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Richard de Grey 2nd Baron Grey of Codnor
(Abt 1281/1282-Bef 1335)
Joan FitzPayn
(Abt 1282-After 1335)
Sir Guy [IV] de Bryan
(Abt 1283/1284-1349)
Anne Hogan
(Abt 1280-)
Sir Robert FitzPayn
(Abt 1317-1393)
Elizabeth de Bryan
(Abt 1321-Bef 1393)
Isabel FitzPayn
(1357-1394)

 

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1. Sir Richard de Poynings 3rd Baron Poynings

Isabel FitzPayn

  • Born: 1357
  • Marriage (1): Sir Richard de Poynings 3rd Baron Poynings
  • Died: 11 Apr 1394 aged 37 1

  General Notes:

He [Richard de Poynings] married Isabel, daughter and (in 1392-93) heir of Robert (who took the name of FITZPAYN), younger son of Sir Richard (DE GREY), LORD GREY (of Codnor), by Joan, daughter of Sir Robert (FITZPAYN), LORD FITZPAYN, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Guy de Bryan, of Walwyn's Castle, Pembroke, Torbrian, Devon, and Laugharne, co. Carmarthen, and in her issue, coheir of her brother Sir Guy (de Bryan), Lord Bryan. He died 25 May 1387, at Villalpando, province of Zamora, Spain, of an epidemic rife among the English. Isabel died 11 April 1394.

[Complete Peerage X:602-3, XIV:535, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

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NOTE: CP XIV:535 tries to correct the above information concerning the wife of Robert FitzPayn, deleting all information about Elizabeth, daughter of Guy de Bryan, and replacing it with "Isobel, daughter of Sir John de Clifford". Paul Reed, in a long post to SGM, 20 Oct 1998, proves that the original wife (Elizabeth de Bryan) was correct. Note that it was the maternal GRANDFATHER of this Robert, Robert FitzPayn, b. c1254, d. 22 Aug 1315, who was married to Isabel, daughter of John de Clifford. In addition the editor did not update the information on Robert FitzPayn (the grandson), leaving his wife as Elizabeth de Bryan in the article on him (CP V:464) which mentions no other wife for him.

  Noted events in her life were:

• Manorial Estate: Criols Manor, Borden, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10, GB. 2 CRIOLS, alias KYRIELLS, with an appendage to it, called Poyles, the very name of which has been long since forgotten, is a manor here, which in early times was in the possession of the eminent family of Criol, who fixed their name on it, as they did on other estates belonging to them in different parts of this county.

Bertram de Criol died possessed of it in the 23d year of king Edward I. anno 1294, whose son John de Criol dying in the 34th year of that reign, s. p. Joane his sister, married to Sir Richard de Rokesle, became his heir, and entitled her husband to this manor.

He left by her two daughters his coheirs, of whom Agnes, the eldest, married Thomas de Poynings, who in her right became possessed of it, and in his name and descendants it continued down to Sir Edward Poynings, governor of Dover-castle, and lord warden, and he died possessed of it in the 14th year of king Henry VIII. anno 1522, not only without legitimate issue, though he had several natural children, but without any collateral kindred, who could lay claim to his estates, so that this manor, among others, escheated to the crown.

• Manorial Estate, 1375-1387, Ostenhanger Manor, Stanford, Ashford, Kent, TN25, GB. 3 WESTENHANGER is an eminent manor here, which was once a parish of itself, though now united to Stanford: Its antient and more proper name, as appears by the register of the monastery of St. Angustine, was Le Hangre, yet I find it called likewise in records as high as the reign of Richard I. by the names both of Ostenhanger and Westenhanger, which certainly arose from its having been divided, and in the hands of separate owners, being possessed by the two eminent families of Criol and Auberville. Bertram de Criol, who was constable of Dover castle, lord warden of the five ports, and sheriff of Kent, for several years in the reign of king Henry III. who from his great possessions in this country, was usually stiled the great lord of Kent, is written in the pipe-rolls of the 27th year of that reign, of Ostenhanger, where it is said he rebuilt great part of the then antient mansion. He left two sons, Nicholas and John, the former of whom marrying with Joane, daughter and heir of Sir William de Aubervilse, inherited in her right the other part of this manor, called Westenhanger, as will be further mentioned hereafter. John, the younger son, seems to have inherited his father's share of this manor, called Ostenhanger, of which he died possessed in the 48th year of king Henry III. as did his son Bertram de Criol in the 23d year of Edward I. leaving two sons, John and Bertram, who both died s.p. and a daughter Joane, who upon the death of the latter became his heir, and carried Ostenhanger, among the rest of her inheritance, in marriage to Sir Richard de Rokesle, seneschal and governor of Poictu and Montreul in Picardy, a man of eminent character in that time, having been created a knight-banneret by king Edward I. at the siege of Carlaverock, in Scotland. He died without issue male, leaving his two daughters his coheirs, of whom Agnes, the eldest, married Thomas de Poynings; and Joane, the youngest, first Hugh de Pateshall, and secondly Sir William le Baud, and upon the division of their inheritance, Ostenhanger was wholly allotted to Thomas de Poynings, who died anno 13 Edward III. bearing for his arms, Barry of six, or, and vert, over all a bend, gules. He left three sons, Nicholas, Michael, and Lucas de Poynings, all three summoned at different times to parliament, among the barons of this realm. The descendants of the latter being summoned as barons Poynings de St. John, which barony became vested in the late duke of Bolton. Upon the division of their inheritance, this manor was allotted to the second son Michael, who died anno 43 king Edward III. and left two sons, Thomas and Richard. Thomas de Poynings, the eldest son, possessed it on his father's death, but he died anno 49 Edward III. s.p. having bequeathed his body to be buried in the midst of the choir of St. Radigund's, of his own patronage, before the high altar, appointing that a fair tomb should be placed over his grave, with the image of a knight made thereon. Upon his death, Richard de Poynings, his youngest brother, succeeded to it, and died possessed of it in the IIth year of king Richard II. as did his son Robert anno 25 Henry VI. having had two sons, Richard de Poynings, who died in his life-time, leaving a sole daughter and heir Alianore, who married Sir Henry Percy, afterwards earl of Northumberland...

