Yorkshire Fines
1486-99

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1887

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'Yorkshire Fines: 1486-99', Feet of Fines of the Tudor period [Yorks]: part 1: 1486-1571 (1887), pp. 1-14. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49619 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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YORKSHIRE FINES.

* One asterisk signifies that the fine should be searched for in the bundle of feet of fines known as "Cities and Towns."

** Where there are two asterisks the fine will be found in the bundle known as "Divers Counties."

1486—MICHAELMAS TERM, 2 HENRY VII. (fn. 1)
Plaintiffs. Deforciants. Nature and Situation of the Property.
* William Halomshire, vicar of the parish of Bugthorp, and William Dowene, chaplain Thomas Brompton and Ann his wife Messuage, &c., in the city of York.
** Henry Grey, kt., Robert Markeham, kt., Thomas Fitz William, kt., John Babyngton, kt., Geoffrey Symyon, clerk, William Skelton, clerk, Thomas Meryng, esq., John Fitz William, gent., and William Fendyke, chaplain Ralph Babthorp, esq., and Isabel his wife Manor of Drax.
Miles Willesthrop, esq. William Godfray and Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of John Stafford and Robert Nettelton and Elena his wife, for merly the wife of John Stafford Messuage with lands in Tolleston.
1486–7—HILARY TERM, 2 HENRY VII.
John Haldesworth John Bothom and Isabel his wife Messuage with lands in Norland.
Geo. Wandesford, clerk, and William Dowene, chaplain Richard Beilby and Isabel his wife, formerly wife Thomas Helperby, Robert Beilby and Margaret his wife, sister and heir of Thomas Helperby, and Johanna, another sister and heir of the said Thomas Manor of Kilwardeby, and 30 messuages with lands in Kilwardeby, Kayton, Scardeburgh, Whallesgrave, Middelton, and Goodmadam. William Chamberleyn, Thomas Chamberleyn his brother, and the right heirs of William Helberby have certain contingent rights to the same.
1487—MICHAELMAS TERM, 3 HENRY VII.
* Richard York, kt. Robert Wyman Messuage in the street called the Payment, in the parish of All Saints, in the city of York.
Nicholas Middelton, Thomas Middelton, and Robert Caluerley, chaplain Richard Ledes de Westweke and Christopher Ledes Messuage with lands in Weton near Harwood.
William Caluerley, Christopher Seyntpaule, and John Bradford John Webster, junior, and Alice his wife 2 messuages with lands in Burghwalles, Ouston, and Skellall.
Richard Manchestre & Katherine his wife Miles Willesthorp, esq., and Alianora his wife Messuage with lands in Caltonsuduby.
1487–8—HILARY TERM, 3 HENRY VII.
Humfrey Cotys Hugh Bakewell and Cecilia his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Rippas Manors of Louersale and Ughtebryge, and 12 messuages with lands in the same and in Doncaster and Heygherles.
1488—EASTER TERM 3 HENRY VII.
John Burton de Garford, clerk, Henry Watkyn, chaplain, and John Smyth, chaplain Thomas Fulthorp and Agnes his wife Manor of Bekhawe near Abyrford, and a messuage with lands in the same
1488—TRINITY TERM, 3 HENRY VII.
* Richard York, kt. William Sayles, goldsmith, and Margaret his wife 9 messuages with land in the city of York.
John Clerk, clerk, and Robert Hardgate, clerk Thomas Helughby de Helughby and Alice his wife, and John Fretwell Messuage with lands in Helughby, Newall, and Hotonleuet, which, after the decease of Thomas and Alice, remain to John Fretwell and Emme his wife, daughter of Thomas and Alice, and to their lawful issue, and failing such, to the right heirs of Thomas.
Thomas Louell, kt. James Nesfeld Manor of Broughton, and 20 messuages with lands in the same, in which Margaret Nesfeld, the widow of John Nesfeld, has a life interest.
1488—MICHAELMAS TERM, 4 HENRY VII.
