Feet of Fines
Henry III (1218-45)

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Major-General Hon. George Wrottesley (editor)

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1883

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218-237

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'Feet of Fines: Henry III (1218-45)', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 4 (1883), pp. 218-237. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52397 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Official Number.Date.Complainant.Tenant or Deforciant.Subject of Fine, and Result.
1Westminster, 20th May, 1218.Robert de SwinnertonWilliam, Prior of KenilleworthAdvowson of the Church of Swinnerton. The Prior acknowledged the advowson to be the right of Robert, and the said Robert granted to the Church and Canons of Stanes two marks of silver to be received annually by the said Canons from the Parson of the Church of Swinnerton, and this agreement was made with the assent of William, Bishop of Coventry.
2Westminster, 13th October, 1218.Milisent de StaffordHugh de la RudinggesFourteen acres of land in Wotton. Milisent acknowledged the land to be the right of Hugh, to be held by Hugh and his heirs, of Milisent and her heirs for 42d. yearly.
3Westminster, 6th May, 1218.Nicholas, son of Hagene (by Terric his brother put in his place).Alan de CumberfordTen virgates of land in Cumberford and Cestrefeud. Nicholas remits all claim, for which Alan gives him 6 marks of silver.
4Westminster, 13th October, 1218.Melisant de StaffordWilliam, son of MatthewEight acres of land in Wotton. William and his heirs to hold the land of Milisent and her heirs for 27d. yearly.
5Westminster, 13th October, 1218.Melisant de StaffordPeter de HanleThree acres of land in Wotton. Peter and his heirs to hold the land of Melisant and her heirs for 9d. yearly.
6Westminster, 13th October, 1218.Melisant de StaffordRalph de HintesTwelve acres of land in Bradele. Ralph and his heirs to hold the land of Melisant and her heirs, together with the other land he holds of the said Melisant of the gift of Robert de Stafford, for the service of a sparrow-hawk annually.
7Westminster, 13th October, 1218.Melisant de StaffordAdam le WarnerEleven acres of land in Bradele. Adam and his heirs to hold the land of Melisant and her heirs for 22d. yearly.
8Westminster, 13th October, 1218.Melisant de StaffordRobert, son of MatthewTen acres of land in Wotton. Robert and his heirs to hold the land of Melisant and her heirs for 12d. yearly.
9Westminster, 13th October, 1218.Swein, son of Adam and Geva his wife.Sampson, son of HenryA messuage in Lichfield, claimed by Geva as dower. Swein and Geva remitted all claim, for which Sampson gave them 16s.
10Westminster, 1st July, 1219.Henry de AldithelegThomas de Albomonasterio (Oswestry) and Margery his wife.Two carucates of land in Bradenhop and Mixne. Henry and his heirs to hold the land of Thomas and Margery and the heirs of Margery for a pair of white gloves annually. (Endorsed, "William de Harecurt for himself and his wife put in his claim to the land, which ought to descend to the heirs of his wife after the death of Margery, the mother of the wife of the said Thomas.")
(fn. 1) 1Warwick, 14th January, 1222.Henry de BirminghamWilliam de BirminghamTwo hides of land in Morf. Henry and his heirs to hold a moiety of William and his heirs for the service of one-fourth of a Knight's fee, and William grants that out of the first heritage which may fall to him or his heirs, he and his heirs shall make an exchange of equal value to the land which the said William retained for himself. Henry and his heirs to perform the service of half a Knight's fee for the whole.
2Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.Walter, son of GeoffreyThomas de DorlavestonAn acre of meadow in Bradele; and between the said Walter and Robert del Ho, tenant of half a hide of land in the same vill. Thomas and Robert acknowledge the land to be the right of Walter, and Walter grants a mark of silver to Thomas for the acre of meadow; and the said Walter grants all the said land to Robert, to be held of him and his heirs by Robert and his heirs for half a mark yearly.
3Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.Walter, son of John de Capella.William, son of HughTwo acres of land in Lichefeld. William and his heirs to hold the land of Walter and his heirs for 6d. and a pound of cumin yearly.
4Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.Ralph, son of RalphAlexander the Priest (Presbyter)Half a virgate of land in Wiggeton. Alexander and his assignee, and heirs of his assignee, to hold it of Ralph for a term of twenty years from the last Feast of St. Michael, for 38d. yearly.
5Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.Matilda, the widow of Geoffrey Wittinger.Richard le SeinterA messuage in Lichfield, claimed as dower by Matilda. Matilda remits her claim, for which Richard gave her 2 marks.
6Warwick, 14th January, 1222.William de ParlesRichard fitz William, (called to warranty by Prior of Sandwell).Ten acres of land in Sandwell. William remits all claim, for which Richard gave him 100s.
7Salop, 12th November, 1221Magister William de Manecestre, Canon of Lichfield.Nicholas, Clerk del Estowe (Stowe).A messuage in Lichefeld. Nicholas acknowledged the messuage to be the free alms pertaining to the Prebend of the said Magister William, and for which Magister William granted he might hold it for his life, rendering 4d. yearly.
8Salop, 12th November, 1221.Magister Ralph de Maidestan, Canon of Lichfield.William, son of Hugh and Mabilla his wife.Sixteen acres of land in Lichefeld. William and Mabilla acknowledged the land to be the free alms pertaining to the Prebend of the said Magister Ralph of Lichfield; and Magister Ralph granted it to William and Mabilla for the life of both, rendering 18d. yearly.
9Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.Adam de ShradecoteMilisent de StaffordA carucate of land in Shradecote. Milisent acknowledged the land to be the right of Adam and his heirs, as that which the said Adam had of the gift of Robert de Stafford, who had given the land to Godwin de la Mote, grandfather of Adam, and the custody of the sergeanty of the wood of Bradeleia, which is called La Le, and the custody of the wood of Littlewud, and the custody of the sergeanty of the whole warren of the said Milisent, rendering to Milisent and her heirs, at Christmas, twelve hens, and at Easter one hundred and sixty eggs, and at St. Martin one swine, for all service, custom, and exaction.
10Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Avice and Benigna, daughters of Nicholas.John de ActonTwo virgates of land in Brocton. John grants to Avice and Benigna one virgate and the capital messuage, to be held by them and their heirs of John and his heirs for 4d. annually; and for this concession Avice and Benigna remit all claim to the other virgate. Bella, the mother of Avice and Benigna, to hold for her life one-third of the virgate of land, in the name of dower.
11Lichfield, 13th October, 1221.Walter HoseNorman PantolfA rent of 41s. in Mukleston, Wunington, Akel, and Knicton. Norman grants to Walter a rent of 4s. from the tenement held by Benedict de Bromleg in Wunington, to be held by Walter and his heirs of Norman and his heirs, and for this concession Walter remits all claim to the rest of the rent.
12Lichfield, 13th October, 1221.Richard, son of Adam de OnneAdam, son of NicholasA third part of a carucate of land in Onne. Richard remits all claim, for which Adam gave him 2½ marks of silver.
13Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Roger Gin and Alice his wifeAgnes Bagot of Brumschulf (Bramshall).Three bovates of land in Strangricheshall (Stramshall). Roger and Alice remit all claim, for which Agnes gave them 1 mark of silver.
14Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Osbert the Smith (Fabrum)Adam de NorthicoteThree parts of a virgate of land in Northicote. Osbert remits all claim, for which Adam gave him 2 marks of silver.
15Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Thomas de StauntonRalph, son of Simon (by William his brother put in his place).A bovate of land in Staunton. Thomas remitted all claim, for which Ralph gave him 10l. sterling.
16Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.John de ActonWilliam, son of Thomas de Brocton.Two virgates of land in Brocton. William and his heirs to hold the land of John and his heirs, together with the other land William first held of John, for 4d. yearly for all services except forinsec service.
17Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Philip de Erdington and Alice his wife.Thomas Antecrist and Matilda his wife.A messuage in Lichfield. Philip and Alice remit all claim, for which Thomas and Matilda gave them 2 marks of silver. (Endorsed, "and Richard, son of Geoffrey de Witinton, put in his claim.")
18Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Robert, son of Elias, and Philomena his wife.Hugh, son of GilbertFour bovates of land in Fotesbroc (Forsbrook). Hugh acknowledged the land to be the right of Philomena, and for this acknowledgment Robert and Philomena granted the land to him, to be held by him and his heirs of Robert and Philomena and the heirs of Philomena, for 2s. yearly, for all service except forinsec service.
19Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.John Fitz PhilipPhilip de LutelegaA hide of land in Lutteleg. John remitted all claim, for which Philip gave him 5 marks of silver.
20Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Roger de GraiPhilip, Prior of St. Thomas the Martyr, of Stafford.A carucate and four virgates of land in Frotheswell. Roger remits all claim, for which the Prior gave him 30s.
21Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Robert de BeccoMagister Robert de GloucesterEight bovates of land in Fuleford. Robert remits all claim, for which Magister Robert gave him 4 marks of silver.
22Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.William Cotel and Alice his wife, and Thomas de Gaham and Christiana his wife.Sibilla, widow of Robert, son of Ketell.Two messuages and three parts of a messuage in Lichefeld. Sibilla acknowledged the messuages to be the right of Alice and Christiana, and for this acknowledgment William and Alice and Thomas and Christiana granted one messuage and the three parts of a messuage to Sibilla for her life, rendering 6d. yearly.
23Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.Thomas and Robert, sons of Hagene de Cumberford.William de Glascot and Margery his wife, Walter, son of Hugh and Agnes his wife, and Margery, daughter of Simon.Thirty acres of land in Tameworth. Thomas and Robert remit all claim, for which William and the other deforciants gave them 1 mark of silver.
24Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.Robert, son of RalphWilliam del FenA messuage and half an acre of land in Bradeford. Robert remits all claim, for which William gave him 20s.
25Lichfield, 29th October, 1221.William, son of Thomas and Alice his wife.Thomas de la BruereHalf a virgate of land in Upton, and two bovates of land in the same vill. Thomas acknowledged the land to be the right of Alice, and William and Alice granted the land to him and his heirs to be held of them and their heirs for 4s. yearly.
11Westminster, 5th June, 1222.Henry, son of VincentRoger de BidulfA moiety of the manor of Bidulf. Henry and his heirs to hold it of Roger and his heirs for 7s. annually, and to acquit the said moiety of all services due to the chief lords of the fee.
12Westminster, 17th April, 1222.Walter de BradeleWilliam de SumerySixteen acres of wood in Bradele. Walter and his heirs to hold eight acres of the wood, viz., those which lie between Bradele and Bilestone, of William and his heirs, for 6d. annually, for which Walter gave William 6 marks of silver, and quit-claimed to William and his heirs all his right in the remainder of the wood.
13Westminster, 12th June, 1222.Ralph, Earl of ChesterIsolda, widow of Richard de Suthbiri.A fifth part of two Knights' fees in Certele (Chartley). Isolda remits her claim, for which the Earl gave her 4 marks of silver.
14Westminster, 12th June, 1222.Ralph, Earl of ChesterWilliam de Wascoille and Matilda his wife.A fifth part of two Knights' fees in Certele (Chartley). William and Matilda remit their claim, for which the Earl gave them 100s.
