John de Welbank

Male Bef 1400 -


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  • Name John de Welbank 
    Born Bef 1400 
    Gender Male 
    Note 1405  Yorkshire Inquisitions Find all individuals with events at this location 
    46 YORKSHIRE INQUISITIONS

    Writ addressed to the Escheator, dated at Westminster, 10 Feb., 7 Hen. IV
    [1405-6], directing him to enquire further as to what lands the said
    Thomas Colvyle held.

    j NQUisiTiON taken at Sledemer [?], 5 March, 7 Hen. IV
    ' [1405-6], before Thomas de Pykeryng, Escheator, by the
    oath of John Sturmy, Thomas Grey, Robert del How, John de
    Cowton, Peter de Gaytenby, Robert Lord of Ereom, Richard
    Boteler, Ralph de Foxhols, Hugh Clerynett [?], JohnClerynett [?]
    senior, John de Welbank, and Thomas de Kyrkby of Lang-
    ton. The said Thomas held in his demesne as of fee the manor
    of Cukwald near Neubiirgh, viz. one messuage, 4 oxgangs of
    land and one close called Lasarte in Cukwald, worth yearly
    40s. clear ; they are held of Lord de Moubray, as of his manor
    of Thresk, by knight service. Also the manor of Uppeslond,*
    worth yearly iocs, clear, held of Henry FitzHugh, chivaler,
    by knight service ; also the manor of Yeverslay,^ worth yearly
    10 marks clear, held of Thresk manor aforesaid, by what
    service the jurors do not know. Also the manor of Nunwyk
    near Ripon, worth yearly £10 clear, held of the Archbishop
    of York, as of his manor of Ripon, by what service they do
    not know. Also 4 messuages and 4 oxgangs of land in Thresk,
    worth yearly 40s. clear, held of Lord de Moiibray, by what
    service they do not know ; and 4 messuages and 4 oxgangs of
    land in Kylborn, of the manor of Kylbom, by service un-
    known, worth yearly 40s. clear.

    His heir is John Percy [as above], aged 40 years [sic] and
    more ; which John Percy on Thursday before Ascension day,
    6 Hen. IV. [1405], with Ralph Hastyngs, John Fauconberge,
    John Colvyll and John fitz Randolph, knights, rebelled against
    the King's Majesty ; by virtue of which insurrection of the
    said John Percy the premises belong to the King as forfeitures.

    ' Upsland, par. Kirklington. ' Yearsley, par. Coxwold.



    xLiii. Thomas,* late Earl Marshal, and the King's niece
    Constance, who was his wife.

    (Inquisitions post mortem. Chancery, Hen. I\', file 51.)

    \\'rit addressed to the Escheator, dated at Pountfreyt Castle, 7 Aug.,
    6 Hen. IX [1405], directing him to mquire what tenements were
    held jointly by the said Thomas and Constance.

    j|t Thomas Mowbray, seventh Lord Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham, son
    of Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk, whose Inquisition has been given,
    No. V, He was not allowed tolae Duke of Norfolk, but retained the ofifice
    of Marshal. He joined Archbishop Scrope in the insurrection against
    Henry IV, but being defeated was beheaded at York 10 June, 1405. He
    married the King's niece, Constance, daughter of John Holand, Duke of
    Exeter, who remarried Sir John Grey, K.G.

    The original of this book is in
    the Cornell University Library.

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    YORKSHIRE INQUISITIONS.

    VOL. V.



    THE YORKSHIRE
    ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY-

    Founded 1863. Incorporated 1893.



    RECORD SERIES,

    Vol. LIX.
    FOR THE YEAR 191 8.



    INQUISITIONS POST MORTEM

    RELATING TO YORKSHIRE,

    OF THE

    REIGNS OF HENRY IV AND HENRY V.



    KDITED BY

    W. PALEY BAILDON, F.S.A.,

    AND

    J. W. CLAY, F.S.A.



    PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY.
    1918.
     
    Person ID I594  Welbank1
    Last Modified 1 Jul 2021