Catalogue description (13 Hen [VI]); at Westminster   King's instruction to sheriff of Cornwall, to repossess...

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Reference: AR/3/627
Description:

(13 Hen [VI]); at Westminster

 

King's instruction to sheriff of Cornwall, to repossess tenement

 

John Bounteth and Alice who was wife of Roger Prydeaux = (1)-(2)

 

Remfrey Arundell, esquire = (3)

 

King to sheriff of Cornwall: (1)-(2) have complained to him that (3) unjustly disseised them of a free tenement in Lanevet, Bodmyn, Kelelan, Lamorrek and Trewynt, after first crossing (transfr') of King Henry III to Gascony; the sheriff is to re-seise it of the chattels which were taken in it, and to make it and the chattels be in peace until a certain day which William Godered and Richard Neuton will make known; and meanwhile have 12 free men view the tenement, who are to appear before William and Richard; and Remfrey is also to appear.

 

Lanevet [= Lanivet, parish]

 

Kelelan [= Clann, in Lanivet]

 

Lamorrek [= Lamorrick, in Lanivet]

 

Trewynt [which?]

Date: 1435, 18th May
Held by: Archives and Cornish Studies Service (formerly Cornwall Record Office), not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Administrative / biographical background:

Roger Prideaux was still alive (married to Alice) in 1427 (Feet of Fines 975). In the year following this case, 10th Mar 1436, Tybota Hendre alias Sibyl Hendre quitclaimed to Remfrey Arundell all lands, etc., in Lanevet, Lamorek, Kyllylan, Lanetherek, Trebelle and 'Treuynteuyn' [read Treuyntenyn = Trentinney, in St Kew?], and the advowson of Lanevet church; witnesses included Thomas Arundell and John Arundell Trerys, knights (Calendar of Close Rolls, Hen VI, vol. III, p. 71).

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