Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 32

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 32', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 263-270. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108104 Date accessed: 29 August 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 32

440.Nicholas son of Martin.
Writ (missing).
Somerset.[Inq.] ... before (?) Easter, 10 Edw. I. (defective and defaced).
Blakedon. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief, with the manors of Dertinton, Cumbe Martin and Hone, pertaining to the said manor, by barony, and the manor of Blakedon is head of the barony ; to which barony pertain 10½ knights' fees, tenants unknown because they are in Somerset, Dorset and Devon.
[William, grandson] of the deceased, aged 25 and more, is his next heir.
[Devon.][Inq.] ... Palm Sunday, 10 Edw. I. (defective and defaced).
Kingeston. The manor (extent given), including ... received by the lepers of Clony ..., held of the countess of Albemarle by service of ¼ knight's fee ; which manor he had of John Peverel, who enfeoffed him and his heirs thereof, because the said Nicholas demised to him for life his castle of Nuport in Camays in the marches of Wales in co. Panbroch, and the said John held it of the earl Marschall, service unknown, so that after his death it should revert to the heirs of the said Nicholas.
[William son of Nicholas,] son of Nicholas Martin, is his next heir.
Devon.[Inq.] Thursday ... 10 Edw. I. (defective and defaced).
Dertinton. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church of ..., held of the king in chief by barony, and it is head of the barony of Blakedone, co. Somerset and there pertain to it the manor of Blakedone, and the manors of Cumbe Martyn and Houne; and 10½ knights' fees, unknown, pertain to the barony.
(See Fine Roll 10 Edw. I. m. 15.)
C. Edw. I. File 32. (1.)
441.Nicholas de Gymmingg alias de Gymminges.
Writ to William de Sancto Claro and Simon de Wynton, 18 April, 10 Edw. I.
Writ of venire facias to the sheriff of Southampton, 18 April, 10 Edw. I.
Southampton.Extent, Saturday after St. Barnabas, 10 Edw. I.; with jury panel annexed.
Kelmeston. A moiety of the manor (extent given with names of tenants), including 4a. meadow at Twyford, held of the bishopric of Winchester in chief, which is vacant and in the king's hands, service unspecified.
Eblesburne. 1 carucate land worth 100s. yearly, similarly held.
John his son, aged 18 at the Assumption, 10 Edw. I, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 32. (2.)
442.Henry de Erdinton.
Writ (missing).
Warwick.[Inq.] Saturday before St. Barnabas, 10 Edw. I. (defective).
Erdinton. [The manor] (extent given), held of Roger de Somery, doing three ... Doddele yearly.
Giles (his) son, age 10, is his next heir.
[Dorset.]Inq. (undated and defective).
Corfmolyn. The manor (extent given), sometime held by the said Henry of John de Burbo (sic), of the manor of Camel, of which it is a member; and Queen Eleanor now holds that manor of Camel by the demise ... whom John de Burgo enfeoffed thereof, with the fees pertaining thereto; and he held the said manor by service of 1 knight's fee.
Giles his son, aged 12, is his next heir.
Salop.Inq. (undated and defaced.)
Schaweburi. The manor (extent given) held of the king by service of finding one pioneer (muntorem) in time of war ... the king.
Giles, his son, aged 12, is his next heir.
(See No. 487).
C. Edw. I. File 32. (3.)
443.Peter de Besevile.
Writ (missing).
[Essex.][Extent] made at Chelm(sford), Saturday after Easter, 10 Edw. I. (defaced and defective.)
Springefeld. The manor, ... held ... in chief by service of 2 knights' fees of the honour of Peverell, viz.—a messuage ... 35a. land of the king in chief ; also of ... 1/6 knight's fee, 65a. land ; also of ... 13a. meadow; and of the fee of Moffichet ...; also 6l. 11s. 1d. rent of assize held of the king in chief ...; also a dovecote, pannage in the woods, a fishery and a broken watermill, &c.; also 40a. wood held of the king in chief and 4a. wood of the fee of Moffichet.
His two sisters, Sibyl, the wife of Robert Rombaud, and Joan, (both) aged 24, are his next heirs.
C. Edw. I. File 32. (4.)
444.Wentliana de Lascy, deceased.
Transcript of writ to S. bishop of Waterford, justiciary of Ireland, on the complaint of G. de Genevile and Maud (Matilda) his wife that Theobald de Verdun had deforced them from a moiety of the lands &c. which the said Wentliana held in dower in Balimacgarvi of the inheritance of the said Maud, 20 May, 10 Edw. I.
