Feet of Fines
Henry III (1247-72)

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Major-General Hon. George Wrottesley (editor)

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1883

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238-259

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'Feet of Fines: Henry III (1247-72)', Staffordshire Historical Collections, vol. 4 (1883), pp. 238-259. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52398 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Official Number.Date.Complainant.Tenant or Deforciant.Subject of Fine, and Result.
70Oxford, 2nd July, 1247.John de ParlesHugh, Prior of LentonAdvowson of the Church of Hymesworth (Handsworth). John and his heirs and the Prior and his successors to present alternately to the Church, saving to the said Prior and his successors all the other articles contained in the fine levied in the Court of King John between Peter, Prior of Lenton, and Robert, Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England.
71Lichfield, 21st November, 1227.Robert de SwinnertonRichard de TidneshoureThe third part of twenty acres of wood in Wulstaneswude. Robert remits his claim, except to common of pasture, for which Richard granted to Robert and his heirs an angle in the wood of Northwud, saving to himself and heirs common of pasture; and saving to Mabel the mother of the said Robert de Swinnerton the third part of the said wood, which she holds in dower.
Mixed and unknown Counties.Westminster, 13th October, 1247.Margaret, Countess of KentJohn de BurgoOne-third of the manor of Burgo, in co. Norfolk, one-third of manor of Erleye, in co. Stafford, and one-third of ten other manors (named) in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Sussex, Somerset, Warwick, and Cornwall, which Margaret claimed in dower of the free tenement of Hubert de Burgh, Earl of Kent, formerly her husband. Margaret remits her claim to dower in the land of Hubert, for which John grants her dower in other lands specified.
Ditto, Stafford, Wygorn.Lichfield, 16th February, 1248.William BurdettRoger de SomeryFree chase in the wood of Roger at Peninak. William remits his claim, for which Roger grants to him four fat bucks and four does yearly. William to be allowed to take them by giving a day's notice to the bailiff or forester of Roger at Duddeley.
124Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Hugh de AcovereWilliam de Aldedeleye and Clemence his wifeFree chase in the park of Blore, and common of pasture in Blore. Hugh remits his claim to both, for which William and Clemence grant to him and his heirs one fat buck and one doe in fawn yearly, and that Hugh and his heirs and their men of Swyneskow may have common of pasture over all the arable land and meadows in Blore, for all manner of cattle, after the hay and corn have been carried. And William and Clemence remit half a mark of the annual rent which they formerly received from Hugh for half a Knight's fee, which William and Clemence hold in Swyneskow, so that Hugh shall not render in future for the said tenement more than 20s. annually for all services; and William and Clemence gave to Hugh 5 marks. (Endorsed, "the Abbot of Roucestre put in his claim.")
126Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.William de BergevenyAdam de Colewyz and Lucy his wife.Two bovates of land in Drangeton (Drineton). William and his heirs to hold the land of Adam and Lucy and the heirs of Lucy for 3s. yearly.
127Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Richard de DraycoteJohn Nycthegale and Emma his wife.A bovate and two acres of land in Thilinton. Richard and his heirs to hold the land of John and Emma and the heirs of Emma for 12d. yearly, and to perform all forinsec service for the same.
128Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Henry de Wulslegh and Agnes his wife, Robert de Edmundiston and Isabella his wife, and Alexander de Molewych and Matilda his wifeHenry, son of EthelredHalf a virgate of land in Molewych. Henry and Agnes, Robert and Matilda, and Alexander and Matilda remit all claims, for which Henry gave them 14 marks.
129Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Eudo, son of John, and Hervey son of Robert.Richard, Prior of St. Thomas, near Stafford, called to warranty by Thomas, Parson of the Church of Standon.Half a carucate and eighteen acres of land in Merweston and Cherleton. Eudo and Hervey acknowledge the land to be the free alms of the Prior of St. Thomas and his successors, for which the Prior gave them 5 marks.
130Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Adam de BrintonRobert of EytonThe nativity of Robert. Adam acknowledged that he was a free man. Robert and his heirs to hold his land of Adam and his heirs for 5s. 6d. yearly; and Robert gave Adam 100s.
131Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.William PutrelJohn de Waterfale and Joan his wife.A bovate of land in Buterdon. William grants a moiety of the land to John and Joan and the heirs of Joan, to be held of him and his heirs for 18d. yearly. And John and Joan remit their claim to the other moiety.
132Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Richard de DraycoteJohn Rench and Alice his wifeThree acres of land in Thylinton. Richard and his heirs to hold the land, of John and Alice and the heirs of Alice, for 1d. yearly; and Richard gave them 4½ marks.
133Lichfield, 27th January, 1248.Roger, son of Richard le Paumer.Henry de Prestwode and Amice his wife.Half a virgate of land in Swyndon. Roger remits his claim, for which Henry and Amicia gave him a mark of silver.
134Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Robert de WolselegRichard de HyntesHalf a virgate of land in Wolseleg. Robert remits his claim, for which Richard gave him 10 acres of land elsewhere in the same vill.
135Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Magister Ralph de LacokAdam the Smith and Alice his wife.Half a virgate of land in Stichelesbrok. Ralph and his heirs to hold the land of Adam and Alice and the heirs of Alice for 4d. yearly; and Ralph gave them 40s.
136Lichfield, 20th October, 1221.Richard the Priest (Presbyter) of KingesleyAdam, son of WalterSuit of Court at Bradele by the men of the Hospital in Forbrigge, and the service of a man to reap the corn of Robert in the autumn. Robert remits his claim.
137Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Brother William, Master of the Hospital of St. John of Stafford.Robert de StaffordThree bovates of land in Strangricheshull (Stranshall). Adam acknowledged the land to be the right of Richard, for which Richard grants to Adam and his heirs a bovate of land which Sibilla, widow of Walter, brother of Adam, held, and half a bovate which Matilda, niece of Adam, held, excepting the chief messuage, which, with the rest of the land, shall remain to Richard. Adam and his heirs to render 2s. yearly to Richard and his heirs.
138Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Nicholas, son of Henry.Alan, son of RalphTwo parts of a virgate of land in Seggesleg, and between the same Nicholas, complainant, and the same Alan, called to warranty by Petronilla, widow of Ralph Moysantand who warranted to her a third part of a virgate of land, excepting a messuage in the same vill. Alan acknowledged the land to be the right of Nicholas; for which Nicholas granted the third part of it to Petronilla, to be held of him for her life for a pair of white gloves yearly.
