Sussex Fines
11-15 Edward II

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Institute of Historical Research

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L.F. Salzmann (editor)

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1916

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34-52

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'Sussex Fines: 11-15 Edward II', An abstract of Feet of Fines for the County of Sussex: vol. 3: 1308-1509 (1916), pp. 34-52. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65798 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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11 Edward II.

1489. Maud de Clakton v. Adam de Lunemenstre; a messuage, 20 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in Lunemenstre and Polynge; to Maud for 20 marks. [Dorso] Agatha late the wife of William de Selkedon puts in her claim. (File 48. No. 1.)

1490. Nigel de la Faleyse, parson of the church of Old Shorham, v. John Bonet of New Shorham and Agnes his wife; 16 acres 3 roods of land in Old Shorham; to Nigel for 100 marks. (File 48. No. 2.)

1491. Robert le Spicer of Lewes and Sarra his wife v. William Erch; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 29 acres of meadow, 13 acres of wood, 30s. rent in Ryngmere and Berecompe; to Robert and Sarra to hold for their lives by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 48. No. 3.)

1492. John de Boudon and Joan his wife (by Richard de Boudon in place of Joan) v. Alan de Forham and Alice his wife; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 2 acres of wood, 4s. 6½d. rent in Hyfold; to John and Joan and heirs of John for 100 marks. [Dorso] The Prior of Boxegrave puts in his claim. (File 48. No. 4.)

1493. Edward de Sancto Johanne and Eve his wife v. William de Sancto Johanne; manors of Berlauynton, Lutegarshale, Verdelay, 5 virgates in Putteworth, Berlauinton, Wollauinton, Eggedene, Northmerdone, Eseburne, Totinton, Rustinton, Climpinge, Arundel, Warnecampe, Bodinge and Wassington; to Edward and Eve and heirs of Eve. (File 48. No. 5.)

1494. Walter de Bonwyk and Celeia his wife v. William son of William de Assheleye; a messuage and 30 acres in Horsham; to Walter and Celeia for £20. (File 48. No. 6.)

1495. William de Herlyngge v. Alexander son of Richard de Ratton; a messuage, a mill, 4 tofts, 104 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 60 acres of pasture, 42s. 11d. rent in Wylyngdon; Alexander remits to William two thirds of the premises and the reversion of the remaining third held in dower by Joan late the wife of Richard de Ratton, together with the homages and services of Robert Jop the elder, John Golynch, Richard Frost, John Norman, Richard atte H . . . ., John le Bunt, Simon atte Gate, William le Chapman, Isabel atte Hamme, John atte Forde and their heirs, for which William gives Alexander 100 marks. (File 48. No. 7.)

1496. John atte Chaumbre of Boxgraue v. William de Boxgraue; a messuage and 11½ acres in Halfnaked and Boxgraue; to John to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 48. No. 8.)

1497. William de Boxgraue v. Robert le Hore of Boxgraue and Mabel his wife; 3½ acres in Halfnaked; to William for 40s. (File 48. No. 9.)

1498. Agnes late the wife of John Bosse of Sefford v. John de Wykele, vicar of the church of Sefford; 8 messuages, 33 acres of land, 12d. rent in Sefford, Sutton, and Estburne; to Agnes for life, with remainder to William Bosse and Joan his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Agnes. (File 48. No. 10.)

1499. John de Foxle v. Geoffrey de Pickford; half the manor of Rumbaldeswyk and advowson of church of same vill; that Geoffrey should observe the agreement made between Richard de Pickford brother of Geoffrey, who is his heir, and the said John; Geoffrey remits to John for £100. (File 48. No. 11.)

1500. Alan le Chaumberleyn of Melton and Nigel son of William Payn of Angemarynge; a messuage in West Angemarynge; to Alan for 100s. (File 48. No. 12.)

1501. John de Pateneye and Lucy daughter of Adam Aylneth v. Adam Aylneth; a messuage, 30 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 8s. 3d. rent in Suntyngg; to Adam to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to John and Lucy and heirs of Lucy. (File 48. No. 13.)

1502. Nigel de Brok v. William de Bungeton and Alice his wife; a messuage, 16 acres of land, 14d. rent in Aleburne; to Nigel for 20 marks. (File 48. No. 14.)

1503. John de Ratendene and Agatha daughter of John de Hyndale (by William le Bretun, guardian of Agatha) v. Nicholas de la Heuse of Fletchyngg; a messuage, 100 acres of land, 9 acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood in Hurst Pyrepount and Wylemundesworth; to John and Agatha and heirs of body of Agatha, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 48. No. 15.)