• Manorial Estate, 1376-1387, Rokesle [Ruxley] Manor, Sidcup, Bexley, London, DA14, GB. 4 ROKESLE, otherwise RUXLEY, as has been already mentioned, was a distinct parish, from North Cray, till it was united to it by cardinal Poole, archbishop of Canterbury, in 1557

This place, as well as North Cray, was given by William the Conqueror to Odo, bishop of Baieux, his half brother; and it is accordingly thus entered in the survey of Domesday, taken in that prince's reign under. the general title of the bishop of Baieux's lands.

In Helmestrei hundred, Malgerius holds Rochelei of the bishop (of Baieux). It was taxed at 1 suling. The arable land is . . . . . . In demesne there is 1 caracute and an half, and 10 villeins, with 10 borderers, having 2 caracutes and an half. There is 1 mill of 12 shillings. Wood for the pannage of 3 hogs. In the time of king Edward the Confessor it was worth 4 pounds, when he received it 3 pounds, and now 100 shillings. Alured held it of king Edward.

This Malgerius, from his possession and residence at this place, assumed the surname of Rokesle, being called Malgerius de Rokesle, and notwithstanding the disgrace and forseiture of the bishop of Baieux, continued in the possession of Rokesle, though the fee of it was granted to Hugh de Crevequer, who held it in capite, by barony of the king, as of his castle of Dover, it making part of the barony of Crevequer. Of him it was held by Malgerius de Rokesle, by the tenure of performing watch and ward within the castle for a certain time, according to his proportion of land. His descendant, Sir John de Rokesle, who attended king Richard I. into the Holy Land, died possessed of this place; and from him it descended to Richard de Rokesle, who held it in the 7th year of king Edward I.

In the 21st year of that reign, John de Rokesle, was owner of Rokesle, and then endeavoured to get his lands here exempted from suit and service, at the hundred court, but the jury gave it against him. He died possessed of it in the 29th year of Edward I.

In the next reign of king Edward II. this place was held by Sir Richard de Rokesle, seneschal and governor of Poictou and Montreal in Picardy, who died without male issue, leaving by his wife Joan, sister and heir of John de Criol, two daughtets his coheirs, of whom Agnes, the eldest, married Thomas de Poynings; and Joan, the youngest, married first Hugh de Pateshull, and secondly Sir William le Baud, who in her right became possessed of this manor, and died owner of it in the 4th year of king Edward III. In remembrances of which marriages the arms of Baud, Three cbevrons, in chief a label of three points, impaling Rokesle, and of Rokesle impaling Criol, were carved on the roof of the cloisters at Canterbury; and in St. Peter's church, in Canterbury, were the coats of Rokesle and of Poynings, single; and of Poynings impaling severally Rokesle, Talbot, Norwood, and Fitzpain; and of Baud impaling Rokesle. The arms of Rokesle were likewise in the windows of Sheldwich church.

Their son, Sir William Baud, died in the 50th year of king Edward III. possessed of it, with the advowson of the church of Rokesle, holden of the king of his castle of Leeds, as of the barony of Crevequer, by homage and fealty, and by the service of paying to the ward of Dover castle, Richard de Poynings being his kinsman and next heir, who was the younger brother of Thomas, grandson of Thomas de Poynings, who married Agnes, the eldest daughter and coheir of Sir Richard de Rokesle, and sister of Joane, mother of the said William le Baud last mentioned. He died possessed of this estate in the 11th of king Richard II. holding it by the tenure before mentioned. On his death Isabel, his widow, daughter and heir of Robert lord Fitzpain, held it in dower, till her death, in the 17th year of that regin; upon which Robert de Poynings, their son, succeeded to them, and died possessed of them in the 25th of king Henry VI. His eldest son, Richard, whose daughter, Alianore, married Sir Henry Percy, died in his life time, so that Robert de Poynings, the younger and only surviving son of Robert, became intitled to it, and died possessed of it in the 9th year of king Edward IV. he was succeeded by his son, Sir Edward Poynings, a man much in favour, both with king Henry VII. and VIII. being governor of Dover castle, lord warden of the five ports, and K. G. who died possessed of them in the 14th year of the latter reign, having married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Scott, by whom he lest no issue, though he had several natural children.

• Manorial Estate, 1387, Poynings Manor, Steyning, West Sussex, BN45, GB. 5 The manor of POYNINGS was probably identical with 8 hides held in 1086 of William de Warenne by William son of Rainald, who may be identified with Rainald de Poynings son of Reiner.

[...] Adam de Poynings and his wife Beatrice were holding land at Poynings about 1140. They had a son Adam. In 1242-3 Thomas de Poynings held Poynings and its members as 10 knights' fees, and was succeeded by his son Luke, who was holding Poynings in 1284-5, and died in 1294. Michael son and heir of Luke died in 1316, in which year his widow Margery was holding Poynings. In 1339 Thomas, Michael's heir and first holder of the barony of Poynings, created in 1337, died seised of the manor, which descended to his son Michael, who died in March 1369. His widow Joan held the manor as dower till her death a few months later, and it passed subsequently to her son Thomas who died in 1375 having settled the manor on his wife Blanche for life. It does not, however, appear among her possessions at her death in 1409. Thomas's heir was his young brother Richard, who held the manor until 1387. His widow Isabel held as her dower until her death in 1394. Richard's son Robert died in 1446, and since his only son Richard had died in 1430, the manor passed to Richard's daughter Eleanor, wife of Henry Percy son and heir of Henry Percy, Earl of Northumberland. Subsequently the lordship of Poynings became merged in the earldom of Northumberland.

• Inquisition: Post mortem, 12 Sep 1387. 6 610. Richard Ponynges, knight

Writ, 12 September, 11 Richard II SURREY. Inq. taken at Merstham, Monday in Michaelmas week, 11 Richard II.

He held the under-mentioned messuage and land in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death.

Merstham. A messuage and a carucate of land, held of the prior of Canterbury in socage.

He died on Saturday the eve of Whitsunday, to wit, 25 May last. Robert de Ponynges, aged 6 years on Thursday in Whitsun week last, is his son and heir.

611. SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Crawle, Monday in Michaelmas week, 11 Richard II.

He held in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death the under-mentioned manors of Chyltyngg and Walderne and tenement at Bedynghame, out of which he had granted to Hugh Waterton a rent of 10 marks for life.

He held in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death the under-mentioned manors of Ponynges, Hangelton, Asshecombe and Twynem, and 4l. rent in Crawle. He had granted out of the said manors of Twynem, Hangelton and Ponynges a yearly rent of 54 marks to Agnes daughter of Robert Northwode, knight, for life, with power of distraint therein, and in the manors of Rokesle, Totyngton, Eccles and Westwode, co. Kent. He had also granted out of the said manors of Ponynges, Hangelton and Crawle (sic) a yearly rent of 40 marks to Richard Scoteneye and Isabel his wife, for life, with power of distraint.

He also held in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death the under-mentioned manor of Little Perchyngge, tenement at Westmeston, rent and land in Ifelde, and park called Shulleghe.

He also held the under-mentioned manor of Ifelde jointly with Robert Fitz Payn, Thomas Kynardesle, Hugh Quecche and John Giffard, clerk, to them and their heirs, by gift and feoffment of Thomas Blast and John Newdegate.

Chyltyngg. The manor, held of the king in chief by knight's service.

Walderne. The manor, held of the duke of Lancaster, as of the honor of Laigle, by knight's service.

Bedynghame. A tenement, held of William Echynghame, knight, services not known.

Ponynges, Hangelton and Asshecombe. The manors, and 4l. rent in Crawle, held of the earl of Arundel, as of his castle of Lewes, by knight's service.

Twynem. The manor, held of the earl of Arundel, as of his castle of Lewes, in socage, by service of rendering yearly a pair of gilt spurs, worth 6d., or 6d.

Little Perchyngge. The manor, held of Robert Bevyl by knight's service.

Westmeston. A tenement, held of William Percy, knight, in socage.

Ifelde. 60s. rent, and a parcel of land called 'le Hurstlonde', held of the earl of Nottingham by knight's service.

Shulleghe. A park so called, held of John Sondes, knight, by knight's service.

Ifelde. The manor, held of the earl of Nottingham by knight's service.

Date of death and heir as above.

612. Writ, 12 September, 11 Richard II KENT. Inq. taken at Osprenge, Tuesday after St. Faith, 11 Richard II.

He died seised in fee of the under-mentioned manors of Terlyngham and Newynton Bertram, advowson of the church of Hastyngleghe, moiety of the hundred of Folkstan, manor of Westwode and tenement in Frythyndenn. Of the value of the manor of Newynton 10l. 4s. 1d. are assigned for life to Blanche late the wife of Thomas de Ponynges, whose brother and heir the said Richard was, as her dower after the death of Thomas her husband. Long before his death the said Richard granted a yearly rent of 4 marks out of the manor of Westwode to Thomas Ikham for life.

On the day of his death the said Richard held the under-mentioned manors of Staundon and Coumbesdale jointly with Sir William Percy, knight, Thomas Blast, Thomas Kynardesle, Thomas Ikham and William Wysbeche, who are still living, by gift and feoffment of Richard Blore, John Kirkeby, clerk, and Jordan de Bladyndon to them and their heirs for ever.

Long before his death he purchased the under-mentioned manors of Northcreye and Levelonde with the advowson of the church of Northcreye, jointly with William Percy, knight, Thomas Kynardesle, Thomas Blast and Thomas Saundres, clerk, from John Kyrkeby, Ellis Reyner, Jordan de Bladyndon and Thomas Byfelde, by the name of all the lands &c. which they had in Levelonde and Northcreye except the lands late of John de Gatton in Northcreye. Afterwards the said purchasers granted the manor of Northcreye to Agnes daughter of Robert de Northwode, knight, William Makenade, William Scharpynge, Richard Westmerland, clerk, John Base and Thomas Holt, to hold to them and their assigns for term of the life of the said Agnes, rendering a rose yearly at Midsummer, with reversion to themselves and their heirs. So the said Richard held on the day of his death the manor of Levelonde and (jointly with the said William Percy, Thomas Kynardesle, Thomas Blast and Thomas Saundres, who are still living) the reversion of the manor of Northcreye.

He was lately seised in his demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned lands and rents in Faversham, Gravene, Herteye, Sheldwych &c., and long before his death enfeoffed thereof Nicholas Carru, William Schirbourne, clerk, Robert atte Hyde, John Gyffard, clerk, and Thomas Ikham, who are still living, and Master Adam Wykemere and John Bures, citizen of London, now deceased, to hold to them and their heirs for ever. Afterwards the said feoffees granted the premises to him, to hold at their pleasure only; and he held them thus on the day of his death.

He died seised in his demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned manor and advowson of Totyndon, manor of Ecclys, and manor and advowson of Rokesle.

He also died seised on the under-mentioned advowson of the church of Estwell.

He also died seised in his demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned 14 1/2 knight's fees.

Terlyngham and Newynton Bertram. The manors (extents given), and the advowson of the church of Hastyngleghe and a moiety of the hundred of Folkstan, held of the king in chief by homage, service of half a quarter of a knight's fee, and service of maintaining a moiety of a chapel and of a hall in the castle of Dover, rendering 2s. 6d. at the end of every 28 weeks for great ward of the said castle and 15d. at the end of every 28 weeks for little ward of the same, and paying 10s. to the sheriff of Kent for farm of the moiety of the hundred of Folkstan. The extent of Terlyngham includes a pasture called 'Northcroft' and a wood called 'Reyndene'. The extent of Newynton Bertram includes a wood called 'Essholte', and rents payable by tenants of Dunmersch and Newynton.

Westwode. The manor (extent given), held of the king by service of three parts of a knight's fee, as of the honor of Ledes, and by service of rendering 3s. 4d. at the end of every 24 weeks to the ward of the castle of Dover.

Frythyndenn. A tenement, held of the abbot of Faversham by divers services in gavelkind.

Staundon and Coumbesdale. The manors, held of Simon de Burley, knight, as of his manor of Milton, by divers services in gavelkind.

