|788.||James de Aldithele alias de Audithele.|
|Writ of certiorari, 16 July, 56 Hen. III, on the complaint of Ella, late the wife of the said James, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the manors of Stratton and Wechewik, which were of her free marriage of the gift of her father William Lungespei. Inq. (undated.)|
James his son, aged 22 and more, is his heir.
|Oxford.||Stretton and Wrechewic manors, are held of the fee of Henry de Laci, and were given in free marriage with the said Ella to the said James.|
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (1.)|
|789.||James de Aldeleye.|
|Writ of certiorari, 12 Sept. on the complaint of Alice de Bello Campo that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the manor of Herdewyk, which she bought of Ralph de Audely. Inq. Monday before St. Michael, 56 Hen. III.|
|Oxford.||Herdewick manor was bought by the said Alice of Ralph Daudeley, sometime lord of the same, and is held in chief of Sir Maurice Daudele by one knight's fee. It was seized (into the king's hands) by reason of the death of James de Audele, but he never had any seisin there, and it may be restored to the said Alice without prejudice to anyone.|
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (2.)|
|790.||Ismannia alias Ymannia Baynard.|
|Writ, 12 June, 56 Hen. III.|
Roger Baynard, her son, aged 50, is her heir.
|Essex.||Extent and Inq. Wednesday before St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III.|
Little Reyn in Heng[ford] hundred. 1 hide land with messuage, &c. (extent given), held of the king in chief by 1 hidage.
|Essex.||Extent and Inq. Tuesday before St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III.|
Messing in Lexeden hundred. A capital messuage, lands, &c. (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (3.)|
|791.||Thomas de Bekering.|
|Writs, 6 Sept. Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. Matthew, 56 Hen. III.|
Thomas, his son, age variously stated as 26 and more, and 30, is his heir.
|Northumberland.||(Unspecified.) 1¼ knight's fee, held in barony of the inheritance of Mary his wife; and the said Thomas and Mary rendered their relief to the king in the time of Peter de Vallibus, the escheator.|
Hernham manor, a moiety of Bolum, and a moiety of Bradeford, held in demesne and in services (extent given).
(Unspecified.) 3½ carucates land, with 9s. rent and a mill, held of the inheritance of the said Mary, of the barony of Bolebek.
Lyhtedon, held of the barony of Bolum.
The said Mary is his heir (of these lands) and of full age.
Writ, 6 Sept., 56 Hen. III.
|Lincoln.||Inq. Monday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 56 Hen. III.|
Bekering. A capital messuage, 7½ bovates land, 5a. meadow, 17 tofts, 7½ bovates land in the hands of villeins, a mill, &c.
Westirington. A messuage and 6 bovates land.
Herthewik. A messuage and 1½ bovates land.
Tyrington. 5a. meadow and 2 tofts.
All held of the fee of Sir Robert de Ros, service unspecified, and of the inheritance of the said Thomas.
Barthon. 4 bovates land, held of the fee of Sir Gilbert de Gaunt, service unspecified.
|Huntingdon.||Inq. The day of St. Denis, 56 Hen. III.|
Great Cattewrd. 4½ virgates land.
Werkwelle. 4 virgates land, held of the earl of Hereford, as pertaining to Kinebauton, to whom relief is due and not to the king.
All held of the inheritance of the said Mary.
The next heir after the death of the said Mary, who is now the heir, will be Thomas, son of the said Thomas and Mary, aged 30.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (4.)|
|792.||John de Dyve.|
|Writ, 17 July, 56 Hen. III.|
Henry his son, age variously stated as 21 and more and 22 and more, is his heir.
|Sussex.||Extent Monday after St. Martin, 57 Hen. III.|
Wunewerthe manor in Grafham (extent given), held of the lord of Arundel in chief by 1 knight's fee.
Wyke. A capital messuage, 4 carucates land in demesne, meadow and pasture, 8 virgates land in villenage, 6 cottars, 60s. free rent, &c. held of Sir Hugh de Plecy, service unspecified.
|Oxford.||Dadington. ⅓ of 2 knight's fees held of the king by knights' service.|
|Oxford.||Extent Wednesday before St. Giles, 56 Hen. III.|
Dadinton manor (extent given), held of the king by service of ⅓ of 2 knights' fees.
|Oxford.||Extent Sunday before the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 56 Hen. III.|
Dokelinton manor (extent given), held of Sir Hugh de Plessetis by service of 1½ knight's fee.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (5.)|
|793.||William de Wavere.|
|Writ, 4 March, 56 Hen. III.|
Robert his son, aged 24 as they say, is his heir, and has taken a wife.
