Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, Files 128 to 130

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, Files 128 to 130

435. JOAN LATE THE WIFE OF GILBERT DE CLARE, SOMETIME EARL OF GLOUCESTER AND HERTFORD, THE KING’S DAUGHTER.
Writ to the escheator, because of the death of the said Joan, to take into the king’s hand all the lands &c. which were of the said Gilbert and Joan on the day the said Gilbert died, whereof the king enfeoffed the said earl and Joan for their lives, and also all the lands &c. which after the said enfeoffment have descended to the said earl’s heir, or have come by escheat or otherwise, into whosesoever hands they may have come, &c., 1 May, 35 Edw. I.
OXFORD. Extent, 14 June, 35 Edw. I.
Chadelynton. The hundred (extent given), including 10s. 4 3/4d. yearly from ‘le Ward peny,’ held by the said earl and countess at fee farm of the king in chief by the king’s enfeoffment, to hold to them for their lives and to the heirs of their bodies; which hundred will descend to the earl’s heir by hereditary right; and the king shall receive thence 110s. 2d. yearly.
Gilbert his son, aged 17, is next heir of the said Gilbert de Clare.
OXFORD. Extent, Friday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I.
Swynebrok. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including a wood within the forest of Wychewod and a several pasture called Muleham, was at one time in the seisin of John de Leghe by inheritance, who demised it to brother William Tothale, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jersualem in England, and the bailiffs of the said earl and Joan, because of that demise made contrary to the statute, seized the same into their hands; before the said seizure it was held of the said earl, and he and the said Joan held it of the king in chief as a member of the manor of Schipton, service unknown.
Gilbert de Clare, aged 17 on 11 May last, is next heir of the said earl and Joan.
OXFORD. Extent, 14 June, 35 Edw. I.
Bureford. The manor with the hamlet of Upton, near the town of Bureford, wherein the said Joan was not conjoined (extents given), held of the king in chief, as of the earldom of Gloucester, service unknown; which manor and hamlet Ralph de Monte Hermeri holds by the king’s commission until the full age of the heir.
Bureford. The said earl long before his death enfeoffed John Giffard of the town, with the hamlet of Seynet (extents given) for his life, and after his death the same came into the king’s hand because the countess was not conjoined therein; and they are held of the king in chief, as of the said earldom, service unknown. All the above will descend to the heir by hereditary right.
Heir as first above.
OXFORD. Extent, 2 June, 35 Edw. I.
Shipton. The manor (extent given with the names of tenants), including 20 free tenants in the hamlet of Ramesden, held jointly by the said earl and countess, by the king’s enfeoffment of the king in chief, service unknown; and it ought to descend to the heir by hereditary right.
Heir as first above.
OXFORD. Extent, 22 May, 35 Edw. I.
Caversham. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including meadow in Hardyngmede and pasture in ‘la Horsengle,’ a fishery, 6s. 8d. from the fixed view of Shippelake, and 2s. from a ferry; whereof the king enfeoffed the said Gilbert and Joan jointly, to hold to them for life and to the heirs of their bodies.
Heir as first above.
BERKS. Extent, 16 June, 35 Edw. I.
Spenhamlonde by Newebur[y]. 100s. rent from free tenants owing suit of court, and 16s. toll of the market (merchaett’) and pleas &c. held of the earl Marshal, service unknown; wherein the said Joan was not conjoined, for Alice de la March, sometime the wife of the said Gilbert, held (it) by his demise.
Heir as first above, aged 17 and more.
BERKS. Extent, 25 May, 35 Edw. I.
Stanvord. The manor (full extent given with names and works of tenants, including washing sheep and a cottar who ‘debet trede the Dyve’ (?), held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment in form aforesaid, of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee.
Heir as first above.
SOMERSET. Inq. 3 June, 35 Edw. I.
Eston. A capital messuage &c., 81a. arable, 12 1/2a. meadow, a common pasture, a grove, 7l. 14s. 7d. rent of free tenants, 46s. rent of customers and pleas &c. of court, held by the said earl, of the king’s enfeoffment, by service of a knight’s fee of the king in chief, as of the honour of Gloucester.
Heir as first above, aged 16 and more.
WILTS. Inq. 2 June, 35 Edw. I.
Heghtredeburg. A capital messuage &c., 306a. arable, 16a. meadow, 2 several pastures, a little grove at Hornyngesham, 18s. 9d. rent from free tenants (named), 4l. 3s. rent from customers, and pleas &c. of court, held by the said earl of the king in chief as a member of the honour of Gloucester, service unknown; and they have fallen to the heir, after the king’s enfeoffment abovesaid, by the death of one Richard de Westone who held the same of the earl for life.
Heir as first above, aged 18.
WILTS. Inq. taken at Upavene, 29 May, 35 Edw. I.
Wexcombe. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), with the hundred of Kynewardestone, including a tenement at Paskemere, 25 virgates in Wexcombe and Wultone, and a market town called Bedewynde with toll and ‘chypynggavel,’ held by the said earl of the king in chief by service of rendering 32l. yearly to the king at his exchequer.
Heir as last above.
Burbach or Burebach. Two carucates of land (extent given with names of free tenants), including a capital messuage, which have fallen to the said heir, after the enfeoffment aforesaid, by the death of Ela sometime countess of Warwick, who held them of the said earl of Gloucester by knight’s service, to wit, rendering 40s. when scutage runs.
DEVON. Inq. 27 May, 35 Edw. I.
Langetre. The hamlet (extent given), whereof the said earl and Joan were enfeoffed jointly by the king in manner aforesaid, service unspecified.
DEVON. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I.
Chetelhampton. The manor (extent given), including a chace with deer, partly covered with wood, and a fishery between Michaelmas and Easter, whereof the said earl and Joan were enfeoffed jointly by the king as abovesaid, service unspecified.
Wynkeleye. The said Gilbert and Joan were jointly enfeoffed by the king of the homage and services of the tenants of the fees of Wynkeleye, with pleas &c. of courts and views of frank-pledge.
DEVON. Inq. 31 May, 35 Edw. I.
Northleye hamlet. A messuage &c., 29a. arable, 4a. several pasture, pasture in common, 2a. moor, 8a. meadow, 5a. wood, and rents &c. of bondmen and cottars, which Maud de Clare, sometime countess of Gloucester, in her widowhood procured from one Nicholas de Mortesthorn and afterwards gave to one Jordan de Insula for his life; and in the time of the said Countess Joan, the same descended to the heirs of the said Gilbert and Joan by the said Jordan’s death, as heirs of the said Maud, and were seized into the hand of the said Joan, who in that manner died seised thereof; they are held of Sir Henry de Lancastre as of the inheritance of his wife, by service of 1/4 knight’s fee; and 11a. arable held as abovesaid, of the lord of Coleswille by service of 1 1/2d.
DORSET. Inq. 31 May, 35 Edw. I.
Portland. The manor (extent given) held by the earl of the king in chief, service unknown.
Wyk. The manor (extent given) similarly held, service unknown.
