|356.||Ralph de Grendon alias de Grandone, of Lyvelaund.|
|Writ to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, 24 April, 8 Edw. I.|
|Middlesex.|| Return with Inq. (undated.)|
He held the serjeanty of keeping the prison of Flete and the king's manor of Westminster and used to receive yearly from the king's money (den') by the hands of the sheriffs of London 18l. 5s. 8d. for keeping the said prison and manor, and for repairing the bridge of Flete, and also 100s. yearly from the free tenants of the soke of Flete by reason of the said serjeanty; but he held no lands in the county by reason thereof, and the jury know not whether he used and ought to receive anything else by reason of the serjeanty than the aforesaid moneys.
Stephen de Levelaunde his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, 24 April, 8 Edw. I.
|Kent.||Inq. Sunday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 8 Edw. I.|
Levelonde. The manor, held of the archbishop of Canterbury in chief for ½ knight's fee doing suit at his court at Canterbury.
Stephen de Grandone his brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (1.)|
|357.||Ralph de Maundevill.|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, 8 May, 8 Edw. I.|
|[Wilts.]||Inq. Thursday after St. Dunstan, 8 Edw. I.|
Worth and Bratton. 20l. land held of the king in chief, rendering yearly 20s. at Dyvises in the castle in time of peace, and in time of war for forty days finding a horseman and himself armed in the said castle, but rendering nothing of the said rent in that year.
Thomas de Maundevil, aged 28, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (2.)|
|358.||Richard de Chastilun.|
|Writ (repeated) to the sheriff of Buckingham, 7 Jan. 8 Edw. I.|
|Buckingham.|| Extent (undated).|
Great Lecamste alias Lecamsted. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of Sir William de Say in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, and 16s. yearly at Dovre.
Westbury. 10a. in the wood, profit 10s. yearly, and 4a. wood in the park, profits 6s. 8d. yearly, held of the earl of Cornwall in chief, service unspecified.
Hugh Castilun his first born son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir.
(See No. 302.)
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (3.)|
|359.||John de Nevile.|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandwico, the king's steward, 20 June, 8 Edw. I.|
|Berks.|| Inq. (undated.)|
Suth Mortone. 50s. rent held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
William de Neville, aged 22 and more, is his next heir.
|Wilts.||Inq. Sunday after SS. Peter and Paul, 8 Edw. I.|
(Unspecified.) 1½ carucate land, held of Roger le Engleys by service of 4s. yearly; and 5a. land held of Robert son of Thomas de Dumberdan by service of 5s. yearly.
William de Nevile his son, aged 21 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (4.)|
|360.||Peter de Thurneton.|
|Writ to Guncelin de Badelesmere, justice of Chester, 26 Nov. 8 Edw. I.|
|Chester.||Inq. Tuesday after Epiphany, 8 Edw. I.|
Honeston. The manor, held of the king in socage by service of 6d.
Kingeslegh. ¼ knight's fee, held by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Northwich (Northwico). A salt pit worth 4s. yearly, and 4 measures (bulliones) of salt worth 6d., held of the king by the service last aforesaid; and a boat for fishing in the water of De, worth 13s. 4d. yearly, held of the king by service of 6d.
Thorneton. The manor, held of Peter de Arderne in socage by service of 6d.
Stanthurl, held of William de Venables by service of 1/6 knight's fee.
Middlewich (Medio Wico). A messuage, held of Richard del Holt by service of 2d.
Aston upon Wevre. 2 bovates land held of Richard de Aston by service of 2d.
Cestre. 2 messuages, held of Ralph le Botiller by service of 18d., and one messuage by service of 2d.; and 2 messuages held of Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, by service of 12d.
Ranulph de Thorneton, aged 22, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (5.)|
|361.||William de Wodeham.|
|Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 27 June, 8 Edw. I.|
Schobyre. The manor, viz.—A messuage, 4s. 1¾d. rent of assize, 132a. arable, 1½a. pasture, customary works, &c. held of the king in chief of the barony of Reyleya by service of ½ knight's fee, and doing 12d. hidage at the hundred of Rocheford, and suit at the court of the barony of Releg'; 4a. marsh held of the fee of Agnes de Abindon by service of 2s. 8d. yearly; and 50a. wood and heather held of the heirs of John de Brich by service of ½d.