Wavere in Knytelawe hundred, held of Sir Richard le Cursun of Queneborou, service unspecified.
Neubolde, Lalleford and Cosforde, lands (unspecified), held of Lady Joan Wake in chief, service unspecified.
|Lincoln.||Inq. Saturday after the Annunciation, 56 Hen. III.|
Siyestan manor, held of Lady Christiana Ledet and her heirs, rendering 1 mark yearly for all service.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (6.)|
|794.||John Berenger alias Beniger.|
|Writ, 28 Aug. Inq. Thursday before the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 56 Hen. III.|
His heir is named Ingram, aged 7.
|Wilts.||[Alvedeston.] 2 parts of 12 bovates land, held of the abbess, &c. of Wilton in fee farm, by rendering yearly 48 quarters wheat, and 48 quarters malt, whereof 24 quarters shall be of barley, 8 of wheat and 16 of oats; also 24 quarters oats for making gruell, and 3 quarters wheat and 3 quarters barley for making household bread (panem fam'); also 400 loaves of bread containing at least 7 quarters of wheat and barley in equal portions; also 9½ marks rent of assize, and 200 fleeces; all which are for the food and clothing of the nuns of Wilton; nor is there wardship or marriage because the land is held by fee farm.|
Writ to enquire whether the wardship and marriage of the heir, &c. pertain to the king, by reason of the vacancy of the abbey of Wilton, 9 Sept. Inq. Monday before St. Matthew, 56 Hen. III.
|Wilts.||Alvedeston. 2 carucates land held of the said abbess, &c. as above. The wardship and marriage pertain to the said abbess, &c. but Alice de Parham sometime abbess, sold the wardship and marriage of the said John to Christina, his mother, who still survives, for 40 marks. The jury were deceived through the haste of their clerk.|
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (7.)|
|795.||William la Zuch.|
|Writ of certiorari, 3 Feb. on the complaint of John de Traylli, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the manor of Hobrugg', which the said William held by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Maud the said John's mother. Inq. The day of St. Peter ad Cathedram, 56 Hen. III.|
|Essex.||Hobrug' manor was not held of his own inheritance, but he held it by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Maud, sometime his wife. Sir John de Trailly is the next heir of the said Maud.|
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (8.)|
|796.||William de Staundon alias de Stondone.|
|Writ of certiorari, to the sheriff of Essex, 24 May, 56 Hen. III, on the petition of brother Ranulph de Bremesgrave, preceptor of the New Temple, London, showing that the wardship of certain lands in Little Cressing ought not to belong to the king, because held of the master, &c. of the Temple, in socage.|
|Essex.||Inq. (undated.) Little Kyrsing. The said William held his land in socage, rendering to the master and brethren of the Knights Templars in England 48s. yearly, and doing certain customs and works (specified), and suit of court.|
|London.||Inq. Thursday after the Purification, 56 Hen. III.|
The said William held that capital messuage in the parish of St. Mary Somersete which Sir John de Wyvill used to inhabit; and now Orabilia his relict holds it by his bequest, together with 20s. rent from the prior and canons of Suwerk for tenements at Tymberhuth, and other small rents (extent given).
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (9.)|
|797.||Robert Pakeman of Kereby.|
|Writ, 4 Sept. Inq. Saturday after St. Michael, 56 Hen. III. held in the court of the view of frank pledge of the honour of Peverel.|
Robert, his son, aged 21 at the feast of St. Margaret last, is his heir.
|Leicester||[Kereby ?]. 10 virgates land (extent given with names of tenants), including 3 virgates held by the abbot of Gerondon, and ½ virgate by the parson of Clenefeld, in alms, held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee, and suit at the court of the honour of Peverel at Leicester.|
Oddeston. 2 virgates land, held of John Maunsel, by service of 2s. yearly.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (10.)|
|798.||Henry de Umfraunvill.|
|Writ, 28 Dec. Inq. 19 Jan., 56 Hen. III.|
John de Unfranvile, his brother, aged 30 and more, is his heir.
|Devon.||Toriton and Kelminton manors. A fifth part held of the king in chief by service of 3 knights' fees.|
Lapford and Dune manors, held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 3 knights' fees.
