Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 34

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'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 34', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 2: Edward I (1906), pp. 276-284. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=108106 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward I, File 34

464.Hugh son of Otho alias Otto.
Writ (missing.)
Suffolk.Extent, Wednesday after the close of Easter, 11 Edw. I.
Mendlesham. The manor (extent given) held, excepting a mill and 4a. land for which 18s. yearly are paid to divers lords, of Sir Roger de Leukanore, rendering to him 1d. by a fine made in the king's court, and doing for him and his heirs service of 1 knight to Patrick de Chaworth, one of the heirs of William Bruere.
Joan his daughter, aged 1 year within the quinzaine of St. Michael next, is his next heir.
Essex.Extent, Tuesday before Whitsunday, 11 Edw. I.
Chickenhale. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of a chapel situate near the manor, held of Robert Dyve, by the said Hugh and Edward his son and the heirs of the said Edward, rendering yearly to the said Robert and his heirs a clove gillyflower, and doing the services due to the chief lords of the fee, with reversion, if the said Edward should die without heir of his body, to the said Robert and his heirs after the death of the said Hugh, and this by fine made in the king's court.
Plecheden. A tenement held of the said manor by the prior of Dunmawe, rendering 10s. for scutage when it shall happen.
(Unspecified.) 1/8 knight's fee held by William Gorel of the said manor.
High Estre. A tenement held by Hykeman (?), Gobiun (?) and William Haldein, owing 3s. for scutage.
The said Hugh died seised of the said manor of Chikenhale and it ought to revert to the said Robert de Dyve.
Essex.Extent, 14 April, 11 Edw. I.
Steple. The manor (extent given) held by purchase of Sir Amory (Aymerico) Peche in chief by service of ¼ knight's fee; a marsh held of John Cantelupo, rendering 3½ marks yearly; 40a. arable, and 40a. marsh held of Roger le Taylur by service of a clove gillyflower ; 30a. arable held of Robert de Berners, service unspecified; 5a. land held of Alice ate Pette by service of a clove gillyflower; and 3a. land held of Saer the smith (fabro) by service of a rose. Basilia, sometime the wife of Roger de Jarpenvile, ought to receive in dower for life 2 marks from 100a. land and 9s. rent sometime bought from the said Roger her husband; and the prior of Stanesgate ought to receive 12d. yearly for 5a. land bought of Alice ate Pette.
_ his daughter, aged ½ year at Palm Sunday, 11 Edw. I., is his next heir.
Writ to the escheator to send in the Inquisitions made by him without delay, 30 June, 11 Edw. I.
Mandate to H. de Kend[al] and W. de Odiham to command the escheator to cause Robert Dive to have seisin of the manor of Chikenhale saving the right of anyone, 9 July.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (1.)
465.John de Burdelays alias de Bordeleys.
Writ, 3 April, 11 Edw. I.
[Norfolk.]Extent, the morrow of the close of Easter, 11 Edw. I.
Skulton. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by a serjeanty of the king's larder.
Geoffrey his son, aged 21 at Whitsunday, 10 Edw. I., is his next heir.
[Cambridge.]Extent, Sunday after Mid Lent, 11 Edw. I.
Maddynglegh. The manor (extent given) held of Sir Gilbert Pecche by service of 1 knight's fee; and 10s. yearly are due to the abbess of Chaterysse for 18a. land held of her.
Rampton. The manor is held by Sir Robert de Insula of the manor of Maddynglegh by knight's service.
Cumberton. 10l. land are held of the said manor, tenure unspecified.
Cotenham. 100s. land are similarly held.
Heir as above.
[Bedford.]Extent, Monday the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 11 Edw. I.
Stacheden. The manor (extent given) held of the abbot of Wardon, Sir William de Monchensi and the prior of Neuham; 330a. arable held of the said abbot and Sir William, and of Alexander Buzun and William Mordaunt; 16a. meadow held of the said abbot and of Robert Gimis; a pasture worth 15s. yearly, and 15a. wood held of the said abbot; 24s. 5¼d. rent of assize &c.; rendering to the said lords 5s. 5½d. yearly, and feeding and clothing three poor people for ever, whose food is worth 39s. yearly with clothing and shoeing.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (2.)