1504. Ralf atte Fenne and Julian daughter of Robert de Threle v. James son of William atte Fenne; a messuage, 3 acres of land in La Niwebrugge; to Ralf for life, with remainder to Julian and her heirs. (File 48. No. 16.)

1505. John de Ifeld v. Thomas son of Thomas de Offynton; a messuage and 60 acres in Bradwater; to John and the heirs male of his body, with contingent remainders successively to Katherine daughter of said John, Joan younger sister of Katherine, and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of John. (File 48. No. 17.)

1506. William Petyt of Craule and Emma his wife v. Bartholomew de Granetye and Maud his wife; half of . . . ., 3 messuages, 30 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 5s. 7d. rent in Craule which Peter Ventre holds for life; reversion to William and Emma for their lives, with remainder to Agnes daughter of the said William and heirs of her body, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Emma. (File 48. No. 18.)

1507. Alexander son of Richard de Ratton and Sarra his wife v. William de Herlingge; a messuage, [a mill], 4 tofts, 104 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 60 acres of pasture, 42s. [11d.] rent in Wylyngdon; William grants to Alexander and Sarra and heirs of their bodies two-thirds of the premises with reversion of the other third, which is held in dower by Joan late the wife of Richard de Ratton, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Alexander. (File 48. No. 19.)

1508. Simon Caumbray the younger and William le Bakere v. Simon Caumbray of Bedyng, the elder, and William his son; 10 messuages, a garden, 2 virgates, 17 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 6s. 6d. rent in Brembr' and Bedynge; to Simon Caumbray of Bedyng for life, with remainder to William his son and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to right heirs of the said Simon. (File 48. No. 20.)

1509. William Lende v. Roger May and Agatha his wife; a messuage, 13 acres of land, 13d. rent in Ikelesham; to William for £20. (File 48. No. 21.)

1510. Stephen le Poer v. John Laurance of Wyk; 3 messuages, a mill, 28 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow in Wyk, Lonemenstre, and Hampton; John grants to Stephen a messuage, the mill, 22 acres of land, and 2½ acres of meadow, and reversions of a messuage, 2½ acres of land, half an acre of meadow which William Baril held for life, 2 acres which William le Browere held for life, half an acre which John Arnald and John his son held for life, a messuage which William Goion and Joan his wife and Alice their daughter held for life, half an acre which Richard atte Lane held for life, and half an acre which William le Man held for life, for which Stephen gives John Laurance 100 marks. William Baril is present and does fealty to Stephen; and Robert, John Arnald and John his son, William Goion and Joan and Alice, Richard and William le Man are dead, and Stephen acknowledges that he has obtained seisin of the tenements which they held for life. (File 48. No. 22.)

1511. Simon de Burghamme and Isabel his wife v. Simon le Vitte; a messuage and 4 acres in Salherst; to Simon and Isabel for their lives, with remainder to William de Berewyk and Cristine his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Simon de Burghamme. (File 48. No. 23.)

1512. John Maufe v. William Maufe; manors of Eghenton, Clauerham and Chitinglegh, and advowson of church of same manor of Chitynglegh; William remits to John the advowson and two-thirds of manors of Clauerham and Chitynglegh, with reversion of manor of Eghenton and other third of manors of Clauerham and Chitynglegh which Joan late the wife of William Maufe holds in dower, for which John gives William 200 marks. (File 48. No. 24.)

1513. Laurence le Keu of Pernstede and Agnes his wife (by William de Northwyk in place of Agnes) v. Richard atte Nasshe of Westbourne; a messuage and a virgate in Westbourne which Isabel late the wife of Adam atte Nasshe of Westbourne holds for life; reversion of the premises to Laurence and Agnes and heirs of their bodies; with contingent remainder to right heirs of Laurence. (File 48. No. 25.)

1514. Thomas Jardyn and Sarra his wife v. Geoffrey de la Felde; half the manor of Denton by Bisshopeston and advowson of half the church of the same manor; to Thomas and Sarra and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to Joan sister of Thomas and her heirs. (File 48. No. 26.)

1515. Nicholas de la Beche v. John Maufe; two-thirds of manor of Clauerham; to Nicholas for 200 marks. (File 48. No. 27.)

1516. Bartholomew de Badelesmere (by Adam de Brom) v. John Maufe; manor of Eyghinton which Joan late the wife of William Maufe holds in dower; reversion of the manor to Bartholomew for £80. (File 48. No. 28.)

