Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 26

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 26', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 209-223. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108098 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 26

376.Hugh de Verly alias de Verli, and Nicholas de Overton, chaplain.
Writ to Roger Loveday and Robert de Ludeham (missing).
Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Norfolk, 1 Aug. 8 Edw. I.
Norfolk.Inq. (undated.)
Pikenham. A messuage, 1 carucate land, and 4a. meadow, with homage of free tenants and villeins to the value of 100s. were held by the said Hugh of Isabel countess of Arundel by service of ¼ knight's fee, whose service with wardships, reliefs and marriages, was assigned to the said countess in dower after the death of Hugh Daubeney, earl of Arundel, her husband, who held it with his other fees of the king in chief.
Middiltune. A messuage, 162½a. arable, 68½a, meadow, 8a. turbary, 37s. 7½d. rent, and 10½ measures of salt, to be received of the homages of freemen and villeins in Middiltune, Sudlenn', Herdwyc, Westwinz and Ringetune, were held by the said Nicholas of William son of William de Hewingham by service of a clove gillyflower yearly, and 20s. for the king's scutage, and the said William held the said tenement of Richard Curlu, and he of Mary de Nevile, and she of John of Brittany (Britanie) of the honour of Richemund, and he of the king in chief.
C. Edw. I. File 26. (1.)
377.John de Cawude.
Writ (missing).
York.Inq. _ 8 Edw. I. (defective).
The bailiwick of the Hay of Langwath was held by the said John on the day he died, but not the forestry between the waters [of Use and Derewent]; but he held the bailiwick of that forest before the forest was disafforested, by service of keeping the said bailiwick, and of the grant of [the ances]tors of King Edward that now is, and by hereditary right it ought to belong to David de Cawude as grandson (nepot') and heir of the said John. The bail[iwick of the Hay] of Langwath is in the hand of the archbishop, and was worth 5 marks yearly, and the bailiwick of the forestry (abovesaid) was worth 100s. before it was disafforested.
C. Edw. I. File 26. (2.)
378.Ralph de Waleswurthe.
Writ (missing).
Gloucester.Inq. The day of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 8 Edw. I (defective).
... 2 virgates land, ... were sometime held by the said Ralph of the king in chief, rendering 20s. yearly, and he ought to carry the king's writs for the sheriff of Gloucester in every place ... and to attend the king's court at the Berton without Gloucester, and be taxed with the rest of the said Berton; but he sold 9a. arable and a grove of 4a. to Sir Ralph de Wilyton ...; he alienated 28½a. arable, to whom unknown, rendering 5s. 1½d. yearly; he sold ... land and 1a. meadow to Sir William Daubeney, and John Daubeney holds it, rendering 22½d. yearly; he sold 3½a. arable and 11½a. meadow to the prior of St. Oswald's (who renders ?) 2s. yearly; he sold 36a. arable to Roger Gaumbeys, and Cecily la Muschegros holds it rendering 2s. 4½d. yearly; and he sold divers other parcels to divers persons (specified), including 8d. rent for 4a. meadow which Herbert, father of the said Ralph, sold to Peter ...; the whole tenement and rent aforesaid was thus alienated in the time of king Henry; and the tenants pay their rent and other services of the Berton ...
C. Edw. I. File 26. (3.)
379.Robert earl de Ferariis alias Robert de Ferariis, earl of Derby.
Writ to Ralph de Sandwyco, the king's steward, on the complaint of Robert de Bures that a rent of 100s. from the manor of Certeleye given to him by the said earl had been unjustly detained by the king's steward after the earl's death, 20 Jan. 8 Edw. I.
Stafford.Inq. (undated.)
Cherteleg' manor. 100s rent were given by charter to Robert de Buris and his heirs by the said earl, who took his homage the 10th June, 4 Edw. I, in the full court of Cherteleg', and he had peaceful seisin by the hands of the earl's bailiffs, but the said earl detained the said rent for a year and more before his death.
C. Edw. I. File 26. (4.)
380.Robert Berdun.
Writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 11 Oct. 8 Edw. I.
Wilts.Extent, The day of St. Edmund the king, 8 Edw. I.
Paulesholt. 2 carucates land comprising 240a. arable, 24a. meadow, pasture worth 33s. 4d., a mill, 53s. and ½lb. pepper rent of free tenants, and 3l. 17s. ½d. rent with customs &c. of villeins.
Nicholas his firstborn son, aged 11 on the day of St. Nicholas, 9 Edw. I., is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 26. (5.)
381. (fn. 1) Peter de Sabaudia, deceased.
Writ (missing).
Hertford.Extent, 15 May, 8 Edw. I. (defaced).
Chesterhunt. The manor (extent given) including pasture in Brantyngeshay, Saryngesmore and the marsh, and wood in Catteshale, with the advowson of the church.
Knights' fees (unspecified) in co. Hertford pertaining to Richmond Castle:—
¼ fee held by Ralph de Hoylond, rendering [2s. 6d.] for the guard of the castle.
¼ fee held by John son of Philip, rendering 2s. 6d.
Two parts of 1 fee held by Richard le Botiller, rendering 6s. 8d.
1 fee held by Gerard de Furnivall, rendering nothing but scutage.
1/6 fee held by Nicholas de Werdon, rendering [20d.].
1/6 fee held William Horemed, rendering [20d.].
1/6 fee held by Thomas de Merdele, rendering [20d.].
Lincoln.Extent, the day of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 8 Edw. I.
Wassingburg. The [manor] (extent given), including a fishery in Wyme, with the advowson of the church.
Lincoln.Extent of the lands of the honour of Richemund in co. Lincoln, in Hoyland, Saturday after SS. Philip and James, 8 Edw. I. (defaced).
Wykes. The manor (extent given), including 6 stalls in the market of Donington, 6a. arable and ½ bovate of common in Drayton in the marsh of Hoyland, and a custom called 'flourgavel.'
Frampton. The manor (extent given), including a pasture in Cotetoft, Chiltilholm and the marsh of the sea, and another called Holm in the town of Boston, and 10½ bovates land in Fraunchundred.
