Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward II, File 42 to 44

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward II, File 42 to 44

538. GILBERT DE CLARE, EARL OF GLOUCESTER AND HERTFORD.
Writ (missing) (? 10 July, 8 Edw. II; see writ to the escheator of Ireland).
SUFFOLK. Inq. …… 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Clare. The castle, with the honour and its members, held of the king in chief, service unknown, including rents of assize in cos. Norfolk and Essex, with ‘scotpany’ and ‘wardpany,’ 37s. from Richard de Bachesworth and Richard de Taleworth for finding a watchman in the castle, pleas and perquisites of the court of the honour of Clare, and of the leets of Denardeston, co. Suffolk, Sharneton, co. Norfolk, Nortone, Wykebergh, Stamburne, Topisfeld, Shaldeford, and Halstede Hurant, co. Essex, Lytlington, Arington, and Bodekesham, co. Cambridge, and Grantesdene, co. Huntingdon, and rents of assize there, and pleas, &c. of the courts of Stamburne, co. Essex, and of Royston (Crucis Roisie), and rents of assize in Abyngtone, Mordon, and Royston.
Clare. Tolls of the fair of Wanteford, rents of assize, pleas, &c.
Clare. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Honedene. The manor (extent given), including a custom called ‘Govelerthe’ similarly held.
Deseninge with Cavenham. The manor (extent given), with marshes at Cavenham and the two parks (?) of Cumbhey and Suthwode with Fens, similarly held.
St. Edmunds with Fornham. A garden and meadow.
Mildenhale. A messuage not built, 8a. land, 7a. pasture, and 12s. 6d. rent, held of the heirs of Robert de Sancto Ivone by service of 2s. 5d. yearly.
Wodehall. The manor with Subyry (extents given), held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Suwaude (extent given), similarly held.
Lakingh[uth]. A messuage, 40a. arable, a fishery in the marsh, rents of 12 herons worth 12s., and 172 sticks of eels worth 21s. 6d. &c. similarly held.
Haverhull. The manor (extent given) held for life, of the king in chief, service unknown; which manor together with the manor of Hersham, co. Essex, he held for life by the demise of John de Ryvers, knight, who held them for life by the demise of the said earl [of Gloucester]; to be held to the said earl for life rendering 30l. yearly to the said John in the castle of Clare, with remainder to the said John for life, rendering 20l. yearly to the heirs of the said earl, with reversion to the said heirs.
If the countess be not pregnant, his next heirs are his sisters, Eleanor the wife of Hugh le Despenser the younger, aged 21 and more, Margaret late the wife of Peter de Gavaston, aged 20, and Isabel late the wife of Thomas de Burgo, aged 19.
ESSEX. Inq. Tuesday after the Assumption, 8 Edw. II.
Great Berdefeld. The manor (extent given), including stallage and toll of of the market, and the farm of the market of Donemowe, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Clarette. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief as of the honour of Boulogne by service of rendering 10l. yearly at the king’s exchequer.
Hersham. The manor (extent given), held for life of the king in chief by knight’s service, by the demise of John de Ryvers, knight, as above (see Haverhull).
Heirs as above, Eleanor aged 22 and more, Margaret 21, and Elizabeth (sic) 19 and more.
HERTFORD. Inq. Saturday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 8 Edw. II.
Staundon. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Popishale. A messuage, 120a. arable, 1a. meadow, 8a. pasture, 6a. wood, 50s. rent of assize, a market, &c. held of the king, as of the honour of Dover, by service of rendering 12d. yearly at the castle of Dover.
Heirs as above, Eleanor aged 25, Margaret 22, and Isabel 19.
SURREY. [Inq.] Friday after St. Giles, 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Blecchingelegh. The manor and borough (extent given), held of (the king) in chief as member of the honour of Clare, service unknown.
Tillingedonne. A capital messuage, 200a. arable, and 12a. boscage, held as member of Blecchinglegh.
Chepstede. A wood, 62s. 5 1/2d. rent of assize, &c. held as member of Blecchinglegh.
Ocham [alias Ockham]. The manor (extent given), held as member of Blecchinglegh.
Effingeham. A messuage, 112a. arable, 4a. meadow, 30a. boscage, 74s. 4d. rent, &c. held as member of Blecchinlegh.
Ticheseye. A capital messuage, 100a. arable, 4 1/2a. meadow, 40a. pasture, 20a. wood, 41s. 2 1/4d. rent, &c. held as member of the honour of Gloucester, service unknown; out of which 10 marks are payable to Biblissa, late the wife of John de Valoynes, for a third part of those lands and of the manor of Ashmere, co. Dorset, by the earl’s writing.
Camerwelle. 69a. arable, rents, works, &c. held of the honour of Gloucester, service unknown.
Heirs as above, Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth late the wife of John de Burgo, all of full age.
SUSSEX. Inq. 12 Oct. 8 Edw. II.
Rutherfeud [alias Rotherfeld]. The manor (extent given), including a free chace, the hundred, and a custom called ‘Swyntyeld,’ held of the king in chief as member of the honour of Clare, service unknown.
Lynetereslonde and Remeslegh. A tenement so called, held of Robert de Bromfeld by service of rendering 21s. 2d. yearly.
Heirs as above, Eleanor aged 22, Margaret 21, and Elizabeth 19 and more.
SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. 14 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Peterfeld [alias Petresfeld]. 6l. 14s. 10 1/2d. rent of assize, toll of the market, perquisites of courts, &c. held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
Mapelderham. 11l. 3s. 7 1/2d. rent, 40s. profit of wood, perquisites of courts, &c. similarly held.
Upclatford. 7l. 10s. 3d. rent and perquisites of courts, similarly held.
Hardebrigg within the New Forest. 26s. 8d. rent, and perquisites of courts, similarly held.
Heir unknown, because it is said that the countess is pregnant.
BERKS. Extent, 5 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defaced.)
Stanford. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Heirs as above, Eleanor, aged 20, Margaret 18, and Isabel 16.
OXFORD. Extent, 4 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Boreford [alias Bureford]. The lordship of the town, including rents from 13 burgesses, market tolls &c., held of the king in chief as parcel of the honour of Gloucester, service unknown; and 10s. rent from Richard, parson of Nether Overton [alias Netherorton].
Heyford ad Pontem. 2s. rent from a view there.
Chadlington. The hundred (extent given), held of the king in chief at fee farm by service of 110s. 2d. yearly.
Heirs as above, of whom the said Isabel is 16.
OXFORD. Extent, 9 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Kaversham. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including 30a. meadow in La Mersche and in the meadow of the abbot of Radeniges, 3a. meadow in Hardyngmed and Thachmed, pasture in La Broke and Fortheye, a wood called Northwode and a wood in Heyle, and 2s. for the ferry of the Thames, held of the king in chief by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
Heirs as above.
HUNTINGDON. Inq. 22 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Sutho Lovetot. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1/3 knight’s fee; and 25s. yearly from a farm of 50a. land in Haylweston.
Great Grantisdene. The advowson of the church.
Heirs as above, Eleanor aged 23, Margaret 22, and Elizabeth 20.
[NORTHAMPTON.] Inq. 9 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Rothwell. A capital messuage, 379a. arable, 68a. 1 1/2r. meadow, 117 1/2a. 1r. pasture, 120a. wood, 2 water-mills, a wind-mill, a horse-mill, rents, &c. the foreign rent of Lichebarowe, the market of the borough let to farm, a fair, a hundred, with certain views, and the pleas and perquisites of the court of Deneford, tenure unspecified.
Heirs as above, Eleanor and Margaret aged 21, and Elizabeth 20.
WORCESTER. Inq. 8 (?) August, 8 Edw. II. (defaced).
Hanlegh [alias Hanlay]. The castle and manor (extent given), including a close within the barton of Blakemor and Hanle, a wood called Clyfhey, a custom called ‘Wodepeny,’ a chace ….. in Malverne, and 8qr. oats from the townships of Caldwelle and Maham for having common in the same chace; out of all which the vicar of Hanle shall receive 100s. yearly by ancient custom and for the repair of the house of the castle.
Bysshelegh. The manor (extent given).
Which manors of Hanlegh and Byschele together with all his lands, &c. in England, were held by the said earl of the king in chief by service of 7 1/2 knights’ fees, but by what the said manors are separately held is unknown.
Heirs as above, Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth sometime the wife of John de Burgo, unless the countess is pregnant.
WILTS. Inq. 18 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Wexcombe. The manor (extent given), with the foreign hundred of Kynewardeston, held at fee farm of the king in chief, pertaining to the earldom of Gloucester, rendering 30l. yearly at the king’s exchequer.
Burghbach Sauvage. The manor (extent given), held of the earl Mareschall, service unknown.
Bedewynde. The borough (extent given), held of the king in chief pertaining to the earldom of Gloucester.
Le Hyde by Domerham. 34s. 4d. yearly from a free tenant.
Loppeshale. 6s. 8d. yearly from a free tenant.
Both pertaining to the said earldom.
Cnouk and Smalebrok. Pleas and perquisites of views of frankpledge.
And earl Gilbert, father of the said earl, granted to Peter de ( (fn. 1) Herunva)l the manors of Cnouk and Ordrycheston for life, after whose death, who has now died, the same ought to revert to the said earl’s heirs.
His sisters Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth are his next heirs apparent and of full age, but whether the countess is pregnant or not is unknown to the jury.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 24 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Ryndecombe. The manor (extent given), held of John de la Mare by service of 2d. yearly.
Heirs as above, aged 22, 20, and 18.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 1 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Campeden alias Campiden. A capital messuage, a water-mill, 92a. arable, 11a. meadow, a pasture, rents, &c. held of the earl of Chester by service of 1/8 knight’s fee.
The jury understand that Maud late the wife of the said earl is pregnant, but if not the heirs are as above.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 20 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Fayreford. The manor (full extent given), including meadows in Grovemed, Clyvemed, Longedole, and Sotheward, pastures at Quere, Wormestall, Corneford, Mercoumbe, Scharpnesse, and La Hulle, and views at Fayreford, Estlech, Alvrynton, Merschton, and Schernecote, held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
Heirs as above.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 15 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Thornbury. The manor and borough (full extent given), including a dovecot and water-mill at Wolford, a water-mill by the Severn, and a pasture called Elonde, held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
Heirs as above.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 6 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Teukesbury. The manor and borough (full extent given), including a fishery in the Severn with a boat, customs called ‘fulstale,’ ‘stallage,’ ‘benerthe,’ and ‘bensede,’ held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
Stoke Archer. A capital messuage, 120a. arable in demesne, 7a. meadow, 2a. pasture, a water-mill, rents, &c. (extent given), including 38s. 2d. rent in Goderinton.
