DANYELLs in Inquisitions

THOMAS

INQUISITIONS:1 - 1401 12/4 John Danyell - in inquisition of Thomas de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick - long before he died he gave the manor of Ashorne, not held in chief, to John Danyell for life to hold by the rent of a rose at Midsummer, with reversion to himself and his heirs [this John Danyell [chamberlain of earl of warwick] appears in earlier inquisitions in connection with the earl of Warwick involving manor of Patyngham Staffordshire, a debt in Cambridgeshire, manor of Asshern] - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-4/XVIII/167/509 - see PRO C/137/27/58 & E/149/75/2 & E/152/369/4.


INQUISITIONS:2 - 1403c Roger Danysell - .... return that William Bentley and Roger Danysell, esquires, have undertaken to levy all the freight in the towns of Plymouth, Kingswear, Saltash, Fowey and East Loos in the names of men of Spain, according to commission .... - see Calendar of Inquisition Miscellaneous Henry-4/VII/141/270 - see PRO C/Inquisition-Miscellaneous-Files/282/11.


INQUISITIONS:3 - 1409 22/5 Walter Danyell - in inquisition of Thomas de Monte for proof of age - Walter Danyell, 52 and more, was then (1388) employed as carpenter by Earl John to build a new house at Shenley, and Richard Hettum, then steward of the household, paid him 13s 4d - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-4/XIX/235/655 - see PRO C/137/75/54/mm22-3.


INQUISITIONS:4 - 1412c John Danyell - inquisition taken virtute officii before Robert Pasmar, escheator in county Leicester - John Danyell of Sheepy Parva, outlawed at Leicester for felony on Thursday after St Luke 2 Henry 4, then held in his demesne as of fee a messuage, a curtilage and croft, 1.5 virgates of land and 4 acres of meadow with grazing land and pasture in Sheepy Parva, worth 13s 4d net yearly. Thomas de Glen of Spondon has had the profits ever since, but by what title the jurors in no wisew know .... - at Market Bosworth Wednesday after St Peter's Chains - see Calendar of Inquisition Miscellaneous Henry-4/VII/240/442 - see PRO C/Inquisition-Miscellaneous-Files/290/14.


INQUISITIONS:5 - 1413 John Danyell - Joh'es Danmyell de Shepey Parva - Utlagatus est apud Leic' et quod tenuit die cum utlagatus fuit unum messuag' et quasdam t~ras in Parva Shepey predic~t' que valent' per ann' 13s 4d - in Leicester - see Calendarium Inquisitionum ad quod Damnum Henry-4/365b/9.


INQUISITIONS:6 - 1414 23/1 Robert Pedwardyne - in inquisition of John Hothame, knight - writs to the escheator 23 January and to the chancellor of the county palatine of Lancaster 28 January - he held of the king in chief: the advowson of Warton, extending at 20 marks jointly with Robert Pedwardyne, knight, John presenting at the next vacancy and Robert at the following ... - at Lancaster 21 March - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/18/67 - see PRO C/138/3/35 & E/149/100/5.


INQUISITIONS:7 - 1414 12/6 John Danrell - in inquisition of Margaret widow of John Peyton, knight - Thomas Priour, John Danrell of Isleham, Robert Neuport, Nicholas Morys, John Burgoyne, John Stanford, clerk, and Thomas atte Ponde, clerk, held the manor and advowson of Easthorpe, and the hundred of Lexden in their demesne as of fee of Henry 4, the manor as 3 knight's fees, the hundred at a fee farm of 4 marks - by their charter made by royal licence [CPR 1405-8 344] and shown to the jurors with the letters patent, they granted them to Margaret, widow of John Peyton to hold of the king for life with successive remainders to John son of John de Peyton, esquire, Grace his wife, Thomas the brother of John the son, Robert their brother and Margaret their sister, and the heirs of the body of each in turn, with reversion to Nicholas Morys, John Burgoyne and John Stanford and their heirs - the annual values are, manor and advowson 20 marks, hundred 26s 8d - at Colchester 23 June - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/66/208 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C138/8/35 in List and Index Society 268 - see PRO C/138/8/35 & E/149/102/5.


INQUISITIONS:8 - 1415 18/6 Robert Pedwardyne - in inquisition of Beatrice widow of Thomas de Roos of Helmsley, knight - she died on 13 April with John her heir aged 17 years or more - she held jointly with Thomas her late husband for their lives: Frieston and 'Godesfeld' in Frieston, the manors, of Robert Pedwardyn, knight, of his manor of Burton Pedwardine by knights service, annual values 40 and 100s .... Boston, the manor of 'Roos Hall' of Robert Pedwardyn, service unknown, annual value 10 marks - at Lincoln 18 June - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/116-384 - Leicestershire, London, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Kent, Suffolk, Norfolk, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire, Sussex, Yorkshire - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C138/14/44 in List and Index Society 268 - see PRO C/138/14/44 & E/149/104/1.


INQUISITIONS:9 - 1416 21/3 Roger Danyell - in inquisition of Alice widow of Thomas earl of Kent - she died on 17 March - she held in dower for life: Wickhambreux, the manor, annual value 65 18s 3.25d and the advowson when it occurs 20 - Roger Danyell and his predecessors there have held pasture for 8 oxen and 200 sheep in 'Grovemersssh' for the whole year from time immemorial, and at times for pannage of 20 pigs and 1 boar - at Dartford Kent 9 May - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/190/611 - see PRO C/138/22/51 & E/149/106/2 & E/152/464.


INQUISITIONS:10 - 1416 26/10 John Daniel - in inquisition of John de Peyton, esquire - he died on 16 Oct last with John his son and heir aged 3.75 years - Thomas Priour, John Daniel of Isleham, Robert Neuport, Nicholas Morys, John Burgoyne, John Stanford, clerk, and Thomas atte Ponde, clerk, held the manor and advowson of Easthorpe, and the hundred of Lexden in their demesne as of fee of the king in chief, the manor and advowson by the service of 3 knight's fees, the hundred in fee farm of 4 marks - they granted them by royal licence [CPR 1405-8 344] to Margaret, widow of John de Peyton, knight, for her life with successive remainders to John son of John Peyton, esquire, Grace his wife, and the heirs of his body, Robert and Thomas his brothers, Margaret his sister, and the heirs of their bodies in turn, and Nicholas Morys, John Burgoyne and John Stanford and their heirs - Margaret held them, and after her death John and Grace - Grace survives - the annual values are, the manor 20 marks, the hundred 5 marks - at Witham Essex 2 November - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/177/569 - see PRO C/138/20/42.


INQUISITIONS:11 - 1416 26/10 John Danyel - in inquisition of John de Peyton, esquire - he died on 16 October last with John his son and heir aged 3.75 years - [first half torn away] afterwards by a fine of 1408 [CP25/1/30/94 number 49] Margaret widow of John de Peyton knight quitclaimed the manor of Wicken to Thomas Priour, now deceased, John Danyel of Isleham, Robert Neuport, Nicholas Morys, John Burgoyne, John Stanford, clerk, and Thomas atte Pond, clerk, and the heirs of Thomas atte Pond - they still hold - the manor is held of the earl of Westmoreland and the honor of Richmond, service unknown, annual value 10 - at ? Cambridge ? - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/177/570 - see PRO C/138/20/42.


INQUISITIONS:12 - 1416 3/11 John Knyghtley - in inquisition for proof of age of Thomas son of Anne sister and one of the heirs of Thomas Cherlton - Geoffrey Colet, 60, was in the church on that day and received a windmill at Cowley at farm from John Knyghtley for a 12 year term - at Gnosall Stafford 20 December - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XXI/225/671 - see PRO C/138/54/119.


INQUISITIONS:13 - 1417 12/8 Richard Danyell - in inquisition of Roger Swillyngton, knight - he died on 6 August last with John his son and heir aged 25 years or more - he held in demesne as of fee: Preston, all lands, rents and services, formerly of Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, Richard Norton, John Hevenyngham, Richard Danyell, clerk, parson of Swillington and Thomas de Thornour, in Swillington, Great and Little Preston, Garforth and Allerton Bywater, which by their charter dated 16 February 1417 they granted to roger for life with reversion to Henry Fitzhugh and others .... at York castle 5 October - Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, Kent, Nottinghamshire, Derby, Leicestershire, Norfolk, Suffolk - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/245/791 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C138/28/46 in List and Index Society 268 - see PRO C/138/28/46 & E/149/110/13.