Free tenants:—
Gosberkirke. 2 carucates and 2 bovates, rendering 45s. 2½d. yearly.
Donington. 2 carucates and 11/8 bovate, rendering 42s. 10¾d.
Biker. 2½ carucates, rendering 50s. 1¼d.
Wyketoft. 3 carucates and 7 bovates, rendering 77s. 8d.
Sutton. 5½ carucates, rendering 100s. 2¾d.
Algerker. 6 carucates and 1 bovate, rendering 6l. 17s. 9d.
Kyrketon. 13 carucates and 5 bovates, rendering 13l. 12s. 5d., and of cottars' fee, 1 carucate and 6¾ bovates, rendering 38s. ½d.
Wyverton, Frampton (and) Skirbec. 9 carucates and ¼ bovate, rendering 9l. 11d.
Lek. 10 carucates, rendering 10l.
Leverton. 5 carucates, rendering 100s.
Donington. 2 carucates, rendering 40s. 1d.
Skirbec. 2 carucates and 2 bovates, rendering 45s. 1½d.; and 1 carucate, rendering 19s. 10d., which Ralph de Rocheford holds. All the aforesaid tenants render in common for pannage every leapyear 29s. ¾d.
In Byker is a certain escheat, rendering 16s. yearly; one in Skirbec, rendering 3s.; two in Leverton, rendering 13s. 6d.; one in Algerker, rendering 3s.; and one in Sutton, rendering 9s.; and the perquisites of the court of the soke are worth 18l. yearly.
Boston. Rent of the borough 8l. 14s. 3½d.; from houses let after the fair until the following fair 20l. 11s. 8½d.; from land held by John de Wormelle 30s.; perquisites of the court of the town 7l., and of the market 7l. 4s.
Market:—Rent of stalls and houses (extent given with names of tenants), including houses called 'King's bothe,' and houses held by the merchants of Cologne, Caen (. adamo), Rouen and Douai, and a custom called 'lastage.' The said Peter also had on the day he enfeoffed the queen mother of the perquisites of the court of Robert de ... and John de Vallibus, which they hold in the time of the fair on the western side of Boston, which is of their fee, 100s.; from the community of the city of Lincoln for licence to do business on the said fee in fair time 20l.; from a cottage in Wassingburg which the nuns of Stikeswald hold 2s.; from tronage 4l.; from the court of the fair 40l. Sum 289l. 13s. 4d.
Knights' fees:—
Holbech. 1 fee held by Thomas de Multon, rendering 10s. for the guard of the castle of Richemund.
Frampton and Skirbech. 1 fee similarly held by the same.
Biker and Gryby. ⅓ and ¼ fee held by Brian son of Alan, rendering 5s. 10d.
Wyketoft, Sutton, Algerker and Kirketon. 2 fees held by the heirs of Simon de Wyketoft, rendering 20s.
Stevinghing. ½ and 1/11 fee held by John de Hoyland, rendering 5s. yearly.
Benington. 1 fee held by John de Baton', rendering 10s. yearly.
Wrangle. Three parts of 1 fee held by Henry de Lascy, rendering 7s. 6d.
Toft. ¼ fee held by John de Vallibus, rendering 2s. 6d. yearly; and ½ and 1/6 fee held by Robert de Horbling, rendering ½ mark.
Gasberkerk, Surflet, Donington and Quedavering. ½0 fee held by Ranulph de Ty, rendering nothing but scutage and relief.
Hipetoft and Sutton. ¼ fee held by Gilbert de Hipetoft, owing scutage and relief.
(Unspecified.) 1/5 fee held by Luke Peche and Ralph de Rocheford, owing scutage and relief.
Leverton and Lek. 1/40 fee held by Thomas de Regesby, owing scutage and relief.
(Unspecified.) ¼ fee held by Ralph de Rocheford, rendering 2s. 6d. yearly.
Frampton. The advowson of a chapel pertaining to the manor.
Wyverton. The advowson of the church.
Lincoln.Extent [Monday before] SS. Philip and James, 8 Edw. I. (much defaced).
Ledenham. The manor (extent given) including [lands] in Brayland.
The manor is in the hands of Roger de Colevile by sale from Hugh son of Otho; [the king conferred it upon Edward son of the said Hugh,] and Jakelin Engain sometime held it of the honour [of Richemund for ½ knight's fee, and owed] nothing [but] scutage. Peter [de Sabaudia bought the manor] of the said Jakelin.
Fulbek (extent given).
The aforesaid lands of Ledenham and Fulbek are in the hand of Alan Manyone of the gift of John de Britannia [earl of Richemund].
Knights' fees pertaining to the honour of Richemund:—
Ledenham and Fulbek. ½ fee held by [Brian] de Herdeby; ½ fee held by Nicholas le Breton; [½ fee held by the heirs] of Ralph son of Richard; and [½ fee held by Simon] son of Peter, [rendering nothing but scutage].
Mounby. [3½ fees held by Thomas de Langeton, Robert] son of Ernisius, John [the chamberlain, and John de Stepyng].
Fulbek. The advowson of the church pertains to the earl of Richemund.
The 3½ fees render 35s. for guard.
[The transcript also contains an Extent of the soke of Gayton in Lyndesey, made the day of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 8 Edw. I.; and an Extent of the manors of Crouhurst and Fylesham, co. Sussex, made 7 June, 8 Edw. I.]
Norfolk.Extent, Sunday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 8 Edw. I. (defaced).
Swaffham. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church.
There are [19¼] knights' fees in the county, rendering 7l. 10s. 10d. yearly for the guard of the castle of Richemond.
Hedersete, Hunyngham, Wramplingham, Saxthorp, Pykeham and the other.
Fykeham (sic). 6 fees held by the heirs of Ralph son of Ranulph, who owe guard on the day of St. Peter ad Vincula.
Foxle and Cleye. 2 fees, held by the heirs of Warin de Monte Caniso, who owe guard in June.
Nereford, Citestren and Westefeld. 1 fee and 3 parts of 1 fee, held by the heirs of [Joldewyn], who owe guard at the Purification.
