|326.||Roger de la More.|
|Writ , 3 Dec. 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Roger, his son, is his heir, and of full age.
|[Salop.]||La More town (extent given); held by service of keeping one constableship (custodiend' unam constabular') in war with the king in Wales, receiving from the king 12d. daily, and paying 1 mark yearly to the king for alienations; 5 virgates land held of the bishop of Hereford and Adam de Acton by service of 5s. 4d.; and 2 virgates held of Roger de Nortbur' by service of 2s. 10d.|
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (1.)|
|327.||Thomas son of Robert de Walleg' alias de Walley.|
|Writ , 24 April. Inq. Thursday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 39 Hen. III.|
William, his son, aged 22, the bearer of this inquisition, is his heir.
|[Derby.]||Walley town, 16a. land, whereof his wife was afterwards dowered of 5⅓a. , and after his death his mother, who held 8a. in dower, died; total 24a.|
Bolesourers, ½ mark rent from 1½ bovate and 1a. land, and 3d. from 6a. wood and a meadow.
All freely held of the king by homage and 1 mark rent by the hands of the bailiff of Bolesourers.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (2.)|
|328.||Reginald de Bathonia.|
|Writ , 22 Feb. 39 Hen. III.|
Reginald, his son, aged 15, is his heir.
Cumton Durevil', 1½ virgate land held of the king's escheat of the fee of Eustace de Durevill hanged for felony, doing royal service.
Radewell, ½ knight's fee held of Henry de Penebrugge in socage by service of 10s., and 2s. to Tanton priory.
More, 2 virgates held of Nicholas de Meriet in socage by service of 12s.
|Bedford.||Inq. The Sunday when 'letare Jerusalem' is sung, 39 Hen. III.|
Wibaudeston, ½ knight's fee held of Sir William de Bello Campo de Eton.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (3.)|
|329.||Roger de Croft.|
|Writ , 1 Oct. 39 Hen. III. Inq. Monday the feast of St. Luke.|
He died on Thursday after St. Matthew last. Henry, his son, aged 16, is his heir, and was espoused five years before his father's death.
|Lancaster.||Dalton town, 2 carucates land (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 10s. yearly.|
Clagton town, 4½ bovates (extent given) and 1/5 water mill, held of the king in chief by service of 20s. 6d. yearly.
Kellet town, 7 bovates held of the king in chief by service of 4s. 2d. yearly, of which others are enfeoffed paying the same rent.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (4.)|
|330.||James de Putton alias de Puton.|
|Writ to Robert de Stopham, bailiff of Clarendon, 27 Jan. Inq. The day of the Holy Trinity, 39 Hen. III.|
William, his son, is his heir, and of full age.
|[Wilts.]||Clarendon forest, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of keeping the forest by himself or another horseman and two foot serjeants at his own cost.|
|[Southampton ?]||La Bokolt forest, 1 virgate land held of the king in chief by service of keeping the bailiwick of La Bokolt by himself on horseback and one foot serjeant at his own cost, and 20s. to the king's keeper of Clarendon.|
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (5.)|
|331.||Richard de Lindon.|
|Writ , 29 Nov. 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Simon, his son, aged 24 and more, is his heir.
|Northampton.||Eston manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights.|
|Lincoln.||Writ, 29 Nov. Inq. The eve of St. Nicholas, 39 Hen. III.|
Creton manor and advowson (extent given) held of Sir Walter de Colevil for 1 knight's fee.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (6.)|
|332.||Geoffrey de Baggesate alias de Bagessete.|
He died on Monday before SS. Fabian and Sebastian, 39 Hen. III. Alice de Froxle, daughter of one of his aunts, and Alice de Tywe and Joan de Hurnle, his aunts, the youngest of whom, Alice, is aged 40, are his heirs.
|[Surrey.]||Extent (undated and defaced).|
Chabeham town, 40a. arable, 5a. meadow, ½ mark rent and ½ mark services, and there are due yearly to the abbot and convent of Certese, the lords of that fee, 10s. 4d. rent, 12 gallons of honey price 6s., 2 sheep or 2s., 2 quarters oats, 1 ploughshare, 1 horse for carrying a monk, to Winchester twice a year, and other small services, all the services being worth 26s. 5d.
|Berks.||Inq. The day of St. Scholastica, 39 Hen. III.|
He held a serjeanty called Bagesset' of the king in chief by a rent of 60s., but that serjeanty does not pertain to the land of Bagesset', but to the land of Shunigehull and Cowurthe, which are held of the king in chief.