139Lichfield, 27th January, 1248.Felicia, daughter of Adam de Bures, Thomas de Chatkulum and Sarra his wife, Richard de Boys and Basilia his wife, Nicholas de Chatkulum and Avice his wife, John de Suggenhull and Alditha his wife.Vivian de StandonTwelve acres of land in Standon. Vivian acknowledged the land to be the right of Felicia, Sarra, Basilia, Avice, and Alditha, to be held by the complainants and the heirs of Felicia, Sarra, Basilia, Avice, and Alditha, for ever.
140Gloucester (no Saint's day named), 1248.William de Ferars, Earl of Derby.Matthew de HavereshegeOne hundred and twelve acres of land in Harecres (Hoarcross). Matthew remits his claim, for which the Earl gave him 80 marks of silver.
141Lichfield, 16th February, 1248.Geoffrey de Blorton and Agnes his wife, and Christiana, sister of Agnes.Margery, widow of Roger Moysen.A messuage in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Margery and her heirs to hold it of Geoffrey, Agnes, and Christiana for 14d. yearly.
142Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Joan (name torn off)Nigel de LangefordSuit of mill. Joan remits her right so far as regards the demesne lands of Nigel; and for this acknowledgment Nigel grants that all his villains of Athelaxton (Ellastone) shall do suit to the mill of Joan, and find a man at Pentecost of each year to clean the millpool; and Nigel further grants to Joan an annual rent of one mark, viz., 12s. from the tenement of Patrick de Sautcheveral, in Wykeshull, and 16d. from the tenement of Ralph Knotte.
143Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Robert de Wulfrenehampton and Alice his wife.Andrew le BlundTwenty acres of land in Linehull. Robert and Alice and the heirs of Alice to hold the land of Andrew and his heirs for 18d. yearly.
144Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.John de DudeleghWilliam Huningham and Matilda his wife.A messuage in Lichfield. John and his heirs to hold it of William and Matilda and the heirs of Matilda for a pair of white gloves yearly; and John gave them 3 marks.
145Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.John de la LoweRobert del Whal and Alice his wife.A messuage and the fourth part of a virgate in Hamerwick. John and his heirs to hold the land of Robert and Alice and the heirs of Alice for a pair of white gloves yearly.
146Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.John, son of John de Chetwynd.Richard, Prior of St. Thomas, near Stafford.Twelve acres of land in Weston. John and his heirs to hold the land of the Prior and his successors for 10s. yearly.
147Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Simon, Abbot of CombermereRalph le Butiler and Matilda his wife.Estovers in the wood of Ralph and Matilda in Thyrlegh (Tirley). Ralph and Matilda grant estovers within certain woods named, to the Abbot and his successors
148Lichfield, 16th February, 1248.Hervey, son of RobertRobert de MereOne-sixth part of a virgate and one-sixth of a bovate of land in Mere (Maer). And between the same Hervey and Robert, called to warranty by Roger, Prior of Trentham, and who warranted to him half a virgate in the same vill; and between the same Hervey and Thomas the Chaplain, called to warranty by Margaret, the daughter of the same Thomas, and who warranted to her the moiety of half a virgate, the sixth part of half a virgate, and a sixth of a bovate in the same vill; and between the same Hervey and Thomas, son of Alexander, the moiety of half a virgate, the moiety of the sixth of a virgate, and the moiety of a sixth of a bovate in the same vill; and between the same Hervey and the said Thomas, son of Alexander, called to warranty by Nicholas de Mere, and who warranted to him the moiety of half a virgate, the moiety of the sixth of a virgate, and the moiety of the sixth partof a bovate of land in the same vill. Hervey remits all claim, for which Robert, Thomas the Chaplain, and Thomas, son of Alexander, gave him 1 mark.
149Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.John de Swynnerton and Margery his wife.Vivian de StandonCommon of pasture in Swynnerton. John and Margery grant for themselves and the heirs of Margery, that Vivian and his heirs may have common of pasture for all kind of cattle in the heath of Swynnerton, and their villains of Standon for all kind except swine; and for this acknowledgment Vivian granted for himself and heirs that the said John and Margery might assart and cultivate the moiety of the heath towards the north, &c.; and Vivian and his heirs will pay to John and Margery and the heirs of Margery 4s. at Swynnerton yearly.
150Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.William de IppestanesRobert, son of WilliamThe nativity of the said Robert. William acknowledges Robert to be a freeman, for which Robert gave to William 4 marks.
166Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.Roger de Bosco and Juliana his wife, and John de Erdinton and Alditha his wife.John de WrosneThree acres and a half of land in Bromwich. Roger, Juliana, John, and Alditha remit their claims, for which John de Wrosne gave them 3½ marks of silver.
151Lichfield, 16th February, 1248.Adam, son of ThomasJohn the Smith and Avice his wife.A curtilage in Seaford. Adam and his heirs to hold it of John and Avice and the heirs of Avice for a halfpenny yearly.
152Lichfield, 27th January, 1248.John le Fevre and Avice his wife.Petronilla, widow of Geoffrey de Drengeton.Half a virgate of land in Molewych. John and Avice remit all claim, for which Petronilla gave them 4 marks.
153Lichfield, 3rd February, 1248.William le Kittere and Quenilda his wife, and Margery, sister of Quenilda.Walter de la HayeEleven acres in Bromwych. William, Quenilda, and Margery remit all claim, for which Walter gave them 6 marks. (Endorsed, "Sarra and Helis, daughters of Richard de Bromwyz, put in their claim.")
154Salop, 3rd November, 1248.William de Ferars, Earl of Derby.William de la FerteSixty acres of land of Yoxale. William de la Ferte remits all claim, for which the Earl gave him 15 marks.
155Exeter, 6th June, 1249.Richard, son of Herbert de Hagheneton (Haunton), and Alditha his wife.Herbert de WykeHalf a virgate of land in Clifton. Richard and Alditha remit all claim, for which Herbert gave them 20s.
156Salop, 8th November, 1248.John CoyneJohn fitz AlanThe manor of Weston. John Coyne and his heirs to hold the manor of John fitz Alan and his heirs for half a mark yearly, and for this acknowledgment, &c., John Coyne gave John fitz Alan 3½ marks.
157Ivelcester, 1st July, 1249.William de Meysham and John de Sumervill.William de Ferars, Earl of Derby.Four bovates of land in Barthon. William and John remit all claim, for which the Earl gave them 20 marks.
158Salop, 18th November, 1249.Simon, Abbot of Cumbermere.Ralph le Butiler and Matilda his wife.Customs and services due from the Abbot's freehold in Clyve and Drayton. Ralph and Matilda demanded the service of half a Knight's fee and 8d. yearly. The Abbot acknowledged the service of a fourth of a Knight's fee and 4d. yearly, to be due to Ralph and Matilda and the heirs of Matilda; and Ralph and Matilda granted to the Abbot and his successors that seventeen of their men of Drayton and the Vicar of Drayton might have estovers in their wood of Thyrlegh.