Northcreye and Levelonde. The manors, with the advowson of the church of Northcreye, held of the archbishop of Canterbury by knight's service.

Faversham, Gravene, Herteye, Scheldwych, Harnhell, Osprenge, Chilham, Sellynge by Chilham, Preston by Faversham, Upchurche, Eastwell, Kenyngton, Wy, Henxhull, Alkham, Wolfreton, Terlyngham and Folkstan. 100 a. arable, 200 a. pasture, 12 a. meadow, 17 a. wood, 6l. 17s. 11d. rent, and rents of 4 cocks, 30 hens, 170 eggs, 20 quarters of palm-barley and 42 quarters of oats, held of the abbot of Faversham, the prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, Nicholas de Loveyn, knight, and William Makenade, by divers services in gavelkind and by yearly rent of 63s. 7d. to the abbot, 10s. 4d. to the prior, 18d. to the said Nicholas and 8d. to the said William.

Totyndon. The manor (extent given), and the advowson or gift of the free chapel of St. Stephen therein, held of the king by service of a quarter of a knight's fee, as of the honor of Crewker. The extent includes 1 r. land of gavelkind.

Ecclys. The manor (extent given), held of the duke of Lancaster and the earl of March by service of half a knight's fee, to wit, of the duke of Lancaster by a fourth part of a knight's fee, as of the honor of Lisle, and of the earl of March by a fourth part of a knight's fee, as of his manor of Swannescompe. The extent includes lands &c. in Stotenlese, Wyvelynge, Napilton, Rissham, Worthe, Reed, Breche, Funtaynescrofte, Bromfeld bottel, Kyngesfeld and Dittonesmeed, and divers lands &c. of gavelkind tenure. From the said manor 6s. are payable yearly to the castle of Rowchestre, and 10s. to the lord de Gray, as well as suit to his court of Eillysforde every three weeks.

Rokesle. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church thereof, held of the king, as of the honor of Crewker, by knight's service and the service of rendering 3s. 4d. at the end of every 24 weeks for ward of the castle of Dover. The extent includes a water-mill and certain lands of gavelkind tenure, lands &c. called 'Wulwardislond', 'Okholtisheth' and 'Kyngesmed' in Derteforde marsh. The following rents are payable out of the value of the manor to divers lords of fees, to wit, to the prior of St. John of Jerusalem 9s., to the court of Kymenhole 4s., to Margaret Furneux 2s. 6d., to the sheriff of Kent 15d., and to the abbot of Lesnes 18s. 4d.; also 5d. for 'Romscot' and 12d. to the archbishop of Canterbury for a tenement in Litelorpynton.

Estwell. The advowson of the church, held of the king, as of the honor of Arsyk.

Folkstan hundred. 8 1/4 knight's fees.

Lullyngeston. 1/2 fee.

Litelorpynton. 1/4 knight's fee.

Whitstaple. 1/2 knight's fee.

Soles in Nonynton. 1 knight's fee.

Bokherst in Lymene. 1 fee.

Pette. 1 fee.

Rolvyndenn. 1 fee.

Schyngelidhal in Romene marsh. 1 fee.

Whereof the last 4 fees are held of the king by knight's service, the 1/4 fee in Litelorpynton is held of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of paying him 12d. for suit to his court of Otteford, and the remaining fees are held of the king in chief.

Date of death and heir as above.

613. Writ, 12 September, 11 Richard II NORFOLK. Inq. (indented) taken at Southlenn, 28 September, 11 Richard II.

He held the under-mentioned fourth parts, advowson and knight's fee in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death.

Flicham. A fourth part of the manor (extent given), tenure not known. The extent includes a pasture in Wlfurton at Westfen and Nothusmedwe, a pasture in Hylyngton, and pleas of court with a sixth part of a leet.

Wylton. A fourth part of the manor (extent given), held of the earl of Arundel, service not known. The extent includes 60 a. arable, worth nothing by the year because of destruction by the coneys of the duke of Lancaster's warren there, and a several marsh and fishery there.

Hokewold. The advowson of the church.

Hokewold. 1 knight's fee, held by Osbert de Mundeford.

Date of death and heir as above.

614. Writ to the escheator to make enquiry touching a complaint by John de Wilton, knight, that by pretext of the above inquisition he has been unjustly removed from a yearly rent of 10 marks out of the above-mentioned fourth part of the manor of Wylton which the said Richard de Ponynges granted to him for life. 20 January, 11 Richard II. NORFOLK. Inq. taken at Southlenn, 19 March, 11 Richard II. The rent was granted to John de Wylton, knight, as stated in the writ, and he was seised thereof long before the death of the said Richard.

615. SUFFOLK. Inq. (indented) taken at Wrentham, 29 September, 11 Richard II.

He held the under-mentioned manor jointly with Isabel his wife and Richard Bokyngham, who are still living, by gift and feoffment of Thomas Blast, Thomas Kynardesle, John Wallyngton, Thomas Flicham, William Wysbech and Thomas Ikham to him and the said Isabel and Richard and his heirs and assigns.

Wrentham. The manor called 'Northalle', held of the earl of Arundel, as of the honor of Lewes, service not known.

He died on 25 May last. Robert his son, then aged 6 years and more, is his heir.

616. Writ of certiorari super vero valore feodorum &c., 26 May, 11 Richard II NORFOLK. Inq. taken at Brandoneferye, 8 August, 12 Richard II.

He held the under-mentioned fees and parts of fees.

Wylton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held of him by the heirs of Roger Skalys.

Wylton, Hokewold, Mundeford and Reymerston. One knight's fee and a fourth part of a fee, held by Osbert de Mundeford.

Shypedham. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held of him by Robert de Knolles, knight, and the heirs of Humphrey Baylly and John atte Stokes.

Shypedham and Letton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held of him by Thomas Howard, William Cursoun and John his son.

Hokewold. The advowson of the church.

None of these fees have fallen in since the day of the death of the said Richard.

617. SUFFOLK. Inq. taken at Henhowe, 10 September, 12 Richard II.

He held the under-mentioned fees jointly with Isabel his wife, who is still living, as pertaining to their manor of Wrentham.

Cove and Wrentham. 2 knight's fees, held by Robert de Ufford, knight.

