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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 115

236. HUGH BARDOLF alias BARDULF.
Writ [ (fn. 1) 20 Aug. 32 Edw. I.] (missing).
YORK; WESTRIDING. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Matthew, 32 Edw. I.
Herthill. A capital messuage &c. 46a. arable in demesne, 5a. meadow, and 57s. 1 1/2d. rents of tenants at will (named), held of John de Novo Mercato by homage and service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Thomas his son, aged 21 on the day of St. Francis last, is his next heir.
DERBY. Inq. Friday before St. Matthew, 32 Edw. I.
Okebrok. A capital messuage &c. 12 bovates of land whereof 12a. make a bovate, 50a. land of assart, and 10a. meadow, in demesne, 55s. 3 3/4d. rents of free tenants including lands in Ambaldiston, 7l. 9s. 1 1/2d. rents of bondmen, and 28s. 10 3/4d. rents of cottars (all named), and a park, held of the king in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, pertaining to the barony of Schelford.
He held no other lands &c. in the county.
Heir as above, aged 21 and more.
NOTTINGHAM. Inq. … Sept. 32 Edw. I (defective).
Stoke Bardolf. The manor (full extent given with names of free tenants, customers and cottars), including a ferry over the Trent, but there is no crossing except in the winter, and a fishery with a weir in the Trent, held of the king in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
Heir as first above.
Writ [ (fn. 2) 20 Aug. 32 Edw. I] (missing).
NOTTINGHAM. Inq. Friday before St. Luke, 32 Edw. I.
Schelforde. 10a. meadow, 34 free tenants rendering 40s. 5 1/4d., and one rendering 1lb. cummin and another rendering 6 iron arrow heads or shafts (?) (sex ferros sagitarum sive flecchas), 13 bondmen rendering 4l. yearly, with their works, and a court worth 13s. 4d. yearly, held of the king in chief, with other tenements in divers counties, by service of a moiety of a barony.
Thomas Bardolf, aged 22 and more, is his next heir.
BEDFORD. Inq. 23 Sept. 32 Edw. I.
Houtone by Donesstapele. 60s. 1d. yearly rent from 4 free tenants held of the king in chief as a member of the barony of Gorney, which was of the said Hugh.
Thomas his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. made at Wenge, 22 Sept. 32 Edw. I.
Crofton. A messuage, 80a. arable, 5a. meadow, 11 free tenants rendering 24s. yearly, and 1/2 virgate of land held by a tenant in villenage, held of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, of the heirs of William de Say in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
Bledelowe. 16s. yearly rent from Christiana daughter of Reginald de Hamdene for a water-mill.
Huccote. 6s. yearly rent from Walter le Graunt for certain tenements. All held of the king in chief, as members of the barony of Gorneie.
Wendovere. 18s. 11d. yearly rent from 6 free tenants of tenements which are held of the heirs of William Fenes, service unspecified.
Heir as first above.
HERTFORD. Inq. made at Cestrehunte, 28 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
Watton Stone. A messuage and a carucate of land held of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, who still survives, of the king in chief by serjeanty of finding in the war of Wales a footman with bow and arrows for forty days at his own costs.
Heir as above, aged 22 on the day of St. Francis last; and this the jurors know because he was born at Watton on that day, 10 Edw. I, and each of them was then resident in the neighbourhood of the manor. The inquisition was made at Cestrehunte because the said Thomas was born at Watton Stone, and there were present the prior of Royston (Cruce Rois), the prior of Hertford, the prior of Wilmondele, John de la Legh, sheriff of Hertford, and others, who being examined agreed that the said Thomas is 22 years of age and more.
SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Wordy, 2 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
Grutham. A grange and oxhouse thatched with straw, a garden, 50a. arable, 8a. great wood, 2a. meadow, and 16 free tenants rendering 4l. 0s. 3 1/2d. yearly.
Emnesworth. 16 customers rendering 4 marks yearly.
All held of the king in chief, service unknown; they are the inheritance of Isabel late his wife, and descended to her after the death of Robert Aguilloun her father, as his daughter and heir; which Robert died now 18 years ago, after the said Hugh married her and begat issue of her; and after the said Robert’s death the same were taken into the king’s hand and afterwards restored to the said Isabel as heir.
Heir as last above; which the jurors recollect because he was born at Watton, co. Hertford, in 10 Edw. II, and there was much talk about the matter.