INQUISITIONS:14 - 1417 13/9 Richard Danyell - in inquisition of Roger Swillyngton, knight - he died on 6 August last with John his son and heir aged 25 years or more - .... he also held for life the manors of Yoxford, Stikingland, Middleton, Brandeston and Murrils by the grant of Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, Richard Norton, Thomas Dereham and Richard Danyell, parson of Swillington by their charter shown to the jurors .... at Blythburgh Suffolk 13 September - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/247/797 - see PRO C/138/28/46 & E/149/110/13.


INQUISITIONS:15 - 1418 22/2 Nicholas Danyell - in inquisition of John Walden. esquire - he died on 23 November last with his heirs Roger Greneford son of Joan his sister aged 23 years and more, and Nicholas Danyell son of Alice his other sister aged 40 and more - long before his death he held the manors of Dedham and Wicken Bonhunt in his demesne as of fee in accordance with the fine below [Henry-5/XX/248-800], Dedham of the king in chief by knight's service, annual value 20; Wicken Bonhunt of Thomas Gernoun, service unknown, annual value 100s - at Braintree Essex 15 March - Middlesex, Essex and Cambridgeshire - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/248/801 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C138/28/48 in List and Index Society 268 - see PRO C/138/28/48 & E/149/110/18.


INQUISITIONS:16 - 1418 22/2 Nicholas Danyell - in inquisition of John Walden. esquire - he died on 23 November last with his heirs Roger Greneford son of Joan his sister aged 23 years and more, and Nicholas Danyell son of Alice his other sister aged 40 and more - long before his death he held the manors of Grantchester and Barton in accordance with the fine below [Henry-5/XX/248-800], Grantchester is held of the honor of Mortimer, but who holds the honor and service are unknown, annual value 20; Barton is held of the honor of Leicester of the king of the duchy of lancaster as a 4th part of a knight's fee, annual value 100s - at Cambridge 15 March - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/248/802 - see PRO C/138/28/48 & E/149/110/18.


INQUISITIONS:17 - 1418 5/3 Nicholas Danyell - in inquisition of John Walden. esquire - he died on 23 November last with his heirs Roger Greneford son of Joan his sister aged 23 years and more, and Nicholas Danyell son of Alice his other sister aged 40 and more - long before his death he held the manors of Pembrokes and Bruce Castle in his demesne as of fee - by a fine of 1416 [CP 25/1/291/63 number 45] he recognised them with other manors to be the right of Robert Neweton, clerk, and Robert granted them back in court to him and Idonea his wife to hold for their lives with reversion to William Harleton, abbot of Waltham, John Shadworth, Robert Newport, Thomas Charleton, William de Wakefeld, John fray, John Gedeney, Robert Warner, John Waryn of Walden, William Bryght, clerk, Richard Scott, clerk, Henry Dalby, clerk, John Teynton, clerk, John Newport, clerk, and the heirs of John Teynton - Bruce Castle manor is held of the king in chief by knight's service, annual value 10; Pembrokes also of the king in chief of the honour of Huntingdon, service unknown, annual value 20 - at Shoreditch Middlesex 5 March - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XX/248/800 - see PRO C/138/28/48 & E/149/110/18.


INQUISITIONS:18 - 1418 12/6 Robert Pedwardyn - in inquisition of John de Haryngton, knight - he died on 11 February last with William Haryngton, knight, his brother and next heir, aged 24 years and more - commission to Robert Urswick, knight, sheriff, Robert Laurence, knight, John Laurence, Walter Culwen and John Urswick, ordering further enquiry into Haryngton's lands at Lancaster 12/6 - writ, plenius certiorari, to the chancellor of the county palatine 13 June - Lancaster inquisition before all the commission 23 June - he held in his demesne as of fee Thurnham, the manor, of Robert Pedwardyn, knight, in socage by a rent of 6s 8d, annual value 10 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XXI/17/71 - see PRO C/138/32/25.


INQUISITIONS:19 - 1419 4/9 John Knyghtley - in inquisition of Joan widow of Robert Corbet, knight - she died on 14 October 1418 with William Peyto her son and heir, aged 26 years and more - she held 0.25 of the manor of Wilbrighton for life by the grant of Elizabeth Knyghtley with reversion to George, a minor, son and heir of John Knyghtley, son of Elizabeth; it is held of the heir of Edmund, late earl of Stafford, by knight's service, and in the ward of Queen Joan by grant of Henry 4 - she also held the manor of Shussions for life by the grant of John Knyghtley, father of John Knyghtley, with reversion to George as above; it is held of the heir of Edmund, late earl of Stafford, by 1/3 knight's fee, and of the priory of Much Wenlock by 10s rent, annual value 10 - at Penkridge Stafford 22 September - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XXI/68/234 - see PRO C/138/38/41 & E/149/118/1/m5.


INQUISITIONS:20 - 1420 16/10 Richard de Knyghtley - in inquisition for John Stafford, esquire - he died 23 August last with John Stafford his son and heir aged 4 and more - .... a messuage, 20 acres of arable, 6 acres of meadow and 3 acres of wood in Cowley, held of Richard de Knyghtley of the manor of Wilbrighton for 8s yearly, annual value 24s - at Stafford 6 September - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XXI/128/434 - see PRO C/138/45/36.


INQUISITIONS:21 - 1421 5/2 Walter Pedewardyn - in inquisition of Lewis Cornewaill, esquire - he died in France on 30 November last with Edmund Cornewaill, his son and heir, aged 10 years and more - .... the manor of Laughton and lands in Northorpe and Scotton are held of Walter Pedewardyn, knight, by knight's service - at Lincoln 11 April - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XXI/156/530 - see PRO C/138/49/76.


INQUISITIONS:22 - 1421 14/5 Robert Pedwardyn - in inquisition of John, Lord Ros - he died on 22 March last with Thomas de Roos his brother and next heir, aged 14.5 years and more - .... he held nothing more because, as John Roos, lord of Helmsley and Belvoir, by his charter dated 28 September 1419, sealed with a seal of arms and shown in evidence to the jurors, he granted to Thomas, bishop of Durham, William, earl of suffolk, John, Lord Clifford, Robert, Lord Willoughby, Thomas Rempston, Robert Roos of Gedney, and William Meryng, knights, William Kynwoldmerssh, John Wodehouse, William Babyngton, and Thomas Lelhome, deceased, the manors of Freiston, 'Goddesfeldhall' in Freiston, and Boston, held of Robert Pedwardyn, knight, of his manor of Burton Pedwardine by knight's service - at Lincoln castle 6 June - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XXI/295/845 - see PRO C/138/60/58 & E/149/124/3.


INQUISITIONS:23 - 1421 5/6 John Knyghtley - in inquisition of Margaret widow of Edward Latymer - she died on 2 June with Margaret Hastynges of Devon her sister and next heir, aged 40 years and more - John Gryffyn is the kinsman and heir of Edward ie son of Richard son of Elizabeth sister of Edward of the whole blood, aged 40 years and more - .... Edward and Margaret were also seized by grant of John Stotusbery, Thomas Wakeleyn, deceased, Henry Slayer and William Leek of a toft and 24 acres of arable and meadow in Upton, held of John Knyghtley, service unknown, and demised them for life to John Ditton, who survives, for 28s yearly which Margaret received at the above terms in equal portions ... - at Rothwell Northampton 4 August - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-5/XXI/291/835 - see PRO C/138/60/57.


INQUISITIONS:24 - 1422 1/3 John Danyell - John Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Edmonton Middlesex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/82/12 - see PRO C/139/1/10/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:25 - 1423 6/1 Thomas Danyell - in inquisition of Elizabeth widow of John de Nevyll, chevalier - she died on 3 January last with Ralph Nevyll her son and next heir, aged 16 years and more - [note at end] Thomas Danyell delivered this to court - at Warsop Nottinghamshire 4 April - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/167/149 - see PRO E/149/128/2/m5.


INQUISITIONS:26 - 1423 20/7 Richard Knyghtley - in inquisition of Giles Hyde - he died on 25 July 1410 with William Hyde his son and heir, aged 40 years and more - [note at end] Humphrey earl of Stafford was aged 21 years and more on 15 August last; Richard Knyghtley and Thomas Stokdale occupied the manors and lands and took the issues after Giles's death until Humphrey's majority, by virtue of the king's letters patent [CFR 1413-22 pages 230-1] - at Penkridge Stafford 16 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/248/243 - see PRO C/139/9/7/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:27 - 1423 8/9 Richard Knyghtley - in inquisition of Nicholas Bradshagh - he died on 14 August 1415 with William Galpyn his kinsman and next heir, aged 14 years and more - [note at end] Humphrey earl of Stafford was aged 21 years and more on 15 August last; Richard Knyghtley and Thomas Stokdale occupied all lands and tenements and took the issues until Humphrey's majority, by virtue of letters patent and still do so [CFR 1413-22 pages 230-1] - at Stafford 14 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/258/264&259/265&259/266 - see PRO C/139/10/20/mm3&5.


