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living temp. H. 1. I second wife.



Stephen de Bollers.=pMargaret. Margaret, Sibil.

] ob. s.p. I

I ' Stephen.

Robert de Bollers,=Hillaria Trussebut. |

ob. s.p. - William.

Stephen de Stanton.

A verdict was given for Vitalis Engaine and William de Cantilupe.



Suff. — In another suit Vitalis Engaine, William de Cantilupe and
Roger Gernet, sued the King for the manor of Badmundefeld, co.
Suffolk, Hillaria Trussebut, who had held the manor in dower, having
died. In this suit it is stated that a Robert de Bullers had died
seised of the Honor of Montgomery and had died s.p., and had
been succeeded by his brother Baldwin, who had also died s.p., and
that Stephen de Stanton, the nepos of Baldwin de Bullers, had
enfeoffed Thomas de Erdington in the manor in the reign of King
John.



Curia Jif'yis Roll. No. 122. Hillary and Trinity. 25. Hem. 3. m. 17.

Berhs. — Tlie King sued Thomas de Pavylly for the manor of Wyly,
and he sued Roger de Pavylly for the manor of Linlegh, claiming
them as escheats.

Thiffonia, sister of Geoffrey Malet,
who had granted the manors to her
temp. K. John.

Thomas de Pavylly.



Roger de Pavylly, Thomas de Pavylly,

the eldest son, defendant,

defendant.



PEWGREES FROM THE PLEA R0LL8. 491

The King's attorney stated that Geoffrey Malet had died in the
Holy Land, and William Malet, his elder brother, had been in seisin
of the manors after the death of Geoffrey, and had remained in
Normandy after its separation from England, and that Thiffony was
not heir to William.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 123. Easter. 26. Hen. 3. m. 9.

Northampton. — Robert Mabbore sued the Prior of Davintre for the ImM \^T'^
advowson of the church of Welleton. — — ' "

William de Novo Mercato (Newmarch),
seised temp. H. 2.



-+-



Helisant, Geva, Agnes.

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

Simon.

i

Bertram.

Robert Mabbore,
the plaintiff.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 123. Easter. 26. Hen. 3. m. 20.

Rutland. — Ralph de Wickham sued the Prior of the Hospital of St.
John for land in Stokes.

Richard, seised

temp. H. 2.

I
Robert.

Ralph de Wikham, the plaintiff.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 123. Easter. 26. Hen. 3. m. 21.

Southampton. — Herbert fitz Peter sued the Prioress of Ammersburi

for four carucates of land in Wallop, excepting the advowson of the

church.

Herbert fitz Herbert.

I
Peter.

I
Herbert, the plaintiff.

The Prioress produced a grant of the land to the nuns of
Ammesburi by Henry II. In another suit on this Roll Herbert
fitz Peter occurs as a defendant in a suit respecting land in Otry,
CO. Devon.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 123. Easter. 26. Hen. 3. m. 11 dorso.

Line. — The Abbot of Hales sued William de Cantilupe, Geoffrey
de Luscy and Nicholaa, his wife, for the advowson of the church
of Cunningesby.



492 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

Robert Marmion, senex,
had presented William,
his son, to the church.



Robert Marmion, the Robert Marmion, William.

elder, 9 Ric. 1. the younger,

I 9 Ric. 1.

Philip Marmion, underage
and in ward to William de
Cantilupe.

A Fine had been levied in 9 Ric. 1, by which Robert Marmion,

the younger, had conceded the right of Robert Marmion, the elder,
to two carucates of land in Cunningsby.



Citria Regis Roll. No. 123. Easter. 26. Hen. 3. m. 7. dorso.

0x071. — William de Dive sued Ralph Harang and Alice, his wife,
for two parts of the third part of two knights' fees in Dadington,
excepting the advowson of the church, three virgates of land and
three mills.



William de Chesney, Hugh,

seised temp. H. 2, |

ob. s.p. Ralph.



Lucy.=f Wido (Guy) de Dive.