Ling', Fincham, Nereford, Meleham and Swaffham. [2] ½ fees, held by the heirs of Roger de Cressy, who owe guard in June.
Horninestoft and Kipton. 1 fee similarly held by Robert de [Tates] hale.
Redehale and Thirningh'. 4 fees held by Giles de Argentein, paying guard for 4 fees, less [32d.], and scutage for 3 fees, because the fourth fee was of the demesne of Costes[eie].
Hykelinge. 2 fees held by the heirs of Thomas de Wale[yns], who owe guard at St. Peter ad Vincula.
York.Extent of lands pertaining to the honour of Richemund, Friday before SS. Tiburcius and Valerian ... Edw. [I]. (very defective).
Gilling. A capital messuage, land &c. (extent given).
Forseth. A capital messuage, land &c. (extent given).
Multon. A capital messuage, land &c. (extent given) including 13a. 3r. meadow; [the canons] celebrating divine services in the castle of Richemund are now enfeoffed of the said meadow [and of 8 bovates arable] by John de Britannia; the abbot of Fountains [pays 10s. yearly] for the site [of the grange of Couton]; and the Templars hold one carucate land, rendering 10s. yearly.
Bowes. A castle which is in the custody of Gwichard de Charrun, 66a. arable in demesne, 23a. meadow, a water mill, [48 bovates land, 10 cottars] 12s. of assart, [4s. 6d. from three tenants called gresmen], 40s. from tenants in Cassiflat (and ?) Staynhoukeld, [6s. ½d. of cougeld and schirvegeld,] 40s. yearly from herbage &c. [33l. 6s. 8d. from market toll], 16s. from escapes of beasts of Bringenhale and Stredford, [13s. 5d. from free tenants], and 26s. 8d. rendered yearly by the hospital of Staynmor.
Bulrun and Bowes. 12 bovates land held by Robert de Appelgarth, a water-mill, [2 cottars,] and 50s. perquisites of courts.
Arkelgarth with the new forest. 30 cottages rendering 30s. yearly, [a house rendering 6s. 8d., and a close] which Robert Appelgarth holds, worth 40s. yearly, and divers pastures in Hellwath, Hallegate, [Kexthwayt Lan]gtthwayt, Exkerlede, [Stirkthwayt, Kiwawe,] Fagardegile, [Speccholmes and Hep].
Alcleburgh (alias Aldeburg). A capital messuage, [164a. arable in demesne,] 16a. meadow, [a water mill], 31 bovates land, 2lb. pepper, and 1lb. cummin, [26s. 6d. from 8 cottars, 12s. from free tenants, &c.], of all which Hasculph de Cliseby is enfeoffed for life.
Richmond Castle. The garden worth [16s. yearly, servants' land (terre servient') 45s. 1d], issues of lead mine 10l., pleas &c. of the courts [of the honour 6l., and] from free tenants 30s. 6d.
Beynbrigg. A capital messuage, and the township holds the demesne at the will of the lord, viz.—[34]a. arable, 200a. meadow, a water mill, [and a bakehouse with brewery, and they render 66l. 13s. 4d. yearly], and there is a park of 17a.
Vaccaries in the forest, viz.—Constansate, [Mouresgate, Stalunlusk,] Beredale, Beutr[esate, Seldalegile, Appel]tresate, Snaysum, [Mussedale, Setebukst, Sunde]stan, Fossedale and Cotterdale, which are in the hand of the abbot of [Jervaulx (Girovall) by the feoffment of John de Britannia ?], Quelpesetehoues, which is [similarly] in the hand of Halnath de Haln[akeby], a fishpond called Semerwater, [agistment worth] 6l., sale of wood and a mine of iron [worth 20s., and pleas &c. worth 12l. yearly].
Kateriz. A capital messuage, [32 bovates arable in demesne], 31½ bovates [held by bondmen], 56a. called Pluisweynlondes, [32½a.] held by gresmen, [2 bovates called] Forland, [cottars rendering 6]s. 5d., 2 forges, [33s. 4d. from a pond and mill, and 26s. 8d. from pleas, &c.]
[Estbou]lton. 9s. 1d. rent.
Knights' [fees which owe] guard at [the castle of Richmond in co. York].
Anderby Vesconte. ⅓ fee for which the abbot of Fountains (Fontibus) renders 2s. 3d. (fn. 2)
Rokkewyt. ½ fee for which the abbot of Jervaulx renders 3s. 4d.*
Sutton Rugemond. ⅓ fee for which Ralph de Rougemond renders 2s. 3d.*
Sinderby. ⅓ fee for which the abbot of Fountains renders 2s. 3d.*
Warlanby. 2 fees for which Stephen de Coverham renders 1 mark.
Kirtlington. 2½ fees for which Robert de Musters renders 16s. 8d.*
Berden. 2 fees for which Walter de Eggelclive renders 1 mark.
Bereford. 1 fee for which Geoffrey le Noreys and Emma de Bereford render ½ mark.
Neuton Morel. 1 fee for which Henry de Ripon renders ½ mark.
Wandeslegh. 1 fee for which Roger de Ingoldeby and Nicholas de Wandeslegh render ½ mark.
Henham and Multon. 1/10 fee for which Simon de Multon renders 10d.
Little Hoton. ¼ fee for which William de Bernigham renders 20d.
[Wiclif.] 1 fee in the same for which Robert de Wiclif renders ½ mark.
Holteby and Enderdeby. 1 fee for which Edmund Fyton renders ½ mark.*
Iaford. 1 fee for which William de Brettevile renders ½ mark.
Great Couton. 1 fee for which Edmund Fytun renders ½ mark.
Brompton. ¼ fee for which the said Edmund renders 20d.
Hotonhang. ¼ fee for which the abbot of Jervaulx renders 20d.
Suth Couton and North Couton. 1 fee for which Brian son of Alan and William de Laceles render ½ mark.
Brigenhale. 1 fee for which Edward Charles renders ½ mark.
Kirkeby Raveneswath. 31/6 fees for which Hugh son of Henry renders 21s. 1½d.
