; and there are due to the prior of Arundel 40s., and to the chaplains of the chapel of the castle. ….
Heir as above.
ESSEX. Inq. Monday after St. Martin, 28 Edw. I.
Neuport; bailiwick of Berckhamst[ede]. The manor, with a hamlet called Bilichangre, and with the following liberties, viz.—return of the king’s writs, infongenthef, houtfongenthef, gallows, tumberel, pillory, and view of frankpledge (full extent given with field names and names of tenants), including tenements in Broneshoo and Helpistone, held of the king in chief, service unknown. And the town and hamlet ought to be taxed at 100s. when the king taxes his boroughs and ‘methanios.’
Heir as above.
(fn. 5) HERTFORD. Inq. Friday the eve of SS. Simon and Jude, 28 Edw. I (sic) (defective and defaced).
Berkhamstude. The castle with the town, halmote and other liberties, and the borough, excepting 2 messuages and the gaol which the rector and convent of Asherugge hold of the gift of the said earl with the king’s confirmation (full extent given with names of tenants, including the master of the house of St. Thomas of Acon), held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights’ fees; including a great stable, the fishery of the mill-pond with the ditch round the castle, mills called [Banekemull], Synekemulle, castle mill, and North-mulle, a park with deer, a wood called ‘le Frith,’ and meadows called ‘le Longmed’ and ‘le Brodemed.’
Berkhamstude. The borough (full extent given with names of tenants, including the abbots of Messendene and Reding), including 12 burgesses and 62 free tenants, who owe services for having common of the wood of ‘le Frith’ and Sandputtes, 22 free tenants by serjeanty, 18 customers and bondmen (nativi) holding by greater tenure, and tenants of lesser tenure and assart.
Berkhamstude. 33s. 6d. yearly rents for fixed view of the great court in the townships of Wygenton, Goblyngcote, Bettelawe, ‘La Lee’ and Northcote, Merston, Dreyton, Aldebury, Woketon, Weston and Loghton, Hyldesdon, Wavyngdon and Agmodesham, Suaneburn, Lymford, Salden, ‘la Hyde’ in Mursle, Wengrave and Wedon; pleas &c. of the great court 13s. 4d., of the portmote 60s., and of the halmote with fixed view 33s. 4d., and toll of the market 50s. And the steward of Berkhamstude receives for the custody of the honour and the manors of Istelworth, Chippenham, Risemberge, and Neuport in Essex, 15l. 6s. 8d. and 2 robes with fur, with hay, litter and firewood at the said manors, and 6s. 8d. for returning the kings’ writs; the constable of the castle receives 9l. 2s. yearly, 2 robes with fur like the steward, firewood and litter; the chaplain receives 50s. yearly from the lord; the porter 45s. 6d. and a robe, price 10s.; the watchman (vigilator) 45s. 6d. and a robe, price 5s.; William de Hereford 8l. 6s. 10d. and a robe, price 10s., for life by the said earl’s charter for keeping the park of Berkhamstud and the wood; the reeve of the castle 5s. yearly and 4s. for food in the autumn; and the bedel 5s. yearly.
Heir as above.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. Friday after All Saints, 28 Edw. I.
Risemberg; bailiwick of Berkhamst[ede]. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a capital messuage with dikes (fossatis) round the manor house (manerium), 2 gardens outside the dikes, and a park near by with deer, 465a. 1r. arable in an assart called Stockyng, 2 foreign woods wherein all the men of 4 townships have free common, and all the free tenants of the manor have their pigs quit of pannage, and Gerard de Braybroch has his pigs of his manor of Horsyndon quit, and the bondmen render 10s. yearly for the lord to divers men for lands within the park taken and enclosed by Richard king of Almain, and all the tenants hold a wood called ‘le Hellewrk’ [alias ‘le Helwrik’] in common. All held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Heir as above.
[BUCKINGHAM.] Inq. 25 Nov. 28 Edw. I.
Cippenham. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a park by the manor and another park called Herteleye, held of the abbot of Westminster in chief by service of 50s.
Eton and Wyndelesouer. 37s. 9d. yearly rent from free tenants (extent given with names of tenants), and 10s. toll of Eton, held of the king in chief, service unknown. Whereof in rent resolute to the abbot &c. of Westminster for the manor of Cippenham 50s. yearly, to the prior of Bermundeseye for alms to the monks 60s., to the lord of Dachet for a plot in the park by the manor 6s. 8d., to the lord of Hunter-coumbe for a tenement which John de Asshele holds of the king 4s., to the lord of Hugelegh for a tenement which Robert son of Walter holds of the king 6s., for tenements in Wyndelesouere in the extent of Eton 3s., and from Ralph de Burnham for a tenement which Silvester Brown holds 2s. Allowances (struck through with the pen) to the reeve of Cippenham 10 1/4d., to the parker by the manor 10 1/4d., to the parker of Hertelegh 10 1/4d., to the bedell of Cippenham 4 1/2d., and to the villeins of Cippenham for a custom called Medeshipe 4s. 6d. with 1 qr. of corn, price 4s. The jury know nothing of knights’ fees or advowsons of churches.
Heir as above.
(fn. 6) OXFORD; bailliwick of Walingef[ord]. Inq. 3 Nov. 28 Edw. I (defective and defaced).
Bensyngton. The manor and town held of the king in chief, service unknown; which the men of the town hold of him at fee farm for 39l. 2s. 11d. yearly, saving to the said Edmund and his heirs all fines, merchets, herriets, reliefs, pleas &c. of courts, tolls &c. including 5s. toll of salt of Bensynton and 6d. toll of salt of Henlee.
Watlintone. The manor and town (full extent given with names of tenants), including meadow at Pekgesheth, pastures called Ballond, Clayhull, ‘le Brok’ and ‘la Flete,’ a messuage in Wallyngef(ord) land in the field of Lechemere and a custom of brewing ale called ‘tollestre,’ and a custom coming from the pigs of villeins called ‘gresenese,’ held of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee.
Ciltre. The four hundreds and a half, viz.—Pyritone, Leuekenore, Benefeld, Langetree, and half of Ewelme, held of the king in chief, service unknown (extents given), viz.—
Hundred of Pyritone, 110s. 5d. fixed yearly rents, viz. from:—
Pyriton. 4l. for hidage, 3s. 4d. for wardpeny, and 6s. 8d. fixed view.
Watecombe. 10s., and for …. 5d. (?).
Schireburn. 4s. for view.
Westone and Whytefeld. 4s. for the same.
Watecombe. 2s. for the same.
Hundred of Leuekenore. 4l. 14s. 4d. rent, viz.—
Leuekenore. 26s. for hidage, 10d. wardpeny, and 6s. 8d. for fixed view.
Crauwell. 20s. for hidage, 10d. for wardpeny, and 2s. for fixed view.
Emynton. 20s. for hidage, 10d. for wardpeny, and 2s. for fixed view.
Wilhale. 4s. for hidage, 2d. for wardpeny, and 12d. for fixed view.
Thethorp. 2s. for fixed view.
Chynnore. 8s. for fixed view.
Hundred of Benefeld. 41s. 7 1/2d. fixed rent, viz.—
Lachebrok. 12s. for hidage, 10d. for wardpeny, and 5s. for fixed view.
Sipplake. 12s. for hidage.
Buxe Jebywine. 3s. for hidage, [1 1/2d.] for wardpeny, and 2s. for fixed view.
Mappelderham Gorney. 6s. 8d. for fixed view.
[Hundred of Langetre and half hundred of Ewelme.] 4l. 7s. 2d. fixed rent, viz.—
Mungewell. 20s. for hidage, [10d. for wardpeny, and 3s. for fixed view].
Ewelme. 25s. [6d.] for hidage ….. 5s. 6d. [for fixed view].
Little Haselee. 7s. for hidage, 2s. for fixed view …..
Little Rycote. 8s. for hidage, 3s. for fixed view …..
Esyndon. 2s. for hidage.
Chakenden. 6d. for wardpeny.
Cadewell. 12d. for fixed view.
[ (fn. 7) Ropeford.]
Brithewell (?). 2s. 6d. for fixed view…...
Werpegrave and Heysindon. 12d. [for fixed view].
Wysande (?). 12d. [for fixed view] …
Heir as above.
[BERKS AND OXFORD.] Inq. 31 Oct. 28 Edw. I.
[BERKS.] Waling[ford]. The castle and borough, with the hamlet of Clopcote and the whole honour of Walingford (extent given with names of tenants), including a fishery in the Thames from the king’s mill under the castle and the weir of the bishop of Winchester to the stream which comes from Sildenebrugg and falls into the Thames, held of the king in chief by service of 3 knights’ fees.
OXFORD. Henlee. The manor and town (extent given), including a park of 60a. arable, a fishery, rents from burgesses, a custom of merchants called ‘gildesilver,’ a market toll and toll of a fair on the feast of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Heir as above.
GLOUCESTER. Lecchlade. An inquisition concerning the manor is returned (?) by itself into the ch ancery at the suit of the abbot of Hayles, who claims to have it of the gift of the said earl, rendering 100 marks yearly.
[ (fn. 8) OXFORD AND BERKS; of the bailiwick of Walingeford.] Inq. 16 Nov. 28 Edw. I (defaced).
Beckeleye. The manor with the hamlet of Horton (full extent given with names of tenants), including a park with deer, held of the king in chief as of the honour of St. Valery, service unknown.
Harewell. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), [including several pastures called Westredel, ‘la Ha.… Breche, and Aldefeld on ‘la Doune,’] held of the king in chief as of the honor of St. Valery by service of a knight’s fee.
Heir as above.
DIVERS COUNTIES. Inq. made at Walingeford, 20 Dec. 29 Edw. I (defaced).
Foreign rents pertaining to the honour of Walingeford in divers counties, viz.—
OXFORD. 16s. 11d. rent from tenements in:—
Grendon, Watlynton and Oxford.
BERKS. 7s. 10d. rent from a messuage and 2a. land in Langworth.
BUCKINGHAM. 1d. rent from a tenement in Fletemerston.
