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Guncelin de Badlesmere Justiciar of Chester
(Abt 1240-Bef 1301)
Joan FitzBernard
(Bef 1238-1310)
Thomas de Clare Lord of Thomond, Governor of London
(Abt 1246-1287)
Juliane FitzMaurice
(-Bef 1300)
Bartholomew de Badlesmere 1st Baron de Badlesmere
(Abt 1275-1322)
Margaret de Clare
(Abt 1282-1333)
Elizabeth de Badlesmere
(Bef 1310-1356)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Edmund [II] de Mortimer 1st Baron Mortimer of Wigmore

Elizabeth de Badlesmere 2

  • Born: Bef 16 Jul 1310 3
  • Marriage (1): Edmund [II] de Mortimer 1st Baron Mortimer of Wigmore on 27 Jun 1316 in Earnwood, Kinlet, Bewdley, Shropshire, DY, GB 1
  • Died: 8 Jun 1356, Sheen Palace (Richmond Palace), Old Palace Yard, Richmond upon Thames, London, TW9, GB 4
  • Buried: Ludgate Dominican (Black Friars) Friary, Black Friars Lane, London, EC4V, GB

  General Notes:

ELIZABETH de Badlesmere ([1313]-after 31 May 1356). A manuscript narrating the foundation of Wigmore Abbey records that "Edmundum primogenitum", son of "Roger comes et Johanna uxor eius", married "Elizabetham filiam domini Bartholomei…de Badelesmere et de Ledys". A manuscript which narrates the descents of the founders of Lanthony Abbey records the marriage of "Willielmus de Bohun", son of "Humfredus octavus", and "Elizabetham filiam domini Bartholomei de Badlesmere", previously married to "domino Edmundo de Mortuomari". The will of "Elizabeth de Bohun Countess of Northampton", dated 31 May 1356 and made "with the leave of my husband", chose burial "in the quire of the church of the Friars Preachers, London", bequeathed property to "Humphrey my son...Elizabeth my daughter...my sister the Countess of Oxford...my sister Roos...Agnes Devereux, John Avenell, Richard Waldegrave".

m firstly (Earnwood, Kinlet 27 Jun 1316) EDMUND [II] Mortimer, son of ROGER [V] de Mortimer Lord Mortimer [later Earl of March] & his wife Joan de Geneville [Joinville] (-Stanton Lacy 16 Dec 1331). Lord Mortimer 1331.

m secondly (licence 1335) WILLIAM de Bohun, son of HUMPHREY [VIII] de Bohun Earl of Hereford and Essex & his wife Elizabeth of England (Caldecot [1312]-16 Sep 1360, bur Walden Abbey, Essex). Earl of Northampton 1337.

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Elizabeth de Badlesmere, d. 8 Jun 1356; m. (1) 27 Jun 1316 Edmund Mortimer, Lord Mortimer, b. 1305/6, d. shortly before 21 Jan 1331/2; m. (2) 1335-8 Sir William de Bohun, b. c 1312, d. Sep 1360, Earl of Northampton.

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He [Edmund de Mortimer] married, 27 June 1316, at Earnwood, in Kinlet, Elizabeth (aged 25 in 1338), 3rd daughter of Bartholomew DE BADLESMERE [LORD BADLESMERE], and sister and coheir of Giles DE BADLESMERE [LORD BADLESMERE. He died 16 December 1331. His widow received dower in September 1332, and in 1334 obtained the castle of Bridgwater and various manors as her right by gift of Roger de Mortimer. She married, 2ndly [licence 1335), William (DE BOHUN), EARL OF NORTHAMPTON, who died in September 1360. She died June 1356.

[Complete Peerage IX:284-5, XIV:489, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

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He [William de Bohun] married, licence 1335, Elizabeth, widow of Edmund DE MORTIMER [1st Lord MORTIMER] (died 1332], and 3rd of the 4 sisters and coheirs of Giles DE BADLESMERE, [2nd Lord Baddlesmere] who had a great inheritance, as well as her Mortimer dower. She died June 1356 (m). He died September 1360, and was buried in Walden Abbey, Essex.

[Complete Peerage IX:664-7, XIV:506, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

(m) Her will, dated 31 May 1356, of which Dugdale gives a note, directed burial in the Black Friar's, London (where her tomb is recorded by Stow). 5

  Noted events in her life were:

