Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 23

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 23', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 185-194. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108095 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 23

316.Joan le Lyuns.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 30 Dec. 7 Edw. I.
Northampton.Inq. Sunday after the Purification, 7 Edw. I.
Plumpton. 44a. arable in demesne, 2½a. meadow, 2a. wood within the forest, rents of assize of freemen 6½d., of villeins 27s., and of cottagers 2s. 11½d., held without service of Adam de Napton, who gave the same to Roger de Lyuns with the said Joan his daughter in free marriage, but that land renders 2s. 2d. to the king for an assart; 12a. arable held of John le Lou by exchange for certain land in Yclele and 24s. rent of assize; and 44a. arable, 2½a. meadow, and 15s. 3½d. rent of assize held of Seman de Stokes until the (full) age of Simon, son and heir of Ralph de Throp.
Richard de Lyuns her son, aged 30, is her next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (1.)
317.Robert le Bretun alias le Breton, le Breton.
Writ to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, 24 May, 7 Edw. I.
Derby; wapentake of Litelchurche.Inq. Thursday before St. John the Baptist, 7 Edw. I.
Rudiche, alias Roudych manor. 9 bovates land, and 3s. rent, rendering 4s. yearly to Giles de Meynnel; and 2a. meadow held of Sir Thomas Totchet, rendering 1d. yearly.
Roger his heir is aged 19½.
Derby.Extent, Sunday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 7 Edw. I.
Walton. The manor with the hamlet of Calale alias Kalale (extent given), held of the king by service of 1 knight.
Roger his son, aged 19 at the feast of St. Michael last, is his heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (2.)
318.Michael de Hockele.
Writ to Thomas de Normanvile, the king's steward, 16 Feb. 7 Edw. I.
[Derby; bailiwick of the Peak (Peck).]Extent, Saturday before St. Gregory, 7 Edw. I.
Le Warmebroc manor. 75a. and 1r. arable, meadow and wood in demesne, with two plots worth 4d. yearly in Capell, and 14a. and ½r. in the field called Warentonfeld, which he conferred on William de Wikeleye (his son) a fortnight before he died.
Feirfeld. 61a.
Tadinton and Presteclive. 38a. land with two small tofts, and 20d. rent.
Hope. A messuage, and 1½ bovates land, worth with the forestry and liberties pertaining thereto, 13s. 4d.
The jury know nothing of his heirs, because he was born in foreign parts.
[Derby.]Extent, Wednesday the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra, 7 Edw. I.
To the same effect as the above except that Le Blakebroc manor is written instead of Le Warmebroc, and a messuage is added in Feirfeld. He gave the said 14a. on his sick bed.
The jury know nothing of his heirs.
Writ on the complaint of Joan, late the wife of the said Michael, that a messuage and land in Tatindon and Presteclyve in which she was jointly enfeoffed with him had been taken into the king's hand, 16 Feb. 7 Edw. I.
[Derby.]Inq. Saturday the eve of St. Gregory.
Tadinton and Prestclive. The said Joan was jointly enfeoffed with the said Michael of a messuage and 2 bovates land there by Nicholas Herigaut and Margery his wife, and continued her seizin until the death of the said Michael, and they pertain to her.
Writ on the complaint of William de Wykeleye, that land in Boudon of which the said Michael had enfeoffed him, had been taken into the king's hand, 16 Feb. 7 Edw. I.
[Derby.]Inq. Saturday before St. Gregory, 7 Edw. I.
Boudon. The said William was enfeoffed of 13a. and 3r. land by charter thirteen days before his death by the said Michael, who could then ride and walk and was of good memory and sane. The tenement was held of the king in chief with other lands in the Peak (Peck'), service unknown.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (3.)
319.Philip de Hertrugge.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 20 May, 7 Edw. I.
Berks.Inq. (undated.)