SUSSEX. Inq. made at Lewes, 9 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
Berlyng. The manor (full extent given) held of the king in chief as a member of the said Hugh’s barony of Gorneye.
Bercampe. The manor (full extent given) held of the earl of Warenn by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Heir as above, aged 22.
SUSSEX. Inq. 10 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
Percynge alias Percing. The manor (full extent given) held of the earl of Warenn, of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, daughter and heir of Robert Aguillon, who survives, by service of a knight’s fee; which inheritance, with other lands, descended to them after the death of the said Robert, after marriage solemnized between them.
Plompton. The manor (full extent given) held jointly by the said Hugh and Isabel, by the gift of William Bardolf, father of the said Hugh, to hold to them for life and to the heirs of the said Hugh lawfully begotten, of the earl of Warenn, service unknown.
Heir as last above.
SURREY. Inq. 14 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
Adyngton. The manor (full extent given), including the easement of the grange of Waldyngeham, held of the king in chief of the inheritance of Is[abel] his wife, daughter and heir of Robert Aguillon, who survives, by service of finding a cook at the king’s coronation to make for the king a dish called ‘mees de Geroun’ at the king’s charges in a pot of clay (olla lutea); which inheritance with other lands descended to the said Hugh and Is[abel], after the death of the said Robert, after marriage contracted between them; and (there are due) thence 50d. (yearly) for sheriff’s aid, 5s. to John de Bures, 5s. to the warden of Mertonehall, Oxford, 2s. to Robert Russel, 4d. to the lord of Wykham, 6d. to the prior of St. Mary’s, Suthwerk, and 1lb. cummin, price 1 1/2d., to the prior of Leuesham.
Heir as last above.
KENT. Inq. 2 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
Hoo. Lands &c. worth 100s. yearly, of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, daughter of Robert Agylon, held of the abbot of Redyng, service unspecified.
He held no other tenements in the county.
LINCOLN. Inq. 23 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
Westburg. The manor with the hamlets of Dodington, Stubton, Stokking and Thorp (extents given), including a several pasture called Hogate Wro, carrying (averagium) worth 13s. 4d. by all the customers to (apud) Raueswell towards the east and Hokesworth and Newerk towards the west, to Heygham towards the north and to Graham towards the south, from the feast of Easter (Sancti Pasch) to the feast of St. Michael, held of the king in chief as a member of the said Hugh’s barony of Sheldeford, rendering also 10s. yearly for the aid of the sheriff of Lincoln.
Heir as above, aged 22 and more.
LINCOLN. Inq. 22 Oct. 32 Edw. I (defaced).
Riskinton. The manor with the hamlets of Diggeby, Leuesingham alias Lesingham, Rokesham and Brauncewelle (full extents given), including a several pasture called Redefen and several marshes called Brendefen, Woldale (?) and Amwykfen, held of the king in chief as a member of the said Hugh’s barony of Sheldeford, rendering also 32s. yearly for the aid of the sheriff of Lincoln.
Filingham. A capital messuage, a water-mill, 216a. arable by the greater hundred, 32a. meadow, 15 free tenants holding 15 bovates of land, 21 customers each holding 2 bovates of land, who do 321 works by the greater hundred, 6 cottars rendering 6s. 6d. yearly, 6 cocks and 6 hens, pleas &c. of court worth 6s. 8d., and bondmen’s aid (ausil’) worth 20s. yearly, held of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, by service of a knight’s fee, with two attendances at the court of the fee of ‘la Haye’ at Lincoln at the feasts of St. Michael and Easter.
Heir as last above.
SUFFOLK. Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Matthew, 32 Edw. I.
Bures. The manor (extent given) held of the inheritance of Isabel his wife of the king in chief, by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Heir as above, age unknown because he was not born in Suffolk as the jurors believe.
NORFOLK. Inq. 17 Oct. 32 Edw. I (defaced).
Wirmegeye. The manor (extent given), with lands, rents &c. in Rungeton, Fincham, Stowe and Qwinebergh, viz.—
Rungeton. 32s. 1 1/2d. assised rents of free tenants, 19s. 11d. from customers and cottars holding 218a. land in villenage, works, hens, and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge.
Fincham. A capital messuage, 71a. arable, 1a. meadow, 3a. several pasture, assised rents of 13 free tenants, customers holding 80a. land in villenage, autumn works, and pleas &c. of court.
