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Details of SC 8/203/10133
Reference: SC 8/203/10133
Petitioners: ? No Petitioner named
Nature of request: Inquisition taken by jury at Wantage before Pentlow and Hungerford finding that Beche was not a rebel, and that his lands in Berkshire were taken because he is the son of Philip de la Beche, a rebel, and wore his robes.
Nature of endorsement: [None].
Places mentioned: Wantage, [Berkshire]; Berkshire.
People mentioned: Henry de Pentelowe (Pentlow); Robert de Hungerford; Robert de la Beche; John de Brompton, sheriff of Berkshire; Philip de la Beche, father of Robert de la Beche.
Note: The inquisition which appears to be original is dated in its dating clause to 4 November 1322.
Date: 1322
Related material:

For a related writ, see SC 8/204/10161

For a related writ, see SC 8/204/10160

For a related inquisition, see SC 8/204/10159

For a related writ, see SC 8/204/10158

For a petition by the widow of the grantor on the same matter, see SC 8/204/10157

For a writ of Pentlow and Hungerford to the sheriff commanding him to have the jury at a certain at a certain day, see SC 8/203/10132

For a writ to the sheriff from the king to empanel a jury, see SC 8/203/10131

For the writ assigning Pentlow and Hungerford to hold this inquisition, see SC 8/203/10130

For the petition to which this inquisition was formerly attached, see SC 8/203/10129

For a related petition, see SC 8/32/1583

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: Latin
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
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