Waymuth. The borough held by the earl of the king in chief, pertaining to his earldom.
No lands &c. have fallen to the heir by hereditary right or otherwise in the county after the said earl’s death.
Heir as above, age unknown.
DORSET. Inq. 29 May, 35 Edw. I.
Stupel. The manor (extent given), including the hundreds of Hasellore, Roubergh and Russchemore, held by the earl of the king in chief, service unknown.
Warham. The township (extent given), including burgesses, rendering 72s. 5 1/2d. yearly, a fishery, a fair at the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and pleas &c. and toll of the market, held by the earl as pertaining to his earldom; and there are paid yearly to the prior of Warham by the hands of the chief lords there 7l. 6s. 8d. rent and perquisites.
No lands &c. have fallen to the heir &c. as above.
Heir as last above.
DORSET. Inq. made at Dorcestre, 28 May, 35 Edw. I (defective).
Craneborn. The manor (extent given), including a foreign hundred and a chace, held by the earl, as pertaining to his earldom of Gloucester, of the king in chief by service of 2 knights’ fees.
Tarente Gundevill. A moiety of the town held by the earl, [as pertaining] to his earldom, of the king in chief by knight’s service.
Tarente Russcheweston. The manor (extent given) with the hundred of Conkesdich; which manor Gilbert, son and heir of Thomas de Clare, after the death of the said earl recovered by writ of novel disseisin against Ralph de Monte Hermeri and Joan his wife and Gilbert [son of?] the late Earl Gilbert, a minor and in the king’s wardship.
Pymperne. A moiety of the town and hundred (extent given) held by the said earl ……..
No lands &c. have fallen to the heir &c. as above.
Heir as last above.
KENT. Inq. 22 May, 35 Edw. I.
Westpecham. The manor (extent given), including 16a. pasture in a place called Cheldecote, 12d. ‘gavelherth’ at Easter, 14s. ‘couselver’ at the feast of St. Andrew, and 40d. ‘melleselver’ at Christmas, held by the said Gilbert, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the heirs of John Agylun by service of 1d. yearly.
Heir as above, aged 16 and more.
Westpecham. The said earl gave to Thomas de Yspania to hold for his life, a capital messuage &c., 80a. arable, 40a. pasture, 3a. wood, 3a. meadow, and 3s. and 3 hens rent, which are held of the honour of Gloucester by service of 1/4 knight’s fee; and the said Thomas having lately died, the said tenements came to the hands of Ralph de Monte Hermeri and Joan his wife.
KENT. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I (defective).
Thonebregg. The castle and borough (extent given), including customs of the burgesses called ‘stretpanes’ at Mid Lent and ‘feyrepanes’ at the feast of St. James, perquisites of the portmote, and weirs which render 20 great eels and 60 sticks (estik’) of small eels at the feast of Carniprivium, held by the said earl, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of being his steward and butler on the day of his enthronement, and doing suit at the archbishop’s court of Otteford held next after the feast of St. Michael only.
Dacherst. The manor, a member of the honour of the castle aforesaid (extent given), including ‘querngavel,’ ‘benherthe,’ 40s. common fine of Hildenne and Suth, and herbage and mast of the chace of Thon[bregge]; and 16a. land held by the said earl by the king’s enfeoffment, of Robert de Haudlo and Simon de Bardenne by service of 12s. 4d. yearly; and there are also due to the priory of Thon[brigge] 6l. 13s. 4d. of yearly alms, and to the parish church of Thon[brigge] 1lb. frank incense, price 4d., of yearly alms.
Haudlo. The manor, a member of the honour of the castle aforesaid (extent given), including a park, and a water-mill held, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the heirs of Richard de Haudlo.
Heir as above, [aged] …. day of May last.
KENT. Inq. 27 May, 35 Edw. I.
Bradestede. The manor, a member of the honour of the castle of Thonebregge, and borough (extent given), including ‘stretpanes,’ toll of the market, tenants of ‘opelonde,’ customs of ‘rostwode,’ the enclosing of Borghyard, ‘medselvel’ and ‘benherthe,’ held by the said earl, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the archbishop of Canterbury.
Edenebregg. A manor (extent given), including a fishery in the stream, held by the said earl, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the abbot of Westminster by service of a pair of gilt spurs price 6d., and by service of 3s. yearly.
Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last.
KENT. Inq. 23 May, 35 Edw. I.
Ealding. The manor (full extent given), including woods called Stonhame and Medle, 13 great eels and 24 sticks of small eels, fisheries of the weirs of Douliswer’ and Redepole, a water-mill at Brenchisle, and stallage of the market, held by the said earl, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, of the honour of Clare; and there are payable to the priory of Thon[bregge] 51s. 5 1/4d. yearly alms.
And the said earl held of the king’s gift a court called the court of the honour of Gloucester, and another court called the court of Warblynton, as of the honour of Clare.
Heir as above, aged 16.
CAMBRIDGE. Inq. Saturday the feast of St. Botulph, 35 Edw. I.
Bodekesham. 1a. land, 12l. 3s. 1/4d. rent of free tenants, pleas &c. held by the said earl and Joan.
Swafham. 39s. 6d. rent of free tenants.
Royston (Crucem Roysiam). A court worth 10s. yearly.
Litlingetone. View of frank pledge worth 13s. 4d. yearly.
Aringetone. View of frank pledge worth 6s. 8d. yearly.
All held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Heir as above, aged 16 and more.
HUNTINGDON. Inq. Monday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I.
Sutho. The manor (extent given), including the views of Wolle, Sautre and Grantesden, held by the said earl and countess, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee.
Heir as last above.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Stiuecle. The manor (extent given), including 12d. payable to Alice la Cottedewedewe for life for her dower for a pasture called Stokkinge, held by the said Gilbert and Joan in chief, as of the honour of Bristoll, by the king’s enfeoffment.
No other land &c. descended to the earl’s heir.
Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. Thursday before St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I.
Esinton. A capital messuage, 100a. arable, 18a. meadow, 2 1/2a. pasture, and 28s. 6d. rent of free tenants, held by the said earl, as member of the honour of Rothewelle, of the king by service of 1/2 knight’s fee. And the said earl, before the king’s enfeoffment, gave all the above to Ralph de Batelesmere for life, who survived the said earl, and after his death the said Joan, the king’s daughter, gave the said tenements to Gandin de Clare brother of the said Gilbert for life, who died seised thereof, and these tenements descended by hereditary right to the earl’s heir, and no others.
Heir as above of the said Gilbert and Joan, aged 16 and more.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. Wednesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Little Brikhull. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief, as of the honour of the castle of Dover, by service of 13s. yearly; and certain lands held of the lord of Caldecote by service of 5s. yearly.
No other lands afterwards descended to the said earl’s heir &c.
Gilbert, son of the said Gilbert and Joan, aged 17 on 11 May last, is next heir of the said Gilbert.