15Westminster, 5th June, 1222.Elias ShiretWilliam de Ferrars, Earl of Derby, called to warranty by Geoffrey Silvein.A virgate of land in Yoxhale. Ely remitted all claim, for which the Earl gave him 1 mark of silver.
16Westminster, 12th November, 1223.Ralph, Earl of ChesterWilliam, Prior of Keneillewurthe.Advowson of the moiety of the Church of Stokes. The Prior acknowledged the moiety to be the right of the Earl, for which the Earl gave the Prior two virgates of land in Sheperugge, to be held by the Prior and his successors free from all secular services.
17Westminster, 12th November, 1223.William de WroteslegaLuke de ButterdonA service of 30½d. owing for half a bovate of land in Butterdon. Luke acknowledged a service of 26d. annually, and will find every year a man for the chase of William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, and his heirs, in the forest of Crudcote.
18Westminster, 8th July, 1224.Geva, widow of Richard fitz William.Stephen de Barre and Felicia his wife, called to warranty by Alan de Overton and Matilda his wife.A third part of a carucate of land in Wamburn (Wombourne) claimed by Geva as dower. Stephen and Felicia acknowledged the claim, for which Geva granted the land to Stephen and Felicia for the lifetime of Geva, rendering yearly 1 mark of silver.
19Westminster, 13th October, 1225.Robert PurcelEly, Dean of PencrizAdvowson of the Chapel of Sharneshull. Robert Purcel remits all claim.
20Westminster, 13th October, 1225.Ralph, Earl of ChesterWarin de Upton and Hawise his wife.A fifth part of two Knights' fees in Certeleg (Charteley). Warin and Hawise remit all claim, for which the Earl gave them 35 marks of silver.
Fines of Mixed and unknown Counties (Staffordshire and Essex).Westminster, 1st July, 1222.Ralph, Earl of ChesterHenry de Alneto and Idonea his wife.A fifth part of two Knights' fees in Certeleg (Chartley). Henry and Idonea remit all claim, for which the Earl gave them 50s. of rent from land in Bukebroc.
21Westminster, 25th April, 1227.Hasculf GernetRobert de AcoureSix bovates of land in Stratton. Hasculf remits all claim, for which Robert gave him 12 marks of silver.
22Westminster, 20th January, 1230.John de ParlesWilliam, Prior of SandewellAdvowson of the Church of Hunesworth. The Prior remits all claim, for which John gave the Prior and Church of Sandewell a messuage in Birmingham.
26Lichfield, 21st November, 1227.Richard de DraycoteWilliam de CheteltonEight bovates of land in Cuneshale. Richard and his heirs to hold the land of William and his heirs for 14s. yearly; and Richard not to do suit at the Court of William from fifteen days to fifteen days in future, unless the King's writ shall be in his Court, or robbers to be tried.
27Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.John, son of AlanWilliam de Kileby and Sarra his wife.Five acres in Blithebiri. John remitted and quit-claimed to William and Sarra and heirs of Sarra all his claim, for which they gave him half a mark of silver.
28Lichfield, 3rd November, 1227.John, son of RogerRobert de GrendonTen acres in Barre. John remits all claim, for which Robert gave him 20s.
29Lichfield, 18th November, 1227.John, son of SwaneNicholas, son of Hamon, John, son of Dicheman, Richard de Langenoure, and Muriel, widow of Osbert Knave.A messuage and fourteen acres of land in Langenoure. John remits all claim, for which Nicholas and the others gave him a mark of silver.
30Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.Hugh, son of Walter and Margery his wife.Adam le LordOne-fourth of a virgate of land in Brocton. Adam and his heirs to hold the land of Hugh and Margery and the heirs of Margery for 1d. yearly, for all service except forinsec service.
31Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.John fitz PhilipThomas Costentin and Isabella his wife.Four virgates of land in Burton. John and his heirs to hold the land of Thomas and Isabella and the heirs of Isabella for 6d. yearly.
32Lichfield, 21st November, 1227.Alexander, Bishop of Coventry.Richard le MestreA virgate of land in Gaidon. Richard to hold the land for his life of the Bishop and his successors for 6s. yearly.
33Lichfield, 3rd November, 1227.Nicholas, Prior of TutteburyLuke de ButerdonEight acres of land and half a mill in Thurleston. Luke remitted all claim, for which the Prior gave him 5 marks of silver.
34Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.Agnes, widow of Robert Cobyn.Roger de WaureOne-third part of a virgate of land in Jonestune, claimed by Agnes as dower. Agnes remits all claim, for which Roger gave her 10s. sterling.
35Lichfield, 3rd November, 1227.Agnes, daughter of Peter de Rixton.Hugh le DespencerTwo bovates of land in Rixton (Rushton-Spencer). Agnes remits all claim, for which Hugh gave her 30s. sterling.
36Lichfield, 3rd November, 1227.William de MortoneAdam CocusSix acres of land in Marsintone (Marchington). William remits all claim, for which Adam gave 20s. sterling.
37Lichfield, 3rd November, 1227.Hugh, son of JohnPhilip, Prior of St. Thomas of Stafford.A virgate of land in Weston. The Prior and Church of St. Thomas to hold the land of Hugh and his heirs for 6d. yearly.
38Lichfield, 21st November, 1227.Hugh de LondoneRobert le Taillur and Alice his wife.A messuage in Stafford. Hugh remits all claim, for which Robert and Alice gave him 20s.
39Lichfield, 21st November, 1227.Felina DuredentRobert del WalTwenty acres of land and a rent of 5s. in Stowe. Robert and his heirs to hold the land of Felina and his heirs for a pair of gloves yearly or ½d.
