Robert DE QUINCY, Lord of Buckby
(Abt 1140-Aft 1200)
Orabilis DE LEUCHARS
(-Bef 1203)
Robert "ès Blanchemains" DE BEAUMONT, 3rd Earl of Leicester
(-1190)
Pernel (Petronille) DE GRENTMESNIL
(-1212)
Saher IV DE QUINCY, 1st Earl of Winchester
(Abt 1167-1219)
Margaret DE BEAUMONT, Countess of Winchester
(Bef 1172-1235)
Roger DE QUINCY, 2nd Earl of Winchester
(-1264)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Ellen DE GALLOWAY, Countess of Winchester

2. Matilda DE BOHUN
3. Eleanor DE FERRERS

Roger DE QUINCY, 2nd Earl of Winchester

  • Born: Winchester, Hampshire, England
  • Married (1):
  • Married (2): Before 5 Jun 1250
  • Married (3): Before 5 Dec 1252
  • Died: 25 Apr 1264

  General Notes:

Compiler's 23 x great-grandfather

  Research Notes:

"Seyerus de Quinci comes Wintonie" donated revenue from "molendino meo de Locres" to St Andrew´s priory, with the consent of "Rogeri filii et heredis mei", by undated charter, dated to [1217/18], witnessed by "Rogero de Quinci herede meo, Simone de Quinci persona de Louchres, Patricio filio Nesii…Simonis de Quinci". "Rogerus de Quinci filius Seyeri comitis Wintonie" confirmed his father´s donation of a mill to St Andrew´s priory by undated charter, dated to [1217/18], witnessed by "Dño Seyero patre meo comite Wintonie, Symone de Quinci persona de Louchres, Patricio filio Nesii…Gilleberto clerico, Symonis de Quinci, Henrico clerico, Symonis de Quinci".

He succeeded his father in 1219 as Earl of Winchester, but was not recognised as such until after his mother's death. "Rogerius de Quinci" confirmed donations of land "in territorio de Gasc", where the men of "domini patris mei comitis Wintonie" pastured animals, to Inchaffray Abbey by charter dated to [1220], witnessed by "Gilberto comite de Stratherne, Roberto et Fergus filiis suis…".

He succeeded his father-in-law in 1234 as hereditary Constable of Scotland, de iure uxoris. "Rogerus de Quency constabularius Scocie et Elena uxor eius filia quondam Alani de Galweya" recognised the rights of the church of Glasgow to "villam de Edeluestune" by undated charter. "Rogerus de Quincy" donated "boscum nostrum de Gleddiswod" to Dryburgh monastery, for the souls of "nostre et Alyenore sponse mee et…Alani de Galwythya et Helene filie sue quondam sponse nostro", by undated charter.

John of Fordun´s Scotichronicon (Continuator) records the death in 1264 of "Rogerus de Quinci comes Wincestriæ". An undated writ "48 Hen III", after the death of "Roger de Quency earl of Winchester", records that he died "on the day of St Mark the Evangelist" and names "Henry de Lascy aged 14 on the day of the Epiphany next, is his heir". Another writ dated 2 Nov "55 Hen III", after the death of "Roger de Quency alias de Quinsy sometime earl of Winchester", records further details about his landholdings. His earldom reverted to the crown on his death. 1

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2 Feb 1223, Westminster

To the sheriff of Cumberland. The king has rendered to Roger de Quincy, by a fine of 50 m. that he made with him, the custody of the land of Torpenhow , formerly of Sibyl de Valognes , which custody pertains to Roger by reason of the son and heir of Phillip de Valognes, who is the heir of Sibyl and is in Roger’s custody , and he is to render 10 m. to the king of the aforesaid 50 m. at Easter next in the seventh year, 20 m. at Michaelmas next following in the same year, and 20 m. at Easter next following in the eighth year. Order that, having accepted security from Roger for rendering the aforesaid 50 m. to the king at the aforesaid terms, he is to cause him to have full seisin of the land with its appurtenances.