466.Hugh son of John de Wyndelsor alias de Wyndesor.
Writ, 18 July, 11 Edw. I.
Dorset.Inq. Monday the morrow of the Assumption, 11 Edw. I. (defective and defaced.)
Brode Wyndesor. The manor (extent given). He held nothing of the king in chief, but John de Wyndesor his father who still lives, [held this manor] of the king in chief by service of pesage of the exchequer, and by rendering to the king yearly in the name of serjeanty ... 4l. 9s.; which John demised the said manor to the said Hugh his son ... [Hugh] with the consent of the said John his father espoused a wife and begat on her Alice, who was aged 1 on Sunday ... last, and is his next heir.
Writ of plenius certiorari, and of livery to Robert Strode of the manor of Wyndesor which had been taken into the king's hand, so that he shall answer for the issues, if they ought to pertain to the king. 18 March, 12 Edw. I.
Dorset.Inq. Wednesday after the Ascension, 12 Edw. I.
Wyndesor. John de Wyndesor had no son or daughter of full age after the confirmation made by King Henry the king's father to Hugh de Northovere of the manor of Wyndesor, which the said John had demised to him and to his heirs until the full age of the heirs of the said John; but he had a son named John, his eldest, who died aged 12, and another named Hugh who died aged 18. The said John sometime had granted to the said Hugh de Northovere the said manor with the marriage and wardship of his said son John and other his heirs, by letters patent confirmed by the said king; but with the consent of the said Hugh he enfeoffed the said John his son of the said manor by charter (transcript given), to him and to his heirs, saving to the said Hugh the said wardship. Afterwards the said Hugh sold his estate in the said wardship to Sir Ralph de Albiniaco, and the said John died seised in his demesne as of fee, and the said Hugh son of John was his heir; and after the death of the said John the feoffee, the said Ralph sold the estate which he had in the wardship to the abbot of Ford, and he to Martin de Roches, and he to the said John de Wyndesor the father of John the feoffee, who demised the same with the wardship and marriage of the said Hugh his son, brother and heir of John son of John, to Master Robert de Strode; and the said John the father delivered to the said Hugh his son the said manor as his hereditary right through the death of his brother; and afterwards the said Hugh son of John espoused Juliana, niece of the said Master Robert, who now survives, and begot of her a daughter and heir Alice, who was 2 years of age in the beginning of Lent last. The said Master Robert claims nothing in the manor except wardship.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (3.)
467.Hugh de Turri alias de Turs.
Writ, 2 Oct. 11 Edw. I.
Southampton.Inq. Thursday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 12 Edw. I.
Menestok. A free tenant rendering 8s. 4d. yearly, 5 villeins and 8 cottars rendering 41s. 6d., pasture worth 2s., a custom called 'hokyngsilver' worth 12d. yearly, &c., held of the king in chief for his homage, for King Henry gave the said tenement to Henry de Turs, brother of the said Hugh, which Geoffrey Peverel sometime held of the lands of the Normans, until he should restore the same to the right heirs of the Norman by the king's will, doing the service due.
He died on Friday before St. Michael, 11 Edw. [I].
Thomas his son, aged 26 at the feast of the Purification, 12 Edw. [I], is his next heir.
Somerset.Inq. Sunday after St. Nicholas, 12 Edw. I.
Ivetone. 4 virgates land and a water-mill, held of Walter de la Lynde by service of 1lb. pepper and 10½d. yearly.
Heir as above, aged 24.
Mandate to J. de Langeton to make a writ of seisin to the said Thomas de la Tur, who has done homage to the king for his father's lands, the 7th of the Kalends of May.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (4.)
468.Richard Attenok alias Atthenok; and John le Ferron alias de Ferrun, le Ferrun.
Writ, 30 March, 11 Edw. I. Inq. (missing.)