1517. William son of Eustace de Cessingeham and Eleanor his wife v. Adam le Coggere and Mabel his wife; a messuage and 15 acres in Wythyhamme and Gromenebregge; to William and Eleanor and heirs of William for £10. (File 48. No. 29.)

1518. Robert de Lymborn v. Edward de Dorkyng, chaplain, and John atte Lee; a messuage and 1 virgate in Fytelworth and Stopeham; to Robert for life, with remainder to Richard de Rotford and Julian his wife and heirs of Julian. (File 48. No. 30.)

1519. William de Watergate and Felice his wife and William their son (by William de Watergate in place of Felice and William) v. William Hamund of Raketon; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow in Raketon; William Hamund grants to William, Felice and William and heirs of the body of William the son 7 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow and the reversion of the messuage, 33 acres of land and 3 acres of meadow which Mabel late the wife of Henry Hamund holds for life, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William de Watergate. (File 48. No. 31.)

1520. John Maufe v. William Maufe; two-thirds of manor of Chitinglegh; to John for life, with remainder to Nicholas de la Beche and his heirs. (File 48. No. 32.)

1521. Nicholas de la Beche v. John Maufe; a third of manors of Chityngelegh and Clauerham which Joan late the wife of William Maufe holds in dower; reversion of the said third to Nicholas for 100 marks. (File 48. No. 33.)

1522. William de Ichinton and Goda Marchaunt v. Reginald Wot and Alice his wife; 5½ acres in Ikelesham; to William and Goda and heirs of their bodies to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent remainder to Reginald and Alice and heirs of Alice. (File 48. No. 34.)

1523. Robert de Ardern and Nicholaa his wife (by Stephen de Strafford in place of Nicholaa) v. Isabel Bardolf; a messuage, 8 carucates of land, £15 rent in Adburton, Alebourn, Wodemanecote, Hangelton and Bolne; Isabel grants to Robert and Nicholaa and heirs of their bodies, to hold by payment to Isabel during her life of £80 yearly at feasts of Purification and Nativity of St. John Baptist, and by render to her heirs after her death of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent remainders successively to William-son of Robert Bouteuilleyn, Robert brother of the same William, Margery daughter of Hugh Bardolf and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent reversion to Isabel and her heirs. [Dorso] Thomas son of Hugh Bardolf puts in his claim. (File 48. No. 35.)

1524. John de Sutton and Joan his wife and John their son v. Reginald de Reygate and Julian his wife; a messuage and 20 acres in Berewyk; to John and Joan and John and heirs of John de Sutton for 20 marks. (File 48. No. 36.)

1525. Isabel daughter of William Haket v. William atte Rugge; 2 messuages, 18 acres of land in the vill of St. Botulph and Aunyngedone by Brembre; to Isabel to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with remainder to Joan daughter of Isabel and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to Alice sister of Joan, John brother of Alice and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent reversion to William and his heirs. (File 48. No. 37.)

1526. Robert Whetebred of Sutton v. Robert le Fauconer and Julian his wife and Robert le Stel and Margery his wife; a messuage, 30 acres of land and 30 acres of heath in Walderne; to Robert Whetebred and heirs of his body, with contingent remainders successively to William Whetebred, Roger Whetebred, Isabel Whetebred and heirs of their bodies, with further contingent remainder to Walter Whetebred and his heirs. (File 48. No. 38.)

1527. Walter de Walpol and Warina de Culverden v. William Cach of Retherfelde and Alice his wife; 50 acres in Retherfelde; to Walter and Warina and heirs of Walter for 20 marks. (File 48. No. 39.)

1528. Ralf Stacy v. Robert le Tannere of New Shorham and Joan his wife; 3½ acres in Kyngeston by New Shorham; to Ralf for 60s. (File 48. No. 40.)

1529. Henry de Estden v. William le Frye of Westerton; 2 messuages and 22 acres in Hamptenette and Westerton; to William to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Henry and his heirs. [Dorso] William son of William le Frye of Westerton puts in his claim. (File 48. No. 41.)

1530. Isabel late the wife of Hugh Bardolf v. Master James de Moun; manor and advowson of Gretham in Southants, manor of Scrouteby in Norfolk, 16 acres of meadow and 10s. rent in Edelineton in Middlesex, advowson of Stapelford in Herts, £12 rent in Wengeton and Berwyk in Sussex; to Isabel for life, remainder to Thomas Bardolf and his heirs. (D.C.: File 31. No. 166.)

12 Edward II.

1531. William atte Lane of Fissheburne and Laurence de Rusteton v. Roger Papillon; a messuage, 25 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow and two-thirds of a mill in Bradebrigg' by Boseham; to Roger to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and Laurence and heirs of William. (File 49. No. 1.)

