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Luuenescote Robert de 1200 Luuenescote Bradworthy Devon Sometime in the 1200s – no specific date, but based on the other Roberts, most likely close to 1280. Reference: AR/1/592 Type of document: Grant of yearly rent and service Joel de Ilmannescote, son of Geoffrey de Biteford = (1) Nicholas de Lottekesford = (2) Consideration: for (2)'s homage and service, and for 1 silver mark. (1), with consent of Agnes his wife, to (2), 4s yearly rent plus 10d, which Jordan de Meddone has been used to pay yearly to (1); namely 22d at Michaelmas and 12d at Christmas, Easter and Sts Peter and Paul, plus the service of Jordan and his heirs, in homage, wards, reliefs, suits, escheats; for (2) and his heirs to hold of (1) for ever. Rent 1/2d silver yearly at Michaelmas, for all service except royal service; (1) and his heirs shall not have relief nor wardship from (2) or his heirs. Warranty; if warranty is not possible, an exchange of equal value from (1)'s land in the manor of Hertilond. Floerus Giffard, Geoffrey de Biteford, Robert de LUUENESCOTE, Henry de Sorfenne, Robert de Fattecote. Ilmannescote [Elmscott, Hartland] Lottekesford [Lutsford, Hartland] Biteford [in Hartland] Luuenescote [Limscott, in Bradworthy] Meddone [in Hartland] Note: n.b. The Dynhams already held Hartland by 1168 (Pipe Roll (printed in volumes of the Pipe Roll Society) 14 Hen II, p. 125, "de terra Roll' de Dinan de Hertilanda"); so this must be dated during their tenure. Cf. another deed involving (1), dated 1268 or later, with some of the same witnesses, AR/1/586. Date: [later 13th century] Held by: Cornwall Record Office, not available at The National Archives Language: English discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/e1f16a8d-b135-4059-9bdb-ecaaf5b3a0ba
Lewenescote Robert de 1281 Lewenescote Sampford Peverell Devon rector of Sampford-Peverell (Sanforde Peverel, MS), 18 July 1281; from the register of Bishop Quivil; Sampford Peverell is about 17 miles north of Exeter and 15 miles southwest of Taunton. books.google.com/books?id=jblgAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA355&lpg=PA355&dq="Lewenescote"
Luvenescote Robertus de 1284 Luvenescote Bradworthy Devon Sometime from 1284-1432, no exact date known. [Hundredum de] Blacktoriton p. 358 - Black Torrington is half way between Okehampton and Bradworthy www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-461341585/inquisitions-and-assessments-relating-to-feudal-aids-ad-1284-1431the#fullscreen Robertus de Luwenscote tenet in Worthy octavum partem j.f. Robertus de Luwenscote tenet in Luwenscote et Brictenestworth[y] terciam partem j.f. [Hundredum de] Freminton p. 371 - Fremington is west of Barnstaple a few miles www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-461341585/inquisitions-and-assessments-relating-to-feudal-aids-ad-1284-1431the#fullscreen Robertus de Luvenescote tenet in Lovenescote di.f. www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-461341585/inquisitions-and-assessments-relating-to-feudal-aids-ad-1284-1431the#fullscreen
Lunescote John de 1300 Lunescote Monke Okehampton Devon Incumbents Instituted to Parishes in Devon, with the names of their Benefices: Lunescote, John de (Monkokehampton) Monkokehamptone [Monke Okehampton, MS], R. On the resignation of his predecessor (for whose name space was left), Sir John de Lunescote, priest, was inst. (at Chudleigh), 15 March 1300/01; Patron, Sir Thomas de Langeforde. archive.org/details/registerofjohnde03exet/page/1405 archive.org/details/registerofjohnde03exet/page/1405