40Lichfield, 18th November, 1227.John, son of Nicholas (de Brocton).John de Actone, called to warranty by Nicholas de Acton.A virgate of land in Brocton. John de Acton grants to John, son of Nicholas, and his heirs half the land lying towards Aquilone, excepting the capital messuage, to be held of John de Acton and his heirs, together with a virgate of land which Robert de Brocton and Avice his wife, and Benigna, sister of Avice, held, and which land Robert, Avice, and Benigna rendered to John, son of Nicholas, in the same Court; rendering 3d. yearly for the whole.
41Lichfield, 18th November, 1227.Robert, son of MargeryJohn de ParlesA virgate of land in Huneswurthe. Robert and his heirs to hold the land of John and his heirs for the service of a pair of gilt spurs or 6d. yearly for all service except forinsec service.
42Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.Adam de WylbrichtonHenry de WyvelestuneEight acres of wood in Beffecote. Adam remits all claim, for which Henry gave him 2½ marks of silver.
43Lichfield, 18th November, 1227.Robert, son of WilliamRobert de OxeleiaA virgate of land in Russale (Rushall). Robert de Oxley and his heirs to hold the land of Robert, son of William, and his heirs for a pair of gloves or 1d. yearly.
44Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.William, son of JohnThomas, son of ThomasTwo bovates of land in Marchintone. William remits all claim, for which Thomas gave him a mark of silver.
45Lichfield, 18th November, 1227.Thomas de HamstudeJohn de Parles, called to warranty by Ralph de Blacwell.Two acres of land in Huneswurth. Thomas and his heirs to hold the land of John and his heirs, together with two other acres, rendering yearly 4d.
46Lichfield, 3rd November, 1227.Thomas de UptoneJohn de HayaEighteen acres of land and a messuage in Lastes. John grants to Thomas seven acres to be held by him and his heirs of the chief lords of the fee, for which Thomas remits and quitclaims to John and his heirs the remainder of the land and the messuage.
47Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.Richard, Abbot of HalesWarin, son of William and Hawise his wife.Forty acres of land in Abbelench. Warin and Hawise grant the land to the Abbot and his successors, to be held in free alms of Warin and Hawise and the heirs of Hawise. (Probably a Worcestershire Fine.)
48Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.William de DustonWalter Coyngne, called to warranty by Thomas Coyngne.A service of 8s. from six bovates of land in Hulme. Walter acknowledged the service to be the right of William, and for which William acknowledged sixteen acres of land in Hulme to be the right of Thomas, as pertaining to the said six bovates of land, to be held by Thomas and his heirs of Walter and his heirs by the aforesaid service of 8s. yearly.
49Lichfield, 18th November, 1227.William DrengRobert Luvel, Nicholas de Olregate and Beatrice his wife.Two acres in Tamewurth. William remits all claim, for which Robert, Nicholas, and Beatrice gave him half a mark of silver.
50Lichfield, 3rd November, 1227.Geoffrey le Mercer and Emma his wife.Robert le Tanur and Alice his wife.Half a messuage in Alveton. Geoffrey and Emma remit their claim, for which Robert and Alice grant them another half messuage in the same vill.
51Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.Richard de PuteoRobert de PuteoThirty acres of land in Rugeleg. Robert remits his claim, for which Richard grants to him and his heirs five virgates of land in Stoctun and in Diwik in the county of Warwick.
52Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.Nicholas, Prior of TuttesbiriRobert, son of RobertEight acres of land in Thornhull. Robert remits his claim, for which the Prior grants to him and his heirs twenty-two acres in Thornbiri, to be held of the Priory for 5s. 6d. yearly.
Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.William PantulfRobert de WudecoteCommon of pasture in the wood of Hales. William grants to Robert and his heirs common of herbage in his manor of Hales, and husbote and haybote within certain bounds specified, and the said William and his heirs shall have common of pasture through the whole manor of Wudecote for all kind of cattle after the hay and corn shall be carried.
54Stafford, 7th June, 1230.Elias de StanesRobert de WistoneHalf a virgate of land in Aldeton. Ely and his heirs to hold the land of Robert and his heirs for 23d. yearly.
72Lichfield, 27th November, 1227.Henry de AldidelegHervey de StaffordManor of Horton. Henry and his heirs to hold the manor of Hervey de Stafford and his heirs for 10s. yearly, for which Henry gave to Hervey all the land he had in Norton under Kevermund, viz., ten librates of land, to hold in demesne, which Henry formerly held of Robert de Mere, and Robert of Hervey de Stafford; and Henry remitted all claim for scutage, &c., from Robert de Mere for the said tenement, and Henry gave to Hervey 50 marks.
73Stafford (in curia Regis), 16th June, 1229.Adam, son of RichardRalph, son of RichardThirty acres in Kyngesley. Adam and his heirs to hold the land of Ralph and his heirs for 5s. yearly.
125Lichfield, 12th November, 1227.Robert de WuttoneWilliam BelenestA virgate of land in Offelegh. Robert remits all claim, for which William gave him 20s.
23Westminister, 3rd February, 1230.Sarra, widow of Reginald de Pus.Richard de PusA third part of thirty acres of land in Rugelegh, claimed as dower. Sarah remits her claim, for which Richard grants her a rent of 7s. 8d. yearly for her life.
24Westminster, 9th February, 1230.Adam de Shradicote (by Stephen his son put in his place).Hervey de Stafford (called to warranty by Robert de Shradicote).The moiety of half a carucate of land in Shradicote. And between the same Adam, complainant, and the same Hervey, defendant (called to warranty by Richard de Shradicote), concerning the other moiety of half a carucate of land in Shradicote; and between the same Adam and Hervey de Stafford, concerning the custody of the Sergeanty of the wood of Bradeleg, which is called la Lee, and the custody of the Sergeanty of the wood of Litlewude. Adam remits all his claim to the above, which Hervey warrants to Robert and Richard for ever, and Hervey grants to Adam a certain part of the wood of Bradeleg, &c.
