Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 120

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 120

323. ROBERT DE SCALES.
Writ, 4 Sept. 33 Edw. I. Endorsed: Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridge Hertford.
NORFOLK. Inq. 30 Sept. 33 Edw. I.
Middelton. A capital messuage, a windmill, a water-mill, 260a. arable, 69a. meadow, 10a. pasture with rushes, 5a. wood, 1a. turbary, 4l. rents, fowls, works and pleas &c. of court.
Ilsyngton. A capital messuage, 90a. arable, 5a. meadow, 40a. several pasture, 66s. rents, fowls, 4 bus. salt, works, and pleas &c. of court.
Howe. A capital messuage, 400a. arable, 7a. meadow, 15a. several pasture, and 45s. rent from free tenants.
Reynham. A capital messuage, 120a. arable, 14a. meadow, 16a. several pasture, a water-mill, 104s. 5d. rent, fowls, works &c. and pleas &c. of court.
All held of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee and two parts of a fee, rendering 45s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover, and doing suit at the court of Haule every month.
Berton Benediche. A capital messuage, 200a. arable, 20a. meadow, 4l. 6s. rents, fowls, 3 qr. of malt, works, and pleas &c. of court, held of the earl of Gloucester by service of a knight’s fee.
Wylton. A capital messuage, 100a. arable, 6a. meadow, a fishery with turbary, 40s. rent, and works, and certain lands &c. in Fuldon, held by Edmund de Inggolfuesthorp at fee farm rendering 106s. 8d.; held of Michael de Ponyngges by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Islyngton. 80a. arable held of Thomas de Hauvile by service of 9s. 6d. rent; 5a. land held of Thomas de [In]ggellesthorp by ….. rent yearly; and 5a. land held of William de Fenne …… rent yearly.
Middelton. [ (fn. 1) 28a.] 3r. arable, 5a. meadow,, ….., 10s. yearly rent, hens and works, held jointly with Isabel his wife, enfeoffed by Richard Waylaund and Joan his wife by fine levied in [the king’s] court, of Robert de Monte Alto by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Robert his son, aged 26 and more, is his next heir.
SUFFOLK. Inq. (undated).
Weidone. A carucate of land, 31s. 6d. rent, fowls, pasture, meadow and wood, held of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee.
Wrydlington. A carucate of land, held of William de Wychington by 1/2 knight’s fee, and 10l. rent.
He held no other lands in the county.
Heir as above, aged 25 and more.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (1.)
324. ELIAS DE ALBINIACO.
Writ, 8 April, 33 Edw. I.
SOMERSET. Inq. 24 April, 33 Edw. I (defaced).
Suthperton. The manor with the underwritten hamlets (full extent given with names of free and customary tenants), held of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee, including:—
Racchich. 200a. high wood in the king’s forest.
Est Stratton. A messuage and a virgate of land, held by William de Wiggebere, rendering 8s. yearly.
Litel Lopene, Drayton and Suthperton. A messuage and a carucate of land in Litel Lopene, a messuage and a virgate of land at Drayton, and a messuage and three ferlings of land in Suthperton, held by Robert de Abindon and Maud his wife, of the acquisition of the said Maud, rendering 40s. yearly.
Hassokmore. A messuage and two virgates of land, held by William Weylond and Elizabeth his wife, of the inheritance of the said Elizabeth.
Little Stratton, More, Sutthampton and ‘la Worth.’ Two parts of a messuage and of a virgate of land at Little Stratton, two parts of a messuage and of a virgate(?) of land at More, two parts of a messuage and of half a virgate of land at Sutthampton, and two parts of a ferling of land upon ‘la Worth,’ held by Hugh Hudde and Alice his wife, rendering …….
Also cartage by customary tenants from Clayhull to Suthperton or Barnton, a market and two parts of the foreign hundred.
Barington. The hamlet (full extent given with names of tenants).
Cheleton. The hamlet (extent given with names of tenants), including a tenement in Chubbeleye held by John Wake rendering 6s. yearly.
Bruges(?). The hamlet (extent given), including certain willow-beds (salseta?) there and at Yllemor, worth 18d. yearly.
