Here is a list of references to Sir Roger de Chaundos and his wife Matilda (or Maud). Sutton Poyntz was among the properties granted to Matilda as dowry when she married Roger de Chaundos; they held Sutton Poyntz between about 1315 and 1361 (when Matilda died).

Roger was a member of a Hereford family. He held various offices, including sheriff of Hereford and sheriff of Glamorgan, and seems to have served the king in various capacities in South Wales. Matilda was born Matilda d'Acton, at Iron Acton in Gloucestershire. Her first husband was Nicholas Poyntz; Nicholas had been married before, and already had two sons, but Matilda bore Nicholas another son, John, who later inherited the manor of Iron Acton. She also bore at least one son to Roger Chaundos. This son was an ancestor (via a female line) of the Dukes of Buckingham and Chandos.

The entries are in date order, so far as is possible; where we have amalgamated a series of entries, we have placed them at the date of the first entry in the series. We have omitted or abbreviated the text for entries that are not particularly relevant to Sutton Poyntz, including orders sent to Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Hereford and in other official capacities. Actual quotes are in italics. 

# Document Date Text Notes
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 1 page 465
26 Nov
1302
Order to the escheator on this side Trent to take into the king's hand the lands late of Robert de Chaundos, deceased, tenant in chief. Death of Robert de Chaundos, Roger's father.
  Book of Aids [e] 1303 Hereford. Hundred of Grimeswrosue. From Roger de Chaundoys for a third part of two fees in Welinton - 2 marks. Hundred of Greytre. From Roger de Chaundos for half a fee at Powehope - 20 shillings. Hundred of Webbetre. From Roger de Chaundos for one fee at Snodhull, that he holds in chief from the king - 11 shillings. Roger Chaundos holds the manor of Loggwardyn for military service.  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Vol 5 page 194
1311 Nicholas Pointz.
Kent. Hoo. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief by service of ½ knight's fee. Lollynggeston. The manor (extent given), jointly held by the said Nicholas with Maud his wife, by purchase from Reymund Heryng, to them and the heirs of their bodies, by fine made in the king's court, of the archbishop of Canterbury by service of 1 knight's fee.
Cambridge. Dolyngham. £28, yearly rent to be received from the manor of Dolyngham, which the said Nicholas gave three years ago to John Knyht the elder, citizen of London, and his heirs for ever by that service ; and 60a. woods in places called 'Le- Park' and 'Ahssebed'; all held of the abbot of St. Wandrille's by service of 1¼d. yearly.
Dorset. Sutton. The manor with the hundred of Culfardestre, together with other lands at Stoke St. Edwald (extent given), held of the earl of Gloucester by service of 2 knights' fee.
Somerset. Cory Malet. The manor (extent given), held of the king in chief for a moiety of the barony of Cory Malet by service of 1 knight's fee.
Dorset. Stoke St. Edwald. The manor (extent given), jointly held by the said Nicholas and Elizabeth sometime his wife, by the gift of Milicent de Monte Alto to them in free marriage, of the earl of Gloucester as member of the manor of Sutton. Batecombe. 40s. yearly rent jointly held, as above, by the gift of the said Milicent, of her heirs by service of a chaplet of roses.
Gloucester. Tokynton. The manor (extent given), held of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester, by service of 1 knight's fee.
Kent. Halstowe and Ho St. Mary. Presentations to the churches, made alternately with Richard de Grey.
Dorset and Wilts. Knights' fees :— Wollecombe [alias Wellecombe] Byngeham. ½ knight's fee held by Richard de Byngeham. Podyton and Estchykerel. Three parts of 1 knight's fee held by John le Waleys of Podyton. Langeton, Brodeweye, and Radeslo. 1 knight's fee held by Reymund Harang, William de Cruket, and Geoffrey de Warmewell. Wynterborn Regis. 1/8 knight's fee held by William de Stoke. Wurgrode [alias Worgrode]. 1/12 knight's fee held by Robert le Nyweman [alias le Newman]. Craweford: 1/12 knight's fee held by John de Monte Alto. Bovyngton. Three parts of 1 knight's fee, held by the abbot of Bynedon in frank almoin.
Wilts. Fisscherton and Babyngton. ½ knight's fee held by James de Norton and William Saffray.
Dorset. Radeweye. 1/12 knight's fee held by Robert de Farendon.
Somerset. Knights' fees :— Corscombe. 1 knight's fee held by Elias Cotel. Schepham, Standerwik, and Cheddern. 2 knights' fees held by William Malerbe. Ludeforde. 1 knight's fee held by William de Reyny [alias de Reygny]. Ychestock. 1/20 knight's fee held by William de Wigeburg. Worth, Cnolle, and Hillegh. 1 knight's fee held by Matthew de Esse. Stawelle. 2 knights' fees held by the heirs of Ivo de Rocheforde. Lopene. 1/5 knight's fee held by the heir of John de Meriet. Langesutton. 1/5 knight's fee held by William Bossard. Chilton and Cock. 3 knights' fees held by William Trivet. Cory Malet. 1/20 knight's fee held by Walter le Kam. Cory Malet. The advowson of the church.
Hugh his son, aged 18, is his next heir.
This entry marks the death of Sir Nicholas Poyntz, Matilda's husband, in July 1311. It lists his heir as Hugh Poyntz, his son, and shows him still to be a minor.

Matilda is shown as having a share in Lullingston, in Kent, in her own right.
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 2 page 101
26 Jul
1311
Order to the escheator beyond Trent to cause Roger de Chaundos to have the keeping of the liberty of the town of Dorsington, which has been taken into the king's hand for certain reasons and which the king has granted to Roger during pleasure at the yearly rent which any other will give at the Exchequer by the hands of the escheator.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1307-13 page 384
23 Aug 1311 Grant to Gilbert de Sancto Audoeno of the marriage of Matilda, late the wife of Nicholas Pointz, tenant in chief, or of any penalty she may incur by marrying without licence.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1307-13 page 435
1 Sep 1311 William le Latymer, to whom the king committed the custody of the lands of the late Nicholas Pointz, tenant in chief, puts in his place William Gylemyn to be present in chancery at the assignment of dower to Matilda late the wife of the said Nicholas.
Matilda, late the wife of Nicholas Pointz, puts in her place Gilbert de Assh or Richard de Bidelescoumbe to receive her dower aforesaid.
 
  Close Rolls [f]
1307-13 page 372
2 Sep 1311 To Roger de Wellesworth, escheator this side Trent. Order to deliver to Matilda, late the wife of Nicholas Pointz, a tenant in chief, the manor of Sutton with the hundred of Culfardestr’, co Dorset, of the yearly value of £40 5s 3¼d, which the king has assigned to her as dower.
Memorandum, that this assignment was made with the assent of William le Latymer, to whom the king committed the custody of the lands of the said Nicholas, who was present at the assignment by William Gylemyn his attorney.
Assignment of Sutton Poyntz to Matilda, widow of Nicholas Poyntz, as dower
  Close Rolls [f]
1307-13 page 373
3 Sep 1311 The like letters [order to the treasurer and barons of the exchequer to supersede the demand for sums made fine with the late king for his service in Gascony, as the king has remitted all such fines because the late king was not personally in the war and the service was not commonly made] in favour of the following: Roger de Chaundos, for 250 marks, in which his father Robert de Chaundos made fine.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 2 page 120
24 Jan
1312
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 31
20 Oct 1313 Licence, upon fine made by Roger de Chaundos, for him to grant his manor of Welynton, co. Hereford, held in chief, to Master Thomas de Chaundos, and for the latter to regrant it to the same Roger de Chaundos and Matilda his wife and the heirs male of their bodies, with remainder failing such issue to the right heirs of the said Roger.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 50
28 Nov 1313 The like appointments [appointment, together with a clerk to be chosen by them, to assess and collect the twentieth and fifteenth for the county of Middlesex; the money to be paid into the Exchequer on the following terms, viz. one moiety on the morrow of the close of Easter, 1314, and the other moiety on the morrow of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 1314] of assessors and collectors for the undermentioned counties, viz. Roger de Chaundos, Walter Hakelute, co. Hereford.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 134
20 Jan 1314 The like [commission of oyer and terminer] to Richard de Baskerville, Humphrey de Waleden and Roger de Chaundos touching the persons who killed Henry de Dunye at Dymmok, co. Gloucester.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 136
17 Feb 1314 The like [commission of oyer and terminer] to William de Mortuo Mari and Roger de Chaundos, on complaint by Richard, bishop of Hereford, touching the persons who forcibly entered his wood at Ros, felled his trees growing there and carried them away.
[Inserted at a later date] Afterwards Roger de Baskerville was associated with the above-named justices in the above commission.
 
