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 Thomas de /Roos/


  • Born 13 January 1337 - Stoke Daubeney Manor, Northamptonshire, England
  • Deceased 8 June 1384 - Uffington, Lincolnshire, England,aged 47 years old
  • Buried in 1384 - Helmsley, Yorkshire, England
  • Lord Ros Of Helmsley,warden Of Scotland,, Knight of the Bath

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  • M sosa Thomas De Ros 1337-1384
  • F sosa Maud Ros 1338-1388

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_BIO: Thomas de Ros married 12 Apr 1363, Beatrice Stafford (d. 13 Apr 1415), daughter of Ralph de Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, by whom he had four sons and two daughters: John de Ros, 5th Baron de Ros. W illiam de Ros, 6th Baron de Ros. Thomas de Ros. Robert de Ros. Elizabeth de Ros, who married Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron de Clifford. Margaret de Ros, who married Reginald Grey, 3rd Baron Grey de Ruthyn. -Helmsley Castle
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Thomas De Ros
Birth  13 January 1337 • Stoke Daubeney Manor, Northamptonshire, England
Death  8 June 1384 • Uffington, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Parents  Margery Badlesmere • William de Ros
Spouse  Beatrice Stafford
Children  Elizabeth De Ros • John de Ros 5th Baron de Ros of Helmsley, KB • Margaret De Ros • Robert de Ros • William Ros 6th Lord de Ros of Helmsley

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Thomas ( L. Ros of Helmsley) de Ros
Birth  13 JAN 13 AND • Stoke, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death  8 June 1384 • Uffington, Shropshire, England, United Kingdom
Parents  Hugh de Ross

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He was 4th Lord Ros of Helmsley, Member of Parliament 1362-1384, served in France 1369-1371, Warden of Scotland 1367, Knight Banneret 1372. Ref: Ancestral Roots, Weis, 7th edition, 1992, Line 89-32, 9-32.
!Sir Bernard Burkes Dormant & Extinct Peeragep.122
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT 1362-64.
Heir to his brother William De ROS. He took part in the King's expeditionin Normandy in 1355, and in the campaigns of 1356 and 1359-1360. He wassummoned to Parlament from 24 august 1362; served in France in 1369-1371,Warden of Scotland 1367, and Knight Banneret 1372. In 1368 he was orderedto reside on his lands in Ireland with his armed forces, to prevent theloss and destruction of the country. THE COMPLETE PEERAGE OF ENGLAND (First Edition); by George EdwardCOKAYNE; Volume VI, Pages 400 - 401. THE COMPLETE PEERAGE OF ENGLAND (Second Edition); by George EdwardCOKAYNE; Volume 5, Page 736; and Volume 11, Pages 90 - 101. BARONIA ANGLICA CONCENTRATA (A CONCENTRATED ACCOUNT OF ALL BARONIESCOMMONLY CALLED BARONIES IN FEE); by Sir Thomas Christopher BANKS (1844);Page 378. AN OFFICIAL, GENEALOGICAL, AND HERALDIC BARONAGE OF ENGLAND; GeraldPADGET (1957) Library of Congress, microfilm; Volume 473, Page 7. THE DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY, ENGLISH; Volume 49, Pages 216 to219 "History of Leicestershire", by John NICHOLS. HISTORY OF LEICESTERSHIRE; John NICHOLS; Volume II, Part 1, Page 27 ff. THE ANTIQUITIES OF NOTTINGHAMSHIRE; by Robert THOROTON (1677, London); p.115. EARLY HISTORY OF THE RIPLEY AND THE INGILBY FAMILY; by W. T. LANCASTER(1918).
Baker: History of the County of Northumberland Vol 1 P. 269
!Our Noble & Gentle Families of Royal Descent Together with Their Paternal Ancestry by Joseph Foster p 623 1886 Edition. 5th Lord Roos of Hamlake.
[G675.ged] 5th Baron was Thomas de Ros, he was succeeded by his eldest son, John de Ros - 6th Baron; d: 1393/4 - was succeeded by his brother, William de Ros, - 7th Baron; d: 1st September 1414 - wassucceeded by his eldest son, John - 8th Baron; d:? - was succeeded by his brother, Thomas - 9th Baron; d: 18th August 1431 - was succeeded by his eldest son, Thomas de Ros - 10th Baron; d: 4 November1461 - his honours being forfeited, but on the accession of King Henry VII returned to his elder son, Edmund de Ros, who d: 13 October 1508, unmarried, "and the Barony fell into abeyance from 1687 for nearly a century and a quarter.called out of abeyance in 1896 in favour of Lady Henry Fitzgerald, who assumed the additional surname of de Ros and was mother of the late and present Lords de Ros" Actually, Thomas (1336-1384) was the 4th Baron, and William (1368-1414) was the 6th. See the second edition of Cokayne's *Complete Peerage*, vol. XI, p. 95, note (h), referring to the summons of Robert (d. 1285), whom you are probably calling the first Baron, to Montfort's 1264 Parliament: "In 1616 the Barony was allowed precedence from this writ, a decision accepted by the Lords in 1806 ... ; but these writs, issued by Simon in the King's name, are no longer regarded as valid for the creation of peerages." The Ros Barony is now dated from the summons of William de Ros (d. 1316) in 1299.
Sources: A. Roots 89, 93A; Norr and AF. Roots: Thomas de Ros, Knight. Lord Ros of Helmsley, M.P. 1362-1384.Served in France 1369-1371. Warden of Scotland 1367. Knight Banneret 1372.
Name Suffix: Baron Ros Ancestral F
Name Suffix:(NSFX) Baron Ros Ancestral File Number:(AFN) 9FSH-CM
Lord Ros of Helmsley.
He was fourth Lord of Helmsley. He was M.P. He was a Knight.
!Pedigree Chart from Family Org. from information from hired researcher; Ancestral File 1996
Line in Record @I30335@ (RIN 30331) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _UID A30F28CA9ECCD61193C3973FD6E9BB5EF93D Line in Record @I30344@ (RIN 30335) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _UID E7D6322446A2D61193C3E88C9393015F323C Line in Record @I30431@ (RIN 30384) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _UID DEEA34DE985DD61193C294AD8A14235E6B8F Line in Record @I30437@ (RIN 30432) from GEDCOM file not recognized: _UID 04865B7C3451D61193C2CDEE4AFA0D5E8C28 1 _UID 612FE50DF5E0D51193C2F02AB1EEA0564183
"Ancestral Roots..." (Balt., 1992) 89-32: Thomas "4th Lord Ros of Helmsley, M.P. 1362-1384, served in France 1369-1371, Warden of Scotland 1367, Knt. Banneret 1372; m. ca. 01-01-1358/9, Beatrice Stafford."
!NOTE: Ancestors of John Walton Frank.; ; ; ; ;
Knighted, Lord of Helmsley, served in France 1369-71, Warden of Scotland 1367, Knight-banneret 1372
Name Suffix: Knight Ancestral File
Name Suffix:(NSFX) Knight Ancestral File Number:(AFN) 9FSH-CM
Name Suffix: Lord Ros Ancestral Fi
Name Suffix:(NSFX) Lord Ros Ancestral File Number:(AFN) M577-7V
!Thomas De Ros, d. 8 Jun 1384, of Helmsley, M.P., 1362-1384; m. 1358, Beatrice Stafford, dau. of Margaret De Audley and Sir Ralph De Stafford, K.G.. Ref. The Magna Charta Sureties. Dawson Family Org. John Dawson 6514 Kline St. Arvada Co. 80004
Name Suffix: Lord Ros !MARRIAGE-DE
Name Suffix:(NSFX) Lord Ros !MARRIAGE-DEATH: "Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists"; by Frederick LewisWeis; 5th Edition; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985; pg 71, line89 item 31 HISTORY: Knight; Baron Ros of Helmsley; M.P. 1362-1384, served in France1369-71, Warden of Scotland 1367, Knight baneret 1372
!Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists The Descent from the Later Plantagenet Kings of England, Henry III, Edward I, Edward II, and Edward III, of Emigrants from England and Wales to the North American Colonies before 1701 by David Faris. First Edition !Plantagenet Ancestry of Seventeenth-Century Colonists. The Descent from the Later Plantagenet Kings of England, Henry III, edward I, Edward II, and Edward III, of Emigrants from England and Wales to the North American Colonies before 1701 by David Faris First Edition
Thomas De Ros was the 4th Lord Ros of Helmsley. He was a member of parliament 1362-1384 and served in France 1369-1371. He was Warden of Scotland 1367, Knight banneret 1372. 9-32, 89-32. Weis. A knight banneret was next below a baron and was entitled to lead vassals under his own banner.
MAGNA CHARTA SURETEES, P.1; SORELY'S PEDIGREES (GS NUMBER Q929.242 SO68) P.44, 47, 50; ENGLAND PUBLICATION 5, VOL 5 P.736; DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY VOL 53, P.458; AMERICAN GENEALOGIST VOL 9 P.213; ANCESTRAL FILE, LDS GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY;
Name Suffix: Lord Ros !MARRIAGE-DE
Name Suffix:(NSFX) Lord Ros !MARRIAGE-DEATH: "Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists"; by Frederick Lewis Weis; 5th Edition; Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1985; pg 71, line 89 item 31 HISTORY: Knight; Baron Ros of Helmsley; M.P. 1362-1384, served in France 1369-71, Warden of Scotland 1367, Knight baneret 1372
!Thomas de Ros was 4th Lord Ros of Helmsley, M.P. 1362-1384, served in France, 1369-71, Warden of Scotland, 1367, Knight Banneret, 1372.
