|164.||Alice late the wife of Ralph de Bochardeby.|
|Writ (of certiorari), on the complaint of Robert de Kirkeby that the escheator had ejected him from land in Bochardeby, of which he had been in seisin for 3 years and more by the feoffment of the said Alice, 27 Oct. 4 Edw. I.|
|Cumberland.||Inq. Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 5 Edw. I.|
Bochardeby. The said Robert was in peaceful seisin of 20a. land there by the enfeoffment of the said Alice, who held them in dower through the death of the said Ralph. And because he saw that such a feoffment was to the prejudice of the king and of the heirs, the escheator after the death of the said Alice, took the land into the king's hand. The said Alice paid 12½d. for cornage to the heirs for her third part, and the heirs paid 3s. 1½d. for the whole tenement to the king at the castle of Carlisle : the said Robert paid nothing to the king whilst he held the land.
(See Nos. 41, 103, and 240.)
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (1.)|
|165.||Walter de Bathon.|
|Writ of certiorari, on the complaint of Isabel de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand lands &c. held by the said Walter her tenant in Estraddon, asserting that the wardship ought to pertain to the king by reason of the barony of Valletorta, whereof Peter Corbet and Henry de la Pomeroy are heirs, and bound to answer to the king, 26 Jan. 4 Edw. I.|
|Devon.||Inq. Wednesday after St. Gregory, 4 Edw. I.|
Estraddon. Certain lands &c. (unspecified) held mediately of the said Isabel and immediately of Ralph son of Ranulph and his heirs, doing service of 1 knight's fee to the chief lords of the castle of Plimpton; and the said Walter held no land of the king in chief but of the barony of Valletorta. Peter Corbet and Henry de la Pomeray are not in the king's homage.
Hurberton. 40s. land of which Alexander de Okeston and Joan his wife were jointly enfeoffed by Roger de Valletorta; and 16s. land held by Hawis late the wife of Reginald de Valletorta the younger in dower.
Waysseburn. 4 marks land held by the heirs of William son of Durand of the gift of Reginald de Valletorta.
Brixham. A third part of the manor, of which the said Alexander and Joan were jointly enfeoffed by the said Roger.
Brideford. 10l. land with the advowson of the church, similarly held jointly.
Hurberton. 21s. rent of assize were held by the said Roger, which the king now has through his death. 33½ knights' fees pertain to the said barony of which the king now has seisin through the death of the said Roger and Alexander; whereof the aforesaid Joan was dowered of 11 fees through the death of Ralph de Valletorta her former husband, and the aforesaid Hawis of 6½ fees through the death of the aforesaid Reginald.
Hurberton. 3 ferlings land with the whole meadow land, worth 50s., held by Richard de Binelegh, sometime clerk of the said Roger, by his feoffment; 100s. land held by Isabel, late the wife of Warin de Boddeton, of the master of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, which land Roger de Vautort granted her.
Holne Abbatis. 40s. land held by the abbot of Buffestre of the gift of Ralph de Valletorta in frankalmoin.
Brixham. Two parts of the manor, worth 20l., held by Agnes Beauceyn for a term of years, which the said Ralph delivered to Stephen Beauceyn her husband and herself to farm.
Ho in the manor of Brixham. 6l. land held by Roger de Pridias, which the said Ralph gave to Geoffrey de Pridias his father.
Cliston. The manor, held by Guy de Nonant of the gift of the aforesaid Reginald.
Clauton. 10l. land similarly held by the same Guy ; 10l. land held by Walter de Bathon of the feoffment of the said Ralph ; 2 marks rent held by the prior of Frithelestok, with the homage and service of the said Guy of the whole manor, which rent he had of the gift of Richard de Brendesworth, and he of Alexander de Okeston, and he of the said Roger.
Cherleton. 20l. land held by Master Richard de Clifford of the gift of Thomas Pipard, which Reginald de Valletorta gave to Thomas Corbet and Isabel his sister in free marriage, and the said Thomas gave to William Pipard, father of the said Thomas Pipard, with Katherine his daughter in free marriage.
Brideford. 40s. land held by the abovesaid Hawis in dower.
The aforesaid fees with two dowers are worth 20s. yearly, saving wardships and relief when they happen.
Peter Corbet and Henry de la Pomeray are next heirs of the said barony, and of full age.
Clauton. 10l. land held by Walter de Bathon of Guy de Nonant, rendering 2 marks yearly.
Fernhull. 60s. land held by the same, of Joan late the wife of Ralph de Valletorta, who has it in dower, by service of ¼ knight's fee.
