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In the West Country it was said that all the gentry were cousins.

Marriages between the few families at the top of society
made for convoluted and intertwined family trees


 In medieval times the basic administrative unit was the manor. Ideally a manor was enough land to support a cavalryman - a knight's fee.
He needed not only food and clothing for himself and his family, but armour, weapons and horses and the measure of a knights fee varied
according to the quality of the land


Each landed knight or gentleman in that time held his land from an overlord,  the King or one of his (royal) family, in Cornwall The Duchy of Cornwall , or from the Church, which had vast land holdings - the price was a knights service  and in England about  there were about 5,000-6,000 knights' fees.   This was the feudal system a means by which the throne provided the monarch with fighting men and naturally the  sons of these land holders followed in their father's footsteps.

Whilst titles were inherited  a knighthood was not and as a code of chivalry developed in the Middle Ages, so the prestige of being a knight rose,  and with it the expense of maintaining armour animals and entourage and all the trappings.


A baronetcy is the only British hereditary honour which is not a peerage and the baronetage, as a class, are considered members of the gentry and rank above the knightage.
A baronetcy does not confer nobility and is not a knighthood and a baron  is a commoners, not a noblemen.
Thus whilst  baros, such as the Pomeroys might bear the title 'Sir', many of them were not knighted although a few were.


For example

Sir Henry Pomeroy died 1481 and his 1st wife Alice Raleigh of Fardel,     He was not a knight . His 2nd wife was Anna Camell widow of Henry Barrett of Whiteparish  and grandmother of Agnes Kelloway who married this husband's son Thomas . She was also widow of Thomas Gyles of Totnes

                                                                                                                                              


  1. The heir was Sir St Clere Pomeroy ( he was knighted) He married Catherine Countenay in Spetember 1462. He died about a month after the Battle of Tewkesbury 1471, during the Wars of the Roses, fighting  on the Lancastrian side. She afterwards married Thomas Rogers and then Sir William Huddersfield by whom she had children.

  2. His brother Sir  Richard Pomeroy, was knighted,Knight of the Bath, by Henry VII at the coronation of Elizabeth of York in 25 November 1487, after became Baron Pomeroy. He was married 1st in the 1460's to Dame Anne (family unknown) and had at least one son and possibly two (Henry) and Richard of Wells. He married a second time in 1473 to the exceedingly wealthy Elizabeth Densil widow of Martin Fortesque of Filliegh. They continued the family line  with 2 sons and 2 daughters.

  3. John Pomeroy - AJP believes he is head of the tree at Collaton in Newton Ferrers. He  married an un-named daughter of Strode family . He inherited the property at Collaton from his grandmother Margaret Beville when she died in 1461. John had only one child of record, a  son , Andrew Pomeroy who  married Ann Matthews  who came from an impossibly large family of 28 siblings , the children of her father, Sir George Matthew of Rhyde in Wales by his 6 wives. Her mother Catrin Herbert was of the family of Herbert, one of the most famous family of Knights and legendary warriors of medieval England, owners of Raglan Castle and  close supporteres of the Crown.
  4. Sister Agnes Pomeroy married George Maleverer, possibly of the Yorkshire family of knights
    Agnes
    may also have been called Anne, in which case she 3 times 1st to Robert Budockshide, 2nd Nicholas Stukely before she finally married George Maleverer outliving all three.

  5. Sister  Elizabeth Pomeroy married Humphrey Courtenay , brother of Catherine Courtenay, and had 2 children

  6.  Sir Thomas Pomeroy, also knighted, with his brother Richard, made a Knight of the Bath 1487. He married Agnes Kelloway who was step-grandaughter of his father Sir Henry Pomeroy, (born to his second wife, Anna Camell, by her first husband, William Barrett )  They also had children 2 sons and 3 daughters before Thomas died and Agnes remarried. Her 2nd husband was the wealthy Thomas Bowring of Bowringsleigh near Kingsbridge in the South Hams of Devon.

