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LIBER FEODORUM. 



THE BOOK OF FEES 



COMMONLY CALLED 



TESTA DE NEVILL, 

REFORMED 
FROM THE EARLIEST MSS. 



BY 



THE DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE RECORDS. 



PART I. 
AJX 1198—1242, 



LONDON i 
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1920. 






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PREFACE. 



The Testa de Nevill of 1807, 

In December 1804, the Royal Commissioners on the 
Public Records made an order : — 

"That the Books intituled ' Testa de Nevill' in 
the King's Remembrancer's Office, containing an 
account of Knights' Fees and Serjeanties in the reigns 
of Henry the Third and Edward the First, be forth- 
with transcribed and printed." 
The book thus authorised was published in folio in 1807, 
and for more than a century it has been " at once the 
hunting-ground and the despair of the topographer and 
the student of genealogy." 1 It bristles with error and 
confusion throughout. The very title-page is misleading : — 
" Testa de Nevill sive Liber Feodorum in curia 
Scaccarii, Temp. Hen. III. and Edw. I." 
Although the greater part of the text belongs to the reign of 
Henry III, the sections belonging, to the reign of Edward I 
actually occupy less space than sections belonging to the 
reign of John, while some scattered sections date back even 
to the reign of Richard I. 

The Preface runs as follows : — 

" In the King's Remembrancer's Office of the Court 
of Exchequer are preserved Two ancient Books called 
the Testa de Nevill, or Liber Feodorum, which are 
described in the Return of Abel Moysey, Esq. Deputy 
King's Remembrancer, printed in the Reports from 
the Select Committee of the House of Commons, 
appointed to inquire into the State of the Public 
Records of the Kingdom, &c. Page 138, as containing 
" Nomina Villarum, Serjeanties, and Knights Fees, in 

1 Round, The Commune of London, p. 261, 
Wt. 3705. 375. 12/20. H.T. Ltd, 



iv PREFACE. 

several Counties, taken by Inquisition temp. Hen. III. 
and Edward I. " ; and it is there also observed, " that 
these Two Books contain the Compilations known by 
the Name of Testa de Nevill ; " and that in the Cover 
of each Book there is a Memorandum in an ancient 
Hand, of which the following is a Copy ; " Contenta 
pro Evidenciis habeantur hie in Scc'io et non pro 
Recordo." 

" These Books contain principally an Account, 

1 . Of Fees holden either immediately of the King, or 

of others who held of the King in Capite, and if 
alienated whether the Owners were enfeoffed ab 
antiquo, or de novo, as also Fees holden in Frank- 
almoign, with the Values thereof respectively. 

2. Of Serjeanties holden of the King, distinguishing 

such as were rented or alienated, with the Values 
of the same. 

3. Of Widows and Heiresses of Tenants in Capite, 

whose Marriages were in the Gift of the King, 
with the Values of their Lands. 

4. Of Churches in the Gift of the King, and in whose 

Hands they were. 

5. Of Escheats, as well of the Lands of Normans as 

others, in whose Hands the same were, and by 
what Services holden. 

6. Of the Amount of the Sums paid for Scutage and 

Aid, &c. by each Tenant. 

"The Books appear to have been compiled near the 
Close of the Reign of Edward the Second, or the 
Commencement of that of Edward the Third, partly 
from Inquests taken on the Presentments of Jurors of 
Hundreds before the Justices itinerant, and partly 
from Inquisitions upon Writs awarded to the Sheriffs 
for collecting of Scutages, Aids, &c. 

"From what Circumstance they have obtained the 
Name of Testa de Nevill is not ascertained ; there are 
however Two Persons, to either of whom they may 



PREFACE. V 

be assignable, viz. Ralph de Nevill, an Accountant in 
the Exchequer and Collector of Aids in the Reign of 
Henry the Third, whose Name occurs in the Book 
p. 39, and Jollan de Nevill, a Justice itinerant, of the 
same Reign, who, as Dugdale in his Baronage, Vol. I. 
p. 288, supposes, may have been the Author. 

"The Entries which are specifically entitled "Testa 
de Nevill/' are evidently Quotations, and form com- 
paratively a very small Part of the Whole : they have 
in all Probability been copied from a Roll bearing that 
Name, a Part of which is still extant in the Chapter 
House at Westminster, consisting of Five small Mem- 
branes, containing Ten Counties ; the Roll appears 
to be of the Age of Edward the First, and agrees 
verbatim with the Entries in these Books. 

W. Illingworth, J 

There is evidence in one of the books of the old Record 
Commission preserved at the Public Record Office that this 
very perfunctory Preface was composed by Illingworth. 
Caley altered a few words in the draft and affixed his 
signature. Nevertheless he was described as "editor " and 
as having done work in "preparing and revising for press." 1 
Illingworth is moreover credited with "attending at Chapter 
House, examining Testa de Nevill, abstracting, etc., trans- 
cribing and collating records/' The suggestion in the 
Preface that part of the Book was copied from the roll 
formerly preserved at the Chapter House proves to be 
erroneous. 2 

If either Caley or Illingworth had studied the entry 
which stands first in the present edition, he might have 

1 For the amount of historical work professedly done by Caley in 
the early part of the nineteenth century, see Dictionary of National 
Biography, vol. viii. pp. 251, 252 ; Nicolas 's Observations on the State 
of Historical Literature, pp. 140-142, and Refutation of Palgrave, pp. 
194, 195. 

1 This roll is now numbered S. ij. 4. For examples of divergencies 
see pp. 99-102 below. 

1ZO 



VI PREFACE. 

gone on to ascertain from Fuller's Worthies that Roger de 
Bavent who is described as sheriff of Yorkshire held that 
office in the reign of Richard I, and from L,e Neve's Fasti 
that no Archbishop of Canterbury bore a name beginning 
with 'H' between the years 1205 and 1414. The editor 
or editors may of course have supposed that certain 
returns (now known to date from the year 1212) which 
contain allusions to ' King Henry, the king's father/ dated 
only from the reign of Edward I, but a return from the 
sheriff of Stafford addressed ' Excellentissimo domino suo 
J. Dei gracia illustri regi Anglie '* ought to have suggested 
to the most careless editor that it could not belong to either 
of the reigns mentioned on the title-page. 

The Preface to the volume published in 1807, set out 
above, is followed by a list of counties and by facsimiles 
of two passages in the Edwardian manuscript. The text 
extends to 418 pages, printed in double column from a 
transcript made by "a man of the name of Simpson, 
who was a writer in the Exchequer." 2 Numerals in the 
margin indicate the pagination of the two volumes copied 
by him, and Illingworth collated his transcript with the 
Book. The notorious faults of the printed volume are 
presumably due to Caley, if, as stated, he " corrected the 
press." 

Many as are the shortcomings of the Edwardian 
manuscript, the compilers of it generally had the good 
sense to leave blank spaces between the different sections, 
and furthermore to mark the beginning of each new section 
by a fresh heading in larger lettering. Nevertheless in the 
edition of 1807, sections different in character and in date 
are often printed consecutively, without even a note to 
suggest that there should be an interval between them. 
Conversely, blank spaces, emphasised by lines across the 
text, have been introduced at haphazard in sections which 

1 Page 141 below. 

2 Report of Select Committee on the Record Commission ^(1836), p. 55 ; 
Nicolas 's Refutation of Palgrave, p. 172. 



PREFACE. vii 

should proceed continuously. The most charitable theory 
is that Caley left the printers to deal with the transcript 
as they pleased. Anyhow, the result is chaotic. 

The volume thus published in 1807 has an ' Index Iyoco rum ' 
and an * Index Nominum/ compiled by a Mr. Ellis and a 
Mr. Home respectively. The former, extending from 
page 419 to page 523, is in point of fact a series of indexes 
purporting to deal separately with the different counties. 
Some errors in it are clearly due t,o the arrangement of the 
Book itself. Although this index makes no attempt to 
correct, or to bring together, the variant forms of particular 
local names, it appears to be fairly complete. The index 
of persons, extending from page 524 to page 599, does not 
possess even that merit. 

Considering the character of the printed ( Testa de Nevill y * 
it is not surprising that students, even some of the best, 
have been misled by it. In default of any editorial 
guidance, they have been left to determine for themselves 
whether particular entries date from the accession of 
Henry III. in 1216 or from any one of the succeeding years 
down to the death of Edward I. in 1307. Some writers 
have referred to "the date of the Testa de Nevill/' appar- 
ently unaware that its contents range from 1198 down to 
1293, nearly a whole century. 

The Liber Feodorum of 1302. 

The manuscript officially styled ' Liber Feodorum ' and 
commonly known as ' Testa de Nevill ' consists of two 
stout volumes of parchment leaves now measuring 12J 
inches by 9 inches. Originally the pages were larger, but 
the medieval binder has cut down the margins, and even 
removed some of the writing at the tops and edges of the 
leaves. Recent investigations have led to the discovery 
of an entry of a payment debited to John of Drokensford, 
keeper of the Wardrobe, in June 1302, which gives the 
date at which the Book was written and even the name of 
the scribe, in the following words : — 



Vlii PREFACE. 

" Eidem, ix° die Junii, iij.s. liberati Willelmo de 
Coshals, clerico, in persolucione iiij.l. xiij.s. pro lxij. 
peciis scribendis de libro qui vocatur librum (sic) 
de feodis, videlicet pro pecia xviij-d." 1 

In the same year, the Book was bound. Among the entries 
of further payments debited to John of Drokensford there 

is the following : — 

" Eidem, xxiiij to die Novembris, x.s. liberati Johanni 

le Iyumynor pro ligatura duorum librorum de feodis 

Anglie de novo scriptorum, per preceptum P. de 

Wylughby, tenentis locum thesaurarii, nunciante W. de 

BrichulT." 2 

Nine years later, the Book was certainly in use. On the 3rd 

of November, 1311, a royal writ was issued to the Treasurer 

and Barons of the Exchequer ordering search to be made in 

the rolls of their department as to the rights of the Crown in 

the hospital of Hornchurch during the voidance of the office 

of warden. In reply the Treasurer and Barons supplied 

some information from a roll of the year 1253 and added-: — 

(( Comperimus eciam in libro feodorum in Essex in 

Testa de NevilF in Hundredo de Bekyntre quod 

ecclesia de Haveringges est de donacione domini regis, 

et Rex Henricus avus dedit earn fratribus de Monte 

Jovis." 3 

Their reference is to page 247 of the second volume of the 
Book of Fees, which contains a transcript of part of the 
record of the proceedings before the justices in eyre in 
Essex in the years 1218-1219. 4 It should be noted, how- 
ever, that the passage is not described in the Book as 
derived ' de Testa de Nevill ' ; indeed none of the matter 
transcribed for that county bears that description. 

In like manner on the 1st of July, 1314, the Treasurer 
and Barons were directed to supply information with 



1 Issue Roll, Easter, 30 Edw. I. m. 1. 

2 Issue Roll, Mich. 30-31 Edw. I. m. 4. 

3 Chanc. Inq. Misc. file 72. no. 11. 

4 Printed on page 276 of the present edition. 



PREFACE}. IX 

regard to the manor of Boxworth in Cambridgeshire, and 
they answered : — 

" Compertum est in libro feodorum sub titulo 

Baronie Picoti quod Rogerus de Huntingfeld tenet in 

Bokesworth quartam partem unius feodi de domino 

rege." 1 

Their reference is to page 589 of the second volume of the 

Book of Fees. 

It is not necessary to accumulate later instances in 
which the officers of the Exchequer furnished the Chancery 
with extracts of this kind. When asked for information 
concerning tenures, they regularly referred to the Liber 
Feodorum, just as they did to Domesday Book and to the 
Red Book of the Exchequer, which were also in their 
custody. 2 

A transcript of the sections of the Liber Feodorum relating 
to Lincolnshire was, in or soon after 1327, sent to the 
collectors of scutages in that county, together with a few 
brief extracts from the Red Book of the Exchequer. 3 

The identification of the two volumes which were com- 
pleted in 1302 with the existing Liber Feodorum would be 
perfectly satisfactory in all points but for a definite refer- 
ence in it to the Pipe Roll of 1319. This occurs in a list of 
fees in the county of Northampton copied from a return of 
1242, and runs as follows : — 

" Gilbertus de Preston' dimidium feodum in Gretton 

per cartam Regis Johannis et sicut continetur in 

rotulo xij° Regis Edwardi filii Regis Edwardi in 

NorthamtonV' 4 

Although the word ' et ' is interlined, the whole entry 

might at first sight appear to be contemporary with the 

entries that precede it. Close examination, however, shows 

1 C. Inq. post mortem, Edw. II. file 34. no. 4. 

2 See Chancery Writs and Returns, passim ; Calendar of Inquisitions 
post mortem vol. vi. pp. 15, 105, 136; vol. vii. pp. 215, 400; vol. viii. 
pp. 76, 77, 436, 446. 

3 This transcript, having been returned, is now numbered S. j. 8. 

4 Liber Feodorum, vol. i. p. 102 and p. 931 of the present edition. 



X PREFACE. 

that the later part of it is written in a hand slightly larger 
than that used in the first seven words of the entry, and 
that the original arrangement of the sections, or paragraphs, 
had left a blank space at this point in which it was easy to 
make an insertion. It is in fact almost certain that the 
words 'per cartam' down to ' Northatnton" were added to 
the text as a gloss in a hand very similar to that of the 
original scribe, after the year 1319. 

The arrangement of the quires of the two volumes shows 
that the order of their contents was for some time in doubt. 
There is evidence that the scribe copied the matter for 
many of the counties continuously, beginning each new 
county as he came to it, whether in the middle of a quire 
or not, but that at other times he followed a different 
system and began to write upon a new quire of parchment 
when he reached a fresh county. A detailed description 
of the quaternions of the two volumes will be found in a 
special appendix. Here it need only be noted that the 
quaternions which now stand at the beginning of the second 
volume were at one time intended to come first in the 
whole book. 

The present covers of the two volumes are modern. 
The old covers are still in existence, wooden boards covered 
with leather, Showing traces of metal bosses and clasps. 
A detailed account of them is given in a special appendix. 

The contents of the Book purport to be arranged county 
by county, the pairs of counties which shared a sheriff 
being sometimes treated as one unit and sometimes sub- 
divided. The scribe, however, was working from originals 
grouped according to the dates of successive enquiries, and 
he must have found the re-arrangement of his material some- 
what complicated. In many cases he was able to proceed 
without much difficulty, though not without incidental 
error. But in other cases he had to deal with documents, 
such as eyre rolls, where a single membrane might contain 
matter relating to different counties, much to his embarrass- 
ment. A curious instance of this occurs in the second 



PREFACE. XI 

volume of the Book on pages 649 to 668, where the scribe 
has copied an eyre roll relating to Yorkshire, Lincolnshire 
and Lancashire consecutively, heading each page with 
the words ' Com' Ebor' Z 1 After completing the transcript, 
he discovered his error and endeavoured to correct it by 
altering the headings ; nevertheless the matter relating 
to Lincolnshire and Lancashire remains imbedded in the 
section relating to Yorkshire. Other instances of the 
same kind could be given. 

But the division of the material by counties involved 
the scribe in other difficulties from which he had no simple 
means of escape. While a return from the sheriff of a 
particular county could without hesitation be assigned to 
its proper place, a return from the steward of an honour 
extending over several counties was obviously troublesome. 
If such a return were cut up and distributed, its unity was 
destroyed, and the connexion between the separated 
portions obscured ; if the whole return were placed under 
the county that contained the ' caput ' of the honour, the 
lands that lay in other counties were misplaced . No uniform 
method was devised to deal with such difficulties. 

A lack of system is particularly apparent in the treat- 
ment of the accounts of the collectors of the Aid of 1235 
for the marriage of the king's sister. While collectors were 
appointed for the several counties, the payments for the 
Aid were due from the stewards of the honours. The 
scribe seems to have made a half-hearted attempt in some 
few cases to enter all manors both under the county where 
they lay and under the county where the 'caput' of the 
honour was to be found. For instance his version of 
the account for Staffordshire begins with extracts from the 
accounts for Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Worcestershire, and 
he was so much occupied in collecting these that he 
omitted nearly all the items which really belonged to 
Staffordshire, and did not even give the names of the 
collectors for that county. The paragraphs so extracted 
1 Pp. 355-370 of the present edition. 



Xli PREFACE. 

are indeed given again in their proper places, with the 
result that Englefield, Compton Beauchamp and six other 
places in Berkshire figure in the printed index of 1807 as 
being in two different counties far apart. In other cases, part 
of a document is copied in one section and part in another. 

Within the several county sections, the arrangement of 
the transcripts does not follow any very definite order. 
In almost every case, however, the scribe begins with one 
of the lists connected with the Scutage of Gasconyof 1242, 
the latest and fullest with which he had to deal. A whole 
quire is sometimes interpolated giving transcripts of 
documents which had not been copied in the first instance. 
Thus in the section relating to Norfolk and Suffolk the 
continuity of a return of fees in 1242 is broken by the 
insertion of sixteen pages of different matter. 1 When the 
scribe found two manuscripts of a list, he usually copied 
both. There is thus a good deal of duplication, especially 
in the pages relating to the Aid of 1235 and the Scutage 
of Gascony. Some documents having little or no connexion 
with feudal tenures also got included in the compilation. 

Of the two volumes one, now styled the first, begins 
with Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire ; the other begins 
with Kent. The arrangement of the counties within the 
volumes is neither alphabetical nor geographical, but we 
may here and there perceive traces of an intention to 
follow the sequence of the counties as given in Domesday 
Book. The arrangement of the quaternions throws more 
light on this question. 

The title of the Book. 

The main title given to the printed edition of 1807 has 
been the subject of much discussion. In point of fact, the 
two books had been known as ' Testa de Nevill f from an 
early date, although their official name was, as has been 
seen, ' Liber Feodorum! At the same time this singular 
title has never been satisfactorily explained. The word 

1 Vol. ii. pp. 297-312. 



PREFACE. Xlll 

' Testa ' strictly means an earthen vessel, but by metaphor 
it was also used for a skull, and so, later, for a head. It is 
of course conceivable that small rolls of parchment might 
have been kept in an earthen jar, especially if it had 
a cover. Nevertheless the alternative translation of 
'head' is clearly preferable in this case. 

The earliest known reference to the Book of Fees as 

the 'Testa de Nevill' occurs in the year 1383. In the 

course of a dispute between the abbot and convent of 

Croyland and the collectors of an aid in Lincolnshire as 

to the tenure of certain lands at Langtoft and Wyham, 

the monks in their petition to the king and council speak of 

" Une livre qe homme appele Teste de Nevill, 

ensemble des enquestes de office, qe nest pas de 

record." 1 

Thus it is clear that ( Testa de Nevill ' as the alternative 

title of the ' Liber Feodorum ' was already in popular use, 

and that the French word ' Teste ' was regarded as the 

equivalent of the Latin ' Testa.' 

It is well known that the officers of the medieval 
Exchequer were wont to mark particular collections of 
records with symbols as well as with verbal inscriptions. 
Many such symbols are given in Stapledon's Calendar 
of the year 1323. 2 Some were more or less heraldic, 
such as an ermine shield for Armenia and a fleur-de-lys 
for France. A fortified gateway denoted Newcastle, 
and a ship denoted Hull, while three herrings marked 
Yarmouth. At least five of the receptacles for records in 
the Treasury of the Exchequer bore drawings of human heads. 
King Edward was represented wearing a crown, the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury wearing a mitre, and John le Latimer 
with a triple head, befitting an interpreter. In view of these 
facts, it seems likely that the receptacle for certain early docu- 
ments relating to knights' fees, serjeanties and the like bore 
the drawing of a head, the head of Nevill. The person so 

1 Rotuli Parliamentorum, vol. ii. p. 71. 

2 Ancient Kalendars of the Exchequer, vol. i. pp. xxvi, xxvii. 



XIV PREFACE. 

designated, without a Christian name, has not been 
identified. It is only permissible to suggest that he was 
one of the many Nevills who held official positions in the 
thirteenth century, that he was well known at the 
Exchequer, and perhaps that his features lent themselves 
readily to caricature. 

There is no obvious reason why a quaint nickname which 
was strictly applicable to about a quarter only of the 
contents of the Book of Fees should have become the 
popular title of the whole work. The compiler did not 
in a single instance begin his work upon any county with 
matter described as taken ' De Testa de Nevill,' or * Ex 
Testa de Nevill,' or as being ' In Testa de Nevill' Nor do 
such words appear on the title-page of either volume. 

Before attempting to deal with the sources from which 
the Book was compiled, it will be well to touch upon the 
motives which led to its preparation. There can be little 
doubt that the immediate cause is to be sought in the assess- 
ment, in the year 1302, of an Aid for the marriage of the 
eldest daughter of Edward I. For the purposes of any aid 
or scutage the collectors had to obtain information as 
to knights' fees and their holders, and for this they 
normally had to rely upon precedent . But from time to time 
the Exchequer would bestir itself and make a new enquiry, 
based of course on the results of the last enquiry of the 
kind, and this would serve as a model, until it in turn 
became antiquated. In the year 1302, the governing 
documents were the inquisitions taken in connexion with 
the Scutage of Gascony in 1242, 1 and, in a secondary 
degree, the previous enquiries of 1235 and 1212. The 
1 carte ' of the barons in 1166 had been already transcribed 
into the Red Book of the Exchequer. As a preliminary to the 
enquiry of 1302, steps were taken to collect and preserve the 
existing precedents in a handy form. It was moreover 

1 It might have seemed more likely that the part of Kirkby's Inquest 
(1285) which deals with knights' fees should have been so used. It did 
not, however, relate specifically to a scutage or aid. 



PREFACE. XV 

thought desirable to deal not only with the fees which were 
liable to the contemplated Aid, but also with serjeanties 
which might be made to yield revenue to the Crown. And 
in consequence, matter connected with these was collected 
from various sources. The result is to be seen in the 
two volumes of the Book of Fees. 

The Original Sources, 
Most of the documents transcribed were taken from the 
general records of the Exchequer, from that section of 
them which afterwards became the records of the King's 
Remembrancer. But among them were at least two 
collections which bore specific names. The first and 
largest of these was that known as ' Testa de NevillJ 

The earliest allusion to a collection of documents under 
this name occurs in an Exchequer roll of the year 1298, and 
runs as follows : — 

" Henricus le Moigne, filius et heres Willelmi le 

Moigne, finem fecit cum rege per xviij.l. pro relevio 

terre sue de Eynstan quam de rege tenet in capite 

per seriantiam lardenarie regis, quam quidem terram 

Radulfus Monachus, antecessor ipsius Henrici, tenuit 

per eandem seriantiam, et valet terra ilia per annum 

xviij.l. sicut continetur in rotulo Teste de Nevill' sub 

titulo Hundredi de Dunmawe." 1 

Here the reference is not to a book, but to a roll described 

as a roll of ( Testa de Nevill.' The document itself has 

disappeared, but a transcript of it in the Book of Fees 

shows it to have been a record of the justices in eyre in 

Essex in 12 1 8-121 9. 2 As has been already mentioned, 

the scribe of the Book of Fees never states the source of 

the documents which he transcribed for Essex ; and the 

above entry is particularly valuable as showing that this 

matter was derived from a manuscript in the 'Testa de 

Nevili: 

In constructing a list of the contents of the ancient 

1 L.T.R. Memoranda Roll. Easter 26 Edward I. rot. 80. 

2 Printed on pp. 274-278 of the present edition. 



XVI PREFACE. 

collection known as ' Testa de Nevill/ the chief guide that 
remains is to be found in the notes in the Book of Fees. 
These notes were not made systematically, and, as in the case 
of Essex, there is clear evidence that the scribe did not always 
mention the fact that a particular document came from the 
' Testa de Nevill' But assuming — and it is a fair assumption — 
that such a note appended to one or more of the documents 
in a particular set is evidence as to the origin of the whole 
set, it is possible to draw up a list of those documents in 
the collection which were transcribed into the Book of 
Fees : — 

Assessments of serjeanties in connexion with the 
carucage of 1198. 

A list of fees in the Bishopric of Durham, about 1208- 
1210. 

Lists of ecclesiastical fees seized during the interdict of 
1208-1213. 

An isolated return of fees, serjeanties and aliens' 
lands in Gloucestershire between 1211 and 1213. 
Returns to the inquest of 1212. 

Extracts from the rolls of the justices in eyre in 1219 
and 1227. 

Carucage accounts for Berkshire and Gloucestershire 
in 1220. x 

A series of extracts from eyre rolls of various dates. 
An early but undated list of payments due from 
towns in three hundreds in Leicestershire. 

An enquiry touching the manor of Ospringe in Kent, 
made about 1240. 
There may have been other documents in the collection, 
and it is clear that some were added at a later date. Thus 
a few original documents relating to the Scutage of Gascony 
bear on the dorse a note: — i Testa de Nevill.' So again a 
series of abstracts from a return of fees in three hundreds of 

1 Probably all the documents relating to this carucage were in the 
collection. But those for the other counties were riot transcribed in 
1302, and are now in the class of Subsidies. 



PREFACE. xvii 

the county of Huntingdon in 1303, made apparently in the 
later part of the fifteenth century, and so intrinsically of 
little value, has a heading in the original hand : — ' In baga 
de Testa de Nevill.' 1 

The other collection seems to have been labelled : — 
' Seriantie arentate per Robertum Passelewe tempore Regis 
H. filii Regis Johannis.' It comprised two or more rolls, 
containing the proceedings and results of Passelewe's com- 
mission to arrent serjeanties*, of which only one roll is still 
in existence. 2 With these rolls there was also a set 
of extracts from documents of various dates, being dupli- 
cates of those contained in the ' Testa de Nevill.' To these, 
after the completion of Passelewe's enquiry, were added 
returns for several counties, containing the result of an 
enquiry taken about the year 1251. 