Wodeleyestile. Pleas and perquisites of the foreign court.
Corhs. A chace called the chace of Corhs.
Heirs as above.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 15 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Merlauwe. A manor (extent given), including the advowson of the church, pasture in Wlfmeresfeld, and a fishery in the Thames, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Heirs as above, Eleanor and Margaret of full age, and Elizabeth aged 20.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 24 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Foreign rents and leets:—
Blechele. 2s. rent from John de Grey.
Wolleston manor. 13s. 4d. rent.
Lodegarsale [alias Lutgarshale] manor. 13s. 4d. rent.
Wogeton. 13s. 4d. rent.
Kynebelle, Great Messingden, Horwode, Singleworth and Little Merlawe, Bourton, Langeport, Morton, Achecote, Lethyngboru, Wavenden, Broutchon, Crauleg, Bollebrychull, and Caldecote. Leets worth 55s. 10d.
All held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
[BUCKINGHAM.] [Inq. taken] at Le Byggyghe in Little Brihull . . Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Little Brichull. A manor held of the honour of Dovere rendering 10s. every thirty ……
A wood called Schereveswode with a piece of pasture at Cuttedemulne, held of Nicholas [Ferm]baud by service of 5s. yearly; and a messuage, 334a. land, 18a. meadow, and pastures in the park and in Higefordemore and Wannesgrove, 6l. 7s. rent, pleas of court, &c. And there ought to be paid 16s. 3d. for guard of the castle.
Heirs as above, Eleanor and Margaret of full age, and Elizabeth 20.
BEDFORD. Inq. 18 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Rents, views and courts:—
Rokbusdon, Bideham, Torveye, Holcote and Badeleston. Pleas and perquisites of views and courts, worth 24s. 10d. yearly.
Yueldene. 13s. 4d. rent from Eleanor de Trayly.
All held of the king in chief by knight’s service.
He had no lands in demesne in the county.
DEVON. Inq. 9 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Chetelhampton. The manor (extent given), including a grange, &c. at Wydecome, a wood called Chetelhampholt, and a fishery in the Taw, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Langetrewe. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Wynkele. Pleas and perquisites of the foreign court.
Heirs, Eleanor, Margaret, and Isabel, his sisters, ages unknown.
DORSET. Inq. 24 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Craneborn. The manor and borough (extent given), including woods and pastures in Hallewode, Vellak, the park of Alreholt, Bourewode, Blakedon, and on the hill with West Park, and the foreign hundred, held of the king in chief pertaining to the (earldom) of Gloucester.
Pymperne. The manor (extent given), including a moiety of a certain foreign hundred, similarly held.
Tarente Gundevill. The manor (extent given), similarly held.
Stupel. The manor (extent given), including the foreign hundreds called Roubergh, Haselore and Risshemore, similarly held.
Warham. The borough (extent given), including a fishery, a fair, and toll of the market, similarly held, out of which are paid 7l. 6s. 8d. yearly to the prior of Warham of ancient alms established by the said earl’s ancestors.
Heirs, Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth, his sisters, each aged 16 and more.
DORSET. Inq. 8 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Portlond. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief pertaining to the earldom of Gloucester.
Wyke. The manor (extent given), similarly held.
Weymuth. The borough (extent given), similarly held.
Heirs as above.
LONDON CITY. Inq. held before the king’s escheator at the church of St. Lawrence, Jewry, in the presence of the mayor, aldermen, and other citizens, claiming the liberty of the city from time immemorial and by confirmation of the king and his progenitors, that no justice or other minister of the king, except the justices in eyre and the justices assigned for the gaol delivery of Neugate and for hearing pleas and records at St. Martin’s, ought to execute any office on behalf of the king in the city, Tuesday after All Saints, 8 Edw. II.
Douuegate Ward. Tenements held by divers persons (extent given with names of tenants).
Walebrok Ward. A tenement at Wulchirchehaghe, held by Guytouche, merchant of Lombardy, for life, by the demise of the said earl, rendering 20 marks yearly; and a tenement in Fridaystret, similarly held for life, by Thomas de Copham and Aubrey his wife rendering a rose yearly for all service.
All held by the said earl of the king in chief as burgage of the said city, service unknown.
Heir unknown.
KENT. [Inq.] Friday after St. Matthew, 8 Edw. II.
Thonbrugge. The castle and borough (extent given), including rents of eels, held of the archbishop of Canterbury in chief by service of being steward on the day of his enthronement and doing suit at his court of Otteford once a year.
Dacherst. The manor (extent given), including the views of frankpledge of Hildenne and Suth, and the herbage of the chace of Thon[brugge] in Kent, held of the said archbishop as member of the castle of Thonebrugge. Out of which there are payable to the priory of Thonebrug 6l. 13s. 4d. of yearly alms; to Robert de Haudlo and Simon de Bardenne for land held of them 12s. 4d. yearly; and to the parish church of Thon[brugge] 1lb. of incense price 4d. of yearly alms.
KENT. Extent, Saturday after St. Matthew, 8 Edw. II.
Bradstede. The manor aud borough (extent given), including tenments in Opelonde, and customs of ‘Rostwode,’ ‘Borghyard,’ ‘Medselver,’ ‘Gavelherthe,’ and ‘Benherthe,’ held of the archbishop of Canterbury, as member of the castle of Thonbr[ugge], by service of being butler on the day of the enthronement. Out of which are payable to the abbot of Kayinsham 13s. 4d. yearly of alms; and to the rector of Bradestede 6s. 8d. for tithes of the mill of Bradeste fixed in money from of old.
Edenebrigge alias Edonebrugg. A capital messuage, 124a. arable, 11a. pasture, 10a. meadow, 3s. 2d. rents of tenants and of ‘stretpanes,’ and a fishery in the river (riparia), held of the abbot of Westminster by service of a pair of gilt spurs, 3s. yearly rent, and 1d. of Romescot.
KENT. Inq. Thursday after St. Matthew, 8 Edw. II.
Haudlo. The manor (extent given), held of the archbishop of Canterbury in chief pertaining to the castle of Thonebrugge. Whence are payable to the heirs of Richard de Haudlo for the mill ‘Dering’ 5s. and a plough share, and to John de Pecham 1 1/2d. rent yearly.
Westpecham. The manor (extent given), held of the heirs of John Agulun by service of 1d. yearly.
Swantone. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief of the honour of Gloucester by service of 1/4 knight’s fee. Whence are payable 3 1/4d. for sheriff’s turn.
The court of the honour of Gloucester in Kent is worth 10s. yearly.
Warblyngton. The court is worth 20s. yearly.
KENT. Extent, Wednesday after St. Matthew, 8 Edw. II.
Ealdyng [alias Elding]. The manor (extent given), including woods called Stonhame, Medle, and Brunhelle, 26s. 8d. foreign rent at Brenchisle, rents of eels, ploughshares, hens, eggs, &c., fisheries in Douleswere, Redepole, the Warren, and Kyngtone, and a water-mill, and a water-mill and stallage of the market of Brenchisle, held of the king in chief, as of the honour of Clare, by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
NORFOLK. [Inq.] 1 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Walsingham. The manor (extent given), including Great and Little Walsingham, customs called ‘hirdelsilver,’ ‘harwyngsilver,’ ‘bugag,’ (?) ‘lingpeny,’ and ‘wodelodepeny,’ out of which the prior of Walsingham receives 20s. yearly.
Well[es] and Warham. The manors (extent given).
Brecham. The manor (extent given).
Cremplesham. The manor (extent given).
Wyveton. The manor (extent given).
All held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Heirs unknown.
Aylesham. The manor (extent given); and there is foreign view of frankpledge at Brudal.
Fakenhamdam. The manor (extent given).
Causton. The manor (extent given).
All held of the king, by his gift to the said Gilbert and the heirs of his body with reversion to the king in default of such heirs, service unknown because the said manors are of the king’s ancient demesnes.
Extent or summary of lands &c. specified above. (undated.)
Extent or summary of two parts of the lands &c. of the said earl, now in the king’s hand, viz.—A few of the manors specified above in cos. Gloucester, Northampton, and Dorset, (undated fragment.)
Writ of certiorari super vero valore to Bartholomew de Badelesmere, keeper of castles and all lands in Glamorgan and Morgannou, concerning the castles, manors, advowsons, knights’ fees, &c. held by the said earl, 15 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. 18 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defaced.)
Glamorgan. The county (extent given), held of the king in chief by ancient conquest, service unknown viz.—
Kairdif. The castle, town, and hundred, with its royal liberty (extent given), including fisheries in the river Taaf.
Talevan. The castle.
Lanblethian [alias Lanblevian]. The manor with the town of Coubrugge.
Lanyltwit. The manor with the Welsh country (Patria Walensis) of Ruthin.
Kenefeg [alias Kenefek]. The castle and town, with the Welsh country of Langunyth.
Neeth. The castle and town, with the Welsh country there, together with the lands, &c. sometime of the abbot of Neeth which are in exchange for 100l. rents in Rossouwyn.
Lantrissan. The castle and town, with the Welsh country of Meskyn and Glynrotheny.
Kaerfyly. The castle and town, with the Welsh country of Senghenyth, with a royal liberty.
Raath. The manor (extent given), including an island called Annotesham.
Lekwith. Lands, rents, &c. (extent given), including a moiety of a weir in the water of Ely.
Glamorgan [alias Gloumorgan] County. Rents, &c., 36 3/4 knights’ fees, and lands in Egleskeynore.
The abbot of Neeth receives 20l. 3s. rent of the town of Kaerdif.
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Dynaspowis. 3 1/2 fees held by John de Somery.
Cogan. 2 fees held by John Cogan.
Wrenchestone. 1/2 fee held by Joan de Raleye.
Sullye, Wonfo and Coytchurche. 4 fees held by Reymund de Sullye.
St. Nicholas. 3 fees held by William Corbet.
Penmark. 4 fees held by Henry (?) de Umfranvyle.
Lanririd. 1/2 fee held by Juetta late the wife of William de Kaerdif.
Landoghe and Sayntemariechurche. 1 fee held by Adam le Waleis.
Penthlyn and Lanmyhangel. 2 fees held by John le Norroys.
Landou. 1 fee held by John de Wyncestre.