• Inquisition: Post mortem, 16 Jul 1338. 6 185. GILES DE BADELESMERE, knight.
Writ to Henry Darcy, mayor of the city of London, and king's escheator there, 16 July, 12 Edward III.
LONDON. Inq. Friday before St. Bartholomew, 12 Edward III.
Alegate. A tenement, 17 shops, and a garden adjacent, within Alegate, worth when let 9l.; out of which there are paid yearly to the lords of that fee for quit rent, 56s. 4d., and for repairs, 40s.
Lymstret lane. A tenement and a garden, worth 40s., out of which are paid yearly for repair of houses and walls and for enclosing of the said tenement and garden, 20s.
All held of the king in chief, as the whole of the city of London is.
Margery the wife of Sir William de Ros, Maud the wife of the earl of Oxford, Elizabeth the wife of the earl of Northampton, and Margery (sic) the wife of Sir John Tipetoft, are his sisters and co-heirs, and of full age.
Writ, 18 June, 12 Edward III.
DORSET. Inq. taken at Blaneford, 11 July, 12 Edward III.
Coukesdich. A moiety of the hundred.
Sturmynstre Mareschal. Certain tenements with 1 1/2a. meadow.
All held of the king in chief, in free socage, by service of petty serjeanty, finding a fourteenth part of five men coming to the sheriff's turn at Wodebury twice a year.
Tarente Russeauxton. A moiety of the manor (extent given), including 3a. meadow in 'la Moure,' held of Lady Elizabeth de Burgo in chief by service of half a knight's fee.
He died 7 June in the year abovesaid. Heirs as above, Margery, Maud, and Elizabeth, and Margaret the wife of Sir John Typetot.
Thomas de Aston holds certain tenements in Notforde in fee of the said Giles within the manor of Tarente Russeauxton by service of a sixth part of a knight's fee. The advowson of the church of the manor of Tarente Russeauxton belongs to the said Giles and Sir Robert de Clifford, lords there, and when the said church shall be vacant the said Giles shall present to it the first time, and the said Robert the second time, and so on, as appears more fully by an agreement made between the said Giles and Robert.
Writ, 18 June, 12 Edward III (and duplicate). Endorsed: Sussex, Wilts, Bedford, Buckingham, Oxford, Hereford, Salop, Hertford, Essex, Northampton, Rutland, Suffolk, Kent.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Walmesford, 13 July, 12 Edward III.
Milton and Paston. He held no lands or tenements, knights' fees, or advowsons of churches, in the county, but, long before his death, he demised to William Casse a little manor (manerettum) in Milton with other lands and tenements in Paston, to hold for his life and twenty years beyond, rendering yearly to the said Giles and his heirs twenty marks of silver, and doing to the chief lords of that fee the accustomed services. The said little manor is held of the abbot of Peterborough by service of 24s. yearly, and the said lands and tenements are held of the same abbot by service of half a knight's fee, and paying 13s. yearly to divers other lords.
His sisters, Margery, whom William le Roos married, Maud, whom John de Veer married, Elizabeth, whom William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, married, and Margaret, whom John Tipetoft married, are his heirs and of full age.
RUTLAND. Inq. 10 July, 12 Edward III.
Hameldon. The manor (extent given, with field names) held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee.
Market Overton. The manor (extent given) held of Laurence, son and heir of John de Hastyng', a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of half a knight's fee. One Robert de Sussex holds certain lands and tenements in Overton for his life by the demise of the said Giles, without rendering anything for the same.
His sisters, Margery, whom William le Roos married, Maud, whom John de Veer, earl of Oxford, married, Elizabeth, whom William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, married, and Margaret, whom John Typtoftes married, are his next heirs and of full age.
SUFFOLK. Inq. taken at Hennowe, 20 July, 12 Edward III.
Barewe. The manor (full extent given) held of the earl Marshal by service of two knights' fees and a half.
His sisters, Margery the wife of William de Roos, of Beauver, aged 32 years, Elizabeth the wife of William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, aged 28 years, Maud the wife of John de Veer, earl of Oxford, aged 25 years, and Margaret the wife of John Typetot, knight, aged 23 years, are his next heirs.
ESSEX. Inq. taken at Colcestre, 13 July, 12 Edward III.
Chyngford. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, held of the heir of Richard Mountfichet, service unknown.
Lachelegh. The manor (extent given) held of Elizabeth de Burgh, as of the honour of Clare, by service of a quarter of a knight's fee; 100a. land held of Henry le Fereres, knight, by service of 8s. and 1lb. of pepper, price 20d., yearly; 15a. arable, held of the king, as of the honour of Boulogne, by service of 10s. yearly; 60a. arable held of Jakemina le Merk by service of 2s. 6d. yearly; and 22a. land held of Elizabeth de Burgh, as of the manor of Berdefeld, by service of 3s. yearly.
The said Giles, long before his death, demised to William de Caleton, with the king's licence, his bailiwick of the stewardship of the forest of Essex, to hold to the said William for his life, rendering yearly to the said Giles and his heirs 6l. 13s. 4d.; which bailiwick is held of the king in chief, as of the crown.
His sisters, Margery, whom William de Ros married, Maud, whom John de Veer, earl of Oxford, married, Elizabeth the wife of William le Booun, earl of Northampton, and Margaret the wife of John Typtot, are his next heirs and of full age.
HERTFORD. Inq. Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 12 Edward III.
Plesis. The manor (extent given) held of Isabel de Burgh by service of 21s. yearly and suit at her court of Standen, and of the earl of Gloucester by service of half a knight's fee.
Boklond. The manor (extent given) held of the castle of Tonge, co. Kent, which was of the said Giles, by service of scutage when it runs, but the amount unknown.
Mardele. The manor (extent given) held of Amice Poleyn by service of 20s. yearly and rendering to Henry Maksop 5s. yearly; and it is charged with 40s. yearly to Roger de Luda for his life by the grant of Walter de Twynham and John de Ogenisfeld, sometime lords of the manor.
Heirs as last above.
BEDFORD. Inq. 4 July, 12 Edward III.
Sonyndone. The manor (extent given), including meadow at Horewellehull, pasture at Saleworthemed, Schepecotwyk and 'le Westfeld,' and a park with deer, held of the earl Marshal by service of 1/2d. yearly.
Heirs as above.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 1 July, 12 Edward III.
Hamelden. The manor (extent given), including two water-mills which render 26s. 8d. to the abbot of Kayngsham, a payment of 53s. 4d. called 'Cristemasseyeld,' a tractus navium on the Thames worth 6s. 8d. yearly, a weir with a fishery worth 20s. yearly, and 96a. arable &c. at Tyrefeld, held of the king in chief by knight's service, quantity unknown.
Heirs as above, Margery aged 32 years, Maud aged 30, Elizabeth aged 25, and Margaret aged 22 years.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 6 July, 12 Edward III.
Preston. Two parts of the manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of 4s. yearly.
Couele. A messuage and lands (extent given) held of the king, as of the manor abovesaid, service unknown.
Eleanor, late the wife of Laurence de Broke, holds a third part of the manor in dower, and Robert de Bradefeld holds 80a. land there for his life, by the demise of the said Giles.
Heirs unspecified.
OXFORD. Inq. 6 July, 12 Edward III.
Fynemere. Two parts of the manor (full extent given), including a park, a payment called 'Martinmes and a rent called 'Petrespanes,' held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 2s.
Heirs as above, of full age.
SALOP. Inq. made at Nywport, 30 June, 12 Edward III.
Ideshale. The manor (extent given), including 12s. yearly rendered by the tenants of Stonton, Drayton, and Halghton for the herbage of Loszord, the toll of a market and fair, and a custom called 'grestak' worth yearly 20s. at the feast of St. Martin, held of the king in chief by service of finding a man at arms in Wales whenever the king shall cross into Wales for war.
Adderleye or Adderdele. The manor (extent given), including two parks, a custom called 'grestak' rendering 6s. yearly at the feast of St. Martin, a passagium strati rendering 6s. 8d. yearly, a profit called 'sheriff's turn' rendering 2s. 4d. yearly at the feast of St. Martin, and a profit from honey in the said parks worth 2s. 4d. yearly, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee.
Heirs as above, the youngest being 20 years old and more on Whitsunday last.
HEREFORD. Inq. taken at Eton, 14 June, 12 Edward III.
Lenhales. The castle and manor (extent given) held of lady Joan de Mortymer, countess of March.
Heirs as above, of full age.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. taken at Teukesbury, 11 July, 12 Edward III.
Oxyndon. The manor (full extent given), including a messuage and two virgates of land and meadow in Ayshdon within the manor held by Robert Stacy, held of Hugh le Despenser by service of half a knight's fee and suit at his court of Teukesbury,
He held no knight's fees or advowsons of churches in the county and marches adjacent.
Heirs as above, of full age.
