|Writ to the sheriff of Kent, 17 June, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
William, his son, is his heir.
|Kent.||Midd' hundred, lands (unspecified) worth 4l. 10s., and 2 loads (syuas) of salt.|
Faveresham hundred, a yearly farm of 4l. Paying yearly to the king from all the above, one pair of gilded spurs.
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (1.)|
|2.||Gilbert le Bret alias le Brut.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 24 April, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Southampton.||Ly manor, 1 carucate land (extent given) held of the king and formerly of Fromund de Richemund by service of ⅓ knight's fee.|
His mother and wife have their dower out of the same.
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (2.)|
|3.||Cecily Hoese alias Huse.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 16 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Matthew Huse, her son, is her heir.
|Southampton.||Elinges town, 1 hide land held of the king in chief by service of 1/10 knight's fee.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (3.)|
|Writ to the constable of St. Briavell, 5 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Dulcie, his daughter, is his heir.
|[Gloucester.]||Bikenor in the Forest of Dene, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief (service unspecified).|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (4.)|
|5.||Margaret alias Margery le Cormeilles.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Hereford, 16 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Her daughters, Alice, the wife of Robert le Archer, and Isabel, the wife of Simon de Solers, are her heirs by Walter de Stokes, her husband.
|Hereford.||Tatinton and Bolingehop' in Clehungre, ½ knight's fee, containing 3 carucates (and) 100s. rent, held of the king in chief.|
Eston town, 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Eston.
|Gloucester.||Begesoure and Hennemerse, I knight's fee held by James de Solers.|
Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 17 May, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|Gloucester.||The jury know of no land held by any Margaret de Cormailles of the king in chief, but one Albreda de Marmiun sometime held certain lands of the king in chief in dower, which lands Henry de Penebrigg' now holds of Hugh Giffard, and he of the king in chief.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (5.)|
|6.||Robert son of Walter.|
|Writ of extent of the manors of Reyndon and Beninton to Adam son of William, 24 May, 20 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
|[Essex.]||Reyndun manor (full extent given).|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (6.)|
|7.||Robert de Gouyz alias de Guuyz.|
|Writ of extent to the sheriff of Dorset, 28 June, 20 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
|Dorset.||Deuelich demesne, lands, &c., worth 4l. 15s. 4d., rents of freemen 4l. 11s. 10¼d., and villenage rents and services 4l. 15s. 5¼d., yearly.|
Winterborn demesne, lands, &c., worth 15s. 4d., rents of freemen 6s. 7½d., and villenage rents and services 59s. 10d. yearly.
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (7.)|
|8.||Hugh de Meriet.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 8 April, 20 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Nicholas, his son, is his heir.
|Somerset.||Meriet, Lopene and Boclond, 1½ knight's fee held of the king of the honour of Mortain.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (8.)|
|9.||John, earl of Chester.|
|Writ to John Lestrange (J. Extraneo), Justice of Chester, 25 May, 26 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Chester.||Rushton manor was given by the said earl of his good will to Hugh Fyton, who was in seisin thereof a great while; afterwards the said earl disseised him, but granted him the manor in tenancy until he should provide him with 20 marks of land; meanwhile the earl died and the king's chief bailiffs in the county and S. dean of Chester disseised him, by what order the jury know not.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (9.)|
|10.||Thomas, earl of Warwick.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Worcester, 25 Aug. Inq. Wednesday before St. Michael, 26 Hen. III. Concerning knights' fees held of the said earl, besides those assigned in dower to Philippa sometime the wife of Henry, earl of Warwick, and Maud sometime the wife of Henry de Oylly.|
|Worcester.||Half a hide land (unspecified) held by Richard son of Robert, by service of ½ mark and 21½ measures (mittas) of salt, and another half hide by Walter son of Richard de Portes, by the same service.|
Similar writ to the sheriff of Warwick and Leicester, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|Warwick and Leicester.||8 knights' fees (unspecified) held by Roesia de Verdon; 5 by Thomas de Elmton; 4 by Richard de Harecurt; 2½ by Thomas de Estley; ½ by William son of Hamon; 1 by Richard de Amundevil; ¼ by Robert, son of William de Ulnhale; 1/10 by the heir of William de Warr'; 1/6 by Gilbert de Setgrave; 1½ by Robert Dayvil; 3 by Henry de Lodbroc'; 1 by Ralph de Wylinton; ½ by John le Vavasour; ½ by the heirs of Henry Boscher; and 5½ by tenants of Peter Corbezun's lands.|
Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.)
|Berks.||Northmorton, 1 fee held by John, son and heir of Henry Basset.|
Eneborn, ½ fee held by John Belet and Andrew de la Brech'.