Lymmescote 1314 Lymmescote Devon Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward II, File 37 527. PATRICK DE CADURCIIS alias DE CADURCIS. Writ of certiorari de feodis in Cornwall and Devon, and by whom now held, 8 March, 8 Edw. II [8 March 1314/15]. ... DEVON. Inq. 8 Oct. 9 Edw. II. ... Hokesham and Hovetrewe [alias Hevetruwe], Horwode, Pynhorwode, and LYMMESCOTE [alias LIMYSCOTE]. 2 knights’ fees held by William de Hockesham, which were sometime held of Biry. ... Writ of certiorari de feodis, 8 March, 8 Edw. II. (as above.) [8 March 1314/15] J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward II, File 37', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 5, Edward II (London, 1908), pp. 287-295. British History Online www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol5/pp287-295. [notes in square brackets above found in original; I believe the names listed, including Lymmescote/Limyscote are place names and not surnames: they are places held by what I believe is the knight, William de Hockesham] www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol5/pp287-295
Limyscote 1314 Limyscote Devon Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward II, File 37 527. PATRICK DE CADURCIIS alias DE CADURCIS. Writ of certiorari de feodis in Cornwall and Devon, and by whom now held, 8 March, 8 Edw. II [8 March 1314/15]. ... DEVON. Inq. 8 Oct. 9 Edw. II. ... Hokesham and Hovetrewe [alias Hevetruwe], Horwode, Pynhorwode, and LYMMESCOTE [alias LIMYSCOTE]. 2 knights’ fees held by William de Hockesham, which were sometime held of Biry. ... Writ of certiorari de feodis, 8 March, 8 Edw. II. (as above.) [8 March 1314/15] J E E S Sharp and A E Stamp, 'Inquisitions Post Mortem, Edward II, File 37', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 5, Edward II (London, 1908), pp. 287-295. British History Online www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol5/pp287-295. [notes in square brackets above found in original; I believe the names listed, including Lymmescote/Limyscote are place names and not surnames: they are places held by what I believe is the knight, William de Hockesham] www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol5/pp287-295
Luuescote William of 1332 Luuescote Moretonhampstead Devon 1332 Lay Subsidies; tax 12p www.moretonhampstead.org.uk/uploads/1332.pdf
Luuescote Henry of 1332 Luuescote Moretonhampstead Devon 1332 Lay Subsidies; tax 10p www.moretonhampstead.org.uk/uploads/1332.pdf
Luvenescote Johannes de & Robert 1346 Luvenescote Bradworthy Devon [Hundred de Blaketoriton] p. 407 - Black Torrington is half way between Okehampton and Bradworthy www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-461341585/inquisitions-and-assessments-relating-to-feudal-aids-ad-1284-1431the#fullscreen Johannes de Luvenescote tenet in Worthen [Bradworthy?] viijam. partem j.f. in manerio de Bradworth[y] de honore de Bery, quam Robertus de Luvenescote quondam tenuit. [Google translate: John of Luvenescote holds in Worthen part of the manor Bradworth Bery, which Robert Luvenescote once held.] Johannes de Luvenescote tenet in Bryttenesworth[y] iijam. partem j.f. de honore de Bery, quam Robertus de Luvenescote quondam tenuit. [Google translate: John of Luvenescote holds the Bryttenesworth the j.f. Honor of Bery, which Robert Luvenescote once held.] www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-461341585/inquisitions-and-assessments-relating-to-feudal-aids-ad-1284-1431the#fullscreen
Linscote John de 1347 Linscote Devon Most likely the Linscote near Bradworthy 1347 From The History of the Granville Family, Traced Back to Rollo, First Duke of Normandy, with Pedigrees, etc., by Roger Granville, M.A., Rector of Bideford (1895): https://archive.org/stream/historyofgranvil00gran#page/52/mode/2up Henry de Grenvile left a son and heir, Theobald, who was but four years old at the time of his father's death. During his minority he was ward to Sir John Carew, and on obtaining manhood was knighted. He married Joyce, daughter of Thomas Beaumont, Earl of Mellent. As an instance of the open warfare which was often carried on in the fourteenth century between the secular and ecclesiastical authorities, and of the way in which weapons from the spiritual armoury were brought to bear upon the King's officers, may be mentioned the raid which young Sir Theobald made, as Sheriff of Devon, upon the manor of Tawton [Bishop's Tawton?], near Barnstaple, in the summer of 1347. A suit had arisen upon some disputed presentation, and the court of King's Bench made an order against