[Meath.]Inq. Friday before St. Luke, 10 Edw. I.
Ballimacgarvi. The lands, &c. which the said Wentliana held in dower were never parted between the heirs of Walter de Lascy, viz.—Margery late the wife of Sir John de Verdun and Maud the wife of the said G. de Geneville, but she held the whole demesne with the services of the free tenants assigned to her in dower, for her life, doing service of 20s. to Theobald de Verdun at Kenlis, whenever royal service should be summoned ; and after her death the bailiffs of the said Theobald, son and heir of the said Margery, took seisin as well of the demesne as of the lordship of the said tenement to the use of the said Theobald, and have so continued until now without the king's licence.
C. Edw. I. File 32. (5.)
445.Nicholas de Matfen.
Mandate from the escheator to his sub-escheator in co. Cumberland reciting writ dated 20 May, 10 Edw. I.
Northumberland.Inq. ... after Holy Trinity, 10 Edw. I. (defective and defaced.)
Westirmatfen. Two messuages ... 104a. arable, ... held of the king rendering 40s. yearly ; and he rendered ...
He held no tenement in England of others than of the king.
Elias his son, aged 28, is his heir.
C. Edw. I. File 32. (6.)
446.Roger de Mortuo Mari, the elder.
Writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 5 Nov. 10 Edw. I.
Gloucester.Inq. Saturday before St. Lucy, 11 Edw. I.
Aure. Land, rent and fishery worth 12l. yearly and a moiety of the advowson of the church, held of the inheritance of Maud his wife.
He held nothing in the county of his own inheritance.
Edmund his son, aged 30 and more, is his next heir.
[Gloucester.]Inq. Wednesday the feast of St. Catherine, 11 Edw. I.
Chorlton. 6 virgates land held of the inheritance of Maud his wife.
Chirinton. 6a. held of the marriage of the said Maud.
Hamtonet. 1 virgate land, tenure unspecified.
He held nothing of his own inheritance.
Heir as above, age unknown.
Endorsed:—This inquisition was taken within the liberty of the abbot of Cirenc[estre], where the sheriff has not ingress.
Writ to the sheriff of Somerset, 15 Nov. 10 Edw. I.
[Somerset.]Extent (undated).
Odecombe. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held of the inheritance of Maud his wife of the king in chief by service of two parts of 1 knight's fee.
Heir as above, aged 28 and more.
[Somerset.]Extent (undated).
Bruges Walteri. The castle, with a third part of the borough and 1 (?) carucate land (extent given) including 17s. rents and 17s. works from the villeins of Heygrave, 36a. arable in Notangre, 36a. arable in the marsh, and 39a. meadow in Rismore, held of the inheritance of Maud his wife of the king in chief, service unknown.
[Somerset.]Extent (undated).
Milverton. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held of the inheritance of Maud his wife of the king in chief by the service of two parts of ½ virgate land.
Writ to Robert Tibotot, justice of West Wales, 15 Nov. 10 Edw. I.
[Pembroke.]Inq. Friday after St. Nicholas, 11 Edw. I.
Nerberd. The lordship and foreign demesne. A commote called Wolfrey, and a Welsh town (extent given) of Welshry (unam villam Walensem de Walescheria) including 30s. rent of Moylhistoune, held of the king in chief and in lordship, by service that if the town or castle of Kermerdyn should be besieged by the king's enemies he should come with all his power in those parts to remove the king's enemies and (raise) the siege; and held of the inheritance of Maud his wife who is next heir of this land, and of full age. He held nothing of his own inheritance in these parts.
[Pembroke.]Inq. Friday after St. Nicholas, 11 Edw. I.
Nerberd. The lordship and internal (intrinseco) demesne of the English.
Nerberd, Robert's town, and Templar's town, country towns (ville campestre) (extent given), including 15s. rent from the land of Sottisdoune, held of the king in chief in demesne, by service at Kermerdyn with all his power (as above), of the inheritance of Maud his wife, who is next heir of this land and of full age.
He held nothing of his own inheritance in these parts.
[Carmarthen.]Inq. Saturday after St. Nicholas, 11 Edw. I.