3 Feb 1223, Westminster

To the sheriff of Cumberland . The king has rendered to his beloved and faithful Roger de Quincy , by a fine of 50 m. that he made with him, the custody of the land formerly of Sibyl de Valognes in Torpenhow which she held of the king in chief and the custody of which pertains to Roger by reason of Eustace de Stuteville, son and heir of Sibyl, being in Roger’s custody. He is to render 10 m. to the king of the aforesaid 50 m. at Easter next in the seventh year, 20 m. at Michaelmas next following in the same year, and 20 m. at Easter next following in the eighth year. Order that, having accepted security from Roger for rendering the aforesaid 50 m. to the king at the aforesaid terms, he is to cause him to have full seisin of the aforesaid land with its appurtenances.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 7 Hen. III, 64, 66

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13 Jul 1229, Wallingford

Margaret, countess of Winchester, gives the king 80 m. for having his grant of the lands of the Normans which are of her fee and which are in her hand, or of other lands that others hold by the same countess of the same lands of the Normans that are of her fee, to have and hold to the same countess for life and to Roger de Quincy, her son and heir, after her death, unless the king will render those lands to the heirs of the same lands by the peace which they made with him for having the aforesaid lands, as is more fully contained in the Patent Roll. The countess is to render a moiety of the aforesaid 80 m. to the king at Michaelmas in the thirteenth year and the other moiety at Easter in the fourteenth year.

3 Sep 1229

Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to place in respite, until Michaelmas in the fourteenth year, the demand of 130 m. that he makes from Roger de Quincy by summons of the Exchequer for several prests made in Ireland and Wales to Saer de Quincy, former earl of Winchester, his father, in the time of King John, beyond the debts that Roger owes the king otherwise, for which he made fine at the Exchequer, saving to Roger the aforesaid fine that he made with the king for his other debts.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 13 Hen. III, 260, 281

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28 Apr 1230

The king has given respite to Roger de Quincy from the 10 m. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the tallage assessed in a certain land that he holds of the king in socage , for as long as he will be with the king in overseas parts.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 14 Hen. III, 316

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20 Mar 1231, Clarendon

The king has given respite, until 15 days after St. John the Baptist in the fifteenth year, to Roger de Quincy from the demand of 140 m. which is exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the prest of Ireland made to Saer de Quincy, his father, in the time of King John.

24 Dec 1231, Winchester

The king has granted to Roger de Quincy that, of the 140 m. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the prest made to Saer de Quincy, his father, in Ireland in the time of King John etc. , he may render 10 m. per annum at the Exchequer until all of the aforesaid debt is paid, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 15 Hen. III, 130, 16 Hen. III, 31

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19 Nov 1233, Hereford

Margaret, countess of Winchester, has made fine with the king by 40 m. for having seisin of the manor of Marden , formerly of Gilbert Basset, which is of the fee of the same countess, without prejudice to the right of each who will wish to claim right in the said manor, and she has given the king surety for the aforesaid 40 m. by Roger de Quincy, her son.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 18 Hen. III, 32

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27 Mar 1235, Northampton

The king has granted to Roger de Quincy that, of the fine of £100 which he made with him for his relief of the lands formerly of Margaret de Quincy, formerly countess of Winchester, his mother, he may render £50 at the Exchequer at Pentecost in the nineteenth year and £50 at Michaelmas in one month in the same year. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire to permit him to have the aforesaid terms for the aforesaid £100 and to cause his livestock to be delivered to him in the meantime, if he has taken any for the aforesaid reason.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 19 Hen. III, 204a

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16 Oct 1249

The king has granted to his beloved and faithful Roger de Quincy, earl of Winchester, that, of the £60 14s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for Margaret, formerly countess of Winchester, his mother, of the aid for marrying the king’s first-born daughter, he may render £15 per annum at the Exchequer, namely £7 10s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fourth year, £7 10s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and £15 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £60 14s. are paid to the king. Order to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 33 Hen. III, 523

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23 Dec 1251

Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite the distraint that he makes upon R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester, for default and trespass of the forest, until Easter in one month in the thirty-sixth year.