Elfreton, ¼ fee held by Richard de Elfreton.
Charleton, ¼ fee held by Geoffrey de Bonofossato.
Eston and Wynterburn, 1 fee held by Alan de Farnham, John de Anvers and Simon de Luvek'.
Bastlesden, 1 fee held by Robert de Gynes, which he holds of the king and it was of the fee of the said earl.
Remenham, 1 fee held by Peter de Monteforti.
Swalewefeld, ½ fee held by Geoffrey Dispensator.
Of the fees assigned to the said Philippa and Maud the jury are ignorant.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|Gloucester.||Dorsinton, 1 fee held by Henry de Preeres of Roesia de Verdun, who used to answer for it to the said earl.|
Weston Mauduth, ½ fee held by William Mauduth.
Cheddewrth', 1 fee held by Richard Siward for life.
Pulton, 1 fee held by Olimpia de Wilinton.
Lydeneie, ½ fee held by Richard de Mundevill.
Lideneie and Overe, ¼ fee held by Margaret de Gomery.
Lideneie, 1/8 fee held to farm by Richard de Mundevill, of the fee that was of Gilbert le Kentes; and 1/20 fee held by John de Paris.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|Northampton.||Norton juxta Davintre, 1 fee held by Nicholas de Nodariis and Roger de Whelton, and ½ fee held by Roger Gulafre; and Richard de Vernun is between them and the said earl.|
Suthwick, 1 fee held by Thomas Knyvet, but Peter de Monteforti is between him and the earl.
Craneford, ½ fee held by Maurice de Audely of the fee of the abbot of Peterborough (de Burgo), but the earl ought to be between the said Maurice and the abbot.
Writ (missing). Inq. (undated.)
|Southampton.||The jury know not of any fee held of the said earl in the county, except:—|
Bromeshull, ½ fee held by Henry de Bromeshull of the heirs of William Turvill who hold it of the honour of Warwick.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Rutland, 25 Aug. 26 Hen. III. Inq. (missing) (See No. 21.)
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (10.)|
|11.||William de Albiniaco.|
|Writ of Extent to the sheriff of Nottingham, 15 Sept. 26 Hen. III. Extent (undated).|
|Nottingham.||Orskinton town, 32 bovates land, 15½a. meadow and a windmill; and 68 bovates held of the said William in free socage.|
Thuruerton, 20 bovates similarly held at a farm of 10l. 0s. 2d., and ½ acre held at a rent of 4d. and 4 hens yearly, and pleas &c. worth 40s.
Scherinton, Screveton, Coliston, Dalinton, Stanton and Orskinton, 10l. of land held by Roger Bozon by ½ knight's fee.
Scherinton, 100s. of land held by William de Audedeleg' by ¼ knight's fee; and 20s. rent held by Richard Hotoft by ¼0 knight's fee.
Orskinton, 20s. rent held by William de Huntindon by ¼0 knight's fee.
Writ of Extent to the sheriff of Leicester, 17 Oct. 26 Hen. III. Extent (undated).
|Leicester.||Redmilde manor (extent given).|
|Lincoln.||Extent (undated). Offinton, 16 bovates arable and 24a. meadow, 14 bovates arable in socage, 14 bovates arable in villenage, and from freemen and cottars 65s. 6d., including 6s. in Waie.|
Talinton, 10 bovates and 18a. in socage, 15 bovates arable in villenage, and from freemen and cottars 6s. 2d.
Deping, 3 bovates arable.
Belver, 8 bovates land and 8a. meadow in demesne, ½ a mill, and from freemen, &c. 57s. 7d.
Wulstorp', from freemen 2s. and 1lb. pepper or 6d. yearly, in villenage 12½ bovates land, and a messuage.
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (11.)|
|12.||William de Muncell'.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 13 Aug. 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Southampton.||Compton manor was held by the said William of Thomas de Warblington by service of ⅓ knight's fee; the manor pertains to Sirefeld manor, which the said Thomas holds of the king in chief by serjeanty.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (12.)|
|13.||Reginald Curtbrauint and William de la Curt.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Salop, 10 July, 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Richard, heir of the said Reginald de Corbrant, is aged 8 and more.
Richard, heir of the said William de la Cort, is aged 3 and more.
|Salop.||The said Reginald had 5 bovates land (unspecified) in demesne, and 10s. rents, &c., whereof his wife has one third.|
The said William had 6 bovates land (unspecified) in demesne, and 20s. 13d. and 1 pair of gloves, rent, &c. whereof his wife has one third.
|Salop.||Inq. (undated) (? of later date).|
Richard, son of Reginald Corboraund, aged 21, is his heir.
