Catalogue description Petitioners: Isabel Pychard (Picard), widow of Roger Pychard, lord of Ystrad Yw. ...

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Details of SC 8/182/9076
Reference: SC 8/182/9076
Description:
Petitioners: Isabel Pychard (Picard), widow of Roger Pychard, lord of Ystrad Yw.
Name(s): Pychard (Picard), Isabel
Addressees: King.
Nature of request: Isabel, widow of Roger Pychard, requests the appointment of Pederton and Roshale as justices before whom she can pursue her rights to dower in Ystrad Yw in the lordship of Talgarth against Ralph and Amice Bluet.
Nature of endorsement: The king granted this petition at the instance of the countess of Cornwall, provided that it be done according to the customs of those parts and without prejudice.
Places mentioned: Stutdewy (Ystrad Yw, Tretower), [Brecknockshire, Wales]; Talgarth lordship, [Brecknockshire, Wales].
People mentioned: Roger Pychard (Picard), lord of Ystrad Yw, late husband of the petitioner; Ralph Bluet; Amice [Bluet], wife of Ralph Bluet; Walter de Pederton, justice; Thomas de Roshale, justice; Countess of Cornwall.
Note: The chancery warrant with which this petition was formerly enclosed is dated 26 June 1308.
Date: [1308]
Related material:

For the chancery warrant with which this petition was formerly enclosed see no.226 of C 81/60

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: French
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Access conditions: Open on Transfer
Publication note:

Calendar of Ancient Petitions Relating to Wales, Board of Celtic Studies, History and Law, (University of Wales, 1975), p.304 (edition of petition, wrongly referenced)

Calendar of Chancery Warrants, 1244-1326, (Public Record Office, 1927), p.274 (calendar of associated warrant)

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