|Writ, 20 Jan. Inq. 23 Feb. 45 Hen. III.|
|Essex.||Reyl', 24a. land pertaining to the honour of Reyl' are held in the king's hands, as escheat through the death of William Pach, who had no heir apparent. One Sueyn, who held the whole barony of Reyl' of the gift of King Edward, enfeoffed (the ancestor of ?) the said William to be summoner of his barony.|
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (1.)|
|487.||William le Botiller alias le Botyler, le Butiler.|
|Writ, 25 May, 45 Hen. III.|
Hugh, his son, age variously stated as 17 and 21 and more, is his heir.
|[Essex.]||Inq. 10 June, 45 Hen. III.|
Pritelwell, 80a. land held of the king in chief by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Wakering, 40a. land in a marsh held of Hugh de Nevil by service of 16s.
Scopiland, 102a. land and a marsh held of Robert de Typetot by service of 36s.
Prittelwelle, 64a. held of the king in chief by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Schopilande, 106a. and a marsh which can carry 240 sheep, held of Sir Robert de Tibetot by service of 36s. yearly.
Magna Wakering, 17a. held of Hugh de Neville by service of 1/40 knight's fee, and a marsh which can carry 240 sheep by service of 16s. 8d.; and 16a. held of Sir John son of Bernard by service of 10s.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (2.)|
|488.||Robert de Sottesbroc.|
|Writ, 16 Aug. 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
John, his son, aged 3¼, is his heir.
|Berks.||Sottesbroc, 1½ earucates land held of the king in chief by knight's service, viz.—20s. to the keeper (custod') of Wyndlesor castle, and service to the king in his army for 40 days at his own cost; 4a. meadow held of William de la Garstone of Schorninggefeld by service of 6d. yearly; and 2a. land of John de Benetfeld by service of 6d. yearly.|
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (3.)|
|Writ, 22 Feb. 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
William Martell, his brother, aged 30, is his heir.
|[Essex.]||Rywehal', 126½a. arable, 3a. meadow, 3a. pasture, 4a. wood, 13s. 10d. rent of assize, and 4 capons yearly worth 6d. held of the king in chief by service of ½ serjeanty, viz. finding ½ a serjeant to go with the king into Wales or Scotland at his own cost for 40 days.|
Ardleg', a knight's fee held of the earl of Her(e)ford.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (4.)|
|490.||William le Scot.|
|Writ, 27 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
John le Scot, his son, aged 22 on the eve of SS. Peter and Paul last, is his heir.
|[York.]||(Unspecified), a capital messuage, 40a. land, 4 marks rent, pasture, and a water mill and ½ mill, held of Edmund de Lascy by service of ½ knight's fee.|
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (5.)|
|491.||William le Bretun alias le Breton.|
|Writ, 3 April, 45 Hen. III.|
John, his son, age variously stated as 24, 24 and more, and 28, is his heir.
|[Cambridge.]||Inq. Friday before Palm Sunday, 45 Hen. III.|
Burg, 120a. land held of Sir Thomas de Burg, by service of 18d. yearly; and 20a. in the fields held of Randolph son of Alan de Burg.
Dullingham fields, 52a. And ½r., held of the same Randolph by service of 3s. 9½d. yearly.
Brinkele fields, 56a. and 1½r., held of Sir William de Moun, service unspecified.
Willingham and Karleton fields, 26a. held of the said Sir William by service of 5s. yearly; and 3a. of Laurence de Willengham by service of 12d. yearly, and he received 9½d. rent yearly.
Boxstede town, capital messuage, 1 carucate land and 40s. rent, held of Robert de Hastinges by 1/5 knight's service and 1 pair of gilt spurs; a water mill, 2 parts of 1 carucate land and 20s. rent, held of Walter de Horkeleg' by service of ¼ knight; and 7a. land held of Hugh de Nevile by service of 18d. yearly.
|[Northampton.]||Inq. 11 April, 45 Hen. III.|
Dodinton town, 50a. assart held of the king, rendering 1 pair of gilded spurs to the king's exchequer; and a place of wood, of which Randolph Brito was enfeoffed, for 1 pair of gilt spurs.
Blatherwik town, capital messuage and one carucate of land held of Richard Basset of Welledon by service of ¼ knight's fee; and 30a. arable held of Henry Engayne, service unspecified.