He also had a certain land called Langetrewe of the gift of the said earl, but whether he was enfeoffed for life only, or to him and his heirs is unknown to the jury.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (11.)|
|799.||Avice de Blakeford, late the wife of William de Berkeleye, deceased.|
|Writ, 28 June, 56 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)|
John de Blakeford, her son, aged 24, is her heir.
|Devon.||Brauntune manor, held of the king in chief by serjeanty, doing service of 1 knight's fee.|
Rewes manor, held of Sir Henry de Traci by service of ½ knight's fee.
Dunesford manor, held of Sir Geoffrey de Maundevil by service of ½ knight's fee.
Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 3 Aug., 56 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)
William de Berkeleye held no lands of his own inheritance, nor of purchase except the manor of Lyditune in co. Dorset, which he had only by exchange and by alienation to Sir Ralph de Gorges of the inheritance of the said Avice against her will. He held the above-mentioned manors, of the inheritance of the said Avice, for many years, until against her will he alienated 20s. land in Brauntune manor to Henry de Stanwee, 1 ferling land in Dunesford manor to the prior of St. Nicholas, Exeter, and the residue of the said manors and the whole land of Rewes, to Sir Ralph de Gorges; after whose death the sub-escheator took them into the king's hands and still holds them. All which alienations the said William made 11 years ago for the purpose of eloigning the inheritance from the right heirs of the said Avice.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (12.)|
|800.||Peter de Brus.|
|Writ, 28 Sept. 56 Hen. III.|
Agnes the wife of Walter de Faucunberge, Lucy the wife of Marmaduke de Twenge, Margaret the wife of Robert de Ros of Werke, and Ladereyna the wife of John [de Bella Aqua] ... , are his heirs.
|[Westmoreland.]||Inq. Thursday ... (fragment) Kirkeby in Kendale ... advowsons of churches, abbeys and priories ...|
|[York.]||Inq. (undated and very defective and faded). Scelton ... of the king in chief for 15 knights' fees by ancient feoffment, and the town of Daneby with the forest for 1 fee of new feoffment ... William Sturmy and his parceners 2 fees, Robert de Laceles 1 fee, William Mauleverer 1½ fee, John Mauleverer 1½ fee, Robert Hyngeram ... ring (?) ½ fee, ... ½ fee, Robert de Butterwike 1 fee, the heir of Fossard 1 fee, Thomas (?) de Grimeston 1 fee, William de Roseles (?) 3 ... 6 bovates land in Jarum, Adam de Seton ... carucates land in the same by knight's service, the same Adam holds in Scelton ½ carucate in the same manner, John de Thocotes 2 carucates ... Richard de Hoton 7 carucates in the same manner, Robert Scarbode 1 carucate in the same manner, Richard de Lackeneby ½ carucate in the same manner, Robert de Tuenge in the same 8 ... ½ fee, Anselm de Harpham 1 carucate and 2 bovates in the same, whereof 8 carucates make a fee, Marmaduke de Tuenge 12 bovates in Thorp and Morsum ... Anselm de Harpham 3½ carucates, whereof 8 make a fee, Reginald son of Peter 3 carucates in Cromer; also Peter de Brus held 1 fee of the bishop of Durham (Dumel'), and Sir Robert de ... holds 1 fee and rendered yearly to P. de Brus 20s., of which he rendered 13s. 4d. to William de Perci; also Peter de Brus held in Elmeland 2 fees of Henry de L ... Maucovenaunt holds 1 fee, Robert de Nevile 1 fee, William de Boivile 1 fee, Conan de Liverton ½ fee, the prior of Giseburn and William Humet and other free tenants ½ fee in Lothus, William de ... eby ½ fee; all that hold of the fee of Henry de Lacy hold at foreign service; Matthew de Glaphou holds in the same of P. de Brus ½ carucate by knight's service, the heir of Merley holds ... and the same P. holds of the earl of Albemarle ... with all adjacent buildings outside the castle, a small park around the castle, the liberty of taking one skep of salt yearly from every salt pan (salina) in the marsh of Cotum, and 12s. from every boat on the shore (marina) of Redker, and thus the castle with its appurtenances aforewritten is worth 14l. yearly; and a fish pond at Scelton worth ... ; and [wreck of the sea ?] from Jarum to Reneswike which cannot be extended; the whole 14l. 8s. 8d.|
Scelton borough, with the farm and pleas of court, and toll there and at Cotum and Cotum marsh for the berth (situ) of each ship landing there, excepting ships of the prior of Giseburn, and toll of Redker, Mersk, Brocton ... Grenerig, demesne lands, 5 mills, 100 quarters of oats, &c., the whole worth 38l. 2s. 4d. yearly.