I

William de Dive,
the plaintiff.

The defendants pleaded that King Henry, the King's grandfather,
had granted Dadington to Ralph Murdak, the father of Alice, and
they produced the King's deed.

William de Dive produced a deed of the same King, granting
Dadington to William de Chesney and his heirs, and he stated
that after William had died, the manor had descended to Ralph,
son of Hugh, his nephew, and from Ralph, to Lucy, who had been
in ward to the King, and had been married by him to Guy de
Dive, his father.



Ctiria Regis Roll. Mich. 26.-27. Hen. 3. m. 7.

AStqff".- -The King sued Robert de Bissopburi (Bush bury) for the next
presentation to the church of Penne, which was in the King's hands
by reason of the vacancy of the See of Coventry and Lichfield.
Hugh de Bissopburi.

Hugh.

Robert de Bissopburi,
the defendant.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 493

Curia Reyis Roll. Fo. 126. Hillary. 27. Hen. 3. m. 13 and m. 4 dorso.

Oxon.^Wi\\ia.m de Englefeud, Alan Basset and Gilbert de 13oseville
sued Robert Dan vers and Muriel, his wife, for half a knight's fee,
excepting two carucates of land, in Schiplak, together with the
advowson of the church.

Alan de Dunsterville.



1
Geoffrey de


Emma. Cecily.


.... -,

Alice.


Dunstanville,


1 1


1


seised temp.


Alan. Alan Basset,


Gilbert de Boseville,


H. 2, ob. s.p.


1 plaintiff.
William de Englefeud,
plaintiff.


plaintiff.



The defendants pleaded that the land was the inheritance of
Muriel, the (second) wife of Alan de Dunsterville, and the mother
of the said .Muriel, wife of Robert, and of Emma, Cecily and Alice.

The plaintiffs denied that Muriel, the wife of Robert, was a
coheir of Geoffrey, and a verdict was given in their favour, excepting
as to that portion of the land which had formed the marriage portion
of Muriel.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 126. Hillary. '21. Hen. 3. m. 2 dorso.

Norf. — John iitz William sued the Prior of Buk'ham for the next
presentation to the church of Claytorp.

Peter.

I
William.

John, the plaintiff.

The Prior produced a deed of Peter, granting the church to his
Priory.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 126. 27. Hen. 3. m. 13.

Cumberland.— T£>\Si, late wife of Robert Avenel, sued William de
Ireby for a moiety of the manors of Gamelesby and Glassaneby.



Odard, seised temp.
K. John.



Christiana. Eva,=Robert Avenel.

I plaintiff.



Christiana. =^Thomas de Lancelles,
living 27 H. III.



494 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

Curia Regis Roll. No. 126. 27. Hen. 3. m. 17.

Leicester. — Robert le Butiller sued the Abbot of Croxton for the
custody of one-third of two carucates of land in Eyton, formerly
held by William le Butiller of him by knights' service.

William de Evermue.



Amabilla.=pKobert lo Butiller.



Robert le Butiller,
the plaintiff.



William le Butiller
deceased.



Isolda.-rHenry de Segrave.
Christiana.



Curia Reyis Roll. No. 126. 27. Hen. 3. vi. 1 dorxo.

Kent. — William Marevvurth sued Solomon de Hardus for a knight's
fee in Hagherdris and Stalingher.

Ham on.

Eustace.

Stephen.

Henry.

Peter.

Giles, ob. s.p.



I 1 1

Hamon. Thomas?. Roger.

I
Eustace.

William Marewurth,
the plaintiff.

From Giles, who died s.p., the right reverted to a cousin Hamon,
who had died s.p., and from the said Hamon lo his brother Thomas,
who died s.p., and from Thomas to a brotlier Roger, and from
Roger as shewn above



Curia Regis Roll. Mich. 33. — 34 He7i. 3. m. 29 dorso.

rrar?<;.— John de Somerville sued tlie Prior of Hertford and Isabella
de Somerville for the advowson of the church of Stocton.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 495

Roger de Somerville.^Matilda.
I

r ->

Roger.