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

618. Similar writ, 12 February, 14 Richard II SURREY. Inq. taken at Guldeford, Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 15 Richard II. He held no knight's fees or advowsons of churches of the king in chief.

619. SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Crawle, Thursday after St. Barnabas, 14 Richard II.

He held the under-mentioned knight's fees and advowsons.

Wylcombe. One knight's fee, held of him by Nicholas Wylcombe.

Crawle. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held of him by Robert atte Watere and Alice Petyt.

Ponynges. The advowson of the church, and the advowson of the chantry of St. Mary.

Crawle. The advowson of the chantry.

Hangelton. The advowson of the church at every alternate presentation.

620. Similar writ, 7 July, 15 Richard II KENT. Inq. taken at Canterbury, Saturday after St. Faith, 15 Richard II.

He died seised of the under-mentioned knight's fees and advowsons.

Cheryton. Two knight's fees and a half, held by Thomas Fog and the heirs of Thomas Casebourne.

Haukynge, Holemed, Coumbe and Shedresfeld. Two knight's fees and a fourth part of a fee, held by the abbot of St. Radegund.

Alkham. Half a knight's fee, held by the same abbot, William Hoptone and their parceners.

Swynefeld. An eighth part of a knight's fee, held by John atte Sartry.

… Half a knight's fee, held by Peter Alkham.

Halle in Swynefeld. One knight's fee, held by John Coumbe and Felicia late the wife of Henry Cook.

Enebroke. One knight's fee, held by the abbot of Langedone and John Elys, the abbot holding a third part.

Morhale. One knight's fee, held by John Holdene.

Sechevyll. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Thomas de Belhous.

Oxeneye. One knight's fee, held by the heirs of John de Cryell and of William Hokenyour.

Soles by Berfreston. One knight's fee, held by Thomas … bregg and the prior of Dover, the prior holding 120 a.

Bokesherst. An eighth part of a knight's fee, held by Thomas bastard son of Thomas de Sancto Nicholao, by the latter's gift.

Akstan hundred. Half a knight's fee, formerly Simon de Echyngham's and now held by Reynold de Cobham.

Langham in Rolvynden. Half a knight's fee, held by Joan late the wife of William Guldeford.

Pette by Cherrynge. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Thomas Newecourt.

Lytelorpynton. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Richard William.

Shyngledehall in Romene marsh. Half a knight's fee, held by William Barry, knight, and … T …

Tangreton in Whitstaple hundred. Half a knight's fee, held by the master of the Domus Dei of Osprenge.

Estwelles, Hestynglegh and Rokesle. The advowsons of the churches.

Westwode. The gift of a free chapel.

Totynton. The gift of a free chapel.

St. Radegund. The patronage of the abbey.

Modyndenne. The patronage of the house of Holy Trinity.

621. (Writ missing) SUSSEX. Assignment of dower to Isabel late the wife of the said Richard, made on 18 November, 11 Richard II, in the presence of Richard Bokyngham, Isabel's attorney, to receive dower.

Ponynges. A third part of the manor, including specified rooms, buildings, parcels of land, rents and services; and a third part of the game, pannage, agistment, grazing and underwood in the park, and of the profit of three mills and the fishery in two fishponds there.

Rooms and buildings mentioned:'97 Knyghtenchambres, le Wrengehous, Foderbern, le Couhous, le Werkhous, Frerenchamber.

Field-names &c. mentioned:'97 le Westgardyn, Bywestebroke, Bynorthecourt, Oxethe, Gore, le Faunecroft, Chalfcroft, Pilleshammesmede, Twynem, Stonstaple.

Tenants mentioned:'97Levechild, John Page, 'middelion', John Page, the younger, Adam Jakelyng, Adam Clerk, John Hunte, John Whyche, John Taillour, Robert Jakelyng, Joan Isaak, Killesle, Lullyng.

Hangelton. A third part of the manor, including the whole of the hall of the mansion with the granary, the whole south close, a third part of 'le Othous' at the east end, a third part of the profit of the dovecote and mill there, and certain specified parcels of land, rents and services.

Field-names &c. mentioned:'97 Slonke, Compe, Combe, les Croftes, Tendene, Sheplond, le Hamme, le Vanne.

Tenants mentioned:'97 Richard Cartere, John Philip, Roger Depyng, Godfrey Carpenter, Alice Philip.

Twynem. A third part of the manor, including a little stable on the west side of the hall, a moiety of the grange, the whole close within 'le mote', and certain specified parcels of land, rents and services.

Field-names &c. mentioned:'97 Palmeres, le Knolle, Brodefeld, Estwod, le Hamme, Bernardes, Hunteres.

Tenants named:'97 Elizabeth Burle, Godwed.

Little Perchyng and Chyntyng. The manors, and 6s. 8d. of rent in Crawele (3s. from John Blast, 3s. from William atte Court, 6d. from William Wyngeton and 2d. from Thomas atte Hyde, with their services), assigned to the said Isabel in allowance of her dower for the manors of Asshecombe, Westmeston, Walderne [and] Doddes. 4l. of rent in Crawele and 40s. of rent in Ifeld.

Shullegh. A third part of the underwood, grazing, agistment, game and other profits of the park.

622. Writ to the escheator to assign dower to Isabel late the wife of the said Richard. 14 November, 11 Richard II. [Calendar of Close Rolls, 1385'961389, p. 350] KENT. Assignment of dower to the said Isabel (undated). Totynton. Certain specified rents and parcels of land in the manor, the chapel and other buildings in the manor, and a third part of the profit of the court.

Tenants named:- John Cosynton, Robert de Rowe, John Peak, Richard Raulyn, John Wealder, John Person, John Bounde, Stephen Scharnale, John Smyth, John Whyberd, Robert Rayner, Richard Bal.

Field-names &c. mentioned:- Garlynfeld, Rowedoun, le Schephoris, le Polhell, le Undirdoune, Todyndon Meed, Todyndon Pastur', Abovedoun, Chaloner.

Ecclys. Certain specified rents and parcels of land in the manor, and a third part of the profit of the court.