Bagesset' manor, held of Sir William de Windles[ores] in chief by service of ½ knight's fee and ½ mark yearly.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (7.)|
|333.||Margaret late the wife of William de Ferrariis, earl of Derby.|
|Stafford.||Writ of extent to the sheriff of lands claimed in dower by the said Margaret, 7 May, 39 Hen. III. Extent and appraisement (undated).|
Horecros, 10s. rent paid by Nicholas de Walesh' to Robert de Meleberne by the gift of William the last earl.
Mercinton, a mill held of the earl by Robert Owen, out of which the last earl assigned 40s. to Simon de Tok' in exchange for land.
Rolveston, 2 virgates land held by William de Rolveston of the gift of the last earl.
|Derby.||Writ (as above) to the sheriff, 7 May, 39 Hen. III. Extent and appraisement (undated).|
Arelewasseleg, 120a. land.
Wyggeleg', Fernigleg alias Fernelig' and Asselewehay alias Asselewesshay, 40s. land.
Bradeborn, 5 marks rent.
|Northampton.||Writ (as above) to the sheriff, 7 May. Extent and appraisement Monday before St. Barnabas, 39 Hen. III.|
Ringstede, 12½ virgates land and 2 cottages.
Stanewigg', 5 virgates land and 2 cottages.
Caldecot', ½ virgate land.
Rissenden, a mill.
|Northampton.||Extent and appraisement, Saturday the morrow of St. Barnabas, 39 Hen. III.|
Neubottell' manor (full extent given).
|Essex.||Writ (as above) to the sheriff, 7 May, 39 Hen. III. Extent and appraisement (undated).|
Wodeham Ferreres manor (extent given).
|Essex.||Extent and appraisement (undated).|
Fayerstede (manor) (extent given).
|Essex.||Extent and appraisement (undated).|
Stebbing' alias Stubbingg' manor (extent given).
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (8.)|
|334.||Gilbert de Segrave.|
Nicholas, his son, age variously stated as 16 and 17, is his heir.
Hwetstan town in Gutlacston hundred, 16 virgates land, excepting one toft, each containing 27a., 20a. meadow, tallage, a mill, pasture, &c. held of the earl of Winchester in chief by socage.
Montsorel manor (extent given), wherein are two holdings, viz. of the fee of the earl of Winchester towards the south, and of the fee of the earl of Chester towards the north; for Montsorel mill Hugh le Despenser pays 1 mark rent; and of 9a. meadow the countess of Arundel has 3a. in dower.
Cothes manor (extent given with names of tenants), held of the king in socage, rendering yearly one berselet in leash (in ligamine).
Cotes town, a member pertaining to Segrave manor, 10 virgates (?) land, 6s. 2d. rent, &c. held of Sir William de Wytthynton, service unknown.
Houthon, 2 virgates land, each containing 13½a. , held of Sir Ranulph de Iorz by service of 4d., and by him held of the king in chief.
Allespathe town, 44s. 3d. rent of assize, services, tallage, perquisites of courts, &c.
Astleya town, . . s. 4d. rent of assize, and he held the whole homage of the town of Bertin de ...
Coventry, 39s. and 4 hens rent of assize of all the free tenants, held of the fee of the prior of the town. (See Rot. Fin. 39 Hen. III, m. 13.)
Writ de escaeta, 24 Dec. 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
|Cambridge.||Stanton manor was of the lands of the Bretons, viz.—of Daniel de la Roche, after whose death his wife held it in dower. And after her death the present king granted it to Stephen de Segrave to hold during pleasure; but moved with anger against him, the king reseized it and committed it to his sister, the queen of Scots, after whose death he committed it again to the said Stephen. After Stephen's death, his son Gilbert held it for life, but the jury know not whether by charter or by grace. And so the manor is the king's escheat.|
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (9.)|
|335.||Richard Le Gos alias Gos, who died in Neugat prison.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 30 Oct. 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
John son of Tholy, is his heir, and is of full age according to the custom of Lincoln City.
|Lincoln.||Lincoln city, 1 toft held of the precentor of Lincoln; 1 toft of the dean and chapter of Lincoln; 1 toft of Adam son of William son of Warin; 1 toft of the grange of St. Sepulchre's, Lincoln; 1 mark rent of Martin son of Iweyn for life; and a void place of land. All of which have been in the king's hands through the bailiffs of Lincoln since the said Richard was taken, viz.—from the feast of St. Andrew, 36 Hen. III.|
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (10.)|
|336.||William de la Faleis alias de la Fales, de la Faleyse.|
|Writ , 14 July, 39 Hen. III.|
He died on Monday after SS. Peter and Paul, 39 Hen. III. Elias, his son, is his heir, and of full age.