A few of the many Records from earlier generations 

Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/2b  n.d. late 13th century
Contents: Deed of gift
1. Henry of la Pomereye son of Henry of la Pomereye and Isabella Bathon
2. Richard Gale
Premises: all that piece of land in the manor of Bery Pomereye which lies between the road leading from Bridgetown to Peynton( Paignton) on the south and the road from Westeton to Bery on the north, and the ditch of the close of the prior and convent of Merton on the east rent: 4/10½d p.a.
Witnesses: Robert of Esse, then steward of Bery, Laurence of Bodenyle, Walter Do, Stephen Carpenter, William Antemer, Geofferey of la Worthie then reeve of Briggeton, Thomas Spicer, clerk
Seal: coat of arms and seal of Henry de la Pomereye.
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/2a  1280
Contents: Quit claim
1. Richard of Poghehille
2. Henry of la Pomeraie
Premises: three furlongs of land with commons of wood which belong to the furlongs, in the manor of Bery, which 2. held for life from 1., that is, one furlong in Holewelle which William le Pawner held and two furlongs which Richard le vicar held in Crondel and Affewelle, and two shillings yearly which 1. received from the vicar of Bery
Consideration: £8
Witnesses: Sir Peter of Fissacre and Sir Nicholas of Kyrham knts., William of Penilles, Ralph Bloyan, William Boreger
Date: Stockeg., the morrow of St Dionysius, 8 Edward I
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13th century

Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/1b  n.d c.1267
Contents: Quit claim
1. Ralph, abbot of the church of St Mary of Valle in Normandy and the convent of the same place
2. Sir Henry of la Pomereye
Premises: all 1.'s claim to land in the town of Bery which 2. holds by ordinance of the venerable father W. bishop of Exeter and by grant from the prior and convent of Merton
Seals: 1st seal, vesica, the abbot, inscription damaged; 2nd seal, virgin and child, damaged, with counter-seal, damaged, '[BEA]TE.MARIE.DE.VALL[E]'
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/1a  1267
Contents: Deed of warranty
1. Gilbert prior of Merton and the convent of the same place
2. Sir Henry of 1a Pomeroy
Warranty against the Abbot and convent of Valle in Normandy of all lands and tenements which the Abbot and convent once held in 2.'s manor of Bery and which 2. now hold by grant from 1.
Date: St Vincent, martyr, 1267
Seal: virgin and child 'SIGM.ECCLESIE.SAN[CTE].[M]ARIE.DE.MERITONA'. obverse, the abbot standing with his hand raised in blessing
'TUNDI.LUCERNA.NO[N].[AU]GUSTINE.GUBERNA'.
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/23/1  1213
Contents: Grant for 9 years
1. Henry of Pomeroy son of Henry of Pomeroy and Alice of Vere
2. Reginald Beaupeil
Premises: all 1.'s land of Brudon
Consideration: 90 silver marks, being 10 marks for each year the said Henry of Pomeroy, Geoffrey of Pomeroy his brother, John the cleric, Reginald Beaupeil, and Richard his son have made on oath to faithfully keep this agreement
Witnesses for Henry of Pomeroy: William of Prahall, Elias Coffin, Oliver Malherb, Robert of Carnuo, Ralph of Fomicyn, Geoffrey Coffin, William of Pomeroy
Date: the feast of St Michael, 15 John  Seal: oval, a bird with outstretched wings, "SIGIL. REGINALDI. [ ]"