Tenants named:- Prior of Clerkynwell, Thomas More, John Wiberd, heirs of William Cog, Simon Chevene, John Morel, John Paulesherst, William Seffoghil, Richard Coupere, Juliana Sterthende, Robert Rowe, Thomas Petsmyth.

Field-names &c. mentioned:- Stonhelde, le Brech, Wyvelynge, Rischam, Worthe, Reed, Mersche, Southfeld.

Rokeslee. Certain specified rents, buildings and parcels of land in the manor, and a third part of the profit of the court.

Tenants named:- Thomas Ludlowe, John Goldwyne, Richard Baker, John Mauger, Thomas Colyn.

Field-names &c. mentioned:- Clayrede, Chalke, Tannerisfeld, Southfeld, Pilcher, Hatherisland, le Gardynesgrove.

Terlyngham. Certain specified buildings, rents and parcels of land in the manor, and a third part of the profits and perquisites of a moiety of the hundred of Folkstan.

Field-names &c. mentioned:- Rumfeld, Belmounte, Kyngesdane, Northcroft, Horscroft, le Brome, Oxenlese, Reyndene.

Newynton. Certain specified parcels of land and rents in the manor, and a grange in the park.

Field-names &c. mentioned:- Middelforlong, Stoweye, Formed, Essholte.

Tenant named:- Thomas Hood.

Westwode. Certain rooms, buildings and rents in the manor, and a parcel of land.

Field-names &c. mentioned:- Brusshynge, Parkfelde.

Tenants named:- John Dreylonde, Richard atte Berne, Valentine Barret, John Brynkyll, William Smyth.

623. Writ to the escheator to assign dower to the said Isabel. 14 November, 11 Richard II. [Calendar of Close Rolls, 1385'961389, p. 350] NORFOLK. Assignment of dower to the said Isabel (undated), made in the presence of Edmund Lakyngheth, her attorney, and Thomas Kynardele, attorney and friend of Robert son and heir of Richard de Ponynges.

Flicham. A third part of the site of a fourth part of the manor, certain lands, rents and services, in the said fourth part, and a third part of the pleas and perquisites of the court of the said fourth part.

Wylton. A third part of the site of a fourth part of the manor, certain lands, rents and services in the said fourth part, a third part of the marsh and fishery there, and a third part of the pleas and perquisites of the court there.

C. Ric. II File 52 (17)

E. Enrolments &c. of Inq. No. 256 (Sussex)

• Manorial Estate, 1393-1394, Wisley Manor, Woking, Surrey, GU23, GB. 7 The manor of WISLEY was held at the time of Domesday by Oswold, lord of Wotton; and the overlordship follows the descent of Wotton (q.v.). Early in the 13th century Roger de Somerey was holding in sub-fee and demised the manor to Robert de Briwes, who in 1243 leased it to Walter le Basle and Denise his wife. Apparently this grant was for Walter's life, since Denise after her husband's death gave up her rights in the manor.

Robert de Briwes died in 1275 holding it of Ralph Camoys of Wotton, and left a son and heir John, then forty years of age. In 1282 John effected a settlement of the manor on his daughter Beatrice, who soon after became the wife of Robert son of William Burnel.

The exact date at which Wisley passed from the Briwes family is uncertain. Lands in Somerset held by John de Briwes in 1285 were less than twenty years later in the possession of Robert Fitz Payne, to whom Wisley ultimately passed. In 1328 Robert Burnel, who had acquired the manor in right of his wife Beatrice, brought an action against Robert Fitz Payne, who had apparently ousted him from it. The end of the suit has not been discovered, but since the Fitz Paynes remained in possession, they evidently established their right to the estate.

Robert Fitz Payne married Ela daughter of Sir Guy de Bryan, but had no male heirs, and at Ela's death in 1355 the manor passed to her cousin Robert second son of Lord Grey of Codnor, under the terms of a settlement made in 1324. Robert de Codnor assumed the name of Fitz Payne and died seised of the manor in 1392, when the manor passed to his daughter Isabel, wife of Richard de Poynings. She did not long survive her father, but died seised of the manor in 1393, holding of Thomas de Camoys, lord of Wotton. She left a son and heir Robert then fourteen years old. In 1434 Robert de Poynings settled the manor on his daughter Eleanor on her marriage with Henry Percy, son and heir of the Earl of Northumberland. She died in 1483, and was succeeded in the possession of the manor by her son Henry Earl of Northumberland. The earl was murdered in a riot in 1489, and shortly afterwards a dispute arose among the descendants of Sir Guy de Bryan touching the lands inherited from him. Two of the parties in this suit were the Earls of Northumberland and Ormond, and in the ensuing division of property Wisley was evidently assigned to Ormond, for John Covert died in 1503 seised of the manor by Ormond's grant. At Covert's death the manor passed to his son John, who died in 1503, leaving only daughters. Wisley passed to his cousin Richard Covert, who died in 1547. The manor then became the property of Giles Covert, a distant cousin of Richard, who retained possession until his death in 1556, when he was succeeded by his brother Richard.

• Inquisition, 24 May 1393. 8 168 ROBERT FITZPAYN, knight

Writ, 24 May, 16 Richard II

WILTS. Inq. (indented) taken at Mere, Thursday, 12 June, 16 Richard II.

He held the under-mentioned manor and advowson in his demesne as of fee.

Stourton. The manor, with the advowson of the church thereof, held of Richard Saymour, knight, as of his manor of Castelcary, services not known.

He died on 21 May last. Isabel Ponyngges, his daughter, aged 30 years and more, is his sole heir.

• Inquisition: Post mortem, 15 Apr 1394. 1 396 ISABEL LATE THE WIFE OF RICHARD PONYNGES, knight

Writ, 15 April, 17 Richard II SURREY. Inq. taken at Guldeford, Wednesday after St Mark, 17 Richard II. She held the under-mentioned manor of Whisshele in her demesne as of fee.

She held the under-mentioned third part of a messuage etc. in Merstham in dower by endowment of the said Richard her husband.

Whisshele. The manor, with the advowson of the church thereof, held of Thomas Camoys, knight, by knight's service.

Merstham. A third part of a messuage and of a carucate of land, held of the prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, in socage.

