, Thomas Peverel, enfeoffed by Maud de Brom, and John Radmild have 4 fees in Hertfield, Bevendean, Eastbourne and Alfriston, and half a fee which was of Walter de Alfriston in Alfriston is contained in the four fees once of Henry de Hertfield. All held for 2 knight's fees of the fee of Mortain, suit of the King's court, and an equivalent for castle guard at Pevensey, etc. Shortly before Robert's death John Fillol had bought from who was sued in 1317 by John Filliol for one acre in Hertfield and for a quarter part of the advowson of the church.
Her heir is Robert de Brom, aged 30 and more (CIPM). 1296 the escheator had order to take into the King's hands the lands late of Maud de Brom, deceased, tenant in chief, and on June 3 Robert de Brom, son and heir of Maud de Brom of Sussex, received the lands late of his mother, having done homage (CCR). - Robert's wife was called Johanna in a court case with William, son of William Burgersh, about a messuage and land in Hertfield (SSX FF). He sells it to John for 10 marks, but Jordan Maurant and Alice and Maurice de Hodleigh put in their claim (SSX FF).
- In Hertfield, in a vaulted appartment lying beneath a house, was found a shield with the arms of Dallingridge (A Hist. His last heir in turn was John de Wardieu, recorded in 1347, whose daughter and heir Elizabeth, married Sir Edward Dalyngridge (VCH).
The three and a half fees held by William Brom were assigned in dower to Isabel, widow of earl Hugh de Albini of Sussex, and next year William's manor of Blo Norton went to Hugh's sister and heiress Nicholaa who was married to Roger de Somery.Roger reimburses William for the damage caused to him by the destrainment (SSX FF). - 1260 The King sues Peter de Saboudia for several manors in Greensted, Marsfield, Leyton, Wilindon, Ashdown Forest, Walden castle and the manor of Pevensey, in total 63 military fees in Sussex of the Honours of Aquila and Leicester.holds 4 knight's fees in Hertfield of the Honour de Aquila of Peter de Sabaudia (Testa Nevil), but by 1230 a part of his holding in Bevendean had gone to Hugh de Folkington (VCH SSX V. - Between 12 Henry is witness to an exchange of land between the Prior of Michelham and the Prior of Lewes (Lewes Chartulary, SAS V. Peter is disposed to leave theses holdings to Henry's queen Alianor in case he dies without heirs.for attending Henry's court every 3 weeks, which service.William acknowledges that the tenement is the right of Roger, so that Rogers has to render 2s 6d at four terms each to William and his heirs, and William to render his dues to their overlord.