Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 38

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 38', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (1904), pp. 231-242. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108034 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 38

728.Reginald de Vautort alias de Valetort.
Writ, 16 Jan., 54 Hen. III.
Roger de Vautort, his uncle, is his heir and of full age.
Devon.Inq. (undated.)
Brikesham manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by barony; whereof Lady Joan de Vautort, mother of the said Reginald, is dowered of a third part.
Clautune manor, held by John de Batton, of the honour of Hurbertune paying 4l. yearly.
Devon.Inq. (undated.)
Brideford manor (extent given), tenure unspecified; whereof Sir Alexander de Okestune holds 5 marks rent for life of the gift of Sir Ralph de Vautort, and the said Lady Joan is dowered of a third part.
Devon.Inq. (undated.)
Hurbertun manor (extent given), held of the king in barony, answering for 27½ fees and 1/8 fee; whereof the said Lady Joan is dowered of a third part, and Eustace de Burlestune holds 16s. rent for life of the gift of Sir Ralph de Vautort.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (1.)
729.Walter de Dunstanvil alias de Dunstamvilla.
Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator in co. Wilts reciting Writ dated 28 Jan. Inq. Saturday after the Purification, 54 Hen. III.
He died on Tuesday after St. Hilary last. Petronilla his daughter, aged 22 on the day of St. Peter in Cathedra next, whom Robert de Monteforti married, is his heir.
Wilts.Cumbe manor with the advowson.
Cullerne alias Collern manor with the advowson.
Sterte manor.
Hurdecote manor.
Hegtredeburi manor.
For all which he owed to the king service of 3 knights.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (2.)
730.William le Bret.
Writ, 15 June. Inq. Thursday after St. John the Baptist, 54 Hen. III.
Ralph le Bret his brother, is his heir and is of age (est etatis).
Dorset.Blakemore. A moiety of the bailiwick of the forest held of the king in chief rendering 4s. yearly; also 56a. arable, 3a. meadow, and a messuage with a barton, held of Roger (Reg~o) de Plumbare by suit of court and royal service only; and 40a. in demesne and 1a. meadow held of William de Sancto Quintino by 2s. 3d. for all service, saving royal.
Endorsed:—Memorandum that John de la Lynd came before the king and asserted that by inquisition made before Geoffrey de Langeleye and other justices for pleas of the forest in co. Dorset it was found that Ralph le Bret, father of the said William, only held that bailiwick at the king's will, and he made fine by 10 marks to hold it so.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (3.)
731.Albreda de Boterell.
Mandate, &c., to the escheator in co. Wilts, reciting Writ dated 10 July.
Inq. Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Oliver de Ingeham, aged 40 and more, is her heir.
Wilts.Estgremsted and Westdune. 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight.
Hampteworthe. 100s. land held of the bishop of Winchester, doing scutage pertaining to 1 knight's fee.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (4.)
732.Roger de Quency, earl of Winchester.
Writ (of certiorari) de feodis, &c., to the sheriff of Lincoln, that the co-heirs may receive their pourparties, 16 July, 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Lincoln.Five parts of a knight's fee, viz.—
Stainton and Wlrikeby, 2 parts of the said 5, held by Richard son and heir of Richard de Busilingthorp.
Croxton and Kirmington, 3 parts of the said 5, held by John de Albiniaco, Roger de Sancto Andrea, and Suspirus de Baiocis, besides 4 bovates land held by the abbot of Thorneton in frank almoin.
Croxton, a moiety of the advowson, which the said earl conferred on Master Adam de Norfolk, who survives.
All held of the king in chief.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Cambridge, 18 July, 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Cambridge.Trumpiton, 2 knights' fees held by Roger de Trumpyton and the heirs of John de Cayly.
Arington, 1 knight's fee held by the heirs of Maud Dyve, viz.—John de Asphale, Walter Denefer, and Laurence de Sancto Andrea.
Orewell, 1 knight's fee held by Ralph de Cameys.
All held of the king in chief.
Gransete, 1 knight's fee, of the fee of Roger de Mortymer, held by Henry de Lacy.
Gretton, 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Trumpiton; and the advowson of the church held by the heirs of John de Cayly.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 18 July, 54 Hen. III.
Schedule of fees (undated).
Northampton.Hasilbec, Pithisford, Waldegrave and Norhtoft, 1 fee held by Richard de Henred.
Mindeford and Hasilbeche, 1 fee held by William Burdet.
Farendun, ½ fee held by Thomas Maunsel.
