Grant by Almaric de Bello [Sic.] Fago to Edmund, son of Theobald le Botteler, in fee, of all the lands and tenements which the grantor holds of the Archbishop of Dublin on the other side of the water of Inverthely. (Witnesses named.) Tillagh, on the morrow of St. Michael, 11 Edw. II. MS 613, f. 23
MS 613, f. 23
Inquisition, p. m. taken at Fidery, 1 Ric. II., before Robert de Lughtebourgh, Escheator of Ireland. (Names of jurors.) Stephen de Mareis, knight, held no land of the King in chief, but held in his demesne as of fee the manor of Cloghir in co. Tipperary of the Earl of Ormond, as of the manor of Moyalny, by royal service, when scutage runs. It is worth nothing, because it is wasted by the O'Duyres and O'Mobrions, the King's Irish enemies. He held other lands in England, where he died several years ago. James le Botteler, Earl of Ormond, is kinsman and next heir; the relationship is explained. All others of the said Stephen's kindred now living are bastards.