Hearthrug and Tytecumbe. The manor, worth 10l. yearly, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of keeping one of the king's goshawks at his own costs from the feast of the Purification to the feast of St. Michael, if it pleases the king, and then bringing it to the king's court and keeping it there at the king's charges, as well in robes as other necessaries, as long as it shall please the king. Richard de Hearthrug his father had a wife of whom he begat the said Philip and a daughter Joan, and of a second wife Clarice he begat one Richard; his inheritance descended to the said Philip, who died without heir of his body; the jury leave it to the discretion of the king's court whether the inheritance ought to descend to the said Joan, aged 40, born of the first wife, or to the said Richard, aged 28, a male born of the second wife.
Mandate from the king's steward to the sheriff of Berks, reciting writ of 15 June, 7 Edw. I.
Berks.Inq. (undated.)
Hertrugg. The manor, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of coming to the king's court when required at the feast of St. Michael and there remaining until the feast of the Purification, and there keeping a goshawk at the king's charges, and afterwards mewing it at home and keeping it for the following year at his own costs, receiving a robe yearly.
Tytecumbe. The manor, held by the same service.
The said Joan is his next heir.
Similar mandate, reciting writ of plenius certiorari on the petition of Richard de Copeland and Joan his wife, daughter of Richard de Herterug, heir of the said Philip as born of the same father and mother, complaining that Richard son of the said Richard by Clarice his second wife, claiming the lands &c. of the said Philip, had surreptitiously procured an inquisition to that effect, 16 June, 7 Edw. I.
Berks.Inq. (undated.)
The said Joan his sister by the same father and mother, and born of the first wife, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (4.)
320.Letice de Kaynes alias de Kahanes, de Keines, de Caynes.
Writ to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, 25 Jan. 7 Edw. I.
York.Extent, 10 March, 7 Edw. I.
Drax. A garden on the site (loco) of the capital messuage, a croft, 8a. and 1r. arable in demesne, a fishery in the river of Use, 9l. 8s. 11d. rent from free tenants holding 486a. and 3r. and doing suit of court, 6l. 5s. 8d. from socmen holding 281½a. and ½r. in socage and doing suit of court, 66s. 6½d. from the same socmen holding 26 bovates land in bondage, 47½ hens, a custom called mill rent, 40 quarters of oats, and perquisites of courts, with marchet and lairwite from the daughters of the said socmen worth 1 mark, held in dower of the inheritance of John Paynel.
Billeburg, Munketon and Sandewath. 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Mortuo Mari dwelling in Lindeseye, and owing homage, relief and scutage.
John son of John Paynel, aged 18 on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula next, is her next heir.
Writ to Ralph de Sandewico, the king's steward, 2 April, 7 Edw. I.
Dorset.Inq. (undated.)
Cumbe. A moiety of the manor, held in dower of Robert de Kayngnes, who is the next heir of William de Kayngnes, son of the said Letice, and of full age.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (5.)
321.Ralph de Gaugy alias de Gawgy.
Writ to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, 26 March, 7 Edw. I.
Northumberland.Inq. The day of St. Mark.
Ellingcham. A capital messuage, lands, rents, mill &c. (extent given, with names of tenants), including the pasturage &c. of Tyndeley, Nortwod and Ellingcham and of Mange more (or ? the great moor), peat(?) under Tyndeley, dead wood and perquisites of the court of Ellincham, and the breweries of Ellingham and Osburwick, held of the king in chief.
Ellingcham, Osburwick and Dokesford. 1 knight's fee held of the king.
Newstead (Novum Locum). A messuage, lands, rents &c. (extent given with names of tenants), including seven husbandmen (osbandes) in the town of Osburwick each rendering 10s. yearly, le Wytstrother rendering 30s. yearly, and pasturage of Plumtreside, Le Norwod and Newstead (Novo Loco), held of the king in chief.
Robert de Clyfford, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (6.)
322.John le Bretun.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 12 Mar. 7 Edw. I.
Wilts.Inq. (undated.)