1532. William de Batesford v. Simon Gyles and Alice his wife; a mill and 4 acres in Warbelton; to William for 20 marks. (File 49. No. 2.)

1533. William de Watergate and Felice his wife v. Henry de Stoghton; a messuage, a mill, 8 acres of land, 16 acres of wood in Upmerdon; to William and Felice and heirs of William. (File 49. No. 3.)

1534. Gilbert de Boys v. John de Ratedene and Alice and Maud daughters of the same John (by Thomas de Hauerhill guardian of Alice and Maud by the King's writ); a messuage, 80 acres of land, 80 acres of pasture in Bisshopespreston and Britelmeston; to John, with remainder to Alice and the heirs of her body, with contingent remainders in succession to Maud, Agatha sister of Maud, John son of John de Hyndale and the heirs of their bodies, with contingent reversion to right heirs of John de Ratedene. (File 49. No. 4.)

1535. Andrew de Medestede v. Stephen de Bidyndenne and Isabel his wife; a messuage, 5 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow in Westferl; Stephen and Isabel grant to Andrew two-thirds of the premises and reversion of the remaining third which Maud atte Welle held in dower of the heritage of Isabel, for which Andrew gives them 20 marks. This fine was made after the death of the said Maud, so that Andrew acknowledged that he was seised of the said third which Maud held in dower. (File 49. No. 5.)

1536. John Frere of Ihamme (by Martin G[er]meyn) v. William Geffrey; 10 acres in Icleshamme which William atte Strode and Joan his wife hold in dower of Joan of heritage of William Geffrey; reversion to John Frere for 10 marks. (File 49. No. 6.)

1537. Thomas Tregoz v. William Tuseman of Goryng and Alice his wife; a messuage, 2 acres 3 roods in Goryng; to William and Alice to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Thomas and his heirs. (File 49. No. 7.)

1538. William son of William de Strode v. William Geffrey; 15 acres in Ikelesham which [William] atte Strode and Joan his wife hold in dower of Joan of heritage of William Geffrey; reversion to William son of William for 20 marks. (File 49. No. 8.)

1539. John son of Robert Lucas of Launcyng v. Lucy late the wife of Robert Lucas of Launcyng; a messuage, 30 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 5 acres of wood, and 50 acres of pasture in Stenyng; to John for 40 marks. (File 49. No. 9.)

1540. John le Ventre and Elena his wife v. Simon le Ventre; a messuage and half a virgate in Rousparre; to John and Elena and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John. [Dorso] William son of John le Ventre puts in his claim. (File 49. No. 10.)

1541. Hugh de Nevill (by Nicholas Kempe) v. Ralph Gyffard and Egidia his wife; 22 messuages, 233 acres 3 roods of land, 32½ acres of meadow in Warnecaumpe; to Hugh for 200 marks. (File 49. No. 11.)

1542. Master Peter de Dene (by Robert Malemeyns) v. John de Beuerington; 2 messuages, 48 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow in Pedingho; to Peter for 10 marks. (File 49. No. 12.)

1543. Richard Poteman and Alice his wife v. Richard Byrchet; a messuage and 33 acres in Fristone and Estdene; to Richard and Alice and heirs of Alice. (File 49. No. 13.)

1544. William le Wykere and Agnes his wife v. Walter Bogyng, chaplain; a messuage and 3 tofts in West Wyttring; to William and Agnes for their lives with remainder to Ann daughter of the said Agnes for 10 marks. (File 49. No. 14.)

1545. Henry de Dureford and Joan his wife v. Thomas de Middelton and Margaret his wife; 14 acres of land, 4 acres of wood, and 2 acres of aldergrove (alneti) in Tratyton; to Thomas and Margaret and heirs of Thomas for 20 marks. (File 49. No. 15.)

1546. Vincent Pounteys and Maud his wife and Richard their son v. James Pounteys; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 5 acres of wood, 18d. rent and a rent of 2 hens in Geslyng; to Vincent and Maud and Richard and heirs of the body of Richard, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Vincent. (File 49. No. 16.)

1547. Stephen Alard v. William de Stukkelyng; a messuage, 81 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 14 acres of wood, 9d. rent, and a rent of one pound of cummin in Farlegh and Brightelyngg'; to Stephen for life, with remainder to Robert son of Stephen and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder in succession to Stephen brother of Robert, Nicholas his brother, and heirs of their bodies, with contingent reversion to right heirs of Stephen Alard. (File 49. No. 17.)