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 243
24 Oct 1314 The like [commission of oyer and terminer, touching allegations that the named late sheriffs, and others, who have been sheriffs of those counties since the king assumed the governance of the realm, and their clerks, bailiffs, and ministers, and the constables and keepers of prisoners, and also bailiffs of liberties in the same counties, under colour of their offices, have in like manner inflicted many burthens on the men of those counties. The justices are to enquire into these allegations, and to hear all complaints; they are to do all that appertains to justices, saving to the king amercements and all other things appertaining unto him. Proclamation is to be made in each bailiwick, so that all who wish to make complaint may come before them] to the under-mentioned commissioners touching like allegations against sheriffs and others in divers counties, viz. Henry Spigurnel, Richard de Rodeneye, John de Trillawe and John de Stonouere, touching Robert Darcy, late sheriff of the county of Gloucester, Roger de Chaundos, late sheriff of the county of Hereford, and Robert de Warrywyk, late sheriff of the county of Worcester.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 2 page 221
20 Nov
1314
[End of Roger de Chaundos's term as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Inquisitions Miscellaneous
Vol 2 #192
20 Jan 1315 [Inquiry by the sheriff of Hereford into land at Fowenhope, formerly held by Richard de Fernhalle who was hanged for felony. The land was formerly held of Roger de Chaundos but now of Reynold de Stepelton]  
  Close Rolls [f]
Various Chancery Rolls page 386
20 Feb
1315
Roll of the scutage for the Army of Scotland of the 34th year of the reign of King Edward, son of Henry. Order to cause to be levied without delay the king’s scutage for the late king’s army of Scotland of the 34th year of his reign, as well from the knight’s fees that were then held of him in chief as of those that were held of his escheats and from those of the honours then in his hands, and also from those of his acquisition, and also from those that were held of the inheritances of heirs then under age and in his wardship, to wit 40s for each fee. Order to sheriffs of the following counties to cause the following to have their scutage for the said army, as they were with the late king in that army: Roger Chaundos, who was with the said king, to the sheriffs of Hereford, Gloucester and Wilts.  
 [13] Close Rolls [f]
1313-1318 page 168
12 Apr
1315
To Master John Walewayn, escheator this side Trent. Order to deliver to Roger de Chaundos and Matilda his wife, late the wife of Nicholas Pointz, tenant in chief, the following of Nicholas's knights' fees, which the king has assigned to her in dower: a fee in Langeton [Langton Herring], Brodeweye [Broadwey] and Radeslo [Radipole?], in the county of Dorset, which Reymund Harang, William Cricket, and Geoffrey de Warmewell hold, of the yearly value of £8; three parts of a fee in Podyton [Putton] and Estchikerel [East Chickerell], in the same county, which John le Waleys of Podyton holds, of the yearly value of £8; a sixteenth of a fee in Craweford [Tarrant Crawford], in the same county, which John de Monte Alto holds, of the yearly value of 6s. 8d.; a twelfth of a fee in Radeweye [Radipole?], in the same county, which Robert de Farendon holds, of the yearly value of 100s.; a moiety of a fee in Fissherton [Fisherton Delamere] and Babyngton [Bapton], in the county of Wilts, which James de Norton and William Saffray hold, of the yearly value of £12; three fees in Chilton [Chilton Cantelo], Cock' [in Stogursey], and Edricheston [?], in the county of Somerset, which William Trivet holds, of the yearly value of £15.
To the same. Order to deliver to the said Roger and Matilda the advowson of the church of Halstowe
[Halstow], in the county of Kent, of the yearly value of 20 marks, which the king has assigned to her as dower of her late husband's advowsons of churches.
This entry gives a list of properties that were granted to Matilda as dowry, when she married Roger Chaundos. The list does not include Sutton Poyntz; however it does include some properties (Putton, East Chickerell) that were part of the Sutton Poyntz liberty.
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 2 page 255
8 Jul
1315
Order to the sheriff of Hereford to deliver to Roger de Chaundos Westminster, a messuage and 20 acres of land in Fowehope pursuant to an inquisition made by him shewing that the premises, which Richard de Fernhale, who was hanged for a felony, held, have been in the king's hand for a year and a day, and that Richard held the same of the said Roger, and that the township of Fowehope now holds the same and has had the year and day thereof and should answer to the king therefor; if the premises are in the king's hand for no other cause.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 351
1 Sep 1315 The like [commission, reciting part of the statute of Winchester and the late writs of proclamation to the sheriffs, and appointing them supervisors of the array of arms in the county of Kent. They are to enforce the execution of the writ, and to report defaulters to the king before All Saints, with the assistance of the sheriff and such others in the county as may be necessary] to the following in the counties named: Roger Chaundos, John de Barewe, co. Hereford.  
  Book of Aids [e] 1316 Hereford. Greytre Hundred. Town of Fouwehope - Roger de Chaundos. Grymesworthe Hundred. Welyntone - Roger de Chaundos. Webbetre Hundred. Town of Snodhull with its members - Roger de Chaundos.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 460
26 Mar 1316 The like [appointment to be commissioners of array in the county of Northumberland, for the general hosting for the war against the Scots. The muster is to be held at Newcastle-on-Tyne on the quinzaine of Midsummer] to the undermentioned to be commissioners of array in their respective counties, viz: Roger de Chaundos, William le Wyne, John Danyel, co. Hereford.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 498
24 May 1316 Commission to William de Mortuo Mari, Roger de Chaundos and Roger de Baskerville to survey the defects in the castle of Hereford.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 2 page 297
5 Aug
1316
[Cancellation of order to enscript foot-soldiers for service in Scotland, sent to Roger de Chaundos among many others]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1313-17 page 683
16 Feb 1317 The like to Roger Chaundos, Roger Baskerville and John de Bromfeld, on complaint of Geoffrey de Bella Fago that John de Solera, Robert son of Walter, Roger de Solers, Nicholas Lightfot, Roger Broun, William son of Henry Wyppe, Nicholas son of William le Cachepole, William Ketel, Richard le Whelewright, William le Rotour, David Cupe, John Bolys, Hugh le Carpenter, Richard Botte, Roger le Knave, John Cold, Roger de la Plowe, John le Haukere, John de Solers, William de Solers, Walter le Hethen, Richard son of Roger, Adam le Hoppere, Rogere le Waldebef, David le Taillur, John Morel, Edward le Yattere, John le Pethermon the younger, Richard le Tanner, Roger Wyppe, William de Bogedon, Richard de Bogedon, John Snel, John le Mounere, Richard Snel. Hugh le Veisy, Hervey le Baillif, John de Whiteburne, and Robert le Ken with others mowed the grass growing in his park at Dorsinton, co. Hereford, carried away the hay and assaulted his men and servants.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1317-21 page 95
22 Nov 1317 The like appointment [appointment to enquire touching persons who raise bodies of men-at-arms, both horse and foot, to whom they promise gifts of land, etc., and others who enter into illegal confederacies; persons indicted are to be arrested by the sheriff and kept in prison until further order] of the undermentioned persons for divers counties, viz: Roger Chaundos, Richard de Baskerville, Roger de Baskerville, co. Hereford.  
  Close Rolls [f]
Various Chancery Rolls page 395
12 Oct
1319
Order to cause to have scutage for the king’s army of Scotland in the fourth year of his reign both for the knight’s fees that were held of the king in chief and for those that were held of the king of the honours then in his hands, and of the king’s purchase, and also of the knight’s fees that he held of the inheritances of minors then in the king’s wardship, to wit two marksfor each fee. Order to cause the following to have scutage for the aforesaid army although they did not offer their due service in that army, so that their service is not found in the rolls of the marshalsea for that army, as it is evident to the king that they did their service therein: Roger de Chaundos, in divers counties.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1317-21 page 408
28 Nov 1319 Licence, at the request of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Chaundos of a messuage and 80 acres of land in Fowehope to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary and of St. Thomas the Martyr in his manor of Fowehope at the altar of St. Mary.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 3 page 87
5 Jan
1322
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1318-1323 page 422
22 Feb
1322
To the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset. Order to restore to Roger de Chaundos, sheriff of Hereford, his lands, goods and chattels, which the sheriff took into the king’s hands under the belief that Roger adhered to the king's contrariants.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 3 page 101
15 Feb
1322
[Order to Roger de Chaundos and others to make enquiry relating to chattels belonging to four people in Herford]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1321-24 page 81
12 Mar 1322 The like [appointment to arrest all contrariants in the said counties] for the following: Ralph de Grendon, Roger de Chandos, Henry de Grey, cos. Nottingham, Derby, Warwick, Leicester, Stafford and Hereford.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1321-24 page 97
25 Mar 1322 The like [commission to raise footmen for the Scotch expedition, to be conducted to Carlisle by the octaves of Holy Trinity]: Roger de Chaundos and John Danyel, 1000 men in Hereford, excepting the city of Hereford and town of Leomynistre.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1321-24 page 123
16 May 1322 The like commission [in pursuance of the grant made in the Parliament at York in three weeks of Easter of one footman from every town, to select in the said county suitable men, and in such towns where a suitable man cannot be found, to select one elsewhere, to take measures for their arming and to conduct them to Newcastle by the eve of St. James to serve the king for forty days at the expense of the said townships] to the following, viz: Roger de Chaundos, Richard de Baskervill, Hereford. The said Roger is to be their leader.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1321-24 page 130
8 Jun 1322 The like [mandate to induce, and if necessary to compel, the said boroughs to supply at once their proportion of the aid of armed footmen from cities and boroughs assessed upon them respectively, to be at Newcastle by 24 July[ to the following in the under-mentioned boroughs to supply the number of armed footmen set opposite to each borough: Roger de Chaundos, Richard de Baskervill, Leominstre, co. Hereford, 6.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1321-24 page 213
31 Oct 1322 Like commissions [to array all the men between sixteen and sixty in that county; the names of the men at arms with particulars of array and their estate to be certified to the king; and contumacious persons are to be arrested] for the under-mentioned persons (who are to be leaders unless otherwise specified) with the sheriffs in their respective counties: Roger Chaundos, the sheriff, to be leader, and Richard de Baskervill, co. Hereford.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1318-1323 page 620
31 Dec
1322
To the treasurer and barons of the exchequer. Order to receive an attorney of Roger de Chaundos, sheriff of Hereford, to make account for him before them for the issues of his bailiwick on the morrow of the Purification, as Roger cannot come to them on that day, because it will be necessary for him to intend the bringing of men-at-arms to be chosen in that county at the said feast to the king at York.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1321-24 page 267
15 Mar 1323 The like [commission, after recital of the commission [of 31 October 1322] directed to them, to array all fencible men between sixteen and sixty in that county, so as to be ready to join the king at given notice] to the following in the following counties: Roger Chaundos, the sheriff, and Richard de Baskervill, co, Hereford.
Afterwards 2 June, the king being at Thorp by York, and a truce having been made with the Scots, the above commissioners were commanded to surcease the execution of the foregoing, as more fully appears in the dorse of the Close Roll under the same date.
 
