Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 97

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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 97

219. THOMAS WAKE, of Lidell.
Writ, 1 June, 23 Edward III.
MIDDLESEX. Inq. taken at Stratford on Saturday the feast of St. James, 23 Edward III.
[Stebenhithe.] A capital messuage, 15a. arable, 5a. meadow and 3s. 4d. rent held of the bishop of London, service not specified.
He died on Saturday the eve of Whitsunday last. Margaret, countess of Kent, his sister, aged 40 years and more, is his heir.
Writ, 1 June, 23 Edward III.
BEDFORD. Inq. taken at Stivyngton, Saturday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 23 Edward III.
Stivyngton. The manor (full extent given) held of the king in chief by service of two knights’ fees. The extent includes a fulling mill which stands vacant through the pestilence, 12a. wood called Sarlefryth, 4a. wood called Wodecroft, an enclosed park, a plot of several pasture in Pabenhammor, 6a. meadow and a water-mill at Pabenham, 29l. 16 1/2d. rent of free tenants and bondmen at Stivyngton and Pabenham, 6s. 8d. yearly farm of a fishery from a holm (aque de uno holmo) and 13s. 4d. payable to the king on le Hokeday for view.
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick.
He died on 31 May, 23 Edward III. Heir as above.
Endorsed with the names of the attorneys appointed by Blanche, late the wife of the said Thomas, to receive her dower.
Writ, 1 June, 23 Edward III.
CUMBERLAND. Inq. taken at Carlisle, 18 June, 23 Edward III.
Lydell. The castle and manor (extent given), including a fishery in the river Esk, held jointly with Blanche his wife, who survives, to them and the heirs of the said Thomas, by the king’s licence granted in 19 Edward II, of the king in chief by homage and fealty and by service of rendering yearly at the exchequer of Carlisle 56s. for cornage and by suit at the county of Cumberland every month.
He held no other lands &c. in the county.
Date of death as above. Heir as above, of full age.
WESTMORELAND. Inq. taken at Appelby, 20 June, 23 Edward III.
Merton. The manor (extent given), including a farm called ‘Brustergild’ rendering 3s. yearly, held jointly as above by licence granted in 19 Edward II, of the king in chief as of the lands late of Robert de Clyfford, in the king’s hand by reason of the minority of the said Robert’s heir, by homage and fealty and by service of rendering yearly at the castle of Appelby 8s. 6d. for cornage.
He held no other lands &c. in the county.
Date of death and heir as above.
Writ, 1 June, 23 Edward III.
NORFOLK. Inq. taken at Stanforthe, 18 June, 23 Edward III.
Stowebydun. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, held jointly with Blanche his wife for their lives, of the prior of Hautemprise by service of 10l. yearly by demise of the said prior.
He held no other lands &c. in the bailiwick.
He died on 30 May last. The countess of Kent, aged 30 years and more, is his heir.
Writ, 1 June, 23 Edward III.
DERBY. Inq. taken at Chestrefeld, Monday the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edward III.
Chastrefeld. The manor with its members and eight carucates of land there with two water-mills held of the king by knight’s service.
He held no other lands &c.
He died on Saturday the eve of Whitsunday, 23 Edward III. Heir as above, aged 30 years and more.
Writ, 1 June, 23 Edward III.
RUTLAND. Inq. taken at Wissyngden, 23 June, 23 Edward III.
Wyssyngden. The manor (extent given), including a ‘Gryssecroft’ containing 1 1/2a. worth 3s. 4d. yearly, and a rent of 12lb. wax worth 6s. yearly, held of the king in chief by homage and fealty only.
Date of death as above. Heir as above, aged 40 years and more.
LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Brunne, 26 June, 23 Edward III.
Brunne. The castle and manor (extent given), including herbage in le ‘Laundes’ worth 15s. yearly, held of the king in chief by homage and fealty only.
