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PEDIGREES



FROM THE



PLEA ROLLS.



COLLECTED FROM THE



PLEADINGS IN THE VARIOUS COURTS of LAW,
A.D. 1200 TO 1500,



FROM THE ORIGINAL ROLLS



PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE.



MAJOR-GENERAL THE HON/G. WROTTESLEY.



COEPJGENDA.



p. 4. Bu93i Pedigree. The line of descent should be over Matilda, not over

William de Ifoland.
p. 12, far Doumyk read Domnjk (Dominic),
p. H-,_/or Qrymband reaoJ Grymbaud (Grrimbald).

p. 14. " Geney versus Haverjngge," the line of descent should be over Joan, not

over Ealph.
p. 25. The line of descent should be over Isabella, not over William de Nowers.
p. 34. Colville Pedigree. For Woiy ngton read Weljngton (Willington).
p. 38, for Lovet read Lovel.
p. 40, for '" Alpa Ripa " read " Alta Eipa " (Ilauterive).

p. 45. First pedigree. The line of descent should be over Sibil, not over John
Daune.

p. 47. " Cherleton versus Earl of Arundel." The line of descent should be over
Hawise not over John de Cherleton.

p. 52. Hathewy Pedigree. The line of descent should be over Juliana not over
John Gras, and for Geveren read Genereu (Ganarew).

p. 55, for Jenynton read Jevynton (Jevington).

p. 67. " Montford versus Jernemuth. The first pedigree should be as under —
Walter de Wyndesoie.

I
Adam.

Isabella
= Walter de Jernemuth.
p. 74, for Jenyngeton read Jevyngeton (Jevington).
p. 75, for " Sankeville " read " Saukeville."

p. 83. The reference to the suit at the bottom of this page respecting the manor

of Ayley should be " Coram Eege " and not "De Banco" as printed.
p. 87. First auit, for " Carmenon " ro-ad " Carminou " (Carminow).
p. 95. Last 8uit,/or " Rec " read " Rex."
p. 108. " Picot versus Foyntz," for " Norlhumberland " read " Norfolk."

p. 137. " Clifford versus Earl of Ormond," for " Craule " read " Cranle "
(Cranley).

p. 257, for " Fremband " read " Frembaud."

p. 305, for " Haukford " read " Hankford."

p. 426. Malmeyns and IIoo pedigree,/or " Barwe " read " Carue ", (Carew).

p. 427, for " llaukeford " read " Ilankeford."



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INTRODUCTION.



The Pedigrees in this Volume have been collected by me between
the years 1880-1904, whilst engaged in searching the Plea Rolls
in the Public Record Office for materials for a History of Stafford-
shire. In the process of examining the Rolls for this purpose,
I have come frequently across suits which were of considerable
interest for the history of other counties, and at the request of the
late Mr. Walford Selby of the Record Office, who at that date was
editing the New Series of the Genealogist, they were published in
that Journal. These Pleas will be found between the pages 1 to
511 of the Volume, and were printed in Volumes VII to XXI
under the Editorship of Mr. Keith Murray and Mr. Forsyth
Harwood.

The suits from pages 512 to 528 are taken from Bracton's Note
Book in the British Museum (Additional MS. 12269). and were
printed originally in-Volumes V and VI of the Genealogist, New
Series, whilst it was under the editorship of Mr. Selby. An
account of this Note Book was communicated by me to the
Genealogist in 1884 and will be found in Volume II, New Series.
It was afterwards printed by Mr. F. W. Maitland, and reference
should be made to his work for the full text of the suits named
in it, for many of the Rolls from which the suits were taken are
no longer to be found at the Record Office.

The suits from page 528 to the end of the volume were
printed in the Reliquary and Antiquary at an earlier date than
the others. They have been added to this Volume in order to
make the collection complete : unfortunately, I made no systematic
notes of suits relating to other counties besides Staffi)rdshire
anterior to the reign of Edward III and the suits of an earlier
date than 1327 are few and far between. If another antiquarian
student should therefore follow in my footsteps, he will find
ample material to reward him if he would deal in the same
way with the Plea Rolls between the years 1200 and 1327.