OXFORD. 6l. 4s. 10d. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Draycote, Ruyecote, Haselleggh, Stretton, Burncestre and Wrechwyk, Wroxton, Alcrynton, Heyford Warin, Heyford ad pontem, Whitefeld, Adewell, Henton, Kyngeston and Lynelegh, Aston and Stokinghurch, Bixebraund, Garing, Harpedene, Rotherfeld, Newenham, Stokebasset, Ippesdene, Gethampton, Mapelderhamchausee, Whitchurch, Baldynton, Cuxham, Brightewell, Brotewell, Holecumbe, Chalgrave, [ (fn. 9) Pus]hull and Watlynton.
BERKS. 38s. 2d. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Dudecote, Eton, Soleham, Appelton, Carsewell, Foulescote, Uppledecombe, Beterton and Adington (?), Burwefelde, Tudemershe, Purlegh, Clopcote and Donyngton.
GLOUCESTER. 11s. 6d. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Little Rissyndon, Turkeden, Chiriton, Arldlegh (?) and Bruera.
WILTS. 16s. 8d. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Mayden Wynterburn, Haselberwe, Chilton, Manynton, Little Okeburn, Draycote and Kokkelbergh [alias Cokkebergh], Walcote, Rodburn and Chaggely.
NORTHAMPTON. 5s. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Purston and Theneford and Crouleton.
BEDFORD. 7s. of fixed view from the townships of:—
La Leghe [alias Leghee (sic)], Clopham and Acle.
SURREY. 4s. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Betyndon and Chissenden [alias Chussynden].
MIDDLESEX. 14s. 2d. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Haneworth, Acton [alias Hacton], Dallegh, Hurdynton, Tykenham, Coleham and Woxebrygge.
BUCKINGHAM. 113s. 10d. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Wotesden, Bottecleydon, Quenton, Puchecote, Fetemershton, Estrop [alias Ethorp], Bichyndon, Wedon, Wengrave, Stiuecle [alias Styuecle], Solebury, Masseworth, Staunton Barry, Wavyngden, Bradewell, Acle, Ikeford, Saunteresdon and Iselhampstede, the fees of Anegod, Gynant, Norwic [alias Northwik] and of [the abbess of] Godestowe, in Wycombe, the borough of Wycombe, the townships of Huchham [alias Hudham (sic)], Merlawe and Dorneye, Heddesoure, Lynleye, Smythemere, Ake, Evere, Tiscote and Hawering [alias Hawerugge].
A court of the honour aforesaid at Waling(ford) every month, worth 8l. a year.
Six views pertaining to the honour held in co. Oxford once a year viz.—the views of Burncestre, Haselegh, Kyngeston, Watlynton, Chalgrave and [Stoke]; four views in Berks, viz.—the views of Clopcote, Purlegh, Donynton [alias Dunyngton] and Ardynton; two views in co. Gloucester, viz.—the views of Rissingdon [alias Rysendon] and Chiriton; the view of Okeburne, co. Wilts; the view of Clopham, co. Bedford; the view of Betyndon, co. Surrey; the view of Woxebrugge, co. Middlesex; seven views in co. Buckingham, viz.—the views of Evere, Wycombe, Merlawe, Staunton, Wengrave, Bichyndon and Ikeford.
(fn. 10) DIVERS COUNTIES. Inq. made at Norht Oseneye, 3 Dec. 29 Edw. I (defective and defaced).
Foreign rents pertaining to the honour of St. Valery in divers counties, viz.—
OXFORD. 13l. 3s. 4d. of assised rent of Norht Oseneye, whereof in—
Folebrok. Tenements which were of Henry Symeon held by Walter de Langeton, rendering 2s. yearly.
Horspathe, Lower and Upper, held by the master of the knights of the Temple in England, rendering 9l. yearly.
Worton. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Michael de Meldon, rendering 53s. 4d. yearly.
Shirebourn. 1/10 knight’s fee held by the heirs of William de Shireburn, rendering 9s. yearly.
Folebrok. The serjeanty held for the residue of the collection of the sheriff of Oxford, by Walter de Langeton, rendering 2s. 9d. yearly.
Estthrop. 1/4 knight’s fee held by the heirs of John de Tuwe, rendering 15s. yearly.
Forsthull. 1/20 knight’s fee held by the prioress of Luttlemor, rendering 1d. yearly; and a forge held by the prioress of Stodlegh, rendering 1d. yearly.
Shireburn. The manor held by Henry Tyeys, rendering a bow (arcum auburneum) with 3 barbed arrows yearly.
Halegton. The manor held by Bartholomew de Kente, rendering 1d. yearly.
BERKS. 5s. assised rent of Norht Oseneye, viz.—
Pusie. 1/2 knight’s fee held by William Maunsel, rendering 2s. 8d. yearly; and 1/4 knight’s fee held by John ……bere [alias Coumbere], rendering 2s. 4d. yearly.
BUCKINGHAM. 109s. 8d. assised rent of Norht [alias North] Oseneye, viz.—
Grendon. The manor held by Amaury (Almaricus) de Sancto Amando, rendering a bow (arcum auburneum) and 3 barbed arrows yearly.
Westbury and Radeclive. [Divers tenements] held by the heirs of Ralph de Hanger (?) [alias Harang’], rendering 106s. 8d. yearly.
Thornton. 1 knight’s fee held by Malcolm de Chastiloun, rendering 2s.
NORTHAMPTON. 40s. assised rent of Norht Oseneye from the master &c. of the Hospital of St. John, Brakleye, for the manor of Siresham.
SOUTHAMPTON. 100s. assised rent of Norht Oseneye, viz;—
Depedene. 1/3 knight’s fee held by Nicholas de Depedene, rendering 33s. 4d. yearly; 1/3 knight’s fee held by Walter Not, rendering 33s. 4d. yearly; and 1/3 knight’s fee held by Richard son and heir of Ralph de Hangre, rendering 33s. 4d. yearly.
WILTS. Colkote. 60s. assised rent of Norht Oseneye from the heirs of Adam de Pyreton.
OXFORD. 61s. 10d. of fixed view, 42s. 8d. hidage and 21 1/2d. of wardpeny from the townships of:—
Barton and Roulesham, Throp, Wyghhull, Hamton Gay, Karsington and Somerford, Worton, Puttes, Norton Brun, Estthrop and Carsewell, Burton, Clanefeld, Forsthull, Horspathe and Merlake, Coumbe and Chuleworth, Haleghton [alias Aleghton], Wodepurye, Wode Eton, Stodleye and Asshe.
BERKS. 14s. 6d. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Elfinton, Knyghttynton, Henton and Pusie.
BUCKINGHAM. 41s. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Thornton, Westbury, Dodeford and Radeclive.
SOUTHAMPTON. 17s. of fixed view from the townships of:—
Depedene, Nortone and Dummere.
OXFORD AND BERKS. 42s. 8d. hidage in divers places in co. Oxford, viz.:—from Asshe 4s., Puttes 3s. 4d., Norton Brun 20s., Estthrop and Carsewell 2s., Burton 6s., and Clanefeld 7s. 4d.; and 21 1/2d. for wardpeny in Puttes, Norton Brun, Estthrop and Carsewell, Burton and Clanefeld, and 5d. in Elfinton, co. Berks.
OXFORD. A court at Norht Oseneye every three weeks; a view at Beckeleye once a year, two views at Clanefeld, and a view at Throp.
BERKS. Views once a year at Elfinton, Knyghtynton and Henton.
SOUTHAMPTON. Views once a year at Depedene and Norton.
BUCKINGHAM. A view at Westbury.
OXFORD. 13 1/2, 1/4, 1/5 …… knights’ fees (pertaining to the honour of St. Valery?) held by the said earl of the king in chief, service unknown; whereof:—
Norton by Hampton. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Richard de Fretewell.
Forsthull. 1/5 knight’s fee held by John de Sancto Johanne.
Bereford St. Michael and Neuwynton. 1 knight’s fee held by the heirs of Richard de Seyton.
…….. William de Sprotton and James Planche ……
NORFOLK. Inq. 22 Nov. [29] Edw. I (defective and defaced).
Baketon, of the honour [ (fn. 11) of Eye]. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) (held) …… (service) unknown.
Heir as above.
SUFFOLK. Inq. 18 Nov. 28 Edw. I.
Haggelegh, of the bailliwick of Eye. The manor (full extent given with field names and names of tenants), including a pasture in the wood called Plasshiche, a park with deer, a market every Saturday, a fair at the feast of the Assumption, and tenements in Waungford, held of the king in chief, service unknown. Hugh de Troye, parker of fee by the earl’s charter to him and the heirs of his body, takes yearly 45s. 6d. and a robe or half a mark.
Heir as above.
LINCOLN. Inq. Sunday after All Saints, 28 Edw. I.
The said earl had the honour of Eye by hereditary succession after the death of Richard, sometime earl of Cornwall, his father, who had it of the gift of king Henry his brother.
Segbrock. The township, which is of the said honour, held by Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, of the said earl, service unknown; but four villeins and the reeve of the earl of Lincoln shall come to the earl of Cornwall’s court next after Michaelmas, and present bloodshed, hue (and cry) raised, waif, and park broken, only, and the earl of Cornwall had his park within the earl of Lincoln’s manor, whose free tenants shall make one appearance at the said court.
Alington. A knight’s fee held by William Burdet of the earl of Cornwall, doing suit at his court every 3 weeks and rendering 3s. 4d. (yearly) for the guard of the castle of Eye; and the said William’s tenants made one attendance at the said court and presented all they ought to present.
Beruby, of the said honour, held by Stephen Pesson by service of 1 knight’s fee, renderng 3s. 4d. for the guard of the said castle, and doing suit &c. as abovesaid. Two parts of the town are in the hand of John de Sandale by the king’s commission, because it is said that the said Stephen forfeited them because he went beyond the sea with the bishop of St. Andrews, the king’s enemy, into Scotland; and the third part is in the hand of Cecily late (the wife) of Ingram Pesson, grandfather of the said Stephen, in dower.