At the date of the transcription of the Book of Fees, 
both sets of documents mentioned above had already suffered 
serious losses, and some of those that survived had been 
damaged and mutilated. Within a few months of its 
completion many of the original documents which had 
been copied into it were lent to the principal agents 
employed in the assessment and collection of the Aid for 
marrying the eldest daughter of Edward I. On the 6th of 
February, 1303, the Deputy-Treasurer and the Barons of 
the Exchequer made an order ' that all the old rolls con- 
cerning the fees of divers persons in the several counties 
of England, which are in the custody of John of Kirkeby, 
Remembrancer of the Exchequer, shall be delivered, or 
sent under seal ' to the officers appointed to survey or 
direct the collection of the Aid, together with copies of 
the lists of all fees entered in the Red Book. Particulars 

1 S.iv.18. The original return has for a long time past been numbered 
Subsidies 122/3. Feudal Aids, vol. ii. 

2 This roll is now among the miscellaneous rolls of the Lord Treasurer's 
Remembrancer, where there is also a transcript of it. In all probability 
it was lent to that department by the King's Remembrancer for transcrip- 
tion, and never returned. L.T.R. Miscellaneous Rolls 1/11; the transcript 
is 1/12. 

Wt. 3705. s b 



xviii PREFACE. 

are given of the exact number of ' pieces ' which were thus 
lent to the collectors for thirteen groups of counties. Among 
the documents described as ' divers rolls ' were those 
connected with the scutage of 1242. A smaller number 
of documents are specifically stated to have belonged to 
the ' Testa de Nevill/ and endorsements can still be seen 
on some rolls of the years 1212 and 1219 agreeing precisely 
with the figures given in 1303. It is not, however, possible 
to identify all the originals which were lent, and, although 
we are specifically told that all the rolls, except a single 
1 piece ' relating to Devon and Cornwall, were duly returned 
to the Exchequer, many have disappeared in the course 
of the six succeeding centuries. 

But the very existence of the Book of Fees led to a 
long neglect of the rolls transcribed into it. The Book, 
rather than the original rolls, became the normal source 
of information, and the originals became absorbed into 
the general collection of the King's Remembrancer. 
Dugdale's *- Baronage of England ' published in 1675 con- 
tains various marginal references to ' Testa de Nevill/ 
meaning the two volumes. The original rolls and certain 
early copies of them seem indeed to have lain neglected 
until after the publication of the folio volume in 1807. 
Some of them are mentioned in 1812 as having been 
1 discovered in the office of the King's Remembrancer at 
the Exchequer at Westminster.' 1 In 1834, Joseph Hunter 
identified many of the originals with the transcripts of 
them in the Book, and brought them together. 

In 1859, some of the materials for the Book known as 
1 Testa de Nevill ' constituted bundle 894 of the Ancient 
Miscellanea of the Queen's Remembrancer of the Exchequer. 2 
As left by Hunter, the little collection comprised not only 
certain early documents which had been in ' Testa de 
Nevill ' at the time of the compilation of the Book of Fees, 

1 First Report from Commissioners on Public Records, p. 196 ; Report 
of Select Committee on the Record Commission (1836), pp. 55, 444, 445. 

2 Twentieth Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Records, App., p. 132, 



PREFACE. XIX 

but also other documents which had been transcribed in 
that book without any indication of their former place of 
deposit. Additions were made to this bundle from time 
to time upon no particular system, and it eventually 
developed into a small class known by the new name of 
1 Knights' Fees.' It had, however, never contained all the 
surviving originals of the Book of Fees ; some of these 
bearing the endorsement ' in libro,' put on them at the 
date of their transcription, had found their way into the 
class known as Subsidies ; others have been discovered in 
recent years in the course of a further examination of the 
remaining Miscellanea of the Exchequer. 

In the class of ' Knights' Fees ' these documents were 
not arranged in any order, topographical or chronological ; 
and in some cases membranes were found to have been 
fastened to other membranes with which they had no 
relation. For the purposes of the present edition, a 
re-arrangement was found to be necessary ; and, although 
it has proved impossible to reconstitute the files in 
strict accordance with the medieval endorsements on 
some of the membranes, an improvement has been effected 
in that direction. A record of the relation between the old 
and the new arrangement has been preserved, and, in order 
to prevent any possible confusion, the name of the class 
has been altered. With but few exceptions the rolls used 
for the present edition are now to be found in a bundle 
bearing the new title of ( Exchequer K.R. Ser jean ties, 
Knights' Fees, &c. ij.' The collection comprises not only 
original documents but also sundry transcripts, extracts and 
lists made at the Exchequer both before and after the 
compilation of the Book of Fees. 

Neither the original rolls nor the transcripts of them in the 
Book can be regarded as wholly satisfactory manuscripts. 
The originals are in part illegible owing to careless treatment 
in the past ; and, even when well preserved, they frequently 
present difficulties due to the varying styles of writing 



XX PREFACE. 

employed by provincial scribes. Moreover, they blunder 
now and then over names. The text of the Book is still 
less satisfactory. It is indeed well written and in very good 
preservation, but the transcriber of 1302 was clearly with- 
out much knowledge of the handwriting of an earlier period, 
and he is prone to error in the matter of capital letters, a 
particularly embarrassing characteristic in a manuscript 
replete with proper names. 

The Exchequer authorities in the year 1302 were not 
disposed to exaggerate the authority of the Book of Fees 
compiled under their own direction. On one of the fly 
leaves in the second volume is a note, which may possibly 
be in the hand of the transcriber himself, in the following 
terms : — 

" Memorandum quod iste liber compositus fuit et 

compilatus de diversis inquisitionibus ex officio captis 

tempore Regis Edwardi filii Regis Henrici, et sic 

contenta in eodem libro pro evidenciis habentur hie 

in Scaccario et non pro recordo." 

The Book, it is thus clear, was regarded as a collection 

of evidences and not as a record, that is to say not as in 

itself peremptory proof of its own statements. The 

same phrase recurs in the petition of the monks of Croyland 

already cited in another connexion. The book called 

' Nevill's Head ' is, they say, a collection of ' enquestes de 

office, qe nest pas de record.' On more than one occasion, 

the memorandum in the Book was cited by the Treasurer 

and Barons of the Exchequer themselves. 1 Nevertheless, 

long afterwards, in 1836, C. P. Cooper, Secretary of the 

Record Commission, stated : — ' The Testa de Nevill has 

always been received as evidence in courts of justice ; it 

is in the nature of a record ; it has always been considered 

like Doomsday Book, as a work of the greatest authority.' 2 

Whatever may be the legal status of the Book of Fees, 



1 C. Inquisitions post mortem, Edw. III. file 78 no. 1; file 136. 
no. 19. 

2 Report of Select Committee on the Record Commission, p. 253. 



PREFACE. XXI 

there can be no question as to its historical value. To the 
student of tenures it is of the first importance; to the 
genealogist and the topographer it is equally indispensable 
and those interested in these subjects will need no incite- 
ment to consult it. But it may be well to point out that 
these are not the only studies for which the Book of Fees 
may supply material. Even when its text appears to be a 
mere list of persons and places, the student may suddenly 
come upon an illuminating sentence, or still more often an 
unintelligible statement which may become the starting- 
point of a new and fruitful line of research. 

The present Edition. 
The plan of the present edition of the Book of Fees 
differs entirely from that of 1807. It would, of course, 
have been possible to follow the order of that edition, taking 
the Edwardian text as a foundation and correcting it where 
necessary by collation with such of its originals as have 
survived. But in view of the general character of that 
manuscript, there seemed no reason to perpetuate the 
confusions, caprices and blunders of the scribe of 1302. 
From another point of view, there was much to be said in 
favour of re-arranging the matter under counties in chrono- 
logical order. But the practical difficulties of such an 
arrangement would have been great, and it would have 
separated documents that had a common origin, thus obscur- 
ing much of their significance. A third course was therefore 
adopted. In the present edition the material contained in 
the Book of Fees is re-distributed in more or less chrono- 
logical order, so that all the returns and lists made in 
connexion with particular enquiries or proceedings are 
brought together. It will be found that b}^ far the greater 
part relates to one or other of the following subjects : — 

The enquiry as to serjeanties in 1198. 

The enquiry as to tenures and alienations in 1212. 

The eyres of 1219 and 1227. 

The carucage of 1220. 



xxii PREFACE. 

The Aid for marrying the king's sister in 1235. 

The enquiry as to aliens in 1236. 

The scutage of Gascony in 1242. 

The enquiry as to serjeanties and aliens in 1244. 

The arrentation of serjeanties in 1250. 
The remaining material is mostly of a local and casual 
character, and in some cases it cannot be regarded as the 
outcome of any known enquiry. 

The total number of documents transcribed in the Book is 
about five hundred. Few of them bear a specific date, 
and the task of supplying the right one has not been easy. 
There have indeed been some previous attempts to deter- 
mine by internal evidence the dates of the lists relating to 
a few of the counties, but they have generally failed 
because their authors have seldom realised that the 
documents with which they were dealing were only parts 
of returns for the whole lealm. 

For each of the sections now formed a special introduction 
has been written, explaining the origin and nature of its 
contents and setting forth the grounds on which a date has 
been assigned to it. Nothing more than this has been 
attempted. In many of the sections the matter falls 
naturally into counties or groups of counties. Where no 
particular order was suggested by the materials, the counties 
have been arranged in a topographical order, beginning with 
Kent, roughly following the arrangement of Domesday Book. 

A few documents which were not transcribed into the 
Book of Fees have been included in certain sections of 
this edition. In some cases it was clear that the scribe of 
1302 had omitted them accidentally. In other cases the 
new matter was so closely connected with the old that it 
seemed unreasonable to exclude it merely on the ground 
that the scribe had not made use of it. But no attempt 
has been made to collect all unprinted documents relating 
to feudal tenures during the period covered by the Book. 

A certain number of illustrative documents will be found 
in the appendix. They have been chosen, either as 



i»REFAC^. xxiii 

explanatory of some of the more difficult documents printed 
in the body of the book, or as throwing additional light 
upon certain of the general enquiries there dealt with. 

In the preparation of the present edition, the intention 
throughout has been to give the contents of the Book of 
Fees in their most authentic form. Recourse has therefore 
been had in the first instance to earlier sources, to the 
very rolls which were transcribed into it in 1302. Where 
such still exist, the text has been based directly upon them, 
and it has not been considered necessary to collate their 
readings with those of the Book. Unquestionable originals, 
noted with the words " in libro ' or " transcribitur" are 
obviously preferable to mere copies of them made long after- 
wards. In some cases, early copies of lost documents have 
proved useful for purposes of comparison. Many of the 
originals have unfortunately disappeared in the course of 
six centuries, and so a considerable part of the text is of 
necessity based upon the Book alone. 

It cannot of course be claimed that even the originals, 
when extant, are free from error. Sheriffs, royal com- 
missioners and jurors might sometimes be misinformed as 
to matters of fact. Clerks of justices going in eyre to 
distant counties, and clerks working only at Westminster, 
were alike liable to miswrite proper names with which they 
were not familiar. Some emendations and critical remarks 
have been placed in footnotes to the present edition, and 
there is doubtless room for further emendation. 

In one section only, that relating to serjeanties of various 
dates (pp. 335-352), has any attempt been made to construct 
an eclectic text from several versions, all of questionable 
authenticity. 

While retaining as far as possible the orthography of 
the manuscripts here printed, considerable liberty has 
been taken in matters of punctuation and the like. Long 
paragraphs have sometimes been broken up, and, less 
frequently, short sentences have been grouped into para- 
graphs. For the sake of uniformity and convenience, 



xxiv PREFACE. 

marginal headings have often been transferred to the 
body of the text, at the beginning or end of the entries to 
which they respectively refer. Lacunae in the manuscripts 
have been marked by asterisks. Illegible portions have 
been indicated by dots. Missing words supplied from 
another manuscript have been placed within square 
brackets. Such words as are undoubtedly additions to the 
manuscript have been printed in italic type. In most 
cases these are the working notes made by clerks at the 
Exchequer while using the original rolls, such notes having 
been systematically omitted by the transcriber of 1302 as 
not important for his purpose. Sums of money described 
as libre, solidi, denarii and oboli have been rendered as 
l.s.d. ob. and marce have been rendered as m. Christian 
names indicated only by an initial have not been extended, 
except in the case of Kings Henry, John and Edward, and 
in cases where the name is to be found in full close by. 

It has not been found possible to adopt an absolutely 
consistent plan for the spelling of proper names ; the 
medieval scribes were themselves inconsistent in their 
practice. Such names might either be L,atinised and 
inflected, as was usual with most Christian names and the 
names of counties and large towns, or they might be re- 
garded as vernacular and therefore indeclinable. The 
normal abbreviation by suspension (i.e. by the omission of 
a letter or letters at the end of the name) often leaves us 
uncertain as to the writer's intention, since the sign em- 
ployed may stand either for a final ( e ' or for an inflection. 
As a general rule such names are here printed in extended 
form up to the point where an inflection might begin, an 
apostrophe indicating that the name is abbreviated . When 
a Latinised form is clearly indicated, the name is printed 
in full with the appropriate inflection. Some incon- 
sistency will be found in the treatment of names ending in 
c d ', as it is often difficult to determine whether or not an 
abbreviation was intended. Instances have been found of 
the doubling of a final letter to indicate abbreviation, as 



PREFACE. XXV 

' Sarr' ' for ' Saresberia.' In such cases the doubling has 
usually been neglected in the printed text. 

The marginal references show the manuscripts available 
for the several sections. With the exception of pp. 335- 
352, the text is printed directly from the manuscript 
mentioned first. References to the Book of 1302 are given 
by volume and page. A table shows where any passage 
in the Book of 1302, or in the printed Testa deNevill of 1807, 
is to be found in the present edition. 

The Latin text has been prepared by Mr. C. G. Crump, 
of the Public Record Office, with the assistance of Mr. A. S. 
Maskelyne and other officers of the Department. Mr. 
J. H. Round has read many of the proof-sheets, and I am 
indebted to him for valuable suggestions. The Rev. C. W. 
Foster, Canon of Lincoln, the Rev. H. E. Salter and 
Mr. H. H. E. Craster have kindly helped to solve difficulties 
arising out of the lists relating to Lincolnshire, Oxfordshire 
and Northumberland. For the general scheme of the work, 
for the introductions to the several sections, upon which its 
chronology depends, and for some of the footnotes, I am 
primarily responsible. 



H. C. MAXWELL LYTE. 



Public Record Office, 
July, 1920. 



COKRIGENDUM. 



On page 583, cancel lines 38 and 39, which are printed again on page 
1150 in their proper place. 



( xxvii ) 



Key to the arrangement of the contents of the Liber Feodorum (1302), 
the Testa de Nevill (1807), and the present Edition (1920), the numerals 
in italic type referring to Part II. 



1302. 



1807. 



1920. 



I. 



Nottingham and 


Derby. 


1-6 


1-2 


998-1001 


6-24 


2-6 


985-998 


25-36 


6-9 


978-985 


37-41 


9-10 


993-996 


41-49 


10-11 


985-991 


49-52 


11-12 


996-998 


52-55 


12-13 


991-993 


55-57 


13 


978 


57-59 


13-14 


1320-1321 


60-62 


14-15 


976-978 


63 


15 


1255 


63-70 


15-16 


1194-1199 


70-73 


16-17 


286-288 


73-75 


17 


223-224 


75-83 


17-19 


148-153 


83-85 


19-20 


372-374 


86-88 


20-21 


531-534 


89 


21 


530-531 


89-90 


55 


529-530 


90-93 


21-22 


535-538 


93 


22 


1136 


93-94 


55 


7-8 


94-95 


22-23 


230-231 


95 


23 


348 


jj 


>.* 


352 


96 


)) 


348 


j? 


>> 


352 


)» 


5J 


1194 


55 


55 


558 


100-101 


Northampton 


1150 


102-122 


23-27 


930-943 


122-125 


27-28 


602-605 


126-129 


28-29 


494-496 


129-133 


29-30 


496-498 


133-141 


30-31 


498-502 



1302. 



1807. 



1920. 



Northumberland. 

141-143 38 26-28 

143 „ 567 





Northampton 




144-147 


31-32 


502-505 


147 


32 


556-557 


148-151 


32-33 


1221-1224 


152-154 


33 


1175-1177 


155-156 


33-34 


505 


156-160 


34 


946 


161 


34-35 


See p. 505. 


162-165 


35-36 


943-946 


165-167 


36 


17-19 


167-171 


36-37 


1287-1290 


171 


37 


1138 


55 


55 


1131 


55 


5) 


1256 


172 


55 


608 


55 


55 


9 


172-173 


38 


1149-1150 


173 


55 

Rutland. 


565 


175 


39 


1150-1151 


55 


55 


10 


176 


55 

Worcester. 


506 


178-181 


39-40 


959-962 


182 


40 


376 


182-183 


55 


526-527 


184-185 


41 


527-529 


186-191 


41-42 


35-39 


192 


42 


609-610 


192-193 


>> 


610 



xxviii 




KEY- 


-cont. 






1302. 


1807. 


1920. 


1302. 


1807. 


1920. 


Worcester — cord. 




Gloucester. 




I. 193 


43 


34G 


I. 342-346 


73-74 


438 


193-195 




1290-1291 


346-350 


74-75 


438-441 


195 


•> ? 


570-571 


351-356 


75-77 


441-445 


196-198 


43-44 


139-141 


356-359 


77 


49-51 


199 


44 


1137 


360 


33 


1258 


199-200 


33 


583-584 


33 


77-78 


343-344 


200 


35 


559 


361-362 


78 


1187-1188 








362-365 


33 


1248-1250 


Salop and Stafford 


365-370 


78-81 


306-312 


202-215 


44-47 


962-970 


371 


81 


376-377 


215-225 


47-49 


970-975 


372 


33 


1134 


226-233 


49-51 




3 3 


33 


1258 


233-237 


51-52 


542-545 


372-373 


81-82 


818-819 


237 


52 


558 


373-374 


82 


343-344 


238-240 


3 ) 


593-595 


374 


33 


1157 


240-241 


53 


453 


3 3 


33 


560 


241-242 




458 








242-243 


55 


528-529 


Warwick and Leicester. 


243 


33 


545 


375-381 


83-84 


506-511 


243-244 


33 


546 


381-387 


84-86 


632-635 


244-247 


53-54 


383-385 


387-408 


86-88 


1274-1282 


247 


54 


636 


408-409 


88-89 


1230-1231 


248-251 


54-55 


141-143 


409 


89 


1180 


252-257 


' 55-56 


144-148 


409-410 


33 


33 


257 


56 


1257 


410-416 


89-91 


511-516 


257-261 


56-57 


542-545 


416-417 


91 


568 


261-265 


57-58 


1241-1244 


417-421 


91-92 


516-521 


265-267 


58-59 


1244-1246 


421-423 


92-93 


374-376 


268 


59 


1185-1186 


423 


93 


1131-1132 


268-272 


j> 


1183-1185 


33 


j> 


1138 


272-276 


59-60 


1283-1286 


3 3 


33 


1257 


277 


60-61 


539-540 


424 


33 


8-9 


277-279 


61 


538-539 


426-427 


93-94 


521-523 


279 


33 


1134 


427-429 


94 


523-526 


279-280 


61-62 


6-7 


430 


3) 


583 


280 


62 


558 


33 


35 


1150 








431-446 


94-99 


946-959 




Hereford. 










281-312 


62-67 


797-812 


Oxford and Berks. 


313-314 


67 


382 


446-459 


100-103 


833-842 


314-322 


67-69 


812-818 


459-473 


103-106 


820-830 


322-323 


69 


437-438 


474-478 


106-107 


251-253 


324-327 


69-70 


99-102 


478-480 


107-108 


254-256 


327-330 


70-71 


1246-1248 


481-484 


108-109 


830-833 


330-336 


71-72 


1270-1274 


485-489 


109-110 


845-850 


337-338 


72 


1186-1187 


490-493 


110-111 


850-852 


338 


33 


1134 


493-501 


111-113 


445-450 


j» 


3> 


1258 


501-503 


113-114 


554-556 


339 


33 


5-6 


503 


114 


556 


339-340 


73 


343 


5 j 


j j 


557 


340 


j> 


1157 


> J 


33 


3> 


»> 


>> 


569 


503-504 


>> 


559 



1302. 



1807. 



Oxford 


and Berks 


— cont. 


504-505 


114 


1215-1216 


506 


115 


1230 


506-507 


>i 


1172-1173 


507 


55 


344 


507-512 


115-116 


116-119 


513-519 


116-117 


450-455 


519-520 


117-118 


587-589 


521-522 


118-119 


119-120 


522-523 


119 


11 


523-526 


>? 


457-459 


526 


>> 


1131 


>> 


55 


1132 


j> 


55 


607 


526-528 


55 


613-614 


528-529 


120 


39-40 


529 


55 


1154 


530 


120-121 


626 


531-544 


121-124 


852-861 


545-550 


124-126 


862-866 


551-555 


126-127 


842-845 


555 


127 


610 


556-557 


55 


385-386 


558-563 


127-129 


105-109 


563-574 


129-131 


109-116 


574-583 


131-133 


292-297 


583-586 


133-134 
Wilts. 


102-104 


588-598 


135-138 


719-727 


599-604 


138-139 


5 5 55 


605-618 


139-143 


708-719 


619-621 


143 


585-587 


621-627 


143-145 


744-747 


627-630 


145 


421-424 


630-635 


146-147 


1224-1228 


635-636 


147 


341-342 


637-638A 


5 5 


1177-1179 


638A-639 


148 


420-421 


639 


55 


1132 


?> 


55 


1257 


640-641 


148-149 


11-13 


641 


149 


607 


641-642 


55 


341-342 


642-643 


55 


55 55 


644 


55 . 


563 


645-658 


149-153 


727-736 


658-661 


153 


748-749 


662-681 


153-156 


737-743 


681-689 


156-158 


719 


690-693 


158-159 


379-382 



KEY— cont. 
1920. 1302. 



I. 



1807. 



XXIX 

1920. 



Somerset and Dorset. 
694-699 159-160 750-753 



II. 







' ' 


Somerset 


and Dorset — cont. 


699-711 


160-163 


78-86 


712-725 


163-166 


87-95 


725-727 


166 


427-429 


727-732 


166-168 


260-263 


733-735 


168 


753-755 


735-736 


55 


562-563 


736 


168-169 


1135 


737-739 


169 


429-431 


739-744 


169-170 


424-427 


744-747 


170-171 


377-379 


747-748 


171 


1170-1171 


748-750 


55 


1182-1183 


750-758 


171-173 


1264-1270 


758-759 


173 


1209-1210 


759-763 


173-174 


1239-1241 


763 


174 


1156 


763 


55 

Devon. 


1257 


765-800 


175-184 


771-797 


801-811 


185-187 


1307-1315 


811-812 


187 


393-394 


812-814 


187-188 


431 


815-836 


188-194 


755-771 


836-840 


194-195 


95-98 


841-846 


195-196 


431-435 


846 


196 


1131 


846-848 


196-197 


263-265 


849-850 


197 


1250-1251 


850-853 


197-198 


1262-1264 


853 


198 


342 


854-855 


55 


1188-1189 


855-856 


55 


1297-1298 


856 


55 


1258 


856-858 


198-199 


611-613 


858 


199 


560-561 


860-864 


199-200 
Cornwall. 


396-401 


865-868 


201 


435-437 


868-877 


201-203 


40-45 


877 


203 


342-343 


877-882 


204-205 


1315-1319 


882 


205 


568 


55 


55 


1298 


883 


55 

Kent. 


342-343 


1-17 


205-210 


670-684 


18-32 


210-215 


654-670 


32-36 


215-216 


269-271 



XXX 



II. 



1302. 



1807. 



KEY— co nt. 
1 920. 1 302. 



cont. 



37-38 
38-39 
39 

4i^2 
42-47 

48 

48-49 

49 

49-50 



Kent 

216 

216-217 

217 



217-218 
218 

218-219 
219 



1251-1252 
1189 
339 

569-570 

620-623 

565 

1152-1153 
1258 

607 
13 



Surrey and Sussex. 



53-56 
57-60 
61-65 
66-70 

72-80 

80 

81-85 

85 

86-87 

88-92 

92 

55 

93 
94 

55 

95 



96-116 
117-122 
123-129 
130 

130-133 
133-135 
135 
135 

136-139 
139 

140-145 
146-147 
147 



219-220 

220-221 

222-223 

223-224 

224-226 

226 

226-227 

227 

227-228 

228-229 

229 



684-688 
688-693 



Southampton. 

230-234 

235-236 

236-237 

237 

237-238 

238 



239 



240 

240-241 
241-242 
242 



55 55 

65-70 

340 

70-73 
1153 

273-274 
1235-1238 
1153 
1257 

212-213 
1238-1239 
1137 

559-560 

567 



693-708 

73-77 
256-259 
340 
1168-1170 
417-419 
636 

46-48 
1137 
1256 

1301-1306 
1155-1156 
567 



Bedford and Buckingham. 

151-192 242-253 866-897 

192 253 344-345 



1807. 



1920. 



Bedford and Buckingham — cont. 



II. 193-198 
198 

199-205 

205-207 

208-209 

209-210 

210-211 

211 

213-215 

215-218 

219-223 

223-226 

227 



253-254 
254 

254-256 

256 

256-257 

257 



257-258 
258-259 
260-261 
261-262 
262 



228 



469-473 

242 

344-345 
1210-1215 
1228-1230 
1171-1172 
1179-1180 
1154-1155 
1155 

460-463 

463-466 
19-22 

466-469 

566-567 
1131 
1256 
1257 
10-11 



Essex and Hertford. 



229-238 
238-239 
240-241 
241-242 
243-244 
244-250 
251-252 
253-259 
259-260 
260-261 
261-262 
263-264 
265-267 
267-270 
270 

55 

271 

271-274 

274-279 

279-280 

280-281 

281-282 

282 

283-285 

286-288 

288-289 

289-293 

294 



263-265 
265 

265-266 
266 

267-268 
268 

268-270 
270 

55 

271 

271-272 
272-273 
273 



273-274 
274-275 
275-276 
276 

276-277 

277-278 

279 

279-280 

280-281 

281 



478-484 
484-485 
477-478 
476-477 
589-591 
274-278 

1217-1218 
120-125 
125-126 
126 

1161-1162 
578-579 
614-616 
900-902 

1133 

1256 
608 

236-239 
240-243 
232-233 
345 

1174 
561-562 
478-483 
627-628 

14-15 
485-490 

1154 

1152 
571 



II. 