She died on Saturday, 11 April, last. Robert Ponynges, aged 14 years and more on the feast of St Andrew last, is her son and heir.

397 Writ, 15 April, 17 Richard II WILTS. Inq. (indented) taken at Mere, Monday after Trinity, 17 Richard II.

She died seised in her demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned manor (except as stated) and advowson.

Stourton. The manor (except 3 crofts called le Fryth, Hoggescroft and Frensshescroft containing 12a., 2a. and 2a. respectively and 36s. 10d. yearly rent from lands etc. formerly John Stourton's), with the advowson of the church of the manor, held of Richard Seymour, knight, as of his manor of Castel Cary, by knight's service.

She died on 30 March last. Heir as above, aged 14 years on 16 March last.

398 Writ, 15 April, 17 Richard II DORSET. Inq. taken at Blaneford, 25 April, 17 Richard II.

The said Isabel, daughter and heir of Robert Fitz Payn, knight, held no lands etc. in the county on the day of her death; but long before her death she enfeoffed William Pistor, John Bevyn and Richard Mucheldevere of the under-mentioned manor and advowson to hold to them, their heirs and assigns.

Acford Fitz Payn. The manor, with the advowson of the church thereof, held of the abbot of Glastonbury by knight's service.

Date of death and heir as above (Surrey inquisition).

399 SOMERSET. Inq. taken at Yevele, 30 April, 17 Richard II

She died seised in her demesne as of fee of the under-mentioned manors of Stokecursy, Radewey and Cary, manor and advowson of Charleton, hundred of Canyngton and messuages etc. in Wynyate, La Lude and Briggehampton.

She held no other lands etc. in the county on the day of her death because long before her death she enfeoffed William Pystor, John Bevyn and Richard Mucheldevere of the under-mentioned manors and advowsons of Staple, Cedene and Spekyngton, and 30a. land in Wynyate by Stokecursy.

Stokecursy. The manor.

Radewey. The manor.

Cary. The manor.

Charleton. The manor, with the advowson of the church thereof, together with the hundred of Canyngton.

Wynyate. A messuage and a carucate of land.

La Lude. A messuage and 2 carucates of land.

Briggehampton. A messuage and a carucate of land.

All the above are held of the king in chief by knight's service.

Staple and Cedene. The manors, with the advowsons of the churches thereof, held of the bishop of Winchester by knight's service.

Spekyngton. The manor, with the advowson of the chapel thereof, held of the heirs of John Mautravers, knight, in socage, by service of rendering a bow yearly at Michaelmas.

Wynyate by Stokecursy. 30a. land, held of the lady Elizabeth Blount by knight's service and service of rendering 8s. yearly.

Date of death and heir as above (Surrey inquisition).

400 Writ, 18 April, 17 Richard II SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Crawle, Saturday, 2 May, 17 Richard II.

She held the under-mentioned manors, parts of manors, lands and rents etc. in dower, by endowment of Richard her husband.

Chyntyng. The manor, held of the king in chief.

Little Perchyng. The manor, held of John Brokere by knight's service.

Crawle. 6s. 8d. rent, held of the earl of Arundel by knight's service.

The above manors and rent were assigned to her as her allowance of dower for the said manors, the manors of Asshcombe, Westmeston, Walderne, Doddes and Bedyngham, 4l. rent in Crawle and 40s. rent in Ifeld.

Ponynges. A third part of the manor.

Hangelton. A third part of the manor.

Both held of the earl of Arundel by knight's service.

Twynem. A third part of the manor, held of the earl of Arundel in socage.

Shulleigh. A third part of the park, held of John Sandes, knight, by service of 2s. yearly.

Hurstlond. A third part of a parcel of land so called, held by the earl marshal and of Nottingham by knight's service.

Ponynges. The advowson of the chantry of St Mary.

Long before his death the said [Richard] de Ponynges granted a yearly rent of 40 marks out of the said manors of Ponynges, Hangelton and Crawle (sic) to Richard Scoteneye, now deceased, and Isabel his wife for life. The same Richard Ponynges also granted a yearly rent of 54 marks out of the said manors of Ponynges, Hangelton and Twynem to Agnes daughter of Robert Northwode for life.

Date of death and heir as above.

401 Writ, 15 April, 17 Richard II KENT. Inq. taken at Osprenge, Monday after SS Philip and James, 17 Richard II.

She held the under-mentioned parts of manors, rents and parcels of land etc. in dower by endowment of Richard Ponynges her husband.

Westwode. A third part of the manor (extent given), held of the king by knight's service, as of the honor of Ledys.

Totynton. A third part of the manor (extent given), held of the king by knight's service, as of the honor of Crewker.

Ecclys. Certain lands and rents etc. in the manor (extent given), held of the duke of Lancaster and the earl of March by knight's service.

Rokesle. Certain lands and rents etc. in the manor (extent given), held of the king by knight's service, as of the honor of Crewker, and also by service of rendering a third part of 40d. at the end of every 24 weeks for ward of the king's castle of Dover.

Terlyngham and Newynton … Certain lands and rents etc. in the manors (extents given) and a third part of the pleas and perquisites of a moiety of the hundred of Folkston, held of the king in chief by knight's service.

She also held in dower in the above manors a moiety of the following, to wit, a mill, 33a. 1r. land, 6a. meadow in Dittonesmede, 5a. 3r. meadow …, 91a. pasture of a certain pasture in Ecclys, 5a. pasture called Wolewardeslonde, …, Bromfeld, Battel and Kyngesfeld, 1/2a. pasture in Wyvelynge, 67a. wood, 10a. heath of a certain heath called … s. 8d. rent and a rent of 1 quarter of palm barley, 4 bushels of wheat, 1 goose, 5 cocks, 16 hens and 202 eggs in Frythynden, Totynton, Ecclys and Rokesle, which are held of divers lords in gavelkind tenure.

Cheryton. Two knights' fees and a half, held by Thomas Fog and the heirs of … Caseborne.

Alkham. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by the abbot of St Radegund, William Hopton and their parceners.

Swynefeld …, held by John atte Sartry.
… Half a knight's fee, held by Peter de Askham.

Halle in Swynfeld. One knight's fee, held by John Combe and Felicia late the wife of Henry Cook.