the Bishop of Exeter for a considerable sum of money. The Sheriff received the King's writ, in which he was directed to enforce execution upon the Bishop's goods and chattels. Accordingly, Sir Theobald, whom Bishop Grandisson designates in his "Register," vol. i. fol. 139, as " juvenis Miles sive Thiro status militaris," on the Saturday after the feast of St. Benedict (July), at the dawn of day, with Thomas de Merton, Richard Tyrel, John de LINSCOTE, John Trenger, and a rabble composed of about 500 persons, proceeded with arms, oftensive and defensive, to the manor of Tawton, and to the glebe and Vicarage house, and forcing premises belonging to the Church, as also houses of free tenants there. archive.org/stream/historyofgranvil00gran#page/52/mode/2up
Luvenescote Sir John 1352 Monke Hampton Devon Monkokehampton; Sir John Luvenescote, R, — License of non-residence for a year, "ex certis causis per ipsum allegatis et per Dominum approbatis" ["approved by the appended and through him, through the Lord, for certain reasons are" or "due to certain reasons by mentioned by the Lord approved"] (Chudleigh, 18 Sept. 1352) babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015022703857&view=1up&seq=523 babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015022703857&view=1up&seq=523
Lymescote Richard & John 1420 Lymescote Bradworthy Devon CP 25/1/45/79, number 4. http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_45_79.shtml County: Devon. Place: Westminster. Date: One week from St John the Baptist, 8 Henry [V] [1 July 1420]. And afterwards two weeks from St John the Baptist, 1 Henry VI [8 July 1423] (after the decease of Joan). Parties: William Boteler of Seteburgh', querent, and Richard Adam and Joan, his wife, deforciants. Property: 4 messuages, 2 tofts, 3 carucates of land, 40 acres of meadow, 60 acres of moor, 77 shillings of rent and rent of 1 pound of wax and of 3 red roses in Seteburgh', Estaisch', Westaisch', Horton', Wynscote, Kysmeldon', Foghelhous, Skottewordy, Lymescote, Brighteneswordy, Depforde, Dodecote and Ferlegh'. Action: Plea of covenant. Agreement: Richard and Joan have granted to William 2 messuages, the tofts, 1 carucate of land, 20 acres of meadow, 20 acres of moor and 57 shillings of rent in the vills of Seteburgh', Estaisch' and Ferlegh', together with the homages and all services of Richard Drewe and Reynold, his son, John Eustace and William, his son, and Thomas White and their heirs in respect of all the tenements which they held before of Richard Adam and Joan in the vills of Seteburgh', Estaisch' and Ferlegh', and have rendered the same tenements to him in the court, to hold to William Boteler and the heirs of his body, of Richard Adam and Joan and the heirs of Joan for ever, rendering yearly 1 rose at the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist, and doing to the chief lords all other services. Richard Adam and Joan have also granted to William Boteler 20 shillings of rent and rent of 1 pound of wax and of 3 red roses, together with the homages and all services of Roger Thorne, Joan, who was the wife of John Hankeford', John Kymbere, John Vygors, John Toly, RICHARD LYMESCOTE and John Goke and their heirs in respect of all the tenements which they held before of Richard Adam and Joan, his wife, in the vills of Westaisch', Horton', Wynscote, Kysmeldon', Foghelhous, Skottewordy, LYMESCOTE, Brighteneswordy, Depforde and Dodecote, and have rendered them to him in the court, to hold to William Boteler, of Richard Adam and Joan, his wife, and the heirs of Joan by the aforesaid services for the life of William Boteler. … Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.) Persons: William Butler, Richard Adam, Joan Adam, Richard Drew, Reynold Drew, John Eustace, William Eustace, Thomas White, Roger Thorne, John Hankford, Joan Hankford, John Kimber, John Vigors, John Tooley, Richard LIMSCOTT, John Goke Places: Sedborough (in Parkham), East and West Ash, Horton (both in Bradworthy), Winscott (in Pyworthy), Kismeldon, Volehouse (both in West Putford), Scotworthy, LIMSCOTT, Brexworthy (both in Bradworthy), Diptford, Dodscott (in St Giles in the Wood), Farleigh (in Diptford) www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/fines/abstracts/CP_25_1_45_79.shtml