Henry Watkyn, chaplain, and Nicholas Maubarn, chaplain Thomas Roos de Ingmanthorp, esq., and Matilda his wife, James Roos and Margaret his wife, and Miles Willesthorp de Willesthorp, and Alianora his wife Manors of Mykilcatall and Nordwykthornes, and 6 messuages with lands in the same.
Henry Watkyn, chaplain, and John Smyth, chaplain Thomas Smyth and Isabell his wife, Henry Sigeswyk and Margaret his wife, and John Man de Thorpunderwode, senr. 4 parts of a messuage with lands, into 5 parts divided, in Netherdonseford, held by John Man, senr., from the Monastery of Fountains Abbey, which after his death remains to John Man, junr., his son and heir, and should he die without lawful issue, to the right heirs of John Man, senr.
James Metcalf son of Miles Metcalf and Conan Metcalf, chaplain Michael Pynell and Alice his wife 14 messuages with lands in Osgodby, Barleby, Lownde in the parish of Hemyngburgh, Beverley, and Selby.
Richard Fournes and Richard Lyster, chaplain Richard Pek, senr., and Johanna his wife and Richard Pek, junr., and Alice his wife Manor of Shelf and a messuage with lands in Shelf.
Thomas Rokeby and William Rokeby, chaplain William Parke and Margaret his wife 3 messuages with lands, Kirksandall, Barneby upon Don, and Arkesey.
1488–9—HILARY TERM, 4 HENRY VII.
Thomas Fitz William, kt., Richard York, kt., and Robert Pole, chaplain Thomas Metcalf and Elizabeth his wife, and James Metcalf and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Sledmere and 26 messuages and a mill, with lands in Sledmere, Fymmer, Cromer and Towethorpe.
1489—TRINITY TERM, 4 HENRY VII.
Leonard Knight Thomas Hagthorp and Christiana his wife Land, the moiety of other lands and a certain fishery in the water of the Ouse &c., in Turnamhall in Clyff in the parish of Hemmyngburgh.
Robert Norton, chaplain, and Robert Wright, chaplain Robert Bank of Hertford, near Gillyng, and Johanna his wife, and John Norton, esq. Messuage with lands in Hertford, near Gillyng.
1489—MICHAELMAS TERM, 5 HENRY VII.
* John Dalton Thomas Belwood and Elena his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Christopher Wellys, and Giles Benson and Margaret his wife, another daughter and heir of Christopher Messuage in Kingston upon Hull.
Amerus Rukysby Alexander Rukysby and Edmond Mashborowe Messuage with lands in Doncaster and Tykell.
William Graystok Thomas Gryce and Ann his wife 3 messuages in Wakefeld.
1489–90—HILARY TERM, 5 HENRY VII.
** Edward Willughby, esq., and John Skyll William, Marquis of Berkeley Advowson and patronage of the Abbie of Byland and of the Priory of Neweborough, which, if the Marquis should die without issue, remains to the King and his male issue, and failing such to the lawful heirs of the Marquis.
Katherine Stele de Pountfret, wid., and William Burgon John Gascoigne de Burgwales, esq., and Mary his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Perci, kt., late Ld. Egremont. Land in Pountfret.
Ralph Amyas and Alice his wife John Shawe and Katherine his wife Messuage with lands in Cadeby and Byllyngley.
1490 (fn. 2) —MICHAELMAS TERM, 6 HENRY VII.
Thomas Kynworton Simon Hadyngton and Thomas Shynson 3 messuages and 2 mills with lands in Thorngumbald, Mekylkelk, and Ruston.
Robert Plumpton Ann Shypton one of the daughters and heirs of Miles Ecton, esq. 24 messuages and a mill with lands in Kyrkeburn upon the Wolds.
1490–1—HILARY TERM, 6 HENRY VII.
Guy Forster de Henson, Richard York, kt., Thomas Derwent watyr, and John Perkynson John Huntrodes, chaplain. 2 messuages with lands in Pykerynglyth.
Thomas Dyconson, chaplain, and Robert Plumpton Ann Shypton one of the daughters and heirs of Miles Etton, esq. 24 messuages and a mill with lands in Kyrkeburn on the Wolds.
George Syngleton Thomas Lassy and Beatrix his wife 2 messuages with lands in Rowall.