22 Apr 1252

The king has granted to R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester, that he may render 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Cumberland, and of another 20 m. at which he was similarly amerced before the king (coram Rege) for several defaults concerning the bridge of Wares, and the remaining 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following....

4 Jun 1252

The king has pardoned to R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester, the 3 m. at which his men of War’ were amerced before him (coram Rege) because they did not have the same earl before the king (coram Rege) as they had pledged in a plea concerning the bridge of Warr’...

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 36 Hen. III, 120, 466, 660

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17 Jan 1253

Memorandum that Roger de Quincy earl of Winchester came before the king at Windsor on Friday next after Hilary and there put himself (misit se) on the king’s mercy for 300 m. for a trespass that he made in taking to wife Eleanor who was the wife of William de Vallibus who was in the king’s gift without the king’s licence, and afterwards the king, of his grace, remitted the aforesaid 300 m. to him for 5 m. of gold. Afterwards he paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and he is quit.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 37 Hen. III, 287

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5 Jul 1264

To Richard de Hemmington’ and Richard de Wikes, keepers of the lands and tenements formerly of Roger de Quincy, sometime earl of Winchester. Because the aforesaid earl was bound to the king in several debts on the day he died, as the king has learnt, order to take into the king’s hand without delay all goods and chattels formerly of the aforesaid earl on the day he died and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise.

18 Sep 1264, Canterbury

The executors of R. de Quincy, formerly earl of Winchester, have found the king the below-written pledges, namely John de Eyvill’, Henry de Longchamp, Roger de Vaux and William de Oilly, for rendering debts to the king if the same earl owed him any on the day he died, in as far as the goods and chattels of the same earl suffice to acquit the aforesaid debts.

9 Nov 1264, St. Paul’s, London

To Richard de Hemington’ and Richard de Wikes, keepers of the lands formerly of R. de Quincy, sometime earl of Winchester. Because the king has heard by the inquisition that he caused to be taken by them that Robert de Quincy, some time before his death, had granted the manor of Stivinton with appurtenances by his charter to Roger de Quincy, formerly earl of Winchester, to have to the same earl and his legitimate male heirs of his body, namely so that if it were to happen that the said earl were to die without legitimate male heirs of his body the aforesaid manor would revert to Robert or to his heirs, and that Joan, wife of Humphrey de Bohun junior, and Hawise, her sister, are the daughters and heiresses of the aforesaid Robert, and that the aforesaid manor ought to revert to them as to the legitimate heirs of the same Robert, and that the abovesaid Joan is of full age, the king, wishing to do special grace to the abovesaid Humphrey and his aforesaid wife, commands them that, once the dower falling to her from the aforesaid manor has been assigned to the countess of Winchester, and once the partition of the remainder of the aforesaid manor has been undertaken between the abovesaid Joan and Hawise, they are to cause the same Humphrey and Joan to have full seisin of the share falling to them, saving to the abovesaid Humphrey and Joan the first born the capital messuage of the same manor, together with all things taken therefrom from the time of the seizure of the same manor into the king’s hand, for the abovesaid Humphrey has found the king pledges, namely Giles de Argentan and Walter of Crepping, to perform his homage to the king and to render his relief to him for his aforesaid share if that homage and relief ought to pertain to the king, provided that they retain the share falling to the abovesaid Hawise, who is underage and in the king’s custody, in the king’s hand, so that they might answer the king for the issues of the same at the Exchequer.

Calendar of Fine Rolls, 48 Hen. III, 128, 193, 49 Hen. III, 28

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Inquisitions Post Mortem

587. Roger de Quency, Earl of Winchester. 2

Writ (missing).
He died on the day of St. Mark the Evangelist. Henry de Lascy, aged 14 on the day of the Epiphany next, is his heir.

York. Extent, Tuesday the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin 48 Hen. III.