G. W.

172



PeUigrees from tfje ^lea 2^olls,



By Major-General the Hon, GEORGE WROTTESLEY.

The following notes from the Plea "Rolls in the Public Kecord Office
have been taken at various times, whilst engaged in searching the Rolls
of the Courts of Law, for suits which throw light on the history of
Staffordshire. In the process of examining the Records for this object, I
come frequently upon cases which are of considerable interest for the
history of other Counties, and as they will be useful to archaeologists
and future County Historians, andlknow of no more appropriate destination
for them than the pages of " The Genealogist," it is proposed to lay them,
from time to time, before the readers of this Magazine.



De Banco. 1. E. S.



Gamb. — In a plea of last presentation to the church of Barneton, arraigned
by John de Aspall, William de Eton, and Richard atte Milne, against
Hervey de Staunton, the pleadings give the following pedigrees : —

Margaret de Mounfychet held the manor of Barneton and
advowson, temp. E. 1.

r -^ -r -r -,

Matilda enfeofifed Robert Bumel Joan. Margery. Alfce.

of her property, who enfeoffed |

Gileode Barneton, who presented John de Lancastre, who ac-
to the church, temp. Ed. 1. quired the purparties of

Margery and Alice.

I 1

Giles de Barneton, ob. s.p. Joan, sister and heir.



I 1 1 1 1 1

Robert, Henry, Joan. Margaret. Matilda. Nicholaa.

ob. s.p. ob. s.p. I I I

John del William de Eton " Richard atte Milne,

Haye. the plaintiff. plaintiff.



2 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

John de Aspall had acquired the shares of John del Have and
Nicholaa.



1 1



Richard de Margaret.=f=Hugh de Bolbek. Avelina, Philippa.

Mountychet, |

ob. s.p. Hugh.



- 1 1 1



Philippa. =pRoger de Margaret, Alice, Matilda,

I Lancastre. ob. s.p. ob. s.p. ob. s.p.



Johu de Lancastre.=Annora.

The defendant Hervey de Staunton had acquired the purparty of John
de Lancastre.

N.B. — The Joan of the first pedigree seems to he identical with the
Phillippa of the third pedigree, which was propounded by the defendant.



De Banco. 2. E. 3.



Berlcs. — In a plea of last presentation to a moiety of the church of
Kyugeston Bakepuz, brought by John do Kyngeston against the Prior of
Poghele, the pleadings give this pedigree :—

Johu de Bakepuz.

John de Bakepuz, living temp. Hen. 3.

I
William de Bakepuz, who granted the moiety of the advowson to
John de Kyngeston.

The pleadings state that the first John de Bakepuz held a moiety of the
advowson and William Foukenam held the other moiety.



De Banco. Mich. 2. E. 3.



Norf. — Ralph son r»f John de Colby sued Henry son of John de Colby for
a moiety of 10 messuages; 100 acres of land etc. in Colby and Suthfeld
as his reasonable purparty of the inheritance of the said John de Colby
which was partible between male heirs, being held in soccage of the fee
of Marshall. The pleadings give this petiigree : —

Robert de Colby, temp. King John.

I 1 1 ,

Hugh. William. John.



I 1 1

John, temp. Ed. 1. William. Clement.



I 1

Henry the defendant. Ralph the plaintiff.



PEDIGREES I ROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 3

De Banco. Easter. 3. E. 3. m. 43.

Somerset — Eobert fitz Payn and Ela his wife sued John de Horsy for
the next presentation to the church of Cherletou-Mackerel. The pleadings
give these pedigrees : —



Roger fitz Payn, living 9 Hen. 3.

I
Robert.

I
Robert.