Sources: Weis, Sheppard, Beal, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, 5th Ed., [Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1999], Line 1, p. 1.
!AKA: Member of Parliment, 1362-1384 - Doc. Line 9-32 Thomas de Ros, Knight Banneret, 1372 - Doc. Line 89 -32 Thomas de Ros, 4th Lord Ros of Helmsley - Doc. Line 89-32 Member of Parliment 1362-1384 - Doc. Line 89-32 Served in France 1369-1371 - Doc. Line 89-32 Warden of Scotland, 1367 - Doc. Line 89-32 Sir Thomas de Ros, Lord Ros of Helmsley - Doc. Line 93A-32 !BIRTH: Date: January 13, 1336/1337 -Doc. Line 89-32 Place: Stoke Albany, co. Northampton - Doc. Line 89-32 !DEATH: Date: June 8, 1384 - Doc. Line 9-32, 89-32 1834 - Doc. Line 93A-32 Place: Uffington, co. Lincoln - Doc. Line 89-32 !MARRIAGE: Thomas de Ros and Beatrice Stafford - Doc. Line 9-32 Thomas de Ros, Lord and Beatrice Stafford - Doc. Line 89-32, 93A-34 Date: 1358 - Doc. Line 9-32 About January 1, 1358/1359 - Doc. Line 89-32 !RESIDENCE: Of Helmsley - Doc. Line 9-32
! ! RELATIONSHIP: Patron, H. Reed Black, is 16th G G Nephew.
Thomas de Ros (Burke's lists as 2nd son-Magna Charta Sureties states 3rd son), 4th Lord (Baron) de Ros of Helmsley, KB (by 1372); Jt Warden of the West March of Scotland 1367 and East March 1371. [Burke's Peerage]

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Thomas de Ros, 3rd son, b. Stoke Albany 13 Jan 1336/7, d. Uffington 8 Jun 1384, of Helmsley, MP 1362-1384, 4th Lord Ros; m. licence 1 Jan 1358/9 Beatrice Stafford, d. April 1415, widow of Maurice FitzMaurice, Earl of Desmond, d. 1358, daughter of Sir Ralph de Stafford, KG, and Margaret de Audley. [Magna Charta Sureties]

Seal to Parents: 1 NOV 1991 SLAKE - Salt Lake City, UT
Non-standard gedcom data: 1 HEAL 9FSH-CM
He was actually the 5th Baron
All information on Thomas, his wife, and children were from Norr, p. 48.
Heir to his brother William De ROS. He took part in the King's expedition in Normandy in 1355, and in the campaigns of 1356 and 1359-1360. He was summoned to Parlament from 24 august 1362; served in France in 1369-1371, Warden of Scotland 1367, and Knight Banneret 1372. In 1368 he was ordered to reside on his lands in Ireland with his armed forces, to prevent the loss and destruction of the country. THE COMPLETE PEERAGE OF ENGLAND (First Edition); by George Edward COKAYNE; Volume VI, Pages 400 - 401. THE COMPLETE PEERAGE OF ENGLAND (Second Edition); by George Edward COKAYNE; Volume 5, Page 736; and Volume 11, Pages 90 - 101. BARONIA ANGLICA CONCENTRATA (A CONCENTRATED ACCOUNT OF ALL BARONIES COMMONLY CALLED BARONIES IN FEE); by Sir Thomas Christopher BANKS (1844); Page 378. AN OFFICIAL, GENEALOGICAL, AND HERALDIC BARONAGE OF ENGLAND; Gerald PADGET (1957) Library of Congress, microfilm; Volume 473, Page 7. THE DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY, ENGLISH; Volume 49, Pages 216 to 219 "History of Leicestershire", by John NICHOLS. HISTORY OF LEICESTERSHIRE; John NICHOLS; Volume II, Part 1, Page 27 ff. THE ANTIQUITIES OF NOTTINGHAMSHIRE; by Robert THOROTON (1677, London); Page 115. EARLY HISTORY OF THE RIPLEY AND THE INGILBY FAMILY; by W. T. LANCASTER (1918).
Royal ancestors of Magna Carta Barons, 1959 by Carr P. Collins Jr.
Died while preparing to go on pilgrimage Took part in the King's expedition in Normandy in 1335. in 1368he wasordered to reside on his lands in Ireland with his armedforces, toprevent loss and destuction of the country.
-Lord Ros (Roos) ------------------- References: 1) Blue 48(a), page 189 2) Blue 43(a), pages 124 and 242 3) Blue 43(d), page 1086
Complete Peerage vol 3 p 292 4th Lord Ros of Helmsley
BIOGRAPHY: 3rd son, M.P. 1362-1384, 4th Lord Ros
!Knighted; Knight-banneret, 1372. Lord of Helmsley. Served in France, 1369-71. Warden of Scotland 1367.
RFN: 5251 Lord Ros, of Helmsley, M.P. 1362-1384, served in France 1369-1371, Warden of Scotland 1367, Knt. Banneret 1372. !NAME:11615-2.ftw, 11615-2.ftw !BIRTH:Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some oftheir Descenda nts Seventh Edit, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some oftheir Descenda nts Seventh Edit, Weis, Frederick Lewis; with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. assisted by: David Faris, 15 JUN 1996 !BIRTH:Yelverto.ged, Yelverto.ged !BIRTH:11615-2.ftw, 11615-2.ftw !DEATH:Pedigrees of Some of theEmperor Charlemagne's Descendants vol. II, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants vol. II, Langston, Aileen Lewers; Buck, J. Orton Jr.; and Beard, Timothy Field, 15 JUN 1996 !DEATH:Yelverto.ged, Yelverto.ged !DEATH:Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some oftheir Descenda nts Seventh Edit, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists who came to New England between 1623 and 1650 The lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some oftheir Descenda nts Seventh Edit, Weis, Frederick Lewis; with additions and Corrections by: Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. assisted by: David Faris, 15 JUN 1996
!Royal ancestors of Magna Carta Barons, 1959, by Carr P. Collins Jr. and preceding four generations

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    - Legacy NFS Source: Thomas_de_Ros,_Knight, 4th Lord Ros - - Ancestral File (TM), The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996
    - Inquisitions Post Mortem (IPMs) for Margery late the wife of William de Roos of Hamelak - M. C. B. Dawes, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 179', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 11, Edward III (London, 1935), pp. 400-414. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol11/pp400-414 [accessed 24 January 2020].
    528. MARGERY LATE THE WIFE OF WILLIAM DE ROOS OF HAMELAK.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III [1363].
    YORK. Inq. taken at York, 30 October, 37 Edward III.
    She held the following in dower of the inheritance of the present Thomas de Roos:-
    Garton. The manor, with its members Brakyn, Middelton, North Dalton, Naburn and Tibethorp, held of the king in chief, as parcel of Helmesley, by knight's service.
    Seton, Storthwayt and Fulford. The manors, with tenements and rents in Wartre, Methelburn, Herlethorp, and Folkerthorp belonging to the manors of Seton and Storthwayt, held of the fees of Roger de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, deceased, by knight's service.
    Housom. Tenements held of Margery by John de Friston by knight's service, which she held in service in dower as above.
    She held no other lands &c. in the escheator's bailiwick.
    She died on 18 October last. Thomas de Roos aforesaid, son of the said William de Roos and Margery, aged 25 years and more, is heir of the same William and Margery, and also of William de Roos, his brother, deceased.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III.
    YORK. LIBERTY OF HOLDERNESS. Inq. (indented) taken at Hedon, 26 October, 37 Edward III.
    Rosse. The manor, held by her in dower of Thomas lord de Roos, son and heir of William her husband, by gift of the said William by an assignment made in Chancery. The said Thomas held it of Isabel the king's daughter by fealty and service of one knight's fee, as of the honor of Aumale (Albemarlie) as of her manor in Brustwyk, and by service of doing suit to the wapentake of Holderness every three weeks and doing guard at the said Isabel's castle of Skipse.
    Monkewyk. The manor, held by her in dower of the said Thomas, as above. Thomas held it of Richard Raves', provost of the church of St. John of Beverley, by homage and fealty and service of a twenty-eighth part of a knight's fee, by doing suit to the provost's court at the bedern (bedernam) of Beverley every three weeks, and by rendering 3l. of silver yearly to the provost and his successors.
    She died on 18 October last. The aforesaid Thomas, aged 26 years and more, is her heir.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III.
    KENT. Inq. taken at Wy, 3 November, 37 Edward III.
    Chilham. The manor and castle (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees and by rendering for ward of Dover castle, being in the king's hand, 52s. yearly, to wit, every ten weeks throughout the year. The extent includes a several pasture called 'Northbrok' and a free fishery.
    Hotfeld. The manor (extent given), held of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of a moiety of a knight's fee, and by service of being the archbishop's chamberlain, and by doing suit to the archbishop's court at his palace of Canterbury every three weeks.
    Wylryngton. The manor (extent given), held of the abbot of Feferesham in free socage and by service of rendering 2s. yearly.
    She held the above manors and castle for life, jointly with Thomas Darundell, late her husband, deceased, by gift of Robert Resus and others (names not known to the jurors), with remainder after their death to William de Roos and his heirs, as is testified by a fine levied in the king's court.