Acastre and Aton, co. York, and Neubo, co. Lincoln, held by Richard Malebise by service of 1 knight’s fee, doing suit as above and rendering 3s. 4d. for the guard of the said castle.
Ancastre, Wyvelesford, Ingoldesby and Herlaston. 1/2 knight’s fee held by John Malet, rendering 20d. yearly for the guard of the said castle, and suit as above. Roger Tebbe of Ancastre freely granted 1/2d. yearly to the said earl, and Robert Alibon of Ancastre 1/4d.
Colsteworth. William Dyve sometime held a toft and 3 bovates of land, and freely granted to Richard, earl of Cornwall, to do one attendance yearly at his court to be quit of toll in Graham and elsewhere, and the said tenement is alienated to several who do one attendance &c.; and Roger Cousyn of Merston freely granted the said earl 12d. yearly, and held there 1 bovate of land, and many now hold it and did one attendance at the said court, but presented nothing.
Welleburn, of the said honour. 100s. rent from free tenants who hold 5 carucates of land, held by William de Godested, rendering 6s. 8d. for the guard of the said castle, and his tenants used to do one appearance (yearly) at the bridge of Skynand at the wapentake of king Henry whilst the honour was in his hand; afterwards the said king gave the honour to Richard his brother, whose bailiffs have since compelled those tenants to make an attendance and present as above, at his court at Segbrock usque in terciam Wappn’, and so they did in the time of Earl Edmund. Lady Isabel de Vescy holds a manor for life, and the tenants make the same attendance as those of William de Godested, and the villeins contribute with them to the common fines; and after her death the manor reverts to the king or his heirs. Stephen de Cotum had there a toft, and Osbert de la Dounhall had 2 1/2a. land, and each freely granted to Earl Richard 6d. yearly for having avowry from him, and Earl Edmund has had the same from those who held the toft until now.
Heir as above.
LINCOLN. Inq. made at Kirketon, 5 Oct. 28 Edw. I (defaced).
[Wapentake of Kirketon:—]
Kirketon (?). The manor with the soke, which are of the king’s ancient demesnes (extent given), including Hallecote croft and a market, held of the king in chief, service unknown; including also:—
Ferland. 4 bovates of land called Ferland (extent given), whose tenants shall carry the lord’s letters sealed with his seal, when necessary.
[ (fn. 12) Grimesland.] (?) 2 tofts and 4 bovates of land, whose tenant ought to be the lord’s reeve (allowances given).
Bedilland. 1 bovate of land, whose tenant ought to be the lord’s bedel to guard the lord’s corn in the summer (allowances given).
Kisingland. 1 bovate of land called Kisinglond.
Gressemenlond. 8 bovates of land called Gressemenlond (extent given), whose tenants ought to guard thieves in the stocks in common, and answer for their escape, with other services.
[*Blenklond.] A toft and 1/2 bovate of land, whose tenants ought to release prisoners from the stocks and guard them until ….. into the stocks, with other services.
[*Smith]lond. 1 bovate of land, whose tenant ought to make the ironwork (ferra …..) pertaining to 4 ploughs.
Hawelond. 1/2 bovate of land which the lord’s shepherd …… for keeping the lord’s folds (?) (..alda), (receiving yearly) a sheep, price 2s., a lamb, price 6d…… and 1/2qr. barley (..dei), and …… for the keep of his dog.
[*Dertlond.].. 8 bovates of land, by the lesser hundred, whose tenants, amongst other services (specified) ought to thatch the hall and grange of the manor at their own charges when necessary, receiving yearly for the same, from certain tenements called Wigotson Dayles in Graingham ……
Boneplowes. Ploughing by all the ploughs of the township of Kirketon, viz.—24 at least, and 3 ploughs from Graingham, twice a year, receiving 4 barley loaves and eight herrings each daily, and 1/2 a mark between them for drink.
Gressetoftes and Werktoftes. 8 tofts called Gressetoftes, and 111 tofts called Werktoftes (services specified and field names), including carrying 1qr. of corn at Morton and Gaynesburgh.
Ruste Gaire and Wodehill. Certain plots in the fields which are called ‘le Ruste Gaire,’ and a plot called Wodehill.
Fretoftes. 22 tofts called fretofts and 4 other tofts &c. …..
Marketstalls. 14 stalls &c.
Smale Intaks. 8 small plots called ‘Smale Intaks.’
Increments:—
Escheats. Divers tofts, lands &c. with Ruste Gaires, Wodehill, Gerhockeld and Westlamges, which were of Thomas de Brunholm &c.
Faldage. 13s. 4d. for all the sheep of the township of Kirketon, which lie yearly from Whitsunday to All Saints day in the lord’s fold.
Graingham. 18 bovates of land, of the share of Kirketon, each rendering 5s. 2d. yearly and 1d. for ‘Wodehalpens,’ and doing as much as a bovate of Wercland in Kirketon &c.; and 13 tofts, each doing as much as one of the tofts called Werktofts in Kirketon.
Hibaldstowe. 22 1/4 bovates of land.
Gamelesthorp. 8 1/4 bovates of land.
Misen. 12 tofts and 12 bovates of land (extent given), including a fishery in Bikeresdik, 22 sticks of eels, a fishery in Iddel, and the tenants ought to find 9 carts of their own timber yearly or pay 22s. 6d., and also pay 26s. 8d. yearly for being released from the wapentake of Kirketon, and find timber for 9 ploughs, whereof the reeve of Kirketon shall have one.
Pleas &c. of the wapentake of Kirketon.
The tenants of the wapentake of Kirketon ought to make and repair the wall round the manor of Kirketon on the east side, except the tenants of Misen who ought to make the great gate (portam).
Wapentake of Aslachou:—
Graingham. 26 1/4 (?) bovates of land, of the share of Aslachou &c.
Sniterby. 24 bovates of land and 1 toft of escheat.
Aderby. 35 bovates of land &c.
Saxeby. 14 bovates of land and 2 tofts.
Helmeswell. 88 bovates of land, 6 tofts and 60a. meadow.
Herpeswell. 41 1/2 bovates of land and 3 tofts.
Glentworth. 80 bovates of land and …… of escheat.
Spital on the Street (Hospitale super stratam). 1 1/2 bovate of land…..
Pleas &c. of the wapentake of Aslachou.
The tenants of the wapentake ought to make [&c. the wall above-said] on the south [side].
Wapentake of [Coringham]:—
Hepham. 32 bovates of land ……
Springthorp. 43 1/4 bovates of land …… and divers plots of land and meadow of escheat.
Little Coringham. 35 bovates of and, 2 tofts ……
Great Coringham. 9 1/2 bovates of land and 1 toft.
Aseby. 18 bovates of land …… meadow of escheat.
Somerdeby. 31 bovates of land and 1/3 of 1/4 bovate, a third part of a toft …… called Tollund.
Pileham and Gileby. 30 1/2 bovates of land, 2 tofts ……
Bliton. 42 bovates of land, three little plots &c.
Warton. 24 bovates of land, a plot of escheat &c.
Morton. 9 bovates of land, a plot &c., and a rent called ‘wodehalpens.’
Walkreth. 1 bovate of land, a plot &c., and a similar rent.
Stochyth. 6 1/3 bovates of land, 2 tofts and a similar rent.
Northorp. 28 bovates of land &c.
Pleas &c. of the wapentake of Coringham.
The tenants of the wapentake ought to make &c. ……….
Wapentake of Manlee:—
Boringham. 8 bovates of land ….. plots of escheat.
Wyntrington. 9 tofts and 29 1/8 bovates of land, 4 little plots, and 6 hens rent ……
Burton. 4 1/2 tofts …… a moiety pertaining to the manor of Kirketon.
Riseby. 1/2 bovate of land.
Scumthorp. 17 (?) bovates of land.
Frothingham. 13 (?) bovates of land.
Bromeby. 41 bovates of land ……
Askeby. 34 bovates of land, 1 toft…...
Yadelthorp. 4 bovates of land &c.
Botenesford. ……..
Stainton… 1/4 bovate of land.
Redeborn. ….. of land.
Pleas &c. of the wapentake of Manlee.
All the tenants of the wapentake ought to repair the wall around the manor of Kirketon on the north, when necessary.
Pleas &c. of the sokemote held every 6 weeks.
YORK. …. Monday after the Epiphany ….. (defective and defaced).
[Aldborough.] …. honour of Knaresburgh …. (extent given with names of tenants), including 50s. (?) for tallage from the township of Aldborough (Veteris burgi).
Minskyp. 2 tofts, 111a. arable, rents &c. (extent given with names of tenants), including 20s. (yearly) for tallage from the township.
Boroughbridge (Pons burgi). Burgesses doing suit 3 times a year, and 35s. 1 1/2d. rents from tenants of escheats &c. 3 water-mills, a fishery in the waters of Yor and Use, 20l. tolls and ‘fraght’ by land and by the river Yor, tallage, pleas &c.
Burton. 17s. 8d. rent &c. of John de Walkyngham who holds the township.
Donesford. 2s. 10d. rent &c. of Robert de Donesford, who holds 4 bovates of land.
Branton. 4s. 10d. rent from 10 bovates of land (tenants named).
Grafton. 30s. rent from 12 bovates of land and a cottage (tenants named).
Mildeby. 21s. 1d. rent &c. from a messuage, tofts and land (extent given with names of tenants).
Routheclyve. A capital messuage, lands, rents &c. (extent given with names of tenants), including 18d. from tenants of William de Stopham in Westwyk for pasture, a fishery, and 10s. for tallage from the township.
Heir as above, aged 50 and more.
YORK. Inq. Monday the morrow of the Circumcision, 29 Edw. I (defective and defaced).
Knaresburgh. [The manor] with the castle and honour (full extent given with names of tenants), including a rent of burgesses called ‘foresteresbone,’ a rent (firma) called ‘burghrente,’ a park under the castle, and parks called ….. Bilton and ‘le Haywra’ an iron mine in the waste of the forest &c. [held of the king in chief] by service of 2 knights’ fees; and the following places (extents given with names of tenants):—
Skrevyn. The manor (extent given with names of tenants).