Wakerle, a watermill held of John de Burgo, service unspecified.
Haringworth, 5 virgates land held of the heirs of Robert son of Roger, service unspecified.
|Cambridge.||Inq. Thursday before Palm Sunday, 45 Hen. III.|
Harleston town, 40a. land held of Sir John de Burg' by service of 14d. yearly and 1lb. cummin; 40a. held of Lady Sibyl de Crauden by service of 12d.; 6a. of Sir Robert de Mortuo Mari by service of 12d.; 14a. of Walter Clement by service of 3s., saving foreign service; 9a. of Richard Martin by service of 12d.; and 2½a. of William son of Eustace by service of 1d.; also 23s. 6d. rent from free tenants, and 3s. 9d. from villains.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (6.)|
|492.||Christiana de Glantedon alias de Glanteton.|
|Writ, 3 July, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
John de Glantedon, her son, is her heir, and of full age.
|[Northumberland.]||Vitincham, Thowerton and Barton towns, 98a. land in demesne, 191a. enclosable lands, a mill, and 10d. and 12d. from two tenants, held of the king in chief by ¼ of a mewed sparrowhawk or ¼ of ½ mark.|
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (7.)|
|493.||William de Lesseborwe alias de Lasseberge.|
|Writ, 9 July. Inq. Friday after St. James the Apostle, 45 Hen. III.|
His only daughter Agatha, aged 20, whom Henry de Dene married in her father's lifetime, is his heir.
|Gloucester.||St. Brevell, 12a. land held (of the king in chief) in the name of his bailiwick in the forest of Dene, by service of finding 1 serjeant in the forest for a year to attach for vert and venison.|
La Boxe, 1 carucate land held of the earl of Hereford by service of ¼ knight.
La Planche, 1 carucate held of Thomas de la Planche by service of ½ mark, and suit at Durseleg' court.
Lasseberge, 1 knight's fee held of Sir William de Kaines by service of 1 knight.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (8.)|
|494.||Richard de Hyalande.|
|Writ, 22 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. Friday before St. Margaret, 1261.|
William, his son, is his heir, and of full age.
|Northumberland.||Matfen West, 98a. arable and 3a. meadow.|
Nafferton, 26a. arable.
Lourbotle, 4 marks rent of assize.
Matfen, 13s. 4d. farm of the mill, and 2s. rent, rendering to the king 40s. and 1/40 knight's service.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (9.)|
|495.||Gilbert de Hau ... alias de Alteclo, de Halteclo.|
|Writ, 23 Feb. (defective). Inq. The morrow of St. Ambrose, 45 Hen. III.|
William, his son, aged 21 at the feast of SS. Philip and James 1261, is his heir.
|[Cumberland.]||Halteclo, 31a. of purpresture which were sometime in the king's forest of Halteclo between the king's highway and Caldew water, held of the king, rendering 2s. ...|
Soureby manor, 4½a. held of the Queen of Scotland, rendering 2s.; 62a. in demesne, 2 bovates land and a fulling mill, held of Sir Alan de Multon and Alice his wife by 12d. rent, 1lb. cummin, certain services in ploughing, harrowing, mill toll, pannage, and making his hedge (or park) in Carrok, and suit of court; and 20a. held of Richard Ridel, rendering 4s.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (10.)|
|496.||Osbert Bardolf alias Bardol.|
|Writ, 26 May. Inq. The morrow of the Apostles Peter and Paul, 45 Hen. III.|
Robert, his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir.
|[Suffolk.]||Hagele, 20a. land held of the king in chief, rendering 12d. to the exchequer.|
Sellond, a messuage and 20a. land held of the abbot of St. Edmund's and others.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (11.)|
|497.||Ralph de Freschevill alias de Freschervill.|
|Writ, 5 Feb. 45 Hen. III. To the escheator in co. Derby. Inq. (missing.)|
Aukerus, his son, is his heir, and of full age.
|Nottingham.||Writ, 5 Feb. Inq. Friday after St. Peter in cathedra, 45 Hen. III.|
Boney manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of one knight.
Rotinton, ½ knight's fee held of John de Musters of the fee of Richmond, rendering 5s. yearly.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (12.)|
|498.||Walerand Attepet of Merdon alias Atte Putt'.|
|Writ to the guardians of the bishopric of Winchester, 8 Feb. Inq. Sunday the eve of St. Valentine, 45 Hen. III.|
Henry, son of Peter his son, aged 13, is his heir.