INQUISITIONS:28 - 1424 28/1 Robert and Rose Danyell - in inquisition for proof of age of Thomas son and heir of Thomas Enfeld - .... Robert Danyell, 59 years and more, says that on 8 September 1401 at Little Laver, he married Rose his late wife, then servant of Elizabeth mother of Thomas, and the following 18 October Thomas was born - at Chelmsford Essex 22 February - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/327/360 - see PRO C/139/13/51/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:29 - 1424 19/5 William Danyll - in inquisition of William Hankeford, knight - he died on 12 December last with Richard Hankeford his kinsman and next heir aged 27 and more - .... Braundsworthy, a messuage, worth nothing yearly, and a ferling, worth 10s yearly, held of William Danyll, service unknown - at Barnstable Devon 19 May - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/295/321 - see PRO C/139/12/32/mm14&16.


INQUISITIONS:30 - 1425 6/5 Walter Pedwardyn - in inquisition of Edmund earl of March - he died on 19 January last with Richard duke of York, his next heir, aged 14 years on 21 September last - .... he held in his demesne as of fee the following knights' fees, parts of fees and church advowsons, value extended as shown ... Pedwardine and Meaton, 2 parts of a knight's fee which Roger de Pedwarden held, previously Brian de Brompton, 16s 8d - at Bridgnorth 5 July - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/466/507 - see PRO C/139/19/32/mm18-19 & E/149/133/3/m16.


INQUISITIONS:31 - 1425 6/5 Roger Danyell - in inquisition of Edmund earl of March - he died on 19 January last with Richard duke of York, his next heir, aged 14 years on 21 September last - .... from time out of mind, Roger Danyell's heirs and all his ancestors have had right of pasturage for 8 oxen and 200 sheep in 'Grovemerssh' and elsewhere in the manor [Wickhambreaux], and 20 pigs and a boar at pannage time .... - at Rochester Kent 23 July - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/438/495 - see PRO C/139/19/32/m3 & E/149/133/3/m5.


INQUISITIONS:32 - 1425 6/7 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Chichester Sussex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/416/475 - see PRO C/139/18/32/mm13-14.


INQUISITIONS:33 - 1425 1/8 John Danyell - John Danyell of Clipstone in jury for an inquisition - at West or East Retford Northampton - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/412/471 - see PRO C/139/18/32/mm9-10.


INQUISITIONS:34 - 1425 22/9 Thomas Danyell - in inquisition to prove age of John brother and heir of Henry son and heir of John earl of Somerset - .... Thomas Danyell, esquire, 45 years, says that a house of the parson of Tottenham church was burned by a sudden fire the day that John was baptised .... - at Tottenham Middlesex 26 September - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/606/677 - see PRO C/139/26/53/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:35 - 1425 4/10 Roger Danyell - in inquisition of Joan wife of John Grey, chevalier - she died on 17 September last with Henry Grey her son and next heir, aged 7 years and more - .... [repeated from Henry-6/XXII/438-495] from time out of mind, Roger Danyell's heirs and all his ancestors have had right of pasturage for 8 oxen and 200 sheep in 'Grovemerssh' and elsewhere in the manor [Wickhambreaux], and 20 pigs and a boar at pannage time .... - at Canterbuiry Kent 27 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/564/633 - see PRO C/139/24/36/mm15-16.


INQUISITIONS:36 - 1425 9/11 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Chichester Sussex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/563/632 - see PRO C/139/24/36/mm12&14.


INQUISITIONS:37 - 1426 10/1 John Danyell - in inquisition of Edmund earl of March - he died on 19 January last with Richard duke of York, his next heir, aged 14 years on 21 September last - .... which John Danyell holds, worth 4s 5.25d - at Hooke Dorset 10 January - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/428/488 - see PRO C/139/18/32/m32.


INQUISITIONS:38 - 1426 18/2 John Danyell - John Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Tottenham Middlesex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXII/645/742 - see PRO C/139/28/33/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:39 - 1427 10/10 Richard Danyell - in inquisition of Joan widow of Roger Swyllyngton, chevalier - she died on 20 September last - .... Joan then sued a writ unde nihil habet returnable at Trinity term 6 Henry 5 before the justices of the Common Bench, against Henry Fitzhugh, Richard Norton, John Hevyngham, knight, now deceased, and Richard Danyell, clerk, and Thomas de Thournour, regarding her dowry; she recovered seisin .... she held them in dower only, with reversion to Richard Danyell and Thomas de Thornour, and their heirs - she held the manors of Cudworth and Royds with 9 rent by demise of Henry Fitzhugh, late lord of Ravensworth, and Thomas Derham and Richard Danyell, parson of Swillington, still living .... - at Leeming Yorkshire 28 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/62&63/113 - see PRO C/139/35/52/mm3-4.


INQUISITIONS:40 - 1427 25/10 Richard Danyell - in inquisition of Joan widow of Roger Swyllyngton, chevalier - she died on 20 September last - .... by indented, tripartite charter dated 15 February 1421, shown to the jurors, Henry Fitzhugh, late lord of Ravensworth, and Thomas Dereham and Richard Danyell, parson of Swillington, both living, granted .... - at Blythburg Suffolk 25 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/69/120 - see PRO C/139/35/52/m17 & E/149/140/1/m6.


INQUISITIONS:41 - 1427 20/11 John Danyell - inquisition of John Danyell in Calais - he died on 8 December 1426 with Isabel Danyell his sister and next heir aged 48 and more - jurors John Field, Richard Chace, Hugh Jakes, Richard Soule, William Serebanke, Richard Swynford, Henry Philip, Alan Billyngham, John Warde, William Twydmouth, Nicholas Aleyn, Robert Yman, Thomas Bryan and John Lounday - he held the following in demesne as of fee; Calais, an inn called 'Oldcaleys', annual value 10, held of the king in chief by covering one watch to guard the vill; he also held various tenements in 'Conestrete' and 'Farthyngstrete' of the king, annual value 40s, by 13s 4d yearly - at Calais 26 April - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/4/5 - see PRO C/139/32/5/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:42 - 1428 4/5 John Danyell - inquisition of John Danyell in Calais - he died on 8 December 1426 with Isabel Danyell his sister and next heir aged 48 and more - jurors John Field, Richard Chace, Richard Soule, William Sterebanke, Richard Swynford, Henry Philip, Alan Byllyngham, John Warde, William Twydmouth, Nicholas Aleyn, Robert Yman and Thomas Bryan - to further inquire after the type of tenements and his estate in the same - the watch is provided by turns - he was seised in demesne as of fee of the king in chief of a ruinous, unoccupied tenement, worth 10s yearly, and 6 ruinous, unoccupied cottages in 'Conestrete' and 'Farthyngstrete' each worth 5s yearly - at Calais 26 April - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/4/6 - see PRO C/139/32/5/mm3-4.


INQUISITIONS:43 - 1428 John Danyell - Johannes Danyell - ould Cales' hosti' et alia ten' ibm - Cales' - see Calendarium Inquisitionun Post Mortem sive Escaetarum 4/114b/5.


INQUISITIONS:44 - 1428 John Danyell - John Danyell - Calais - C139/32/5 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C139/32/5 in List and Index Society 268.


INQUISITIONS:45 - 1428 23/9 Richard Danyel - Richard Danyel in jury for an inquisition - at Salisbury Wiltshire - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/95/181 - see PRO C/139/38/14/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:46 - 1428 18/11 Thomas Danyell - inquisition to prove age of William son of William and Margaret Pocock - Thomas Danyell, 47, recollects because Robert Aston married Idony sister of Thomas on the same day - at Chichester Sussex 2 December - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/165/313 - see PRO C/139/42/79/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:47 - 1429 9/10 Richard Daniell - in inquisition of Margaret wife of John Gra, knight - she died on 4 October last - .... Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, Thomas Dereham, and Richard Daniell, parson of Swillington, were seised of the manors of Yoxford, Stikingland, Middleton, Brent fen, and Murrils in demesne as of fee by enfeoffment of Roger de Swillyngton, knight, and were thus seised long after his death by enfeoffment .... - at Halesworth Suffolk 3 November - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/214/405 - see PRO C/139/46/40/mm9-10.


