Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 31

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 31', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 252-262. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108103 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 31

437.John son of Thomas.
Writ of certiorari super valore to S. bishop of Waterford, justiciary of Ireland, concerning the counties and serjeanties of which the said John was seised in Decies and Desmond, 12 April, 10 Edw. I.
Writ to the said bishop, concerning lands &c. held by the said John in Decies and Desmond, because Thomas son of Maurice, grandson and heir of the said John, seeks to be restored to his lands, being of full age, 13 April, 10 Edw. I.
Kildare.Inq. Monday after St. James the Apostle, 10 Edw. I.
Offaly. A theodum of land as well in demesne as in lordship (domineo) called Oregan, held of Maurice son of Gerald for ½ knight's fee whenever royal service shall be summoned, and doing suit at his court at Gesyl, now worth 45l. yearly and no more because wasted by the war of the Irish (gwerram Hibernicorum), but in time of peace worth 90l. 13s. 4d. yearly; and Nicholas son of Alexander holds there 5 carucates land in fee by doing to the said Maurice the abovesaid royal service for the said John's heir.
Kilkenny.Inq. Sunday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 10 Edw. I.
Sseyr. 5 carucates land held of the heirs of John the marshal (marscalli) for a red goshawk, and 40s. to the bishop of Ossory yearly; and that land used to be worth 50 marks, but now only 20 marks yearly, because the greater part lies waste by the war.
Waterford.Inq. Sunday the morrow of St. Peter ad Vincula, 10 Edw. I.
Decies. 3½ cantreds, except the barony of Donnul and other lands enfeoffed by the king before the enfeoffment of the said John, and except the lands of the Hospitallers, Templars and croziers (crocearum), the advowson of the church of Dungarvan with its chapels, and the castle of Dungarvan.
Waterford. The shrievalty, held of fee and not of serjeanty, rendering thence and for the shrievalties of Corc' and Keregie, and the serjeanties there, 500 marks of silver at the Exchequer of Dublin yearly, and for 1/10 knight's fee; and the aforesaid lands, shrievalties and bailiwicks were held of the enfeoffment of Sir Edward then lord of Ireland during the life of the king his father by his charter, which Thomas son of Maurice, the said John's heir, has. In the said three cantreds are eighteen farmers holding 123½ carucates of arable, meadow, pasture, wood, moor and marsh for six years still to come, rendering 253l. 16s. 8d. yearly, viz.:—18a. meadow near Waterford, turbary near Dungar-van, and 49 townships held by free tenants rendering 119l. 17s. 8d. yearly; and in Ofathe six free tenants holding six townships for 23s. 4d. yearly, also the tenants of the town of the 'Oustmen' near Waterford render yearly for the advowson by the hands of the baron of Dunil 7s.; the burgesses of Dungarvan town render for their burgages 13l. 17s. 4d.; 4 mills are worth 28l. 13s. 4d. yearly and there are the prisage of fish, ale, wines &c. of Dungarvan or Waterford (extent given), the pannage and vert of the forest of Decies, and the perquisites &c. of the hundred and court of the town of Dungarvan and of the whole county of Waterford.
Kilmidan. The manor, worth 100l. yearly, of which the said Sir Edward enfeoffed Sir Robert de Ufford and Geoffrey de Nevile after the said John's death.
Decies. Sixteen free tenants doing 9½ and 1/60 knights' service whenever royal service shall be summoned, or 18l. 10s. 8½d.
And the said John had seisin of all the above by a letter patent of the said Sir Edward, which the said Thomas has, directed to the free tenants of Decies and Desmond, that they should answer to the said John as they were accustomed to do to Thomas son of Anthony who held the said lands and bailiwicks before. By which letter the said John took seisin himself, for Stephen de Lungespeie then justiciary of Ireland was unwilling to give it to him immediately, but assigned him to come before the council of Sir Edward at Dublin; but being unwilling to wait, by counsel of his friends he took seisin himself, and had it from the 1st week of Lent, 44 Hen. III., until the eve of St. James the Apostle, 45 Hen. III., when he died.