Scelton. 567a. arable and 84a. meadow in demesne, 21 bovates land in villenage, 16½ cottages, &c. (extent given with names of tenants), including the pasture of Holm held by William Capun, 6s. from dales (valles) towards the sea, and herbage, &c., in the Hay (Haya) with the great park and Hasdale, and in le Grene, the whole worth 29l. 5s. 8d. yearly.
Stanghou, pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants), including an assart called Kateriding.
Morsum, pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants), the whole worth 114s. 3d.
Grenerig, pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants).
Mersk (extent given with names of tenants), including a pasture called Dunesdal ... ½ carucate land and 3 assarts called Pyleflat, Wudeflat and Cornegreve, with 12a. land in Uplithum.
Brocton (extent given with names of tenants), including a piece of wood in Cam ...
Scinergreve (extent given), including 3 assarts in Playgrive, fisheries, 10s. for each boat there ... Scelton, worth 30s.
The whole worth 110l. 6s. 6d.
Langebergh wapentake, held by charter of king Henry to farm, rendering 40 marks yearly at the exchequer of London.
The priory of Giseburn has all the churches in the barony to its own uses and the advowson ... in frank almoin.
The abbot of Wyteby has the church of Middelburg, with a moiety of the same town in frank almoin.
No extent has been made of courts baron, because suit is not due nor accustomed from any free tenants throughout the barony.
Danebi (extent given with names of tenants) including 4s. from the shepherds of the prior of Giseburn for pasture for their own cattle, worth 37l. 14s. 1d.
Lelum (extent given with names of tenants), including herbage of the forest of Heckedale, and the quarry of Clitherbec, worth 27l. 7s. 7d.
Freemen in the forest (extent given with names of tenants), worth 10l. 12s.
Jarum pertaining to Scelton (extent given with names of tenants) including the service of Robert de Muncheus given to the prior of Park in frank almoin, and ... held by the nuns of Handale; all the lands there are alienated from the demesne; worth 19l. 19s. 8d.
Kirkebrun (extent given), worth 56l. 18s. 6d.
Estbrunne (extent given), worth 52l. 2s.
Sutbrunne (extent given), worth 52l. 15s. 2d., Adam de Seton holding 2 carucates land by foreign service.
All these townships of Brunn are held of the king in chief.
Tibethorp (extent given), worth 55l. 6s. 8d.
Tipetoft township is of the fee of Bros.
Karleton in Balne (extent given with names of tenants), including land in Fortker.
Thorp de Arches (extent given with names of tenants), including herbage in the park of Walton, worth 30l. 0s. 10d.
The part of Sir Robert de Ros and Margaret his wife (undated).
|[Westmoreland and York.]||Kirkeby in Kendal castle, with the whole of Kendal which pertained to Sir Peter de Brus, excepting the dale of Kentemere, which is assigned to Sir John de Bella Aqua and La Dereyne his wife, and with the advowson of the priory of Konigesheved, and ¼ of wreck in the sea in Cliveland, viz.—from Renneswys as far as Jarum.|
|The part of John de Bella Aqua and La Dereyne his wife (undated).|
|[York and Westmoreland.]||Karleton in Baune manor, with the marriage of La Dereyne, wife of Sir John de Belewe.|
Thorpe de Arches and Waleton manor, with the park, rents, &c.
Suthbrume and Estbrume, certain lands, &c.
Kentemere dale in Kendal.
The advowson of Moneketon priory, and ¼ of wreck in Cliveland as above.
Together with all lands, &c. assigned to the other sisters and heirs of the said Peter in marriage and returned into the king's hands, to be parted between them as is the custom in the realm.
The part of Marmaduke de Tueng and Lucy his wife (undated).
|[York.]||Daneby manor with the forest.|
Lelhom and Wolvedale.
Manselinges with the farm of Thomas de Wolvedale.
Brocton manor and Skinergrive, and the boats of Skinergrive, rents, &c.
Jarum with the rents and fishery.
Great Morsom, with rents, &c. of freemen and others.
The forest of the chace of the dales, viz.—Swindale and Le Havenes and other dales as the high way extends from Lardethorn to Scelton by Skaytebec, between Katerig and Stangho, and so as far as the wood of Liverton.