Depyng. Two parts of the manor held of the king in chief by homage and fealty only; and the third part held of the abbot of Peterborough by service of 2s. yearly (extent given), including the fishery of the moat (fossati), 163a. meadow in Crannemore and other parcels, a fishery in the (in ripa de) Weland, a profit of pasture for strangers’ (extraneorum) cattle on the marsh of Depyng worth 10l. yearly, a profit of selling turf and a profit of cheminage over Catebrigge and before the gates of the priory of Depyng.
Kelby. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Durham by fealty only.
Skeldynghope. 30l. yearly rent held of the king in chief by homage and fealty only.
Date of death and heir as last above.
Writ, 1 June, 23 Edward III.
YORK. Inq. taken at Kirkeby Moresheved, Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edward III.
John Wake, his father, was sometime seised of the manors of Cotyngham, Wyveton, Kirkeby Moresheved, Aton and Hemelyngton; which he surrendered into the hands of King Edward I with all the liberties, fees, advowsons of churches &c. thereto belonging, together with the reversions of the manor of Buttercrambe, which Walter bishop of Coventry and Lichfield held for his life by the demise of the said John, and of the manors of Middelton and Cropton which Letitia Wake held in dower of the inheritance of the said John. And the said king granted the aforesaid manors and reversions to the said John and Joan, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of the said John, by charter dated 5 January, 27 Edward I.
Kirkeby Moresheved. The manor (full extent given) including ruinous houses, an orchard called ‘le Orteyerd,’ a park with deer with pasturage in divers places called ‘les Hagges,’ pastures called ‘le Hallecote’ and ‘le Snapcote,’ meadow in places called ‘le Westeng,’ Stokeng, Alduswra, Apeltreflat, Roundacre, Bulfordsty, Southflat in ‘le Silkeng’ and Northflat in ‘le Silkeng,’ Holker, ‘le Silkenghede,’ Mosyheved and Scareheved, Slogheved and Atte Brockedwyth, le Tunge, Kichynbusk and Gillyngmoreleyes, a pasture called ‘les Scues,’ a market every Wednesday, a yearly fair, water-mills at Farndale, Gillyngmore and Brauncedale, and rent of free tenants at Fadmore. The manor is charged time out of mind by the ancestors of the said Thomas Wake with 26s. 8d. yearly to the prioress and convent of Keldholm, and with tithe of the water-mill, worth 13s. 4d. yearly, to the vicar of the church of Kirkeby. The manor and its members of Farndale, Gillyngmore, Brauncedale and Fadmore are held of Sir John de Moubray by homage and fealty and by service of a knight’s fee and a half.
Cropton and Middelton. The manors together with certain tenements in Hartoft pertaining thereto (extents given), including meadows in ‘le Southeng,’ ‘le Northeng’ and Lenedyeng, are held of the king in chief, as of the crown, by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee. The manor of Cropton is charged, time out of mind, by the ancestors of the said Thomas Wake with 21s. 8d. yearly to the earl of Lancaster and his heirs, to be paid at the castle of Pikeryng for wapentake fines and with 100s. yearly to the abbot of Byland (Bella Landa); and ten tofts and ten bovates of land in the manor of Middelton are similarly charged with 100s. yearly to Henry de Boys and his heirs.
Aton. The manor (extent give), including pastures called ‘Coull’ and ‘le Holmes’ and little woods called ‘Clyverigg’ and ‘le Burgh,’ whereof the capital messuage and 14 bovates of land are held of the king in chief, as of the crown, by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee; and the residue of the manor is held of John Darcy, as of the right of his wife, daughter and heir of Nicholas de Menyl, by knight’s service and by rendering to the said John and his wife for wapentake fines 3s. yearly.
Hemelyngton [or Emelyngton]. The manor (extent given), including a ruinous messuage and the herbage of ‘le Moryleyes,’ is held of Ralph de Nevill by knight’s service.
The said John Wake and Joan his wife, Walter, bishop of Coventry, and Letitia died long ago.
The said Thomas held no other manors, lands &c. in the county except the manors of Cotyngham, Wyveton, Buttercrambe and Langeton, with their members and appurtenances, which are not extended here because the jurors have no knowledge of the value of them.