  Patent Rolls [g]
1324-27 page 79
22 Dec 1324 The like [to select the following in the said counties, and to have them at Portsmouth ready to embark by Midlent] to the following: Roger de Chaundos, Hereford, 20 hobelers and 80 archers, not of the 100 footmen to be arrayed there.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1324-27 page 235 
12 Nov 1325 Commission to Roger de Chaundos and John Inge to enquire in the presence of Thomas de Longeford, summoned by them for this, whether he has caused a gorce to be made in the water of Lugge, within the liberty of the manor of Hampton Bishop's, co. Hereford, belonging to the bishopric of Hereford, which is in the king's hands for certain causes, after the said manor came to the king's hands; and if it has been raised to the nuisance and prejudice of the king to have it thrown down.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1324-27 page 236
12 Dec 1325 The like [commission of oyer and terminer] to Roger de Chaundos, Richard de Baskervyll, John Inge and Thomas de Louth, upon information that Edmund Bastard, William his brother, Robert de Wyxhull, Edmund de Whitesdale, Ralph de Nyenton, William his brother, Robert de Wolston, John son of John de Bekebury, Ralph de Glaseleye, parson of the church of Sudbury, William son of Reginald le Palmer of Neyenton, Ralph son of Reginald le Palmer, John Shep, Richard de Hauekeston, William Handys, Stephen de Byterle, 'forester,' John de Borham, Richard de Spitehsh, Gregory de Hokeswod, William de Northgrave, chaplain, John de Bee, chaplain, Edmund de Wiresdale, Adam Daras, John de Lavynton, John de Dudemor, Henry Not, chaplain, John son of Ralph le Botiller, Thomas de la Berewe, Ralph le Hunte of Nyenton, Ralph Sagon, chaplain, Robert de Wolston, and others, broke the king's parks of Clebury and Ernewode, co. Salop, hunted therein and in the chace of Wyre, felled trees in the said parks and chace and in the woods of Huggele and Staunton Lascy, co. Salop, and carried away trees and deer, and that waste and destruction of vert and venison have been done therein by the keepers, foresters and ministers thereof since the said lands came into the king's hands by the forfeiture of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 3 pages 101, 418, 419
1326 [Various orders to Roger de Chaundos in his position as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1324-27 page 220
24 Jan 1326 The like [appointment as supervisors of the array, and they are to proceed from hundred to hundred, punish all persons who shall be in default, and act as leaders of the levies] to the following in the following counties: Roger Chandoys, William Corbet, John de Wysham, Alan de Cherleton, with the arrayers in the counties of Hereford and Worcester.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1324-27 page 283
6 Mar 1326 The like [commission of inquiry] to Roger de Chaundos, John Inge and John Danyel in the county of Hereford touching adherents of Roger de Mortuo Mari and of other rebels who are in parts beyond the seas.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1324-27 page 294
6 Jul 1326 Appointment of Richard Dammory to follow and arrest Adam le Wafrerer and all in his company.
The like to the following: William Tracy, Roger de Chaundos, William de Ercalwe, Richard de Hattecoumbe, Adam le Waferer
[sic].
 
  Patent Rolls [g]
1324-27 page 341
1 Dec 1326 Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as keeper of the land of Morganno, now in the king's hands; and it is the king's will that the same Roger cause the siege of the castle of Kerfily, which still holds out against him, to be diligently kept up.
The like of the same as sheriff of the land of Gloumorgan and Morganno, during pleasure.
Writ de intendendo directed to all persons, English as well as Welsh, of the land of Gloumorgan and Morganno.
 