KEY- 


—cont. 




xxxi 


1302. 


1807. 


1920. 


1302. 


1807. 


1920. 


Norfolk and Suffolk. 


Cambridge 


and Huntingdon — cont. 


295-296 


282 


902-904 


II. 599-600 


356-357 


492-493 


297-300 


282-283 


591-593 


600-601 


357 


493 


300-302 


283-284 


576-578 


601 


>> 


1173 


302-305 


284-285 


278-281 


>? 


3) 


1181-1182 


306-308 


285 


281-283 


602 


33 


346 


308 


285-286 


608 


602-603 


33 


1217 




286 


10 


603-605 


357-358 


1233-1235 


309 


3 3 


1151 


606 


358 


567-568 


310-311 


J 3 


1174-1175 


606-607 


33 


571 


311 


286-287 


566 


607 


33 


1299-1300 


313-325 


287-290 


904r-913 


608 


33 


1133 


325-330 


290-291 


913-917 


608 


33 


1256 


330-336 


291-293 


917-920 


yy 


)> 


1257 


336-352 


293-296 


126-139 


j j 


3 3 


9 


353-355 


296-297 


402-404 


608-611 


358-359 


628-631 


356-359 


297-298 


1218-1221 








359-360 


298 


346 




Middlesex. 




360-363 


298-299 


1166-1168 


613-615 


360 


897-899 


364-371 


299-300 


386-392 


616-617 


360-361 


272 


371-372 


300-301 


491-492 


617 


361 


899 


372 


301 


1133-1134 


617-619 


S3 


473-474 


5 3 


J? 


1133 


619-621 


361-362 


475-476 








621 


362 


1152 




Lincoln. 




621-622 


33 


899-900 


373-414 


301-312 


1067-1097 


622 


33 


11 


414-479 


312-328 


1004-1052 


jj 


33 


561 


479-480 


328 


1147-1148 








480-498 


328-332 


1052-1064 




York. 




498-502 


332-333 


1002-1004 


625-638 


363-365 


1097-1104 


503-561 


334-347 


160-197 


638-648 


366-368 


1097-1103 


561-564 


347-348 


157-160 


649-653 


368-369 


355-359 


565-568 


348 


283-286 








568-571 


348-349 


1231-1233 




Lincoln. 




571 


349 


1244 


653-662 


369-371 


359-363 


571-572 


349 


546-547 








573-576 


350 


1064-1067 




Lancaster. 




577 


5? 


549 


662-668 


371-372 


366-370 


577-578 


350-351 


549-550 








578-579 


351 


548-549 




York. 




579-580 


33 


1136 


668-669 


373 


1135-1136 


580 


3 1 


1257 


669 




564-565 


580-581 


351-352 


1158-1159 


670-671 




535-537 


581 


352 


351 


671-672 


373-374 


523 


582 


3 3 


348-349 


672-673 


374 


550-551 


582-583 


33 


1180-1181 


673-675 




32-33 


583 


3 3 


1147-1148 


675-680 


374-375 


246-249 


584 


352-353 


563-564 


680-681 


376 


350 








681 


3 j 


1256 


Cambridge and Huntingdon. 


682-688 


376-377 


1199-1203 


587-592 


353-354 


921-925 


688 


377 


608 


592-598 


355-356 


925-930 


689-690 


33 


4-5 



xxxii 




KEY— cont. 






1302. 


1807. 


1920. 


1302. 


1807. 


1920. 




York — cord. 




Lancaster — cont. 


II. 690-691 


378 


350 


II. 844-845 


409-410 


349-350 


691 


)> 


352 


845-849 


410 


1190-1192 


»5 


55 


1258 


849 


>> 


1258 


691-692 


J> 


1148 


849-850 


410-411 


595-597 








851 


411 


349-350 




Cumberland. 










693 


378 


553 




Westmorland. 




»> 


55 


1149 


853 


412 


552-553 


693-695 


378-379 


265-267 








696-699 


379-380 


197-199 


Divers Counties. 


700-701 
701-703 
703 


380 
381 


350-351 
1253-1255 
1137 
1258 


859-861 
861-862 
862 


412-413 
413 


1138-1140 
571-573 
1259 


704 
705 


5> 


350-351 
1255 


863 

863-866 

866 


5) 

414 


625 
1292-1294 

678 


Northumberland. 


>> 

867 


>? 


1296 
1295 


717-748 


381-388 


1111-1130 




414-415 


631-632 


749-753 


388-389 


597-600 


868 


415 


936 


753-758 


389-390 


See p. 652 


868-869 




584-585 


758-760 


390-391 


249-250 


869-870 




600-601 


760 


391 


5 


870-871 


415-416 


579-580 


760-763 


?> 


370-372 


871 


416 


580 


763 


?> 


1149 


872 




580-581 


764-775 


392-393 


200-205 


872-873 




581 


776 


393 


1255 


873 


j j 


582 


5> 


>> 


351 


874 




1141 


776-780 


393-394 


1192-1194 


877 


416^17 


582 


780-781 


394-395 


553-554 


878 


417 


346 


781 


395 


1137 






340 


782-784 


395-396 


23-26 


5> 


>> 


j> 




Lancaster. 




5) 

5 9 




342 
346 


785-802 


396^00 


1104-1111 


879-880 


) > 


346-348 


802-803 


400 


551 


880 


5> 


348 


803-804 


■>■> 


551-552 


880-881 


417-418 


340-341 


804-807 


401 


267-268 


881 


418 


607 


808-838 


401-408 


206-223 


j j 


j? 


344 


838-842 


408-409 


225-228 


882 


> ? 


1153-1154 


843-844 


409 


1252-1253 


5> 


j? 


559 



CONTENTS 







OF PART I. 








Page 


A.D. 


1198. 


Introduction 


1 






York 


4 






Northumberland 


5 






Hereford 


5 






Salop and Stafford 


6 






Nottingham and Derby 


7 






Warwick and Leicester .". 


8 






Northampton 


9 






Cambridge and Huntingdon 


9 






Rutland 


10 






Norfolk 


10 






Bedford 


10 






Middlesex 


11 






Oxford 


11 






Wilts .. • 


11 






Kent 


13 


A.D. 


1204^1212. 


Introduction 


14 






Hertford 


14 


A.D. 


1208-1209. 


Introduction 


16 






Northampton 


17 






Buckingham and Bedford 


19 


A.D. 


1208-1210. 


Introduction 


23 






Bishopric of Durham 


23 


A.D. 


1208-1213. 


Introduction 


32 






Honour of Tickhill 


32 


A.D. 


1208-1213. 


Introduction 


34 






Bishopric of Worcester (1208-1211) 


35 






Bishopric of Lincoln (1209-1212) 


39 






Bishopric of Exeter (1208-1212) 


40 






Hyde Abbey (1208-1213) 


46 


A.D. 


1211-1213. 


Introduction 


49 






Gloucester 


49 


A.D. 


1212. 


Introduction 


52 






Surrey 


65 






Sussex 


70 






Southampton 


73 






Somerset 


78 



Wt.. 3705. 



B C 



xxxiv CONTENTS OF PART I. 

A.D. 1212— cont. 

Dorset 

Devon 

Hereford 

Oxford 

Berks 

Borough of Wallingford 

Honour of Wallingford 

Essex and Hertford 

Norfolk and Suffolk 

Worcester 

Stafford 

Salop 

Nottingham and Derby 

Lincoln 

Cumberland 

Northumberland 

Lancaster 

A.D. 1211-1213. Introduction 

Nottingham and Derby 

A.D. 1214-1215. Introduction 

Fees of Raimes and Helion 



Various dates. 



A.D. 1219. 



Introduction 

Honour of Boulogne 



(1217-1218) 



A.D. 1220. 



Introduction 

York 

Northumberland 

Oxford 

Berks 

Southampton 

Somerset and Dorset 

Devon 

Westmorland, Cumberland and Lancaster 

Kent 

Sussex 

Surrey 

Essex 

Norfolk 

Suffolk 

Lincoln 

Nottingham and Derby 

Introduction 
Berks 
Windsor 
Gloucester 



Page 
87 
95 
99 
102 
105 
109 
116 
120 
126 
139 
141 
144 
148 
153 
197 
200 
206 

229 
230 

232 
232 

234 
236 
240 

244 
246 
249 
251 
254 
256 
260 
263 
265 
269 
272 
273 
274 
278 
281 
283 
286 

289 
292 
302 
306 



CONTENTS OF PART I. 



XXXV 



A.D. 1220— cont. 




Page 




Honour of Wallingford 


312 




Oxford 


315 




Northampton 


319 




Norfolk and Suffolk 


326 




Hertford 


331 




Huntingdon 


333 


Various dates. 


Introduction 


335 




Kent 


339 




Surrey 


340 




Sussex 


340 




Southampton 


340 




Wilts 


341 




Somerset and Dorset 


342 




Devon 


342 




Cornwall 


342 




Hereford 


343 




Gloucester 


343 




Oxford 


344 




Berks 


344 




Buckingham and Bedford 


344 




Essex and Hertford 


345 




Norfolk and Suffolk 


346 




Cambridge and Huntingdon 


346 




Northampton 


346 




Worcester 


346 




Salop 


346 




Stafford 


348 




Nottingham and Derby 


348 




Lincoln 


348 




Lancaster 


349 




York 


350 




Cumberland 


350 




Northumberland 


351 




Honour of Peverel 


352 




Honour of Tickhill 


352 


A.D. 1226-1228. 


Introduction 


353 




York 


355 




Lincoln 


359 




Lancaster 


366 




Northumberland 


370 




Nottingham and Derby 


372 




Leicester, Warwick, Worcester, Gloucestei 


9 




Somerset, Dorset and Wilts 


374 




Hereford, Salop, Stafford and Berks . . 


382 




Norfolk and Suffolk . . 


386 


A.D« 1228-1229. 


Introduction 


393 




Cornwall 


393 



XXX VI 



CONTENTS OF PART I. 



A.D. 


1234. 


Introduction 


395 






Fees of William Briwere 


396 


A.D. 


1235. 


Introduction 


402 






Norfolk and Suffolk 


402 


A.D. 


1235-1236. 


Introduction 


405 






Sussex 


417 






Southampton 

Wilts 


417 
420 






Dorset 


424 






Somerset 


427 






Devon 


431 






Cornwall 


435 






Hereford 


437 






Gloucester 


438 






Oxford 


445 






Berks 


457 






Bedford 


460 






Buckingham 


460 






Middlesex 


473 






Essex and Hertford 


476 






Suffolk 


490 






Norfolk 


491 






Cambridge 


492 






Huntingdon 


493 






Northampton 
Rutland 


494 
506 






Warwick 


506 






Leicester 


516 






Worcester . . . . 


526 






Derby 
Nottingham . . 


529 
531 






Salop 
Stafford 


538 
542 






Lincoln 


546 






York 


550 






Lancaster 


551 






Westmorland 


552 






Cumberland 


553 






Northumberland 


553 






Honours of Wallingford, Peverel an 


dGiffard.. 554 






Aid of Prelates 


558 






Divers Counties 


569 


A.D. 


1236. 


Introduction 


574 






Fees of Robert Fitz Walter 


576 






Fees of Henry de Pinkeny .\ 
Fees of William Patrick 


579 

580 






Fees of Andrew de Helion 


580 







UUJNTiiiJNTtt U* .TAKT 1. 


XXXVll 


A.D. 


1236— cont. 




Page 






Fees of Roger Fitz Payn 


581 






Fees of Ralph Pirot 


582 






Honour of Peverel of Dover 


582 






Fees of the Prior of Coventry . . 


583 






Fees of the Abbot of Pershore 


583 






Fees of the Bishop of Worcester 


584 






Fees of the Abbot of St. Edmunds 


584 






Wilts 


585 






Oxford 


587 






Essex and Hertford 


589 






Norfolk and Suffolk 


591 






Stafford 


593 






Lancaster 


595 






Northumberland 


597 






Liberty of St. Edmunds 


600 


A.D. 


1236 (?). 


Introduction 


602 






Northampton 


602 






Introduction 


605 






Fees of Margery de Reviers 


607 






Introduction 


609 






Worcester 


609 


A.D. 


1237. 


Introduction 


611 






Devon 


611 






Oxford 


613 






Essex and Hertford 


614 






Cambridge and Huntingdon 


616 






Lincoln 


616 






Surrey 


617 






Gloucester 


617 






Sussex 


618 






Nottingham and Derby 


618 






Essex 


618 






Rutland 


618 






Norfolk and Suffolk 


619 


A.D. 


1240. 


Introduction 


620 






Manor of Ospring, &c. 


620 


A.D. 


1242. 


Introduction 


625 






Extracts 


625 


Uncertain dates. 


Introduction 


626 






Oxford 


626 






Essex and Hertford 


627 






Introduction 


628 






Cambridge and Norfolk 


628 






Introduction 


631 






Hereford 


631 


Wt 


3705. 




b d 



xxxviii CONTENTS OF PART I. 

Uncertain dates Page 

cont. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . 632 

Leicester . . . . . . . . . . . 632 

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . 636 

Fragments . . . . . . . . 636 



A.D. 1198. 

The earliest documents entered in the Book of Fees belong to the last 
year but one of the reign of Richard I. Roger of Howden states that in 
1198 the king exacted an aid or ' tallage ' of 5s. from every carucate of land 
in England, the normal carucate comprising a hundred acres. A clerk and 
a knight were sent to each county in order to make the necessary assessment, 
in conjunction with the sheriff and lawful knights chosen for the purpose. 
The chronicler, after giving particulars of the system adopted, proceeds to 
say that the results of the enquiry in each county, styled by Bishop Stubbs 
"a new Domesday inquest," were eventually recorded on rolls kept by the 
clerk, the knight, and the sheriff and by the stewards of the different barons 
so far as their respective lords were concerned. 

All the information thus collected with regard to knights' fees has long 
since been lost. Lands, however, which were held by serjeanty, by the 
performance of particular services, were in a separate category : — 

" Serjanteriae vero domini regis quae non erant de feodis militum 

excipiebantur ; sed tamen imbreviabantur, et numerus carucatarum terrae, 

et valentiae terrarum, et nomina servientum ; et omnes servientes illi 

summonebantur esse apud Lundonias in octavis clausi Pentecostes, audituri 

et facturi praeceptum domini regis." 1 

The king's order thus mentioned was that his tenants by serjeanty should 
contribute to the levy, each of them being expected to make a ' fine/ or 
composition in money. 

The existence of transcripts of some of the reports of the commissioners 
of 1198 was unsuspected until 1888, when Mr. J. Horace Round drew attention 
to the fact that they had been " in type for more than eighty years," having 
been included "in that strange medley of returns" published under the 
name of 'Testa de NevilL' As specimens, he printed the passages relating 
to the counties of York, Hereford, and Warwick and Leicester, and he concluded 
his article by expressing a hope that other fragments of the survey of 1198 
would be identified. 2 

In the following pages are now given the passages relating to nineteen counties. 
None of the original returns are extant and we are thus entirely dependent 
upon the transcripts in the Book of Fees, which are scattered as usual 
throughout the book, and bear no indication of date. 

It will be observed that some of the entries conclude with a note that a 
particular serjeant " venit " or "non venit," or that he " offert " a specified 
sum of money. These notes may have been made by the local commissioners 
in view of the natural unwillingness of the persons concerned to undertake 
a journey to London with the certainty of eventually having to pay. It 

1 Chronica Magistri Rogeri de Houedene (ed. Stubbs), vol. iv. pp. 46, 47. 

2 English Historical Review, vol. hi, pp. 501-510. In the same year, Sir Henry 
Barkly came to a similar conclusion with regard to the same counties, York, 
Hereford, Warwick and Leicester. Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire 
Archaeological Society, vol. xiii. p. 26. 

Wt. 3705.— H.T. Ltd.— 375. b 1 



A.D. 1198. 



is more probable, however, that they were made in London, on or after the 
day on which the Serjeants had been ordered to appear there. The compilers 
of the Book of Fees did not attempt to distinguish between the original text 
of the returns and any notes added thereto. To them are due the headings 
" De Testa de Nevill " indicating the source of their information. 

York. The return is addressed to Hubert, Archbishop of Canterbury, 
who was justiciar from 1193 to 1198. Roald, Prior of Guisborough, the first 
commissioner named, occurs in 1199. 1 Roger de Bavent, the third, was 
acting as sheriff from Easter 1194 to Michaelmas 1198. The mention of 
the octave of the Close of Whitsun as the day on which the Serjeants ought 
to have appeared in London tends to prove the accuracy of Howden's 
narrative. 

Northumberland. Although the return does not give the number of 
carucates held by certain Serjeants named, it specifies the values of their 
respective serjeanties, and the ' fines ' offered are noted in two cases. Sewal 
fitz Henry, William of Byker and John fitz Joel are alike mentioned as 
holding by serjeanty in this county in 1203. 2 If, as seems likely, the serjeanty 
of Sigga fitz Reynold lay in the wapentake of Sadberge, the entry concerning 
him must be anterior to March 1200, when that wapentake was transferred 
from the county of Northumberland to the bishopric of Durham. 3 

Hereford. The return is, like that from Yorkshire, addressed to the 
Archbishop of Canterbury. 

Salop. Mr. Eyton, the historian of this county, has, on different pages of 
his work, ascribed this return to various dates between 1200 and 1205. 4 It 
cannot, however, be later than 1203, for in that year Robert fitz "William, here 
named as the king's forester, was succeeded by his son, Hugh. 5 There is 
yet stronger evidence as to the date of the return. Walter of Minton, 
mentioned in it as one of the Serjeants who did not offer to compound, under- 
took in 1199 to pay 2 marks " de serientia sua." 6 

Stafford. The return for this county immediately follows that for Salop, 
with which it was so closely connected. Five of the tenants by serjeanty 
mentioned in it are recorded in an eyre roll of 1199 to have made fine in 
varying amounts. 7 

Nottingham and Derby. The phraseology of the return agrees with that 
of other returns of 1198. Peter of Sandiacre was living in 1201. 8 

Warwick and Leicester. The phraseology of the return is again similar. 
Hugh de Loges was living in 1200, and Roger of Bentley in 1205. 9 

Northampton. Alan of Hale was dead at Michaelmas 1200, when his 
son Robert is entered as owing 2 marks for livery of his lands. 10 

1 Cartularium Prioratus de Gyseburne, vol. ii. pp. xl. 55. 

2 Pipe Roll, 5 John, Northumberland. 

3 Rotuli Chartarum, p. 37 ; Pipe Roll, 1 John, Northumberland. 

4 Antiquities of Shropshire, vol. vi. p. 207 ; vol. viii. pp. 262, 267 ; vol. ix. 
P- 137 - 5 Ibid. vol. vi. p. 288; vol. viii. p. 266. 

6 Pipe Roll, 1 John, Salop. 7 See Appendix. k 

8 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 127. 9 Ibid. pp. 78, 281. 
10 Pipe Roll, 2 John, Northampton. 



INTRODUCTION. 



Cambridge and Huntingdon. The return, as transcribed in the Book 
of Fees, does not give the values of the serjeanties. It appears, however, 
to have been made before 1199, when William of Warblington and 
Enguerrand de Monceaux divided the inheritance of Juliana wife of William 
fitz Audelin. 1 

Rutland. The Pipe Roll of 1198 shows that Ernisius, son of Richard 
Arbelaster, then paid 100<s. for seisin of his father's land. 

Norfolk. The serjeanty of Roger la Vielle (Vetula) mentioned in the 
return was commuted for military service in 1201. 2 Lauretta Picot, the 
relict of Hugh de Burdeleis, was forty years of age in 1185. 3 

Bedford. Amauri de Landres is mentioned as holding land in this county 
in 1199, by a serjeanty connected with the royal larder. 4 

Middlesex. The single entry is confirmed by a judicial roll of 1198. 5 

Oxford. Gilbert Malesmeins held by serjeanty in this county in 1201. 6 

Wilts. The lands of Geoffrey Esturmi had been seized on account of 
his adherence to the king's brother John, Count of Mortain. In the financial 
year ending at Michaelmas 1198, he arranged to pay 500 marks for restitution 
and actually paid a moiety of that amount. 7 A year later, his son, Henry 
Esturmi, was regarded as responsible for the balance. 8 In the same year, 1199, 
Matthew Turpin paid a mark for seisin of Winterslow and the serjeanty whereof 
he had been deprived for not having gone abroad on the king's service as he 
ought. 9 Richard 'Ruffus' was dead at Michaelmas 1203. 10 Geoffrey of 
Pourton was dead at Michaelmas 1204. 11 

Kent. Sarah de Bendeville is mentioned in 1193, and again in 1198, when 
she took a vow of chastity. 12 The last entry in the return obviously cannot 
be earlier than 1201. From other sources we learn that the nature of William 
of Moriston's tenure was altered in 1199. Until that year he had held in 
gavelkind by a yearly payment of 505. and other services unspecified, but 
he then became the military tenant of one normal fee. 13 It is uncertain 
whether the entry in its present form represents an alteration in a list of 
1198, or an irrelevant addition to it. In either case, it cannot be later than 
1209, when Thomas of Moriston became liable for relief on succession. 14 

1 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, pp. 19, 217 ; Round, The King's Serjeants, pp. 92-96. 

2 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 134 ; Rotulus Cancellarii, p. 24. Cf. the Norfolk 
return of 1212. 3 Botuli de Dcminabus (1913), p. 56. 

4 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 16. Cf. Feudal Aids, vol. i. p. 4. 

5 See Appendix. 6 Rotulus Cancellarii, p. 276. 

7 " Galfridus Esturmi reddit compotum de d. m. pro habenda saisina terre sue 
et foreste de Savernac unde dissaisitus fuit quia fuit cum comite Johanne. In 
thesauro cc. et l.m. Et debet cc. et l.m." Pipe Roll, 10 Ric. I, Wilts. 

8 " Henricus Esturmi cc. m. et l.m. pro pace habenda de debito patris sui 
de d.m. quam pater suus fecerat cum rege Ricardo, unde pater suus solverat cc. 
et 1. m. et debuit cc. et 1. m. et ut pater eius et plegii eius sint inde quieti, et pro 
habenda baillia sua de foresta de Savernac que fuit patris sui, etc." Pipe Roll, 
1 John, Wilts. 9 Ibid. 

10 Pipe Roll, 5 John, Wilts. X1 Pipe Roll, 6 John, Hants. 

12 Pipe Rolls, 5 Ric. I and 10 Ric. I, Kent. 

13 Rotuli Chartarum, p. 31 ; Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 9, 

14 Pipe Roll, 11 John, Kent, 



AD. 1193 



In printing the following returns of 1198, the abbreviated word 4 car.' has 
been extended as 'carucata,' unless preceded by the word 'wainagium,' in 
which cases it has been extended as 'caruca.' 1 It is, however, by no means 
certain that all medieval scribes would have made such a distinction. 



1 A note on the word ' wainagium ' by Professor James Tait will be found in the 
English Historical Review, vol. xxvii. p. 720. 



YORK. 

II. 689- DE TESTA DE NEVILU. 

Excellentissimo domino suo H. dei gracia Cantuariensi archi- 
episcopo tocius Anglie primati devoti sui R. prior de Giseburn' et 
R. Arund' precentor Ebor' et Rogerus de Badvent vicecomes Ebor* 
et Willelmus de Perci et Radulfus de Bolebec et Galfridus Baard' 
et Galfridus de Welles et Robertus de May ton', salutem et tarn 
debitum quam devotum per omnia famulatum. Noverit excellencia 
vestra nos itinerantes in Nortrithing' ad ponerida tallagia super 
wainagia carucarum juxta mandatum vestrum variis negociis detentos 
in Richemundesir' et Aveland' 1 non potuisse venire ad wapentacium 
de Pykering' ante diem Veneris proximam post festum Sancte 
Trinitatis. Ideo servientes domini regis tenentes de domino rege 
per seriantiam non potuerunt coram nobis 2 comparere apud Lund' 
ad diem a nobis 2 eis statutum, scilicet in octabis Clausi Pentecostes. 
Et quia absque presencia eorum de Valencia terrarum suarum et 
de numero carucata rum certiflcari non potuimus eis diem prefiximus 
esse coram nobis 2 apud Lund' die Dominica proxima ante festum 
Sancti Barnabe apostoli. 

Alanus Boye tenet in Lokinton' per seriantiam foreste, prout 
didicimus per sacramentum militum patrie et hominum eiusdem 
ville, iij. carucatas terre, valencie carucatarum xxx.s. Et ut dicitur 
ita appreciatum est tempore Henrici Regis senioris. 

Alanus filius Galiridi tenet in Kinthorp per seriantiam foreste 
iij. carucatas, valencie carucatarum xxx.s. 

Alanus Malekake tenet in Pikering per seriantiam ij. bovatas, 
Valencia carucate x.s. 

Wido Venator tenet in Aslakeby ij. carucatas per servicium aptandi 
unum limerium, valencie carucatarum xx.s. 

Nomina militum et libere tenencium qui interfuerunt ubi terra 
Thome de Waukeriham quam tenet de seriantia in Geveldal' et 
Johannis la Poer quam tenet in Watlinton 3 et in Jarum 4 et in 
Barneby et Roberti de Geveldal quam tenet in eadem 6 : Willelmus 
filius Radulfi, Willelmus de Perci, Rogerus de MundevilT, Richardus 
de Brunnum, Ernisius de Melteby, Willelmus de Milinton', Willelmus 
filius Hugonis de Meltebv. 