La More. 20s. land held by the same, of the heirs of Richard Beauceyn by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Suthcote. 30s. land held by the same, of William de Stoddon rendering 20s. yearly.
Shepwaysse. 5 marks land held by the same, a moiety of Thomas de Monte Sorelli rendering 1 mark yearly, and the other moiety of Matthew de Forneaus by service of ½ knight's fee.
Blaketoriton. A moiety of a mill held by the same, worth 1 mark yearly, rendering 3s. 6d. yearly to William la Zusche by the hand of Richard de Uppecote.
Bratton. 60s. land held by the same, of Joel de Buketon rendering 1d. yearly.
Cornwode. 4l. land with the advowson of the church, held by the same, of Reginald de Ferariis by service of 1d.
Estraddon. 10l. land held by the same, of Ralph son of Ranulph by service of 1 knight's fee.
Pauntesford. 50s. land held by the same, of Mauger son of Henry son of Henry by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Hineton. 6 marks rent of assize held by the same, of Joel de Buketon in free marriage with Isabel mother of the said Walter.
La Sege. 1 mark land held by the same, of the heirs of Roger de La Sege rendering 1lb. wax yearly.
Speliacumb. 20s. land held by the same, of Hugh de Cortenay in free socage. Augustine his son, aged 5, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (2.)|
|166.||William de Ripariis.|
|Writ, 28 Feb. 4 Edw. I.|
Estmereseye. The manor (extent given), held of the honour of Reilee of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
John his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (3.)|
|167.||William de Benteleye alias de Benetleg.|
|Writ, 3 Feb. 4 Edw. I.|
Beneleg. A messuage and 1 carucate land, 21s. 7d. rent of assize, and a mill worth ½ mark, with the bailiwick of Benetleg, worth ½ mark, and 3s. for herbage, held of the king in chief by keeping the bailiwick of the forestry of Benetleg, and rendering 1 mark yearly to the king.
Wiliam his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (4.)|
|168.||Geoffrey Berchoud alias Berchau, Berchaud.|
|Writ to Thomas de Normanvile, the king's steward beyond the Trent, 17 May, 4 Edw. I.|
|[York.]||Inq. The morrow of St. Augustine, 4 Edw. I.|
Neuton in Holdern[ess]. 12 bovates and 3a. land, a close of meadow, pasture and a mill, 29s. 8d. from free tenants, 3 cottages, and a capital messuage worth 5s. yearly, held of the king in chief by foreign service.
John his son, aged 11, is his next heir.
(See No. 274.)
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (5.)|
|169.||John le Sauvage.|
|Writ, 6 April, 4 Edw. I.|
|Derby.||Extent, Friday before Pentecost, 4 Edw. I.|
Steynesby. The manor, held of the king in chief by socage, rendering yearly at the exchequer a sore sparrowhawk; whereof Audeluya late the wife of Robert le Sauvage is dowered of a third part, and Hawis late the wife of the said John of a third of two parts.
Roger his son, aged 19, is his next heir.
(See No. 113.)
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (6.)|
|170.||William de Hauvill alias de Hawville.|
|Writ, 10 March, 4 Edw. I.|
|Northumberland.||Inq. Palm Sunday, 4 Edw. I.|
Brothirwyk. A messuage and 8a. land, held of the king in chief in serjeanty by service of a sparrowhawk (nisum) yearly or ½ mark of silver, but for twenty years and more no other service has been paid than ½ mark yearly.
Geoffrey his son, aged 24, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (7.)|
|171.||Walter de Bromhille alias de Bromille.|
|Writ, 11 May, 4 Edw. I.|
Droscumbhe. 12s. 9d. rent held of the king in chief by serjeanty, paying 5s. yearly by the hand of the sheriff.
Bromille. Land worth 2s. yearly, held of Robert le Denays by socage.
His three daughters, Isabel aged 15, Sarah aged 11, and Joan aged 8, are his heirs.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (8.)|
|172.||John de Bures.|
|Writ, 16 Nov. 4 Edw. I.|
Burghe. The whole land of Burghe worth 10l. yearly, held of the king in chief by knight's fee by reason of the manor of Benstede which is in the king's hand, and it ought to render 12s. yearly for the Rochester (Rovens') guard at the castle.
John his son, aged 23 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (9.)|
|173.||Roger de Hacunby.|
|Writ, 22 Dec. 4 Edw. I.|
[Hacunby ?] A messuage, 26a. arable, 6a. meadow, and 6s. 6½d. rent of assize, held of the king in chief by service of 1/10 knight's fee, and 10d. yearly for sheriff's aid.