    Kyngesdoune. A fourth part of two parts of the manor, held in her demesne as of fee. The whole manor is held of the king in chief by service of a moiety of a knight's fee. The fourth part aforesaid is worth 30s., and is let to farm at that rent.
    She held no other lands &c. in the county.
    Date of death and heir as last above.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III.
    NORTHAMPTON. Inq. (indented) taken at Rothewell, 6 November, 37 Edward III.
    Stoke Daubeneye. The manor (extent given), held jointly with William, her late husband, by gift of Robert Flemmyng and Hugh Flemmyng to them and the heirs of their bodies.
    She also held the following knights' fees in dower by gift of William her late husband, father of Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, who is his heir, by assignment made in Chancery:-
    Horpol. One knight's fee, held by William de Lodelowe and John de Sancto Claro.
    Ryssheton by Rothewell. A third part of a knight's fee, held by Robert Basset.
    Braundeston. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Thomas de Bokton, knight.
    Bradden. One knight's fee, held by Geoffrey de Bradden.
    Craneslee. One knight's fee, held by Thomas de Wake of Blysseworth.
    The above manor and fees are held of the king in chief by knight's service as parcel of the castle of Beauver.
    She held no other lands &c. in the county.
    Date of death and heir as last above.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III.
    LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Lincoln, 3 November, 37 Edward III.
    Melton. The manor (extent given), held in dower by an assignment made in Chancery, of the endowment of the aforesaid William. The manor is held of the king in chief by knight's service, but for how much is not known. The extent includes 30a. salt meadow in Gousill often flooded by the water of Humbre. The pleas &c. of court are worth nothing beyond the expenses and salary of the steward.
    Freston. The manor (extent given), with the manor of Boston, held jointly with William de Roos of Hamelak, her late husband, to them and the heirs male of their bodies, by gift of king Edward II. The extent includes 240a. arable worth only 12d. an acre when cultivated and sown on account of the great costs from the flooding of the dykes, and pleas and perquisites of the court for Boston and of the market and fair (nundenarum) there. The king receives from the manor for sheriff's aid 40s. yearly, Roger Cuppeldyk receives 12d., and Ralph de Nevill of Raby 11d. The manors are held of Roger de Petwardyn by knight's service, but for how much is not known.
    Uffyngton. The manor (extent given), held in dower by an assignment made in Chancery. It is held of the king in chief by knight's service. The extent includes a wood called Freshreb', a common oven, a fishery in the river Weland, and 50l. rents in Uffyngton, Talyngton, Casewyk and Depyng.
    Date of death and heir, aged 25 years and more, as last above.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III.
    BUCKINGHAM. Inq. taken at Buk', Monday after All Saints, 37 Edward III.
    Couele. A vacant plot and 80a. land, held of the king in chief, service not known.
    She died on Monday before Michaelmas. Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, her son, aged 25 years and more, is her heir.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III.
    WILTS. Inq. taken at Heghtrebury, 3 November, 37 Edward III.
    She held as her pourparty of inheritance after the death of Giles de Badlesmere, her brother, one of whose heirs she was, the following knights' fees:-
    Eleston. One knight's fee, held by Margery Giffard.
    Mulford. A twentieth part of a knight's fee, held by Thomas de Bokton.
    Lusteshull. Two parts of a knight's fee, held by John de Lusteshull.
    Pulton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Thomas de Pulton.
    Quedhampton. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by Robert Russel.
    All these fees are held of the earl of Stafford, as of the honor of Gloucester.
    Est Heghtrebury. Long before her death she divested herself of this manor (which she held for life in joint feoffment with Thomas de Arundell, late her husband, by gift of Robert Flemyng, Rees ap Rees and William Wade by a fine levied in the king's court in the quindene of St. Martin, 25 Edward III), to Thomas de Hungerford and Eleanor his wife for the life of the said Margery at a yearly rent of 16l. Thomas and Eleanor received a further estate in the same manor for their lives from Thomas de Roos, son and heir of Margery, to whom the reversion in fee belonged and belongs as brother and heir of William de Roos deceased, by virtue of the aforesaid fine, at the same rent. The manor is held of the earl of Stafford, as of the honor of Gloucester, by service of a fourth part of a knight's fee.
    She died on 18 October last. Thomas de Roos her son, aged 27 years and more, is her heir.
    Writ, 22 October, 37 Edward III.
    LEICESTER. Inq. (indented) taken at Botelesford, Thursday the feast of the Commemoration of Souls, 37 Edward III.
    Botelesford. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, held in dower by gift of William her late husband, father of Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, who is his heir, by an assignment made in Chancery.
    She likewise held in dower, by assignment and gift as above:-
    Herdeby. The advowson of the church.
    Normanton. One knight's fee, held by Robert de Colvyle and William de Beuver.
    Barkeby, Croxton, Hongerton, Quenby and Howes. One knight's fee and a half, an eighth and a sixteenth part of a knight's fee, held by Thomas de Lyncoln.
    Stathern. One knight's fee, held by Thomas de Raynes, knight.
    Hardeby and Stathern. One knight's fee, held by John le Warre.
    Barkeston and Plongarth. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by John son of William de Bernak; and a moiety of a knight's fee, held by Hugh Charnels and Juliana his wife.
    Botelesford and Barkeston. A fortieth part of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Reynold de Waturvyle.
    Barkeston and Plongarth. One knight's fee, held by Richard de Bellehous and John de Bellehous together.
    Botelesford, Redemyld, Barkeston, Plongarth and Muston. A moiety of a knight's fee, held by William de Hotoft.
    Botelesford. A fourth and a thirtieth part of a knight's fee, held by Sarah de Wynnebissh.
    Botelesford and Barkeston. A fourth part of a knight's fee, held by the heirs of Huntyndon.
    Botelesford. An eighth part of a knight's fee, held by Robert de Saxendale; a forty-third part of a knight's fee, held by William de Tatholm; a sixtieth part of a knight's fee, held by Richard son of Warin; a forty-third part of a knight's fee, held by Richard de Wetton; and a forty-third part of a knight's fee, held Fulk de Hotoft.
    Moston. A thirty-fourth part of a knight's fee, held by Andrew Waryner.
    Botelesford. A thirtieth part of a knight's fee, held by Roger Wade.
    https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol11/pp400-414
    - Proof of age for Thomas de Roos, brother and heir of William de Roos, of Hamelak - A. E. Stamp, E. Salisbury, E. G. Atkinson and J. J. O'Reilly, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 141', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 10, Edward III (London, 1921), pp. 356-383. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol10/pp356-383 [accessed 24 January 2020].
    453. THOMAS DE ROOS, BROTHER AND HEIR OF WILLIAM DE ROOS, of Hamelak.
    Writ de etate probanda, 12 May, 32 Edward III [1358].
    NORTHAMPTON. Proof of age made at Bolewyk, Thursday the feast of Corpus Christi, 32 Edward III [1358].
    John Hunte of Stoke Daubeney, aged 36 years, says that the said Thomas was born in the manor of Stoke Daubeney and baptized in the parish church of that town and was 21 years of age on the feast of St. Hilary last [13 January 1337], and he knows this because the day and year of the birth are written in a book in the church.
    Thomas Hayward of Stoke Daubeney, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he knows because one Henry Beler of Stoke Daubeney is younger than the said Thomas de Roos and was in the wardship of the lady Margery, mother of the said Thomas, and proved his age at her court of Stoke Daubeney on the feast of Hilary last and was admitted to all his lands.
    Walter son of Payn, aged 40 years, agrees and says that the day and year of the birth are written in the priory of Belvoir (de Belvero), which writing he has many times seen.
    John Muriel of Stoke Daubeney, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he knows for the same reason as Thomas Hayward.
    Thomas Wayte, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he knows by the date of the charter of certain tenements which he acquired at the time the said Thomas was born.
    Robert Award, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that his father died on the day the said Thomas was born.
    William Fraunceys, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he was in the service of (stetit cum) William de Roos, the father, and has the day and year of the birth of all his sons and daughters.
    William Assewelle, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he was present at an inquisition after the death of William de Roos, brother of the said Thomas, taken in the county of Nottingham, where it was found that the said Thomas was 15 years of age on the feast of St. Hillary, 26 Edward III.
    William de Colevile, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he knows for the same reason as John Hunte.
    Robert Brounknave of Stoke Daubeney, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he knows for the same reason as Thomas Hayward.
    Robert U(?)rraymet, aged 40 years and more, agrees and says that he knows for the same reason as John Hunte.
    Symon de Overton, aged 36 years, agrees and says that he knows for the same reason as Thomas Hayward.
    C. Edw. III. File 141. (7.)
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    - Inquisitions Post Mortem (IPMs) for Beatrice widow of Thomas de Roos of Helmsley, knight - J. L. Kirby, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Henry V, Entries 351-406', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 20, Henry V (London, 1995), pp. 109-123. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol20/pp109-123 [accessed 24 January 2020].
    371 BEATRICE WIDOW OF THOMAS DE ROOS OF HELMSLEY, KNIGHT
    Writ 12 July 1415.
    YORK. Inquisition. York Guildhall. 14 Sept.
    She held £100 yearly from the fee farm of the city of York, payable by equal parts at Easter and Michaelmas by the bailiffs, by the grant of Hugh earl of Stafford and others, to Thomas and Beatrice and the heirs of their bodies, made with royal licence [CPR 1381-5, p.236]; service unknown.