14th century

Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/12/2  1378
Contents: Grant
1. Sir John of la Pomeroy knt.
2. John Polkesfenne, tailor, of Dartmouth
Premises: all the trees or wood growing on a bank of the garden of 1. at Estwaschbourne, which bank encloses the said garden on the north. 2. is to have the right of ingress and egress to cut down trees and take them away until the next feast of St Michael, and he is to leave some trees growing on the bank so that it is well and conveniently hedged
Date: Berry Pomeroy, Wednesday, the feast of the Conversion of St Paul the Apostle, 1 Richard II 1378
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/1  1349
Contents: Quit claim
1. Richard of Sandrigge, brother and heir of Henry of Sandrigge
2. Sir John of Grandisone, bishop of Exeter and Sir Otho of Grandisone knt., his brother
Premises: all 1.'s right to all the messuages, lands and tenements of Sandrigg in the manor of Paignton, which 2. hold by gift and feoffment of Thomas Hawardyn
Witnesses: Thomas of Corteney, Henry of Pamera (Pomeroy ) the younger, knts., Richard of Chusildene, Peter of Clyfford, Richard of Campo Arnulph, Nicholas of Kirkham, John of Christow
Date: Chudleigh, 20th April, 23 Edward III 
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/1a  1362
Contents: Deed of gift
1. John of Grandisson, bishop of Exeter
2. Sir Edmund of Arundell knt., and 1.'s dear niece Sibilla his wife
Premises: all 1.'s messuages, lands and tenements of Sandrigge in the manor of Peyngton together with the rents and services as much of the free tenants as of the others for the same tenements and lands, to be held by Edmund and Sibilla, and Sibilla's heirs
Witnesses: Sir John of Montacute and Sir Henry of 1a Pomeray the younger, knts., also Osbert Hamely, John of Clyfford, William Braibrok
Date: our manor of Chudleigh, 18th May, 36 Edward III (
Seal: the Virgin and Child with Sts Peter and Paul either side, underneath is the bishop with his mitre and crozier kneeling in prayer "TU FAVEAS ANNIS [?Patri tecc] VIRGO IOHANNIS"

(Bishops of Exeter had a palace at Chudleigh which occupies an east/west orientated site, and mainly falling within the modern boundaries of Palace Farm (c1695) in Rock Road, a little to the south of the town It is under the care of English Heritage .)
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 Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/2  1371
Contents: Quit claim
1. John of Montacute, knt.
2. Thomas of 1a Pomeray
Premises: all 1.'s right in all the lands and tenements in Sandrugge, which 1. and 2. recently recovered jointly by a judgement in the king's court by a writ of right against Edmund of Arundell knt., and Sibilla his wife, by the name of one messuage, one carrucate and a half of land, and seven acres of meadow in Gabrielestoke and Paignton
Witnesses: Guy of Bryene, Henry of 1a Pomeray, William of Botreaux, John Daumarle, knts., Henry Percehay, John Cary, William Cary
Date: 1st May, 45 Edward III Seal: round, shield with three lozenges, a helm and a bird with outstretched wings, "[S.] IOHIS.DE.MONTEACUTO"
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 Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/3  1371
Contents: Quit claim
1. Osmon of Arundell knt.
2. Nicholas of 1a Pomeray and Thomas of 1a Pomeray
Premises: 1.'s right to lands and tenements in Sandrugge in the parish of Gabrielstoke
Date: 4th May, 45 Edward III  Seal: shield with coat of arms
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/4  1376
Contents: Deed of gift
1. Roger Pole of Dartmouth
2. Thomas of 1a Pomeray
Premises: all 1.'s tenements and lands in Wylle and Aleborne in the parish of Stoke Gabriel - Well Farm & Aleborne
Witnesses: John of 1a Pomeray, John Daniel knts., William of 1a Pomeray, Nicholas of 1a Pomeray, Nicholas of Kyrham, William Greneway
Date: Wylle, Friday before the feast of St Michael the Archangel, 50 Edward III  Seal: round, four-footed winged creature, "XPRDIVESN"
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/5  1376
Contents: Power of attorney
1. Roger Pole of Dartmouth
2. Robert Irlond chaplain and John Gerneys to give seisin to:
3. John of 1a Pomeray
Premises: lands and tenements in Wille and Aleborn in the parish of Stoke Gabriel
Date: Dartmouth, Friday before the feast of St Michael the Archangel, 50 Edward III
Seal: same matrix as 3799M-0/ET/19/4
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/6  1378
Contents: Quit claim
1. Constance, who was wife of Roger Pole of Dartmouth
2. Thomas of 1a Pomeray
Premises: all 1.'s right in lands and tenements in Wylle and Yealleborne, by reason of dower from Roger Pole, once 1.'s husband
Date: Dartmouth, Thursday after the Nativity of the BVM., 2 Richard II
Seal: round, six pointed star


