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John de Cobham
Peter de Braose of Tetbury, Gloucestershire
(Bef 1273-Bef 1312)
Agnes
(-After 1326)
Ralph de Cobham 1st Baron Cobham of Norfolk
(-1326)
Mary de Braose
(Bef 1309-Between 1361/1362)
John de Cobham 2nd Baron Cobham of Norfolk
(1324/1325-After 1378)

 

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John de Cobham 2nd Baron Cobham of Norfolk 1

  • Born: 18 Dec 1324 or 2 Jan 1325 2 3
  • Marriage (1): Unknown
  • Died: After 1378

  General Notes:

JOHN de Cobham (18 Dec 1324 or 2 Jan 1325-after [1377/78]). 4

  Events

Inquisition: Post mortem, 25 Mar 1326. 2 703. RALPH DE COBHAM.

Writ, 25 March, 19 Edward II.

LONDON.

Inq. 11 April, 19 Edward II.

London city. Five shops in Douuegate Street called Coppdehalle held of the king in chief as a free burgage of the city.

John his son, aged 1 year and more, is his next heir.

MIDDLESEX.

Inq. 17 April, 19 Edward II.

Tybourn. The manor, held jointly for life with Mary his wife, by the demise of John earl of Warenne, of the said earl, service unknown, rendering 30s. yearly to the abbess &c. of Berkyngg.

Heir as above.

KENT.

Inq. 6 April, 19 Edward II.

Westerham. A messuage and 85a. arable, held of the abbot &c. of Westminster in gavelkind as of the manor of Westerham by service of rendering 19s. yearly there of rent of assize, and by divers other services at the will of the said abbot &c. to the value of 12s. yearly; and a messuage, with dovecote, and 100a. land, held, at the will of John de Cobeham his father, of the said abbot &c., by service of rendering 23s. yearly at the said manor, and divers other services as above to the value of 15s. yearly.

Heir as above.

KENT.

Inq. Saturday, 5 April, 19 Edward II.

Derteford. A messuage held of the bishop of Rochester in gavelkind by service of 4s. 6d. yearly and suit at the bishop's court at Derteford; 3a. arable held of the heirs of John de Hastyng' by service of 8d. yearly; 12a. land held of Henry de Sancta Ositha by service of 2s. 1d. yearly; 68a. arable 'similarly held,' tenure unspecified; 12a. meadow held of William de Grandisono by service of 21s. 9d. yearly; 1a. meadow held of the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England by service of 2s. 6d. yearly; 20a. pasture 'similarly held' of the abbot of Lesnes by service of 9s. yearly; a manor sometime of the Templars held jointly for life with Mary his wife, of the prior of St. John of Jerusalem in England by service of a rose yearly; and a messuage &c. 7a. land and 1a. 1r. meadow, held jointly as above, to them and the heirs of the said Ralph, of William de Grandisono by service of 16d. yearly, of the abbot of Lesnes by service of 4d., of John de Bikenore by service of 4s. 8 1/2d., and of John and William Aleyn by service of 6d. yearly.

Heir as above.

SUSSEX.

Inq. 8 April, 19 Edward II.

Langene. The manor held jointly for life with Mary his wife, by the demise of the prior &c. of Lewes, of the said prior by service of rendering 20l. yearly.

SUSSEX.

Inq. Friday, 4 April, 19 Edward II.

Bottelegh. A messuage, 28a. land, 3a. meadow and 3s. rent, held of Nicholas de Shelvestrode by service of rendering 6s. 6d. yearly, and rendering to the king for custom of the forest of Asshedoune 2d., and at the king's manor of Marsefelde a hen price 1 1/2d. yearly.

Heir as above, aged 1 year on the morrow of the Circumcision last.

SUSSEX.

Inq. Monday the morrow of the Close of Easter, 19 Edward II.

Worthe. A messuage &c. and 40a. land, held of John, earl of Warann, by service of rendering 2s. at the manor of Heghlegh, and suit of court there; 8 1/2a. meadow held of John atte Bisse, service unknown; 44a. pasture held of the aforesaid earl, service unknown; a park containing 232 1/2a. pasture and moor, which he newly inclosed without assent of the tenants, names given, whereof 170a. were held of the said earl in villainage, and 62 1/2a. of John de Bisse, service unknown; and a messuage and 16a. land held of the aforesaid earl, service unknown, which the said Ralph unjustly usurped from Dulcia late the wife of William Swyft.

