Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 24

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 24', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (1904), pp. 129-137. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108020 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 24

466.Osbert de Dagwrth alias de Dagewurth.
Writ, 15 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. Tuesday the day of St. Margaret.
John, his son, aged 9, is his heir.
[Essex.]Duddingehurst town, 38a. arable, 2a. meadow, 14a. pasture, 6a. wood in the king's common forest, and 7s. 10d. quit-rent, held of the king of the honour of Releg', now in the king's hands through the escheat of Henry de Essex, in socage, by service of 3 arrows feathered with eagle feathers and bound with gold thread.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (1.)
467.Walter de Sancto Johanne.
Writ, 9 Aug. 44 Hen. III.
Margery, his sister, aged 30, is his heir.
Kent.Inq. (undated.) Nessindene manor (extent given), including 3d. new rent in Wald', held of the king for ½ knight's fee; and Sir Roger de Leyburn used to receive 5 marks yearly from the said manor for 3 years.
Essex.Inq. (undated.)
Great Wakering town in Rocheford hundred, 1 carucate land held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee; which land he demised for a term not yet expired.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (2.)
468.John son of Bernard.
Writ, 30 Oct. 44 Hen. III.
Ralph, his son, age variously stated as 13, 14 and 15, is his heir.
Essex.Extent (undated).
Tundr' manor (extent given), held of the king of the honour of Reyleye for 1 knight's fee; and 30a. land there held of Christiana de Plumbere by service of 1/40 knight's fee, a piece of heath of Robert de Watele by 1d. yearly, and 10s. rent of Hugh de Nevile by service of 1 sore sparrowhawk.
[Hertford.]Extent (undated).
Bisseye, 120a. land and 16s. rent and customs, held of the earl of Hereford in chief by knight's service, viz., 2s. when scutage is set at 20s.
Buckingham.Inq. The morrow of St. Leonard, 44 Hen. III.
Estun and Ylmer manor, worth, for so much as he used to hold of the king, 16l. 8s. 7¾d.
Adinton manor, worth, for so much as the said John held, 7l. 13s. 2d. yearly. All held by serjeanty.
[Kent.]Inq. (undated.)
Kingesdun manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service unspecified.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (3.)
469.Roger de Caton alias de Katon.
Writ of plenius certiorari, 28 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
John, his son, aged 12 and more, is his heir, and now holds the land, and had seisin through the king's writ to the sheriff of Lancaster.
Lancaster.A pasture called Litteldale, held of the king in chief by service of 6s. 8d. yearly.
Katon town, 6 bovates land held of Roger de Hesham by service of 7s. 6d. yearly, and ⅓ of a watermill and fulling mill.
Burg' and Leck towns, 12 bovates land with ⅓ of a watermill in Burg', held of Matthew de Burg' by knight's service.
Leck, 1 carucate land held of Roger Gernet of Halton by knight's service.
William de Bussay had the wardship of the land and heir, of the king's gift (collacione) at the instance of Sir Geoffrey de Lesinan and Sir W. de Valences, and after the death of the said Roger the land was in the king's hands until he conferred it upon the said William. (See No. 451.)
C. Hen. III. File 24. (4.)
470.William de Kyma alias de Kyme.
Writ (of certiorari) de feodis to the sheriff of York, 13 Oct. 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
York.Wlsington, 2 carucates land, whereof 12 make one knight's fee, held by Mauger le Vavasur of the said William directly.
Neuton town, 2½ bovates land, whereof 14 carucates make a fee, held by Hugh de Brinkel; 2 bovates held by John de Oxkumbe in the same town; 4 bovates held by Elias, son of William Clerk; 1 bovate held by John Broket; and 1½ bovate held by John Clerk, of the same fee.
Touleston, 1½ carucates, whereof 14 make a fee, held by William de Elkenton.
Coningeston and Smawes, 3½ carucates, whereof 12 make a fee, held by Ralph de Normanvile.