Ralph his son, born on 3 March last, is his next heir.
SOMERSET. Inq. made at Somerton, 26 April, 33 Edw. I (defective).
Kynemeresdon. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) held of the king in chief by service of 1/2 and 1/4 knight’s fee, including:—
Asshwyk. The hamlet held by John de Holte rendering 1d. yearly.
Murifelde. The hamlet held by Geoffrey Samuel rendering 1d. yearly.
Holecoumbe. The hamlet held by Simon Tornay rendering 12d. yearly.
And there are due to the church of Kynemeresdon …. yearly for ‘Petrespani.’
Ralph his son ……. (is his next heir).
Extent or summary of the above manors and lands.
LINCOLN. Inq. 20 (visimo) April, 33 Edw. I.
Suth Engleby. A manor with certain lands &c. pertaining thereto in the hamlets of Saxeby, Broxholm, North Engleby and Torqeseye, (extent given), held jointly with Joan his wife of William de Ros in chief, as of the barony of Belvoir (Belvero) as in free socage, by service of 13s. 4d.; which lands &c. they had of the gift &c. of Walter Thurgar, chaplain, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Elias, by a fine made in the king’s court.
North Engleby. 12a. of the aforesaid demesne lands held jointly as above of Thomas de Multon in chief by service of 10s.
Ralph, son of the said Elias and Joan, aged 7 weeks, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (2.)
325. RALPH PYROT alias PIROT.
Writ to the escheator to proceed at once with the inquisition he was lately commanded to make, whether the said Ralph being of sound mind granted to Simon his son for life the manors of Sauston and Lyndesle, as the said Simon asserts, or not &c., 26 May, 33 Edw. I.
CAMBRIDGE. Inq. Wednesday before St. Margaret, 33 Edw. I.
Saustone. The said Ralph ten days and more before his death, being sound in will and memory (in bona voluntate et memoria), gave the manor to his son Simon, who peacefully continued his seisin for fifteen days and more until the escheator took the manor into the king’s hand: it is held of the king in chief for two knight’s fees, doing however the service of one knight in war.
Ralph, son of Ralph son of Ralph deceased, aged 13 and more, is his next heir.
ESSEX. Inq. Friday before Whitsunday, 33 Edw. I.
Lindesele. The said Ralph a fortnight before his death, being of sound mind and memory, granted the manor to Simon his son and enfeoffed him by his charter, who was in peacefull seisin until the escheator took the manor into the king’s hands after the said Ralph’s death: the manor (extent given) is held of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee.
Heir as above, aged 14.
Endorsed: Let it be done by a fine of 20l. and the trespass pardoned and let the fine be enrolled in the chancery.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (3.)
326. PETER SON AND HEIR OF JOHN CHAMPENEIS alias CHAUMPENEYS.
Writ of privy seal to the escheator to enquire whether the said Peter is an idiot, as is said, and whether the king can give the wardship of the lands which ought to descend to him in Soterton to whom he pleases &c. or not, 7 July, 33 Edw. I. (French.)
LINCOLN. Inq. made at Kirketon, 5 Oct. 33 Edw. I.
The said Peter is not an idiot, so that the king cannot give the wardship of him or his lands to anyone to his prejudice. He holds in Soterton a capital messuage &c. of the abbot of Croyland by service of 2s. 2d. yearly, 10a. arable of Thomas de Multon by service of 2s. 4d. yearly, and suit at his court every three weeks, and 5 1/2a. meadow; 2 1/2a. arable of Stephen de Wigtoft by service of 3d. and suit at his court of Wigtoft; 15a. arable of the earl of Richmond by service of 2s. 8d. yearly; 36 1/2a. arable, tenure unknown; 7a. meadow in manner aforesaid; 2s. yearly rent; 6 1/2a. several pasture in manner aforesaid; and 6 1/2a. marsh.
Endorsed: On examination before the council it was found that he is not an idiot, wherefore let the escheator be commanded to restore him his land &c.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (4.)
