The following documents mention Henry Pilkington and members of his family
1461 granted by Edward IV lands in co. Lancashire and York forfeited by John Cattrall's rebellion
[Cal. Rot. Pat., 302]
1462, Feb. 23, Westminster. Grant to Henry Pylkyngton, esquire, and the heirs male of his body of all lands, rents, services, meadows, pastures, courts, views of frank pledge, leets, suits, waifs and strays with their appurtenances in the counties of York and Lancaster, not exceeding the value of 40 marks yearly, in the king's hands by reason of the forfeiture of John Catarall in Parliament at Westminster, 4 November, rendering to the king yearly at Easter a good javelin with a good steel head. By p.s.
[C.P.R. I Edward IV, pt.IV, m. 22, p.107]
1478, 7 July. Westminster. Richard Nesfeld late of Flasby, co. York, esquire, for not appearing to answer a plea that he render 400l, to Sir John Pilkington, knight, administrator of the goods of Henry Pylkyngton esquire, who died intestate. York.
[C.P.R.18 Edward IV Pt.I, m. 28, p.82.]
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