1548. William Broun and Felice his wife v. John de Stoke of Louente and Agnes his wife; a messuage and 21 acres in Middellouente and Estlouente; to William and Felicia and heirs of William for £20. (File 49. No. 18.)

1549. Mathew de Knelle and Margaret his wife (by Henry de Thurston) v. Geoffrey Solace; half the manor of Knelle; to Mathew and Margaret and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Mathew. (File 49. No. 19.)

1550. Joan late the wife of William Seman (by Martin Germein) v. William Geffrey; a messuage, 15 acres and 11s. rent in Icleshamme which William Atte Strode and Joan his wife hold in dower of Joan of heritage of William Geffrey; reversion to Joan late the wife of William Seman for 100 marks. (File 49. No. 20.)

1551. William le Lomb v. Richard le Gladiere and Isabel his wife; a messuage in Shorham; to William for 100s. (File 49. No. 21.)

1552. Peter de Roteham and Alice his wife v. John de Boys; a messuage, a mill, 80 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 3 acres of pasture, 5 acres of aldergrove (alneti) and 20s. rent in Westaschlinge; to Peter and Alice and heirs of Peter. (File 49. No. 22.)

13 Edward II.

1553. Ralph de Cobeham (by John Talebot) v. Walter Jugge; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow in Westmeston; to Ralph for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 1.)

1554. Ralph de C[obe]ham (by John Talebot) v. Robert de Frekebergh; 2 messuages, 290 acres of land, 17 acres of meadow, 10s. rent in Wyuelesfeld and Dychenyngh; to Ralph for 10 marks. (File 50. No. 2.)

1555. John Bucher and Alice his wife v. John Bunde and Julian his wife; a messuage in Hukkefeld; to John and Alice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John Bucher. (File 50. No. 3.)

1556. Robert de Akenham, chaplain, v. William de Tendring and Margaret his wife; the manors of Wyke and Sonde; to William and Margaret and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Margaret. (File 50. No. 4.)

1557. Alexander Hamund and Isabel his wife v. Richard de Sutyngton; a messuage and 88 acres in Buxle; to Alexander and Isabel and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Alexander. (File 50. No. 5.)

1558. John de Foxle v. Geoffrey de Pycheford; 2 messuages, 4 gardens, 110 acres of land, 14 acres of meadow, 6 acres of pasture, 4 acres of wood, 6s. 8d. rent in la Grenestrete, la Graue and Ouyngge, which Alice late the wife of Geoffrey de Pycheford holds for life; reversion to John for £100. (File 50. No. 6.)

1559. William Waleys v. William son of William Waleys; a messuage and 50 acres in Maghefeld; to William Waleys to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William son of William and his heirs. (File 50. No. 7.)

1560. William de Grundewell v. Thomas Space and Edith his wife; a messuage and 7½ acres of land in Falgham; to William for 40s. (File 50. No. 8.)

1561. Elias de Cherleton and Benedicta his wife (by William de Wyndesore) v. William de Lucy; a messuage, 1 virgate of land, half an acre of meadow in Rogate; to Elias and Benedicta and heirs of the body of Elias, with contingent remainder to William son of William de Cherleton. (File 50. No. 9.)

14 Edward II.

1562. Sarra late the wife of John de Stoke v. William Brown and Felice his wife; a messuage and 21 acres in Middellouente and Estlouente; to Sarra for 100s. (File 50. No. 10.)

1563. John de Hastynges (by Robert de Lalleford) v. John Bernard, parson of the church of Wenreret and Ralph de Bockyng; two-thirds of the manors of Wolbedyng and Hamptonet: John Bernard and Ralph, for £40, remit to John de Hastynges, the two-thirds of Wolbedyng to be held of the King, the two-thirds of Hamptonet to be held of the lord of that fee. This fine, so far as Wolbedyng is concerned, was made by command of the King. (File 50. No. 11.)

1563.* Similar fine between same parties for reversion of the remaining third of the two manors, held by Edward de St. John and Eve his wife in dower of Eve. (File 50. No. 26.)

1564. John le Vesseler of Chytehurst v. Richard Mulet of Chytehurst; a messuage and 23 acres in Chytehurst; to John for life, with remainder to John brother of Robert le Vesseler and heirs of his body, with contingent remainder to Alice sister of the same John and heirs of her body, with further contingent remainder to Richard de Slefhurst and his heirs. (File 50. No. 12.)

1565. Walter Purden v. Richard de Sengelton and Joan his wife; 13 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow, 1 acre of wood, 18d. rent in Sengelton; Richard and Joan remit to Walter the premises with the homage and service of William son of John de Sengelton and his heirs for the tenements which he held of them there for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 13.)