1 Read Cliveland. 2 Read vobis, with Mr. Round. 

3 Read Waplinton. 4 Read Japum. 

6 Supply some such words as appreciata fuit. 



YORK 



II. C89- Isti dicunt in veredictis suis quod terra Johannis le Poer quam 

690— cont. t ene t m seriantia archerie apud Waplinton' et apud Jarum 1 et apud 

Barneby valet annuatim xij.l. scilicet due carucate terre et dimidia 

in Waplinton' et due carucate et dimidia in Jarum 1 et vj. bovate in 

Barneby. 

Item dicunt quod terra Thome de Waukeriam, scilicet iij. carucate 
terre in Gaveldal in dominico de seriantia arbalistarie valet annuatim 
xxiiij.s. et non amplius, unde nequit aponere bovatam ad firmam 
nisi per xij.d. per annum ; et j. carucata terre et dimidia in libero 
servicio unde nichil accipit nisi forinsecum servicium quando seriantia 2 
domini regis incidit. 

Item dicunt quod terra Roberti de Geveldal, scilicet iij. carucate 
terre et vj. bovate quas habet in dominico, valet annuatim xxx.s. 
per seriantiam arbalistarie et non amplius, unde nequid 3 apponere 
bovatam nisi per xij.d. per annum ; et vj. bovate in libero servicio 
unde nichil accipit nisi forinsecum servicium quando seriantia 2 domini 
regis incidit. 



NORTHUM BERLAND . 

II. 760. DE TESTA DE NEVILV. 

Seriantia Sewale 4 filii Henrici per servicium breviandi placita 
corone versus vicecomitem et faciendi summoniciones, cum quinque 
carucis 5 quas ibi habet, per annum valet xvj.l. 

Domus ilia quam tenet in Novo Castello valet per annum iiij. 
m. de eodem. 

Seriantia Willelmi de Biker' valet per annum lxij.s. et iiij.d. per 
servicium breviandi et faciendi districciones. 

Seriantia Johannis filii Joelis valet per annum xxxij.s. et vj.d. 
per servicium eligendi denarios regis. Offert domino regi xx.s. 

Seriantia Sigge filie 6 Reginaldi de Sedberge valet per annum x.s. 
viij.d. per servicium custodiendi brevia corone. Offert domino 
regi dimidia m marcam. 



HEREFORD. 

I. 339. DE TESTA DE NEVILV. 

Domino ac venerabili suo H. dei gracia Cantuariensi archi- 
episcopo, tocius Anglie primati, vicecomes Hereford' et socii 
eius assignati ad taillagium faciendum de carucatis in Herefordsira, 
salutem et fidele servicium. Juxta mandatum vestrum, domine, 
de seriantiis de Herefordsira secundum formam a sanctitate vestra 
prescriptam diligenter inquisivimus. Et de singulis seriantiis hoc 
est veredictum. 

1 Read Japuni. 2 Read servicium. 

3 Read nequit. 4 Read Sewali. 

5 Written in full. 6 Perhaps an error for filii. 



A.D. 1198. 



I. 339— In manerio domini regis de Mauurthin Simon de Wystaneston 
cont " tenet in seriantia sua iiij tam partem unius carucate, et valet per 
annum x.s. per faciendas summoniciones et ferendum thesaurum 
regis. Facit servicium suum. 

In eodem manerio Paganus Avenel in seriantia sua iiij tam 
partem j. carucate, et valet per annum dimidiam marcam per idem 
servicium. 

In eodem manerio Willelmus Falconarius v. partem unius carucate, 
et valet per annum vj.s. 

In eodem manerio Hugo Caperun v. partem unius carucate, et 
valet per annum v.s. 

In Akes Rogerus de Haia tenet de seriancia sua dimidiam 
carucatam, et valet per annum x.s. per 1 summoniciones faciendas. 

Stanford', Simon tenet in seriantia viij. partem unius carucate, 
et valet per annum iiij.s. 

In eodem manerio Bernardus Picet 2 iiij fcam partem unius carucate, 
et valet per annum viij.s. 

In Kyngeston Henricus le Fraunceys et Rogerus de Haya tenent 
duas partes unius carucate in seriantia sua, unde pars Henrici valet 
per annum iij.s. et pars Rogeri v.s. 



SALOP AND STAFFORD. 



I. 279-280. SERIANTIE DOMINI REGIS DE SALOPIA. 

Robertus Alius Willelmi, forestarius domini regis de Salopsira, 
tenet de seriantia in Belewas dimidiam carucatam terre in dominico 
que valet dimidiam marcam, et j. carucatam et dimidiam ibidem in 
villenagio que reddit xviij.s. et unum molendinum quod reddet x.s. 
et valent per totum xxxiiij.s. et viij.d. Offert domino regi iij.m. 

Idem tenet in Anebrig unum molendinum qui 3 reddit x.s. et unam 
carucatam terre que valet x.s. vj.d. in fine predicto. 

Idem tenet in Cote quartam partem carucate terre que valet 
iiij.s. et iij.s. de redditu in predicto fine. Valet per totum x.m. 

Willelmus de Sagint' tenet de Roberto filio Willelmi de eadem 
seriantia dimidiam carucatam terre in dominico que valet dimidiam 
marcam et j. carucatam in villenagio que valet xvj s. et molendinum 
quod valet x.s. in finem 4 predicti Roberti. 

Henricus de Lega tenet de eodem Roberto de seriantia dimidiam 
carucatam terre in Calveton' que valet dimidiam marcam. Est in 
fine predicti Roberti. 

Radulfus de Horlet de eodem tenet de seriantia dimidiam caru- 
catam terre et unum molendinum quod valet j. m. Est in fine 
predicti Roberti. 

Reginaldus de Dodinton' tenet de eodem dimidiam virgatam 
terre in Dodinton' que valet xl.d. Est in fine predicti Roberti. 

1 per summoniciones faciendas added on margin. 

2 Read Picot. 3 Read quod. 
4 Read fine. 



SALOP AND STAFFORD. 



I. 279-280 Robertus de Wolint' 1 tenet de domino rege seriantiam, scilicet 
—com. dimidiam virgatam terre que valet iiij.s. per custodiam servandi 
hayam regis. Offert dimidiam marcam. 

Hugo Extraneus et Elias de Hatincham habent in custodia cum 
heredibus duas virgatas terre in Pulileg' de seriantia que valent 
viij.s. et Dionisia que fuit filia Rogeri Muissun tenet j. virgatam terre 
ibidem in dote que valet iiij.s. 

Alexander de Haneburgo 2 tenet in seriantia unum molendinum 
quod valet ij. marcas et j. bovatam terre que valet ij.s. et j. libram 
cimini in Novo Burgo. Idem tenet in Salop' vj.s. et x.d. de redditu 
assise et unum par calcarium duorum denarorium et iiij or ferra equi. 

Adam de Beisin tenet in Burkinton' 3 et in Walkeslawe j. carucatam 
terre de seriantia in dominico et ij. carucatas terre in villenagio. 
Idem tenet in Esfeld iiij am partem carucate terre in villenagio. 
Dominicum valet xij.s. et villenagium lx.s. Idem tenet duo molendina 
que valent viij.s. per custodiam j. ancipitris regis. 

Walterus de Muneton tenet de seriantia domini regis dimidiam 
carucatam terre in Muneton in dominico que valet x.s. et j. caru- 
catam terre in villenagio que ei reddit xx.s. 

SE RIANT IE DE STAFF'. 

Hun tendon'. Una carucata, seriantia Henrici del Brok de foresta 
de Canoe que valet per annum x.s. et reddit per annum ij.m. 

[RJedbaldeston'. j. carucata, seriantia Hugonis des Loges de 
eadem foresta et valet per annum x.s. sine instauro. 

Wirleg'. Dimidia carucata, seriantia eiusdem Hugonis et reddit 
per annum x viij.s. unde idem Hugo reddit domino regi per annum 
iiij.s. in firma seriantie sue de Canoe. Et preterea tenet j. carucatam 
terre de seriantia in villenagio, et valet per totum x.m. 

[R]ugeleg' pars. Ricardus del Suz. 4 iiij ta pars carucate, seriantia 
ejusdem Ricardi de Canoe et valet per annum iiij.s. et reddit dimidiam 
marcam per annum. 

Ibidem seriantia Reginaldi del Suz. 4 xv. acre et possunt esse ad 
firmam per annum pro iij.s. et per servicium unius haie inter forestam. 

Canoe pars. Jordanus. iiij ta pars carucate, seriantia ipsius Jordani 
de foresta de Canoe et valet per annum ij.s. 

Benetleg'. Dimidia carucata, seriantia Rogeri de Benetleg' de 
eadem foresta valet per annum j.m. 

Perton'. ij. carucate in villenagio, seriantia Rannulfi de Pert on 
de archeria in guerra domini regis et valet per annum xxx.s. si 
ponitur ad firmam annuatim ; et fecit servicium suum inde. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 



I. 93-94. DE TESTA DE NEVILU. SERIANTIE NOT ET DERB\ 

Reginaldus de Colewyk' tenet terram in Colewyk' per servicium 
seriantie. Et milites qui jurant dicunt quod terra sua non valet 
per annum nisi vj.l. 

1 Testa de Nevill is added on the margin of I. 280 here, near the top of a 
page, although omitted at the heading of the section. 

2 Bead Novo Burgo. 3 Read Wurkinton. 4 Read Puz. 



8 A.D. 1198 



I. 93-94— Petrus Picot tenet Radeclive et Kyneston' per servicium seriantie 
hostricerie. Et sunt in eadem villa vj. carucate et dimidia et valent 
per annum ix. 1. per sacramentum militum juratorum. 

Willelmus filius Coste tenet in Hukenhal' wainagium unius caruce 
et quedam essarta %t quoddam molendinum per seriantiam falconarie 
quod totum valet per annum vj.l. x.s. Willelmus venit et dicit 
quod facit seriantiam suam et quod habet falconem domini regis 
ad domum suam. 

Robertus le Passeis tenet wainagium iij. carucarum in Sutton' 
per seriantiam et valet per annum xxx.s. inveniendo quendam 
equum de dimidia marca. 

Galfridus de Brunnesley tenet in eadem villa et in TrowelT 
wainagium unius caruce et dimidie per seriantiam et valet per 
annum xx.s. et ilia seriantia est de honore Peverelli. 

Petrus de Sandiacr' tenet terram suam eiusdem ville per seriantiam 
ostrecerie, et valet per annum vij.l. et x.s. Et Ricardus de Riston' 
tenet de suo feodo et de eadem seriantia waingnagium j. caruce 
terre. Et Petrus venit et dicit quod facit servicium suum annuatim. 



WARWICK AND LEICESTER. 



I. 424. SERIANTIE DOMINI REGIS IN WARR\ IN TESTA DE NEVILV. 

Hugo de Loges tenet per forestariam de Canoe in Cestreton' 
waignagium j. caruce in dominico 1 j. in villenagio, et valet iiij.m. 
per annum. 

Idem Hugo in Sowe waignagium dimidie caruce ; valet xiij.s. 
et j.d. 

Idem Hugo in Radewey waignagium dimidie caruce, et valet 
x.s. per annum. 

Gilbertus Crok tenet de seriantia predicti Hugonis in Greneberg' 
waignagium j. caruce, et valet xx.s. 

Henricus de Morton' tenet de eodem in Morton' waignagium j. 
caruce, et valet xx.s. per annum. 

Rogerus de Benetleg' tenet de eodem waignagium tercie partis j. 
caruce, et valet dimidiam marcam. 

Radulfus filius Wigeni 2 tenet per marescauciam in Leminton 
waignagium dimidie carucate, et valet xx.s. 

Idem tenet in Turlaveston waignagium j. caruce, et valet xxx.s. 
per annum. 

Idem tenet in Wilibi waignagium j. caruce et dimidie, et valet 
xxx.s. per annum. 

Idem tenet in Shreveleg waignagium j. caruce in dominico, unde 
moniales de Wrokeshal tenent dimidiam carucatam in libera elemosina, 
et in eadem villa waignagium j. caruce in villenagio, et valet per 
totum v.m. et dimidiam. Et idem Henricus 3 dicit quod fecit inde 
servicium suum domino regi annuatim. 

Willelmus Cocus tenet ut ipse dicit xx. solidatas terre in Staverton' 
per seriantiam coquine. «. 

1 Supply et. 2 Bead Wigani. 3 Bead Radulfus. 



cont. 



WARWICK AND LEICESTER 9 



SERIANTIE DOMINI REGIS IN LEYC\ IN EADEM TESTA. 

I. 424- In Houton' et Wymundewald Willelmus de Gorz tenet de seriantia 
hostiarie domini regis waignagium iij. carucarum et dimidie. Et 
due domine sunt dotate de terra ilia, scilicet Emma de Jorz et Alicia 
de Bert, et valet terra ilia xx.s. Et terra quam Willelmus de Jorz 
tenet qui est in custodia Petri de Alakeston' valet xxiiij.s. 

Et David de Scheftinton' tenet in Scheftinton' et in Merdefeld 
waignagium iiij. carucarum et j. virgatam. Et valet terra ilia lj.s. 
Et debet esse nuncius domini regis. 



NORTHAMPTON. 

I. 172. DE TESTA DE NEVILV. SERIANTIE NORHAMPTONSIRE. 

Alanus de Hale, forestarius de Clive, j. carucatam terre ; valet xx.s. 
et tenet per archeriam. 

Radulfus et Gilbertus tenent quartam partem j. carucate terre 
in Charwell per forestariam, et valet v.s. preter viij.s. quos reddunt 
per annum de firma. 

Ricardus de Angaine ij. carucatas terre in Pectesle, et valent l.s. 
et est venator leporum 1 et facit servicium annuatim. 

Idem Ricardus iij. carucatas terre in Laxeton, et valent lxx.s. 
Per eandem seriantiam. 

Robertus Larcher iij. carucatas terre in Sibertoft, et valent c.s. 
Per archeriam et facit servicium. 

Willelmus filius Henrici de Selveston octavam partem unius 
carucate terre, et valet iij.s. Per pincernariam. 

Ascelinus et Andreas de Hecham iij. virgatas terre in seriantia, 
et valent xij.s. Per servicium ferendi brevia de honore de Hecham, 
et fecit servicium illud. 



CAMBRIDGE AND HUNTINGDON. 

II. 608. DE TESTA DE NEVILV. 

SERIANTIE DOMINI REGIS IN COM IT AT U GANTABRIGIE. 

xx li libra te terre quam Willelmus filius Adelini tenuit in villa de 
Tevresham per seriantiam marescalcie sunt escaete domini regis in 
custodia Stephani de Turnham. 

xl. solidate terre quam Ernulfus filius Roberti tenuit in villa de 
Combreton per seriantiam pistrini sunt in custodia Simonis camerarii 
domini Cant'. 

Centum solidatas terre habet Willelmus Monachus in villa de 
Seleford' per seriantiam aurifabri. 

Ricardus Engaine habet in villa de Guedding c. solidatas terre 
per seriantiam capiendi lupos et facit servicium suum cotidie. 

Rogerus Malharteis tenet ij. carucatas per seriantiam custodiendi 
vigil' circa dominum regem. 

1 Bead luporum. Cf. p. 10 below, and Calendar of Inquisitions, vol. i. 
pp. 42, 275 ; vol. iii. p. 280 ; vol. iv. p. 84 ; vol. vi. p. 253 ; vol. viii. 
p. 162 ; Hen. VII, vol. i. p. 238 ; Feudal Aids, vol. iv. pp. 1, 18. 



10 A.D. 1198. 



RUTLAND. 



I. 176. DE TESTA DE NEVILL\ 

Ricardus Arbalistarius de Saeton' in Roteland mortuus est et 
filius et heres eius vocatur Ernisius, set terra ilia saisita est in 
manum domini regis et appreciata est ad c.s. et per ministratum 
debet earn tenere ; et hoc est veredictum de visneto. 



NORFOLK. 

II 308. DE TESTA DE NEVILL\ 

HUMILIARD' HUNDREDUM. 

Radulfus de Alta Villa tenet in dominico iiij tam partem j. carucate 
et iij. partes unius carucate in homagio in villa de Erlham in custodia 
cum herede Ricardi de Werstede ; precii lx.s. 

DIM1DIUM HUNDREDUM DE ERLHAM. * 

Rogerus Ostricer tenet v. partes j. carucate in Redehal' in dominico 
et homagio per seriantiam osterie 2 de domino rege, et valet per annum 
xx.s. et facit servicium annuatim. 

Radulfus de Alta Villa tenet j. carucatam et dimidiam in dominico 
et j. carucatam et dimidiam in homagio in villa de Dunton' ; precii 
xiij.l. 

Laurota Picot tenet dimidiam carucatam in dominico et iiij tam 
partem j. carucate in homagio in Sculeton', et valet per annum vj.l. 
per servicium serviendi larderie regis. 

Rogerus Vetula tenet viij am partem j. carucate in homagio in 
Edmestorp' et iiij tam partem per seriantiam, et valet per annum 
j.m. Est in custodia Radulfi de Havill'. 

Robertus filius Ricardi tenet xij. partem j. carucate in dominico 
et homagio in villa de Turstona, et valet ij.m. 



BEDFORD. 

II. 228. DE TESTA DE NEVILV. 

Villa de Felmersham. Ricardus de Peencurt tenet ij. carucatas 
terre in dominico et in villenagio que valent per annum iiij.m. 
per servicium esse dispensator regis. 

Ibidem Amauricus de Landres tenet ij. carucatas excepta quinta 
parte illarum duarum carucatarum quam Henricus de Knell' tenet ; 
et iste due carucate valent iiij.m. et tota villa est de seriantia domini 
regis. 

Turveia. Lambertus Sellator tenuit dimidiam carucatam de 
seriantia domini regis que valet xij.s. set dicunt quod est eschaeta. 
Est in manu domini regis. 

Maperteshale. Gilbertus de Mapertesala tenet unam carucatam 
in dominico. Liberi homines iij. partes j. carucate. Dustic 3 iiij tam 
partem. Canonici de Merton ij. partes j. carucate in dominico 

1 Read Ersham. 2 Read ostricerie. ° Read Rustici. 



BEDFORD. 11 



II. 228— suo. Hospitalarii de Ierosolyma vj. partes j. carucate. Moniales de 
cont. Qhikesand tenent ij. carucatas et dimidiam in dominico suo. Galfridus 
de Pullehang' et Wa lterus filius Gilberti tenent iiij. partes j. carucate 
de honore de Walingford'. Et hec predicta villa tota est de seriantia 
domini regis, set tamen iij. hide et una virgata defendunt se in comitatu 
Hereford 1 ; pars vero residua appreciata est lx.s. 



MIDDLESEX. 

II. 622. DE TESTA DE NEVILL\ 

Willelmus filius Ote tenet in Lilleston' in servien' 2 unam carucatam 
terre que valet xl.s. per servicium servandi signa regis raonete, et 
facit servicium suum per totum annum. 



OXFORD. 

I. 522-523. SERIANTIE DE TESTA DE NEVILV. 

Robertus de Liddinton tenet j. carucatam in Ranton 3 per 
serianteriam, et valet per annum j.m. quia terra multum sterilis est ; 
per falconariam. Offert domino regi j.m. 

Henricus de la Mare ij. carucatas et dimidiam in Alveseicuth' per 
serianteriam, et valent per annum l.s. 

Gilbertus Malesmeins ij. carucatas et dimidiam et in villenagio 
iiij. carucatas in villa de Wotton' de dote uxoris sue, et valent xx.l. 
cum hundredo. Non venit vel se essoniavit. 

Robertus filius Alani j. carucatam et dimidiam in Orton', et valet 
xl.s. per servicium portandi baneram populi prosequentis per marinam. 
Et offert j.m. 

Almaricus Dispensator ij. carucatas in dominico et in villenagio 
ij. carucatas in Ewelm, et valent c.s. 

Idem in dominico ij. carucatas et in villenagio iij. carucatas 
in Magna Rollend', et valent per annum ciiij.s. per servicium 
dispenserie ; et dicit quod fecit servicium illud et modo facit pro eo 
gener suus, et offert iij.m. 

Henricus filius Willelmi in dominico et villenagio j. carucatam 
in Middelton', et valet per annum xl.s. Essoniavit se per Thomam 
le Bretun. 

Radulfus Purcell in dominico j. carucatam in Niweton', et valet 
per annum xl.s. Non venit vel se essoniavit. 



WILTS. 

1. 640-641. DE SERIANTIIS IN TESTA DE NEVILV. 

Galfridus Esturmi tenuit in Cuvelesfeld de domino rege j. caru- 
catam per seriantiam. Modo est in manu domini regis et valet xx.s. 

1 Read Hertford'. 2 Read seriantia. 

3 Read Banton or some such form. 



12 A.D. 1198 



II. 640- Willelmus Spileman in eadem villa j. carucatam de domino rege 
641 cont. p er ser i an tiam, et valet xx.s. 

Galfridus de Luveriz j. carucatam de domino rege per seriantiam, 
et valet xx.s. 

Galfridus de Pourton in Hi wis dimidiam carucatam de domino 
rege per seriantiam, et valet x.s. 

Radulfus Heiraz quartam partem j. carucate de seriantia in 
Alewarebir', et valet v.s. 

Ricardus filius Petri quartam partem in Meleford de seriantia et 
valet v.s. 

Andreas Moberd' in Meleford quartam partem carucate, et valet v.s. 

Henricus de la Mara quartam partem carucate de seriantia, et 
valet v.s. in Laverkstok. 

Jordanus de Laverkestok in Laverkestok quartam partem de 
seriantia, et valet v.s. 

Henricus de la Mara in Winterburn' ij. carucatas de seriantia, et 
valent c.s. 

Galfridus de Pourton in Pourton' j. carucatam et dimidiam de 
seriantia, et valent lij.s. vj.d. 

Edwardus Pancet in Putton' quartam partem j. carucate de 
seriantia, et valet v.s. 

Ricardus Archarius in Ferleg' dimidiam carucatam de seriantia, 
et valet x.s. 

Philippus de Lingiur de Ricardo de Cardunvill iij am partem 
j. carucate que est de seriantia in Staulinc', et valet x.s. 

Andreas Moberd' in Langeford j. carucatam et dimidiam de 
seriantia, et valent lx.s. 

Galfridus de Pourton in Bretford dimidiam carucatam, et valet x.s. 

Galfridus Camerarius in Norkinton iij. carucatas, et valent x.l. 

Galfridus Monachus in Medinton ij. carucatas, et valent vj.l. 

Willelmus Spileman in Tidulveshida dimidiam carucatam, et 
valet xx.s. 

Robertus Duinel in Hywis ij. carucatas, et valent lx.s. 

Ricardus Ruffus in Immemer ij. carucatas, et valent c.s. 

Everard in Swindon iij. partem j. carucate de Willelmo Spileman 
de seriantia, et valet x.s. 

Willelmus de Anesya iij. carucatas, et valent vj.l. 

Ricardus Ruffus in Immeden' j. carucatam de dono Henrici Regis, 
et valet c.s. cum instauro. 

Mauricius serviens in Walecot viij am partem j. carucate, et 
valet iij.s. 

Walterus Spileman in Helmerton j. carucatam, et valet xx.s. 

Ricardus Spileman in Tocham dimidiam carucatam de feodo 
Willelmi Spileman de seriantia, et valet xx.s. 

Robertus de Venuz in Draycota iij. carucatas, et valent c.s. 

Hismena de Chauz in Est on ij. carucatas, et valent lx.s. et Rogerus 
Falconarius 1 annuatim inde servicium. 

Michael de Middelton' in Middclton' quartam partem j. carucate, 
et valet x.s. per servicium servandi lepores. 2 

Willelmus de Donecliva 3 in Wicha quartam partem j. carucate, 
et valet v.s. 



Supply facit. 2 Read luparios. 3 Read Bouecliva. 



WILTS. 13 



II. 640- Johannes de Wycha in eadem villa quartam partem j. camcate 
641— cont. p er faiconariam 1 foreste, et valet v.s. 

Galfridus Esturmi tenuit in Burbech et in Durdolee ij. carucatas. 
Modo sunt in manu domini, et valent c.s. 

Nicholaus Monachus in Westgrafton' j. carucatam, et valet xx.s. 

Robertus Doynel in Estgrafton' dimidiam carucatam, et valet xv.s. 

Walterus Esturmi in Staudiburn' j. carucatam et dimidiam, et 
valent l.s. 

Matheus Turpin in Wintreslawe ij. carucatas, et valent xl.s. per 
servicium faciendum le Lare 2 regis et fecit servicium. 

Galfridus de Pourton' in eadem villa dimidiam carucatam, et 
valet x.s. 

Philippus de Lye in Eston' quartam partem carucate, et valet x.s. 

Galfridus de la Huse ha bet in Hinglesham j. carucatam terre in 
dominico suo et dimidiam carucatam assisam et tenet in seriantia ; 
valet l.s. per servicium mutandi osturcum et fecit servicium suum. 

Mauricius de Kalna tenet iiij. solidatas terre in Queynford per 
seriantia m. 

Galfridus filius Pagani in Wykedon 3 ij. carucatas terre per 
seriantia m coquine. 



KENT. 

II. 49. DE TESTA DE NEVILV. 

Albreda de Jarpenvill' tenet EfTeton' in seriantia, et valet lx.s. 
et debet servire regi de ostriceria sua et dicunt quod serviunt 4 per 
Henricum le Tuschet. ' 

Sarra de Bendevill tenet Peccham, et valet x.l. et debet invenire 
hominem ad ferendum j. osturcum ultra mare ad sumptus domini 
regis et facit annuatim servicium suum. 

Willelmus de Beche tenet Burnes in seriantia, et valet x.l. et debet 
invenire domino regi j. navem ad servicium suum, et offere 5 domino 
regi iij.m. 

Robertus de Baltun' tenet Waveringes in seriantia, et valet xxx.s. 
et debet invenire regi j. equum de v.s. ad sumonicionem suam. 

Manaser de Hastinges tenet Grenech' in seriantia, et valet c.s. 