Stowe and Well. A capital messuage, 240a. arable, 20a. meadow, 5a. wood, a marsh, a fishery at Westwere(?) and Estwere, a windmill, a rent on the eve of Holy Trinity, worth 2s., rents of free tenants, customers and cottars, and rents of hens and 57 sticks of salted eels, works &c. and pleas &c. of court.
Quinebergh. A capital messuage, 140a. arable, 14a. meadow, 8a. several pasture, a wood, 10a. alder, 3 windmills, 60s. rents of 9 free tenants, 12l. 3s. 8d. assised rents of 180 customers and cottars who hold 444(?)a. land in Whinebergh, Jakesham, Gerveston, Reymereston, Thurston, Bergh, Mateshale and Shipedham, 19 geese, 342 hens, 1300 1/2 eggs, works &c. and pleas &c. of court.
All held of the king in chief by barony and paying 7s. every month for the guard (custodiam) of the king’s castle of Norwich, and 6s. 8d. for ‘waytefe’ yearly.
Cauntele. A capital messuage &c., 80a. arable, 10a. meadow, a several pasture, a salt marsh, 6a. of rushes (junccarie), 4a. wood, a wind-mill, assised rents of 21 free tenants and 90 customers and cottars, hens, works &c. and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge.
Castre. A capital messuage, 3a. arable in demesne, 101(?)a. land which are held for 141qr. of barley, 110s. 6d. assised rents of 27 free tenants, 7l. 9s. 11d. assised rents of 81 cottars and customers holding 291a. land in villenage, hens, works &c. and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge.
Strumpeshagh. A capital messuage, 50a. arable, 20s. 9d. assised rent of customers holding 110 1/2(?)a. land in villenage, works &c. and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge.
All held of the king in chief by barony by service of 1 1/2 knight’s fee.
Strumpeshagh. 50a. arable, 4a. meadow, 4 pieces of saltmarsh worth 66s. 8d. yearly, 2a. turbary(?), 3a. wood, a windmill, 4l. assised rents of free tenants in divers towns, 28s. 9d. assised rents of 7 customers holding in villenage, hens, works &c. and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge, held of the bishop of Norwich by service of 5s.
Scrouteby. A messuage &c. 60a. arable, 54s. 1 1/2d. assised rents of free tenants and customers, hens, works, and pleas &c. of court with view of frank pledge, held of the bishop of Norwich by service of 1/8 knight’s fee, of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, who survives.
Heir as above, aged 22 and more.
Extent or summary of the lands &c. which the said Hugh held of the inheritance of Isabel his wife, (defective) viz.—
SUFFOLK. The manor of Bures.
SOUTHAMPTON. Certain tenements in Gretham and Emmesworth.
HERTFORD. Certain tenements in Watton Stone.
SURREY. The manor of Adington.
Extent or summary of the lands &c. held by the said Hugh as abovesaid in cos. Norfolk, Bedford, Nottingham, Buckingham, Sussex and Lincoln, excepting Stoke Bardolf, Crofton, Plompton and Scrouteby, which are not mentioned, and excepting the lands &c. held of the inheritance of his wife.
Schedule indented being a summary of lands &c. with their values, viz.—
SUSSEX. Bercaumpe.
LINCOLN. Ristington and Filingham.
NORFOLK. Strumpesagh and Runggeton.
BEDFORD. Houhton, Wendovere and Sutton (sic).
C. Edw. I. File 115. (1.)
237. THOMAS DEUWY alias DEWY.
Writ, 16 July, 32 Edw. I.
CORNWALL. Inq. made at Tywardraith, 13 Aug. 32 Edw. I.
Trewithenc. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief, as of the manor of Moresk which is of the ancient demesne of the crown, by fealty as in free socage, rendering 4s. yearly at the said manor.
Helleston. A house in the borough held in free burgage, of whom is unknown to the jury.
Marcasiou. A house held of John de la Sale, service unknown.
Truueru. A moiety of two water-mills in the borough held of Sir Thomas de Pridias in free burgage; a house with two shops and a bakehouse held of the said Sir Thomas in free burgage; and a messuage &c. and 12a. arable outside the borough held of the said Sir Thomas by knight’s service.