KENT. Inq. taken at Rochester, 25 July, 12 Edward III.
Snodhurst. A messuage and lands (extent given) held of the honour of Ledes, which is now in the hand of the archbishop of Canterbury, by service of a quarter of a knight's fee.
Heirs as above, Margery aged 30 years, Maud aged 28, Elizabeth aged 26, and Margaret aged 24 1/2 years.
KENT. Inq. 17 July, 12 Edward III.
Wylrynton or Wilryngton. The little manor (maneretum) (extent given), including a custom called 'shir selver' of 7s. at the feast of St. Martin, held of William de Clyntone, earl of Huntyndon, in gavelkind, by service of doing suit at the said William's court of Eseling.
He had four sisters, who are his next heirs, and of full age.
KENT. Inq. 9 July, 12 Edward III.
Whitstapele. The manor (extent given), including wreck of the sea, worth 40s. yearly when it happens, held of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of Chylleham.
Maud (sic) the wife of William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, Isabel (sic) the wife of Thomas (sic) de Veer, earl of Oxford, Margaret (sic) the wife of William de Roos, and Joan (sic) the wife of John Typtot, are sisters and next heirs of the said Giles; Margaret aged 32 years, Maud aged 30, and Elizabeth (sic) aged 21 years.
KENT. Inq. 3 July, 12 Edward III.
Kyngeston. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as parcel of the barony of Chilleham, by service of half a knight's fee.
Margery whom William de Ros, of Beauver, married, aged 32 years; Elizabeth whom William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, married, aged 28 years; Maud whom John de Veer, earl of Oxford, married, aged 25 years; and Margaret whom John Typetot married, aged 23 years, are sisters and next heirs of the said Giles.
KENT. Inq. 18 July, 12 Edward III.
Blen. The little manor (maneretum) (extent given) held of Hugh de Audele, earl of Gloucester, by service of a tenth part of a knight's fee.
Denne. 40a. pasture held of the queen of England in gavelkind by service of 13s. 4d. yearly at the said queen's court of Ospreynge.
Le Blen. 6a. land, in a field called Ayleynesfeld, held of Robert de Blen in gavelkind, by service of 6d. yearly.
Maud the wife of Sir William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, Isabel the wife of Sir Thomas de Veer, earl of Oxford, Margaret the wife of Sir William de Roos of Beauver, and Joan the wife of Sir John Typetot, are sisters and next heirs of the said Giles; Margaret aged 32 years, Maud aged 30, and Elizabeth (sic) aged 21 years.
KENT. Inq. 15 July, 12 Edward III.
Sybbeton. The manor (extent given) held of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of 3s., to be paid yearly at the said archbishop's manor of Lymmyngge, and doing suit at the court of Lymmyngge.
The said Giles had four sisters, of full age, who are his next heirs.
KENT. Inq. 29 June, 12 Edward III.
Grenewych. Lands and tenements (extent given) held of Geoffrey de Say, John Baudekyn, John Atte Mark, Roger de Bavent, and Roger de Bretlynghurst, by paying to them and their heirs 11s. 4d. yearly.
Margery the wife of William de Roos, Maud the wife of John de Veer, earl of Oxford, Elizabeth the wife of William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, and Margaret the wife of John Typetot, are sisters and next heirs of the said Giles; Margery aged 30 years and more, Maud aged 28 years, Elizabeth aged 26 years and more, and Margaret aged 24 1/2 years.
KENT. Inq. 10 July, 12 Edward III.
Tonge. The manor (extent given) held of the heir of Hugh de Sancto Johanne, a minor and in the king's wardship, by service of a knight's fee, and doing suit at the said heir's court of Alnodynton; 10a. of salt marsh in Oxenemersshe; a water-mill held of the king in chief, as of the castle of Dover, by service of rendering 20s. for the ward of the said castle, every twenty weeks; and 200a. arable held, together with tenements in Snaggebergh, of Philippa, queen of England, as of the manor of Middelton, by service of rendering at the said manor 17s. yearly.
Elizabeth the wife of Sir William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, aged 28 years; Maud the wife of Sir John de Veer, earl of Oxford, aged 30 years; Margery the wife of Sir William de Ros, aged 34 years; and Margaret the wife of Sir John Typetot, aged 21 years; are sisters and next heirs of the said Giles.
KENT. Inq. 17 July, 12 Edward III.
Hothfeld. The manor (extent given) held of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of serving the said archbishop with water to wash his hands on the day of his enthronement at Canterbury, when he shall have the ewer and basin (pelve et lotorium), and by service of being chamberlain of the said archbishop that night, and he shall have the bed [used by] the said archbishop that night, for his fee.
Heirs as last above.
KENT. Inq. 13 July, 12 Edward III.
Rydelyngewelde or Redelingeweld. The manor (extent given), including wreck of the sea, held of the king in chief, as parcel of the barony of Chilleham, by service of finding two armed men for guarding the sea in the parts of Rydelyngewold in time of war.
Dover. A water-mill, worth 13s. 4d. yearly, and no more for want of a millstone, and because of divers customs and charges which the bailiffs of Dover take therefrom every week, viz.'974 1/2d. for defence of the sea, although [the mill] was wont to be let to farm for 4l. yearly in time of peace, and divers rents, including 2,000 herrings at the feast of the Annunciation, worth 10s., and 3lbs. pepper at Christmas, worth 3s., held of the king, as parcel of the barony of Chilleham.
Charleton. 3a. meadow, and rents, tenure unspecified.
Heirs as last above.
KENT. Inq. Tuesday, the Commemoration of St. Paul, 12 Edward III.
Erhethe. The manor (extent given), including divers plots of meadow and pasture (names given), a ferry over the Thames, worth 20s. yearly, and customs, called 'sithselver,' and 'feuger' at the feast of St. Michael, held of the king in chief, as parcel of the barony of Chileham.
Heirs as last above, Margery aged 32 years, Maud aged 30 years, Elizabeth aged 25 years, and Margaret aged 20 years.
KENT. Inq. 10 July, 12 Edward III.
Bokyngfolde. The manor (extent given), including a park of 338a. with deer, and 198 1/2a. of great wood which are held of John de Grey, as of the manor of Aylesford, by service of 20s. 6d. yearly at the said manor, held of the king in chief, as parcel of the barony of Croucker, lately in the king's hand, by knight's service.
Heirs unspecified.
KENT. Inq. Wednesday after SS. Peter and Paul, 12 Edward III.
Chetham. The manor (extent given), including pasture at Prisdene and Suthfeld, plots of marsh called Shodhops, 'la Broke,' and Chalfhame, 100a. wood called Holewode, fairs on the feasts of St. Bartholomew and the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, customs called 'gavelrip,' 'average,' and 'gavelreth,' a pair of gloves, 12d. or a sparrowhawk, and a pair of gilt spurs, price 6d., held of the king in chief by service of a quarter of a knight's fee.
Maud the wife of Sir William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, Isabel the wife of Sir Thomas de Veer, earl of Oxford, Margaret the wife of Sir William de Roos, of Beauver, and Joan the wife of John Typetot, are his sisters and next heirs, and of full age.
KENT. Inq. 3 July, 12 Edward III.
Badlesmere. The manor (extent given), including a park of 180a., held of the archbishop of Canterbury, as of the castle of Ledes, by service of three parts of a knight's fee, and rendering 6s. 8d. for the ward of the castle of Dover, every twenty-four weeks, and doing suit at the court of the castle of Ledes every four weeks; and 60a. land called Godeslond, acquired in the time of his father, held of the honour of the castle of Dover by service of rendering 2s. 4d. for the ward of the said castle, every twenty weeks.
Sheldwych parish. A toft, 80a. arable, and 2a. wood, called Wodegate, similarly acquired by his father, held of the abbot of Faveresham, by service of 30s., together with lands and tenements called Rode.
Sellyngge parish. 80a. land, called Rode, similarly acquired by Bartholomew, his father, held as of the fee of the abbot of Faveresham in gavelkind, by the above service.
Sheldwych and Sellyngge. A toft, 150a. land, and a windmill in the field called Malemoignesfeld, held of the said abbot of Faveresham, by service of 20s. yearly at the abbot's manor of Faveresham, and rendering 16s. yearly to the heirs of Richard de Rokesle.
Sheldwych parish. 12a. land in the field called Icobbesfeld.
Sellyngge parish. 14a. land in Methelefeld.
Molasshe. 16a. land called Colomanneslond.
Sheldwych and Sellynge parishes. 12a. land.
All acquired by the said Bartholomew, and held of divers lords by divers services in gavelkind.
Elizabeth whom William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, married, Maud whom John de Veer, earl of Oxford, married, Margery whom William de Roos married, [and] Margaret whom John Typetot married, are his sisters and next heirs, and of full age.
KENT. Inq. 4 July, 12 Edward III.
Chylleham. The castle and manor (full extent given), including pastures called Northbrok and Rode, a park of 300a. with deer, and woods called Polledewode, Stonhieldwode, Wykenore, Rugge, Yongeswode, Selesgrof, and Contessegrof, and mills called Frenschemell and Abbotesmell, held of the king in chief by barony and by service of two knights' fees, and by rendering 20s. for the ward of the castle of Dover, every twenty weeks.
