Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 29

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 29', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (1904), pp. 171-177. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108025 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 29

563.Hamo de Creuequer alias de Creuker, de Crewker and Maud de Avereng' alias de Averenches, de Haverenges, sometime his wife.
Writ, 6 April, 47 Hen. III.
Robert de Creuker, son of Hamo de Creweker the younger, and nephew (nepos) of the said Hamo deceased, aged 24 and more, is his heir.
[Kent.]Inq. (undated.) Chatham manor, held of the king in chief by barony.
[Kent.]Inq. (undated.)
Ledes manor held of the king in chief and it pertains to the barony of Chattham.
[Kent.]Extent (undated).
Bokingefaud manor held of the king in chief as member of Chetham manor which is held by barony; a tenement called Beggebroc held of William de Sey rendering 56s. 8d. yearly; a tenement held of the prior of Tunebruge rendering 32d.; a tenement held of the prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, rendering a buck and 2d.; a tenement held of Thomas de Bogingefaude and Richard de Stotmerhelle rendering 17d.; and a tenement held of Richard de Leveshote and Nicholas Golie rendering 4d. The abovesaid Robert, son of Hamo de Creuequer the younger, is heir of the manor of Bogingefaud; but of all the residue of the tenements Matthew de Creuequer, aged 40 and more, Robert de Creuequer, aged 30, Hamo de Creuequer son of the said Hamo, and Robert de Creuequer, John de Creuequer, and Thomas de Creuequer, sons of Hamo the younger, are heirs of Hamo de Creuequer last deceased.
[Kent.]Extent (undated). Farleg manor held of the king in chief as member of Chatham manor.
Terstan manor similarly held.
Writ, to the sheriff of Essex. 5 April, 47 Hen. III., concerning lands held by the said Hamo of the inheritance of the said Maud, sometime his wife.
The said Hamo, who married Maud, sister and heiress of William de Averenches, begat of her four daughters, viz.—Agnes married to John de Sandwyco, Iseult (Isolda, Isouda), who was married to Nicholas de Lenham and had one son, name John, now aged 12, Ellen alias Eleanor married to Bartholomew de Kyriul, alias Bertram de Criel, and Isabel married to Henry de Gaunt; and the said Agnes, John, Ellen and Isabel are heirs of the said Maud.
[Essex.]Extent (undated).
Elsenham manor (extent given), held of the heirs of Maud de Averenges.
[Essex.]Extent (undated).
Morton manor (extent given), similarly held.
[Hertford.]Extent, Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 47 Hen. III.
Aldeberi manor (extent given), similarly held of the honour of Berkhamstede by service of 8l. rent.
[Essex.]Extent, Sunday before St. Barnabas, 47 Hen. III.
Helseneham manor (extent given), similarly held of the honour of Maundevil as pertaining to the barony of Folkestan.
[Berks.]Extent, Saturday after St. Barnabas, 47 Hen. III (defective).
Boclond manor and advowson (full extent given), including lands in Nortfeld and Sutfeld, a profit of swans on the banks of the Thames, and customs called 'Gershenese' and 'Gersherthe'; two carucates land, held by Robert de Hetford, knt ... 1 knight's fee; 1 carucate by William de Newyntune by service of 1/5 fee; service of ¼ knight's fee done by the heirs of William de Berekote for land which they hold of William de Bovile in Berekote; and service of ½ knight's fee done by Hawis de Farendone for 1 carucate ... de Inglesham; all similarly held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, and another ... by 40s. yearly to the prior of Nugun.
[Kent.]Inq. Monday after the quinzaine of Easter, 47 ? Hen. III. (defaced).
Foclistane alias Folcstane manor (extent given), including rents in Halcham, Neuhintune and Hachingre, similarly held, service unspecified.
The lands, &c. of the said Maud ought to pertain to her four daughters and their heirs (as above).
[Kent.]Extent, Monday after the octave of Holy Trinity, 47 Hen. III. (defective and defaced).
Folkestone manor (full extent given), including wrecks, and the following members, &c.:—
Waletune with a barton, land in the fields of Pi ..., Bertonesgate, Dowberthe ?, la Redelonde, Quedwelle, Iseneforelang, Chalvecroft, Stodwes on la Dune, a pasture under the cliff, a park about 1½ league (leucam) in circuit, and woods called Herstlnge and Reindene.
Terlingeham, with fields at the gate of the barton and in Rumfeld, la Marlinge, Bertonesdone, Kingesdone ?, Ruckknolle, Bernesdane, Nort Knolle, Kellingesdene, Chelkedefeld, Golthorne, Newelond, Holemed, under Oregrove, Bromfeld, and Gorst, and pasture in la Drove and on la Dune called Mirabel.