Writ of venire facias at Kilmahallok to the sheriff of Cork, under the great seal, dated at Dublin 3 July, 10 Edw. I., with jury panel.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Limerick, 3 July, 10 Edw. I., with jury panel.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Kerry, 3 July, 10 Edw. I., with jury panel.
Cork, Kerry and Limerick.Inq. Saturday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 10 Edw. I. (defaced.)
Cork.Cork (Corcag'.) 6 acres meadow and 2 weirs near the town of Cork, with the shrievalties and serjeanties of the counties of Corc' and Kerie (extent given), rendering for the same and for the land he held in co. Waterford and for the shrievalty there 500 marks of silver at the exchequer of Dublin, and 1/10 knight's fee; all held of the enfeoffment of Sir Edward as abovesaid; together with the pleas and perquisites of the whole counties of Corc' and Kerigie, and of the serjeanties there.
Limerick.Thomon. 1½ cantred of land called Truchkedocassyn and Oxalyd, held of the king in chief for 200 marks yearly at the exchequer of Dublin, knight's service and suit at the county (court); and they are worth nothing because laid waste by the war of the Irish of Thomon.
Corkemrech (?) in the same county. 13 townships of land to (?) the extent of 1 thcodum in Mamerich (?) recovered in the king's court against Conochur Obren. Nothing is owing thence, and it is worth 70 marks yearly in time of peace, but now nothing because it lies waste.
Oranyl (?) 1 cantred called Shennede held of the king in chief for 2 knights' services, worth now 100 marks yearly, and in the said John's time 100l.
Kyllyde in the same county. 1 cantred with a castle, held of John de Barry for 2 knights' services, worth now 100l. yearly, but in the said John's time 200l.
Clonogre in the same county. ½ theodum, held of Maurice son of Gerold for ½ knight and suit at his court of Alletath, worth 100 marks yearly.
Belese in the same county. 1½ carucate land, held of the citizens of Lymer[ick] for 20s., and 15s. to the bishop.
Kerry.Acinekery (?) in co. Kerie. 1 cantred held of Sir Miles de Curcy for 2 knights' services, worth in the said John's time 100l., but now 50l., besides the third (terceriam) of Lady Maud de Barry late the wife of Maurice son of John, for the greater part is destroyed by the war of the Irish.
Donloych in the same county. ½ cantred of land, held of Geoffrey Tyrel for 20 marks rent, formerly worth 40l. and now but 20 marks because ... the war of the Irish.
Moyhynwyr in the same county. 1 theodum of land held of William de Goher for 6d. yearly, suit at the court of Maurice son of Thomas at Alcry (?) and ½ knight's service, worth still 20 marks yearly.
Cork.Ogenathydonethud (?). 3 carucates land held of the heirs of John de Monte free of service, worth in time of peace 40s., but now nothing, because it lies wholly in the power of the Irish.
Corkeleye in the same county. ½ cantred of land held of Robert son of Stephen for 1 knight's service, worth in the said John's time 40 marks, and now but 10, because almost wholly destroyed by the war of the Irish.
Clonlachtyn and Dromynargyl (?) 3 knights' fees of land, held of William de Rupell' for 6 marks yearly rent, worth in the said John's time 10 marks and now nothing, because it lies wholly waste by the war of the Irish.
Kerylochnarn (?) in the earldom of Connact' (?). 1 theodum of land, held of Sir Maurice de London, rendering 5 marks yearly to the chief lord, worth in time of peace 120 marks, and now but 60, because a great part was destroyed by the war of the Irish; and after the death of the said John, the said Thomas son of Maurice when he came to full age, gave the said theodum to Henry de Rupe in exchange for the manor of Moyale in co. Cork, which is worth 70 marks with the dower of Lady Ellen late the wife of Henry de Rupe the elder, and for 50 marks yearly to be received through the hands of the said Henry de Rupe the younger in the church of St. Mary Lymer[ick]; and the said Thomas renders yearly from the manor of Moyle to the said Sir Henry the younger and his heirs 40d.