Torneton and Ylkelay, 1 carucate whereof 12 make a fee, held by Peter de Percy in free marriage.
Tornet[on], 2 bovates held by William le Rus.
Kellebrok, 2 bovates of the same fee held by Matthew de Kelbrok.
Euerby, 1 bovate held by Geoffrey Wyllun; and 2 bovates held by Godfrey de Alta Ripa, whereof 12 carucates make a fee.
Catherton, 2½ carucates, whereof 14 make a fee; of which the prior of Park holds 9 bovates and 40a. of William de Katherton, who held of the said William de Kyme; the abbot of Furnes holds a toft and 20a.; Adam le Cerf of York holds 3 tofts, and ½ carucate of the said W. de Katherton, who held of the said W. de Kyme; Walter de Grimeston similarly holds a toft and 1 bovate land; and the rest the said W. de Katherton held direct.
Touleston, 1 carucate, whereof 14 make a fee, is held by Thomas de Katherton of William de Katherton, and ½ carucate similarly held by the prior of Park, and the said William held them of William de Kyme.
Neuton in Cravene, 4 carucates, whereof 14 make a fee, held by William de Katherton direct.
Elleslake in Cravene, 2 carucates, whereof 14 make a fee, held by Ralph Darel of William de Catherton, who held of the said William de Kyme; and 1 carucate held by William de Marton direct of the same W. de Kymb'.
Thorneton, 1 bovate held by William Tempeste direct; and 1 bovate by Robert de Stock.
Wylberfoss, 5 carucates, whereof 23 make a fee, were held by foreign service, viz.—William son of Simon de Wylberfoss held 9 bovates direct; William le Rus 3 bovates, whereof Thomas de Boulton holds 2 in wardship of the gift of W. de Kyme, and the wife of W. le Rus holds one in dower; Robert Burdun 6 bovates of Alan de Katherton, and he of W. de Kymb'; the prioress of Wylberfoss 3 bovates of Robert Burdun, and he of Alan de Katherton, and he of W. de Kyme, 3 bovates of William son of Simon, and he of W. de Kyme, and 1 bovate of the heir of William le Rus, and he of W. de Kyme; Peter le Rus holds 2 bovates of the said heir, and he of W. de Kyme; Thomas son of Randolph holds 1 bovate of William son of Simon, and he of W. de Kyme; Peter le Rus similarly holds one bovate; Goscelin de Wylberfoss holds 2 bovates of Robert Burdun, and he of Alan de Katherton, and he of W. de Kyme; Hugh son of Hugh similarly holds 2 bovates; Laurence son of Thomas 2 bovates; Laurence son of Alan 2 bovates; Robert son of Simon 2 bovates; and Nicholas Walding and Agnes daughter of Alexander de Wylberfoss 1 bovate. (See No. 690.)
C. Hen. III. File 24. (5.)
471.William de Fortibus alias DE Ford, de Forz, Earl of Albemarle.
Writ (missing).
Thomas, his son, aged 7 on the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary next, is his heir, and as yet in the wardship of his mother.
Suffolk.Extent Tuesday after the Translation of St. Bennet, 44 Hen. III.
Clopton manor with the chapel of Bech (extent given), held, together with his other tenements in England, of the king in chief by service of one sparrowhawk.
[York.]Extent (undated and defaced).
Pockelington manor (full extent given) with names of tenants, including tenants in Beleby, Brunneby, Gevildal, Meltenby, Ulvestorp, [Yolttorp ?] and Fangefosse, held of the king for one mewed sparrowhawk (niso).
[York.]Holdernesse. Extent ... after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 44 Hen. III (defaced).
Brustwyk (extent given) including a heronry, pasture [called] Cumerske, a place called Brademire, lands, &c. in Rugeomont, Bondarrustwick, Pideseburton, Preston, Lelle and Dick, and eel fisheries in Piddese and Lambwat water.
Hedon town (extent given).
Pahilflit (extent given), with the ferry.