Clyfton Ellesworth. ………and the bondmen of the hamlets of Rousthirst, Becwyth, Panhal, Clyfton Elleswrth, Foston Bestayn, Tymble Brian, Tymble Percy, Thorescros, Pateside, Thornthwayt, Derle Menewyth, Fellesclyve, Birstat, Hamesthwayt, Clynt, Kilinghal, Sprosty and Bilton give 6l. for boonwork at Michaelmas; and in the said forest are three foresters’ wards, whereof the lord receives yearly by the hand of the forester of Knaresburgh 16s. 1d., by the hand of the forester of Kylinghal 4s. . .d., by the hand of the forester of Werledal 18s. 4d., and from Sir Robert de Plumton for foresters’ food (poutura) 4s.; and the pleas and perquisites of the court of the soke of Knaresburgh, with amercements are worth 100s.
Heir as above, aged 50 and more.
YORK. Extent or summary of lands &c. which were of the said Edmund, who held of the king in chief, [and by his death] have been taken into the king’s hand.
Knaresburgh. The castle and town, with the hamlets mentioned above, and the following:—The hamlets of Feringeby, Dogelofthus, Arkandeloftus, Beaurepeir, Hoperton, Conyngesthorp and Erkendene; certain rents called ‘foresterbon’ which the commonalty of the hamlets of Feringby, Conyngesthorp, Erkendene and Farnham render; rents and services of certain tenants in Walkyngham, Stanley, Thorescrosse, Brerton, Erkendenlofthus, Roudon and Rippeley; the hamlets of Kirkestanley, Scotton, Roshurst, Kelwych, Panhale, Clifton Ellesworth, Foston Bestayn, Tymble Bryan and Tymble Percy, Thorescrosse, Pateside and Thorntwhait, Derle Menewyth, Fellesclyve, Birstat, Hamstwhait, Clynt, Killinghale, Bilton, Minskip, Grafton and Routheclyve; the towns of Aldborough (Veteris Burgi) and Boroughbridge (Pontis Burgi); rents &c. of certain tenants in the hamlets of Burton, Donesford and Brampton; and three foresters’ wards.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 28 Jan. 29 Edw. I.
[YORK.] Inq. made at Knarr(esburgh) on Monday after the Purification, 29 Edw. I.
Stanleye and Farnham. 15 carucates of land held by Henry son of Hugh by service of 1 1/4 knight’s fee.
Burton. 6 carucates of land held by Peter Bekard by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
Great Useburne. 12 carucates of land held by Henry de Boys by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Little Cathale. 1 carucate of land held by William Fossard by service of 1/8 knight’s fee.
He had no advowsons of churches in the honour of Knaresburgh or in the bailiwick.
MIDDLESEX. Extent, 30 Nov. 28 Edw. I (sic).
Enbery. 1/8 knight’s fee held by William de Staunton and Mabel (Amabilia) his wife.
Istelworth. 1/4 knight’s fee held by William de Eystanes and Robert de Pyrie.
Istelworth and Heston and Twykenham, hamlets pertaining to the manor of Istelworth. The abbot &c. of St. Valery have the churches to their own uses from the time of the conquest.
[ (fn. 13) BERKS (reclius HERTFORD). Northcote manor.
Wykinton.
Betlawe.
Little Gatesden.
BUCKINGHAM. Wedon.
Agmondesham
Swanburne.]
[ (fn. 14) NORTHAMPTON. Holthorpe.
Gublecote.
Woketon.]
LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Kirketon, 5 Oct. 28 Edw. I
Helmeswell, Pileham, Springthorp, Hepham and Frothingham. The advowsons of the churches.
LINCOLN. Inq. Sunday after All Saints, 28 Edw. I.
Fees pertaining to the honour of Eye:—
Alington. 1 knight’s fee held by William Burdet.
Beruby. 1 knight’s fee held by Stephen Pessun.
Neubo, co. Lincoln, and Acastre and Acon (sic), co. York. 1 Kinght’s fee held by Richard Malebyse.
Anecastre, Wyvelesford, Inggoldesby and Herlaston. 1/2 Kinght’s fee held by John Malet.
HUNTINGDON. Extent made at Glatton on 14 Oct. 28 Edw. I.
Conyngton and Pertenhale. 1 knight’s fee held by Robert de Baouse.
RUTLAND. Inq. made at Ocham on Friday after St. Denis, 28 Edw. I.
Fees of Okham:—
Pikkeworth. 1 fee held by Roger de Gyneto.
Kylpesham. 1 fee held by William la Suche.
Braunston. 1 fee held by Theobald de Nevyle.
Beltone. 1 fee held by William le Blound.
Wardeleye. 1/2 fee hed by Robert de Tateshale.
LEICESTER. Knossington. 1/2 fee, pertaining to the castle of Ocham, held by Robert de Tateshale.
Thorp and Twyforde. 1/2 like fee, which is in the hands of the abbot of Osolston, the abbot of Vaudey, the prior of Chaucumbe, the master of Burton Lazars (Sancti Lazari), Ralph de Sechevile, and other tenants.
RUTLAND. Nortluffenham and Mantone. The advowsons of the churches.
SOMERSET. Inq. 14 Nov. 28 Edw. I.
Ivelcestre. The advowson of the church of St. John the Baptist.
He had no knight’s fee nor any other advowson in the county.
[*DORSET. Dalwode. 1/4 fee of Fordington manor, extent.
Blakemore. A hermitage in the forest.]
DEVON. Extent made at Exeter, 22 Nov. 29 Edw. I.
20 1/24 knights’ fees pertaining to the manor of Braneys, viz.—
Cruwes Morchard and Alfresworth. 2 fees held by Robert de Cruwes.
Pountyngdon. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Robert Walrond, which is in the king’s hand by reason of the idiocy of the said heirs.
Middleton. 1/8 fee held by John de Moun.
Yolleston. 1/2 and 1/8 fee held by John Fraunceys.
Comb. 1/4 and 1/8 fee held by the same John.
Boclaunde Dyneham. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of Maud de Hardeneshill.
Suthradeworth. 1/8 fee held by Thomas de Ralegh.
Bikeworth and Fenne. 1/9 fee held by the same Thomas.
Bradeforde. 1/2 fee held by John de Legh.
Esse. 1/2 fee held by Richard le Flemyng.
Botyngdon and Haggeston. 1/2 fee held by the same Richard.
Wellecomb and Scottenelegh. 1/2 fee held by John Tracy.
Litz. 1/8 fee held by the heirs of Geoffrey de Pyn.
Welhangre. 1/10 fee held by the same heirs.
Lyu. 1/8 fee held by William de Estecomb.
Little Cadelegh. 1/8 fee held by John de Mohun.
Hykeryngton. 1/12 fee held by David de Forshull; and 1/12 fee held by William Radesprey.
Nitherton and Boclaunde. 1 fee held by Eustace Baroun.
Touceynston and Bokelaunde Kayllou. 2 fees held by John de Weston.
Houlecombe. 1/3 fee held by William le Espek.
Cobbe Wympel. 1/3 fee held by the same.
Matforde. 1/4 fee held by the same.
Estlegh. 1/3 fee held by John Hureward.
(Unspecified.) Two parts of 1 fee held by the same.
Suthlegh. 1 fee held by John de Legh.
Axemimstre. 1/2 fee held by Stephen de Haccumbe.
Estmembery. 1 fee held by Reginald Bernehus; and 1 fee held by Henry de Membery.
Weryngston and Rappyngsheye. 1 fee held by John Tollyro.
Harrygge and Nittherton. 1 fee held by John Parcot.
Farewode. 1/2 fee held by William Daunney.
Piewille. 1/2 fee held by the same William.
Cuddeforde and Combe. 1/4 fee held by Reginald de Clifforde.
Forshull 1/3 fee held by ….. de Forshull.
Staford, Sakemanneton and Combe Launceles. 1 fee held by Joice de Launceles.
Staford. 1/3 fee held by the same.
Braneys. The advowson of the church of St. Denis.
CORNWALL &c. Inq. made at Rostormel, 13 Nov. 29 Edw. I (defective).
121 knights’ fees, two parts, three parts and a twentieth part of a knight’s fee in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset, pertaining to the earldom of Cornwall, held by the said Edmund of the king in chief, whereof:—
CORNWALL. [ (fn. 15) Fees pertaining to the castle of Lanceveton.]
Polroda. 6 fees held by Ralph Bloyhou.
Worthfala and Penhel. 12 1/2 fees held by William de Botreus.
Rekaradek. 4 fees held by the heir of Henry son of Henry de Kelligren.
Alet. 1 1/2 fee held by the heir of John . . alek.
Trehagh. 3 fees held by the heir of Richard de Trethagk.
Trenuwyth. 1 fee held by William son of Richard son of Ivo.
Tremodred. 3 1/3 fees held by William de Bodrigan.
Hudno. 1 fee held by the heir of William de Walesbreu.
Middellaunde. 10 fees held by Herbert de Pyn.
Hilton. 5 fees held by the heir of James de Beley.
Bretton in Hautebrae and Brae. 7 fees held by Richard le Flemeinge.
Fouington. 1 fee, excepting 1/8 fee, held by Elias Aubeny; and 1/8 fee in the manor, held by John de Wylington.
DEVON. Raddon. 1 fee held by the heir of Robert Maundevile.
CORNWALL. Wadefast. 1 fee held by the heir of Roger le Enggleis.
Stratton. 1 fee held by the heir of Roger de Albo Monasterio.
Efford. 1 fee held by Thomas de Wamford.
Trenerys. 1/4 fee held by Thomas Arcedekene.
DORSET. Hollewalle. 1/4 fee held by the heir of Hereward de Bithelegh.
CORNWALL. Penrosbordon. 1/2 fee held by the heir of Richard Burdoun.
…idy. 1 fee held by the heir of Walter de Dunstevile.
DEVON. Hemeston. 2 fees held by the heir of William de Bosco Rouardi.
CORNWALL. Tregony. 1 fee held by Henry de Pomeray.
Lanhoghou. 1 fee held by Robert Giffard.