Lanmays. Two parts of 1 fee held by Reymund de Sullye.
St. Donats. 1 fee held by John de Stratelyngge.
Ogemor. 4 fees held by Henry de Loncastre and Maud his wife.
Lanblethian in Martelmaur. 1 fee held by Reginald de Somerton.
Marcros. 1/2 fee held by David de la Beere; and 1/2 fee held by John de Aune.
Newton Nottasshe. 1/4 fee held by John de Weiles and his parceners.
Lanewye. 1 fee held by the abbot of Morgan in frank almoin.
Costynestone. 1 fee held by Thomas Costyn, with reversion after his death to the said earl and his heirs.
Lanmays. 1/3 fee held by the said Thomas, with the like reversion.
St. Fagans. 1 fee held of the heir of Bevis le Veel, who is in the wardship of Roger Tyrel.
(Unspecified.) ( (fn. 2) Sancta Tatehana.) 4 fees sometime held by Philip de Nerbert, held by John le Norrois, William de Berqeroles, Adam le Waleis, John Joel, and Philip le Flemyng, whereof Richard de Nerbert holds a tenement estimated at 1/2 fee.
Lanhari. 1/2 fee held by Maud late the wife of John Turbervyle.
Lestilbount. 1/2 fee held by William Maylok.
New Castle, 1/10 fee held by Payn Turbervyle.
Coytif. The castle and manor with the royal liberty, held by Payn Turbervyle by serjeanty of hunting (venandi), whereof the lord shall have wardship and marriage.
(Unspecified.) (Avenene. (fn. 2) ) A commote with the royal liberty held by Leysan de Avene, by Welshry (?), whereof the lord of Kaerdif shall have the wardship with the marriage of the heir.
Neeth. The advowson of the abbey.
Morgan. The advowson of the abbey.
Kaerdif. The church with the chapel is appropriated to the abbey of Theukesburi in frank almoin.
(Unspecified.) 22a. land and meadow held by Henry le Chaundeler for life.
Heirs as above.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. 19 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Lanblethian, with the castle of Talevan, and Lanhary. The manor (full extent given) including woods called Kaergriffud, New forest, Old forest with the park, and Little Haywode, and lands at Howardesfeld; out of which the abbot of Neeth receives 23l. 5s. 7 1/4d. rent in part of 100l. rent which he has in exchange for lands &c. in Neeth.
Coubrugge (extent given); out of which the abbot of Neeth receives 14l. 12s. 7 1/2d. rent in part of the said 100l. rent.
Marthelmaur. 1 fee held by Reginald de Somerton.
St. Hilary. 1/2 fee held by Thomas Basset.
Lancovyan. 1/2 fee held by Richard de Nerbert.
Advowsons of churches pertaining to the manor of Lanblethian, viz.—
La Thawe. The advowson of the church.
Lanhari. The advowson of the church.
Llanblethian with the chapel, held by the abbot &c. of Theukesbyri to their own uses.
Lanyltwit and Ruthyn. The manor (full extent given), including a wood called Carthmaylok, and tolls of the ports of Aberthawe, Barri, and Ogemor; out of which the abbot of Neeth receives 25l. 17s. 3/4d. rent in part of the said 100l. rent.
Leswryny. 1 fee held by the heir of Bevis (Bogonis) le Veel, who is in the wardship of Roger Tyrel.
Lanyltwit. 1/6 fee held by Michael Tusard.
Lanyltwit. The church is appropriated to the abbot &c. of Theukesburi in frank almoin.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. . . Sept. 8 Edw. (defaced.)
Kenefeg. The castle, borough &c. (extent given), including the granges of Penuuy[th (?)],. oil, and Portreveshavot; part whereof is assigned to the abbot of Morgan in exchange for tenements at Egloiskeynor and ……..
Langhunith [alias Languineth]. The Welsh country, lands &c. (extent given), including a fishery in the waters of Garwe and Thleweny, and the advowson of the church.
Neth. The country, castle, borough &c. (extent given), the greater part whereof has been burnt by the Welsh since the earl’s death, out of which the abbot of Neeth receives 109s. 2d. rent in part of the said 100l. rent.
Neeth. The manor (extent given), including a wood called Knegh and tenements &c. which the earl had in exchange from the abbot of Neeth, tenements in Rossulyn and the New Grange which were of the abbot of Morgan, and tenements at Tirhendred, fisheries at Glinneth and Glyntaf, tenements at Kilthibebil and la Bruttone, and the advowson of the church.
Heirs as above.
GLAMORGAN. Inq. 25 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defaced.)
Lantrissan. The castle, hundred, and town &c. (extent given), including the whole of the country of Miskyn and Glynrotheni and pleas &c. of the hundred.
Cloune. A messuage, lands, rents, customs, &c. (extent given), including a pasture at Rugoys, pannage of the forest of Glyntaf and in the wood of Haywode, a fishery in the water of Taf, and 4 water mills in Miskyn and in Glynrotheni.
Pentirgh. 20a. land and pasture, rents, a water-mill, &c.
Radur. [The manor], (extent given).
Lantrissan. The advowson of the church.
Senghenyth with Kairfilly. The castle and town (extent given), with pleas &c. of the hundred.
Kairfilly above Kaagh. The manor (extent given), including pastures &c. at Botfordwey, Kuilthinesmor, Caddoceswelle, Bedewas, Leghton, lands &c. at Merthir and Egloswladus, pastures at Kemmer, Rothered, Hendreseysild, Clouckewred, Loynririd, and Werntoym, tenements in Senghenyth and Kairkedok, and water-mills in Kilthigair and Merthir.
Under Kaath, Landivedu. Lands &c. (extent given), including tenements in Maistiralth, Thlanerghfothehog, and Rutheri, a water-mill at Landivedu,’ and pleas and perquisites of the whole country of Senghenyth and of Kairfilli and Whitchurch.
Whitchurch (Album Monasterium). The castle &c. (extent given), including lands at Gruffesmor and beyond the water of Rompney.
Merthir [alias Merfir] and Kilthigair. The advowsons of the churches.
Heirs as above.
[MONMOUTH.] Inq. 31 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
The county of Wenlouk.
Newport (Novo Burgo). The castle and town, with the manors of Stowe, Dyueleis, and Rempney, and the country of Maugh[ay] a member of the county of Wenlok which has a royal liberty, held of the king in chief by ancient conquest, service unknown.
Wenlok [alias Wenthlok]. The county (extent given), including 1a. pasture near the chapel of St. Istan, and 2a. at Brenlowyn [alias Brentlowyn].
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Bassalek. 1 fee held by William de Berqeroles.
Ebboth (?). 1 fee held by Henry de Lancaster and Maud his wife.
Coytkerneu. 1/2 fee held by Jorverd ap Rees.
St. Brides (Sanctam Brigidam). 1/2 fee held by John de Mora.
St. Mellons (Sanctum Melanum). 1/2 fee held by Hugh de Bereford.
Coganesmor. 1/2 fee held for life by Morgan ap Mereudith of the said earl’s gift.
Pencarn. A tenement sometime of the Templars similarly held for life by William de Roseles.
Beganesleye. 1/4 fee held by Meuric ap Jorverd of Kemmeys.
Stowe. The manor (extent given), including a messuage in the borough of Neuport, and a tenant in St. Brides.
Rempny. The manor (extent given), including a pasture called Warth.
Dyueleis. The manor (extent given).
Heirs as above.
Maghay. The castle and country (extent given), including woods called Glynserwy, Glynrempny, and Glynebboth, atoll called ‘Weygavel,’ and lands in Deffrenebboth.
Maghai and Lanmyhangel. The advowsons of the churches.
Malpas (Malo passu). The advowson of the priory.
[MONMOUTH.] Inq. 28 Sept. 8 Edw. II. (defaced.)
Kairlion. The castle and town with the country of Edelegan and Lebennyth (extent given), including a fishery in the Uske between Tredenauk and the weir of Kairlion, and another at la Rokele, held of the king in chief with the royal liberty, service unknown.
Kairlion. The manor (extent given), including lands at Wastacoyt, pastures called Warth and Smalewarth, toll of the boat (de batto) of Kairlion called warnage, and rents of assize in Netherwent, with rent of the fee of Penclau.
Liswiri and Lebennyth. The manor (extent given).
Edelegan. A messuage called Neuhalle, 30a. arable, meadow, pasture, rents, &c. (extent given), including 3l. 7s. of commorth every other year.
Pantek. A messuage, 80a. arable, a water-mill &c. (extent given).
Little Tintern. 17a. land &c. (extent given), with fisheries at Lynwere and Brocwere, and a rent called ‘kilgh.’
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Kemmeys. 1 fee held by Meuric de Kemmeys and Walter de Kemmeys.
Langeston and W[yteston]. 2 fees held by John Bluet.
Seyntebride and Landevenyou. 1 fee held by John de Hunteley.
Wildecrik. 1/4 fee held by Thomas de Wildecrik.
Redcastle (Rubro Castro). 1/2 fee held by Roger Seymor and William Martel.
Iveton. 1/2 fee held by John de Mora and Iseult his wife, and John de Budenweye.
Penclaud. 1/2 fee held by Madoc ap Walter.
Usk. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of Matthew de Uska.
Wondy. 1/2 fee held by Giles de Bellocampo for life.
Salesburi and Multon. Tenements held by the heir of John ap Adam, who is in the king’s wardship.
Wondy and Rogyete. Certain tenants answering pleas of the crown in the court of Kairlyon.
Wondy. The advowson of the church, which the prior of Goldeclyve occupies.
Kemeys. The advowson of the church.
[Trede]nauk. The advowson of the church.
Pantek. The advowson of the church.
…… The advowson ….
Kairlion. The church with the chapel is held by the bishop of Landaff to his own uses; and the prior of Goldeclyve holds …….
Heirs as above.
[MONMOUTH.] Inq. 27 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Usk. The castle and town, together with the site of the castle of Trillec, with the members and tenements given below (extent given), held of the king in chief with the royal liberty, service unknown.
Usk. The manor (extent given), including the New Grange, and lands, pastures, &c. in Warnhir beyond Usk, Pelthenny on this side Usk, Hodelhale, Languvyou, Coyckenur, Argoytwelok, Warthecomb alias Warthacumb, Landesoy, Lanwym alias Lanywym, Neulonde, Trostraxhen (?), Platelonde, Glaspol, by the river Usk, and at Lanpadoc and Pelmoth, and the forestry of Welok, and water-mills at Lanywym and Briavelston, and on the Avon.