Nethercote in the hundred of Blakegrave. A messuage and 6 bovates land, held of Roger Bygot, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, in chief by reason of Aline his wife, daughter and heir of Philip Basset, by service of ¼ knight's fee and 1d. rent; and the said John rendered thence to the said Roger le Bygot 1 mark yearly, and he to Robert de Grey lord of Coges 10s., and he answers to the heirs of Manserus Arsyk, and they pay the said mark for the said tenements for the guard of Dover.
John his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (7.)
323.John le Ripariis.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, 10 Jan. 7 Edw. I.
Somerset.Inq. Saturday the morrow of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 7 Edw. I.
Wynesford. The hamlet (extent given), held of Amice countess of the Isle by service of two parts of 1 knight's fee; whereof Mabel de Ripariis has a third part in dower.
William de Ripariis, aged 5½, is his next heir.
(See No. 269.)
C. Edw. I. File 23. (8.)
324.Peter de Brus.
Writ of certiorari to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, concerning the knights' fees which were of the said Peter which have not yet been divided, although the king at the suit of Margaret de Ros, sister and one of the heirs of the said Peter, has often commanded Walter de Faucunberg and Agnes his wife and the other co-heirs to come before him to receive their pourparties; and of scire facias to intimate to the said heirs that whether they come or not the king will assign her pourparty to the said Margaret, 7 July, 7 Edw. I.
Lancaster.Inq. made at Lancaster in full county (court), Monday after St. Wilfred, 7 Edw. I.
(Unspecified.) ½ knight's fee held by the said Peter of the king in chief by knight's service; 1/6 of ½ fee held of the said Peter by Robert de Holand, William de Catherton and Roger de Slene; 1/6 of ½ fee held by Adam de Hotton, Ralph de Cateral and Hugh de Mitton; 1/6 of ½ fee held by the heir of William de Ward; ½0 of ½ fee held by John de Eston for 1 mark yearly; and 6 bovates of the same ½ fee, held by Roger de Balrig and Roger son of Aylward, by knight's service.
Lancaster. ½ carucate, held by William de Caderton by 4s. yearly.
York; bailiwick of Holdirness.Inq. (undated.)
Rolliston and Mapilton. 12 carucates land.
Dringhou and Ulleram. 5 carucates land.
Ouistwik. 3 carucates land.
All held by Herbert de Sancto Quintino of the heirs of Robert de Merley by knight's service, whereof 23½ carucates make 1 knight's fee; and the said heirs held of the said Peter, and he of the king after the decease of Lady Aveline heiress of William de Fortibus sometime earl of Albemarle, and he did suit for the same at the wapentake (court) of Holdirness and homage to the earl of Albemarle and knight's service, as the jury believe.
York; Nortriding, Estriding and Clarhoue.Inq. Sunday after St. Luke, 7 Edw. I.
16 knights' fees held of the king in chief, viz.—
Burton Annes and elsewhere. 2 fees held by Roger de Merlay.
Fayceby and elsewhere. 2 fees held by William Esturmi and his partners.
Bordilbi and elsewhere. 1 fee held by Robert de Lascelles.
Gerbordebi, Alverton and elsewhere. 3 fees held by William and John Mauleverer.
Erneclive, Heslerton and elsewhere. 3 fees held by Robert Ingram.
Kildale, Crathorn and elsewhere. 3 fees held by William de Perci of Kildale.
Caldengilbi. ½ fee held by William Loring.
Thocotes and elsewhere. ½ fee held by William de Thocotes.
Daneby. Held by the said Peter in demesne for 1 fee.
2 fees held of the constable of Cestre, viz.—
Esington and elsewhere. 1 fee held by Ambrose de Chamera and Geoffrey Maucovenaunt.
Hemillington and elsewhere. 1 fee held by Robert de Neyvile.
1 fee held of the bishop of Durham, viz.—
Harternesse. 1 fee held by Robert de Brus.
11 fees and 1½ carucate land held by others, whereof 10 carucates make a fee, viz.—
Morton and elsewhere. ½ fee held by Richard Malebisse.
[Buttirwyk ?] and elsewhere. 1 fee held by Robert de Buttirwyk in the same and elsewhere.
Otirington. 1 fee held by Robert Fossard.