St. Clare. The lordship and internal demesne. A third part of the town of the pourparty of the inheritance of Maud his wife, and another third part which was sometime of Sir Humphrey de Boun, father of the earl of Her[e]ford that now is (extent given), held of the king in chief in demesne, doing suit at the county (court) of Kermerdyn, and owing service to the king at Kermerdyn for his part of the town (as above). Maud his wife is next heir of the third part of the town which was of her inheritance, and Edmund his son of the other third part which was of Sir Humphrey de Boun, and was in the said Roger's hand by his own purchase, of the king's gift, and both are of full age.
He held nothing of his own inheritance in these parts.
[Carmarthen.]Inq. Saturday after St. Nicholas, 11 Edw. I.
St. Clare. The lordship and foreign demesne of the Welsh (de Walensibus). A third part of the commotes of Amgodde and Pelbiniock, of his own pourparty, and a third part which was sometime of the pourparty of Sir Humphrey de Bounne father of the earl of Her[e]ford that now is (extent given) held of the king in chief, doing suit at the county (court) of Kermerdyn for each part, and owing service to the king at Kermerdyn (as above). And he ought of right for each pourparty in war (time) to send 24 men and one horseman at each summons to the army at Kermerdyn ; and by the distraint of his bailiffs, and not of right, all his men with all their power came in the time of the late Sir Roger at each summons from each part at their own costs for three days and not more, so that they had three days' summons. Maud, his wife, is next heir of the pourparty which he held of her inheritance, and Edmund his son of the other pourparty which he had by his own purchase, of the king's gift, and both are of full age.
He held nothing of his own inheritance in these parts.
[Pembroke.]Inq. Thursday after St. Nicholas, 11 Edw. I.
Harford. The foreign and internal lordship. 2½ knights' fees, 1½ carucate and ½ bovate land (extent given), including 9s. 10½d. rent in St. Hysmael, 21s. 4d. rent in Pelkam, 6l. 10s. rent of burgesses of Harford, and 10s. pleas and perquisites of the hundred (court), held of the king in chief in demesne owing service at Kermerdyn (as above). Maud, his wife is next heir of this land, which he held of her inheritance, and of full age.
He held nothing thereof of his own inheritance.
Summary of the above extents of Harford, Nerberd and St. Clare. It cannot be ascertained whether Sir Roger held his part of St. Cler by barony or otherwise.
Writ to Master John de Saunford, escheator in Ireland, 5 Jan. 11 Edw. I.
Kildare.Extent made at the new town of Leys, Wednesday before St. Gregory the Pope, viz. 10 March, 11 Edw. I. (defaced.)
Dumasck (?) in the tenement of Leys. The manor and honor (extent given), including:—
The grange of Triuel. 14 cottars rendering 6s. yearly.
Maimolieth. 3½ carucates and 27a. land held by betagii, rendering 15l. 4s. 7d. yearly, and 1½ carucates and 17½a. and 1 stang of uncultivated land for 26s. 8d.
Ultra Triog. 2 carucates 13a. and 1½ stang of land similarly held for 8l. 2s. 10d.
O Duf's town. 2 carucates 53½(?)a. land similarly held for 4l. 10s. 10d.
Lands held by farmers:—
Dunmasck. 5 carucates 23a. and 1½ stang of land held for a term not expired by 36 farmers, rendering 22l. 11s. 3½d. yearly.
Ridcess (?) ... 37a. and 1 stang held for 31s. 0½d.
Karriclothan (?) 66½a. and 1 stang held for 60s. 6d.
Culcrithy (?) 2 carucates and 7a. land held for 8l. 4s. 8d.
Bonde (?) 21a. land held for 10s. 6d.
Rathenrr. 61a. and 1½ stang held for 54s. 6d.
Balilennegan. 74a. held for 49s. 4d.
Kancamgros (?) and Monig'. 111½a. held for 4l. 7s. 10½d.
Triuel. 46½a. and 1 stang, with the land which William Long holds there, held for 20s. 6½d.
Balisunlan (?) 16½a. held for 11s.
Nowal. 2 carucates and 56a. held for 14l. 5s. 6d.
Currath. 1 carucate 57a. and 1 stang held for 8l. 12s. 4d. (?)
Cluntyperleth. 2 carucates 15a. held for 7l. 7s. 4d. (?) Sum, 77l. 6s. 4d.
Free tenants:—
Balicollemon. 2 carucates land held by Sir Walter len Fant for 6s. 8d. and suit of court at Dunmasck.