Stacekinus de Burnes qui est infra etatem et in custodia Roberti 
de Turneham tenet Burnes in seriantia, et valet x.l". In manu Roberti 
de Turneham per dominum regem. 

II. 50. Willelmus de Moriston te*net per servicium unius feodi militis 
tenementum quod tenet de rege in hundredo de Middelton' unde 
consuevit reddere vicecomiti l.s. per annum in partem firme corporis 
comitatus, sicut continetur in rotulo tercio Regis Johannis in Kancia. 

1 Read seriantiam. 2 Read claret' . 3 Read Wydehull. 

4 Read serviit. 5 Read offert. 



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A.D. 1204-1212. 

The following list, which, according to the heading, purports to enumerate 
the knights who held of the king in chief in Hertfordshire, includes persons 
who held by serjeanty as well as those who held by military service. The 
measurement of the lands in hides and carucates suggests an early date. 
Henry fitz Ailwin, Mayor of London, who is entered as the tenant of Watton 
(here called Wautham), was dead at Michaelmas 1212, and the Countess of 
Leicester, who is entered as the tenant of Ware, was dead in May of that 
year. 1 On the other hand, the mention of Payn de Chaourches as tenant of 
Willian and Lilley can hardly be earlier than 1204, when these places were not 
yet in his possession. 2 

1 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 118, 124, 130. 

2 Rotuli Normannioz, p. 129; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 283, 328; 
Rotuli Scaccarii Normannice, vol. ii. p. cxliii. 



HERTFORD. 

II. 288. 1ST I SUNT MII+ITES TENENTES IN CAPITE DE DOMINO 

EEGE IN EODEM COMITATU. 

Simon et Eustachius de Campo Remigii tenent Cestrehunte per 
dominum regem, scilicet sex hidas. 

Comitissa de Leicestria tenet Wares quod pertinet ad honorem 
comitis Leycestrie, scilicet sex carucatas terre per servicium unius 
militis. 

Ricardus de Argentein' tenet ij. carucatas terre in Wylemundele 
per serianteriam rutelir.' 1 

Milo de Sumery tenet j. carucatam terre in Brikendon' per 
serianteriam de dispensa domini regis. 

Maior Londonie tenet j. carucatam terre in Wautham per 
serianteriam inveniendi in exercitu domini regis j. equm 2 et unum 
arcum et ij. sagittas. 

Paganus de Chaurcis tenet iij. carucatas terre in Wilie et Linlege 
per servicium unius militis. 

Gerardus de FurnivaT tenet v. carucatas terre in Munden' per 
servicium j. militis. 

1 The obvious correction is butelir. Cf. the use of the same word in a 
return on page 51 below, and Sir Henry Barkly's note in the Bristol and 
Gloucestershire Archaeological Transactions, vol. xii. p. 287. Mr. Round 
in The King's Serjeants, p. 265, states that the Argentine serjeanty "is 
nowhere spoken of as 'butler' service or assigned to the butler's department." 
It is, however, called ' serganteriam pincernie' in 1^198. Rotuli Curiae 
Regis, vol.i. p. 162. See Appendix. 

2 This word may be an error for equitem. Other mentions of the Watton 
serjeanty, however, specify peditem or garcionem. 



II. 288- 
cont. 



HERTFORD. 15 



Robertus filius Osberti de Mara tenet j. carucatam terre in Walden' 
per servicium j. militis. 

Gilbertus de Meperteshal tenet unam carucatam terre per 
serianteriam butelar' domini regis. 

Johannes de Sanford' tenet iiij. carucatas terre in Hormad' per 
serianteriam camerarie domine regine. 

Comes Saresberie tenet v. carucatas terre in Gatenden', que 
pertinent ad baroniam suam. 

Radulfus de Tony tenet iij. carucatas terre in Flamstede que 
pertinent ad feodum suum. 

Johannes Marescallus tenet iij. carucatas terre in Barewurthe per 
servicium j. militis. 

Advocatus de Beton' tenet ij. carucatas terre in Messewell per 
servicium j. militis. 

Baldewinus Wak' tenet vj. carucatas terre in Estwic, Roghamsted 
et Blakemere per servicium iij. militum et iij. quarteriorum. 

Radulfus de Puteham tenet iij. carucatas terre in Putteham que 
pertinent ad honorem Leycestrie, scilicet de feodo de TurvilT per 
tres partes unius militis. 

Comes de Albemar' tenet ij. carucatas terre in Wilemundele et 
j. in Waulingeton' per unum militem. 

Adam de Portu tenet iij. carucatas terre in Clahall' per servicium 
j. militis. 

Milo de Sumery tenet v. carucatas terre in Bygrave de honore 
Gloucestrie per ij. milites. 



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A.D. 1208-1209. 

The unfortunate loss of the Close Rolls for the tenth, eleventh, twelfth 
and thirteenth years of the reign of John and of the Patent Rolls for three 
of those years deprives us of likely sources of information as to the origin 
of several lists that are transcribed in the Book of Fees. 

The following lists for the counties of Northampton, Buckingham, and 
Bedford appear to be classified abstracts made at the Exchequer from original 
returns which no longer exist. 

Northampton. There is no manuscript for this list except the transcript 
in the Book of Fees. It clearly belongs to the period when the bishopric of 
Lincoln was in the hands of a temporary guardian, that is to say between 
1206 and 1213, and it has been included in a tentative list of the returns to 
the inquest of 1212. * Internal evidence, however, shows it to be some three 
years earlier. Robert de Picquigny, or Pinkeni, who is mentioned in it as 
tenant of fifteen fees, made fine on succession to his father, Henry, in the 
financial year ending at Michaelmas 1209. 2 On the other hand, William of 
Hendred's heir, whose land is here stated to be in the king's hand, obtained 
livery of it in the same year. 3 The date of the list can thus be fixed between 
Michaelmas 1208 and Michaelmas 1209. 

There is further evidence that it cannot belong to the year 1212, as 
suggested. Ralph de Someri, who is mentioned in it as a tenant in chief, 
must have been dead in the first half of 1210, for his relict, Margaret, arranged 
to pay an instalment of her fine for assignment of dower at Midsummer in 
that year. 4 William Malesoures, who is mentioned as an under-tenant, was 
dead at Michaelmas 121 1. 5 

It is not necessary here to speculate as to the source of an early list of 
fees and serjeanties in Northamptonshire given in the Red Book of the 
Exchequer, and containing names and information which are not to be 
found in the fist now printed. 6 It includes among the tenants John 
Malesoures, who did not succeed until after Michaelmas 1210, and Miles 
Neirnut, who was dead at Michaelmas 1211. If therefore we may regard it as 
a faithful abstract of a single return, the date is obvious. 



1 Round, The Commune of London, pp. 263, 275-277. 

2 " Robertus de Pinkenni c.l. pro habenda terra que fuit Henrici patris 
sui die quo obiit, cuius heres ipse est, et pro relevio suo." Pipe Roll, 11 John, 
Northampton. 

3 " Ricardus de Henred reddit compotum de lx. m. et j. palefrido pro habenda 
terra que fuit patris sui Willelmi." Ibid. Berks. 

4 " Margareta que fuit uxor Radulfi de Sumeri reddit compotum de ccc. m. pro 
habenda racionabili dote sua de terra que fuit predicti Radulfi, viri sui. Termini ; 
ad festum Sancti Johannis Baptiste anni xij. c. et l.m. etc." Pipe Roll, 12 John, 
Berks. 

5 " Johannes Malesoures lx.m. et j. palefridum pro habenda terra que 
fuit Willelmi Malesoures, patris sui, et pro habenda quietancia de super-demanda 
que facta fuit patri suo de feodo dimidii militis quod tenuit de feodo Dodonis Bardulf 
quamdiu terra que fuit ipsius Dodonis fuit in manu regis." Pipe Roll, 13 John, 
Nottingham and Derby. 6 Pp. 532-534. 



INTRODUCTION. 17 



The lacunce in our text suggest that the manuscript copied into the Book 
of Fees was defective. 

Buckingham and Bedford. Although there are separate lists for these 
counties, they are similar in form, one sheriff being responsible for both. 
There is no manuscript of them extant except the transcript in the Book of 
Fees, which appears to have been made from a document of which part at 
least was defective or illegible, as there are obvious lacunce near the beginning 
on the right hand side. 

The internal evidence as to date is very similar to that with regard to 
the neighbouring county of Northampton. The bishopric of Lincoln and the 
abbey of Ramsey were in the hands of temporary guardians. Among the 
tenants named are Robert de Picquigny (here disguised under the name of 
Ynchingny), who did not obtain his inheritance until after Michaelmas 1208, 
and Ralph de Someri, who was dead at Midsummer 1210, as seen above. 
Corroborative evidence may be found in the facts that Alan de Valognes, 
who is entered among the tenants of the Honour of Wallingford, was succeeded 
by his brother Robert in the financial year ending at Michaelmas 1210, and 
that three other persons named as tenants, Duncan de Lascelles, Ralph de 
Hoddeng, and Miles Neirnut, were alike dead at Michaelmas 121 1. 1 

While then the names of the tenants mentioned in these lists show them 
to belong to the period between Michaelmas 1208 and Midsummer 1210, the 
heading and the classification of the entries suggest a close connexion with 
the list for Northamptonshire apparently made before Michaelmas 1209. 

The Red Book of the Exchequer contains a list of fees and serjeanties in 
Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire, giving names and information which are 
not to be found in the list now printed. 2 If we may regard it as a faithful 
abstract of a single return, it may perhaps be ascribed to the earlier part of 
the year 1210. 

1 " Robertus de Valeines reddit compotum de cc.m. et ij. palefridis pro habenda 
terra que fuit Alani fratris sui in Sobindon, cuius heres ipse est." Pipe Roll, 
12 John, Buckingham and Bedford. 

' Willelmus Briwere reddit compotum de lx.m. et j. palefrido pro habendo 
maritagio Cristiane filie Dunekani de Lascel', cum medietate ville de Burneham." 

' Tomas de Nevill de iiij. feodis et dimidio et xvj a parte cum herede Radulfi de 
Hosdeng." 

" Jordanus filius Reginaldi Forestarii debet xx. m. pro habenda petitione regis 
ad WiHelmum Painel ut concedat ei terram que fuit Milonis Neirenuit et custodiam 
heredum." Pipe Roll, 13 John, Buckingham and Bedford. 

2 Pp. 535-539. 



NORTHAMPTON. 



I. 165-167. NOMINA TENENCIUM IN CAPITE DE DOMINO REQE IN BARON I A 

IN NORHAMT. 

Comes Cestrie tenet manerium de Buchebroc in dominico. 

Comes de Ferrariis tenet manerium de Tham' 1 cum pertinenciis. 

Comes de Clare tenet Rowell' in capite. 

Comitissa Albe Marlie tenet Norton' de dono regis. 

Comes Wyntonie tenet Halso et Brachel' unde caput est in Leyc'. 

Abbas Burgi tenet in capite per feoda lxx. militum. 

1 Read Hecham or some form of Higham Ferrers. 
Wt. 3705. b 2 



IS A.D. 1208-1209. 



I. 165-167 Advocatus de Betun' tenet in capite per feoda xj. militum. 

Robertus de Pinchingny tenet xv. milites de feodo de Windlesor'. 

Gerardus de Champvill' tenet 1. libratas terre in Sutton' et de 1 
Dent. 

Constabularius Cestrie tenet feoda trium militum. 

Willelmus de Albeny tenet Stok' unde caput est in Leyc\ 

Wiseardus Leydet tenet in capite per xij. milites et dimidium. 

Lucas Basset tenet in capite per xv. milites. 

Eustachius de Watford' tenet feodum unius militis. 

Simon de Lindon' tenet feodum unius militis. 

Walterus de Preston' tenet* *xxv. libratas terre et 

j. feodum et dimidium militis. 

Heres Willelmi de Lanvelay tenet Wakerle. 

Abbas de Crouland. Abbas de Evesham. Abbas de Grestein. 
Abbas de Selebv. Abbas Sancti Edmundi. Nescitur servicium. 

Willelmus de Curtenay tenet Bare we in capite. 

Radulfus de Somery tenet* * unde caput est in Warr'. 

Willelmus filius Hamonis tenet Wyk' unde caput est in Buk'. 

Heres Walteri de Drayton' tenet feodum dimidii militis. 

Robertus de Novo Burgo de honore de Choches ij. milites. 

Comes Wintonie tenet de eodem honore feodum j. militis. 

ISTI TENENT PER SERIANTIAM. 

Ricardus Engayne tenet Laxton'. 

Rogerus de Calco de Duston tenet j. virgatam terre. 

Gilbertus de Monte tenet Wetefeld'. 

Robertus filius Alani de Hale iij. partem virgate terre. 

ISTI TENENT IN CAPITE DE FEODO DE MORETON'. 

Willelmus filius Radulfi de Kaaynes feodum unius militis et 
dimidii. 

Willelmus filius Ricardi de Chaaynes feoda ij. militum et dimidii. 
Alicia de Duston' feodum unius militis. 
Johannes de Monte Acuto. 2 

ISTI TENENT DE ESCAETIS IN EODEM COM I T AT U. 

Honore de Notingh'. 
Willelmus filius Robert! de Cattesby feodum unius militis. 
Hugo de Insula feoda ij. militum. 
Willelmus de Duston' feodum unius militis. 
Robertus de Salceto iiij. or partes feodi unius militis. 
Petrus de Goudinton' feodum unius militis. 
Galfridus de Pavilly feodum unius militis. 
Willelmus* *feodum unius militis. 

ISTI TENENT DE ESCHAETIS TERRE NORMANNORUM. 

Philippus de Wigornia. Dominus W. Briwerr'. CastallanuS de 
Berg'. Nescitur servicium. , 

1 Read Sutton' et Dodint'. 

2 Probably the copyist was unable to read more of this entry. 






NORTHAMPTON. 19 



T. 165-107 ISTI TEN EN T DE WARDIS QUE SUNT IN MANU DOMINI REGIS. 

De honore Leycestrie parte Simonis de Monte Forti. 
Heres Willelmi de Crauncford. Heres Hugonis de Diva. Thomas 
de Estlega. Willelmus de Turvill'. Johannes de Humez. Lucas 
Sorell'. Ricardus filius Wale. Ricardus Trussell'. Gustos honoris 
Leycestrie respondet. 

De feodo Lincolniensis episcopatus. 
Robertus de Chaucumbe. Rogerus de Leonibus. Custos episcop- 
atus respondet. 

De Walengf. 
Andreas de Bello Campo. Custos honoris respondet. 

De Gloucestr'. 
Heres Willelmi de Hanred, cuius terra est in manu domini regis. 

De feodo Dodonis Bardolf. 
Willelmus Malesoures feodum unius militis. 

Fulco de Cantilupo tenet manerium de Burton' de domino rege. 

Robertus de Bella Aqua et Willelmus Cumin tenent Upton' quod 
fuit dominicum regis, sed nescitur servicium. 

Willelmus de Wichiet' tenet de abbacia de Rames' ix. partem feodi 
j. militis. 



BUCKINGHAM AND BEDFORD. 

II. 219- NOMINA TENENCIUM IN CAPITE IN BARON I A IN BUK } DE 

223. DOMINO REGE. 

Comes G. filius Petri 1 

Comes Cestrie tenet manerium de Elne 1 

Comes Arundell' tenet Waddon' quod fuit 1 

Comes Willelmus Marescallus tenet medietatem 1 

Comes Ebrouf tenet Merlawe et Hamele. 

Episcopus Wintoniensis tenet Ymmer' et Witton'. 

Episcopus RorTensis tenet Hoden* *nescitur servicium. 

Radulfus de Sumery tenet 1 

Willelmus filius Hamonis tenet feoda xv. militum. 

Willelmus de Wyndlesor' debet vj. milites et dimidium. 

Duncannus de Lascell' \ -, i , •• - v , ^ Ai-~*iAi n ™ 
t> j u tt t i » / debent vii. milites et dimidium. 
Radultus Hoddeng j J 

Robertus de Ynchingny 2 tenet Dorchet'. 

Heres Ricardi de Munfichet tenet Langeley. 

Heres Willelmi de Monte Canusy tenet Duninton'. 

Henricus Doilli tenet Elaindon'. 3 

Hugo de Gurnay tenet Wendouu' 4 de dominico domini regis. 

Godefridus de Luvayn x. libra tas terre in Radeneham de dominico 

regis. 

1 These entries are unfinished. 2 Read Pinchingny. 

3 Bead Claindon. 4 Bead Wendover, or some form of the name. 



20 A.D. 1208-1209. 



II. 219- Elias de Bello Campo tenet ij. milites. 

Jacobus de Novo Mercato tenet Herdewyc, sed caput est alibi. 
Thomas de Sancto Walerico tenet Thornton*, sed caput est alibi. 
Ricardus filius Nigelli tenet j. militem et dimidium. 
Heres Willelmi de Santon' tenet ij. milites. 
Ricardus de KamvilT tenet Olmere, sed caput est alibi. 
Ricardus de Syfrewast tenet dimidium militem. 
Abbas Sancti Albani ; nescitur servicium. 
Herebertus de Boleb' tenet feodum unius militis. 
Hugo de Kaynes tenet ij. partes unius militis. 
Petrus de Neunton' tenet terciam partem unius militis. 
Alexander filius Ricardi tenet feodum dimidii militis. 
Robertus Maudut, camerarius, tenet Hamslap* ; nescitur an in 
seriancia an in milicia. 

DE WARDIS IN MANU DOMINI REGIS EXISTENTIBUS. 

De honore de Gloucestria. 
Thomas de Saunford'. Heredes Ricardi de BasevnT. 

Galfridus filius Roberti. Jordanus Forestarius unam vir- 

Walterus de Trailly. gatam terre de dono domini 

Galfridus de Lucy. regis. 

Be honore Leycestrie parte Simonis de Monte Forti. 
Willelmus de Turvill. Brianus de Insula. Custos 1 honoris 
Leycestrie respondet. 1 

De feodis episcopatus Lincolniensis. 
Hugo de Bello Campo. Robertus de Veteri Ponte. Matildis de 
Buyeto. Custos episcopatus respondet. 

De feodis comitisse de Pertico. 
Johannes de Harton*. Custos terre comitisse respondet. 

DE SERIANTERIIS. 

Albreda de Jarpunvill' tenet Ylmer' et 2 
Rogerus de Calne tenet Eton' 
Nicholaus filius Bernardi 
Willelmus de Clint on* tenet Est on' 
Wa Items Maun tell' tenet dimidiam hidam. 

I ST I TEN EN T DE ESCAETIS IN EODEM COM IT AT U. 

De honore de Walengford'. 

Robertus filius Rogeri. Milo Neirnut. 

Robertus de Veteri Ponte. Thomas filius Ricardi. 

Alanus Basset. Willelmus PaganolT. 

Turstanus Basset. Galfridus filius Angod'. 

Radulfus Da u vers. Heres Walteri de Penna. 

Alanus de Valeines. Simon Barre. 

Willelmus de Arches. Rogerus de Staunford'. 



1 This note appears to apply to the Honours of Gloucester and Leicester 
alike. 2 The missing place is Aston, i.e. Aston Mullins. 



BUCKINGHAM AND BEDFORD. 21 



n. 219- Simon de Patishull'. Willelmus Basset. 

223-cont. Hamo Carboneir< Walterus Foliot. 

Urvioius 1 Malet. Willelmus de Heddesour'. 

Henrieus de Clinton'. Heres Roberti de Rotomago. 

Alibi 2 custos honoris respondet. 

De honore de Notingham. 
Petrus de Goldinton' feodum unius militis. 
Hugo de Haveresham feodum unius militis. 
Robertus de Salceto v tam partem feodi militis. 
Ricardus de Vernon feodum unius militis. 

Elizabet que fuit uxor Simonis Basset feodum dimidii militis. 
Radulfus de Gresele feoda ij. militum. 
Barnabas de Hertwelle feodum unius militis. 
Heres Willelmi Uese 3 feodum unius militis. 

De escaetis terre que fuit Willelmi de Similby. 4 
Henrieus de Gray. Hugo de Samford'. Henrieus de Curton'. 
Nescitur servicium ; alibi. 

De honore Peverelli de Dovor. 
Philippus de Oxrund 5 feoda ij. militum. 

De terra que fuit Willelmi Fugus. 6 
Hugo de Nevill' tenet custodiam per regem. 

De feodo Johannis de PratelT. 
Robertus de Chetwode feodum unius militis. 

De aliis escaetis. 
Milo de Bello Campo. Ricardus Spigurneir. Agnes Wak\ 

NOMINA TENENCIUM IN CAPITE DE DOMINO REGE IN BARON I A 

IN CO MIT AT U BEDEFORD\ 

Milo 7 de Bello Campo debet lij. milites. 
Johannes de Hill 8 debet xxx. milites. 
Robertus de Aubynny debet xxv. milites. 
Hugo de Bello Campo debet ij. milites. 
Walterus de 9 tenet j. militem de rege in capite. 

Comes Albe Mar' tenet * * de dono Regis Ricardi. 



1 Other versions of this name are Urveius (Pipe Roll, 3 John), Yrvoi 
(Red Book, p. 599), Hirvohi (page 119 below), Hyrveui (Rotuli 
Hundredorum, vol. i. p. 246), Irevoy (Rotulus de Pre&titis, p. 192). 

2 This note is marked as applying only to the first eleven names in the list. 

3 The Red Book, p. 536, reads Henrieus Hose. 

4 Read Similly. 5 Read Gyrund. 

6 Read de Feugeriis. The lands of William de Fougeres were in the 
king's hands in 1207 (Rotuli Litterarum Patentium, p. 70). Those in 
Buckinghamshire consisted of Twyford. 7 Read Willelmus. 

8 Read Wahull. 

9 Probably Walterus de Traili. But the lacunae show that the text is 
irrevocably corrupt. 



22 A.D. 1208-1209. 



II. 219- Comes de Ferrariis tenet de feodo de Othun. 
223 com. \yin e i mus d e Bocland' tenet Weston' ; nescitur servicium. 
Hugo de Gurnaco tenet Hocton de dono Regis Ricardi. 
Willelmus de Cantilupo tenet Eiton' ; nescitur servicium. 
Abbas de Wautham ; nescitur servicium. 

Reginaldus de Cornhull' habet terrain comitis de Ginnes in 
custodia. 

Fulco de Kantilupo tenet terrain comitisse de Pertico in custodia. 

DE SERIANTIIS. 

Gilbertus de Meperteshal' tenet Meperteshal'. 

I ST I TENENT DE ESCAETIS IN EODEM CO M IT AT U. 

De honore Peverelli de Dovoria. 
Petrus de Maulay feodum dimidii militis. 
Willelmus de Sancto Remigio feodum dimidii militis. 
Robertus filius Rogeri de Pixill' v tam partem j. militis. 
Johannes de Papeham 1 viij vam partem unius militis. 
Elias Luvell' feodum dimidii militis. 
Mabilla 2 de Gimiges ij. partes feodi militis. 

De honore de Walengf. 
Turstanus Basset. Ricardus filius Hugonis. Custos honoris 
respondet. 

De feodis Lincolniensis episcopatus. 
Heres Johannis de Carun. Willelmus Lodoringus. Johannes de 
Cheneto. Custos episcopatus respondet. 

De feodo quod fuit Willelmi Humet, escaeta regis. 
Prater Galfridus de Costenton' feodum ; nescitur servicium. 

De abbacia de Rames'. 
Robertus de Hole well'. Rogerus de Argenteim. Gocelinus de 
Stiuecle. Radulfus de TurvilF. Custos abbacie respondet. 



1 Read Pabeham. Cf. Red Book, p. 538. 

2 Read Sibilla. Cf. Red Book, p. 538. 



( 23 ) 



A.D. 1208-1210. 

Four original returns concerning the temporalities of the see of Durham, 
in the counties of Durham, Northumberland and York, clearly belong to the 
period when it was void by the death of Bishop Philip of Poitiers. The 
administration was in the first instance committed to Robert de Vipont, in 
April 1208. 1 He is mentioned in the return for Sadberg (p. 25) as the 
guardian of the heir of William fitz Randolf, having obtained that office in 
the financial year ending at Michaelmas 1209. 2 A closer indication of their 
date is given by the statement (p. 26) that "Robert of Burgate has the ward- 
ship of the heir of Walter Caru." There is a definite record of the grant to 
him of the wardship of the land and the heir of Walter of Carrow, with his 
marriage, in May 1208. 3 He did not, however, hold it long, for in the accounts 
of the royal Exchequer for the financial year ending at Michaelmas 1210 there 
is an entry : — " Simon filius Walteri reddit compotum de ccc. m. et j. palefrido 
pro habenda custodia terre et heredum Walteri de Carro, cum maritagio 
ipsorum heredum, quam custodiam Robertus de Burgate habuit." 4 

The object of these returns is somewhat obscure, and they differ in form. 
The sections, however, in two of them concerning lands of the Normans may 
have some connexion with similar sections in the fists for the counties of 
Northampton, Buckingham and Bedford assigned to the year 1208 or 1209. 
Various additions to the documents, such as " Veniat et fiat miles," or " Se 
altero," and notes of heavy pecuniary fines suggest that they were used in 
connexion with preparations for John's expedition towards Scotland in 1209 
or his expedition into Ireland in the following year. 

The return for Haliwerfolk was overlooked by the transcribers of the Book 
of Fees, and they also omitted most of the additions to the other three, 
although their notes " in libro " show that they used these originals. The 
return for Haliwerfolk has slits at the bottom to receive the tags of the seals 
of the four jurors. 

1 Rotuli Litterarum Patentium, vol. i. p. 81. 

2 Pipe Roll, 11 John, Cumberland. 

3 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 114. 

4 Pipe Roll, 12 John, York ; Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 15. 



BISHOPRIC OF DURHAM. 

S. ij. 2. SCRIPT. ALVERTONESCHERIE. 

783.' De Rogerus de Coingners tenet ereditarie de baronia Alvertoncherie 
Testa de in Hot', in Nort', in Houm, in Hougrave, feodum j us militis. 
Nevill'. Veniat. 