Thomas his son, aged 7, is his next heir.
Wodeham. The manor, viz.—A messuage, 170a. arable, 4a. meadow, and 10a. wood held of the countess de Ferrar[iis] rendering 15s. yearly, ½ mark to Wodeham church, suit of court, &c., and there are there 27s. 11d. rent of assize, two houses where they make salt, with 3a. land, works, pleas, &c.; 56a. land held of the prior of Bykenar by service of 2s. yearly; and 10a. land held of William de Aete by service of 3s. yearly.
Heir as above.
Great Bemflet. The manor, viz.—A messuage and 30a. arable held of John de Baton by service of 12s. 10d., ½a. wood held by service of 1d., and 4s. 7d. and 1 lb. pepper rent of assize; 7a. arable and a marsh containing 60 sheep held of John de Neyvill by service of 20s. yearly; 12a. arable held of Stephen Syre by service of 18d.; 6a. arable held of John Cleneman, by service of 1 lb. pepper price 6d.; 2½a. land held of Simon le Blake by service of 5d.; two marshes containing 500 sheep held of William de Schoberys alias de Shobyr', rendering to him for one marsh 2 marks 1d., 1 quarter of corn, and 1 quarter of winter wheat, price 3s. per quarter, and to the prior of Merton for the other marsh 5½ marks; and a marsh containing 50 sheep, held of Reginald de Ginges, by service of 5s.
Heir as above.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (6.)|
|362.||Mauger Le Vavasur.|
|Writ of extent to Richard de Holebroc, the king's steward, Agnes late the wife of the said Mauger having given her oath not to marry [without the king's licence], 4 Jan. 8 Edw. I. (defective).|
|Northampton.||Extent, Wednesday before the Annunciation (defective).|
Wykele. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) including rents from free tenants in Geytinton, whereof are paid yearly to the king 14s. 2d. for assarts, to Richard Lovel of Riston 2s., to the lord of Clendon 6d., to Ralph de Buhcton clerk 1d., and to Ralph vicar of Geytinton a cartload of hay, held of the king in chief for 1 knight's fee. There is no advowson or knight's fee pertaining to the manor.
Mauger (Malgerus) his son, aged 15 at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (7.)|
|363.||Reginald de Imworthe.|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, 11 July, 8 Edw. I.|
|[Surrey.]||Inq. Friday the morrow of St. James the Apostle, 8 Edw. I.|
Immeworth. 140a. land, 5a. meadow, a mill, and a heath, held of the fee-farmers of the township of Kyngeston in socage, rendering 58s. 3½d. yearly.
Emelebrugg'. The hundred, held of the same at fee farm doing to them 16s. yearly, and employing himself as their hundreder for all executions of writs &c. touching the hundred.
Adinton. Four parts of 1 knight's fee, held of Robert Agwilon by knight's service.
John his son, aged 1 year and 5 weeks, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (8.)|
|364.||Reginald de Paveley.|
|Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 10 Feb. 8 Edw. I.|
|Wilts.||Inq. Friday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 8 Edw. I.|
(Unspecified.) 7 carucates land together with the hundred of Westbury, worth 40l. yearly, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight in the king's army at his own cost for forty days; and 1 carucate land, worth 10l. yearly, held of Goscelin de Plukenet, service unspecified.
Walter his son, aged 31, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (9.)|
|365.||Alice Coynte alias le Coynte.|
|Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 20 May, 8 Edw. I.|
Wardon. A messuage, 60a. land, 20a. wood, 5a. meadow, pasture worth 9s. yearly, 3 virgates held by free tenants by royal service, scutage and suit of court, and 1 virgate for 2s. 8d., land held in villenage worth 64s. 7¼d. yearly, and 10 cottages, worth 10s. 6d., held of the king in chief, service unspecified.
