IPM - Thomas de KAYGNES 1308

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

Transcribed by Fay Sampson Priestley

Chancery Inq.p.m. Edw.II. File 2 (3)

        [Formerly No.30]


m.1. Writ dated at Westminster 2 May 1 Edw.II. [1308]

m.2. Devon.

Inquisition taken at Monekelegh Wednesday after St. Barnabas 1 Edw.II. [Wednesday 12 June 1308] by the oath of John Herward, Juel de Herpath, John le Deneys, Henry le Deneys, Richard de la Weye, Philip de la Boure, William Coule, John de Wike, William de Depeforde, Philip de Strokesworth, William de Asmandesworth & Ralph de la Lane: who say that Thomas Kaynes held the tenement of Thorry of the heir of Joyce de Dyneham. a minor & the King's ward, by rent of 1 lb. of pepper, price 12d., & suit of court at Hertone. There is there a capital messuage worth yearly 12d., a dovecot 6d., there are 3 acres of meadow, 12d., 8 of pasture 16d., 40 of arable 10s. Also a messuage & carucate in Wynkelegh, held of the Earl of Gloucester by 1/8 of a knight's fee, worth yearly 2s., 100 acres of arable & pasture 25s. rent of assize £2; pleas & perquisites 2s.

     John Kaynes, son & heir, aged 15.