Newetun, with the fields of Kulese, Byestecurt, furlong under la Dune, Belcheberche and la Ponde.
Knights' fees (unspecified), viz.—5 fees held by Nicholas de Crioll of the barony of [Av]erenches, doing service as for fees of Mortain, and the heirs shall give for each fee 100s. for reliefs when they shall happen, and 24s. for scutage when there is scutage at 40s., and he ought to fence 62 perches of the park and pay 25s. for each fee for the guard of the castle of Dover; he holds elsewhere of the king in chief by barony; 2½ fees similarly held by William de Wiltune, fencing 29½ perches only; 1 fee similarly held by Henry de Everinge, fencing 46½ perches; 1 fee similarly held by ... de Everesle, fencing 28 perches; ½ fee similarly held by John de Boyntune, fencing 15 perches; ½ fee similarly held by ... Malemeyns, fencing 15 perches; ½ fee similarly held by William de la Sale, fencing 15 perches; 1 fee similarly held by Alfred de Enebroc, fencing 18 perches; ½ fee similarly held by ... de Hauekeswelle, fencing 14 perches; ¼ fee similarly held by the abbot of St. Radegund's, fencing 9 perches; ¼ fee similarly held by William de Detlinge, fencing, with the men of _, 37 perches; ½ fee similarly held by ... de Laverham ?, fencing 21 perches; ½ fee similarly held by the master of God's House, Osprenges, fencing 14 perches; and 1/8 fee held by the master of the hospital of Swynefeld, rendering 2s. 1d. yearly, and fencing 3 perches.
The Middelhundred of Folkestone, with the town of Folkestone, 32l. 2s. 9d. rent of assize; Romescot 15s. 4d.; Mortunesfare 2s. 9½d.; Watelselver? 5s.; the Middelhundred 15s. 4d. wodelode; and other rents.
Alcham a member of Folkestone (extent given).
Newetune a member of Folkestone (extent of rents given).
Achingre (extent of rents given).
Pleas and perquisites of the hundred (court) of Folkestone, and of the courts of Alcham, Newetune, Achangre and Folkestone.
The advowson of the church of ... denne pertains to the gift of the lord of Folkestone; and the priory of Folkestone, which is a cell of the abbey of Lullei is of his foundation. The heirs of the said Maud (as above) ought to hold the whole manor of Folkestone of the king in chief by barony. (See No. 774.)
C. Hen. III. File 29. (1.)
564.Baldwin de Insula, earl of Devon.
Writs, 13 Jan. and 13 July, 47 Hen. III.
Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle (Alba Marla, Albemaria, Aubemarle, Aubemara), late the wife of the earl of Albemarle, his sister, age variously stated as 24 and more and 25, is his heir through the death of his son.
[Suffolk.]Inq. (undated.)
Parva Fakenham manor was recovered by the said Baldwin before Sir Gilbert de Preston, and he was in seisin thereof from St. John the Baptist's day in 3 weeks until he enfeoffed Sir William de Wysery.
[Southampton; Isle of Wight.]Extent (undated).
Fresqwatere manor (full extent given, with names of tenants).
Southampton; Isle of Wight.Inq. (undated.)
Freskewatere manor, held together with all his lands and two boroughs of the king in chief by service of keeping the Isle (of Wight) in the king's fealty against the king's enemies.
Southampton.Extent (undated).
Langele and Rumbrig' manor (extent given).
[Devon.]Extent (undated).
Plimton township (extent given), with the advowson of the schools.
[Devon.]Inq. (undated.)
Plimpton, Honeton, Columpton, Bikleg, Boculond and Walcampton, held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Hermanesdon, held of Sir Walter Giffard, service unspecified.
[Hertford.]Inq. (undated and defective.)
Sabryceswrthe manor (extent given), held of Sir William ... 3¼ knights.
[Devon.]Extent (undated).
Botesford manor (manerettum) (full extent given with names of tenants).
[Devon.]Extent (undated and defective).
Henemordon manor (manerettum) (full extent given with names of tenants).
[Southampton; Isle of Wight.]Extent (undated).
Wrockeshale manor (full extent given with names of tenants).
[Southampton; Isle of Wight.]Extent (undated).
La Penne manor (manerettum) (full extent given with names of tenants).
Surrey.Inq. (undated.)
Suthlamh' manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, service unknown.
Surrey.Inq. The morrow of Palm Sunday, 47 Hen. III.
Suthlam' manor with Micham and Straham (full extent given with names of tenants).
Oxford.Extent (undated).