Robert, son of William his brother, aged 40 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (10.)|
|Writ, 25 Nov. 4 Edw. I.|
|Kent.||Inq. (undated) with jury panel annexed.|
Moriston. A messuage and 1 carucate land.
Milstede. A messuage and 1 carucate land.
Elmele marsh. Pasture for 300 sheep.
All held of the king in chief, service unspecified.
Bordenn. 18a. land, held of the king in chief of his court of Middelton by service of 18d.
[Dunstalle ?] 18a. land, held of Stephen de Penecestre of his manor of Dunstalle by service of 14s. yearly.
[Wornesell ?] 20a. land, held of Alice de Gatton of her court of Wornesell by service of 3s.
(Unspecified.) 16a. wood held of the abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, by service of 2s.
Nicholas Abelin, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (11.)|
|Writ of plenius certiorari, on the complaint of Guiscard Ledet that lands in St. Laurence held by his father, the said Robert, of Richard de Tillebyri lately deceased, were taken into the king's hand by the subescheator as though the said Richard were seised of them in fee, and seisin given to Constance late the wife of the said Richard, to whom the king granted the wardship of the said Richard's land and heir, 20 May, 4 Edw. I.|
St. Laurence. 60a. land were held by the said Robert of the said Richard in socage by service of 10s. yearly; and he held nothing of the king by knight's service.
Wychard his son, aged 26, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (12.)|
|176.||Joan daughter of William de Duston (late the wife of Mauger le Wavesur).|
|Writ, 28 Oct. 4 Edw. I.|
Wycle. The manor, excepting 3½ virgates land which Isabel de Grey holds, (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
Mauger le Vavasur her son, aged 26, is her next heir.
Writ, 28 Oct. 4 Edw. I.
She held no lands in the county, and the lands which ought to fall to Mauger her son, after the death of Mauger le Wavesur his father, were taken into the king's hand, because the said Mauger the father held a certain manor in co. Northampton called Wyclive, of the inheritance of the said Joan by the courtesy of England of the king in chief.
Mauger, son of Mauger le Wavasur, aged 30 and more, is her next heir.
|[York.]||Extent of lands which sometime were of Mauger le Wavesur (undated).|
Denton. The manor, held of the archbishop of York for ¼ knight's fee.
Drachton. The manor.
Scharneston. The manor.
Both held of John le Wavesur for ½ fee.
Ascwyht. A moiety of the manor, held of John son and heir of Henry de Percy for 1/9 knight's fee.
Wolsington. Land worth 5 marks 7s. 4d. yearly, held of Philip de Kyme for 1/14 knight's fee.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (13.)|
|177.||Alice Giffard and Emma her Daughter, who were out of their minds, as is said.|
|Writ, 26 Aug. 4 Edw. I.|
|Devon.||Inq. Sunday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 4 Edw. I.|
Lamerton, Aveton, Withchurche and Were. The manors, held of Is[abel] countess of Albemarle by service of 13½ knights' fees.
Cloveli. 1 knight's fee held of John de Umphrenvile.
Legh Britevile and Didesham. 1 knight's fee held of the heirs of Ralph de Haylton.
The said Alice and Emma are dead. Emma, daughter of Hugh de Wide-worth and the aforesaid Emma, aged 16, of sane mind, and married to Robert de Dineham, is their next heir.
(See 205, 236 and 237.)
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (14.)|
|178.||Mabel de Torpel, alias Torpel.|
|Writ, 21 Oct. 4 Edw. I.|
|Kent.||Inq. Thursday after All Saints, 4 Edw. I.|
Esshe. The manor (extent given), held of the heirs of William de Mobray by service of ¼ knight's fee in Esshe, and suit at the king's hundred (court) at Akstane, and it owes 24s. yearly for guard of the castle of Rochester; and the heir of Roger de Mobray of whom the above is held in chief is in the king's wardship, wherefore the king has the wardship of the above.
John de Cameys, aged 27 and more, is her next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (15.)|
|179.||Emelina Countess of Ulster.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 20 July, 4 Edw. I.|
Sutton. The manor with the hundred, which is of the king's ancient demesne, was held by the said countess, by the feoffment of Maurice son of Maurice and Emelina his wife daughter of the said countess, in exchange for certain lands of the said countess in Ireland. She held no lands &c. of the king in chief in the bailiwick.
