Fines for divers and other counties
Edward III

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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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224-230

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'Fines for divers and other counties: Edward III', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 1: Richard I - Richard III (1892), pp. 224-230. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78833 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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EDWARD III. Divers Counties.

29. John de Haye, parson of the church of Dachet, and Thomas Durdent. The manor of Denham Durdent, in the county of Buckingham, and land in Herfeld, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders.) Anno 1.

49. Augustine le Waleys, of Woxebrigge, and Matilda, his wife, and Richard le Hunte, of Woxebrigge, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Coleham, in the county of Middlesex, and land in Denham, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 3.

61. Robert de Cheddeworth, and William de Parco, and Robert de Veer, Earl of Oxford. The castle of Hengham, and manors of Hengham, Sibille, Colne, Benetlegh, Gelham, Kaneford, Dounham, Fyngre, Dodyngherst, Bumpstede, in the county of Essex, and the manor of Kensyngton, in the county of Middlesex, the manors of Campes Abyton and Suxton, in the county of Cambridge, the manors of Langeleye and Bradeleye, in the county of Berks, the manors of Chesham and Culverton, in the county of Buckingham, the manors of Laneham Overhalle, Laneham Netherhalle, and Andham, in the county of Suffolk. (Remainders). Anno 4.

72. Elizabeth, widow of John de Spyneye, and Master John de Everdon. Premises in Harewe, in the county of Middlesex, and in Wymeldon, in the county of Surrey. (Remainders.) Anno 3.

146. Robert Parninges, and William de Denum, the elder. Premises in Suthmymmes, in the county of Middlesex, and in Northmymmes, in the county of Hertford. Anno 6.

171. Robert de Langeton, and Margaret, his wife, and Henry, son of Adam de . . . . . A third part of the manor of Langeton, in the county of Leicester, premises in Hendon, in the county of Middlesex, premises in Walton in le Dale, the manor of Hyndelegh, and the moiety of the manor Goldbury, in the county of Lancaster. Anno 9.

203. Stephen de Gravesende, bishop of London, and William Vigerous, parson of the church of Lopham, and William Mogge, parson of the church of Wyleye. Premises in Chaldewell and Suthmenstre, in the county of Essex, and in Fulham, in the county of Middlesex. Endorsed, Thomas de Gravesende puts in a claim. (Remainders). Anno 11.

223. Sir Nicholas de Cantilupo, chivaler, and Sir Roger Lestraunge, chivaler. The castle of Clifford, and manors of Clifford, Glasbury, . . . . ., and the advowson of the priory of Clifford, in the county of Hereford, the manors of Colham, Woxbrigge, and Eggeswere, in the county of Middlesex, the manors of Halton-upon-Trent, and Alkebarewe, and the advowson of the chapel of the same manor of Halton, and the church of Halton, in the county of Lincoln, and the manor of Wadenho, and advowson of the church of the same manor, in the county of Northampton. (Remainders). Anno 11.

267. Roger de Bedefeld, and Matilda, his wife, and Nicholas, their son, and Gracianus le Palmere, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Kentissheton, and the parish of St. Giles of the Lepers, without the Bar of the Old Temple, London, in the county of Middlesex, and in Leyton, in the county of Essex. Anno 13.

273. Nicholas de la Despense, and Elias de Saunford, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Stanewell, in the county of Middlesex, and Horton, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 14.

278. Sir John de Pulteneye, knight, and Sir Philip de Columbers, chivaler, and Alianora, his wife. The manors of Penshurst and Yenesfeld, and premises in Alyngton, Aylesford, Boxlee, Dytton, Maydestan, Estmallyng, Barmlynge, Offeham, Tunstall, Bradegate, Milstede, Boydenne, Uppecherche, Sydyngbourn, Elmelee, Tonge, Iwade, Leysdon, and Eastcherche, in the Isle of Shepeye, in the county of Kent, and the manor of Popeler, in the county of Middlesex. Endorsed, Stephen de Cobeham, and Margaret, his wife, and Henry, their son, put in their claims. (Remainders). Anno 13.