25Westminster, 13th October, 1231.Laurence, Abbot of BurtonRalph de WychmereThree bovates of land in Wychmere, and two bovates of land in Stratton, and five acres in Sydehalk. Ralph to hold the land for his lifetime of the Abbot and Church of Burton for 15s. yearly.
Mixed and unknown Counties.Nottingham, 30th September, 1231.Ralph Basset (of Sapcote) and Milisant his wife.Robert de ChaucumbeTwo carucates of land in Scrulby. Robert acknowledged the land to be the maritagium of Milisant of his gift, and if Robert has any other heirs than Milisant and Amabilla, the wife of Gilbert de Segrave, then Robert shall give to Ralph and Milisant fifteen librates of land in Chaucumbe in exchange for the two carcuates. The manor of Dauby to remain to Gilbert and Amabilla, as the maritagium of Amabilla. After the death of Robert the manor of Chaucumb, and half the manor of Aspele with the capital messuage and the aisnecia of Amabilla to remain to Gilbert and Amabilla and heirs of Amabilla as the purparty of the inheritance of Robert; and the manor of Dauby and land of Scrulby to remain to Ralph and Milisant and heirs of Milisant as her purparty of the same. Any other lands which may fall to Robert to be equally divided between the coparceners. The fine is marked Northampton, Leicestershire, Lincoln, and Warwickshire.
N.B.—Another fine shows Robert de Chaucumbe was dead 23 H. III., leaving a wife Juliana.
26Westminster, 20th January, 1233.Henry, Prior of KenilleworthRobert, son of RogerAdvowson of the Church of Melewyz. Robert remits all claim.
27Westminster, 1st July, 1233.Andrew BlundHenry de WyverestonCustoms and services owing for a freehold in Beffecote. Henry acknowledged a service of 9s., and Andrew remits all arrears of the same, and accepted the homage of Henry for the said tenement.
28Westminster, 21st May, 1234.Walter, Abbot of CrokesdonWilliam de Aldithelegh and Clemence his wife.Forty acres in Museden. William and Clemence remit all claim, for which the Abbot gave them 2 marks of silver.
74Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.Robert de SwynnertonRobert EynulfPlea of nativity. Robert de Swynnerton acknowledged Robert Eynulf to be a freemen, for which Robert gave him a mark of silver.
75Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Magister Lawrence de Aloythele.Adam de la BureA curtilage in Erleg. Lawrence remits all claim.
76Lichfield, 23rd July, 1236.Robert de WhytindonJohn de Chavernesse (Chaunes).Six acres in Whytinden. John grants to Robert a moiety of the land; Robert to render for it, and for a virgate of land which Robert formerly held in the same vill, 12d. yearly.
77Lichfield, 22nd July, 1236.Roger de SumervilleRobert de CrokeshaleSix acres of land in Aldrewas. Robert and his heirs to hold the land of Roger and his heirs for 4s. yearly.
78Lichfield, 8th July, 1236.Nicholas de LynulRichard, son of Henry, and William, son of Sweyn.Forty-three acres of land in Lynul (Linehill). Richard and William grant to Nicholas and his heirs one acre of land, and Nicholas remits his claim to the remainder.
79Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Matilda, widow of William le Gardener.Roger de FenesheyA bovate of land in Bromlegh. Roger remits all claim, for which Matilda gives him four acres of land in the same vill.
80Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Walter de Cubelesdon and Hawyse his wife, Gilbert la More and Isolda his wife.Peter, son of DavidTwo bovates of land in Cokeneche. Walter, Hawyse, Gilbert, and Isolda, and the heirs of Hawyse and Isolda, to hold the land of Peter for 27d. and ½ lb. of cumin yearly.
81Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Robert de EsingtonMargery de OnneHalf a virgate of land in Onne; and between the same Robert and the same Margaret, called to warranty by Thomas de Onne, tenant of a bovate of land in the same vill; and between the same Robert and Margaret, called to warranty by John de Onne, tenant of a bovate of land in the same vill. Robert remits all claim, for which Margaret gave him 20s.
82Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Robert, son of RobertPeter, son of GeoffreyFour bovates of land in Chetelton. Peter remits all claim, for which Robert gave him 3½ marks of silver.
83Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.William de PultonRobert BagotHusbote and haybote in the wood of Hildulveston. Robert acknowledged the right of William to a third of his estovers in the said wood of Robert, sufficient for burning, enclosing, and building, by view and livery of the foresters of the said Robert.
84Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Clement, son of HerbertRobert, Abbot of CombermereAn annual rent of twenty-six bushels of wheat, and a robe of the value of 6s., from land in Neweton. Clement remits his claim, for which the Abbot gave him 20s. sterling.
85Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Robert de la WardeRichard, son of Alice, and Reginald his brother.The nativity of the said Richard and Reginald. Robert acknowledged they were freemen, for which Richard and Reginald gave him a mark of silver.
86Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.Alice, widow of John CrockOsbert, son of WilliamA third part of nine virgates of land in Bradecampeden, and the third part of a carucate of land in Hudintone; and between the same Alice and the same Osbert, called to warranty by Hugh de Nesmeynil, and who warranted to him one-third of a hide of land in Bradecampeden, and which Alice claimed in dower. Osbert granted to Alice six virgates of land to hold for life in the name of dower, for which Alice remitted her claim to the remainder.
87Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Geoffrey de YldintreAmabel, Prioress of BrewudeA carucate of land in la Redewall. Geoffrey remits all claim, for which the Prioress gave him 5 marks of silver.