_ (Unspecified), 30a. held in socage of the bishopric of Winchester, rendering 2s. 2d. yearly, whereof he gave 2a. to his sister for 2d. yearly, and 2a. to Nicholas Achard for ½lb. cummin yearly, leaving 26a. whereof Christina sometime the wife of the said Peter ought to have a third part in dower; and a croft in which his houses are built, for which he gave to one Walter 10d. (yearly). The wardship of the lands pertains to the next (of kin) on the mother's side.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (13.)|
|499.||William de Caluweleye alias de Kaluley.|
|Writ, 28 Oct. Inq. Saturday before St. Nicholas, 45 Hen. III.|
Gilbert, his son, is his heir, and of full age.
|Northumberland.||Kalui alias Kaluley and Jettelinton, held of the king in chief by 8 marks and 16d. rent, and the men of Kaluley and Jettelinton carry 30 loads to the castle of Bamborc and do suit at the county (court) of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.|
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (14.)|
|Writ de escaeta, 26 Nov. Inq. Friday after St. Lucy, 45 Hen. III.|
William, son of Reginald de Moun and the said Isabel, age variously stated as 6 and 7, is her heir.
|[Southampton.]||Grewell manor was sometime the king's escheat through the death of Gilbert de Aquila, and the king that now is gave it to Gilbert Marescall to hold at the king's will for 4l. yearly, and by service of sending 10 men to reap for a day at Odiham in the autumn, the king feeding them, and doing suit at the hundred (court) of Odiham. Afterwards the said Gilbert gave the manor to Gilbert and Isabel Basset to them and the heirs of their bodies, and it was put in the charter that if the said Gilbert Marescall could not warrant them the manor against the king, he should give them land to the same value between Caversham bridge and Saverne water. And because the said Gilbert Marescall held at the king's will, and there is no heir left born of the said Gilbert and Isabel, the manor is the king's escheat through the death of the said Isabel.|
|Wilts.||Inq. Saturday before St. Peter in cathedra, 45 Hen. III.|
Mildehal manor, held in free marriage of the gift of Sir William de Ferers her father, in chief 'de Marscalsia,' and no service was held of that manor. And whatever else she held in the county was of the dower of Sir Gilbert Basset.
|[Southampton.]||Writ (de melius inquirendo), 24 Feb. Inq. Tuesday after St. Matthias, 45 Hen. III.|
Grewell manor was the ancient demesne of King Henry the king's grandfather, and he gave it to Juliana de Aquila mother of Gilbert de Aquila.
|C. Hen. III File 25. (15.)|
|501.||Maeumus son of Richard alias Maym, Mayim, Maim son of Richard de Eytrop.|
|Writ, 13 June, 45 Hen. III.|
Beatrice, his daughter, age variously stated as 8 and 9, is his heir.
|Berks.||Inq. Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 45 Hen. III.|
Winterburn, 4 carucates land, 4l. 17s. 4d. rent of assize, customs of tenants, pasture and meadow, were held by the said Richard of Ralph Musard by service of one knight's fee, and similarly by the said Maeumus his son and heir.
|[Oxford.]||Inq. Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 45 Hen. III.|
Eyrop, principal messuage, 7½ virgates land with meadow in demesne, and 10½ virgates land in villenage, with customs of villeins (rusticorum), held for life of Ralph Musard, paying for hidage to the king 3s. 4d., and to the earl of Gloucester ½ mark, and doing suit at the hundred (court) of Chadelinton.
Lideneston town, 1 hide land let to tenants for 21s., held of Robert de Broc by (1?)d. yearly and 1lb. cummin; 1½ virgate land with meadow, tenure unspecified; and 8a. held of Robert de Bradeneston by 2s. rent.