Boswoer. 1/2a. land Cornish held of Sir Serlo de Lanladron as of his manor of Alet by knight’s service, rendering 1 1/2d. yearly.
Tregellas. 1a. land Cornish held of John de Treiagu by knight’s service.
David his son, aged 15 1/2, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (2.)
238. WILLIAM TRENCHEFIL alias TRENCHEFOYL, BROTHER AND HEIR OF PETER TRENCHEFIL alias TRENCHEFOYL.
Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said William, who says he is of full age and seeks his lands &c. which are in the king’s wardship by reason of the lands &c. of John Comyn, earl of Boughan, which are in the king’s hand, 1 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
DORSET. Proof of age, 16 Nov. 32 Edw. I.
John Justin, aged 60, says that the said William was 22 years old on the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul last, for he was born at Upwymburn on that feast, 10 Edw. I, and baptized on the morrow in the church of All Saints there by William the rector; and this he recollects because he married Eva his wife on the feast of St. Katharine in that year.
William de Brudeport, 60 and more, says the like, and knows it because he did homage to Alexander Comyn, earl of Boughan, at Shepeheved on the feast of the Purification, 10 Edw. I.
Thomas de Potern, 60 and more, agrees, and recollects because on the feast of St. Silvester, 10 Edw. I, he had a daughter Maud (born) who died the same year, and her death was written in the missal of that church for a perpetual memorial.
Philip son of Elias, 60 and more, Walter Mautravers, 60, Hugh Filol, 60 and more, Edward Kaynel, 60, Roger de la Dene, 60, Nicholas Antioch, 50, Roger de Hyneton, 50, John de Aven, 60, and John de Monaster’, 50, say that the said William was 22 at the abovesaid feast, and know it because when John de Metyngham and his companions sat in the eyre at Shyreburn the said William was 6 years of age, and also by frequent access to the house of Peter Trenchefoyl his father.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (3.)
239. JOHN, SON AND HEIR OF RICHARD TEMPEST.
[YORK.] Proof of age made at Skipton in Cravene on Thursday after St. Michael, 32 Edw. I.
William de Marton, aged 60, says that the said John was born at Braycewelle on the day of St. Bartholomew 21 years ago, and was baptized in the baptistery of the church of St. Michael there; and he recollects the day and year because on the day of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross following, a son Patrick was born to himself who was 21 at that feast last.
William de Cestrunt, aged 50, agrees, and recollects because Margery his own mother was married to one John de Ursewyck of Lonesdale on the day of St. Martin next after the said John’s birth, 21 years ago.
John de Kygheley, aged 60, agrees, and recollects because on the day of the Translation of St. Cuthbert following the said birth, there was born to him a daughter Alice, who was 21 at that feast last.
Henry de Aula, aged 40, agrees, and recollects because one Cecily his stepmother was married to William de Aula his father on the day of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist next after the said birth, twenty-one years ago.
Robert Buck, aged 41, agrees, and recollects because he was at school (in scolis) at Clyderhow on the exhibition (ad exhibitionem) of Sir Henry de Kygheley, and on the morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next before the said birth he was so badly beaten there that he left the school, and from the day of that beating it was twenty-one years on the same morrow last past.
Robert Forbraz, aged 50, agrees, and recollects because on the day of St. Michael following the said birth he crossed to France, twenty-one years ago.
Elias de Stretton, aged 70, agrees, and recollects because Anabel his wife died at the feast of St. Martin after the said John’s birth, twenty-one years ago.
Adam son of William de Brochton, aged 65, agrees, and recollects because he was a godfather of the said John and lifted him from the sacred font.
Robert son of Geoffrey de Bradeley, aged 80, agrees, and recollects because he impleaded one Adam Standefast by a writ of right in the court of Skypton, before John de Totenhow, constable of the castle, and recovered seisin of the tenement sought about the feast of St. Martin next after the said John’s birth, twenty-one years ago at the said feast next.
Richard de Bradeley, aged 60, agrees, and recollects because at Christmas next after the said John’s birth, there was born to him a son Henry who will be 21 at that feast next if then living.
William de Brigham, aged 44, agrees, and recollects because at Whitsunday before the said birth he entered the service of Sir William de Paterton, twenty-one years ago at that feast last.
Henry de Marton, aged 40, agrees, and knows it because on the same day there was born to him a son William, who was 21 at the feast of St. Bartholomew last.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (4.)