I
Robert the plaintiff

Margaret Relet. William de Horsy.



Robert Relet.

I
William Relet, who demised a moiety
of the advowson to William de Horsy,
ancestor of John.



John.

I

William.

!

John the defendant.



DeBanco. Trinity. 3. E. 3. m. 100.

Norf. — Roger de Gyney sued Reginald de Biskele and Matilda his wife,
and Richard de Thurton Chaplain, to permit him to present to the
church of Eotone. The pleadings give these pedigrees : —



Simon.

I
William Pecche. living
44 Hen. 3.

Margaret, daughter and
heir.



Evorard,
ob. s.p.



John de Thoreuton, living 44 Hen . 3,

1

Agnes.



Hawise.

I
William de Melders.



— I 1

Sarra. Lettice,



De Banco. Trinity. 3. E. 3. m. 149.

Nurf. — Peter le Veel sued John de Sutton senior, for the manor of Stowe
Bydoun which Walter de la Plithe had given to Robert le Veel in frank
marriage with Hawise his daughter, the pleadings give this pedigree : —

Robert le Veel.=Hawise.



I
Peter, the plaintiff.

John called to warranty Thomas Wake of Lydel.



4 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA IIOLLS.

De Banco. Trinity. 3. E. 3. m. 182.
Glow. — John son of John son of John Dunheved sued John Peche &
another for a messuage & a carucate of land & 4s. of rent in Sutton
which William de Sutton had given to John Dunheved in frank
marriage with Margaret his sister.

John Dunheved.=Margaret.

I
John.

John, the plaintiflF.



De Banco. Mich. 4. E. 3. m. 420 dorse.
Northampt. — Humphrey de Bassingburn sued John de Britain Earl of
Richemund for 30 acres in Fodryngeye in which the Earl had no entry
except by an unjust disseisin which John de Baliol had made tf Alice
de Lysours his great grandmother, and he gave this pedigree : —
Alice de Lisours, temp. H. 3.

I
Humfrey.

I
Humfrey.

I
Humfrey, the plaintiff.



De Banco. Midi. 4. E. 3. m. 474.
Roteland. — John son of Hugli de Bussy sued Margaret formerly wife of
William de Basynges for the manor of Horn, which Lambert de Bussi
had given to William de Holand in frank marriage with Matilda his
daughter & he gave this pedigree : —

Lambert de Bussi, tern. Hen. 3. John.

I I

William de Holand,=Matilda. Hugh,

ob. s.p. I

John de Bussy the plaintiff.



De Banco. Easter. 4. E. 3. m. 64.

Staff. — Isabella formerly wife of Simon Basset (of Sapcole), sued

Alexander de Walsham for the next presentation ta the Church of

Chedle (Cheadle) :—

Ralph Basset, temp. Hen. 3.

I
Simon.

Simon, who had granted the advowson of the Church by Fine,
levied in 20 E. 2 to Hervey de Staunton.

I 1

Nicholas de Staunton. Avice.

I I

Hervey de Staunton. Alexander de Walsham, the defendant

Verdict for Alexander.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 5

De Banco. Mich. 14. jg". 3. m. 181.

Warw. — Thomas de Astleye Chivaler sued the Prior of Erbury for

the advowson of the church of Hullemorton.

Thomas de Astley, temp. Hen. 3.

I
Andrew.



Nicholas, ob. s.p. Giles.

I
Thomas, the plaintiff.



De Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 201.
Kent. — John Chareman & Joan his wife sued the Abbot of West-
minster for the manor of Westerham which Robert de Caunville the
elder had given to Robert de Caunville the younger, & Anne his wife
& to the heirs male of their bodies.

Eobert de Caunville, temp. E. 1.

Robert, son & heir. John, uncle & heir, ob. s.p. Thomas.

Thomas, ob. s.p.m. John Chareman,=Joan,

the plaintiffs.



De Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 295 dorso.