De 1 Coingners tenet de eadem baronia ereditarie in Griseb', in 
Ditneshal, in Rungheton, feodum j us militis excepta j. carucata 

1 Before De, original has Galfridus cancelled. 



24 A.D. 1208-1210. 



s - ij- 2 - terre et dimidia, quas Rogerus de Coingners tenet de eadem baronia, 
783. 7 De ( l ue P er ficiunt feodum. 

Testa de Eustacius de Vesci tenet de eadem baronia ereditarie in Werkesale 
Nevill'— e t in Landemot feodum dimidii 1 militis. 

Robertus de Bonavill' tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Hot' 
et in Herleseya feodum j U9 militis. 

Robertus de Lunda tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Tornt' 
super vivarium j. carucatam terre pro xij. parte j us militis unde 
xij. carucate terre faciunt feodum unius militis. v.m. 2 

Ricardus de Percy tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Het' et 
in Cessai feodum j us militis. 

Thomas films Hugonis tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in 
Otrington' j. carucatam terre et ij. bovatas unde xij. carucate terre 
faciunt feodum j* 3 militis. vj.m. 

Johannes de Romundeb' tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in 
Romundeb' et in Otrington' quartam partem feodi j us militis. vij.m. 
et dim. 

Radulfus Faderleg' tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in 
Leisinggheb' ij. carucatas terre pro quinta parte feodi j ua militis 
unde x. carucate terre faciunt feodum j. militis. iij.m. 

Jurdanus Hair' tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Timleb' 
feodum dimidii militis et in Kepuuic j. carucatam terre unde xij. 
carucate terre faciunt feodum ] m militis. 

Guido de Hellebec tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Otrington' 
vij. bovatas terre unde xij. carucate terre faciunt feodum j 1 * 3 militis. 
iiij.m. 

Gilbertus Hansard tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Yrebi et 
in Hornebi viij. carucatas terre unde ix. carucate terre faciunt feodum 
] m militis. 

Henricus de Putiaco tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Dicton' 
et in Osmunderleia feodum j. militis. Veniat 3 se altero. 

Philippus de ColevilT tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Foxton' 
iij. carucatas terre pro feodo dimidii militis. Veniat. 

Michael Alius Michaelis tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia quartam 
partem j 118 militis in Siggeston. xl.s. A 

Willelmus de Herleseia tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in 
Herleseia feodum dimidii militis. Veniat. 6 

Henricus de Ferlington tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in 
Bretteb' feodum j us militis. Fin'. 6 

Henricus Walensis tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Siggheston 
quartam partem feodi j us militis, que fuit escaeta Hugonis 
Dunelmensis episcopi, quam idem episcopus dedit Waltero de 
Ferlington et Philippus episcopus Dunelmensis dedit eandem terram 
Henrico Walensi cum filia predicti Walteri, que fuit heres eiusdem 
Walteri. iij.m.' 7 



1 Written over an erasure. II. 782 reads unius. 

2 v.m. interlined above tenet. 

3 Veniat se altero interlined above de eadem. 

4 xl.s. interlined above ereditarie. ^ 

6 Veniat interlined above tenet. 6 Fin' interlined above Henricus. 

7 iij.m. interlined above tenet. 



BISHOPRIC OF DURHAM. 25 



S. ij. 2. V. canicate terre sunt in Tornton in Via, que fuerunt escaeta 
783 78 De H u g° n i s episcopi Dunelmensis et idem episcopus dedit ereditarie 
Testa de Richero de Wausesat' et heredibus suis eandem terrain pro xx.m. 
NeviU' — argenti annuatim quam terrain Ada de Wausat tenet de eadem 
cont. baronia ereditarie, qui est heres predicti Richeri pro xx.m. argenti 
per annum, v.m. 1 

Willelmus de Houed' tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Kirkeb' 
j. carucatam terre que fuit escaeta Hugonis episcopi Dunelmensis 
quam idem episcopus dedit ereditarie Willelmo de Houed', patri 
predicti Willelmi, et heredibus suis pro iij. m. argenti reddendis 
annuatim. iij.m. 2 

Ospitale Alverton' tenet in elemosina in Romundeb' dimidiam 
carucatam terre que fuit escaeta Philippi Dunelmensis episcopi, et 
ipse episcopus dedit eandem terram ospitali in elemosinam. 

Thomas de Colevill' tenet ereditarie de eadem baronia in Brumpton 
unam carucatam terre per servicium militis unde xij. carucate faciunt 
feodum j U3 militis que fuit de dominie o predicte baronie, pro qua 
Philippus episcopus Dunelmensis cepit escambium in parco de 
Creit 3 , et illud escambium est in dominico baronie Alverton', et eadem 
carucata terre nunc est in custodia domini regis. 

De escaetis Normannorum nihil scimus. 

Jukellus de Smitheton' iij. m. 

[Endorsed ; — ] In libro. 

S. ij. 2. NOMINA JURATORUM IN WAPENTAC DE SADBERGE AD 

11. 783- 1NQUISICIONEM FACIENDAM TENEMENTORUM MILITUM 
784. De ET LIBERE TENENCIUM. 

Testa de 

Neviir. Rogerus fllius Hugonis, Johannes de Midelton', Hugo Trahine, 
Radulfus Baard, Rogerus filius Gerardi, Robertus de Midelton', 
Ivo Talleboys, Michael de Bermeton, Petrus de Hert, Willelmus 
de Burdun', Rogerus filius Raven, et Robertus de MaroilP. 

DE BARONIIS ET FEODIS MILITUM. 

Hugo de Ball' tenet in capite de domino rege in wapentac de 
Sadberge feoda v. militum et j. quarterii in hereditate. 

Petrus de Brus tenet in capite in eodem wapentac feoda ij. militum 
in hereditate. 

Rogerus filius Hugonis tenet in eodem wapentac feodum j. militis 
in dote per Amabill' uxorem suam de herede Willelmi filii Ranulfl 
qui est in custodia Roberti de Veteri Ponte per dominum regem. 

Johannes de Amundevill' tenet in capite in eodem wapentac 
feodum j. militis in baronia. Veniat.* 

Ricardus super Tayse tenet in capite in eodem wapentac terciam 
partem feodi j. militis in baronia. Veniat. 5 

Radulfus Baard tenet in capite in eodem wapentac vj. partem 
feodi j. militis in baronia. j.m* 

1 v.m. interlined above terre sunt. 2 iij.m. interlined above tenet. 

3 Read Creic. 4 Veniat interlined above Amundevill'. 

5 Veniat interlined above Tayse. 6 j. m. interlined above tenet. 



26 A.D. 1208-1210. 



s. ij. 2. Walterus de Kam tenet in capite xij. partem feodi j. militis in 
784 78 De baronia. 

Testa de Robertus de Midelton tenet in capite xij. partem feodi j. militis in 
Xevill'— baronia. 
conL Robertus de Burgate habet custodiam heredis Walteri Caru et 

cum eo feodum j. militis per dominum regem in eodem wapentac, 

et idem Walterus tenuit in baronia. 

Rogerus Bertram tenet villam de Gretham cum pertinenciis in 

capite que pertinet ad baroniam suam de Norhumbria et debet 

sectam wapentachio. 

Aliz de Tunestel tenet j. carucatam terre et demidiam 1 de heredibus 

Walteri filii Gilberti que pertinet ad baroniam de Norhumbria. 

DE THEYNAGIIS ET SERGANTIIS ET FIRMARIIS. 

Ivo Talleboys tenet ii\ capite de domino rege theynagium quod 
fuit Willelmi filii Willelmi per Elyzabet uxorem suam et reddit per 
annum lx.s. Ricardus de Kartenay, Rogerus de Butemont habent 
duas sorores predicte Elyzabet et faciunt servicium per manum 
predicti Ivonis pro parte sua infra predictos lx.s. j.m. 2 

Rogerus filius Gerardi tenet in capite ix. carucatas terre in thenagio 
per Angnetem uxorem suam et reddit per annum lx.s. v.m. 3 

Ricardus super Tayse tenet in capite iij. carucatas terre in Mortona 
et reddit per annum lx.s. Et tenet predictam terram in hereditate. 

Willelmus Burdun tenet in capite et hereditate iij. carucatas terre 
in Burdun et reddit lx.s. xx.s.* 

Willelmus filius Osberti de Sadberge tenet demidiam 1 carucatam 
terre in Sadberge in hereditate et reddit per annum iiij.s. j.m. 5 

Gilbertus Warin tenet j. carucatam terre in Sadberge in capite 
unde reddit per annum v.s. et iiij.d. Et facit serganciam. xx.s. 6 

Johannes de Neubigin tenuit in capite ij. bovatas terre in Neubigin 
unde reddidit per annum iij.s. vj.d. et eadem terra est in manu hospitalis 
de Alverton per donum predicti Johannis et concessionem Philippi 
episcopi et confirmacionem domini regis. 

Idem hospitale tenet molendinum et furnum de Sadberge per 
donum Philippi episcopi et confirmacionem domini regis in puram 
elemosinam. Et valent per annum xx.s. 

DE EXCHAETIS NORMANNORUM. 

Dominus rex habet in manu sua terram in Helleton que fuit 
Willelmi de Meynillo Durant' de baronia Petri de Brus, et valet per 
annum ix.l. et v.s. et vj.d. et ij. libras pi peris. 

[Endorsed : — ] In libro. 

S. ij. 2. VEREDICTUM HOMINUM DE NORHAMSYR ET ELANDESIR\ 

Rogerus de Audrei tenet medietatem ville de Anecroft et medie- 
tatem de Felkindon' et medietatem de Alvereden et facit inde 
servicium dimidii militis. Se altero. 



1 Read dimidiam. 2 J.m. interlined above tenet. 

3 v.m. interlined above tenet. 4 xx.s. interlined over carucatas. 

5 J.m. interlined above de Sadberge. 6 xx. s. interlined above tenet. 



BISHOPRIC OF DURHAM. 2? 



S. ij. 2. Ingeramus de Hulecot' tenet alteram medietatem de Anecroft 
I _ 1 c ^ 144 et de Felkindon' et de Alveredene et facit inde servicium dimidii 
militis. Veniat solus. 

Domina Matildis de Muscamp' tenet villam de Rosse in dote et 
facit inde servicium dimidii militis. Memorandum. 1 

Willelmus de Etona tenet Hetonam et facit inde servicium dimidii 
militis. Veniat solus. 

Jordanus Ridel tenet Tillemue et facit inde servicium dimidii 
militis. Veniat et fiat miles. 

Willelmus de Cornehale tenet villam de Cornehale libere in escambio 
pro HorneclifT et reddit inde per annum xviij.m. Dab. 2 Fin' x.m. 

Thomas de Tuisele tenet villam de Tuisele et villam de Dudehou 
libere et reddit inde per annum xx.m. xv.m. 

Eustacius de Neubig' tenet villam de Neubiging libere et reddit 
inde per annum xl.s. xl.s. 

Costantinus de Grandon' tenet iij. carucatas terre in villa de 
Grandon' libere et reddit inde per annum iiij.m. iij.m. 

Ada de Thornetona tenet villam de Thornet' in drengagio et 
reddit inde per annum iij.m. et facit operaciones dominicis de 
Nor ham. ij.m. 

Willelmus Masculus tenet villam de Hupsetligton' et villam de 
Tuedemue in socagio et reddit inde per annum c.s. c.s. 

Henricus de Orde tenet villam de Orde in libero servicio et reddit 
per annum xx.m. v.m. 

Johannes de Brafertona tenet terciam partem ville de Scremerstun 
et dimidiam carucatam terre libere et reddit inde per annum xxv.s. 

v.m. 

Willelmus Alius Roberti de Scremerst' tenet terciam partem ville 
de Scremerst' libere et reddit inde per annum xx.s. iij.m. 

Robertus Alius Ade de Scremerst' tenet in villa de Scremerstun 
ij. carucatas terre et dimidiam libere et reddit per annum xvs.. 

iij.m. 

Patricius de Chesewic tenet iij am partem ville de Chesewic libere 
in socagio et reddit per annum xxxiij.s. iiij.d. c.s. 

Johannes de Hagardestun tenuit 3 iij am partem ville de Chesewic 
in socagio et redidit 4 inde per annum xxxiij.s. iiij.d. Johannes 
mortuus est ; terra est in manu domini regis, xv.m. pro . . . dra 
reV. 

Willelmus Alius Ade de Chesewic tenet terciam partem de Chesewic 
libere et reddit per annum xxxiiij.s. vj.d. xx.s. 

Gilebertus de Behil tenet medietatem ville de Behil libere et reddit 
per annum ij.m. ij.m. 

Ada de Behil tenet medietatem de Behil in drengagio et reddit 
per annum xx.s. et facit operaciones in dominicis de Fenwic. 

iij.m. 

Item Ada de Behil tenet terciam partem de Gosewic in drengagio 
et reddit per annum xiiij.s. vj.d. et facit operaciones in dominicis 
de Fenwic. 

1 The notes printed at the end of the lines are on the left hand margin 
in original. 2 So in original, perhaps for Dabit. 

3 Corrected from tenet. 4 Corrected from reddit. 



28 A.D. 1208-1210. 



S. ij. 2. Henricus de Gosewic tenet terciam partem de Gosewic in drengagio 
I _ I c tn~/ 44 e ^ re ddit m( ^ e P er annum xiiij.s. v.d. et facit operaciones apud Fenwic. 

XX. s. 

Patricius de Gosewic tenet terciam partem de Gosewic in drengagio 
et reddit inde per annum xiiij.s. v.d. et facit operaciones apud Fenwic. 

xx.s. 

Johannes de Hagardestun tenuit 1 villain de Hagard' libere et 
redidit 2 inde per annum c.s. Johannes mortuus est et terra est in 
manu domini regis. Nichil. 

Eustacius de Kylei tenet villa m de Kylei et villam de Berigdon' 
et villam de Loulinne in thanagio et reddit inde per annum ix.m. et 
facit operaciones que pertinent ei apud Fenwic. xx.m. 

Ada de Buketun tenet in Buketun j. carucatam terre et dimidiam 
in drengagio et reddit per annum xij.s. et facit operaciones suas 
apud Fenwic. xx.s. 

Eudo de Butemunt tenet molendinum de Tuedemue de dono 
episcopi Philippi et reddit per annum iiij.m. ubi episcopus non 
solebat habere nisi iij.m. v.m. 

{Endorsed : — ] In libro. In comitatu Norhumbr\ 

S. ij.2. HI I SUNT ANTIQUI J V RAT I AD VERITATEM DICENDAM 

DE TENEMENTIS DE HALIWERFOLC, 

Willelmus de Herdewic, Willelmus de Aldakres, Robertus filius Aik, 
et Willelmus persona. 

Jurati dicunt quod omnes quos nominabunt tenent hereditarie 
et tenere debent de deo et Sancto Cuthberto et episcopo Dunelmi. 

Galfridus de Miners tenet Biscopetun' cum pertinenciis pro feodo 
j. militis. Veniat. z 

Henricus Bee tenet Rodmerehil pro duabus partibus feodi j. militis. 
Venial} 

Johannes de Thorp tenet Thorp pro feodo dimidii militis. c.s. 5 

Hugo de Capella tenet Winyard pro feodo dimidii militis. Veniat. 6 

Ilger Burdun tenet dimidiam Witun' pro tercia parte feodi j. 
militis. xl.s. 1 

Rogerus de Tursteintun' tenet Tursteint' et Fulthorp pro sexta 
parte feodi j. militis sed dominus Hugo episcopus dedit ei Fulthorp 
in escambium hereditatis sue de Midelham et de Maineford. Nichil. 8 

Ranulfus de Fisseburne tenet Fisseburne cum pertinenciis pro 
feodo j. militis. Veniat. 9 

Petrus Harpin tenet dimidiam Mordune pro feodo dimidii militis. 
Decern m. 10 

Eustacius de Wesci tenet Elmedene cum pertinenciis pro feodo 
j. militis. 

[Isti] omnes feffati sunt de antiquo tenemento ante tempus Henrici 
Regis, patris domini Johannis Regis, et ante tempus Hugonis Dunel- 
mensis episcopi. 

1 Corrected from tenet. 2 Corrected from reddit. 

3 Veniat interlined over militis. 4 Veniat interlined over feodi j. 

6 c.s. interlined over tenet. 6 Veniat interlined over Winyard pro. 

7 xl.s. interlined over Ilger. 8 Nichil interlined over Rogerus. 
9 Veniat interlined over Ranulfus. 

10 Altered from c.s. dim', and interlined over Petrus Harpin. 



BISHOPRIC OF DURHAM. 29 



S. ij. 2 Hi sunt qui tenent terras suas ad firmam feffati ab 

— conL eodem tempore. 

Willolmus de Herdewic tenet Herdewic pro x.s. annuatim. iij.m. 1 

Willelmus Alius [Orm] tenet j. carucatam terre in Karletun pro 
x.s. annuatim. j.m. 2 

Willelmus de Cumba et mater sua tenent in Stoketun' v. bovatas 
terre pro dimidia marca annuatim. c.s. 3 

Ada de Prestun' tenet in Stoketun' ij. bovatas terre et xiij lm 
acras pro j.m. annuatim per confirmacionem Philippi episcopi 
sed hanc terram 

Isti sunt quibus dominus Hugo Dunelmensis episcopus dedit 
terram in tempore Regis Henrici et post. 

Johannes de Herdewic tenet . . . pro iiij ta parte feodi j. militis 
de dono Hugonis episcopi. xx.s.* 

Walterus de Faucunberge tenet ij. carucatas terre et dimidiam 
in Prestun' pro vj a parte feodi . . . de dono Hugonis episcopi et 
de dominio suo. Mittat militem. 5 

Ada de Prestun' tenet j. carucatam terre in Prestun' annuatim 
pro x.s. de empcione Hugonis episcopi . . . alibi. 6 

Willelmus de Cumba tenet j. toftum et vij. acras pro xvj.d. 
annuatim de dono H. episcopi et de dominio suo. Alibi. 1 

Gamel de Stoketun' tenet xxx ta acras pro operacione sua scilicet 
qualibet ebdomada quando operatur xij.d. de dono Hugonis episcopi 
et de dominio suo. B. s 

Robertus le Loot tenet lx ta acras terre in Nortun pro iiij or s. 
annuatim de dono Hugonis episcopi et de wasto suo. v.m. 9 

Willelmus de la rum tenet j. carucatam terre in Nortun quam 
Hugo episcopus dedit ei in escambio de Normantun pro j.m. 
annuatim faciendo opera per cartam suam. B. 10 

Willelmus de Heriz tenet j. carucatam terre et dimidiam in Claxtun 
pro iiij or m. annuatim quas Hugo episcopus dedit ei in escambio 
pro drengagio de Karletun. Capiatur 11 terra R. 

Willelmus de Aldakres tenet j. carucatam terre in Aldacris pro 
xvj.s. annuatim de dono Hugonis episcopi et de dominio suo. xx.s. 
cum fratre. 12 

Hugo de Buterwic tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in Brithorn 
pro dimidia marca de dono Hugonis episcopi de dominio suo. xx.s. 1 * 

Draugo de Midelham tenet Maineforde pro l.s. annuatim de dono 
Hugonis episcopi et de dominio suo. c.s. 14 

Mikael Scot tenet ij. acras terre in Segesfeld pro v.s. annuatim 
de dono Hugonis episcopi et dominio suo. jR. 15 

1 iij.m. interlined over Herdewic. 2 j.m. interlined over annuatim. 

3 c.s interlined over Willelmus. 4 xx.s interlined over feodi. 

5 mittat militem interlined over Faucunberge. 

fi alibi interlined over Ada. 7 alibi interlined over Willelmus. 

8 R. interlined over Gamel. 9 v.m. interlined over Loot. 

10 R. interlined over Willelmus. 

11 capiatur terra R. interlined over Heriz. 

12 xx.s. cum fratre interlined over Willelmus. 

13 xx.s. interlined over Hugo. 14 c.s. interlined over Draugo. 
15 R. interlined over Mikael. 



30 A.D. 1208-1210. 



s. ij. 2 Willelmus de Iarum tenet v. acras in Segesfeld' de elemosina 
—com. jj u g 0n j s episcopi de dominio suo. Monachus. 1 

Thomas de Corneford tenet iij. bovatas terre in Corneford pro 
vij.s. de dono Hugonis episcopi de dominio suo. Dimidia ra. 2 

Quidam alius Thomas tenet j. aliam bovatam in eadem villa pro 
ij.s. de dono Hugonis episcopi et dominio suo. R. z 

Hospitale de Sireburne tenet in Wit tune de exscaetis Hugonis 
episcopi. 

Ada 4 de Lumesdene tenet j. carucatam terre in Grendune de here- 
ditate uxoris sue pro de dono Hugonis episcopi. j.m. 5 

Eva tenet vj. acras terre in Herteburn de dono Hugonis episcopi 
de dominio suo sine servicio. R. 6 

Isti sunt quibus dominus Philippus Dunelmensis episcopus 

dedit terram. 

Rogerus de Ba tenet iiij 11 7 acras in Nortun' pro iiij or s. annuatim 
de dono Philippi episcopi de wasto suo. c.s. 8 

Johannes Alius Walteri tenet iij. bovatas terre in Nortun' pro 
xj.s. de dono Philippi episcopi de dominio suo. Dimidia m. 9 

Gilbertus de Butevile tenet ij. bovatas terre in Nortun' pro dimidia 
marca de dono PhiHppi episcopi de dominio suo. R. 10 

Robertus fihus Aic tenet ij. bovatas terre et ix. acras in Nortun' pro 
xviij.s. et vj.d. de dono Philippi episcopi et dominio suo. Dimidia m. n 

Willelmus de Colevill' tenet dimidiam acram terre in Segesfel' 
pro j.m. annuatim de dono PhiHppi episcopi et dominio suo. i?. 12 

Hugo prepositus tenet ij. bovatas terre in Segesfeld' pro dimidia 
marca de dono Philippi episcopi. Dimidia ra. 13 

Walterus de Maineford tenet j. t of turn in Segesfeld' pro ij.s. de dono 
PhiHppi episcopi et dominio suo. R. 1 * 

Willelmus persona de Midelham tenet dimidiam acram terre in 
Mid . . . pro xiiij.s. et viij.d. annuatim de dono PhiHppi episcopi 
et dominio suo. R. 15 

Uxor Henrici de Heriz est in donacione regis et tenet terciam 
partem de Claxtun'. Finivit. 1 * 

Mater Hugonis de Capella habet dotem in Winyerd, sciHcet 
dimidiam Winyerd et est in donacione regis. Finivit. 11 

.... Johannis de Herdewic est in donacione regis et habet terciam 
partem de Herdewic. 

Uxor Willelmi filii Orm est in donacione regis et habet terciam 
partem carucate terre in Karletun'. Condonatur. 18 

1 monachus interlined over Willelmus. 

2 Dimidia m. interlined over bovatas. 3 R. interlined over alius. 

4 This entry is in part illegible. There is an illegible interlineation 
beginning over uxoris. 5 j.m. interlined over Ada. 

6 R. interlined over Eva. 

7 The number of acres has been erased and iij . is written over tenet, pos- 
sibly as a correction. 8 c.s. interlined over Rogerus. 

9 dimidia m. interlined over Walteri. 10 R. interlined over Butevile. 

11 Dimidia m. interlined over tenet. 12 R. interlined over Colevill. 

13 Dimidia m. interlined over tenet. 14 R. interlined over Walterus. 

15 R. interlined over Willelmus. l6 Finivit interlined over uxor. 

17 Finivit interlined over Hugonis. l8 Condonatur interlined over uxor. 



BISHOPRIC OF DURHAM. 31 



S. ij- 2 Mater Willelmi de Cumba est in donacione regis et habet v. bovatas 
—cont. terre in Stoketun'. Superius fit. 1 

Mater Ade de Prestun' est in donacione regis et tenet terciam 
partem j. carucate terre in Stoketun'. Finivit. 

A . . . de Prestun' tenet j. carucatam terre in Prestun* in drangagio 
de antiquo tenemento. 

2 Willelmus filius Orm tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in drangagio 
de. 2 

Willelmus de Buterwic tenet Buterwic hereditarie in drangagio 
de antiquo tenemento. iij.m. 

1 Superius fit interlined over Willelmi. 2 This entry is cancelled. 



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A.D. 1208-1213. 

The following list of tenants of the Honour of Tickhill by military service 
or by serjeanty may be referred to the period between 1208 and 1213. The 
last entry in it shows Brian de Lisle in possession of Laughton and Wheatley, 
which seem to have been committed to him, in February 1208, as part of 
the forfeited estate of Ralph Taisson. 1 Wheatley was transferred to Peter 
and Nicholas de Lettres in 1217, and Wheatley and Laughton were alike 
surrendered to the Countess of Eu in 1228. 2 The list, however, describes 
all the tenants as holding of the king, and such a description would have 
been incorrect after May 1214, when he restored the Honour of Tickhill to 
Ralph, Count of Eu. 3 John de Bulli, who is mentioned as one of the tenants, 
was dead in June 1213, when he was succeeded by his son-in-law Robert de 
Vipont, here entered as the tenant of a separate fee. 4 

Another version of the list, containing some additional names and par- 
ticulars, is transcribed in the Red Book of the Exchequer. 5 

1 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 104. 

2 Ibid, p. 319 ; Close Rolls, 1227-1231, p. 66. 

3 Rotuli Litterarum Patentium, vol. i. p. 116. 

4 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 136. 5 Pp. 592-594. 



HONOUR OF TICKHILL. 

S. ij. 12. NOMINA ILLORUM QUI TENENT DE DOMINO REQE IN 

II. 673- HON ORE DE TYKEHILU ET SERVICIUM ILLORUM. 

Constabularius Cestrie tenet feuda viij. militum. 

Johannes de Bulli tenet feuda vj. militum. 

Gerardus Furnival feudo v. militum et quartam partem militis. 

Nigellus de Luvetot feuda v. militum. 