I
John de Somerville,
the plaintiff.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 139. 34. Hen. 3. m. 13.

Surrey. — Emma Belet sued John de Valletort and Alice, Iiis wife,
for land in Westshenes.



I 1

Michael Belet, seised John Belet, uncle and

temp. K. John. heir of Matilda.

I 1 1 I 1 ' r-i — I

Robe^'t, Michael, Matilda, John, Thomas, Matilda, ob. s.p.,

ob. s.p. ob. s.p. ob. s.p. ob. s.p. ob. s.p. Christiana, ob. s.p.

Emma, the plaintiff.



Curia Regis Roll. Trinity. 35. Hen. 3. (a fragment).

Staff. — William, son of Robert de Wytele, sued Henry de Verdun
and other tenants for land in Levedale.

William de Wytele,
seised temp. H. 2.

I
Thomas.

Robert.

William de Wytele,
the plaintiff.

The plaintiff derived hi.s name from Whitley, co. Warwick ; the first
William held a fourth part of a knight's fee under Robert de
Stafford in 1166 (Liber Rubeus).



Curia Regis Roll. No. \bi. Trinity. 38. Hen. 3. {^Membranes
not numbered).

Northampton. — William de Duston sued Adam de Syvelesho and
Matilda, his wife, and Walter de Syvelesho for land in Braumfeld
and Plokton, which he claimed as his purparty of the inheritance of
Alexander de Braumfeld.

Alexander de Braumfeld.



I ~~'^~. 1.

Agnes. Helewise. Matilda.==

I I Adam de Syvelesho.

William de Duston, Walter de

the plaintiff. Syvelesho.



496 PEDIGREES FROxVl THE PLEA ROLLS.

The defendants pleaded that William was a villain tenant and
could not therefore maintain his suit, and they stated tliat his father
was named William 8wet and was a villain tenant of Hugh de
Chaunceaus at Upton.



Curia Keyis Roll. Hillary. No. 162. 43. Hen. 3. m. 1.

Hereford. — Walter de Tranelegli sued the Prior of Breghinehow for
the next presentation to the church of Buford.

Walter de Tranelegli, presented
temp. K. John.

Walter.

Walter do Tranelegh,
the plaintiff.



Curia lieijis Roll. Hillary. 43. Hen. 3. m. 10.

Norf. — Richard de Ketleshaye sued Hugh, the Bishop of Ely, for
the advowson of the church of Pulham.

Agnes de Lanedy, seised
temp. H. 2.

I
Richard.

I
William.

Richard de Ketleshaye,
the plaintiff.



Curia Re(jis Roll. Hillary. 43. lien. 3. m. 17.

Southamjjfon. — Geoffrey de Maundeville sued William, the Bishop of
Bath and Wells, for a messuage and four carucates of land in
Doggemaresfeld.

Geoffrey de Mandeville,

seised temp. H. 2.

Robert.
Geoffrey.
Robert.

Robert.

I
Geoffrey de Mandeville,
the plaintiff.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 497

Curia Eegis Roll. Hillary. 43. Hen. 3. m. 17.

Norf. — William de Grauncurt sued William de Kalethoi-p and Cecily,
his wife, for land in Burnhamthorp and the advowson of the church
of Burnhamsutton, and he sued William de Wygehal and Isabella,
his wife, for land in Harpele and Burnhamthorp.

I 1

Walter de Grauncurt, seised Hugh,

temp. H. 1, ob. s.p. |

r -r ->

Ralph, ob. s.p. Umfrey.



r ^

Robert, ob. s.p. William.

I

r H

Umfrey, ob. s.p. Walter.

William de Grauncurt,
the plaintiff.

The defendants took exception to the writ owing to the remoteness
of the title, and quoted the Statute of Merton, which limited writs
of mort d'ancestor.



Curia RpAjis Roll. Hillary. 43. Hen. 3. m. 21.