Newenham alias Neuham manor (full extent given with names of tenants). No knights' fees or advowson pertain to the manor. Sir Thomas de Beaute rendered 40s. yearly for a carucate of land called Poweleye.
Southampton.Extent (undated).
Christchurch castle (full extent given), to which pertain the boroughs of Christchurch, Westur', Liminton and Essele, with the hundred of Holchurst, and castle guard is due in war time, viz.—the prior of Christchurch for 8 days at his own cost for the land of Sweye, Roger de Hineton similarly for the land of Holeweye, Roger de Holchurst for his land at Holchurst, Richard de Farnhull for his land at Farnhull, William Boschiri of Baylnclislegh for his land there, the heirs of Bereminton for the land of Bereminton, Roger de Stanton for the land of Soppele, Nigel de Bocland for land at Arnewd, Henry Trenchard for the land of Hordhull, Thomas de Orweye for the land of Dunketon, and the prior of Christ Church and Gregory Marescall for the land of Brutons (?) at Hinton; and the said prior and many others (names specified) owe suit at the said hundred court; and the borough of Dorcestre renders 60s. yearly to the castle, and Richard de Farnhull 30¼d. from Tonstal.
Christchurch borough (full extent and rental given with names of tenants).
Southampton.Extent (undated and defective).
Westur' manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including lands, &c. at Wyke, Aluringwdd and Ywdde, and at Holechurst, Picleswade, Brunneshull, and Mucleshull, and Riston moor.
Buriton (extent of lands with names of tenants).
Fees pertaining to Christchurch castle:—
Adderlegh, 15 fees held by Sir Matthew de Columbariis.
..., 1 fee held by Richard de Ripariis.
Stanton and Soppele, 1 fee ...
Soppele, 1 fee held by John de Bachampton.
Hineton, co. Dorset, 1 fee held by ... de Hineton.
..., ¼ fee held by John Lanol.
Hamme and Hinton, 1 fee ...
Malleford ?, ¼ fee held by Baldwin de Pentir.
Hordhull and Sapperisford ?½ fee held by Sir John de Insula.
[Southampton; Isle of Wight.]Inq. (undated fragment.)
Karesbroc castle (extent given), with two parts of two hundreds in the Isle of Wyth', and (the advowson of ?) the church of Ermue. Sir William de Insula holds 7½ and 1/8 knights' fees, and owes to the lord of the castle homage, relief, and reasonable aid for making his eldest son a knight and marrying his eldest daughter, castle guard and guarding the Island in time of war at his own cost, and suit at the court of the castle called knighten court (curia militum); Lady Maud de Gatecumbe holds 3 fees by the same service; Ralph de Gorges 3 fees; William de Glamorgan 31/6 fees; Jordan de Insula and Philip de Cantilupo ½ fee; Simon de Bendenges ½ fee; the heirs of Richard de Langeford 1 fee; Richard de la Clyve 1/13 fee; the heirs of Alan de Checkenhulle 1/8 fee; John de la Wode 1/8 fee; Jordan de Kingeston ½ fee; Lady Joan de Cundey and Sir Richard de Afton ½ fee; the same Richard de Afton 1 fee; John de la Brigge 1/8 fee; Roger de Ogelaundre ⅓ fee; William de Odyneton 1/13 fee; the prior of Christchurch 1/13 fee; Geoffrey de Chillingwod 1/13 fee; the heirs of Geoffrey de Alba Marle 1 fee; and Sir John de Wyvile 1/43 fee.
[Southampton; Isle of Wight.]Extent and rental (undated).
Newport (Novus Burgus) (extent and rental with names of tenants).
[Ermine (sic) manor (extent given).
Bouecome manor (extent given). (fn. 1) ]
[York.]Extent, Friday after Mid Lent (47) Hen. III.
Harewde manor (full extent given with names of tenants) including lands, &c. in the fields of Wetecrofth, Rugemund, Pulehale and Fites (?), services from the township of Lofthus, lands in Neuhale, and pannage, windfalls, &c. in the wood of Swindene.
[Devon.]Extent (undated).
Plimpton castle (extent given) including a hundred (court), 3 mills in Plymton, and profits of wood, garden, and of Dertemore, with the following knights' fees held of the lord of the castle:—
Erminton Peverel, 1 fee.
Stoke Herebert, 1 fee.
Morleg', 4 fees.
Wyveleworth, 3½ fees.
Bradeston, ½ fee.
Pendrine, ½ fee.
Skytelestor, ½ fee.
Bastard', 3½ fees.
(Unspecified) 14 fees held by Robert de Alba Marla.
(Unspecified) 15 fees held by Walter Giffard.
Budekeside, 1 fee held by William de Bodekeside.