Elmesale alias Elmesse manor (extent given), tenure unspecified. The reeve of the manor has received the rents and perquisites since the earl's death.
Bedford. Extent, Saturday before the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 48 Hen. III.
Styventon alias Steventon manor (extent given), tenure unspecified, The reeves have received the rents and perquisites since the earl's death.
Joan, wife of Sir Humphrey de Boum the younger, of full age, and Hawis, within age, daughters of the late Robert de Quency, are the next heirs.

Bedford. Inq. Tuesday before St. Denis, 48 Hen. III.

Robert de Quency a little before his death granted the manor of Styventon by charter to the said Earl Roger and the heirs male of his body, with condition that if he should die without such heirs the manor should revert to the said Robert or his heirs. The heirs of the said Robert are his daughters, the abovesaid Joan aged 19, and Hawis aged 14. From the earl's death the manor was in the hands of Margaret de Lascy countess of Lincoln, and Sir Humphrey de Boun the younger, until it was taken into the king's hands on Saturday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, by the king's last command.

Northampton. Inq. Wednesday before the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 48 Hen. III.

Wadenho manor and advowson (extent given), tenure unspecified. The reeve has received the rents and perquisites of the manor from the day of St. Mark the Evangelist in Easter week.

Nottingham. Extent, Sunday after the Decollation of St. John the Baptist 48 Hen. III.

Kneshall manor (extent given with names of tenants), with the wapentakes of Alcherton, Plumtre and Risley, 2 bovates land held of Kneshall church, land in the field of Kirneshall, and an assart called Griffes, tenure unspecified. The reeve has received the rents and perquisites from the death of the earl, viz. the day of St. Mark in Easter week.
Endorsed:—Knights' fees:—Thomas son of William holds 8 fees of the earldom? (de com') of Nottingham, viz.:—5 fees ... Nottingham and 3 beyond Done? viz.:—in Bathele, Musham, Kereseford? Weston, Norhampton, ... eby, Cotum, Marnham, Reseleye, Lyntepol, Hartworht, and Plumptre.

Writ, 7 Oct. 48 Hen. III. Inq. The day of St. Edward the Confessor, 49 Hen. III.

[York.] Elmesale manor (extent given); there are no knights' fees or advowsons; the earl held the manor for life in exchange for the manors of Kypes and Scales, and Alice de Lascy received the Whitsuntide rent, viz.—32s., and the manor is in the custody of the reeve until the king shall otherwise command. (See Nos. 732 and 776.)

C. Hen. III. File 31. (2.)

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732. Roger de Quency, earl of Winchester. 3

Writ (of certiorari) de feodis, &c., to the sheriff of Lincoln, that the co-heirs may receive their pourparties, 16 July, 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)

Lincoln. Five parts of a knight's fee, viz.—

Stainton and Wlrikeby, 2 parts of the said 5, held by Richard son and heir of Richard de Busilingthorp.
Croxton and Kirmington, 3 parts of the said 5, held by John de Albiniaco, Roger de Sancto Andrea, and Suspirus de Baiocis, besides 4 bovates land held by the abbot of Thorneton in frank almoin.
Croxton, a moiety of the advowson, which the said earl conferred on Master Adam de Norfolk, who survives.
All held of the king in chief.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Cambridge, 18 July, 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)

Cambridge. Trumpiton, 2 knights' fees held by Roger de Trumpyton and the heirs of John de Cayly.
Arington, 1 knight's fee held by the heirs of Maud Dyve, viz.—John de Asphale, Walter Denefer, and Laurence de Sancto Andrea.
Orewell, 1 knight's fee held by Ralph de Cameys.
All held of the king in chief.
Gransete, 1 knight's fee, of the fee of Roger de Mortymer, held by Henry de Lacy.
Gretton, 1 knight's fee held by Roger de Trumpiton; and the advowson of the church held by the heirs of John de Cayly.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 18 July, 54 Hen. III.
Schedule of fees (undated).