Wilts. — William Braunche and Joan, his wife, sued William de
Forz and Nicholas Poyne, who were called to warranty by John de
la Stane, for half a knight's fee in Fisserton and Babynton, which
they claimed as the right of Joan.



-~i



Robert, seised temp. Wandrith.

H. 2, ob. s.p. I



r-



Hugh, Wandrith.

ob. s.p. I

Alien ora.



Joan. =^ William Braunche,
the plaintiffs.



Curia Regis Roll. Hillary. 43. Hen. 3. m. 45.

Lincoln. — John de Ry sued Gilbert, son of William de Pyncebek,
for land in Gosberchirch.

Robert de Ry.



t
Ralph.


1
Robert, uncle and


William,


1
John.


. 1


heir of Thomas,


ob. s.p.


1


Thomas de Ry,


ob. s.p.




Robert.


seised temp. H.3,






1


ob. s.p.






John de Ry,
the plaintiff.



498



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.



The defendant stated that Robert de Ry, who heads the pedigree,
gave the land to Toly de Hybetoft in frank marriage with Iveta,
his daughter, and he gave this pedigree: —

Toly de Hybetoft.=rIveta de Ry.



Lambert.

I.
Alexander, who died seised of the
laud, and whose status he lield.



Curia Regis Boll. Hillary. 43. Ilea. 3. m. 31 dorso.

Notts. — Ralph de Crumbwcll sued Robert de la Valeye and other
tenants for land in Wydeaierepol.

Haldane, seised
temp. H. 2.

I
Hugh.

I
Ralph.

I
Ralph.

I
Ralph de Crumbwell,
the plaintiff.

Most of the defendants called to warranty Heniy de Heriz.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 171. Mich. 45.-46. Hen 3.



22.



Line. — John de Langeton and Kamilla Fitz Walter sued Peter de
Percy, Hugh de Neyville, Roger de Deyville and Peter le Bretun
for a fifth and a third of a messuage and two knights' fees in
Munby-Hoggesthorp and Anderby, as their purparty of the
inheritance of Alice de Munby, the cousin of the said John and
Kamilla, and of Alianora and Matilda, agisters of the said Kamilla,
and of Peter, Hugh, Roger and Peter, whose heirs they were,
and they gave this descent : —



1


I


1


■ I


1


1


Ralph.


Sarra. "


Cecily.


Matilda.

1


Alice.

1


Constance
see below,


Alice de


Richard.


Robert.


William.


William.


p. 499.


Munby,


1


1


1


1




seised temp.


John de


Peter de


Amabilla.


Walter.




H. 3, ob. s.p.


Langeton,


Percy,


1










the plaintiff.


defendant.


Hugh de Ney-
ville,defendant.






r"




1




1






Kamilla,


Alianora.=




Matilda.




plaintiff.


William de


Lund.









PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.



499



From Constance, the fifth sister, the descent was as follows: — -

Constance.



Hoger,
ob. s.p.



Constance.



Peter le Bretun,
defendant.



Matilda.



r"
Walter,
ob. s.p.



Roger de Nevylle (sfc),
defendant, who is named
above as Deyville.

Two parts of a fifth part of the inheritance were excepted from
the claim, because William de Lund and Alianora, his wife, and
Matilda, sister of Alianora, were not joined in the suit.

The defendants pleaded that on the death of Alice, one Peter de
Savoy (Sal)audia), the chief lord, had taken the lands into his
hands, and had divided them, and given their shares to them, and
had kept the residue. The action should, therefore, be taken against
Peter de Savoy. The suit was dismissed.



IVarivick Assize Boll. 46. Hen. 3. m. 2.

War7iK — John de Somerville sued Thorald, son of Edwin, for half
a virgate of land in Stokton.

Walter de Somerville,
seised temp. H. 2.

I
Roger.

I

I

Roger. •

Roger.

John de Somerville,
the plaintiff.

And see suit of Mich. 33-34 Hen. 3, ante pp. 494, 495.



Warivick Assize Roll. 46. Hen. 3. m. 1. dorso.