Wahen (extent given).
Little Humber (extent given).
Kayngham Merske (extent given).
Sckefling (extent given with names of tenants), including a place called Noutegange.
Kilnese (extent given with names of tenants).
Hesinton (extent given with names of tenants), including 8 bovates in Dimbilton.
Raveneser Hodde (extent given).
Wytthoren alias Hutthorn and Wythorense (extent given with names of tenants), including pasture called Heynglant, and eel fisheries in the lake called Wythorense Mar.
Cleton and Skipse (extent given with names of tenants) including Le Neuhithe, eel fisheries in the meres of Skipse and Withonker, and lands in Horneseburton.
Killing (extent given with names of tenants).
Castle guard with foreign rents (extent given with names of tenants), including 5s. for Holume in Holdernese.
Holdernese Wapentake was held by the earl by serjeanty for 60s.; the above lands &c. were held of the king in chief by knight's service; and 2 knights' fees were held of the archbishop of York. Eight knights' fees were held of the earl in Holdernese by knight's service, and he had a rabbit warren there.
There are 4½ meres there, viz.—Lambwad, Skipse mere, Witthonker, Wythornse mere, and a moiety of Piddese mere with fishery over the whole, and the other moiety is of Sir William de Ros with fishery over the whole.
The earl had the advowsons of the churches of Esinton, Kahingham and Skipse, and he ought to present to the abbot of Aumâle, and he to the archbishop of York. He had warren throughout his fee in Holdernes; and Geoffrey Berchot and Amand de Ruda were in his wardship.
York.Summary of the above lands &c. (undated), viz.—
Brustwyk manor with Hedon.
Preston, Hedon with Pawelflet, Wawene, Parva Humber and Keyngham.
Skeftling, Kilnese, Esinton, Odravenser, Withthornese, Houthornese, Skipse, Cleton and Killing, and the castle guard with foreign farms, and wapentake of Holderness.
Poklinton.
Skipton in Cravene.
Thorenton.
Cokermue in co. Cumberland.
Endorsed with a memorandum of certain parts of the above, and a note that they exceed reasonable dower of the lands, &c., north of the Trent.
Writ to the escheator, 1 Aug. 44 Hen. III, to extend without delay the manors of Borele, co. Essex, Rodeston, co. Northampton, Helewell, co. Lincoln, Wymeringes and Polhanton, co. Southampton, Stretton, co. Rutland, Keninton, co. Surrey, and Derteford, co. Kent.
[Southampton.]Extent (undated).
Polhamptun manor (extent given), held of the king, with his other lands, by barony.
Southampton.Extent (undated).
Wimering manor (extent given), held of the king in chief.
[Kent.]Extent (undated).
Derteford town (extent given), including 28 yokes of land, whereof 24 owe 'erthe selver' and 'medgavel,' lands called Maktildesland, Inlaunde, and Okolte, and rents in Craneford, Chiselherste, Cumbe and Cobeham, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Essex.Inq. 8 Sept. 44 Hen. III.
Borle manor and advowson (extent given), held of the king of the honour of Skipton without any service separate from that of the honour, but the manor gives 5s. to sheriff's aid, and 2s. 6d. to the bailiff of the hundred of Hainford for view of frank pledge.
Northampton.Extent (undated).
Rodeston manor (extent given), including Overe and Nethere Rodeston, held of Sir R. de Tateshal by service of ½ knight's fee. The prior of Ware holds the church of Rodeston to his own uses.
[Rutland.]Extent (undated).
Stratton manor (extent given), held of Henry de Hastinges by service of one knight's fee. The Templars hold the church of Stratton to their own uses.
[Lincoln.]Extent (undated). Helewell manor (extent given), held as pertaining to his barony. The abbot of Thorniton holds the church of Helewell.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (6.)
472.William de Lascendon.
Writ, 30 July, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Hugh, his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir.
