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GORMANSTON REGISTER.

CALENDAR.

f. 1.

FREE Tenants, by Royal SERVICE IN THE County KILDARE,

OF WILLIAM LOWNDRYS,

W ILLIAM BRAYNOKE holds at Braynokyston 5 carucates of land; and

does suit thereout, and 208. royal service when it arises; and the marriage is worth 401. of silver.

Maurice son of Richard holds at Ballycotellan 5 carucates of land and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 80 marks.

Matthew Flemynge holds at Flemyngestowne 4 carucates of land; and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 401.

William Kerdyn holds at Fenoniston 4 carucates of land; and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 401.

Philip Kerdyfe holds at Rahoskyr 8 carucates of land ; and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 401.

Henry Harole holds Sigineston, near the Nace, 3 carucates of land; and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 80 marks.

All these tenants hold severally of sir William de London.

Maur. son of Maurice holds Ramore and Maynothe by the service of 3 knights and a half, viz. 71.

Nich. Barbedor, in same barony, 10 carucates in Yagoyston by the water; and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 401. when it happens.

John Flemyng holds there in Molacar 4 carucates of land; and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 201.

Simon Flatisbery holds at Joneston 5 carucates of land ; and does suit of court, and 208. royal service. Marriage worth 100 marks.

Same Simon holds at the town of Yagoyston, by the Nace, 6 carucates of land ; and does suit of court, and 128. rent yearly.

Also of Ynchebristelan, a foal, or the price, per annum, of royal service.

All these hold in parcenary of the three parceners, viz.: of sir

William de London, George de Rupe, and Milo Byrte. Also Thomas Lange holds at Bowdwyneston 20 carucates; and renders suit of court, and 408. royal service; and the marriage is worth 201.

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GORMANESTON, with its demesnes and mills, is worth by the year 901. 128. 7d. ; customs, 201. ; court, 41.

Droheda by the year, 271. 138. 4d.; also after the life of G. Barnewode, 208. Dublin, 408. Preston, 101. Ballymadon, 481. Nobyr, 301. 17d. (whereof to the sister Ka., 41.). Kylcarthi, 61. 6s. 8d. (whereof to the sister Ka., 61.).

Reversions after children: Kynlys, 251. Fyngalleston, 61, 138, 4d. Rowlandeston, 41. 28. Gaffeney, 508. Tankarteston, 31. Kenrakeeston, 81. Tyllakhtypper, 101. Kyllussy, 81. Dunmurhill, 51. 28. 8d. . Howeteston, 61. 138. 9d. (whereof to the earl of Ormonde, 4 marks).

Also after the lady Jo. and brother R. and heirs male, 50 marks in the Nynche, Rogereston, Mynyghteston, Stamen, and Droheda. Also after Thomas Preston and his heirs male, 50 marks. Also after Thomas Bakon and his heirs male, 80 acres. Also after Thomas Howlande and his heirs male, 5l. Also of divers in Droheda and Preston.

f.id.

Robert lord of Haryngeton took to wife Elizabeth, one of the daughters and heirs of sir John Molton, and had issue, Robert H. and John H. and two daughters, which Robert, brother of John, had issue John H., who died in Ireland, which John had issue Robert, which Robert had William, which William had a daughter and heir, and married to Bonewill who had William Bonewille, which William had one daughter and heir, who now lives. (In the 15th year of Edward IV.)

Anno xviio Edward II., appeared sir William de Bremyngeham.

xixo Edward II., William de Bremyngham appeared and sat above Baldewyn le Flemyng as appears in the roll of said year.

iiio Edward III. William son of Peter de Bremyngham is noted in the roll of said year before Baldewyn le Flemyng (Primus notatur in rotulo anno predicto quam Baldewynus).

xlivo Edward III. Robert Preston, knight, is noted in the roll of said year, higher than Simon Flemynge, baron of Sclane.

xviiio Richard II., in the King's presence, Robert Preston, knight, is noted in the roll of said year higher than Thomas Flemynge, knight.

io Henry IV. Christopher de Preston, knighi, is noted on the roll higher than Thomas Flemyng, baron of Sclane.

Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, had one son called William and six daughters, which William had one daughter who married Lionel, duke of Clarence. Of the six daughters, the first married Robert, King of Scotland ; the second married Maurice fytz Thomas, earl of Desmond; the third married Thomas fytzJohn, earl of Kildare; the fourth married the earl of Gloucester; the fifth married John, earl of Louth; and the sixth married John Multon of Egremownde, which John Multon had f. 1d.

fiid three daughters heiresses begotten of her, of whom the first, Johanna, married the Lord Fytz Water; the second, Elizabeth, married Robert, lord of Haryngton, who begot of her John and Robert, and afterwards said Elizabeth married Walter de Bermyngham, who begot of her Walter and Margaret, which Walter died without heir of himself, but had said Margaret the sister as heir, which Margaret married Robert de Preston, knight, who begot of her Christopher Preston, knight, who begot Christopher Preston, knight, late deceased, who begot Robert Preston, knight, now living. And the third daughter of said John Multon, Margaret, married Thomas de Luci.