Warw. — Alan de Romely sued Hugh de Loges for a hyde of land
in Cesterton.

Alan de Romely, seised

temp. Ric. 1.



Geoffrey,
ob. s.p.



Matthew.

I
Alan de Romely,
the plaintiff.



500 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

Stafford Assize Roll. 56. Hen. 3. m. 9.

Stqf. — ^Adam, son of Thomas Gilbert, sued William, son of Robert de
Bruges, for a messuage in Stafford.

Wymer, seised
temp. H. 2.

I
Gilbert.



-+-



William. Bonamy, Thomas Gilbert.
I ob. s.p. I

Adam. i r- '



Hugh. Adam Gilbert,

the plaintiff.



The defendant claimed by a feoffment of Adam, son of William,
to one Edelina, and the jury found in his favour. The Wymers
were hereditary fermors of the King's fish-pools at Stafford. (See the
Pipe Rolls, printed by the William Salt Society.)



Stafford Assize Roll. 56 Hen. 3. m. 10. dorso.

Staff. — Hugh Maunsel sued the Pi'ior of La Launde for the advowson
of the church of Pateleshull (Patshull).

Maunsel, seised temp.
King John.

Robert.

Hugh Maunsel,
the plaintiff.



Stafford Assize Roll. 56. //en. 3. m. 15.

Staff. — Benedict de Boterdon sued Itobert Sautclieverel, of Quikeshull
for ten messuages and lands in Quikeshull.

Dunning, seised temp.
H. 2. (sic).
I
Edith.

I
Edith.

William.

I
William.

i
Benedict de Boterdon,
the plaintiff.

The defendant pleaded that the first William had an elder brother
Adam.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 501

Stafford Assize Roll. 56. Hen. 3. m. 23.
Staff. — Robert, son of Roger Buffari, sued Philip, the Abbot of
Cumbe, for lands in Trescote, which formed part of the fee of
Penne Boffare {sic).

William Buffari, seised
temp. H. 2.

I
William.

i
Gilbert.

Robert, the plaintiff.
It will be noted that Robert calls his father Gilbert in one
place and Roger in another.



De Banco. Easter. 1. Edw 1. m. 6. dorso.

Berks. — Philip de Fifide sued Margaret de Ferrariis, Countess of
Derby, for the next presentation to the church of Fifide.

Philip de Fifide, presented
temp. H. 3.

I
Robert.

I
Philip, the plaintiff.

It appears from the pleadings that the Countess had the custody
of the manor and advowson during the minority of Philip, and he
had married against her will, and thus, even if he was of full age at
the date of the suit, the Countess claimed the right of presentation.
Philip stated that he was married during his father's lifetime, and was
of full age when the church became vacant. The Countess replied
that he married after his father's death and was still under age.



Curia Regis Roll. No. 167. 56. Hen. 3. m. 19.

Oxon. — Adam de Stratton, the castas of the heir of William
Marmion, sued Richard, the Bishop of Lincoln, and tlie Prior of
Coventry, for the next presentation to the church of Chakenden.

Robert Marmion, presented
temp. K. John.

I
Geoffrey, the grandfather of the
heir, living 6 H. 3.

William.

The heir of William, under age.
The defendants pleaded that Robert Marmion, the ancestor of the
heir, had granted the advowson to the Priory of Coventry, and
Geoffrey, the grandfather of the heir, had acknowledged the right
of the Prior by a Fine levied in 6 H. 3. It is not clear that
the heir was son of William.



502



PEDir4REE.S FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.



De Banco Roll. Easter. 1. Edtv. 1. m. 30. dorso.

Wilts — Robert, son of Philip Pipard, sued Matliew de Columbers
and Matilda, his wife, for the next presentation to tlie church of
Pipardesclive.

Michael Pipard, presented

temp. H. 3.



I

Richard,
ob. s.p.



Roger, who had enfeoffed
Mathew de Columbers,
and Mathew was in seisin
of tlio manor.

Verdict for Mathew and Matilda.