Devon — William Gilberd sued Henry de Halgheville and Richard de

Blakeworthy k. Blida his wife for lands in Hatherlegh. 'W.

Walter Gilberd, temp. E. 1.

.1
William.

I
Adam.

I
William, the plaintiff.



De Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 591.

Hereford. — William son of William son of John Deveroys (Devereux)

sued John de Veer Earl of Oxford and Matilda his wife, for the castle

and manor of Leonhales.

William Deveroys.

I
William, temp. E. 1.

I
John.

I
William.

William Deveroys, the plaintiff.
John de Veer pleaded he was in possession in right of his wife,
sister & coheir of Giles de Badlesmere, and he could not answer
without her coparceners who were her sisters, viz. Elizabeth, wife of
William de Bohun, Earl of Northampton, Margaret wife of William
de Roos of Hamelak and Margaret wife of John de Typetot.



6 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

De Banco. Mich 14. E. 3. m. 66 dorso.

Southamp. — JoJin de Cariu Chivaler, sued John de Seynt Manyfen &
Joan his wife for lands in Anne de Port.

A vice, daughter of Richard Tut, temp. Ed. 1.

Nicholas.

John.

John de Carru, the plaintiff.



Be Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 139.

Northamp. — William son of John de Hadynton sued Ralph de Veer
for a rent of £6 in Thrapeston Avhich Hugh Wake of Depynghed had
given to William s(m of Alan & Isabella his wife — temp. Ed. I.

Alan.

William, temp. E. l.=Isabella.

John.

William, the plaintiff.



De Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 357.

Northamp.—Rohert de Wyleby sued Richard de Maundeville and
William Casse for the next presentation to the church of Wyleby, the
advowson of which Walter son of Robert de Wyleby had given to
Peter son of William Dru. temp. Ric. I.

William Dru.

, 1 —



Peter, ob. s.p. Robert.

I
John.

I
Robert who was under age &
in ward to King John.

I
Nicholas, temp. Hen. 3.

Robert.

Richard.

William de Wyleby.

Robert de Wyleby, the plaintiff.

N.B,— From the number of generations specified it is probable
that the plaintiff had advanced the period of Peter son of William
Dru in order to bring the case within legal memory.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 7

De Batico. Mich. 14. E. ;>. m. 458.

Suff. — Robert son of Giles de Wachesham sued Edmund son of Giles
de Mounpynzoun for lands in Hecham, Ketelbertson and Preston.

Giles de Wachesham.

Giles.

I
Gerard.

I
Giles.

Robert, the plaintiff.



De Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 341.

Berks. — William de Clynton of Maxstoke k Juliana his wife, sued
William la Zouche Mortimer and Alianora his wife, and Antony
Cyteroun for the manor of Stanford near Chepyng farndon, in which
they had no entry except by an unjust disseisin which Gilbert de
Clare formerly Earl of Gloucester had made of Roger de Ley bourne
the ancestor of Juliana & who.se heir she was.

Roger de Leybourne, temp. Hen. 3.

William.

I

Thomas.

I

Juliana, the plaintiff.

Antony pleaded that William la Zouche and Alianora were dead,
and he called to warranty Hugh le Despencer one of their coheirs, and
he gave this pedigree.

Gilbert de Clare.==Joan.



Gilbert, Elizabeth. "-=Roger Margaret.=Hugh de Audeley, Alianora.

ob. s.p. Damory. Earl of Gloucester. |

Hugh le
Despencer.



De Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 355.

Devon. — James de Mules sued John Daunay Chivaler for land in
Manneton which Robert le Deneys had given to Roger de Mules in
frank marriage with Mariota his daughter, temp. Ed. I.

Roger de Mules. TpMariota.

John.



I •

Robert, ob. s.p. James, the plaintiff.



8 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

De Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 41.3 dorso.