Writ, 5 April, 11 Edw. I. Inq. (missing.)
Writ of plenius certiorari, on the petition of Eva late the wife of Nicholas Tregoz, who now holds the manor of Topingeho, member of the manor of Blunteshale, which Geoffrey Tregos held of King Henry by knight's service, showing that the said Geoffrey after the death of Robert Filleol, who held the manor of Topingho of him by knight's service, seized the same into his hand as wardship, and because he did waste in the woods of the manor, which is within the bounds of the forest of Essex, the king took the same into his hand and committed it to Queen Eleanor, who afterwards gave that wardship and marriage to Richard de Ewell, deceased, who made divers alienations to the disherison of the said Eva and of the heirs. 30 Aug. 11 Edw. 1.
[Essex.]Inq. Sunday the morrow of St. Edmund the king, 12 Edw. I.
Thoppinghoe. John de Ferrun held nothing of the king in chief in demesne as of fee on the day he died, but one Baldwin Filiol who held the manor of Thoppinghoe of one Nicholas Tregos, lord of Bluntishal, by service of ¼ knight's fee, demised the manor to the said John le Ferrun and Margery his wife for 25 years, within which term the same John and Margery purchased 60a. land in the said manor of the demesnes of the said Baldwin, to them and their heirs; afterwards the said John died, and the said Margery remaining in seisin of the said 60a. as of fee, and of the residue of the manor for the term of years, married one Richard Atthenok, and they held the same for a long time; and afterwards the said Richard so wrought with the said Margery that they jointly rendered to the said Baldwin the said 60a., of which the same Baldwin had previously enfeoffed the said John le Ferrun and Margery, on condition that he should enfeoff the said Richard of other 60a. land of the demesnes of the same manor. And thus the said Baldwin enfeoffed the same Richard and his heirs only, and the other 60a. previously obtained by the said John le Ferrun and Margery he assigned to the said Richard and Margery until the end of the term of years aforesaid. And afterwards the said Baldwin fell ill and the said Richard procured that the same Baldwin, being helpless in his bed and non compos mentis, changed the said term of years to a term of the life of either of the said Richard and Margery, and delivered them seisin by a glove, such as he then could do, for he died three days after; and the said Richard and Margery held the manor thus until the death of the said Richard during the said term of years. Thus Richard Atthenoke was seised in his demesne as of fee of 60a. land only in Thoppinghoe, and held them of the heirs of the said Baldwin by service of a pair of white gloves price 1½d., and by doing to the chief lords of the fee 4s. yearly.
Hugh, son of the said Richard, is his next heir, and of full age.
The residue of the manor is held of Eva late the wife of John Tregos, who holds the manor of Bluntishal by service of ¼ knight's fee, and who ought to have the wardship of the manor of Thoppinghoe by reason of the minority of Thomas son and heir of the said Baldwin, who is aged 14 years.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (5.)
469.John de Halowe alias de Haudlo.
Writ, 25 Oct. 11 Edw. I.
Kent.Extent, Friday before St. Edmund the King and Martyr, 11 Edw. I.
Strete. The manor (extent given), including a messuage at Corundale and an aldermanry (alremariam) in the city of Canterbury called the aldermanry of Redegate, held of the king in chief together with lands &c. which Lady Cecily sometime the wife of Sir Nicholas de Haudlo now holds in dower, and with lands &c. which Sir Salomon de Roff[a] holds for life of the gift of the said John de Haudlo, by service of 2 knights' fees, whereof James de Wylmynton holds one fee at Wylmynton.
The said Sir Salomon de Roff[a] holds for life of the said John 122½a. land, whereof 18a. are of free fee, for which he owes 16s. yearly at the king's exchequer.
Lady Cecily, mother of the said John, holds 141½a. land in dower, and 47s. 2d. rent of assize, services &c.
John his son, aged 12 at Easter last, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File. 34. (6.)
470.Thomas Pippard alias Pipard, Pipart.
Writ, 1 Oct. 11 Edw. I.