Memorandum that earl Richard Stranbow gave the barony of Naas, f. 2. and Wykenlowe, to Maurice Geroldd, who had a son and heir, William son of Maurice. He married Mahaut de Pontearch, and they had three sons, David son of W., William son of W., and Maurice son of W. which David married Matilda, daughter of Hugh de Lacy, earl of Ulster, and Lecelina, sister of Thomas de Verdon. They had issue William son of David, and Matilda daughter of David. And William had three sons, William, Hugh, and Robert, and they died without heirs. And said Matilda, daughter of David, married John le Botyller. They had five daughters, Matilda, Margaret, Johanna, Rosia, and Lecelina. Matilda married W. de Loundres, who begot William Loundres, which William had a son and heir William Loundres. And said Margaret married Richard, nephew of said W. Loundres, who begot Alexander de Loundres, and two daughters, Gild' and Alice And said Alexander gave his purparty of said barony to William son of William Loundres, which William son of William begot the third William Loundres, who had John for son and heir and two daughters, Elizabeth married to Christopher de Prestoune, and Margaret, married to John Brune. Said John son of William died without, &c. And so the inheritance descended to said daughters. And said Johanna, third daughter of said J. Botillere, married to Walter Lenfaunt, died without heirs. Also said Rosia, married to sir Gerald de Rupe, bore George; and George, John, who gave his purparty to John Graunsett.

Also said Lecelina, the sister married to sir Geoffrey Bryt, bore Milo and Philip. And Milo gave his purparty in said barony to Philip; and Philip had a son and heir Geoffrey; and Geoffrey, John Byrte (who) had sisters heiresses, of whom one called Petroca Byrte married Edmund Pouere, and bore Robert Pouere, whose purparty was assigned in the barony of Nace, the purparty of Byrte, of the town of Nace, Balligene, and Magdenheyes. And said Robert gave to said Thomas Brit, Ballygene, and Maydenheyes, with appurtenances, which "Thomas Brit gave to sir Christopher de Preston, the manors of Surnyng, Ballygene, and Maydenheyes, with appurtenances.

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Robert Baron presented to the vicarage of Wykenlowe a certain sir
Alexander, chaplain. And sir William Loundres presented sir Thomas,
chaplain. And said sir Geoffrey presented sir Robert Lawles. And
John Grauntsett presented Elyas Lawles.

A.D. 1348. 6 of the ides of January. Death of Walter Abbi (or the
White), vicar of Tyllathtyper.
A.D. 1347.

5 of the nones of March. Death of sir John Braynok, vicar of same.

A.D. 1303. 10 of the kalends of June. Death of lady Matilda la
Botillere, lady of same.

A.D. 1335. 17 of the kalends of September. Death of John de
Grauntsett, who gave 708. to S. John of Naas.
A.D. 1349.

Death of Thomas fitzThomas Schenahg.
A.D. 1408. Christopher de Preston, knight, presented John Mannyng,
chaplain, to the rectory of Leckagh.

Death of lady Isabella de Lacy, formerly wife of sir Henry de Misset, knight, who had the manor of Clone for her dower. 1271.

Death of John Loundres, and of his wife, lady Nichola de Tuyte, lady of Athboy, mother of Vylmyne de Loundres, senior, knight. 1284.

Death of Vilmyne de London, senior, knight. 1314.

Death of Richard de London, knight, son of said Vilmyn de London. 1348.

Death of William de London, knight, second son and heir of said Vilmyn London. 1370.

Death of Richard de London, lord of Cloun, son of William London the second. 1383.

Death of William de London, knight, the third, brother of said Richard de London, and heir of sir William de London, knight, the second. 1386.

Death of sir William de Montenay, knight. 1314.

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f. 3.

Manor of Castelton near Athboy contains 198 acres of arable land, 24 a. meadow, 12 a. “ley," the acre per annum 16 pence; 3 orchards per annum, 38. Sum per annum, 151. 158.

Iryston contains 60 a.—the acre per annum, 10d. Sum, 508.

Newton of Athfallyn contains 92 a.—the acre per annum, 12d. Sum, 41. 128.

Hugyneston contains 70 a.-whereof 54 a. yearly 14d.; 8 a., 12d.; 8 a., 10d.; and an orchard yearly, 12d. Sum yearly, 31. 188. 8d.

Balrath contains 100 a.—the acre yearly, 12d. Sum yearly, 51.
Plokeston contains 31 a.- —the acre yearly, 121. Sum yearly, 318.
Chief rent of Horsyneston. Sum yearly, 31. 188. 8d.

Kilghelan contains 120 acres--whereof 80 a. yearly, 12d.; 40 a. yearly, 10d. Sum yearly, 51. 138. 4d.

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