C. Edw. I. File 31. (1.)
438.John de Nevile alias de Newile, de Nevyle, de Nevill, de Newyle, de Neovile.
Writ (missing).
[Essex.]Inq. (undated, defective and defaced.)
Wetheresfeld. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief ... of the king's fee aforesaid by service of 7s. yearly ... And they held 5a. meadow ...
Hugh his son ...
[Essex.]Inq. (undated and defective.)
Lengham. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester, by service of one ... his son, aged 4, is his next heir.
[Essex.]Inq. (undated and defective.)
Peltindon. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church (jointly held by the said John) and Margaret his wife who survives, of the bishop of London by service of 1 knight's fee.
Hugh his son, aged 4, is his next heir.
Writ of certiorari to the sheriff of Essex, concerning lands &c. whereof the said John and [Margaret] his wife were jointly enfeoffed, 1 July, 10 Edw. I. (defective.)
Essex.Inq. (undated and defective.)
(Weth)eresfeud. 180a. arable, 6a. meadow, and 3a. pasture, whereof the said John and Margaret his wife were jointly enfeoffed by William Sage and Rose (Roysia) his wife by service of 7s. yearly, to be held of the chief lords of the fee viz.—... and his heirs.
Hatfeud Regis. 160a. arable, 8a. meadow and 20a. wood, whereof they were jointly enfeoffed by Richard father of Richard de Tany that now is by service of two gilt spurs or 6d.
Peltindone. The manor (extent given) whereof they were jointly enfeoffed by Walter de Peltindone, to be held of the bishop of London by service of 1 knight's fee.
And the said John was in seisin thereof until the day of his death.
Writ de feodis &c. to the sheriff of Somerset, 5 July, 10 Edw. I.
Somerset.Inq. (undated.)
Assholte. 1 knight's fee, held by the said John of the king in chief.
Chyltone. 3 fees, held by Hugh de Nevill, brother of the said John, of Hugh Poynz, of the barony of Malet, and the said Hugh held them of the king in chief; the said John was never seised of them.
Wyletone hundred. Inq. by another jury.
Hethfeld. ½ fee held by John de Columbariis rendering 20s. to the said John, who held it of John de Moun of the honour of Dunsterre.
Wottone. 1 fee held by Hugh de Curtenay, of the said John, and it is worth 20l. 2s. 5¾d. to the said Hugh.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Essex, 5 July, 10 Edw. I.
Essex.Extent (undated).
Hallingeberys. The manor and advowson held by the said John of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee.
Wetherefeud. The manor and advowson held of the king by serjeanty.
Lengham. The manor and church held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 1 knight.
Thorndon. The advowson of the church.
Totham. The manor held of John de Ripariis by service of 3 fees.
Great (Mangna) Wakering. The manor held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight.
Little Wakering. The manor held of John de Bruis by service of 1d.
Thorp. The manor held of John de Bruis by service of 1 knight.
No knights' fees were held of the said John de Newyle in the county.
Similar writ, but concerning advowsons only, to the mayor and sheriffs of London, 5 July, 10 Edw. I.
London.Inq. Monday before St. Margaret, 10 Edw. I.
The church of St. Christopher.
The church of St. Benet Fynk.
The church of St. Peter Cornhull.
The church of St. Margaret Patyns.
The church of St. Olave by the Tower.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Devon, 5 July, 10 Edw. I.
Devon.Extent, Saturday after St. Michael, 10 Edw. I.
Alfynton. The manor held of Hugh de Curtenay in socage, making oath of fealty only.
Alfynton. The advowson of a church held of the said Hugh.
He held no knights' fees in the county.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Sussex, 5 July, 10 Edw. I.
[Sussex ?]Inq. (undated fragment.)
...,... Roland de Axsted ... to the said John homage and scutage. ... ancestors of the said John. ...
[Sussex.]Extent and appraisement (undated).
Suth Stok and Warnecamp. 1 knight's fee with the advowson of the church of Stok, held by the said John of the king in chief in demesne.
(Unspecified.) ½ knight's fee held by Hugh Sturmy of the said John by knight's service, viz.—by scutage when it shall happen.