Lymscote William 1425 Bradworthy Devon 1425 Hilary Term, 1425, sorted by plaintiff (By Vance Mead) - https://www.uh.edu/waalt/index.php/CP40/656 f__ Images Counties Pleas Plaintiffs Defendants f 892 Devon trespass: close and taking Denyok, Richard, of Exeter Clayte, John, of Exeter, tucker; Reyneward, John, of West Putteford, husbandman; LYMSCOTE, William, of Bradeworthy, laborer; together with Tottescombe, John, of Exeter, gent d 1237 Devon trespass: close and taking Denyok, Richard, of Exeter Clayte, John, of Exeter, tucker; Reyneward, John, of West Putteford, husbandman; LYMSCOTE, William, of Bradeworthy, laborer; together with Tottescombe, John, of Exeter, gent https://www.uh.edu/waalt/index.php/CP40/656
Lymscote John 1426 Tavistock Devon Calendar of the Tavistock parish records - https://archive.org/details/calendaroftavist00wort/page/8 The sacristan of the monastery of Tauystok for an annual oblation at the high cross of the said church iij^ iiij Oblation for the altar of St. Mary the Virgin at the door (in porticu) of the same church vj^ viij*^ For the altar of St. Eustachius xij'^ For the altar of Sts. Thomas and Katherine xij*^^ For the altar of St. Blaise iiij"^ For the altar of Sts. John the Baptist and James the Apostle vj*^ For the altar of the holy Trinity vj*^ For the altar of St. George the Martyr iiij'^^ For the altar of St. Salvator and St. Andrew the Apostle with the chapel of John Dabnoun iiij'^ Paid to the vicar of Tauystok for the time being for the anniversaries of John Cullyng, Sormunde his wife...John LYMSCOTE, Richard Sope and Isabel his wife… https://archive.org/details/calendaroftavist00wort/page/8
Limyscote William 1427 Bradworthy Devon 1427 & 1428 CP 25/1/46/81, number 55. https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/e1f16a8d-b135-4059-9bdb-ecaaf5b3a0ba County: Devon. Place: Westminster. Date: One month from St Michael, 6 Henry VI [27 October 1427]. And afterwards one week from St Hilary in the same year [20 January 1428]. Parties: John Mulys, William Foleford', clerk, John Dabernoun', William Blenche and Thomas Webber, querents, and William Limyscote and Beatrice, his wife, deforciants. Property: 1 messuage, 2 tofts, 2 ferlings of land, 6 acres of meadow and 20 acres of pasture in Bradeworthy and Clauton', which Robert Colyn' and Joan, his wife, hold for the life of Joan. Action: Plea of covenant. Agreement: WILLIAM LIMYSCOTE and Beatrice have acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Thomas, and have granted for themselves and the heirs of Beatrice that the tenements - which Robert and Joan held for the life of Joan of the inheritance of Beatrice in the aforesaid vills on the day the agreement was made, and which after the decease of Joan ought to revert to William Limyscote and Beatrice and the heirs of Beatrice - after the decease of Joan shall remain to John, William Foleford', John, William Blenche and Thomas and the heirs of Thomas, to hold of the chief lords for ever. Warranty: Warranty. For this: John, William Foleford', John, William Blenche and Thomas have given them 100 marks of silver. Standardised forms of names. (These are tentative suggestions, intended only as a finding aid.) Persons: John Mullis, William Fulford, John Dabernon, William Blench, Thomas Webber, William Limscott, Beatrice Limscott, Robert Collins, Joan Collins Places: Bradworthy, Clawton discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/e1f16a8d-b135-4059-9bdb-ecaaf5b3a0ba