1491—EASTER TERM, 6 HENRY VII.
John Armstrong George Lorymer 6 messuages, &c., in Beu[er]ley.
John Ryppley, clerk, Thomas Symson, clerk, John Rudby, clerk, John Garnet, clerk, William Gillyng, chaplain, and Hugh Bauge, chaplain. Nicholas Gascoigne, esq., and Margaret his wife Manor of Naburn and 4 messuages with lands in Naburn.
Nicholas Sayuyle Richard Pek and Alice his wife 3 messuages with lands in Eland.
1491—MICHAELMAS TERM, 7 HENRY VII.
William Yorke, Richard Makblyth, Thomas Spicer, and Richard Garnet William Morsell and Katherine his wife Land in Patryngton in Holdernes, which after the death of Katherine remains to Johanna wife of Richard Yorke, kt., late the wife of John Whitfeld, and her lawful issue, failing such on her death to the issue of John Whitfeld, and should there be no such issue to the lawful heirs of John Dalton.
Thomas, Archbishop of York, Henry Carnebull, clerk, Thomas Fitz William, kt., Thomas Lokke, and John Swift Richard Sayuell de Blaby in co. Leycester, and Agnes his wife, Thomas Ellerton and William Ellerton his son 9 messuages and 4 shops with lands in Rotherham, Rawmersh, and Brynnesford.
Robert Baker de Ufflete John Hatefeld and Johanna his wife and Elizabeth Dalyson, wid. Messuage with lands in Adlyngflete.
1492—EASTER TERM, 7 HENRY VII.
* Richard York, kt. Thomas Warde, gent Messuage with lands in the city of York and in Acorn, and land in Moreby.
* William Seton, chaplain, and William Burgh, chaplain Nicholas Beuerley and Katherine his wife Messuage, &c., in the city of York.
Robert Cornwaleys and Thomas Channceler Edward Cornwaleys, esq., and Margaret his wife 14 messuages and 20 cottages with lands in Houke.
Thomas Metham, kt., and Robert Halenby Miles Willisthorp and Alianora his wife, and William Wryght and Isabel his wife 8 messuages with lands in Crauncewyk, Wetwang, and Fymmer.
William Best and Elena his wife Robert Stanley and Elena his wife Messuage in Bawetre.
Simon Middilton William Scarburgh and Alice his wife 4 messuages in Rypon.
1492—TRINITY TERM, 7 HENRY VII.
* James Strangways de Sneton, esq., and James Strangways de Ormesby his son William Mowebray de Eseby, esq., and Katherine his wife 30 messuages in the city of York, and in Clemynthorp near York.
Christopher Morysby, kt., and William Hudleston, esq. John Hudleston, kt., and Johanna his wife Manors of Goderston and Baynton.
James Strangways de Sneton, esq., and James Strangways de Ormesby his son William Mowebray and Katherine his wife Manors of Eseby and Foxton, and 16 messuages with lands in the same, and in Faceby, Carleton, Aton, Broughton, Newby, Langtoft, Heslerton, Thirno[..]m, Lowetherhyng, Newesom and Strensall
Nicholas Knyffton Robert Stanley and Elena his wife Messuage with land in Bawtre.
1492—MICHAELMAS TERM, 8 HENRY VII.
* Henry Watkyn, chaplain, and John Burton, chaplain Thomas Metham, kt., Thomas Metham, esq., his son, and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Metham, esq., and William Metham Manor of Thorparche (except 7 knights' fees in the same) together with the homages and services of Miles Willesthorp de Willesthorp, and John Norton de Billeburgh, and their heirs.
Richard Straytebarell, clerk, Robert Crosseby, chaplain, and Thomas Thornton Roger Thornton and Isabel his wife, and Robert Braythwayte and Johanna his wife The moiety of 2 messuages with lands in Fresynghawe, near Heton in Bradfortdale in the parish of Bradforth.
Richard York, kt., and Robert Pule John Kyddall and Elena his wife, and John Mundson 3 messuages in Donnyngton.
John Scrope, kt., and Henry Scrope his son and heir Thomas Shirley and Alice his wife The moiety of a messuage with lands in Steynton.