Saloj). — John le Skirmesour sued Robert de Legh for land in Pontes-
bury, and other tenants in Staunton Lacy and Longedon near Hane-
wode, for land which William de Stepelton his great-grandfather &l
whose heir he was, had given to Robert his son & his male issue.

William de Stepelton.



Kobert, temp. E. 1, Reginald, Philip,

ob. s.p.m. ob. s.p.m. |

Isabella.



John le Skirmesour,
the plaintiff.



De Banco. Easter 13. E. 3. m. 46.

Essex. — David de Tillebury and Sabina his wife sued Henry Gernet and
Margaret formerly wife of Richard de Lenham for the next presentation
to the church of StifFord.



1
John de Stifford,


1
Lucy.


Matilda. Sa


ob. s.p.


John


Robert de Hamme.




had presented, temp.
Hen. 3.


Robert de Hamme,
presented temp. E. 1.



John the son of Lucy had enfeoffed Nicholas Frembaud who had
enfeoffed Henry Gernet the defendant ; Robert de Hamme had enfeoffed
the predecessor in title of David and Sabina, and Sarra had enfeoffed
the predecessor in title of Richard de Lenham and Margaret.



De Banco. Easter 13. E. 3. m. 69.

Notts. — Magister Henry de Lax ton sued Adam de Everyngham the
elder for damages for an illegal distress, the pleadings shew this
pedigree, and that in the vill of Laxton there were two manors, of
which Adam, the defendant, was lord of one, and the representatives
of John de Lexington, lords of the other.

John de Lexington.



I 1

Cecilia. Berda

I I
Thomas. i '



I 1

I John, Thomas de Lungvylers,

Thomas de ob. s.p. brother and heir,

Bekerjmg, now living.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 9

Be Banco. Mich. 4. E. 3. m. 134,

Burh. — John de Grey of Eotherfeld sued John Cok of Edropei'or a
mr ssuage and half a virgate of land in Shobynton which Thomas de
Valognes had given to Robert de G-rey and Joan his wife & the
heirs of their bodies, and he gave this pedigree —

Robert de Qrey=f=Joan, temp. Hen. 3.

John

I
John

I
John, the plaintiflF.



Be Banco. Mich. 4. E. 3. m. 306. dorso.

Northampt. — Antony de Lucy and John de Multon of Egermond sued
John de Claveryng for the manor of Rodeston : the pleadings give
this pedigree —



Cecily

Hawise

I
William

I
William
de Fortibus
living temp.
Hen. 3.



Amabel

I
Thomas



Thomas



Thomas



1

Amabel

I

Richard

I



John de Multon.



Thomas
ob. s.p.



1

Alice

I
Thomas



Antony
de Lucy



De Banco. Hillary, 4-5. E. 3. m. 260. dorso.

Sutht. — Geoffrey de Eamvyle sued Henry de Pypercorn for land in
Estmune & gave this pedigree —

German de Ramvyle, temp. Hen. 3.

I
William

h

German
ob. 8. p.



Nicholas

I
William

Geoffrey, the plaintiflF.

German, the original ancestor, is stated to have been enfeoffed by
Godfrid, Bishop of Winchester.



10 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

De Banco. Hillary, 4-5. E. 3. in. ) 68. dorso.

Nbrf. — John de Claverynge was summoned by the Kyng in a plea
that he should permit him to present to the Church of Nelond. the
donation of which belonged to him as ci4stos of the heir of Robert de
Thorp, deceased. The pleadings give this pedigree —

,Tohn de Thorp

Robert, temp. E. 1.

I
John==Alice

I
Robert

I
John, under age and
in ward to the King.

John de Claverynge stated he held the manor of Asshewell-Thorp,
of which Nelond was a parcel. It also appeared from the pleadings
that Eobert, father of John de Claverynge, held a moiety of the
manor of Combes, which had been forfeited by Ealph Avenel, the
Norman.



De Banco. Hollar//, 4-5. Ed, 3. m. 140. dorso.