Northampton. Hasilbec, Pithisford, Waldegrave and Norhtoft, 1 fee held by Richard de Henred.
Mindeford and Hasilbeche, 1 fee held by William Burdet.
Farendun, ½ fee held by Thomas Maunsel.
Bramptun, fee unknown, held by William Rocelin.
Farningho, 1 fee held by Warin son of Gerard.
Wudeforde, 1 fee held by Richard Basset.
Maideford, 1 fee held by Thomas Kyn.
Estrop, 1 fee held by William de Stapiltun and William Mordaunt.
Haudeneby, 1 fee held by Philip de Nevill and Sibyl de Aldeneby.
Sproptun, 1 fee held by Eustacia de Arderne and Thomas, her son.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Huntingdon, 19 July, 54 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)

Huntingdon. Swho Weston. 1 knight's fee held of the fee of Wigemor of the small fee of Mortain; and 2 carucates land in Stert in the same manor, held of the honour of Huntingdon.
Enesbiri, 1 knight's fee held of Sir John de Baloyl of the honour of Huntedon, whereof Sir Roger de Leiburn holds a moiety with the Countess in dower, and Sir Thomas de Berkele, through Joan de Ferar[iis], his wife, the other moiety.
Dodigton, ½ knight's fee held of the earl by John de Lutlebiri.
Enesbiri. The advowson of the church. (See Nos. 587 and 776.)

C. Hen. III. File 38. (5.)

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776. Roger de Quency alias de Quinsy, sometime earl of Winchester. 4

Writ of certiorari de feodis, &c. to the sheriff of Oxford, 2 Nov., 55 Hen. III, that the cohiers may receive their pourparties. Inq. (undated).

[Oxford.] Chinore with Sideham in Wallingford honour. 1 knight's fee held by the said Roger of the king in chief: the advowson of Chinore pertains to the abbot of St. Albans.
Sydeham a member of Chinore. ½ fee held by the abbot of Thame, paying 21l. yearly.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Berks, 2 Nov. Inq. Sunday after St. Scholastica, 55 Hen. III.

[Berks.] Westildele in Cumptone hundred. 17½ virgates land, whereof each virgate renders 5s. yearly and customs worth 12d., ? held by the prior of Saundelford, ? by Sir Roger de Beuchamp, and ? by William de Abintune.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Dorset, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. Inq. Sunday after the Purification.

Dorset. Little Curchull. 1 fee held by William de Brudeport.
Bradeford. ½ fee held by Ralph de Stopham.
Kingeston manor. 1 carucate land held by Henry son of Elias in socage rendering 6s. yearly.
Up Wymburn. 1 hide land held by Robert Trenchefeyl in socage rendering 6d. yearly.
Pimperne. 1 fee held by Ralph de Nevile and William his brother, sometime knights, who gave the same in frank almoin to the priory of Brummore.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Sussex, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. Inq. (undated) (? belonging to Sussex).

[Sussex ?] No fees or advowsons are known.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Essex, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. Endorsed with return, viz.—

[Hertford.] Ware. 1 knight's fee held by the said Roger of the honour of Leicester.
[Essex ?] Collum Quncy. 2 carucates land held by Robert de Quency, brother of the said Roger.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Lincoln, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. Inq. (undated).

Lincoln. Croxton and Kirington. 100s. land held by John son of Odinel de Albiniaco by knight's service; and 6½ marks land held by William de Sancto Andrea, and 6 marks land held by Amice daughter of Richard de Buslingtorp of Richard son of Richard de Buslingtorp, and by him of the earl, by the like service.
Staynton. 10 marks land held by the same Richard, by the like service.
Wlrickby. 8 bovates land held by John de Launay for 6s. yearly.
Croxton. Two parts of the advowson, which Master Adam de Norfolk holds of the earl's gift; and the third part pertains to Richard de Buslingtorp, who held it of the earl, and William Brandon, the chaplain, holds it of his gift.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Huntingdon, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. Inq. (undated.)