37Westminster, 3rd November, 1249.David, Prior of Kenillewurth.James de Aldithelegh, called to warranty by Bertrea his mother.Sixty acres of land in Waleton. James and his heirs to hold the land of the Prior of Stanes for 30s. yearly; and the Prior and his successors to have common of pasture in it after the corn is carried.
38Westminster, 3rd February, 1251William, Abbot of DeulacresseHugh le DespencerCommon of pasture in Lek. Hugh and his heirs and his men of Ruston (except Adam de Ruston and his heirs) to have common of pasture for all manner of cattle in the Abbot's lands in Lek, within certain bounds specified; and the Abbot remitted the homage and service of Hugh and his heirs for the land he holds of the Abbot in Huggebrugg, saving one pound of pepper. And for this acknowledgment, &c., Hugh granted that the Abbot and his successors and their men of Hetton shall have common of pasture in all the lands of the said Hugh in Ruston.
39Westminster, 20th January, 1251.Robert, son of Vivian de Standon.Robert de StaffordThe marriage of Isabella, daughter and heir of Ralph de Mutton. Robert de Stafford acknowledged the marriage of Isabella to be the right of Robert, son of Vivian, and his heirs.
40Westminster, 13th October, 1251.William de Curtenay and Joan his wife.Henry de LuctonTwo parts of a carucate of land in Saundon. Henry and his heirs to hold the land of William and Joan and the heirs of Joan for 1d. yearly. Henry to perform all services due to the chief lord of the fee.
41Westminster, 6th October, 1251.Ralph de CestertonRobert Cludewan de LynhulleThe moiety of a virgate, and the third part of the fourth of a virgate of land in Linhull and Otherton. Robert to hold the land of Ralph and his heirs for his lifetime for 1d. yearly, and after the death of Robert, the land to revert to Ralph and his heirs.
42Westminster, 20th October, 1251.Waryn, son of Waryn de Vernon.William de Curtenay and Joan his wife.A carucate of land in Sandon. Warin and his heirs to hold the land of William and Joan and the heirs of Joan for 1d. yearly. Warin to perform all the services due to the chief lord, and for this acknowledgment, &c., Warin gave William and Joan 10l.
43Westminster, 21st April, 1252.Helwyse, the widow of Thomas de Hamstede.Thomas de HamstedeThe third part of three carucates of land in Swynefen and Hamstede, claimed by Helewyse as dower. Helewyse remits all claim, for which Thomas gave her 100s.
159Leicester, 9th June, 1253.Ralph BassetRobert de StaffordA Knight's fee in Chedle. Robert acknowledged the Knight's fee to be the right of Ralph and his heirs, to be held of Robert and his heirs for a sparrow-hawk annually, in lieu of all service, suit of Court, wardship, relief, making the eldest son a Knight, or marriage of the eldest daughter, or other custom or exaction. And for this acknowledgment, &c., Ralph gave Robert 60 marks.
44Westminster, 20th January, 1253.Roger le MarescallAlexander de Curtlingestok and Isolda his wife.Forty-seven acres of land in Tuttebyri. Roger and his heirs to hold the land of Alexander and Isolda and the heirs of Isolda for 1 mark yearly.
45St. Bride's, London, 25th November, 1254.William de CaverswelleRalph de DolverneA mill and mill-pool, thirty acres of land, and a rent of 8s. in Dulverne. William and his heirs to hold the mill, &c., of Ralph and his heirs for 2d. yearly. And William gave to Ralph 40s.
160Huntingdon, 22nd June, 1253.Roger de WaletonIvo de WaltonA carucate of land in Waleton. Ivo to hold the land, with all rents, services, wardships, reliefs, and other things pertaining to it, of Roger and his heirs for life, rendering 5 marks yearly, and performing to William Trussel and his heirs, for the said Roger and his heirs, all other services pertaining to the said land; and after the death of Ivo, the land and appurtenances to revert to Roger and his heirs, to hold of William Trussel and his heirs for ever, for the service of two-thirds of a Knight's fee. If Roger should die without issue, the land to revert to Alice his sister and her heirs by the said William Trussel. And Roger did homage in Court to the aforesaid William Trussel.
Mixed and unknown Counties. Notts, Derby, Stafford.Nottingham, 5th May, 1252.Henry de ToukPeter de Touk and Eustachia his wife, called to warranty by Baldewyn de Paunton.Two carucates, six virgates of land, and a mill in Lek. Henry remits and quit-claims to Peter and Eustachia, and Baldwin, and their heirs, all his right in the said land; for which Peter gave him ten bovates of land in Hilton, in co. Derby, and sixty-six acres of land in Ansedele, in co. Stafford, which is called Shyrreveriding, to be held by Henry and his heirs of Peter and his heirs for 23s. yearly; Henry to perform all forinsec service. And Peter concedes to Henry the service of Simon de Touk and his heirs in Bradeburne.
Mixed and unknown Counties. Warwick, Stafford.Westminster, 27th October, 1252.William de UptonGilbert de Gloucester, called to warranty by Hawyse, widow of Richard de Gloucester.One-half of one-fourth of a Knight's fee in Great Wolward, excepting two messuages and a virgate of land. William remits all claim, for which Gilbert grants him and his heirs a carucate of land in Wysley, in co. Stafford, which Philip Basset held, to be held by the service of six barbed arrows yearly.
161Gloucester, 24th May, 1255.Walter, Master of the Hospital of St. Lazarus of Retford.Hugh de DokesayTwo crofts in Selkemer. Hugh grants to Walter a moiety of the land, to be held in free alms for ever by Walter and his successors.
162Lichfield, 27th January, 1255.William BagodRobert Maunsel, of Patteleshull.A Knight's fee in Patlesleshull. Robert to hold it for his life; to revert after his death to William and his heirs.
163Lichfield, 14th January, 1255.Willliam de Strethay and Thomas de Rokeby.William de MeyshamTwo-thirds of seven virgates and a half of land in Freford, which William and Thomas claimed as their portion of the freehold formerly of Thomas le Brun their grandfather, whose heirs they are. William and Thomas remit their claim, for which William de Meysham gave them 20s.
164Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.Roger de SumeryWilliam de ParlesCustoms and service due for William's freehold in Hunesworthe. Roger demanded the service of one-fourth of a Knight's fee and suit at his Court at Dudley every three weeks. William acknowledged that he and his heirs owed the service of one-fourth of a Knight's fee and suit of Court at Dudley when pleas of right and robbers were tried, with the peers of the said William, upon reasonable summons of the said Roger and his heirs, or their bailiffs.
165Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.Robert de Ferars, of MereThomas de Dutton and Philippa his wife, called to warranty by Thomas, Parson of the Church of Standon.The fourth part of a Knight's fee in Mere and Aston. Robert remits his claim, for which Thomas de Dutton and Philippa grant him for his life a mark of silver yearly.
167Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.William, son of Robert de Wyrleye.Michael le Teinter, of LichfieldHalf a virgate of land in Alreshaghe. William remits all claim, for which Michael gave him 2 marks.
168Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.William de StonyloweRobert de MereA virgate of land in Aston. William and his heirs to hold the land of Robert and his heirs for 12d. yearly, and William remits all claim to a virgate of land which Thomas, son of Adam, formerly held in the same vill.
169Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.Hugh de Langnad and Agnes his wife.Richard de WulseleyeA bovate and ten acres of land, six acres of meadow, the third part of a mill, one hundred acres of wood, and a rent of 2s. 6d. in Wulseleye. Richard acknowledged the land, &c., to be the right of Hugh and Agnes, which they had of the gift of Richard in marriage, to be held by them and the heirs of Agnes of the aforesaid Richard for ever, and performing all the services due to the chief lord of the fee.
170Lichfield 14th January, 1255.Isabel, daughter of Robert de Joniston.Robert, son of Robert, and Margery his sister.A burgage in Ecclyshale. Isabella remits all claim, for which Robert and Margery gave her 20s.
171Lichfield, 27th January, 1255.Roger, Bishop of ChesterRobert de CameraCustoms and services for Robert's freehold in Hakedon, viz., a virgate and a half of land. Robert and his heirs to hold the land of the Bishop and his successors for 5s. yearly and suit at the Bishop's Court at Eccleshall every three weeks, and they will perform homage, and render reliefs when they fall due.
172Lichfield, 27th January, 1255.Robert de la ChambreGeoffrey Truttock and Juliana his wife.A messuage, one bovate, eight and a half acres, and one rood of land, and one acre of pasture in Denstone. Geoffrey and Juliana acknowledge the tenement to be the right of Robert, to be held of the chief lord of the fee for ever, for which Robert gave them 5 marks.
173Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.Elias de Atboldeston and Avicia his wife.William, son of GeoffreyA messuage and one bovate and a half of land in Atboldeston (Adbaston). Elias and Avicia remit all claim.
174Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.Geoffrey de DenestonWilliam de Deneston and Alienora his wife.A messuage and seven acres of land and one acre of pasture in Deneston. Geoffrey and his heirs to hold the tenement of William and Alienora and the heirs of Alienora for 25d. yearly; and for this acknowledgment, &c., Geoffrey gave them 12 marks.
175Lichfield, 20th January, 1255.Richard, son of LetitiaRobert, son of Matilda de Eneston (Enson).Half a virgate of land in Salt. Robert and his heirs to hold the land of Richard and his heirs for 4d. yearly.
176Lichfield, 14th January, 1255.Robert, son of Henry de Calton.Alan de Hudlesdale and Edusa his wife.Half a bovate of land in Colton. Robert remits all claim, for which Alan and Edusa gave him 40s.
177Lichfield, 14th January, 1255.Alexander de Bykeford and Hawyse his wife.Robert de WhystonTwo virgates and the third of a virgate of land in Bykeford, and a virgate of land in Little Sardon, and three and a half virgates and thirty acres of land in Whyston. Alexander and Hawyse remit all claim, for which Robert remits his claim to an entertainment which Alexander and Hawyse were accustomed to find for him and his family yearly, and Robert gave them 20s.
178Lichfield, 27th January, 1255.Giles de ErdintonRobert de Stanton and Letitia his wife.Half a virgate of land and five acres in Acle (Oakley). Robert and Letitia remit all claim, for which Giles gave them 40s.
46Westminster, 8th July, 1255.Nigel de LangefordThomas de ShyrefordOne rood and a half of land in Athelaston (Ellastone). Nigel remits all claim, and granted that Thomas and his heirs might take turf and earth to repair his mill-pool in Athelaxton from land specified of Nigel, and Thomas remitted and quit-claimed to Nigel and his heirs a piece of land which Robert de Shyreford, father of Thomas, gave in exchange to Michael de Athelaxton for the said rood and a half of land.
179Salop, 3rd February, 1256.Emma, widow of Richard Roulant.Robert le MarescallForty acres of land and an acre of pasture in Derlaston, which Emma claimed as her dower of the gift of Henry, son of Dionysia, her first husband, and between the same Emma, complainant, and the same Robert, tenant, of the moiety of half a virgate and ten acres of land in Eston, and half a virgate in Boreweston (Burston) which Emma claimed as her dower of the gift of Robert de Wauton, her second husband. Emma remits her claim, for which Robert gave her 9 marks.
47Westminster, 25th June, 1257.Hugh de WestonNicholas, Prior of St. Thomas the Martyr, near Stafford.A virgate of land in Weston. The Prior remits his claim, for which Hugh gave him and his successors a virgate and the fourth of a virgate of land in Neuton, viz., a messuage, croft, and half a virgate of land which Ralph, son of Hugh, formerly held; a messuage, croft, and half a virgate which Edrich Russel formerly held; and a fourth part of a virgate which Robert Kempe held, &c.
180Derby, 3rd February, 1258.Robert de Beverley (Beverlaco).William de CamvillNineteen virgates of land, and a rent of 26s. in Hauneton. Robert is to hold the land, with all rents, services, reliefs, &c., from the Feast of the Purification of the Virgin, of William and his heirs, for his lifetime, and if he should survive a term of thirteen years he shall render to William and his heirs 30l. yearly. The land on Robert's death to revert to William and his heirs.
48Westminster, 14th April, 1258.William, Abbot of BildewasBertram de Burgo24s. arrears of a rent of 12s. for the tenement which Thomas, son of John de Kuleg, formerly held in Kuleg by the gift of Thomas de Sambrok and Alice his wife. Bertram acknowledges a rent of 12s. to be due yearly to the Abbot and his successors for the tenement, and for this acknowledgment the Abbot remits the arrears.
49Westminster, 14th April, 1258.Thomas, son of John de Coulee.Bertram de BurgoA rent of 24s. in Coulee. Bertram and his heirs to hold it of the said Thomas and his heirs for 1d. yearly, performing all other service due to the chief lords of the fee; and Thomas grants to Bertram and his heirs the tenement which Thomas de Sambrok and Alice his wife hold in dower, and which should revert to him after the death of Alice.