Lantrissan. The manor (extent given).
Trillec. The town (extent given), including a castle and 265 burgages.
Trillec. The manor and forest (extent given), including lands at Penargole, Vispol, Penalth, Wytebrok, and Tynterne, 5 water-mills at Trillec, Landissen and Wytebrok, and a certain new borough on the Wye (in Waye).
Troye. The manor (extent given).
Cumkarvan and Leydarch. 824 1/2a. land held by Welsh customers, a water-mill &c. (extent given).
Treygruk. The castle, manor and country, with the royal liberty (extent given), including an alderwood called Wergragan, a beechwood called Payneswode and pastures at Slevarch, Coytked, and Werngregan, held of the king in chief.
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Ragelan. 1 fee held by Ralph Bluet.
Penclau. 1 fee held by Robert [Avenel].
Wolvesneutone. 1/2 fee held by Simon le Botiler and Joan his wife, and Sarra and Wenlian her sisters; and 1/2 fee held by Ralph le Wolf.
Mathenny. 1/2 fee held by John de Knoville.
Warnsti. 1/2 fee held by Roger Cotel.
Lucannouk and Brav[elston]. 1/2 fee held by John Martel.
Trostray. 1/4 fee held by Geoffrey le Marescal.
Hodelhale. 1/4 fee held by Philip ap Eynon.
Kylgoygan. 1/4 fee held by Meuric ap Jevan ap Ernolf.
Brendehyroc, Althebila, and Lanpadok. 1 fee held by the heir of John ap Adam, who is in the king’s wardship.
Little Troya. 1/2 fee held by John Martel.
Talevan. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of John ap Adam.
(Unspecified.) 3 Welsh knights’ fees held by Jorverd Vachn’, John ap Griff,’ and others, and their partners who render no rent but give relief, viz.— 50s. for a whole fee, but their heirs shall not be in wardship nor shall the lord have the marriage of them.
Troye. The advowson of the church, with the chapel of Cwmkarvan in Netherwent.
Landosoy. The advowson of the church.
Treygruk. The advowson of the church.
Landegeveth in the liberty of Treygruck. The advowson of the church.
Uske. The advowson of the priory of nuns.
Heirs as above, Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth the wife of John de Burgo, son of the earl of Ulster.
Extent or summary of the above castles, manors, &c. in cos. Glamorgan and Monmouth.
Writ to the escheator of Ireland, 10 July, 8 Edw. II.
IRELAND. Inq. Friday after St. Nicholas, 8 Edw. II.
Kylkenni. The county with the castles and manors thereto pertaining, held of the king in chief by service of 44l. 8s. 10 1/2d., whenever royal service shall have been proclaimed; and 37s. 2d. rent to William de Sancto Leodag(ario), for certain lands.
Heirs, his three sisters, begotten between Gilbert de Clare his father and Joan his wife, ages unknown because they were born in England.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. to the escheator of Ireland, 13 July, 8 Edw. II.
IRELAND. Extent of knights’ fees and advowsons, Friday after St. Nicholas, 8 Edw. II.
(Unspecified.) 22 1/4 knights’ fees, held as above.
Callan. The advowson of the church.
Kildermoy. The advowson of the church, which cannot be extended because it is amongst the Irish where the whole country is destroyed and burnt.
Writ to the escheator of Ireland to make and send in the above inquisitions without delay, 20 June, 8 Edw. II.
Return. That other fuller inquisitions with particulars of the lands &c. of the county of Kilkenni were returned into the chancery of Ireland more than a year ago, by writ of the said chancery, by which inquisitions the chancellor of Ireland assigned her dower to [Maud] late the wife of the said earl. (Undated.)
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 13 July, 8 Edw. II.
SOMERSET. Inq. Wednesday after St. Kalixtus, 8 Edw. II.
Chefcombe. A moiety held by Hugh de Bello Campo by service of 1/3 knight’s fee; and the other moiety held by Ralph de Stokelynge by service of 1/3 knight’s fee.
Dynyngton. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the heirs of Alexander de la Lynde by service of 1 knight’s fee.
SOMERSET. Inq. Thursday before St. Luke, 8 Edw. II.
Westludeforde. The manor and the advowson of the church, held by William Martyn by service of 2 knights’ fees.
Oppeton Cabocke. Certain lands &c. held by Edward Burnel by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
La Rode. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the heirs of Thomas de Bayouse by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Keyver, The hamlet held by the heirs of John Appadam by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
SOMERSET. Inq. 9 Oct. 8 Edw. II.
Hutton. The manor held by Adam le Walesch by service of 1 1/4 knight’s fee.
Aschcomb. The hamlet held by William Artur by service of three parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Estherpetree. The manor held by the heirs of John ap Adam by service of 2 1/2 knights’ fees.
Wyntred. The hamlet held by Maurice de Berkelee by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Iatton manor. Certain lands &c. held by the heirs of John le Sore by service of 1/8 knight’s fee.
Clywar. Certain lands &c. held by Joan Perceval by service of 1/16 knight’s fee.
Stoke Gyffard. The manor held by the heirs of John Basset, and Richard de Rodeney by service of 1 knight’s fee and three parts of 1 fee.
Keyn[sham]. The abbey with the advowson of the church is (sic) held of the said earl in frank almoin.
Saltford. A moiety of the manor and the advowson of the church, held by Richard de Rodeney by service of 1/2 knight’s fee; and the other moiety held by the heirs of John Basset by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
Northon Marreward. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by the heirs of John le Sore by service of 1 1/4 knight’s fee.
Pobelewe. The manor held by John de Sancto Laudo by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Brystleton. The manor held by John la Warre by service of 2 knights’ fees.
Myggel. The hamlet held by Robert de Aschton by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Emenber’. The manor held by William Tracy by service of three parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Hauletre and Luttleton. The hamlets held by the heirs of John le Sore by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Westharpetree. Certain lands &c. held by the heirs of John ap Adam by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
Fernton. The hamlet held by the same heirs by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Nether Eston. The hamlet held by John de Whyleton by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
SOMERSET. Inq. Tuesday after St. Edmund the Archbishop, 8 Edw. II.
Estone by Portbury. The manor held by Sir Roger Tyrel for life, by the demise of the said earl, for his service.
Byssopisworth. Certain lands &c. held by the heirs of John Appadam by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Bedm(inster). The manor held by Maurice de Berkeley by service of coming to the earl’s court every three weeks.
Tykeham. Certain lands &c. held by William de Bradeford by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Cloptone. The manor with the advowson of the church held by William Artur by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Aystone Dando. Certain lands &c. held by Bartholomew de Grenevyle by service of 1/8 knight’s fee.
Capenor. Certain lands &c. held by John Tylli by service of 1/4 knight’s fee.
Westone. Certain lands &c. held by Simon de Aystone by service of three parts of 1 knight’s fee.
Bacwelle. A moiety of the town and a portion of the advowson of the church, held by the heirs of John le Sor by service of 1/2 knight’s fee; and the other moiety held by Richard de Rodeney by the like service.
Barewe. The manor held by the heirs of John Appadham by service of 1 knight’s fee.
Wynfred. A moiety of the manor with the advowson of the church at alternate presentations, held by the heirs of Edmund Bassett by service of 1/2 knight’s fee; and the other moiety and presentation held by the heirs of John le Sor by the like service.
Bodecombe. Certain lands &c. held by the master of the house of St. John, Bristoll, by service of 1/4 knight’s fee; and certain lands &c. held by John Perceval by the like service.
Raggel. Certain lands &c. held by Herbert de Sancto Quintino by service of 1/2 knight’s fee.
(fn. 3) [SOMERSET. Fershford. The hamlet.
Langerugg. The manor and the advowson of the church. [1/2 knight’s fee held by Adam le Walsh.]
Welewe. The manor with the hundred. [1/4 knight’s fee held by Reginald de Monte Forti.]
Wittokesmead. Tenements, [1/8 knight’s fee held by Elias Cotel; and 1/8 knight’s fee held by Richard de Rodeny.]
Neweton. The manor and the advowson of the church. [1 knight’s fee held by John de Sancto Laudo.]
Inglescombe. The manor. [1 knight’s fee held by Thomas de Gurneye.]
Twiverton. The town. [1 knight’s fee held by Richard de Rodeneie.]
Telsford. A moiety of the town. [1/2 knight’s fee held by John de Umfravyll; and 1/2 knight’s fee held by the heirs of John le Soer.]
Baggerug. Tenements. [1/16 knight’s fee held by the abbot of St. Augustine’s, Bristoll.]
Raddestoke. The manor and the advowson of the church. [1 knight’s fee held by Reginald de Monte Forti.]
Hardington and Wedergrave [alias Wedegrave]. Tenements. [1 knight’s fee held by the heirs of John Soer.]
Babington. The manor and the advowson of the chapel. - - - Middelcote. The hamlet. - - - } [2 1/2 knight’s fees held by the of fee held by the heirs of John ap Adam.]
Saundford [alias Sampford]. The manor with the advowson of the church. [1 knight’s held by the heirs of John ap Adam.]
(fn. 4) [DEVON Heaned. The manor. Byrch. The manor. - - -}[La Heaved and Le Byrche, Suthcote and 1 knight’s fee held by Henry Campo Arnulphitz.]
Wynkelegh Tracye. The manor. South Molton. The manor. } [2 knights’ fees held by William Martyn.]
Womberlegh and Lanteglos. The manor. [16 knights’ fees held by John de Wylinton.]
Bydiford. The manor. - Kilkhampton. The manor. - } [1 1/2 knights’ fee held by Bartholomew de Grevyll (alias de Grenevill).]
Iduslegh. The manor. - Uppecote. The manor. - } [2 knights’ fees held by Reymund de Sulleye.]
Esse Regnie. The manor. [1/2 knight’s fee held by John de Sully.]
Lappaford The manor. - Doune. The manor. - - Northlyu. The manor. - } 5 knight’s fee held by Henry Dumfravyll (alias de Umfravill).]
Brodelyscom. The manor. Lomena. The manor. } [8 and 2 1/2 knights’ fees held by John de Clavyll].
Halberton. The hamlet. [1 knight’s fee held by William de Boys.]
Clist Fomeson and Canon Teng. The hamlet. [1 knight’s fee held by Henry de la Pomeray.]
Kalwodelegh and Boleworthe. The hamlet. [Ralwodelegh (sic) and Blaworth. 1/2 knight’s fee held by John de Ralwodelegh (sic). Calwodelegh. 1/2 knight’s fee held by the heirs of Miles de Calwodeleghe.]