Huntingdon. Dodington in Touleslond hundred. ½ knight's fee held by John de Litlebr'.
Eynisbr'. ? knight's fee held by Sir Thomas de Bercleye and Joan his wife.
Eynisbr'. The advowson of the church, which Master Richard de Clyfford holds of the gift of the countess of Derebi.
Two watermills are held by the abbot of Sautre in frank almoin, of the earl's gift.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Gloucester, 2 Nov. Inq. Friday after St. Matthias, 55 Hen. III.

Gloucester. Ebryton, Pebbewrthe and Clopton manors, held by Ernald de Bosco for 4 knights' fees, and 12d. yearly and 1 brachet, for these and other fees in other counties, and 2 suits at the court of Leicester.
Farncot, Gittinge, Catteslate and Coldecote, held by the same Ernald for 3 knights' fees.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Northampton, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III.
[Northampton.] Inq. (undated.)

Sprotton. 1 fee held by Thomas de Arderne of Henry de Pynkeny, and by him of Roger de Quency, and the same Henry holds elsewhere of the king by barony.
Haldeneby. ½ fee held by Sibyl late the wife of Peter de Haldeneby of Thomas de Arderne, and by him of the said Henry, and by him of the earl.
Hasilbech. 1 fee, with 3 virgates land in Pittesford, held by Richard de Hanred of William Maufe of Sussex, and by him of Philip de Nevill, and by him of the earl.
Waudegrave and Nortoft. ¼ fee held by Thomas le Lord of Waudegrave of William de Nonencurt, and by him of William de Turevill, and by him of Alan de Romely, and by him of the earl.
Maydeford. 1 fee held by Thomas Kyn of William Bordet, and by him of the earl.

Northampton. Inq. (undated).

Astrop. ½ fee held by William de Stapelton.
Farnyngho. 1 fee defended against the earl by the countess of Albemarle, which Ralph de Sancto Amando, Geoffrey Cardun and William Abbot hold in equal portions, but the wardship did not pertain to the earl by reason of many intermediaries.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Cambridge, 2 Nov. Inq. Tuesday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 55 Hen. III.

Cambridge. [Trumpeton ?] 1 fee held by Roger de Trumpeton, yielding scutage; and 1 fee with the advowson of the same town, held by John de Kaylly, yielding scutage, and now held by Master Stephen de Rokelond, by reason of the wardship of the said John's land and heir, by sale from the earl.
Gretton. 1 fee held by Roger de Trumpeton, yielding scutage.
Wynnepol. 1 fee held by Baldwin de Bassingburn, yielding scutage.
The said tenants hold nothing of the king in chief in the county.

Similar writ to the sheriff of Nottingham, 2 Nov. 55 Hen. III. Inq. (undated).

No fees, &c. were held of the earl in the bailiwick, whose wardship pertained to the earl or the king.

Warwick. Extent, Tuesday before St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III.

[Lodbrock.] A messuage with 2½ virgates land, a mill, and the advowson of the church, held by John de Lodbrock.
Napton and Weston. 2 fees and the advowson of Napton church, held by Adam de Napton.
Edelinscote and Milverton. ½ fee held by John Spygirnel.
Weston, Bulkynton, Clifton, Wavre, and Wibtoft. 4 fees held by Ernald de Bosco.
Wlveye. 2 fees held by William de Harcurt, which the abbot of Cumbe held of him in frank almoin excepting scutage.
Sekyndon. 5 virgates land held by Thomas de Caumvile, rendering 25s.
La Hide and Eton, co. Warwick, and Sapecote, co. Leicester. ½ fee held by Thomas le Marescal.
Pakynton. ¼ fee held by Henry Murdac.

[Leicester.] Extent, Monday before St. Gregory, 55 Hen. III.