[Grimiston ?] and elsewhere. 1 fee held by Richard de Grimiston in the same and elsewhere.
Ascilbi and elsewhere. ¾ fee held by William de Rosell.
Bollebi. ½ fee held by William Buscell'.
Hilton. ¼ fee held by Robert de Pothou.
[Picton ?] ¼ fee and 1½ carucate land held by William de Picton in the same.
[Seton ?] and elsewhere. 4½ carucates land held by Adam de Seton in the same and elsewhere.
[Normanbi?] 2 carucates held by Richard de Normanbi in the same.
[Hoton ?] 7 carucates held by Richard de Hoton in the same.
Skelton and elsewhere. 1 carucate held by Robert Scarbot.
[Lakenebi ?] ½ carucate held by Richard de Lakenebi in the same.
Acclum. 1 fee and ½ carucate held by William de Bovington.
Morsum and elsewhere. 1½ carucate held by Marmaduke de Tweng.
[Neusum ?] 1 fee held by Roger de Neusum in the same.
Thormotebi and elsewhere. 1 fee held by William de Boyvile.
[Liverton ?] ½ fee held by Conan de Liverton in the same.
Lofthus. ½ fee held by the prior of Giseburne and William Humet.
Levingthorp. ½ fee held by William de Bovington and his partners.
[Galaphoue ?] ½ carucate land held by Matthew de Galaphoue in the same.
York.Aynesty. 5 knights' fees pertaining to the manor of Thorp de Arches, which John de Bella Aqua holds.
Karlton in Balne is held in socage of the fee of Paynel.
Westmoreland.Inq. Sunday after St. Michael, 7 Edw. I.
(Unspecified.) A moiety of all the lands &c. which were of William de Lancastre in the county, held by the said Peter of the king in chief by service of 1½ knight. And there are (sic) held of him by knight's service, viz.—
Natelond, Siresserwe and Wynderwe, held by William de Strikeland by service of ⅓ knight.
Frithebanck and Kayllington, held by Thomas son of William de Pekering by service of 1/10 knight.
Sochebred and Slegelle, held by Roger son of Osbert de Lancastre by service of ¼ knight.
Lamberig. The hamlet, held by Hugh de Bussey by service of 1/20 knight.
(See Hen. III., No. 800.)
C. Edw. I. File 23. (9.)
325.John la Velye.
Writ (missing).
[Norfolk.]Extent, The morrow of St. Mary Magdalen, 7 Edw. I.
Wittone. The manor (extent given), worth 64s. 4¼d., held, with Fischele manor, of the king in chief by service of ¼ knight.
[Norfolk.]Extent, The eve of St. James in the abovesaid year.
Hanyng. The manor (extent given), held, with the manor of Erpyngham which Alice relict of William Gerberge holds, of Sir Robert son of Roger by service of 1 knight's fee.
[Norfolk.]Extent, The morrow of St. James in the abovesaid year.
Fischele. The manor (extent given), held, with the manor of Wyttone, as abovesaid.
John his son, aged 8, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (10.)
326.Matthew Turpin.
Mandate from Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, to the sheriff of Wilts, reciting writ of certiorari dated 12 Jan. 7 Edw. I. on the complaint of Maud late the wife of Matthew Turpyn, son of the abovesaid Matthew, that the sheriff of Wilts had taken into the king's hand certain lands of which she was jointly enfeoffed with her husband by the said Matthew.
[Wilts.]Inq. made at the castle of Salisbury, Sunday before the Purification, 7 Edw. I.
Est Winterslawe. The said Matthew, who held of the king in chief, enfeoffed Matthew his son and Maud late the wife of the said Matthew the son jointly of 100s. land in Est Winterslawe in the time of King Henry, to be held to them and the heirs of their bodies; and the king never had relief thence.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, to deliver the above lands to Stephen de Brigthmerston and the said Maud his daughter to be cultivated, until the king's next Parliament, taking sufficient security for restitution if required, and to enquire concerning the value of the wardship &c. 7 Feb. 7 Edw. I.