280. John, parson of the church of Cudynton, and Thomas Steward, chaplain, and Sir John Neirnuyt. The manor of Fletemershton, and premises in la Graye, and the advowson of the church of Fletemershton, and Pychelesthorn, in the county of Buckingham, premises with a mill in Ashwelle and Henxsteworthe, in the county of Hertford, and premises with a mill in Hakeneye and Stebenhythe, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders). Anno 14.

287. John de Dureme, and Thomas de la Pannetrye, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Suthmymmes, in the county of Middlesex, and Regge, in the county of Hertford. Anno 14.

291. John de Wynwyk, clerk, John Oweyn, of Putteneye, Nicholas de Sprocton, chaplain, and John Skynner, of London, and John de Pulteneye, and Margaret, his wife. The manor of Popeler, in the county of Middlesex, the manor of Wetherefeld, in the county of Suffolk, the manor of Chevele, in the county of Cambridge. Anno 15.

296. Richard Cardoill, and Margery, his wife, by John Fitz Simound, attorney of the said Margery, and Thomas . . . . xton, clerk. The manor of Estsmethefeld, in the county of Middlesex, and Mashebury and Braundon, in the county of Essex. (Remainders to Carbonel, le Latimer, and other names). Endorsed, William and Thomas Botevyleyn put in their claims. Anno 15.

312. John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Matilda, his wife, and Richard de Stoke, clerk, and John Fermer. The manors of Bumpstede, Canefeld, Fyngryth, and Benteleye, in the county of Essex, the manors of Alyton and Caumpes, in the county of Cambridge, and the manor of Hormede, in the county of Hertford, and the manor of Kensyngton, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 15.

370. John de Cherleton, of London, and John Payn, parson of the church of Ikenham, and John de la Pole. The manors of Couele and Hilyndon, in the county of Middlesex, and premises in Brokton and la Grave, in the county of Buckingham. (Remainders). Anno 19.

381. John Galeys, and Idonia, his wife, and Hugh le Mareschal, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Stebenhethe, in the county of Middlesex, and in Westhamme, in the county of Essex Anno 20.

390. John Tilteye, John Skynner, and Sir John de Pulteneye, chivaler. The manor of Popeler, in the county of Middlesex. The manor of Wetherefeld, in the county of Suffolk, and the manor of Chevele, in the county of Cambridge. (Remainders). Anno 14.

395. William de Walyngford, citizen and skinner of London, and Walter, son of John Meu, of Stebenheth. Premises in Stebenheth, in the county of Middlesex, and Westhamme, in the county of Essex, which Hugh le Mareschal, and Margaret, his wife, held for term of the life of the said Margaret. Anno 19.

411. Humfrey de Bohoun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Sir John de Pulteneye, chivaler. The manor of Swafham Prioris, in the county of Cambridge, and the manors of Southall and Plumsted, in the county of Kent, and premises in Estsmethefeld, in the parish of Whitechapele, in the suburb of London. Anno 21.

425. Sir William Groucy, chivaler, and William Bret, and Alianora, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton, Rudyng, Hadele, Barnet, and Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex, and in Edelmeton, Rudyng, Hadele, Barnet, and Enefeld, in the county of Hertford (sic). Anno 22.

436. Thomas de Colleshull, Master William, son of Sir William de Brook, knight, John Morse, Simon de Dalby, chaplain, and Richard Arches, parson of the church of . . . ., and Sir John, son of Bartholomew Pecche, knight. The manor of Couele, and the advowson of the church of the same vill, in the county of Middlesex, the manors of Elyng, Whatecumbe, and Lollyndon juxta Aston, rent in Wokfeld and Selhamstede, and the advowson of the church of the same vill of Whatecumbe, in the county of Berks, the manors of Freston and Edlyngton, and premises in Denton, in the county of Lincoln, and premises in Sher bourn, St. John's, Bromle, Basyng, Shirfeld, Chynham, Tadele, Stratfeld, Say, Okle, Tystede, and Elsefeld, in the county of Southampton. (Remainders). Anno 22.