Grefham. ½ knight's fee held by Robert Trottemenn by service of doing suit at the court of Suth Stok.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Wilts, 5 July, 10 Edw. I.
Wilts.Extent Monday before SS. Simon and Jude, 10 Edw. I.
Middelton Lillebon in the hundred of Kynewardeston. The manor (extent given with names of tenants) including a meadow called Childeslade, was held for 1 knight's fee of the said John, who holds it (sic) of the king in chief, and the said John gave the wardship and marriage of the heir of Walter Lillebon to John le Butelir for his service, who sold the same to Roland de Erleye until the (full) age of the heir, who now holds the said manor. Two ladies have two dowers from the said manor.
Wilts.Inq. Friday before All Saints, 10 Edw. I.
Edestok. The manor with the advowson of the church, held by William Gereberd of the said John by service of 1 knight, and by the said John of the king in chief.
He held no other fees in the county except in the hundred of Kynewardston, as appears above.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 3 July, 10 Edw. I.
Lincoln.Inq. (undated.)
Welingouere and Navenby. ½ knight's fee containing 34 bovates land held of the king by knight's service; John Malet held it of the said John de Nevill, and it is now in the king's hand by reason of the wardship of Hugh son and heir of the said John de Nevill.
Lincoln.Inq. (undated.)
Faldyngworth. ½ knight's fee containing 20 bovates land, held by the said John of the king by knight's service; Philip de Kyme held the same of the said John.
Refham. 1/8 knight's fee containing 8 bovates land, and the advowson of the church, held of Robert de Nevill by knight's service. The said fees and advowson are in the king's wardship as abovesaid.
Lincoln.Inq. _ 10 Edw. I.
Gayton town. 2 bovates land held of the king in chief, which John Ferre now holds for 1d., to be rendered to William de Seis; 1 bovate land held in the same town which John Ferre now holds; and the advowson of the church which the said John de Nevill held in his own hand.
Wythecal. 2 bovates land held by John Beket of Wythecal of Philip de Kyma, who held the same of John de Neville, and he of the king in chief; 1 bovate land similarly held by Richard son of Matthias of Salfletby in the same town; 1 bovate land similarly held by John de Coquina of Salfletby in the same town; and 1 bovate land similarly held by Gervase de Catheby in the same town.
Lincoln.Inq. (undated and defaced.)
Nettelton. Two parts of 1 carucate and of 2 bovates land held by Gilbert de Nevill, rendering 20s. yearly to the said John; and a third part of 1 carucate and of 2 bovates land held by ... Rama ... of the said John, rendering a pair of white gloves; and John de Nevill held of Robert de Nevill, and he of the king in chief.
Croxeby. ¼ knight's fee held by Andrew de Croxeby of the heirs of Walter de Fr[iskenay], and they held of Philip de Kyme, and he of John de Nevill, and he of the king in chief.
Lindewode. ½ knight's fee held by Henry de Bouse of Elias de Rabayn, and he held of the heirs of Peter Malet, and they of John de Nevill.
Irreby. 1 knight's fee held by John Malet and William Malet of John de Nevill.
Cotes. The advowson of the church held by Robert Burnel of Andrew de Nevill.
Great Cotes. 2 carucates land held by William de Apeltrefeuld of Andrew de Nevill, and he held of William Malet by knight's service ... knight's fee.
Nettelton. 5 bovates land held by the prior of Sixell and the abbot of Neuhous of the fee of Benedict de Nettelton, and the heirs of Benedict held of (Robert) de Rouwell by service of ½ knight's fee, and Robert of William Malet.
Rouwell. 6 bovates land held by John Bozun of William Malet for ¼ (?) knight's fee; and ⅓ carucate land held by William Malet. And William Malet held of John de Nevill the said fees in Cotes, Nettelton and Rouwell by service of 2¼ knights' fees, and he of the king in chief.
Normanby. 5 bovates land held by Richard le Curteys of Thomas of Thomas Brayboef (sic), and Thomas held of Thomas de Moleton, and he of John Malet for ⅓ knight's fee.
