Thomas Inge
Henry Grapenel
(-Bef 1299)
Sir William Inge
(Abt 1260-Bef 1322)
Margery Grapenel
(-Between 1299/1322)
Joan Inge
(Abt 1298/1300-Bef 1356)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Eon la Zouche

2. Sir William Moton of Peckleton, Leicestershire
  • Sir Robert Moton of Peckleton, Leicestershire

Joan Inge

  • Born: Abt 1298-1300 2
  • Marriage (1): Eon la Zouche before Mar 1322 1
  • Marriage (2): Sir William Moton of Peckleton, Leicestershire before 6 Nov 1327 1
  • Died: Bef Jul 1356

  General Notes:

JOAN Inge, daughter of WILLIAM Inge & his first wife Margery Grafinel ([1298/99]-before Jan 1360).

She married secondly (before 6 Nov 1327) William Moton of Peckleton, Leicestershire. 1

  Events

• Manorial Estate, 1322, Ightham Manor, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN15, GB. 3 IGHTHAM was held in the reign of king Henry III. by Hamo de Crevequer, who died possessed of it in the 47th year of that reign, anno 1262, leaving Robert, his grandson, his heir. By his wife, Maud de Albrincis, or Averenches, he had also four daughters, Agnes, wife of John de Sandwich, Isolda, of Nicholas de Lenham; Elene, of Bertram de Criol; and Isabel, of Henry de Gaunt.

Robert de Crevequer left one son, William, who dying without issue, his inheritance devolved on the children of three of the daughters of Hamon de Crevequer, as above-mentioned, Agnes, Isolda, and Elene, and on the division of their inheritance, Ightham seems to have fallen to the share of Nicholas, son of Bertram de Criol, by his wife Elene, above-mentioned. He was a man greatly in the king's favour, and was constituted by him warden of the five ports, sheriff of Kent, and governor of Rochester castle. By Joane his wife, daughter and sole heir of William de Aubervill, he had Nicholas de Criol, who had summons to parliament, and died in the 31st year of king Edward the 1st.'s reign, possessed of this manor, which his heirs alienated to William de Inge, who held it in the first year of king Edward II. and procured free-warren for his lands in Eyghtham, and in the 9th year of it, a market here, to be held on a Monday weekly, and one fair on the feast of the apostles, St. Peter and St. Paul. In which last year he was constituted one of the justices of the common pleas. He bore for his arms, Or, a chevron vert. On his death, in the 15th year of that reign, anno 1286, Joane, his daughter, married to Eudo, or Ivo la Zouch, the son of William, lord Zouch, of Harringworth, by Maud, daughter of John, lord Lovel, of Tichmarsh, became entitled to it.

His descendants continued in the possession of this manor till the reign of king Henry VII. when it was alienated to Sir Robert Read, serjeant at law, afterwards made chief justice of the common pleas, who died in the next reign of king Henry VIII...

• Inquisition: Post mortem, 10 May 1322. 2 328. WILLIAM INGE.

Writ, 10 May, 15 Edward II.

ESSEX. Inq. Monday the morrow of the Assumption, 16 Edward II. Lachindone. 60a. arable, 2a. meadow, 3a. pasture and 24a. marsh, held for life by the courtesy of England, by the death of Margery his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Henry Grapinel, of the king in chief by service of 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover; and a messuage, 60a. arable, and 7s. rent of assise, held in form aforesaid of the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, by service of 8s. yearly, and a ploughshare, and by suit at the said prior's court of Lalling; and all the said tenements are charged with 6 marks yearly to Nicholas de Haveringg and Margaret his wife and her heirs. Joan, aged 22, daughter of the said William and Margery, whom Ivo de la Zouche married, is next heir of the said Margery.

Writ, 10 May, 15 Edward II.

SUFFOLK. Inq. 10 July, 16 Edward II. Alfithelegh. The manor (extent given), held jointly by the said William with Iseult his wife, by fine levied in the king's court by which Master Robert Inge granted the same to the said William and Iseult and to Fremund Inge and the heirs of the bodies of the said William and Iseult, with remainder to the right heirs of the said William, of the earl Marshal by service of 1/2 knight's fee; and the said Iseult survives and there is no heir between them; and the said Fremound granted to the said William and Iseult that they should have the whole manor and its issues and profits for their lives. Heir as above, aged 23 and more, the wife of Eudo la Zousch, knight.