William her son is her next heir, and of full age at Easter last.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (10.)|
|366.||John de Boulton, alias de Bolthon.|
|Writ to Thomas de Normanvile, the king's steward, 26 Nov. 8 Edw. I.|
|York.||Inq. Saturday after St. Thomas the Apostle, 8 Edw. I.|
Colswanhoton. The manor, with the lands (Landis) of Sandburne and Carletone, held of the king in chief by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Bolton. The manor, held of Robert de Gray for homage and service of 3d. yearly.
Yarpesthorpe. The manor, held of John Painel for his homage, doing foreign service to the king.
Robert de Bolton, his brother, is his next heir and of full age.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (11.)|
|367.||Ralph de Sancto Andrea.|
|Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 26 Nov. 8 Edw. I.|
|Northampton.||Inq. Thursday before St. Hilary.|
Esthaddon. A messuage, 5½ virgates and 3a. land in demesne with meadow pertaining, 15s. rent of assize of 3 mills, 18s. 7¼d. from free tenants, 7l. 16s. from customers, and 14s. 10d. from cottars, the whole worth 13l. 5s. 11¼d., held of Roger de Sancto Andrea by service of 1lb. pepper at Easter.
James his eldest brother, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
Similar writ, 25 March, 8 Edw. I.
|Northampton.||Inq. Thursday before St. Margaret, 8 Edw. I.|
Esthaddon, a messuage and 2 carucates land, worth 13l. 5s. 11¼d. yearly, held of Maud de Sancto Andrea and her heirs by service of 1lb. pepper yearly, which she held of the earl of Leicester.
Heir as above.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (12.)|
|368.||John de Somervill.|
|Mandate from R. de Sandwico, the king's steward, to the sheriff of Stafford, reciting writ of 6 Jan. 8 Edw. I.|
Alrewas. The manor, held of the king in chief doing service of ¼ knight's fee and rendering 15l. yearly at the king's exchequer, and worth 4l. more yearly.
Wycchenore and Syrescote. The manor (extent given), held of the honour of Tutteburi by service of 2 knights' fees of the fees of Mortain.
Tonstall and Neubold, viz.—a messuage, 2 carucates land, 42s. 10d. rent, 40s. of villeins' aid, and pleas and perquisites of courts, held of the honour of Totteburi by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Curborud: 1 virgate land held of the bishop of Coventre and Lych[field] for two suits at the court of Lych[field] yearly.
John his son, aged 25 and more, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I File 25. (13.)|
|369.||Hugh de Dive alias Dyve.|
|Writ to Richard de Holebrok, the king's steward, 9 May, 8 Edw. I.|
Upton. A messuage &c., 160a. arable, 5a. meadow, pasture worth 2s. yearly, 23s. 3½d. service of freemen, a windmill, and 50s. rent from born bondmen held of Maud de Sancto Andrea by service of finding a glaive in time of war, and rendering a pair of gilt spurs.
He died on Sunday after Epiphany, 7 Edw. I. William his son, aged 22, is his next heir.
|[Northampton ?]||Inq. (undated.)|
Corby. The manor (extent given), held of Maud de Sancto Andrea in chief by service of ⅓ knight's fee and a sore sparrowhawk.
Heir as above, aged 21 and more.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (14.)|
|370.||John de la Tur alias de Turri.|
|Writ to Ralph de Sandewyco, the king's steward, 20 Feb. 8 Edw. I.|
|Dorset.||Inq. Thursday the morrow of SS. Philip and James, 8 Edw. I.|
Berewik and Sturtel. 4½ virgates land held of Joan Peverel.
Berewik. 6 virgates land, held of the fee of the lord of Swere by knight's service, viz.—of William Belet sometime lord of Swere, who enfeoffed Henry de Novo Burgo of the whole manor, and he William de Monte Acuto, and he Geoffrey de Noevile with Helewisa his daughter, and she in her widowhood enfeoffed John de la Lynde father of Walter de la Lynde, who now holds the said manor of Swere of the king in chief.
Modberghe and Chaldecote. 5 virgates, held of William de Byngeham.
Swere. 1 virgate, held of Roger Belet.
Sturtel. ½ virgate land and 5 perches meadow, held of Richard de la Chapele; and 5a. land, held of William Serich.
All held by knight's service.