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 3 page 429
1 Dec
1326
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as sheriff and keeper of Glamorgan and Morganno]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1323-27 page 622
2 Dec
1326
[Order to Roger de Chaundos in his position as sheriff of Morganno]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 3 page 429
19 Dec
1326
[Order to Roger de Chaundos in his position as sheriff of Glamorgan and Morganno]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 3 page 430
30 Dec
1326
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as keeper of the castle of Caerphilly]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1323-1327 pages 625, 629
Jan
1327
[Two orders for moneys to be sent to Roger de Chaundos, to allow payments to troops besieging the castle of Caerphilly]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 17
4 Feb
1327
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 40
16 Apr
1327
[Commission to Roger de Chaundos and others to make inquisition into the lands of the earls of Winchester and Arundel]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1327-30 page 90
14 Jun 1327 The like [Commission of the Peace, in accordance with the Act] to Peter de Grandisono, Roger Chaundos and Richard Talebot, of Richard’s Castle, for the county of Hereford.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 67
23 Oct
1327
[End of Roger de Chaundos's term as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 104
6 Oct
1328
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1327-1330 pages 357, 576, 578
1328/9 [Records of debts owed by Roger de Chaundos, secured on property in Hereford and Dorset]  
[14] Feet of Fines

Volume 10, Page 138, Entry 110
1330 At Westminster in the octaves of St Michael, 4 Edward III. Between Hugh Poyntz of Corymalet, querent, and Nicholas Poyntz, parson of the church of St Mary de Hoo, and Huygh de Meliplash, parson of the church of Corymalet, deforciants, of the manor of Sutton Poyntz [and a manor in Wiltshire]. And afterwards in the octaves of St Hilary, 5 Edward III. Plea of covenant was summoned. Hugh Poyntz acknowledged the manors to be the right of Nicholas. For this, the deforciants granted for themselves and the heirs of Nicholas that the manor of Sutton Poyntz which Roger de Chaundos and Matilda his wife held as Matilda's dower of the inheritance of the said Nicholas [and the manor in Wiltshire which John Godhyve held for life] on the day this concord was made and which after the deaths of John and Matilda ought to revert to the deforciants and the heirs of Nicholas, should then wholly remain to Hugh Poyntz. To hold of the chief lords of that fee by the services which belong to the said manors, for the life of the said Hugh Poyntz, with remainder after his death to Nicholas his son and heirs of his body, to hold as aforesaid; with remainder in default of such heirs to Hugh brother of Nicholas and heirs of his body, to hold as aforesaid; with remainder in default of such heirs to Walter brother of Hugh and heirs of his body, to hold as aforesaid; with remainder in default of such heirs to Henry brother of Walter and heirs of his body, to hold as aforesaid; with remainder in default of such heirs to Thomas brother of Henry and heirs of his body to hold as aforesaid; with remainder in default of such heirs to the right heirs of the aforesaid Hugh Poyntz, to hold as aforesaid for ever. This entry, dated some time after the marriage of Roger and Matilda, shows explicitly that Sutton Poyntz has been granted to Matilda as dower. The purpose of this entry is to make sure the inheritance of Sutton Poyntz and another manor, after they return to the Poyntz family after the death of Hugh's step-mother Matilda; they are granted to Hugh for life, and then to whichever of Hugh's four sons leaves direct heirs.

The first-mentioned Nicholas Poyntz (parson of Hoo in Kent) is, probably, the younger brother of Hugh. The Nicholas mentioned later is Hugh's oldest son.
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 161
4 Feb
1330
[Order to Roger de Chaundos in his position as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1330-1333 page 5
21 Feb
1330
[Order to Roger de Chaundos in his position as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 167
8 Mar
1330
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Glamorgan and Morganno]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1327-30 page 512
18 Apr 1330 Mandate to Roger de Chaundos, keeper of the land of Gloumorgan and Morgannon, in Wales, and the march of Wales, to deliver the same, with the castles, towns, manors and other appurtenances, to queen Philippa or her attorney, the king having granted the same to her as dower.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 200
5 Dec
1330
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 216
8 Jan
1331
[Order to Roger de Chaundos in his position as sheriff of Glamorgan and Morganno]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 43
20 Jan 1331 Mandate to Roger de Chaundos, lately appointed to keep the land of Glaumorgan and Morgannon on the resumption of a previous grant thereof to queen Philippa, to permit her attorneys to have her goods there, and to aid them in levying all arrears due to her.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 125
26 Jan 1331 [Commission to Roger Chaundos, John Inge, Hugh de Langelond and Aam Lucas to adjudge a petition by Gilbert de Turbervill concerning recovery of the manor of Landimor in Gouwer from Richard de Peshale and his wife Alina]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 235
18 Feb
1331
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as steward of Bergeveney (Abergevenny)]   
  Close Rolls [f]
1330-1333 page 290
28 Feb
1331
[Order sent to Roger de Chaundos in his position as keeper of Abergevenney]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 243
16 Mar
1331
[End of Roger de Chaundos's term as keeper of Abergevenney]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 203 & 292
15 Oct 1331
&
4 Apr 1332
[Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wylughby, Roger Chandos and Robert de Aston concerning the theft of six horses and a wagon, with goods, from William la Zousche at Lechelade, co. Gloucester]
[Amended to add Thomas Bacoun]
 
  Close Rolls [f]
1330-33 page 352
18 Oct
1331
To the treasurer and barons of the exchequer and to the chamberlains. Westminster. Roger de Chaundos, sheriff of Hereford, has shewn the king that the late king was indebted to him in £14 9s. 10d for cheese bought by him for the said king's use and for his expenses about the carriage of the said cheese, as appears by a bill of his wardrobe in Roger's possession, and he has besought the king to cause this sum to be allowed to him in the debts due from him to the exchequer: the king therefore orders them to see the said bill, and if they find that the said sum is due to Roger, to allow it to him in the said debts or to cause payment or assignment for it to be made to him.  
  Inquisitions Miscellaneous
Vol 2 #1208
5 Dec 1331 [Commission to Roger de Chaundos and Robert de Prestbury to inquire into rights of the priory of Bergeveny [Abergevenny]; the prior had been granted the tithe from the castle and town of Abergevenny]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 297
30 Jan
1332
[End of Roger de Chaundos's term as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 286
12 Feb 1332 Commission of the peace, pursuant to the statutes of Winchester abd Northampton: Peter Graunson, Roger Chaundos, Robert de Harle, Adam Lucas, in the county of Hereford.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 295 
21 Mar 1332 Appointment as keepers of the said county, pursuant to the statute made in the present Parliament, to arrest all disturbers ofthe king’s peace therein, and to hear and determine the trespasseswhereof they are indicted: Gilbert Talebot, Peter de Grandissono, Roger de Chaundos and Adam Lucas, for the county of Hereford.  
  Inquisitions Miscellaneous
Vol 2 #1383
30 Mar 1332 [Inquiry by Roger de Chaundos, Walter Heryng and others into a dispute between the towns of Weymouth and Melcombe concerning the disposition of dock dues; the conclusion was that the waters of the harbour are part of Weymouth, and the dock dues have always been received by Weymouth]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 298
18 May 1332 Association of A., Bishop of Worcester, Thomas, earl of Warwick, and Roger Chandos, baron, with Richard de Wylughby and other justices of the King’s Bench to hear the complaint of Emericus Pauncefot that he made a recognisance in £40 with Hugh le Despenser, the younger, by force and duress, and to annul the recognisance.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1330-33 page 576
6 Jun
1332
[Note concerning a debt of £163 owed by Roger de Chaundos]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 318
2 Jul
1332
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos as escheator of Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Salop, Stafford and the adjacent march of Wales]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 351
24 Jul 1332 [Appointment of Roger de Chaundos and Robert de la Felde to find out who were the bailiffs or receivers in South Wales of the late Roger de Mortuo Mari, earl of March, and to audit their accounts]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 321
28 Jul 1332 Appointment of Roger de Chaundos, John Giffard and Nicholas de Acton to array with all speed four hundred footmen in South Wales to accompany the king to Ireland at Michaelmas.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 326
12 Aug 1332 [Pardon to Michael Minyhot for acquiring the prior and convent of Goldclif and the manor of Coldrei without the king’s licence, it having been found by inquisition ad quod damnum by Roger Chaundos, escehator in Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, Salop and Staffs, that the king would not be disadvantaged]  
  Inquisitions Miscellaneous
Vol 2 #1293
15 Aug 1332 [Inquiry by Roger Chaundos and others into the custodianship of the parks of Clebury and Beaulieu, and the chase of Wyre]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 327 
20 Aug 1332 [Mandate to Roger Chaundos, escheator in Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, Salop and Staffs, to restore the temporalities of the abbey of Wyggemore to its new abbot]  
  Inquisitions Miscellaneous
Vol 2 #1318
7 Sep 1332 [Inquiry by Roger Chaudos, escheator in Worcester, Gloucester, Hereford, Salop, Stafford and the march of Wales, into the custodianship of the abbey of Wyggemore]  
  Inquisitions Miscellaneous
Vol 2 #1282
18 Sep 1332 [Inquiry by Roger de Chaundos, escheator in Hereford, Gloucester, Salop, Staffs and the march of Wales, into mismanagement at the manor of Hokeleton by the man appointed by the king as guardian during the heir's minority]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 377
10 Dec 1332 [Licence for transfer of goods to the abbot and convent of St Peter’s, Gloucester, following an inquisition by Roger de Chaundos, escheator of Gloucester, Worcester, Hereford, Salop and Staffs]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 pages 319-345