BUCKINGHAM. Friday before Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Great Marlowe. The manor (extent given), including a windlass (wyndasm[us]) upon the Thames for hauling ships, rendering 10s. yearly, a fishery rendering 20s. yearly, 8l. 13s. rent of the borough, toll of the market, and fairs on the feast of St. Luke and on Wednesday in Whitsuntide, held by the said Gilbert and Joan with other lands, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief by the service pertaining to an earl. The said Gilbert died seised thereof wholly, but afterwards the said Joan demised to John le Paniter(?) her servant and Agatha his wife for their lives 2 virgates of land without any building, by service of 1d. yearly; all which are in the king’s hand by the death of the said countess.
No other lands descended to the heir &c.
Heir as last above, aged 16 on 11 May last.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Trapston on Thursday before St. Augustine, 35 Edw. I.
Liberty of the honour of Gloucester, in co. Northampton. Certain views and a court held by the said Gilbert jointly with Joan late his wife, to them and the heirs of their bodies, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief, service unknown, viz.:—
Deneford. The court and view, whose pleas &c. are worth 100s.; and he used to receive at the same view 11s. 8d. certain yearly from the towns of Raundes, Wylewynecotes, Middelcotes, Aldewyncle, Lowyk, Trapston, Ryngsted, and Deneford.
Coderstok. A view worth 30s.; and he used to receive at the said view 15s. 3d. certain from the towns of Tanesouere, Sothewyk and Pyryho, and Codirstok and Glapthorn.
Barton Haurad. A view worth 10s., and 4s. fixed view.
Stanierne. A view worth 1/2 mark, and 2s. fixed view.
Heir as last above, age unknown.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. Tuesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Rothewell. The manor and hundred (full extent given), including a pasture in Littelwode, a wood called Mikelwode, a market let to divers men in Rothewell, rendering 14l. 10s. yearly, a fair (feria) on the feast of Holy Trinity, worth 100s. yearly, and fixed views from the townships of Broghton, Lodyngton, Craneslee, Keylmersch, Overton, and Rothewell, held by the said Gilbert and Joan, jointly enfeoffed by the king to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, of the king in chief, service unknown. And 10l. are payable to the countess of Ferrars yearly for her life by the said earl’s deed.
Navesby. The manor (extent given) held by the said Gilbert of the earl of Lincoln by service of three parts of a knight’s fee; which manor descended to the said Gilbert of hereditary right by the death of Isabel de Fortibus, late countess of Albemarle, after the king had refeoffed the said Gilbert and Joan of the manor of Rothewell in form aforesaid.
Heir as last above.
ESSEX. Inq. 23 May, 35 Edw. I.
Berdefeld. The manor (extent given), including a park, ‘herdselver’ and ‘maltselver,’ held by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief, service unknown; and 400a. land, 7a. meadow, 8a. pasture, and 4l. 4s. yearly rent, acquired by the said earl from Robert le Bruys, after the king’s enfeoffment aforesaid.
Heir as above, aged 16 and more.
ESSEX. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I.
Clarette. The hamlet (extent given), including 10l. rent from free tenants in Clare, co. Suffolk, pertaining to the hamlet of Clarette, held by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief by service of fee farm, as of the honour of Boulogne, rendering 10l. yearly at the king’s exchequer.
Hersham hamlet. 45a. arable, 2a. meadow, 2a. pasture, a windmill, and 20s. rent, similarly held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Stamburn. 6s. 8d. profits of a court pertaining to the honour of Gloucester.
Heir as last above.
ESSEX. Inq. taken at Berdefeld, 24 May, 35 Edw. I.
Thaxsted alias Thaxstud. The manor (extent given), including customs called ‘herdselver’ and ‘maltselver,’ and rents of 8 plowshares and 7 arrows, held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief as a member of Gloucester (honour), service unknown; which manor was of the inheritance of the said Gilbert, and the said Joan was not enfeoffed thereof, because at that time it was in the hands of Alice de la Marche formerly countess.
Heir as last above.
HERTFORD. Inq. Wednesday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Staundon. The manor (extent given), including 10s. farm of a mill, and no more because Gilbert son of Thomas de Clare receives the residue, and toll of the market, held of the king in chief, as of the honour of … brok, as of the marshalcy of England, service unknown. The king enfeoffed the said Gilbert and Joan of the same, and no other land descended to the earl or his heir after that enfeoffment.
Popishal. Certain tenements held by the said Gilbert, by the king’s enfeoffment as abovesaid, of the king in chief, as of the honour of Dover, service unknown.
Heir as above, aged 16 on 1 May last.
SUSSEX. Inq. 19 May, 35 Edw. I.
Rutherefeld. The manor (extent given), including 3 capital messuages, a free chace with deer, a hundred, and a custom called ‘swynyeld,’ held by the said Gilbert and Joan of the king in chief, service unknown; and tenements called Lynetereslond and Rymmeslye, held of Robert de Bromfelde by service of rendering him 18s. yearly.
Heir as above, aged 17 and more.
SURREY. Inq. 28 May, 35 Edw. I.
Blacchingelegh. The manor (extent given), including 2 parks and a custom called ‘parkselver.’
Blacchingelegh. The borough (extent given), including rents of shops and stalls in the market, perquisites of the fair on the feast of All Souls, and pleas &c. of the portmote.
Ticheseye. A capital messuage, 4a. meadow, 50a. pasture, 103a. arable, and 47s. 2 1/4d. rent.
Chepstede. A wood, 64s. 5d. and 10 ploughshares rent yearly, works worth 109s. 7 1/2d. &c.
Okham. The manor (extent given).
Waldyngeham. 118a. arable and pasture and 28s. 1d. yearly rent.
Camerwell or Camberwell. 69a. arable, 14s. yearly rent, 6 hens and 80 eggs yearly.
Tillyngedoune. A capital messuage, 200a. arable worth 4d. an acre, and 20a. land worth 2d. an acre, yearly.
All held of the said Gilbert and Joan of the king in chief, as a member of the honour of Clare.
Tyllingedoune. The said Gilbert and Joan on the day when the said Gilbert died, held 100a. arable and 10a. pasture there, but Henry de Shenefeld and Christiana his wife, whilst the said lands &c. were in the king’s hand by reason of a trespass of the countess, recovered the same by judgment of the king’s court, as the dower of the said Christiana of the free tenement of Thomas de Warblynton sometime her husband, and they were seised thereof until the escheator by royal command took the same into the king’s hand after the death of the said Joan.
Heir as last above.
SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. taken at Andevere, 21 May, 35 Edw. I.
Upclatford. 41s. 9d. yearly from 5 free tenants, and 4l. 19s. 6d. yearly from 17 customers, held by the said earl of Richard Siward, service unspecified; all which descended by hereditary right to Gilbert his son and heir, aged 18 on the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 35 Edw. I.
SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. 20 May, 33 Edw. I.
Mapuldrham. The hamlet (extent given).
Petersfeld. The borough (extent given), including a toll worth 50s. yearly.
Both held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief, service unknown; and they descended to Gilbert his son and heir, as last abovesaid.
SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. 20 May, 35 Edw. I.