Wyvelesfelde. A messuage &c., 71a. land, and 5s. 6d. yearly rent, held of John atte Bisse by service of 15s.

Westmestone. 30a. pasture held of Simon de Perepound by service of 10s. yearly.

Claytone, Peckham and Bolneye [alias Bulneye]. Eight messuages, a mill, 474a. land, 35a. meadow, 450a. pasture, and 27s. rent of assize, held of the aforesaid earl by service of 1/2 knight's fee; which tenements were lately acquired of William and John le Gyle, but afterwards Richard Wodelond and Anne his wife arraigned an assize of novel disseisin against the said William and John and others, and after the death of the said Ralph it was found before the justices that the said William and John and Ralph le Gyle had disseised the said Richard and Anne.

Heir as last above.

Writ, 25 March, 19 Edward II.

BUCKINGHAM.

Inq. 13 April, 19 Edward II.

Medmenham. The manor (extent given), including pastures called Weybrokesmed and 'le Rusehemede,' and a pasture in 'le Estmede,' held for life of John de Warr(enne), earl of Surrey, rendering 40l. yearly, which exceeds the true value.

Heir as above, aged 1 year at the feast of the Purification last.

BERKS.

Inq. 10 April, 19 Edward II.

Ardyntone. The manor (extent given), including rents in 'la Wyk,' held of the king in chief as of the honour of Walyngeford by service of a knight's fee, and of rendering 8s. to the prior of Nuion, and 20s. to the prioress of Gorynges yearly, and 6s. 8d. at the view of frank pledge of Walyngeford held in the manor of Ardynton at 'la hokkeday.'

Heir as above, aged 1 year on Wednesday, 18 December last.

Writ, 25 March, 19 Edward II.

NORFOLK.

Inq. 16 May, 19 Edward II.

Thefford. The manor and town (extent given), including a close called Castelyerd, a pasture called Oxeholm, a fishery, a rent called Londmol, tolls of the market, and at the bridge of Thefford, at the ferry at Santon, and at the bridge of Brandonferye, and a fair at Santon on the eve of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist. John de Warrenn, earl of Surrey, lately gave the above to Thomas earl of Lancaster, who granted them to the said John for life, and he afterwards gave the same to the aforesaid Ralph de Cobham for life, who afterwards rendered them into the king's hand, and the king granted them to the same Ralph and the heirs male of his body, to hold of the king and his heirs, service unspecified, and he died seized thereof on Wednesday after the Purification in the year abovesaid.

Heir as above, aged 1 year and more.

Extent or summary of the lands held of the king in chief with a variation there given within square brackets.

Writ of certiorari on the complaint of Richard Wodelond and Anne his wife, that the escheator detains the abovesaid lands &c. in Clayton, Pecham and Bolneye, which they had recovered against William, John, and Ralph le Gile, 24 March, .. Edward II. (defective.)

Return by the escheator that on 13 March, 19 Edward II. he took into the king's hand the lands &c. of the said Ralph, who lately died, and on Monday the morrow of the close of Easter in the year aforesaid he found by inquisition as abovesaid, and the said Richard and Anne recovered as abovesaid, but because the lands were in the king's hand seisin thereof was not delivered to them.

C. Edw. II. File 98. (1.)

Inquisition: Post mortem, 26 Jan 1363. 5 397. MARY, COUNTESS OF NORFOLK.

Writ to the escheator to enquire as to the lands and heir of the said countess, and who has been in possession of her lands since her death and received the issues. 26 January, 36 Edward III.

LINCOLN.

Inq. taken at Lincoln, Tuesday after the Purification, 37 Edward III.

Bynyngton. The manor, with its appurtenances in Bynyngton and Foston (extent given), held of the king in chief by knight's service for life only by way of dower after the death of Thomas, late earl of Norfolk, her husband.

She held no other lands &c. in the county.

She died on 9 June, 36 Edward III.

The present king granted the reversion of the manor to William de Bohun, late earl of Northampton; and Humphrey de Bohun, his son and heir, is heir to the manor by reason of this grant. He was fully 20 years of age on 24 March, to wit on the eve of the Annunciation, 36 Edward III.