240. EMMA THE WIFE OF RICHARD FAUVEL, DAUGHTER AND HEIR OF ELIAS DE RILLESTON.
Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Emma on the petition of the said Richard who says she is of full age and seeks the lands &c. of the said Elias, who held of the king in chief as of the honour of Albemarle, 28 Jan. 32 Edw. I.
[YORK.] Proof of age made at Skipton in Craven on Wednesday the eve of St. Gregory the Pope, 32 Edw. I.
John de Kigheleye, aged 50, says that the said Emma was born at Flasceby on Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra last, fifteen years ago, and was baptized in the baptistery of the church of St. Andrew, Geyregrave; and this he recollects because at the feast of St. Martin before, he took a certain land of Henry de Cestreunde for a term of years, whereof at the feast of St. Martin last fifteen years had elapsed, as the chirograph testifies.
Henry de Aula, aged 43, says the like, and recollects it because at Easter after the said Emma’s birth he was dwelling in the service of Sir Ingram de Gynes, fifteen years ago at the said feast next.
Elias de Stretton, aged 60, says the like, and recollects because Anabel his wife died twelve years ago at Christmas last, and on Sunday before the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra following the said Emma was 3 years of age; and he was in the inquisition made by the escheator after the death of the said Elias de Rilleston.
Adam son of William de Broyghton, aged 54, says the like, and recollects because at Whitsunday after the said birth he demised a bovate of land in Stock to one Richard de Stock for a term of fifteen years, which will have elapsed at Whitsunday next.
Richard de Fauvelthorp, aged 41, says the like, and recollects because twelve years ago at the feast of St. Martin last, he demised all his land in Broyghton to one Hugh de Halton for twelve years, which elapsed at that feast last, and the said Emma on Sunday before the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra next after the said demise was 3 years of age, which he recollects because he had a son Robert of the same age.
Robert Buck, aged 38, says the like, and recollects because Adam Buck his father died twelve years ago at the feast of the Ascension next; the said Emma was then 3 years old, and he was in the church on the day she was baptized.
Robert son of Geoffrey, aged 64, says the like, and recollects because at the feast of the Purification last fifteen years ago he enfeoffed Richard his son of 17a. land and meadow in Esteby, and the said Emma was born on the abovesaid Sunday following.
Thomas Revel, aged 50, says the like, and recollects because at Christmas last fifteen years ago he married Eve his wife, and on the abovesaid Sunday following the said Emma was born.
William de Brigham, aged 44, says the like, and recollects because at the feast of the Epiphany fifteen years ago he affianced Agnes his wife, and on the abovesaid Sunday following the said Emma was born.
Thomas del Twhaytes, aged 43, says the like, and recollects because Robert Forbraz his nephew fifteen years ago at the feast of St. Michael last married Joan his wife, and on the abovesaid Sunday following the said Emma was born.
Adam Thorbrand, aged 53, says the like, and recollects because at Easter next after the said Emma’s birth Anabel his wife bore him a son William, who at Easter next will be 15 years of age.
Richard son of Hugh, aged 39, says the like, and recollects because fifteen years ago on Saturday after the Purification last, Henry his brother died, and on the abovesaid Sunday following the said Emma was born.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (5.)
241. ROGER SON OF HENRY DE BELTOFT.
Writ, Dumfermelyn, 26 Jan. 32 Edw. I.
LINCOLN. Inq. made at Eppeworthe, 11 July, 32 Edw. I.
Belton. A capital messuage, 6a. arable, 1 1/2a. meadow, and 5 free tenants who render 4 1/2d. yearly, held of the heir of Roger de Moubray, a minor and in the king’s wardship, by service of 1/15 knight’s fee, suit at the said heir’s court at Eppeworthe every three weeks, and rendering 6d. to him yearly, and 15 1/2d. to sheriff’s aid.
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick.
William his son, aged 4, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (6.)
242. JOHN LE BRUN, of Tadyncton.
Writ, 22 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
HEREFORD. Inq. taken at Hereford on Monday after St. Luke, 33 Edw. I.
Tadyncton. A garden, dovecot, 60a. land, 10a. meadow, and 3 free tenants and 3 customers (named).
Bolynghope. 45a. land and 7 free tenants (named).
Cleyhangre. 15 free tenants rendering 11s. 6 1/4d. yearly.