INQUISITIONS:48 - 1429 9/10 Richard Danyell - in inquisition of Margaret wife of John Gra, knight - she died on 4 October last - .... Robert Willughby, lord of Eresby, Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, John de Hevenyngham, knight, John Glemham, Richard Danyell, parson of Swillington, and John Wynfeld, parson of Wrentham, were seised of the following in demesne as of fee .... - at Bracebridge Lincoln 3 December - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/214/406 - see PRO C/139/46/40/mm11-12.


INQUISITIONS:49 - 1429 9/10 Richard Daniell - in inquisition of Margaret wife of John Gra, knight - she died on 4 October last - .... Robert Wilughby, lord of Eresby, Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, John Hevenyngham, knight, John Glemham, Richard Daniell, parson of Swillington, and John Wynfeld, parson of Wrentham, were seised of the following in demesne as of fee .... - at Leicester 16 November - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/216/407 - see PRO C/139/46/40/mm13-14 & E/149/144/9/m7.


INQUISITIONS:50 - 1429 9/10 Richard Daniell - in inquisition of Margaret wife of John Gra, knight - she died on 4 October last - .... Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, John Hevenyngham, knight, Richard Danyell, clerk, and thomas Thornour were seised of these manors and advowson in demesne as of fee .... Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, Thomas Dereham, and Richard Daniell, parson of Swillington, were seised of the manors and rent in demesne as of fee .... - at Pontefract Yorkshire 8 November - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/218/409 - see PRO C/139/46/40/mm15-16.


INQUISITIONS:51 - 1429 26/10 Richard Daniell - in inquisition of Margaret wife of John Gra, knight - she died on 4 October last - .... Thomas Hopton, esquire, was seised of the following in his demesne as of free tenement, by grant of Robert de Wilughby, lord of Eresby, Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, John de Hevenyngham, knight, John Glemham, Richard Daniell, parson of Swillington, and John Wynfeld, parson of Wrentham, with reversion to Robert, Henry etc [as above] and to their heirs .... - at Derby 25 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/212/403 - see PRO C/139/46/40/mm3&6 & E/149/144/9/m6.


INQUISITIONS:52 - 1429 25/10 Richard Daniell - in inquisition of Margaret wife of John Gra, knight - she died on 4 October last - .... Robert Willughby, lord of Eresby, Henry Fitzhugh, lord of Ravensworth, John de Hevenyngham, knight, John Glemham, Richard Daniell, parson of Swillington, and John Wynfeld, parson of Wrentham, were seised of the following in demesne as of fee .... - at Nottinghasm 26 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/210/402 - see PRO C/139/46/40/mm3&5.


INQUISITIONS:53 - 1430 1/9 Walter, Katherine, Robert and Roger Pedwardyn - inquisition of Walter Pedwardyn, esquire - he died on 14 August last with Roger Pedwardyn, son and next heir of Walter and Katherine, aged 23 and more - he died seised of the following in demesne as of fee tail, held by grant of his father Robert Pedwardyn, knight, to him and Katherine, lately his wife and now deceased, and to the heirs of their bodies - Leake, a capital messuage called 'Thorntoft' with 50.5 acres of land and pasture - Wrangle and Friskney, 47.5 acres of land and pasture, annual value 100s, held of the earl of Richmond, Ralph Cromwell, knight, Robert Umframvill, knight, and the heirs of Richard Corbet, service unknown - at Coningsby Lincoln 6 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/231/437 - see PRO C/139/47/7/mm4-5.


INQUISITIONS:54 - 1430 1/9 Walter, Katherine, Robert and Roger Pedwardyn - inquisition of Walter Pedwardyn, esquire - he died on 14 August last with Roger Pedwardyn, son and next heir of Walter and Katherine, aged 23 and more - the chancellor (William Troutbeck) is ordered to order the escheator to take an inquisition according to the accompanying writ [writ ms largely torn away and missing] - he died seised of the following in demesne as of fee tail, held by grant of his father Robert Pedwardyn, knight, to him and Katherine, lately his wife and now deceased, and to the heirs of their bodies - Staveley, the manor, true annual value 40s, which along with the advowson of Warton church in Lancashire, is held of the king in chief as a sixth of half knight's fee - at Brougham Westmorland 4 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/231/438 - see PRO C/139/47/7/mm6-7.


INQUISITIONS:55 - 1430 16/9 Robert Pedwardyn - inquisition of Thomas de Roos, knight - he died on 18 August last with Thomas de Roos, his son and next heir, aged 3 on 9 September last - Boston, the manor and Freiston, the manor, held of Robert Pedwardyn, knight, service unknown, and their annual value 60 - at Lincoln castle 3 November - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/283/548 - see PRO C/139/50/48/mm28-29.


INQUISITIONS:56 - 1431 28/2 William Danyll - in inquisition of Richard Hankeford, knight - he died on 8 February 1431 with Thomasia, Elizabeth and Anne his daughters and next heirs, respectively aged 8, 7 and 12 weeks and more - .... Braundsworthy, a messuage and certain lands and tenements, in the parish of Black Torrington, held of William Danyll, service unknown - at Exeter Devon 17 April - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/305/577 - see PRO C/139/51/54/mm20&22.


INQUISITIONS:57 - 1431 12/4 Robert Pedwardyn - inquisition of John Tirwhit, esquire - he died on 29 December last with Margaret, Elizabeth and Joan, his daughters and next heirs, aged respectively 8, 6 and 2 and more - Dunston, the manor, held of Robert Pedwardyn, knight, and Nicholas Wymbyssh, clerk, as of their manor of Nocton - at Lincoln castle 15 October - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/327/626 - see PRO C/139/53/14/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:58 - 1432 12/2 Robert Danyell - Robert Danyell of Carlton Paynell in jury for an inquisition - at Spital in the Street Lincoln - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/343-663 - see PRO C/139/54/32/mm1&2.


INQUISITIONS:59 - 1432 8/5 Robert, Robert, Walter, and Roger Pedwardyn - inquisition of Robert Pedwardyn, knight - he died on 26 April last with Roger Pedwardyn, his kin and next heir as son of Walter Pedwardyn son of Robert, aged 24 and more - he was lately seised of the following in demesne as of fee - South Warnborough, the manor, annual value 18, held [together with the manor of Burton Pedwardine] in Lincolnshire, of the king in chief [as a barony] - [he lately enfeoffed Thomas Hathy, parson] of South Warnborough, Hugh Haltoft, vicar of Burton Pedwardine, and Roger Bay of Helpringham [with the above manor, to have and hold to them and their heirs in perpetuity.] The grant was made [by charter]. They were thus seised in their demesne as of fee. [They then granted the manor] to [Robert] Pedwardyn and Roger Pedwardyn, kin of Robert, and to the heirs of Roger in perpetuity. the grant was made by charter. the king's licence [was previously obtained for the enfeoffment as well as the subsequent] grant [CPR 1429-1436 page 189]. This licence [and the charters were shown to the jurors]. Robert and Roger were seised of the manor: Robert in demesne as of [free tenement, and Roger in demesne as of fee] - at Basingstoke Hampshire 10 June - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/330/633 - see PRO C/139/53/20/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:60 - 1432 8/5 Robert, Robert, Walter, and Roger Pedwardyn - inquisition of Robert Pedwardyn, knight - he died on 26 April last with Roger Pedwardyn, his kin and next heir as son of Walter Pedwardyn son of Robert, aged 24 and more - Burton Pedwardine, the manor, annual value 7 5s 5d held, together with the manor od South Warnborough in Hampshire, of the king in chief as a barony - Nocton, half manor, annual value 7 0s 7.5d, held of the king in chief as 1/2 of an 1/8 of a 1/32 of a 1/100 of a 1/160 of a barony and a 1/160 of a 1/100 of a 1/160 of a barony - at Lincoln castle 21 June - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/330/634 - see PRO C/139/53/20/mm3-4.


INQUISITIONS:61 - 1434 Richard and Grace Baynard - Richard Baynard and his wife Grace - Essex - C139/63/21 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C139/63/21 in List and Index Society 268.


INQUISITIONS:62 - 1439 9/3 John Danyell - John Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Dartford Kent - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXV/120/186 - see PRO C/139/91/25/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:63 - 1439 13/5 John Daniell - commission to enquire into the king's manors of Geddington, Brigstock, King's Cliffe and Kingsthorpe .... nothing done concerning the manor of Geddington on account of the short space of time .... the tenants hold the manor of Kingsthorne of the king at fee farm .... John Daniell held 2 cotlands worth 4s net yearly .... - see Calendar of Inquisition Miscellaneous Henry-6/VIII/75/128 - see PRO C/Inquisition-Miscellaneous-Files/145/308/12.