Wynkelegh. The manor. [1/2 knight’s fee held by Philip (alias John) Kaynes.]
Donisbeare. The hamlet. - - - - Wolfardesworthe and Alslond. The hamlet. } [1 knight’s fee held by Richard de Hautenysford.]
Holecombe. The manor. [Holecombe Wermond. 1/2 knight’s fee held by Henry Barry, Richard le Whyte, Elias de Putford, John de Mullond, and John Mosefen.]
Lyu. 1/4 fee. [1/5 knight’s fee held by Guy Brian, and two parts of 1 knight’s fee held by Richard de Merton.
Langatrewe. The advowson of the church.
SUSSEX. Fernthe. The manor. [1/4 knight’s fee held by Robert de Bromfeld.] Rotherfeld. Suit of court.]
DORSET. Inq. 24 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees, viz:—
Deuelisch. The manor held by the heirs of William de Gouiz by service of 1 fee.
Frome Quintyn. The manor with its members held by Herbert de Sancto Quintino by service of 6 fees.
Bakebere. 2 carucates land held by Robert de Bakebere and Gilbert de Castro by service of 1 fee.
Okford Skylling. The manor held by Brian de Turbervyle by service of 4 fees.
Hamme Prestone and Tarente Russeaux, Fernham and Wynterborn, held by Robert de Lucy and John de Gouiz by service of 3 fees.
Fernham. 1 carucate land held by Elias Deverel by service of 1 fee.
Knolton. The manor held by the heirs of Giles de Brewosse by service of 1 fee.
Up Wymborn. The manor held by Edmund le Plecy by service of 1 fee.
Piterichesham and Craneburn. 3 carucates land held by the heirs of William le Frenche, Henry Fiz Elis, and John de Gillingham by service of 1/2 fee.
Wychampton. The manor with its members, held by John Mautravers by service of 5 fees.
Westport by Warham. 1 carucate land held by Edward Kaynel and Amice Danevyle by service of 1/3 fee.
Tarente Gundevyle. 2 carucates land held by the tenants by service of 1 fee.
Pentrich and Sutton Poinz. 1 carucate land held by Hamo son of Richard by service of 1/2 fee.
Russeauston. The manor held by Richard de Clare by service of 1 fee.
Lycchet. The manor with its members held by John Mautravers by service of 6 fees.
Thorncumbe. 1 carucate land held by the abbot of Forde by service of 1/3 fee.
Purbyke. 4 bovates land held by the tenants of Alfrintone by service of 1/12 fee.
Perlyghe. 1 carucate land held by Gilbert de Elsefeld by service of 1 fee.
Mordone. The manor with its members, held by John Clavyle of Mordone by service of 2 1/2 fees.
Advowsons, viz:—
Pymperne. The advowson of the church.
Tarente Gundevyle. The advowson of the church.
Stupel. The advowson of the church.
Knolle. The advowson of the church.
Craneborne. The advowson of the priory which is a cell of the abbey of Tewkesbury.
SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. 18 Oct. 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees &c. viz.—
Penyton. 1 fee held by John de Actone.
Mapelderham. 1/4 fee and a moiety of 1/4 fee held by Henry le Markaunt; and 1/4 fee and a moiety of 1/4 fee held by William Bretoun.
Fordyngbrigge. The advowson of the church, which is held by John de Monte Hermeri by the said earl’s presentation.
WORCESTER. Inq. 8 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Chaddeslegh Corbet. The manor held by Sir William Corbet by service of 1 fee.
Severne Stoke. The manor held by Sir Robert de Clyfford by service of 1 fee, which manor is now in the king’s wardship because the said Sir Robert held of the king in chief by barony.
Eldresfeud. The manor held by Thomas de Berkelegh for 1 fee.
He had no advowsons of churches in the county.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 12 Aug. 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Rydecombe and Hertwyk. 2 fees held by William de la Mare.
Doyngton. 2 fees held by Thomas de Doynton.
Charfeld. Two parts of 1 fee held by Robert le Veel.
Doynton. 1 fee held by Henry de Berkelegh.
Welford, Dudmarton and Estlech. 1 fee held by the heirs of William le Chamberleyn.
Tokynton and Swell. 6 fees held by Hugh le Poinz.
Hampton Meisi. 8 1/2 fees held by Robert de Meisy.
Marsfeld. 1/3 fee held by Richard de Heydone.
Estlech. 1 fee held by Herbert de Sancto Quintino.
Tydrington. 1 fee held by Roger Corbet.
Boketon. 1 1/2 fee held by Anselm de Gurnay.
Fodynton and Northcote. 2 fees, which were of the heirs of William son of John, held by the same Anselm.
Beggeworth. 1 fee held by John Giffard.
Cheldresfeld. 1 fee held by Thomas de Berkeley.
[WORCESTER.] Chaddesle Corbet. 1 fee held by William Corbet.
GLOUCESTER. Walton Keyrdif. 1 1/2 fee held by Paulinus de Keyrdif.
Oxindon and Aston. 1 fee held by William Tuchet.
Kenemerton, Aston, and Bodyndon. 1 fee held by Alice de Bello Campo; and 1 fee in the same towns held by John de Dickelesdon, which the said earl acquired of him to himself and his heirs.
Beggworth. 1/5 fee held by the heirs of William Crupet.
Advowsons, viz.—
Cerne. The advowson of the church.
Ryndecombe. The advowson of the church.
St. Katherine’s Chapel in the court of the lords of Caumpeden. The presentation every fourth time.
Teukesbury. The advowson of the abbey.
BEDFORD. Inq. 18 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Rocbusdone. 1 1/2 fee held by Eleanor de Trayli.
Wroxhull. 1 fee held by the earl of Oxford.
Bydenham and Holcote. 2 fees held by Eleanor de Trayly.
Torveye. 1 fee held by the same Eleanor.
Yueldene. 1 fee held by the same.
Chelvynctone and Hynewyk. 1 fee held by the same.
Podesgrave. 1 fee held by Geoffrey de Lucy.
Badeleston. 1 fee held by Nicholas Frembaud.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 24 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees &c., viz.—
Kynebelle. 3 fees held by the earl of Oxford.
Whytecherch. 1 fee held by the same earl.
Cobelyngton. 2 fees held by Desiderata de Lucy.
Stiueclegh. 1/2 fee held by Bartholomew de Bourghassh.
Horwode. 1/4 fee held by Hugh de Bradwelle.
Syngleborwe and Little Merlawe. 1 fee held by John de Cromwelle.
Bockyngham. 2 fees held by John son of Giles de Breowse.
Bourton. 1/2 fee held by Walter Fouke.
Langeport. 1/2 fee held by Richard de Langeport and the abbot of Oseney.
Morton. 1/2 fee held by the same abbot and John de Morton.
Hyldesdone. 1/2 fee held the earl of Oxford.
Achecote and Lethyngbourgh. 1 fee held by Roger de Englefeld.
Esyngton. 1 fee held by Gilbert de Sancto Audoeno.
Chylton. 1 fee held by Roger de Hamdene; and 1/2 fee held by John Peyvre.
Dortone. 1 fee held by John de Bermingham.
Wottone. 2 fees held by Richard le Warde and Richard de Greneville.
Wavyndon. 1 fee held by William Passelewe as of the honour of Clare; 1/2 fee similarly held by John Peyvre; and 1/4 fee similarly held by the abbot of Woubourn.
Brouthon. 1 fee held by the earl of Oxford.
Craule. 1 fee held by John son of Nigel.
Blechele. 1/4 fee held by John de Grey.
Bollebrichulle and Caldecote. 1 fee held by Nicholas Frembaud.
Merlawe. The advowson of the church.
KENT. Inq. Saturday after St. Matthew, 8 Edw. II. (defective.)
Knights’ fees, viz.—
Mereworthe, Oldehaye, and Clive. 2 fees held by Sir John de Mereworthe.
Mereworthe. 1/3 fee held by Henry de Leybourne.
Netlestede, Peapingbery, Backelonde, and Helthe. 2 fees held by Philip de Pimpe and Thomas le Gegge.
Tremworthe and Canterbury. 1 1/2 fee held by Sir Hugh Despenser.
Vielistone. Three parts of 1 fee held by John de Vyelistone.
Vyelistone and Witthon, Peneshurst and Chidyngstone. 1/4 fee held by John de Coppeham.
Elteham. 1/2 fee held by Sir Gilbert de Vesci.
Helteham. 1/2 fee held by John de Haule, whence the prior of the Hospital of St. John has 26s. rent by the gift of Sarra de Polstede.
Meletone and Wyelmestone. 1 fee held by William de Sevance.
Hardres, Stellynge, Hert Aungre, and Berefreistone. 1 1/2 fee held by Robert de Hardres.
Crundale, Hechyndenne, Beatrichesdenne, and Cranebroke. 1 fee held by Sir John de Haudlo.
Dittone, Ciflatone, and Bramptone. 1 1/4 fee held by Ralph de Dittone.
Wygeberghe. 2 fees held by William de Sevance.
Cluse (and) Edheldestone. 1/2 fee held by Sir John ate Welle.
Dodyndale. 1/4 fee held by John Polre; and 1/3 fee held by Robert de Grauncurt, John son of John de Bullynge, John Springe, John Baukyn, Walter de la Haye, Thomas de Bullynge, John Leger (and) John son of Richard de Bullynge.
Scheldwych. 1/3 fee held by Sir Bartholomew de Badelismer and Laurence de Huntyngfelde.
Le Blee. 1 1/2 fee held by the same Bartholomew, and the prior of St. Gregory, the brethren and sisters of the hospital of St. James, and the master of the hospital of Estbrugg, Canterbury.
Holeford. 1/4 fee held by Sir Hugh Despenser, Sir John de Haudlo, and Simon Colebraund.
Pepyngbery, 1/4 fee called Henherst held by Thomas Colpeper.
Lokedale and Well’. 1/2 fee held by William de Lidle.
Chekeselle, Pettes, and Ranecumbe. 1 fee held by William de Ore.
Hosmondenne. 1/2 fee held by Sir Richard de Rokisle.
Newecurt. 1/4 fee held by the same Sir Richard.
Craungebery. 1/4 fee held by William de Bramtone.
Pimpe. 1 fee held by Philip de Pimpe.
Henherst. 1/2 fee held by Gilbert de Henherst and John son of William Gerveys.
Eastbarmyng. 1/2 fee held by Roger de Kent; and 1/2 fee held by John son of Thomas de Barmyng.