    She died on 14 April last. John son of William late Lord de Roos is her heir, aged 18 years and more.
    372
    YORK. Inquisition. 28 Oct. 1415.
    She held a rent of £100 payable by the sheriffs of the city as above.
    Date of death and heir as above.
    373
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    LEICESTER. Inquisition. Market Bosworth. 5 July.
    She held half the manors of Barkestone and Plungar of the king in chief by knight service as parcel of the honor of Belvoir, by the grant of William Sherwynde, knight, Robert de Tynton, clerk, William Rempston and William Benyngholme, clerk, to Thomas and herself and their heirs, annual value 100s.
    She died on 13 April last. John son of William, son of Thomas and Beatrice, is her heir, aged 17 years and more.
    374
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    LONDON. Inquisition. 24 Oct.
    She held 3 shops with gardens in St. Katherine Coleman parish in Aldgate ward in her demesne in fee tail in free burgage as all London is held, annual value 66s.8d.
    Date of death and heir as above [no. 371].
    375
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    NOTTINGHAM. Inquisition. Warsop. 29 June.
    She held of the king in chief by knight service:
    Orston, the manor with its appurtenances in Scarrington, Car Colston, Screveton and Kneeton, annual value £22 15s.4d.
    Warsop and Eakring, the manors and advowsons, annual value £13 3s.10d.
    Date of death and heir as above [no. 373].
    376
    Writ, melius sciri, as the above inquisition did not give her estate in the premises. 12 Nov. 1415.
    NOTTINGHAM. Inquisition. Southwell. 2 March 1416.
    Beatrice had no estate in the manor of Warsop because she and Richard de Burleye, knight, her husband, granted it to Richard Lescrop, Simon de Burley, knight, John Deveros, knight, and John de Waltham, formerly archdeacon of Richmond, with other lands, tenements and advowsons, and they regranted them to John de Roos of Helmsley by royal licence [CPR 1385-9, p.127]. John held it and it descended to William his brother.
    She had no estate in Eakring because Thomas de Roos long before his death granted the manor and advowson to Robert Morton, esquire, and Joan his wife for the term of their lives. They descended to William de Roos, knight, brother of John, and he on 1 Nov. 1398 granted them by his charter to Richard Shropshire, domesticus, who still lives, and Thomas Gower, Richard de Barton and John de Corby, clerk, deceased, as being all his holdings on that day in the vills of Warsop, Eakring and Sutton upon Trent with the advowsons of Warsop and Eakring, to hold for the term of their lives.
    She held the manor of Orston with its appurtenances in Scarrington, Car Colston, Screveton and Kneeton in her demesne as of fee.
    377
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    KENT. Inquisition. Chilham. 10 Oct.
    She held for life with reversion to John son of William her son:
    Chilham, the castle and manor with the advowson at the 3rd vacancy, of the king in chief by the service of 2 knight's fees and a rent of 52s. yearly or 20s. every 20 weeks to the castle of Dover for its safeguard, annual value beyond that £41.
    Hothfield and Wilderton, the manors with the advowson of Hothfield and that of Old Romney at the 3rd vacancy. Hothfield is held of the archbishop of Canterbury as 1 knight's fee, the service of being chamberlain at his installation, and suit of court at Canterbury every 3 weeks, annual value £14 13s.4d. Wilderton is held of the abbot of St. Augustine, Canterbury, service unknown, annual value 100s.
    Date of death and heir as above [no. 371].
    378
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    SUFFOLK. Inquisition. Henhow. 11 Oct.
    She held the manor called 'Rosismaner' in Bradfield Combust in her demesne as of fee of William Rokewode, junior, by a yearly rent of 3s.5d., annual value beyond that 100s.
    She died on 13 April last. John her heir was aged 18 years on 2 Oct. last.
    379
    NORFOLK. Inquisition. Rougham. 21 Oct. 1415.
    She held in fee tail by the grant of William de Stayn and others to Thomas and herself and the heirs of their bodies:
    Holt and Cley, half the manors with the advowson of Cley, of the king of the duchy of Lancaster by knight service, annual value £13.
    Houghton on the Hill, half the manor, of the earl of Suffolk of the honor of Eye, service unknown, annual value £6 13s.4d.
    Watton, the manor, of the same earl by knight service, annual value £10.
    Hackford, and Whitwell, the manors with the advowson of Hackford, of John Geney, knight, services unknown, annual values £10 and £12.
    Date of death and heir as above [no. 378].
    380
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    BUCKINGHAM. Inquisition. Buckingham. 23 April.
    She held the manor of Preston Bissett and Cowley in her demesne as of fee by the grant of Simon Cadyngton and others to Thomas and herself, the heirs of their bodies and his right heirs. It is held of William la Zouche by knight service, annual value 10 marks.
    She died on 14 April. John is heir as above, aged 18 years and more.
    381
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    ESSEX. Inquisition. Hatfield Broad Oak. 25 May.
    She held the manor of Shalford of the heir of John Mounfychet, service unknown, annual value £10.
    She died on 30 March (Easter eve) last. John her heir is aged 16 years and more.
    382
    HERTFORD. Inquisition. Royston. 26 Dec. 1415.
    She held the manor of Buckland in dower of the king in chief, service unknown, annual value 5 marks.
    She died on 30 March (Sat. in Easter week) last. John her heir was aged 17 on the 1st day of Kalends of Oct. last.
    383
    Writ 12 July 1415.
    LINCOLN CITY. Inquisition. 7 Sept.
    She held a yearly rent of £100 from the fee farm of the city payable by equal parts at Easter and Michaelmas, by the grant of Hugh earl of Stafford and others made with royal licence [CPR 1381-5, p.236] to Thomas and herself and the heirs of their bodies.
    She died on 14 April last. John her heir is aged 18 years and more.
    384
    LINCOLN. Inquisition, Lincoln. 18 June 1415.
    She held jointly with Thomas her late husband for their lives:
    Frieston and 'Godesfeld' in Frieston, the manors, of Robert Pedwardyn, knight, of his manor of Burton Pedwardine by knight service, annual values £40 and 100s.
    Bulwick. 4 messuages and 10 a., of the earl of Richmond, service unknown, annual value 40s.
    Wyberton, 10 a., of John lord Welles, knight, annual value 10s.
    Boston, the manor of 'Roos Hall' of Robert Pedwardyn, service unknown, annual value 10 marks.
    She died on 13 April. John her heir is aged 17 years and more.
    385
    Writ 18 April 1415.
    NORTHAMPTON. Inquisition. [No place given]. 10 Dec.
    She held the manor of Braunston Bury in Braunston in her demesne as of fee of the king in chief by knight service, annual value £10.
    She held the manor and advowson of Stoke Albany in dower with reversion to John son of William son of Thomas, son of William and Margery, by the grant to William and Margery of Robert Flemmyng and Hugh Flemmyng by a fine of Edward III [CP 25/1/177/76, no. 244; licence CPR 1340-43, p.478]. It is held of the king in chief, service unknown, annual value £20.
    John the heir is aged 18 years and more.
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    - Inquisitions Post Mortem (IPMs) for Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, knight - M. C. B. Dawes, M. R. Devine, H. E. Jones and M. J. Post, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Richard II, File 33', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 16, Richard II (London, 1974), pp. 1-20. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol16/pp1-20 [accessed 24 January 2020].
    32. Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, knight
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II [1384]
    SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Bourne, Tuesday the morrow of St. James, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor jointly with Beatrice his wife, who is still living, to them and the heirs of their bodies, by gift of Simon de Thorley and Richard de Howes made with the king's licence by letters patent dated 6 September, 35 Edward III, with remainder to the right heirs of Thomas.
    Bourne. The manor, held of the king in chief by knight's service.
    He died on Tuesday before Corpus Christi last. John de Roos, knight, his son, aged 20 years, is his heir.
    33.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    NOTTINGHAM. Inq. taken at Byngham, Wednesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor of Sutton jointly as above, with remainder as above, by gift of Henry, rector of a mediety of the church of Ekeryng, and Simon de Thorley.
    He held the under-mentioned manor of Screveton jointly as above by gift of John de Denham and Maud his wife, by a fine levied in the king's court.
    He held the under-mentioned manors of Warsopp and Orston jointly as above, by gift of Henry de Codyngton, parson of the church of Botelsford, Robert de Tyngton, parson of the church of Uffyngton, Nicholas de Stayngreve, parson of the church of Thornton in Crauven and Laurence Hauberk of Claxton, made with the king's licence (fn. 1) by a fine levied in the king's court.
    Sutton on Trentham. The manor, held of the earl of Richmond by knight's service.
    Screveton. The manor, now held of the king as parcel of the manor of Orston.
    Warsopp and Orston. The manors, held of the king in chief by knight's service.
    He died on 8 June last. John de Roos, knight, son of the said Thomas and Beatrice, is next heir of Thomas, and was 18 years of age on the feast of St. Laurence last.
    34.
    DERBY. Inq. taken at Chesterfeld, Saturday after St. Benedict, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned premises jointly as above, by gift of William de Chetwynd, knight, Robert de Tynton, parson of the church of Uffyngton, Nicholas de Stayngreve, parson of the church of Herdby, and William de Rempston.
    Schyrbrok. 2 tofts and 2 bovates of land, held of the earl of Kent by service of doing suit to the court of Chesterfeld twice a year.