INQUISITIONS:64 - 1439 4/7 John Danyell - inquisition of Grace who was wife of Richard Baynard - she died 6 May last with Thomas de Peyton her son and next heir and also son and next heir of John son of John de Peyton, esquire, aged 22 years and more when Grace died - jurors Robert Weston, William Whitere, Peter Vpchare, John Peuerell, Robert atte Holte, William Gernon, Richard Boleyne, John Porter, Walter Rampton, Robert Podeney, Thomas Vpchare, and Thomas Paycok - she held no lands or tenements in demesne as of fee or service of the king in chief, or any other. Thomas Priour, John Danyell of Isleham, Robert Neuport, Nicholas Morys, John Burgoyne, John Stanford, clerk and Thomas atte Ponde, clerk, were seised of the following manor, advowson, and hundered in demesne as of fee - Easthorpe, the manor and advowson of the church, held of the king by knight service as of the king's honour of Boulogne. There is a site with various houses, worth nothing yearly; a garden worth 12d yearly; 300 acres of arable, each acre worth 2d yearly; 80 acres of pasture, each acre worth 4d yearly; 20 acres of meadow, each acre worth 18d yearly; 140 acres of wood worth nothing because newly cut; 104s assize rent from free tenants, payable at Michaelmas and Easter equally; and perquisites of court with view of frankpledge held yearly on Tuesday in Easter week, worth 6s 8d yearly above the steward's expences. The church is worth 4d yearly. - Lexden, the hundred, held of the king by fee-farm, viz r marks yearly at Michaelmas and Easter equally, payable to the king and his heirs - They granted them for life to Margaret who was wife of John de Peyton, knight, with remainder to John son of John de Peyton, esquire and Grace his wife, and the heirs of the body of John son of John. Royal licence was obtained from Henry 4 [CPR 1405-1408 page 344]. Margaret was thus seised as of free tenement, and afterwards died seised of this estate. With due prosecution previously made in Henry 4's Chancery, John son of John and Grace his wife had livery of the manor, hundred and advowson according to the form of the grant and licence. They were jointly seised, and John son of John afterwards died seised of this estate. Grace continued in her estate and possession for all her life from the time of the death of John son of John. - She held the following manors for life by demise of Robert Warner of London and Roger Rye of Kent, with remainder to John Martyn of Kent, lately one of the king's justices of the Common Bench, William Coggeshale, knight, John Tyrell, William Rockwode of Acton, John Burgoyne of Dry Drayton, Walter Gawtron, lately of London, Thomas Martell, esquire, Richard Wakkefeld, esquire, Robert Wrytele, Richard FitzNicholl of Halstead, Roger Racheham, esquire, and John Marlere, all now deceased, and Maurice Bruyn, knight, Lewis Johan, Robert Darcy of Maldon, Thomas Campes, John Bederenden of London, John Symond of Toppesfield, John Beche of Colchester, John Ewell, esquire, and Henry Stampe, junior, all still living, and their heirs and assigns - Messing, the manor, held of the king as of the honour of Rayne as a knight's fee. There is the site with various houses, worth nothing yearly; a garden worth 6d yearly; 180 acres of arable, each acre worth 3d yearly;32 acres of pasture, each acre worth 6d yearly; 12 acres of meadow, each acre worth 18d yearly; 80 acres of wood worth nothing because newly cut; 52s assize rent from free tenants, payable at Easter, Midsummer, Michaelmas and Christmas equally; and perquisites of court with view of frankpledge held yearly, worth 2s yearly above the steward's expences. - Birch Hall and Birch Castle, the manors, annual value 10 marks, held of the heir of John Gernon, chevalier, by service of one gilly-flower, payable at Christmas for all services - Essex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXIII/172/243 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C139/93/47 in List and Index Society 268 - see PRO C/139/93/47/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:65 - 1439 John, John and John John de Peyton - John de Peyton son of John son of John Peyton esquire - Essex - C139/93/46 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C139/93/46 in List and Index Society 268.


INQUISITIONS:66 - 1439 10/7 John Danyell - regarding CIPM XCX number 569, an inquisition taken in 1416 - jurors Thomas Paycok, John Park, John Poynaunt, Walter Rampton, Robert Weston, William Whiter, John Peuerell, Robert atte Holte, William Gernon, Thomas Vpchare, Peter Vpchare, and Ralph Ryedal - to inquire whether John son of John, who died on 16 October 1416, and John son of John, to whom the manor and advowson of Easthorpe and the hundred of Lexden should remain after the death of Margaret, are one and the same person - it decided they are one and the same - at Colchester Essex 28 July - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXV/244/293 - see PRO C/139/95/59/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:67 - 1441 6/10 John Danyell - John Danyell of Quadring in jury for an inquisition - at Boston Lincolnshire - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXV/494/601 - see PRO C/139/103/33/mm3-4.


INQUISITIONS:68 - 1442 10/11 John Danyell - John Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Horndon on the Hill Essex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/71/122 - see PRO C/139/111/56/mm5&7.


INQUISITIONS:69 - 1442 28/12 Knightley - inquisition of Richard Knyghtley, esquire - he died on 19 December last with Richard Knyghtley, junior, husband of Eleanor, and his son and next heir aged 10 and more - he held Fawsley jointly with his wife Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Purefray of Leicestershire - earlier grant had mentioned their son John - at Northampton 24 April 1443 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/44/81 - see PRO C/139/110/44/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:70 - 1443 23/2 John Danyell - John Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Westminster - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/47/89 - see PRO C/139/110/45/mm10-11.


INQUISITIONS:71 - 1444 20/4 John and Richard Danyell - Richard and John Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Ware Hertfordshire - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/291/471 - see PRO C/139/124/60 E/149/181/19.


INQUISITIONS:72 - 1444 30/6 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell, 'yoman', in jury for an inquisition - at Stafford - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/145/239 - see PRO C/139/116/36/mm1-5.


INQUISITIONS:73 - 1444 14/9 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Dartford Kent - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/102/184 - see PRO C/139/114/19/mm13-14.


INQUISITIONS:74 - 1446 28/10 John Danell - John Danell in jury for an inquisition - at Stratford Essex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/273/448 - see PRO C/139/123/43/mm29&31.


INQUISITIONS:75 - 1446 31/10 William Danell - William Danell in jury for an inquisition - at Bramber Sussex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/322/524 - see PRO C/139/126/24/mm1&3.


INQUISITIONS:76 - 1446 3/11 John Danell - John Danell in jury for an inquisition - at Stratford Essex - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/218/385 - see PRO C/139/121/22/mm1-2.


INQUISITIONS:77 - 1447 6/6 Robert Danell - Robert Danell in jury for an inquisition - at Puckeridge Hertfordshire - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/357/560 - see PRO C/139/128/29-30/mm14-15.


INQUISITIONS:78 - 1447 8/8 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Guildhall London - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/335/540 - see PRO C/139/127/25/mm19-20.


INQUISITIONS:79 - 1447 21/11 Richard Daniell - Richard Danyell in jury for an inquisition - at Southampton - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-6/XXVI/331/532 - see PRO C/139/127/25/mm5-6.


INQUISITIONS:80 - 1449 Thomas Danyell - Will'us Tresham et filius ejus. H'uerunt feodi firmam villate de Kyngscliff et xxs de firma man~ii de Briggestok et tenentes ville de Kyngesthorp huer' firmam ejusdem ville et Tho' Bradley habet hundred' de Fallesley et Tho' Danyell habuit firmam man~ii de Gedington - in Northamptonshire - see Calendarium Inquisitionum ad quod Damnum Henry-6/388b/3.


INQUISITIONS:81 - 1451 14/6 Thomas Danyell - .... The king likewise granted the farm of the manor and township of Geddington, worth 28 net yearly, to Thomas Danyell, esquire, for a term of years; and John Merbury of Cransley, esquire, took the issues from the said 6 November until Michaelmas last .... - at Northampton 14 June - see Calendar of Inquisition Miscellaneous Henry-4/VIII/136/221 - see PRO C/Inquisition-Miscellaneous-Files/145/314/5.


INQUISITIONS:82 - 1455 Lawrence Danyell - Laurentius Danyell - Walsoken and Westwalton 1 messuag' et 180 acr' terr' ibm and Stanhowe maner' alias vocat' Marches maner' in Stanhowe, extent' - Norfolc' - see Calendarium Inquisitionun Post Mortem sive Escaetarum 4/263b/24.