and

Close Rolls [f]
1330-1333 pages 475-523
1332/3 [Various orders sent to Roger de Chaundos in his position of escheator in Gloucester, Worcester, Hereford, Salop, Stafford and the marches of Wales]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1330-1333 & 1333-1337
1332-
1337
[Various orders concerning tasks carried out and accounts maintained by Roger de Chaundos while he was sheriff of Hereford and escheator in Gloucester etc.]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 440
3 Feb 1333 [Commission to Roger Chaundos, Richard de Ryvers, William de Broem and John le Rous, to make inquisition concerning lands in the king’s hand by reason of the minority of Laurence, son and heir of the late John de Hastinges]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 346
&
Close Rolls [f]
1333-1337 page 36
4 Feb
1333
[End of Roger de Chaundos's term as escheator for Hereford etc.]  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 350
6 Feb
1333
Order to John de Peyto the younger, escheator in the counties of Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, Salop and Stafford, and the march of Wales adjacent, to deliver to Roger de Chaundos, brother and heir of Thomas de Chaundos, tenant in chief, the lands late of his said brother, he having done fealty. Death of Roger de Chaundos's younger brother
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Vol 7 page 361
Oct 1333 An entry for John le Walisshe of Podington, including the following:
Dorset. Podynton. A capital messuage, lands, and rent, held of Roger Chaundos, knight, and Maud his wife, as of her dower of the inheritance of Hugh Poyns, knight, by service of three parts of a knight's fee.
Showing that Roger and Matilda de Chaundos hold Putton, near Chickerell. Putton, from other evidence, is part of the liberty of Sutton Poyntz.
  Close Rolls [f]
1333-1337 page 296
22 Feb
1334
[Record of debt owed by Roger de Chaundos]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1330-34 page 573
2 Mar 1334 Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Berkele, Roger Chaundos, Robert de Aston and Roger Hillary, on petition of the commonality of the realm, exhibited before the king and council in the last Parliament at York, showing that notwithstanding the many appointments by the king of keepersof the peace, felons and transgressors escape due punishment because they are maintained by magnates and others, who retain them in their households and in their pay and livery, because gaol deliveries of such felons take place sometimes before they have been indicted, sometimes by surreptitious means, or by dishonest or cowardly jurors, and because indictments which have been laid before the said keepersof the peace have not yet been determined, touching any unpunished felonies and trespasses, and undetermined indictments in the counties of Hereford and Salop.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 392
8 Mar
1334
[Order appointing Roger de Chaundos as sheriff of Hereford]

[A second order was sent 23 July]
 