Rughenor, 1 carucate land in demesne, 16s. 2½d. rent of assize, 1a. meadow, services, &c. held of the king by serjeanty of finding one footman with purpoint, lance, and iron cap for forty days at his own cost in war time for the defence of Winchester Castle. Lady Ida late the wife of Sir Elias de la Fales, his elder brother, has a third part in dower. The said William rendered 40s. yearly to the exchequer for alienation of the serjeanty by fine made by his brother Elias.
Hausingefeld, 8a. land held of Henry son of Philip de Hausingefeld by 2s. rent.
Fordingebrug' manor (extent given) ½ carucate of the inheritance of Alice sometime his wife held of Sir John de Burgo by service of ⅓ knight's fee of the small fees of Mortain. (Comp. No. 851.)
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (11.|
|337.||Henry de Hauvill' alias de Hauvile.|
|Writ de causâ captionis to the sheriff of Lincoln, 28 June, 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Lincoln.||Boston town, the toll (lestagium) which was of the said Henry is not the king's demesne or escheat; for the said Henry had two sons Ralph and Thomas, and Ralph the elder begot two sons during the life of the said Henry; and the king has only the wardship until the full age of the elder son of the said Ralph.|
The wife of the said Henry has 4l. in dower out of that toll. (See No. 281 and 361.)
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (12.)|
|338.||Ralph de Bethum.|
|Writ, 30 Oct. 39 Hen. III.|
He died on Sunday before St. Gregory, 38 Hen. III.
|[Lancaster.]||Inq. Saturday after the Epiphany, 39 Hen. III.|
(Unspecified) 13¾ bovates land held of the honour of Lancaster by a farm of 17¼d. to the king's use by the hands of the sheriff.
7 carucates and 2 bovates land, held of Edmund de Lascy of the barony of Penwrtham, 9 carucates making a knight's fee, and they are held by fee of the hauberk (lorice), viz.—
Argarmeles, 1 carucate.
Warton, 3 carucates.
Neusum, 2 bovates.
Clahton, 2 carucates.
Bretherton, 1 carucate.
Kirkeby, 1 carucate held of the fee of Wydnes of Edmund de Lascy by knight's service.
|Lancaster.||Inq. Wednesday after Palm Sunday, 39 Hen. III.|
As above, with the following in addition:—
Botele town, 2 carucates land held of the earl of Ferrars by service of 8s. 8d.; and 4 bovates held of the church of St. Mary Waleton by service of 20d.
Wytinton, 7½ bovates land held of Walter de Lindesheye by service of 6s. 8d. (See Nos. 313 and 390.)
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (13.)|
|339.||Matthew le Venur alias le Venour.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Leicester, 26 June, 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
Robert, his son, aged 28, is his heir.
|Leicester.||Kereby, 3 virgates land, 15a. of assart, and 4 cottages, in demesne, and 6s. 1d. rent, held of the king in chief by knight's service, viz. 2s. for each virgate when scutage is at 40s., and 12d. rent held of the fee of the earl of Leicester.|
Roteby, a mill held of the earl of Winchester, service unspecified.
Hauthirne, 10½ virgates land held of the said earl, and 12s. rent of the land of Robert le Venour and Roger his son, services unspecified.
Watton, 3s. rent from 1 virgate land.
Leicester, 4s. 9d. rent from William de Sadinton and Roger de Cramford
The lands, &c. held of the king have come into the hands of the escheator, and the rest into those of the lords of whom they were held; William de Keleby, the escheator, holds those held of the king, and John de Cramfor those held of the earl of Winchester.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (14.)|
|340.||Sir William de Kalna alias de Cantilupo.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 18 Nov. 39 Hen. III.|
A boy named George, aged not quite 3, is his heir.
Calna town, viz. 25 messuages, 4 virgates land called Bures, 4a. land, 4a. meadow, a mill, foreign hundred, and market with toll, held in fee of the king in chief by service of 15l. to the exchequer.
|[Warwick.]||Extent, St. Martin's day, 39 Hen. III.|
Haston manor (full extent given), including rents in Suckeberg', Hilleborewewarth' and Stodleya.
|[Bedford And Buckingham.]||Extent made by twelve freemen and twelve customary tenants, 39 Hen. III.|
Eyton manor, 12 hides held of the king in chief by service of 1 fee (full extent given), including the herbage of Dudenmeshei (?) and Mentemore, a mill called Sfwifesmull, and fees in Mentemore town held by Sir Ralph le [Po]er, Sir William Russell, Sir Hugh le Dun, and Roger de Argenteim; and 7 hides held of the heirs of Hugh de Gurnay for ¼ fee. All the rents of the 19 hides were assigned by Sir William de Cantilupo to John de Montealto, with his daughter, and the rents of three mills were assigned for life to Lady Agnes de Verdun.