Cornhamptone. The manor (extent given with names of six free tenants) held by the said earl of John de Sancto Johanne by service of 2 knights’ fees; all which descended to Gilbert his son and heir, as last abovesaid.
NORFOLK. Inq. 4 June, 35 Edw. I.
Welles. The manor (extent given).
Warham. The manor (extent given).
Wyveton. The manor (extent given).
All which descended to the said Gilbert by hereditary right, after the surrender of his lands &c. to the king, and they are held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
Walsyngham. The manor (extent given), wherefrom the prior of Walsyngham receives 20s. yearly.
Bretcham or Brecham. The manor (extent given).
Crimplesham. The manor (extent given).
All held by the said Gilbert and Joan jointly, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief, as of the honour of Clare and of the honour of Gloucester, service unknown.
Sharyngton. A foreign leet.
Heir as above, aged 18 and more.
SUFFOLK. Inq. made at Henhowe on Thursday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 35 Edw. I.
Le Bluntishalle in Witherisfelde. The manor (extent given) held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief, service unknown; and Sibyl, late the wife of Roger Loveday, after the said Gilbert’s death, recovered the said tenements by a writ of novel disseisin before the king’s justices at Cattishille, against Ralph de Monte Hermeri and the said Joan and others, and held them until now that they were taken into the king’s hand because the said Gilbert died seised thereof.
SUFFOLK. Inq. 24 May, 35 Edw. I (defective).
Subers. The town with the hamlet of ‘le Wodehale’ (extent given), including a pasture called Portmannecroft which the burgesses have at fee farm for 40s. yearly by the charter of earl Richard, a several fishery, toll &c. of the market and fairs of SS. Gregory and Bartholomew, and customs of weavers and ‘stalage,’ held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief, service unknown.
Deseningg with Cavenham. The manor (extent given), including two parks, a rabbit-warren and a fishery called ‘Cavenham Pond,’ held jointly as above of the king in chief, service unknown; 60a. land, which the said Gilbert acquired after the said enfeoffment, held of John de Gedding by service of a clove gillyflower; and a foreign meadow at Babbewell which is held at fee farm of the abbot &c. of St. Edmund’s by service of 27s. 8d. yearly.
Haverhille. The manor (extent given), including toll &c. of the market, held jointly as above of the king in chief, service unknown.
Suthwold. The town (extent given), including 24 1/2 thousand herrings price 4s. a thousand, similarly held.
Lakinghithe. A messuage, 40a. arable, 6 houses, a fishery, 40s. rent from customers, and pleas &c. of court with the leet, held jointly as above of the prior &c. of Ely by service of 2s. yearly.
Mildenhale. 30a. land, [6a. (fn. 1) pasture], and 20 free tenants rendering 11s. 5d. yearly, held jointly as above of the king in chief, service unspecified.
Clare. The castle with the honour (extent given), including the leets of [Multon*] and Denardeston, similarly held.
Clare. The town (extent given), including toll of the market, and the fair of Wanteford at the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, similarly held, service unknown.
Clare. The manor (extent given) similarly held.
Honedene. The manor (extent given), including a park, similarly held.
Heir unspecified.
GLOUCESTER. Extent, 19 May, 35 Edw. I.
Campeden. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital messuage, and pleas &c of court, held jointly by the said earl and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the earl of Chester by service of 1/8 knight’s fee.
Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last.
GLOUCESTER. Extent, 17 May, 35 Edw. I.
Ryndecumbe. A carucate of land (extent given with names of free tenants), including a capital messuage, pleas &c. of court and 2 views, held jointly as above of the king in chief by service of 1/8 knight’s fee.
Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last.
GLOUCESTER. Extent, 16 May, 35 Edw. I.
Stok. A carucate of land (extent given with names of customary tenants), including a capital messuage, pleas and perquisites of view &c., similarly held as member of the earl (sic) of Gloucester, which earldom the said earl held of the king in chief by service of 7 1/2 knights’ fees.
Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last.
GLOUCESTER. Extent, 25 May, 35 Edw. I.
Mars. A carucate of land (extent given), including a capital messuage, and pleas &c. of court, held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief by service of 1/10 knight’s fee; wherein Joan his wife was not joined by the king’s enfeoffment, but it descended by hereditary right to Gilbert his son and heir, aged as last above.
GLOUCESTER. Extent, 17 May, 35 Edw. I.
Fayreford. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a water-mill with a certain suit of Middelton, 8l. tallage of customers, a market town in which are 68 burgesses rendering 68s. yearly, a fair (fayria) on the day of St. James and toll of the market, held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief by service of a knight’s fee.
Heir as above, aged 17 on 11 May last.
GLOUCESTER. Extent, 24 May, 35 Edw. I (defaced).
Sobbury. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a park with deer, a park without deer at ‘la Leigrave,’ a tenement in Bridenewike, and a market town wherein are 90 (?) burgesses holding 176 burgages &c., held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee, wherein the said Joan was not joined by the king’s enfeoffment ……….. descended by escheat after the king’s enfeoffment of the said Gilbert and Joan. ……..
Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 25 May, 35 Edw. I.
Thornbur[y]. The manor (extent given with names of tenants), including a park with deer, a fishery in the Severn, a croft in Mortone, and a market town wherein are 60 burgesses holding 100 burgages &c., jointly held by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment to them and the heirs of their bodies, of the king in chief, service by itself unknown, because it is a member of the earldom of Gloucester, which the said earl held of the king in chief by service of 10 1/2 knights’ fees.
Heir as last above.
GLOUCESTER. Extent, 15 May, 35 Edw. I (defective).
Theukesbur[y]. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a vineyard and preserve (vivarium), a chace in Cors with deer, 4s. for common in Swynham from (tenants of the abbot?) of Wynchecombe of Twenyng, 6s. 8d. rent from tenants of the abbot of Beubek of Aston, a virgate of land held by Richard Cayleway for which he ought to carry writs within the four seas of England, other tenants who ought to carry writs and gather grapes in the vineyard, 8 fishing tenants at Muythe, and a market town wherein are 70 burgesses holding 145 1/2 and 1/3 burgages, and a custom called ‘ful-stale,’ held jointly by the said Gilbert and Joan, by the king’s enfeoffment, of the king in chief, service by itself unknown because they hold the earldom of Gloucester, of which this is a member, of the king in chief for 7 1/2 knights’ fees.
Heir as last above.
WORCESTER. Inq. 2 June, 35 Edw. I.
Bisscheleye. The manor (full extent given) held by the said earl together with his other lands &c. in England by service of 7 1/2 knights’ fees, but in what manner the manor is held separately of the king in chief the jurors know not; and certain lands and rent (are held) in dower by Margery de Brewes. He held no lands in the county of any other man than the king, nor any, after the king’s enfeoffment to the said earl and Joan his wife, in any way falling to his heir.
Heir as last above.
WORCESTER. Inq. 1 June, 35 Edw. I.
Hanleye. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 140a. arable and pasture at Blakemore, a wood of the chace of Malverne, rents of sokemen, and 2 1/2d. for mowing a ‘lawe sithe,’ held similarly in all respects to the above.
