IPM - Thomas de KEYNES, junior 1361

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

Transcribed by Fay Sampson Priestley

KEYNIS, Thomas de, junior.               35 Edw.III. [1361]

Chancery Inq. p.m. Edw.III. File 159 (107)


m.1.& 2. Somerset.

m.3.     Writ to the escheator of Devon, dated at Westminster 8 Nov. 35 Edw.III. [1361].

m.4.     Devon.
     Inquisition taken at Wynkelegh Monday before St. Andrew 35 Edw.III. [Monday 29 Nov.1361], before Thomas Cheyne, escheator, by the oath of William Bobisshe, John Colecote, jun. William Michel, Henry Wyther, John Penston, Roger Aysshelegh, John Mair, William Mair, John Colecote, sen., John Smethe, Robert Bryggeman & John Elys who say that Thomas de Kayniz had at Wynkelegh Kayniz one capital messuage worth nought beyond reprises, one carucate of land, worth by the year, clear, 10s., 9 acres of meadow 4s 6d., 1 water-mill, 2s. 100 acres of large wood 10s. rents of assize £3. 0s. 1½d. The tithing-man of Wynkelegh Tracey was wont to present the assize of bread & bear at the Royal Court from time immemorial, & has withdrawn himself for 8 years past; yearly damage 3s. 4d. The said messuage is held of Edward le Despenser, Knt., by ½ a knight's fee.

Also a messuage & carucate in Thorri in the hundred of Hertelond, worth yearly 10s., held of John de Dynham, Knt., in free socage, by rent of 6d. & 1 lb. of pepper.

Also a carucate at Weringiston, worth yearly 10s. & 10 acres of meadow 5s.

Thomas de Kaynz died Thursday before SS. Simon & Jude last past [Thursday 21 Oct.1361].

John, son & heir, aged 9.

m.5-7.     Southampton.