Kyllin and Culferna (?) 5 carucates held by ... urenc' for 8l. yearly.
Cluntaperlett (?), held by Richard de Sancto Florenc' by 2d. yearly.
C ...molongan (?), held by the same, doing suit of court only.
Dif (?) .. eneg'. 2 carucates land held by Tankard Slan for 26s. 8d. yearly.
Dunmalo C ..., held by the heirs of John de Atthy for 5s. yearly, and suit of court;... held there by Walter de Tyw, for 3s. 4d. yearly without suit of court.
Reth (?) ... 6 carucates land held by Walter de Tyw by 8l. yearly and suit of court.
Bali (?) ... 4 carucates land held by Geoffrey de Appelbi for 14s. yearly, and suit of court.
Mayem (?) ... held by John son of Adam doing suit of court only.
G (?) ... 2 knights' fees held by Walter de Nefville doing suit of court only.
Clonkyn. ½ knight's fee held by Oliver son of Meiler doing suit of court only.
Offithwi. 1 knight's fee held by Patrick de Rupefort' doing suit of court only.
Sum, 18l. 15s. 10d.
Knights' services:—
Balikenan. ½ fee held by the heirs of Sir Walter de Tyw for ½ knight's service when royal service should be summoned, and suit of court.
Tristelderemot and Kilka. 4 knights' fees similarly held by Sir Walter de Ridelisford without suit of court.
Leys and Keysel in Offali. 4 knights' fees similarly held by the heirs of Maurice son of Gerald.
Allewyn. 1 fee similarly held by Walter len Fant.
Dunfyryd. ½ fee similarly held by Nicholas Gernown.
Landa de Reban. 2 fees similarly held by Robert de Sancto Michaele.
Penchoyt's town. ¼ fee similarly held by Henry de Penchoyt.
Burgages:—
The new town of Leys. 127 free burgages rendering 6l. 10s. 2d. yearly. Perquisites of the hundred 40s., &c.
Sum, 11l. 11s. 6d.
2 water mills, prisage of beer of Dunmasck, the warren, the serjeanty, and 40s. perquisites of court.
Sum, 13l. 16s.
Waste lands:—
Balisonelan. 39a. uncultivated land held by Robert de Eytun (?) for 26s. yearly.
Maymoliet. 200a. land worth 100s. in time of peace and now nothing, because of the war of the Irish.
Kariclothan (?) 1 carucate and 52a. worth 4l. 6s. in time of peace, and now nothing.
Le Nowal. 44½a. worth 22s. 3d. in time of peace.
Rathteffyn. 2½ carucates land ought to be held by Richard Coffyn for 75s. yearly in time of peace, and now nothing.
Carlow.Oboiy(?) in the town of Malorid (?) 12a. arable assigned to the honor of Dunmasck to the pourparty of Lady Maud (Matilde) and Mortuo Mari, which Roger Oteha (?) ... holds to farm for 10s. yearly.
Also 3s. 1d. yearly according to the pourparty of the land of Leinster (Lagenie) (assigned) to the manor of Dunmasck.
Kilkenny.Coyketle. 53 burgages assigned to the said pourparty rendering 53s. 8d. yearly, and 6s. ... hundred from the same burgages.
Geriponte in the same ... 9a. land with a ..., which David le Hetne (?) and Henry Airre (?) hold in fee for 7s. 6d., and it is assigned to the pourparty of the manor of Dunmasck.
Corbaly. 65½a. held by Adam (?) les Eschirunsur (?) of Kenles in Ossory, rendering 46s. 5d. to the manor of Dunmasck, according to the pourparty of Leinster assigned to the said manor.
All the above he held by reason of the hereditary right of Maud (Matildam) his wife of her pourparty assigned to her in Leinster, of the king in chief for 6 knights' services and two parts of 1 service when royal service should be summoned; but he held nothing in Ireland of his own inheritance.
There is no advowson of a church there.
C. Edw. 1. File 32. (7.)
447.William de Lyndeseye.
Writ 10 Nov. 10 Edw. I.
Westmoreland.Inq. Saturday after Epiphany, 11 Edw. I.
Gresmer. 13a. land in demesne, 4a. meadow, 15 tenants holding 133a. and 1 rood land, 11a. waste land, a free tenant holding 4a., 4 cottars, 71s. 8d. for herbage &c. in the forest, a fulling mill, a brewery, the advowson of a chapel, and a fishery.