Endorsed:—Extente facte de terris Domini W. de C ... in com ... et Bedef', Wiltes', Sumers' et Dors'. (See Nos. 318 and 866.)
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (15.)|
|341.||Isabel daughter of Odinel de Forde.|
|Writs, 12 Feb. and 5 March. Inq. The eve of Palm Sunday, 39 Hen. III.|
|Northumberland.||Wllouer, ⅓ of the capital messuage, which is a waste mote, the advowson of the church, 32a. arable, 8a. meadow, 3⅓ bovates defensible land, and ⅓ of the mill, of the borough, of toll and markets, of garden, and of 2 parts of the whole of Chyvioth Forest.|
Hetpol, 4s. 3d. rent, and ⅓ of a meadow and of the tallage of drench men (drengorum).
Beleford, ⅓ of the capital messuage, 120a. demesne, 8a. meadow, bondmen, cottars, and ⅓ of the garden, mill and services of Dichend, &c.
Hedereslau, 40s. from two drench men, and other rents, &c.
All these were held of the king in chief by service of 1⅓ knight.
The heirs are Isabel de Huntercumb, aged 24, and the two daughters of the earl of Strathern, viz. Muriel aged 10, and Marjory aged 6.
Ford, Crukum and Kenemeriston held of Sir William de Huntercumb by service of 1 knight, viz. 400a. by the long hundred (per majorem numerum) and 115a., 27a. meadow, and 40l. 0s. 4½d. rent of mills, bondmen cottars, &c.
Ford, the advowson of the church.
Richard de Ford, knight, her uncle, aged 26, is her heir.
|Northumberland.||Duplicate Inq. The eve of Palm Sunday, 39 Hen. III.|
Same as the above, except that the acreage in Ford is larger by a score.
Writ of partition, 2 April. Partition, Monday before St. Mark, 39 Hen. III.
Partition into two parts, between Isabel de Huntercumbe and the daughters of the earl of Strathern, Muriel and Marjory, of the above lands, &c. in Wllouer, Hetpol, Beleford and Hedereslau, including the services of certain tenants and the advowson of Wllouer church, with details of boundaries, &c. The homage and service of Odenell de Ford was [previously] assigned to William de Huntercumbe and Isabel his wife, and in recompense thereof that of William de Akild was assigned to the earl of Strathern, and that of Robert de Hulecestre to Adam de Wygeton and Isabel de Forde his wife, each of whom hold 1 knight's fee, and this partition was made soon after the death of Robert de Muscamp' by the assent of his heirs.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (16.)|
|342.||Robert de Pontefracto.|
|Writ, 27 Nov. 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Somerset.||Horchardeslegh, 1 hide land held of Thomas de Horchardesh' by service of 1d. yearly or one pair of gloves.|
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (17.)|
|343.||Adam son of Gilbert.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 26 April, 39 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Lincoln.||He held 15a. land in Muleton on the day he espoused Alice late his wife and could dower her thereof.|
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (18.)|
|344.||Thomas Picot of Radeclyve.|
|Writ, 12 Feb. 39 Hen. III. Inq. Sunday after St. Matthew, 40 [Hen. III].|
Peter, his son, aged 28, is his heir.
|[Nottingham.]||Radeclive, 14¼ virgates land (excepting 2a.) in demesne, 12½ virgates in villenage, 2 water mills, a free fishery, and 15s. 8d. rent from cottages and 19s. 10d. from freemen.|
Kynestan, 18s. 9d. from services of free men.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (19.)|
|345.||William le May alias May, le Mey.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 25 Jan. 40 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
William, his son, aged 24, is his heir.
|Lincoln.||(Unspecified) 100s. rent held of the king in chief by service of the keeping of a hound (bragetti.)|
Stanho town, 100a. land and 20s. rent of assize held of the king in chief.
Causton town, 40a. land, 1a. pasture, 10s. 3d. rent of assize, &c., held of the king in chief.
Ingwrthe, ¼ of a mill similarly held.
Causton town, 2a. land, 1a. pasture, 1a. turbary, and 18d. rent of assize, held of John de Burgo.
Hevingham, 3s. from a windmill, whereof Henry le Cat holds the other part.
The said land and tenement was held of the king by service of keeping one brachet.
|C. Hen. III. File 17. (20.)|