IPM - Christofer WHITYNG 1501
From the Moger collection of IPMs held at the Devon Heritage Centre
Transcribed by Fay Sampson Priestley
WHITYNG, Christofer 17 Henry VII. 
Chancery Inq. p.m. Ser.II. Vol,15 (77)
m.1. Writ dated at Westminster 10 July 16 Henry VII. 
m.2. Devon. Delivered into court 16 Nov. by John Kyrton.
Inquisition taken at Southmolton 28 Oct. 17 Hen. VII.  before Hugh Culme escheator after the death of Christofer Whityng; by the oath of John Soper, John Hayne, Robert Grene, John Shapland, William Hache, William Cloteworthy, John Hunt, John Horton, Richard Derson, Richard Willislegh, Roger Thorne, Robert Hunt and Richard Ledhed; who say that Christofer Whityng was seised of 3 messuages, 100 acres of land, 20 of meadow, 20 of wood, & 7s.4d. rent in Woneford [&c.]1 ; - 4 messuages, 340 acres of land [&c.] in More & Ringiswille [&c.] worth by the year clear 16s.; the manor of Prodomysle, held of the dean & chapter of Exeter; lands in Payhembury; - 2 messuages, 120 acres of land, & 10 of meadow in Milton held of the heir of Henry Ralegh Knt., by fealty worth &c., 16s.;
Robert Whityng father of said Christofer was seised of lands in Luttokishele, Honyton, Sudberye (worth &c., 7s.) & Cokynghays.
By charter dated 30 [sic] Sept. 5 Henry VII. [&c.]
Christofer Whityng was also seised of the manor of Woode & Cattishays [&c.]
John Haystok held of said Christofer 1 tenement 100 acres of land, 20 of meadow, 40 of wood and furze in Furslegh by 3s. rent; Robert Hoper 100 acres of land, 10 of meadow, 20 of wood & furze there by 8s.9d. rent; Robert Mathewe 200 acres of land, 20 of meadow, 50 of wood & furze there, by 16s.3d. rent; Christofer held the same of the bishop of Exeter; worth &c., 16s.
Christofer Whityng died 10 July last past 2
John, brother and heir aged 27.
1For details here omitted see Ch. I.P.M. Ser.II. Vol. 14. (23) Robert Whityng.
2Sic; same date as writ.