SUSSEX. Inq. 2 July, 15 Edward II. Louemenstre. A moiety of the manor, held by courtesy of England after the death of Margaret his wife, of Sir Edmund, earl of Arundel, by service of 1/4 knight's fee. Heir unknown.

SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. Monday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 15 Edward II. Kyngeswordy. The manor, held jointly by fine levied in the king's court as abovesaid, of Adam le Despenser by service of a pair of gilt spurs, price 12d. Heir as above, aged 23 and more.

OXFORD. Inq. Saturday after St. Barnabas, 15 Edward II.

Milton. A third part of the manor, held jointly by fine levied in the king's court as abovesaid, of the bishop of Lincoln by service of a third part of 2 knights' fees.

Cleyore. The manor, held by the courtesy of England by the death of Margery sometime his wife, of Hugh le Despenser, the elder, by service of 1/2 knight's fee.

Heir as above, aged 23, and espoused to Eudo de la Souche, aged 24.

KENT. Inq. Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 15 Edward II.

Eghteham. The manor and a moiety of the manor of Eynesford (extents given), held of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of 1/2 and 1/4 knight's fee. A moiety of the said two manors, together with other manors, was held jointly by fine levied in the king's court as abovesaid, and the other moiety of the manor of Eghteham was jointly acquired of Nicholas Kyryel by the said William and Iseult, to hold to them and the heirs of the said William.

Stanstede. The manor (extent given), held of the said archbishop in gavelkind by service of 37s. 1/2d. yearly.

Heir as above, aged 23 and more.

HERTFORD. Inq. Tuesday the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, 15 Edward II. Whathamstede and Redburn. Five messuages, 2 carucates and 3 virgates of land containing 280a., 4a. meadow, 60a. wood and 40s. rent, held jointly by fine levied in the king's court as abovesaid; whereof 4 messuages, 180a. land, 54a. wood, and 40s. rent, are held of the abbot of Westminster by fealty and service of 20s., and suit of court, and the residue is held of the abbot of St. Albans by fealty and service of 13s., and suit of court. Heir as above, aged 22, the wife of Ivo la Zousche, knight.

BEDFORD. Inq. 3 July, 15 Edward II. Weston. The manor (extent given), held jointly by fine levied in the king's court as abovesaid, of the king in chief by fealty and service of appearing before the justices in eyre in co. Bedford. Heir as above, aged 22 and more.

BEDFORD. Inq. 18 August, 16 Edward II.

Gravenhurst and Eyen. A virgate of land, 11 1/2a. meadow and 11s. 1d. rent, held of Peter Bryen by fealty and service of 2d. yearly.

Flettewyk. Prestele and Tyngri. 1/2 virgate of land, held of the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England by fealty and service of a clove gillyflower yearly.

Heir as above.

C. Edw. II. File 70. (5.)

• Inquisition: Post mortem, 15 Jul 1326. 4 740. EUDO LA ZOUCH alias DE LA ZOUCHE.

Writ of certiorari on the petition of Joan, late the wife of the said Eudo, and daughter and heir of William Inge, for livery of divers lands &c. which the said Eudo held of her inheritance, and which were taken into the king's hand, on the occasion of a certain felony whereof he was indicted, 15 July, 20 Edward II.

KENT. Inq. Thursday after St. Mary Magdalen, 20 Edward II. Stanstede. A moiety of a windmill, and rents of ploughshares, hens &c., in the manor, held of the inheritance of Joan his wife; which manor is held of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of 32s. yearly. The said Eudo was indicted of the death of Roger de Belers and crossed the sea without the king's licence, for which reason the said lands &c. were taken into the king's hand and for no other. He died at Paris on Sunday after St. Mark last, as Thomas de Eyton one of the jurors, who was there present, testifies.

Similar writ, 15 July, 20 Edward II.

ESSEX. Inq. 29 July, 20 Edward II. Lachyndon. A manor called Teyledehalle held of the inheritance of the said Joan; which manor, with 80a. arable, 2a. pasture and 30a. marsh, is held of the prior of Canterbury by service of 8s., a ploughshare, and a bedripe in the autumn, and one suit at the said prior's court; 50a. arable held of the king in chief by service of 10s. yearly for the guard of the castle of Dover; 2a. meadow held of John de Pagglesham by service of 3s. yearly; and 16s. 1d. rent. The above tenements are charged in 4l. yearly to Margaret de Haveryngge. He was indicted as abovesaid, died at Paris, and was buried in the church of the friars of St. Augustine there, on Sunday before the Ascension last, and on this account the lands were taken into the king's hand.

