Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 39

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 39', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (1904), pp. 242-249. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108035 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 39

748.Petronilla la Mareschale, sometime the wife of William le Mareschal.
Writ, 20 Oct., 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated).
[Gloucester.]Kynges Cherleton manor was given by King Richard by charter to Walter de Esseleye, from whom it descended to his sister Mabel Revel, who had a daughter Sabina del Hortyey alias del Ortiheye, who had a daughter Petronilla, and the said Mabel gave the manor to Sir William Mareschall in free marriage with the said Petronilla; the manor is not of the inheritance of the said William.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (1.)
749.Robert Corbet.
Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 7 Jan. on the complaint of William Corbet his nephew, that the subescheator had ejected him from a third part of the manor of Chetinton, of which the said Robert had enfeoffed him, together with the other two parts of the manor. Inq. Sunday the morrow of the Conversion of St. Paul, 54 Hen, III.
Salop.Chetinton. The said Robert was a bastard and died without heir, but he enfeoffed the said William his nephew of ⅓ of the manor of Chetinton, which Sibyl de Broc sometime held, and which he had of the king's grant, to him and his heirs or assigns, doing the accustomed services to the chief lords, and to the said Robert and his heirs &c. 1 pair of white gloves yearly; the said Robert could do this by the king's charter, and the said William was in peaceful seisin thereof for a month before the said Robert's death. The said Robert sold the advowson of the church of Chetinton to Robert Burnel.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (2.)
750.Reginald de Leyham.
Writ (missing). Inq. ... before St. Martin, 54 Hen. III. (defective.) ... aged less than 9 (or ? 19), is his heir.
Norfolk.Buchtorp manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief for 2 knights' fees; and Lecia, the relict of the said Reginald, holds a third part in dower.
The king after the death of the said Reginald gave the said (manor &c.) to Emery de Weyllevinie for his service by letters .. in his 51st year, and he sold the manor ... to William Bathun and Robert de Perrer until the lawful age ... of the heir, who is within nine ...; which the king [confirmed ?] by letters patent of 6 Nov. in his 52nd year.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (3.)
751.Nigel de Plumton.
Writ (missing). Inq. (undated, but endorsed 55 Hen. III.).
Robert his son, aged 4½, is his heir, and the wardship and marriage pertain to Sir William de Percy.
[York.][Plumton.] Lands &c. worth 10 marks 2s. 3d. yearly, without 3 dowers of 3 ladies, held of the fee of William de Wescy, service unspecified.
Plumton. 10 marks 3s. of land yearly, without the said 3 dowers, help of the fee of William de Percy, service unspecified.
Nessefeld. 108s. 8d. of land yearly, without the said 3 dowers, held of Peter de Percy rendering 42s. yearly.
Gersinton, worth 10 marks 4s. 1d. yearly, without the said 3 dowers, held of Sir William de Percy rendering 1 mark yearly.
Idel, worth 5 marks yearly, without the 3 dowers, held of the earl of of Lincoln, and afterwards of the king by reason of his heir, service unspecified.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (4.)
752.Ada late the wife of William de Furnivall.
Writ, 15 May, 55 Hen. III.
Helewisa her daughter, wife of Sir Eustace de Baylloll, aged 23, is her heir.
Westmoreland.Inq. (undated).
Offe. A moiety of the manor, held of the heirs of Robert de Veteri Ponte by 3s. 8d. cornage yearly.
Cumberland.Inq. Wednesday the eve of St. Barnabas, 55 Hen. III.
Ayketon manor with a moiety of the advowson (extent given).
Burgh by Sands (super le Sablunes). A moiety (extent given), including the herbage of le Rogmire, and the fishery of Edene.
Kircoswald. A moiety with a moiety of the advowson (extent given), including the herbage of Rawenholme.
Laysingby. A moiety (extent given).
All held of the king in chief for 40s. 3d. cornage, and suit at Cumberland county (courts).
C. Hen. III. File 39. (5.)
753.David le Lardiner.
Writ, 25 Oct., 55 Hen. III. Extent, Monday after St. Leonard, 56 Hen. III. David his son, is his heir and of full age.
York.York. A messuage, 7l. 12s. 1d. rent by the hands of the bailiffs, 2s. rent from John le Especer, and 4s. from John de Beverle.
Bustardthorp. 7s. rent from Thomas Bustard.
Land called Cortteburn, worth 6s. 8d. yearly.
All held of the king in chief for keeping the king's gaol of the forest, making and keeping the king's larder, and finding salt at his own cost, and for this he shall have 'crura superiora et loynes,' and shall make sales for the king's debt by summons from the exchequer, and at each sale shall have 2s. 8d.