Sussex. — Eeginald de Rokesle sued William de Eokesle and Isabel
his wife for the manor of Estaugemeryngg and the aivowson of the
church of the same. The pleadings give this pedigree —



I ,

Gregory de Rokesie Christine sister

ob. s.p. temp. E. 1. & heir

I
Roger

I
Reginald the plaintiff.



De Banco. Hillary, 4-5. E. 3. m. 108. dorso.

j-ior.— Geoffrey de Walcote sued William de Leysyncroft for a
messuage and 111 acres of land in Berewyk near Aberford. The
pleadings give this pedigree —



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 11



I 1

Robert de Waicote Richard brother

ob. s.p. temp. Hen. 3. & heir

I
W illiam

I
Geoffry the plaintiff.



Assixes at Wolverhampton. 13. JE. 3. m. 14. dorso.
Staff. — Hugh de Wrottesleye Chivaler sued Jolin de Tettebury and
Joan his wife & another for land & rents in Boterdon (Butterton)
Waterfall, and Grendon,

William de Wrottesle
I
William^JoausriJohn de Tettebury,
2nd husband

Hugh, the plaintiff".



Be Banco. Mich. 13 £. 3. m. 107 dorso.

Notts. — Geoffrey son of William de Staunton sued Johu de Staunton
of Eyleston, Knight, for land in Eylastou which Walter de Evermue
had given to Geoffrey de Staunton and Alice his wife.

Geoff'reyT=Alice, temp. Hen. 3.

I.
William

I
William

I
Geoff'rey de Staunton, the plaintiff'



JDe Banco. Mich. \Z E. 3. m. 448 dorso. ^

Hereford. — Gilbert Talbot sued Ralph de Wj'lyuton and Alianora his
wife for the Oastlo of Keyrkenny and the commote of Iskenny of
which Lewetine ap Eees "Vaghan, his kinsman was seised, temp, E. 1.





Rees ap Griffith




Rees




Wenchliana
1


Lewelin, ub. s.p.




1
Riihard

1

Gilbert, the plaintiff'.



Ralph claimed by a grant made to him of the possessions of John
Mautravers — a rebel, Avhose lands had been forfeited.



12 PEDIGREES FKOM THE PLEA ROLLS.

Be Banco. Mich. 13. E. 3. m. 310;
Cornuh. — Adam de Helygan sued the Bishop of Exeter for the next
presentation to the Church of Malyvjt.

William de Tregillo, temp. E. 1.

r -^T n

Emma, who had enfeoffed Isabella, Joan

Adwu of her purparfcy. ob, v.p.

Adam Doygnel.



Be Banco. Easter 14. E. 3. m. 173.

Cornuh. — Margaret formerly »vife of John de Healton sued Nicholas
de lukepenne for the next presentation to the Church of Seynt
Doumyk.

lialph de Halton=i=Joan, temp. Hen. 3.

John=i=Margaret, the plaintiff

I
Robert Bendyn=Joan=rRoger de Inkeprrme
2nd husband |

Nicholas, the defendant.



Be Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 308.

Cornuh. — Eoger son of Eoger de Pridias (Prideaux) of Pennos sued
Roger son of Peter de Pridias Chivaler and Clarice his wife for lands
in Brothek near Loftwychiel & other places, in which they had no
entry except by an unjust disseisin which Eoger son of Geoffrey de
Pridias had made of his grandfather Thomas.

Thomas de Pridias, temp. E. 1.

Roger

I
Roger, the plaintiff.



Be Banco. Mich. 14. E. 3. m. 507.

Glouc. — Eobert de Staunton sued Ada formerly wife of John de St.
Philbert for land in Thorneyton, which Philip de Mutton had given to
Christine his daughter.

Philip de Mutton

Christine, temp. E. 1.

I
Peter

I
Robert

Robert de Staunton, the plaintiff.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 13

Be Banco. Hillary 4-5. E. 3. vi. 24.