Writ, 20 June, 36 Edward III.

NORFOLK.

Inq. taken at Colston, 19 July, 36 Edward III.

Colston. The manor (extent given), held for her life by grant of John de Cobham, knight, her son, with reversion to the same John and his heirs. The manor is held of the heirs of Henry late duke of Lancaster, (fn. 1) as of the manor of Methelwolde, in free socage by service of a rose yearly.

John de Cobham, knight, her son, of full age, is her heir.

NORFOLK.

Inq. taken at South Walsham, Friday before St. Margaret, 36 Edward III.

Halvergate and South Walsham. The manors (extents given), held for life by way of dower, by endowment of Thomas de Brotherton, late earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, her husband, of the inheritance of Margaret wife of Walter de Mauny, daughter and one of the heirs of the said Thomas, and of Joan wife of William de Ufford, daughter of Alice another daughter and heir of the said Thomas. The manors are held of the king in chief, as parcel of the barony of the earldom of Norfolk, services not known.

Halvergate. The extent includes a leet held about Midsummer.

South Walsham. The extent includes a leet about the feast of .., and 8 customary tenants doing yearly 27 averages called Suffolk averages worth 18s. yearly, and 56 averages called Norfolk averages worth 18s. 8d. yearly.

She died on St. Barnabas' day last. The aforesaid Margaret, aged 30 years and more, and Joan, aged 13 years at the Purification last, are heirs of the said Thomas earl of Norfolk, and there are no other co-heirs.

SUFFOLK.

Inq. taken at Soham, Wednesday the feast of St. Margaret, 36 Edward III.

Soham. The manor (extent given), which is a member of Framelyngham, held for life jointly with Thomas de Brotherton, earl of Norfolk, of the heirs of Thomas de Nerford, knight, service not known, by the king's gift to them and the heirs of Thomas. The extent includes a leet held about the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

Date of death and heirs of Thomas as above.

SUFFOLK.

Inq. taken at Kenet, 26 June, 36 Edward III.

Kenet. A moiety of the manor (extent given, including a leet held about All Saints).

Cratfeld. The manor.

Both the above she held for life by way of dower (as Halvergate above). They are held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the earldom of Norfolk, service not known.

Date of death and heirs of Thomas as above.

SUFFOLK.

Inq. taken at Holisle, Tuesday before St. Margaret, 36 Edward III.

Holisle. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the earldom of Norfolk, service not known. The extent includes a fair on the feast of St. Margaret and a leet about the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

Donyngworth. The manor (extent given), held of the earl of Suffolk, as of the honor of Eye, by service of 5 knights' fees.

She held these manors for life by way of dower, as above.

Date of death and heirs of Thomas as above.

SUFFOLK.

Inq. taken at Stonham, Thursday after St. Margaret, 36 Edward III.

Hoo. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the earldom of Norfolk, service not known. The extent includes a leet held about the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

Stonham. The manor (extent given), held of the earl of Lancaster by service of 30s. 6d. yearly. The extent includes a leet held about the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.
She held both manors for life by way of dower, as above.

Date of death and heirs of Thomas as above.

SUFFOLK.

Inq. taken at Framelyngham, Wednesday before St. Margaret, 36 Edward III.

Framelyngham. Bang Edward II gave the castle and manor (extent given), with other lands &c. in the county of Suffolk, and with the knights' fees, advowsons &c. belonging to the said castle and manor, to Thomas de Brotherton his brother and the heirs of his body, with reversion to himself. Thomas, being seised thereof, married a certain Alice, by whom he had two daughters Margaret and Alice, of whom Margaret was married to Walter de Maunny and Alice to Edward de Monte Acuto. Edward and Alice had a daughter Joan, who was married to William de Ufford. Alice wife of Thomas died, and after her death Thomas married Mary de Brewes as his second wife, and afterwards gave the castle and manor &c. to the present king, who gave them to Thomas and Mary and the heirs of the body of Thomas, with reversion in default of such heirs to himself and his heirs. Thomas died without issue by the said Mary, and after his death Mary continued her estate in the premises until her death, and died so seised. The manor and castle are held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the earldom of Norfolk, service not known.

The extent includes a market place with a fair on Michaelmas day, courts and amercements of brewers and bakers in 'le Tolhous' within the borough, and in the manor four parks and four leets held about the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

Date of death and heirs of Thomas as above.