INQUISITIONS:83 - 1455 Lawrence Danyell - Lawrence Danyell - Norfolk - C139/157/24 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C139/157/24 in List and Index Society 268.


INQUISITIONS:84 - 1465 28/10 - Thomas Danyell - on 29 December 39 Henry VI [1460] and from then until 4 March following and after Thomas Danyell, esquire, attainted and convicted of high treason whereby he forfeited all castles, manors, lordships, lands, tenements, rents, services, hereditaments and possessions, was seized in his demesne as of fee of the manor of Burton Pedwardine, held of the king by knights service, and of the advowson belonging thereto, worth 15 net yearly. The premises belong and should belong to the king by Thomas's forfeiture by reason of his attainder. Beatrice Pedwardine has occupied the manor and the issue (existent') the said 4 March, title unknown. [Superscribed] Delivered into court on 16 November by the hands of John Herley, esquire [CPR 1461-7 182 479] - at Lincoln 28 October 5 Edward 4 - see Calendar of Inquisition Miscellaneous Henry-4/VIII/203/362 - see PRO C/Inquisition-Miscellaneous-Files/145/322/7.


INQUISITIONS:85 - 1466 Thomas Daniell - Thomas Daniell attrinc~tus - Burton Pedwardyn Lincoln' - maner' et advoc' eccl' - see Calendarium Inquisitionun Post Mortem sive Escaetarum 4/332b/44.


INQUISITIONS:86 - 1466 Thomas Daniell - Thomas Daniell attainted - Lincolnshire - C140/18/45 moved to C145/322 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C140/18/45 in List and Index Society 268.


INQUISITIONS:87 - 1475 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell de Walsoken - Stanhowe maner' alias vocat' Marches maner' extent' and Kingshale ten' et terr' ibidem - Norffolc' - see Calendarium Inquisitionun Post Mortem sive Escaetarum 4/366b/20.


INQUISITIONS:88 - 1475 Thomas Danyell - Thomas Danyell of Walsoken - Norfolk - C140/49/20 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C140/49/20 in List and Index Society 268.


INQUISITIONS:89 - 1480 Henry Danyell - Henricus Daniell - Stanhowe maner' alias vocat' Marches maner' extent and Kyngeshall ten' - Norff' - see Calendarium Inquisitionun Post Mortem sive Escaetarum 4/396a/68.


INQUISITIONS:90 - 1480 Henry Danyell - Henry Danyell - Norfolk - C140/72/68 - see List of Inquisitions Post Mortem Henry 5 to Richard 3 C140/72/68 in List and Index Society 268.


INQUISITIONS:91 - 1481 20/9 Thomas Danyell - inquisition taken by virtue of 2 writs [now missing] before Thomas Danyell and William Bacon, sheriffs of London .... - at Guildhall 20 September - see Calendar of Inquisition Miscellaneous Henry-4/VIII/254-473 - see PRO C/Inquisition-Miscellaneous-Files/145/329/8.


INQUISITIONS:92 - 1490 25/3 Richard Danyell - inquisition for proof of age of George Mannock son and heir of John Mannock, esquire - he was 21 years of age on 1 December last, and was baptised in the church of Stokeneylond, as deposed to by:- Robert Adgore, aged 40 years, who was present in the church at the time of the baptism on 1 December, 7 Edward 4; Thurstan Hussherewode, aged 38 years, who was sent to fetch John Kyng to be godfather; Stephen Cardenall, who saw the said George baptised by John Mannock, his grandfather, and John Kyng of Shelley; Robert Sergeaunte, who saw John Mannock, George's father, send for Edith Comberton to be godmother; Thomas Blomvyle, who had a cow that died in Stokeneylond on the said 1 December; Thomas Hakon, who had a barn in making in Stokeneylond on the same day; Richard Danyell, who bought a house in Stokeneylond on the same day from John Noland; William Cutteler, who remembers because a white horse of his fell into a ditch on the same day and broke his neck; William Feldegate, who had a daughter badly burned in a fire at Stokeneylond on the same day; Richard Ropkyn, who sold a toft of land at Stokeneylond on the same day; Robert Freman, who remembers because a maidservant of his carried fire to the church of Stokeneylond to light a candle for administering the sacrament of baptism; John Myrell, who was present in the church at the time of the baptism; Christopher Greene, who saw the parish priest of Stokeneylond called by the said John Mannock to come and baptise the said George - at Suffolk 25 March 5 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/3/587/1174 - see PRO C/II/5/87.


INQUISITIONS:93 - 1490 19/8 Edmund Daniell - inquisition of Thomas Peyton, esquire - he died on 1 August 5 Henry 7 with Robert Peyton, his brother and heir aged 22 and more on 1 August - Thomas Peyton of Isleham, his grandfather, by deed dated 20 May 1 Richard 3, enfeoffed Thomas Mountgomery, William Fyndern, and Richard Seyntgeorge, knights, Edmund Daniell, John Clopton, Thomas Cheyny, Thomas Heygham, and Richard Heygham, of the under-mentioned manors of Peyton Hall, etc, to use of his last will; and by this last will directed his said feoffes to make an estate of the under-mentioned manors of Peyton Hall and Georges, and of the tenement called 'Callys' to the said Thomas Peyton named in the writ and his heirs; and to make an estate of the under-mentioned manors of Wixso, Sayham Hall, and Badles, and of the tenements called 'Pontys' and 'Merymannys,' to Margaret, his the terstator's wife, for the term of her life, with remainder to his own right heirs. After the death of the said Thomas Peyton of Isleham the said Thomas Mountgomery and his joint feoffes were seised accordingly of all the said manors and lands, of the manors of Peyton Hall and Georges and of the tenement called 'Callys' to the use of the said Thomas Peyton named in the writ and his heirs, as cousin and heir of the said Thomas Peyton of Isleham, viz son of Thomas Peyton of Wyken, his son, and of the other manors and lands to the use of the said Margaret for the term of her life, and afterwards to the use of the said Thomas Peyton named in the writ and his heirs. The said feoffes were also seised of the under mentioned manor of Caltrop Hall, and of the advowson of Barnham in fee to the use of the said Thomas Peyton named in the writ in tail male, with remainder to the use of one Robert Peyton in tail male - Suffolk: manor of Peyton Hall worth 14l held of the abbot of Bury St Edmunds, service unknown; manor of Wixso beside Stoke Clare, worth 10l, held of the said John Clopton, Richard Heygham, and others, as of their manor of Peyton Hall, service unknown; manor of Sayham Hall, worth 5l, held of the said Thomas Heygham and Thomas Cheyny, as of their manor of Georges, service unknown; manor of Badles, worth 4l, held of the said John Clopton and Richard Heygham, as of their manor of Peyton Hall, service unknown; manor of Georges and a tenement called 'Callys' and 30 acres land and 8 acres meadow in Boxford, worth 40s, held of the Abbot of Bury St Albans, service unknown; manor of Caltrop Hall in Barnham, worth 6l 13s 4d, and the advowson of the church of Barnham belonging to the said manor, held of the said Thomas Cheyny and Thomas Heygham, as of their manor of Georges, service unknown - at Suffolk 16 July 6 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/1/308/740 - see PRO C/II/7/62.


INQUISITIONS:94 - 1491 29/1 Thomas Danyell - inquisition of Richard Lyrar - he died on 20 december last with John Lyrar his heir aged 17 on Lady-day next - A messuage and 60 acres of land, meadow, and wood in Horton, worth 40s, held of the king in chief, by service of 16l yearly and by hidage, and duplach, to the value of 5s yearly. Certain lands and tenements held of William Danvers, one of the King's justices, of William Forthe, 'gentilman,' and of Thomas Danyell, 'gentilman,' the nature, value, and tenure of the said premises being unknown to the jury .... - at Buckinghamshire 26 February 6 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/1/253/618 - see PRO C/II/6/27.


INQUISITIONS:95 - 1492 20/12 John Danyell - inquisition of Thomas Peyton, esquire - he died on 1 August 5 Henry 7 with Robert Peyton, his brother and heir now aged 24 and likewise heir of the body of the said John Peyton son of John - Thomas Prior, John Danyell, Robert Newporte, Nicholas Morys, John Burgoyn, John Stanford, clerk and Thomas atte Ponde, clerk, being seised of the under-mentioned manor and advowson in fee, gave them to John Peyton (son of John Peyton, esquire), and Grace his wife, and the heirs of his body, to hold of them by fealty only, for all service. He survived the said Grace his wife, and died seised of the premises in fee tail, which thereupon descended to Thomas Peyton of Iselham, his son and heir, the reversion thereof belonging to the said John Burgoyn as the survivor of the said feoffes. And afterwards the said John Burgoyn died, and the reversion descended successively to Thomas Burgoyn his son and heir, and to John Burgoyn, son and heir of the said Thomas, which last is now seised of the said reversion in fee. On the death of the above-mentioned Thomas Peyton of Iselham the said manor and advowson descended to the said Thomas Peyton, named in the writ, as his cousin and heir, viz son of Thomas Peyton of Wyken, his son - Essex. manor and advowson of Est Thorpe, worth 10 marks, held of the said John Burgoyn, son of Thomas, by fealty only - at Essex 16 November 8 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/1/357/831 - see PRO C/II/8/78.


