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On the Inquisitions Post Mortem for Dorset from Henry III to Richard III (1216-1485).

Edward Alexander Fry

On the Inquisitions Post Mortem for Dorset from Henry III to Richard III (1216-1485).

by Edward Alexander Fry

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  Index of articles relating to English medieval history. An index of subjects and buildings in the Inquisitions Post Mortem of Gloucestershire in the time of King Henry III. Tracing the female ancestors of King Richard III to see how far back in time his mitochondrial DNA. Inquisitions post mortem Vol 3 page Dec A long entry for Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester, shows that the heir of Nicholas de Poinz holds Tokington and Swell, in Gloucestershire, and Sutton Poyntz in Dorset, from the earl of Gloucester. i.e. Hugh Poyntz: Dorset History Centre D/6: Grant of a messuage in Sutton manor.

  Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem and Other Analogous Documents preserved in the Public Record Office (H.M. Stationery Office, ) Eyton, Robert. Court, Household, and Itinerary of Henry II (Taylor and Co., Holborn, London, ). 'Fitzalan or Arundel: the earls of Arundel's surname in the 15th-century IPMs' you already know about. > > Lastly, a bit of news: we have just begun the digitization of volumes of the Calendars of Inquisitions post Mortem (covering ) and volumes of the 2nd Series ().

  The Inquisitions post Mortem and ad quod damnum (Edward III. to Charles I.) are indexed in the 25th report. The judicial records consist of Pleas in the Exchequer, a court of equity. Its records are Bills and Answers (Henry VIII. to George IV.), calendared in the 25th Report up to Philip and Mary; and Decrees and Orders. The Earliest Directory of the Book Trade (I) [The London and Country Printers, Booksellers and Stationers Vade Mecum], by John Pendred. Edward IV-Richard III, I Ed. K. H. Ledward. H.M.S.O. (Ig94). Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem and other Analogous Documents. Henry VII. Vol. III ( Henry VII). H.M.S.O. A Twelfth.


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On the Inquisitions Post Mortem for Dorset from Henry III to Richard III (1216-1485) by Edward Alexander Fry Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thomas, son and heir of Roger Grey, knight: Writ of devenerunt, 4 July, 7 Richard II: SUFFOLK. Inq.(indented) taken at Henhowe, Tuesday after the Assumption, 7 Richard under-mentioned manors and lands came to the hands of Edward III by the death of the said Roger and by reason of the minority of Thomas, his son and heir, who has died while a minor in the king’s wardship.

Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File Pages Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Vol Edward III. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 30 Edward III.

Return. It was found in the book of fees at the Exchequer touching Essex. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem and Other Analogous Documents Preserved in the Public Record Office, Great Britain.

Public Record Office Is Part 1 of Calendars of state papers & c, Great Britain Public Record Office: Author: Great Britain. Public Record Office: Editor: Great Britain. Public Record Office: Publisher: H.M. Stationery. [ Ibid. ; A.J. Pollard, ‘Richard Neville, fifth earl of Salisbury (–), magnate', Oxford DNB, ] Unfortunately inquisitions post mortem of the Earl Richard I have disappeared since and there survive no inquisitions for his wife Alice.

[ Umberleigh is a former large manor within the historic hundred of (North) Tawton, but today a small village in North Devon in England. It used to be an ecclesiastical parish, but following the building of the church at Atherington it became a part of that parish. It forms however a part of the civil parish of Chittlehampton, which is mostly located on the east side of the River parish: Chittlehampton.

Margaret de Vere (died 16 June ) was an English One of the writs that were issued on 20 June for an Inquisition Post Mortem stated that she had died on the Tuesday after the Nativity of John Dorset, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk were ordered to take into custody on behalf of the King land that Margaret had held at the time of her deathBuried: Greyfriars, London.

2 Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, I (), For the history and content of the IPM classes, as created in the s, when these records were reorganised, see Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry V–Richard III etc., List and Index Society, ().