Similar writ, 15 July, 20 Edward II.

OXFORD. Inq. made at Oxford, 25 July, 20 Edward II. Cleyore. The manor held, of the inheritance of the said Joan daughter and heir of William Inge, of Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, as of his manor of Puryton in the same county, by service of 1/2 knight's fee, and doing suit at his court of the manor of Puryton. The manor was taken into the king's hand on account of the death of the said Eudo and not otherwise. He died on Thursday before St. Mark, at Paris, 19 Edward II.

BEDFORD. Inq. taken at Bedeford on Monday after St. James, 20 Edward II.

Toterno by Dunstaple. Two parts of a messuage and of a carucate of land, held, of the inheritance of the said Joan, of William la Zouche and John de Eyglemound by service of 4l. 4s. 6d. yearly.

Little Gravenhurst. A messuage and 60a. land, similarly held of Peter Bryan by service of 16d. and 1/2lb. pepper yearly, and rendering 4 marks yearly to John de Boeles for life.

Findings and date of death, as last above.

BUCKINGHAM. Inq. Friday the feast of St. James, 20 Edward II. Stokemaundevile by Aylesbury. A moiety of the manor held, of the inheritance of the said Joan, of the bishop of Lincoln by service of a knight's fee. Findings and date of death, as last above.

C. Edw. II. File 101. (13.)

• Inquisition: Writ de melius inquirendo, 23 Jul 1327. 5 44. HENRY GRAPENEL.

Writ de melius inquirendo 23 July, 1 Edward III.

Whereas by an inquisition taken by John de Blomville, late escheator of King Edward II, it was found that the manor of Lachindon called 'Teyledehalle,' which is of the inheritance of Joan, late the wife of Eudo la Zouche, and daughter and heir of William Inge, deceased, and which with lands of the said Eudo, on account of a felony whereof he was indicted, was taken into the hand of the said king, and is still in the king's hand, was bound to Margaret de Haveryngge in 4l. yearly; but there is no mention made by whom the manor was so bound, when, and for what cause, &c.

ESSEX. Inq. 10 December, 1 Edward III. Lachendon. One Henry Grapenel held in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death the manor of Lachendon called 'Tyghledehalle' with other lands and tenements in the counties of Essex and Oxford, upon whose decease the same descended by inheritance (nomine hereditario) to Petronilla, Margery, Joan and Margaret, his daughters and heirs; and on St. John the Baptist's day, 27 Edward I, a division (participatio) of the inheritance between the said daughters was agreed to; viz.- the said manor was assigned to the said Margery, mother of Joan, late the wife of Eudo la Zouche, to hold as her pourparty of the said inheritance, rendering to Margaret her sister, and her heirs, 4l. yearly as the pourparty of the said inheritance falling to the said Margaret, to be received yearly out of the aforesaid manor, and so the said manor was bound by the said Margery, and by the said partition, to the said Margaret in the above sum. The said Margaret from the date of the said division was peacefully seised of the said 4l. for her life, and (similarly) after her death for the whole time of the said Eudo la Zouche and Joan his wife, daughter of the said Margery, until the day on which the manor, together with other lands of the said Eudo, by reason of his forfeiture was taken into the late king's hands, viz.- the eve of St. James the apostle, 19 Edward II, since when until this day the said rent has been in arrear.

C. Edw. III. File 2. (16.)


Joan married Eon la Zouche, son of William la Zouche 1st Baron Zouche of Haryngworth and Maud Lovel, before Mar 1322.1 (Eon la Zouche was born about 1297,1 6 died on 24 Apr 1326 in Paris, Île-de-France, FR 1 4 7 and was buried on 27 Apr 1326 in Abbaye Saint-Victor de Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, FR 1 4.)


Joan next married Sir William Moton of Peckleton, Leicestershire before 6 Nov 1327.1 (Sir William Moton of Peckleton, Leicestershire was born about 1294 and died between 1356 and 1362.)


Sources


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

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: 188-198.

3 Edward Hasted, <i>The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent</i>, 12 (Canterbury: W Bristow, 1799), 5: 33-45.

4 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 6 Edward II: 461-467.

5 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 7 Edward III.

6 George Edward Cokayne, "Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom" (Sutton Publishing Ltd., 2000), XII/2; 940.

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

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