Kirkebrun manor and Suthbrune with the mills, &c. excepting lands and rents assigned to John de Bella Aqua and La dereyne his wife.
A fourth part of wreck of sea, as above, with moieties of the advowson of Giseburn priory, and of the bailiwick of Langeberewe.
Memorandum. On the first vacation the prior will be presented by Sir Walter de Facunberg or his heirs, and on the next by Sir Marmaduke, and so on alternately to the end of the world.
The part of Walter de Facunberg and Agnes his wife (undated).
|[York.]||Scelton castle with the park around it, and the profits of the boats of Cotum and Rideker, with the demesnes of Scelton, meadows and dales, and with rents of Scelton town, and mills.|
Mersk manor, Rideker and Plyom.
Stangho and Grenerig.
Scelton forest, with the hay and the great park.
Westwyc chace, with the forest, as the high way extends between Stangho and Kadriding, and so to Lardegate and by Sketebek to Larthorn, and so to the bounds of Daneby forest and so to Colemandale. All the chaces within these boundaries, viz.—Locwyt, Wornelsco, Hardale and Hache, and the herbage of La Grene and Le Dynant.
The whole of Estbroune, excepting the lands assigned to Sir John de Bella Aqua and La Dereine his wife.
A fourth part of wreck of the sea, as above.
Moieties of the advowson of Giseburn priory and of the bailiwick of Langeberewe.
Memorandum. Concerning the advowson of Giseburn priory, as above.
It is agreed between the said co-heirs that all the lands, &c. shall be re-extended, and anyone who has had more than his reasonable portion assigned shall (give) to him that has less, according to the judgment of 4 knights or others thereto elected; and this each of the heirs has acknowledged in the king's chancery, and granted. And if anyone shall presume to go against this, the lands shall again be re-extended by the king, who shall supply the defect as shall be just. In the same manner it is agreed concerning the fees pertaining to the inheritance. Saving to the said Marmaduke and Lucy, and to the townships, common of pasture for cattle and beasts as the said P. and the townships have been accustomed to have.
Writ of scire facias, &c. 20 April, 2 Edw. I.
Whereas John de Reygate, the late escheator, was commanded to cause the heirs of Peter de Brus to have seisin of their pourparties of his inheritance, according to the partition lately made in the king's court; but the knights' fees have not yet been parted, and the co-heirs of John de Bella Aqua and Laderina his wife have intruded upon those fees without partition. The escheator is to take into the king's hands all the said knights' fees and to warn the heirs to come before the king on the octave of St. John the Baptist next, to receive their pourparties according to the partition to be made in the king's court. [See Rot. Fin. 56 Hen. III. m. 4 alias 3.]
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (13.)|
|801.||Henry le Forcer alias de Linley.|
|Writ, 25 Oct. 56 Hen. III.|
He died on Thursday after St. Michael, 56 Hen. VI. William le Forcer his son, aged 16 on the said feast, is his heir.
|Leicester.||Inq. Thursday before Epiphany, 1 Edw. I.|
Ayliston. 4½ virgates land, held of Sir William de Harecurt and his heirs by service of being their pantler, and he enfeoffed William Iring thereof three years before he died. The wardship of the lands he held of the priory of Wenlok pertains to the king, for the priory was vacant when he died, and when the king granted the custody of the priory to the subprior and convent he retained the wardships, &c. pertaining to the priory to his own use.
|Salop.||Inq. Monday after ... 1 Edward I. (defective).|
Brocthon. ½ virgate land was held by the said Henry de Linley of the king in chief, which a certain freeman held of him doing service for him at the castle of Salopsb[uri], viz.—one yeoman on foot with a lance for 40 days at the cost of the tenant, which tenement and all his right therein the said Henry sold to Sir Robert Burnel long before his death.
Linley. A moiety (extent given), held of the prior of Wanloc in chief in socage, owing suit at the court of Wanloc.
Northil in Astley manor. An assart containing 4a. held of the abbot of Salopsb[uri] in chief; a messuage and 6a. held by N. le Forcer of the said Henry for 6s. rendered to the said abbot; a messuage and 6a. held by W. Pykart for 14s.; a messuage and 15a. freely held by Richard Albin for 2s.; ... virgates land freely held by Sibyl, daughter of H. son of Tyrry dwelling at Appeley ferry (transsitum) in the said manor, for 4s.; and pleas and perquisities at Northill, &c.; for all which he rendered 8s. yearly to the said abbot, and 12d. to the lords of Farnlowe, and he owed suit at Astley court.
