Inquisition taken at Abingdon before Ayliston and Hungerford, the jury finding that William Beaumont let to Robert atte Beche land in Kingston Bagpuize for 12 years and that the land was taken into the king's hand by the late sheriff because Beche wore the robes of his father, a contrariant. They also find that Beaumont died at the feast of St Gregory 16 Edw. II, and that he held the land in Kingston Bagpuize from Burmyngeham.
Robert de Aylistone (Ayliston); Robert de Hungerford; William Beaumond (Beaumont); Alice [Beaumond, (Beaumont)], wife of William Beaumont; William de Wydewere; John Richard; Thomas Bryht (Bright); John Crostacre; John le Muleward (Millward); John de Lyford; Richard de Shupene; Robert Bollok (Bullock); John Coles; John Goneys; William atte Forde; John de Werminstre (Warminster); Nicholas Peytevyn, father of Alice Beaumont; John de Brumptone (Brompton), late sheriff of Berkshire; Robert atte Beche; Philip atte Beche, father of Robert atte Beche; William de Burmyngeham (Birmingham).
The inquisition itself is dated in its dating clause to 2 August 1324 (17 Edw. II).
For the writ ordering the sheriff to empanel the jury for this inquisition, see SC 8/204/10161