Emelina, the wife of Maurice son of Maurice, and daughter of the said countess, aged 24 and more; and Alan, son of Roger la Zouche who had to wife Ela elder daughter of the said countess, aged 8, are her heirs.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (16.)|
|Writ, 16 Jan. 4 Edw. I.|
|Wilts.||Extent and Inq. Saturday the morrow of St. Valentine, 4 Edw. I.|
Swaleclyve. A court with garden and messuage, 71a. land in demesne, a little meadow, pasture, and tenements held by William Persune, Henry Scorevell and Thomas West, held of John de Maundevyle in chief (who held of the king in chief), paying yearly 19s. to the court of Sutton which was of the said John, of which 2s. 6d. ought to be paid to John de Perham, and the said John de Maundevyle or whoever is chief lord of Sutton is bound to acquit the said tenement of all kinds of services for the said rent.
John his son, aged 6 at the feast of St. Michael, 3 Edw. I. is his next heir.
Writ (of melius inquirendo), 4 May, 4 Edw. I.
|Wilts.||Inq. Friday before the eve of Whitsunday, 4 Edw. I.|
Swaluweclive. ½ hide land held by homage of John de Mandevile, pertaining to the manor of Sutton which was his, rendering 16s. 6d. yearly, and doing suit at the court of Sutton, and at the king's hundred (court) of Doneworth ; and 1 virgate land of the fee of Thomas Cosyn, held by homage of the said John rendering 2s. 6d., and to the sheriff of Wilts for sheriff's aid 5½d.
Roger Olivir when his father died was within age, and his next (friend) on his mother's side had his wardship, and not the ancestors of John de Mandevile : the said Roger and his ancestors have been accustomed to do the aforesaid services and no others since they were first enfeoffed of the said lands &c.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (17.)|
|181.||Richard de Orreby.|
|Writ of plenius certiorari to the justice of Chester, on the complaint of Peter de Arden that whereas the wardship of the said Richard's lands and heir pertained to him, the justice had taken them into the king's hand, by reason of the bailiwick which the said Richard held in the forest of Maclisfeld, 24 Feb. 4 Edw. I.|
|Chester.||Inq. Thursday the day of St. Gregory the Pope, 4 Edw. I.|
The wardship of the lands and heir of the said Richard ought to pertain to Sir Peter de Arderne, because the said Richard held of the said Peter in chief the manor of Gousewrdth for two parts of 1 knight's fee, doing to the said Sir Peter homage and service of one footman with hauberk at his castle of Aldeford in time of war.
Nordclif. The manor, held with a third of the whole fee of Pounhale of Edmund Phyton doing to him homage and 5s, 9d. yearly.
Maclisfeld forest. A forestry of one footman, worth ½ mark yearly, held of the king by doing homage for the said forestry.
A certain land beyond the Dee outside Chester, worth 4l. yearly in time of peace, held of Sir G. de Dutton, by homage and 1d. yearly or a pair of gloves.
Snelliston. The lordship, worth 10s. yearly, held of Henry de Alditheleg by the like service.
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (18.)|
|182.||Eustace de Watford.|
|Writ of extent, partition, and assignment of dower, 22 March, 4 Edw. I.|
Watford. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, with 5 virgates land, which he formerly conferred upon William le Brown and Aline his wife, John de Burneby and Sarah his wife, and William de Parles and Joan his wife, three of his heirs, by service of 6d. yearly, and which they delivered to him for his life.
Avelina, Sarah, Joan and Ellen his daughters, aged 30 and more, are his heirs.
Margery late his wife is fully dowered from the separate portions of the said heirs according to the tenor of the writ, who granted her their portions of the capital messuage for her life, saving to themselves the houses necessary for keeping their corn and beasts, and for receiving guests (hospitanda).
Partition briefly endorsed on the writ. The said Avelina is the eldest and a widow, Sarah married to John de Burneby, Joan married to William de Parles, and Ellen the youngest and a maiden (domicella).
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (19.)|
|183.||Agnes late the wife of Henry de Candevre.|
|Writ, 8 Dec. 4 Edw. I.|
|Wilts.||Inq. Friday the eve of St. Thomas the Apostle, 4 Edw. I.|
Fitelton. 1 carucate land with a messuage (extent given), held of the king in chief rendering 6d. yearly to the king's bailiff at Clarendon.
She died without heir, and the jury know of no heir but the king.
(See Nos. 296 and 585.)
|C. Edw. I. File 13. (20.)|