Heirs as last above, Elizabeth aged 28 years, Maud aged 30 years, Margery aged 34 years, [and] Margaret aged 21 years.
SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Cicestre, 27 July, 12 Edward III.
Drayton or Dreyton, by Chichester. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of half a knight's fee, and by doing suit at the king's hundred [court] of Boxe.
Heir unknown.
SUSSEX. Inq. 25 June, 12 Edward III.
Heghynton. The manor (extent given) held of Lady Philippa, queen of England, by service of 15s. yearly for the ward of the said queen's castle of Pevenesee, and by doing suit at her court of Rype.
Heir unknown.
SUSSEX. Inq. 28 July, 12 Edward III.
Bourne. The manor (extent given), including pastures in 'le Lynche,' Regge, Cokyngton, Grenedoune and Southdoune, and fisheries in the sea and stream, held of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee, excepting certain particulars of land and tenements held of divers lords by divers services yearly, viz.'97of the abbot of Begham by service of 13s. 2d., of the heir of John de Hydenye by service of 6s. and 1lb. pepper, of the prior of Michelham by service of 3s. 2d., of Robert de Pussele by service of 6s. 8d., of Andrew Peverel by service of 12 1/4d. for the ward of the castle of Pevenese and sheriff's aid, of John Evenyng by service of 1 1/2d. for the said ward and aid, of John de Hersens by service of 9d. for the said ward and aid, [and] of Walter Bat by service of 7 1/2d. for the said ward and aid, and rendering 12d. yearly for the fabric of the church of Bourne.
He had four sisters, names unknown, who are his next heirs and of full age.
WILTS. Inq. 9 July, 12 Edward III.
Castelcombe. The manor (extent given), including a park in Colham, and 26s. 8d. 'larderselver' at the feast of St. Martin from all the customary tenants, held of the king in chief by barony and by service of a knight's fee.
Hurdecote. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief, as parcel of the manor abovesaid, by the above service.
Estheghtredebury. The manor (extent given), including a pasture called 'la Layehay,' and a pasture at Hornyngesham, held of the earl of Gloucester, by service of half a knight's fee; and it is charged in 40s. sterling yearly to Gilbert de Berewyk by the grant of the said Giles.
Maud the wife of the earl of Oxford, Elizabeth the wife of the earl of Northampton, Margaret the wife of Sir John Tipetot, and Margery the wife of Sir William de Ros, are his next heirs and of full age. Extent or summary of the lands and tenements which were of Giles de Badlesmere returned into the chancery. (Undated fragment.)
KENT. Chilleham and other manors &c. above mentioned.
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Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. to Ralph de Middelneye, escheator in cos. Somerset &c., 18 June, 12 Edward III.
Writ of certiorari de feodis &c. to William Trussel, escheator, 18 June, 12 Edward III.
GLOUCESTER. Inq. 28 May, 13 Edward III.
Oxindon and Pamynton. A sixth part of a knight's fee, which John le Heyr holds.
Oxindon and Assheton. An eighth part of a knight's fee, which John le Pouer holds.
HEREFORD [and WORCESTER?]. Inq. taken at Lenhales, 12 May, 13 Edward III.
Uppecote. Half a knight's fee, which Ralph de Knyll holds.
Hergest and Westheregest. Half a knight's fee, which Philip de Clenevowe holds.
Lunteleye. Half a knight's fee, which Richard de Wormele holds.
Barwe by Wyrcestre. Half a knight's fee, which John de Stanford holds.
Westrehergeiste. Half a knight's fee, which John de Heregeiste and his parceners hold.
Hassele. An eighth part of a knight's fee, which Richard de Euesebach holds.
SALOP. Inq. taken at Neuport Audele, 16 May, 13 Edward III.
Calverhale. A knight's fee and a half, which Laurence de Calverhale holds; and half a knight's fee, which William de Calverhale, son of the said Laurence, holds.
Shaffyngtone. Half a knight's fee, which Alexander de Shaffyngtone holds.
Calverhale. Half a knight's fee, which John de Cloverle holds.
Addredele. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Richard de Leyes holds.
Ideshale. Half a knight's fee, which Roger Corbet of Kaux holds; and a fiftieth part of a knight's fee, which William de Leversete holds.
Addredele. The advowson of the church.
Ideshale. The advowson of the church, with the chapel of St. Mary.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. 12 June, 13 Edward III.
Ludyngton-on-Brouneswold. The advowson of the church.
SUFFOLK. Inq. 26 May, 13 Edward III.
Barwe and Fornham St. Genevieve (Sancti (sic) Genovefe). A third part of a knight's fee, which Edward de Cretyng holds.
Fulbourne. Half a knight's fee, which John de Shardelowe holds.
Barwe. An eighth part of a knight's fee, which Adam Blaunkpayne and Osbert de Mundeford hold; and a sixteenth part of a knight's fee, which William Botevylleyne holds.
Barwe. The advowson of the church.
He held the said fees and advowson of the earl Marshal.
RUTLAND. Inq. taken at Hameldon, 8 June, 13 Edward III.
Normanton. Half a knight's fee, which Margaret de Basyng holds.
Marketoverton. The advowson of the church.
Both held of the king in chief.
HERTFORD. Inq. 8 June, 13 Edward III.
Northmymmys. The advowson of the church.
SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Laghton, 28 April, 13 Edward III.
Erlyngton. Half a knight's fee, which Andrew de Sakevill holds.
Westhamme. A quarter of a knight's fee, which John de Britannia holds.
Bourne. A quarter of a knight's fee, which John Dygges and his parceners hold.
Waldern and Heigthon. A quarter of a knight's fee, which John le Mareschal of Waldern and his parceners hold.
Heigthon. A quarter of a knight's fee, which John de Holyngdale holds.
KENT. Inq. 20 April, 13 Edward III.
Chilham. A knight's fee, which Maud de Hirst holds; and three parts of a knight's fee, which William le Yonge holds.
Danyton. A quarter of a knight's fee, which the prioress of Gynes holds.
Chilham. A knight's fee, which Eudo de Shillynghelde and his parceners hold; and a knight's fee, which John de Esture and his parceners hold.
Eslynge. Two knights' fees, which William de Clynton, earl of Huntingdon, holds; a knight's fee, which Andrew Dyve and his parceners hold; and a knight's fee, which Ralph de Saunsavoir holds.
Lodenham. A knight's fee, which Joan de Bokelond holds.
Chilham. A knight's fee, which Thomas Ensyng holds.
Wytherlyng. A knight's fee, which Robert Dod and his parceners hold.
Tapeton. A knight's fee, which John de Tapeton and John de Erthe hold.
Great Hugham. A knight's fee, which Warisius de Valence holds.
Hugham. A knight's fee, which the heirs of Adam Sare and his parceners hold.
Makeston. A quarter of a knight's fee, which William le Harcher holds.
Sibberston. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Maud de Hirst holds.
Erhethe. Half a knight's fee, which James de Bureford (?) holds.
Wodelyng. A quarter of a knight's fee, which William de Clynton, earl of Huntyngdon, holds.
Danyton. A quarter of a knight's fee, which the prioress of Gynnes holds.
The fee of a serjeanty of being chamberlain of the archbishop of Canterbury on the day of his enthronement.
Rethelyngweld. The advowson of the church.
Cherlton. The advowson of the church.
Kyngeston. The advowson of the church.
Wytstapel. The advowson of the church.
Chilham. The advowson of the chapel in the castle.
Hothfeld. The advowson of the church.
Lessenes. The advowson of the abbey, belonging to his manor of Erethe.
The said Giles held all the said fees of the king in chief.
KENT. Inq. 23 April, 13 Edward III.
Ripple. A knight's fee, which William Cly[n]ton, earl of Huntyngdon, holds.
Herteye. Two parts of a knight's fee, which the heirs of Richard de Rokiswell hold.
Horton. Half a knight's fee, which Roger de Northewode holds.
Lamberden. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Ralph de Lamberden holds.
Elnyngton. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Eudo de Chellyngheld holds.
Lullyngeston. Half a knight's fee, which Reginald de Cobham holds.
Kyngesdon. A sixth part of a knight's fee, which Laurence de Chymbham holds.
Chipstede. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, which Michael de Chipstede holds.
Assh. A quarter of a knight's fee, which John Cryel and his parceners hold.
Kynesdon. A fortieth part of a knight's fee, which William atte Laneshevede holds.
Lymynge. A knight's fee, which Margaret de Kendale holds.
Egethorn. Half a knight's fee, which John de Boudon holds.
Esmersfeld. Half a knight's fee, which Edmund Gasselyn holds.
Tonge. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Richard de Sconyngton holds.
Stonpit. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Nicholas de Cobham holds.
Hamme. Half a knight's fee, which Richard Fitz Bernard holds.
Bekenore. Half a knight's fee, which William de Clynton, earl of Huntyngdon, holds.
Tonge. The advowson of the hospital of St. James.
Langedon. The advowson of two chaplains or two fit clerks to be canons in the abbey.
Badlesmere. The advowson of the church.
Holderomeneye. The advowson of the church.
Sellyng. The advowson of the chapel.
Natyngdon. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Isabel Terry holds.
WILTS. Inq. 4 May, 13 Edward III.
Comerwell and Compton. Two knights' fees, which Roger de Berle holds.