Brenchysle. 1/2 fee held by Richard de Knolle.
Thon[ebrugge?] 1/2 fee held by Roger de Bardenne.
Haudlo. 1/2 fee and 1/10 fee held by John de Pecham; 1/2 fee held by John Fromond; 1/6 fee held by John de Tetlyngebery; 1/5 fee held by Thomas Fromond; 1/6 fee held by Richard de Bromfelde; 1/8 fee held by Hugh de Caustone and William Fronkeleyn; and 1/6 fee held by Richard ate Berne and William the baker (Pistor) of Pecham.
La Legh. 1 fee held by George Chanu.
Yemsfelde. 1 fee held by Alice de Columbers.
Thonebrugge. 1/2 fee held by [the prior of Thone]brugge and John de Bardenne.
(fn. 5) [Hardres. The advowson of the church.
Coudenne. The church.
Thonebrugge. The advowson of the priory.]
LONDON. Inq. made at the church of St. Lawrence, Jewry, on Tuesday after All Saints, 8 Edw. II, in the presence of the Mayor, Aldermen &c. claiming the liberty of the city &c.
Fees and advowsons, viz:—
All Hallows the Greater at Le Heywharf. The advowson of the church.
OXFORD AND BERKS. Inq. 6 July, 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees &c. viz.—
OXFORD. Fynemere. 1 fee held by Osbert de Fynemere as of the manor of Caversham.
Heyford and Hampton Gey. 1 1/2 fee held by the heirs of William de Campo Arnulphi.
Bureford. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Geoffrey de Fanecourt.
[BERKS.] Deynchesworth and Padeworth. 1 fee held by Aymer (Almericus) Feteplace of the manor of Caversham.
Hanneye. 1/4 fee held by Hugh de Sancto Mauro.
Wyttenham. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Robert de Saunford.
[OXFORD.] Shiplake. 1/2 fee held by Roger de Sheplake.
[BERKS.] Hanneye. 2 fees held by the heirs of the earl of Oxford of the manor of Caversham; and 1 fee held by the heirs of William de Ripariis.
[OXFORD.] Caversham. The advowson of a little chapel upon the great bridge of Caversham.
BERKS. Stanford. 1/8 fee held by Thomas atte Wyke.
Stanford. The advowson of the church.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. 10 Sept. 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees &c. viz..—
Deneford. 1 fee held by John de Tolthorp, William de Polteney, John de Beruby and Robert de Bereghby.
Thrapstone, Deneford, and Ryngstede. 1/2 fee held by John Spygurnel, Nigel de Kenelyngworthe and Simon de Greylond.
Middelcotes. 1/2 fee held by Maud daughter of Nicholas de Segrave and Richard Bydom [alias Bydun].
Wylewenecotes. 1/40 fee held by Richard Chaumberleyn; and 1/40 fee held by Ralph de Normavile.
Barton, Raundes, and Craneford. 2 fees held by Joan Chaumbernon.
Burton and Thyngden. 1/4 fee held by the abbot of Croxton.
(Unspecified.) 1/20 fee held by Hugh Daundelyn.
Lofwyk and Stanerne. 1/2 fee held by John de Chetyndon and Henry Deen.
Glapthorn. 1/4 fee held by Duncan de Fif.
Tanneshore. 1 fee held by Ralph de Camoys, John Gyffard, Thomas de Bray, Elias de Tyndale and Robert Porthors.
Barton. 1/8 fee held by Nicholas de Segrave.
Wodeford. 1/2 fee held by Eleanor de Trayly.
Raundes. 1/2 fee held by the same Eleanor.
Clendon. 1/6 fee held by Richard son of Warin de Clendon.
Rothewell. 1 fee held by William la Zouche; 1/4 fee held by Hugh Wake; and 1/2 fee held by Thomas le Latimer.
Heyford. 1/5 fee held by Richard de Flore.
Drauhton. 1/4 fee held by Simon Malore.
Navesby. The advowson of the church.
Rothewell. The advowson of a certain house of nuns or sisters.
SURREY. Inq. Friday after St. Giles, 8 Edw. II.
Knights’ fees of the honour of Clare, viz.—
Schaldesford and Aldefeld. The manors held by Sir Robert de Monte Alto and Emma his wife by service of 1 fee.
Wodetone. The manor held by Sir William le Latymer by service of 1 fee.
Wautone. The manor held by Sir John, bishop of Bath and Wells, by service of 1 fee.
Boclonde. The manor held by Sir Guy Ferre by service of 1 fee.
Tanrugge, Northtaleworth, and Ockelegh. The manors held by Thomas de Warblentone by service of 3 1/2 fees.
Le Northbury in Mickelham. The manor held by William Husee by service of 1/2 fee.
Stokes, Fechham, and Aldebury. The manors held by John Abernoun by service of 4 fees.
Wodemersthorne. The manor held by William Inge by service of 1 fee.
Taleworthe. The manor held by Herbert de Borhunte of his wife’s inheritance by service of 1/3 fee.
Herewaldesle. The manor held by Walter Borgeis by service of 1/3 fee.
Longeduttone. The manor held by the prior of Bisschopsegate by service of 1/4 fee.
Talesworth. The manor held by the prior of Mertone by service of 1/4 fee.
Chellesham and Warlyngham. The manor held by Walter de Codeston and Joan his wife by service of 3 fees.
Farlegh, Maldon, Chissyndon, and Thorncrofte. The manors held by the scholars of Merton, Oxford, by service of 4 fees.
Pirefrith. The manor held by Sir John de Drokenesford, bishop of Bath, by service of 1/2 fee.
Waleton by Tamys. A moiety of the manor held by Sir Walter de Langetone, bishop of Chester, by service of 1/4 fee.
Apse. The manor held by Ralph de Hevre by service of 1/2 fee.
Hemstede by Dorkyng. The manor held by Agnes de Badeshull by service of 1/4 fee.
Totynge and Stretham. The manors held by the prior of Okebourne by service of 1 fee.
Knights’ fees of the honour of Gloucester, viz.—
Werplesdon. A moiety of the manor held by Roland de Wykeford by service of 1/2 fee; and the other moiety held by Mary de Wyntershull by service of 1/2 fee.
Loslee. The manor held by Robert le Deol by service of 1 fee.
Bourgham. The manor held by John de Wyntreshull by service of 1 fee.
Rutherhuth. Lands &c. held by Sir John, bishop of Bath, by service of 1/2 fee.
Camerwell. Certain lands &c. held by Sir John Abel by service of 1/4 fee; and certain lands &c. held by the prioress of Halewell and Stephen de Bokewell by service of 1/3 fee.
Tichese. The manor, and certain lands &c. in Camerwell, held by Sir John de Ovedale and Sir John de Horne by service of 2 fees.
Micham. Certain lands &c. held by the prior of Merton by service of 1/4 fee; and certain lands &c. held by the prior of Suthwerk by service of 1/4 fee.
Advowsons, viz.—
Blecch(ingele). The advowson of the church.
Chepstede. The advowson of the church.
Tychese. The advowson of the church.
Ockam. The advowson of the church.
NORFOLK &c. Inq. 26 Aug. 8 Edw. II. (defective and defaced.)
Knights’ fees pertaining to the castle and honour of Clare in divers counties, viz.—
NORFOLK. Shuldham, Wyrham, and Stoke. 1 1/2 fee held by [the prior of] Shuldham.
Bichamwelle, Caldecote, Fordham, Upwell and Outewell, Wyrham, [C]remplesham, Bekeswell, and Derham. 1 1/4 fee and 1/16 fee held by Robert Belet.
Bertone Benedich. 1 fee held by Hugh de Scales.
Cremplesham. 1/2 fee held by William de Bereford and the heirs of Walter Davy.
Paneworth, Asle, Saham, Stokeferie, Derham Abbots, [Heveringland, Estmore], Dunham Market, Nortone, Botone, and Westfeld. 4 fees held by Petronilla de Nareford.
Bertone and Shengham. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of William de Bertone.
Ineshawe. 1/2 fee held by Michael de Ponynges.
[Gristone] and Walsingham. 1/2 fee held by John de Griston.
Brethenham and Reshworthe. 1/2 fee held by William de Brethenham and John de Brokedisch.
Brethenham, Shadewell, and Reshworth. 1/2 fee held by Robert Bainerd [alias Baignard] and other tenants.
Heveringlond, Norwyk, Whytewell, [Baldeswell], Refham, and Wychingham. 4 fees held by Roger de Gyney.
Great and Little Walsingham, and Berstone [alias Birstone]. 1 1/2 fee held by William de Hadeshaw, Hamo Mundi, and John de Flore.
Sharneton, Bathele, and Gunthorp. 1/4 fee held by John de Brougthon [alias de Broghton].
Gunthorp and Bathele. 1 fee held by Ralph le May and John Avenel.
Brecham and Great Ringestede. 1/4 fee held by Edmund Tibi.
Old Bokenham, Ringestede, and Holm. 1/4 fee held by Matthew de Cacchevache.
Holm and Ringestede. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of William de Beaumond.
Carleton, Taseburg, Asheby, and Thweyth. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Oliver Wyth.
Hunstanstone, Walepol, and Waltone. 1 fee held by William Lovel.
Little Ringestede. 1/2 fee held by Richard de Boiland; and 1/2 fee held by John de Boiland.
Salle and Dallinge. 1/4 fee held by the prior of Walsingham.
Wyveton, Snyterle, Cleye, Reynham, Wychingham, Stivekeye, and Greyneston. 2 fees held by William de Brunne.
Stivekeye, Welles, and Warham. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Geoffrey Est.
Middeltone, Wygynhale, Tylneye, Clenchwarton, Sechi, Satelbowe, Suthlynn, West Wynch, and Herdewyk. 1 fee held by Thomas de Warblyngtone.
Ingworth. 1/2 fee held by Peter de Brampton and Henry de Colby.
Little Kerebroke. 1/2 fee held by Aymer de Valencia.
Westone, Attlebrigge, Helmyngham, and Ringlond. 1 1/2 fee, of the fee of Inglefeld, held by Adam de Lyons
Estlyngmere, Elsinge, Geist, Geystweyth, Lyneford, and Twyford. 2 1/2 fees held by Richard Folyot.
Letheringsete, Stivekeye, Bodham, Dallinge, and Warham. 1 1/2 fee held by Petronilla de Nareford and the heirs of Thomas Bacun.