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 67
25 Sep 1334 [Appointment of auditors for the accounts of the bailiffs, reeves, farmers and ministers appointed by William la Zouche, Roger Chundos and the late Roger de Mortu Mary to administer lands in Glamorgan and Morgannon, since accounts have not been rendered as due]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 138
26 Jan 1335 Appointment of Roger Chaundos and Adam Lucas in the county of Herefordto see that the men of that county, knights and others, are duly furnished with arms according to their estate, pursuant to the king’s late proclamation and the statute of Winchester; and to array them for defence of the realm.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 4 page 430
4 Feb
1335
[End of Roger de Chaundos's term as sheriff of Hereford]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1333-1337 page 470
6 Mar
1335
[Order to conduct military census: Roger de Chaundos and Adam Lucas for Hereford]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1333-1337 page 490
28 May
1335
To the treasurer and barons of the exchequer. Order to receive the York. attorney whom Roger de Chaundos shall have deputed in his place to render his account for the issues of the lands of John le Rous and of the lands which belonged to William de Hokelton, which were lately in the king's hands and are in Roger's custody, for this turn, because Roger is attendant upon divers services of the king wherefore he cannot be present at the exchequer in person on the morrow of Trinity next, to render his account.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 132
24 Jun 1335 [Appointment to Roger Chaundos, John de Rous and Richard Wawayn in the county of Hereford, to levy a tax in lieu of the provision by the county of troops (hobelers and archers)]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1333-1337 page 438
12 Jul
1335
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos and Robert de Prestbury to take an inquisition concerning dues to the priory at Bergeveney]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 210
26 Jul 1335 Appointment of Roger Chaundos, Peter de Grauntson and Adam Lucas in the county of Hereford to keep the king’s peace, the statute of Northampton and the ordinance of the last Parliament at York for keeping the peace after the king has gone to Scotland, to discover and arrest those who have been guilty of trespasses since the latter date and imprison them so that they be not delivered without special mandate of the king, and to punish any sheriffs, bailiffs, constables and other minister whom they shall find negligent in keeping the said statute and ordinance.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1333-1337 page 454
7 Dec 1335 [Order to restore lands to the widow of John de Wisham; Roger de Chaundos as escheator in Hereford and Worcester had been ordered not to take action]  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i] 1336/7 Roger de Chaundos for Thomas and Walter, Roger's sons
Hereford. Lugwardyn manor, Snodhull & Fowehope manor, Welintone manor remain to Roger de Chaundos.
N.B. Probably an Inquisitions Miscellaneous entry - needs further investigation
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 286
23 Mar 1336 [Commission of oyer and terminer concerning the accounts of the bailiffs, reeves, farmers and ministers appointed in Glamorgan and Morgannon by William la Zouche, Roger Chaundos and the late Roger de Mortuo Mari]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 317
25 Sep 1336 Licence for Roger de Chaundos to enfeoff Walter son of Roger de Chaundos of the manors of Sodehulle and Fowehope, co. Hereford, held in chief, and for him to regrant these to Roger in tail, with successive remainders in tail to Thomas, Richard, Roger, Matthew and John, his sons, and reversion to his right heirs. By fine of 24 marks.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 320
26 Sep 1336 Licence for Roger de Chaundos to grant to Thomas, son of Roger le Chaundos the elder (seniori) and Lucy his wife, in tail, the manor of Lugwardyn, co. Hereford, held in chief, with reversion to Roger in fee. By fine of 6 marks.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 368
16 Oct 1336 Appointment of William le Blount ‘le neven’, Roger Chaundos, William le Frome and John Merston, pursuant to a request to the king by magnates and commonalty of the realm in the last great council at Nottingham to appoint persons in every county of the realm to arrest suspected persons under the ordinance of the last Parliament at Westminster, to arrest auch in the county of Hereford; and to hear and determine the felonies whereof they stand indicted.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1334-38 page 503
21 Aug 1337 Appointment of T, bishop of Hereford, Roger Chundos and Adam de Herewynton, to lay before the men of the county of Hereford, who have been summoned by the king to meet at Hereford on the Wednesday after the Nativity of St Mary, the decisions of the coming council at Westminster, and the king’sintention in regard to the safety of the realm.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1337-1339 page 184
18 Sep 1337 [Another reference to Roger de Chaundos as sometime escheator for Hereford, Gloucester, Worcester, Salop, Stafford and the march of Wales]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1338-40 page 135
6 Jul 1338 Commission, pursuant to the statutes of Winchester and Nothampton, to Peter de Grandissono, Roger Chaundos, Richard de Pembrigg, Philip de Clannowe and Adam Lucas to array the men of the county of Hereford for the defence of the realm against the French, to keep the peace there, and to hear and determine trespasses. For the greater security of the realm, they and the men arrayed by them are to be assistant and attentive herein to the overseers appointed in that county.  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Vol 8 page 162
Mar 1339 An entry for Nicholas le Walsh of Putton, including the following:
Dorset. Podynton [Putton]. Two parts of a messuage, lands and rent, held of Roger de Chaundos and Maud his wife, as of her dower of the manor of Sutton, of the inheritance of Nicholas Poyntz, by knight's service.
Further confirmation that Sutton Poyntz was part of Matilda's dower.
  Close Rolls [f]
1339-1341
1339 [Further orders concerning payment of men besieging Caerphilly castle]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1338-40 page 281
18 Mar 1339 [Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Berkle, Roger de Chaundos, John Inge, Roger Hillary and William de Chiltenham, concerning a complaint by John de Acton, knight, that a group of people carried away is goods at Frompton Bishops, and assaulted his men and servants]  
  Close Rolls [f]
1339-1341 page 337
20 Oct
1339
To William de Clynton, earl of Huntyndon and his fellows, keepers of the maritime land in co. Kent. Order to supersede the exaction made upon Roger de Chaundos to find a man at arms for that custody by reason of his lands in Lillyngeston in the county, while he is staying with other lieges, with forty men at arms for all his lands in England, in the custody of the maritime land in co. Dorset, where he has been for a year and more, and where he still is. This order relates to the requirement to maintain a military presence at places close to the coast. It is interesting because it suggests Roger de Chaundos has been responsible for guarding coastline in Dorset for the last year.
  Patent Rolls [g]
1338-40 page 502
20 Apr 1340 [Appointment of the abbot of Wygemore, Roger Chaundos, Richard de Pembrugge, Philip de Clannou and Stephen Deveroys as assessors of a tax of the ninth]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 90
6 Jul 1340 Commission to William de Shareshull and James de Wodestok to make inquisition, in presence of the escheator, touching a petition of Roger Chaundos, shewn before the king and council in Parliament, setting forth that Nicholas le Walshe of Podyngton, deceased, held lands in Hewysh Chaunflour, co. Somerset, of the king in chief by knight service, and held other lands in Podyngton, co. Dorset, of the said Roger and Matilda his wife, also by knight service, and although the lands in Hewysh Chaunflour are not held in chief as of the crown whereby the custody of the lands in Podyngton, held of Roger and Matilda, should pertain to the king by reason of his prerogative, yet the same custody, because it was found by a certificate of the treasurer and barons of the exchequer, sent by his command before him in the chancery for information as to his right in the premises, that one Maurice de Gaunt held a moiety of a knight's fee in Cantokesheved and Hewysh, has remained in the king's hands from the time of the death of the said Nicholas, and praying that, in consideration of this that there are three towns called Hewysh, to wit Hewysh Chaunnour, Begere Hewysh and Hewysh by Cantokesheved, and the certificate does not mention in which of the three the moiety of the knight's fee is, the king would remove his hands from the custody; and to certify the king of all the circumstances.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1339-1341 page 436
15 Jul
1340
[Order appointing Roger de Chaundos and others to be responsible for reliefs relating to the "tax of the ninth" on wool and mutton]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 26
24 Aug 1340 In like manner [Commission (pursuant to 14 Edward III, statute 1, cap. 20) as taxers of the ninth of sheaves, lambs and fleeces granted to the king for two years, and appointing them as surveyors of the same in the said counties, to inform themselves of the true value of each church, and of the sheaves, lambs and fleeces in each parish, and to certify as well the receivers in the said counties as the receiver at the Tower of London appointed to receive the said subsidy of such value] the following are appointed in the following counties: the bishop of Hereford, the abbot of Dore, Peter de Grandson, Roger Chaundos. Hereford  
  Ancient Deeds [k]
Vol 3 page 311
1340/1 Hereford. Release by Roger de Chaundos, knight, to John le Wafre, for life, of 5 marks yearly rent for land and tenements which Margery, mother of the said John, held of the said Roger in dower in Wystaneston, and for lands which Andrew le Wafre formerly held there of the same. Welynton, Sunday after St. Barnabas the apostle, 14 Edward III.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1339-1341 page 608 
20 Jan
1341
To the treasurer and barons of the exchequer. Order to account with Hugh Tyrel for a sum of money delivered to him by Roger Chaundos, sometime sheriff of Hereford for the carriage of a canvas castle from the town of Wygemore to Wodestok, and for making four dozen lances and for the carriage of the same from the town of Hereford to Bedeford and London, by the king's order, and further to do what pertains to the final issue of the account.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 202
9 Feb 1341 Commission to Roger Chaundos, John Wake, John de Gouyz, Roger le Guldene and John Brunyng, to see that the statute of Winchester is duly observed in the county of Dorset, especially in the absence of the king who is about to go beyond the seas, and to hear and determine felonies and trespasses committed in that bounty from 6 July, 12 Edward III, or from now  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 155
15 Mar 1341 The like [Appointment (pursuant to 14 Edward III, statute 1, cap. 20) to collect and sell the ninth of lambs, fleeces and sheaves in the said county of the second year of the grant. The king had already appointed collectors of the same for both years and relying on the due collection and payment of the same had gone beyond the seas to defend his right, and laid siege to Tournay with a very large number of armed men, but by default of sending the proceeds of the same to him beyond the seas he has been compelled to make a truce with those of France] of the following in the counties named: The prior of Hereford, Roger Chaundos, Richard de Pembrugge, Philip de Clanvou, Stephen Deveroys. Hereford  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 315
20 Jun 1341 The like [Commission of oyer and terminer touching complaints arising out of the collection of the contingent in the said county of the 20,000 sacks of wool to be levied in the present year of the 30,000 sacks of wool granted to the king in his last Parliament at Westminster; issued in fulfilment of his promise in the said Parliament that he would appoint in each county two magnates to hear and determine such complaints] to the following in the counties named: Master Stephen de Ledbury dean of Hereford, and Roger Chaundos. Hereford  
  Close Rolls [f]
1341-43 page 346
8 Dec
1341
The like [to bring the accused before the king and council to answer for contempt and disobedience, and to take the accused’s lands and chattels in hand] to the following sheriffs to attach the following men, to wit : The sheriff of Hereford to attach Roger Chaundos. Probably relates to errors or omissions in the process of tax collecting (like the following entry).
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 356
20 Jan 1342 John, prior of Llanthony Prima in Wales, staying in England, has letters nominating Philip Houdy and John ap Gronou as his attorneys in Ireland for two years.
Roger Chaundos, knight, received the attorneys by writ. He has like letters nominating the said Philip and John son of Wronoc as above.
 