Lunescote Richard & John 1428 Devon 1428 Hundred de Blaketoriton p. 457 - Black Torrington is half way between Okehampton and Bradworthy www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-461341585/inquisitions-and-assessments-relating-to-feudal-aids-ad-1284-1431the#fullscreen Inquisicio capta apud Toryton in comitatu Devonie, die Sabbati proximo ante festum Sancte Margarete, virginis, anno regni regis Henrici sexti post conquestum Anglie sexto, coram Johanne Cokworthy et sociis guis, commissionariis et collectoribus cujusdam subsidii feodorum militum eidem domino regi in ultimo parliamento suo apud Westmonasterium tento a laicis concessi in comitatu predicto deputatis, de et super certis feodis militum et partibus feodorum infra hundredum de Blaketoriton, et de personis seisitis et possessionatis in eisdem, prout inferius continetur, de quibus necesse fuerit inquirendum, per sacramentum, &c. :-— Ricardus Lunescote, Johannes Boson et Nicholaus Stephen tenent terciam partem un. f. m. in Bictenesworthy, quam tenent separatim inter se, et nullus eorum tenet integram quartam partem, et quam ab antiquo Johannes le Lunescot quondam tenuit. [Translation: Inquisition held at Toryton in the county of Devon, on Saturday before the Feast of Saint Margaret Mary, H. vi England after the conquest, before John Cokworthy and their ???, commissioners and collectors of certain support fees, the military said the king in the last parliament at Westminister held by lay people who have given county deputies, concerning the specific fees and the fee within the hundred of Blaketoriton, or persons in possession and possessions in the same as the lesser of which need to be investigated, the mystery, Sec. : - Richard Lunescote, John Boson and Nicholas Stephen hold one-third part of the [?] Bictenesworthy which they hold, separately from one another, and no one of them holds the fourth part of the whole, which John Lunescot formerly held.] www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-461341585/inquisitions-and-assessments-relating-to-feudal-aids-ad-1284-1431the#fullscreen
Lymscote Richard 1432 Chagford Devon "Some remarks on the bounds of the Forest of Dartmoor, with special reference to the parishes of Throwleigh, Chagford and Gidleigh." Transactions of the Devonshire Association, vol. 25, (1893) p. 519. archive.org/stream/reportandtransa10artgoog#page/n529/mode/1up [I believe the following took place at the court in Chagford based on p. 517 beginning a section about court proceedings. Based on the chapter title, the Richard Lemescote/Lymscote mentioned is possibly from the north Dartmoor area and not Bradworthy, but further research into the other people mentioned, especially Dyeth, should be carried out to clarify.] Wm. Hexte, Jno. Moltone, Rd. atte Yeo, Jno. Frensche, Geoffr. Halle, heirs of Wm. Waye, Robt. Cary, Rd. LEMESCOTE, make default. ... Rd. LYMSCOTE had assaulted Wm. Deythe with his hand. Wm. Deythe raised a just claim on Rd. LYMSCOTE. The jurors are chosen, who came and made no presentments; another court was held on July 9, 1432; assise of beer produced 4s. 3d.; previous actions of assault are forwarded a Etage, in one case a jury was summoned for fixing damages. ... Wm. [Rd.?] LYMSCOTE demands a jury, for that he had not assaulted Wm. Deythe with his hand. archive.org/stream/reportandtransa10artgoog#page/n529/mode/1up
Lymescote Richard 1471 Tavistock Devon Tavistock is west south west of Okehampton on the western edge of Dartmoor. The Abbots of Tavistock : with views beyond, p. 254. archive.org/details/abbotsoftavistoc00alfo/page/254 From the earliest accounts we have payments of pence made for the various altars, e.g., of St. Eustachius, St. Katherine, St. Blaise, St. John the Baptist, the Holy Trinity, St. George, and St. Saviour. We have also gifts to the vicar at the anniversaries of the deaths of certain persons, who were benefactors of the church, or were for some special reason to be remembered. The number of these grows very rapidly. In 1386 there are payments to Sir Simon, the vicar, for the anniversaries of John Cullyng and Sormunda his wife...the charge being 6d., i,e. one penny for each. By 1426 there are added to these John Glaucestre and Margaret his wife...In 1471 we have most of these names repeated, though some are much altered, e.g., Cullyng has become Collyns; Honte, Hunta; Talant, Tallond; and there are added to them the names of John LYMESCOTE, John Wyndowte and Joan his wife....[p. 255] Often money was left to feed a certain number of the poor at these anniversaries; so under 1426-7 we have, bread bought for the exequies annually celebrated for the anniversaries of the benefactors of the church, sixpence; seven flagons of ale bought for the said exequies, ten pence. There must have been something very helpful to faith and love and hope in relations being thus remembered together, year after year, in the prayers of the church of the parish in which they had lived and died. archive.org/details/abbotsoftavistoc00alfo/page/254