Skelton. A messuage, 5 bovates land, a windmill, &c. held of Sir Robert de Nevvill, doing foreign (service).
Morton. 1 carucate land, rendering 5s. yearly to the altar of the monastery of St. Mary, York.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (6.)
754.Richard de Wyghebereghe alias Wiggeber.
Writ (missing).
He died on Wednesday before St. Michael, 54 Hen. III.
William de Wiggeber his son, aged 24 and more, is his heir.
Wilts.Inq. Monday after All Saints, 55 Hen. III.
Ebbelesburn Wak. 2 carucates land held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee in the army in Wales.
Nethehavene. 1 carucate land held by service of 10l. yearly to the heirs of Sir William Lungespeye.
[Somerset.]Inq. The morrow of All Saints, 55 Hen. III.
Wiggeber. 1 carucate land.
Peggenes. 1 carucate land.
All held of the king in chief by service of being usher of the king's hall; and Ellen mother of the said Richard was in seisin of the same by rendering 40s. yearly to the king by the hands of the sheriff.
Stratton. 2 virgates land held of Sir Ralph de Albinaco, service unspecified. (See No. 885.)
C. Hen. III. File 39. (7.)
755.William de Huntercomb.
Writ, 27 Mar., 55 Hen. III.
Walter de Huntercumbe, knight, his son, is his heir and of full age.
Oxford.Inq. Easter eve.
Huntercumbe manor, held of God and of the church of St. Mary, Carlisle (Karl'), rendering 1lb. of incense at Easter.
Ippesden. 1 carucate land held of John Giffard for ½ knight's fee.
Niweham. 2 carucates land held of the king of Almain for 1 knight's fee.
Essex.Extent and Inq. ... St. George 55 Hen. III. (fragment).
Hengeham manor (extent given), held in chief of the earl...
(Thomas his son), who was aged 12 at the feast of St. Nicholas ... is his heir (of this manor).
[Bedford.]Inq. Tuesday in Easter week, 55 Hen. III.
Wrastlingwurthe manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
Essex.Extent and Inq. Thursday after St. Tiburcius and Valerian, 55 Hen. III)
Wenstede manor with the patronage of the church (extent given), held of the bishop of London in chief by ¼ knight's fee, and 2s. yearly to Storteford castle.
Thomas his son, aged 12 from the feast of St. Nicholas last, is his heir of this manor.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (8.)
756.Henry de Hauville alias de Hawill.
Writ, 8 June, 55 Hen. III.
Thomas, son of Ralph de Hawill his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir.
Lincoln.Inq. Thursday before St. Margaret.
Haconeby manor (extent given), held of the king by serjeanty of receiving at Boston the gerfalcons sent to the King. Amice, sometime the wife of the said Henry, holds ⅓ of the manor in dower.
Norfolk.Inq. Tuesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 55 Hen. III.
Dunton and Ketleston. A messuage, 263½a. and 1r. land, 6½a. herbage, 7l. 18d. rent of assize, a windmill and watermill &c. held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping the king's gerfalcons.
Reynham. 5l. 6s. 8d. rent of assize held of the king by white farm, viz.—40s. yearly.
The said Amice holds in dower ⅓ of the lands &c. of Dunton, and a moiety of those of Reynham.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (9.)
757.Aline la Mareschale.
Writ of certiorari whether the said Aline enfeoffed Alice de Carhou her daughter deceased, of the manor of Aselakeby for life only or otherwise. 24 March. Inq. Saturday after the Sunday when Quasimodo geniti is sung, 55 Hen. III. John le Marechal, son of Sir William le Marechal, is her heir.
Lincoln.The said Aline enfeoffed Alice de Carrehou alias de Carrou of the manor of Aselokeby for life, and after her death it ought to revert to the heirs of the said Aline. (See No. 688.)
C. Hen. III. File 39. (10.)
758.Thomas son of Thomas de Moleton.
Writ, 14 Jan. Inq. Saturday before the Purification, 55 Hen. III.
Thomas his son, is his heir and of full age.
Cumberland.Burgh by Sands (super sablones). A moiety (extent given), including 13 nets (retia) in the water of Edene.
(Unspecified.) 3 hamlets freely held by Sir Robert de la Ferete by cornage and suit of court at Burgh, and a moiety of 'le frithenette.'
Thorisby, similarly held by Sir William de Boyvill.
Yshale, held by Hubbert de Moleton for 1lb. cummin.
Neuton and a moiety of Grinnisdal, held by Thomas de Neuton by suit of court.
Grinnisdal. A moiety held by William de Sore by suit of court.