Date of death and heir as last above.
YORK. Inq. taken at Cotyngham, Monday the octave of SS. Peter and Paul, 23 Edward III (much defaced).
He held to himself and the heirs of his body the manors of Cotyngham, Wyveton and Buttercrambe, with their members and appurtenances, in the form contained in the preceding inquisition, viz.:—
Cotyngham. The manor (extent given), including a ruinous capital messuage, lands, rents &c. … worth 8l. 6s. 8d. and not more on account of the pestilence, a park with deer and a ferry at Stonferry …
Wyveton. The manor (extent given) (illegible).
Buttercrambe. The manor (extent given) (illegible).
Langeton. He was sometime seised of the manor of Langeton (extent given), which by his charter he granted to Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leicester, Stephen de Swynnerton and Henry Pycot, together with the knights’ fees, advowsons of churches &c. thereto belonging; who granted the same to the said Thomas and Blanche his wife and the heirs of Thomas; and Blanche continued her estate therein until Thomas’s death, and still survives. The manor is held of the king in chief, as of the crown, by service of a knight’s fee.
The manors of Cotyngham with its members and Wyveton are held of the king in chief, as of the crown, by service of a barony and finding a mounted esquire, fitly armed, to carry the king’s hauberk (loricam) in the Welsh war at his own charges for forty days if there should be war in Wales.
The manor of Buttercrambe, with its member of Scrayngham and other appurtenances, is held of the king in chief as of the crown by service of a knight’s fee.
He held no other lands &c. in the county, except the manors of Kirkeby Moresheved, Cropton and Middelton, Aton and Hemelyngton, with their members, which are not extended here because the jurors have no knowledge of the value of them.
Date of death and heir as last above.
Writ, 8 July, 23 Edward III.
HERTFORD. Inq. taken at Ware, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 23 Edward III.
Ware. The manor held of the heirs of Henry de Ferrariis by service of 6s. 8d. yearly.
He held no other lands &c. in the county.
Date of death and heir as last above.
ESSEX. Inq. taken at Coggeshale, Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 23 Edward III.
Colne Wake. The manor (extent given) held of John Filz Wauter by service of a knight’s fee.
He held no other lands &c. in the county.
Date of death and heir as last above.
Extent or summary of the aforesaid manors &c. with the addition and variation there given within square brackets.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 12 August, 23 Edward III.
LINCOLN. Extent taken at Brunne, 26 August, 23 Edward III.
Repynghale. Tenements held by Robert de Collevill by service of a knight’s fee.
Hadyngton and Whisseby. Tenements held by the heirs of Baldwin Waspray by service of a knight’s fee.
Loughton. Tenements held by David de Fletwyk by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Estdepyng. Tenements held by Thomas de Blissworth by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Dyk. Tenements held by John son of Adam by service of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee.
Berham. Tenements held by the heirs of Baldwin Waspray by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Botheby, Sproxton and Berham. Tenements held by John Paynell of Botheby by service of a knight’s fee.
Estdepyng. Tenements held by the same John by service of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee.
Dyk. Tenements held by Joyce Russell by service of a twelfth part of a knight’s fee.
Careby. Tenements held by the heirs of William de Bayous by service of two knights’ fees.
Wytham. Tenements held by Richard de Seyton by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Bracebryg. Tenements held by the heirs of John de Bracebryg by service of a knight’s fee,.
Brassyngburgh and Carleby. Tenements held by Thomas de Wastenays by service of a knight’s fee.
Wylesthorp. Tenements held by John son of Thomas fitz Eustace by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee; and tenements held by Ralph de Mortuo Mari by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
These tenants held the aforesaid tenements of Thomas Wake by homage and fealty and scutage without any yearly service.
Hadyngton and Whysseby. Tenements held by the heirs of William Kyn by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Wissenden. Tenements held by Walter son of Emma by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee; and tenements held by the heirs of Patrick Flemyng and Isabel his wife by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Brunne. The abbey of Brunne was of the advowson of the said Thomas and the abbot &c. held of him divers tenements in frank almoin.
