ILE - Copy of inquisition post mortem of Robert de Thatessal - ref. DDHU/17/3  - date: (29 Feb 1304)



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That the following lands were held of him. [Annual values in brackets] Property: 16 carucates in Flixton, Folketon and Flothemanby held by John de Craystock by service of a knight's fee (of whom Richard de Malbys holds four carucates in Flixton (12); Richard de Lasscy, six carucates in Folketon (14); the Prior of Bridlington, four carucates in frankalmoign in Flotmanby (and 7); and Robert le Conestable, two carucates in Flotemanby (60s)) Manor of Grendal held by Walter de Grendal by service of a knight's fee (30) Eight carucates in Hundemanby, held by John Marmion by service of a knight's fee (of which
John Marmion himself holds three carucates (9); Lora de Gaunt holds four carucates from John Marmion (10); and John de Pratis holds one carucate (50s)) Five carucates in Galmeton held by William Wilehby by service of half a knight's fee (held of him by Robert de Akkelom (20)) 21 carucates in Moston, Fivele, Fordon, Rythton and Marion held by Richard Malbys by service of 2 knight's fees (of which Richard Malbys holds five carucates in demesne in Moston and Fivele (12); John de Heselarton and Robert de Wyerne five carucates in Moston and Fivele (12); Prior of Bridlington, two and a half carucates in Fordon (8); Abbot of Witheby one carucate in Fordon (60s ); John and Robert de Heselarton two and a half carucates in Fordon (8); and five carucates in Rythton and Marten held of Richard Malbys (10)) Six carucates in Ereghom, Barkeldal and Rythton held in demesne by William de Ereghom by service of half a knight's fee (15) Four carucates in Hundemanby held in demesne by Thomas de Rossal by service of the third part of a knight's fee (12) Two carucates in Marton held in demesne by John de Marton by service of a fourth part of a knight's fee (one carucate held by John de Marton (60s); and one carucate by the Prior of Bridlington (60s) Two carucates in Rychton held in demesne by Nicholas de Hal by service of a fourth part of a knight's fee (4) Six carucates in Buketon held in demesne by William de Buketon by service of a third part of a knight's fee (6) Three and a half carucates in Eston held in demesne by Hugh de Cardoyl by service of a fourth part of a knight's fee (10) One carucate in Hundemanby held in demesne by Robert de Boynton by service of a tenth part of a knight's fee (a half carucate held by Robert de Boynton (30s); and a half carucate held by Richard Attedenes and Richard Bartok (30s)) One carucate in Hundemanby held in demesne by John son of John by service of a sixth part of a knight's fee (60s) Likewise by Roger de Grimeston and a half carucate in Hundemanby held in demesne by John de Fauconner by service of a twentieth part of a knight's fee (30s) Five bovates in Hundemanby held by John de Pratis by service of a twelfth part of a knight's fee (36s) Two bovates in Hundemanby held by John Hyrning by service of a forty-eighth part of a knight's fee (13s 4d) Three bovates in Hundemanby held by Hugh Thorald by service of a twentieth part of a knight's fee (20s) Two carucates in Foxol held in demesne by Walter de Bubbewith by service of a fifth part of a knight's fee (10) One carucate in Brigham held in demesne by Theobald de Brygham by service of a tenth part of a knight's fee (60s). 47 carucates in Bridlington, Besingby, Hyld(erthorp), Wivels- thorp, Sewardby, Speton, Burton Fleming and Wyllardby, held in frankalmoign by the Prior of Bridlington (120) Church of Hundemanby held by Abbot of [Barthe?] (Bardney) (120) Taken at Bridlington
Covering dates   7 Eliz. Easter
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A debt due by Jno. Marmion to Robert Bedyll. Money lent by Thomas Skynner to Marmion to pay this debt. Alleged usury. London.
Access conditions  Normal Closure before FOI Act: 30 years
Closure status  Open Document, Open Description
Held by  The National Archives, Kew
Item details: C 81/1732
 
Marmion, John
Access conditions  Normal Closure before FOI Act: 30 years
Closure status  Open Document, Open Description
Held by  The National Archives, Kew
Will of John Marmion of Sileby, Leicestershire
Date  24 October 1417
Catalogue reference  PROB 11/2Blinks to the Catalogue
Dept  Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury
Series  Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers
Piece  Name of Register: Marche Quire Numbers: 30 - 55
Image contains  1 will of many for the catalogue reference
FILE - [no title] - ref. BCM/E/1/1/38  - date: [9 Feb. 1343]

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John Broun, son of Geoffrey Broun; and Edmund le Blont, lord of Bitton, and Agnes his wife. Sun. one week after the Purification, 17 Edw. III
John has granted to Edmund and Agnes an annual rent of 3d. from the plot of land in Buttone above Rydone, held by Adam Joilyng and Joan his wife for their lives, and the reversion of the land; to them and Edmund's heirs and assigns.
Witnesses: John de Oldebur', Elias de Oldebur', John Marmion, Robert Burnel, John Joye.
At: Bitton.
[Please quote GC3044 at Berkeley Castle Muniments when requesting this file]
FILE - DEEDS AND PAPERS - ref. DR10/1361  - date: 25 June 1306

Parchment, 7 x 4 ins.

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Notification of a plea 'de consuetudinibus et serviciis' held at Westminster between Alexander de Fryvill' and Joan his wife, plaintiffs, and Hugh de Quilly, concerning the customs and services of a tenement which the said Hugh holds of the said Alexander and Joan in Radeclive, Waverton' [Warton, Warws.] and Rodebrok' [?Redbrook, Leics.]; and the said Hugh recognized the tenement to be held of the said Alexander and Joan as of the honour of the castle of Thameworthe, and promised to render the due services; and for this the said Alexander and Joan warrant to the said Hugh all the said lands and tenements in the said vills 'contra participes suos' of the inheritance of Robert Marmyon.
Witnesses: Sir Robert Marmyon, Sir Richard Hwitacre, knights, John de la Launde, Anketill de Insula, Roger de Coningusby, Richard Gregori of Freseleye, William le Hwite of Waverton', William de Fago of the same and others.
Dated at Thameworthe, the morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 34 Edward I.
Tag, seal lost.
Endorsed: i) Baldinnus Frevil filius et heres Alexandri et Johanne Marmion per chartam manerii sui de Middelton anno 17 Ed. 2. Uxor eius Johanna per chartam manerii sui de Styvechale 39 Ed. 3. [AG]
ii) Carta inter Alx. Frevel et Hugonem Quily
iii) Lodelowe et Frevyle heredes Marmion [AG]
iv) de honore Castri de Tamworth [AG]
v) R. Gregory de Fresley tempore Ed. primi [AG]