Memorandum. Burga late his wife, who sues for his heir, acknowledges that the said Henry owed to Sir Walter de Merton suit at the prior's court, and to Roger Cancellarius the service of cutting up his food before the said prior on the feast of St. Milberge.
Writ of ad plenum certiorari, 10 Feb. 1 Edw. I. on the petition of Burgea late the wife of the said Henry, for the wardship of his heir and lands, as held in socage.
|Leicester.||Inq. Thursday before the Invention of the Holy Cross, 1 Edw. I.|
Ayliston. 4½ virgates land and a messuage, held of Richard father of William le Harechurt by service of going into Wales for 40 days at his own cost and being pantler there and butler to his lord. The jury know not whether he held anything of the priory of Wenlok or not. He held nothing of the king that they know of, nor had any of the king's predecessors the wardship of his lands, nor did he ever alienate any lands without the king's licence.
|[Salop.]||Inq. Sunday when 'quasi modo geniti' is sung, 1 Edw. I. (defective).|
Linleye. A moiety of the town held of the prior of Wanlok by socage as abovesaid.
Nortkley. A tenement, held of the abbot of Salopsb[uri] in socage by 8s. yearly and suit at his court at Astley. He never owed service of cutting up the food of the prior of Wanloc on the day of St. Milburge.
Brocton town. ½ virgate land, held of the king of the barony of Monte Gomeri by service of finding one footman with a lance for 8 days at his own cost in time of war; which land (the said) Henry sold to Sir Robert Burnel, who now has the wardship of that barony. He held nothing by which the wardship of his heir or tenements ought to pertain to the king or anyone else.
|[Salop.]||Inq. Thursday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 1 Edw. I.|
Linleye within the Liberty of St. Milburge. A messuage and 1 carucate land (extent given), whence 9s. are due to the heirs of Philip de Farlowe yearly, held of the priory of Wenlok by socage, doing homage and suit of court only; and the liberty of St. Milburge is such that the prior shall not have the wardship or marriage of the heirs of the tenants holding by homage.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (14.)|
|802.||John Gravenel alias Gravenal.|
|Writ, 15 Jan. Extent, Sunday before the Purification, 56 Hen. III. (defective.) Richard, his son, aged 14, is his heir.|
|Kent.||[Gravenal] manor (extent given), (held of the king in chief by reason of the custody of the archbishopric of Canterbury), service unspecified, out of which he ought to pay yearly to the monks of Christchurch at mid Lent 20s.; also 20a. held of the abbot of Faversham, and 13a. held in small parcels of other lords in barony.|
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (15.)|
|Writ, 6 Nov. Extent, The feast of St. Martin, 56 Hen. III.|
No heir specified.
|[Kent ?]||(Unspecified.) 44a. socage and 6a. underwood (?) (broc'), held of the king in chief by reason of the custody of the archbishopric of Canterbury, which is vacant, doing rent and service worth 47s. 5½d. yearly; 66a. socage, held of the house of Lhedes, St. Gregory, Sir Roger de Leyburne, Chilton and many others, doing rent and services worth 6l. 12s. 1½d. yearly; and 17s. rent of assize and 18 hens pertain to the said lands, &c. The sum of the extent exceeds the said services and customs by 78s. 6d., whereof a moiety ought to pertain to the wife of the said John and the other moiety to his heir.|
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (16.)|
|804.||Hugh de Balliolo.|
|Writ (missing). Inq. Sunday before St. Gregory, 56 Hen. III.|
Alexander de Balliolo, his brother, is his heir and of full age and more.
|[Northumberland.]||Bywell manor, with Crombeclyve, Ovynton and other townships of Bywell, and the manor of Wodhorn, Newbigging, Seton and Hurst, held of the king in chief by rendering 5 marks and 6d. yearly for the guard of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne, and going in the king's army with two knights at his own charges for 40 days, and afterwards at the king's charges.|
Bywell (extent given), and there were 2 water mills fixed on the Tyne which were carried away by the water.
Crombeclyve (extent given).
Ovynton township (extent given).
Akum township (extent given), with 1 mark from a pasture demised to the township of Welteden to farm for ever.
Bromley (extent given).
Eltringham, held in drengage by Adam de Eltringham, who pays 37s. 4d. yearly.