Bramptun, fee unknown, held by William Rocelin.
Farningho, 1 fee held by Warin son of Gerard.
Wudeforde, 1 fee held by Richard Basset.
Maideford, 1 fee held by Thomas Kyn.
Estrop, 1 fee held by William de Stapiltun and William Mordaunt.
Haudeneby, 1 fee held by Philip de Nevill and Sibyl de Aldeneby.
Sproptun, 1 fee held by Eustacia de Arderne and Thomas, her son.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Huntingdon, 19 July, 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
Huntingdon.Swho Weston. 1 knight's fee held of the fee of Wigemor of the small fee of Mortain; and 2 carucates land in Stert in the same manor, held of the honour of Huntingdon.
Enesbiri, 1 knight's fee held of Sir John de Baloyl of the honour of Huntedon, whereof Sir Roger de Leiburn holds a moiety with the Countess in dower, and Sir Thomas de Berkele, through Joan de Ferar[iis], his wife, the other moiety.
Dodigton, ½ knight's fee held of the earl by John de Lutlebiri.
Enesbiri. The advowson of the church. (See Nos. 587 and 776.)
C. Hen. III. File 38. (5.)
733.William de Reymes.
Writ, 26 Jan. Inq. Friday after the Purification, 54 Hen. III.
John, his son, aged 18 at Michaelmas next, is his heir.
Suffolk.Heham. 36a. land and 4a. wood held of the king in chief rendering 3s. 5d., and owing suit at the king's hundred (court); and 38a. land, a messuage, 6a. wood and pasture, 4a. meadow, a watermill, 20s. rent and ½ mark works and customs, held of the fee of the earl Marshal, service unspecified.
Holetun. 20a. land and 1 mark free rent, held of Alan de Bromford and Simon de Bromford, service unspecified.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (6.)
734.John de la Stock.
Writ of certiorari to John de la Penna, 25 Oct. 54 Hen. III. on the claim of Thomas de Messenden, as next of kin to the heir, for the wardship of the lands, &c. of the said John which are held in socage, and which had come to the hands of Queen Eleanor by reason of the wardship of the lands and heir of John de Eynecurt, which are in her hands by the king's grant.
Buckingham.Inq. Tuesday the morrow of St. Hugh, 55 Hen. III.
Woburn. 2 virgates land held of the heirs of John de Eynecurt, one by service of ½ knight's fee, and the other in free socage rendering to the said heirs 5s. yearly.
Hertford.Inq. Wednesday the morrow of St. Martin, 55 Hen. III.
La Stock. 1 carucate land held in free socage of the heir of Ralph de Querdon, rendering 20s. 1d. yearly; and a small piece of land held of Katherine, daughter of Arnold de Berkele, in free socage rendering 20d. yearly.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (7.)
735.Alan la Zuche alias la Suche.
Writ (missing). Inq. Sunday before St. Michael, 54 Hen. III.
Roger his son, age variously stated as 28 and more and 30, is his heir.
Devon.Nort Multon, held of the king in chief by service of 1 serjeanty.
Leicester.Esseby la Zuche manor (extent given) held of the heir of the earl of Winchester by service of 1 knight's fee.
Sussex.Inq. (undated.) (Unspecified,) 2½ fees held of Sir Henry de Percy, doing royal service; and ½ fee of Sir Robert de Muhaut by royal service.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (8.)
736.William super Tese alias super Teyse.
Writ, 17 Oct., 54 Hen. III. Inq. Friday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 55 Hen. III.
Walter his son, aged 21 on the eve of St. John ante Portam Latinam, 55 Hen. III. is his heir.
Northumberland.North Goseford, held of the king in chief rendering 1 mark yearly for guard of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne.
The king conferred the wardship of the lands and heir, immediately after the death of the said William, upon Sir Adam de Gesemuth, and he upon Ralph de Cotum, who sold it to Sir John de Cotum, his brother, when he took his way to the Holy Land. (See No. 391).
C. Hen. III. File 38. (9.)
737.Hawis de Basevill.
Writ, 28 March. Inq. Thursday before Palm Sunday, 54 Hen. III.
Her daughters, Joan (Jona) de Basevile, and Roesia (Royssia) the wife of Stephen de Penescestre, are her heirs and of full age.
Buckingham.Edullegburh alias Edullesbouruh. ½ knight's fee (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight; a meadow held of the prior of Caudewell rendering 12d. yearly; and a mill held of William de Aspele rendering 30s. yearly.