Depyng. The priory was of the advowson of the said Thomas and the prior &c. held of him divers tenements in frank almoin.
Willesford. The priory was of the advowson of the said Thomas and the prior &c. held of him divers lands &c. in frank almoin.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 12 August, 23 Edward III.
YORK. Extent taken at York on Monday the feast of St. Bartholomew, 23 Edward III.
Bossale and Claxton. Tenements held by William de Bossale by service of a third part of a knight’s fee.
Hesill upon Humbre. Tenements held by the earl of Angus and the heirs of Adam de Tranby by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Etton. Tenements held by Lawrence de Etton by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Wyveton and North Cave. Tenements held by John de Melsa by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Wilardby, Wolferton and Sculcotes. Tenements held by the same John by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Cotyngham. Tenements held by John Takel by service of a fortieth part of a knight’s fee.
Skippewyth. Tenements held by Edmund Davereyns by service of a knight’s fee.
Boltby, Ravensthorp and Thyrnby. Tenements held by Nicholas de Canti Lupo by service of a knight’s fee.
Couseby. Tenements held by John Camoys and Is[abel], late the wife of Hugh de Hastynges, by service of a knight’s fee.
Stivelyngflet. Tenements held by John de Gray by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Upsale, Kilvyngton and Thombergh. Tenements held by Henry le Scrop by service of a knight’s fee.
Slyngesby. Tenements held by William, baron of Graystock, and Robert Chambard by service of a knight’s fee.
Flathwath and Thoralthorp. Tenements held by William Boneface and Luke de Flatewath by service of a knight’s fee.
Thoralthorp. Tenements held by Walter de Stokesby (fn. 1) by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee; and tenements held by Sibyl de Mortuo Mari by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Clifford. Tenements held by the heirs of Anketyn Malore and by John de Eglesthorp by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Scrayngham. Tenements held by John Bellyng in right of his wife and Plesencia daughter of Richard by service of a tenth part of a knight’s fee.
Flaxton. Tenements held by Peter de Rithre, chaplain, and John de Dunstaple by service of a tenth part of a knight’s fee.
Barneby. Tenements held by John de la Haye by service of a fifteenth part of a knight’s fee; and tenements held by the heir of Reynold de Capetoft by service of a third part of a knight’s fee.
Couseby, Nesse, Styvelyngflet, Rippingham and Brantyngham. Tenements held by Jordan Foliot by service of a knight’s fee.
Brantingham. Tenements held by John de Canc’ by service of a twelfth part of a knight’s fee.
Alstanwyk. Tenements held by John Symond of Pateshull and the heirs of Richard son of Maurice by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Lounesdale. Tenements held by the heirs of Ellis Clapham by service of an eightieth part of a knight’s fee.
Wyveton. Tenements held by the heirs of Richard Flemmyng by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee.
Benteley, Stanley and Cotingham. Tenements held by Stephen de Gildhoussedal, Eustace Stotvill, Walter de Molcastre and Reynold Prat by service of a sixtieth part of a knight’s fee.
Wylardby, Foxhole, Staxton, Harpham and Brigham. Tenements held by the heirs of Nicholas de Stotvill by service of a knight’s fee.
Langeton. Tenements held by Roger son of Peter by service of an eightieth part of a knight’s fee.
Waldeby. Tenements held by the heirs of Walter le Mareschal by service of an eightieth part of a knight’s fee.
Etton. The advowson of the church.
Rouley. The advowson of the church.
Scrahyngham. The advowson of the church.
Hautemprise. The advowson of the priory. The prior &c. hold divers lands &c. of the lordship of the said Thomas in frank almoin.
YORK. Extent of the knights’ fees and advowsons of churches pertaining to the manors of Kirkeby Moresheved, Cropton with Middelton, Aton and Hemelyngton, taken at Kirkeby Moresheved, Tuesday after St. Bartholomew, 23 Edward III.
