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Fine Rolls 1401-1500

Place name:

Ewyas Lacy




11 March 1406. Grant to John ap Herry, the king’s esquire, in consideration of the good and disinterested service which he has rendered and will render to the king – by mainprise of John Oldecastell of the county of Hereford, knight, and Nicholas Coton of the county of Hereford, esquire – of the keeping of a moiety of the lordship of Ewyas Lacy in South Wales, which is in the king’s hands by reason of the minority of Edmund [Mortimer] son and heir of Roger late earl of March; to hold the same with all profits, revenues and commodities pertaining thereto from Easter next until the full age of the said heir, rendering the extent thereof yearly.

[Calendar of Fine Rolls, Henry IV (1405-1413, p29)]


In typescript records of ancient documents relating to Herefordshire; Vol 5, p79

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