Mickeley (extent given), the lord of which was in the wardship of Hugh de Balliolo.
Heley, held by the preceptor of Thorenton, who pays 2s. yearly.
Falderley, held by 2 free tenants, who pay 8s. yearly and do suit at Bywell court.
Mynstanacres and Heseliherst, held by Robert de Rue, Adam Waryn and Emma the widow of Craucrok.
[Fayrhill and Mora.] Elias de Fayrhill and Thomas de Mora hold that township and pay 14s. 8d. yearly.
Backeworth (extent given) (held) in bondage.
Bromycrok (extent given) (held) in bondage.
Brotherseth used to be in bondage but now lies entirely waste.
Espersheles (extent given) (held) in bondage.
Whyttonstall and Newland (extent given).
Wodhorn (extent given).
Neubigging (extent given).
Seton (extent given), (held) in drengage.
Hirst. A moiety now in wardship.
Est Neuton, held by Robert de Insula by service of 1 knight's fee, 3s. rent, 3s. 4d. for the guard of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne, and suit of court.
Heddon, held by John de Heddon by service of ½ knight's fee, ½ mark for the said guard, and suit of court.
Ryhill, held by Peter de Faudon and Robert de Boteland by service of 1 knight's fee, 1 mark for the said guard, and suit of court.
Dalton, held by William de Dalton by service of 1 knight's fee, and 1 mark for the said guard.
Bechefeld, held by Roger Bertram by service of ½ knight's fee, ½ mark for the said guard, and suit of court.
[Ovynton.] 1 carucate land held by Philip de Ovynton by service of 1/12 knight's fee, 13 ¼d. for the said guard, and suit of court.
[Stokesfeld.] As much land held by Gilbert de Stokesfeld by the same service.
Ryddeley, held by Robert de Meynevill by service of ½ knight's fee, ½ (mark ?) for the said guard, and suit of court.
Bromley. 46a. land held by Walter de Bromley by service of 1/24 knight's fee, 11s. 6d. for the said guard, and suit at the court of Bywell as all the others do.
Newcastle upon Tyne. 8 burgagers who hold of the fee of Bailloil and pay 10s. for the said guard.
These lands are in the custody of Guiscard de Charron and William de Kyrketon by the king's command. (See Nos. 691 and 773.)
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (17.)|
|805.||William de Malevill alias de Malevile.|
|Writ to the guardian of the archbishopric of Canterbury, 30 Aug. Extent, The morrow of St. Matthew, 56 Hen. III.|
John, his son, aged 16 in April last, is his heir.
|[Kent].||Haltested and Cudenum. ½ knight's fee held of the archbishopric; and 1 yoke of gavelkind land in Godingeston, similarly held by divers services paid for him by the tenants to Otteford court; certain gavelkind land called Neweland, similarly held by service of 4s.; a mill in Godingstone, similarly held by service of 3s.; 30a. gavelkind land, held of Sir Hamon de Vyelestone by service of 2s. 6d.; 20a. gavelkind land, held of Richard de Kingesdun by service of 4s.7d.; 9a. gavelkind meadow, held of Martin de Ceppeham and his partners by service of 2s. 9d., and 8a. land and 2a. meadow, held of the same by service of 15d.; 2a. land and 1a. wood, held of the heirs of Alexander ate Hoke by service of 6d.; and certain gavelkind land before the gate of Haltestede manor, held of the heirs of Geoffrey Hunte by service of 1d.; all pertaining to Haltestede manor.|
Crofton manor, held of Lady Lora de Hortone by service of ½ knight's fee; and ¼ knight's fee, held of the said Lora in the same town.
Little Orpintone. ¼ knight's fee, held of Sir John de Rokesle.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (18.)|
|806.||Henry de Raghton alias de Rauhton.|
|Writ, 11 May. Inq. Saturday after St. Dunstan, 56 Hen. III.|
Simon his son is his heir and of full age.
|Cumberland.||[Rauhton ?] 6a. land held of the king in chief in serjeanty of keeping the eyries of the king's goshawks, and rendering 3s. yearly; 4a. of the same serjeanty held of the bishop of Carlisle rendering 14d. yearly; and 10a. and 3 roods of purpresture held of the king rendering 6s. 2d. at the king's exchequer yearly; and he had poor cottar tenants rendering 20s. yearly.|
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (19.)|
|Writ, 6 Nov. 56 Hen. III.|
He died on the morrow of SS. Simon and Jude last.