Langeden. 15 tenants holding 136a. and 1 rood land, 6 tenants holding 28½a. waste land, 2 cottars, 50s. for herbage in the forest, a water mill, and a fishery called Routhemer.
All the aforesaid tenements render 5s. yearly for goldewethers alias goldewite.
Trutebek forest and another forest. Herbage, meadow, &c. worth 35l. 16s. 4d.
Appilthwayt. 54 farmers holding 510a. land and rendering 17l. 6s., and 124½a. waste land rendering nothing; 3 free tenants rendering 2s. 1½d., a brewery, a fishery, herbage and pannage.
Winandirmer. The manor is not extended because it takes back more to keep than it renders ; and there is the advowson of a chapel there.
Christiana, mother of the said William, was dowered of all the lands, &c. of Trutebek, Appilthwayt and Wynandirmer, but afterwards demised the said dower to the said William for life.
Skaurdal forest. Herbage and pannage worth 17l. 11s. 8d.
Le Liht and Crosthwayt. 31 tenants holding 268½a. land, and rendering 6l. 5s. 5½d. yearly, 33½a. waste land, free tenants rendering 3s., a cottar, a watermill rendering 100s., a brewery, pannage, and goldewiht.
Stirkeland ketel. A manor (extent given).
Kirkebykendal. A moiety held to farm by Roger de Croft for 4l., a mill rendering 26s. 8d. and a garden.
Brachlowh alias Brachlaw. 10a. land, which used to render 3s. 4d. but are now in the hand of the lord.
Helsington. 24a. rendering 13s. 4d.
Kent (river). A moiety of the fishery which used to render 53s., but is now in the hand of the lord.
Hoton in Laya. 13 tenants holding 252½a. land and rendering 8l. 6s. 4½d. yearly, 60a. waste land, 1a. meadow, 4 cottars, a mill rendering 46s., a brewery, and herbage and pannage in the forest and park worth 53s.
Free tenants:—
Preston, Hoton and Holm, held by Gilbert de Corwen.
Qwitewel and Godwinscales, held by Ralph de Berburn, rendering 2d. yearly.
Banandisdal. A moiety held by Roger de Lancastre, rendering 2s.
Sategill. A slate quarry held by Nicholas de Leyburn, rendering 1d.
Le Holmes, held by Roger the marshal, rendering 2d.
Qwinfel. A moiety held by Matthew de Redeman, rendering 8s. 2d.
Winstirthwaytes, held by Thomas le Leche, rendering 1lb. cummin.
Sleddal, held by the heirs of Roland de Renegill, rendering 1d.
Tyrehg', held by the same, rendering 1d.
Thirnby, held by Ralph de Haverington and Ralph de Patton, rendering 66s. 8d.
Sockebred, held by William de Stirkeland, rendering 2s. 6d.
Barton and Witherslak, held by Robert de Lancastre, rendering 1 sore sparrowhawk and 1d.
Berburn, held by Roger de Lasceles, rendering 30s. 8d., which is assigned to Philip the chaplain for life.
Middilton. Land held by Gilbert de Milneburn, rendering 4s. 4d.
Kirkebylon[sdale]. A fourth part held by Alan de Coupeland, rendering 12d.
Lupton, held by Mathew de Redman, rendering 6s. 8d.
Levenes and Selsate, held by the same.
Bethum, held by Robert de Bethum, rendering 48s. 8d.
Hotonruf, held by the heirs of Hotonruf, rendering 16s.
Stainton. A land held by Eda de Wodeacre, rendering 4d.
Heveresham, Grarig and Morlund, held by William de Windesouer, rendering 15s. 10d.
Little Langeden, held by Alan de Peniton.
(Unspecified.) 40a. waste land held by Ralph de Berburn, rendering 6d.
Christiana, mother of the said William, was dowered of all the above, but demised them to the said William for life.
The said William held all the above lands, &c. in Westmoreland and Lancaster, of ... in chief by service of 1¼ knight's fee.
Christiana his daughter, aged 16 at the Annunciation, 11 Edw. I., is his heir.
Writ de etate heredis, 24 April, 11 Edw. I.
Inq. Friday after St. Dunstan, 11 Edw. I.
Christiana, daughter and heir of Sir William de Lindesey, was aged 16 on the day of the Annunciation, 11 Edw. I.
C. Edw. I. File 32. (8.)