Wykeham. ¼ carucate land held by the abbot of Neuhous of Thomas de Moleton, and Thomas held of John Malet for 1/6 knight's fee; and three parts of 1 carucate land held by the prior of Sixel and many others (specified), of John Malet by service of ½ knight's fee.
Hondon. 1 carucate land held by ... de Hondon of John Malet by service of 1 knight's fee.
Rouwell. 7 bovates (?) land held by Roger Kyrkeman of John Malet. And John Malet holds (sic) the said fees in Hondon, Wykeham, Rouwell and Normanby of John de Nevill by service of 1 knight's fee.
Middle Rasen. 4⅓ bovates land ought to be held of John Malet, and by him of John de Nevill, but it cannot be enquired who holds them.
Extent or summary of the above advowsons, and of those of them assigned in dower.
C. Edw. I. File 31. (2.)
439.Baldwin Wake, deceased.
Writ (missing).
Cumberland.Extent Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 10 Edw. I.
Lydel. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants) including the site of a castle in which are a wooden hall, chapel, kitchen, grange, &c., a forest called Nichole forest containing 7 leagues in length and from 1 to 3 leagues in breadth, 2 water-mills and a fulling-mill, a fishery, a certain land called Kaerwyndlo, and the advowson of the church of Eston.
Stubhull, which is a member of Lydel (extent given).
Arthuret (extent given), including a meadow called Halle Enge.
Carlisle. 6 tenants holding burgages.
Licences of men of Roteland and Solom which are in Scotland for pasturing in the fields of Arturet.
Levington, which is a member of Lydel (extent given).
Brakenhull. Three tenants holding 3 bovates land and rendering 17s., and 11 bovates land in Lydel, 11 in Carwendelowe, 24 in Stubhill, 8 in Speresele, 48 in Arthuret, 40 in Levington, 16 in Eston, 8 in North Eston, 4 in Brakenhulle, and 4 in Little Brakenhull are held of the lord by cornage, the tenants rendering 56s. yearly, and the lord shall answer for it to the sheriff of Cumberland for the king's use, and they shall do suit at the lord's court of Stubhil, and at the lord's mills, and owe wardship, relief, and aid in making his eldest son a knight and marrying his daughter.
Knights' fees and serjeanties pertaining to the manor of Lidel:—
Dreg in Couplond. ½ fee held by William son of Thomas de Craystok; and ½ fee held by the lady of Aldingham in Furneys.
Torpeinou. The manor, excepting a sixth part thereof, held by Robert de Mulcastre by cornage; and a sixth part held by Richard le Brun by cornage.
Brunestach. The manor similarly held by Robert de la Ferte.
Solperte. The manor similarly held by Geoffrey de Tillel.
Eston, similarly held by John de Eston.
Northeston, similarly held by Walter de Mulcastre.
Arthuret and Stubhull. A tenement similarly held.
Randulves Levington, similarly held by Richard de Kirkebride.
Brakenhull. A tenement similarly held by the heir of Benedict de Mulcastre.
Arthurete. A tenement similarly held by Robert de Arthuret.
Karwendelowe, similarly held by Robert de Crawendelowe and his partners.
Arthurete. (A tenement) similarly held by the heir of Hugh de Fosom.
Stubhill. A tenement similarly held by Emma Vivien.
Eston. A tenement similarly held by John Hardegill.
Slamed. A tenement similarly held by Walter de Crouesby (?).
Lidel. A tenement similarly held by William Sturjon; and a tenement held by Agnes de la More.
Eston. The church pertains to the manor of Lidel.
York.Extent Monday the morrow of Palm Sunday, 10 Edw. I.
Aton in Clivelond. The manor (extent given) including a plot (placea) called Ergum, a wood called Wystendale, a grove called Elmerege and a watermill called Westmulne and a fourth part of another mill called Estmulne, held of Sir Nicholas de Meynil in chief for ½ knight's fee, rendering 3s. of foreign (service) called wapentake fine.