1566. Robert de Guneshedde and Sarra his wife v. John Shyngel; a messuage and half a virgate in Wysberghe; to Robert and Sarra and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Robert. (File 50. No. 14.)

1567. Richard de Hangelton v. Julian de Putlegh; a messuage, 150 acres of land, 28s. rent in Aldrington and Hangelton; to Richard for 100 marks. (File 50. No. 15.)

1568. Nicholas de la Beche and Joan his wife (by Nicholas de Stapelton) v. William de Echyngham; manor of Oldecurt which Sibyl de Fenes holds for term of her life; reversion of manor to Nicholas and Joan and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Nicholas. (File 50. No. 16.)

1569. William de Rogate v. Ralph de Camoys and Elizabeth his wife; 12 messuages, a mill, 10 virgates of land, 108s. 2¼d. rent in Rogate, Dydelyng, Tratyngton, Tordewyk, Dureford, Hertyng, Chidehurst, Demesford, Dudebergh, and Ipyng; to William to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Ralph and Elizabeth and heirs of Elizabeth. (File 50. No. 17.)

1570. Robert son of Robert de Codham v. Roger de la Cleye and Isabel his wife; a messuage and 1 carucate in Rugewyk; to Robert for £10. (File 50. No. 18.)

1571. John Testard of Stenyng and Julian his wife v. Simon de Lytlyngton; a messuage, 80 acres of land, 30s. rent in Stenyng; to John and Julian and heirs of John. (File 50. No. 19.)

1572. William de Croftes and Joan his wife v. John de Gundevile; a messuage and 1 carucate in Kenredeford; to William and Joan and heirs of the body of William (sic), with contingent remainder to John son of the said William and heirs of his body, with further contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 50. No. 20.)

1573. Maud late the wife of William de Sneylham v. Thomas de Weiuyle and Joan his wife; 2 messuages, 2 mills, 183 acres of land, 9 acres of meadow, 84 acres of wood, 21 acres of pasture, 60s. 11d. rent and rent of 17 hens and 200 eggs, and the third part of a mill in Cattesfeld, Batayle, Wylyndon and Horseye, and advowson of the church of Catesfeld; to Maud to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to Thomas and Joan and heirs of Joan. (File 50. No. 21.)

1574. Andrew Mori of Suntyngg' v. Thomas de Norton and Maud his wife; a messuage, 22 acres of land, and 2 acres of meadow in Lunemenstre and Palyngg'; to Andrew for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 22.)

1575. Bartholomew de Badelesmere (by Henry de Sturreye) v. John son of Geoffrey de Pycheford; manor of Drayton which Alice late the wife of Geoffrey de Pycheford holds for term of her life; reversion to Bartholomew for £100. [Dorso] Geoffrey de Pycheford, brother and heir of Richard de Pycheford, puts in his claim. John de Foxle puts in his claim. (File 50. No. 23.)

1576. John Shyngel of Thacham v. John atte Stocke of Wassington and Laurencia his wife; 4 acres 3 roods of land, 17½d. rent, and rent of 4 horse-shoes and half a pound of wax in Wassington; to John Shyngel for £10. (File 50. No. 24.)

1577. Robert de Estden and Rose his wife (by William de Northwyk) v. Richard de la Felde; a messuage, 70 acres of land, 5 acres of meadow, 5s. rent in Iselesham and Yabeton, and advowson of a fourth part of the church of Iselesham; to Robert and Rose and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Robert. (File 50. No. 25.)

1578. Walter de Stoke v. Walter son of Philip de Beccheleye; a messuage and half a virgate in Bolne; to Walter de Stoke for life, with remainder to his son Walter and Joan his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to Richard brother of Walter son of Walter, with fourth contingent remainder to right heirs of Walter de Stoke. (File 50. No. 27.)

1579. John atte Fenne and Maud his wife v. Thomas de Mundham; 9 messuages, 3 mills, 80 acres of land in Pageham; to John and Maud and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of John, for 100 marks. (File 50. No. 28.)

1580. William son of John Walrond v. John Walrond of Horstede Kaynes and Agnes his wife; a messuage and 40 acres in Flethchinge [sic]; to John and Agnes to hold for life by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with reversion to William and his heirs. (File 50. No. 29.)

1581. William le Chaumberleyn v. Richard son of John le Conuers and Denise his wife, and Robert le Conuers and Sibyl his wife; 30 acres 3 roods of land, 6s. 6d. rent in Eshete and Midhurst; to William for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 30.)