    Plesley. A park called 'Warsopp Wode', held of the lord de Wylughby by service of 1d. yearly.
    Date of death and heir as last above.
    35.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    ESSEX. Inq. taken at Eppynghethe, Monday before St. Margaret, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor jointly as above, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Thomas, by gift of Richard de Stafford, clerk, and Robert de Tynton, clerk.
    Shingleford. The manor, held of the heir of John Mountfichet by knight's service.
    Date of death and heir as last above.
    Beatrice his wife has been in possession of the manor and received the issues ever since his death.
    36.
    HERTFORD. Inq. taken at Buntyngford, Saturday after the Translation of St. Swithin, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor, jointly as above, with remainder as above, by gift of Simon Thorleygh.
    Bokelonde. The manor, held of the king, as of the hundred of Edwynestre, by service of 16s. 8d. yearly as 'sherrevesshot' and 2s. yearly as a fine for delay (sursisa), payable to the king by the hands of the sheriff, and by doing suit to the sheriff's tourn in the said hundred twice a year, to wit, in the month of Michaelmas and the month of Easter.
    Date of death and heir, and possession since death, as last above.
    37.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    LEICESTER. Inq. taken at Hareborogh, Saturday before St. James, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned premises in Botelford, Normanton, Beverprak and Redmild in his demesne as of fee.
    He held the under-mentioned moiety of the manor of Barston and Plungarth jointly with Beatrice his wife, to them and the heirs of their bodies, by gift of William de Chetewynd, knight, Robert de Tynton, clerk, William Rompston and William Benyngholme, clerk.
    Botelford. The manor (extent given), with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief as parcel of the honor, castle and manor of Bever.
    Normanton. A carucate of land and 40s. rent, held of the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, service not known.
    Beverprak (sic). A park so called, and a croft called 'Leycroft', tenure not stated.
    Redmild. 34s. rent of free tenements, 56s. rent of bond tenants, and a windmill. He held no more in the said town because long before his death he gave the capital messuage therein, with the demesne lands and meadows, to Simon de Thorle and Margery his wife and John their son, with the king's licence. He also gave 10 marks rent from lands in the town to a certain esquire, Richard de Scropschire, for life, also with the king's licence. The said rents, lands, etc. are held of the king in chief as parcel of the honor, castle and manor of Bever.
    Barston and Plungarth. A moiety of the manor, held of the king in chief by knight's service, as parcel of the honor of Beaver.
    Date of death and heir as last above.
    38.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    DORSET. Inq. taken at Wymborne, Thursday after St. James, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned rent jointly with Beatrice his wife, who is still living, for the term of the life of John atte Hale, who holds the manor for life by his demise. Afterwards he granted the said rent, with the reversion of the manor, to Laurence Haweberke and Robert Teynton, clerk, who, after receiving the attornment of all who ought to attorn in such case, granted the said rent and reversion, together with the advowson of the church, to him and Beatrice and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to his right heirs.
    Tarent Vilers. 10l. rent from the manor, held of the earl of March by service of 1d. yearly.
    The said Thomas held no other lands etc. in the escheator's bailiwick.
    Date of death and heir as last above.
    39.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    LONDON. Inq. taken at the Guildhall (Gilda Haula), Monday the feast of St. James, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned moiety jointly with Beatrice his wife, who is still living, by gift of Ralph Hastynges, knight, Nicholas Steyngreve, clerk, and Thomas Wayte to them and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to his right heirs.
    Blaunche Apelton. A moiety of the manor, held of the king in free burgage.
    Date of death and heir as last above.
    Underwritten: Deficit carta.
    40.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    MIDDLESEX. Inq. taken at Westminster, 18 July, 8 Richard II.
    He held no lands etc. in the county to the knowledge of the jurors.
    Date of death and heir not known.
    41.
    KENT. Inq. (indented) taken at Chilham, 12 July, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned fourth part in his demesne as of fee.
    He held the rest of the under-mentioned premises jointly as above, with remainder as above, by gift of Richard de Stafford and Robert de Tynton made with the king's licence.
    Chilham. The castle and manor, held of the king in chief by service of two knight's fees and 52s. of castle-guard.
    Hothfelde. The manor, with the advowson of the church, held of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of one knight's fee, by being the archbishop's chamberlain at the time of his installation, and by doing suit to the archbishop's court at his palace of Canterbury every three weeks.
    Wylryngton. The manor, held of the abbot of St. Augustine, Canterbury, by service of 9d. rent yearly.
    Kyngesdowne. A fourth part of the manor, held of the king in chief by service of a fourth part of a moiety of a knight's fee.
    Date of death and heir as above.
    42.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    BUCKINGHAM. Inq. taken at Bukyngham, Monday before St. Margaret, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor jointly as above, with remainder as above, by gift of Simon de Thoreley.
    Preston. The manor, held of Sir William la Zouche by knight's service.
    Date of death and heir as above.
    43.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    NORTHAMPTON. Inq. taken at Norhampton, 16 July, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor of Stoke Dawbeney in his demesne as of fee.
    He held the under-mentioned manor of Braundestonbury in joint feoffment with Beatrice his wife, William la Zouche of Haryngworth, Richard Ravenser, archdeacon of Lincoln, William Benyngholm, clerk, and William de Rempston, who are still living, by gift of John de Notyngham and William de Danby, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Thomas.
    Stoke Dawbeney. The manor, with the advowson of the church, held of the king in chief by knight's service, as parcel of the honor of the castle of Belvoir.
    Braundestonbury. The manor so called, held of the earl of Derby by service of 1d. yearly.
    Date of death and heir as above.
    44.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    SALOP. Inq. taken at Adderleye, Tuesday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor in joint feoffment with Beatrice his wife, to them and the heirs begotten between them, by gift of Richard Stafford, clerk, and Robert Tynton, clerk, made with the king's licence.
    Adderleye. The manor, held of the king in chief by knight's service.
    Date of death and heir as above.
    45.
    Writ, 9 June, 7 Richard II
    SUFFOLK. Inq. (indented) taken at Hallesworth, Saturday before St. Margaret, 8 Richard II.
    He held the under-mentioned manor of Wysete jointly as above, with remainder to his right heirs, by gift of Ralph de Hastyngges, knight, Robert de Tynton, rector of the church of Uffington, and Nicholas de Stayngreve, rector of the church of Herdby.
    He held the under-mentioned manor of Brendebradefeld jointly in form aforesaid by gift of William de Steyne, Laurence Hauberk and Robert de Tynton, clerk.
    Wysete. The manor, held of the king in chief by service of an eighth part of a knight's fee.
    Brendebradefeld. The manor, held of the abbot of St. Edmund by knight's service.
    Date of death and heir as above.
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    death: 8 June 1384; Uffington, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
    - Inquisitions Post Mortem (IPMs) for Margaret, late the wife of John de Orby, knight - M. C. B. Dawes, A. C. Wood and D. H. Gifford, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Richard II, File 21', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 15, Richard II (London, 1970), pp. 227-239. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol15/pp227-239 [accessed 25 January 2020].
    Margaret, late the wife of John de Orby, knight
    Writ of Mandamus, 1 April, 5 Richard II [1382]
    572.
    Similar writ with regard to Joan, daughter and heir of John de Oreby, knight. 1 April, 5 Richard II.
    LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Wraggeby (undated).
    The said Margaret held the under-mentioned manors etc. in joint feoffment with John, her husband, to wit, to him and her and the heirs of his body.
    Candelesby. The manor and the advowson of the church.
    Boston. The manor.
    Tateshale and Stykeswold. 52 a. wood.
    All held of the king in chief by homage and fealty only.
    Dalby. The manor, held of the duke of Lancaster by fealty and suit to his court of Belcheford every three weeks.
    Toft in the parish of Witham. The manor, held of the earl of Arundel, service not known.
    She died on the eve of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 43 Edward III [28 Aug 1369]. Mary de Percy, aged 14 years and more, whom John son of Thomas de Roos of Hamelak has taken to wife, is next heir of the said John Orbi and Margaret, to wit, daughter of Joan, their daughter.
    Alice de Perers and the earl of Northumberland have occupied the premises ever since the death of Margaret, by what title the jurors know not.
    Joan daughter and heir of John de Orby, knight, held no lands etc. in the escheator's bailiwick.
    573.
    Writ of Mandamus touching the lands etc. held by the said Margaret in dower or otherwise for life of the inheritance of Mary daughter of Joan daughter of the said John. 1 April, 5 Richard II.
    YORK. Inq. taken at Northallerton, Wednesday after St. Botolph the Abbot, 5 Richard II.
    She held the under-mentioned manor and third part in joint feoffment with the said John, her husband, to wit, to them and the heirs of their bodies.
    Hundmanby. A third part of the manor, held of the king in chief, as of the crown, by knight's service.
    West Witton. The manor, held of the earl of Richmond by knight's service.
    Date of death as above. Mary, daughter of Joan daughter and heir of the said John and Margaret, aged 14 years and more, is their next heir. She is married to John de Roos, son of Thomas de Roos of Hamelak.
    After the death of Margaret the late king committed the custody of the premises until the lawful age of the heir to Alan de Boxhull, knight, who demised his estate in the manor to Alice Perers, now the wife of William de Wyndesovere, knight. Alice received the issues from the time of the king's grant until 4 December, 1 Richard II, when the king seized the manors into his hand, for what cause the jurors know not, and committed the custody of the premises to the earl of Northumberland, who has been in possession and received the issues ever since.