West Witton. ½ fee for which [Ro]bert de Tateshale renders 40d.
Middelham. 6 fees for which [the same] Robert and Mary de Middelham render 40s.
Thornton Stiward. 2 fees for which [Hum]phrey de Bassingburn renders 1 mark.
Tanefeld. 2½ fees for which [Avice] Marmyon renders 16s. 8d.*
Ergom. 1 fee for which [John] de Romundeby renders ½ mark.
Colebron. ¼ fee for which [John] le Bretun and Henry de Ripon render 20d.*
Manefeld. 2 fees for which [Avice Mar]myon and Henry Conan render 1 mark.
Ask and Marig. 1 fee for which [Hugh de Ask] renders ½ mark.
Burton. 13 fees for which [Rouald le Constab]le renders 4l. and ½ mark.
Hacford. [2] fees for which [Thomas de Burgo] renders 1 mark. (fn. 3)
Estlatom. [1/6] fee for which [Matthew de Kerkham] renders 13½d.
Gilling. [1/6 fee for which Osbert and Odart] render 13½d.
Kilverdeby, Askham, Appelby [and Fencotes]. 2½ fees for which [Brian son of Alan, John le Breton] and Hugh son of Henry [render 16s. 8d.] (fn. 4)
Enderdeby. [1 fee for which Simon de Furneus] renders ½ mark.
Scorueton. [2½ fees for which Roger de Lascels] renders 16s. 8d.
Bedale. [31/6 fees for which Brian son of Alan] renders 21s. 1½d. (fn. 5)
[Mas]ham. [1 fee for which Roger de Mouubray] renders ½ mark.‡
Tunstal. 1/6 fee for which [the abbot of Jervaulx, the abbot of St. Agatha] and Roger de Waldeby render [13½d.].
Stapelton. 1 fee for which [Nicholas de Stapelton and the abbot of St.] Agatha render ½ mark.
Extent or summary of lands pertaining to the honour of Rychemund in co. York and other counties (undated fragment). (fn. 6)
York.Rychemund borough with its demesnes, &c.
Gilling.
Forsete.
Molton.
Bowes and Bulerun.
Applegarth.
Aldeburgh.
Lead mine, issues of garden and perquisites of the great court.
Baynebrigge with vaccaries in the Forest.
Caterice.
Guard of the castle of Rychemund in co. York.
Lincoln.Saltfleteby.
Ledenham.
Munby
Wassingburn.
Geyton.
The bailiwick of Boston in the said county.
Wykes.
Framton.
Free tenants ...
Undated fragment, possibly part of the above membrane.
...
Extent of lands pertaining to the honour of Rychemund in divers counties.
Knights' fees in co. Norfolk.
Endorsed:—
... Rychemund with ... in co. Sussex.
Sum in marks. 2,711½ marks, 17½d.
Writ to Thomas de Normanvill [and John de Crokes]lee, to extend the fees of the honour of Rychemund which were of Peter de Sabaudia in the counties of Lincoln and Nottingham, because certain of those fees have not yet been extended, 9 Dec. 9 Edw. I. (defective).
Lincoln.Extent made before Thomas de Normanvil, the king's steward, and John de Crockesleye, Thursday after St. Edward the King, 9 Edw. I, (defective).
Ryggesby. 1 fee held by John de Nevil, rendering 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Rychemund, and owing homage and scutage when it shall happen.
(fn. 7) W[e]l[to]n near Louth (Lud'). ½ fee held by Lambert de Molton, rendering 5s. yearly for guard.
[Kadene]ye, Kelleseye (and) Kyrminton. 2 fees held by Sir James de Byroun, rendering 20s. for guard.
Allesby, Kyninggesholm, Fulstou and Swalu. 2½ fees held by Sir [Roger] de [Laceles, rendering 25s.] for guard.
Cateby. ½ fee held by Matthew Nouel, rendering [5s. for guard].
Greynesby. Three parts of 1 fee held by William de Welles, rendering [7s. 6d.] for guard.
Swynnop. 1 fee held by William de Chauncy, rendering 10s. for guard.
Sprydelinton. 1 fee held by Walter de Stokes, rendering 10s. for guard.
Helmeswell. ½ fee held by Andrew de Nevil, rendering 5s. for guard.
Gayteborton, Lee and Hepam. 2 fees held by Ralph de Trehamton, rendering 20s. for guard.
Fulbec, Heckam, Westby and Heriereby. 3 fees held by Sir Roger de Hynggoldby, rendering 30s. for guard.
Brocton. 1½ fee held by Sir John de Albaniaco, rendering 12d. or a pair of gilt spurs for guard.
Coleby. 1 fee held by Lady Lucy Pecch, rendering a sparrowhawk (nisum) yearly for guard.
All these owe homage, relief and scutage when it shall happen.
Lincoln.Inq. and Extent of fees pertaining to the honour of Richem[und], fees granted in alms &c. (undated and fragmentary).
Ledenham and Fulbeck. ½ fee held by John de Brittannia earl of Richmond pertaining to the honour of Richmond; 1 fee held by Margery daughter of Simon de Fulbek of the said John for homage and scutage, whereof the prior of Sempringham holds a sixth part in alms; ½ fee held by the said Margery and Joice de Hawe of the same honour; ½ and a fourth part of ½ fee held by Nicholas le Breton of the said honour and earl for homage and scutage; 16 bovates land in Fulbeck held by the master of the Knights of the Temple in England in alms; and 20a. held by the prior of Sempringham in alms.
Ledenham. Three parts of ½ fee held by William Wynnebis, Peter de Oxton, and the heirs of Eustace de Wykes for homage and scutage.
Ledenham and Braytheland. Three parts [of 1] fee held by Roger de Colevile for homage and scutage; a moiety whereof in Ledenham is held by the master [of the knights] of the Temple in alms.
Brocton and Little Stapleford. 1½ fee held by John Daubeneye for homage and scutage.
Hagh and Genelston. 1½ fee held by the abbot of [Cherbourg] in alms.