Somerford Mautravers. A knight's fee, which John Mautraveirs holds.
Smethecot. A knight's fee, which Richard Danteseye holds.
Sherston Pynkeneye. A knight's fee, which Thomas Giffard of Weston holds.
Byddeston. A quarter of a knight's fee, which Nicholas de Byddeston holds.
Saltharpe. A knight's fee, which William Everard holds.
Brodhinton. A knight's fee, which Fidena Was holds.
Mulford. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, which Thomas de Bocton holds.
Batham Wily. Half a knight's fee, which John de Bokelond holds.
Polton. A knight's fee, which John de Polton holds.
Overwerston. A knight's fee, which the abbot of Teukesbury holds.
Lusteshull. Two parts of a knight's fee, which John de Lusteshull holds.
Quedhampton. Half a knight's fee, which Robert Russell holds.
Shawe. Half a knight's fee, which William atte More holds.
Whelpeleye. Three parts of a knight's fee, which John Lengleys holds.
Groundwell. Half a knight's fee, which Walter de Groundwell holds.
Chadyndon. A knight's fee, which the prior of Bradinstok holds.
Costowe. A knight's fee, which the abbot of Stanleye holds.
Compton. A knight's fee, which Philippa, queen of England, holds of the inheritance of Hugh le Despenser.
Broghton. Two knights' fees, which James de Audelye and John Lestraunge hold.
Aysston and Eleston. Two knights' fees, which Margaret Giffard sometime held of the inheritance of John Mautravers.
Batham Wyly. A fifth part of a knight's fee, which Nicholas Lamberd holds.
Polton. Half a knight's fee, which Thomas de Polton holds.
Blundeston. Two knights' fees, which John As holds.
Hurdecot. An eighth part of a knight's fee, which Richard de Chesden holds; and a quarter of a knight's fee, which the prior of St. John's, Wilton, holds.
All held by the said Giles of the king in chief.
Castelcoumbe. The advowson of the church.
Heghtredebury. The advowson of a chantry.
He had no more fees or advowsons in the county.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 12 June, 12 Edward III.
Hameldene. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, which Robert de Sakevyll holds.
Hameldene. The advowson of the church.
ESSEX. Inq. 8 June, 13 Edward III.
Chyngeford. The advowson of the church.
Little Stanbrige. The advowson of the church.
Lachelegh. The advowson of the chapel. Mandate from the king to the keepers of the great seal, commanding them as soon as the extents of the lands which belonged to the said Giles shall be returned into the chancery, and the pourparties have been duly made, to receive the fealties of those who have espoused the three sisters and heirs of the inheritance of the said Giles who are within the realm and postpone their homages, together with the homage and fealty of him who has espoused the fourth sister and heir of the said inheritance, who is in the king's service over sea (par dela), until the king's return from those parts, and cause livery to be made of the said pourparties to the said heirs, according to the usage of the chancery, 12 July, 12 Edward III. By p.s. (French.)
Writ of scire facias to the escheator to warn the earl of Northampton and Elizabeth his wife, the earl of Oxford and Maud his wife, William de Roos and Margery his wife, and John Tybetot and Margaret his wife to be in the chancery on the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary next to be present at the assignment of dower to Elizabeth late the wife of the said Giles out of the lands, knights' fees and advowsons of churches which were of the said Giles, 18 August, 12 Edward III.
Return by the escheator that he had warned the said parties accordingly (undated).
Writ to the escheator, if there are any inquisitions concerning lands &c. which were of the said Giles which are not yet taken, to take them without delay, and send them or signify the cause &c. 2 September, 12 Edward III. Teste, Edward duke of Cornwall &c.
SUSSEX. Inq. 15 September, 12 Edward III.
Laughton. The manor with the hundred of Sheplake (full extent given), including a park two leagues in circuit, pannage of the woods of Broyl, Walderne and Hauekherst, pasture at Dykere, Broyl, Walderne, and Hauekhurst, and divers customs, held of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees.
Margery, whom William le Ros married, Maud, whom John le Veer, earl of Oxford, married, Elizabeth, whom William de Boun, earl of Northampton, married, and Margaret, whom John Typetot married, are sisters and next heirs of the said Giles, and of full age.
Writ of plenius certiorari, whereas it was found by inquisition that the said Giles, long before his death, demised to William de Carleton the bailiwick of the forestry of the forest of Essex, to hold for the said William's life, and the said William has given the king to understand that he was seised of the same for no small time before the said Giles's death, by virtue of such demise, and that the escheator, nevertheless, unjustly took the said bailiwick into the king's hand among the other lands &c. of the said Giles, and has craved remedy, 2 October, 12 Edward III.
ESSEX. Inq. taken at Stratford atte Thorne, 14 October, 12 Edward III. The said Giles, on Sunday next after St. Matthias, 8 Edward III, by his charter of feoffment, demised to the said William de Carleton the said bailiwick, the king's confirmation having been obtained, to hold for the said William's life, rendering 10 marks yearly to the said Giles and his heirs; and the said William was seised thereof until after the death of the said Giles, and at no time changed his estate therein in any way.
Writ of certiorari, whereas the king has assigned to the abovesaid daughters of the said Giles and their husbands their pourparties of the lands and tenements that were of the said Giles, and they have prayed him to assign them their pourparties, as well of the lands and tenements as of the knights' fees and advowsons of churches, which Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles, Jaconia (sic) de Merk, and Helen de Broke hold in dower, and Hugh de Audele, earl of Gloucester, and Margaret his wife, Thomas de Verdon, William de Carleton, William Bermyn and Helen his wife, Maud de Boclond, Katherine Boclond, Roger de Lou Thomas Ordrich, chaplain, Margaret Breton, Thomas Pasceleu, William Casse, Alice Uphed, John son of Thomas Fitz Bernard, Andrew de Metestede, Robert de Bradefeld, William Parys, and Robert de Sussex, hold for life of the said inheritance, the escheator is commanded to enquire concerning the same and their value &c. 15 December, 12 Edward III.
WILTS. Inq. 24 April, 13 Edward III.
Knouke. The manor, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Hugh Daundle (sic), earl of Gloucester; and the reversion pertains to the heirs of the same Giles: the manor is a member of the manor of Heightredebury.
Orcheston. The manor, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by the said earl, with similar reversion, and it is a member of the manor of Heightredebury.
ESSEX. Inq. taken at Lachelegh, 8 June, 13 Edward III.
Thaxstede. The manor, held for their lives, of the grant of the said Giles, by Hugh Daudle, earl of Gloucester, and Margaret his wife, with reversion as above, of the king in chief, as a member of the earldom of Gloucester.
Lyndessele. The manor, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Jaconia de Merk, with similar reversion, of the king in chief by service of a quarter of a knight's fee.
Little Stanbrigge. The manor, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Thomas de Verdon, with similar reversion, of the king, as of the hundred of Rocheford, by service of 12d. yearly, and of divers other lords by service of 56s. 8d. yearly.
SUFFOLK. Inq. 18 May, 13 Edward III.
Barewe. The manor, held in dower, of the inheritance of the said Giles, by Elizabeth, late his wife, with reversion as above, of the earl Marshal by service of two knights' fees and a half; divers tenements and rent, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Thomas Ordrich, chaplain, with similar reversion; divers tenements, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Margata (sic) Breton, for her life, with similar reversion; and divers tenements, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Thomas Passelewe, with similar reversion, and they are parcels of the said manor of Barewe.
Brendbradfeld. The manor, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Thomas de Verdon, with similar reversion; and the manor is held of the abbot of St. Edmund's by service of half a knight's fee.
SUSSEX. Inq. 18 April, 13 Edward III.
Bourne. The manor, held in dower by Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles, with reversion as above, of the king in chief by service of a knight's fee.
Laughton. The manor, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees.
Heighinton. The manor, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the castle of Pevynse, by service of 15s., and doing suit at the court of Philippa, queen of England.
Drayton. The manor, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the king in chief by service of half a knight's fee, and doing suit at the king's hundred[court] of Boxe.
Westdene. The manor, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Andrew de Metstede, with similar reversion.
Mekham. A third part of a knight's fee, which John Levet holds, held by the same Andrew, with similar reversion.
