There is an Escheat (5H8 n 42) for Edward Villiers of Hothorpe who d 26 Jun 1513. I have not seen the original but is has been described as stating that Clement, his heir was "aged 17 1/2"
"aged 17 1/12" at his father's death
While looking for details on the life of Clement, I could find almost nothing, so I went looking for his other family and discovered him by accident under Vyllers
Clement Vyllers, Gent 1539
From this document we can see that he was apparently sharing (?) responsibility for the court baron with firstly Sir Thomas Pulteney.
We identify this man as that one of Misterton Leics, m Anne Shirley and had at least two sons and three daughters : Agnes, Elizabeth, Francis (male), Richard and Rose
We can see, if this is him, that he must have died exactly in 1539/40 as his son Francis esq then takes over the court baron jointly.
Leo has this man apparently dead in 1507 which must be I suggest, his *father*. Otherwise the possibility that this Sir Thomas, was a son of another Sir Thomas of Misterton. I haven't explored all of these possibilities.
This also gives us the information that Francis Pulteney was yet living in 1542 but we know he was probate in 1544