Buckingham.Extent (undated).
Wengrave. 1 knight's fee held of the earl of Cornwall of the honour of Walingford, which fee Margery late the wife of Edmund Pippard, elder brother of the said Thomas, holds in dower, excepting 61s. 8d. rent which the same Thomas held in fee ; and 12s. rent which were of Thomas Deyvile his tenant, by reason of an alienation made by the said Thomas Deivile.
He had two sons ; William the firstborn, aged 5, is his next heir.
[Suffolk.]Extent, Thursday the feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 11 Edw. I.
Hintlesham. The manor (extent given) including a toft where the king's hall was sometime situate, held of the king in chief by serjeanty of a sore sparrowhawk or 2s. at the king's exchequer.
He has an heir male, name unknown, aged 5.
Devon.Extent, Tuesday after St. Lucy, 12 Edw. I.
Cherleton. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of Sir Peter Corbet, and it was sometime given in free marriage.
William his son, aged 5 on the feast of the Annunciation (next), is his heir and in the custody of his mother.
Devon.Extent, Tuesday after St. Lucy, 12 Edw. I.
Langedon. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of James de Bowleye, who is in the wardship of the earl of Cornwall, by service of ½ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (7.)
471.John le Marscal alias le Mareschale.
Writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, escheator there, 4 Dec. 11 Edw. I.
Lincoln.Inq. (undated.)
Messingham. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held of Sir John Marmyon for 4s. yearly. The wife of David son of Griffin holds a third part of the manor in dower.
William his son, aged 5 at the feast of St. Michael, 10 Edw. I, is his next heir.
Lincoln.Inq. (undated.)
Aslacby. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by knight's service, and it is of the barony of Ry.
Douesby. 109s. 4d. rent of free tenants, and 38s. of villeins, held of Peter de Goucel by service of a pair of white gloves.
Aslacby. A wood called Alisaundres Wode held of the said Peter, service unspecified ; and another wood called Jungfrith held of Ralph de Sancto Laudo by free service of 12d. yearly.
Heir as above, aged 5½.
Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, escheator there, 5 Dec. 11 Edw. I.
Norfolk.Extent (undated).
Hokeringe. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief as head manor of the barony of Ry, to which pertain the manors of Buxston and Suanton, by service of rendering yearly, for the guard of the castle of Norwich as is contained in the extent of Buxston, viz.—115s. 6½d. yearly for the three manors and barony.
Mateshale, Little Beru and Northtodeham. Homage with the advowsons of the churches Mateshale and Little Beru, and a moiety of the advowson of the church of Northtodeham, 10l. 13s. 3d. rent of assize, works of customary tenants &c. worth 75s. 1d., pasture, a windmill worth 40s., and pleas, perquisites and tallage worth 9l., held of the bishop of Ely by service of 2½ knights' fees.
Heir as above, aged 5 on the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in the Autumn, 10 Edw. I.
Many knights' fees in divers counties pertain to the barony of Ry.Endorsed:—The lady ought to be dowered of 116l. 19s. 8d. viz.—of the manor of Swanton and Banham, and of Messingeham, co. Lincoln, and of 10 marks rent in Duseby in the same county; and of the advowsons of the churches of Swanton (and) Binetre, co. Norfolk, and Colton, co. Stafford.
Norfolk.Extent (undated).
Buxston. The manor (extent given) including 60a. arable at Kinesthorp meadow at Milneholm, and customs called 'maltsilver,' 'saltsilver,' 'bretsilver,' &c., held of the king in chief of the barony of Rye by service of 1 mark for the guard of the castle of Norwich every six weeks, and 15s. 'waytefe.'
Heir as above.
Norfolk.Extent (undated).
Suanton. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, including 92a. arable and a meadow in Worthing, and turbary in Esterhawe, held of the king in chief, and it is a member of the barony of Rye.
Heir as above.
Norfolk.Extent (undated).
Banham. The manor (extent given) held of the earl of Gloucester in chief by service of ⅓ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Norfolk.Extent (undated).