Westdene. A sixth part of a knight's fee, which Richard de Stonore holds, held by the same Andrew, with similar reversion.
Beighinton. A knight's fee, which the tenants of Beighinton hold, held by the same Andrew, with similar reversion; and the manor and knight's fee are held of the lords of Torryng by service of two knights' fees.
HERTFORD. Inq. 8 May, 13 Edward III.
Plessy. The manor, held in dower by Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles, with reversion as above, of Elizabeth de Burgo, late the wife of John de Burgo, by service of 21s. yearly, and doing suit at her court of Staundon.
Bokelond. The manor, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the castle of Tonge, by service of a knight's fee.
Mardeleye. The manor, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of Amice de Poley, by service of 20s. yearly, as of her manor of Ayote; and a yearly rent from the same manor, held for life by Thomas de Louthe, of the grant of the said Giles, with similar reversion.
Bokelond. A messuage, 80a. land, and other tenements and rent, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Katherine de Bokelond, with similar reversion, of the manor of Bokelond, as parcel thereof; and divers tenements, held for their lives, of the grant of the said Giles, by Maud de Bokelond and Helen her sister, with similar reversion, as parcel of the said manor.
Welles. The manor, held of the grant of the said Giles, by William Germyn and Helen his wife, for the life of the said Helen, with similar reversion, of Edward de Kendale by service of 32s. 8d. and doing suit at the said Edward's court.
RUTLAND. Inq. 12 May, 13 Edward III.
Market Overton. Divers tenements, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Robert de Sussex, with reversion as above, and they are parcels of the manor of Overton.
NORTHAMPTON. Inq. taken at Walmesford, 12 June, 13 Edward III.
Milton and Paston. Divers tenements, held of the grant of the said Giles by William Casse for a term of years, with reversion as above, and they are parcels of the manor of Milton.
OXFORD. Inq. 30 April, 13 Edward III.
Fynemere. Two parts of the manor, held in dower by Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles, with reversion as above, and the manor is held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 2s. yearly; and a third part of the manor, held in dower by Helen de Brook, with similar reversion.
KENT. Inq. taken at Olderomeneye, 12 April, 13 Edward III.
Erhethe. The manor, held in dower by Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles, with reversion as above, of the king in chief, as parcel of the barony of Chilham.
Kyngeston. The manor held in dower by the same Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the king in chief, as parcel of the said barony.
Rodelingwolde. The manor, held in dower by the same Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the king in chief, as parcel of the said barony.
Devorre and Cherleton. Divers tenements, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the king in chief, as parcels of the said barony.
Sibbeton. The manor, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion, of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of 3s. at his manor of Lymynge, and doing suit at the court of Lymbigges.
Kyngeston. 2a. land, held for life as in dower, by Alice Upheved, of Kyngeston, with similar reversion, and they are parcels of the said manor of Kyngeston.
Langeport. The manor, with rents in Olderomeneye and Neweromeneye, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by John le Fitz Bernard, with similar reversion, of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of 13s. 4d.
BUCKINGHAM. Inq. 4 May, 13 Edward III.
Preston. Two parts of the manor, held in dower by Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles, with reversion as above; and the manor is held of the king in chief by service of 3s. yearly.
Couele. Divers tenements, held in dower by the said Elizabeth, with similar reversion; and they are parcels of the manor of Couele.
Preston. A third part of the manor, held in dower by Helen de Broke for her life, with similar reversion.
Couele. A messuage and 80a. land, held for life, of the grant of the said Giles, by Robert de Bradfeld, with similar reversion; and they are parcels of the manor of Couele.
Hamelden. Four virgates of land and other tenements, held for life by William de Parys, with similar reversion, and they are parcel of the manor of Hamelden.
Memorandum, that all the participants of the inheritance of the said Giles came into the king's chancery by their attorneys, on the morrow of the abovesaid feast in the present year, and Wednesday after St. Matthew next was given them to receive their pourparties (undated).
Extent or summary of the above knights' fees and advowsons of churches (defective).
Endorsed: With the assent of the parties the business remains in its present state until the quinzaine of Easter next.
Memorandum that a partition having been made on the feast of St. James, 15 Edward [III], amongst the heirs and participants of Giles de Badlesmere, as well of the lands and tenements as of the knights' fees which are held in dower and for life of the said inheritance, a day was given, with their assent, three weeks from St. Michael next, to receive in the chancery their pourparties of the advowsons of churches &c. which are so held of the said inheritance.
Pourparties of the abovesaid knights' fees and advowsons of churches made among the heirs of the said Giles:-
Pourparty of William de Roos of Ham[elak] and Margery his wife.
KENT. Knights' fees or parts thereof in Esling, Wodling, Danyton, Chilham, Makeston, Elnyngton, and Horton; and the advowsons of the chapels of Chilham and Selling, and of the churches of Hothfeld and Olderomeney.
ESSEX. The advowson of the church of Chingeford.
SALOP. The advowson of the church of Addirdle.
DORSET. The advowson of the church of Tarente, with alternate presentation.
WILTS. The advowson of the chantry of Heghtredebury.
Pourparty of the earl of Oxford and Maud his wife.
WILTS. Knights' fees or parts thereof in Broghton, Hurdecote, Comerewelle and Compton, Batham Wily and Whelpeley.
KENT. A knight's fee and a quarter in Assh and Hugham.
SUFFOLK. Parts of knight's fees in Fulbourne and Barwe.
SALOP. Half a knight's fee in Calverale.
HEREFORD. A knight's fee in Hergest, Westhergest and Lunteley.
KENT. The advowsons of the churches of Badlesmere and Whitstaple.
RUTLAND. The advowson of the church of Overton Market.
Pourparty of the earl of Northampton and Elizabeth his wife.
KENT. Knights' fees or parts thereof in Ripple, Bikenore, Tapeton, Lymynge, Tonge, Stonpete, Hamme, Natingdon, Egthorn, and Erhethe.
WILTS. A knight's fee in Somereford Mautravers.
RUTLAND. Half a knight's fee in Normanton. SALOP. Knights' fees in Ideshale and Calverale.
SALOP. The advowsons of the church of Ideshale, and the chapel of St. Mary there.
KENT. The advowson of the hospital of St. James, Tonge, with the advowson of two canons in the abbey of Langedon.
ESSEX. The advowsons of the chapel of Lachele and of the church of Little Stanbrig.
Pourparty of John Tibbetot and Margaret his wife.
WILTS. Knights' fees or parts thereof in Overwerston, Chadington, Blundeston, Saltharpe, Bridehenton, Buddeston, and Sherston Pynkenye.
SUSSEX. Half a knight's fee in Erlington.
SALOP. Parts of knights' fees in Shaffington, Addirdle, and Calverale.
DORSET. A sixth part of a knight's fee in Blakenotford. KENT. Parts of knights' fees in Chepstede and Kingeston.
BUCKINGHAM. The advowson of the church of Hamelden.
WILTS. The advowson of the church of Castelcombe.
KENT. The advowson of the church of Olderomeney, with alternate presentation.
Memorandum, that this schedule was delivered into the chancery on 10 November, 13 Edward III, by the attorneys of the heirs and participants of the inheritance of Giles de Badelesmere, deceased, that they might receive their pourparties in the said fees and advowsons in form aforewritten and not according to the extents thereof returned into the chancery.
Dower of Elizabeth late the wife of the said Giles.
This schedule was delivered into the chancery on 10 November, 13 Edward III, as well by the attorneys of the said heirs and participants, as by the attorney of the said Elizabeth, to receive her dower of the fees and advowsons in form underwritten:-
WILTS. Knights' fees and parts thereof in Compton, Aysston and Elston, Costouwe, Smethecote, Mulford, Polton, Lusteshull, Quedhampton, Shawe, and Groundwell.
KENT. Knights' fees and parts thereof in Lullyngston, Danynton, Chilham, Lodenham, Wytherlynge, Great Hugham, Syberston, Esmeresfeld, Herteye, Lamberdenn, and Kyngesdoun.
SUSSEX. Parts of knights' fees in Westhamme, Estbourn, Heghynton, and Waldern.
GLOUCESTER. Parts of knights' fees in Oxyndon, Panynton, and Assheton.
BUCKINGHAM. A twentieth part of a knight's fee in Hamelden.
SUFFOLK. A third part of a knight's fee in Barwe and Fornham.
HEREFORD. Parts of knights' fees in Upcote, Barwe by Wyrcestre, Westhergest and Asshele.
WILTS [rectius SUSSEX]. A third part of a knight's fee in Mekham.
SUSSEX. A knight's fee and a sixth part of a fee in Westden and Beighinton.
SUFFOLK. The advowson of the church of Barewe.
HERTFORD. The advowson of the church of Northmymmes.