Hornicot. 5 fees held by Roger de Carbinhou.
Tamerton, Wynyerton and Merthyn. 1/20 fee held by the same Roger.
Carnan. 1 (?) fee held by Robert Tony.
Alvreton. 1/2 fee held by Henry le Tyeys.
Cardinan and Botardel. 30 fees held by Joice de Dinham.
Truardai (?) and Luden. 21 fees held by William de Campo Arnulphi.
Restanget. 12 fees held by Walter de Aylesbury.
[ (fn. 16) Trevesbaite.] 2 fees held by John Tracy.
Wodewidwy, Wodewythgy. 1/3 fee held by Henry de Bodrigan; and two parts of 1 fee held by …. Reueward.
St. Besiana, St. Stephiana, St. Cryda, Blistone, St. Michael at Hellesbiry, Nanteglos, and Stoke. The advowsons of the churches.
St. Michael at St. Michael’s Mount, and Triwardreith. The advowsons of the priories, with custody when they are vacant.
[CORNWAL AND DEVON.] 59 fees pertaining to the castle of Trematon alias Tremeton, Tremyngton:—
Bykebiry. 1 fee held by Stephen de Haccumbe.
Hugaton and L[*oppeston]. 1 fee held by the same.
Ert and La Grane. Two parts of 1 fee held by the same.
Nottedon. 1 fee held by the same.
Holewale. 1/3 fee held by the same.
Schepham. 1/2 fee held by James de Oxton.
B[*addeston, Salte]combe and Wymundesham. 2 fees held by Hugh de Ferrariis.
Orcherdon. 1 fee held by Peter de Pridias.
Peke, Trevalueth and Spridlescombe. 2 1/2 fees held by (John ?) Attetorre.
Lopperigge and Southrigge. [2 fees] held by Matthew son of J(ohn ?).
Makere, Sutton [*and King’s Tamerton]. 1 fee held by John de Vautort of Sutton.
Hereford, Stokelegh and Trelowen. 2 fees held by William de Chambernon.
Hareston, Venton, Harecnolle, Karkila, and Penhangel. 6 fees held by William …..
[ (fn. 17) North] Lodbrok, Baucomb, South Lodbrok, Langham, and Trethineck. 3 fees held by Geoffrey de Lodbrok.
Br[*oke], Rethewille and Appeldounesford. 3 fees held by Nicholas de Alneto.
Halton, Pilaton, [*Nodatorre, Tre]wornan and Tremur. 4 fees held by Roger de Inkepenne.
Trebygon. 1 fee held by Stephen de Haccombe.
Tregantel and Combe. 1 1/2 fee held by John de …… of Moddaton.
Inheswork. 1/2 fee held by Peter de Fissake.
Kallilonde. 1/2 fee held by the baron of Stafford.
Disert. 1/2 fee held by John de Carminou.
Trewent, Trewint. 1/2 fee held by Walter de West; and 1 fee held by Ralph de Kylygreu.
St. Goran, Nansladeron and Lantian. 2 fees held by Serlo de Nansladeron.
Bere manor with its members. 21 fees held by Reginald de Ferrariis.
St. Stephen, Tremeton, and Kellestok. The advowsons of the churches.
NORFOLK, SUFFOLK AND ESSEX. Inq. made at Eye, 10 Nov. 28 Edw. I, concerning knights’ fees &c. which were of the said earl, pertaining to the honour of Eye, viz. 88 fees:—
SUFFOLK. Donigwrth, Tunstalle, Wantesden, Eyke, Blakes[*hal]e and Holeslegh. 5 fees held by Roger le Bigod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England.
SUFFOLK. Ludham, Glemham, Bengges, Craneford, Sibeton, Framigham, Stanton, Flemwrth [alias Flinwrth], Alinton, Sutton, Winkefeud, Fresingfeud, Thikebrom, Cretingg, Marlesford, Weybre(de) [and Keneto]n.
NORFOLK. Frense, Kilverston, Fordlegh, Horsford, Waketon, and Semere.
ESSEX. Stikinglond, Thurstanton and Horswade. 10 fees held by Robert son of Roger.
SUFFOLK. Edwardiston, Wiverston [alias Wiverdeston], Rikinghale, Fresengfeud, Pesenhale, Staverton, Colton, Westhorp and Walsham.
NORFOLK. Thorp.
ESSEX. Goldingham and Pebenessh. 12 fees held by William de Monte Caniso.
SUFFOLK. Weybrede, Wythersdale, Playford, Fresingefeud, Kessegrave, Boyton, Isted, Wytherisfeld [alias Westerfeud], Moneweden and Ketelberwe [alias Keteleberge].
NORFOLK. Shotford. 10 fees held by Elizabeth de Ingham.
SUFFOLK. Huntingfeud, Bengges, Linsted, Petrestre, Chilton by Subiri [alias Sudberi], Sutton and Tangham. 7 fees held by Roger de Huntingfeud, the younger.
NORFOLK. Glousthorp, Bauseye, Baketon and Witton [alias Wyttone].
SUFFOLK. Giselingham [alias Geselingham], Bedingfeud, Culeslegh, Dalingeho, Alderton, Resshemere, Horham, Chikeringg, Bulge, Bergholt [alias Bercholt], Benhale and Badingham. 7 3/4 fees held by William de Bovile.
SUFFOLK Westleueton [alias Westletone]. 3 fees held by Peter de Donewico.
SUFFOLK. Asphale, Debenham [alias Debeham], Rendlesham, Perham and Categrave.
NORFOLK. Claxthorp [alias Clakesthorp] and Matelask [alias Matelaxk]. 4 fees held by Adam de Hodelesdon.
SUFFOLK. Kenton, Finigham and Horpol. 3 fees held by Roger son of Osbert.
SUFFOLK. Kelton, Rode in Wulebeye [alias Willebeye], and Horpol [alias Horpoil]. 2 fees held by Guy Ferre.
SUFFOLK. Stonham and Horham.
NORFOLK. Hethill [alias Hecham]. 1 fee held by Peter Jernegan [alias Gernegan].
SUFFOLK. Buckeslawe and Knoteshale. 1 fee held by the heirs of John Coer de boef.
Beclingg and Sternefeud. 1 fee held by Muriel de Beclingg.
SUFFOLK AND NORFOLK. Okenhill [alias Hokenhill], Sternefeud, Acle and Cleydon, and Gissingg. 4 fees held by Roger de Huntingfeud, the elder.
ESSEX AND SUFFOLK. Bures [alias Buris] and Bergholt [alias Bercholt], and Wikham, Cotton, Brisewrth, Rishanggeles [alias Risanles], Farnham and Rendham. 1 fee held by the heirs of Saukevile.
SUFFOLK. Manewyk, Iakelegh and Craneslegh [alias Cranle]. 1 fee held by Godfrey de Stratton.
Bedingfeud, Dersham and Laxfeud. 1 1/2 fee held by William le Flemming.
Iakelegh and Beningham. 1/2 fee held by Adam Bule [alias] Bole.
Denham. 1/2 fee held by Robert de Denham.
Brome. 1/2 fee held by Adam de Brom.
Gosewode [alias Gosewaude]. 1/3 fee held by John de Gosewode [alias Gosewaude].
Giselingham [alias Geselingham] and Thornham. 1/3 fee held by John de Boylund.
Brisewrth and Thornton [alias Thornham]. 1/3 fee held by Hugh de Troye [alias de Troie].
Laxfeud. 1 fee held by the heirs of Laxfeud.
Risshemere, Witton and Chikeringg. 3/4 fee held by William de Tinteshale [alias de Tyntishal].
Cretingg. 1/2 fee held by William de Cretingg.
Chatesham and Thornham. 1 fee held by Thomas Talenaz [alias Talenas].
NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. Baketon and Horham, Alderton, Dalingeho, Wtton [alias Woutton], Chikeringg, Resshemere [alias Rissemere], Bulge [alias Bulges] and Glemham. 2 3/4 fees held by Roger de Huntingfeud, the elder.
NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. Baketon and Horham, Alderton, Dalingeho, Wtton [alias Woutton], Chikeringg, Resshemere, Chatesham and Benhale. 2 3/4 fees held by Thomas Peche [alias Pecche].
NORFOLK. Baketon and Dilham. 2 1/4 fees held by the heirs of Roger de Gunton.
[SUFFOLK.] Billesford. 1/4 fee held by William de Tinteshale [alias de Tyntishal].
SUFFOLK. Eye, Snapes and Ridelingfeud. The advowsons of the priories.
NORFOLK. Bremholm. The advowson of the priory.
SUFFOLK. Alderton and Dalingeho. The advowson of a fifth part of the churches.
NORFOLK, SUFFOLK AND ESSEX. Inq. made at Eye on the feast of St. Martin, 28 Edw. I (defective).
A duplicate of the above, excepting the advowsons, with the variations there given within square brackets.
DIVERS COUNTIES. Inq. made at Norht Oseneye, 3 Dec. 29 Edw. I.
Fees &c. pertaining to the honour of St. Valery:—
OXFORD. Norton by Hampton. 1/2 fee held by Richard de Fritewell.
Forstball. 1/5 fee held by John de Segrave.
Bereford St. Michael and Niwenton. 1 fee held by the heirs of Richard de Seiton.
Thorp by Cudelynton. Two parts of 1 fee held by William de Sprotton, John de la Plaunche, and the abbess of Godestowe.
Forsthull. 1/20 fee held by the prioress of Forsthull.
Karsinton. 1/2 fee held by Michael de Meldon.
Wyghthull. 1/4 fee held by John Giffard.
Norton Brun. 1/2 fee held by Henry Spigurnel.
Karsinton. 1/2 fee held by the abbess of Godestowe.
Clanefeld, Burton and Puttes. 2 fees held by Henry de Chastiloun.
Halegton, Coumbe and Chuleworth. 1 fee held by Andrew de Sancto Licio.
Esthall. 1/5 fee held by Edmund, son and heir of Richard de Cornub[ia].
Estthrop. 1/4 fee held by Henry de Grey.
Folebrok. 1 fee held by Walter de Langeton.