[Essex.]Lascendon, Tholeshunt and Purle, 160a. land, 2a. meadow, pasture as well without as within the marsh for 50 sheep, and 22s. 8d. rent of assize, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee of the honour of Hagelee, and 10s. yearly to the guard of Dover (castle).
C. Hen. III. File 24. (7.)
473.Peter de Muneton.
Writ, 18 July, 44 Hen. III. Extent (undated and defaced).
John, his son, aged 20½, is his heir.
[Salop.]Muneton manor (extent given), held by service of keeping the king's forest of Longemund and hays of Bismor and Hauekehurst.
Wl ... deston town, held of Sir J. son of Alan by service of ¼ knight, which town Miles de Hope holds of the said Peter by service of one pair of gloves worth ½d. yearly.
Lerdegren,½ virgate land held of the prior of Wenlock by service of ½ mark.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (8.)
474.Hugh Peverel.
Writ to the sheriff of Devon, 6 Nov. 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
John, his son, of full age on Friday before Whitsunday, 43 Hen. III, is his heir (and is now a prisoner in the hands of the king's Welsh rebels).
Devon.Weston, held by service of 1 knight's fee of Peter de Ayleston, who still holds the land in wardship.
Ermington, held of Baldwin de Insula by service of 1 fee, and it was in the queen's wardship, but she re-delivered it after the coming of age of the said John.
Mammehavede, held of William le Spec', and Nicholas son of Martin held it after the coming of age by the Queen's ? consignment (de tradicione Regin'), but re-delivered it before Michaelmas.
Merlewill, held of William de Fischacre, who held it until Christmas, 44 Hen. III.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (9.)
475.Andrew de Suleny.
Writ, 8 Jan. 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Geoffrey de Suleny, his uncle, is his heir.
Somerset.Kynemersdon,½ knight's fee held of the king in chief.
Middelcote,½ knight's fee held of Sir Robert de Gurnay in chief.
Writ to Hugh le Bygod, Justiciary of England, dated St. Omer, 17 Feb. 44 Hen. III, to cause full seisin of the said lands to be made to the said Geoffrey, who on account of his debility cannot come to the king's presence, receiving his fealty and taking security for his relief.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (10.)
476.Richard Fylloll alias Fillol.
Writ, 20 May, 44 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
John, his son, aged 23½, is his heir.
[Essex.]Kelleveden manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 3 knights' fees of the honour of Hael.
Acle manor, viz. 2 carucates land, held of Robert son of Walter (sic).
Little Badue, viz. 1 carucate land, held of the said Sir Walter of the inheritance of Anne sometime the wife of the said Richard, and he defended them against the said Walter son of Robert by service of 3½ fees.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (11.)
477.Nicholas Hachard, deceased.
Writ to Walter de Burges, guardian of the bishopric of Winchester, 29 July, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
He has heirs (unspecified).
[Southampton.]The office of marshal of Winchester was held by him at the will of the bishop, who could remove him at will, and the king likewise when the see is vacant; the marshal ought to receive from the bishop 2d. daily, and 2 robes yearly.
Durnegate, a mill and tenement held to farm at the will of the bishop.
Winchester soke, divers tenements held of divers lords by divers rents, which in no wise can be the escheat of the said bishopric, because he has heirs who claim them, viz.—
A messuage outside the gate of Kingate, held of the bishop in chief by service of 8s. 8d.
La Strode, 29a. land held of the said bishopric for 14s. 6d. yearly.
Swanemere, 1 virgate land held of the prior of St. Swithun's, Winchester, for 21d. and 2 bushels of wheat yearly, of which the said Nicholas and Alice his wife were enfeoffed to them and their heirs and assigns.
Reweleye, a croft held of the said bishopric for 5s. yearly, which ought to descend to his heirs.
Gaterigg, 2½ virgates and 1 ferling of land, which is servile (serva), and ought to descend to the right heirs of that land according to the custom of the country.