15th Century
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/7  1404
Contents: Deed of gift
1. Edward Pomeray
2. Robert Saundre vicar of the church of Stoke Gabriel and Thomas Cornwale chaplain
Premises: all 1.'s messuages, lands and tenements in Saundrygge, Wille, Teynghervy, Wellecombe, Wallys and Lake
Witnesses: Thomas Bevyle, Roger Ley and Roger Brendon
Date: 14 June, 5 Henry IV
Seal: small, rectangular, initial I
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/8  1404
Contents: Deed of gift
1. Robert Saundre, vicar of the church of Stoke Gabriel, and Thomas Cornewale, chaplain
2. Edward Pomeray and Margaret his wife
Premises: all 1.'s messuages, lands and tenements in Sanndrygge, Wylle, Teynghervy, Wellecombe, Wallys and Lake, which 1. had by gift from Edward Pomeray, to be held by 2. and the legitimate heirs of their bodies
Witnesses: Edward Boson, John Wolhay, Thomas Bernhous, Richard Aysshe, John Bokkeyate
Date: Sanndrygge, Tuesday after the feast of the translation of St Thomas, 5 Henry IV  Seals: small, round, man's head; small, oval, crown and two initials
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/9  1404
Contents: Power of attorney
1. Edward Pomeray and Margaret his wife
2. John Lussher and John Spryng
To take seisin from:
3. Robert Saundre vicar of the church of Stoke Gabriel and Thomas Cornwale, chaplain
Premises: messuages, lands and tenements in the towns of Sanndrygge, Wille, Teynghervy, Wellecombe, Wallis and Lake
Date: Sanndrygge, Tuesday after the feast of the translation of St Thomas, 5 Henry IV  Seals: same matrices as 3799M-0/ET/19/8
(Seisin (or seizin) is the legal possession of a feudal fiefdom (i.e., an estate in land). It was used in the form of "the son and heir of X has obtained seisin of his inheritance", and thus is effectively a term concerned with conveyancing in the feudal era. In the feudal age, the king alone "owned" all the land of England by his allodial right; all his subjects merely held tenures in fiefs, that is to say estates-in-land.)
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/23  1404 ( was this what they did when the knight went off to fight? put thier estates into the hands of other whom they trusted ? )
Contents: Manor and whole estate. Confirmation
1. Edward Pomeray
2. Johanne wife of John of la Pomeroy knt. ( de Merton)
Premises: all the manor of Berry Pomeroy with Worth, Weston, Boreton and Bruggeton Pomeroy
Warranty against the Abbot of Buckfast and his successors and Elias Penyls and his heirs
The confirmation is to be void if 2., after the death of John, enters in on any manors, lands or tenements belonging to John in Stockleigh Pomeroy, Brixham and Harberton,
 or if 2. grants or leases to anyone her estate in the manor of Berry Pomeroy with Worthy, Weston, Boreton and Bruggeton Pomeray
Witnesses: Richard Champernon knt., John Arundel knt., Walter Raynold, William Ferrers, Edmund Bosoun, Robert Scobehille, Philip Botterord
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/11  1407
Contents: Bourton. Lease for 60 years
1. John of la Pomeray knt., and Johanna his wife
2. William Ryder and Johanna his wife
Premises: all that close of land at Boreton which John Mohoun held   Rent: 7/-
Witnesses: Edward of la Pomeray, John Cole, William Ferrers, Richard Aysshe, Robert Miderhille
Date: Biry Pomeray, 23rd September, 8 Henry IV  Seals: 1st seal, Virgin and Child, with inscription, 2nd seal, a heart, made by a signet ring
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/31  1409
Contents: Park: Deed of grant for 40 years
1. John of la Pomeray knt. and Johanne his wife
2. John Parker and Ricarde his wife
Premises: one close of land in Byry Park which lies on the west boundary of Northtorp with one close of land called Lady Park with free ingress and egress to the same, and with a free way from Lady Park to the water of Byry Park for watering all his animals, which way is limited by the western boundary of the meadow called Brounysmede
Rent: 18/-
Witnesses: Richard Ayshe, William Rydere, Walter Hennebon, John Suddon, Thomas Glaas
Date: Berry Pomeroy, Monday after St Mathias the Apostle, 10 Henry IV
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/10  c.1410
Contents: Bourton. Lease for 60 years
1. John of la Pomeray knt., and Johanna his wife
2. Walter Tracy of Bryggeton Pomeray
Premises: a piece of land at Foredon by Boreton lying between the land of the heirs of William Straa on the north and the highway leading from Bryggeton [Pomeroy] to Exeter on the east, the river Dart on the west and the land of William Wytte on the [south], with a certain river bank by the Dart belonging to the same piece of land, which [ ] Gyldene held from 1. at will