Heir as last above.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. Monday the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Keyrdif. The castle and town with its members Raath and Lequyth alias Lecwitthe, Lekwythe, and the whole county of Glamorgan (extent given), including at Keyrdif 423 burgages rendering 21l. 3s. yearly, certain pieces of land beyond the Taff held by Richard de Sancto Hilario, a fishery in the Taf as well (by) weir as net, and toll of merchants by land and sea, at Raath 305a. arable &c., 14s. rent of a weir fishery, and 11s. from Laniltwyt for mowing the meadow of Taff, and at Lekwythe a fishery let on lease, all held by the said Gilbert and Joan, enfeoffed jointly by the king to them and the heirs of the said Gilbert, of the king in chief, service unknown; and the abbot of Neeth receives yearly 20l. 3s. for other lands &c. which the earl had in exchange before the king’s aforesaid enfeoffment.
Heir as above, aged 16 on the first Friday in May last.
GLAMORGAN COUNTY. 21 free tenants, rendering 12l. 5s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Kaird[yf], viz.—
Cogan. A messuage and 2 carucates of land held by John de Cogan, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly.
Dynaspowis. The castle and 4 carucates of land held by John de Someri, rendering 23s. 4d. yearly, (and inserted above the line) ‘of the lord of the castle of St. Fagans 6s. 8d.’
Sulli. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by Remund de Sulli, rendering 6s. 8d. yearly.
Costinton. A messuage and 2 carucates of land held by Thomas Costyn, rendering 6s. 8d. yearly.
Wrencheston and Wonfa. Two messuages and 3 carucates of land held by Joan de Raleie, rendering 16s. 8d. yearly.
St. Nicholas. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by William Corbet, rendering 20s. yearly.
Lanririd. A messuage and 2 carucates of land held by Paulinus de Kaird[yf], rendering 3s. 4d. yearly.
Penmark. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by John de Umframvile, rendering 26s. 8d. yearly.
St. Athan. A messuage and 4 carucates of land held by Richard de Nerberth, rendering 26s. 8d. yearly; and for tenements in Pentlyn 13s. 4d.
Landoh, Lanmays, Landou, Seint Donats and Marcros. Certain lands held by John de Raleie, Remund de Sulli, John de Wynton, John de Penebrug and David de la Bere, rendering 33s. 4d. yearly equally.
Uggemor, Marthemaur, Coitlow, Langewy, and Neuton. 48s. 4d. rendered yearly for their lands &c. by Henry de Lancastre, Richard Siward, Payn Turbervile, the abbot of Morgan and Philip de Welle.
All owing suit at the county (court) of Glamorgan every month, together with 63 Welshmen of Kybur, who do no other service for their lands &c. in Kibor but suit at the said court every month.
Pleas &c. of the said court 15l. yearly.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Lanyltwit alias Laniltuyt. The town with the whole country of Ruthyn (extent given), including tolls of the market of Laniltwit and of the ports of Barri and Aberthau with the fair of Llaniltwit on the feast of St. Martin, mowing 14a. meadow at Coytlou, and carriage of rods for making sheepfolds and hurdles, and at Ruthyn, mountain pasture, and a wood called Korchmayloc, held by the said Gilbert and Joan, jointly enfeoffed by the king to them and the said Gilbert’s heirs, of the king in chief, service unknown as it is a member of the county of Glamorgan; and the abbot of Neeth receives 25l. 17s. 3/4d. yearly.
Lanblethyan alias Lamblethian. The manor with the town of Coubrugge and the castle of Talevan (extents given with the names of tenants), including at Lanblethyan a fishery, customers who ought to repair the wheels of wagons and carts, and the ironwork (ferra) of 5 ploughs, at Talevan a custom from turbary in the Redmarsh called ‘weygavel,’ and an aid called ‘commorth,’ and in Coubrugge 276 3/4 burgages, and toll of the market with a fair on the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, all similarly held of the king in chief by barony as a member of the county of Glamorgan; and 38l. 10s. 6 3/4d. are paid to the abbot of Neeth yearly.
Heir as above, and he was aged 16 on the first Friday in May.
Langunyth. The hamlet with the whole country of Tirzalth (extent given), including the site of an ancient castle, held jointly as above, of the king in chief of ancient acquisition, service unknown.
Heir as last above.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. 5 June, 35 Edw. I (defective and defaced).
Lanttissen alias Lantrissan. The castle and town with their members, viz.—the whole land of Miskyn and Glynrotheni, T[rewern (fn. 2) and] Argoderwlad, with the manor of Cloune and a part of the tenants in St. Fagans (extent given), held jointly as abovesaid by the king’s enfeoffment, of ancient acquisition, service unknown; including,— in Cloune, pasture of Haywode of the forest of Glintaf, and of the forest between Taf and Cavan, and a fishery in the Taf; in the town of Lantrissan, 145 burgages and toll of the town and fair on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula; and in Miskyn, the pasture of Blaynau(?) …… Kayr, and 25s. 7 3/4d. rent called comorth.
Heir as above, aged 16 on the first Friday in May.
[GLAMORGAN.] Inq. 5 June, 35 Edw. I.
Kenefek alias Kenefec. The castle and town (extent given), including 142 burgages with 142a. land, a water-mill and a windmill demised to the abbot of Morgan, and toll of the market with a fair on the feast of St. James, held jointly as above of the king in chief by ancient acquisition, service unknown.
Heir as last above.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. 19 June, 35 Edw. I.
Kayrfilli alias Kairfily. The castle and town with their members, viz.—Landevedu, Redcastle (Rubeocastro), Hendredeni, Kevenkarn, Rudri, Whitchurch (Albo Monasterio), Griffithsmoor (Mora Griff’), Merthyr and Kilthegayr, with the whole country of Seinghenith (with names of tenants), held jointly as above of the king in chief, service unknown, viz.—
Kayrfilli. Rents of burgages, and pleas &c.
Lanvedu. 21a. land, 3r. meadow, pasture, a water-mill &c.
Redcastle. 42a. arable.
Hendredenny. 24a. arable and 6a. pasture.
Glyntof, Grencoyd, Keveynon, Cumb and Kevenkarn. 6 1/2a. arable, a parcel of pasture, and in Kevenkarn, a ‘pitte’ in which are dug sea coals, the profit whereof is worth 20s. yearly.
Rudry. 13a. land, 3a. meadow, and 40s. 2 1/2d. from free tenants.
Whitchurch. 345 1/2a. arable, and 2a. meadow in demesne, 48a. arable and 3a. meadow held to farm by Kenewrek ap Howel, a water-mill, rents, works &c.
Griffithsmoor. 60a. land and 16a. meadow.
