Pedes Finium, Commonly Called Feet of Fines, for the County of Somerset: Richard I. to Edward I., A. D. 1196 to A. D. 1307 (Google eBook)

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Page 330 - Lynford late of the said earl and in the king's hands as above, to hold of the chief lords of the fee by the services of as many knights' fees and as many other rents and services as they were held by before 4 March, 1 Edward IV.
Page 341 - Nicholas, son of the said . . . [torn] males of his body, in default to remain to ... [torn] of his body begotten, to hold of the chief lords of that fee by the services which to the aforesaid tenements...
Page 115 - Robert acknowledged the manor to be the right of the Master and Brethren of the said Hospital...
Page 348 - ... right of John and Felicia as by their gift, to hold to them and the heirs of John, of the chief lords of that fee. And besides Thomas and Isabella granted for themselves and the heirs of Isabella, that a garden which William de Muleburn held for a term of eighteen years, the inheritance of Isabella in the aforesaid vill on the day this agreement was made, and which after the aforesaid term ought to revert to Thomas and Isabella and the heirs of Isabella, should wholly remain to John and Felicia...
Page 316 - ... services thereto appertaining. (Bound between Nos. 26 and 27.) 70. At York in the morrow of All Souls ; between Richard de Rodeny and Matilda his wife, querents, by William Malerbe in their place ; and William de Burne, deforciant ; for a messuage, and a carucate of land, in Stok Giffard juxta Westburi. Plea of covenant was summoned. Richard acknowledged the right of William ; for this William granted the same to Richard, to hold to him and Matilda and his heirs begotten of Matilda, of the chief...
Page 2 - Latinam in the seventh year of King Richard : between the Prior of the church of the blessed Peter of Bath, tenent: and Giffard Witene, claimant, for the advowson of the Church of Stokes, when plea was brought between them ; Giffard acknowledged and conceded the gift which Roger his father made to the aforesaid Prior and church, of the aforesaid advowson for ever, and the same gift for the love of God and the soul of his father by his deed confirmed. 8 Utebarti I.
Page 338 - Cristina and the heirs of John of the chief lords of that fee : for this John and Cristina gave William twenty pounds sterling.
Page 212 - William and his heirs, rendering annually a rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John Baptist; and if Walter die without heirs by Alice, then after the decease of Alice the whole shall remain to William and his heirs quit of the heirs of Walter and Alice.
Page 154 - ... Petronilla his wife, impedients ; for the moiety of a messuage and half a virgate, and the moiety of a moiety of a virgate of land in Radestoke. Plea of warranty of deed was summoned. Robert and Petronilla acknowledged the right of Alexander as by their gift, to hold of them and the heirs of Petronilla, rendering yearly one penny at Easter and doing to the chief lord the regal service belonging. And Robert and Petronilla warranted against all men. For this Alexander gave them half a marc.
Page 226 - ... three weeks of Easter ; between Richard de Wyrcestre, querent ; and Thomas de Norham and Alice his wife, deforciants ; for a messuage, half a virgate of land, six acres of meadow, and eight acres of moor, in Norham. Plea of covenant was summoned. Thomas and Alice acknowledged the right of Richard, as by their gift, to hold of the chief lord of the fee, doing therefor all services belonging. For this Richard granted to Thomas and Alice a messuage and ten acres of land in la Wyke, to hold of Richard,...

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