1492–3—HILARY TERM, 8 HENRY VII.
* Richard Beuerley de Kyngston upon Hull, merchant Edward Pylkington de Yokefleet and Alianora his wife 3 messuages in Kyngston upon Hull.
Laurence Herryson, clerk, Peter Symson, clerk, William Cleueland, clerk, and John Lounnesdale, clerk Thomas Wandesford and Margaret his wife Messuage with lands in Huntyngton in the Forest of Galtres.
Alan Jepson Thomas Lyster and Elizabeth his wife 2 messuages with lands in Wakefeld.
1493—EASTER TERM, 8 HENRY VII.
* Marion Kent, widow Seth Snawsell, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Land in Bysshopthorp.
Robert White and Agnes his wife William Jakelyn son and heir of John Jakelyn 2 messuages with land in Beu[er]laco.
1493—TRINITY TERM, 8 HENRY VII.
John Bradford Robert Newesom and Margaret his wife 2 messuages with lands in Ouston, Skellowe, and Burghwales.
John Sayuell, kt., and Richard Atkerode William Watson next of kin and heir of Thomas Hiperon[..] Messuage with lands in Folkerthorpe, Bubwith, and Aghton, which Margaret Hiperon[..], widow of John Hiperon[..], holds during her life, by the demise of Henry and John Sotehill.
1493—MICHAELMAS TERM, 9 HENRY VII.
** Seth Snawsell, esq., and Elizabeth his wife, and William Snawsell the father of Seth Thomas Dayuell, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Salley near Ripon, and 33 messuages with lands in the same and in Ouerstodley, Great Stodley and Ripon, and 8 messuages with lands in Bysshopthorpe.
Nicholas Gascoigne, esq. Nicholas Tomlynson and Elizabeth Tomlynson 2 messuages with lands in Kirkgarforth, West Garforth, and Garforth Morehous.
Thomas Huntyngdon Roger Wombwell, esq., and Katherine his wife Messuage with land in Pountfret.
William Greybarne, clerk, and Richard Lille John Lawson and Alice his wife 2 messuages with lands in Brynsforthe.
Ralph Bygod, kt. Thomas Pekeryng late of Seteryngton, gent. Messuage, &c., and half a bovate of land in New Malton and Sutton near Malton.
Robert White and Agnes his wife William Jakelyn son and heir of John Jakelyn and Johanna his wife and John Wharffe 2 messuages with land in Buerlaco.
1493–4—HILARY TERM, 9 HENRY VII.
* John Gille Giles Benson and Margaret his wife 3 messuages, &c., in Kyngeston upon Hull.
Thomas Bramowe, clerk, and Wm. Shawe, chaplain Richard Grene and Katherine his wife Manors of Ruddestane, Bempton, and Hastethorp, and 14 messuages with lands in the same, and in Bukton and Shyrburn, in Hertfordlyth.
1494—EASTER TERM, 9 HENRY VII.
* Edmund Steuenson Robert Whitefeld Messuage in Kyngston upon Hull
* John Watterton, kt., William Fairfox, Thomas Fairfox son of Guy Fairfox, kt., and Richard Fairfox, chaplain Thomas Roos de Ingmanthorp, esq., and Matilda his wife, and James Roos and Margaret his wife Manor of Steton and 4 messuages with lands in Steton.
John Bramowe, clerk, and William Shawe, chaplain Richard Grene and Katherine his wife Lands in Rudstane, Bempton, Hastethorpe, and Shyrburn in Hertforthlith.
William Fairfax son of Guy Fairfax, kt. Thomas Fairfax and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Southolme in Rydall and 3 messuages with lands in the same.
1494—TRINITY TERM, 9 HENRY VII.
John Storke, William Curle, Angelus Donne, William Holbek, and William Esyngton John Mapilton and Margaret his wife 10 messuages with lands in Mapilton, Northooldon, Withornwyk, Marton, Waldnewton, Humandly, Ryghton, Flaynburgh, and Flyxton.
William Holme de Tikhill, yoman Geoffrey Birkes and Constancia his wife Manor of Stansall and a messuage with lands in Stansall, Wellyngley, Wadworth, Wilsik, Tikhyll, and Hesley.