SUFFOLK.

Inq. taken at Walton, Monday before St. Margaret, 36 Edward III.

Walton. The manor (extent given). The jurors' finding with regard to this manor is identical with that regarding the manor of Framelyngham (above). The extent includes a fair on the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, a custom called 'langerston' (?), and a profit from the sea called 'le wrek.'

Date of death and heirs as last above.

HERTFORD.

Inq. taken at Weston, 28 June, 36 Edward III.

Weston. The manor (extent given), held for life by way of dower (as Halvergate above). The manor is held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the earldom of Norfolk, service not known. The extent includes a park with deer, a rent of 2 ploughshares worth 20d., a wood called 'Yepgrave,' and a leet held about Christmas.

Date of death and heirs as last above.

Writ, 20 June, 36 Edward III.

GLOUCESTER AND THE MARCH OF WALES.

Inq. taken at Chepstowe, 6 July, 36 Edward III.

[MONMOUTH].

Strugoil. The castle and manor.

Shepestowe. The town with the hamlets.

The jurors' finding with regard to these is identical with the above finding regarding the manor of Framelyngham, except that there is no mention of tenure.

Date of death as above, after which the premises ought to belong to the above-named Margaret and Joan. John de Cobham, son of the deceased, aged 24 years and more, is her heir.

C. Edw. III. File 172. (24.)

E. Enrolments &c. of Inq., No. 132. (20th, 21st, 24th and 25th entries.)

Writ, 20 June, 36 Edward III.

BERKS.

Inq. made at Wantyng, 25 July, 36 Edward III.

Ardynton. The manor, held for life of the inheritance of John Cobeham, knight, who survives, her [son] by Ralph Cobeham, her first husband. She held it of Edward prince of Wales, as of the honor of Walyngford, by service of one knight's fee, by demise of the aforesaid John her son, in exchange for the manor of Beul ., co. Lincoln, formerly assigned to her by way of dower on the death of Thomas de Brotherton, late earl Marshal, her second husband.
She died on Saturday the eve of Holy Trinity last. The aforesaid John her son, aged 36 years and more, is her heir to whom the reversion of the manor of Ardyngton belongs.

Writ, 20 June, 36 Edward III.

CAMBRIDGE.

Inq. taken at Kenet, Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 36 Edward III.

Kenet. A moiety of the manor (extent given), held for life by way of dower (as Halvergate above). It is held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the earldom of Norfolk, service not known.

Date of death and heirs of Thomas as above in Norfolk.

Writ, 20 June, 36 Edward III.

LINCOLN.

Inq. taken at Merston, Tuesday after Corpus Christi, 36 Edward III.

Binyngton. The manor, with its appurtenances in Binyngton and Foston (extent given), held for life of the king in chief by knight's service by way of dower after the death of the earl.
She held no other lands &c. in the county.

She died on 9 June, 36 Edward III. The reversion of the manor belongs to Humphrey de Bohun, son of William de Bohun late earl of Northampton, aged 20 years, by the king's gift.

Writ, 20 June, 36 Edward III.

BUCKINGHAM.

Inq. taken at Alusbur', Saturday the morrow of St. Martin, 36 Edward III.

Wedon in le Vale. The manor, held jointly with John de Cobham, her son, of the prince of Wales by service of suit of court to the view of frankpledge twice a year; a toft, 100a. land and 10a. meadow, acquired of William de Sodbury to herself and her heirs, held of Ralph Russel by service of 1lb. cummin; and a toft, 160a. land, 7a. meadow, 2a. pasture and 24s. rent, acquired of William de Kerkeby to herself and her heirs, held of the earl of Northampton, a minor in the king's wardship, by fealty and suit of court.

Helpustrop. The manor, held jointly with John her son, as above, of the barony of Wolwerton by service of 5s. rent yearly, and it renders to the king 2s. 6d. yearly for hidage and beaupleader.

Roulusham and Wengrave. 4 marks rent, held jointly as above of the prince of Wales by service of suit of court.

Masseworth. A messuage, 100a. land, 7a. pasture and 20s. rent, held jointly as above of the same prince by service of suit of court twice a year.