88Lichfield, 23rd July, 1236.Henry, son of RogerRobert de WethalesNine acres of land in Wethales. Henry remits all claim, for which Robert gave him 40s.
89Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.William de la MoreWalter, son of Hervey and Benigna his wife.Half a virgate of land in Langerugge. William quit-claims to Walter and Benigna, and the heirs of Benigna, for which they gave him half a mark.
90Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.Robert PutrelWilliam, son of RobertNativity of the said William. Robert acknowledged William to be a freeman, for which William gave him 20s.
91Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.Adam de la MoreRobert de EsingtonTwenty-four acres, and half a virgate of land in Esington. Adam remits his claim, for which Robert gave him 4 marks of silver.
92Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.Robert de SwynnertonHenry le WyldeThe nativity of the said Henry. Robert admitted that Henry was a freeman, for which Henry gave him 10s. sterling.
93Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Henry, son of William de Buttertone.Robert, son of SwaneA bovate of land in Butterton. Henry remitted his claim, for which Robert gave him 3s. sterling.
94Lichfield, 25th July, 1236.Adam, son of RichardRichard, son of Morice and Hawyse his wife.Four bovates of land in Shaghe. Adam and his heirs to hold the land of Richard and Hawyse and the heirs of Hawyse for 7s. yearly.
95Lichfield, 25th July, 1236.John de Wullaveston and William, son of Richard.Robert de Mere, Thomas the Chaplain, Alexander de Mere, and Nicholas, the brother of Alexander.Three virgates of land and the fourth part of a virgate in Mere and Eston. John and William remit their claim, for which Robert de Mere, Thomas, Alexander, and Nicholas gave them 2 marks of silver.
96Lichfield, 25th July, 1236.Nicholas de Haywode and Agnes his wife.John de ColewycTwenty acres of land in Blyfeud (Blithfield) and Newton. Nicholas and Agnes remitted their claim, for which John gave them 10s. sterling.
97Lichfield, 25th July, 1236.Roger, son of Robert (Putrel)William, son of RobertA bovate of land in Boterdon (Butterton). Roger remits his claim, for which William gave him 2 marks of silver. (Endorsed, "and William de Wrottesle and William de Buterdon put in their claims.")
98Lichfield, 26th July, 1236.William Kinge and Avice his wife.William, son of Robert and Juliana his wife.Eleven acres and a half of land in Blithebyri. William King and Avice remit all claim, for which William, son of Robert and Juliana, give them 16s. sterling.
99Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Walter, son of NicholasRichard TerryEighteen acres of land in Lichefeld. Richard and his heirs to hold the land of Walter and his heirs for 5 marks yearly.
100Lichfield, 22nd July, 1236.Thomas, son of Roger de Strethay.Robert de CrokeshaleTwelve acres of land in Strethay. Thomas remits all claim, for which Robert gave him 20s. sterling.
101Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Robert de CloptonJohn RusselA rent of 3s. 6d. in La More. John acknowledged a rent of 3s. 6d. to be due to Robert and his heirs for the half virgate of land he holds of the said Robert in Patingeham.
102Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Laurence de AlvythelegaAdam de la BureA weir in Erlegh. Laurance and his heirs to hold the weir of Adam and his heirs for 2s. yearly.
103Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Fulk fitz WarinPhilip de BulewardeslegTwo carucates of land in Edulvescote. Philip and his heirs to hold the land of Fulk and his heirs for the service of a sparrow-hawk, or 3s. yearly. (Endorsed, "and the Prior of Wenloc put in his claim.")
104Lichfield, 15th July, 1236.Fulk fitz WarinPhilip de BulewardeslegTwo carucates in Esseleg (Ashley). Philip and his heirs to hold the land of Fulk and his heirs, rendering a sore-hawk, or 20s. yearly.
105Nottingham, 29th September, 1236.Benedict de LychefeldRichard de WithintonSix acres of land in Elmeherste. Richard and his heirs to hold the land of Benedict and his heirs for 4s. yearly.
116Lichfield, 23rd July, 1236.Robert le Marescall and Agnes his wife, and Goeffrey de Waleton and Petronilla his wife.Walkelin de Blakelowe and Felicia his wife.Customs and services owing for land in Blakelowe. Walkelin and Felicia and the heirs of Felicia to hold the tenement of Robert and Agnes and Geoffrey and Petronilla, and the heirs of Agnes and Petronilla, rendering a pair of iron spurs or 2d. yearly.
29Westminster 28th June, 1237.Ralph BassetThomas, Earl of WarwickA chace in the wood of Drayton. Ralph grants to the Earl and his heirs a chace in the aforesaid wood, for which the Earl grants to Ralph and his heirs a chace in the same wood, rendering a sparrow-hawk yearly; and if the dogs of Ralph and his heirs shall run beyond the bounds into the Earl's forest and chace of Sutton, the same Ralph and his heirs and their men shall recall their dogs by horn and shout; and Ralph gave to the Earl 20 marks of silver.
106Salop (no Feastday named), 1236.Edith, daughter of AliceAndrew BlundA virgate and one-fourth of a carucate of land in Cumgrave (Congreve), and between the same Edith, and Andrew called to warranty by John Teneray, and who warranted to her one-fourth of a mill in the same vill. Andrew gave to Edith half a virgate of land, to be held of him and his heirs for the lifetime of Edith, rendering 12d. yearly; for which Edith remitted her claim in the rest of the land.