  Close Rolls [f]
1341-43 page 505
15 Mar
1342
To the sheriff of Hereford. Order to attach the prior of Wormesleye, Roger de Chaundos, Richard de Penebrugge, Richard de Hopton, John de Woneton, John Ragon, Walter Cachepol, Thomas Tope burgess of Leomynster, Philip de Romayn and Ed [mund] de Wytteman, collectors of wool in that county, to have them before the king and his council on Monday after the quinzaine of Easter next, to answer for their contempt and further to do and receive what shall be ordained by the council, and to take into the king's hand all their lands, goods and chattels, answering for the issues of the lands and for the goods and chattels at the exchequer, as the king ordered those collectors to certify him concerning the names of those who had paid their portions for the past year and those who had not, and those who had not made payment within the proper time, and how much was in arrear from each, and how much the lords of towns paid for their portions, before Hilary last, and although, at their request, asserting that they could not do this without great anxiety, he gave them divers other days now past for taking fuller information, and enjoined them to certify him in chancery upon the premises, yet they have not hitherto cared to make any competent certificate upon the premises, making frivolous excuses, and the king intends to punish such delinquents in an exemplary manner.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 454 & 1343-45 page 75
18 Apr 1342
&
18 Feb 1343
Commission to John de Stouford, John Brideport and Simon de Furneaux to make inquisition in the counties of Somerset and Dorset touching a petition of Roger Chaundos, shewn before the king and council in Parliament, praying that, whereas Nicholas le Walshe of Podyngton, deceased, held certain lands and rents in Athelardeston and Hewysh Chaunflour, co. Somerset, of the king in chief, by knight service, and other lands in Podyngton, co. Dorset, of him and Matilda his wife, and in West Chykerel, co. Dorset, of Walter Heryng, also by knight service, and whereas, notwithstanding that the lands and rents in Athelardeston and Hewysh Chaunflour are not held of the king in chief as of the crown, whereby the custody of the lands in Podyngton and Westchykerel should pertain to him, the custody thereof has been in his hands from the time of the death of Nicholas, because it was found by a certificate of the treasurer and barons of the exchequer, sent into the chancery for information as to the king's right in the premises, that one Maurice de Gaunt holds a moiety of a knight's fee in Cantokesheved and Hewysh which has always been in the king's hands from the time of the death of Nicholas, to the great damage and loss of the said Roger, Matilda and Walter, the king will, in consideration of this that there are three towns called Hewysh, to wit, Hewysh Chaunflour, Begere Hewysh and Hewysh by Cantokesheved, and the certificate does not mention in which of the three the moiety of a knight's fee is, cause his hands to be removed from the custody of the lands in Podyngton and Westchykerel, and certify the king of the whole truth of the matter
[Repeated in 1343 with one change of commissioner]
 
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 5 page 285
20 Apr
1342
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos, and many others, as collector of "tax of the ninth"]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 477
16 Jun 1342 [Lengthy entry, the exemplification of a court record relating to two disputes between John de Mortuo Mari and others, concerning land at Tedesternewafre, Herefordshire. Roger Chaundos, knight, is one of the judges in one case]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1340-43 page 502
20 Aug 1342 Licence for the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England to grant in fee to Roger Chaundos a plot of land in Hereford containing 1 acre of land, said to be held in chief, adjoining the dwellingplace of the prior and Friars Preachers, in exchange for 6 acres of land in Welyngton and 9s. of rent in Sutton and Fonghope, co. Hereford, also held in chief, due by the prior to him; and for the alienation in mortmain by Roger to the said prior and Friars of the plot of land.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1343-1346 page 101
12 May
1343
[Record of money owed to Roger de Chaundos by Richard Turbervyll of Dorset]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1343-45 page 58 
8 Jul 1343 Licence for the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England to grant in fee to Roger de Chaundos a plot of land in the suburb of Hereford contiguous to the manse of the prior and Friars Preachers of Hereford, which plot is held in chief in frank almoin as is said, in exchange for 6 acres of land in Welyngton, co. Hereford, to be assigned to him in frank almoin by Roger, and 9s. of rent in Sutton and Fonghope in the same county which the prior and his predecessors have used to pay, which said land and rent are held in chief. Licence also for Roger to assign the said plot to the prior and Friars Preachers in frank almoin for the enlargement of their manse.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1343-45 page 395
20 Jul 1344 Memorandum that this commission [Commission of the peace, pursuant to the statutes of Winchester and Northampton] is made under the names of others as appears below: Peter de Grandissono, Roger Chaundos, Richard de Pembrugg, Philip de Canvowe, in the county of Hereford  
  Ancient Deeds [k]
Vol 2 page 511
1344/5 Hereford. Grant by Roger de Chaundos, lord of Snod[hull], to Thomas, son of John de Chaundos, of Wylmeston, of a messuage in Addessore, and land upon Warshull, &c., and moor by the road leading to 'le Waterschipe' Welynton, Monday . . . . , 18 Edward III.  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 5 page 491
1 Nov
1346
[Appointment of Roger de Chaundos, and many others, to collect tax at 40 shillings per knight's fee]  
[15] Book of Aids [e] 1346 Dorset. Hundred of Uggescombe. From Roger de Chaundos for one quarter of one fee in Langton [Herring] that Phillip Herring formerly held - 10 shillings. Hundred of Culvardestre [Culliford Tree]. From Roger Chaundos for one fee in Sutton with its members, that Hugh Poynz formerly held – 40 shillings.
Essex. Hundred of Chafford. Roger Chaundos, knight, holds a quarter of a fee in Stafford, as ward of the heir of David de Stafford, that John de Hamme and Stephen de Cherteseye formerly held - 10 shillings.
Hereford. Hundred of Grimeswrosen. 2 marks received from Roger de Chaundos for third part of 2 fees in Welynton. Hundred of Greytre. 20 shillings received from Roger de Chaundos for half a fee in Fowehop. Hundred of Welletre. 40 shillings received from Roger de Chaundos for 1 fee in Snodhull, that he holds from the king.
Kent. Hundred of Codeshethe. From Roger de Chaundos, knight, for one fee that Hugh de Poyntz held, in Lullyngeston, of the archbishop of Canterbury - 40 shillings.
This tax census shows Roger Chaundos being responsible for taxes levied on Sutton Poyntz.
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 6 page 4
1347 [Reference to Roger Chaundos ‘chivaler’ in list of wool levies]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1345-48 page 281
3 May 1347 Pardon to William de Kaynton of his outlawry in the county of Hereford for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench to answer touching a plea of Roger de Chaundos that he render an account for the time when he was his receiver; on certificate by John de Stonore, chief justice, that he has now surrendered to the Flete prison.  
  Close Rolls [f]
1346-1349 page 429
26 Jan
1348
[Order to restore lands to widow of Richard Danseye, as they were held of Roger de Chaundos, rather than of the king in chief]  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1348-50 page 174
28 Aug 1348 Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger Chaundos, Roger Hillary, William de Chiltenham, and John Laundeles, on complaint by Richard son of Gilbert Talbot that Philip Ulliger, Thomas Hakeluyt, Walter de la Lome, John Obyn, Thomas Obyn, Hugh de Clifford, 'chapeleyn,' Walter de la Barre, 'fevere,' [other names] Aleyngnesmor, John le Yunge, John Levyot, Walter le Yunge, John Waleys, Walter Hou, John Hou, Robert le Clerk, Henry Colynes, John Saundres and others, carried away his goods at Hontyton, co. Hereford.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1348-50 page 585
26 Jun 1350 The like [commission of oyer and terminer] to Roger Chaundos, Roger Hillary, Baldwin de Fryvill, John de Boulwas and Richard de Estham, on complaint by Hugh Pauncefot that John Lucas and others imprisoned him at Walsshe Huntyton, co. Hereford, and carried away his goods.  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1350-54 page 91
5 Mar 1351 The like [commission of the peace, pursuant to the statutes of Winchester and Westminster. Northampton, and the ordinance of labourers and servants in the last Parliament at Westminster. They are also to hear and determine trespasses against the ordinance, and continue process against those indicted thereof until they be taken, surrendered or outlawed, and indictments of felony made before the earl and his fellows, justices last appointed in this behalf and other indictments not relating to felony begun before the said justices and not yet determined] to the following in the underwritten counties: Richard Talbot of Godrichecastell, Peter de Grandissono, Roger Hillary, Roger Chaundos, Richard de la Bere, Richard de la Pole, William de Chiltenham, William de Frome. Hereford  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1350-54 page 153
25 May 1351 Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemore, Peter de Grauntson, Roger de Chaundos, Roger Hillary and John Gour, on complaint by the prior of the Friars Preachers of Hereford that, whereas the king lately granted to him and the friars of that place a lane called ' Froggelone' in the suburb of the city, 21 perches long and 28 feet broad, to enclose for the enlargement of their manse, and they had accordingly enclosed the same and held it for some time, John, bishop of Hereford, and Stephen de Ledebury, John Boter, William Sheynton, Adam Esgar, Thomas Talbot, John Rees, John Prophete, Robert Henley, William Wyk and Richard Bokenhull, chaplains, Richard Hervy, Adam Gurdeler and others of the county of Hereford, broke the close aforesaid, to the damage of the prior and friars of 200 marks and against the king's peace.
And afterwards on 2 June, Richard de Godrichiscastel and William de Shareshull are associated in the above commission.
 