Merthyr. 15a. land, 15a. meadow, a pasture and a water-mill; 8a. land and 8a. meadow at Kemeyrmorleys which Gron[ou] ap Jevan Loyd [holds?] by the demise of Ralph de Monte Hermeri and Joan his wife …. 1a. meadow and a pasture at Lannercok(?); …… 2a. meadow and a plot of pasture at Kayrkedu(?) which Llewellyn ap Griffi[th] holds by the demise of the same Ralph and Joan; and 10a. arable, 2(?)a. meadow, and a plot of pasture, [at] Penbont which Madoc Vachan held for life by the gift ……
Kylthygayr. A messuage, 20a. land, 8a. meadow, and a parcel of pasture; and certain parcels of waste at Lanririd, Clonkenred, Brynpelchanger(?) and Hendreseysild; and Llewellyn ab Griffi[th] held there certain arable lands, meadow and waste for life by the demise of the said Ralph and Joan.
Senghenyth. 24l. 8s. 2 3/4d.(?) rent from Welsh freemen &c., including certain lands &c. in Maistralth held by David ap Griff’, and 31s. 1 1/2d. from customary tenants in a place called Hendreboyth.
Heir as last above.
Radur alias Le Radur. A house, 63a. arable, 3a. mountain meadow, 8 customers with their works &c. and pleas &c., tenure unspecified.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. 4 June, 35 Edw. I.
Neeth. The castle and town with the hamlets of Kilthebebilth alias Kilthebilth, Kilthebelith, and Bruttone (extents given), including in Neeth, a several pasture called Kneth, 60 Welshmen holding 410a. mountain pasture to farm, 128 burgages, lands &c. held by the abbot of Neeth, a ferry, toll of the market, and a fishery in the weir, held by the said Gilbert and Joan, enfeoffed jointly by the king, of the king in chief as a member of the county of Glamorgan, service unknown. And there are paid to the abbot of Neeth in exchange for other lands 113s. 3/4d. yearly.
Heir as last above.
[MONMOUTH;] WENLOK. Inq. (undated).
Newport (de Novo Burgo). The castle and town, and the county of Wenlok with its members Stowe, Rempny, Dyueleys, and Coganesmore (mora Cogani) (extents given), held by the said Gilbert and Joan, jointly enfeoffed by the king to them and the heirs of the said Gilbert, of the king in chief, service unknown, viz.—
Newport. The castle and town (extent given), including 228 burgages.
Wenlok. The county (extent given), including 42s. 6d. rent of Welshmen at Werngethyn.
Stowe. The manor (extent given), including 9 customers who owe works of carrying yearly to the castle of Neuburk for Christmas, and from Stowe to Kayrdif, Strugoyl or Usk with a horse.
Dyueleys. The manor (extent given), including customers who each carry corn four times yearly with a horse to Newport or Kayrd[if].
Coganesmore. The manor (extent given), including a pasture by the sea shore, a fishery, and customers each carrying a load of corn twice yearly to Newport, and other services.
Rempny alias Rempni. [The manor?] (extent given), including a pasture called Warth by the sea shore, and customers carrying brushwood (buscam) from divers places to the castle of Kayrd[if].
Heirs unspecified.
[MONMOUTH.] Inq. Tuesday before St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I.
Maghhay. The town with the whole country of Maghhay (extent given), including a fishery of Deffrenebboth, held jointly as above of the king in chief of ancient acquisition, service unknown.
Heir as last above.
[MONMOUTH.] Inq. Friday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Usk. The castle with the lands &c. underwritten (extent given) held jointly as above, tenure unspecified, viz.—
Usk. The town (extent given) including 293 burgages, toll of the market and fair, and the fishery of Usk.
New Grange. Three carucates of land containing 280a. &c. (extent given), 40a. land at Hodelehale, and 444 1/2a. land and waste in Warnhir beyond the Usk, which lie void since the war.
Langyvio township. 17 customers holding 125a. land with 2 plots, and rendering 21s. 4d. yearly.
Coytkenor. 21 customers holding 128a. land and rendering 21s. 5 1/2d. yearly.
Argoyt Weeloc. 61 customers holding 207a. land and rendering 66s. 10d., and a water-mill.
Warthacumb township. 66 customers holding 495 1/2a. land, rendering 118s. 8 3/4d. yearly, and 144a. new land rendering 24s., and a water-mill.
Landesoy township. 23 customers holding 180 1/2a. land and rendering 30s. 7d. yearly, 24 villeins holding 198a. new land and rendering 33s. yearly, a water-mill, &c.
Lany Wym, Kevenrosuedi and Wernvaur townships. 50 villeins holding 457 1/2a. and rendering 5l. 8s. 10 1/2d., and a water-mill.
Trostray. 9 customers holding 57a. land and rendering 8s. 3d. yearly.
Pellhenny and Lanpadoc. 54 customers holding 315a. land &c., rendering 53s. 10d. yearly, and a mill on the Avon, and the customers owe ‘kylgh’ to the serjeants and foresters worth 4l. yearly.
The pleas &c. of the court of Usk are worth 20l. yearly.
Trillek. The town (extent given), including 113 burgesses holding 271 burgages, rendering 13l. 11s. yearly, and holding 583a. land, rendering 4l. 17s. 2d. yearly, tolls of the market, pleas &c. of the hundred worth 30s. yearly, the site of an old castle, the forest, 60 customers at Peneradgoel(?) and Vispole holding 323a. 1r. land and rendering 51s. 1/2d. yearly, 61 villeins at Penalht holding 500a. land and rendering 4l. 3s. 4d. yearly, 4a. meadow which used to belong to the chapel of Landenassen, 16 villeins holding 76 1/2a. land at Stokkes and rendering 12s. 9d., 20a. 1r. at Bythycwere in the hands of the burgesses, 16 tenants at Wytebrok holding 104 1/2a. land, and rendering 24s. 1 1/2d. yearly, 3 water-mills, and 10l. pleas, fines &c. belonging to the courts of Trillek and Cumkarvan.
Troye. 270 1/2a. arable in demesne, 300a. pasture and waste in Lam-bardesmore, 3a. pasture, 19a. 1r. meadow, 6 free tenants rendering 20s. 1 1/2d. yearly, 13 villeins holding 84 1/2a. land and paying no rent and 66 customers holding 231 1/2a. and rendering 67s. 6 1/4d. yearly with ‘kilgh,’ works &c., a water-mill, and 10s. pleas, fines &c.
Cymcarvan. 18 free tenants rendering 16s. 8d. yearly, 121 villeins holding 715 1/2a. and 1/3a. land rendering 7l. 9s. 1 1/2d. yearly and ‘kylgh,’ 18 tenants holding 108 1/2a. &c. and rendering 22s. 7 1/4d. and ‘kylgh,’ and a water-mill.
Lantrissen alias Little Lantrissen upon Usk. Houses with garden, 90a. in demesne, 175a. 1r. in the hands of John Bluet for life of the gift of Sir Ralph de Monte Hermeri whereof a part remains void after the war, 9a. pasture, 10a. underwood, a water-mill held by the said John Bluet for life, free tenants rendering 5s. 4 1/2d. and 2lb. cummin, villeins holding 425a. land, cottagers, customers &c. and 13s. 4d. pleas &c. of court.