John de la Tour his son, aged 8, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. III. File 25. (15.)|
|371.||John de Rye.|
|Writ 6 Jan. 8 Edw. I. (fragment.)|
|[Lincoln.]||Inq. Thursday after St. Hilary, 8 Edw. I.|
Ywardeby. 15 bovates land, 4 cottages, and 5½a. wood, held of the bishopric of Lincoln by service of ½ knight's fee; and 20l. land held of the earl of Lincoln by service of 1 knight's fee, rendering 5s. 5d. for the guard of the castle of Lincoln, and doing suit of court.
Goseberdkyrke. 40l. land held of the said bishopric by service of 2 knights' fees; and 10 marks land held of the count of Brittany by service of 1/20 knight's fee.
Ranulph his son, aged 22 at Whitsunday last, is his next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (16.)|
|372.||Alice late the wife of Walter de Bottlesford.|
|[Nottingham.]||Inq. Monday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 8 Edw. I.|
Wyverton and Berneston. 2½ bovates land in demesne, 3½ bovates and a toft in villenage, and a third part of a toft and a third part of 2½ bovates land in Wyverton held by the prior of Thurgarton by service of 3s. 11d. rent, held of the king in chief by service of a third part of 1/5 knight's fee.
Coleston Basseth alias Basset. ½ bovate land in demesne, a third part of a a toft and a third part of 1 bovate land held by Roger de Aslakton by free service of 12d., a toft and 1 bovate land held in villenage in Wyverton by Ralph Raton, and a toft and three parts of 1 bovate land held in villenage in Wyverton by Beatrice Pacheth, all held of the fee of Basset doing foreign service.
Wyverton. A third part of 7 bovates land held of the fee of Roger le Breth alias le Bret.
Sarah her daughter, aged 28 and married to Roger le Breth, and Alice, daughter of Beatrice another daughter who is dead, aged 15 on the Octave after the Invention of the Holy Cross next, and unmarried, are her one and next heir.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (17.)|
|373.||Gilbert de Cheyle, sometime sheriff of Lincoln.|
|Writ of certiorari and extent to the sheriff of Lincoln, on account of the said Gilbert's debts to the king's exchequer, 5 May, 8 Edw. I.|
Gosbertchirche. A messuage, 40a. arable, and 16a. meadow, whereof Richard de Cheyle, his son and heir, holds a messuage, 32a. land, and 5a. meadow, and divers tenants (names given) hold the residue; and the said Gilbert on his deathbed distributed all his goods and chattels for his soul, except 4½ marks which he delivered to the said Richard for the honorable burial of his body.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (18.)|
|374.||Christiana de Fornivall alias de Furnivall.|
|Writ of plenius certiorari to Richard de Holebrock, the king's steward, on the complaint of the men of William de Eylesford of Burton that they were being distrained by the constable of the king's castle of Rockingham, to pay 75s. yearly for the guard of the said castle, 7 Oct. 8 Edw. I.|
|[Northampton.]||Inq. Monday before St. Luke, 8 Edw. I.|
The said Christiana lately held the barony of Wardon, with 15 knights' fees pertaining thereto, for which she was accustomed to render 75s. for the guard of the castle of Rokingham, and when she had collected the money from the said fees she sent it to her own manor of Burthone, of another tenure, as her nearest manor to the castle, to be paid to the constable. After her death the said barony with other her lands &c. descended to Christiana and Agnes wives of Sir William and Sir John le Latimer, as her heirs; and the said William and John his brother for seven years have not sent the 75s. to the reeve of Burthon, so that the said men have been distrained by the constable, wherefore they have prayed the said William and John to levy the money from the said fees and acquit them, but they have done nothing. The said men have enquired who held the said fees, and have sought and received the following, viz.—
Cukenho and Harewedone. 5s. from Nicholas de Cukenho.
Isham. 5s. from Henry de Isham.
Suleby. 5s. from the abbot of Suleby.
Sydeston. 13s. 4d. from Robert de Waufre and his parceners.
Audewyncle. 2s. 6d. from Henry de Audewyncle.
Which sums this year they refuse to pay, and for seven years the men of Burthon have unjustly paid 44s. 2d. for the said William and John. Who hold the remaining fees, and whether the said William and John have collected the money, is unknown to the jury, but the said William and John have paid nothing to the men of Burthon, nor anything of the said 75s. of the guard of the castle.