Calveton. Tenements held by William de Lasceles by service of a third part of a knight’s fee.
Estnesse. Tenements held by John de Crathorn by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Calthorn. Tenements held by John Hokerell by service of a quarter of a knight’s fee.
Wrelleton. Tenements held by John de Bulmere and Alexander Cruel by service of a moiety of a knight’s fee; and tenements held by John de Pert by service of an eighth part of a knight’s fee.
Aslagby. Tenements held by John de Clifton by service of a sixtieth part of a knight’s fee.
Middelton. Tenements held by Joan late the wife of Roger de Middelton by service of an eightieth part of a knight’s fee.
Thormotby. Tenements held by Robert de Thormotby by service of an eighth part of a knight’s fee.
Colby by Hemilington. Tenements held by John de Stokesley by service of a fortieth part of a knight’s fee.
Aton. Tenements held by Richard de Hoton, Thomas Marcand of Aton and Joan de Hoton by service of an eighth part and a sixteenth part of a knight’s fee.
Bergh, Muscotes and Wymbelton. Tenements held by John de Vescy by service of a knight’s fee.
Middelton. The advowson of the church.
Rossedal. The advowson of the priory. The prioress &c. held their lands there of the said Thomas in frankalmoin.
Keldholm. The advowson of the priory. The prioress &c. held divers tenements of the said Thomas in frank almoin.
Farndal. A house with a chapel of the brethren of Charity (de Sancta Caritate) was of the advowson of the said Thomas and the said brethren hold their tenements there of the said Thomas in frank almoin.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 February, 24 Edward III.
LEICESTER. Extent made at Leicester, 28 April, 24 Edward III.
Wytherdeleye. A knight’s fee and three parts of a knight’s fee held by the heirs of Simon de Thorp, Robert de Wauton and John Persival.
Houby. A knight’s fee held by the heir of Robert de Fretheby.
Thurstynton. A knight’s fee which the relict of Henry de Notyngham now holds.
Sixteneby, Little Daleby and Cleby. A knight’s fee held by John de Perys.
Atterton and Wytherdeleye. A knight’s fee held by John de Segrave.
Kyleby. A knight’s fee held by William de Kyleby.
No other knights’ fees are held of the inheritance of the said Thomas in the county nor any advowsons of churches &c.
WARWICK. Extent made at Coventre, 26 April, 24 Edward III.
Wappenbury and Fenny Neubold. Two knights’ fees now held by Roger de Wappenbury, Lora late the wife of Richard de Beyvyle and John Ryvel.
Brinkelowe. A knight’s fee now held by the abbot of Coumbe, who renders yearly a sore sparrowhawk or 2s.
Neubold on Avene. A quarter of a knight’s fee held by Thomas de Wavere.
Neubold, Cosseford and Lalleford. A fee held by the abbot of Pippewell.
There are no other knights’ fees held of the inheritance of the said Thomas in the county nor any advowsons of churches &c.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 February, 24 Edward III.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. taken at Neuport Paynel, 3 July, 24 Edward III.
Lavenden. Half a knight’s fee.
Lathebury. A quarter of a knight’s fee.
Filgrave. A quarter of a knight’s fee.
Weston. A quarter of a knight’s fee.
Filgrave. A quarter of a knight’s fee.
He held no more fees nor advowsons of churches &c. in the county.
BEDFORD. Inq. taken at Melchebourne, 1 July, 24 Edward III.
Schelton and its members in Dene and Haregrave. A knight’s fee held of the king in chief.
He held no other fees nor advowsons of churches &c. in the county.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 February. 24 Edward III.
ESSEX. Extent taken at Coggeshale, 8 May, 24 Edward III.
Colne Wake. The advowson of the church.
He held no knights’ fees nor any other advowson in the county.
HERTFORD. Extent taken at Ware on Thursday before Whitsunday, 24 Edward III.
Estwyk and Cheleseyn. Three knights’ fees held by Thomas de Rokesford.
Stapelford. A knight’s fee now held by William Gobyon.