Lymscote John 1477 East Allington Devon CP40/861: Hilary Term 1477; Sorted by Plaintiff (By Vance Mead) - www.uh.edu/waalt/index.php/CP40/861 Side Image Pleas County Plaintiffs Defendants d 567 debt Devon Prust, John Flode, Thomas, of Okehampton, husbandman; Stone, Henry, of Parkeham, husbandman; Lymscote, John, of Alyngton [East Allington], franklin [freeholder] www.uh.edu/waalt/index.php/CP40/861
Lymscote Richard 1486 Ashburton Devon Sometime from 1486-1515; no exact date known. Hamilton, Rosanna, comp.. British Chancery Records, 1386-1558. Lists of Early Chancery Proceedings. https://archive.org/details/listofearlychanc320newy/page/168 Vol 3, p. 168, bundle 131 [bringing suit?] Hugh Dobill and Johanne, his wife, daughter and heir of Davy Danyell and Felys, his wife. [against?] Richard LYMSCOTE, now husband of the said Felys [what] Detention of deeds relating to messuages and land in the borough of Ashburton [where] Devon Ashburton is on the eastern edge of Dartmoor. https://archive.org/details/listofearlychanc320newy/page/168 Hugh Dobill, Johanne Danyell, Davy Danyell, Felys Danyell now Felys Lymscote
Lynscote Richard 1496 Chagford Devon Chagford Church Warden Accounts, as found in "The Living and the Dead in Chagford, 1480-1600," by Lt. Col. Teddy Hollis Sanford, Jr., p. 8. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf Richard Lynscote, Living. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf
Lynscote Margaret 1515 Chagford Devon Chagford Church Warden Accounts, as found in "The Living and the Dead in Chagford, 1480-1600," by Lt. Col. Teddy Hollis Sanford, Jr., p. 16. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf Margaret Lynscote, Living. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf
Lynscote Margaret 1516 Chagford Devon Chagford Church Warden Accounts, as found in "The Living and the Dead in Chagford, 1480-1600," by Lt. Col. Teddy Hollis Sanford, Jr., p. 17. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf Margaret Lynscote, Living. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf
Lynscott John 1528 Chagford Devon Chagford Church Warden Accounts, as found in "The Living and the Dead in Chagford, 1480-1600," by Lt. Col. Teddy Hollis Sanford, Jr., p. 30. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf John Lynscott, Living. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf
Lynscott John 1529 Chagford Devon Chagford Church Warden Accounts, as found in "The Living and the Dead in Chagford, 1480-1600," by Lt. Col. Teddy Hollis Sanford, Jr., p. 31. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf John Lynscott, Living. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf
Lynscote John 1542 Chagford Devon Chagford Church Warden Accounts, as found in "The Living and the Dead in Chagford, 1480-1600," by Lt. Col. Teddy Hollis Sanford, Jr., p. 51. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf John Lynscote, Living. http://endecottendicott.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/The-Living-and-the-Dead-in-Chagford.pdf
Lymscote Robart 1568 Hungerford Berkshire Name: Robart Lymscote Gender: Male Christening Date: 20 Feb 1568 Christening Place: HUNGERFORD, BERKSHIRE, ENGLAND Father's Name: John Lymscote FamilySearch: www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JM2P-M66