    574.
    Similar writ: 1 April, 5 Richard II
    YORK. Inq. taken at Northallerton, 2 August, 6 Richard II.
    The findings are identical with those of the above inquisition.
    575.
    Similar writ: 1 April, 5 Richard II
    CAMBRIDGE. Inq. taken at Iselham, Tuesday the feast of St. Botolph the Abbot, 5 Richard II.
    She held the under-mentioned manor for life in joint feoffment with the said John, her husband, by gift and feoffment of Robert Wyclyff, William Swynthweyt, knight, and Richard, parson of the church of Candelesby, to them and the heirs of the said John.
    Iselham. A manor, held of the earl of Arundel by service of sending to Haryngesmare a gammon of bacon on a lance for the earl's use when he is at the said place on his way to the war.
    Date of death as above. Heir and occupation of the manor since death, as last above.
    C. Ric. II. File 21 (6)
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    - Inquisitions Post Mortem (IPMs) for William Roos or de Roos of Hamelak - A. E. Stamp, E. Salisbury, E. G. Atkinson and J. J. O'Reilly, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 117', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 10, Edward III (London, 1921), pp. 32-40. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol10/pp32-40 [accessed 24 January 2020].
    45. WILLIAM ROOS or DE ROOS of Hamelak.
    Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
    LINCOLN. Inq. Tuesday after St. Hilary, 26 Edward III.
    Beuver. The castle and manor, with Wollesthorp, member of the said manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by knight's service. Three carucates of land are only worth 60s. on account of the pestilence and for want of tenants; there are rents of tenants with the ward of the castle amounting to 26l. 18s. yearly, making a total value of 29l. 18s., charged with 10 marks yearly of fixed farm to the sheriff for the king.
    Gousill. The manor held of Sir Edward the Prince by knight's service. Robert de Hadesay and Alice his wife receive therefrom for their lives 10l. yearly.
    Wragby. The manor held jointly with Margaret his wife because it was given by William de Roos, father of the deceased, to them and the heirs of their bodies. It is held of the king in chief.
    Boston. Four messuages held of the earl of Richemond in socage; four messuages held of Roger de Petewardyn by knight's service; 10a. land held of the earl of Richmond in socage, worth only 12d. an acre on account of the maintenance of the sea dykes and marsh; 7a. land held of the lord of Well by fealty only and are worth only 12d. an acre for the same reason. All held jointly as above.
    Lincoln. [Edward III?] granted to the deceased and his heirs 100l. yearly rent from the bailiffs of the city of Lincoln, of which rent he died seised.
    The day of his death the jury know not at present, because he died in parts beyond the seas. Thomas de Roos, his brother, aged 14 years and more, is his heir.
    Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
    NOTTINGHAM. Inq. taken at Nottingham, Wednesday after St. Hilary, 26 Edward III.
    Orston. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees jointly with Margaret his wife, of the gift of William de Roos, his father, to them and the heirs of their bodies. The extent includes two carucates of land, each containing four bovates, each bovate containing 16a. and being worth 2s.
    Warsop. The manor (extent given) held of the king in chief by knight's service jointly with the said Margaret as above. The extent includes three carucates of land containing 21 bovates, which are worth nothing yearly because they are uncultivated and vacant; a close called 'le Brendhawe,' and a park not enclosed.
    Sutton upon Trent. The manor (extent given) held of Philippa queen of England as of the honour of Richemond by service of a moiety of a knight's fee. The said manor pays yearly to Thomas de Roos 11s.; to the lord of Fledburgh 4s.; to the lord of Gresthorp 1lb. cummin and to the lord of Meryng 1lb. pepper.
    Of the day of his death the jury know not, because he died without the realm of England. Heir as above, aged 15 years.
    Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
    LEICESTER. Inq. taken at Rademylde, 20 January, 26 Edward III.
    He held certain lands, tenements and rents in the valley of Belver of the king in chief as parcel of the barony of the castle of Belver, viz.:-
    Rademyld. A capital messuage, a dovecot, 5 bovates of arable, 8a. meadow, a park and a spinney called 'le Warenne' of Beauver, the soil and pasture of which belong to the towns of Statherne, Plungarth and Barston and are worth nothing yearly because, if the thorns were cut, they could not grow again on account of the animals of the said townships feeding there. The pleas and perquisites of court are worth nothing because the court and view by custom there are always held at the town of Beauver, co. Lincoln. There is a certain custom called 'palfreyselver,' levied yearly on the towns of Botlesford, Normanton, Herdeby, Claxton, Muston, Howes, Barkeby, Queneby, and other hamlets in the county. It amounts to 4l. yearly and is payable to Roger Beler, tenant of the hundred of Framelond, for the use of the king, forming part of (infra) the said Roger's farm for the said hundred.
    He died in parts beyond the seas before the feast of St. Michael, but on what day the jury know not. Heir as above, aged 15 years at Christmas last.
    Writ, 3 December, 26 Edward III.
    YORK. Inq. taken at York, Thursday before the Epiphany, 26 Edward III.
    Helmeslay. The castle and manor (extent given), together with the manors of Harum, Housom and Lynton and tenements in Carleton, Bodlom and Pokelay (as below) pertaining to the said castle and manor, together with the reversion of the manor of Garton and of certain rents in Brakene, Middelton, Northdalton, Naburn and Tibethorp, now held in dower by Margery, late the wife of William de Roos, father of the deceased, of the inheritance of the said William de Roos. The premises are held of the king in chief as of the crown by service of a barony and by doing suit at the county of York every six weeks, doing suit at the trithings of Crakhowe and Yarlestre once a year at the next trithing after St. Michael and doing suit at the wapentakes of Ridale, Bulmere, Dikeryng and Buccros once a year at the next wapentake after the trithing after St. Michael, and by rendering to the king 11s. yearly for wapentake fines by the hands of the sheriff.
    Helmeslay. The extent includes the castle, worth nothing within the walls, lands at 'le Haghe,' two water-mills in the hands of the lord, worth only 10l. yearly because most of the tenants there are dead through the great mortality of men lately arising in those parts; a common oven in the hands of the lord, worth only 40s. yearly for the same reason; parks with deer called 'le Neupark' and 'le Oldpark,' rent of the free burgesses who hold in fee from of old the borough of Helmesley, with the toll of market, fair and court of the said borough and render yearly for the same 11l. Decrease in value of land &c. through the said mortality.
    Carleton. 71s. 6d. rent of tenants and 13s. rent commencing on Whitsunday, 27 Edward III, a ruined messuage and 16a. land formerly in the hands of tenants, and 24a. of the demesne meadows of the manor of Harum let to the tenants of Carleton in aid of their bovates at a rent of 12s. yearly.
    Bodlom. 2s. rent of free men and a pair of spurs at Christmas or 6d., 26s. 8d. rent of tenants at will and a toft formerly in the hands of a free tenant, now unoccupied.
    Pokelay. A common oven wont to pay 3s., now nothing.
    Harum. The extent mentions 24a. meadow, which with the other demesne meadows are let to tenants of Carleton and Pokelay, and a common oven in the hands of the tenants at will, paying 6s. 8d. only. Decrease as above and also in Pokelay.
    Housom. The extent includes a park with deer, rent of 4d. yearly from free tenants for 'ploghsilver,' two water-mills in one house which the tenants at will hold and pay 4l. yearly, and a common oven in the lord's hands worth 6s. yearly.
    Lynton. The extent includes 120a. land of assart of the forest of Galtres and a pasture called 'Thakker' within the said assart, which the said William de Roos held of the king in chief by fealty and by rendering 20s. yearly at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff; a fishery in Lyntonbek (?); a ruined messuage and a bovate of land in Al[dwark] in the lord's hand through failure of blood (defectu sanguinis); rents of wheat by the London bushel &c.; and rents of foreign free tenants pertaining to the castle and manor of Helmesley for tenements in Bildesdale, Fryton and Oswaldkirk. Decrease as above.
    Turnomhalle. The manor (extent given) held of the bishop of Durham by fealty and by service of rendering 8l. 16s. yearly. The extent includes four carucates of land, often inundated by the Ouse; 35a. meadow in places called 'Swynale' and 'les Hagges'; a several pasture called 'le Ker'; herbage in 'les Dayles' when they are not under water; the pasture 'del Brend'; and a fishery in the river Ouse.
    York. 100l. rent yearly in the city to be received by the hands of the bailiffs of the gift of the king's progenitors in exchange for the castle of Werk, co. Northumberland. The tenements from which the said rent issues are held of the king in burgage by service of husgable yearly.
    He held no other lands &c. in the county; but divers free tenants held of the said William divers lands &c. by homage and fealty and by scutage, but of the quantity of their services the jurors are at present altogether ignorant.
    Of the day of his death they know not, because he died without the realm, as they understand. Heir as above, aged 16 years and more.
    There should be in the castle of Helmesley a constable for the keeping of the same, receiving 3d. a day and a robe yearly, price 20s.; and a parker for the said parks, receiving 1 1/2d. a day and a robe yearly, price 10s.; and a maker of the paling (factor palicii) of the said parks for the mending thereof yearly, receiving every 12 weeks a quarter of corn and of fine wheat, price now 5s., and for his stipend 3s. yearly. The walls of the said castle, the houses and buildings now existing within the same cannot be maintained and repaired for less than 100s. yearly if they are to be kept in sufficient state until the lawful age of the said William's heir; similarly, the houses and buildings in the manor of Housom for less than 40s. yearly and in the manor of Turnomhalle for less than 60s. yearly. In the manor of Housom there should be a parker for the keeping of the deer there, receiving 1 1/2d. a day and a robe yearly, price 10s.