Philip.

I
Robert Pipard,
the })laintiff.



De Banco Roll. Hillary. 5. Edrv. 1. m. 9.

^Vo^.' -Jordan de Pyurlesdon (Puleston) sued Richard, son of William
de Albaston, for land in Albaston.









Ouyel (Howell) seised
temp. K. John.

. 1

1 ,




Willianr
ob. s.p.


Ric

ob.




', 1
Henry, John,
a priest. ob. s.p.


1
Agnes.




;hard,

s.p.


1
William,
ob. s.p.


1
Jordan,
the plaintiff.



De Banco Roll. Trinity. 7. Edw. 1. m. 83.

Staff. — John GyfFard, of Chilinton, sued Robert de Somerford, for
customs and services owing to him for land in Chilinton.

Peter Giffard, seised
temp. K. John.



Peter,
ob. s.p.



William,
ob. s.p.



Hugh,
ob. s.p.



John Gyffard,
the plaintiff.



De Banco Roll. Mich. 8.-9. Ediv. 1. m. 49.

Leic. — Ralph Basset sued Nicholas de Segrave, called to warranty by
John Percevall, for land in Wytherdeleye.

Ralph Basset, seised
temp. K. John.

I
Ralph.

I
Ralph.



Ralph Basset,
the plaintiff.



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.



503



De Banco Roll. Trinity. 12. Edw. 1. m. 73. dor»o.

Derh. and Staff. — Agnes, late wife of Oliver de Longford, sued
William de Kavereswell for a third of thirteen marks of rent in
Athelaston (EUaston).

Nigel de Longford.



Oliver. =j= Agnes, the plaintiff.



John de Longford,
under age.



De Banco. Mich. 15. — 16. Edw. 1. m. iiS.

Dei-h. — Walter de Gousel sued Adam de Krideling aijd John de
Langeford (Longford) for the next presentation to the church of
Wytewelle.



1




1


1


Robert.

1




Emma.


Cecilia.


1




1
1


Adam.


1




1 1


Isabella, seised


Mathew,


Cecilia. Matilda.


1


of the manor


ob. s.p.


1 1


Adam.


temp. Hen. 3,




Nigel. John.


1


ob. s.p.




1


Adam de






Oliver. Walter de


Krideling,






1 Gousel,


the defendant.






John de the plaintiff.








Longford,








the defendant.




De


Banco. Mich.


16.-17. Ediv. 1. m. 68.





Sta,ff. — Reginald, son of John de Chavernes (de Charnes) sued Roger
de Bourhton and Juliana, his wife, for land in Bourhton (l>roughton).

Reginald de Chavernes,
seised temp. H. 3.



Richard.

I
Reginald, ob. s.p.



Heni'y,
ob. s.p.



William,
ob. s.p.



John, uncle and heir of
Reginald, son of Richard.



Thomas,
ob. s.p.



Philip,
ob. s.p.



Reginald,
the plaintiff.



De Banco Roll. Easter. 17. Edw. 1. m. 73 dor so.

Staff. — Peter de Arderne sued Roger, the Bishop of Coventry and
Lichfield, for land in Elford.



504 PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.

Roger, seised temp.
K. Richard.

Leuca.

I
Agnes.

I
Peter de Arderne,
the plaintiff.



De Banco Roll. Easter. 19. Edw. 1. m. 157.

Staff. — Nicholas de Aldythelegh (Audley), as custos of Ricliard, the
son and heir of Henry de Chetelton, sued the Abbot of Dieulacres
for the next presentation to the church of Chetelton.

Robert de Chetelton, presented
temp. K. John.



William, Hugh,

ob. s.p. I

William.

I
Robert.

I
Henry.

Richard,
imder age.

The jury stated that Robert de Chetelton had made the last
presentation in the reign of King John, and the Clerk then
presented had died the last Parson of the church. If this was
the case he must have lived to a hundred years, but there appears
to have been some confusion between the two Roberts, and there
are certainly too many generations in the pedigree.