Lymscott Petere 1569 St Kew Cornwall "St Kew Muster Roll, 1569." http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~chrissystbrewardopc/genealogy/st%20kew/st_kew_muster_roll1569.htm The inhabytants of the paryshe not particularlye charged by this statute of amore will fournyshe at there common charges & expences 3 pere of almayn rivetis furnyshed. Petere Lymscott - ab – Bill http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~chrissystbrewardopc/genealogy/st%20kew/st_kew_muster_roll1569.htm
Lymscott Henry 1573 South Tawton Devon "1572-73 Court Rolls, South Tawton." Elizabethan Manor-Rolls, p. 530. https://books.google.com/books?id=EmAxAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA530&lpg=PA530 Henr' Lymscott q' de Johe Dyscomb in pl' t'ris... Full transcription, 18 Aug 1573, p. 535 https://books.google.com/books?id=EmAxAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA535&lpg=PA535 Henry Lymscott complains against John Dyscomb in a plea of trespass (and other names and repetitions). Sum 3d. https://books.google.com/books?id=EmAxAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA535&lpg=PA535
Liscote John 1576 Lazant Cornwall Buried 31 Dec 1576. https://www.findmypast.com/transcript?id=R_273121400 https://www.findmypast.com/transcript?id=R_273121400
Lymscott Henry 1578 South Tawton Devon Henry Lymscott married Johanna Ware 24 Nov 1578, South Tawton, Devon. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N2H4-RNG https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N2H4-RNG
Lymscott Honora 1596 St Kew Cornwall Honora Lymscott married Jacobus Smithe 19 Apr 1596, Cornwall. https://www.ancestry.com/sharing/17249820?h=e253e9&utm_campaign=bandido-webparts&utm_source=post-share-modal&utm_medium=copy-url [Is this the reason for some Smith children saying "alias Linscott"? Is Honora the daughter of Petere (see 1569 Muster Roll)?] https://archive.org/details/cornwallparishr05rowegoog/page/n50
Limscott Johana 1597 St Kew Cornwall Johana Limscott married Hugo Hockmore 7 Nov 1597, St Kew, Cornwall. https://archive.org/details/cornwallparishr05rowegoog/page/n50 https://archive.org/details/cornwallparishr05rowegoog/page/n50
Lymscott 1603 Lymscott Bradworthy Devon Sometime from 1603-1625; no exact date known. Reference: C 2/JasI/P18/32 https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C5730510 Short title: Prigg v Mennard. Plaintiffs: Gawing Prigg. Defendants: Thomas Mennard, William Canne and Thomas Yeo. Subject: farm called Lymscott in the parish of Bradworthy, Devon. Document type: [pleadings] Date: [1603-1625] Held by: The National Archives, Kew https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/C5730510
Lympscott John 1610 South Tawton Devon There are two baptisms in South Tawton for Lympscott in the 1610s: Alice and Henry, children of John. This appears to be John Linscott/Lynscott who married Agnes Dodd and the Henry appears to be Henry Linscott/Lynscott who married Elizabeth Lauers. And Richard Lympscotte baptized to a father John in Drewsteignton in 1614 (a week after Henry's baptism so probably not John and Agnes Linscott).
Lymscott Edward 1625 Drewsteignton Devon Edward Lymscott baptised 16 Jan 1625 to John and Honour in Drewsteignton. https://www.findmypast.com/transcript?id=GBPRS%2FDEV2%2FBAP%2F0649071 [names like "Honour" were often used by non-comformists—a possible thing to check] https://www.findmypast.com/transcript?id=GBPRS%2FDEV2%2FBAP%2F0649071
Limscott Smith Alicia 1630 St Kew Cornwall Smith alias Limscot; married Robert Couch archive.org/details/cornwallparishr05rowegoog/page/n57
Linscote Mr. 1644 Devon Probably Henry Lynscott of Exeter. 1644 A caveat not to grant a licence of marriage to Andrew Battishill of Drewsteignton, who is a minor, and a ward of the King, and any woman, especially [ blank ] Oxenham of Southtawton, without first calling Joanne Battishill, his mother, or Mr Linscote, the proctor. May 6. www.faysampson.co.uk/LEE/10.EARLYBATTISHILLS.htm
Lymscott Henry 1645 London Middlesex Henry Lymscott married Sarah Stevens 3 Dec 1645, St Dunstan, Stepney, London. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NJR9-1YN [Possibly first marriage and Henry later married Elizabeth Lauers?] https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NJR9-1YN