1494—MICHAELMAS TERM, 10 HENRY VII.
* John Sayuyle, kt., William Oglesthorpe, esq., and John Elys of York, marchant Thomas Warde and Agnes his wife, and John Warde Messuage in the city of York.
Humphrey Segiswyk Richard Laton and Johanna his wife Manor of West Laton and 2 messuages with lands in the same.
John Sayuyle, kt. John Sayuyle de Holynege 2 messuages with lands in Kyghley.
1495—EASTER TERM, 10 HENRY VII.
Thomas Metham, kt., and Isabel his wife William Barnhill and Emma his wife Manor of Barnhill.
Brian Batty and Alice his wife John Arthyngton, esq., and Johanna his wife 2 messuages, &c., in Ripon.
1495—TRINITY TERM, 10 HENRY VII.
Thomas Smithes Thomas Sclater and Elizabeth his wife 2 messuages with lands in Aldeburgh.
Peter Bumsted Thomas Shirley, Alice his wife, and William Rilleston 21s rent in Hoton
Thomas Spence George Conyers, and Isabel his wife Messuage with land in Houton.
1495—MICHAELMAS TERM, 11 HENRY VII.
Robert Benet and Richard Benet his son William Garton and Elizabeth his wife 2 messuages with land in Great Dryffeld.
Roger Legh Laurence Loste Messuage with land in Rothewell.
John Dunham, junr., and Johanna his wife John Dunham, senr., and Elizabeth his wife Mill with lands in Wildethorp, Barmeburgh, Harlyngton, Mansthorp, and Bolton upon Dern, and the manors of Wildethorp, Barmeburgh, and Harlyngton, except 80 acres of plantation in these manors.
Robert White and Agnes his wife Edward Wharf Land in Mollescroft.
1495–6—HILARY TERM, 11 HENRY VII.
John Vauasour and William Bell Robert Hyllyard, kt., Peter Hyllyard, esq., John Sauell, kt., Thomas Fitz William, kt., and Thomas Wortley, kt. Manor of Welbroke and a mill and 3 messuages with lands in Trumpflete, Mosse, Fenwyk, Norton, and Smeton.
1496—EASTER TERM, 11 HENRY VII.
Brian Bradford and Thomas Ospryng Richard Byllyngley and Katherine his wife Messuage with lands in Derfeld and Billyngley.
Robert Frost, clerk, John Assheton, clerk, and Robert Skelton, clerk Brian Bradford Messuage with lands in Stanley.
1496—MICHAELMAS TERM, 12 HENRY VII.
John Vauasour Nicholas Knyston, junr.,esq., and Nicholas Curson and Mary his wife Messuage with lands in Adwyke.
Alexander Lever Roger Lever and Johanna his wife, daughter and heir of John Lyndeley 2 messuages with lands in Staynlond, Rastryk, and Fyxby.
John Chaloner, Jo Yonge, and Robert Fraunkeleyn Agnes who was the wife of Robert Pudsey, widow Manor of Hawekeswyke and 41 messuages, 2 mills with lands, and the moiety of the third part of the manor of Hertlyngton, with everything appertaining thereunto in Hertlyngton, Hawekeswyke, Oulcotes, Arneclyff, Hameleth, Kirkeby Malhom, Skypton, Broughton in Craven, Apultrewyk, Burnsall, Thorp, and Angromhouse.
1496–7—HILARY TERM, 12 HENRY VII.
Roger Hopton, esq. William Malet 4 messuages with lands in Pounfret, Preston Jakelyn, Whitewode, and Aiketon.
Robert Constable, serjeant at law, Marmaduke Constable, kt., Ralph Bygod, kt., John Constable, clerk, Humphrey Sigiswyk, and Perciuall Lambton Thomas Louell, kt. Manor of Broughton, near Malton, and 4 messuages with lands in the same.
1497—EASTER TERM, 12 HENRY VII.
Richard Goldysburgh, esq. Thomas Fulbarne and Alice his wife Messuage with land in Goldysburgh.