Worton. 1/2 fee held by Michael de Meldon.
Baldynton and Synewell. 1/2 fee held by Richard de Louches.
Shireburne. 1/10 fee held by Hugh de Pusemere and Nicholas Lovet.
Wyghthull. 1/2 fee held by Walter de Wyghthull.
Asshe. Three parts of 1 fee held by Nicholas de Asshe.
Both Horspathes (in utro Horspathe). 1 fee held by the master of the knights of the Temple in England.
Wodepurie. 1 fee held by Richard Ammori.
Hamton Gay. 1/2 fee held by the abbot of Oseneye.
BERKS. Pusie. 3/4 fee held by William Maunsel.
Henton. 1 fee held by Richard de Sancto Welerico; and 1/4 fee held by Geoffrey de Elsinton.
Harewell. 1/2 fee held by Walter de Bayllol.
Harewell and Elynge. 1/2 fee held by Walter Aleyn, Walter de Aula, John Moygne, Hugh Huchild, William de Aula, William Attegrave, William Catewy, Henry Wylard and Henry de Mountfort.
SOUTHAMPTON. Norton and Sutton. 1 fee held by Richard de Sancto Walerico.
Dummere. 1 fee held by John de Dummere.
Depedene. 1 fee held by Nicholas de Depedene, Richard de Hanger and Walter Not.
BUCKINGHAM. Radeclive and Chakemor. 1 fee, 1/3 fee and 1/4 fee held by John Giffard.
Westbury, Chakemor and Radeclive. 1 1/2 fee and 1/3 fee held by Edmund de Aula.
Westbury and Haselegh. 1 1/2 fee held by Andrew de Sancto Licio.
NORTHAMPTON. Syresham. 1/2 fee held by the master of the hospital of St. John, Brackele.
BERKS AND OXFORD. Harewell, Mixebury, Beckele, Haleghton and Horspathe. The advowsons of the churches.
DIVERS COUNTIES. Inq. made at Walingeford, 20 Dec. 29 Edw. I (defaced).
Fees &c. of the honour of Walingeford:—
OXFORD. Garynges. 2 fees held by Hugh Dirival.
Stoke. 1 1/2 fee held by Alan la Zouche.
Gethamton. 1/5 fee held by Peter de Coudre.
Nywenham by Walingford. 1 fee held by Walter de Huntercoumbe.
Abbefeld. 1/2 fee held by the heir of Laurence de Scaccario.
Chalgrave. 1 fee held by Hugh de Plassetis.
Watlinton. 1 fee held by the free tenants and villeins of Wattlinton.
Chalgrave. 1 fee held by Drew (Drogo) de Barentino.
Holecombe. 1/2 fee held by Ralph [Angevin].
Nethercote by Leukenore. 1/4 fee held by Geoffrey de Leukenore.
Wodemonwik (?). 1/4 fee held by Robert de ….,…. de Ashull, Roger le Southeys, Hugh Clermound and John Hubert.
Bixebraund (?) and [ (fn. 18) Aple]hanger. 1/2 and 1/5 fee held by Maud Bround.
Whitefeld. [*1/4 fee] held by John de Whitefeld.
[*Sto]kkyngchurche. 1/2 fee held by John son of Alan.
[*Kin]geston by Aston. 1/4 fee held by Hugh le Blount.
[*Ruycote.] 1 fee held by Fulk de Ruyecote.
[*Rou]lesham, Barton and Ludewell. 1/4 fee held by Walter de Aylesbury.
Haselegh and Rotherfeld. 3 fees held by Ralph Pippard.
Whitchurche and Heyford Waryn. 2 fees held by Isabel de Fortibus, sometime countess of Albemarle, and now in the king’s hand as wardship.
Ippesden. 1/4 fee held by Laurence Basset.
Bruera. 2 fees in the abbey and its granges held by the abbot of Bruern.
Stok. 1/5 fee held by Roger de Burwefeld.
BERKS. Clopcote. 1/4 fee held by William de Bereford; and 1/4 fee held by Philip de Hoyvile.
Dodecote. 1/2 fee held by Hugh le Blount.
Dunyngton. 1 fee held by Thomas de Abberbury.
Thudmers. 1 fee held by John son of John de Thudemers.
WILTS. Vasterne, Wotton Basset and Brodetoune. 2 fees held by Hugh le Despenser.
Chilton, Little Okeburne and Ma[*nington]. 2 fees held by Henry Tyeys.
Haselbury, Dray[*cote], Walcote, Rodeburne, Cockelbergh, Assheley and Fouleswyk. 4 fees held by Richard Crok.
GLOUCESTER. Rysindon. 1 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Philip Burnel.
Thurkedene. 1/2 fee held by the abbot of Oseneye, Maud de Penton and John Seuare.
Treiton, Tangele, Nethercote, and Sandebroke, granges. 1 fee held by the abbot of Bruern.
MIDDLESEX. Haneworth. 1/2 fee held by Henry Dayrel.
Dalley. 1 fee held by Joan de Barentyn.
BEDFORD. Clopham. 1/2 fee held by Isabel de Fortibus, sometime countess of Albemarle, and now in the king’s hand as wardship.
BUCKINGHAM. Evere. 1 fee held by Robert son of Roger.
Ocle and Burstalle. 1 fee held by the heirs of Robert son of Thomas.
Little Merlawe. 1 fee held by William Danvers.
Dorneye. 1 fee held by William Cane.
Bichindon. 1 fee held by John de Lyndehirst.
Saunterdon. 1 fee held by William de Bello Campo, Ralph Broun, and Henry Dayrel.
Estthrop, Crendewell Wode[*hame], and Blagegrave. 3 fees held by Richard de Arcubus.
St[ (fn. 19) anton] Barry and Bradewell. 1 fee held by Robert Barry.
Quenton. 1 fee held by Robert Malet.
Wycombe. 1/2 fee held by John Gregory, Geoffrey de Dusteberwe, Gervase the baker (pistor), ……Ughred and other tenants of the fee of Anegod; 1/5 fee held by John de Asshewell; and 1/5 fee held by the master of the hospital of Wycombe.
Heddesouere and Smythere. 1 fee held by John de Heddesouere.
Iselhamstede and Ake. 1 fee (held by) …….
Wycombe. 1 fee (held by) ……..
Wengrave. 1 fee (held by) ……..
Pichecote, Wengrave, Roulesham, Briddesthorne, Wedon, Solebury, [*Steuecle, Littelcote, and Wavendon]. 3 fees (held by) ……
Wycombe (?)…..(held by) the master of the knights of the Temple in England.
BUCKINGHAM. Hawerigg [*and Maseworth];
BERKS. [*Lodecombe;]
BEDFORD. Clopham.
1 1/5 fee and a fifth part of two parts of 1 fee (held by) Guy de Bello Campo …..; ……. heir of John le Brun holds in the same towns as the said Guy.
NORTHAMPTON. Creuleton;
[*BUCKINGHAM. Huckham and Marlow.]
3 fees held by …. de Bello Campo.
OXFORD. …. and Kyngeston;
WILTS. Tydovere (?).
2 fees of …… held by John Nernuit.
BUCKINGHAM. Fletemerston;
OXFORD. Kyngeston and Lynl[*ecre].
1 fee held by Robert (?) de Verney.
BUCKINGHAM. Churde, Ikeford and Upton;
OXFORD. Draycote, Wroxton and Alcrynton.
2 fees held by Master Robert de Stoke.
OXFORD. Baldington and Heyford ad pontem;
BUCKINGHAM. Bottecleydon (?);
GLOUCESTER. Chiriton and Bruera.
3 fees held by Robert de la Mare.
OXFORD. Mapeldorham and Gersyndon. 1 1/2 fee held by John de Chauseye.
[BERKS.] Purle [*and Fulnescote];
SURREY. Betyndon and Chussendene;
OXFORD. Brighwell.
3 fees held by Roland Huscarl.
BERKS. Appelton and Eyton;
WILTS. Mayden Wynterbourne [*and Bridton (? Brodeton)];
GLOUCESTER, Cheggele.
2 fees held by …… de Stoke.
OXFORD. H[*arpen]dene;
MIDDLESEX. Hurdington and Ikenham;
BERKS. Eton by Cumenore.
3 fees held by William de Harpedene.
MIDDLESEX. Colham and Woxebrugge;
BUCKINGHAM. Pichelesthorn;
OXFORD. Burncestre, Stretton and Wrechewyk;
BERKS. Ardyndton;
WILTS. [*Cumpton ?]
7 fees which were of the earl of Salisbury, held by Henry de Lacy.
BERKS. Soleham, Burwefeld and Carsewell;
OXFORD. Heenton, Adewell and Brotewell;
BUCKINGHAM. Bradewell;
MIDDLESEX. Ikenhall.
8 (?) fees held by Hugh de Seint Philebert and Richard de la Hide.
BERKS. Walyngford. The advowsons of the deanery of the chapel of the castle and of the church of All Saints.
OXFORD. Stoke and Chalgrave. The advowsons of the churches.
Pleas at York before J. de Metingham &c. justices of the bench, 15 days from the day of Holy Trinity, 29 Edw. I (defaced).
OXFORD. Esthall. Margaret late the wife of Edmund earl of Cornwall, by her attorney, seeks 1/3 of two parts of the manor and advowson of the church, as her dower, against Edmund son of Richard de Cornubia; who by his attorney comes and says that the said earl gave the, manor to Richard his father, whose heir he is, to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with reversion to the said earl and his heirs, whom he bound to warrant the same; and that without the king, as heir of the said earl, he ought not to answer her: a day was given &c.
LINCOLN. Thunnek. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of the manor and of the advowson of the church, as her dower, against the abovesaid Edmund; who says that the said earl gave the said manor to the said Richard and his heirs for ever &c.: a day is given &c.
BUCKINGHAM. Evre. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of 3 carucates of land, as her dower, against Geoffrey son of Richard de Cornubia; who by his guardian says that the said earl gave the land to the said Richard and his heirs for ever &c.: a day is given &c.