Adam de Novo Foro feuda iiij. militum. 

Hugo de Steintun feudum j. militis. 

Rogerus de Monte Begonis et Alexander de No villa, Adam Brito 
j. feudum. 

Adam de Wulvessic j. feudum. 

Eustacius de Vesci septem partes j. militis. 

Robertus de Sandeby j. feudum et octavam partem militis. 

Radulfus Selvein j. feudum. 

Ranulfus de Novo Foro et Robertus de Sancto Quintino, Ricardus 
de Furnaus j. feudum. 

Willelmus de Cressi iiij. feuda. 

Willelmus filius Waukelini iiij. feuda. 

Thomas de Wulvringtun' ij. feuda. 

Hugo dc Hedun' ij. feuda. 

Maleveisinus ij. feuda. 






HONOUR OF TICK HILL 33 



s - u- 12. Rogerus Monachus j. feudum. 
675— cant Pappus de Hullecote j. feudum. 

Robertus de Veupun j. feudum. 

Willelmus Pincerna j. feudum. 

Robertus de Chevrecurt ij. feuda. 

Johannes de Heincurt et Radulfus de Willebi j. feudum. 

Robertus Alius Willelmi ij. feuda. 

Robertus de Chauurces j. feudum. 

Ricardus de Scelton' dimidium feudum. 

Robertus Mauluvel j. feodum. 

Willelmus de Marcham unum feodum. 

Philippus de Hullecote et Johannes de Ne villa debent j. sumarium 
quando dominus rex ibit in Wallia. 

Adam de Hetun', Willelmus filius Huberti, j. sumarium. 

Domina de Buketun' j. sumarium. 

Willelmus filius Willelmi debet j. ancipitrem sorum vel xx.s. 
castello. 

Rogerus de Monte Begonis et Alexander de Ne villa debent j. 
ancipitrem sorum vel xx.s. 

Nicholaus de Limessi tenet terram que fuit Willelmi de Lund* cum 
herede Willelmi per ostriceriam. 

Hugo de Letlewelle tenet viij. bovatas terre per custodiam cuiusdam 
brachetti per sex septimanas. 

Brianus de Insula tenet Lactonam cum soka et Wetelle terram 
Normannorum per dominum regem. 

[Endorsed : — ] In libro. 



Wt. 3705, u 3 



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A.D. 1208-1213. 

In the spring of 1208, King John confiscated the revenues of bishops and 
other ecclesiastics who had procured or obeyed the papal interdict on his 
realm. Some of them were not restored until the reconciliation effected by 
the Legate Pandulph, in 1213. 

During these five years it was obviously necessary that the king's agents 
in the different counties and the officers of the Exchequer should have lists 
of the persons who held land under the dispossessed clergy, not only in 
connexion with the scuta ges of the period, but also for the purpose of 
obtaining any revenue arising from reliefs, wardships, and marriages. 

The Red Book of the Exchequer contains valuable lists of the persons who 
at this period held by military service under the Archbishops of Canterbury 
and York, the Bishops of Rochester, Norwich, Hereford, Lincoln, Ely, London 
and Exeter, and the Abbots of Holme, St. Albans, Chertsey, Malmes- 
bury, and Peterborough. Some of them are there stated to have been made 
"by inquisition." 1 The lists in the Book of Fees are less numerous. 

Bishopric of Worcester. William de Beauchamp, who is mentioned 
several times in the list, may be identified with Wilikin de Beauchamp, the 
heir of the William de Beauchamp who died in 1197. 2 This Wilikin died 
under age in the summer of 1209, when his lands passed to another minor, 
Walter, or Watekin, de Beauchamp, who survived until 1236. 3 The list may 
therefore be referred to the period between the seizure of episcopal lands in 
1208 and the death of the younger William de Beauchamp in 1209. 

It is worthy of remark that although the account of the collectors of the 
Aid of 1346 in Worcestershire purports to be based upon the account of 
the collectors of the aid of 1302, the names of the former tenants of lands in the 
hundred of Oswaldslow as given by them are clearly taken from this list of 
the reign of John. 4 

Bishopric of Lincoln. The list in the Book of Fees relates only to 
Oxfordshire. William of Boveney who is mentioned in it twice as holding 
lands belonging to the heir of Adam de Cardevill obtained the wardship and 
marriage of this heir in the financial year beginning at Michaelmas 1209. 5 

1 Pp. 469, 473, 476, 491, 495, 508, 514, 524, 541, 551, 556. 

2 Annates Monastici, vol. i. p. 55 ; vol. ii. p. 65 ; vol. iv. p. 389 ; Pipe Roll, 
10 Ric. I. Oxford. 

3 Pipe Rolls, 11 John, Worcester, Rutland ; 12 John, m. 9d ; 13 John, Worcester, 
residuum de Rutland and m. lid ; Annates Monastici, vol. iv. p. 400 ; Rotulus de 
Prestitis, p. 209 ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 168-170 ; Bracton's Note 
Book, vol. ii. pp. 203-205. 

4 Feudat Aids, vol. v. pp. 302, 306-310. ' 

"Willelmus de Boveneie debet xx.m. et ii]. palefridos pro habenda custodia 
terra et heredis Ade de Cardevill." Pipe RolL 12 John, Oxford. 



INTRODUCTION. 35 



On the other hand, Richard de Hovill who figures in the list was dead at 
Easter 1212. 1 The total number of the Bishop's fees amounts to a fraction 
more than the twenty-seven with which he was credited in the sheriff's return 
of June 1212. 

A fuller and different list in the Red Book of the Exchequer, dealing with 
the episcopal fees in several counties, may perhaps have been compiled a little 
earlier, the temporalities of the see having fallen into the king's hand as far 
back as 1206, on the death of William de Blois. 2 Neither of these lists is 
based upon a list of the year 1201, with which, however, they may be com- 
pared. 3 

Bishopric of Exeter. The Red Book of the Exchequer contains a list 
of persons who held of the Bishop of Exeter by military service in Devon 
and Cornwall in the reign of John. 4 The following list gives the names and 
services of other free tenants of the see in Cornwall only. Richard fitz Richard, 
who is mentioned in it as the guardian of the heir of William of Roche, obtained 
the wardship in the financial year ending at Michaelmas 1208. 5 As he was 
dead at Michaelmas 1212, the list could on internal evidence be referred to the 
period between October 1207 and September 1212. 6 

Hyde Abbey. A list of the free tenants and the military tenants of 
this ancient house may be a relic of a general survey of ecclesiastical 
property in England made soon after the issue of the Interdict. Adam de 
Port, who is entered in it as holding six fees, was dead in July 1213. 7 The 
note at the top of the roll to the effect that Hyde Abbey was not in the king's 
hand is confirmed by an order of April 1208 for the restitution of its property 
seized by the officers of the Crown. 8 

1 Pipe Roll, 14 John. Compotus Episcopatus Lincoll'. 2 Pipe Roll, 9 John. 

3 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, pp. 153-156 ; Rotulus Cancellarii, p. 278. 

4 Pp. 556, 557. 

5 " Ricardus films Ricardi reddit compotum de cc.m. pro habenda custodia terre 
et heredis Willelmi de Rupe, cum custodia Eve uxoris eiusdem Willelmi, filie predicti 
Ricardi." Pipe Roll, 10 John, Cornwall. 

6 " [Wi]ll' filius Ricardi filii Ricardi . . . pro habenda terra sua et pro relevio 
et ut se maritet cui voluerit." Pipe Roll, 14 John, Cornwall. 

7 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 477. 

8 Rotuli Litter arum Clausarum, vol i. p. 111. 



BISHOPRIC OF WORCESTER. 



S.ij.3. SERVICIUM DEBIT UM DOMINO REQI DE EPISCOPATU 

1.186-191. WIGORNIENSI. 

Episcopus Wigorniensis debet domino regi xlix. milites et dimidium 
in omnibus, scilicet in comitatibus Wigornie, Gloucestrie et Warwici. 
De quibus dominus rex tenet iij. 1 milites scilicet in Burleg', in Bisseleg' 
et QueinhulT, et in Broc. 

Willelmus de Bello Campo acquietat eum de xv. militibus quorum 
nomina et servicia subscripta sunt : — 

Ricardus de Waleg' j. militem in Dorna in comitatu Wigornie. 



I. 186 reads xij. S.ij. 3 has a badly written iij. Cf. Red Book, p. 300. 



36 A.D. 1208-1209. 



s, ij. 3. Willelmus filius Warini in Pidele et Mora i. militem in eodem 

L 180 - 191 comitatu. 



— cont. 



Rogerus de Lench' in Lench' j. militem et ij. hidas in eodem 

comitatu. 
Robertus de Penedok in Westmanecota iiij. hidas in eodem. 
Idem in Penedok ij. hidas et dimidiam in eodem comitatu. 
Galfridus de Abbetot in Rudmereleg' vij. hidas in eodem 

comitatu. 
Robertus de Bracy in Holefest j. hidam in eodem comitatu. 1 
Hillarius 2 de Wolfrintona in Wolfrint' ij. hidas et dimidiam in 

eodem comitatu. 
Robertus de Bracy in Estona dimidiam hidam in eodem 

comitatu. 1 
Idem in Warmed ona ij. hidas in eodem comitatu. 
Stephanus de Bello Campo j. hidam in Pirian 3 in eodem comitatu. 
Radulfus Haket in Alvithechirch' j. hidam in eodem comitatu. 1 
Willelmus de Bissopesdona in Wareslega dimidium militem in 

eodem comitatu. 
Stephanus de Waresleg' in Waresleg' j. militem in eodem 

comitatu. 1 
Johannes de Abbetot in Hindelep j. militem in eodem comitatu. 
Idem in Lawerna dimidium militem in eodem comitatu. 1 
Johannes de Cudeleg' in Cudeleg' j. hidam in eodem comitatu. 
Walterus de Kekingwika in Kekingwik' ij. hidas et dimidiam 

in eodem comitatu. 
Ricardus de Grimhuh" in Grimhuh" j. hidam in eodem comitatu. 1 
Osbertus de Abbetot in Crumba et Inteberga j. militem in 

eodem comitatu. 
Radulfus Haket in Costona j. hidam in eodem comitatu. 1 
Galfridus de Abbetot in Penedok dimidium militem in eodem 

comitatu. 1 
Willelmus de Bello Campo in Holt v. hidas in dominico in eodem 

comitatu. 
Idem in dominico in Stoltona et Mukenhuh" vij. hidas et 

dimidiam in eodem comitatu. 
Idem in Elmeleg' in dominico iiij. hidas in eodem comitatu. 1 

Episcopus tenet manerium Northwik' in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 

In quo tenet Johannes Puher' de episcopo in CherchhulP, 

Bradicota, Witintona et Spechleg' j. militem. 
Ricardus Tirel in Crouleia j. militem. 
Radulfus de Wilint' in Estona et Bevreburna j. hidam per 

servicium v. partis j us militis. 
Ricardus Bruille in Estona j. hidam per servicium v. partis 
j us militis. 



1 The words in eodem comitatu in these entries are not written in S. ij. 3, 
but indicated by lines drawn from the end of the lines to the place where these 
words last appear. 

2 S. ij. 3 has Hill' written after a letter struck out. I. 186 reads Will'. 

3 The reading is doubtful. I. 186 has Pirton, which is probably wrong. 
Cf. V.C.H. Worcestershire, vol. iii. p. 512n. 



BISHOPRIC OF WORCESTER. 37 



S. ij. 3. Walterus de Bureford' in Estona dimidiam hidam per servicium 



I. 186-19 
— cont 



x me partis j us militis. 

Wikam in comitatu Wigornie episcopus tenet in dominico. 

In quo tenet Ada filius Nigelli in Coderugge j. hidam per 

servicium v. partis. 
Galfridus de Abbetot j. hidam per servicium v. partis et 

dimidiam in Wika per servicium x. partis. 
Willelmus de Sancto Johanne in Rugge j. virgatam terre per 

servicium xx. partis. 
Ricardus Puherius de Wicheneford in Wicheneford', Nortona 

et Hulla iiij. hidas. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Fladebir' in dominico in comitatu 
Wigornie. 

Robertus Pipard' tenet de eodem manerio in Bihamtona j. 

mi litem. 
Willelmus de Furch' in Bihamt' j. militem. 
Episcopus Herefordensis in Inteberg' j. militem. 
Willelmus Marescallus in Thorndona dimidium militem. 
Domina Avicia de Cherletona in Cherletona dimidium mili- 
tem. 
Willelmus de Bradeleg' in Bradeleg' j. hidam. 
Willelmus de Bissopesdona in Hulla ij. hidas. 
Henricus filius Johannis in Trokemertona j. virgatam terre. 
Ada filius Robert! in Trokemertona j. virgatam. 
Willelmus filius Gocelini in Trokemertona j. virgatam. 
Osmundus filius Gervasii in Trokemertona j. virgatam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Rippell' in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 

Ada de Crumba tenet de eodem manerio in Crumba, Tidel- 

mintona et Edmundescota j. militem. 
Robertus de Bello Campo in Upt' dimidium militem. 
Ivo de Bello Campo in Boctona iij. hidas. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Bred on' in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 

Johannes de Bonevill' tenet de eodem manerio in Kelmesham 

j. hidam. 
Robertus de la Folie in Muttona j. hidam. 
Prior Wigornie in Codeston' ij. hidas. 
Robertus de Mortona in Mortona ij. hidas. 
David' filius Roberti in Nortona dimidiam hidam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Kemeseia in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 

Willelmus de Kerswell' et Tailefer tenent de eodem manerio 

in Kereswell' j. hidam et dimidiam. 
Beatrix de Peritona in Nortona j. hidam. 
Josep de Marisco in Nortona dimidiam hidam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Blockeleia in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 



38 AD. 1208-1209. 



S. ij. 3. Johannes Puher' tenet de eodem manerio in Evinlade j. militem. 

T 1 R(\ 1 Ql 

" ,, Johannes de Estona in Estona dimidium militem. 



— cont. 



Galfridus de Dichford' in Dichford' iiij. hidas. 
Robertus fihus Willelmi in Paxford' dimidiam hidam. 
Robertus de Northwika in Northwika j. hidam. 
Avicia de Kyngesford' in Northwika j. hidam. 
Henricus fihus Henrici in Uptona j. virgatam. 
Tedelinus in Draicota dimidiam hidam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Tredintona in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 

Willelmus Travers tenet de eodem manerio in Langedona iiij. 

hidas. 
Willelmus fihus Augerii in Tatlint', Neubold et Edmundescota 
et Hopwod' dimidium militem. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Tredint' 1 in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 

Galfridus de Hambir' tenet in eodem manerio j. hidam et 

dimidiam. 
Phillippus fihus Rogeri in Hambir' j. hidam et dimidiam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Hertlebir' in comitatu Wigornie in 
dominico. 

Stephanus de Waresleg' tenet in eodem manerio j. virgatam 
terre. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Alvichech' in comitatu Wigornie 
in dominico. 

Radulfus Haket tenet de eodem manerio in Costona j. hidam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Hambir' in Salso Marisco in comitatu 
Gloucestrie in dominico. 

Elias Gyffard tenet de eodem manerio in Stok' j. militem. 
Radulfus de Wilintona in Yeta ij. hidas. 
Rogerus Corbet in Ichelintona dimidium militem. 
Jacobus de Novo Mercato in Auste dimidium militem. 
Ricardus Flandrensis in Cumptona dimidium militem de Galfrido 

de Abbetot', et Galfridus de Willelmo de Bello Campo et 

Willelmus de episcopo. 
Simon de Salso Marisco in Weston' dimidium inilitem. 
Robertus de Vaim, Petrus de Haia et Willelmus de Westbir' 

in Hambir' j. militem. 
Gilbertus de Wika et Willelmus MancelP in Thriddeland' et 

Wika dimidium militem. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de W T ithind' in comitatu Gloucestrie in 
dominico. 

Galfridus de Longo Campo tenet de eodem manerio in Estona 

j. militem de Waltero de Clifford', et Walterus de episcopo. 
Hugo de Barevill' in Nategrava j. militem. 

1 So in S. ij. 3 ; perhaps an error for Hambir'. 



BISHOPRIC OP WORCESTER. 39 



s - ij- 3 - Ada Crocun in Foxcota iij. hidas de Henrico de Mineriis, et 

L _^~* 91 Henricus de episcopo. 

Josep de Marisco in Colesburna j. hidam. 
Willelmus de Marisco in Huldicota j. hidam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Beibir' in comitatu Gloucestrie in 
dominico. 

Radulfus de Wilint' tenet de eodem manerio in Ablintona 

ij. hidas. 
Henricus de Boun, comes Herefordie, in Bardesleg' j. militem. 
Willelmus Russel in Aicota j. hidam. 
Johannes de Beibir' in Beibir' dimidiam hidam. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Cliva in comitatu Glouc' in dominico. 
Henricus de Boun, comes Herefordie, et domina Lucia que fuit 

uxor Herberti filii Herberti tenent de eodem manerio in 

Suham et Brokhamt' ij. milites. 
Johannes Archerius tenet v. hidas in Stok' per serianciam arcus 

de domino rege et rex de episcopo. 
Jacobus de Novo Mercato in Gutherintona dimidium militem. 
Robertus Gallicus in Stok' quartam partem unius militis. 
Johannes Juvenis et Radulfus Carettarius in Gutherint' quartam 

partem unius militis. 

Episcopus tenet manerium de Hamt' in comitatu Warwic' in 
dominico. 

Ada de Crumba tenet de eodem manerio in Inge j. militem. 
Nicholaus de Verdun' in Fekho dimidium militem de Eytropo 

Hasteing', et Eytropus de episcopo. 
Willelmus de Bissopesdona in Bissopesdona iij. hidas. 
Stephanus Puher' in Clifford' j. hidam et dimidiam. 
Johannes de Clifford' in Cliff' ij. virgatas terre et dimidiam. 
Hugo de Clifford' in Cliff' virgatam terre et dimidiam. 



BISHOPRIC OF LINCOLN. 



I. 528-529. ISTI SUNT MILITES TENENTES DE EPISCOPATU 

LINCOLNIENSI QUI EST IN MANU DOMINI REGIS. 

Robertus de Chaucumbe iij. partes j. militis in Burton'. 

Idem viij am partem j. militis in Wardinton'. 

Radulfus filius Roberti j. militem in Claendon' et Wardinton'. 

Robertus de Stokes iij. milites in Wykam et in Sualeclive et in 
Fauflur et in Eppewelle. 

Matillis de Kusseie 1 j. militem et dimidium in Setteford' et in 
Burton'. 

Johannes de Builli j. militem et dimidium in Prestecote. 

Willelmus de Duston' j. militem in Walmescote de warda. 

Simon de Cropperi dimidium militem in Cropperi. 

Petrus Talemasche j. militem et dimidium in Fauflur et in Swale- 
clive. 

Villa ta de Banneberi est in manu domini regis. 

1 Read Busseie. Cf. Pipe Roll, 13 John, Buckingham and Bedford ; 
Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. pp. 18, 21. 



40 A.D. 1209-1212. 



I. 528- Feoda ij. militum in Erdinton' sunt in manu domini regis, et 
o cont. R a( j u lf us Hareng' ha bet illam custodiam per regem. 

IS TI SUNT MILITES DE HUN D REDO DE BROCKETON 1 ET DE 
TAME DE EPISCOPATU LINCOLNIENSI. 

Robertus de Wykam dimidium militem in Eppewelle. 

Ricardus de Clifton ij. milites in Cliftun' et in Baldendun'. 

Nicholaus de Bridicote j. militem. 

Willelmus Monachus j. militem in Cliftun'. 

Ricardus de Hoiville j. militem in Bensenton'. 

Willelmus de Buveneye dimidium militem per heredem Ade de 
Cardunvill'. 

Alexander de Bridicote x am partem j. militis in Bridicote. 

Comes Saresberie j. militem in Chiselhampton' per heredem Radulfi 
de Sumery. 

Villa de Borket' 1 est in manu domini regis. 

Herebertus Quatremars 2 j. militem in Westun' et Estcote. 

Henricus Doilli j. militem in Estcote. 

Henricus de ColevnT j. mihtem in Ettendun'. 

In Wat erst okes dimidium mihtem. 

Mabilia vidua quintam partem j. militis in Tame. 

Walterus de Clifford' ij. milites in Middelton'. 

Villata de Tame est in 3 manu domini regis. 

Petrus Talemasche iij. partes j. militis in Tetteswrth'. 

Galfridus Dauvers iij. partes j. militis in Tetteswrth'. 

Willelmus de Boveneye iiij tam partem j. militis in Middelton 
cum herede Ade de Cardunvill'. 



BISHOPRIC OF EXETER. 



S.ij.3. LI BE RE TENENTES DE EPISCOPATU EXONIENSI IN CORNUBIA. 

T ftfiR— 

877. De Willelmus de Treglothenou tenet sex acras et dimidiam quamlibet 
Testa de pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura j. acre anglice et unam 4 dietam j. hominis 
Nevill'. a( j m essuram et auxilium assuetum sicut voluerit offerre. 

Radulfus de Pennal ij. acras et dimidiam pro v.s. et ij. ovibus 
et dimidiam debet arura m de dimidia acra et dimidie acre anglice 
araturam et seuram j. hominis per diem et auxilium assuetum. 

WiJlelmus Geudrelay j. acram et j. ferlingum pro ij.s. vj.d. et 
j. ove et quarta parte j. ovis et arura quarte partis acre angkce et 
seura j. hominis per diem et auxilium ut Radulfus. 

Idem Willelmus tenet ij. partes j. acre pro xiij.d. ob. pro omni 
servicio. 

Jocelinus de Tremur dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia ove 
et arura x. partis acre anglice et seura et auxilium ut alii. 



1 Head Dorchester or sonic form of that name. 

2 Read Quatremains. 3 In repeated by error. 

4 So in 8. ij. 3. Bead una dieta . . . et auxilio assueto. Perhaps debet 
has been omitted before unam. 



BISHOPRIC OF EXETER. 41 



S. ij. 3. Jocelinus de Penles j. acram et iij. ferlingos pro xxj.d. et j. ove 
877 86 De e *' tercia ps-rte ovis et arura tercie partis acre anglice et seura et 
Testa de auxilio ut alii. 

Neviir Simon de Danesel vj. a eras et dimidiam pro xiij.s. et vj. ovibus 
—cont. e £ (jij^dia et arura j. acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Idem Simon tenet dimidiam acram pro xij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Ricardus de Polmorna tenet j. acram et j. molendinum pro v.s. 
pro omni servicio. 

Eadwardus de Trewardres dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia 
ove et arura x. partis acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Reginaldus de Treruvin iij. ferlingos pro xviij.d. et per tres partes 
j. ovis et araturam quarte partis j. acre et seuram et auxilium ut 
alii. 

Ricardus Taillef j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura quarte partis 
j. acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Henricus de Sancto Georgio j. acram et dimidiam pro xij.d. pro 
omni servicio. 

Idem tenet ij. acras pro iiij.s. et auxilio consueto ut alii. 

Henricus Alius Willelmi vij. acras pro vij.s. vj.d. et ij. ovibus 
pro omni servicio. 

Ranulfus de Trenewyth iiij. acras pro viij.s. et iiij. ovibus et auxilio 
assueto. 

Stephanus de Trevemeder iij. acras et dimidiam pro vij.s. et iij. 
ovibus et dimidia et arura dimidie acre et seura et auxilio ut alii 
supra. 

Thomas de Rosidenoch' j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura vj. 
partis j. acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Ricardus filius Ricardi tenet in warda cum herede Willelmi de 
Rupe iij. acras et j. molendinum pro xj.s. pro omni servicio. 

Michael de Tredus j. acram et dimidiam pro ij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Petrus de Trehenben iij. acras pro vj.s. et iij. ovibus et arura ij. 
parcium j. acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Petrus de Tremur j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et dimidia 
et arura quarte partis j. acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Augerus de Trearvan j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura vj. partis 
j. acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Cosin tenet unam acram per idem servicium. 

Martinus tenet duas acras pro iiij.s. et ij. ovibus et arura tercie 
partis j. acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Filius Willelmi de Trearvan j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et 
j. ove et dimidia et arura quarte partis j. acre et seura et auxilio 
ut alii. 

Rogerus de Arlin iij. ferlingos pro xviij.d. et iij. partibus j. ovis 
et arura x. partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Odo de Kaerdin dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia ove et arura 
xij. partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Hermodus de Trehamd' tenet dimidiam acram pd' eundem 1 
servicium. 

Filius Roberta de Crugevorech ij. acras pro iiij.s. et ij. ovibus et 
arura iij. partis j. acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 



1 S. ij. 3 reads pd' eundem ; this I. 870 corrects to per idem. 



— cont. 



42 A.D. 1208-1212. 



s - ij- 3. Martinus de Trevorgad j. acram et iij. ferlingos pro xxj.d. et iij. 
8 r_ 868 £) e partibus j. ovis et arura viij. partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 
Testa de Andreas de Tredewi iij. acras pro vj.s. et iij. ovibus et arura dimidie 
NeviU' acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Benedictus Clericus iij. acras per idem servicium. 

Remfrei de Pentir iij. acras per idem servicium. 

Moises ij. acras pro iiij.s. et ij. ovibus et arura quarte partis j. acre 
anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Nicholaus de Treniwid' j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove 
et dimidia et arura quarte partis acre anglice et seura et auxilio 
ut alii. 

Thomas de Treveben iij. acras pro vj.s. pro omni servicio. 

Nicholaus Francigena dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia ove 
et arura vj. partis j. acre anglice et seura et auxin o ut alii. 

Gillo de Tregengi dimidiam acram per idem servicium. 

Willelmus films Nicholai iiij. acras et j. ferlingum pro viij.s. vj.d. 
et iiij. ovibus et quarta parte j. ovis et arura dimidie acre et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Idem Willelmus tenet j. acram pro ij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Robertus Venator j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et dimidia 
et arura dimidie acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Alvredus de Arlin tenet ij. acras pro iiij.s. et ij. ovibus et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Idem tenet j. acram pro dimidia libra cere pro omni servicio. 