    The aforesaid Margery, late the wife of William de Roos (the father), holds in dower of the inheritance of the deceased the manor of Garton and the above rents in Brakene &c. and the manors of Seton, Storthwayt and Fulford and certain lands and rents in Wartre, Mechelburn, Herlethorp and Folkerthorp, which, after her death, ought to remain to the heir of the deceased. William de Stoppeham holds for his life certain tenements in Oswaldkirk, the reversion of which belongs to the same heir.
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    - Inquisitions Post Mortem (IPMs) for Elizabeth, late the wife of Hugh le Despenser, le Spenser or le Spensers, formerly wife of Giles de Badelesmere. - A. E. Stamp, E. Salisbury, E. G. Atkinson and J. J. O'Reilly, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 145', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 10, Edward III (London, 1921), pp. 414-420. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol10/pp414-420 [accessed 19 January 2020].
    523. ELIZABETH, LATE THE WIFE OF HUGH LE DESPENSER, LE SPENSER or LE SPENSERS, FORMERLY WIFE OF GILES DE BADELESMERE.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III [1359].
    SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Craule, 13 June, 33 Edward III.
    Rotherfeld. The manor with a parcel called 'Erugge' annexed thereto and a hundred held there twice a year, held for life of the inheritance of Edward le Despenser, son of Edward le Despenser, brother of the aforesaid Hugh, by gift of Edmund de Grymesby and William de Osberston by fine levied in the king's court, of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees.
    She died on 1 June last. Edward le Despenser, son of Edward le Despenser, brother of the aforesaid Hugh, aged 22 years and more, is kinsman and heir of the said Hugh and the premises belong to him after the death of the said Elizabeth.
    She held no other lands in the county of the inheritance of the aforesaid Edward, as they understand.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    BERKS. Inq. made at Farndon, 1 July, 33 Edward III.
    Stanford. The manor (extent given) held for life by the said Elizabeth, having been given to her, Hugh her late husband and his heirs by Edmund de Grymmesby and William Dosberston by fine levied in the king's court at Westminster in the quinzaine of St. John the Baptist, 18 Edward III, of the duke of Lancaster by service of one knight's fee.
    She held no other lands in the county.
    She died on 30 May last. Edward le Despenser, son of Edward le Despenser, brother of the aforesaid Hugh, aged 22 years and more, is kinsman and heir of the same Hugh.
    SOUTHAMPTON. Inq. made at Andevere, 15 June, 33 Edward III.
    Asshelegh. The manor (extent given), including rents in Little Sombourne, and works of customers with 'chirchette,' held for life as above by gift of the same Edmund and William, of the king in chief by grand serjeanty, viz. keeping the forest of Little Bere by Winchester.
    Upsombourn. Two carucates, containing 300a. land, similarly held.
    She held no other lands in the county.
    Date of death and heir as in the last inquisition.
    WILTS. Inq. made at Malmesbury, 18 June, 33 Edward III.
    Sherston. The manor (extent given), including 2 watermills which cannot grind in summer, and 180a. wood, held for life as above, by gift of the same, of the king in chief by knight's service.
    Date of death and heir as in the last inquisition.
    OXFORD. Inq. made at Boreford, 2 July, 33 Edward III.
    Shipton and Boreford. The manors (extents given), including at Boreford a market, and a fair on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, held for life as above by gift of the same, of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees.
    She held no other lands in the county.
    Date of death and heir as in the last inquisition.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    WORCESTER. Inq. taken at Hanleigh, 13 June, 33 Edward III.
    Hanleigh. The manor (extent given), including a castle, a close between Blakemor and Hanleigh, a new park with deer, a wood of 50a. called 'Clifhey,' the park of Blakemor, a chace called 'Malverne,' and 8qr. oats yearly paid by the townships of Colewell and Mathun for common in the same chace; held for life in dower by assignment of the king of the inheritance of Edward le Despenser, son of Edward le Despenser, kinsman and heir of Hugh her late husband.
    Marteleye. The manor (extent given), including 12 1/2a. meadow worth 18s. 9d., when they can be mown by flooding of the water called 'Temede,' and 35l. yearly rents of tenants by ancient demesne, held of the king in chief by knight's service, by gift of William de Osbirston and Edmund de Grymesby, to her and Hugh her late husband and his heirs.
    She died on 30 May last. The aforesaid Edward le Despenser, aged 23 years and more, is heir to these lands and tenements. The heir of her blood is not known.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    GLOUCESTER. Inq. taken at Teukesbury, 12 June, 33 Edward III.
    Teukesbury. The manor (extent given), including a chief messuage with garden, vineyards, and stews, messuages held by the chaplain of Asshchurch and Walter le Bruggewright, 16s. from la More, a fishery in the Severn (Sabrina) with a boat and in the Avon (Abona), burgesses holding 114 3/4 burgages, who pay customs called 'sustale' and 'stallage,' customers who owe a custom called 'benerth' and carry the lord's salt from Wych to Teukesbury; held in dower of the king in chief by knight's service of the inheritance of Edward le Despenser, as in the last inquisition.
    MARCH OF WALES [now GLAMORGAN]. Lamblethian. The castle and manor (extent given), including the barton of the castle, two watermills, a windmill and a fulling mill, held in dower of the king in chief by knight's service as above.
    Talvan. The castle situate in a park, manor and country (extent given), similarly held.
    Kenefeg. The castle and manor (extent given), including 144 burgages in the borough of Kenefeg, similarly held.
    Tripharlth (?). The country (extent given), similarly held.
    Ruthyn. The country (extent given), similarly held.
    Neeth. The castle, town and manor with the hamlets of Kilthibebilth and Britton (extent given), including prisage of ale and market tolls in the town, and 5 corn mills and fisheries in Glyneth water &c., and a ferry at Britton, similarly held.
    Radur. The manor, similarly held.
    Date of death and heir as in the last inquisition.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    LONDON. Inq. taken before John Lovekyn, mayor, 5 July, 33 Edward III.
    St. Katherine Coleman parish. A tenement with shops and garden held in dower by endowment of Giles de Badlesmere, her former husband, of the king in free burgage, as is the whole city, and paying a yearly quit rent of 47s. 4d. to the prior of Holy Trinity, London.
    She held no other lands in fee in the city.
    She died on 31 May in the 33rd year. The reversion of the aforesaid tenement was assigned to Elizabeth, late the wife of the earl of Northampton, sister and one of the heirs of the aforesaid Giles, in her pourparty. She is dead and her son and heir is Roger de Mortuo Mari, now earl of March, aged 30 years and more.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    OXFORD. Inq. taken at Fynmer, Saturday, 21 June, 33 Edward III.
    Fynmer. Two parts of the manor (extent given), including two parts of a court and garden, a park and a watermill, held for life in dower of the king (service not specified).
    She died on 30 May in the 33rd year. Heir, Roger de Mortuo Mari as above, of full age.
    Writ, 2 June, 33 Edward III.
    SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Craule, 13 June, 33 Edward III.
    Drayton. The manor held in dower after the death of Giles de Badlesmere, of John de Somery and Nicholaa his wife by service of a fourth part of a knight's fee, of the inheritance of Roger de Mortuo Mari, son and heir of Elizabeth, countess of Northampton, as above, to whom the reversion belongs after the countess's death.
    She held no other lands in the county of the said inheritance.
    She died on 1 June last.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    KENT. Inq. taken at Derteford, 8 June, 33 Edward III.
    Erehith. The manor held in dower as above after the death of Giles de Batillesmere, of the king in chief as of his castle of Dover by service of two knights' fees.
    She died on the last day of May last. Heir, Roger de Mortuo Mari, as above. The heir of her blood is not known.
    KENT. Inq. taken at Canterbury, 17 June, 33 Edward III.
    Rydelyngwelde and Cherleton. The manors held in dower as above of the king in chief, Rydelyngwelde by service of finding an armed man for guarding the sea (super wardam maris) there, and Cherleton as parcel of the barony of Chylham, service not known, of the inheritance of Maud de Ver, countess of Oxford, sister and one of the heirs of the aforesaid Giles, married to John de Ver, earl of Oxford, to whom the reversions belong as part of her pourparty.
    She died 1 June last year. The heir of her blood is not known.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Craule, 13 June, 33 Edward III.
    Laghton. The manor, and the hundred of Scheplake, except 200a. wood in Waldern, parcel of the manor of Laghton, held in dower after the death of Giles de Badlesmere, as above, of the king in chief as of the honour of Laigle by service of doing suit at the court of Rype every three weeks.
    The manor and hundred belong to Maud [de Vere], as above, who is 30 years of age and more.
    She held no other lands in the county of the inheritance of the said Maud.
    The 200a. above excepted are of the inheritance of Thomas de Roos, son and heir of Margery de Roos, sister and one of the heirs of Giles de Badillesmere.
    The said Elizabeth died on 1 June last year. The heir of her blood is not known.
    SUSSEX. Inq. taken at Crauley, 13 June, 33 Edward III.
