Petitioners: Thomas de Ingaldesthorp (Ingoldisthorpe). Name(s): de Ingaldesthorp...

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Details of SC 8/323/E588
Reference: SC 8/323/E588
Petitioners: Thomas de Ingaldesthorp (Ingoldisthorpe).
Name(s): de Ingaldesthorp (Ingoldisthorpe), Thomas
Note: According to his inquisition post mortem, the petitioner died on 28 November 1327, and was probably the 22-year-old heir of John de Ingoldisthorpe, who died in 1283. The handwriting would suggest a date in the reign of Edward II, as would references to the 'king who now is' made in relation to his service in war.
Date: [c. 1307-1327]
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: French
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Publication note:

Calendar of Fine Rolls, vol. IV, Edw III, 1327-1337, (Public Record Office, 1913), p.89 (order to the escheator to deliver the lands of the petitioner' son to him, he having done homage)

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, vol. II, 1-19 Edw I, (Public Record Office, 1906), no.471 (inquisition post mortem of petitioner's father)

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, vol. VII, 1-9 Edw III, (Public Record Office, 1909), no.132 (inquisition post mortem of the petitioner) & no.707 (inquisition post mortem of the petitioner's son)

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