KENT. The advowsons of the churches of Rydelyngwelde, Kyngeston, Cherleton, and Olde Romeneye with the first presentation there.
NORTHAMPTON. The advowson of the church of Lodynton.
Memorandum, the first presentation to the church of Barewe goes to [John] Tib[etot], and the second to the king; the first presentation to Northmymmes to [William de] Ros, and the second to [John] Tib[etot]; and the first presentation to Kyngeston to [William de] Boun, and the second to [John de] Veer.
Assignment of dower to the said Elizabeth of the lands &c. which were of the said Giles in England.
KENT. The manors of Erhethe, Kyngeston, Ridelyngeweld, and Sybeton, and lands and tenements in Dover and Cherleton.
SUSSEX. The manors of Bourn, Laughton, Heyghinton, and Drayton.
BUCKINGHAM. The manor of Preston, and a rent of 2s. 4 3/4d. from lands and tenements in Couele.
SUFFOLK. The manor of Barewe.
HERTFORD. The manors of Plessis, Boklond, and Mardele.
OXFORD. The manor of Fynemere.
LONDON. A messuage and 13 shops in the parish of St. Katherine Coleman near Algate.
Memorandum. All the aforesaid manors &c. were delivered into the chancery to the said Elizabeth for her dower, by all the heirs and participants of the inheritance of the said Giles; and the said Elizabeth acknowledged the same, and that the said assignment of dower was made, not according to the extents made thereof and returned into the chancery, but with the common consent, as well of all the said heirs and participants, as of the said Elizabeth.
Partition of the lands and tenements which are held in dower and for life of the inheritance of the said Giles.
Pourparty of William de Ros of Hamelak and Margery his wife.
SUSSEX. The manors of Bourne and Hehyngton and the wood of Walderne in Laghton, all held in dower by Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles.
BUCKINGHAM. Two parts of the manor of Preston, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower; a third part of the said manor, which Helen de Broke holds in dower; 2s. 4 3/4d. of rent in Couele, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower; all the tenements in Couele, which Robert de Bradefeld holds for life; and all the tenements in Hamelden which William de Parys holds for life.
WILTS. The manor of Knouk, which Hugh de Audele, earl of Gloucester, holds for life.
HERTFORD. The manor of Bokland, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower, and all the tenements there which Katherine de Bokland, Maud de Bokland and Helen her sister hold for life; and 2s. 3 1/4d. rent from the manor of Plescy, yearly for ever, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower.
SUFFOLK. The manor of Brend Bradfeld, which Thomas de Verdon holds for life.
ESSEX. A quarter of the manor of Thaxstede, which Hugh Daudele, earl of Gloucester, and Margaret his wife hold for life.
HERTFORD. 8l. 18s. 0 1/4d. rent, issuing from the manor of Welles, which William Germyn and Helen his wife held for the life of the said Helen, to be received yearly, until a certain reversion of lands and tenements of like value assigned in the pourparty of the said William de Roos and Margery, the lands and tenements held in dower by the said Elizabeth, and Thaxstede only excepted, should fall to the said William de Roos and Margery. Also, let the earl of Oxford and Maud his wife be bound to the said William de Roos and Margery his wife in 91l. 10s. of silver, to be paid within a month after the death of the said Elizabeth, late the wife of the aforesaid Giles, for great wood &c. And let John de Tybetot and Margaret his wife be bound to the said William and Margery in 15l. 10s. of silver, to be paid at the same time for the same cause, &c.
WILTS. A knight's fee in Eleston, which Margaret Gyffard holds; a twentieth part of a knight's fee in Mulsford, which Thomas de Bokton holds; two parts of a knight's fee in Lusteshull, which John de Lusteshull holds; a moiety of a knight's fee in Polton, which Thomas de Polton holds; and a moiety of a knight's fee in Quedhampton, which Robert Russel holds.
KENT. A knight's fee in Wytherlyng, which Robert Dod and his parceners hold.
SUSSEX. A quarter of a knight's fee in Walderne and Heyhyngton, which John Mareschal and his parceners hold.
All which the said Elizabeth holds in dower.
SUSSEX. A third part of a knight's fee in Megham, which John Levet holds of the manor of Westdene, which manor Andrew de Medsted holds for life; and a sixth part of a knight's fee in Westdene, which Richard de Stonor holds of the said manor.
HEREFORD. A moiety of a knight's fee in Westhergest, which John de Hergest and his parceners hold.
BUCKINGHAM. A twentieth part of a knight's fee in Hameldene, which Robert de Sakevyle holds.
Both held in dower by the said Elizabeth.
Pourparty of John de Veer, earl of Oxford, and Maud his wife.
SUSSEX. The manor of Laghton, besides (preter) the wood called Walderne, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower; and the manor of Westdene, which Andrew de Medstede holds for life.
KENT. The manor of Ryglyngweld and all the tenements in Dover and Cherleton, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower.
HERTFORD. The manor of Welles, except 8l. 18s. 0 1/4d. rent assigned to William de Roos and Margery his wife on condition of receiving yearly as above, and 8s. 3 1/4d. rent assigned yearly to the earl of Northampton and Elizabeth his wife on the same condition, which manor William Germyn and Helen his wife held for the life of the said Helen; and 26s. 10d. rent issuing from the manor of Plescy yearly for ever.
NORTHAMPTON. Tenements in Milton and Paston, which William Casse held for life or for a term of years.
ESSEX. A fourth part of the manor of Thaxstede, which Hugh Daudele, earl of Gloucester, and Margaret his wife hold for their lives.
WILTS. A knight's fee in Costowe, which the abbot of Stanleye holds; and a knight's fee in Smethcote, which Richard Danteseye holds.
KENT. A moiety of a knight's fee in Lullyngston, which Reginald de Cobham holds; and a knight's fee in Lodenham, which Joan de Bokland holds.
All held in dower by the said Elizabeth.
SUSSEX. A knight's fee in Heyhyngton, which the tenants of Heyhyngton hold of the manor of Westdene, which the said Andrew de Medstede holds for life; and a quarter of a knight's fee in Heyhyngton, which John de Holyngdale holds.
GLOUCESTER. A sixth part of a knight's fee in Oxindon and Panynton, which John le Eyr holds; and an eighth part of a knight's fee in Oxindon and Assheton, which John le Poer holds.
All held in dower by the said Elizabeth.
Memorandum that this 'kalendar' was given into the chancery by the heirs and participants of the inheritance of the said Giles, and with their assent this partition was made in form abovesaid.
Pourparty of William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, and Elizabeth his wife.
KENT. The manor of Erhethe, which Elizabeth, late the wife of the said Giles, holds in dower; and the manor of Langporte with Romneye, which John Fitz Bernard holds for life.
SUSSEX. The manor of Drayton, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower.
OXFORD. Two parts of the manor of Fynemere, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower; and a third part of the said manor, which Helen de Broke holds in dower.
HERTFORD. The manor of Plescy, except 30s. 7d. rent, which manor the said Elizabeth holds in dower; and 8s. 3 1/4d. rent, issuing from the manor of Welles, which William Germyn and Helen his wife hold for the life of the said Helen &c. as abovesaid.
LONDON. A hospital in Algate, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower.
ESSEX. A fourth part of the manor of Thaxstede, as is contained in the previous pourparty; 2s. 8 1/2d. rent, issuing from the manor of Lyndesele, which Jaconia de Merk holds for life as abovesaid; and let John de Tybetot and Margaret his wife be bound to the said William de Bohun and Elizabeth his wife in 20s., to be paid within a month after the decease of the said Elizabeth, for great wood &c.
WILTS. A knight's fee in Compton, which Philippa, queen of England holds; a moiety of a knight's fee in Shawe, which William atte More holds; and a moiety of a knight's fee in Groundwell, which Walter de Groundwell holds.
KENT. A knight's fee in Chilham, which Eudo de Shillyngfeld holds; a moiety of a knight's fee in Esmeresfeld, which Ed[mund] Gacelyn holds; two parts of a knight's fee in Hertay, which the heirs of Richard de Rokeswell hold; a sixth part of a knight's fee in Kyngesdoun, which Laurence de Chymbham holds; and a quarter of a knight's fee in Danyton, which the prioress of Gynes holds.
SUFFOLK. A third part of a knight's fee in Barowe and Fornham, which Edward de Cretyng holds.
HEREFORD. An eighth part of a knight's fee in Asshele, which Richard de Euesbache holds.
All held in dower by the said Elizabeth.
Pourparty of John de Tybetot and Margaret his wife.
SUFFOLK. The manor of Barowe, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower; and all the tenements there, which Thomas Ordriche, chaplain, and Margaret Breton, and Thomas Passelew hold there for life.
ESSEX. The manor of Stanebrigge, which Thomas de Verdon holds for life; the manor of Lyndesele, except 52s. 8 1/2d. rent assigned to the earl of Northampton and Elizabeth his wife, &c. as abovesaid, which manor Jaconia de Merk held for her life; and a fourth part of the manor of Thaxstede, which Hugh Daudele, earl of Gloucester, and Margaret his wife hold.