Folesham. The manor (extent given), with the advowsons of the churches of Folsham and Binetre, held of the earl of Gloucester in chief by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Norfolk.Extent, Sunday after the Circumcision, 11 Edward I.
Hengham. The manor (extent given) with the advowson of the church, and a hundred called Foreho pertaining to the manor, held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Writ to the sheriff of Stafford, escheator there, 30 Jan. 11 Edw. I.
Stafford.Extent, Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 11 Edw. I.
Colton. The advowson of the church of St. Mary, held of Henry de Colton and John Griffin without service; and 11s. 5¼d. rent, and not more because Elizabeth the wife of David son of Griffin held the residue in dower before the said John's death, and it is now in the king's hand, 4d. from the herbage of the wood of Wyldesdel, and a wood held in common with John de Wasteneys.
Heir as above.
Writ to the sheriff of Bedford, escheator there, 30 Jan. 11 Edw. I.
Bedford.Inq. Tuesday after the Annunciation, 11 Edw. I.
Stodham. 1 lb. pepper rent from the prior of Dunestaple, 21d. from William ate Hide, and 2s. 7d. from Thomas de Torveie.
Writ of certiorari de feodis to the sheriff of Rutland, 10 March, 11 Edw. I.
Rutland.Inq. Sunday before the Annunciation, 11 Edw. I.
Seyton. 10l. land held by Geoffrey de Beufou and Thomas his brother by service of ½ knight's fee, and it is of the barony of Rye.
Similar writ to the sheriff of Bedford, 11 March, 11 Edw. I.
Bedford.Inq. Tuesday after the Annunciation, 11 Edw. I.
Stodham, with its appurtenances, viz.—Bareworth, co. Hertford and Bottlesford, co. Leicester. 2 knights' fees held by Walter de Botelesford by service of scutage, viz.—40s. for the shield &c. except that there ought to be allowed him as much as pertains to 5 virgates land.
Norfolk and Suffolk.Inq. (undated.)
Knights' fees pertaining to the manor of Hokeringe, which is the head manor of the barony of Ry.
[Norfolk.]Aldeby. The manor, held by William Rocelin for 1 fee.
Reydon, Morlee, Whiclewode, Crungelthorp and Bereford. Tenements held by Robert de Morlee for 3 fees.
Wrtham, Elingham, Crungelthorp, Tunestalle, Depham and Morlee. (Tenements) held by Gerard de Wachesham for 4¼ fees.
Harcham, held by Warin de Hereford for 1 fee.
Sniterton and Shorpham. (Tenements) held by Richard de Sniterton for ½ fee.
Depham and Hakeford. (Tenements) held by Robert de Bakunesthorp for ½ fee ; and (tenements) held by William de Blunville for ½ fee.
Suanton. (A tenement) held by the heirs of Henry Turnecurt for 1/6 fee.
Bregham Neweton and Bregham. (Tenements) held by William de Kerdeston for ½ fee.
Hevingham and thereabout. 33 tenants held by the heirs of Roger Guet for ½ fee.
Sloleye, Lammesse, Scothowe and Esttudenham. (Tenements) held by Reginald le Gros for 1 fee.
Drayton, Skerninge, Bereford, Fransham and Dunham. (Tenements) held by Godfrey de Beumund for 4 fees.
Northtudenham. (A tenement) held by Robert de Mundevile for ½ fee.
Molkeberton, Brundale and Wrokesham. (Tenements) held by Robert son of Roger for 3 fees.
Possewik and Lechesham. (Tenements) held by William de Valence for 2 fees.
Suffolk.Chedestane, Eston and Giselingham. (Tenements) held by Roger Bigod earl of Norfolk for 3½ fees.
[Norfolk.]Thelveton. The manor, held by Geoffrey de Eschalers of the fee of the bishop of Ely for 1 fee, and it pertains to the tenure of Sir John le Mareschal in Mateshale.
To the manor of Hockering (Hok') pertain many other fees in other divers counties, which cannot at present be enquired into.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (8.)
