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Name index to Chancery inquisitions post mortem, Henry V- Richard III (C138-C142).

Name index to Chancery inquisitions post mortem, Henry V- Richard III (C138-C142).

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Published by List & Index Society in London .
Written in English


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SeriesList & Index Society -- vol.269
ContributionsList & Index Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v (various pagings) ;
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Open LibraryOL17433810M


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) [List and Index Society], Each file is usually made up of the documentation of inquisitions post mortem following the deaths of about twenty persons. The actual number of inquisitions in each file is likely to be rather greater than twenty, given that a tenant might well have held lands in more than one county, in which case separate inquisitions were required to be conducted in each shire  › Home.

The Chancery archive of Inquisitions Post Mortem. CIPM xx, for Robert Langdon, is an unusual entry in relating to an IPM that (as we shall see, contrary to the calendar entry) no longer survives. It reads in full as follows: This inquisition is now missing from the file but is probably to be identified with CIPM XIX, no.

It is summarised in CFRpp. The Richard III Society has most generously agreed to a large grant that makes it possible to calendar the inquisitions post mortem for Richard III ().

The existing calendars run frombut with a large gap from including the Wars of the Roses that needs to be The Chancery series for Henry III – Henry VI are now searchable on our catalogue, by county, name and peerage title.

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem. There are detailed summaries of the contents of each inquisition in the Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, which cover to and is available in our reading rooms. The standards /research-guides/inquisitions-post-mortem. Inquisitions post mortem (sometimes known as escheats) are among the most 'genealogist-friendly' of records, and were a mainstay of traditional medieval were inquiries, undertaken after the death of a feudal tenant in chief (that is, a direct tenant of the crown), to establish what lands were held and who should succeed to them.

They survive from around until the   Henry V and Henry VII, we know, squeezed all the profit they could from the system: was Richard more or less grasping, or perhaps more lackadaisical.

We shall soon be able to know. The Richard III Society has decided to fund the creation of a calendar of inquisitions post mortem for Richard III: an obvious gap in what is known, but also an act.