Brykendon. A quarter of a knight’s fee now held by William de K[ele]sey.
Blakemere and Hertford. A quarter of a knight’s fee now held by John de Ledewyk.
Rokesford. An eighth part of a knight’s fee now held by Felicia de Brekendon.
Stapelford. An eighth part of a knight’s fee now held by Ralph Botiler; and half a hide of land now held by John Erecampe.
Thundrych. A knight’s fee now held by William Deseny.
Ware. The advowson of the priory.
He held no other knights’ fees or advowsons of churches &c. in the county.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 February, 24 Edward III.
NORTHAMPTON. Extent made at Northampton, 1 April, 24 Edward III.
Grymescote. A knight’s fee held by Philip de Daventre.
Heygham. The advowson of the church held by the same Philip.
Bliseworth. A knight’s fee and the advowson of the church held by Thomas Wake of Bliseworth, knight.
Welleford. Half a fee held by John, son of William Lovet.
Thrapston. Half a fee held by Robert de Ver.
Islep. The advowson of the church held by the same Robert.
Cotes, Neweton, Schelton, Raundes, Philegrave and Lathebur(y), in cos. Northampton and Bedford. Two knights’ fees held by Richard Chambreleyn, knight.
Neweton. A quarter of a knight’s fee held by the heirs of Richard son of Stephen and Richard son of Richard.
Welton and Staverton. Three and a half fees held by the heirs of Roger de Welton, the heirs of Eustace son of William de Whoelton, the heirs of Robert de Boletisham and the heirs of Robert de Mortuo Mari in cos. Northampton and Sussex.
The lord shall receive nothing of the aforesaid fees, except when they fall in.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 February, 24 Edward III.
NOTTINGHAM. Extent made at Nottingham on Monday before the Annunciation, 24 Edward III.
Lambecote and Hukenhale. Two knights’ fees then held by John Torald and William Peyte, worth 10s. yearly and no more because they have been alienated to men of religion.
He had no more knights’ fees nor advowsons of churches &c. in the county.
DERBY. Extent made at Derby, Thursday the feast of the Annunciation, 24 Edward III.
Bothorp. A quarter of a knight’s fee held by Richard de Bengham.
Ludechirch. and Chemerdon. A knight’s fee held by Richard de Saundiacre.
Kylburn. A knight’s fee held by Richard de Kilburn and his parceners.
Brymyngton and Whytynton. A moiety of a knight’s fee held by Robert Breton.
Chestrefeld. A hospital of St. John the Baptist, worth 100s. yearly.
He had no more knights’ fees nor advowsons of churches &c. in the county.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 February, 24 Edward III.
RUTLAND. Inq. taken at Bradecroft, Thursday in Easter week, 24 Edward III.
Bergh, Wenton and Somerdeby. Three knights’ fees held by Robert de Collevill.
Alesthorp. Half a fee held by Thomas de Jernemouth.
Wyssenden. Half a fee held by Robert de Hellewell.
LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Depyng, Wednesday in Easter week, 24 Edward III.
Creton. A knight’s fee held by Robert de Collevill.
Repynghale and Hacunby. A fee held by the same Robert.
Careby. A fee and the advowson of the church held by the same Robert.
Hadyngton and Whisseby. A fee held by John Megr’.
Berham. A quarter of a fee held by the same John.
Hadyngton and Whysseby. A fee held by John son of John son of William.
Botheby, Sproxton and Berham. A fee held by John son of John Paynel.
Estdepyng. A twentieth part of a fee held by the same John.
Skypwyth and Thorp. A fee held by John de Skypwyth.
Bracebrigge, Burton and Medryngham. A fee held by John de Bracebrigge.
Loughton. A fee held by David de Fletewyk.
Brassyngb(urgh), Carleby, Thurleby and Brunne. Two fees held by John de Gasteneys.
Wylesthorp. Half a fee held by John son of Ralph de Mortuo Mari; and half a fee held by John filz Eustaz.
Estdepyng. Half a fee held by Thomas Wake.