[Wilts.]Inq. Sunday the octave of Easter, 7 Edw. I.
Estwynterslewe. A garden with court, 200a. in demesne, pasture for 400 sheep and 16 beasts, 43s. 11½d. rent of assize, customary works worth 43s. 11½d., pannage, wood, pleas and perquisites &c. The marriage of the heirs of the said Matthew and Maud is worth 100s. and no more because the said Maud was jointly enfeoffed with her husband deceased.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (11.)
327.Joan de Saunford.
Writ of plenius certiorari, on the complaint of Robert de Sancto Melano that the sheriff had taken the manor of Trenant, of which the said Joan had enfeoffed him long before her death, into the king's hand, 15 May, 7 Edw. I.
Cornwall.Inq. Tuesday before St. Barnabas, 7 Edw. I.
Trenant. The said Joan enfeoffed the said Robert of the manor a year and more before her death, which he peacefully held until the sheriff by the king's command ejected him, doing service of ¼ knight's fee to the earl of Cornwall from whom it is held in chief.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (12.)
328.John Renger.
Writof extent and partition to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward and to the sheriff of Essex, on the complaint of John de Cueye and Joan his wife that Nicholas le Gras the other heir had taken possession of the capital messuage of Little Badua which was of the said John Renger, and is of the demesne of the crown, and certain other lands, without partition, 12 Feb. 7 Edw. I.
Essex.Inq. Friday after St. Mark, 7 Edw. I.
One Richard de Borham sometime held the manors of Borham and Little Waltham, 80a. land in Ronewelle, and 1 carucate land in Little Badewe, of the fee of the honour of Boulogne by service of 1 knight's fee; of which lands John Rengger purchased a messuage and lands &c. in Little Badewe, the right of which after his death descended to Ydonea and Cecily his sisters, and Joan and Isabel daughters of Margery another sister, which Joan, John de Quoye married: the manor of Little Badewe ought to be divided into three equal parts, whereof Nicholas le Gras ought to have two parts and the said John and Joan the third part; the said Nicholas has not permitted a due partition, and has taken all the amercements &c. to the damage of the said John and Joan of 8 marks.
Little Badewe. The manor (extent given), held of the manor of Borham, which Sir Robert Burnel, bishop of Bath and Wells, now holds, by service of 6d. yearly and ⅓ knight's fee.
Partition of the above into three parts A. B. and C. (extents given, with names of tenants).
C. Edw. I. File 23. (13.)
329.John de Plesseys.
Writ (missing).
[Chester.]Inq. made at Nantwich (Wycum Malbanum), The day of St. Mary Magdalen, 7 Edw. I.
[Nantwich ?] ½ knight's fee, held of the king in chief.
Thomas de Plesseys his brother, aged 24, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (14.)
330.William Noel alias Nowel.
Writ to Ralph de Sandewyco, the king's steward, 17 July, 7 Edw. I.
[Kent ?]Inq. made at Midelton, Saturday the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 7 Edw. I.
Davinton and Hokeling. Rent of land and marsh, worth 9l. 6s. 2½d. yearly, held of the king in chief in socage by petty serjeanty, viz.—by service of a pair of gilt spurs, price 6d. No king ever had wardship there before.
Elizabeth, his daughter, aged 2, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (15.)
331.John Comyn.
Writ of certiorari to Robert de Ufford, justiciary of Ireland, on the complaint of Mabel, late the wife of the said John, that the escheator had taken into the king's hand the wardship of his lands and heir, which pertains to her as next (friend) to the heir, because the lands are held in socage, asserting that it pertained to the king by reason of the priory of the Holy Trinity, Dublin, and the archbishopric of that place, being vacant and in the king's hands, 21 Oct. 7 Edw. I.
Ireland.Inq. Saturday the eve of St. Dunstan, 8 Edw. I.