Wedonehul and Padenhor'. A manor, 710a. land, 10 marks rent and 12a. meadow, held jointly as above, whereof a carucate is held of the earl of Oxford by service of 20s. yearly, a carucate called 'Hauekishurt' is held of Henry de Brusele by service of 15s. yearly, 120a. in Little Missenden belonging to the above manor are held of the aforesaid earl of Oxford by knight's service, and the rest of the manor, except the 10 marks rent, is held of the prince of Wales by service of suit of court as above.

Draytone Bechaump. A manor, 300a. land, 8a. meadow, a close of pasture and 4l. rent, held jointly as above of the barony of Wolwerton by knight's service and by rendering to the king for hidage 10s. 9d.

Chelwoldusburi. A messuage, 120a. land and 20s. rent, held jointly as above of the prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem by service of 20s. yearly.

Saundresdon. A messuage, 60a. land, 3a. meadow and 70s. rent, held jointly as above of the prince as above.

She died on Saturday the eve of Holy Trinity 36 Edward III. John de Cobham her son, aged 30 years, is her heir.

Writ de feodis &c., 1 August, 36 Edward III.

NORFOLK.

Extent made at Norwich, 6 September, 36 Edward III.

She held the following for life by way of dower of the endowment of Thomas, late her husband, of the inheritance of Margaret and Joan, his heirs, as above:-

Thetford. The advowson of the priory.

South Walsham, Banyngham, Stocton, Elyngham, Brokedyssh, Byskele, and Antyngham. The advowsons of the churches.

She held no other advowsons in the county.

SUFFOLK.

Extent made at Ipswich, 12 September, 36 Edward III.

She held the following in dower as above:-

Framlyngham, Soham, Ayssh, Holisle, Hoo, Donyngworth, Stonham Earl, Kenet, Blakshale, Tremeleye, Kirketon, and Heimele. The advowsons of the churches.

Filchestowe. The advowson of the priory.

She held no other advowsons in the county.

Writ de feodis &c., 25 June, 36 Edward III.

GLOUCESTER AND THE MARCH OF WALES.

Extent made at Shepestowe, 6 July, 36 Edward III.

[MONMOUTH]

Lanveir. One knight's fee, held by Ralph de Monte Heremerii.

Martherne. One knight's fee, held by Bevis (Bogo) de Knovill.

Penho. One knight's fee, held by Roger de Seymor.

Porscuet and Herbardeston. One knight's fee, held by Matthew Denebaud.

Crik. Half a knight's fee, held by Robert Derneford.

Dynan. Half a knight's fee, held by Andrew de Bello Campo.

Maysquenyth. Half a knight's fee, held by Emery (Almaricus) de Lucy.

Ederton. Half a knight's fee, held by Henry de Bendevyle.

St. Arvin. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Leysanus ap Morgan.

Lanmartyn. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Walter de Kammoys and Maurice de Kammoys.

Henru. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Roger de Saymor and William Adam.

St. Wormet. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by John Blethery.

[GLOUCESTER]

Tudeham. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Walter Waldyng.

Lancaut. The advowson of the church.

[MONMOUTH]

Tyntern. The abbey, which is of the foundation of the ancestors of the earl of Norfolk as of the lordship of Strugoil.

Strugoil. The priory, which is of the foundation of the same. The prior shall find a monk to celebrate three days a week in the castle of Strugull.

NORFOLK.

Extent made at Norwich, Monday before St. Hilary, 36 Edward III.

She held the following in dower as above:-

Byskele. One knight's fee, held by the prioress of Carhowe and John de Norwyco.

Rughton and Metton. One knight's fee, held by Roger de Halis.

Sengges. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, held by Walter de Calthorp.

Freton. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, held by Roger Ryvet.

Shelton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Isabel wife of John Bygot.

Bourgh and Fleg. One knight's fee, held by Edmund de Ufford.

Bernyngham, Witlyngham, Smalbergh, Grymeswoll, Erynglond, Ketryngham, Bourgh in Felg (sic), and Bacounisthorp. Five knights' fees, a third part and an eighth part of a fee, held by William de la Rokele.

Beyton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by William de Lincoln.

Mouton. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Nicholas de Stradesete.

Hethell. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Richard de Goldyngham.

Carleton and Colneye. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Elizabeth de Colneye.

Ouby, Engham, Bernham and Bourgh in Fleg. Three knights' fees, held by John de Cayly.