Lantrissen. Tenements which descended to the said earl by hereditary right, after the enfeoffment &c., viz.—1/4 knight’s fee held by John Bluet for life by the charter of Sir Ralph de Monte Hermeri, which was in the hands of Sir Bevis (Bogonis) de Clare, by the charter of Gilbert earl of Gloucester to hold to him and the heirs of his body, when the earl surrendered all his castles &c. into the king’s hands, and after the death of the said Bevis reverted to the said earl, viz.— the site of an old castle sometime of William de Wauton, 58 1/2a. 1r. arable, 11 1/2a. meadow, 2a. pasture, a free tenant holding 25 1/2a. land rendering 6s. 4 1/2d. yearly, 3 customers, 2 cottagers, and customers holding 52a., rendering works only, and 3s. pleas, fines &c.
Lancomb. The manor (extent given) similarly fell to Gilbert de Clare by the death of Sir Bevis de Clare, after the enfeoffment &c.
[MONMOUTH.] Inq. Friday after St. Margaret, 35 Edw. I.
Tregruk alias Treigruk. The castle and manor (extent given) held by the said Gilbert of the king in chief, service unknown.
Bevis (Bugo) de Clare, brother of the said earl, held the same to himself and the heirs of his body by the earl’s enfeoffment long before the earl surrendered his lands &c. to the king, and after his death without heir of himself, the castle and manor descended to the said earl.
Heir as above, aged 16 on 11 May last.
[MONMOUTH.] [ (fn. 3) Karlyon. The castle, town, and manor (extent given) with members, viz.—
Lobennythe. 178a. land, 43a. meadow and 55a. pasture &c.
Edelegon. Land, meadow, pasture, a water-mill, rent &c.
Wendy. 105a. land, 20a. meadow and rent.
Little Tintern. 18a. land, and 1 1/2a. meadow.
Brokewere. The fishery.
Lynwere. The fishery and Waletkylch (sic).
Seinthathan. 22a. land, 16a. meadow and 5s. &c. rent.]
Extent or summary of the above lands &c. in Wales (defaced).
[IRELAND.] Extent, Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Coyllauth. The burgesses held their burgages with the lands pertaining thereto, rendering 6l. 8s. 7d. yearly and doing suit at their hundred (courts). There is a mill thrown down, and the tenants render 7s. yearly for their hand mills; the pleas &c. of the hundred are worth 10s. yearly.
[IRELAND.] Extent, Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Kilmanauth. Six carucates and 15a. land are held by the burgesses in their burgages, rendering 6l. 2s. 6d. (yearly) and doing suit at their hundred (courts), and there are cottars rendering 13s. 5d. yearly, toll of the market, a mill, and 10s. pleas &c. of the hundred.
IRELAND. Extent of the lands &c. which were of David son of Miles, and came to the hands of the countess as her escheat because the said David was a bastard and died without heir of himself, made at Cnoatwre(?) before William de la Haye, escheator of Ireland, on Tuesday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. 1.
Hillyd. 158 1/2a. arable, besides (?) (preter) 120a. dower of Mabel Hacket and 80a. dower of Cecily late the wife of the said David, 1 1/2a. meadow, a ‘currauth’ of alder, certain parcels of pasture containing 60a., and a hill (montana) whose pasture extends at 4s. yearly.
IRELAND. Extent of the lands &c. of the said countess similarly made at Kilkenny on Tuesday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Palmeryston. The manor (extent given), including a stockade(?) (bretagium), a granary, a grange and other wooden houses of forks (furcis) thatched with straw.
IRELAND. Similar extent, made at Kilkenny on Tuesday next the quinzaine of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Rosbargon. The site of a manor, with 2 houses of forks thatched with straw, 240a. land uncultivated on account of the war in those parts, and 33a. meadow; the burgesses used to render 8l. 4s. 11 1/2d. in time of peace, but only 60s. can now be levied, for it was burnt in the war and almost all the tenants are dead; and there are a decayed water-mill and garden of 1/2 ‘estang’; pleas &c. of court nothing because there are no tenants.
IRELAND. Similar extent made at Jeripont on Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I.
Thomaston. 31a. arable in demesne and 3 1/2a. and 1 ‘estang’ of moor, burgesses of a fifth part of the town who render 43s. 9d. yearly and do suit at their hundred (courts), 14 wasted burgages, 28s. 6 3/4d. yearly rent which Gilbert de Clare bought of Philip Maunsel, 20s. rent from Reymund le Ercedekne for a portion of the toll of 2 mills. 2 mills whereof the countess used to receive a fifth part of the toll of the earl’s inheritance, and a third of a fifth part which Earl Gilbert acquired from Philip Maunsel, a bakehouse which Earl Gilbert built, and 3s. 4d. pleas &c. of the hundred.
IRELAND. Similar extent made at Kilkenny on Tuesday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I (faded).
Loughmetheran. A ruinous stockade(?) (bretag’), grange, stable and a ruinous sheepfold of stakes; 260a. of demesnes and 240a. which lay fallow for the whole time of the countess, and 14a. meadow; 7l. 12d. rent of free tenants (extent given with names of tenants), including a carucate of land in Brunyston held by John Lowys rendering 10 capons and 20 hens and doing suit of court whenever it is held, a carucate of land called Arblasteryslond held by John Cook (Cocus), rendering 2s. and doing suit as above, 28a. land by the lake of St. Patrick, Kilkenny, rendering 2s., and 15 1/2a. land at ‘le Nynche’ held by Thomas de la Fenne, rendering 15s. 6d. yearly and doing suit as above; a rabbit-warren and turbary.
IRELAND. Similar extent, Saturday after Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Kilkenny. The borough and town (extent given), including a castle which has a hall, 4 towers, a chapel, a mote and divers other buildings, a stone house in the middle of the street (in medio vico) of the town, a plot by the house of Roger de Bristollia, and another opposite the castle, 7a. meadow by ‘le Gibbethulle,’ 17l. 11s. 4 1/2d. yearly from free tenants (named), including the burgesses of Kilkenny who hold their burgages and lands by the enfeoffment of William the marshal, rendering 11l. 15s. 4d. and doing suit at their hundred (courts), a smithy held by David le Mareschal, toll of the market and fair, a custom of letting houses during the fair whereof a third part pertains to the lord, and plots outside the houses in the street let for the time of the fair, 6 mills in ruins, a garden beneath the castle, another in the street (vico) of St. John, a fishery, and 60s. perquisites of the hundred of the town; 66l. 13s. 4d. perquisites of the assizes of Kilkenny (court) with pleas of the crown when held, and 20 marks perquisites of the county.
She died 19 April, 35 Edw. I.
IRELAND. Similar extent made at Callan on Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Dunfert. The manor (extent given), including within the close a hall, chamber, dairy and grange, a stockade(?) (bretag’) outside the gate, and other wooden houses, 143a. land at Nyweham which are in the hand of the countess by the surrender of Elias de Ibbyston for arrears of rent, 3 carucates of land in Davyiston which were of David Louthmetheran and Philip Crooker, 25l. 9s. 5d. from free tenants, including 8a. land in Daviyston held by William de Grangia, and 24l. 9s. 4 1/2d. from the burgesses of Dunfert, who hold 4 carucates, 83a. and 1 ‘estang’ of land in their burgages and a pasture in common, a water-mill, a weir with fishery, and fishery of the water (eque) of ‘le Nore.’