Limscott Smith George 1654 St Endellion Cornwall 1654 Reference: T/174 https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/0572620a-1b96-49e0-b238-e026b0ed331f Description: (1) Charles Roscarrock, Esq. (2) George Smith als [alias] LIMSCOTT, Endellion, labourer [St Endellion & Port Quin are about 35 miles south of Bradworthy] Dwelling house in Portquin late in poss. John Lawrance of Endellion Lease: 99 yrs. Consideration: £4-10-0. Rent: 2/- p. annum. Lives: Hester, wife of lessee; Johan, daug. of lessee; William Edwards of Endellion, fisherman. Date: 20th. December, 1654 Held by: Cornwall Record Office, not available at The National Archives Language: English discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/0572620a-1b96-49e0-b238-e026b0ed331f
Lymscott James 1654 Bristol Gloucestershire Deposition Books of Bristol, p. 159. https://books.google.com/books?id=LZLNAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA159&lpg=PA159 1654 Apr 29. Richard Orchard, Public Notary, concerning a bond between James Lymscott and James Wathen, whereof he was a witness. https://books.google.com/books?id=LZLNAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA159&lpg=PA159
Limscott Smith Ralph 1656 St Kew Cornwall Smith alias Limscott; baptism www.findmypast.com/search/results?o=eventyear&d=asc&collection=parish%20baptisms&lastname=limscott&sourcecategory=life%20events%20(bmds)
Limscott Henricus 1661 St Kew Cornwall married Maria Webber; parents to Anna? www.myheritage.com/research/record-90100-70566064/cornwall-parish-registers-marriages-vol-6
Limscott Anna 1668 St Kew Cornwall baptism www.findmypast.com/search/results?o=eventyear&d=asc&collection=parish%20baptisms&lastname=limscott&sourcecategory=life%20events%20(bmds)
Lympscott 1681 Lympscott Bradworthy Devon "Lympscott appears in very early records and is referred to as 'a mansion' in the 17th century lawsuit which followed the death, intestate, in 1681, of Abraham Hayman, a merchant and an alderman of Bideford." www.bradworthy.co.uk/04-housing/noteworthy/lympscott/index.php5 www.bradworthy.co.uk/04-housing/noteworthy/lympscott/index.php5
Lynscott Petere 1709 Zeal Monachorum Devon Baptized, father John Lynscott. Familysearch. https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/MDNR-9L2
Lympscott 1882 Lympscott Bradworthy Devon "Sale catalogue plan of land in Lympscott, Brexworthy and Stowford" discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/09b20288-0297-45c6-a087-fd1cecdcd01c Reference: 2239 B-7/190 Description: Sale catalogue plan of land in Lympscott, Brexworthy and Stowford. [these are all properties bordering each other] Date: 1882 Held by: North Devon Record Office (South West Heritage Trust), not available at The National Archives discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/09b20288-0297-45c6-a087-fd1cecdcd01c
Lympscott 1884 Lympscott Bradworthy Devon "Lympscott and other property in Bradworthy" discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/db1a0028-49fb-46f8-9e83-fcf1e7d069f6 Reference: 2239 B-7/118/1-2 Description: Lympscott and other property in Bradworthy, Date: 1884 Held by: North Devon Record Office (South West Heritage Trust), not available at The National Archives Physical description: (2 copies, 1 with plans) discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/db1a0028-49fb-46f8-9e83-fcf1e7d069f6
Lympscott 2019 Lympscott Bradworthy Devon There is (2019) a Lympscott Barn in Kilkhampton, Devon, England, about 6 miles from Bradworthy. On old ornance maps it is labeled Limscott—this appears to be the old Limscott/Lymescote/Lymscott/Luuenscote property.
Limscott Limscott Bradworthy Devon habitational name books.google.com/books?id=vG7MZ9J6dAgC&pg=RA1-PA443&lpg=RA1-PA443
Linscott Linscott Moretonhampstead Devon habitational name books.google.com/books?id=vG7MZ9J6dAgC&pg=RA1-PA443&lpg=RA1-PA443
Limscott Bradworthy Devon Limscott, Luwyniscot [in Bradworthy parish], co. Devon, 306 (p. 175). Index of Person or Places www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol2/pp613-621




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