Full text of "Abstracts of Dorset Inquisitiones Post Mortem: Returned Into the Court of See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project.

Full text of "A calendar of inquistiones post mortem for Cornwall and Devon, from Henry III to Charles I ()" See other formats.

The book, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry III, File 11', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1: Henry III (), pp.sets forth the IPM of ‘Richard de Wrotham’ which references his nephew ‘William de Pleisseiz’. The book, ‘A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex’ (), Vol.

I, Richard I. to Richard III., by W. Hardy and W. Page, printed by Hardy & Page, London, p.states the following with respect to a ‘Thomas Duraunt, of Enefeld’. Court of Chancery: Inquisitions post mortem relating to Yorkshire, of the reigns of Henry IV and Henry V.

(n.p. Printed for the Society, ), ed. by John William Clay and W. Paley Baildon (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Jewe, Ieue, Jeue, Jeu Family of Dorset. JEWE. February, Under Construction Richard 1 - 41 Henry III, Somerset Rec. Soc., the church of Burstocke, Dorset. There is a pedigree of his family in the Visitation of Somerset.] It appears by inquisitions post mortem, one of which was taken at Bridport 30 Nov 13E4 [], the.

The outcome of this order was that between and four large folio volumes were issued under the direction of the Commissioners of Public Records, covering the period between the reigns of Henry III and Richard III, which volumes may be consulted in most of the public libraries of.

Abstracts of Inquisitions Post Mortem for Gloucestershire (from the reign of Edward II) Abstracts of Inquisitions Post Mortem for Gloucestershire (from the reign of Edward III) 2 items; Abstracts of Inquisitions Post Mortem for Gloucestershire (from the reign of Henry III) Abstracts of Inquisitions Post Mortem for Wiltshire (from the reign of.

Inquisitions Post Mortem for Henry Fitz Roger, Writ, 1 February, 26 Edward III []. mention: Elizabeth his wife, who survives He died on Sunday before the Purification last [29 January ]. Alan his son, aged 9 1/4 years, is his heir. Other Sources. Henry III, his brother Richard of Cornwall, and Prince Edward were all captured, and by imprisoning the King, Montfort became the de facto ruler of England.

At the Council of Worcester it was agreed that all prisoners who had been captured up to this point in the conflict were to be delivered without any consideration of redemption.

[source: Inquisitions Post Mordem, 50 Edward III, Second numbers, No. 67] - In February is a commitment to Henry Yevele of London, of the wardship of the manor of Langeton in Purbike, co.

Dorset, late of John le Walssh, who held in chief, to hold the same, with the issues since John's death, until the lawful age of Joan, his daughter and heir.

- Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem - Vol. III, Henry VII: 21 Hen. VII to 24 Hen. VII () TOP. - The Inquisitiones Post Mortem for Dorset - from Henry VII to Charles I () temp. Edward IV, Edward V, and Richard III.

From Coram Rege and De Banco rolls, with one suit omitted from v Inventory of church goods. Port: Lynn Particulars of account of as deputy to Sir Edward Belknap, Chief Butler.

Note: 2 fos. Henry VIII: E /99/ Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Escheators' Files, Inquisitions Post Mortem, Series II, and other Inquisitions, Henry VII to Elizabeth I Belknap, Edward, knight: Sussex: 13 Henry VIII: E //3.

Prior to the Tudors, most rulers reversed their attainder in return for promises of loyalty. For example, Henry VI reversed all 21 attainders, Edward IV reversed 86 ofand Richard III reversed 99 of However, this changed with Henry VII who after he ascended the throne initially attainted those loyal to the Yorkist side.The first series of these (Henry III.

to Richard III.) is now arranged in three classes, Inquisitions Post Mortem including analogous documents relating to the feudal tenure of land, Criminal Inquisitions and Miscellaneous Inquisitions. The Record Office has published three volumes of .Henry III Fine Rolls Project, Fine Rolls Calendars, Edward I to Edward III, (16 vols.) Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry VIII to Philip & Mary.