IRELAND. Similar extent Monday the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
The old town of Jeripont. A chamber for a granary, a grange and a sheep fold (bercheria) of forks (furcis) thatched with straw, in bad condition, 135a. arable, 3a. meadow, 40a. of moor, grove and pasture, 8 cottars holding 18a. land, certain ‘gablarii’ at Cast-langossir holding 1/2 carucate of land at the lord’s will, and 1/2 carucate of pasture at Coileth lying waste on account of the murrain; 6l. 11s. 3d. rent from free tenants, including a carucate of land at Balylaure held by John de Rupe, rendering 60s. yearly and doing suit of court, a carucate of land at Kilerne held by Robert son of Robert by service of 2s. when royal service is proclaimed and doing suit of court, and a carucate there similarly held by Robert de la Lyserne, a carucate in ‘le Nywes’ held by Geoffrey Calf, rendering 17d. yearly and doing suit, 12a. land in Incheganelan held by Roger Ryvel rendering 6s. 8d. and doing suit, and burgages held by the burgesses of the new town of Jeripont who render 22s. 6d. and do suit at their hundred (courts), and they hold a carucate of land in Roslygan rendering 40s. yearly, and John Sacwart renders 1/3lb. pepper yearly to have protection for his Irishmen; an old garden, prise of ale, and perquisites of court, and pleas &c. of the hundred.
IRELAND. Extent of lands &c. of the manor of Fermaill which was of the said earl and is now in the king’s hand by reason of the minority of his heir, made at Kilkenny on Thursday after St. Barnabas, 35 Edw. I.
Fermaill. The manor (extent given), including a castle surrounded with a stone wall and a hall with stone walls, both roofed with wooden shingles, a grange of forks thatched with straw, 62s. 1d. from cottars and ‘betagii,’ and 22s. 6d. from free tenants (named), including 1/2 carucate of land in Athorn held by Thomas de Midia, rendering 13s. 4d. yearly and doing suit of court; and there are in rent payable to William de Sancto Leodegario 37s. 2d. yearly.
Bagodyston. A carucate of land which Earl Gilbert acquired by escheat, now in the king’s hand in form aforesaid.
Corbaly in Offarclan. Half a carucate of the acquisition of the said Gilbert.
Offarclan. The castle which was of the said countess with 29 carucates, and 60a. land used to be worth 26l. 4s. 4d., but because it is in the high march, the land now lies waste because of the war of the Irish and nothing can be received thence, but the king spends 40l. yearly about the guarding of the castle.
Kildermoyth. Four carucates and 4a. land, which used to be worth 8l. 16s. 11d. but now lie waste.
Clontypir. Certain lands of the inheritance of the said Gilbert, which certain farmers hold rendering 54s. yearly.
IRELAND. Extent of the manor of Callan which was of the said countess on the day she died on 19 April(?), 35 Edw. I, made on Wednesday after the octave of Holy Trinity in that year (defaced).
Callan. The manor (extent given), including a castle in which is a hall of wood roofed with wooden shingles, a stone chamber, a kitchen and chambers of wood, and in the hagard a great grange, a stable of stone and an ox house, and 12a. meadow in ‘le Brodemede’; 31l. 2s. rent from ‘betagii,’ including 2 carucates 24 1/2a. land held by Irish ‘betagii’ at Rosmore, 63a. 1 1/2 ‘estang’ of land held by the ‘betagii’ of Monyclon, 130 1/2a. land held of those of Moyordrum, 189 1/2a. land and 41a. moor, pasture &c. held by those of Moycorky, 316 1/2a. land held by those of Balylayn, 40a. land held by certain English and Irish tenants at Old and New Coyllauth, and certain cottars; ….. rent from ‘gavelarii,’ including 110a. land at Matthew’s town(?) held by William le Blund, and 15a. at Dromyn(?) held by the burgesses of Callan; and ….. rent from free tenants(?), including …. at Coillauth held by William de Glo …. Moycorky 12 1/2 carucates of land …. doing suit of court and mill ……. burgages ……. two water-mills …… a fair …..
IRELAND. Similar extent of the lands of Ballycallan, Dammauth, Balydougill and Lethirdan, Thursday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 35 Edw. I.
Balycallan. Three carucates, 107a. demesne land, meadow &c. and 18l. 3s. 11 1/2d. rent, including 2 carucates of land in Coulyssil held by Geoffrey Schortall, rendering 4l. yearly and doing suit at the court of Balycallan and the mill of Kilmanauth, 2 carucates in Damauth held by John de Braham rendering 8l. 18d. yearly and doing suit of court, 5 carucates in ‘le Keppauth’ held by Roger de Pembrok, rendering a sparrow-hawk without suit, a carucate at Balauthcomyn held by William Marcros, the elder, and William his brother, rendering 4l. 12s. yearly and doing suit of court, 24a. land in Seskynythan held by Walter Strik rendering 7s. 6d. yearly and doing suit of court, and a carucate held by Malauthlyn O’Doing(?) for life by the gift of the countess, rendering 1d. yearly without suit.
Dammauth. 163a. demesne land, meadow and pasture in Rogeryston, 153a. in Lyssodam, 2 carucates of land in Tybirkenny, 3 carucates of land in Kendirganyston, Arclan and the land which belonged to the priest (presbiteri), and 120a. of the land which was of John de Braham.
Balydowill. 273a. demesne land, 34s. 8d. rent from free tenants(?), viz.— a carucate of land at ‘le Sart’ held by Robert Schortall, rendering 1lb. pepper yearly, doing suit of court by John Schortall and 40s. royal service, a carucate of land at Balynolan held by John de Kent, rendering 1lb. pepper and doing suit of court and mill, a carucate of land at Boutyston held by Nicholas de Hoo rendering 13s. 4d. yearly and doing suit of court, and a carucate of land at Cromal town held by Master Henry de Raggeleye rendering 20s. yearly and doing suit of court and mill; and a water-mill.
Lathirdan. 69a. demesne land; 58s. 6d.(?) rent from ‘gavelarii’ (named), including 8a. land in Gortruth held by Thomas O’Cudy(?), rendering 2s. 8d. yearly, and 1/2 carucate held by him there for life for 12d. yearly; and 65s. 10d. rent of free tenants, viz.—a carucate of land at ‘le Holdeton’ held by Alan Dounyng, rendering 40d. yearly and …….. Kilkenny(?), and 110a. land at Louanth held by Walter, Robert and William Champeneys, Robert Archebald and ….. rendering 62s. 6d. yearly and doing suit of court.
Perquisites of courts 3s. 6d.
C. Edw. I. Files 128 to 130.

Footnotes

  • 1. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now torn away.
  • 2. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but now missing.
  • 3. See Calendar of Fine Rolls, p. 549.