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (16.)|
|Writ (missing). Inq. Thursday the feast of St. Augustine, 45 Hen. III.|
Richard de Coterfold, aged 35 and more, and Christina daughter of Maud de Batsate, aged 18, are his heirs, according to the custom of Farnham manor.
|Surrey.||Farnham, 2 virgates land held of Aymer sometime (bishop) elect of Winchester, the king's brother, by ancient tenure, rendering 10s. yearly and 2d. 'wudepanies'; and besides he mowed in the lord's meadow with one man for one day, and had 2½d., and lifted and carried the same; found 2 men who had their victuals for 2 days, for weeding the lord's corn; 4 men, who had their food, at 'cuttederip' for reaping the lord's corn for one day, and 2 men for 1 day at 'reverip'; and at the lord's great harvesting (magnum bederip) he ought to come with his whole family, excepting his wife, shepherd and nurse, and they had their food at the lord's court. At 'nedrip' he ought to reap 1½a. of corn, and carry the lord's corn with his neighbours, receiving nothing for the same. At 'laghewudringe' against Christmas day he ought to carry firewood with one cart for one day, at Easter for 1 day with two carts, and to carry firewood with his neighbours against the coming of his lord or of the king. He ought to plough for winter seed 1a. and have 2½d. for food, and at 'nedhurthe' to plough for the same seed 1½a. without food, and 1a. for winter seed without food; and if he had his own plough he ought to plough 1a. and have 2½d. for food. At 'rusthegginge' if he had a horse of his own he ought to harrow with his horse for 1 day until the ninth hour. And he ought to thrash once a year 1½ quarter of corn and carry it to the nearest market for sale; to fence 8 perches at the lord's park of Farnham when necessary without food, and 1 perch at Burgheye; and to give 1d. pannage for a boar over a year old and ½d. for a hog. And he gave 1 bushel of oats according to custom to the parkers?; and ought to do 'averagium,' viz.—to carry the lord's food from the manor one day's journey (per unam dietam). He also held 32a. and more of new land (de nova terra) of the said Aymer by a yearly rent of 18s. 4d. The above lands are in the king's hands.|
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (17.)|
|503.||Adam de Beysin alias de Beisin.|
|Writ, 4 May, 45 Hen. III. Inq. (undated and defaced.)|
Robert, his son, aged 19 at the Assumption of the Blessed Mary ...
|Salop.||Billingesle manor (extent given), held of the abbot of Ses by service of ...|
Silviton manor (extent given), held of the abbot of St. Remy by service of 24s. yearly.
Burwardele manor (extent given) held of the prior of Wenlok by service of eating with the prior on St. Milburgh's day to ... his dinner, and (doing suit at the court) of Burton.
Wrkiton and Warkeslawe manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of keeping one goshawk until Michaelmas, or until at the king's command he shall bring it to the king, where he shall be during the season with the king at the king's cost, taking 5½d. per day and feeding in the king's house, and he shall take 2 robes of the king, and the king shall restore to him his horse ... and when the season is over, he ought to take the goshawk back to his own country and mew it at his own cost ... (See No. 557.)
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (18.)|
|504.||William de Bodham.|
|Writ, 26 Feb. 45 Hen. III. On the complaint of the abbot of Creck that a messuage and the services of divers tenants whereof the said William had enfeoffed him, had been taken into the king's hand.|
Ranulph, his son, aged 22, is his heir.
|[Norfolk.]||Inq. (undated and defective.) Suhterek, 127a. land and 63s. 6d. rent held of the king in chief by service of 2 knights' fees, 20s. for the guard of Dover (castle), and 2 parts of 1 suit at the court of Hagenet.|
Full extent given of enfeoffments made by the said William to many persons, including the abbot of Crek, the master of the hospital of Jerusalem, the prior of Castelacre, the prior of Wausingham, and the prior of Petreston.
|[Norfolk.]||Inq. (undated and defective.)|
Bodham and Becham, messuage, 7a. and 1r. land, ... a ..., 43a. heath ?, 6a. pasture ?, and the advowson of Bodham church, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, ... for the guard of Dover castle, and doing suit at the hundred (court) of Holt, and ⅓ of 1 suit at the court of Hagenet ?
Full extent given of enfeoffments to many persons. (See No. 510.)
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (19.)|
|Writ to the sheriff of Sussex and Surrey, 27 Dec. 46 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
|Surrey.||Brumleghe manor was held of the king in chief by John de Fay by service of 3 knights' fees, after whose death it was parted between his two sisters Maud and Philippa, and from the said Maud issued a daughter Agatha, and from her Alice, who was the wife of the said Richard (and still survives); and the said Richard and Alice held a moiety of the manor in chief of the king by service of 1½ knights' fee.|
|C. Hen. III. File 25. (20.)|