St. Giles's hill, 12 shops which the merchants of Due and Ipri held of him, which he had by purchase to himself and his wife, and bequeathed to the abbot of Wawerley and to Alice his wife; and 2 shops held of the said bishop, which he had by similar purchase.
Vylehal, 28s. quit rent.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (12.)
478.Constance de Flaunvill alias de Flanwill.
Writ, 8 Oct. 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Robert Batayle, her eldest son, is her heir, and of full age.
Northumberland.Vytincham, Trovinton and Barton, a third part (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of ⅓ of ½ mark.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (13.)
479.Robert de Pykeshull.
Writ, 27 Dec. Inq. Sunday before St. Gregory the Pope, 45 Hen. III (defective). ..., his ..., aged 30 and more, is his heir.
[Bedford ?] [Carltun ?] 16a. land and .. rood meadow, held of the king in chief by service of finding one (man) with a horse, hauberk and lance, in the king's army wherever he shall go; and he shall give for relief 20s. for 1/5 of one knight's fee. His wife is dowered of a third part.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (14.)
480.Ralph de la Tune alias de La Thun.
Writ, 24 Feb. 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Richard, son of Lucy his sister, aged 26, is his heir, and holds the land.
Kent.Wodechurche, 36a., and in Roking 4½a., with 26s. rent yearly, whence are due 5s. yearly to Dover castle for guard, 2d. yearly to the sheriff's farm, and suit at the king's court of Redleuett, held of the king in chief for ½ knight's fee, paying scutage when it comes.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (15.)
481.Gilbert Maudut.
Writ, 13 Aug. 45 Hen. III. Inq. Monday before the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary ... (defective).
John, his son, is his heir, and of full age.
[Essex.]Terlinge, 160a. land and about 30s. rent, held of the king by service of 1 knight.
Henie, 100s. rent with the advowson of the church, held of the heir of Simon de Cantilupo by service of one knight.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (16.)
482.Reginald son of William alias William de Lulleworthe.
Writ, 8 April, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (missing.)
Writ of plenius certiorari, 22 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Dorset.(Unspecified), one knight's fee held of Roger son of Henry, who held it of the king in chief, by service of 1 knight's fee in relief and scutage. And the said Roger died and the service of that fee descended to Emma de Roches his daughter and heir, who neither did homage nor relief for it to the king nor would receive the said Reginald's homage; and for the defect of the same Emma, the said Reginald twice paid scutage to the king by the distraint of Thomas de Cyrencestre, then sheriff, and once by the hands of Sir Walter de Burges, and also an aid for making the king's son a knight.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (17.)
483.William son of Otho.
Writ, 24 June, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Thomas son of Otho, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his heir.
[Essex.]Belchamp Otten (in Bello Campo Othon'), 1 knight's fee held of the honour of Boulogne, which is in the king's hands.
Gosfeud and Gestlingethorp, 2 hamlets held of the earl of Gloucester by service of one knight's fee.
Gosfeud, ½ virgate land held of the heir of Ralph de Hodeng', service unspecified.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (18.)
484.Alice de Cormaylles.
Writ, 23 Nov. Inq. Monday the vigil of St. Thomas the Apostle, 45 Hen. III (defective).
Colin le Archer, aged 23 and more, is her heir.
[Hereford.]Tatinton, Bolinghope and Clehungre, 2 carucates land held of the king in chief.
Hope Solers and Astun, two fees jointly held by the said Alice and Isabel her younger sister of the king in chief.
[The said Alice and] Isabel held the said fees and tenements by service of a third part of the service pertaining to the barony of Cormeill'.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (19.)
485.Alan de Chykenhill alias de Chikehull.
Writ, 19 April, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Hugh, his son, aged 7 years, is his heir.
Southampton.Wolveston,½ carucate land held of the king in chief by serjeanty, viz. finding one man with bow and arrows in the king's army in Wales.
The Isle (of Wight),¼ knight's fee (unspecified), held of Baldwin de Insula.
C. Hen. III. File 24. (20.)