139 [Writ not required.]
NORFOLK. Inquisition virtute officii. Walsingham. 5 November 1432. [Gray].
Jurors: Edward Wylbey; John Molotis; Geoffrey Snoryng; Thomas Palmer; Robert Ekelyston; Nicholas Butle; Robert Blog; Thomas Newell; John Newman; Richard atte Ker; John Barr; Thomas Arnald; and Hugh atte Halle.
He held the manor of Kelling in his demesne as of fee of the king of his honour of Chester, service unknown, annual value 20s.
He died on 6 October 1421. William Devyle and Isabel his wife took the issues and profits since his death until the day of this inquisition, for which they are answerable to the king.
[Dorse:] memorandum: a duplicate inquisition was sent to Chancery by virtue of a writ under the great seal directed to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, enrolled among the writs directed to the barons from Easter 1435, roll 6.
E 149/149/5 m.3
140 [Writ not required.]
WARWICKSHIRE. Inquisition virtute officii [indented]. Warwick. 10 November 1432. [Rody].
Jurors: John Middelton of Warwick; Thomas Baker of Sherbourne; John Sampson; Hugh Brawileys; Geoffrey Perkyns; Richard Wytheley; Robert Hulle; John Belle of Exhall; John Swyft of Temple Grafton; Richard Broke; John Werkmanby; and John Day.
He held the manor of Nuthurst in his demesne as of fee of John, duke of Norfolk, in chief by knight service, annual value £4.
He held the following, service unknown.
Billesley, the manor, of Ralph Nevill, annual value 10 marks.
Morton Bagot, the manor, of the earl of Stafford, annual value 20 marks.
Milverton, lands and tenements, of Reynold, Lord Grey of Ruthin, annual value 100s.
He died on 1 October 1428. John his son is his next heir, aged 10 years and more and still not married.
E 149/152/21 m.1
WILLIAM BEAULIEU, ESQUIRE
141 Writ [not extant] 6 February 1434.
[CFR 1430–37, p. 166.]
CUMBERLAND. Inquisition [place missing]. 21 August 1434 [escheator's surname missing].
[The ms is incomplete, the left margin and text being missing.]
Jurors: …pe; John Ribton; Hugh Foster; Nicholas Hyrton; John Moncastr; Thomas Temmanne; Thomas Appilby; Robert Birwy; …lle; Thomas Aglanby; and Robert Patonson.