Mixed counties Herts, Gloucester, Salop, Staff., Wyltes.Westminster, 8th July, 1258.William Walerand and Isabella his wife.Philip Marmiun and Joan his wife.The manor of Kilpek, a carucate of land in Tobinton, and advowson of the Church of Nortbery (Norbury). Philip and Joan acknowledge the above to be the purparty of Isabella, of the inheritance of Hugh de Kilpec, father of Joan and Isabella; and for this acknowledgment Philip and Joan quit-claim to William and Isabella and heirs of Isabella all their right in the manor of Rokele; and William and Isabella concede to Philip and Joan the manors of Fernts, Bradeford, Kastres, Nortbery, Pulrebach, and advowsons of the same, except the advowson of Nortbery, as the reasonable purparty of Joan.
50Westminster, 3rd November, 1258William de CavereswellThomas de Keynes and Joan his wife.Three virgates and a half of land, and a rent of 10s. and a pound of pepper in Billington. William and his heirs to hold the land and rents and homages, &c., of Thomas and Joan and the heirs of Joan, for 5 marks and 5 shillings yearly, to be paid at the house of the said Thomas and Joan at Clifton, in the county of Bucks. And William gave the said Thomas and Joan 6 marks.
51Westminster, 8th July, 1260.Ralph de CotesNicholas Ettebrede, and Alice his wife.A messuage in Stafford. Ralph and his heirs to hold the tenement of Nicholas and Alice and the heirs of Alice for ½d. yearly. And Ralph gave them 6 marks.
52Westminster, 14th May, 1260.The Lord the King, by Laurence de Brok, his Attorney.Ralph, the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield.Advowson of the Church of Erlegh de Port (Arley). The King, at the instance of John de Burgo, acknowledged the advowson to be the right of the Dean and Chapter.
53Westminster, 16th February, 1261.Giles, the Dean, and Chapter of Wulvrenhampton.Roger de SumeryTwenty acres of land in Wulvrenehampton. The Dean and Chapter acknowledge the said land, together with other land near the King's highway, pertaining to the manor of Seggesleg (Sedgeley) and Ettingeshale to be the right of Roger and his heirs for ever, saving to them and their successors common of pasture in the wood of Suggesleg and Bruer. And for this acknowledgment Roger gave to the Dean and Chapter and their successors 8 pounds of wax yearly.
54Westminster, 16th February, 1261.Roger de SumeryGiles, the Dean of Wolverhampton.A market in Wulrenhampton which had been established by the Dean to the injury of Robert's market in Duddele. Roger grants that the Dean and his successors may have a market in Wolverhampton, on condition that he and his heirs, and his burgesses and villains of Dudley may be free from all tolls, &c.
55Westminster, 15th May, 1261.Richard, Abbot of HalesBaldwyn de Insula (de l'Isle).Advowson of the Church of Horeburn. Baldwyn acknowledged the advowson to be the right of the Abbot and his successors.
Mixed Counties.Westminster, 8th July, 1261.Robert, Abbot of LylleshullRichard Trussel and Roes his wife, and Alice, widow of William Paunton.Ten shillings arrears of a rent of 10s. from their mill of Wurenford and manor of Hales. Richard and Roes and Alice acknowledge for themselves and the heirs of Roes a rent of 10s. to be due to the Abbot and Church of Lilleshull. (Salop and Stafford.)
56Westminster, 12th November, 1261Margery, Abbess of Poleswurthe.Adam de Brimpton.Advowson of the Church of Eyton. Adam and his heirs to nominate a Clerk on a vacancy, to the Abbess and her successors. And the Abbess and her successors shall present the same Clerk to the Diocesan. The Abbess and her successors to receive 20 marks annually from the said Church by the hands of the Rector.
57Westminster, 17th June, 1263.Humfrey de Boun, Earl of Hereford and Essex.Absolone, Abbot of WaledeneAdvowson of the Church of Cumpton. (This is not a Staffordshire fine.) (Endorsed, "and John de Burgo put in his claim.")
58Westminster, 3rd November, 1263.Walter, Abbot of RoucesterRobert de Acore (Oakover) and Margery his wife.Common of pasture in the wood of Northullay (Denston). Robert and Margery remit their right, so that the Abbot and his successors may enclose and assart the wood, for which the Abbot quit-claims to Robert and Margery and the heirs of Margery all right in the homage and service of Nicholas de Burgheston and his heirs for the tenement which Nicholas held of the Abbot in Denstone, &c.
61Westminster, 13th October, 1265.William de Lychefeld and Joan his wife.Thomas le NoreysA messuage and a carucate of land in Atherfeld. William and Joan remit their claim, for which Thomas gave them 40s. (Endorsed, "and Robert de Tywe put in his claim.")
62Westminster, 12th November, 1266.Roes, widow of John DoyliRobert, son of John and Matilda his wife.A messuage and two parts of a virgate of land and a rent of 20s. in Norton; and between the same Roes, and the same Robert and Matilda, called to warranty by John, son of Reginald and Alice his wife, and who warranted to them a messuage, and a mill and half an acre of land in the same vill; and between the same Roes and the same Robert and Matilda, called to warranty by Richard le Franchoume and Sibilla his wife, and who warranted to them the third of a virgate of land and a rent of 20s. in the same vill. Robert and Matilda to hold the tenements of Roes and her heirs, rendering 6d. yearly, and they gave her 6 marks and two acres of meadow in Wyrleg, called Loversmede, to be held of them and the heirs of Matilda for a rose yearly.
63Westminster, 18th November, 1267.William TromwyneJohn de Luttebiri and Roes his wife.A bovate of land and two parts of a mill in Sandon (except a third of the said two parts). William and his heirs to hold the tenement of John and Roes and the heirs of Roes for a halfpenny yearly, for which William gave them 20 marks.
64Westminster, 18th May, 1268.Walter de Capeles and Christiana his wife.John de la Leye and Alice his wife.A messuage and a carucate and a half of land in Knotton. Walter and Christiana and the heirs of Christiana to hold the tenement of John and Alice and the heirs of Alice for one clove gillie flower yearly; and Walter and Christiana gave John and Alice 10 marks.
59Westminster, 18th November, 1267.William TromwyneNicholas de Newenham and Agnes his wife.A messuage, an acre of land, and four acres of marsh in Herdewyk. William and his heirs to hold the tenement of Nicholas and Agnes and the heirs of Agnes for one penny yearly; and William gave to Nicholas and Agnes 100s.