Rent: 2/-
Witnesses: Richard Aysshe, Walter H[ ], William Ryder, John Suddon, John Beaghe
Date: Biry Pomeray, [ ] after the feast of the Purification, [ ] Henry IV  Seal: armorial, no inscription
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 Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/15  1411
Contents:  Longcombe. Lease for 20 years
1. John of la Pomeray knt. and Johanna his wife
2. John Mayon
Premises: all the tenure in Lancombe which William [ ] held
Rent: 19/3d
John and his heirs and assigns are exempt from the office of reeve during the term
Witnesses: William Ryder, Walter [ ], John Suddon, John Parkere, John [ ]
Date: Byry Pomeroy, [ ] after the feast of St Martin, 13 Henry IV  Seal: device surrounded by inscription
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Date: Berry Pomeroy, Friday before the Annunciation, 5 Henry IV Seal: flower shape, 'ihs' in centre~
 Berry Pomeroy
Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/7  1411
Contents: Afton. Lease for 60 years
1. John of la Pomeray knt. and Johanna his wife
2. John Boweton
Premises: all that cottage with curtilage adjacent in Affeton, with all that close of land containing three acres, which were both held by John Suddon
Rent: 4/2d
Witnesses: William Ryder, Walter Hennebon, John Suddon, John Benet, Walter Boon
Date: Byry Pomeray, Monday, the feast of St Clement the Martyr, 13 Henry IV  Seal: eight spoked wheel, no inscription
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/24  1413 
Contents: Licence of alienation
Granted to Edward Pomeray esq. to convey the manor of Berry Pomeroy to John Assh, William Cloueneburgh vicar of Berry Pomeroy, and John Harry vicar of Stoke Gabriel,
who can then reconvey the manor to Edward and Margaret his wife and the heirs male of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of Edward
Date: 12th October, 12 Henry
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/25  1413
Contents: Manor and whole estate. Licence of alienation by letters patent granted to John of la Pomeroy knt., to convey the manor of Berry Pomeroy to Edward Liegh parson of the church of Haccombe,
David Hoghe vicar of Buckfastleigh, Robert Saundre vicar of Stoke Gabriel, who can then reconvey the manor to John and Johanne his wife and the heirs male of his body,
and for default of issue, the manor is to be held by Edward Pomeroy esq., and the heirs male of his body, with remainder to the right heirs of John
Date: 12 September, 1 Henry
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/26  1413
Contents: Manor and whole estate. Deed of gift
1. Edward Liegh parson of Haccombe, David Hoghe vicar of Buckfastleigh and Robert Saundre vicar of Stoke Gabriel
2. John of la Pomeray knt. and Johanne his wife
Premises: the manor of Berry Pomeroy, to be held by 2. and the heirs male of the body of John, and for default of heirs male by Edward Pomeray esq., and the heirs male of his body,
with remainder to the right heirs of John
Witnesses: Hugh Courtenay the elder, Thomas Carru( Carew) , Richard Champernon knts., John Hauley, John Fraunceys esqs.
Date: Berry Pomeroy, 8 October 1 Henry V  Seals: of 2., damaged
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/23/8  1419
Contents: Deed of gift
1. Edward of la Pomeray esq. and Margaret his wife
2. John Bevylle esq., John Aysshe of Lovenetorre, John Smert of Byketon, John Harry vicar of Stoke Gabriel, William Ryder of Totnes, Ralph Kyllyrian, Alan Bogullas and Richard Trenarrak
Premises: all 1.'s messuages, lands and tenements in Stoperstone in Devon
Witnesses: William Bykebury esq., John Prydeaux of Orcharton, John Prydeaux of Adeston, William Fortescu, John Fortescu
Date: Sandrygge, Monday before the Nativity of the BVM, 7 Henry V
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/17/1  1451
Contents: Deed of gift
1. Margaret of la Pomeray, widow
2. William Bourchier knt., lord Fitz Waryn, Henry of la Pomeray esq., Thomas Mannying clerk, Nicholas of la Pomeray esq., John Southcote and John Wode
Premises: 1.'s manor of Berkedon (Barkingdon) and all the messuages, lands, tenements, reversions, rents and services which 1. has in Berkedon, Sperkwyll, Berkedon Hoke, Aylescote and Southdon
Witnesses: Henry Crokke, John Brussheforde, Richard Tukker, Geoffrey Veale, Henry Southcote, Henry Noreys, Thomas Tassell
Date: Monday after the feast of St Michael the Archangel, 30 Henry VI
so Nicholas henry 2 of the 5 sons of Henry & Moels inthe 5 son entail were still livingwhen this was made in 1451
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Date: 1 March, 38 Henry VI

Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/10  1449
Contents: Deed of gift
1. Henry Pomeray esq.
2. Walter Ralegh, Nicholas Raddeford, William Hyngston and Richard Yarde
Premises: all 1.'s messuages, lands and tenements in Sanderygge, Tenghervy, Wille, Bryxham, Herberton, Stokepomeray and elsewhere in Devon and Cornwall
Witnesses: John Dynham and Philip Courtenay knts., John Holeway the elder, Nicholas Bukpond, Henry Norys
Date: Wylle, the feast of St Edmund the king, 28 Henry VI
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/19/11  1449
Contents: Power of attorney
1. Henry Pomeray esq.
2. Henry Southcote and Thomas Harry to give seisin to:
3. Walter Raleigh, Nicholas Raddeford, William Hyngston, and Richard Yard
Premises: lands and tenements in Sanderygge, Tenghervy, Wylle, Bryxham, Harberton, Stokepomeray and elsewhere in Devon and Cornwall
Witnesses: John Dynham and Philip Courtenay knts., John Holeway the elder, Nicholas Bukpond, Henry Norys
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/17/2  1460
Contents: Bond
1. John Wynard
2. John Reymy and Henry Brokke
In 1,000 marks that 1. and Thomas Werthe and Isabel his wife will obey the judgement of Nicholas Hervy, John Orchard and Christopher Cooke on behalf of 1., Thomas and Isabel, and of John Denys, Thomas Dourisshe the younger and William Fouhell on behalf of Margaret of la Pomeray, as to the title to the manors of Berkedon and Sparkewyll and lands and tenements in Hooke in the parish of Ashreigney, also of manors, lands and tenements in Pengerseke, Pengelle and Methele in Cornwall provided that the arbitration is made before the next octave of the Nativity of St John the Baptist
Date: the feast of St Edmund the king, 28 Henry VI
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/ET/2/13  1463
Contents: Fleet. Lease for 60 years
1. Henry of la Pomeray esq., lord of Byry
2. Nicholas Chepyn, Alianora his wife and John their son
Premises: 1.'s mill called Flute Mille in 1.'s manor of Byry with the water course to the said mill of Flute
Term: to begin from the feast of St Michael the Archangel
Rent: for the first five years 6/8d p.a. and afterwards 40/- p.a. for all services except suit of court twice a year at the courts leat at Byry
Witnesses: Henry Southcote, William Kymber, William Randell, Edward Helyer, John Suddon
Date: Byry, the feast of St David the bishop, 2 Edward IV  Seals: three; two initials, one ?armorial device
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Devon Record Office  3799M-0/F/1  1495
Contents: Grant to Richard POMEROY by Margaret, Countess of Richmond and mother of King Henry of the wardship and marriage of James POMEROY son of Andrew POMEROY deceased

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