Aline his daughter, wife of Roger Bygod earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, late the wife of Sir Hugh le Despensir, age variously stated as 22 and more, 24 and more, 26, and 30 and more, is his heir. Or the said Roger Bygod is the heir by reason of his wife.
|Surrey.||Inq. (undated and defaced.)|
Wocking manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of rendering yearly ... of gloves furred with grey at the king's exchequer.
|Cambridge.||Inq. Monday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III.|
Oxecroft manor in Balesham parish (extent given), held of Sir Gilbert Peche by service of one knight, 10s. for the guard of Richemunt (castle), and 18d. to sheriffs' aid; excepting 14 ½a. arable held of William le Myre rendering 4d. yearly, and 1a. arable of William Gileberd rendering 4d. yearly.
Chattels were found in the manor to the value of 20l. 13s. 4d.
|Wilts.||Extent Wednesday after St. Edmund the Confessor, 56 Hen. III.|
Cumpton Basset manor in the hundred of Calne (extent given), held of the king of Almain by (service of) 1 knight's fee.
Berewyk manor (extent given), held of the king for 1 sparrowhawk yearly to be paid at the king's exchequer.
|Wilts.||Extent, Thursday after St. Edmund the Confessor, 56 Hen. III.|
Wotton Basset free manor (extent given), held with its members of the king of Almain by reason of the honour of Wallingford by knight's service.
Brodeton manor (extent given), similarly held of the king of Almain.
|Oxford.||Extent, Sunday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III.|
Kertlinton manor, held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
Elsefeld manor, held, in exchange for a manor of Walter de Morton called Ledred in Soserey (sic), of William de Straford in chief by service of 1 knight.
Karsinton manor, held in exchange from Sir William de Monte Acuto for a manor called Surleber (sic) in Somerset.
|Southampton.||Inq. Monday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III.|
Mapelderwelle manor. 10l. land, held by service of ½ knight's fee, of whom unspecified.
|Essex.||Extent and Inq. Saturday after St. Katherine, 56 Hen. III.|
Lammers manor in the hundred of Hengeford (extent given), held of Sir Robert de Bruys in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
|Essex.||Extent and Inq. The day of St. Andrew, 56 Hen. III.|
Toleshunte manor (extent given), including a marsh and park, held of the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne by service of 1 knight's fee.
Leyre. Land, held in part of the bishop of London and in part of Clement de Rysing, service unknown.
|Suffolr.||Inq. Friday before St. Andrew, 56 Hen. III.|
Ewstone manor (extent given), including a watermill with fishery, held of Sir Gilbert Pech in chief by service of ½ mark towards a scutage of 40s.
|Suffolk.||Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. Katherine, 56 Hen. III.|
Kers[eie] manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 pair of gilt spurs price 6d. yearly; and the prioress of Chateris takes 10l. yearly there, and the prior of Canterbury 8d.
|Buckingham.||Inq. The eve of St. Edmund the King, 56 Hen. III.|
Clinton Aston manor (extent given), held in exchange from Sir William Muntagu for the life of the said Philip and of Lady Ella his wife; the said Philip died on the morrow of SS. Simon and Jude last, and Simon son of the said Sir William, aged 13 at Whitsunday next, is the heir after the death of the said Ella.
|Essex.||Extent and Inq. Friday after St. Katherine, 56 Hen. III.|
Wyk[es] manor in the hundred of Tendring (extent given), held, by the courtesy of England, of the inheritance of Helewisa his wife, in chief of Sir Matthew de Luviayn alias Luvayn by service of 20s. yearly.
|Cambridge.||Inq. Tuesday after St. Martin, 56 Hen. III.|
Saham manor (extent given), held of Sir John de Burgo, service unknown; also 15a. arable, held of Lady Basilea de Saham by service of ½ mark; 10a. meadow, of Luke the chaplain; 22a. arable, ⅓ of a water mill, and ⅓ of a weir of Robert and Cecily le Mundford, by service of 2s.; and 7a. arable and 3a. meadow, of John son of Reginald; 8a. arable and 10a. meadow and a fishery, of Robert le Wariner; and ⅓ of a mill and ⅓ of a weir in the mere, of Lady Maud Heyloc; services unspecified.
The chattels found in the manor were worth 42l. 3s. 4d.
|C. Hen. III. File 41. (20.)|