107Salop, 6th November, 1236.Hugh de LogesAlexander, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.Custody of the land and heir of Nicholas Duredent of Fisherwyke. Hugh remits his claim, and acknowledges that the homage and service of the heir of Nicholas and his heirs for the tenement of Fisherwyk, held of Hugh by a fine made in the Court of King John, between Hugh de Loges his father and Margery his mother, and William Duredent, the brother of the said Nicholas, whose heir he is, to be the right of the said Bishop and his successors, and for which acknowledgment the Bishop gave him 50 marks. The fine made in reign of King John to be null and void.
108Salop (no Feastday named), 1236.Hugh de Boueles and Alice his wife.John de Parles, called to warranty by William the miller.Two parts of a mill in Ruissale (Rushall). John remits his claim, for which Hugh and Alice gave him one sparrow-hawk. Hugh and Alice and the heirs of Alice to render 3s. yearly to the Prior of Coventry.
109Salop, 18th November, 1236.Athelard, son of ThomasGiles de Erdington, Dean of the Church of Wolverhampton, called to warranty by Magister Simon de Walton.A virgate and a half of land in Kynwaldeston (Kinvaston). Athelard and his heirs to hold the land of Giles and his successors for half a mark annually.
110Salop, 3rd November, 1236.Henry WenthilJohn de Beaudesert, ChaplainTwo messuages in Lichefeud. Henry remits his claim, for which John gave him a mark of silver.
111Salop, 15th November, 1236.Cecilia de DraytonThomas, son of Roger de Bydulf.Half a virgate and twelves acres of land in Derlawston (Darlaston). Thomas and his heirs to hold the land of Cecilia and her heirs for 2s. yearly, acquitting her of all service to the capital lords, and Thomas gave her 5 marks.
112Salop, 3rd November, 1236.John de ParlesRoger, Prior of CoventryWarranty of two parts of a mill in Ruishale, which Hugh de Boueles and Alice his wife claimed against William the miller, and which John had warranted to William, and then called the Prior to warranty. John remits his claim, for which the Prior gave him 2 marks.
113Salop, 3rd November, 1236.Peter, son of WalterRoger de Sumery, called to warranty by Robert, son of John.Ten acres of land in Seggesley. Peter remits his claim, for which Roger gave him 40s.
114Salop, 12th November, 1236.John, son of JohnWilliam Trussel, called to warranty by Ivo Pantolf.A virgate of land in Hildulfeston. John and his heirs to hold a moiety of the land of William and his heirs for 12d. annually, for all services, except forinsec service, and for this acknowledgment John remits his claim to the other moiety.
115Salop, 21st November, 1236.Felicia, daughter of RalphWilliam Trussel, called to warranty by Ivo Pantolf.Half a virgate of land in Hyldolveston (Hilderstone). Felicia and her heirs to hold a moiety of the land of William and his heirs for 6d. yearly.
55Lichfield, 3rd February, 1238.David, Prior of KenilworthRobert del Bek, Parson of the Church of Chekkeley.A rent of 20s. owing to the Church of Kenilworth, by a fine made in the Court of King Richard between Robert, formerly Prior of Kenilworth, and Alice de Hopton, grandmother of the said Robert, whose heir he is. Robert acknowledged the rent to be due to the said Prior and his successors, and gave 5 marks for arrears of it, for which the Prior remits the rest of the arrears.
30Westminster, 13th October, 1238.Richard, Abbot of HalesAlexander, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.Advowson of the Church of Horeburne (Harbourne). The Abbot remits all claim to it.
117Nottingham, 23rd February, 1240.John, Abbot of CrokesdeneWilliam de Alditheleg and Clemence his wife.Common of pasture in the moor of Blore and Calton. William and Clemence, for themselves, and the heirs of Clemence, grant to the Abbot and his successors common of pasture within certain metes and bounds specified.
56Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Robert, Parson of the Church of Torp.John Giderich and Mabel his wife.Half a virgate of land in Torp. John and Mabel acknowledge the land to be the right of Robert and the Church of Torp, for which Robert grants them 16s.
Mixed and unknown Counties.Coventry, 20th October, 1241Clemence, widow of the Earl of Chester.William, Earl of Ferrars, and Agnes his wife.Fifteen librates of land in Naveneby, co. Lincoln, and 100s. rent in Tuttebiri, co. Stafford. Clemence remits all claim to dower in the lands and rents, and also in the rest of the land which the Earl and Agnes hold of the inheritance of Ralph, formerly Earl of Chester, for which acknowledgment, &c., the Earl and Agnes grant to Clemence the manors of Hartindon, and Hethcote, and Newbigginge, in co. Derby, and other lands for her life.
57Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Giles de Erdington, Dean of Wolverhampton.Robert de Esenington and Robert de Wyston.Two acres of wood in Esenington. Robert and Robert grant a moiety of the wood to Giles and his successors.
58Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.John MarescallRoes de VerdunSix bovates of land in Wotton. Roes remits all claim.
59Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Magister Ralph de LakokAgnes TurpinA virgate of land in Sticlesbrok. Ralph and his heirs to hold the land of Agnes and her heirs for 1d. yearly.
60Lichfield, 7th December, 1240.Hugh de ArderneHenry de NaffordThree hides in Grafton. (N.B.—This is not a Staffordshire fine.)
61Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Margery atte Ford, and Julia and Avice her sisters.William Pauntolf, called to warranty by Ivo Pauntolf.A virgate of land in Hildolveston. Margery and her sisters remit all their claim, for which William gave them 20s.
62Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Adam, son of William de Bukenhale.Roes de VerdunHalf a virgate of land in Bukenhale. Adam remits all claim, for which Roes gave him a mark of silver.
63Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.John, son of WilliamRichard, son of William.Two parts of a virgate of land in Evenefend (Enville), and between the same John, complainant, and the said Richard, called to warranty by Julia la Vedue, and who warranted to her the third part of a virgate of land in the same vill. Richard remits his claim, saving the right of Julia to the third part, which she holds in dower for her life; and which after her death is to revert to John and his heirs.
64Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Magister Ralph de LakocRobert Pape and Christiana his wife.A virgate of land in Sticlesbrok. Ralph and his heirs to hold the land of Robert and Christiana and the heirs of Christiana for 1d. yearly; for which the said Ralph gave them 8 marks of silver.
65Lichfield, 2nd December, 1240.Nigel, son of AdamAdam de RidewareThe manor of Del Boischalenge. (fn. 2) Adam acknowledges the manor to be the right of Nigel, to be held by Nigel and his heirs of the chief lords of the fee. (N.B.—This is a Leicestershire fine.)
66Lichfield, 7th December, 1240.Ingeram de HastengMilisent de Stafford (fn. 3) Four virgates of land in Chevelesdon. Ingeram remits all claim, for which Milisent gave him 4 marks of silver.
67Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Stephen, son of RobertRobert, son of WalterTwo bovates of land in Eynestan. Robert and his heirs to hold the land of Stephen and his heirs for 12d. yearly, and Robert gave Stephen 4 marks of silver.
68Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Alured, Prior of RontonRoger le Poer and Alice his wife.Twenty acres of land in Ronton, and ten acres in Gnoweshal. Roger and Alice acknowledge the land to be the right of the Prior and his successors, to hold in free and perpetual alms.
69Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Henry le Paumer and Cecilia his wife, and Matilda and Ingusa, sisters of Cecilia.Adam de CulewichTwo bovates of land in Wikeshull. Henry le Paumer, Cecilia, and her sisters, remit all claim, for which Adam gave them 20s.
118Lichfield, 7th December, 1240.Odo de HodenetHenry de SmalvisNativity of Henry. Odo acknowledges Henry to be a freeman, for which Henry gave him 5 marks.
119Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Roger de SumeryPhilip de RulegTwo carucates of land in Ruleg (Rowley Regis), except the advowson of the Church of the same vill. Roger remits all claim to the land, except the advowson, for which Philip granted for himself and heirs, that they would render yearly 2 marks for the tenement which Philip holds of the said Roger in Seggeley, in lieu of 6d., the former rent.
122Lichfield, 7th December, 1240.Henry de Lilleburn and Isabella his wife.Richard de ThikebromeThree virgates and a half of land in Guneston. Henry and Isabella and the heirs of Isabella to hold two virgates (viz., those formerly held by William de Thikebrom) of Richard and his heirs for 12d. yearly, and they remit all claim to the rest of the land.
123Lichfield, 1st December, 1240.Lawrence, Abbot of BurtonWalter de RidewareThirty acres of land in Bromley. Walter and his heirs to hold the land of the Abbot and his successors for 2s. yearly.
31Westminster, 11th May, 1242.John CoyneHenry de AldideleghFour virgates of land in Coldenorton. John remits his claim, for which Henry grants to him and his heirs the service and homage of Richard de Asse for the tenement he holds in Asse, and a carucate of land called Le Halfhide, which Walter Coyne, father of John, formerly held of Adam de Aldidelegh, the father of Henry, to be held by the service of a pound of cumin yearly.
32Westminster, 3rd February, 1242.Robert de Acton and Elena his wife.John de CuleghA carucate of land in Culegh (Cowley). John grants to Robert and Ellen and the heirs of Ellen a moiety of the carucate, to revert to John and heirs if Ellen should die without issue; and for which acknowledgement Robert and Ellen grant to John and his heirs the other moiety and the capital messuage, to be held of the chief lords of the fee.
33Westminster, 3rd November, 1242.Richard de BarrePhilip de RueleghThe manor of Ruelegh (Rowley Regis). Richard remits his claim, for which Philip remits all his right he had in a compensation for the fourth part of the manor of Russhale, which Hugh de Boeles and Alice his wife recovered before the Justices at Lichfield against the said Philip, called to warranty.
34Westminster, 10th May, 1243.David, Prior of Kenilewurth.Robert de StaffordThe advowson of the Priory of Stanes. Robert remits his claim, for which the Prior gave him forty acres of land in the parish of St. Mary, in the castle of Stafford.
120Lichfield, 7th December, 1240.Robert de Sanford, Master of the Knights Templars in England.Walter de Berford and Margery his wife.Eight acres of land in Horden. Walter and Margery remit all claim.
121Lichfield, 2nd December, 1240.Philip, son of Thomas de Pres.William, son of Robert de Ersington and Alice his wife.A virgate of land in Snoddon. Philip and his heirs to hold the land of William and Alice and heirs of Alice for 1d. yearly, and Philip gave to William and Alice 10 marks of silver.
35Westminster, 3rd November, 1244.Stephen, Abbot of Denlacresse.William de IppestanesCommon of pasture throughout the manor of Ippestanes. William granted to the Abbot and his successors and his men of Lek, common of pasture throughout the vill for all manner of cattle except in the meadows which were enclosed at Easter, 28 H. III., or in the park of the said William; and it shall not be lawful for William to make any further enclosures.
36Westminster, 1st July, 1245.Robert de GrendonRoger de la Legh and Matilda his wife.A messuage and thirty acres of land in La Legh. Robert and his heirs to hold the tenement of Roger and the heirs of Matilda. Robert to perform the service due to the capital lord, and for this acknowledgment, &c., Robert gave to Roger and Matilda 7 marks.

Footnotes

1 The Fines levied at the Iters of the Justices have a different series of numbers from those levied at Westminster.
2 This is not Milisent, the heiress of Robert de Stafford. See note on a deed in the Ranton Chartulary.
3 A manor near Ashby de la Zouche.