    Bourn and Heghyngton. The manors (extents given) held in dower as above, of the king in chief, Bourn by service of one knight's fee and Heghyngton by service not known; and after the death of the said Elizabeth the manors belong to Thomas de Roos, son and heir of Margery de Roos, sister and one of the heirs of Giles de Badelesmere, by fine levied in the king's court between William de Roos of Hamelak, knight, deceased, brother of the aforesaid Thomas, querent, and Thomas de Arundel and Margery his wife, mother of the same Thomas, deforciants. [She held 200a. wood in Waldern, parcel of the manor of Laghton, of the inheritance of Thomas de Roos aforesaid.]
    She held no other lands &c. in the county.
    The said Elizabeth died on 30 May last. Her heir is not known.
    Writ, 1 June, 33 Edward III.
    BUCKINGHAM. Inq. taken at Preston, Monday the feast of St. John the Baptist, 33 Edward III.
    Preston. Two parts of the manor held of the king in chief by service of paying 4s. yearly for ward of the castle of Rouchester.
    She died at Asshelee [Ashley] on 20 May, 33 Edward III [1359]. Thomas de Roos, knight, aged 23 years, is her heir.
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    - Inquisitions Post Mortem (IPMs) for Margaret late the wife of Henry de Percy, knight - A. E. Stamp, J. B. W. Chapman, M. C. B. Dawes and D. B. Wardle, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward III, File 229', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 13, Edward III (London, 1954), pp. 163-178. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol13/pp163-178 [accessed 24 January 2020].
    199. MARGARET LATE THE WIFE OF HENRY DE PERCY, knight.
    Writ after the death of the said Margaret, who held certain lands &c. of the king in chief in dower or otherwise for life of the inheritance of William de Roos of Hamelak, knight, formerly her husband. 20 May, 46 Edward III [1372].
    LINCOLN. Inq. taken at Wragby, 26 May, 46 Edward III.
    Wragby. The manor, held of the king in chief by knight's service. Richard de Sixendall, parson of the church of Gedenay, gave it to William de Roos of Hamelak for life, with remainder to William his son and the said Margaret, then his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, and with remainder over to the right heirs of William the father. William the father died, and William the son died without issue by Margaret, who was married after the death of her husband by Henry de Percy. Thomas de Roos, son and heir of William the father, long before the death of Margaret granted the reversion of the manor by a fine levied in the king's court to Henry de Codington, parson of the church of Botelsford, Robert de Tynton, parson of the church of Uffyngton, Nicholas de Stayngreve, parson of the church of Thornton in Craven, and Laurence Hawberk of Claxton, to whom the said Henry de Percy and Margaret attorned; and the said grantees thereupon granted the same to the said Thomas de Roos and Beatrice his wife and the heirs of their bodies, (to whom Henry and Margaret also attorned), with remainder to the right heirs of Thomas.
    Boston. 20l. rent, held of the king in chief by knight's service. She held it in form aforesaid by grant of the said Richard to her and the said William son of William.
    She died on Thursday before Whitsun, 46 Edward III [1372]. The said Thomas de Roos, aged 30 years and more, is next heir of William de Roos because William son of William de Roos, his brother, died without issue by the said Margaret.
    Similar writ, 20 May, 46 Edward III.
    LINCOLN. Inq. (indented) dated as above and taken by the oath of the same jurors.
    She held no lands in dower after the death of William de Roos of Hamelak, knight, her husband; but she held the following for life of the inheritance of the said William:-
    Wragby. The manor, held of the king in chief by knight's service.
    Boston. 5 cottages in poor condition, held of the earl of Richmond in socage; and 6 cottages, held of Walter Petwardyn, knight, by knight's service.
    She died on Wednesday before Whitsun last. Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, knight, aged 30 years and more, is brother and heir of the said William de Roos.
    Similar writ, 20 May, 46 Edward III.
    YORK. Inq. taken at Selby, 2 June, 46 Edward III.
    Lynton upon Ouse. The manor (extent given), held in dower of the right and inheritance of William de Roos of Hamelak knight, sometime her husband. It is held of the king in chief as parcel of the castle and manor of Helmeslay. The extent includes rents of 1 lb. pepper, price 12d., 6 barbed arrows, price 1d. each, a pair of gloves, price 1d., and an ounce of ginger, price 12d., payable by free tenants.
    York. 90l. rent receivable by the hands of the bailiffs of the city, held in form aforesaid.
    Rosse in Holdernesse. 9l. rent, held in form aforesaid by way of dower, in lieu of a third part of the manor of Akeryng, co. Nottingham.
    Turnumhall. The manor, with a moiety of the manor of Cliff (extent given), held in form aforesaid of the bishop of Durham. The extent includes 2 1/2 carucates of land held of the bishop by knight's service, 1 1/2 carucates held of the bishop by fealty and service of rendering 8l. 16s. yearly, a pasture called 'le Kere,' a fishery, and a rent of a pair of spurs or 4d.
    She died on 11 May last. Heir of William de Roos as above.
    Similar writ, 20 May, 46 Edward III.
    YORK. Inq. dated as above and taken by the oath of the same jurors.
    Lynton upon Ouse. The manor (extent given, including rents as above), held by way of dower by gift of William de Roos of Hamelak, knight, sometime her husband. It is held of the king in chief by knight's service.
    York. 90l. rent receivable as above, held by way of dower by gift of the said William, out of a yearly farm of 100l. receivable by William and his heirs for the castle of Werk.
    Rosse in Holdernesse. 9l. rent, held in form aforesaid.
    Turnumhalle. The manor, with a moiety of the manor of Cliff (extent given, including lands &c. held as above), held in form aforesaid by gift of the said William by way of dower. Long before her death Thomas de Roos, brother and heir of the said William, granted the reversion of the manor of Turnumhall, by a fine levied in the king's court, to Henry de Codyngton, parson of the church of Botlesford, and others, who settled it on him and Beatrice his wife and the heirs of their bodies (as the manor of Wragby above).
    She died on Thursday before Whitsun, 46 Edward III. The said Thomas de Roos, aged 30 years and more, is brother and next heir of William de Roos, because William died without heir of his body.
    Similar writ, 20 May, 46 Edward III.
    NOTTINGHAM. Inq. taken at Byngham, 3 June, 46 Edward III.
    Orston. The manor (extent given), held by gift and feoffment of William Roos, father of William Roos, to the said William and Margaret and the heirs of their bodies. She held it of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees, for life. The extent includes 2 carucates of land, each containing 4 bovates, each of which contains 16a., and a common fine on the day of St. Thomas the Apostle worth 4l. 18s. yearly.
    Warsop. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by knight's service by gift and feoffment of William Roos, father of William Roos of Hamelak. The extent includes 3 carucates of land containing 21 bovates, a close called 'Brendhaugh,' and an unenclosed park.
    She died on Thursday after Ascension day, 46 Edward III. Thomas Roos, aged 30 years and more, is brother and next heir of William Roos, her husband.
    NOTTINGHAM. Inq. dated as above and taken by the oath of the same jurors.
    Orston. The manor (extent given, as above), held of the king in chief by service of two knights' fees.
    Warsop. The manor (extent given, as above), held of the king in chief by knight's service.
    Both manors were settled in all respects as the manor of Wragby (first Lincoln inquisition).
    Date of death and heir as above (first Lincoln inquisition).
    Similar writ, 20 May, 46 Edward III.
    DERBY. Inq. (indented) taken at Notyngham, 4 June, 46 Edward III.
    Schirbrook. 2 messuages and 2 bovates of land, held of the king, as of the honor of Tikill, by service of 4d. yearly.
    Pleslay. A park called 'Warsopwode,' held of Sir John de Wylughby by service of 1d. yearly.
    Both the above she held by gift and feoffment of William de Roos, father of William de Roos, to her and the said William and the heirs of their bodies.
    Date of death and heir as above (first Lincoln inquisition).
    DERBY. Inq. taken at Derby, 5 June, 46 Edward III. (The jurors are the same as in the last inquisition).
    Schirbrook and Pleslay. Premises as above, held as above and by gift as above.
    Date of death and heir as above (first Nottingham inquisition).
    Writ of certiorari to the treasurer and chamberlains touching the tenor of a fine levied in 44 Edward III concerning the manors of Orston and Warsop, co. Nottingham, Wragby, co. Lincoln, and Turnamhalle, co. Lincoln. 1 July, 46 Edward III.
    Transcript of a fine made at Westminster in the quinzaine of Martinmas, 43 Edward III, and afterwards granted and recorded there in the quinzaine of Hilary, 44 Edward III, whereby Henry de Codyngton and others (as in the above inquisitions) granted the reversion of the said manors after the death of Margaret to Thomas de Roos of Hamelak and Beatrice his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of Thomas.
    Writ of certiorari to the treasurer and chamberlains touching the tenor of a fine levied in 43 Edward III concerning the same manors. 10 July, 46 Edward III.
    Transcript of a fine made at Westminster on the morrow of St. John the Baptist, 43 Edward III, and afterwards granted and recorded there in the quinzaine of Hilary, 44 Edward III, whereby Thomas de Roos of Hamelak, knight, granted the reversion of the said manors after the death of Margaret to Henry de Codyngton and others (as in the above inquisitions) and the heirs of the said Henry.
    C. Edw. III. File 229. (5.)
    E. Enrolments &c. of Inq. No. 161. (1 and 2.) (Nottingham and Derby.)
    https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol13/pp163-178

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