Kircoswald. A moiety with a moiety of the advowsons of Kircoswald and Ayketon (extent given with names of tenants), including:—
Laysingby. 1 carucate land held by Sir Robert de la Ferete in free marriage; 6 bovates land and a moiety of the mill, held by Sir Hugh de Moleton for 1lb. cummin: and 2 bovates land freely held by John de Belchampe for 1 pair of white gloves.
All the above held of the king in chief by 25s. 2d. for cornage, and suit at Cumberland county (court).
C. Hen. III. File 39. (11.)
759.Hugh de Morwyke.
Writ (missing). Inq. The morrow of All Saints, 55 Hen. III.
Sibyl the wife of Roger de Momeley, and Theophania the wife of John de Bulmere, both of full age, and Beatrice the wife of John de Rossell, aged 15 at Hock Day last, are his heirs.
Leicester.Pickewell. A messuage, 8 virgates land, and 53s. 20d. rent, held of the king in chief (service unspecified). (See No. 720.)
C. Hen. III. File 39. (12.)
760.William de Duston alias de Dustune.
Writ, 19 April. Inq. The morrow of St. George the Martyr, 55 Hen. III.
Kent.Ditton. 100s. rent, held of the king in chief; and as to the service, one Scrangia, who sometime held the manor of Ayllesford, which afterwards was the king's escheat, gave the said rent to William de Duston, grandfather of Isabel de Grey, in free marriage with a certain maid (domicilla) of hers, without service, until it should come to the 4th degree. It cannot be the king's escheat whilst heirs of the said William are living: he had 3 daughters his heirs, who were under age when their father died, whose wardship the king had by reason of tenements which the said William held of him in chief in co. Northampton. Walter, sometime archbishop of York, who afterwards had the wardship of the heirs, married them, and assigned to each her share of the inheritance, so that the said rent fell to the pourparty of Isabel, the eldest daughter, who was married to Walter de Grey: the said Isabel is in seisin of two parts thereof, viz.—⅓ which the king delivered to her by reason of her pourparty, and another ⅓ which the king delivered to her by reason of Roesia de Vylli, who acknowledged that the rent wholly fell to the pourparty of the said Isabel her sister, and the remaining ⅓ is in the king's hands, because Joan, the third daughter, married to Mauger le Vavathur, never came to make any acknowledgement, and died leaving an heir of full age: the said Isabel and Roesia are of full age. The king delivered the third part of the said rent to William le Chandelur, deceased, whose wife is now in seisin thereof, but the jury know not by what warrant.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (13.)
761.Gerard de Sutton.
Writ (missing). Inq. Monday before Witsunday, 55 Hen. III.
Jordan his son is his heir and of full age.
[Nottingham.]Sutton. A messuage, 6 bovates land, 6a. meadow, a mill, and 12s. rent, with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief rendering 14s. yearly, doing suit of court at Mamesfeud, and finding an esquire at the king's common summons in Wales for 40 days at his own costs; and a messuage and 10a. land rendering 22d. yearly to the king.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (14.)
762.Henry de Chelton alias de Scelton, de Shelton.
Writ, 24 Feb., 55 Hen. III.
Robert de Scelton his son, aged 25 and more, is his heir.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Tuesday before St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III.
Yllech manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 3 knights' fees; 14a. land held of Adam de Yllech by service of 1lb. cummin; 60a. land and 4a. wood of John de Laveham by service of 1 mark 1d. and ¼ knight's fee; and 6a. of Hugh de Capeles by service of 8d.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Sunday after St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III.
Bedingham manor with Woton (extent given), held of the fee of Arundel by service of ½ knight's fee.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Saturday after St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III.
Scelton manor, viz.—a messuage, 60a. land, 14a. wood, 1a. pasture and a windmill, held of the fee of Arundel by ¼ knight's fee; 50a. land and a mill held of Roger de Hales by service of 4s.; 14a. of Robert son of Walter by service of 3s.; 18a. (land) and 2a. pasture, held of Nicholas de Scelton by service of 4s.; 14a. held of Simon le Claver by service of 3s.; and 4a. held of Hervey le Waleys by service of 18d.; also 4l. 5s. 8d. rent of assize, and 17s. 3¼d. villenage.
[Norfolk.]Extent, Friday after St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III.
Osmunddeston manor, viz.—15a. land held of Omer (?) de Bisilthe by service of 3s. 2d., who holds of the king in chief; and 100a. land, 5a. pasture, 6½a. wood, a mill, 24s. 9¼d. rent of assize, and 2s. 3d. works, held of the fee of Arundel by service of ½ knight's fee.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (15.)
763.Roger de Scaccario.
