Herefordshire Record Office
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Inquisitions Edward III
Theobald de Verdon, de Verdoun or de Verdun. […]
Wales. Inq, 20 August 1327. Ewyas Lacy. The castle with a close, which is of no value on account of the cost thereof, 2 carucates of land, etc (extent given), including 6s ‘leirwite’, a moiety of three mills, pleas, etc and tolls of fairs and markets of a moiety of the manor, and a custom among the bondmen called ‘Kylgh’.
Endorsed. The heirs though warned came not nor sent anyone on their behalf. […]
Wales. Inq 20 March 1328. Ewyas Lacy. The castle with a close, which is of no value being in ruins, 2 carucates of land and 6 acres of meadow, leyrwite, three mills, of which one moiety belongs to the castle, and the other moiety to the lord of Mortimer (de Mortuo Mari), £16 rent, tolls of fairs and markets, and a custom among the bondmen called ‘Kilgh’.
Endorsed. No one on behalf of the heirs was present at the taking of the inquisition. […]
[Inquisitions Post Mortem, 1 Edward III (V11, p83)]
In typescript records of ancient documents relating to Herefordshire; Vol 10, p4-6