Bynetre, Norton, and Twynelthorp. 1 fee held by Roger de Bynetre and his parceners.
Stratton and Hevingham. 1/2 fee held by Henry le Cat.
Letheringsete [alias Litheryngsete], Wodedallinge, and Hevingham. 2 1/2 fees held by Thomas Jordan of Letheringsete.
Little Stratton and Hevyngham. 1 fee held by the heirs of Bartholomew Hauteyn, William de Merkeshale and Reginald de Refham.
Swenyton, Wychyngham, Alderford, and Plumstede. 1/2 fee held by Alan Houel.
ESSEX; NORFOLK. Dunmawe, Finchingfeld, Laccheleye and Bolemere, co. Essex, and Penesthorp, Cleye, Threxstone, Buketon [alias Boketone], Stivekeye, West Wynch, Clenchwarton, Wygenhale and Fordham, co. Norfolk. 12 1/4 fees held by Simon son of Richard.
SUFFOLK; ESSEX. Chippeleye, Cloptone, Wyveleshey and Denardestone, co. Suffolk, and Borle, Gelham, Barewe, Topesfeld and Ovyton, co. Essex. 5 1/2 fees held by Walter son of Humphrey.
SUFFOLK. Gaysele, Bradeleye, Hornyngeserth, Wytherisfeld, and Rede. 1 3/4 fee held by John de Hastinges.
Gaysele. 1/2 fee held by Robert de Abethorp.
Helmyngham. 1/4 fee held by Roger de Cressi.
Wrottynge and Wytheresfeld. Three parts of 1 fee held by Wiliiam de Ormesbi.
Stanesfeld, Boxsted, Stoke, and Little Bresete. 1/4 fee held by Petronilla de Nareford.
Great Bures. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Peter Silvestre.
Tudenham and Haukedene. 1 fee held by Thomas de Burgo.
Westle. 1/2 fee held by Aymer de Valencia.
Gaysele. 1/2 fee and 1/8 fee held by Robert de Haustede; and 1/2 fee and 1/6 fee held by William de Haustede.
SUFFOLK; CAMBRIDGE; ESSEX. Horsham, Haverhill, Wytheresfeld, Horseth, Denardeston, and Rede. 4 fees held by the heirs of John de Bailiol.
SUFFOLK. Cavenedisch, Denardestone, Haukedone and Stanesfeld. Three parts of 1 fee held by John de la Kersenere.
Cavenedisch. 1/4 fee held by Richard de Cornerth.
Gaysele. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Roger de Dalham.
Bolileye by Clare, Stoke [Boyton], Stanesfeld, and Mildenhale. 1/2 fee held by John le Botiler.
Honedene. 1/4 fee held by Richard son of Angot (?); and 1/4 fee held by [Hugh Sorel].
Great Wal[dingfeld]. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of Ralph de Berners.
SUFFOLK; ESSEX. Cavenedisch and Clare, co. Suffolk, and Bulmere, co. Essex. 1 fee held by Richard de Cornerth.
SUFFOLK; NORFOLK; ESSEX. Cavenedisch, Bures, Cornerth, Burstall, Waldingfeld, Illegh, Prestone, Brethenham, Lelesey, Grotone, Swynelond, Thorp, Ketel[berstone], Cokefeld, and Whatefeld, co. Suffolk, Resheworth, co. Norfolk, and Twynsted, co. Essex. 1 fee held by Robert Maudut.
[SUFFOLK.] B[adele], Brokis, Prestone, Ringesele, Whatefeld, Gypewich [alias Gyppewych], Clare, Beresholt, Waldingfeld, and Burstall. 4 1/2 fees held by William de Badele.
SUFFOLK. Thritton and Thorp. 1/2 fee held by the earl of Oxford.
Ash, Cotton and Hemmyngsted, Fornham, and C[lare.] 1/2 fee held by Thomas le Arblaster [alias le Alblaster] and the heirs of Hugh son of Adam.
Bertone and Heringwell. 1 fee held by Robert de Sancto Ivone.
Floketone. 1 fee held by Giles de Wachisham.
SUFFOLK; ESSEX. Dalham, Elvedone, Bures, Little Bradeleye, Clopton, G[estnyngthorpe], Bosham, Madewell, Hertherst and Middelton. 5 1/2 fees held by Gilbert Pecche.
SUFFOLK. [Priditon.] 1/3 fee held by the heirs of Abel de Sancto Martino.
Cokefeld. 1/2 fee held by Adam de Colecestre.
[Haukeden.] 1/2 fee held by John de la Kersenere [alias de la Kersonere].
Brocleye. 1/20 fee held by John de Crammavill.
Wachesham, Meleford and Bures. 1 fee held by Peter [de Taleworth].
L[elesey]. 1 1/6 fee held by the heirs of Roger Appelgar.
Cavenham. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of Roger de Quyncy.
Cheteberg and Livermere. 1 fee held by William de Neketon and [Thomas de Livermere], whereof Thomas de Lyveremere [alias de Leveremere] holds a moiety.
[Brockele. 1/2 fee] held by Giles de Badekesmere.
SUFFOLK; NORFOLK. Otteleye, Helmyngeham, Kellyngge, Ash, and C[reytingham]. 1 3/4 fee held by the heirs of Henry de Hastinges, of the honour of Gloucester.
[Multon.] 2 fees held by John de Aygneus, and the heirs of Robert de Cokefeld, of the said honour.
ESSEX. Little Samford. 1/2 fee held by Richard son of William.
SUFFOLK; MIDDLESEX; ESSEX. Little Samford, Herefeld, Chaure, Cornerth, Sayham, Cavendisch, Bachesworth, and Kirketon. 14 fees held by Richard de Taleworth, Roger de Bachesworth, and the heirs of A[lan de Clare].
[ESSEX.] Halstede Beauchamp. 1 fee held by the heirs of [Abel de Sancto Martino].
Halstede. 1 fee held by Giles de Badelismere.
Creppinge. Two parts of 1 fee held by the heirs of [Hugh de Creppyng].
Langham. 1 fee held by Hugh de Nevill.
SUFFOLK; ESSEX. Pebeners, Finchingfeld, Waldingfeld, Bulemere, Hecham, Alwarton, Stanesfeld, Todenham, and Poselingworth. 3 fees and three parts of 1 fee held by [William son of Ralph].
ESSEX. Thaxsted. 1 fee held by the heirs of Richard Beaucoudre.
Thaxted [Chaure, and Brokysheud]. 3 fees held by the heirs of Walter de Clare.
Thaxted. 1/2 fee and 1/4 fee held by the heirs of Angot de Cornerth, and the heirs of Thomas son of Stephen.
( (fn. 6) Little Wykberg and?) Topisfeld. 2 1/2 fees held by [Richard] son of Guncelin, and the heirs of Robert de Cammays.
[Bounsted.] 1 fee held by Simon de Henham.
Lammersh and Alfameston. 1/4 fee held by the prior of Colne.
Berdefeld Salynge. [1/10] fee held by the heirs of Geoffrey le Botiller.
SUFFOLK. Bur(es). 1/3 fee held by the heirs of Geoffrey Baldewyne.
ESSEX. Berdefeld Salynge. 1/2 fee held by [the heirs of Wymer] de Offynton.
Thaxsted [and Finchingfeld]. 1 1/2 fee held by John de Pecham and Richard de Cornerth.
Little Wykeberg. 2 fees held by Robert de Cevanz [alias de Cevantz].
[ESSEX;] HERTFORD. Aungre, Faukeburne, Waude, Norton, Saham, Donmawe, Oveseye, Rothinge, and Wylinghal. 10 1/4 fees held by the countess of Gloucester.
ESSEX; SUFFOLK. Gestnyngthorp and Cokefeud. 1 fee held by John Botetourte.
[ESSEX.] Stamburne. Three parts of 1 fee held by the heirs of [Richard de Grenevill and Paulinus Payvre].
Topisfeud. Three parts of 1 fee held by the heirs of Thomas de Bayouse.
Shaldeford. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Hamo son of Richard.
[SUFFOLK; ESSEX.] Poselingworth, Schellegh, [and Willinghale]. 1/2 fee held by Richard de la Rokele.
[ESSEX.] Braxsted. 1/2 fee held by Simon son of Richard.
HERTFORD; SUFFOLK. [Mimmes], Bygrave, and Denardestone. [3 fees] held by Richard de Someri.
SUFFOLK; ESSEX. Balyngworth, Waude, Waldingfeld, Derneford, Braham, Isham, Bridebrok, Herlawe, Foxhole, and Ingham. 5 fees held by Robert de Hastinges.
NORFOLK. Whytewell. 1/2 fee held by William de Whytewell.
SUFFOLK. Braham and Bromleye. [2 fees] held by William de Braham.
[HERTFORD; BEDFORD.] Hinxtworth, Clothale, and Edeneworth. 1/8 fee held by Richard de Melcleye.
NORFOLK. Banham, Folesham, and Wodenorton. 1 fee held by William le Mareschal.
ESSEX. Eppingethorp. 2 fees held by [Robert le Brus].
Gynge Monteneye. 1/2 fee held by Hamo Chevere.
SUFFOLK. Barewe. 1/6 fee held by John de Cretynge.
[ESSEX.] Bursted. 1/2 fee held by the abbot of Stratford.
Rammesdene and Creye. 1/2 fee held by Simon de Creye.
SUFFOLK; HERTFORD [; BEDFORD]. [Waldy ……], Derneford, Hinxteworth, Eddeworth, and Clothale. [1/2 fee] held by the earl of Oxford.
HERTFORD. [……..] Three parts of 1 fee held by the heirs of Robert de Barneville.
Staundon. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Robert Bertram; [1/2 fee] (and?) 1/10 fee held by Thomas son of Stephen; 1/10 fee held by Richard Dyn; 1/7 fee held by …… Dun; and 1/4 fee held by the heirs of Nicholas Pecche.
CAMBRIDGE. Orewell and Arnyngton. 2 fees held by the heirs of the earl of Winchester.
Harleston ….. held by the heirs of Roger de Huntyngfeld.
Lytlington. 1/4 fee held by the heirs of John Hobrigge.
HUNTINGDON. Great Grantesdene. 1/2 fee held by [Warin de Bassyngeburne] and William Waleys.
Wolveley. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Robert Grimbaud.
Great Grantesdene. 1/2 fee held by Adam Gerebaud, and the heirs of Ralph Tyrel.
Grafham. [1/2 fee] held by John Engayne.