Writ, 2 April. Inq. Thursday in Easter week, 55 Hen. III.
Laurence, his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir.
Oxford.Leukenor and Stockyncherech' parishes. ½ knight's fee, held by serjeanty of being grand usher of the king's exchequer, usher of Jewry, and crier before the justices of the king's bench and the rest of the justices of eyre, for all pleas throughout the realm of England.
Estone. 1 hide land, held of Sir Alan son of Reyward, rendering 1lb. cummin, 1lb. pepper, and 12d. yearly.
Leukenore parish. ½ hide land held of the abbot of Abingdon rendering 20s. yearly.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (16.)
764.Richard de Tany.
Writ, 3 Nov., 55 Hen. III.
Sir Richard de Taney, his son, aged 30 and more, is his heir.
Essex.Inq. and extent, Wednesday after St. Martin, 55 Hen. III.
Chigenhal manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the earl of Hereford by service of 1 knight's fee.
Essex.Inq. and extent, The day of St. Martin, 55 Hen. III.
Elmestede manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief of the honour of Releye, together with the manors of Stapelford and Stanbregg, of which Stanbregg Sir Philip Basset is seised for life, by service of 7½ knights' fees, and 1 suit of court monthly at Relye honour, and 1 suit at the hundred (court) of Tendring from the manor of Elmestede.
Essex.Inq. and extent, Friday after St. Martin, 55 Hen. III.
Stapelford manor with the advowson (extent given), held of the king in chief as abovesaid, and the manor paid 5s. yearly to the bailiffs of the hundred of Angre for sheriff's aid.
Essex.Inq. and extent, Saturday after St. Martin, 55 Hen. III.
Lattone alias Latton Taney manor (extent given), held of Sir William Comyn, pertaining to the honour of Beneton, by service of ½ knight's fee, 3s. to the hundred of Herlawe, and suit of court there; and thus for a long time, but more anciently it was held of the honour of Boulogne, with an equal part held by Henry de Merk and another by the abbot of St. Edmunds, which 3 parts were parted to 3 sisters as one heir, and held of the honour of Boulogne; but how they were transferred the jury do not recollect. A moiety of the advowson of the church pertains to the manor, and a moiety to the priory of Latton.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (17.)
765.Hubert de Terling.
Writ (missing). Extent, 12 April, 55 Hen. III.
John, his son, aged 12 at the feast of St. Lucy last, is his heir.
Essex.Terling. 259½a. land in demesne, held of the king in chief by service of finding a serjeant with a horse armed for 40 days at his own cost, when the King shall go to Wales with his army, also 3½a. meadow, 17a. pasture, 13a. wood, 22s. 10¾d. rents of freemen, 22s. 4d. rent of villeins, &c. And he owed to Gervase de Haldolt 3s. rent for a piece of land. His wife seeks a third part in dower; and Lady Maud de Heyham is dowered of a part of the lands, &c. pertaining to the said tenement, which is not reckoned in the above extent.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (18.)
766.Robert de Ulcestre.
Writ of plenius certiorari, 8 May. Inq. Monday the morrow of Holy Trinity, 55 Hen. III.
Northumberland.Ulecestre manor was held of the heirs of Robert de Muscamp by 1 whole knight's fee; and in the last eyre of the justices for the forest at Newcastle upon Tyne the said Robert took 1½a. of land of the king's demesne wood called Claverleye, to be held to him and his heirs rendering 5s. yearly to the sheriff at the exchequer of Newcastle to the king's use, the justices perceiving that it was more to the king's advantage that it should be let at that farm than remain forest.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (19.)
767.Nicholas de Verdun, son of John de Verdun.
Writ, 5 Aug. 55 Hen. III.
Theobald, his brother, aged 23 and more, is his heir.
Hereford.Inq. Monday after the Assumption, 55 Hen. III.
Ewyas castle, with a moiety of the manor (extent given), including two forests, and 21l. rents and toll of the borough of Ewyas, held of the king in chief as pertaining to his part of the barony of Webbele, which part he held by service of 7½ knights' fees; and 20a. land of the fee of Crosmunt (?), held of Sir Edmund the king's son.
Hereford.Inq. Sunday the morrow of the Assumption, 55 Hen. III.
Webbele. A moiety of the barony (extent given), including toll of the borough, held of the king in chief, with all the land he held in England or in the marches, by service of 7½ knights' fees.
Salop.Inq. Wednesday after the Assumption, 55 Hen. III.
Ludelowe. A moiety of the whole borough (extent given), held of the king in chief as pertaining to his part of the barony of Webbele as above said.
C. Hen. III. File 39. (20.)