HERTFORD. The manor of Mardeleye, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower; 40s. rent there, which Roger de Louth holds for life; and 17 3/4d. rent, issuing from the manor of Plescy yearly.
KENT. The manor of Kyngeston, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower; all the tenements there, which Alice de Hupheved holds in dower; and the manor of Sibton, which the said Elizabeth holds in dower.
WILTS. The manor of Orcheston, which Hugh Daudele, earl of Gloucester, holds for life.
RUTLAND. All the tenements in Overton, which Robert de Sussex holds for life.
WILTS. A knight's fee in Assheton, which Margaret Giffard holds; and a knight's fee in Polton, which John de Polton holds.
KENT. A knight's fee in Hugham, which Warisius de Valoynes holds; a quarter of a knight's fee in Siberston, which Maud de Hirst holds; and a quarter of a knight's fee in Lamberdene, which Ralph de Lamberdene holds.
SUSSEX. A quarter of a knight's fee in Westham and Pevensay, which John de Britannia holds; and a quarter of a knight's fee in Estbourn, which John Dyges and his parceners hold.
HEREFORD. A moiety of a knight's fee in Upkote, which Ralph de Knylle holds; and a moiety of a knight's fee in Barwe by Wircestre, which John de Staunford holds.
All held in dower by the said Elizabeth.
Certificate made by the deputy of the justice of Ireland, the chancellor, and the king's treasurer there, and by them returned before the king in his chancery in England, by virtue of his writ directed to them.
Transcript of writ to the said justice &c. as above, 20 June, 16 Edward III, on the complaint of the abovesaid William de Bohun, earl of Northampton, and Elizabeth his wife, John de Ver, earl of Oxford, and Maud his wife, William de Roos of Hamelak and Margery his wife, and John Tybetot and Margaret his wife, that, whereas the king lately took their homage for all the lands &c. which the said Giles held of the king in chief in England, and commanded their several pourparties to be delivered to them, and it was found, by an inquisition taken in Ireland, and returned into the chancery there, that the said Giles held of the king in chief on the day he died divers lands &c. in the lordship of Tothemond and elsewhere in Ireland, and divers other lands &c. there of other lords, whereby the wardship of all the said lands &c. of the said Giles in fee pertained to the king, and for that cause were taken into the king's hand, and, for a certain fixed sum to be rendered yearly to him, were by the king's council there committed to Maurice son of Thomas, earl of Dessemond; and the said earls, William and John, for themselves and their wives, made suit that the said justice &c. might take care (curaretis) to make their pourparties of the aforesaid lands &c. and deliver the same to them. They [the said justices &c.], however, because it was found by a certain inquisition, which Thomas, bishop of Hereford, then guardian (custos) of Ireland, demanded to be taken at the suit of the said Maurice, who alleged (suggerentis) that all the said lands &c. in Ireland, of which the said Giles died seised in fee, were held of the said Maurice, and not of the king, and who schemed (machinantis) to disinherit the king of the said wardship, that the said lands &c. were held of the said Maurice, on pretext of which inquisition he detains and occupies them, applying the issues to his own use, have not taken care (non curastis) to make the pourparties of the said earls, William and John, and of their wives, of the said lands &c. as the custom is, and to deliver the same to them, although the king and his progenitors have been seised without interruption of the wardship and marriage of the heirs of the said inheritance, and of the wardship of the lands &c. thereof, from the time the same came to the hands of the ancestors of the said Giles, and to those heirs who were minors, and of the homage of the same heirs successively, from heir to heir, as fully appears by the rolls and memoranda in the king's treasury in Ireland, but have permitted the same lands &c. to be detained for a long time out of the king's hand, and still permit it, to the king's hurt and damage, and to the manifest disherison of his crown; wherefore the king has been prayed to cause fitting remedy to be provided, as well for himself as for the said heirs. They are commanded, if on examination of the rolls and other memoranda, they find that the said lands &c. in the parts of Tothemond and elsewhere in Ireland are held of the king, or partly of him and partly of others, and that, by reason of the king's prerogative, after the deaths of the said Giles and his ancestors, the king and his progenitors were seised of the wardship of all the said lands &c., and of the homage of the said heirs in times past, to cause the said lands &c. to be resumed into the king's hand, and to cause due and speedy justice to be done to the said earls, William and John, and their wives, on their suit for restitution of the said lands &c. as of right, and according to the law and custom of Ireland, causing all those who have occupied the said lands, &c. from the time of the said Giles's death, to come to the said exchequer, and to answer for the issues of all the said lands &c. from the time of the said death, certifying into the chancery of England what they have done in the matter. Whereupon the king's writ of the chancery of Ireland was sent to the treasurer, barons, and chamberlain of the exchequer at Dublin as follows:-
Transcript of writ to the said treasurer &c. to the same effect as above, 8 June, 17 Edward III. Teste, John Moryz, deputy of John Darcy, justice of Ireland. By writ of England.
By virtue of this writ the said treasurer &c. remitted into the Irish chancery a certificate as follows:-
Transcript of certificate &c. The present king had the wardship of the lands and tenements of the said Giles de Badlesmere, after the latter's death; and king Edward I had the wardship of the lands &c. of the said inheritance that sometime were of Thomas de Clare, ancestor of the said Giles, viz.'97of the manors of Inchcoyng, co. Cork, Moytanenagh, Balydogill, Reyens, Kylros, Deralyng, Dunkyn, Any (and) Bonrat in Tothemond, and rents of the lands of Connac' and Typermehiniche, which lands &c. were in the said king's hand by reason of the minority of the said Thomas's heir; similarly, king Edward II had the wardship of the lands &c. of the said inheritance, which were of Richard de Clare, ancestor of the said Giles, viz.- in Tothemond, and of the manors of Inskysty, Any, Inchecoyng, and of all the castles and other lands &c. which were of the said Richard, and in the hand of king Edward II by reason of the minority of the said Richard's heir: similarly, the present king had the wardship of the castles, manors, and towns, which were of the pourparty of Margaret, late the wife of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, aunt and heir of Thomas de Clare, and were in the king's hand through the death of Thomas, son and heir of Richard de Clare, a minor and in the king's wardship, ancestors of the said Giles: similarly, the present king had the wardship of all the lands and tenements which were of the pourparty of Maud, late the wife of Robert de Clifford, ancestor of the said Giles.
Afterwards, by virtue of the said writ of England, the king's writ from the chancery of Ireland was sent to the escheator of Ireland, as follows:-
Transcript of writ to the escheator of Ireland, reciting the above writ &c. and commanding enquiry to be made &c., 17 September, 17 Edward III. By virtue of which writ the said escheator sent into the chancery of Ireland an inquisition to the following purport:-
Transcript of inq., Friday before St. Michael, 17 Edward III.
CORK.
Inchecoyng. Two parts of the barony held of the king in chief by service of 5l. when scutage runs, in which are twenty carucates and a half of land, as well in demesne as in the hands of farmers and serfs (betagiorum) there, and four carucates of uncultivated land.
Inchescoyng and Kynsall. 20l. yearly rent from divers free tenants and burgesses, certain herbage worth 40s. yearly, works of serfs, a turbary, 'ponage,' and a court.
Le Yoghill. Two parts of the town, in which are 120 burgesses, and a hundred (court).
Kynsall. The ferry of the town, worth 34s. 4d. yearly.
The said Elizabeth, Maud, Margery, and Margaret are his next heirs, and of full age but at what time is unknown to the jury.
All the above [lands &c.] were taken into the king's hand by the said escheator on the day this inquisition was made, as required by the king's writ.
And so certify John Moriz, deputy of John Darcy, justice of Ireland, brother John Larcher, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland, chancellor, and John de Burnham, clerk, the king's treasurer in Ireland.

(Conf. Calendar of Close Rolls, 1339'961341, pp. 279'96284.)

C. Edw. III. Files 56 and 57.

E. Enrolments &c. of Inq. Nos. 24 & 25.


Elizabeth married Edmund [II] de Mortimer 1st Baron Mortimer of Wigmore, son of Roger [V] de Mortimer 1st Earl of March, 2nd Baron Mortimer of Wigmore and Joan de Geneville, on 27 Jun 1316 in Earnwood, Kinlet, Bewdley, Shropshire, DY, GB.1 (Edmund [II] de Mortimer 1st Baron Mortimer of Wigmore died on 16 Dec 1331 in Stanton Lacy, Shropshire, GB 5.)


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