Lynde requests remedy since he thinks that he should not be charged for the exchange of land made between Neville and the king. Lynde holds land in Lincolnshire in Laceby, Swallow and Little Coates, which his father purchased in the time of Henry III from Neville, which land King John gave to Neville's ancestors free and quit for the manor of Bere, of which exchange the king is now seised. Lynde is distrained for the relief of Neville.
Nature of endorsement:
He should certify the council of what Hugh de Neville held. He should certify the council of the form of the feoffment of Neville, and of whom holds it, and this should be certified in Chancery.
Lesseby (Laceby), [Lincolnshire]; Swalue (Swallow), [Lincolnshire]; Petite Cotes (Little Coates), [Lincolnshire]; Bere Regis, Dorset.
John de la Lynde, father of the petitioner; Hugh de Nevile (Neville).
Dated on guard to?1273. Writ for IPM of Walter's father issued 10 December 1272, and IPMs held early in 1273. Includes lands in Laceby (CIPM, vol. II, no.1).