Abstracts of inquisitiones post mortem for Gloucestershire returned into the Court of Chancery during the Plantagenet period.
abstracted by Ethel Stokes.
Part 6, 33 Edward III to 14 Henry IV, 1359-1413 /
|Summary:||Inquisitiones post mortem were concerned only with the property held "in chief" by the deceased, and were requisite in order to ascertain the feudal rights which accrued to the Crown upon the death of any tenant in chief. |
|Published / Created:||
Issued to the subscribers by the British Record Society,
|Series:||Index library (British Record Society) ;
v. 47. |
|Notes:||Physical description: x, 266 p. ; 26 cm. (large and 8vo). |
Added title page title: Inquisitiones post mortem for Gloucestershire, vol. 6