Coleby. [1 fee] held by the heir of Herbert Pecche for homage and scutage; and 1 carucate land held by the prior of the hospital of St. Katherine in alms.
Bynington. The manor and Fos[ton,] held by the queen, the king's mother.
[Fulbek, Ledenham, Hykam, Stok, Westeby,] Heriherby and Bylyngborgh. 3 fees held by [Roger de] Hyngelby [for homage and] scutage.
[ (fn. 8) Horblyng. ½ and 1/6 fee similarly held by Robert de Horblyng.
Holbech. 1 fee similarly held by Thomas de Holbech; and 24a. land held by the prior of Spaldyng in alms, 66a. by the abbot of Croyland, 4 bovates and a salt pit by the prior of Tetteford, and 4 bovates and a salt pit by the prior of Bridlington.
Skyrebek and Frampton. 1 fee held by Thomas son of Lambert de Multon for homage and scutage, which is worth to his use 10l. yearly, because the heir of Thomas de Frampton holds of him a third part worth 20l. yearly; and the master of the hospital of Boston holds a moiety of the said fee in alms, worth 30l. yearly.
Gosberkyrk, Surflete, Donygton and Quadryng. 1/20 fee held by Ranulph de Ry for homage and scutage.
Byker and Greyby. ⅓ and ¼ fee similarly held by Brian son of Alan.
Stevenyng. ½ and 1/11 fee similarly held by John de Hoyland; and 10a. held by the abbot of Swynesheved in alms.
Wyketoft, Suterton, Algerkyrk and Kyrketon. 2 fees held by the heir of Simon de Wygetoft for homage and scutage.
Benyngton, Leverton and Lek. 1 fee similarly held by John de Batonia.
Soterton and Algerkyrk. ¼ fee similarly held by Gilbert de Hipetoft; and 26a. are granted in alms.
Wrangel and Leek. Three parts of 1 fee held by Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, for homage and scutage, a moiety whereof is held by the abbot of Waltham in alms.
Benyngton, Toft and Skyrbek. ½ and 1/5 fee held by Ralph de Rocheford for homage and scutage.
Leverton and Leek. 1/11 fee similarly held by Thomas de Ryggesby.
Welton near Louth (Ludam). ½ fee similarly held by Alan de Couton.
Welton and Halyngham. ½ fee similarly held by Philip le Breton.
Gayton. 1 carucate land held by the abbot of Kyrkestede for 20s. yearly rent, and 2 carucates in frankalmoin.
Skydebrok. 1 fee held by the heirs of Philip Galle for homage and scutage.
Cateby. ½ fee, except one toft and 1½ bovate land, similarly held by William son of John de Cateby, John son of J. de Bleseby, Alan son of Hugh of the same, Walter de Neuton, Richard de Langeton, and Alan de Wynceby; and the said toft and 1½ bovate are held by the prior of Hormesby in alms.
Swynhop. 1 fee held by Lucy de Chancy for homage and scutage.
Greynesby. Three parts of 1 fee similarly held by Sir William de Swelle (?); and 3 bovates land held by the prior of Halyngham in alms.
Fowelstowe. ½ fee held by Roger de Lascels for homage and scutage.
Lee, Gayteburton and Heepham. 2 fees similarly held by Ralph de Trehampton; 16a. meadow of the said fees held by the prior of Torkeseye in alms, 10a. meadow in Lee by the master of the Knights of the Temple, 7a. meadow by the prior of Bolington, and 5a. meadow by the abbot of Aungere.
Wyvelyngham and Stowe. 1 fee held by Robert de Musters for homage and scutage, and 9 bovates land of the same fee held by the abbot of Revesby in alms, and 2 bovates by the prior of Torkeseye.
Spridlinton. 1 fee held by Walter de Stoks for homage and scutage; and 2 tofts and 3 bovates land of the same fee held by the master of the Knights of the Temple in alms rendering 15s. yearly, and 2 bovates by the abbot of Revesby.
Helmeswell. ½ fee held by Adam son of Ranulph for homage and scutage; and 1 bovate land of the same ½ fee held by the master of the Knights of the Temple in alms.
Mumby Soke. 3½ fees held by Thomas de Langeton and his partners for homage and scutage, whereof the abbot of Barking and other religious men hold 20 bovates arable land and three parts of 1 bovate, and 100a. pasture (in alms).
Kylingholyn with its members. 1 fee held by Walter de Scures and his partners for homage and scutage; and 6 bovates arable held by the abbot of Neuhus and the sisters of Irford in alms.
Leggesby with its members. 1 fee held by Emcina de Neyvile for homage and scutage; and 80a. wood and 21a. meadow of the same fee held by the prior of Markeby and other religious men (in alms). (fn. 9) ]
Kadeney. 1 fee held by James Birun for homage and scutage; and 21 bovates held of the same fee by the prior of Thornholm in alms, 1 bovate by the prior of Ormesby, and 1 bovate by the great (major) church of Lincoln.
Swalu and Alesby with their members. 1 fee held by Robert de Lasceles for homage and scutage; and 30 bovates and 30 tofts held of the same fee by the prior of Gisseburn in alms.
Gayton soke. 1 fee and three parts of 1 fee held by Philip le Breton and many other free sokemen; and the abbot of Langenet and many other religious men hold there to the value of 23l. 10s. 7½d. in alms.
Kyrnington. 1 fee held by the prior of Thornholm for homage and scutage.
Total 39 fees and ½, ¼ and 1/8 fee.
Spridelinton. [The advowson] of the church.
Winthorp. [The advowson] of the church.
Bolington. [The advowson] of the church, with 1 carucate land.
[ (fn. 10) Swynhope. The advowson of the church.
Greynesby. The advowson of the church.
Swalu. The advowson of the church.
Fulstou. The advowson of the church.
Alwyngham. The advowson of the church.
Yerdeburgh. The advowson of the church.
Germethorp. The advowson of the church.†]
Nottingham.Extent of knights' fees pertaining to the honour of Richemund, made before Thomas de Normanvil and John de Crokesle, the day of St. Edward the King, 9 Edw. I.