Seybroc, ½ knight's fee (extent given), including meadow in Chetendon and Cattestrop, held of Sir Geoffrey de Luci by service of ½ knight's fee and suit of court.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (10.)
738.Helewisa, sometime the wife of Richard de Wernune.
Writ (missing). Inq. Saturday before the Annunciation, 54 Hen. III.
Lady Ada, late the wife of Sir Ralph de Levington, is her heir and of full age.
Cumberland.Burgh (extent given with names of tenants), including 2s. rent or 1 sparrow-hawk from the manor of Routhclif, held by Gilbert le Frauncays, and 2s. from a house in the city of Carlisle, held by Thomas Spot and his wife.
Kircoswald (extent given with names of tenants) including 40d. for a moiety of the town of Staffol, freely held by John de Staffol.
All held of the king in chief rendering 8s. 8d. cornage yearly, and doing suit at Cumberland county (court).
C. Hen. III. File 38. (11.)
739.Walter Wyther.
Writ, 19 Oct. Inq. Sunday before SS. Simon and Jude, 54 Hen. III.
He died in his house at Lydeneye on Tuesday the morrow of St. Michael last.
His daughters, Sibyl the wife of Robert de Bruneshope, and Elizabeth the wife of William Buter, each aged 26 and more, are his heirs.
Gloucester.St. Bravell. A messuage, 6s. rent, and 12a. land, held of the king in chief by service of finding one foot sergeant for keeping the forest.
Caldewell. 12a. land held of the king in chief rendering 4s. at the castle of St. Bravell.
Huwaldesfeld. 12a. land held of the abbot of Tinterne by service of 1d. yearly.
Lydeneye. A messuage, ½ virgate land and ½ mark rent, held of the prior of Lyre rendering 12d. yearly.
On Sunday before his death, came the said William Buter and took from him the feoffment of the bailiwick of the said serjeanty, but he never moved from his sick bed after nor for long before; the same Sunday he made a feoffment on his sick bed to William, younger son of the said William Buter, of his lands in Lydeneye and Caldewell, and after his death the friends of the said William, who is under age, put themselves in seisin in his name; and thus there is a contention about the said serjeanty and lands between the heirs of the said Walter and the said William Buter and William his son: of the lands in Huwaldesfeld and St. Bravell the said Walter died seised in his demesne as of fee.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (12.)
740.William le Pruz, knight.
Writ, 21 Oct., 54 Hen. III. Inq. Friday after St. Brice.
William, his son, aged 25, is his heir.
Devon.Giddeley alias Giddelith manor (extent given), held of the king in chief at fee farm rendering 72s. 1d. yearly, which the sheriff receives as his own farm.
Stodbyri manor (extent given), held of Richard son of Stephen by service of ½ knight's fee.
Cumesheved (extent given), held of John de Bath' rendering 10s. yearly and doing 15d. service when scutage runs.
Hacche manor (extent given), held of John Pace rendering 6l. yearly.
Colton (extent given), held of the heirs of Roger de Taune rendering 50s. yearly.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (13.)
741.Roland alias Rodland de Axstede, alias de Acstede, de Oxsted, knight.
Writ, 19 Aug., 54 Hen. III.
Rodland his son, aged 30, is his heir.
[Surrey.]Inq. (undated.) Acstede manor. 209a. arable, 12a. meadow, 24a. wood, 19a. pasture, 10a. sheep pasture on the hill, 2 mills, a court and garden, 19l. 14s. rent of assize, 30s. services, &c., with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief, and it ought to answer for 3 knights' fees when scutage runs; and 188a. arable, 5a. meadow, 16a. underwood, 20a. sheep pasture on the hill, and 2 mills, held of John de Nevill, and it ought to answer for 2 knights' fees when scutage runs, and pay 100s. yearly.
Kent.Inq. (undated.) Netlestede. ½ knight's fee (extent given), held of Walter de Pridinton and Margery his wife, and 11½a. in gavelkind by service of 2s. 3d.; also 25a. arable, held of Alexander de Helgthe for 1/10 fee, and 3a. arable and 2a. meadow rendering 17d. yearly.
[Surrey.]Extent, Thursday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 54 Hen. III.
Oxsted manor (extent given, which does not correspond with the above), out of which 100s. yearly are payable to John de Nevill; with detailed assignment of dower, giving names of fields, &c. to Olive, late the wife of the said Roland de Oxsted.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (14.)
742.Henry de Merke.
Writ, 7 June, 54 Hen. III.