Upinton, 2 virgates and 1 nook of land held by the said Reginald of the king in chief by service of 1/9 part of a sore sparrowhawk. Sir J. Maunsel has the wardship of the king's gift.
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (13.)|
|14.||Wentlyen' late the wife of Robert de Butlers (sic).|
|Writ de dote to the sheriff of Wilts, 3 Oct. 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated).|
|Wilts.||Pultun, 3 carucates land in demesne, 20 virgates in villenage, 1 virgate held by Walter the franklin (frankelaunus), and services, &c. This was not Norman, but English land; Robert de Buthlers held it, and after his death it descended to Baldwin (Paudewinus) his younger brother, who married the said Wentlelian.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (14.)|
|15.||Roger de Burewardesle.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Stafford, 12 Oct. 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Mabel and Margery, his sisters, are his heirs.
|Stafford.||Essele town, 2 carucates land in demesne and 7 virgates in villenage, held of the king in chief by service of one mounted serjeant (servientis equestris) at Montgomery for fifteen days in time of war, at his own cost. Whereof the wife of Philip de Borewardeleg' has her third part.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (15.)|
|16.||Gilbs de Berkele.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Oxford, 15 April, 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Oxford.||The said Giles did not hold his land in Saltford of John son of Alan, in chief, but of the heirs of Robert de Turvill, who gave the same in free marriage to William de Berkele with Denise, his daughter, of whom the same Giles was [son].|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (16.)|
|17.||Hugh de Sancto Martino.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Southampton, 1 Sept. 27 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Southampton.||The land of Seruiton (alias Serueton) descended to the said Hugh from the Lady Ereburg, his mother, and his ancestors did not hold it of the bail (ballium) of any of the king's predecessors, but of ancient enfeoffment, holding it from heir to heir until that before the king crossed into Brittany, he seized the said land because the said Hugh crossed into Normandy unlicensed. Afterwards the king committed the land to Ingelram, the said Hugh's younger brother, who held it for some time, but in his absence the said Hugh came and put himself in seisin thereof and holds it until now. If he should die without heir, the jury know not whether the land ought to be escheat to the king as Normans' land or not, for the said Hugh and his predecessors held of Ralph de Mortuo Mari and his predecessors. The said Hugh has no heir except nephews on the side of his sister, who are in the power of the King of France and there brought up.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (17.)|
|18.||Maud de Lucy.|
|Writ (missing). Inq. (undated).|
Whether her heir is Sir B. de Ripariis, her younger son, or the son of Sir Richard de Ripariis, who was the son of her elder son and who died before her decease, is unknown to the jury; but the son of the said Sir Richard was 4 years old on the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, 27 (or ? 28) Hen. [III.]
|Essex.||Stanford manor (full extent given) held of the king as his escheat of the honour of Boulogne by service of 3 knights' fees.|
Angre manor and hundred (full extent given) held of the honour of Gloucester by service of 10 knights' fees.
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (18.)|
|19.||Richard de Burgo.|
|Return of Maurice son of Gerald, Justiciary of Ireland, to writ of extent, and of assignment of dower to Egidia, late the wife of the said Richard, 29 (?) Dec., 28(?) Hen. III (defective). Extent, 7 March, 27 Hen. III. (defaced.)|
|Munster||[Ireland]. Est Clone manor (extent given).|
Castrum Conign manor (extent given).
Wethemtire (?) manor (extent given).
Kilfecle, 1 carucate of land, with meadow and garden (extent given).
Clomele borough (extent given).
Kilsilan manor with Baliglassan (extent given).
Castrum Wilekin manor (extent given).
Balihodan and Tristelaweran, 2½ marks (rent?).
All the above are two parts of the lands which were of the said Richard in Munster (Momonia): the Lady Egidia is dowered of the following, viz.—
Tiperacht manor (extent given).
Cloncridan (extent given).
Clomele borough, 8l. 13s. 4d. from the mills.
Listrotherach (?) manor (extent given).
Oleithach (extent given).
Lother manor (extent given).
Grellach manor (extent given).
Tristelaueran and Balyhodan, 6l. 9s. 4d. (rent?).
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (19.)|
|20.||Walter de Baskervill.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Hereford, 24 May, 28 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Sir Walter de Baskervile his son, is his heir.
|Hereford.||Orcope manor in Urchenefeld, held of the king in chief in free socage in the law of Urchenefeld rendering yearly 60s., and finding two men for Orcope manor and two footmen for its appurtenances, to go in the king's service towards Wales for fifteen days at his own cost, and one day and one night towards England.|
|C. Hen. III. File 1. (20.)|