Morton. A fee held by Anne late the wife of Edward le Despenser.
Dyk. A twentieth part of a fee held by John son of John de Repynghale; and a twelfth part of a fee held by John Russell.
Brunne. A tenth part of a fee held by William de Siwardby.
Dyk. A twentieth part of a fee held by William son of Walter de Dyk.
Wytham. A fee held by John de Staunburn.
Thorp and Bekeby. A sixteenth part of a fee held by Gilbert de Nevill.
Donyngton, Hemmyngby, Navenby and Glentham. Two and a half fees lately held by the heirs of Grace de Insula.
Brunne. The advowson of the abbey.
Wilesford. The advowson of the priory.
Depyng. The advowson of the priory.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. 14 February, 24 Edward III.
HUNTINGDON. Extent made at Huntingdon, Wednesday the feast of SS. Tiburtius and Valerian, 24 Edward II.
Bukworth. Half a knight’s fee held by John de Boys; and half a knight’s fee held by William Grymbald.
Copmanford and Bevyle. A knight’s fee held by Simon de Copmanford and Salveyn de Bevyle.
Bucton. A fee held by Robert de Bucton.
He held no other fees or advowsons in the county so far as the jurors can enquire.
C. Edw. III. File 97.
220. [ (fn. 2) WILLIAM BOVETT (or BONETT), deest.
SUSSEX. Chinting in the the parish of Sutton by Seford. The manor (extent).
Cumbes, parcel of the manor of Aplesham.
Horsham. A tenement called Netham [or Notham].
Amuggedon by Brembre.
Steningge.
Sele.]
221. WILLIAM BOUET.
Writ (missing).
SUSSEX. Inq. (fn. 3) made at Woppyngthorn, 18 March, 23 Edward III.
Chyntynge by Seford. A capital messuage, 50a. arable, two tenants in bondage, rendering 13s. 3d. yearly whose works are worth 3s., and a court worth 12d. yearly held for life of the right of Joan his wife, deceased, of the king in chief by service of finding two parts of a hobelar in Wales for 40 days at his own costs.
Neal (Nigellus) Bouet, son of the said William and Joan, aged 20 years fourteen days before the Purification last, is heir of William and Joan.
Combes. 14a. arable and 11a. marsh held by the law of England of the inheritance of the aforesaid Joan of John de Moubray as parcel of the manor of Aplesham.
Neal Bouet is his heir.
Horsham. Tenements called Notham, viz. a capital messuage, 150a. sterile arable on the Weald, 40s. rents and a court worth 12d. yearly in the parish of Horsham, similarly held of the same John by knight’s service, amount not known.
Combes. 25a. arable similarly held of the same John as parcel of the manor of Aplesham, which manor Richard de Combes holds of the said John by service of two knights’ fees.
St. Botolph. Tenements (unspecified) similarly held of William Merlot by knight’s service, amount not known.
Annyngden. Two messuages and 16a. land similarly held of William Merlot by service of 8s. yearly to him and 14d yearly to Robert la Ware.
Of all these Neal Bouet is his heir.
Stenyngg. A messuage and two carucates of land held for life of the gift of Richard Fesour, chaplain, and William son of William Lychepole, by a fine in the king’s court, with remainder to Neal his son and Margaret his wife and the heirs of their bodies, held of John de Mombray by service of a knight’s fee.
Sele. A messuage, 180a. land, 10a. meadow and 50a. wood, whereof the said William Bouet and Joan his wife held jointly of the gift of Richard le Fesour to them for their lives, with remainder as above. These tenements are parcel of the tenements in Woppyngthorn in Stenyngg and are held of John de Mombray by service as above as parcel of Woppyngthorn (sic. No previous mention of Woppyngthorn).
She held no other lands in the county.
E. Enrolments &c. of Inq. No. 68.

Footnotes

  • 1. altered from Stokesley.
  • 2. So given in the calendar printed in 1808, and still missing.
  • 3. This appears to be a copy of the inquisition noticed above as missing in 1808. No. 220.