He had a sister named Rose, who was seized in Teya church in the time of the war by Sir Geoffrey Dinaunt, and had by him one daughter named Albrida, who is 2½ years of age: whether the said Geoffrey married the said Rose or not, is unknown to the jury; if he did before the birth of the said Albrida, the latter will be the heir of the said Henry; if not, Andrew de Merk, his uncle, aged 40, will be his heir.
Essex.Extent, The morrow of Holy Trinity, 54 Hen. III.
Latton manor (extent given), including 12d. from underwood within the forest of Merkwod, and pasture upon Stangravehil, held of the honour of Boulogne and of the king by 1 knight's fee, and by escheat. The church was given by the said Henry's ancestors in frank almoin to the prior, &c. of Latton, and the said Henry was patron of the priory.
Essex.Extent, The day of St. Barnabas, 54 Hen. III.
Little Berdefeld manor with the advowson (full extent given, with names of tenants), including the pasture of Bromhull, held of the honour of Boulogne and of the king by 2 knights' fees, and by escheat.
Finchingfeld, ½ knight's fee, held by William son of Geoffrey de Fynchingfeld.
[Little Berdefeld?,] ¼ knight's fee in the same, held by Peter le Butyler of Little Berdefeld.
[Reynes ?,] ¼ knight's fee in the same town, held by Simon de Reynes of the same.
Lalleford, 1½ knight's fee, held by Sir Peter de Leyham.
Ronewell, ½ knight's fee, held by Matthew de Mauteby or his heirs or assigns.
Gynge Mounteney, ¼ knight's fee, held by Thomas de Trapeles. (See No. 871.)
C. Hen. III. File 38. (15.)
743.Ralph, son of Ranulph.
Writ of extent and partition, 12 May. Partition, Thursday in Whitsun week, 54 Hen. III.
York.The part of Robert de Nevill.
Middilham manor (excepting dower).
Carleton with Coverdale forest (excepting dower), and with the vaccaries of Bradeleie, Wlvedale, Hyndeletheyt and Arkelsit.
Thoroldeby, Arkesgard and Thorneton. 2 parts of the mills.
York. 2s. 8d. rent from Stephen Nuncius.
Douvesker and Waldene, with their meadows and pastures.
Richem[on]d. 20s. rent.
Latun. 10s. 8d.
Waldene. 20d. from the lodge (Loga) of Wytey.
And to the other two parts 4l. 10s. are allotted in this for the lordship of the house of Middelham, the chace of the forest of Coverdale, and the lordship of the said forest.
Fees pertaining to this part:—
Snape, Texton and Westbolton. 7 carucates land held by William de Preston.
Coverham, Scrafton and Caldeberg. 6 carucates by Stephen de Coverham.
Melmorby. 2 carucates by Geoffrey Picot.
Scrafton, Ridemer, and Texton. 7 carucates by the abbot of Coverham in frank almoin, with the advowson of the abbey.
Aykesgard. ½ carucate by Elias de le Gyle.
Carleton. ½ carucate by the heir of Ralph Brekedore; and ½ carucate by William son of Richard and Alan son of Walter.
Mortham. 1 carucate by Henry de Rokeby.
Ridmer. 1 carucate by Richard de Preston.
The part of Robert de Tatesale:—
Welle manor, with a moiety of the wood of Welle and of Snape, excepting dower.
Neubieging cum Scales de Hilton. 28l. 6s. 10d.
Burton and Waldene. 19l. 5s. 1d.
Flemmeshope in Coverdale. A vaccary with pasture through the whole forest, meadows and estovers.
Fees pertaining to this part:—
Texton and Arlathorp. 6 carucates land held by William de Lasceles.
Clifton. 3 carucates by Reginald de Clifton.
Thorneton Watlous. 5 carucates and 2 bovates by Ran[ulph] de Pikehale.
Yarnewik. 1 carucate by Roger de Yngoldeby; and 1 bovate by Robert de Yarnewik.
Thirne. ½ carucate by Richard de Thyrne.
Geytenby. 4 carucates by Gilbert Ruchemond, Hugh de Ask and Stephen Malovel.
Aclethorp. 2 carucates by William de Ebor'; 2 carucates by Simon de Aclethorp; and 1 carucate by John son of William de Westlaton.
Westbolton. 1 bovate by Adam Litilloverd.
The part which is in the king's wardship:—
Snape manor, with a moiety of the wood of Welle and of Snape, excepting dower.
Crakehale manor, excepting dower.