Pleas &c. before R. de Hengham &c. 15 days from the day of St. Michael, 29 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Erdyngton &c. The said Margaret seeks, as her dower, against the abbot of Rewley by Oxford, 1/3 of the manor of Erdyngton; 1/3 of 40 messuages, 15 tofts, 1 carucate, 20 virgates of land, and 30s. rent, in Wylauston; 1/3 of 60s. rent in Stoke Talemache; 1/3 of the site of the abbey of North Osneye; 1/3 of 100a. land, 50a. meadow, 25s. 2 1/2d. rent, liberties and view of frankpledge in Northosneye; and 1/3 of 2,000a. wood in Netlebede and Bensington; and the abbot by his attorney says that he holds the manor and tenements of the grant of the said earl to the abbot and convent &c. for ever, and the king confirmed the gift of the lands in Northoseneye, excepting a plot for holding the said earl’s court of the honour of St. Valery &c.: a day is given &c.
GLOUCESTER. Longbergh. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of the manor and of the advowson of the church, and of 500a. wood and pasture in Nethereswelles, as her dower, against the abbot of Hayles; who says that the said earl gave the said manor to him &c. in frank almoin, and the king confirmed the same, and also about 100a. wood &c. in Netherwelles &c.: a day is given &c.
OXFORD. Halughton. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of the manor and of the advowson of the church, as her dower, against Bartholomew de Kancia; who says that he claims nothing in the advowson, but holds the manor for life by the demise of the said earl &c.: a day is given &c.
Pleas before the same justices on the octave of St. Michael, 29 Edw. I.
CORNWALL. Branel. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of the manor and of the advowson of the church as her dower against Walter de Cornubia; who says that the said earl gave the same to him and his heirs &c. and he offered the earl’s charter which testifies this: a day is given &c.
Pleas before the same justices 15 days from St. Hilary, 30 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Esthalle. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of 1/3 of the manor and of the advowson of the church, as her dower, against Joan late the wife of Richard de Cornubia; who says that she holds the same in dower of the inheritance of Edmund son of the said Richard and calls him to warrant &c.: a day is given &c.
LINCOLN. Thumek. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of 1/3 of the manor and of the advowson of the church against the same Joan; who says she holds the same in dower &c. as above &c.
Pleas before the same justices on the octave of the Purification, 30 Edw. I.
SUFFOLK. Breseworth. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of 1 messuage, 60a. land, 2a. wood and 10s. rent, as her dower, against Hugh de Troy and Lucy his wife and Master Adam de Sancto Albano ……
Pleas before the same justices a month from Easter day, 30 Edw. I.
CORNWALL. Ilerkye. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of two parts of the manor, as her dower, against Thomas le Ercedekne; who says that Edmund de Alimania, earl of Cornwall, gave the same to Thomas le Ercedekne his grandfather, whose heirs he is &c.: a day is given.
Pleas before the same justices 5 weeks from Easter day, 30 Edw. I.
YORK. Penhale &c. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of a messuage, 11 tofts, 41a. land, 7a. 1r. meadow, a mill and 20s. 6d. rent in Penhale as her dower, against Brother John, bailiff (ministrum) of the house of St. Robert, Knaresburgh; 1/3 of a messuage, and of 1 carucate of land in Suthsuthacre against John de Walkyngham, and 1/3 of a messuage, a toft, 20a. land and 5a. wood in Stanlegh. And the said bailiff John says that the said earl gave the tenements in Panehale, which Richard king of Almaine, his father, had of the gift of Roger de Cressewelle, to his predecessor and the brethren of the house of the Holy Trinity of St. Robert and their successors in frank almoin &c.: a day is given &c. And John de Walkyngham says that the said earl gave the said tenement in Nethersuthacre to Alan son of John de Walkyngham, his father, whose heir he is by his charter; and the messuage and tenement there which John le clerk sometime chamberlain to Sir Henry de Almain formerly held for life; and the messuage and tenement in Suth Stanlay, which were of Henry le Clerk of Walyngford; to hold to the said Alan and his heirs &c.: a day is given.
SUFFOLK. Haghele. The said Margaret seeks a moiety of 1a. land and 6 1/2a. meadow, as her dower, against the abbot of Hayles; who says that the said earl gave the same to him and his successors in frank almoin &c. and offers 2 charters in witness: a day is given &c.
Pleas before the same justices 15 days from the day of St. John the Baptist, 30 Edw. I.
WILTS. Wyntreslowe. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of 20l. rent, as her dower, against John de Benstede [alias de Beaustede]; who says that the said earl gave the same to him and his heirs &c.: a day is given &c.
HERTFORD. Berkhamstede. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of 12 messuages, 200a. land, 30a. meadow, 60a. pasture, 100a. wood, and 5 marks rent, as her dower, against Richard de la Garderobe; who says that he does not hold (anything) of the said earl’s free tenement except a messuage and 1/2 virgate of land in Berkhamstede, which the earl gave to him and his heirs &c.: a day is given &c.
Pleas before the same justices 15 days from the day of St. Michael, 30 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Stoke Talemache. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 of 60s. rent, as her dower, against the abbot of Tame; who calls to warrant the abbot of Rewley by Oxford, who asks (?) why he ought to warrant, and the abbot of Thame shows two charters under the name of the abbot of Rewley ………
Pleas before the same justices on the morrow of All Souls, 30 Edw. I.
BUCKINGHAM. Stoke Puges. The said Margaret seeks 1/3 ……….. against Simon de Poghele; who says ……………..
Memorandum of enquiry concerning the value of the dower which the abovesaid Margery seeks against divers tenants, who call as it were the king himself to warrant by charters of the said Edmund, taken from the (Plea) rolls of 29 to 31 Edw. I. (giving references to the rolls), viz.—those entries above mentioned [with variations there given within square brackets], excepting that of Stoke Talemache, and the following in addition:—
OXFORD. Roulesham, Barton and Ludewelle. 1/3 of a messuage and 3 carucates of land and of 1/4 knight’s fee, and of the advowson of the church of Roulesham (?) against [Walter] de Aylesbury.
Cestreton and Aumb[resdon]. 1/3 of the manors and of the advowsons of the churches, against the rector of Asshergg.
Wareburwe and Shellingford. 1/3 of 40l. [rent], against Roger de Merlawe, dean of the chapel of St. Nicholas, Walingford castle.
BUCKINGHAM. Stoke Pogeys. 1/3 of 60a. land and 1/2a. meadow, against Simon de Poghele.
Pychelesthorne and Edelesbergh. 1/3 of the manors, against the rector of Asshergg.
CORNWALL. Ilerkye. 1/3 of 1/3 of the manor, against Serlo de Nansladron and Amicia his wife,
WILTS. Seeles. 1/3 of a moiety of the manor, against Walter de Aylesbury.
SUFFOLK. Hagele. A moiety of a cottage, 8a. land and 2a. pasture against Hugh de Troye; and a moiety of 21a. land, 1a. pasture, and a sheepfold, against John Iryng.
HERTFORD. Hemelhamstede and Little Gadesteden. 1/3 of the manors.
Berchamstede and Audebury. 1/3 of 11 messuages, 4 virgates of land, 140a. wood, and 8l. 3s. rent.
All against the same rector [of Asshergg ?].
SOMERSET. [Monekesham.] 1/3 of all the lands &c. which Robert Daumari [held], against Richard Daumari.
Writ of certiorari to Ralph de Hengham concerning the names of the tenants against whom Margaret late the wife of Edmund earl of Cornwall seeks by divers writs her dower in divers towns, and who have called the king, as heir of the said earl, to warrant, how much she seeks against each, and the tenor of their charters, requiring him with his council to certify what they think ought to be done and send transcripts of the charters &c. 15 Nov. 30 Edw. I. by council.
Reply of [Ralph de Hengham] concerning the articles contained in the writ with the advice of his associates, concluding that the king cannot clearly answer at present because of the divers opinions of the justices (undated).
Writ to Walter de Aylesbiry and Sir John de Bassingburn to extend the manors of Hemelhampstede and Little Gatesden, and the messuages, lands &c. in Berkhampstede and Audebury, co. Hertford, of which the said Margaret seeks 1/3 in dower against the rector of Assherigge, &c. Skone, 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I. by council.
HERTFORD. Extent made at Berkhamsted on the eve of St. Silvester, 32 Edw. I.
Hemelhamstede. The manor (extent given), and the advowson of the church, held in demesne by the rector of Assherugge, of the gift of the said earl.
Little Gatesden. The manor (extent given), similarly held.
Frithesden. 12 messuages, 80a. land, perquisites &c. of court, fines, tallages &c., similarly held.
Berkhamstede. 120a. wood, similarly held.
Audebery. 8l. rent from the lord of the town, similarly held.
Hamelhamstede. 1/2 knight’s fee in the township is held of the said rector of the tenement of Lucy Lovel.
Flaundene. 1/4 knight’s fee in the hamlet is held of the same rector of the tenement of the late Thomas de Flaunden.
Little Gatesden. 1/2 knight’s fee is held of the same rector of the tenement of Geoffrey de Lucy.
Similar writ to Peter Malore and Richard de Chiselden concerning certain lands in Monekesham, whereof the said Margaret seeks 1/3 against Richard Daumary, and which Robert Daumary, his father, had of the gift of the said earl, and the said earl’s father had of the gift of Walter de Pavely &c. 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I. by council.
SOMERSET. Extent made at Bath on Monday before Christmas day, 32 Edw. I.
Monekesham. A messuage &c. 120a. arable, 31a. meadow, 18a. pasture, common pasture, 3a. wood, 20a. foreign wood in the king’s forest, 9s. rent &c. (extent given), held by Richard Dammary of the said earl, rendering 100s. yearly to the prior and monks of Witham in Selewode, which rent the same earl first gave to them.
Similar writ to William Haward and Thomas son of Eustace, concerning the manor and advowson of Thunnek whereof the said Margaret seeks 1/3 against Edmund son of Richard de Cornubia, and 1/3 of 1/3 against Joan late the wife of the said Richard &c. [23] Oct. 31 Edw. I. by council.
Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Lincoln to provide jurors, 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I.
Mandate from the said William and Thomas to the same sheriff to provide a jury at Kirketon on Saturday the morrow of St. Nicholas; Monday the feast of St. Martin the Confessor, 31 Edw. I.
Jury panel, with the names of 14 marked jur.
LINCOLN. Extent made at Lincoln on Monday after St. Nicholas, 32 Edw. I.
Thonnek. The manor (extent given), to which pertain 4 1/4 knights’ fees, viz.—
Estrasne and Middelrasne. 1 fee.
Nettleton and Cheseby (sic). 1 fee.
Laughton and Norththorp. 1 fee.
Upton. 1/2 fee.
Staynton and Wadinton. 1/2 fee.
Yolthorp. 1/4 fee.
Similar writ to Peter Malorre and Richard de Chyselden concerning 1/3 of a moiety of the manor of Seeles, which the said Margaret seeks as dower against Walter de Aylesbury, and 1/3 of 20l. rent in Wyntereslawe against John de Benstede, &c. 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I.
WILTS. Extent made at Devises on Monday the feast of St. Hilary, 32 Edw. I.
Wyntereslawe. Robert de Clifford and John de Cromewelle and Denise his wife, held the manor in pourparty as of the right of the said Robert and Denise of the said earl by service of 20l. yearly only, which rent the earl gave to John de Benstede as rent seck.
Seeles. The manor (extent given), including a pasture called Brome, a quarry of millstones (molarum fodina), and from every tenant having a pig over a year old 1d. yearly for ‘grashanese,’ and having a pig 1/2 year old 1/2d.; and there are due to the heirs of William de Gouiz 12d. yearly, and to the church of St. Michael, Mere, 6d.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Suffolk, concerning 1/3 of a messuage, land and rent in Bryseworth, which the said Margaret seeks in dower against Hugh de Troye and Lucy his wife, and Master Adam de Sancto Albano; a moiety of a cottage and lands in Hagele, against the same Hugh; a moiety of 21a. land &c. in Haggele against John Iryng; and a moiety of 1a. land and 6 1/2a. meadow in Haggele against the abbot of Hayles &c. 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I.
SUFFOLK. Inq. made at Hawele on Saturday before the feast of St. Hilary, 32 Edw. I.
Briseworth. A messuage, 60a. land, 2a. wood and 10s. rent, held by the abovesaid Hugh, Lucy and Adam.
Hawele. A cottage, 8a. land and 2a. pasture, held by the same Hugh; 21a. land, 1a. pasture and a sheepfold, held by John Iryng; and 1a. land and 6 1/2a. meadow, held by the abbot of Hayles.
Similar writ to Walter de Aylesburi and Walter de Muleswerthe concerning 1/3 of three carucates of land in Evere, which the said Margaret seeks in dower against Geoffrey son of Richard de Cornubia; 1/3 of 60 1/2a. land in Stoke Pugeys, against Simon de Peghole; and 1/3 of the manors of Pychelesthorne and Edelesbergh, against the rector of Assherigge &c. 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I.
Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Buckingham to provide jurors, 23 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
[BUCKINGHAM.] Extent made at Cesham on Tuesday the morrow of the Epiphany, 32 Edw. I.
Evere. A messuage &c. 180a. arable, 24a. meadow, 2a. pasture, 70s. 6d. rent of free tenants, and perquisites of court, held by Geoffrey son of Richard de Cornubia, of the gift of the said earl.
Stoke Pogeys. 60 1/2a. land held by Simon de Pougehele of the gift of the said earl, rendering 5s. 8d. yearly to the chief lords of the fee.
BUCKINGHAM. Extent made at Asrugge on Tuesday the morrow of the Epiphany, 32 Edw. I.
Pichelesthorne. The manors, viz.—a plot of ground where the church of Asherigge and certain houses near are situate, 100a. arable, 20a. pasture, 4 virgates of land in villenage, 16s. rent of free tenants, view of frankpledge &c., and 4a. wood, held by the rector of Asherigge of the gift of the said earl; and 1/8 knight’s fee there held of the said rector by Ralph Naorand by homage.
Edlesbergh alias Edlesborwe. A toft, 80a. arable and 16a. brush, similarly held by the same rector; and 1/8 knight’s fee there held of the said rector by Philip le Boteler by homage.
Similar writ to Walter de Aylesbury and Nicholas de Spershete concerning the manor and advowson of Esthall, whereof the said Margaret seeks 1/3 of two parts against Edmund son of Richard de Cornubia, and 1/3 of the third part against Joan late the wife of the said Richard; 1/3 of the manor of Erdington, of 40 messuages, lands &c. in Wylauston, of 60s. rent in Stoke Talemache, of the site of the abbey of Northoseneye and of lands and rents there, and of 2,000a. wood in Nettlebed and Bensington, against the abbot of Rewley; 1/3 of the manor of Halughton, against Bartholomew de Kancia; 1/3 of a messuage and 3 carucates of land in Roulesham, Barton and Ludewell, of a knight’s fee there and of the advowson of Roulesham, against Walter de Aylesbury; 1/3 of the manors and advowsons of Cestreton and Aumbresden, against the rector of Assherigge; and 1/3 of 40l. rent in Wareburwe and Shellingford, co. Oxford, against Roger de Merlawe, dean of the chapel of St. Nicholas, Walingford Castle &c. 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Extent, Thursday the morrow of the Circumcision, 32 Edw. I.
Erdynton. The manor (extent given) held by the abbot of Rewley by Oxford.
OXFORD. Extent, Thursday the morrow of the Circumcision, 32 Edw. I.
Northoseneye. The site of the manor, containing 18a. land, and 10a. meadow, and 4a. land, 2 1/2a. meadow, and 17s. 1d. rent, outside the said site, views of frankpledge &c., held by the abbot of Rewley by Oxford.
OXFORD. Extent, Thursday the morrow of the Circumcision, 32 Edw. I.
Roulesham. A messuage &c., a preserve, 120a. arable, 10a. meadow, pasture, 10s. rent of free tenants, 7 virgates of land in villenage, views of frank pledge &c. 13s. 4d. aid, and the advowson of the church, held by Walter de Aillesbury of the king for 1/4 knight s fee.
Barthon Ede. 30s. yearly from a free tenant and 16d. from view.
Lodewell. 4d. from view.
OXFORD. Extent, Thursday the morrow of the Circumcision, 32 Edw. I.
Ambresdon alias Aumbresden. The manor (extent given); and the rector of Asserugg is the patron of the church.
Haleuton alias Halueton. The manor (extent given).
OXFORD. Extent, Friday after the Circumcision, 32 Edw. I.
Wylaustone, in the hundred of Pouh(delowe). The manor (extent given) held by the abbot of Rewley.
[OXFORD.] Extent made at Gersyndone on Friday after the Circumcision, 32 Edw. I
Stoke Talemache. 60s. rent which the abbot of Thame now holds of the gift of the abbot of Rewley, excepting 10s. which the abovesaid Margaret recovered as dower against the said abbot of Thame.
Nettlebedd and Bensyngton. The said earl never had but 180a. wood only.
Warborewe alias Warberwe and Shylyngford. 40l. rent which Roger de Merlawe, dean of the chapel of St. Nicholas, Walyngford castle, now holds.
OXFORD. Extent, Friday after the Circumcision, 32 Edw. I.
Ceterton alias Cestreton, in the hundred of Pouh(delowe). The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including several pastures in Schortwode and elsewhere, and the advowson of the church, held by the rector and brethren of Assheregg.
OXFORD. Extent made at Wodestok on Saturday after the Epiphany, 32 Edw. I.
Esthalle. The manor (extent given), whereof Edmund son of Richard de Cornubia holds two parts and Joan late the wife of the same Richard holds the third part.
Similar writ to Gilbert de Knovill and Thomas de la Hyde concerning the manor and advowson of Branel, co. Cornwall, whereof the said Margaret seeks 1/3 against Walter de Cornubia, and the manor of Ilerky, co. Cornwall, whereof she seeks 1/3 of two parts against Thomas le Ercedekene and 1/3 of a third part against Serlo de Nansladron and Amice his wife &c., 23 Oct. 31 Edw. I.
CORNWALL. Extent, Thursday after the Epiphany, 32 Edw. I.
Branel. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, held by Walter de Cornubia.
CORNWALL. Extent made at St. Austel on Thursday after the Epiphany, 32 Edw. I.
Ilerky. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held by Thomas le Ercedekene; a certain part of the manor (extent given) held by Serlo de Lanladran and Amice his wife in dower, but they do not hold a full third part of a third part of the manor because Alice mother of Sir Odo le Ercedekene was dowered of a part of the manor on the day the said Odo died, so that Amice his wife could not have a third part of the manor in dower.
Extent or summary of lands &c. which the said earl gave by his charters to divers men, against whom Margaret late his wife seeks her dower, and they have called the king to warrant as kinsman and heir of the said earl, viz.—the above mentioned manors &c. and knight’s fees and advowsons in cos. Somerset, Lincoln, Suffolk, Wilts, Cornwall, Buckingham, Hertford, Oxford and Gloucester.
C. Edw. I. Files 95 to 97.
E. Enrolments of Inq. &c. No. 8.

Footnotes

  • 1. See Calendar of Fine Rolls, Edw. I, p. 433.
  • 2. Supplied in part from the enrolment.
  • 3. These entries have been struck through with the pen.
  • 4. This inquisition is missing from the’ File of Inq. p. m. but is supplied from the Enrolment.
  • 5. Supplied in part from the Enrolment.
  • 6. Supplied in part from the Enrolment.
  • 7. So given in tbe Calendar printed in 1806, but new illegible.
  • 8. Supplied in part from the Enrolment.
  • 9. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.
  • 10. Supplied in part from the enrolment.
  • 11. So given in the Calendar printed in 1800, but now torn away.
  • 12. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible
  • 13. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now missing.
  • 14. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now torn away (?).
  • 15. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now torn away.
  • 16. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now torn away.
  • 17. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.
  • 18. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.
  • 19. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now illegible.