Roleston, Cotington, Barneby and Colingham. 1 knight's fee held by Sir Hugh de Babinton and Sir Henry de Perpount, rendering 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Richemund, and owing homage, relief and scutage.
Knyveton, Syreston, Sybethorp, Tyreswell, Ketelthorp and Wyvelingham. 2 fees held by Sir Robert de Mosters, rendering 20s. for the guard of the said castle, and owing homage, relief and scutage.
Sutton. 1 fee held by John son of Adam de Moscham, owing homage, relief and scutage.
Writ to the sheriff of Cambridge to enquire what fees pertain to the honour of Richemund, 3 [April], 10 Edw. I. (defaced.)
Cambridge.Inq. (undated.)
(Unspecified.) 3 fees held by Sir Robert de Valeynes, paying 30s. for the guard of Rich(mond), 4s. for sheriff's aid, suit at Badburgham Court, and 'warpenes' which are uncertain.
Oxecroft. 1 fee held by the countess of Warwick; 12a. land held by the prioress of St. Radegund in alms; and 3a. similarly held by the abbot of Wardon.
Burrough (Burgo). 1 fee held by Thomas de Burgo; 2 hides and 50a. land held by the abbot of Wardon in alms; and 1 hide similarly held by the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem.
Dulingham. 1 hide land held by Henry Matfrey by serjeanty.
Stevechewrthe. 1 hide land held by Philip de Patemere; and a seventh part of a wood of the same tenement held by the prior of Ely in alms.
Badlingham. 1 fee held by Alan le Fraunceys; and 1 carucate land of the same fee held by the abbot &c. of Sibeton in frankalmoin.
Landwade. ½ fee held by Agnes de Hasteng'; 50a. land and 50s. rent of the same fee held by the prior, &c. of Fordham; and a messuage and 8a. land held by the prior of Spinney.
Wykes and Fordham. ½ fee held by Humphrey de Bassingburne; and ½ carucate land of the same fee held by the prior of Wykes in alms.
Iselham. ½0 fee held by John de Burton; and a messuage and croft of the same fee held by Robert the chaplain and it has been held in alms for twelve years (fuit elemos' a tempore xij annorum).
Saham. ¼ fee held by Baldwin de Sancto Georgio.
Burewelle. 1 fee held by Sir Robert Tibetot, owing 3s. yearly for sheriff's aid, and suit at the court of Badburgham; and 1 hide and 1 virgate land held by Henry son of Odo, owing 2d. to scutage at 20s.
Wilburham. 2 hides land held by Sir Robert de Insula by socage; and 1/40 fee held by Ralph son of Fulk.
Swafham Bolebec. ½ fee held by John de Burton.
Swafham Prior. 1¼ fee held by Roger de Leycestre; ¼ fee held by Reginald de Aylesham; and 24a. granted in alms of the fee of John de Burton held by the prioress of Swafham.
Fulburne. A third part of the town held by Sir Roger la Zuche in socage for a pair of gilt spurs or 6d., rendering 1 mark for royal (service).
Hinton and Theversham. 200a. land held by Margery de Kyriell, worth 30l. yearly beyond 10l. paid to the king for the said manor; and ½ fee with the advowson of the church held by John son of John, and Hugh bishop of Ely has had the advowson with 1a. land in alms for eight years (a tempore viij annorum).
Dokeswrthe. ½ fee held by Sir Henry de Lascy, giving for the guard of Rich(mond) 5s., and for sheriff's aid 12d., and doing one suit at the court of Badburgham; 2 virgates land of the same fee held by the abbot of Tileteye by service of 6s. 10d., and paying 6¼d. for the guard of Rich(mond), and 2½d. for sheriff's aid; ½ fee held by Ralph de Dokeswrthe; and 2½ virgates land of the same fee held by the abbot of Tileteye in alms, paying 6¼d. for the said guard.
Badburgham. ½ fee held of the earl of Richem(ond) by Sir Warin de Hereford, doing one suit at the court of Badburgham, and paying 2s. for view of frank pledge, and for sheriff's aid 34d.; and 1/6 fee held by Roger de Walsham, paying 9d. for view of frank pledge, 2s. 6d. for the guard of Rich(mond), and 13d. for sheriff's aid.
Little Abiton. ½ and ¼ fee held by Sir Robert de Tudenham; ¼ fee held by John Girunde; and 1/8 fee granted in alms, held by the prioress of St. Radegund; and they pay for sheriff's aid 4s., for view of frank pledge 4s., and for the guard of Rich(mond) 10s.
Wytcham. 2 fees held by Walter de Bernham, giving 20s. for the said guard; 2 fees held by Stephen de la Haye, giving 20s. for the said guard; both of them hold of the earl of Oxford and give for sheriff's aid 12d. and for view 2s., and do one suit at the court of Badburgham.
Horsethe. ½ fee held by Alice de Bello Campo of the earl of Oxford of the said honour, giving for the said guard 6d., for view 12d., and doing one suit at the court of Badburham; ½ fee held by Elizabeth de Limbyre of the said earl of the same fee; and (a tenement) worth 10l. yearly held by the abbot of Waltham of R. de Frivile in alms.
Nostrefeld. 1/8 fee held by John de Miniak owing suit at Badb[urham]; ½ fee held by Robert de Say of the said earl; ¼ fee similarly held by William de Olmestede; and ½ fee held by the prior of Hatfeld in alms.
Berklawe. ¼ fee held of the said earl by William de Chishille; and 3 fees held by Sir Simon de Furneus, giving 30s. for the guard of Rich(mond).
Little Linton. 1 fee held by Roger de Leycestre, giving for view 5s., and for sheriff's aid 2s.
Great Linton. 1 fee held by Sir William de Say.
Pompeswrthe. ½ fee held by Robert de Ludham, owing suit.
Wynepol. 1 fee held by Warin son of Baldwin de Bassingburne paying 10s. for the said guard, and held of the earl of Winchester; and ½ fee held of Robert de Insula by John Avenel, paying for castle guard ½ mark.
Malketon, Westwyk and Hokiton. 1 fee by Roger de Torinton and Philip de Sancto Clavo, paying 10s. for the said guard, 32d. for sheriff's aid, 2s. for view, and owing suit.