472.John de Ingoldesthorp, alias de Ingaldesthorp.
Writ to the sheriff of Norfolk, escheator there, 24 Feb. 11 Edw. I.
[Norfolk.]Inq. (undated and defaced.)
Estreynham. A messuage, 202¼a. arable, 20a. meadow, 29s. rents of free tenants, 67s. (?) rents &c. of villeins, a windmill, and the advowson of the church, the whole worth 14l. 11s. 10d., whereof Ela late the wife of Thomas de Ingaldesthorp holds in dower to the value of 57s. 3d.
Ilsyngton. 199¼a. land, 6l. rent &c., and the advowson of the church of Northcleynchwarton at each alternate vacancy, the whole worth 15l. 3s. 9d., whereof the said Ela holds in dower to the value of 4l. 10s. 11¼d.
All the above held of the king in chief by service of 1 knight's fee, 10s. for the guard of the castle of Dover, and suit at the court of Haele.
Tylneye. A messuage, 300a. land, a windmill, and 12l. rent &c., held of the prior of Lewes rendering 20 marks and 15d. yearly; and a marsh, worth 30s. 6d. yearly, held of the bishop of Ely and Sir William de Thiryngton, rendering 21s. 6d. yearly; of which tenements the said Ela holds in dower to the value of 7l. 7s. 6d.
Wynebotesham. The manor and the advowson of the church, held of the fee of the earl of Warrenne (Com' Warennie) by ¼ knight's fee, and doing suit at his court of Chastelacre.
Ingaldesthorp. The manor in Ingaldesthorp and Snetesham (extent given) including 40a. marsh in Snetesham and 120a. marsh in Wotton (?), whereof the said Ela holds a fourth part in dower, tenure unspecified.
Thomas his son, aged 22 on the day of Epiphany, 11 Edw. I, is his next heir.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (9.)
473.Thomas de Halghton alias de Haleston, de Halughton.
Writ to the sheriff of Salop, escheator there, 25 Nov. 11 Edw. I.
Stafford.Inq. Sunday before Epiphany, 11 Edw. I.
Offileg' and Schelbedon alias Chelbedon. The manor (extent given), including a fishery, fishpond and 'baye,' worth 50s. yearly, held of Sir Nicholas, baron of Stafford, for 1 knight's fee.
Knystele. The manor is held by Sir Robert de Knysteleg' for ¼ knight's fee of the said Sir Thomas, rendering 1lb. cummin yearly.
Tunstal and la Lee. The hamlet (extent given) held of the bishop of Chester for ¼ knight's fee ; and 30a. of royal land held of the said bishop by socage, rendering 3s. yearly.
Hulle. The hamlet (extent given) held of Sir Robert de Knysteleg' by knight's service, rendering 5s. yearly.
Robert his son, aged 18 at the feast of St. James next, is his next heir, and his marriage pertains to Sir Nicholas, baron of Stafford.
Writ of certiorari to the sheriff of Salop and Stafford, escheator there, to enquire how the manor of Clebury North was held, &c., 30 Dec. 11 Edw. I.
Salop.Inq. Monday the eve of the Purification, 11 Edw. I.
Wythinton, held of John son of Alan by service of ½ knight's fee, viz.—finding one esquire with a barded horse at Oswestry (Album Monasterium) for forty days, and there are free tenants rendering 21s. yearly, villeins rendering 4l. 8d., and pleas &c. worth 10s., and Agnes de Halughton mother of the said Thomas holds the residue of the town in dower.
Longenholre, viz.—a capital messuage with gardens, 2 carucates land, and meadow worth 13s. 4d., held of Roesia Doyly for 12d. rent yearly.
Clebury North. A moiety (extent given), with the advowson of the church, held of the master of the Knights of the Temple in England, of the honour of the castle of Helegod by service of ¼ knight's fee.
Heir as above.
Writ to the sheriff of Stafford to send in the inquisition he has made, without delay, 20 Jan. 11 Edw. I.
C. Edw. I. File 34. (10.)