327. HUGH SON OF HENRY.
Writ of certiorari to the escheator to certify the cause of taking the manor of Eyrton in Cravene into the king’s hand, and to cause the same to be extended, 3 June, 33 Edw. I.
[YORK.] Extent, Thursday after St. James the Apostle, 33 Edw. I.
Ayrton in Craven. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 3 carucates of land in Calton held by Richard de Plumlond by homage, foreign service, wardship and relief, and 2 1/2 carucates of land in Elclack held by William de Marton rendering a pair of gloves yearly, and doing homage &c. as above. The manor was taken into the king’s hand because the said Hugh held it of the king in chief as of the honour of the castle of Skipton by knight’s service and doing suit at the court of Skipton every three weeks; which Hugh died in the first week of Lent, 33 Edw. I, whereupon the escheator found that Henry his son and heir without doing homage or fealty to the king or any warrant of the escheatry entered upon the manor, wherefore he took the same into the king’s hand.
John son of Henry, the said Hugh’s brother, has for life from the same manor 9 marks of the gift of the said Hugh for his land in Fremyngton which he gave to the said Hugh.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (5.)
328. JOHN, SON AND HEIR OF ROBERT DE STALLINGE.
Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, 22 July, 33 Edw. I.
GLOUCESTER. Proof of age made at Gloucester on Monday the morrow of the Assumption, 33 Edw. I.
William Damysele, aged 45, says that the said John was 21 on St. Leonard’s day last, for he was born on that day, 11 Edw. I, at Stallinge, and on the same day baptized in the church of Newent; and this he knows because on that day he was present at a feast made by Robert de Ledene, when it was announced that Maud the wife of Robert de Stallinge had borne the said John.
John de Acle, aged 60, says the like, and knows it because he has a son Thomas of the same age and in their youth they were companions (mutuam habuerunt inter se societatem).
Nicholas de Stortesden, aged 55, says the like, and knows it because he was present at the aforesaid feast and there heard of the heir’s birth.
Ivel de Hertelonde, aged 61, agrees, and knows it because he has a daughter Denise of the same age.
John de Carswell, aged 42, agrees, and knows it because at the time of the said heir’s birth he had a great friendship (specialitatem) with Robert the father.
John Crok, aged 45, agrees, and knows it because at that time he had a friendship with the same Robert.
William de la Haye, aged 48, agrees, and knows it because on the day that the said Maud purified herself the said Robert made a feast to all his neighbours, but did not invite him, at which he was angry.
Roger le Mareschal of Newent, aged 43, agrees, and knows it because at that time he had a friendship with the said Robert.
Robert de Compton, aged 40, Peter de Acle, aged 52(?), John son of William de Acle, aged 53, and John Bacon, aged 40, say the like, and know it because they were present at the feast on the day the said Maud purified herself.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (6.)
329. JOAN THE WIFE OF HUGH DE HEPHAM, DAUGHTER AND HEIR OF JOHN DE WAUTON.
Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said Joan, who is in the wardship of W. bishop of Coventry &c. by the demise of Queen Margaret, 23 May, 3 Edw. I.
NORFOLK. Proof of age taken at Swafham, 21 Jan, 34 Edw. I.
Geoffrey le Lord of Pykenham Wade, aged 60, says that the said Joan was born at Pykenham Wade and baptized in the church there on the day before the eve (supervigilia) of St. Bartholomew, 18 Edw. I; and this he knows because he had a daughter Margery born on the feast of All Saints before the said day, who at the said feast last past was 16, but he knows not on what day of the week happened the day aforesaid.
John Porter of the same, aged 50, says the same, and knows it because he had a son John born at the same time.
Richard son of Roger of the same, aged 44, says the same, and knows it because one Gervase then rector of the church of Pykenham Wade, who was dwelling in co. Richem(ond) came to Pykenham Wade to live there at the feast of All Saints next after the said birth and made a great feast to all his parishioners and other good men of the country, 15 years ago on the said feast last part.
Henry le Throwere of the same, aged 60 and more, says the same, and knows it because three weeks after the said birth he had a daughter Margery born 15 years ago and more.