Ehor. — Ricliard son of Eichard de Amcotes sued Gerard de ITseflet &
Ada his wife for a messuage and 80 acres of land in Useflet, in which
they had no entry except by an unjust disseisin, which John de
Foleville had made of Katrine de Foleville his kinswoman, and he
gave this pedigree : —



Katrine de Foleville, temp. E. 1. Richard, uncle and heir,

I I

Richard, ob, p.p. Richard.

Richard the plaintiff.



De Banco. Hillary 4-5. E. 3. m. 183.

Bedf. — William de Strumshagh sued Eichard de la Bere and Nichola

his wife for one third of the manor of Aspele and gave this pedigree ; —

William seised of the manor, tem]i. Hen. 3-



Matilda. Alice. Joan, ob. Margaret, a nun at Ermentrude.

I ' 1 I s.p. Wynteuey. I

Roger. Hugh. Richard. William de Strumshagh

I the plaintiff.

Matilda, ob. s.p.



Be Banco. Mich. 5. E. 3. w. 414.
Northt. — John de Wydeville and Henry, son of Eobert de Kersehrok
sued John, son of Walter le Blount for the manor of Passenham and
give this pedigree : —



Heniy de Passenham, Alice. Margaret.=T=Robert.

ob. s.p., temp. E. 1. | I

John de Wydeville. Henry de Kersbrok.



Be Banco. Hillary 5-6. E. 3. m. 98 dorso.
Cumberland. — A suit respecting land in Bolton and Ukmanby — gives
this pedigree : —

Robert de Mulcastre.



Walter, ob. s.p, William. Robert.

I I

Robert. Walter.



14 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

T)e Banco, milarij 5-6. E. 3. m. 132.

Hertford. — Henry, son of John de Grey sued Henry de Osevilo for the
manor of Munden-Furnival ; the pleadings give these pedigrees : —

John de Grey, seised of the manor, temp. Hen. 3.

Reginald.

John.

I
Henry the plaintiff.



I 1 1 1 1

William de Margaret. Alice. Matilda. Mabel.

Kirkby, ob. , ' 1 | | |

s.p. John, ob. Hugh. Hugh Prylly. Walter Hoby. Robert

s.p, I Qrymband.

Peter Prylly, under age.

The manor had been assigned, on the death of William de Kirkby,
to Margaret his sister, and Henry derived his right from Hugh, son
of Margaret.



I)e Banco. Trinity 6. E. 3. m. 147 dorso.

Essex. — John son of Ealph de Geney sued Margaret, formerly wife of
Nicholas de Haveryngge for land in Great and Little Berdefeld which
Elias de Baliol had given in frank marriage to his daughter Joan.
The pleadings give these pedigrees : —

Elias de Baliol.

I
Ralph. =i= Joan,

I
John.=^Milisaut.

Ralph.

I
John the plaintiff.



Henry Grapenel.



Henry Petronilla. Margery. ^=Winiam Joan. = Adam, Margaret-

Orapenel, ^John, son j Inge. son of John Fitz the defen

ob. s.p. of John Fitz | Simon. dant.

Simon, Joan.=Williara |

Motoun. Edmund.



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Be Banco. Trinity 6 E, 3. m. 122.

Cornuhia. — Gervase de Bray sued the Prior of the Hospital of St. John
for the advowson of the church of St. Clare of Recradok. The plead-
ings give this pedigree: —

lieginald de Slarcis, temp. K. John.

I
Beatrice, ob. 1-3 Hen. 3.=f=Ingelran de Bray.=Beatri(:e, daughter of
I John de Kembrc

Gervase.

Michael.

I
Gervase the plaintiff.



De Banco. Mich. 6. E. 3. m. 448.

Kent. — Baldwin son of Alexander de Frivill sued Peter Brounyng of
Wyclesford & other tenants for land in Wyclesford which Sibilla



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