Shotisham and Sterston. Eleven knights' fees and a third part of a fee, held by Agnes wife of John Mautravers.

Hokham, Sutton, Gotherston and Kerbrok. Seven knights' fees and a moiety of a fee, held by the heirs of Denise de Monte Caniso.

Creyk and Fundenale. Four knights' fees and a moiety of a fee, held by the heirs of Robert de Creyk.

Garboldisham. A moiety and an eighth part of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Robert de Bosco.

She held no other knights' fees in the county.

SUFFOLK.

Extent made at Nedham, Thursday before the Epiphany, 36 Edward III.

She held the following in dower as above:-

Shadeneffeld, Thurington, Brusyerd, Swefflyng and Ryngested. Four knights' fees, held by John de Brusyerd.

Debenham, Sekford, Skarniston and Brustall. 3 3/4 knights' fees, held by Joan de Rocheford, Bartholomew de Elyngham and Alice the wife of John de Holbrook.

Wylbeye, Benhale, Norton and Culneyse. 3 3/4 knights' fees, held by Guy Ferre.

Colneyse. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by William Houdyn.

Saxmundham. One knight's fee, held by Robert Swan and William de Tudeham.

Croffeld. One knight's fee, held by Philip Harneys.

Stonham. One knight's fee, held by Roger de Aspale.

Ryngeshall, Beylham, Couhaugh, Dermondesdon, Kenebrook and Levyngton. Four knights' fees, held by Robert Burnavyll and John de Bukkelond.

Hofton. Two knights' fees, held by Richard Loveday.

Plummesyerd. A tenth part of a knight's fee, held by John de Peyton.

Colneyse. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Alexander de Pratis and his parceners.

Lestaneston. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Robert de Scales and William de Caldecote.

Candelent. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by William de Videlu.

Akenham, Wetyngham, Clopton and Hasketon. 3 3/4 knights' fees, held by Giles de Breuse.

Gislyngham. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Fulk de Goldyngham.

Hegham. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by John de Reymes.

Gosebek and Eston. Two knights' fees, held by Richard de Gosbek.

Neuton and Swerstede. 1 1/4 knights' fees, held by Oliver de Todenham.

Weston by Hopton. One knight's fee, held by Hugh Houel.

Pessenhall, Faltenham, Waudryngfeld, Sternefeld and Farnham. Four knights' fees, held by Nicholas de Segrave and Guy Ferre.

Mikelfeld. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Roger de Aspale.

Aysch Campesse. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Margery de Moyse.

Wyckelowe. One knight's fee, held by John de Wyckelowe.

Monewedon. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by John Apadam.

Hacheston. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Godfrey de Hilton.

Ketelebergh. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Thomas de Ketelebergh.

Stonham. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by John de Mounneye.

Ilketelishale. One knight's fee, held by Henry Morgayn.

Chasfeld. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Nicholas Weylond.

Holbrok and Freston. One knight's fee, held by Alice de Holbrok.

Stonham. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Robert de Upston.

Chedistan and Eston. One knight's fee, held by Thomas Bavent.

Suckeleye. 2 1/4 knights' fees, held by John de Fresyngfeld and John Boylond.

Leyham. Two knights' fees, held by Robert de Reydon and Richard de Brunton.

Sprouton. One knight's fee, held by Richard Loveday.

Codinham. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, held by the prior of Royston.

Brook by Ipswich. A tenth part of a knight's fee, held by Alice de Holbrok.

Cranisford. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Adam Tastard and William de Hoo.

Framlyngham. A tenth part of a knight's fee, held by Simon Taillour; and a fourth part and a sixth part of a fee, held by Thomas Ketelbergh.

Kelishale. A twenty-fifth part of a knight's fee, held by Nicholas Kelishale.

Beilham and Colneyse. One knight's fee, held by John Bretoun.

Ilketelishale. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, held by William Rous; and a twentieth part of a fee, held by Walter Tolle and his parceners.

Brampton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by John Randolf.

Martlisham. Three knights' fees, held by Thomas Verdoun.

Bargh. 2 1/2 knights' fees, held by Katharine Giffard.

Ufford. A tenth part of a knight's fee, held by William Ambirwylle.

Bradewater. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by the same.

Sternefeld. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by the same.