Swinesate in Coverdale. A vaccary with pasture through the whole forest and estovers.
Rypon. 16d. from Robert de Catton.
Waldene. 2s. 8d. from the lodge (Loga) of Wytey.
Fees pertaining to this part:—
Thorneton Colling. 4 carucates held by Brian son of Alan.
Neuton. 3½ carucates held by Robert Tortemeyns; 1 carucate by John de Srafton; and 2 carucates by Peter de Rand.
Thorp. 1 carucate by Robert de Wycclif.
Barton. 3 carucates by the abbot of St. Agatha, rendering foreign (service).
Little Bolton. 3 carucates by John de Roald-Burton.
Leyborn, Haukeswelle and Walbron. 3 carucates and 2 bovates by Richard de Rybef'.
Burton upon Yor. 4 carucates by Richard de Burton.
Great Crakehale. ½ carucate by Robert son of Henry; and 2 bovates by William son of Amice.
Aygesgard. The advowson of the church with the presentation remains to each heir in succession.
Mandate from the king's escheator to the escheator in cos. Norfolk and Suffolk reciting the above writ.
Norfolk.Extent and distribution between the heirs (undated and defective).
Pickenham (extent given, with names of tenants), including ¼ knight's fee held by the heir of Richard Curlu in Middeltun, divided into 3 parts, to one of which is assigned a moiety of the advowson of Hederset church, which Master Simon le Gaunt holds, to another the other moiety, which Ralph de Sumercote holds, and to the third ... of the chapel of Cantelof ...
Norfolk.Extent and distribution between the heirs (undated).
Stockton (extent given with names of tenants), divided into three parts, including 10s. to each part from the chamber of Sir Roger Bigot, earl Mareschall.
Norfolk.Extent and distribution between the heirs (undated).
Hederset manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 1 knight's fee in Bellhawe alias Bellhaye, held by Thomas de Clare and Robert Walram, and ¼ fee each held by John de Stratune and his brother, William Dunstun, Nicholas de Chaverham in Chaverham, Richard de Crepinge in Saxtorp, and the heir of Ralph de Wramplingham, divided into 3 parts, to one of which is assigned a moiety of the advowson of Hederset church, to another the other moiety (as abovesaid), and to the third the advowson of Houtun church and 2 parts of the chapel of Kantelof. Charges (recaptio) of the manor, Sir William Malerbe 4s. 10d., Hubert Hakun 7d., for a hundred 12d., langavel 1d., Costeseye manor 4s., William de Kingham ½d., and Godfrey le Garneys 40s., which the lord gave him by charter to be received from the mill.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (16.)
744.Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk.
Writ, 6 July, 54 Hen. III.
Sir Roger Bigot alias de Bygot, son of the late Sir Hugh le Bigot alias Bigod brother of the said earl, age variously stated as 24 and more, 25 and more, and 26 and more, is his heir.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Thursday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Forneset manor with the advowson (extent given), pertaining to the barony of Bigot, which is held of the king in chief by the barony service; and a certain homage called Hadesco, which is held of the king in chief by serjeanty of finding a man with a lance in the king's army.
[Suffolk.]Extent (undated).
Frameningham manor with the advowson (extent given), including the pastures of Oldfreth, Bradhaye, and Buthehaye, held of Adam de Bedinfeld rendering 6d.
[Berks.]Extent (undated).
Hamstede manor with the advowson, with its grange of Spenes (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of the marshal's wand.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Monday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Pesenhal manor (extent given), including a wood called Oldewode, a member of Framhingeham castle and held by 2 knights' fees.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Bung[ey] with the castle and manor (extent given), held of the earl of Warwyk by service of 1 knight's fee.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Bung[eye] manor with the castle and borough (fuller extent given), held as above.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 54 Hen. III.
Staverton manor (extent given), including marshes called Oldemor and Staverton mor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee. The advowsons of the churches of Eyk and Bromiswell pertain to the manor.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Monday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Keleshal manor with the advowson (extent given), a member of the barony of Bygot and held of the king.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 54 Hen. III.
Holisle manor with the advowson (extent given), including the market of Margritestowe, held of the king in chief as pertaining to the barony of Bigot.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Friday before St. Mary Magdalen, 54 Hen. III.
Gipewic. A house and quay held of the earl of Aubemarle by free service of 4d. yearly.
[Suffolk.]Extent (undated).
Cratefeld alias Cradefeld manor (extent given), held of the fee of Baynard by service of ½ knight's fee.