All held of the king in chief by service of 1/6 and 1/12 knight’s fee.
He held no other lands &c.
John his son, aged 22 and more, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (7.)
243. ROBERT DE LA BERWE.
Writ, 3 Nov. 32 Edw. I.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. taken at Gloucester, 14 Dec. 33 Edw. I.
La Berwe within the manor of Erlingham. Two parts of a messuage and of a carucate of land held of the heir of William de Berkeleye, a minor and in the king’s wardship, by service of placing the first dish before him on Christmas day, rendering to him 7 1/2d. yearly as Peter’s pence at Durseleye, and doing suit at his court there every three weeks; and there are there a capital messuage &c. 50a. arable, 4a. meadow, 2a. and two parts of 1a. wood of oak saplings (?) (bletronibus quercuum), and 7 free tenants (named including the abbot of Flixleye) rendering 23s. 5 1/2d. yearly.
Erlingham. 1a. land held of the heir of Robert de Berkeleye, who is in the wardship of Thomas de Berkeleye, by service of 1/2d. yearly; and 2a. land held of John de Cymudeshal.
And he held through Joan his wife a messuage &c. 37a. land, 3a. meadow, and 2a. wood, which, before she was espoused to the said Robert, she obtained (perpetravit) from John de la Berwe his father for her life, rendering to him and his heirs 1d. yearly; and there are there 6 free tenants (named).
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick.
John atte Berwe his brother, aged 11 at Christmas day last, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (8.)
244. RICHARD DE ASHEBY alias DE ASSHEBY.
Writ, 15 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
LEICESTER. Inq. Friday before St. Nicholas, 33 Edw. I.
Barnesby. 3a. land and 6s. 8d. rent from 5 free tenants, together with a third part of the lordship of the whole township, held of John de la Sale, rendering 2d. yearly.
Suth Croxton. A messuage with a moiety of a thorn thicket, 192a. arable, and 4 free tenants rendering 50s. rent, held of Thomas son of Thomas de Lincoln by knight’s service, and rendering 100s. rent sec yearly to the prioress of St. Michael’s outside Staunford; a messuage and 60a. arable held of the said Thomas by knight’s service, which service the said Thomas granted to Roger de Wylughby of Leicester by a fine made in the king’s court; a toft with 48a. land held of John Touk’ by service of 1lb. pepper; and the other moiety of the thorn thicket held of Ingelram de Benton by service of a peppercorn.
Queneby. A messuage, 10 1/2 virgates of land, and 5s. 6d. and 1/3lb. pepper rent from 3 free tenants, held jointly with Alice his wife of Thomas son of Thomas de Lincoln by knight’s service, which service the said Thomas granted by a fine made in the king’s court to Roger de Wylughby.
Babegrave. A toft and 3a. land held of the master of the hospital of Burton Lazars (Scancti Lazari) by service of 15d.; 5 1/2r. land held of Master William de Boys by service of a rose; and 5a. land held of William Burdet by service of a rose.
Howes. 8s. rent from 2 free tenants held of Roger de Howes by service of 6d. yearly.
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick.
John his son, aged 17 on the morrow of Ash Wednesday (scinerum) next, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (9.)
245. WILLIAM BASSET.
Writ, 18 Nov. 32 Edw. I.
CORNWALL. Inq. taken at Cambron, 20 Dec. 33 Edw. I.
Tihidi. The manor (extent given), including 10a. land called ‘la Launda,’ held of the king in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
Trevalga. The hamlet (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 1/3 knight’s fee.
William his son, aged 5, is his next heir.
DEVON. Inq. taken at Exeter, 15 Dec. 33 Edw. I.
Whitechapel (alba Capella). The hamlet (extent given) held of the heirs of Hugh Peverel, as of the manor of Taleton, by knight’s service; and 4l. rent from John Hereward [of Ernescoumbe] a freeman, held of Geoffrey de Caumvile, as of the honour of Toriton, by knight’s service.
Heir as above, aged 4 years.
SUSSEX. Inq. made at Weston, 26 Jan. 33 Edw. I.
Bebyton. A moiety of the manor (extent given) held of William de Monteforti by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, rendering yearly to John Torel 20s. for the manor of Nymelond, co. Devon, which (sometime) was the said William’s, and to the said John yearly for the manors of Tyhidy and Trevalewe, co. Cornwall, 8l., by a fine levied in the king’s court.