1582. Thomas son of Ralph de Heuere and Alesia his wife v. Edward de Bechesworth and Simon son of William de Heuere; manor of Shepewyke by Cycestr'; to Thomas and Alesia and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Thomas. (File 50. No. 31.)

1583. Robert Michel and Agnes his wife (by Robert Malemaynes) v. Hugh Russel; a messuage, 4 virgates of land, 9s. 4d. rent in Kyngeston by Shorham, Suthwyk and Porteslade; to Robert and Agnes and heirs of Robert. (File 50. No. 32.)

1584. John de Barton v. Stephen Benet of Ukfeld; a messuage, 28 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 4 acres of wood in Isefeld; to John for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 33.)

1585. Julian late the wife of Richard atte Putte (by William Papiloun) v. Walter le Wolf; a messuage, 40 acres of land, 1 acre of meadow in Wassyngton; to Julian for life, with remainder to William atte Putte and Julian his wife and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. (File 50. No. 34.)

1586. Robert de Peplesham and Joan his wife and John their son (by John de Monyton in place of Joan, and Niel Payn guardian of John) v. Robert de Crogham; 110 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 7 acres of wood, 4s. rent in B[e]xle; to Robert and Joan and John and heirs of body of John, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Robert. (File 50. No. 35.)

1587. Hugh de Audele the younger and Margaret his wife v. Hugh le Despenser the younger and Eleanor his wife; manor of Rihale in Rutland, manor of Retherfeld with 7000 acres of wood in Retherfeld in Sussex, [ ] thousand acres of wood in Westpekham and Tonbrigge in Kent, 300 acres of pasture, 200 acres of wood in Bisseye in Middlesex, 3 knights' fees in Chelsham and Warlingham in (Surrey), advowsons of Caldecote and Berton St. Andrew in Norfolk, advowson of All Saints the Great, London, half a knight's fee in Esshe Reigne and manors of Langetrewe and Chitilhampton, except 73¼ knights' fees and a twenty [ ] part of a fee in the same manors, and the hundred of Wynkele in the manor of Chitilhampton and the advowson of the church of Langetrewe in Devon, manor of Bisseye, excepting 300 acres of pasture and 200 acres of wood, in Herts, a knight's fee in Welde and the manor of Welde, except 5½ knights' fees, in Essex; to Hugh de Audele and Margaret and heirs of Margaret, in exchange for the castle and manor of Novo Burgo, manors of Stowe, Rempni, Dineleys, Maghay and Freneboth, and 3¾ knights' fees in [ ] Cortkarnan by Dineleys, Becaneslegh, the towns of St. Brigid and St. Melan, advowsons of churches of Maghay, Lanihangel in Wenthelok, and of priory de Malo Passu. (D.C.: File. 31. No. 191.)

1588. John de Hastynges (by Robert de Lalleford) v. John Bernard, rector of church of Wenreret, and Ralph de Bockyng; two-thirds of manor of Okhangre in Southants, and of manor of Westcote in Surrey, and of a messuage, one carucate of land and £6 rent in Billyngesthurst and Slyndefold in Sussex; to John de Hastynges for 100 marks. (D.C.: File 31. No. 192.)

1588*. Similar fine for the reversion of the remaining third of these estates, held by Edward de St. John and Eve his wife in dower. (D.C.: File 32. No. 204.)

1589. Edmund de Passele and Margaret his wife and Thomas their son (by Durand de Wydmerpol, guardian of Thomas) v. Stephen de Oteringden and John de Cantuar, chaplain; a messuage, 2 mills, 2 carucates of land, £20 rent in Idenne, Pleydenne, Pesemersh, Beckele, Iwhurst, Northihamme, Cattisfeld, Holynton and the township of St. Andrew of Hastynges, advowson of chapel of La Legh, manor of Farnlegh—excepting the advowson of the church—in Sussex, a messuage, a mill, 3 carucates of land, £30 rent in Rolwyndenne, Feyrefelde, Broclonde, Middele Bulewaremersh, Newecherche, Demecherche, Seinte Mariecherche, Aldynton, Bilsyngton, Rokynge, Iuecherche, Wyghtrichesham, Hope All Saints and Lymene in Kent; to Edmund, Margaret and Thomas and heirs of body of Thomas, with contingent remainders to Edmund, brother of Thomas, and heirs of his body, or right heirs of Edmund de Passele. (D.C.: File 31. No. 200.)

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1590. Ralph de Oklinge and Joan his wife v. Thomas de Middelton; 2 messuages and 3 acres in Seford and Sutton; to Ralph and Joan and heirs of Joan. (File 50. No. 36.)