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Vol 10 page 72
8 Jul 1353 Entry for Roger le Forester, who holds land at Maurdyn of Roger Chaundos  
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 6 page 372
4 Oct
1353
The like [to take into the king’s hand and to make inquisition as to his lands etc.] to the following escheators touching the lands of the persons named: Richard de Brigge, escheator in the county of Hereford; Roger Chaundos. The death of Roger Chaundos.
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Vol 10 page 124
24 Sep 1353 Roger Chaundos.
Hereford and the adjacent March of Wales. Inq taken at Hereford Saturday before SS Simon & Jude, 27 Edw III.
Snodhull. The manor (extent given) including a castle in ruins, and 120a, underwood which are worth 10s yearly and no more because they lie in the parts of Wales and there are no buyers there.
Fowehop. The manor (extent given). The extent includes two watermills destroyed by the overflow of the river Weye and a park of great trees.
Fowehop. A messuage and a virgate of land held of the prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England by fealty and suit of the said prior’s court every three weeks and by service of 3s yearly.
Welynton. The manor (extent given) held jointly with Maud his wife.
He held the manors of Snodhull and Fowehop of the king in chief to him and the heirs of his body. He held the manor of Welynton of the king in chief jointly with Maud his wife who survives, and the heirs male of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Roger. The three manors are held of the king by service of two knights’ fees. He died 24 September 27 Edw III. Thomas de Chaundos, knight, his son, aged 30 years, is his heir.
Roger de Chaundos's properties held at death.
  Close Rolls [f]
1349-1354 page 566
12 Nov
1353
To Richard de Brugge, escheator in the county of Hereford. Order to take the fealty of Maud late the wife of Roger de Chaundos in accordance with the form of a schedule enclosed, and not to intermeddle further with the manor of Welynton in that county, restoring the issues thereof to her, as the king has learned by inquisition taken by the escheator that Roger de Chaundos at his death held the said manor jointly with Maud of the grant of Master Thomas de Chaundos by the king’s licence, for themselves and Roger’s heirs male by Maud’s body, and that the manor is held in chief by Knight’s service. Order for Matilda to keep possession of Welington manor in Hereford, which she and Roger had held jointly.
  Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 6 page 380
14 Nov
1353
Order to Richard de Brugge, escheator in the county of Hereford, to deliver to Thomas, son and heir of Roger de Chaundos, the lands whereof his father was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day of his death; as the king has taken his homage and fealty. Order for Roger de Chaundos's son, Thomas, to take possession of his lands
  Close Rolls [f]
1360-1364 page 209
16 Jul 1361 [One of a series of very long orders dealing with the inheritance of Henry, the late duke of Lancaster. Properties delivered to Maud, one of the late duke’s daughters, include one knight’s fee in Logwardyn co. Hereford, held by Roger Chaundos]  
[16] Fine Rolls [h]
Vol 7 page 198
10 Nov
1361
The like order [to take into the king’s hand the lands of the late person, and to make inquisition] concerning Maud late the wife of Roger de Chaundos; Hereford. The death of Matilda.
  Close Rolls [f]
1360-64 page 322
7 Mar
1362
To Philip de Lutteleye escheator in Herefordshire. Order to cause Thomas Chaundos knight to have seisin of the manor of Welynton taken into the king's hand by the death of Maud who was wife of Roger Chaundos, saving to the king any rehef to him due; as by inquisition, taken by the escheator, it is found that Maud at her death held no lands in that county in chief nor of any other in her demesne as of fee, but held the said manor in fee tail in chief as parcel of the barony of Snodhull of the grant of Master Thomas Chaundos made with the king's licence to her and her said husband and to the heirs male of their bodies, and that Thomas Chaundos knight, son of the said Roger of Maud begotten, is their next heir and of full age ; and the king has at another time taken the homage of Thomas for the lands of his said father.  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i] 1362/3 Matilda wife of Roger de Chaundos.
Hereford. Welynton manor (extent given) part of the Barony of Snodhull.
Properties held by Matilda at her death. This entry needs more investigation.
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Vol 17 page 294
14 Sep 1396 Entry for Lucy, the wife of Thomas Chaundos (son of Roger Chaundos). This refers to the manor of Welynton in Herefordshire, which had been granted in trust to Lucy for life and then to John Chaundos (Thomas's son) and his wife Philippa (sister of Guy de Bryan the younger, who had been one of the trustees).  
  Close Rolls [f]
1396-99 page 16
12 Oct
1396
[Grant of livery of manor of Welynton, co. Hertford, to John Chaundos and his wife Philippa, which had been held for life by Lucy wife of Thomas Chaundos, with reversion to Guy de Bryene the son, and others, who had granted the reversion to John and Philippa.] This Philippa was the sister of Guy Bryan the younger, and married John Chaundos, the grandson of Roger and Maud Chaundos who had owned Sutton Poyntz
  Book of Aids [e] 1428 Dorset. Hundred of Colyfordestre [Culliford Tree]. From lady Joan Bryan for one knight’s fee in Sutton with its members, that Roger Chaundos formerly held – 6s 8d. Hundred of Uggescombe. From Roger Chaundes for quarter part of one fee in Langeton [Herring] that Phillip Herring formerly held – 20d.
Hereford. Hundred of Grymeswros. From John Chandos for a third part of 2 fees, once of Roger Chaundos, in Welinton - 3s. 5d.
A later tax census, showing that Roger Chaundos had once held Sutton Poyntz.
(There is an error in this entry, which should refer to lady Alice Bryan, not Joan).
  Dorset History Centre D/WLC/T 157 16 Oct 1428 16 Edward III. Writ. Cites final concord of 1330 in which Hugh Poyntz of Corymalet (Curry Mallet, Somerset) querent, and Nicholas Poyntz, parson of the Church of the Blessed Mary of Hoo (Kent) and Hugh de Melyplassh, parson of the church of Corymalet, deforciants, agreed concerning the manor of Rocklegh in Wiltshire (held by John Godhyve ? for his life), and the manor of Sutton Poyntz, (held by Roger de Chaundos and wife Matilda as her dowry from said Nicholas). Remainder to Hugh's sons Nicholas, Hugh, Walter, Henry, Thomas. Writ states that Matilda and Hugh Poyntz are now dead, also their son Nicholas, and that certain men called Richd. Neuton, Robt. Caundyssh, Robt. Corf, clerk, Peter Dormun (?), clerk, and William Ketyll now hold the manor. They are to appear at Westminster to state why John Neuburg senior, kin and heir of Nicholas Poyntz, should not have the manor of Sutton Poyntz The Dorset History Centre index dates this to 1342 (16 Edw III), but this date does not make sense in the context (Nicholas Poyntz had not died, and John Newburgh junior had not yet been born). The description of John Newburgh as "senior" makes it is almost certain that this dates to 1428 (16 Hen V). The document itself is not clear.

This references the agreement dated 1330 (see above), whereby the manors of Sutton Poyntz and Rockley in Wiltshire are granted eventually to the next heir of Hugh Poyntz. At this stage, Hugh and his son Nicholas have both died. The writ concludes that the manor of Sutton Poyntz should therefore go to Nicholas's grandson John Newburgh.