John le Parmonter of the same, aged 48, says the same, and knows it because one Amisius, son of the son (?) (filfil’) of John de Pikenham his next neighbour, died at Christmas after the said birth, 15 years ago last Christmas.
Walter brother of the parson of the same, aged 62, says the same, and knows it because he was at her baptism and immediately after went to the north country to announce to the lady of Middelham and Lady Joan de Tateshale that the said Joan was born and named with Lady Joan’s name.
Ralph Frankeleyn of the same, aged 40 and more, says the same, and knows it because in the same year Simon Frankeleyn of Pikenham Wade brought a writ against him for a messuage and 24a. land in North Pykenham.
Geoffrey le Palmer of Houtone by Pykenham Wade, aged 60 and more, says the same and knows it because in the same year he kept and collected the tithe sheaves (decimas garbas) of the prior of Wymondham in Pykenham Wade and whilst he was collecting the tithe on a culture called Apetone Wong on the said day he heard tell that the said Joan’s mother had borne a daughter, 15 years ago last autumn.
William de Estgate of Swafham by Pykenham Wade, aged 41, says the same, and knows it because on the day of the Assumption 18 (Edw. I), he had a daughter Olive born, and baptized in the church of Swafham, who died the same day.
Walter de Witsond of the same, aged 45, says the same, and knows it because he was at the rector’s feast aforesaid, 15 years ago, and the said Joan was born on the day before the eve of St. Bartholomew before.
John Attesloth of the same, aged 40 and more, says the same, and knows it because on the day of Holy Trinity, 17 (Edw. I), he married one Joan de Castelacre who bore a daughter Sarra in the same year as the said Joan was born.
John de Lexham of the same, aged 42, says the same, and knows it because at the feast of St. Michael, 18 (Edw. I), he came to Swafham to to live there and married Isabel le Longe and then heard that Margaret the said Joan’s mother had borne her on the day before the eve of St. Bartholomew before the said feast.
The bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, though warned, came not nor sent anyone for him.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (7.)
330. WILLIAM DE LATHOMER, the elder.
Writ (missing).
KENT. Inq. 30 Jan. 33(?) Edw. I (defaced).
Asshe. The manor (?) (extent given) held of Roger le Straunge by service of 1/4 knight’s fee and rendering 24s. yearly.
William his son, aged 26, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (8.)
331. ISABEL LATE THE WIFE OF ADAM DE MONTE ALTO alias DE MOHAUT.
Writ, 1 Nov. 33 Edw. I.
KENT. Inq. made at St. Mary Creye, 8 Feb. 34 Edw. I.
Hokyndenn. 13a. land held of the king in chief by service of 13d. yearly at the exchequer by her own hands; a messuage and 42a. arable held in gavelkind of the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, by service of rendering 17s. 5 1/2d. yearly and suit of court every three weeks; 10a. arable held in gavelkind of Robert de Stanegrave by service of rendering 6s. 3d. yearly; 10a. arable held in gavelkind of Richard de Rokeslye by service of rendering 2s. 10d. yearly; 12a. arable and 80a. heath held in gavelkind of the master of the hospital of Sutton by service of rendering 2s. 11d. yearly and suit of court every three weeks; 68a. arable and 12a. heath held in gavelkind of the master of God’s House, Strode, by service of rendering 40s. yearly; and 22a. land and 53s. 4d. rent held in gavelkind of William de Graunsoun by service of rendering 18s. 10d. yearly.
Her sons John and Peter Daubeny, aged 14 and 7 years respectively, are her next heirs of the tenements held in gavelkind which are divisible by the custom of the country; but John alone is heir of the tenement held of the king.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (9.)
332. WILLIAM DE HALE.
Writ, 20 Dec. 33 Edw. I.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. 12 Jan. 33 Edw. I.
Hale. A capital messuage &c., 40a. arable, 3a. meadow, 9s. rent from 3 tenants (named), and pleas &c. of court, acquired jointly with Joan his wife of the gift of John de Holt, the younger, to hold to them and the heirs of the said William, of the king in chief by service of 9s. yearly at the exchequer by the hands of the sheriff.
He held no other lands &c. this side Trent.
Robert his son, aged 12, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (10.)