Endorsed:—Let the men have peace and let it be enquired who hold these fees.
Writ to Richard de Holebrok, to enquire who hold the abovesaid fees, and who ought to pay the money, 10 Nov. 8 Edw. I.
|[Northampton.]||Inq. Wednesday, 3 March, 11 Edw. I.|
Lady Christiana de Furnivall having been many times distrained at Wardon by the bailiffs of the said castle for the said guard, caused the said 75s. to be levied yearly from the said 15 fees, and transmitted to Burton to satisfy for the guard of the said castle by the hands of her bailiff there. After her death the bailiffs of the castle caused the same to be levied for eight years from the men of the manor of Burton who formerly were of the said Christiana and afterwards of William de Eylisford, until by the king's writ they obtained peace from that exaction, and for three years that annual guard has remained unpaid. The manor of Burton is not of the barony of Wardone, nor bound to contribute anything for that guard; the heirs of the said Christiana ought to levy the said annual guard from the said fees and pay it to the keeper of the castle, and if that guard should be in arrear, the king's bailiffs there ought and were accustomed to distrain in the manor of West Wardone, which is the chief manor of the barony. William and John le Latymer have yearly collected the said guard and detained it, excepting what the men of Burton received (as abovesaid).
The following hold the said fees:—
|Lincoln; Oxford.||Sythestan, Wyleby and Ouneby, co. Lincoln, and Wroxstan, co. Oxford. 4 fees held by Sir Robert de Waufre, the prior of Wroxston, Roger de Neuvile and John Spigot, who ought to render 20s. yearly for the said guard.|
|Northampton.||Harewedon and Cugeho. 1 fee held by William son of Nicholas de Cugeho, who ought to render 5s. yearly.|
Hysham. 1 fee held by Henry son of Henry de Hisham, who ought to render 5s. yearly.
Soleby. 1 fee held by the abbot of Soleby, who ought to render 5s. yearly.
Audewincle. ½ fee held by Henry de Audewyncle, who ought to render 2s. 6d. yearly.
Soleby. 2¼ fees of almoin ought to be acquitted by the heirs of West Wardon, who ought to render 11s. 3d. yearly.
(Unspecified.) ¼ fee held by Alexander de Someresham, who ought to render 15d. yearly.
Berton, held by the prior of Bernewell.
|Cambridge.||Everisdon, held for 3 fees by Robert del Ho and Beatrice his wife, who ought to render 15s. yearly.|
Meldeburn. 1 fee held by Reginald de Argentein, who ought to render 5s. yearly.
Long Staunton. ½ fee held by Henry son of Sir William de Cheny, who ought to render 2s. 6d. yearly.
Wynepol and Wastlingworthe. ½ fee held by Richard Fraunceys, who ought to render 2s. 6d. yearly.
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (19.)|
|375.||John de Estlington alias de Eslington.|
|Writ of certiorari super modo et causa captionis to Thomas de Normanvill, the king's steward, on the complaint of John de Estlington that Robert de la Chaumbre, King Henry's escheator, had maliciously taken certain lands in Framlinton into the king's hand, and detained them all his time, 16 Sept. 8 Edw. I.|
|Northumberland.||Inq. Sunday after St. Mark, 9 Edw. I.|
John de Eslington, grandfather of John the petitioner who is his heir, enfeoffed Alan de Eslington and Emma his wife of 120a. land in Framlington, who begot the said John the petitioner; and the said Alan and Emma died during the life of the said John the grandfather, who by reason of the minority of John the petitioner took him and that land into his wardship; and because he held the manor of Eslington of the king in chief, after his death the escheator took the manor of Framlington as well as that of Eslington into the wardship of King Henry; and when John the petitioner was of full age and had seisin by the said king's command, the escheator maliciously kept the said 120a. of the land of the said John in the king's hand, saying that that land was weyf; and it has been in the king's hand for ten years, and is not worth to the king more than 8s. yearly because it lies sterile and uncultivated.
(See Hen. III. Nos. 609 and 716.)
|C. Edw. I. File 25. (20.)|