IPM - John de CAYNES 1328


From the Moger collection of IPMs held at the Devon Heritage Centre

Transcribed by Fay Sampson Priestley

CAYNES, John de.          2 Edward III. [1328]

Chancery Inq.p.m. Edw.III. File 11 (10). Formerly No.39.


m.1. Writ [defective] dated at York 16 Feb. 2 Edw.III [1327/8]

m.2. Southampton.

m.3. Devon [Defective].

INQUISITION taken at Wynkeleighe 20 May 2 Edw.III [1328] before the escheator by the oath of William de Radeford, Henry de ......, William de Byttebeare, Thomas de Toni, William de Colecot, John Maiour, John ....ker, Thomas de Ayssele, Roger Red, Henry Bobich, Walter Corbyn & William Godyng: who say that John de Kaynnes held one carucate of land in Wynkelegh, of the honor of Gloucester, in the King’s hand by the forfeiture of Hugh le Desp[enser], by ½ a knight’s fee. There are there one capital messuage & garden worth yearly 12d. 120 acres of untilled land (“terre frisce”) 10s., [60 acres of arable ?] 10s. 100 of high wood 6s. 8d., 12 of [meadow ?] 6s., a mill 6s. 8d., rents of 6 free tenants 39s. 1d. rents of 5 free tenants 20s. 6d. 1 lb. of wax price 6d. & 1 lb. of cummin price 2d., pleas & perquisites 20s., chevage of boys (“capitagium garcionum”) 12d.
               Total £5.11s.7d. whereof there is paid yearly to the church of St. Michael of Wemmeworthi, for the lamp of St. Mary there, 5 lb. of wax.

One carucate of land in Werynggeston, held by one sixth of a fee of the manor of [Bra]neys, in the hand of Hugh de Audele of his wife’s assignment of dower, of lands belonging to the earldom of Cornwall. There are there a capital messuage & garden worth yearly 2s. a [dovecot ]? 2s. 70 acres of arable 17s.1 17 of meadow 17s. pasture 2s.
               Total £2.

One carucate in Thorrey by Hertilonde, held of John de Dynhamp by 1 lb. of pepper price 12d. There are there one capital messuage worth yearly 12d. 1 dovecot [12d.]; 126 acres of arable [21s.], 3 of [meadow ?] 3s,; one [mill ?] 10s.
               Total 36s.

Thomas de Kaynnes, son [& heir, aged 6 months at the feast of St Barnabas last past]3: [11 June 1327]

1 Sic: price p acre 3d.
3 supplied from Close Roll 2 Edw.III. m.8.