Fines for divers and other counties
Edward II

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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W. J. Hardy & W. Page (editors)

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1892

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221-223

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'Fines for divers and other counties: Edward II', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 1: Richard I - Richard III (1892), pp. 221-223. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78832 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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EDWARD II. Divers Counties.

19. William de Morton, and Joan, daughter of Ralph le Pestour, of Woxebrigge, and Ralph de Fordyngbrigge, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Woxebrigge, Herefeld, and Couele, in the county of Middlesex, and premises in Deneham, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 2.

25. Richard le Hunte, and Agnes, his wife, and Richard de Tyele, and Cecilia, his wife, and Richard de Oxonia, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Woxebrigg, in the county of Middlesex, and land in Denham, in the county of Buckingham. Endorsed, Stephen Neel puts in his claim. Anno 3.

27. Henry de Suthcote, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Henry Spigurnel, and Sarah, his wife. Premises in Rishlip, Stanwelle, Harewes, Woxebrugg, Ickenham, Hylendon, Hermodesworth, and Suthcote, in the county of Middlesex, and Horton, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 3.

69. Walter le Taverner, of Woxebrugge, and Matilda, his wife, and John Joce, and Cristina, his wife. Premises in Ikenham, Tykenham, and Coleham, in the county of Middlesex, and land in Deneham, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 5.

85. John de Pelham, clerk, and Lambert de Thrikyngham, clerk. Premises in Harwe, in the county of Middlesex, and land in Oxeye, in the county of Hertford. Anno 7.

154. Robert atte Melne, of Stratford atte Bowe, and Joan, his wife, and Richard le Feure, of Brembeleye, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Westhamme, in the county of Essex, and in Brembeleye, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 11.

166. Isabella, widow of Hugh Bardolf, and Master James de Moun. The manor and advowson of Gretham, in the county of Southampton, the manor of Scouteby, in the county of Norfolk, premises in Edelmeton, in the county of Middlesex, the advowson of the church of Stapelford, in the county of Hertford, and a rent in Wengeton and Berwyk, in the county of Sussex. Anno 11.

187. John de Denum, and John, son of Geoffrey de Totenhale. Premises in Suth Mymmes, in the county of Middlesex, and North Mymmes, in the county of Hertford. Anno 13.

191. Hugh de Audele, and Margaret, his wife, and Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and Alianora, his wife. The manor of Rihale, in the county of Hertford (?), the manor of Retherfeld, and land in Retherfeld, in the county of Sussex, land in Westpek . . . ., Coubrigge (?), in the county of Kent, premises in Bisseye, in the county of Middlesex (sic), premises in Chelsham . . . . llingham, the advowsons of the churches of Caldecote and Berton St. Andrew, in the county of Norfolk, the advowson of the church of All Hallows the Great (Omnium Sanctorum magnæ), London, a moiety of a knight's fee in Esshe Reigne, and the manors of Langetrew and Chitilhampton, with exceptions, in the county of Devon, the manor of Bisseye, with exceptions, in the county of Hertford, the manor of Welde, with exceptions, in the county of Essex, the castle and manor of Newbury (de Novo Burgo), the manors of Stowe, Rempin (?), Diveleys, Maghay, and Freneboth, and premises in . . . . . . . Cortkarvan next Diveleys, Becaneslegh, and the vills of St. Briget (Sancta Brigida), St. Melan (Sancto Melano), and the advowson of the priory of Malpas (Malo Passu), and the churches of Maghay, . . . . . . . Anno 14.

249. Hugh le Despenser, and Ebulon Lestraunge, and Alice, his wife. The manors of Coleham, Woxebrigg', and Eggeswere, in the county of Middlesex, of the manors of Halton-on-Trent, Wadyngton (?), Lutton, Horbeling', Scarthou, Staynwath, Saltfletby, and le Frith, and the castle, manor, honour, and soke of Bolyngbrok, and premises in Bolyngbroke, Wyldemore, and the vill of St. Botolph, in the county of Lincoln, of the manors of Wardyngton, Byrncestr', and Middelyngton, in the county of Oxford, of the manor of Wadenho, in the county of Northampton, and of the castle and manor of Clyfford, and manor of Glasbury [in county of Salop]. Anno 18.

257. Walter, bishop of Exeter, and the prior of the house of St. Sepulchre, Warrewyk. Premises (described) in the parish of St. Clement Danes, Haringeye, and the advowson of the church of St. Clement Danes, London, and premises in Snytenfyld, in the county of Warwick. Anno 19.

EDWARD II. Various Counties.

17. John de Bloxham, and William de Cossale, clerk. The manor of Suthalle and rent in Harwe. (Remainders.) Anno 18.