Reference: SC 8/103/5131
Petitioners: Peter Corbet, heir to Roger de Vautort; Henry Pomeroy, son and heir of Henry de Pomeroy.
Addressees: King and Council.
Places mentioned: Cornwall; Trementon, [Cornwall].
People mentioned: Roger de Vautort; Henry de Pomeroy; Edward I, King of England; Edmund [Plantagenet], Earl of Cornwall; Roger Brabazon.
Note: Notes on the guard of this petition date it c. 1318.
"To our Lord the King and his council, shew Peter Corbet and Henry, the son of Henry de la Pomeray, cousins and heirs of Roger de Vautort... The record then states, that the petitioners at the last parliament, had prayed the King that whereas the said Peter and Henry, father of Henry, sued by petition before King Edward I. and demanded by said petition the castle of manor of Tremynton, the towns of Esse, Sutton, Tamerton, and Makerton, and the manor of Calstok, with the fees appurtenant thereto as their right and reversion; by reason that the said Roger de Vautort, whose heirs they are, gave the same castle and manors to Richard Earl of Cornwall, in tail, with reversion to said Roger de Vautort and his heirs; and they produced the deed of earl Richard, testifying the same.... 2