Heir as above, aged 4 on the feast of St. Michael last.
If the issues of the aforesaid lands &c. shall not reach the said rent of 8l. it shall be lawful for the said John Torel to distrain the manor of Ippesden, co. Oxford, which Hawis mother of the said William holds in dower, as well as the moiety of Bebyton.
Extent or summary of the above manors, lands &c.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 26 Jan. 33 Edw. I.
CORNWALL. Inq. made at Launceveton, 24 Jan. 34 Edw. I.
Cambron. The advowson of the church.
St. Ilogan. The advowson of the church.
Rudruth. The advowson of the church of St. Uny (Ewnini).
All held of the king in chief. He had no knight’s fees in the county.
Petition to the king and council by Roger de Englefeld, complaining that whereas William, son of Sir Laurence Bassett, held of him the manor of Tyhidi, co. Cornwall, by service of two parts of a knight’s fee, as may be seen by a fine levied in 25 Hen. III, between William de Englefeld his ancestor, whose heir he is, and Alan Basset grandfather of William Basset, whose heir he is, the king’s escheator has seized the manor into the king’s hand by reason of wardship by the nonage of William Basset, whereas the wardship of that manor pertains to the said Roger; and praying that the fine may be viewed and right done. (French, undated.)
Endorsed: Let the escheator be commanded to enquire if the earl of Cornwall had the wardship of William Basset &c.; and let the treasurer &c. of the exchequer be commanded to search the earl’s muniments whether anything was done after the said fine whereby the wardship ought to belong to the king &c. and let justice be done.
Transcript of fine made in the king’s court at Oxford a month from Easter, 25 Hen. III, between William de Englefeld and Alan Basset concerning a moiety of a knight’s fee in Shiplake, whereby the said Alan acknowledged the same to be the right of the said William of his gift, to hold to him and his heirs of the said Alan and his heirs for ever, rendering a pair of white gloves or 1d. yearly at Ippesden, and doing the services due to the chief lords. And the said William granted to the said Alan all his land in Tyhydy and all his other lands &c. in Cornwall of the inheritance of Geoffrey de Dunstanvill his kinsman, to hold to the said Alan and his heirs of the said William and his heirs for ever, doing two parts of the service of one knight’s fee, together with the reversion of all the lands &c. which [Isabel?] the wife of Alan de Dunstanvill held in dower in the same county of his gift, to hold by the service aforesaid; and he granted that he and his heirs should render to the said Alan Basset &c. 100s. yearly at Ippesden for the life of the said Isabel, and after her death be quit thereof; and he gave to the said Alan thirty marks.
Writ of Privy Seal to the escheator to enquire whether the wardship of certain lands held by William Basset in Cornwall pertains to the king by reason of the nonage of his heir or not, their value, the age of the heir, and whether the king may give the wardship to whom he pleases, or not, &c. 14 Feb. 33 Edw. I. (French.)
CORNWALL. Inq. taken at Tihidy by writ from the king’s wardrobe, 3 March, 33 Edw. I.
Tihidy. The manor (extent given) held as abovesaid.
Cambron, St. Ilogan, and St. Uny, Rudruth. The advowsons of the churches.
Trevalga. The hamlet (extent given) held as abovesaid.
Heir as abovesaid, aged 5 years.
Alice late the wife of the said William is dowered wholly of the hamlet of Trevalga in the king’s court.
The king can give the wardship to whom he wills.
DEVON. Inq. taken at Exeter by writ from the king’s wardrobe, 10 March, 33 Edw. I.
Whitechapel. The hamlet (extent given) held as above.
Heir as last above.
Alice late the wife of the said William is dowered wholly of this hamlet.
SUSSEX. Inq. made at Cicestre, 21 Feb. 33 Edw. I.
Bebeton. A moiety of the town (extent given) held of Sir William de Mountfort by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, and rendering 9l. yearly to John Torel for other lands which he had in Cornwall and Devon.
Alice late wife of the said William is dowered of a third part thereof.
Heir as last above; but whether the wardship pertains to the king, and he can give it to whom he pleases, or not, the jurors cannot say, for the said William held other lands in Cornwall and Devon, tenure unknown.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (10.)
246. ROGER DE BURGHHULLE.
Writ, 15 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
HEREFORD. Inq. made at Hereford on Thursday before Palm Sunday, 33 Edw. I. (defaced).