CAMBRIDGE. Lytlyngton. 1/2 fee held by the heirs of Hamo de Valeyns.
Bodekesham. 1 fee held by [the heirs of John de Borsle] and William son of Martin.
HUNTINGDON. Sautre and Papworth. 1 1/4 fee held by [Regin]ald de Beauveys.
Grafham, Orford, Hemmyngford and Thernynge. [A third] part of 1 fee held by Berengarius [le Moigne].
[Wynewyk.] 1 fee held by Greylaund de Bouerous.
Stilton. 1/9 fee held held by Richard de Hemmyngton.
[NORTHAMPTON.] [Ysham. 1/2 fee] held by William Pyel.
[NORTHAMPTON.] Pokesbrok, Thernynge and Clyptone. 1 fee held by the abbot of Peterborough (de Burgo).
[HUNTINGDON.] Stilton. 1/2 fee and 1/8 fee held by [the prior of Bisshemede].
[HUNTINGDON.] [Waleton.] Two parts of 1 fee held by Richard de Beynvill; and 1/3 fee held by Thomas de Beynvill.
[HUNTINGDON.] Fakesworth. [1 fee] held by Walter de la Huse.
[NORTHAMPTON.] Clopton. 1 fee held by the abbot of Thorneye.
LINCOLN. Bracebrigge and Skellynghop. 2 fees held by [Hugh Wake].
Little Kyma. 1 fee held by Philip de Kyma.
Tawelle. 1 1/2 fee held by William de Tawell; and 1/4 fee held by Geoffrey de Appelby.
Neither the said earl nor his ancestors took anything of these fees except by reason of wardship, and scutage when granted throughout the realm.
Advowsons, viz.—
SUFFOLK. Stoke by Clare. The advowson of the priory.
HUNTINGDON. St. Neots. The advowson of the priory.
Hunt[ingdon]. The advowson of the priory.
HERTFORD. Royston (Crucis Rois’). The advowson of the priory.
CAMBRIDGE. Angleseye. The advowson of the priory.
NORFOLK. Walsingham. The advowson of the priory.
St. Wynewaloy. The advowson of the priory.
SUFFOLK. Brethenham. The advowson of the church.
Stanesfeld. The advowson of the church.
Subyri. The advowson of the chapel of St. Sepulchre.
CAMBRIDGE. Lytlington. The advowson of the church.
ESSEX. Dunmawe. The advowson of the church.
NORFOLK. Shengham. The advowson of the church.
Bichamwelle. The advowson of the church.
Bertone. The advowson of the church of St. Andrew.
Caldecote. The advowson of the church.
Brecham. The advowson of the church.
Welles. The advowson of the church.
Warham. The advowsons of the churches of St. Mary and All Saints.
Caustone. The advowson of the church.
Fakenham. The advowson of the church.
Puudyngnorton by Fakenham. The advowson of the church.
HUNTINGDON. Grantesdon. The advowson of the church.
Neither the said earl nor his ancestors took anything of the said priories in time of vacancy, but the convents of those houses shall seek licence to elect their prior.
Extent or summary of some of the knights’ fees and advowsons specified above (defective).
Writ of scire facias to warn the archbishop of Canterbury to send someone to be present in the chancery on the morrow of St. Nicholas next at the assignment of dower to Maud late the wife of the said Gilbert, out of the lands which are in his custody, 18 Nov. 8 Edw. II.
Writ to Hugh le Despenser the younger, who had married Eleanor one of the sisters of the said late earl, to surrender without delay to the king’s escheator the castle and honour of Tonebrigge, which he has seized, until it shall be ascertained whether Maud late the wife of the said earl is pregnant as stated in the inquisitions, 20 May, 8 Edw. II.
Writ to John de Penrith, John de Haudelo of Stretham, and Walter Haket, knights, and to all others in the castle of Tunbrigge to the same effect, 20 May, 8 Edw. II.
Writ to the escheator to go in person and take the said castle and honour into the king’s hand, 20 May, 8 Edw. II.
Return by the escheator that he delivered the above writs to the said Hugh and John &c. and demanded livery of the castle, which they altogether refused; and that in the presence of witnesses he placed his hands on the wicket by way of taking seisin, but that they were removed by the said Hugh and John &c. who raised the drawbridge, so that he could not enter the castle. But in words he seized the castle, and he took the borough and foreign lands of the honour into the king’s hand without impediment (undated).
Writ of privy seal to the council, reciting the entry by force of Hugh le Despenser the younger into the castle of Tonebrigge, and requiring them to ordain speedy remedy and punishment for the outrage, 21 May, 8 Edw. II. (French.)
Writ of privy seal to the same to the same effect, with news that the escheator has been refused entrance, 22 May, 8 Edw. II. (French.)
Writ of scire facias to the escheator, upon the petition of Hugh le Despenser the younger, asserting that the time had long passed and Maud late the wife of the said earl had not borne (a child), to warn Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth, sisters and next heirs of the said earl, to be in the chancery on Monday the morrow of St. Margaret next, 25 June, 8 Edw. II.
Return to the above writ that the escheator has done accordingly.
Writ to the sheriff of Kent to distrain Robert de Haudle [alias de Haudlo] and John le Clerk by all their lands and goods to answer before the king and council on the morrow of St. Margaret next for the seizing of the castle of Tonbrugge and other enormities, 6 July, 8 Edw. II. Endorsed with names of manucaptors &c.
Letter of attorney of Eleanor the wife of Hugh le Despenser the younger, appointing Henry de Gerston her attorney to receive her pourparty of the inheritance of Gilbert de Clare sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, her brother (undated).
Similar letter of Margaret de Gavaston, countess of Cornwall, appointing John Waldeschef her attorney (undated).
BERKS. Inq. taken at Wallingford, 8 Aug. 9 Edw. II.
Sir Gilbert de Clare the elder, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, espoused Lady Joan daughter of the late King Edward, of whom he begat Gilbert the late earl, Eleanor the wife of Hugh le Despenser the younger, Margaret late the wife of Peter de Gavaston, and Elizabeth late the wife of John de Burgo; and thus the said Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth are sisters and heirs of the said earl, and the said Elizabeh is 17 and more.
NORFOLK. Inq. taken at Bishop’s Lenn, 5 Aug. 9 Edw. II. To the same effect, Eleanor aged 22, Margaret 20, and Elizabeth 18.
HERTFORD. Inq. taken at Staundon on Sunday after the Gule of August 9 Edw. II. To the same effect. No Isabel of the same father and mother is coheir of the said Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth.
SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Havonte, 7 Aug. 9 Edw. II. To the same effect.
There is no Isabel, a sister of the said earl by the same father and mother, who could be coheir with the said Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth.
OXFORD. Inq. taken at Oxford, 7 Aug. 9 Edw. II. To the same effect as above.
LONDON. Inq. made at the church of All Hallows on Friday the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 9 Edw. II. To the same effect. There is no Isabel or other sister from the same father and mother.
DEVON. Inq. made at Chetelhampton on Thursday the eve of St. Peter ad Vincula, 9 Edw. II. To the same effect. The jurors in an inquisition returned on another occasion erred in believing Elizabeth to be named Isabel.
BEDFORD. Inq. made at Bedford on Tuesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 9 Edw. II. To the same effect.
SUFFOLK. Inq. made at Clare, 6 Aug. 9 Edw. II. To the same effect. There is no Isabel sister of the said Eleanor and Margaret by the same father and mother: Elizabeth is their sister and co-heir.
Petition of Hugh le Despenser, the son, and Eleanor his wife to the king for their pourparty of the inheritance of Gilbert de Clare, late earl of Gloucester, since in the Great Charter, which the king himself has confirmed, it is contained that the king ought not to delay right to any one (undated).
Letters of privy seal from the king to his chancellor, Sir Roger de Brabanzon, and others of his council at London. Whereas Sir Hugh le Despenser the younger came this day to the king at Impyngton, demanding the pourparty which he claims on behalf of his wife of the inheritance of the late earl of Gloucester, and the king remembers how the said Sir Hugh put forward his claim at the assembly at Lincoln, when the council advised that the case was novel and hitherto unseen in the realm, and that a new law could not be made without the assent of Parliament; the king desiring to do right to the said Sir Hugh and all others as he is bound to do, requires them again to hear the said Sir Hugh’s reasons and send their advice in writing with what haste they may, 16 Oct. 9 Edw. II.
Similar letters of privy seal to John de Sandale, chancellor, and others of the council at London, 16 Oct. 9 Edw. II. As above, with the addition that like letters have been delivered to the said Sir Hugh.
Letter from the council at London to the king, 18 Oct. The said Sir Hugh has delivered them his reasons in writing which they enclose herewith; and having examined the inquisitions returned into the chancery they find as is contained in the enclosed schedule touching the heirs; and for the doubt they see in the business, they dare not finish it nor advise further without the assent of the great men of the realm, because of the strangeness of the case.
Writ of plenius certiorari on the complaint of Joan late the wife of Duncan, earl of Fyfe, that since the manor of Rothwell was taken into the king’s hand through the death of the said Gilbert, the king’s ministers there have refused to pay 20l. yearly which she ought to receive of the grant of Gilbert sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, her father, 21 Feb. 9 Edw. II.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. Tuesday next (sic) the feast of Holy Trinity, 9 Edw. II.
Rothwell. Gilbert sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford gave by deed to the said Duncan and Joan, to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, 20l. to be yearly received from the said manor, until he should provide them with 20l. land, and they were seised of the same by the hands of the bailiffs of Rothwell of the said Gilbert and of Gilbert his son lately deceased, until the manor came to the king’s hands through the death of the said Gilbert the son, since when the king’s ministers have refused to pay the same. The said Gilbert the father assigned no lands in lieu of the said 20l.
C. Edw. II. Files 42 to 44.

Footnotes

  • 1. See Close Roll 9 Edw. II. m. 6.
  • 2. Clark’s Carte et Munimenta de Glamorgan. Vol. IV. p. 68 (from Cotton MS.).
  • 3. The following are given here in the Calendar printed in 1806, but are not now to be found on the documents.
  • 4. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but noted “non apparet 1832” and not now to be found on the documents. N.B—These two lists have been collated with Chanc. Miscellanea, Bundle 9, Nos. 24 and 25, and Close Roll 8 Edw. II. m. 24, some obvious errors in the old Calendar have been corrected, and further information supplied from those rolls within square brackets.
  • 5. So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but not now to be found on the document.
  • 6. Little Wykberg appears to have been struck out, and is not mentioned in the corresponding Summary.