Sechevyll …, held by the heirs of Thomas de Belhous.

Akstan hundred. Half a knight's fee, formerly Simon de Echyngham's and now held by Reynold de Cobham.

Langham in Rolvynden. Half a knight's fee, held by Joan late the wife of William Guldeford.

Estwelles. The advowson of the church.

St Radegund. The patronage of the abbey.

Date of death and heir as above.

402 DORSET. Inq (indented) taken virtute officii at Shaftesbury, 23 January, 22 Richard II.

The said Isabel, who held the manor of Stokescursy, Somerset, of the king in chief by knight's service, as was found by the inquisition taken after her death, died seised in her demesne as of the fee of the under-mentioned manor and advowson.

Long before the manors came to her hands Robert Fitz Payn, knight, whose heir she was, being seised of the manors in his demesne as of fee, granted by his writing a yearly rent of 10 marks therefrom to William Pestour and Christina his wife for life.

Dirrewyneston and Knytheton. The manors, with the advowson of the church of the same. The manor of Dirrewyneston is held of the earl of March, service not known. The tenure of the manor of Knytheton is not known. The manors are worth 100s. yearly over and above the above-mentioned rent.

She died on Saturday the eve of Palm Sunday, 18 Richard II. Robert de Ponynges, her son, aged 19 years on the feast of St Andrew last, is her heir. He is in the king's wardship because of his minority and by reason of the tenure of the aforesaid manor of Stokecursy.

403 Writ to the escheator, on information that the manor of Dirrewyneston and Knyghton is worth much more by the year than is stated in the above inquisition, to go to the manor in person and make a detailed extent thereof; and also to enquire who occupied the manor and took the issues and profits thereof from the time of the said Isabel's death until it was seized into the king's hand by pretext of the said inquisition. 12 March, 22 Richard II. DORSET. Inq. taken at Dirrewyneston, 26 April, 22 Richard II.

A full extent of the manor is given, the total value amounting to 35l. 9s. 9 3/4d. yearly. The jurors say that from the time of the death of Isabel until the seizure of the manor into the king's hands the manor was occupied by Morgan Gough, Richard Mocheldevere and William Pistor, who took the issues and profits thereof, by what title the jurors know not.

It is true that Robert Fitz Payn, knight, Isabel's father, granted a yearly rent of 10 marks out of the manor to William Pistor and Christina his wife for life, but long after the said grant he gave the manor to the said William Pistor and others, to hold to them and their heirs for ever, and the said William and his co-feoffees were seised thereof accordingly, so that the rent aforesaid was utterly extinguished so far as William was concerned. The jurors, therefore, have not made any deduction in the extent of the manor on account of the said rent.

404 Writ to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, ordering them to send into Chancery without delay a copy of the inquisition taken before Thomas Hussee, late escheator in the county of Somerset, touching the lands etc. late of the said Isabel. 8 February, 22 Richard II. SOMERSET. Copy of the above inquisition taken at Yevele, 30 April, 17 Richard II.

C. Ric. II File 82 (2)

E. Enrolments etc. of Inq. No. 303 (Sussex)

E. Enrolments etc. of Inq. No. 304 (Dorset & Somerset)

• Inquisition: Post mortem, 4 Dec 1403. 9 986 ISABEL WIDOW OF RICHARD PONYNGES, KNIGHT

Writ 4 Dec. 1403. SUFFOLK. Inquisition. Brandon. 21 Dec.

She held the manor of Wrentham called Northall for life by the grant of Thomas Kynardesle, Thomas Blast, John Walyngton, Thomas Flintham, William Wysebech and Thomas Ikham to Richard, her late husband and herself, and the heirs of Richard. It is held of the earl of Arundel by knight service, annual value 20 marks.

She died on 11 April 1394. Robert de Ponynges, their son, is next heir and aged 21 years and more. William Lescrop, earl of Wiltshire, held it from her death until 21 May 1399 by the king's grant [CPR 1391'966, p.513]. Then Lescrop granted the custody of all the lands of Richard and Isabel to Humphrey Stafford and William Percy, knights, William Makenade and Thomas Blast, who still hold it and take the issues.

987 NORFOLK. Inquisition. Brandon. 21 Dec.

She held in dower of Richard a third part of a quarter of the manor of Wilton and Hockwold of the earl of Arundel by knight service, annual value 4 marks; and a third part of a quarter of the manor of Flitcham, of whom and by what service is unknown, annual value 40s. Date of death, heir and tenure since her death, as above.

C 137/45, no. 41, mm.1'963


Isabel married Sir Richard de Poynings 3rd Baron Poynings, son of Michael de Poynings 1st Baron Poynings and Joan. (Sir Richard de Poynings 3rd Baron Poynings was born on 3 Jul 1356 10 and died between 10 Jun and 12 Sep 1387 in Villalpando, Zamorra, Castilla y Leσn, 49630, ES 6.)


Sources


1 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 17 Richard II: 164-183.

2 Edward Hasted, <i>The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent</i>, 12 (Canterbury: W Bristow, 1799), 6: 68-80.

3 Edward Hasted, <i>The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent</i>, 12 (Canterbury: W Bristow, 1799), 8: 63-78.

4 Edward Hasted, <i>The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent</i>, 12 (Canterbury: W Bristow, 1799), 2: 141-162.

5 <i>A History of the County of Sussex</i>, 8 (London: Victoria County History, 1953), 7: 208-212.

6 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 16 Richard II: 218-241.

7 Victoria County History, editor, <i>A History of the County of Surrey</i>, 4 (London: Victoria County History, 1912), 3: 378-381.

8 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 17: 71-88.

9 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 18 Henry IV: 324-346.

10 J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 12: 380-392; Thomas, whose age appears below, and Richard, who was 12 years of age on 3 July last, sons of the deceased, are his heirs to all the above lands &c. of gavelkind tenure.
; Inquisition post mortem for Sir Michael de Poynings, father. .... J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, <i>Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem </i> (London: n.p., n.d.), 14: 193-214; He died on 25 June last. Richard de Ponyngg, his brother, aged 16 years and more, is his heir; Inquisition post mortem for Thomas de Poynings, brother.

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