181Nottingham, 20th May, 1269.John de BromshulfNicholas de Wulvelegg and Margery his wife.A bovate of land in Strungeshul. John and his heirs to hold the land of Nicholas and Margery and the heirs of Margery for 1d. yearly; and John gave to Nicholas and Margery 10 marks.
60Westminster, 6th October, 1270.William TrumwyneThomas de la Bruere and Alice his wife.Two messuages and twenty-four acres of land in Sandon. William and his heirs to hold the land of Thomas and Alice and the heirs of Alice for a pair of white gloves or 1d. yearly, and William gave to Thomas and Alice 20 marks.
65Salop, 30th September, 1272.Simon de PykestokWilliam, son of Roger de Mareschal, and Alice his wife.Third part of a messuage in Stafford. Simon and his heirs to hold the tenement of William and Alice and the heirs of Alice for a pair of white gloves or ½d. yearly; and Simon gave to William and Alice 4 marks.
182Warwick, 1st May, 1272.James de SomervilleJohn de SomervilleFourteen messuages and seven virgates of land in Siriscote. James acknowledges the said tenements, with the villains holding them, to be the right of John and his heirs, for which John granted that the said villains shall render yearly to James and Isabella his wife, for the lives of both James and Isabella, 6 marks.
183Lincoln, 3rd February, 1272.Philip, son of Ralph Basset of Sapecote.Ralph Basset of SapecoteTwo acres of land and a rent of 100s. in Cheddel. Philip and his heirs to hold the tenement of Ralph, rendering 6 marks yearly to Ralph during his life, and after the death of Ralph to hold it of the heirs of Ralph for 1d. yearly.
184Lincoln, 3rd February, 1272.Robert, son of Ralph Basset of Sapecote.Ralph Basset of SapecoteTwo acres and a rent of 100s. in Cheddel. Robert and his heirs to hold the tenement as in last Fine, No. 184.
185Lincoln, 3rd February, 1272.Thomas, son of Ralph BassetRalph Basset of SapecoteOne acre of land, and a rent of 100s., in Cheddel. Thomas and his heirs to hold the tenement as in Fine No. 184.
186Lincoln, 3rd February, 1272.Ralph, son of Ralph BassetRalph Basset of SapecoteSixty-two acres and a half of land, and a rent of 20l., in Cheddel. Ralph, son of Ralph, and his heirs to hold the tenement of Ralph Basset, rendering 15l. yearly to Ralph for his life, and after the death of Ralph, to hold it of the heirs of Ralph for one sparrow-hawk yearly.
187Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.William TromewyneNicholas de Newenham and Alice his wife.A messuage and half a virgate of land in Herdewyk, which is in the Parish of Sandon. William and his heirs to hold the tenement of Nicholas and Agnes and the heirs of Agnes for ½d. yearly; and William gave to Nicholas and Agnes 10 marks.
188Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Stephen le OrfevereThomas atte Castelyate and Letitia his wife.Half a messuage and a rent of 5s. in Stafford. Stephen and his heirs to hold the tenement of Thomas and Letitia and the heirs of Letitia for a rose and 5s. yearly; and Stephen gave to them 4 marks.
189Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.William de StaffordRobert de Weston and Joan his wife.Two messuages and a virgate of land in Donstone (Dunston). Robert and Joan remit all claim, for which William gave them 20 marks.
190Lichfield, 25th June, 1272.John de BromsulfWilliam, son of Henry de Kyngeston, and Matilda his wife.A messuage and seven acres of land in Kyngeston. John and his heirs to hold the tenement of William and Matilda and the heirs of Matilda for 13s. 0½d. yearly.
191Lichfield, 17th July, 1272.Benedict de ButerdonRobert de Saucheverel of Quikeshulle.Three messuages and six bovates of land in Quikeshulle. Benedict remits his claim, for which Robert grants him and his heirs a messuage and two bovates of land, which Simon, son of Michael, formerly held, for 1 lb. of cumin yearly.
192Lichfield, 15th July, 1272.William de BoloniaHenry le Carpenter and Raunilda his wife, and Ralph de Bruge and Matilda his wife.A burgage in Lichfield. The defendants remit their claim, for which William gives them a mark of silver.
193Lichfield, 17th July, 1272.William de le Wych and Joan his wife.German de Culverdesfenton and Eva his wife.A messuage and half a virgate of land in Culverdesfenton (Fenton Culverd). William and Joan remit their claim, for which German and Eva gave them 4 marks and 3s. 4d.
194Lichfield, 17th July, 1272.William Letherhose and Juliana his wife.William KockA messuage and ten acres of land in Lichefeld. William and Juliana remit their claim, for which William Kock gives them 40s.
195Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.William DurdentAdam de Alresawe and Eva his wife.The moiety of a messuage in Lychefeld. William and his heirs to hold the tenement of Adam and Eva for a rose yearly; and William gave them 60s.
196Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Simon de PykestokeHenry de Dotentone and Joan his wife.Twenty acres of land in Dotinton. Henry and Joan acknowledge the land to be an assart, lying between Ravensokestoking and the road belonging to John de Whetales, and with a piece lying between the land of John de Whetales and Richard Pychesford, &c., to be the right of Simon and his heirs, to be held of Henry and Joan for 2d. yearly; and Simon gave them 27 marks.
197Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.William de AtteleberghMagister William de AtteleberghTwo messuages and a carucate of land in Pakynton. Magister William to hold the tenement of William and his heirs for his life, rendering a rose yearly.
198Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Simon de ArleyThomas de Gorsthul and Cecilia his wife.A burgage and a rent of 2d. in Lycchefeld. Simon and his heirs to hold the tenement and rent of Thomas and Cecilia and the heirs of Cecilia for the service of a pair of white gloves yearly; and Simon gave them 50s.
199Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Bertram de BurgoRichard de Boreweston and Roes his wife.A messuage and eight acres of land in Ronton. Bertram and his heirs to hold the tenement of Richard and Roes and the heirs of Roes for a pair of white gloves yearly, or one halfpenny.
200Lichfield, 17th July, 1272.Richard de OkovereRobert de OkovereThe service which John de Verdun demanded for the moiety of the manor of Shene, Richard having been distrained, by default of Robert, to do suit at the Court of John at Auneton every three weeks, and of which suit Robert, who is medius between them, ought to acquit him. Robert acquits Richard of the suit, for which Richard gave him 12 marks.
201Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Richard Snou of SudlegWilliam le Forester of Adbaldeston and Emma his wife.Twenty-one acres of land in Adbaldeston. Richard and his heirs to hold the land of William and Emma and the heirs of Emma for a rose yearly; and Richard gave to William and Emma 4 marks.
202Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Robert de Acton and Margery his wife.Hugh de Leye of WhystoneThe nativity of the said Hugh. Robert and Margery admit Hugh to be a freeman, for which Hugh gave them 20s.
203Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Thomas, son of Thomas GerbotRichard de Hegynton and Margery his wife.A messuage in Stafford. Thomas and his heirs to hold it of Richard and Margery and the heirs of Margery for 6d. yearly; and Thomas gave Richard and Margery 26s.
204Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Ivo de MuttoneAdam de Lokene and Agnes his wife.Five acres of land and a rood of meadow in Gretewys (Gratwich). Ivo and his heirs to hold the land by Adam and Agnes and the heirs of Agnes for a halfpenny yearly; and Ivo gave to Adam and Agnes 5 marks.
205Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Robert de PypaWalter de Yoxhale and Alice his wife.Twelve acres in Parva Rideware. Walter and Alice acknowledge the land to be the right of Robert, to be held by Robert and his heirs of the chief lords of the fee for ever; and Robert gave to Walter and Alice 40s.
206Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.William de CavereswellRoes, widow of John DoylliThree virgates of land in Holm. William and his heirs to hold the land, of Roes and her heirs for 30s. yearly; and if William or any of his heirs shall be in arrear of any payment of the said rent, it shall be lawful for Roes and her heirs to distrain them by their chattels in Bylynton, as well as in Holm; and William gave the said Roes 30 marks.
207Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Philip, Abbot of CumbeThomas de Fonte of Little Penne, Robert de Hoggel, William de Croukewell, John Gilbert, William Gerveys, Simon Warin.Common of pasture in Trescoten (Trescott). Thomas and the others remit all claim.
208Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.David de Ronton and Idonia his wife.William de RontonSixty acres of land, five acres of meadow, and twelve acres of wood in Ronton. William and his heirs to hold the land of David and Idonea and the heirs of Idonea for 12d. yearly; and William gave David and Idonea 1 mark of silver.
209Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Hugh de CaveHenry de AppelbyA messuage and nineteen acres and a half of land in Thorp Constentyn. Hugh aud his heirs to hold the land of Henry and his heirs for one halfpenny yearly; and Hugh gave Henry 5 marks.
210Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Hugh de Cleydon, ChaplainAlexander le KyngA rent of 1 mark in Lycchefeld. Hugh releases his claim, for which Alexander gave him a sparrowhawk.
211Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Henry, son of Alan de Hudlesdale.Alan de Hudlesdale and Eduza his wife.A messuage and half a bovate of land in Calton. Henry and his heirs to hold the tenement of Alan and Eduza and the heirs of Eduza for 1d. yearly. (Endorsed, "William, son of Robert de Calton, put in his claim.")
212Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Magister John GyffardMaurice de Walton and Susanna his wife.Half a virgate of land in Walton. Maurice and Susanna remit all claim, for which Magister John gave them 5½ marks.
213Lichfield, 17th July, 1272.William, son of Robert de Wyrley.Richard de Pyrihale and Sarra his wife.Half a virgate of land in Little Barre. William and his heirs to hold the land of Richard and Sara, and the heirs of Sara, for one halfpenny yearly; and William gave to Richard and Sara 5 marks.
214Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Henry BredandaleRobert, son of Alexander de Mere, and Petronilla his wife.A third part of half a virgate of land in Woure, which Robert and Petronilla claimed as dower of Petronilla, of the freehold of William, son of William, formerly her husband. Robert and Petronilla remit their claim, for which Henry gave them 40s.
215Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Richard de Okovere and Beatrice his wife.William de IppestanesA third part of a messuage and four bovates of land in Dodintone, claimed by Richard and Beatrice as dower of Beatrice. Richard and Beatrice remit all claim, for which William gave them 4½ marks of silver.
216Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Roes, daughter of Richard the Miller.Robert, son of William de Longrug.A messuage, a virgate, and a noke of land in Longrug (Longridge). Roes to hold the tenement of Robert for her life, rendering 1d. yearly; and after the death of Roes, the tenement to remain to Robert her son and his issue; and if Robert, son of Roes, should die without heirs of his body, then to Richard his brother and his issue; and if Richard should die, &c., then to Thomas his brother and his issue; and if Thomas should die, &c., then to Nicholas his brother and his issue; and if Nicholas should die, &c., then to Juliana his sister and her issue.
217Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Nicholas, son of Robert de Honylegh.Hugh de Froddesham and Joan his wife.A virgate and twenty acres of land in Wonynton. Nicholas and his heirs to hold the land of Hugh and Joan and the heirs of Joan for one halfpenny yearly. And Nicholas gave to Hugh and Joan 18 marks.
218Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Stephen de SautRichard de Rowelawe, called to warranty by Henry de EnstoneA messuage, half a virgate, and six acres of land, and two acres of meadow in Saut (Salt). Stephen acknowledged the tenement to be the right of Richard, and granted him moreover half a virgate of land in the same vill, to be held by Richard and his heirs of Stephen and his heirs for 13d. yearly; and Richard gave to Stephen 40s.
219Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Thomas de FerrarsHenry de Seynmore (Seymour)Forty acres of land in Lokesle, and between the same Thomas and the same Henry, called to warranty by Walter, Abbot of Deulacress, respecting seven acres and a half of land in the same vill, and between the same Thomas and Henry, called to warranty by Peter Germain, respecting two acres and a half of land in the same vill. Thomas remits all claims, for which Henry gave him 25 marks.
220Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Henry de la Wode and Alice his wife.David de Cornerio of Ronton and his wife Idania.A messuage, seven acres of land, and one acre of moor in Ronton, Henry and Alice to hold the tenement of David and Idamia and the heirs of Idamia for 1d. yearly.
221Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Philip Noel and Alianora his wife.Richard Alwyne and Christiana his wife.A noke of land in Longedon. Philip and Alianora and the heirs of Philip to hold the land of Richard and Christiana and the heirs of Christiana for one halfpenny yearly. And Philip and Alianora gave Richard and Christiana 6 marks.
222Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Ralph de Wasteneys and Beatrice his wife.Simon de ActonTwo virgates of land in Acton, and between the said Ralph and Beatrice, complainants, and the same Simon, called to warranty by Adam de Parco and Cecilia his wife, and who warranted to them two virgates of land in the same vill; and between the same Ralph and Beatrice, complainants, and the same Simon, called to warranty by William de Englefeud, and Alice his wife, and who warranted to them two virgates of land in the same vill. Ralph and Beatrice remit their claim, for which Simon gave then 27 marks.
223Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Philip Noel and Alianora his wife.Robert Skyl and Juliana his wife.A messuage and six acres of land in Longedon. Philip and Alianora and the heirs of Philip to hold the tenement of Robert and Juliana and the heirs of Juliana for one halfpenny yearly. And Philip and Alianora gave to Robert and Juliana 5 marks.
224Lichfield, 1st July, 1272.Simon de PikestokJohn, son of Peter le Serjant, and Alice his wife.A messuage in Stafford. Simon and his heirs to hold the messuage of John and Alice and the heirs of Alice for a pair of white gloves yearly. And Simon gave John and Alice 9 marks.
225Lichfield, 3rd July, 1272.Philip de Chetewynde and Isabella his wife.Thomas de Ferars of LokesleyeAn ancient watercourse in Lockesleye. Philip and Isabella grant that Thomas may divert the watercourse, for which Thomas grants for himself and heirs that 14s. shall be paid yearly to Philip and Isabella and the heirs of Isabella, by the hands of the miller of the water mill of Lockesleye.
226Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Simon del CelerWilliam de Acoure and Alice his wife.Eleven acres and three roods of land in Mulewych. Simon and his heirs to hold the land of William and Alice and the heirs of Alice for one pair of white gloves, or 1d. yearly.
227Lichfield, 17th July, 1272.Amabilia, Prioress of BrewodeHenry de Park and Margery his wife.A rent of 16d. in Horsebrok. The Prioress and her Church of the Blessed Mary of Brewade, to hold the rent for ever in pure and perpetual alms.
228Lichfield, 17th July, 1272.Simon, son of William de Sparham, and Avice his wife.John de Sparham, Canon of Lichfield.Four messuages and seventy-two acres of land in Lichefeld, Abbenhale, and Newelond. John to hold the tenements of Simon and Avice and the heirs of Avice for his life, rendering 1 mark yearly. (Endorsed, "Margery, Isabella, Agnes, and Matilda, daughters of Odo de la Felde, put in their claim.")
229Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.John de WhytemoreNicholas, son of Robert de Stafford.Sixty acres of land and three acres of wood in Whytemore. John remits his claim, for which Nicholas gave him and his heirs, pasture for sixteen oxen or cows in his park of Maddeleye for ever, and free ingress by Le Cambeweye.
230Stafford, 22nd December, 1272.Nicholas de StaffordRoger, Prior of StanesAdvowson of the Church of Maddeleye-under-Lyme. Nicholas remits all claim, for which Roger gave him 10l.
231Lichfield, 26th June, 1272.John de Houton and Alianora his wife.William del Hurne of Aston and Edith his wife.A messuage and a noke of land in Aston, near Stanes. John and Alianora and the heirs of John to hold the tenement of William and Edith and the heirs of Edith for a rose yearly. And John and Alianora gave to William and Edith 10 marks.
232Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.Henry le Ken of HambyriWilliam de Tunstall and Christiana his wife.Three acres of meadow in Owenhull. Henry and his heirs to hold the land of William and Christiana and the heirs of Christiana for 6d. yearly; and Henry gave William and Christiana 4 marks.
233Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.Thomas Pavi and Alice his wife; Henry del Park and Margery his wife, and Henry de Wyverston and Philippa his wife.Geoffrey de BromleyeA messuage and twenty acres of land in Assheleye. The complainants remit all claim, for which Geoffrey gave them 6 marks.
234Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.Henry, son of John de WestonWilliam de Weston, ClerkA messuage, half a virgate of land, and six acres of land, and half an acre of meadow in Wavertune (Warton). William to hold the tenement of Henry and his heirs for his lifetime, rendering 2s. 4d. yearly, and to revert after the death of William to Henry and his heirs; and if Henry should die without issue, to remain to Nicholas, brother of Henry, and his heirs.
235Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.William HardinggeThomas de BrusewellTwo parts of half a virgate of land (except three acres) in Derneslowe. William remitted all claim, for which Thomas gave him 10 marks.
236Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.Hugh de Cave (Kava)Robert HarangA messuage and a virgate of land in Clyfton. Robert to hold the tenement of Hugh and his heirs for his lifetime for a rose yearly; and after the death of Robert to revert to Hugh and his heirs for ever.
237Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.Hugh MaunselReginald, Prior of La LaundeThe advowson of the Church of Patleshull. Hugh remits all claim, for which the Prior gave him 10l.
238Stafford, 22nd September, 1272.William de CavereswellNicholas le Chamberleng and Elizabeth his wife.A messuage and two bovates of land in Quikeshull. William to hold the tenement of Nicholas and Elizabeth and heirs of Elizabeth for a halfpenny yearly. And William gave Nicholas and Elizabeth 10l. (Endorsed, "Robert de Sautcheverel and Ralph de Sautcheverel put in their claim.")
239Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Henry del Park and Margery his wife.Adam, Abbot of BuldewazCommon of pasture in eighteen acres of land and one acre of meadow in Blumenhull. Henry and Margery remit all claim to common of pasture, and likewise to the land, and to the heath called Bradenheth.
240Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Amabilia, Prioress of BrewodeThomas Pavy and Alice his wifeThe moiety of a virgate of land and a rent of 16d. in Brewode. Thomas and Alice remit all claim.
241Lichfield, 26th July, 1272.William, son of Adam le Feytur.Adam le FeyturA burgage in Lycchefeld. William and his heirs to hold it of Adam and his heirs for a halfpenny yearly.
242Lichfield, 8th July, 1272.Roger de HalesHenry de Thornhull and Alianora his wifeA messuage and five acres of land in Denstone. Roger and his heirs to hold the tenements of Henry and Alianora and the heirs of Alianora for a rose yearly; and Roger gave Henry and Alianora 100s.
243Lichfield 17th July, 1272.Roger de Thouk and Joan his wife.Ralph de BurgoA carucate of land in Roddelowe. Ralph to hold the land for his lifetime of Roger and Joan and their heirs for a rose yearly, and after the death of Ralph, the tenement to revert to Roger and Joan and the heirs of Joan; and if Joan should die without issue, to revert to the heirs of Ralph, and of a scutage of 40s., 2s. at most to be paid for the land.
244Lichfield, 8th July 1272.Reginald de Morewhale, Chaplain.Robert Pyte and Agnes his wifeTwo messuages, ten acres of land, and the moiety of a messuage in Lycchefeld. Robert and Agnes to hold the tenement, excepting the said moiety, of Reginald and his heirs for the whole of the lives of the said Robert and Agnes, rendering 1d. yearly. To revert after their death to Reginald and his heirs.