Stafford Assize Roll. 21. Edw. 1. m. 3 dorso.

Staff. — Richard, son of Hervey de Stretton, sued Richard, son of
Richard de Stretton, for land in Stretton.

Richard de Stretton.



I 1

Hervey. Richard,



the defendant.



Richard,
the plaintiff.



Stafford Assize Roll. 21. Edw. 1. vi. 10 darso.

Staff. — John Wymer, of Stafford, sued William de la Pole and
Wladusa (Gladys) his wife, for the manor of Bere-Sardon,



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. 505



William. Wymer.

I I

Nicholas le Bere, Thomas,

seised temp. H. 3. |

William.

John Wymer,
the plaintifif.

Nicholas le Here occurs temp. H. 2 and K. John as Nicholas
Ursus and as Nicholaus de Sardon. And see a previous suit from
the Staftbid Assize lloll of 56 Hen. 3, a'>ite, p. 500. It will be
seen that this family of Wymer occur with the surnames of le Bere,
de Sardon and Gilbert.



Stafford Assize Roll. 21. Edw. 1. m. 8 dor so.

Staff. — Robert, son of Robert de Esynton, sued Robert de Buckyng-
ham for land in Esynton (Essington).

Robert de Esynton.



I ■ ■ 1

Robert. Richard.

Robert de Esynton, Robert de Sewallefeld

the plaintiff. (Seawall).



Stafford Assize Roll. 21, Edw. 1. m. 12 dorso.

Staff — William, son of Peter Coi-bisun, sued John Giffard, of
Chilinton, for the manor of Chilinton.

Peter Corbisun (Corbuson).



I ' 1

Margaret, seised William,

temp. H. 3, ob. |

s.p. Peter.

I
William Corbisun,
the plaintifE.

This pedigree is inaccurate. Margaret, from whose seisin William
claimed, was living temp. K. Stephen, and was sister, not daughter,
of Peter Corbuson. Chillington had been the " maritagium" of
Margaret, who had died s.p. See " The GifFards," in vol. vi. New
Series of Staffordshire Collections.



Stafford Assize Boll. 21. Edw. 1. m. 21.

Staff. — Simon, son of Hugh de Fossebrok, sued Richard, son of
William de Cavereswalle and others for land in Fossebrok (Forsbrook).
The pleadings give these pedigrees : —



506



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS.



Hugh.

Simon.

I
Hugh.

I
Simon de Fossebrok,
the plaintiff.



llalph (do Dulverne).



William de Cavereswalle.



Daughter.



Richard de Cavereswalle, Richard de=f Sibil. ^^ Ralph
defendant. Karsewalle. I Basset,



of Cheadle.



Richard de Kareswalle,
under age.



Daughter.



Mary.=j=^Henry de
Cavers-
walle.

Roger.



Itoger, son of Henry de Caverswalle, appear-s to be a mistake for
Roger, son of Henry de CresswalL



Stafford Assize Roll. 21. Edw. 1. m. 21.

Staff. — Robert de Halgliton sued Roger, the Bishop of Coventry and
Lychefeld, for the next presentation to the church of Heye de Offeley
(High Offley).

Thomas de Halghton, presented

temp. K. John.



Ralph,
ob. s.p.



Robert.

I
Thomas.

I
Robert de Halghton,
the plaintiff.

The Bishop denied that Thomas had presented to tlie church, and
offered to defend his right by a champion who was present in Court,
and it was decided that a duel should be fought at the following
Easter at Westminster, when the champions should appear with
arms.



Stafford Assize Roll. 21. Edw. 1. m. 26.

(S'^a^'. — Roger de Peulesdon and Joan, his wife, sued the Prior of
Stanea for land in Stanes (Stone).



PEDIGREES FROM THE PLEA ROLLS. (307

Robert, seised temp.
K. Richard.



Ivo.

I
Robert.



Joan.=Roger de Peulesdon,
the plaintiffs.

The Stone Cliartulary shews that the ancestor of Joan was Robert
de Walton.



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