Tullynton. The manor (extent given), including a wood called ‘le Vlose,’ held of John son of Reginald by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, doing homage, fealty, wardship and marriage only; …… 1/2 hide of land (held) of John Tranele(?) by service of 8s. yearly… 3 free tenants for life, whereof one holds a messuage and 2 carucates of land by a rent of a clove gillyflower, and the others hold 13l. yearly rent and render two clove gillyflowers.
Burghulle. A carucate of land containing 100a. arable, 12a. meadow, and a wood called Badenegge, held of Humphrey de Boun, earl of Hereford and Essex, by service of two parts of a knight’s fee; a pasture held of Roger de Chandos by service of 12d.; a parcel of wood held of Elizabeth de Camages by service of a rose yearly; and messuages, lands &c. (extent given) held by certain tenants for life, free tenants, customers and cottars.
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick.
Roger, son of Roger his son, aged 2 at the feast of St. Frideswide last, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (11.)
247. BRIAN DE BROUMPTON alias DE BROMPTON.
Writ to the escheator to extend the lands &c. of the said Brian, deceased, which are taken into the king’s hand, 10 Oct. 32 Edw. I. To be returned before the barons of the exchequer.
HEREFORD. Inq. Monday after St. Nicholas, 33 Edw. I.
Ayston. 100a. arable, 10a. meadow, a pasture, 27 free tenants rendering 7l. 12s. 10d. rent, 11 customers rendering 4l. 17s. 7d. rent, and 40d. pleas &c. of court.
SALOP. Extent Saturday after St. Andrew, 33 Edw. I.
Kynlet. A messuage &c. a water-mill, 2 carucates of land containing 120a. arable, 1 carucate of land newly enclosed from the waste by Walter Hakelut, 4a. meadow, a several pasture, a park containing 100a., 57s. 10d. rents from free tenants (named), 12 horse shoes rent, price 6d., for an assart, 7l. 19s. 10d. rent from bondmen, 23s. 5d. from cottars, and 2s. pleas &c. of court.
SALOP [and HEREFORD]. Extent. Thursday after the feast of St. Andrew, 33 Edw. I. (much defaced).
Brompton. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), and there ought to be paid 13s. 4d. yearly from the said manor at the castle of Wiggemore.
Bocton. 80a. land, 4a. meadow, a water-mill, 33s. 9d. rent of a freeman (named), a park, pleas &c.
Weston, a member of Brompton. 5s. 8d. rent.
Stowe, a member of Brompton. A water-mill and rents of certain Welshmen.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (12.)
248. THOMAS DE BELHUS.
Writ of plenius certiorari, because by an inquisition lately made the king understands that the said Thomas held the manor of Barkeston, co. Leicester, of William de Ros by homage and foreign service, which manor with the other lands &c. of the said Thomas were taken into the king’s hand, and now on behalf of Maud, late the wife of the said Thomas, it is shown that Richard de Belhus, father of the said Thomas, gave the manor to the same Thomas and Maud in free marriage, 17 Oct. 32 Edw. I.
LEICESTER. Inq. made at Barkeston in the hundred of Framelond on Wednesday after St. Andrew, 33 Edw. I.
Barkeston. The said Richard gave the manor to the said Thomas and Maud in free marriage, to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, ten years ago, and the said Maud peacefully continued her seisin with her husband until his death.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (13.)
249. JOAN LATE THE WIFE OF RICHARD DE DOVER.
Writ of certiorari to the escheator on the petition of John earl of Athol (Dasceles) in Scotland, whom the king has admitted to his peace, to enquire whether the said Joan held the manor of [Lesnes] in dower of the inheritance of Isabel [sometime sister of the said Richard], or not, and if so who is the said Isabel’s heir &c. …… 32 Edw. I. (fragment).
KENT. Inq. made at Grenewich, 7 … 33 Edw. I. (fragment).
Lesnes. The said Joan held the manor of the inheritance of the said Isabel; which (manor is held) (?) of the king in chief as member of the barony of Cheleham, now in the hand of Alexander de Ba(liolo) …… England, who married the said Isabel.
John, earl of Athol in Scotland, son of the said Isabel, aged 21 and more, is next heir of the said Isabel.
C. Edw. I. File 115. (14.)

Footnotes

  • 1. See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 497.
  • 2. See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 514.