The said Sir Baldwin and Hawis his wife were jointly enfeoffed of 12 bovates and 12a. land and a fourth part of a watermill, by one Roger de Mosegrave to them and their heirs for ever.
Aton. 1 carucate land is held by Nicholas de Meynel, a toft and 4 bovates land by John Marchaund, 4 bovates land by Robert de Merton, and a toft by Robert le Taylour, all owing suit and foreign (service); and 1 carucate land held by the prior of Geseburn, and ½ carucate by the master of St. Leonard's, York, in frankalmoin.
Thormodeby. 6 bovates land are held by Robert de Thormodeby, owing suit and foreign (service).
Hemelington. The manor and 12s. 2d. yearly rent in Aton are held by the lady of Hemelington in dower, which were of Robert de Stotevill sometime her husband.
Aton. The church is held by the abbot of Wetheby to his own uses.
York.Extent, Tuesday the eve of the Annunciation, 10 Edw. I.
Kerkeby Moresheved. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including the park a league in circuit with 140 deer (ferarum), a wood called Westwode a league in length, a messuage and great close in Braunsedale held by Nicholas son of Robert Nussaunt rendering an arrow at Easter, rents of nuts and woodhens, 'gersume,' marchet and the tenth pig, a messuage called La Wodehouse, waste places called Coteflat, Loftischo, Godefreeruding, Harlonde, and beneath Gillemore Clif, dales called Farndale and Brauncedale, and waste places called Arkeners and Sweneklis, held of Roger de Munbray.
Knights' fees pertaining to the manor:—
[York.]Berk', Musecotes and Wymbelton. 1 fee held by John de Vescy.
Warwick.Newebaud, Cossefford and Lalleford. 1 fee held by the heirs of Roger Pauntolf.
Northampton; Leicester; Warwick; Buckingham.(Unspecified). 4½ fees held by the heirs of Thomas de Wapenbiri.
Northampton; Sussex.Whywelton, Staureton and Grimescote in co. Northampton, and elsewhere (unspecified) in co. Sussex. 5½ fees held by the heirs of Roger de Wywelton.
Warwick.Brinkelowe. The manor held by Gilbert de Witteleburi rendering a sore sparrowhawk or 2s. yearly.
York.Cropton and Middelton. 1 fee held by Nicholas Wake.
Wrelton, Aselakeby and Middelton. ½ fee held by Roger de Wrelton and his partners.
Wrelton. 1/8 fee held by Eustace de Perte.
York.Extent. Thursday after the Annunciation, 10 Edw. I.
Botercram alias Buterkram. The manor (full extent given with names of tenants), including the site of another messuage and lands in Skreingham, a thorny pasture called Rokelond, and lands in Ovegate Sutton, Barneby, and Grouthorp Mure, a rent of 12d. called Yolstock, turning hay in the meadow called Borghenge, passage of the bridge worth 10s., and a fishery of the water of Derwent worth 10s., held of the king in chief.
Knights' fees pertaining to the manor:—
Bolteby, Ravenesthorp and Thirneby. 1 fee held by Alan de Walkingham.
Cowesby, Nesse, Stivelingflete, Rippelingham and Brantingham. 2 fees held by Jordan Folyet.
Calueton. ⅓ fee held by William de Lasceles.
Bosdale and Claxton. Three parts of 1 fee held by John de Bossale.
Schyreburn. 1 fee held by John de Vescy.
Langeton. 1 fee held by the same.
Upsal, Kilventon and Thorneberg. 1 fee held by Geoffrey de Upsale.
Slengeby. 1 fee held by Robert Chambard.
Flathewarth and Toraldethorp. ½ fee held by William (?) Boneface and Luke de Flathewath.
Toraldethorp. ¼ fee held by William de Mortuo Mari; and ¼ fee held by Sibyl late the wife of Geoffrey de Mortuo Mari.
Stivelingflet. ½ fee held by Robert de Grey.
Clifford. ½ fee held by the heirs of Anketin Malore.
Skrengham. 1/10 fee held by the heir of Richard son of Maurice; and 1/20 fee held by Plesencia (?) daughter of William le Bretun.