INQUISITIONS:96 - 1494 29/6 Ralph Danyell - inquisition of William Baker - he died on 12 March 6 Henry 7 with John Baker his son and heir now aged 30 and more - Nicholas Herome, being seised of the under-mentioned manor of 'Nether Halle' in fee enfeoffed Edmund Bedyngfeld, knight, Henry Spelman, Simon Blake, the said William Baker, and Ralph Danyell, clerk, thereof, to the use of the said William Baker and of his last will. By this last will the said William Baker gave the said manor to John Baker his son in fee .... - at Norfolk 29 October 10 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/1/437/1022 - see PRO C/II/10/57.


INQUISITIONS:97 - 1500 John Danyell - SD Joh'es Danyell quod exoneretur de releviis - Dersbury terr' etc Cestr' - Sutton Egylston and Dytton terr' etc Lanastr' - see Ducatus Lancastriae Calendarium Inquisitions Post Mortem and Calendar of Pleadings 1/7/76.


INQUISITIONS:98 - 1500 12/5 George and Margaret Danyell - inquisition of William Tendryng, esquire - he died on 12 March 14 Henry 7 with daughters and heirs Dorothy now aged 22 and more, Elizabeth now aged 9 and more, and Margaret now aged 7 and more - John Howard, knight, lord Howard, William Pyrton, knight, Robert Askewe, William Askewe, clerks and Roger S..ham, [Stonham] 'yoman,' were seised of the under-mentioned manor of Herkested in fee, and being so seised by charter demised it to George Danyell, esquire, and Margaret his wife, for the term of her life, with remainder to William Tenderyng, esquire, names in the writ, Roger Touneshend, late serjeant at law, James Hobert, gentleman, Henry Tey, then esquire, now knight, Robert Hopton, Edward Knyvet and William Malbon, to them and their heirs, to the use of the said William Tenderyng, his heirs and assigns, and the performance of his last will; by virtue of which enfeoffment the same George and Margaret were seised thereof in their demesne as of free tenement for the term of her life; and afterwards the said Roger Touneshend died, after whose death the said William and the others were seised of the remainder aforesaid in fee by survivorship; and afterwards the said Margaret died, after whose death the said William and the others entered upon the said manor and were seised thereof in fee to the use aforesaid; ...... Suffolk: manor of Herkested, worth 18l, held of the king, as of the duchy of Lancaster, by fealty and 2s rent at Easter and Michaelmas equally; manor of Holbrook, worth 40l, held of the earl of Surrey, as of the manor of Framyngham, service unknown - at Ipswich 4 November 16 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/2/168/250 - see PRO C/II/14/7.


INQUISITIONS:99 - 1501 22/12 Thomas and Elizabeth Danyell - inquisition of Robert Tate, citizen and aldereman of London - he died on 15 December last with son and heir Robert Tate now aged 26 and more - ....Philip Blount and Elizabeth Danyell were seised of the under-mentioned cottages, etc in Estgrenewyche in fee, and, being so seised, 20 January, 1 Henry 7, enfeoffed the said Robert Tate, John Tate, John Sperk and John Saunders [thereof] .... six cottages, or small tenements, with garden adjacent, and a croft of land to the same annexed, situate in the easte end of the town of Estgrenewyche, viz the cottages and garden between the croft late Thomas Danyell's and previously belonging to Thomas Henham on the east, the highway on the west, 'Cartfordlane' which leads from the said town to Wolwyche on the north and the messuage of Richard Ryder on the north [sic], against the highway near the king's park of Grenewyche towards the south; worth 20s, held of the prior of Shene, service unknown - at Kent 20 September 17 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/2/302/494 - see PRO C/II/15/(2 bis).


INQUISITIONS:100 - 1502 17/3 William Danyell - inquisition of Edmund Thwaytes - he died on 15 June last with cousin and heir Henry Thwaytes (son of Edmund and Joan) now aged 14 and more - ....that he, the said Edmund, should enfeoff Ralph Bygot, Robert Aske, John Gower, John Wandisford, knights, Thomas Kebell, serjeant-at-law, John Seyntquyntyn, William Banthorp, John Ardyngton, John Vavasour, of Newton by Rypley, Thomas Elles and William Danyell, of land, etc, in Barthorp, Sandhutton, Frthby and Buttercrame, to the yearly value of 20l .... - at York 17 March 17 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/2/364/573 - see PRO C/II/16/22.


INQUISITIONS:101 - 1502 1/6 Thomas and Richard Danyell - inquisition for proof of age of Richard Colyvyle son and heir of Francis Colvyle - He was born at Bishops Lynn (Lenn' Episcopi) and baptised in the church of st Margaret of the same town, and was 21 years old, 20 October, 17 Henry 7. Thomas Danyell, gentleman (aged 60 and more) remembers this because on the same day that Richard was born and baptised one Robert Berney was elected prior of the priory of Lynn and stalled (stallatus) in the church aforesaid. Humphrey Kervyle, gentleman (aged 50 and more) was sent to ask Katharine Welby to be godmother. William Gatisend (aged 60 and more) began a pilgrimage to swt David's (Meneviam) in wales. William Cobbe (aged 56) weasd sent to ask Richard Danyell, clerk, doctor of laws (utriusque juris) to be godfather. Alfred Wycherley (aged 53 and more) destroyed to rebuild (de novo fabricare exinnanivit) a certain chapel of the Holy Trinity within Lynn, etc. His lands were in the custody of James Hobert by the king's grant - at Norfolk 22 October 18 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/2/402/637 - see PRO C/II/16/88.


INQUISITIONS:102 - 1503 10/8 John Danyell - inquisition of Henry Colyer - he died on 7 May 16 Henry 7 with son and heir Henry Colyer now aged 21 and more - ....One Emma Malett, widow, was seised of the under-mentioned land, etc in Great Horwode in fee, and being so seised enfeoffed him [Henry Colyer], William Styker and John Danyell thereof, and they were seised thereof accordingly in fee; and afterwards he and John Danyell died, and the survivor, william Styker, being seised thereof in fee, enfeoffed .... two messuages, two virgates of land, 10 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, in the towns (sic) and fields of Great (Magna) Horwod, or Horwode, worth 30s, held of the said provost of New College, Oxford, by 8d rent - at Buckinhamshire 12 November 19 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/2/449/690 - see PRO C/II/17/13.


INQUISITIONS:103 - 1503 20/11 Simon Danyell - inquisition of Elizabeth Tanfield, widow - she died 9 September last with kinsman and heir William Tanfield (son of Robert her son), aged 15 and more - .... she was seised in fee of the under-mentioned manors of Assheley, Cotton and Ranesthorp, and by her deed dated 6 February, 9 Henry 7, enfeoffed thereof George Grey, knight, earl of Kent, Edward, earl of Wiltshire, Thomas Grene, knight, John Fyssher, then king's serjeant-at-law, Thomas Kebill, serjeant-at-law, Richard Emson, Roger Wake, Richard Godfray, William Wake, William Taylard, William Cutlard, William Lane, John Foxley and Simon Danyell, who were seised thereof accordingly in fee .... - at Northampton 20 November 18 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/3/512/1002 - see PRO C/II/675/3.


INQUISITIONS:104 - 1508 24/6 Elizabeth Danyell - inquisition of Robert Tate - he died on 3 April last with brother and heir John Tate, the younger, now aged 26 and more - ....Philip Blount and Elizabeth Danyell were seised in fee of the under-mentioned 6 cottages, etc in Estgrenewyche in fee, and on 20 January, 1 Henry 7, enfeoffed thereof Robert Tate, John Tate, John Spark and John Saunders .... 6 cottages or small tenements, with garden adjoining and a croft of land annexed thereto, situated at the east end of the town of Estgrenewyche, worth 20s, held of the prior of Shene, service unknown - at Kent 24 June 23 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/3/223/363.