Haselingfeld. 1½ hide held of the said honour by the abbot of York in alms.
Syepe. 15s. rent held of Alan le Fraunceys by the prioress of Campesse in alms.
Swaveshee, Fendraiton and Driedraiton, held by Sir R. la Suche in socage, paying for royalty 2 marks; 1 carucate land held by the prior of Swaveshee in alms; and ½ hide land held of the earl of Rich(mond) in socage by the heirs of Aubrey de Nevile, doing suit at the court of Badburgham, and rendering 22d. for the said guard.
Little Papwrthe. ½ fee held by John de la Haye, rendering 4s. for sheriff's aid.
Long Stanton. 1 fee held by Philip de Colevile, rendering 10s. for the said guard, 2s. for sheriff's aid, 40d. for view, and owing suit.
Toft. 4 virgates land granted in alms, held of the said fee by the prior of Bernewelle of the heirs of Aubrey de Nevile, paying 23d. for the said guard.
Brunne. 7a. held of the same tenure by the same prior, rendering nothing; and 20a. granted in alms, held by the brethren of the Hospital of St. John, rendering nothing.
Caldecote. ½ virgate land granted in alms, held by the said prior, rendering nothing; and ½ virgate land granted in alms, held by the said brethren.
Everesden. A messuage, 12a. land and 3a. wood granted in alms, held by the abbot of St. Albans; and 2 virgates land held by Alexander Peverel by serjeanty.
Brunne and Caldecote. 1 fee held by William de Subiri.
Hattele. 1 hide land with 20a. wood held of Sir S[imon] de Furneus in socage by Sir Baldwin de Sancto Georgio; 120a. held of the said Simon by Elias de Gledeseye; and 130a. land granted in alms, held by the abbot of Saltram, rendering nothing; ¼ fee by Walter de Ho, owing one suit and paying 2s. for sheriff's aid.
Wendeye. A tenement held in socage by Alice Caumauntel and her partners.
Waddon. 1 fee by Ralph de Saham and Geoffrey [Turpyn] owing one suit.
Bassingburne. 50l. land held by Sir John de [Brittannia] for what fee is unknown.
Norfolk.Knights' fees pertaining to the honour of Richemond (undated and defaced).
Reddenhale, Audeberge and Sterston. 2 fees held by Master Henry de Brandeston, rendering 26s. for (castle) guard.
Hulm. ½ fee held by Alan de Swafham, rendering 4s. to scutage at 20s.; the advowson of the church is granted in alms in the house of the abbot of Lilleshil.
Dalling, Brunigham, Bathele and Sharnton. ½ fee held by Thomas son of Gilbert de Hinddringham, rendering 5s. for guard.
Hykelingge. The manor held for 2 fees by Sir Robert de Valeyns, rendering 10s. for guard.
Rubham, Ling and Meleham manors. 1¾ fee held by Sir Robert son of Roger, rendering 25s. for guard.
Foxle and Cleye manors. 2 fees held by William de Monte Caniso, rendering 20s. for guard.
Thirnningge. The manor, held for 2 fees by the bishop of Bath, rendering 8s. 4d. yearly for guard.
Hedresete, Honingham, Wramplingham, Pikeham and the other Pikeham manors. 6 fees held by Sir Ralph son of Ranulph, which Sir Robert de Tateshale and Mary de Nevile now hold, rendering 60s. yearly for guard.
Horninggetoft, Wissinggesete and Kipton manors. 1 fee held by Sir Robert de Tateshale, rendering 10s. yearly for guard.
Nereford. 1 fee held by Sir William de Nereford and Thomas Joldewine, rendering 10s. for guard.
Sidesterne manor. ½ fee held by the lady of Kerdeston, rendering 10s. for guard.
Westfeld manor. ¼ fee held by Sir John de Breton', rendering 5s. for scutage.
Sutfeld manor. A moiety of ¼ fee held by Sir Hugh de Caely, rendering scutage.
Middelherlingge manor with the advowson of the church, Reddleswrthe, Swenigton and Attlebrigge. 1 fee held by Sir Simon de Furneys, rendering 10s. yearly for guard.
Costesey. The manor with all its members, held by Queen Eleanor the king's mother by socage, excepting the advowsons of the churches which are granted in alms, viz.—the churches of Costesey, Bauburg, Honigham, Ringgelond and a moiety of Bereford, and a messuage and 100a. land, and 6a. meadow with [the liberty] of a fold in Honigham.
Swafham. The manor and church held by Sir John de Britannia.
Hadesco and Taseburg. A serjeanty held by the earl marshal (Comes le Marchal); and it used [to pertain to the manor] of Coteseye.
York.Extent, Saturday after St. Luke, 11 Edw. I. beginning (defective and defaced). (fn. 11)
West Wytton and Welle, Crachale and Thorraldby. 3½ fees held by Sir Robert de Tadersale in chief of the earl of Rychem[ond], by homage and scutage, with the advowsons of the churches of Welle and West Wytton. He holds of the king in chief in Norfolk of the king's ancient demesne.
Middilham, Snape and Carleton in Coverdale. 3 fees similarly held by Lady Mary de Nevile, lady of Middilham, with the advowsons of the churches of Aykescharth and Middilham. She holds of the king in chief in Norfolk of old (feoffment).
Hackeford, Hapelton and the other Happelton, Burton and Bissopdale. 2 fees similarly held by Sir Thomas de Burgo, with the advowson of the church of Lang[eton]. He holds (elsewhere) of the king by reason of the escheat of the earl of Chester of new (feoffment).
Burton, Caldewelle, Croft, and elsewhere. [13 fees] similarly held by Sir Roald de Burton.
Bedale, Akescoch, [Burel, Frytby and elsewhere,] with (their) members. 6½ fees similarly held by Sir Brian son of Alan, with the advowsons of the churches of [Bedale,] Melsandeby and Rockeby.
Scurueton with (its) members. 2½ fees similarly held by Sir Roger de Lasseles, with the advowsons of the churches of [Kyrkeby] Wisk and Scurueton.