Flaxton. 1/10 fee held by Richard de Dunstaple.
Barneby. 1/8 fee held by Reginald de Captoft; and 1/10 fee held by Richard de Barneby.
York.Extent Thursday in Easter week, 10 Edw. I.
Cotingham. The manor (extent given), including a capital messuage, well built with a double ditch, and enclosed by a wall, cultures called Wyndgarth, Pertreflat, Molcastreflattes, Pelnarth, Lortelegh, Suth Derningham, North Derningham, Neubrek, Haverflattes, Safrundale, and Westlathes; meadows and pastures called Saltenges, Pelnarth, Estlandes, Wythes, Somereyong, the vaccary of Bayhus (?), Little Derningham, and ... crofte; a park well enclosed, 4 leagues in circuit, in which there are estimated 500 deer (ferarum); woods called Le Suthwode and Le Northwode; sheepcotes upon Nauendik; 'grundpeny' for 12a. meadow in Illemere from the men of Skipwyth; 10s. yearly from the men of Swinlond and Miton for watering their beasts in Derningamdik, 6s. from those of Braythueyt for watering in Ragwelle water, and 7s. from those of Sokene for pontage of Saltenges.
Knights' fees and advowsons pertaining to the manor:—
York.Hesel upon Humber. ½ fee held by the heirs of Adam de Traneby. Etton. ½ fee held by Henry de Eton.
Lincoln.Donington, Hemyngby, Navenby and Glentham. 2½ fees held by the heirs of Grace de Insula.
York.Wytheton and North Cave. Three parts of 1 fee held by John de Meus.
Willardeby, Wlfreton and Scolecotes. ½ fee held by the same John.
Brantingham. 1/12 fee held by John de Kente.
Alstonwik. ¼ fee held by John de Pateshulle.
York; Lincoln.Skipwik (and ?) Wicheton, co. York, and Thorp in Lindes[eie], co. Lincoln. 1 fee held by John de Shipwik and his partners.
York.Cotingham. 1/40 fee held by John Takel.
Cotingham. The advowson of the church.
Roule. The advowson of the church.
Etton. The advowson of the church.
Lincoln.Extent. Sunday the Octave of Easter, 10 Edw. I.
Skeldinghop with its member of Hicham, (full extent given with names of tenants) including a culture called Pertrikesdyk; lands in Le Breckes, Renhull, Fenwong, Herberthull, Calvecroft, Stiwardewong and North-breckes, a park two leagues in circuit, a wood called Le Lund, the manor of Stanygod held by the heirs of Robert de Lek, rendering 6d., a custom called 'maltesilvre,' and 4s. from the township of Wadington for licence to improve the millpond of Wadington.
Lincoln.Extent. Tuesday after Low Sunday (diem dominicam qua cantatur Quasimodo geniti), 10 Edw. I.
Kelleby (full extent given with names of tenants), including a messuage and 1 bovate land in Rouceby held by Robert Lewen rendering 5s. and doing suit of court and foreign (service), and a toft and 1½ bovate land in Northroteby held by the abbot of Sweynesheved rendering 18d.
Lincoln.Extent Thursday after Low Sunday (defaced).
Brunne. The manor with its members of Calthorp, Dyk and Hermethorp (full extent given with names of tenants).
Knights' fees pertaining to the manor:—
Lincoln.Creton. 1 fee held by Roger de Colevile.
Someredeby. 2 fees held by the same.
Rutland.Berk' and Went'. 1 fee held by the same.
Lincoln.Repinghale and Hacumby. 1 fee held by John Gobaud.
Ladington and Wisseby. 1 fee held by William de Wespiry,
Northampton.Lokinton. ½ fee held by David de Flutewik'.
Welleford. ½ fee held by the same.
Lincoln.Estdeping. ½ fee held by Hugh Wake.
Berham. ¼ fee held by Baldwin de Wasprey.
Estdeping. 1/20 fee held by Osbert de Boby.
Dyk'. 1/20 fee held by John son of John de Repinghal; 1/20 fee held by Joice Russel; and 1/20 fee held by Alexander de Poynton.