Brantiston, Honecote, Fryseby, Galby, Stretton, and Norton. 4 fees held by William Burdet.
Esseby, Blacfordeby, Culverdeby, Overton, Glen, Carleton and Rolliston. 4 fees held by Alan la Zuche, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
Butlisby. 1 fee held by John de Werdon, who holds elsewhere of the king in chief.
Wautham. 1 fee answered for by Philip Daubeny, which the abbot of Croxton holds in alms.
Berliston. ? fee held by Richard Finery.
Upton and Burton. 1½ fee held by Robert de la Warde.
Minstirton and Pulteney. 1 fee held by Adam de Napton.
Thorp, Cleybrock, Ailmerstorp, Busseby, Petlyng and Belegrave. 16½ fees held by Ernald de Bosco.
Boseworhe, Seynton and Ailiston. 2 fees held by William de Harcurt, who held elsewhere of the king in chief.
Houtton and Hautherne. ½ fee held by Simon Mallore and Hugh Nanetel.
Leyton. 1 fee held by the countess of Oxford.
Wikyngiston. 40l. land held by the said countess in free marriage of the gift of R. de Quency her brother.
Lokynton. ½ fee held by Roger Basset, and the abbot of Leicester holds it in alms.
Drayton. 1 fee held by Ralph de Lodynton and John Heuse.
Dadelynton and Heyham. ¼ fee held by Henry de Hastynges, who held elsewhere of the king in chief.
Sybbisdon, Schepeye and Heyham. 2 fees held by Thomas de Canvile.
Hemynton. 1 fee held by Thomas de Meynel and Robert de Langeton.
Barkeby. ½ fee held by Robert de Ros.
Dadelynton. 1/16 fee held by John Spygirnel.
Watton. ½ fee held by William de Dive; and ¼ fee by Ralph de Bredon.
Chevysby. ¼ fee held by Robert de Chaucumbe.
Glenefeld. ¼ fee held by Roger Cantevile.
The heirs of the said Roger de Quency are patrons of the abbey of Geridon, Wlvescroft and Charleye; and are advowees of the churches of Syiston, Leyton and Merkinfeld.

Writ to the sheriff of Leicester to enquire what knight's fees Roger de Leyburn and Eleanor his wife hold as dower of the said Eleanor, of the inheritance of Roger de Quency late her husband, in order that Margaret de Ferariis, countess of Derby, Ellen, late the wife of Alan la Zouche, and Alexander Comyn, earl of Buchan (Bochan), and Elizabeth his wife, the co-heirs of the said Roger may know the pourparty which ought to fall to them, 14 Oct. 55 Hen. III. Extent, Saturday after St. Hilary, 56 Hen. III.

Leicester. Knights' fees held in dower by Eleanor de Waus, countess of Winchester.
Brantiston, &c. as above. 4 fees held by Robert Burdet.
Esseby, &c. as above. 4 fees held by Roger la Zuche.
Houton and Hautherne. ½ fee held as above.
Hemynton. 1 fee held as above.
Watton. ¼ fee held by Ralph de Bredon; and ½ fee by Ralph Basset of Drayton.
Mynstirton and Pulteneye. 1 fee held by Adam de Napton.
(See Nos. 587 and 732.)

C. Hen. III. File 40. (9.)

  Marriage Information:

Roger married Ellen DE GALLOWAY, daughter of Alan, Lord of Galloway, and Unknown DE LACY. (Ellen DE GALLOWAY died after 21 Nov 1245.)

  Marriage Information:

Roger also married Matilda DE BOHUN, daughter of Humphrey DE BOHUN, 2nd Earl of Hereford, and Matilda DE LUSIGNAN, before 5 Jun 1250. (Matilda DE BOHUN died on 20 Oct 1252 in Groby, Lincolnshire, England.)

  Marriage Information:

Roger also married Eleanor DE FERRERS, daughter of William DE FERRERS, 5th Earl of Derby, and Sibyl MARSHAL, before 5 Dec 1252. (Eleanor DE FERRERS was born about 1232 in Derby, Derbyshire, England and died before 20 Oct 1274 in Elham, Kent, England.)

Sources


1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Roger de Quincy.

2 Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, and other analogous documents, preserved in the Public Record Office, Vol. I, Henry III, pp. 187-188.

3 Ibid., p. 233.

4 Ibid., pp. 254-258.


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