Helach in Sualdale with (its) members. 4 fees similarly held by Sir Gilbert de Gaunt. He holds elsewhere of the king of old (feoffment).
Colburn (and) Aynderby with (their) members, similarly held by Sir John le Breton, with the advowson of the church of Finkhale.
Colburn and Appelby. ½ fee similarly held by Henry de Ryppon.
Wandeslay. ½ fee similarly held by Nicholas de Wandeslay; and ½ fee by Sir Roger de Ingoldby, with the advowson of the church.
Coverham. ½ fee similarly held by Stephen de Coverham.
(Unspecified.) 1/12 fee similarly held by William le Scurop.
Berdene with (its) members. 1 fee similarly held by Walter de Berdene.
Daneby. 1 fee similarly held by Edmund de Killum.
Thorneton Stiwarde. 2 fees similarly held by Sir Humphrey (Umfredus) de Bassengburn.
Tunstall. ¼ fee similarly held by Roger de Waldby.
Fletham. ⅓ and 1/9 fee similarly held by Sir Henry son of Conan; ⅓ and 1/9 fee held by John Coleman; and ⅓ and 1/9 fee held by Sir William Giffard.
Tanfeld and Manefeld with (their) members. 4½ fees similarly held by Lady Avice Marmion, with the advowson of the churches of Tanefeld, Wat and Manefeld.
Kertligton with (its) members. 2½ fees similarly held by Robert de Musters, with the advowson of the church of Kertligton.
Sutton Hougrave. ¼ fee similarly held by Ralph de Rogemund.
Ravenshat, Cutherton and other members. 3½ fees similarly held by Sir Hugh son of Henry, with the advowson of the church of St. Roumald. He holds elsewhere of the king after the decease of Sir P. de Sabaudia by reason of the countess of Albemarle.
E[rgum]. 1 fee similarly held by Sir John de Romundesby; and 1/12 fee [in the same town similarly] held by Walter de Musters.
S[cargel]. ¼ fee [similarly] held by Sir William de Schargel.
Brigenhale. 1 fee [similarly] held by Edward Charles.
Ask and Marrik. 1 fee similarly held by Sir Hugh de Ask.
Couton. 2 fees similarly held by Sir Edmund Fytun. He holds of the king in the counties of Blakeburn [and Bolin], in what manner is unknown.
Berford with (its) members. 1 fee similarly held by [Geoffrey] Norays of Berford.
Manefeld. ⅓ fee similarly held by [Thomas Gretheved].
Middilton. ¼ fee similarly held by [William de] Lindesay; and ¼ fee by [Henry] de Middilton.
Kneton and Middilton. ¼ fee similarly held by [Al]an de Cneton.
Multon. 1/10 fee similarly held by Simon de Mulketon.
Gilling. 1/12 fee similarly held by Odard de Gilling; and 1/12 fee by Osbert de Gilling.
[Hertford ?] ⅓ fee similarly held by John de Hertford in the same.
(Unspecified.) 1/12 fee held by Stephen de [Ber]nygham. He is a free farmer and does no homage or scutage, and after his death nothing shall be done for the castle save the doubling of his farm.
Little Hoton. ¼ fee held by William de [Be]rnygham by homage and scutage.
Aynderby. 1 fee similarly held by Robert de Furneus, with the advowson of the church.
Daneby with Mount Sorel. Three parts of 1 fee which used to do homage and scutage, are now in the hand of the earl of Richmond, with the advowson of the church.
Egleston. ¼ fee held by the lord abbot of Egleston by homage and scutage.
Aynderby Vecounte and Synderby. Two parts of 1 fee similarly held by the abbot of Fountains.
Stapelton and Tunstal. ½ fee and 1/18 fee similarly held by the abbot of St. Agatha.
Rokewik, Hoton Hang and Tonstal. ½, ⅓ and 1/18 fee, similarly held by the abbot of Jervaulx.
[Nottingham.]Extent made before Thomas de Normanvill and John de Crokesle, Friday after St. Luke, 10 Edw. I. (very defective).
Sutton and Mering. 1 knight's fee held of the honour of Richemund by John son of Adam de Musham by homage and scutage, with the advowson of the church.
Roleston with (its) members. 1 fee similarly held by Sir Andrew de Nevil, with the advowson of the church of Barneby.
Kyneton. ½ fee [similarly] held by [Sir William de] Malebys, with [the advowson] of the church.
Sy[resdon, Sybe]thorp and [Sch]elton. ¼ fee [similarly] held by [Geoffrey de Musters and William son of Godfrey de] Sybbethorp.
Tir[eswell. 1/8] fee [similarly held by Sir] Robert [de Musters], with the advowson of a moiety of the church.
(See No. 578.)
C. Edw. I. File 26. (6.)

Footnotes

1 N.B.—Throughout No. 381 the words and figures within square brackets have been supplied from the contemporary transcript in the Exch. Treas. of Receipt, Miscell. Book, No. 69.
2 The transcript adds 'Hangest.'
3 The transcript adds 'whereof Hangest 12s. 4d.'
4 The transcript adds 'whereof Hangest in Fencotes.'
5 The transcript adds 'Hangest.'
6 In the transcript an extent of the town of Richem[ond] precedes this extent.
7 The transcript gives 'Weston,' but the Calendar printed in 1806 gives 'Welton,' which appears to be correct. See the next Inquisition.
8 All the following entries from Horbling to Leggesby are supplied from the transcript, but these places are all given in the Calendar printed in 1806, with certain variations of spelling.
9 All the preceding entries from Horbling to Leggesby are supplied from the transcript, but these places are all given in the Calendar printed in 1806, with certain variations of spelling.
10 All supplied from the transcript, but given in the Calendar printed in 1806, with certain variations of spelling.
11 Preceeding this extent in the transcript, is a writ to the Escheator beyond Trent of extent of fees of the honour of Richmond, to be made in the presence of one of the attorneys of Queen Eleanor, the king's mother, 1 Dec. 10 Edw. I., to which this extent was probably returned.