462. Henry de Walton, archdeacon of Richmond, and Adam de Plesyngton. Premises in Edelmeton, Estbarnet, and Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex, and in Sabrichesworth, in the county of Hertford. (Remainders). Anno 24.

464. Henry de Walton, archdeacon of Richmond, and Gilbert de Haydok, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Edelmpton, in the county of Middlesex, and Estbarnet and Sabrichesworth, in the county of Hertford. Anno 25.

490. John Marreys, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William de la Marche, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Watford and Bissheyheth, in the county of Hertford, and Harewe, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 27.

520. Stephen Hacoun, of Woxbrugge, and William in the Hale, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Colham, in the county of Middlesex, and Denham, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 29.

532. William de Saxeby, parson of the church of Bissheye, and John Imaigne, chaplain, and Philip Durdent. The manor of Denham Durdent, in the county of Buckingham, and premises in Herefeld, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders). Anno 30.

536. Sir Giles Daubeney, knight, and William Daubeny, and Philippa, his wife. The manor of Kempston, in the county of Bedford, and the manor of Totenham, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 31.

540. Sir William Vaghan, chivaler, and Joan, his wife, and Walter Judekyn, chaplain, and Roger de Podmore, chaplain. The manor Pountfreyt, in the county of Middlesex, and a third part of the manor of Plumberewe, in the county of Essex. Anno 31.

583. Roger de Hakedon, chaplain, and John Imayne, chaplain, and John Marreys, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Watford, Oxeye Walrand, Byssheye, and Oxeye Richard, in the county of Hertford, and in Harewe, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 34.

614. John, bishop of Worcester, John de Ludham, clerk, and William de Chirchull, and Sir William de Pulteneye, chivaler, and Margaret, his wife. The manor of Popeler, and premises in Stebenheth, Esthamme, Stratford, Edelmeton, Brambelle, and Oldforde, in the county of Middlesex, and various manors and lands in the counties of Kent, Cambridge, Hertford, Warwick, Northampton, Leicester, Suffolk, and Surrey. (Remainders). Anno 36.

616. John Davy, chaplain, and Robert Lache, chaplain, and Richard Sheryng, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Chesthunt, in the county of Hertford, and in Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 36.

627. Sir William de Pulteneye, chivaler, and Margaret, his wife, and John, bishop of Worcester, and William Chirchull, clerk. The manor of Popyler, and premises in Stebenhethe, Esthamme, Stratford, Edelmeton, Hakeneye, Brambele, and Eldeforde, in the county of Middlesex, and manors and lands in the counties of Cambridge and Kent. (Remainders). Anno 37.

641. John Payn, citizen and armourer (armarius) of London, and Sir William Groucy, and Idonia, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton, Rudyng, Hadele, Barnet, and Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex, and in Edelmeton, Rudyng, Hadele, Barnet, and Enefeld, in the county of Hertford. Anno 38.

696. John Meller, clerk, John B . . ., of Cobham, and Richard Sonee, of Derteford, and Thomas de Cobeham, of Rundale, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Stebbynheth, Brambele, Hamme, and Hakeneye, in the county of Middlesex, and in various places in the counties of Kent and Essex. Anno 43.

705. Elizabeth de Aspele, William de Rougham, parson of the church of Sprouton, William de Ingham, parson of the church of Stonham Antegayne, Thomas de Heigham, and John Harneys, and Gilbert de Aspale. The manor of Hogeston, in the county of Middlesex, and lands in the county of Norfolk, with exceptions. Anno 44.

787. Thomas Farndon, and Isabella, widow of Sir William Quenton, knight, John de Bradefeld, and Joan, his wife, Juliana, widow of John Ippewell. Premises in Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex, and in Chestehunt, in the county of Hertford, which John Clynele, of London, held for term of the life of Roger Lachebrok. Anno 50.