Hevenyngham. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Cecily de Hertford.

Burgate. A third part of a knight's fee, held by John de Langeston; and a fourth part of a knight's fee, held by the same John.

Blofeld and Grymiston. A knight's fee and a half, held by John Bemond.

Colneyse. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by the lord de Staunpes; one knight's fee, held by Wakelin de Porton; and a quarter of a knight's fee, held by Mabel Langenhale.

Framlyngham. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, held by John Austyn.

Ufford. One knight's fee, held by Robert de Ufford.

Blaxhale. One knight's fee, held by the heirs of Thomas Weylond.

Ramisholt. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by William Ramisholt.

Carleton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by John Framlyngham.

Ikene. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by William Sturmyn; and a moiety of a knight's fee, held by Robert Faucebroun.

Wantisden. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by the prior of Buttele.

Glemham Parva. A quarter of a knight's fee, held by Richard Phelip.

Heryngeswell. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Stephen de Berton.

Elvedon. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of John de Gelham.

Tunstall by Nettlested. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by John Typtot.

Ouchal. Four (?) knights' fees held by the heirs of Roger son of Osbert.

Sylham. A knight's fee and a half, held by John Seymor.

Denham. One knight's fee, held by John de Denham.

Theberton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Emma de Norwyco.

Helmingham, Yoxford and Middelton. 3 1/2 knights' fees, held by John de Thorp and William de Welyngton.

Yoxford, Hevenyngham and Stekiclond. 2 1/2 knights' fees, held by William de Swelyngton.

The said Mary held no other knights' fees in the county.

HERTFORD.

Extent made at Weston, 28 June, 36 Edward III.

She held for life of the inheritance of Margaret and Joan, the earl's heirs:-

Offeleye. Three knights' fees, held by William de Uffeleye and Roger Bernard.

Weston. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by John Archentem; a moiety of a knight's fee, held by Henry de Roucestre; a twentieth part of a knight's fee, held by John son of Eustace; a tenth part of a knight's fee, held by Walter de Norton; and a tenth part of a knight's fee, held by Robert son of Payn.

She held no other knights' fees in the county to the knowledge of the jurors.

ESSEX.

Extent made at Chelmerford, Monday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 36 Edward III.

She held for life of the inheritance of the said Margaret and Joan:-

Weston by Beauchamp. One knight's fee, held by the heirs of Simon de Cauntelu.

Whitte Nottele. One knight's fee, held by John Dengayne.

Pebenayssh. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Roger de Aspale.

Fynchingfeld. One knight's fee, held by John Claveringg.

Pebenayssh. A knight's fee and a moiety of a knight's fee, held by Peter de Nerford.

Ovyton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by William Pirhowe.

Colne. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Robert Reymes; and a moiety of a knight's fee, held by Hamo le Veyse.

Weston and Foxhorne. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by the earl of Oxford.

Finchyngfeld. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by John son of Robert.

Bredebrok. One knight's fee, held by Gilbert Pecche.

Gidebrok. One knight's fee, held by Simon Glaveneye.

White Colne. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Roger Reymes.

Finchingfeld. One knight's fee, held by Geoffrey Pecche; one knight's fee, held by William Northsted; and one knight's fee, held by Henry de Overhall.

Ovyngton. One knight's fee, held by James de Creyk.

Remmesdon. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Simon le Grey.

Thorp. Two knights' fees, held by Paul de Theydon.

Burchfeld. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Richard Syward.

Mounteneye and Gyginge. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Hamo Chevere.

Bedyngham and Senges. A forty-fifth part of a knight's fee, held by Robert de Seenges.

She held no other knights' fees in the county to the knowledge of the jurors.

Partition (indented) of the knights' fees of Mary late countess of Norfolk and Marshal between Sir Walter lord de Mauny and Margaret his wife and William de Ufford, knight, and Joan his wife. London, 17 July, 37 Edward III. (See Calendar of Close Rolls, 1360'961364, pp. 475'96479.)

C. Edw. III. File 173. (1.)


John married.


Sources


1 Alison Weir, <i>Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy</i> (Random House, 2011), p. 88.

2 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 6 Edward II: 436-446.

3 George Edward Cokayne, "Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom" (Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2000), III; 338.

4 Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.

5 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 11 Edward III: 305-328.

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