(Unspecified.) Lands held in socage of the said prior for 100s. rent. The wardship would have pertained to the said Mabel, because held in socage, but for the custom of Ireland, which is that if homage is contained in the charter wardship is used, and in the deed between John Comyn, father of John Comyn deceased and the said prior it is found that the said John did homage to the prior for those lands in the king's court, but the said John last deceased did no homage. The wardship pertains to the prior by reason of the homage, but not to the archbishopric, which was never in seisin of that wardship during the vacancy of the priory.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (16.)
332.Robert son of Robert Hamund alias Hamound.
Writ of plenius certiorari to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, on the complaint of Master William Pikerel that the sheriff of Warwick, on the said Robert's death, had taken into the king's hand certain lands in Kingesbrom of which the said Robert had enfeoffed him, feigning that the said Robert was not of age at the time of the enfeoffment, 3 Feb. 7 Edw. I.
Warwick.Inq. Wednesday within the octave of Easter, 7 Edw. I.
Kingges Brome. About the feast of St. Gregory, 3 Edw. I., the said Robert the son enfeoffed the said William of a messuage and 4¼ virgates land in Kingges Brome by charter, doing service of 1/10 knight's fee to the king for the said land, and for 3 virgates alienated from that tenure in the times of King John and King Henry, viz.—to William de Utilicote 2 virgates, to the abbot of Bordesle 6a., to Walter Jurdan 7a., to John Alysaundre 1½a., and to Emma the said Robert's sister 2a., and at that time the said Robert was of full age, and had made his homage to the king as the jury believe; and he did not die seised of the said land in fee, but as esquire to the said William and casually coming there, he fell very sick and died there.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (17.)
333.Margery, daughter and heir of John de Anlauby, who is insane.
Writ of certiorari to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, 9 Sept. 7 Edw. I.
York.Inq. The octave of St. Michael, 7 Edw. I.
Anlauby. Land (unspecified), worth 13 marks yearly, excepting 4s. held of the abbot of St. Mary's, York, by service of 2 marks yearly as a free farmer for all services, excepting two suits at the abbot's court on reasonable summons; and the said Margery fell ill a fortnight before the Purification last and is so infirm that she is not of sound mind; after which date came Robert de Stotevyll of Cotingham, of whom the said Margery held nothing, and without any authority took away John her son and heir, and still unjustly detains him.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (18.)
334.Peter Le Clerk, Christiana his wife, and Iseult their daughter.
Writ to Peter de la Mare, constable of the castle of Bristoll, concerning lands in the hundred of Laberton escheat through the deaths of the said Peter, Christiana, and Iseult without heir, which the king lately gave to Master Thomas, Queen Eleanor's marshal, 22 April, 7 Edw. I.
[Gloucester.]Inq. Tuesday before SS. Perpetua and Felicitas, 10 (?) Edw. I.
(Unspecified.) A piece of land containing three half-acres (boundaries given), which was of Felicia 'the holde,' late the wife of Walter le Wepere, was held in fee by the said Peter, and after his death Christiana his wife was seised thereof for a whole year until Hamund the clerk (Cler') seized it into the king's hand, and held it whilst he lived, and now John Alisaundre is tenant, and it is of the fee of the prior of St. James. The said Christina was seised of a piece of land adjoining containing ... acres which was of Eva de Wroxhulle, lying upon Bhulle (?), of the same fee. The said John holds that land, and has held it for six years, the jury know not by what warrant or service: the whole is worth 3s. yearly.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (19.)
335.Mabel Basset.
Writ of plenius certiorari to the mayor and sheriffs of London, to enquire whether a certain messuage late of the said Mabel is the king's escheat or that of the dean and chapter of St. Paul's or any other, 24 May, 7 Edw. I.
London.Inq. 4 June, 7 Edw. I.
A messuage (unspecified) was held by the said Mabel of the prioress &c. of Clerkenewell in chief rendering 32d. yearly, and no other service to anyone. No one intruded into the messuage by force after her death but her son Thomas a youth, who was joined with her in the charter of feoffment, entered by reason thereof with his uncle and two grooms (garciones) as of right. The sheriff's seal only is appended, as it is not the custom of the city for the jury to append their seals.
C. Edw. I. File 23. (20.)