Richard Langfelowe Thomas Popeley and Elizabeth his wife 3 messuages with land in Otteley, Farneley, and Newall, near Otteley.
1498—EASTER TERM, 13 HENRY VII.
Richard Godson, clerk Thomas Wandsford and Margaret his wife 3 messuages with lands in Huntyngton, near York.
1498—TRINITY TERM, 13 HENRY VII.
Thomas Welburn Richard Power and Johanna his wife and John Rukby 4 messuages with lands in Ouerhoton.
1498—MICHAELMAS TERM, 14 HENRY VII.
Thomas Hagthorp Edward Pilkyngton and Alianora his wife Manor of Yukflete and 11 messuages and a mill with lands in Yukflete, Warwyk, Belasyse, Houeden, Balkhome, Lokyngton, Wymondthorpe, Scardeburgh, Whallesgrave, Beuerley, and Thorp, near Houedon.
Richard Turton, senr. William Fryston and Agnes his wife Messuage with lands in Wakefeld, Alluerthorpe, and Stanley.
Anthony Shortus, Wm. Bullock, Alexander Matheweson, clerk, and William Shawe, chaplain Thomas Multon and Dionisia his wife 3 messuages with land in Crakall in the parish of Topcliff, and Dalton in the same parish.
John Vauasor, junr. Nicholas Cursun and Mary his wife Messuage with lands in Hathewyke.
William Calverley, kt., and Nicholas Calverley, clerk William Paget and Agnes his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of John Ley, late of Pudsey, and Thomas Symson and Johanna his wife, another of the daughters and heirs of John Ley 3 messuages with lands in Pudsey.
Alan Caterall, esq. Thurstan Hall, esq., and Elizabeth his wife Manor of Rauthmell and 5 marks rent in Rauthmell.
Robert Constable, serjeant at law, Ralph Rokeby, Perciuall Lambton, and Ralph Barnyngham Humphrey Sigiswike 2 messuages with lands in Walburn.
1498–9—HILARY TERM, 14 HENRY VII.
John Gillyot and Matilda his wife Thomas Brompton, gent., and Ann his wife Messuage with lands in Zapeham and Meltynby.
Roger Legh, esq. Robert Bryg and Alice his wife 5 messuages with lands in Rothwell, Carlton, and Olton.
1499—EASTER TERM, 14 HENRY VII.
William Cokke, clerk, Robert Constable, serjeant at law, Thomas Alderson, chaplain, and John Chewe, chaplain Leo Pershay and Katherine his wife Messuage with lands in Beuerley.
1499—TRINITY TERM, 14 HENRY VII.
* Thomas Jameson Thomas Fynche and Lora his wife 2 messuages in the city of York.
Edmond Slyngesby, Thomas Knaresburgh, Thomas Coghill, junr., and John Chelrey, junr. John Turpyn and Alice his wife, and Thomas Turpyn his son, and Alice Bentley and Margaret Bentley, daughters of Robert Bentley Messuage with lands in Killingall a portion of which, on the death of John and Alice, remains to Thomas Turpyn and his lawful issue, and failing such to Robert his brother and his lawful issue, and failing such to the right heirs of John Turpyn. The remainder to be held to Thomas Turpyn and Margaret Bentley and their lawful issue, and failing such to Robert the brother of Thomas and his lawful issue, and failing such to the right heirs of John and Alice.
James Haton, chaplain, and Robert Clargenet Robert Raughton, clerk 7 messuages with lands in Lakenby, Kirkelethum, Uplethum, Maltby, and Thorp, near Kylton.
1499—MICHAELMAS TERM, 15 HENRY VII.
Richard Bothe de Beu[er]laco William Caluerd de Beu[er]laco and Margaret his wife 7 messuages with lands in Roclyff.
Robert Constable, serjeant at law, Thomas Alderson, chaplain, John Chewe, chaplain, and Richard Sprotley, chaplain Leo Pershay, esq., and Katherine his wife Messuage with lands in Beu[er]laco.

Footnotes

1 There is no record of any property in this county having been passed by fine during the first year of Henry VII.
2 This term was obtained from the De Banco Rolls.


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