[Suffolk.]Extent (undated).
Soham manor (extent given), held of the honour of Richemund rendering 20s. yearly.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Hanewrth manor, with the advowsons of Aleby, Audeburg, Coleby, Banigham, Westwic, and ¼ of St. Mary Antingham (extent given), held of the king in chief as member of the barony of Bygit.
Aleby. 12a. arable held of Sir Walter de Mauteby by service of ½ mark.
Suffeud manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief of the said barony of Bigot.
[Essex.]Extent (undated).
Cestreford manor with the advowson (extent given), including 5s. for view of frankpledge from the township of Dokesworth, held of the honour of Strugull and pertaining to the marshalsey.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Dichingham manor with the advowson (extent given), including the underwoods of Chertheage, Schyrifeseles and Sextingge, and 20s. from the market of Lodene, held of the king in chief, with Ersham, by service of 40d.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 54 Hen. III.
Waleton manor (extent given), including a marsh called Le Holm, a marsh at Fauntenham, a pasture called Croxtonecroft, a pasture at Kenebrok, 5s. rent for cultivating vines at Frameningham, and 9s. rent for customs of ships at Stanbake and Gustun, held of the bishop of Ely by service of 2 knights.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 54 Hen. III.
Donigworthe manor, with the advowsons of Duningworth, Blakeshal, Thunstall and Iken (extent given), held of the honour of Eye by service of 5 knights.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Ersham. A moiety of the hundred (extent given), including 3s. 1½d. rent of assize of Frescingge, 2s. 4d. rent of assize called devil's cape (capa Diaboli) from the town of Denton, and the market of Herleston, held of the king in chief at fee farm rendering 40d. yearly.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr (?) 54 Hen. III. (defaced).
The manor of Ho and the hundred (of Loes) (extent given), held of Robert son of Roger, heir of Hugh ... Noteleie pays 58s. 8½d. yearly to the manor of Ho for exchanges.
[Essex.]Extent, Thursday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 54 Hen. III.
Doverecurt manor, with Herewyc its member (extent given), held of the earl of Oxford by service of 1 knight.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Wednesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Little Framingham manor (extent given), held of the honour of Chester in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Banham manor (extent given), held of the earl of Warenne in chief by service of 1 knight.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Friday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Lopham manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief as member of the barony of Bygot for a pourparty of the service due.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Wednesday before St. Margaret, 54 Hen. III.
Acle manor with the advowson (extent given), including marshes called Holm, Essiesmers, and Hallecote, held of the king in chief by the barony service due.
Walsham manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief by the barony service due.
Halvergate manor with the advowson (extent given), including marshes called Thurstanesmers, Hosulfvesflet, Godringesmers, Mantesmers and Fretholm, held of the king in chief by the barony service due.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (17.)
745.William alias Walter de Brademere.
Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 21 Sept., 54 Hen. III. on the complaint of Richard de Brademere, his son that the escheator had ejected him from certain lands after his father's death. Inq. (undated.)
Richard, his son, age unspecified, is heir of the said William.
[Surrey ?](Unspecified.) Lands &c. held of John de Inglesham in chief for 1d. yearly, and 50s. for two years to the lords of the fee as attorney of the said John: after his death the said Richard had seisin of the said lands, according to the custom of the country. He held no lands of the king in chief.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (18.)
746.Bricius Cappelanus.
Writ de escæta to the bailiff of the king's manor of Wodestok, 29 Sept. Inq. Saturday after St. Michael, 54 Hen. III.
[Oxford.]Cumbe. A tenement held of the king in chief rendering ½d. yearly, suit of court and tallage, is the king's escheat through the death of the said Bricius, who died by misadventure in a certain windmill, and the jury know of no heir of his of the same tenement.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (19.)
747.Cres' son of Master Moses, a Jew of London.
Writ of ad plenum certiorari to the constable of the tower of London and the mayor and sheriffs, 10 Sept. Inq. Wednesday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 54 Hen. III.
London.The houses late of the said Cress in Melcstrate are not the king's escheat through the death of the said Cress, who never made any default against the king's peace, but as a good and faithful Jew before his death made his will according to the custom of Jewry, and bequeathed the said houses to Cok his son. In testimony whereof the said constable, mayor and sheriffs and the Jewish jurors only have placed their seals, for never since the city had its liberties and ancient customs have any jurors put their seals to inquisitions of this sort. Beneath are the names of the Jewish jurors in Hebrew.
C. Hen. III. File 38. (20.)