INQUISITIONS:105 - 1508 5/7 William Danyell - inquisition of Henry Skerne - he died 1 May [2]1 [Henry 7] with son and heir Edmund Skerne, aged 21 and more - .... afterwards, by his charter dated 10 October, 19 henry 7, the said Henry enfeoffed John Normavyll, knight, William Danyell and Thomas Nowark, esquires, Robert Skerne and Richard Bransby, who survive, of the aforesaid manor (Howton Yorkshire?) .... - at York 5 July 23 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/3/337/564 - see PRO C/II/22/84.


INQUISITIONS:106 - 1509 14/2 Grace and John Danyell - inquisitiuon of Grace Danyell, widow - she died 2 January last with son and heir John Danyell now aged 23 and more - Henry Stampe was seised in fee of the under-mentioned manor of Messyng and messuages etc in Messyng, Inneworth and Feryng, and gave them to Richard Baynard and the heirs of his body. After Richard's death the premises descended to Grace Danyell as his daughter and heir, and she died seised thereof in fee tail. The same Henry Stampe was seised in fee of the under-mentioned manors of Knybso, Brychehall and Brychecastell, and gave them to the said Richard Baynard and Margaret, his wife, and the heirs of the body of Richard. Richard survived Margaret, and on his death the manors descended to Grace Danyell, as above. The said Grace died siesed in fee of the under-mentioned anor of Hardburght, 7s 3d rent, and messuages etc in Copford - Essex' manor of Messyng, worth 20l 2s 9d, held of the king, as of his honor of Reymes, by service of one knight's fee; 2 messuages, 100 acxresnd, 3 acres meadow called 'Suttons' and 'Goterys,' alias 'Gutters,' in Messyng, Inneworth and Feryng, worth 3l 14d, held of the abbot of st Peter's, westminster, as of his manor of Feryng, services unknown; manor of Kybso, alias Baynardes, in Maylond, worth 12li, held of Robert Payton, knight, by service of a fourth part of a knight's fee; manors of Brychehall and Vrychecastell in Great Bryche and Little Bryche, worth 12l 12s 4.5d held of Robert Payton aforesaid by fealty and a rent of a clove yearly at Christmas; manor of Hardburght with appurtenances in Messyng, worth 9l, held of the king, as of the honor of Reymes, by service of a moiety of a knight's fee; 7s 3d rent issuing from divers lands etc in the said county, and a messuage and 40 acres land in Copford, held of henry Tey, knight, services unknown - at Essex 29 March 24 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/3/315/532 - see PRO C/II/22/50.


INQUISITIONS:107 - 1509 24/11 George and William Danyell - inquisition of John Gardyner - he died on 2 September 24 Henry 7 with son and heir Henry Gardyner, then aged 17.75 and more - ....Long before his death and at the time of his death Henry Wodecok, George Danyell, esquire, John Bende of Walden, Robert Frende and William Danyell were seised in fee of the under-mentioned manor of Stretehall and lands etc mentioned therewith, and of the under-mentioned tenement called 'le Facon' and lands etc in Chepyngwalden mentioned therewith, to the use of Joan, late his wife, who survives, for the term of her life, and thereafter to the use of his last will .... manor and advowson of Stretehall, and 340 acres land, 15 acres of meadow, 60 acres of pasture, 50 acres of wood, and 46s 8d rent in Elmedon, Walden and Litlebury, which made up the said manor of Stretehall, worth 10l held of the bishop of Ely, service unknown - at Essex 30 November 24 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/3/304/516 - see PRO C/II/22/35.


INQUISITIONS:108 - 1509 24/1 Edmund Danyell - inquisition of Thomas West - he died August last with son and heir Edmund West, now aged 11 and more - Hugh Dey and Robert Heyward, clerks, were seised in fee of the under-mentioned manor and lands etc, and granted them by charter to the said Thomas Weste and Grizel his wife, and the heirs of the body of Thomas, with remainder to the heirs of the body of Ralph Weste, and, in the event of failure of the issue of such heirs, to John Heigham, John Coket, the younger, Edmund Danyell, the younger, Thomas Sampson, the younger, William Coote, Edward Walgrave and William Walgrave, the younger, their heirs and assigns, for the performance of the last will of Thomas Weste, esquire, grandfather of Thomas Weste named in the writ. Grizel survived her husband, and is still seised of the premises in her demesne as of free tenement - manor of Greys, and 250 acres land, 90 acres pasture, 30 acres wood, 10 acres marsh and 3l rent in Great Cornerde, Little Cornerde, Neuton, Sudbury, Chilton and Assyngton, worth 23l 6s, held of the king, as of his honor of Clare, by a fourth part of knight's fee - 2 messuages, 60 acres land, 12 acres meadow, 10 acres pasture and 40s rent in Sudbury, Chilton, Great Cornerde and Little Cornerde, worth 6l 13s 4d, held of William, abbot of the monastry of St Edmunds of Bury, by fealty and 2s rent - at Suffolk 24 January 24 Henry 7 - see Calendar of Inquisitions Henry-7/3/330/558 - see PRO C/II/22/77.


INQUISITIONS:109 - 1507 John Danyell - plaintiff John Danyell - defendants William Strode and others - disputed title to lands held under prebendary of Salisbury - in Over Knolle, Nether Knolle, Bemyster, Salisbury - Dorsetshire - 22nd Henry 7 - see Ducatus Lancastriae Calendarium Inquisitions Post Mortem and Calendar of Pleadings 1/115/D2.


INQUISITIONS:110 - 1527 Edmund Knyghtley - plaintiffs John Vachell and Edmund Knyghtley, the King's Attorney General - defendants ? Lamborn - disputed title to lands and trenements - in Westcote - Buckinghamshire - 18th Henry 8 - see Ducatus Lancastriae Calendarium Inquisitions Post Mortem and Calendar of Pleadings 1/133/V2.


INQUISITIONS:111 - 1531 James Danyell - plaintiff James Danyell - defendants Charles Herbert, Prior of Monmoth, and Richard Chesham - claim of debt upon bond - in Monemoth, Marches of Wales - Monmouthshire - 22nd Henry 8 - see Ducatus Lancastriae Calendarium Inquisitions Post Mortem and Calendar of Pleadings 1/143/D1.


INQUISITIONS:112 - 1540 Henry Daniel - 31 Henry 8 Norfolk Chancery Series 61/75 Exchequer Series 639/11 - see Index of Inquisitions Post Mortem in Public Record Office Lists and Indexes 23/69.


INQUISITIONS:113 - 1542 Henry Everard - 33 Henry 8 Essex Chancery Series 63/13 - 33 Henry 8 Norfolk Chancery Series 64/97 Exchequer Series 641/17 - 33 Henry 8 Suffolk Chancery Series 64/149 Exchequer Series 641/18 - see Index of Inquisitions Post Mortem in Public Record Office Lists and Indexes 23/85.


INQUISITIONS:114 - 1550c John Danyell - plaintiff Gabriele Heskethe - defendants John Danyell and others - claim of discharge from rents of chantry lands and tenements - in Rufford Chapel, Larebrecke, Hoton and Walton - Lancashire - Edward 6 - see Ducatus Lancastriae Calendarium Inquisitions Post Mortem and Calendar of Pleadings 1/267/H18.


INQUISITIONS:115 - 1555c William Danyell - plaintiff John Cowper inhabitant of Soke of Snaith - defendant William Danyell - illegal seizure of toll - in Snaithe Soke. Goldale, Barrowe Haven - Yorkshire and Lincolnshire - Philip and Mary - see Ducatus Lancastriae Calendarium Inquisitions Post Mortem and Calendar of Pleadings 1/293/C9.


INQUISITIONS:116 - 1566 Thomas Danyell - 9 Elizabeth 1 Suffolk Chancery Series 145/42 Exchequer Series 659/1 - see Index of Inquisitions Post Mortem in Public Record Office Lists and Indexes 26/105.


INQUISITIONS:117 - 1569 Edmund Danyell - 12 Elizabeth 1 Suffolk Chancery Series 154/93 Exchequer Series 662/4 Court of Wards 12/100 - see Index of Inquisitions Post Mortem in Public Record Office Lists and Indexes 26/105.


INQUISITIONS:118 - 1570 Edmund Danyell - 13 Elizabeth 1 Essex Chancery Series 157/64 Court of Wards 13/45 - see Index of Inquisitions Post Mortem in Public Record Office Lists and Indexes 26/105.


INQUISITIONS:119 - 1596 John Danyell - 39 Elizabeth 1 Suffolk Chancery Series 248/37 - see Index of Inquisitions Post Mortem in Public Record Office Lists and Indexes 26/105.


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