Brune. 1/10 fee held by the heirs of Alfred de Brune.
Morton. 1 fee held by Roger de Clifford the younger and Isabel his wife.
Boby, Sproxton, and Borham. 1 fee held by Hugh de Boy.
Carby. 2 fees held by Suspirius de Bayuse.
Witham. ¼ fee held by Philip de Stanburn and Idonea his wife.
Carleby, Brassingburgh, Brunne and Turleby. 2 fees held by John de Wasteneys.
Withesthorp. ½ fee held by Ralph de Mortuo Mari; and ½ fee held by Thomas, son of Eustace.
Bracebrigg, Burton and Metheringham. 1 fee held by John de Brace-brigg.
[Hertford.]Estwyk and Chelesle. 1 fee held by Roger (?) de Tany.
Rokhamstede. 1 fee held by ... G ... thynn (?)
Brykendon. ¼ fee held by ... Bellere (?)
Blakemere. ¼ fee held by Robert (?) de Blakemere.
Rokesford. 1/8 fee held by ...
Sella. 1/8 fee held by ... de la Sele.
[Hertford ?]Stapelford. ½ hide land held by William le Loreng, rendering 2s. yearly
[Rutland.]Alstanthorp. ½ fee held by ... de Danesy.
[Leicester.]Kyleby. 1 fee held by William de Kileby.
Atterton and Wytherdele. 1 fee held by John de Setgrave ; ¼ fee held by ... de Trop ; and two parts of 1 fee held by ... de ...
[Leicester.]Thorp in le Clotts. ½ fee held by ... Sechevill.
[Northampton.]Thrapston. ½ fee held by ... veer (?)
Gerneseye Island.(Unspecified.) ½ fee held by the same.
[Northampton; Buckingham.]Cotes, Neuton, Raundes, Filgrave and Lasceburi. 2 fees held by ... de Gatesden.
[Derby.]Cestrefeld. 1 fee held by ...
Boythorp. 1/8 fee held by ... ham.
Killeburn. 1 fee held by ... de Killeburn and his partners.
Lundechirche and Chelmerdon. 1 fee held by Richard de Saundiacre.
[Nottingham.]Lambecote and Hukenhale. 2 fees held by John Torkard and William Pite.
[Norfolk.]Kirkeby, Touneston, Stouue and Scepeden. 1 fee held by Thomas son of Robert.
[Huntingdon.]Bukeswrth. ½ fee held by John de Bays; and ½ fee held by William Grimbaud.
[Bedford.]Schelton. 1 fee held by Robert (?) de Suleby.
[Northampton ; Bedford.]Heregrave and Dene. ¼ fee held by the same.
[Buckingham.]Fylegrave. ¼ fee held by the same.
Lavenden and Weston. 1 fee held by the heir of John Peyvre.
Lincoln.Extent, Friday after Low Sunday.
Deping. The manor, with its members of Est Deping, Stouwe and Bereham, (full extent given with names of tenants) including meadows called Cranemor, Smalemedewe, Forepark, Hevedlond, Westmedewe and Crosholm ; pastures of Milneholm, Buskes and other places; three mills from which Sir Reginald de Evermuwe shall receive 10l. for life for an exchange made of the manor of Kelleby to Sir Baldwin and his heirs, for which exchange the said Reginald also holds the manor of Bliseworth, co. Northampton, with the said 10l. for life, and the prior of Welesforde receives 8 marks, 2s. 2d., and Hugh de Boby and his heirs 50s. in fee ; a tenement in Carreby held by the lord of Careby, rendering 4s. for the guard of the castle of Roginham, and 2s. to the abbot of Burg'; rents from bondmen and cottars in East Deping, West Deping, Bernham, and Stouwe; and 4s. from the fishery of the river Welond.
Summary of goods and chattels at the above manors, of which Aton, Kerkeby Morisheved, Hicham, Kelleby and Deping, with Steventon and Colle Quinci pertain to Lady Wak'.
C. Edw. I. File 31. (3.)