Tamereton Foliot, 2½ and ¼ fees held by Ralph de Gorges.
Brunton, ¼ fee held by Walter de Brunton.
Holdeham, ¼ fee held by Roger de Clayvile.
Suthwod; 1/6 fee held by William Maudut.
(Unspecified) 10 fees held by the heirs of William de Brywere, and they ought to find a crossbowman in Plumpton castle at their own costs.
Anekesdon and Shilston, 2 fees held by Hugh de Sausey.
Elstinton and Shirwell, 2 fees held by Philip de Beumunt.
Lega, 4 fees held by Ralph de Daddescumb, and he ought to find a crossbowman in the castle in time of war at his own costs.
Asserston, 2 fees held by the heirs of Robert Helyun.
Bitweneya, ¼ fee held by Michael de Aggevile.
Thruleg', 1 fee held by Fulk de Ferrariis.
Samford and Chevethorn', 11/8 fee, with the land of Gurmundeton, held by Ralph Herigaud.
Wynesford and Whytehetfeld, 1 fee held by Humphrey de Boun ?
Unknown, 1/6 fee held by Thomas Terry.
Leveringeleg', 1/5 fee held by Guy de Aggevile.
Langeleg', 1 fee held by Ralph de Wylinton.
Welbristewrth, 1 fee held by the heirs of John le Dispenser.
Emhelt, ¼ fee held by Nicholas Emhylt.
Geneleye, 1 fee held by John de Beumunt.
Cadeburi, 1/16 fee held by the heirs of Robert de Cadeburi.
Oggeberg and Thorre, 7½ fees held by the heirs of William Brueres.
Little Torithon, 1 fee held by William de Crues.
Tauton, 1 fee held by John de Valle Torta.
Devon and Dorset (unspecified), 2 fees held by Hawis de Ripariis.
Newelaunde, ¼ fee held by _ Furneus.
Herdewik manor (full extent given with names of tenants), with lands in Hysky, co. Cornwall, the ferry of Blakeston, land called Jatlond, land, &c. in Saltram, rent from the men of Wodetorre for pasture in Dertemore, and rent of 1 sheep with a lamb yearly from the town of Wrystonewrth.
The advowsons of the churches of Bocland, Bykeleg', Walkamton, Thruleg' and Honeton pertain to the lord of the castle of Plympton.
Bocland, Bykele and Walkampton manors, with the hundred of Ruberg are held by the countess Amice, mother of the late earl Baldwin, to farm at the King's will, rendering yearly to the guardian of the said earl's lands 100 marks.
[Wilts.]Extent, Wednesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. III.
Worthe borough (full extent and rental given with names of tenants).
[Wilts.]Extent, Wednesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. III. (defaced and defective).
Strattone manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a pasture called Kyngesdon ?
Wilts.Extent, Wednesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. III (defective).
Sevenhampton manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including a pasture called Billingesham, and the following rents of assize of free tenants:—
Berton.¼ knight held by Robert de Habindon doing suit and royal service.
Merston manor. 2½ virgates held by the same Robert, rendering 2 pairs of gilt spurs.
Brodebluntesdon. 1 hide land held by Walerand de Bluntesdon, rendering 1 pair of gilt spurs and doing suit; ¼ knight by Roger de Writele doing suit and royal service; ½ hide land by Roger de Bluntesdon rendering 12d. and doing suit; and ½ hide by Bryan de Bluntesdon rendering 4s. and doing suit.
Brodebluntesdon and Crekelad. 100s. land held by Gilbert de Elsefeld rendering 1 pair of gilt spurs, price 6d., and his tenants of Bluntesdon ought to come twice yearly to the view of frank pledge at Sevenhampton and give 2s. lest they should be vexed.
Crekelad. A tenement held by Warin de Eylesbiri rendering 6d. yearly.
Wrthe. 1 virgate land held by the same Warin rendering 4d. yearly and doing suit; and other lands, &c. by other tenants (names given).
Fersedon manor. 100s. land held by Samson Foliot rendering 1 pair of gilt spurs or 6d.; and other lands, &c. by other tenants (names given); and from a mill there 20s. yearly are rendered to the priory of Garinges.
Scundone township. 30s. rent; and meadows, &c. held by divers tenants (names given). (See No. 933.)
C. Hen. III. File 29. (2.)
565._.
(fn. 2) Extent. Tuesday after the Purification, 47 Hen. III (fragment).
[Wilts.]Crekelad manor (extent and rental with names of tenants).
C. Hen. III. File 29. (3.)

Footnotes

1 So given in the Calendar printed in 1806, but not now to be found on the document.
2 This extent may perhaps belong to No. 564.