1591. Hugh de Hydenye and Cristina his wife v. Walter Strod; 15 acres of land and pasture for 100 sheep in Estdene by Seford which William le Cok and Petronilla his wife hold for life; reversion to Hugh and Cristina and heirs of Hugh for £20. (File 50. No. 37.)

1592. Geoffrey de Ledes and Isabel his wife (by William de Hurst) v. Nigel Coppeden of Punde; 2 messuages, 8 virgates of land, 2 acres of meadow in Chudeham and Estasshelyng; to Geoffrey and Isabel and heirs of Geoffrey for 40 marks. (File 50. No. 38.)

1593. Joan late the wife of Henry atte Felde v. Richard atte Felde; a messuage, 1 carucate of land, 12 acres of meadow, 3s. rent in Slyndefolde; to Joan for life, with remainder to Richard son of Joan and his heirs. (File 50. No. 39.)

1594. Thomas de Dydelyngg' v. Ralph de Cameys; a messuage, 5 virgates of land, 7s. 8d. rent in Dydelyngg'; to Thomas and heirs of his body to hold by render of a rose at Nativity of St. John Baptist, with contingent reversion to Ralph and his heirs. (File 50. No. 40.)

1595. John de Somerton v. William de Arlegh and Sibyl his wife; a messuage in Neweshorham; to John for 100s. (File 50. No. 41.)

1596. Thomas le Waleys and Alice his wife v. William de Mundham; 3 messuages, 3 virgates, 2 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 14s. rent in Terryngg', Saluyngton, Goryngg', Horsham and Arundell; to Thomas and Alice for life, with remainder to Joan, Beatrice and Alice, daughters of Thomas, and heirs of body of Joan, with contingent remainder to right heirs of Thomas. (File 50. No. 42.)

1597. Edmund de Passeleye v. William de Bokherst and Isabel; 25 acres in Tichesherst; to Edmund for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 43.)

1598. Peter de Rousparre v. Richard son of Hugh de Langenhurst and Alice his wife; a messuage, half a virgate of land, 2s. 7d. rent in Rousparre; to Peter for 40s. (File 50. No. 44.)

1599. Adam son of Simon atte Crouche of Chiltyngtone and Julian his wife (by William Papelion) v. John Raulot and Agnes his wife; 2 acres in Wistenestone; to Adam and Julian and heirs of Adam for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 45.)

1600. Geoffrey le Bakere (by Geoffrey de Shireburn) v. Gilbert le Bakere; a messuage and a mill in the suburb of Cicestr'; to Geoffrey for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 46.)

1601. Philip de Melton and Katherine his wife v. William atte Lowe of Wisteleston; two-thirds of a messuage and of 1 carucate of land, excepting 1 acre, in Wisteleston; and v. the same William whom Philippa late the wife of Hugh atte Lowe called to warrant for the remaining third; to William for 25 marks. (File 50. No. 47.)

1602. William son of William de Lychepole and Alice his wife v. Richard le Vesk of Stenynge; a messuage, 70 acres of land, 20 acres of pasture in Stenynge and Brembre; to William and Alice and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to right heirs of William. [Dorso] Andrew de Lychepole puts in his claim. (File 50. No. 48.)

1603. William le Tauerner of Huniston and Thomas his son (by Godfrey de Huniston) v. Simon son of Boniface de Slyndon; a messuage, 60 acres of land, 2 acres of wood in Braclesham; Simon, for 80 marks, remits to William and Thomas and heirs of the body of Thomas, with contingent remainders in succession to William and Godfrey, brothers, Margaret, Katherine, Isabel, Cecily, sisters of Thomas, the heirs of their bodies, and the right heirs of William le Tauerner. (File 50. No. 49.)

1604. Thomas de Lytlyngton and Joan his wife and Roger son of said Thomas v. Simon, rector of church of Litlyngton; manor of Litlyngton and advowson of church; to Thomas and Joan for life, with remainder to Roger and heirs of Thomas. (File 50. No. 50.)

1605. Richard le Mareschal and Maselina his wife v. Thomas le Mareschal; a messuage and 35 acres in Estherstmounceaus; to Richard and Maselina and heirs of their bodies, with contingent remainder to heirs of Maselina. (File 50. No. 51.)

1606. Richard atte Felde v. William son of Joan Maleuill; 2 messuages, 15 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 3s. rent and the third part of a garden in Terryngg', Duryngton and Bradewatre; to Richard for 20 marks. (File 50. No. 52.)