333. JOHN DE CARLETON.
Writ, 1 May, 33 Edw. I.
[YORK.] Inq. taken at Wyueton, 20 Sept. 34 Edw. I.
Garton in Holdernesse. Two bovates of land and a plot of several meadow, held of the king in chief, of the honour of Albemarle, by knight’s service, where 48 carucates make a knight’s fee; and he died seised of the homage and foreign service of Peter de Nutle for 4 tofts and 5 bovates and three parts of a bovate.
Aldeburgh. The advowson of the chapel of Holy Trinity, held of the abbot of Seleby.
Carleton in Holdernesse. Four bovates of land held in chief of John de Ruda by knight’s service; a capital messuage and 4 bovates of land, held of Walter de Whitik by knight’s service; and 4 bovates of land held in chief of William de Wythornwik by free service of 6d. yearly.
He died on 23 Dec. 33 Edw. I. Avice the wife of Richard de Hothum, daughter of John his son, aged 25 about the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 34 Edw. I, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (11.)
334. JOHN SON OF HUGH.
Writ, 27 Sept. 33 Edw. I.
YORK. Inq. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 34 Edw. I.
Ingleton. The manor (extent given), including assarts called Skirowth and Souterschales, 3 1/2 bovates of land, 4 tofts, 2 assarts, and a water-mill in the hamlet of Bentham; and the following free tenants, held to him and the heirs of his body of Hugh son of Henry and his heirs by service of rendering 10l. yearly, of the gift of the said Hugh, and by doing for them to the lord of Burton in Lonesdale, chief lord of that fee, 22s. yearly for a rent (firma) called Burton Male, and 17s. wapentake fine yearly, and doing to the same lord the foreign service pertaining to 6 carucates of land, where 17 carucates make a knight’s fee; which Hugh, before the said gift, held the manor, together with other tenements, of the said lord of Burton by homage and service, and suit at the court of Burton every three weeks.
Free tenants:—
Caldecotes. The hamlet held of the said manor by Geoffrey de Upsale by service of 3s. yearly and doing foreign (service).
Twiselton. The hamlet similarly held by Master William de Twyselton by service of 1d. yearly, and doing foreign (service).
(Unspecified.) A bovate of land held by Adam de Mirewra by service of 3s. 1d. yearly and doing foreign (service).
Bentham. A moiety of the hamlet held by John de Bentham by foreign service only.
Henry his son, aged 3 at the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, last, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (12.)
335. AMICE LATE THE WIFE OF JOHN RANDOLF alias RANDULF.
Writ, 12 Oct. 33 Edw. I.
LEICESTER. Inq. made at Leicester, 28 Dec. 34 Edw. I.
Skeftyngton. A messuage, 1/2 virgate of land, and 18d. yearly rent, held of the king in chief by service of finding a man carrying the king’s writs in the king’s war for forty days at her own costs.
She held no other lands in the bailiwick.
William de Marnham of Skeftyngton, her son, aged 55 and more, is her next heir.
Writ of scire facias to the escheator; whereas by inquisition it was found that William de Marnham was next heir of the said Amice, and the king commanded him, having taken the fealty &c. of the said William, to cause him to have full seisin of the lands &c., and now Thomas Randolf, son of the said John and Amice asserts that the said tenements were given to them and the heirs of the said John by Sarra daughter of Robert David of Skeftington, and that he is next heir of the said John, he is commanded to resume the lands &c. into the king’s hand, and warn the said William to be before the king in the next Parliament, which term the king has given to the said Thomas to do and receive what the court shall determine, 23 Jan. 34 Edw. I.
Endorsed: That the escheator has warned the said William accordingly.
Writ of scire facias to the escheator, reciting as above, and commanding him to warn the said William to be before the king’s council at Westminster on the morrow of the Ascension next, 20 April, 34 Edw. I. Similarly endorsed.
