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    Simon de Framelade[1]

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    • Name Simon de Framelade 
      Gender Male 
      Inq. p.m. 14 Mar 1274  Gloucester Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
      Inquisition post mortem regarding land held by William Maudit, a felon, 
      • Inquisition taken before the Sheriff of Gloucester on Wednesday next after the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 2 Edw. I [1274], by the oath of Walter de Salle, John de Stanhuse, Simon de Fremylade, William le Despenser, Henry le Freman, Roger de Quedeslegh, Peter de Estaneston, William de Wike, Walter de Benhale, Richard Page, Walter Aunfrey, and William de Penbrok, as to whether the ½ virgate of land which William Maudit, who was hanged for a felony, held in Cleyhanger was in the King's hand for 1 year and 1 day or not, what it was worth by the year, &c., who say that
        The said William Maudit held one half virgate of land in Cleyhanger of the Abbey of St. Peter, Gloucester, and that it is worth per annum ½ a mark, and was in the King's hand for 1 year and 1 day. And Peter de Chauvent, then Sheriff, who now holds that land, ought to answer to the King from the said year and day.
        Chan. Inq. p. m., 1 Edw. I, No. 59a.
      Inq. p.m. 17 Sep 1275  Mirivall, Gloucestershire Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
      an Inquisition post mortem regarding land held by John Bohun 
      • Writ dated at Mirivall, 17 September, 3 Edw. I [1275].
        Inquisition made before R. de Berkel', sub-escheator in co. Gloucester, by the oath of Henry de Clyfford, Henry Elyvant, Simon de Fromelade, Peter de Esteneston, Nicholas de Acle, Elias de Cantulupo, Roger le Stok, William Dopping, Thomas de Pudiford, Gilbert de Hereford, Ralph Burgeys, and Henry le Messagir, as to how much land John Bohun held of the King in chief in co. Gloucester on the day of his death, &c., &c.
        The said jurors say that the said John did not hold any land of the King in chief in co. Gloucester, but he held the manor of Esteneston in the said county of Roger de Mules by the service of 1 knight's fee, and it is worth per annum, clear, 40 marks sterling.
        Walter de Bohun is his next heir, and is aged 50 years
        .Chan. Inq. p. m., 3 Edw. I, No. 19.
      Inq. p.m. 27 Sep 1275  Lidington, Gloucestershire Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
      an Inquisition post mortem regarding land held by Humphrey de Boun, Earl of Hereford and Essex 
      • Writ dated at Lidington, 27 September, 3 Edw. I [1275].

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        nquisition made before Richard de Berkel', sub-escheator in co. Gloucester, by the oath of Henry de Clyfford, Henry Elyvaunt, Simon de Fromelade, Roger de Quedeslee, Robert de Mortdefret, Peter de Esteneston, Henry le Messagir, Edmund de Thornhulle, Ralph le Taillur, Hubert le Plumer, Ralph Burgeis, and Elias de Cantulupo, as to how much land Humphrey de Boun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, held of the King in chief in co. Gloucester, and how much of others on the day of his death, &c., &c.
        The said jurors say that the said Humphrey held the manor of Whitenhurst of the King in chief, by what service is not known, and is worth per annum, clear, £23 13s. 4d. He also holds 2 parts of the manor of Suham of the Bishop of Worcester by the service of coming once to the Court of the said Bishop of Clyve and by the service of 1 knight's fee and a half, together with Colesburne and Cundicote, and they are worth per annum, clear, £15 0s. 1½d,
        Humphrey de Bohun, son of Humphrey de Bohun, junior, is the next heir of the said Humphrey, and is aged 24 years and more.
      Inq. p.m. 14 Apr 1281  Gloucester Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
      an Inquisition post mortem regarding land held by Maurice de Berkeley 
      • The following was recorded under the name of Simon de Fromilade: 14 April 1281, Gloucester: Extent made at Gloucester on Monday in the Morrow of Easter, 9 Edw. I [1281], by the oath of John de Stanhuse, Simon de Fromilade, John Achard, Peter de Stintescumb, John the Clerk of Stunleg', Peter de Estinton, Nicholas le Mareschal, William de Burgo, Robert de Clepenn, Robert de Draycote (?), Robert de Bradestan, and Walter de Egeton of the lands and tenements which were of Maurice de Berkele, deceased, in co. Gloucester, who said that...
        Chan. Inq. p. m., 9 Edw. I, No. 27.
      witness 22 May 1300  [4
      perambulation of the Forest of Dene 
      • Is it presumed that the 'Simonis de Fromelode' is the same person as noted in the IPMs. He is recorded as having taken part in a perambulation of the Forest of Dene as one of the Verderers of the Forest.
      _UID 65A65C0D0E543A4BA26FC2E1577F580A4783 
      Person ID I1598  Farmiloe
      Last Modified 20 Jan 2013 

    • Notes 
      • Writ dated at Lidington, 27 September, 3 Edw. I [1275]:
        Inquisition made before Richard de Berkel', sub-escheator in co. Gloucester, by the oath of Henry de Clyfford, Henry Elyvaunt, Simon de Fromelade, Roger de Quedeslee, Robert de Mortdefret, Peter de Esteneston, Henry le Messagir, Edmund de Thornhulle, Ralph le Taillur, Hubert le Plumer, Ralph Burgeis, and Elias de Cantulupo, as to how much land Humphrey de Boun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, held of the King in chief in co. Gloucester, and how much of others on the day of his death, &c., &c.
        The said jurors say that the said Humphrey held the manor of Whitenhurst of the King in chief, by what service is not known, and is worth per annum, clear, £23 13s. 4d. He also holds 2 parts of the manor of Suham of the Bishop of Worcester by the service of coming once to the Court of the said Bishop of Clyve and by the service of 1 knight's fee and a half, together with Colesburne and Cundicote, and they are worth per annum, clear, £15 0s. 1½d,
        Humphrey de Bohun, son of Humphrey de Bohun, junior, is the next heir of the said Humphrey, and is aged 24 years and more.

    • Sources 
      1. [S1] GEDCOM file imported on 4 January 2012.

      2. [S213] I.p.m. Madge Part IV (Reliability: 2).
        Provided by FONS.

      3. [S213] I.p.m. Madge Part IV (Reliability: 2).
        Provided by FONS

      4. [S322] Register of Bishop John de Trillek, ff.116v-117v.
        Text provided by FONS