Writ of certiorari, reciting as above, and that the said Thomas in the king’s court said that the said Sarra by her charter, which he produced, gave the said tenements to the aforesaid John and Amice and the heirs of the said John, whose next heir he is, and the aforesaid William came and said that the said Amice was daughter and heir of the said Sarra, who died seised as of fee of the tenements aforesaid, the said Amice succeeding as her daughter and heir before the said John married her, and that no transfer of free tenement was ever made by reason of the said charter by the said Sarra to the said John and Amice; and commanding the escheator to enquire whether the said Sarra gave the tenements to the said John and Amice and the heirs of the said John, or not, and if so who is the next heir of the said John, or whether she died seised as of fee, or not, &c. 23 May, 34 Edw. I.
Endorsed: Afterwards the escheator came into the chancery and recorded that he had not taken the said William’s fealty nor delivered to him any seisin.
LEICESTER. Inq. taken by the escheator, having with him John de Noveray, the king’s coroner, and two knights, in the presence of the said Thomas and William, 30 March, 35 Edw. I.
Skeftington. The said Sarra by her charter with free will gave the tenements aforesaid to the said John and Amice on the day of their marriage, to hold to the said John and his heirs and Amice his wife or their assigns as the charter testifies, and personally delivered seisin thereof in 3 Edw. I, long before her death, and the said Thomas, aged 30, is next heir of the same John. The said Amice did not succeed the said Sarra as daughter and heir.
Writ of scire facias to the escheator, reciting as is abovesaid, and commanding him to warn the aforesaid William to be before the king on the morrow of the Ascension, wherever he may then be &c. 6 May, 1 Edw. [II].
Similarly endorsed.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (13.)
336. RICHARD DE WYRHALE.
Writ of certiorari to the mayor and sheriffs of London, because Joan late the wife of the said Richard is seeking in the hustings (court) of London her dower of a messuage in the city against Reginald de Thunderle, who has alleged that he holds it by the charter of Edmund sometime earl of Cornwall, which he asserts the king as heir of the said Edmund is bound to warrant, 4 November, 33 Edw. I. per petitionem de consilio.
LONDON. Inq. taken before the mayor and sheriffs in the presence of Roger de Hegham at the Guildhall on Monday the feast of St. Nicholas.
The jurors, having had a view of the messuage, say that the said Richard after he married the said Joan acquired a messuage called La Coppedehalle to himself and his heirs in fee, so that he could dower the said Joan thereof. It is worth 14 marks 12s. yearly, and there are due yearly 20s. to the priory of Holy Trinity, London, for quit rent, 2d. to the heirs of Adam de Basynges, 29s. 4d. to the heirs of Juliana Hardel, and 20s. for repairs. Dated at London on Saturday after the Conception, 34 Edw. I.
C. Edw. I. File 120. (14.)
337. JOHN SON AND HEIR OF JOHN TOREL.
Writ to the escheator to take the proof of age of the said John, who was born at Thorrok Briaunzoun, co. Essex, and baptized in the church there, as is said, and says he is of full age and seeks the lands of his inheritance which are in the wardship of William Baudewyn of Wokyndon, by the demise of John de Hamme, parson of the church of Stifford, and Robert his brother, to whom the king committed the same until the lawful age of the same John, 10 March, 33 Edw. I.
Proof of age (missing).
C. Edw. I. File 120. (15.)
338. AGNES, DAUGHTER AND HEIR OF PHILIP DE MUNGOMERY, who held of the king in chief.
Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to take the proof of age of the said Agnes, who was born at Whelton, co. Northampton, and baptized in the church there, as is said, and says she is of full age and seeks the lands &c. of her inheritance which are in the wardship of Robert de Bures by the king’s commission, 20 Oct. 33 Edw. I.
Proof of age (missing).
C. Edw. I. File 120. (16.)
339. ADAM ATTE BROK, NEPHEW (nepos) AND HEIR OF JOHN AGUYLLUN, who held of the king in chief.
Writ to Walter de Gloucester, escheator, to take the proof of age of the said Adam, who was born at Chelsham, co. Surrey, and baptized in the church there, as is said, and says he is of full age and seeks the lands &c. of his inheritance which are in the king’s wardship, …. [Apr]il, 33 Edw. I. (defective.)
Proof of age (missing).
C. Edw. I. File 120. (17.)

Footnotes

  • 1. See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 541.