Item idem tenet j. ferlingum pro xij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Gervasius Blohiho v. acras pro x.s. et v. ovibus et arura et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes de Porthmehin 1 iiij. acras et dimidiam pro ix.s. et iiij. 
ovibus et dimidia et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Jocelinus Capellanus j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et 
dimidia et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Haveloc iiij. acras et j. ferlingum pro viij.s. vj.d. et iiij. ovibus et 
quarta parte j. ovis et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Robertus de Trewlgud' v. acras pro x.s. et v. ovibus et arura et 
seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Petrus de Tregentros ij. acras pro iiij.s. et ij. ovibus et arura tercie 
partis acre anglice et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Dominus de Treworrech ij. acras et dimidiam pro iiij.s. et ij. ovibus 
et dimidia et arura x. partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Petrus de Tredinohc j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura quarte 
partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Wlvricus j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et dimidia et 
arura tercie partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Radulfus ibidem j. acram et dimidiam per idem servicium. 

Ricardus de Pennal j. acram et dimidiam per idem servicium. 

Nicholaus de Pennal j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura v. partis 
acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Engebaldus j. acram per idem servicium. 

Robertus filius Hamonis dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia 
ove et arura x. partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 



The reading of S. ij. 3 is uncertain. I. 871 reads Porchinchin. 



BISHOPRIC OF EXETER. 43 



S. ij. 3. Sanson de Pencun j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura vj. partis 

877 86 De acre e ^ seura e ^ auxilio ut alii. 
Testa de Paganus de Pencun j. acram per idem servicium. 
Neviir Ricardus de Sancto Hermete dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia 
—com. Qve e ^. arura x partis acre et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes de Brun in Croen iij. acras pro v.s. et seura et auxilio 
ut alii. 

Matheus de Eglosheil dimidiam acram pro xiij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Willelmus de Lammael 1 vij. acras pro xix.s. j.d. et auxilio ut 
alii. 

Hervicus de Eglosheil iij. acras pro vj.s. iij.d. et arura et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Petrus de Eglosheil j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. iij. ob. et arura 
et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Willelmus de Trenant tenet j. acram pro vj.d. pro omni servicio. 

Item Gervasius Blohiho tenet viij. acras pro xvj.s. et iij. ovibus 
et iij. agnis et iij. ob. et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Rogerus de Dunan tenet iij. acras pro vj.s. et j. ove et dimidia 
et j. agno et dimidio et iij. quadrantibus et arura et seura et auxilio 
ut alii. 

Johannes films Ranulfi tenet iij. acras per eundem 2 servicium. 

Willelmus de Treglothenou tenet v. acras pro x.s. et ij. ovibus 
et ij. agnis et j.d. et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Rogerus films Roberti tenet iij. acras pro vj.s. pro omni servicio. 

Heres Pharamus 3 de Walesbreu iij. acras pro v.s. pro omni servicio 
et j. acram pro iij.s. et auxilio assueto ut alii. 

Olivarus de Halape tenet vj. acras pro xij.s. et auxilio ut alii. 

Alanus de Rosmerin ij. acras pro ij.s. vj.d. et auxilio ut alii. 

Radulfus de Bray tenet cum herede Johannis filii Ricardi v. acras 
et dimidiam pro xj.s. et ij. ovibus et j. hoggastro et arura et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Ricardus de Sancto Huthok iij. acras pro vj.s. et iij. ovibus et 
arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Philippus de Penant iij. acras et j. ferlingum pro vj.s. vj.d. et 
ij. ovibus et j. hoggastro et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Radulfus Medicus j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et auxilio ut alii. 

Galfridus de Spergor ij. acras pro iiij.s. et auxilio ut alii. 

Rogerus de Tremoh j. acram pro ij.s. et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes de Tremoh dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et auxilio ut 
alii. 

Henricus de Roscro ij. acras et dimidiam pro v.s. et auxilio ut 
alii. 

Philippus de Cardino ij. acras et dimidiam pro v.s. et j. hoggastro 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes films Ailtrap 4 j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et auxilio ut 
alii. 

Robertus Pucin ij. acras pro iiij.s. et auxilio ut alii. 

Willelmus de Tregeu j. acram pro ij.s. et auxilio ut alii. 

1 The reading of S. ij. 3 is uncertain. I. 872 reads Lamnuel. 

2 So in S. ij. 3. I. 872 corrects to idem. 3 I. 873 reads Pharaonis. 
4 S. ij. 3 is almost illegible. I. 873 reads Ailtrap. 



— cont. 



44 A.D. 1208-1212. 



s. ij. 3. Willelmus de Prisslou j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et 
877 De 3- hoggastro et amra et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Testa de Johannes Alius Ricardi j. acram pro vij.d. ob. et aliam acram pro 
Xeviir jj s# p ro omni servicio. 

Osbertus Sor cum herede Reimbaldi j. acram pro vij.d. ob. pro 
omni servicio. 

Augerus de Tregun j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et auxilio ut alii 
supra. 

Ricardus filius Ricardi j. acram pro ij.s. et auxilio ut alii. 

Drogus de Maisoch v. acras pro x.s. pro omni servicio. 

Thomas Tirannus ij. acras et sequitur comitatum et hundredum 
pro omni servicio. 

Willelmus Serviens j. acram pro iij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Johannes de Lammorech' iij. acras pro xv.d. et auxilio ut alii 
supra . 

Alexander de Wolgrun dimidiam acram pro xvj.d. pro omni 
servicio. 

Simon de Penkevel iij. acras pro vj.s. et auxilio ut alii. 

Radulfus de Ros vij. acras et dimidiam pro xvj.s. et vij. ovibus 
et dimidia et arura et seura et auxilio ut a hi. 

Thomas filius Ian 1 vj. acras pro xij.s. et vj. ovibus et auxilio ut alii. 

Rogerus de Rosfrein j. acram et iij. partes acre pro iij.s. vj.d. et 
j. ove et iij. partibus unius ovis et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Philippus Clericus j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura et seura et 
auxilio ut alii. 

Girardus j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et dimidia et 
arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Gervasius de Ros iij. acras pro vj.s. et iij. ovibus et arura et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes de Bugales j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et 
dimidia et arura et seura et auxilio ut a hi. 

Radulfus Kail ij. acras et dimidiam pro v.s. vj.d. et j. ove et j. 
agno et dimidio hogastro et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes Sor j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et dimidio 
hogastro et auxilio ut alii. 

Willelmus de Kenagi j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et 
dimidia et auxilio ut a hi. 

Jordanus fllius Thome j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura et 
seura et auxiho ut a hi. 

Ricardus Longus j. acram per idem servicium. 

Robertus Ruffus iij. acras pro vj.s. et iij. ovibus et arura et seura 
et auxilio. 

Benedictus de Trewardr' vj. acras pro ij.s. vj.d. pro omni servicio. 

Radulfus de Hanton' vj. acras pro ij.s. vj.d. pro omni servicio. 

Radulfus de Trekarl j. acram pro ij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Radulfus de Penible j. acram pro ij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Robertus Fetchin 2 ij. acras pro iiij.s. et ij. ovibus et arura et seura 
et auxilio ut alii supra. 

Ricardus de Kylgat' viij. acras pro xvj.s. et viij. ovibus et arura 
et seura et auxiho ut alii. ^ 



1 I. 874 reads Jau. 2 I. 875 reads Seithin. 



BISHOPRIC OF EXETER. 45 



S. ij. 3. Eadmarus Crune j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura et seura et 
877 °r)e au xilio ut alii. 

Testa de Prior Sancti Germani ij. acras pro xx.d. pro omni servicio. 
Neviir Lagat ij. acras pro iiii.s. et ij. ovibus et arura et seura et auxilio 
ut a In. 

Ricardus de Trekarl pro ij.s. et j. ove et auxilio ut alii. 

Reginaldus Meschin j. acram pro eodem servicio. 

Johannes Clericus tenet in custodia iiij. acras pro viij.s. et iiij. 
ovibus et auxilio ut alii. 

Hamelinus de Clinnoc j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et 
dimidia et auxilio ut alii. 

Willelmus de Buthadan 1 j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et auxilio ut alii. 

Coleville j. acram per idem servicium. 

Rogerus de Trenant j. acram et dimidiam pro iij.s. et j. ove et 
dimidia et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Henricus de Trevospor j. acram pro ij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Henricus de Hull dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia ove et 
arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Rogerus Clericus dimidiam acram et dimidium ferlingum pro 
xv. d. et dimidia ove et viij. parte j. ovis et auxilio ut alii. 

Henricus Foliot j. acram et dimidium ferlingum pro ij.s. iij.d. et 
j. ove et viij. parte j. ovis et auxilio ut alii. 

Willelmus Travail j. acram et j. ferlingum pro ij.s. vj.d. et j. ove et 
quarta parte j. ovis et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes de Tragelst j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et auxilio ut alii. 

Hamelinus de Huniton' iij. ferlingos pro xviij.d. et iij. partibus 
j. ovis et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Augerus Loggere iij. acras pro vj.s. et iij. ovibus et arura et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Lauren cius de Trevothed' iij. acras et dimidiam pro vij.s. et iij. 
ovibus et dimidia et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Thebaldus de Lancant dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia ove 
et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Leggarda dimidiam acram per idem servicium. 

Eustachius dimidiam acram per idem servicium. 

Stephanus de Trebuthoc j. ferlingum pro vj.d. et quarta parte 
j. ovis et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Johannes de Ruter j. acram pro ij.s. et j. ove et arura et seura 
et auxilio ut alii. 

Walterus de Landu iiij. acras pro viij.s. et iiij. ovibus et arura et 
seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Flora ij. acras et dimidiam pro v.s. et ij. ovibus et dimidia et 
auxilio ut alii. 

Margareta de Deancumba dimidiam acram pro xij.d. et dimidia 
ove et arura et seura et auxilio ut alii. 

Serlo de Penpol iij. acras pro ij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Johannes de Trevoso iij. acras pro vj.s. et iij. ovibus et arura et 
seura et auxilio ut alii. 

[Endorsed : — ] Cor nubia. In libro. 

1 I. 875 reads Rothadan. 



46 A.D. 1208-1213. 

HYDE ABBEY. 

s :^- 3 - Abbacia de la Hid' non est in manu domini regis. 

I ST I TENENT DE EADEM ABBACIA PER LI BE RUM SERVICIUM. 

Andreas filius Ade Blanchard' tenet de eodem abbate in Westrat- 
ton' v. virgatas terre pro xxv.s. pro omni servicio. 

Petrus Ingeniator tenet in eadem villa de eodem dimidiam hidam 
terre pro xv.s. pro omni servicio. 

Agnes de Poppham tenet in eadem villa de eodem iij. virgatas 
terre pro xv.s. pro omni servicio. 

David de Fercles tenet de eodem abbate in Serviton vj. hydas 
terre pro xl.s. pro omni servicio. 

Radulfus filius Ricardi tenet de eodem abbate in Norhampton' 
iiij. virgatas terre et dimidiam pro xxij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Herbertus Pincerna tenet de eodem abbate in Norhampton' iij. 
hidas terre pro xij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Idem Herbertus tenet de eodem abbate in Weston' j. virgatam 
terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Willelmus filius Gaufridi tenet de eodem abbate in Stratton' iij. 
virgatas terre pro xv.s. pro omni servicio. 

Ricardus de Cufaud' tenet de eodem abbate in Strattone dimidiam 
virgatam terre pro iij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Adam filius Willelmi tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. 
virgatam et dimidiam terre pro x.s. pro omni servicio. 

Osbertus de Cruc' tenet de eodem abbate in Mucheldevr' dimidiam 
hidam terre pro x.s. iij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Galfridus Nig' tenet de eodem abbate in Mucheldevr' dimidiam 
hidam terre pro x.s. et v.d. pro omni servicio. 

Walterus Claviger tenet de eodem abbate in Mucheldevr' j. virgatam 
terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Audoenus tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. virgatam et 
dimidiam terre pro xiij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Walterus Corveisir tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. virgatam 
terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Mauricius de Turevill' tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. 
virgatam terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Willelmus filius Gaufridi tenet de eodem abbate in Mucheldevr* 
iij. virgatas et xv. acras pro xvij.s. ij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Ricardus de Cufaud' tenet de eodem abbate in Mucheldevr' iij. 
acras terre pro xij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Robertus de Dunton' tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa xij. 
acras terre pro xij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Ricardus Grimbaud tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa iij. 
virgatas terre pro xv.s. pro omni servicio. 

Ricardus de Husselie tenet de eodem abbate in Mucheldevr' 
dimidiam virgatam terre pro ij.s. vj.d. pro omni servicio. 

Ricardus filius Audoeni tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa 
v. virgatas terre pro xxv.s. pro omni servicio. 

Johannes de Husselie tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa 
dimidiam hidam terre pro x.s. pro omni servicio.^ 

Radulfus filius Alani tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. 
hidam terre pro xx.s. pro omni servicio. 



HYDE ABBEY. 47 



S. ij. 3. Ricardus Marescallus tenet de eodem abbate in Mucheldevr* v. 
. 136-ir" 

— cont. 



39 partes j. hide terre pro xvj.s. viij.d. pro omni servicio. 1 



Ricardus Pistor tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. virgatam 
terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Osbertus Duket tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. virgatam 
terre et j. croftam pro v.s. et ij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Emma de Cheldewell, tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. 
virgatam terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Hugo Lageman tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. virgatam 
terre pro v. solidis pro omni servicio. 

Nicholaus Cocus tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa dimidiam 
hidam terre pro x.s. viij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Hugo Bere tenet de eodem abbate in Weston' j. virgatam terre et 
dimidiam pro vij.s. viij.d. pro omni servicio. 

Henricus Achard tenet de eodem abbate in Worting' j. hidam 
terre pro x.s. pro omni servicio. 

Gilebertus de eadem tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. vir- 
gatam terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Petronilla de Laverkestok' tenet de eodem abbate in Laverkestok' 
dimidiam hidam pro x.s. pro omni servicio. 

Godardus de la Pola tenet in eadem villa de eodem abbate j. vir- 
gatam terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Gaufridus Niger tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. virgatam 
terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Johannes de Clive tenet de eodem abbate in eadem villa j. virgatam 
terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Matillis de la Clive tenet de eodem abbate in Clive j. virgatam 
terre pro v.s. pro omni servicio. 

Herbertus Pincerna tenet de eodem abbate in Candevr' j. hidam 
terre pro j.m. pro omni servicio. 

Agnes de Popham. 2 

Rogerus de Molendino tenet in Stanham de eodem abbate j. hidam 
terre pro j. libra cimini pro omni servicio. 

Galfridus de Ford tenet de eadem abbacia in Anna dimidiam hidam 
terre et j. molendinum pro xx.s. pro omni servicio. 

Robertus de Kemesham tenet j. virgatam terre de eadem abbacia 
pro ij.s. 

MILITES ABB AT IS DE HI DA IN CO MIT AT U SUDHANT'. 

Petrus filins Herberti debet predicto abbati ij. milites. 

Adam de Port' debet eidem abbati vj. milites. 

Elyas Crok debet eidem iij. milites. 

Henricus le Frye debet eidem v. partem j. militis et vicesimam 
partem j. militis. 

Rogerus de Fraxino debet eidem v. partem j. militis. 

Hugo de Wingeham debet eidem v. partem j. militis. 

Agnes de Popham debet eidem iiij. partes j. militis. 

Philippus de Toteford debet eidem de ij. hidis unde v. hide faciunt 
militem. 

1 The word servicio cannot now be read in S. ij. 3. 

2 The entry is not finished, probably because the holding was already 
entered. 



48 A.D. 1208-1213. 



s. ij. 3. Herbertus Pincerna debet eidem de iij. hidis unde v. hide faciunt 
"•^^militem. 

Willelmus de Druiton debet eidem de ij. hidis unde v. hide faciunt 
militem. 

Dominus de Beneham apud Tria Vada debet eidem de ij. hidis 
unde v. hide faciunt militem. 

Idem abbas debet domino regi de camera sua iiij. milites et 
dimidium. 



[Endorsed : — ] Suht. In libro. 



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A.D. 1211-1213. 

The Book of Fees contains a list of tenants in chivalry or in alms, tenants 
of lands of Normans, and tenants by monetary rent and by serjeanty in 
Gloucestershire, in the reign of John. The original has disappeared. There 
is, however, a copy, somewhat earlier than the copy in the Book of Fees, 
in a roll (formerly preserved at the Chapter House of Westminster) 
which contains transcripts of several returns to the writ of 1 June 1212, 
The writer of the roll presumably believed the list to belong to that year. 
There are obvious errors of transcription in both versions. The text here 
printed is that of the earlier copy, with annotations from the version in the 
Book of Fees where the readings of this latter seem preferable. 

The list cannot in its present form be earlier than Easter 1211, when 
Theobald Blund obtained from the king land at Cheltenham exactly cor- 
responding in value with that mentioned in the text. l On the other hand, 
it cannot be later than September 1213, when William de Munchensi was 
dead. 2 Roger de Mortimer and James de Neufmarche were dead in 1215. 3 
The section concerning lands of Normans seems to connect it with an en- 
quiry on this specific subject held in other counties, some results of which 
have been printed in the preceding pages. 

1 " Cunseilard Balistario c.s. in Chiltham de dimidio anno, et Theobaldo Blundo 
c.s. ibidem de dimidio anno per breve regis et annum totum." Pipe Roll, 13 John, 
Gloucester. 

2 Rotuli Litter arum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 149, 151; Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, 
p. 514. 

3 Dugdale's Monasticon, vol. vi. p. 350 ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 
237. 



GLOUCESTER. 

S. ij. 4. ISTI TENENT DE DOMINO REGE PER SERVICIUM MI LIT ARE 1 
I. 356- IN COM IT AT U GLOUCESTRIE. 

Testa de Comes Cestrie tenet Campeden' in dominico et debet domino regi 
Neviir. de Bisel' cum pertinenciis vj. milites. 

Ernaldus de Bosco tenet feoda x. militum in Ebrichton' et 
Pebbewrth cum pertinenciis. 

Comes W. Marescallus tenet in Begewrth' et Stanhus cum 
pertinenciis feoda trium militum. 

Comes Warewiki tenet in Liden' et Cheddewrth cum pertinenciis 
feoda iij. militum et dimidii. 

Comes Saresberie tenet in Heythrop cum pertinenciis feoda ij. 
militum et quartam partem j. feodi. 

Comes Herefordie tenet in Hersefeld' cum pertinenciis xiiij. milites 
et dimidium. 

1 For per servicium militare I. 356 reads in capite. 
Wt. 3705. . b 4 



50 A.D. 1211-1213. 



t' ?*ifu Feoda Roberti de Berkel' in honore de Berkel' v. milites. 
359. De Feoda Reginaldi 1 de Berkel' in honore de Dursel' vj. milites et 
Testa de dimidium. 

Neviir Feoda Walteri de Cormailles in Wunnestan et Elkestr 2 et Sid' 
cum pertinenciis v. milites. 

Feoda Radulfi Musard' in Musarder' cum pertinenciis ij. milites. 

Feoda Radulfi de Sutlegh' in Sutleg' cum pertinenciis iij. milites. 

Jame de Novo Mercato tenet in Dorham cum pertinenciis ij. 
milites et dimidium. 

Johannes de Hailing 3 debet de Tormerton' et Suthrop et de toto 
feodo de Eton' v. milites. 

Johannes de Monem' tenet Tiberton', Hopp' et Hunter in baronia 
sua. 

Robertus de Chandos tenet in Brockwrth' et Baginden'. Sipton' 
iij. milites. 

Henricus de Scrupes tenet Wythinton' in dominico et debet domino 
regi de tenementis suis in Berk' et Oxon' iij. milites. 

Alardus Flandr' debet de Saperton' Risenden' et Frompton' j. 
militem. 

Comes de Insula in Sandhurst' cum pertinenciis j. militem. 

Feodum Willelmi filii Alani in Acton' j. militem. 

Feoda Henrici de Ver in Tormerton' ij. milites. 

Feoda Willelmi de Kaynes ij. milites. 

Rogerus de Mortuo Mari tenet Lechelad et Langeleg' 4 de hereditate 
uxoris sue. 

Willelmus de Mondchanesi tenet Wicham pro servicio j. hide. 

Elyas GifTard debet pro Brumesfeld et Rochamt' et omnibus aliis 
tenementis suis ix. milites. 

Honor Gloucestrie debet domino regi in Gloucestresir' xxvij. 
milites et dimidium et quart am partem j. militis. 

Feoda Walteri de Lacy in Gloucestresir' xiij. milites et xij am 
partem j. militis. 

Honor Walingefford' in Gloucestresir' ij. milites et dimidium. 

Fulco Alius Warini in Alwestan' j. militem. 

Ricardus Walensis de dono Henrici Regis in Wynterburn' j. 
militem. 

Robertus de Amenevill' de dono Regis Henrici in Button' j. 
militem. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis debet domino regi in Gloucestresir' 
iij. milites. 

Episcopus Wigorniensis debet domino regi in Gloucestresir' xiij. 
milites et dimidium et xx am partem. 

Episcopus Bathoniensis debet de feodo Glaston' ij. milites. 

Abbas Evesham' debet unum militem et dimidium et viij am 
partem. 

Abbas Westmonasterii debet iij. milites et dimidium et v ara 
partem militis. 

Abbas Winch' debet de omnibus terris suis in Gloucestresir' et 
Oxon' ij. milites. 

1 Read Rogeri, as in I. 356. 2 Read Elkestan. I. 356 reads Elkesl'. 
3 Read Hasting, as in I. 357. 4 Read Langeberg', as in I. 357. 



-cont. 



GLOUCESTER. 51 



S. ij. 4. Abbas Gloucestrie tenet omnes terras suas in libera elemosina. 
359 De Prior Lanthonie tenet Harsepoll' de dono Regis Henrici. 
Testa de Prior Derhustr' tenet 1. hidas de dono Regis Edwardi. 
Ne ^!!l Petrus filius Herbert! tenet Tottebir' 1 que fuit W. de Brause de 
dono regis. 

Ilbertus de Herefford' tenet in Hamtonett' vj. libra tas terre que 
fuit eius W. 

Walterus de Esseleg' tenet xiiij. libratas terre de manerio domini 
regis de Chilt' de dono Comitis Milonis. 

Willelmus de Gamages tenet in Dimmok' et Mune xv. libratas 
terre de dono regis. 

Theobaldus Blund tenet x. libratas terre in Chilt' de dono regis. 
Wales de Cotes et Ever' de la Rever' 2 tenent xxx. libratas terre 
in Sloctres et in WesthalP de dono regis. 

Monachi de Flexleg' tenent vj. libratas terre in Dimmoc in libera 
elemosyna de dono Regis Henrici. 

TERRE NORMANNORUM. 

Galfridus de Lucy tenet Heyles que fuit Camerarii de Tankervill' 
per regem. 

Gadefridus de Craucumbe tenet Pinnocsir que fuit Radulfide Ruper* 
eodem modo. 

Warinus filius Geroldi tenet Dumamenel 3 que fuit Radulfi Tesun 
per regem. 

Comes Sarisberie tenet Amenell' que fuit Johannis le Brek 4 per regem. 

Prior Bekeford' tenet xxx. libratas terre de dono Regis Henrici 
senioris. 

Abbas Cirencestrie tenet Cirencestriam et Minty ad firmam pro xxx.l. 

Walterus de Aur' senior tenet Aur' ad firmam pro xxx.l. 

Burgenses Gloucestrie tenent Gloucestriam ad firmam pro lxv.l. 

Walterus Blund de Aur' tenet xx. solidatas terre per serianciam 
in Rucillaria 5 regis. 

Petrus de Kingesham tenet j. carucatam terre et dimidiam per 
serianciam custodiendi hostium expense domini regis. 

Idem tenet in Lechamton j. carucatam terre per servicium in 
coquina domini regis. 

Osebertus de Grava tenet j. carucatam terre in Vycon 6 per 
archeriam. 

Heres Isaac de Stradewy tenet j. virgatam terre pro c. sagittis. 

Johannes Lungesp' tenet xx.s. terre in Trussebur' de dono regis. 

Willelmus de Parco tenet j. virgatam terre in Bruewer' de 
dono regis. 

Radulfus de Vernay tenet lxiij. solidatas terre in Pichenecumbe 
de dono regis. 

Radulfus de Sudleg tenet Sudleg cum pertinenciis feodum iij. 
militum. 7 

1 I. 358 reads Tettebir'. 2 Read Beverer. I. 358 reads Beuer'er'. 

3 Read Dunamenel as in I. 359. 4 I. 359 reads Bret. 

5 This is the reading of both MSS. The natural correction butillaria seems 
doubtful. See Bristol and Gloucester Arch. Transactions, vol. xii. p. 287. 

6 Read Upton as in I. 359. 7 This entry has already occurred above. 
Its repetition is probably a mere blunder. 



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A.D. 1212. 

The chronicler of Waverley Abbey, in his account of the events of the year 
1212, says that King John then issued certain writs : — 

" Idem scripsit vicecomitibus ut per singulos hundredos facerent homines 
jurare quae terrse essent de dominico praedecessorum suorum regum antiqui- 
tus, et qualiter a manibus regum exierint, et qui eas modo tenent, et pro 
qui bus servitiis." 1 

The original writ which was sent to the Sheriff of Nottingham and Derby 
has been preserved, and a copy of the writ to the Sheriff of Stafford is pre- 
fixed to the return from that county. The former runs as follows : — 

" Johannes Dei gracia Rex Anglie, Dominus Hybernie, Dux Normannie, 
Aquitanie et Comes Andegavie, vicecomiti Notinghamie et Derebie, 
salutem. Precipimus tibi quod sine dilacione in fide qua nobis teneris 
diligenter inquiri facias sicut melius inquiri poterit de omnibus feodis 
militum et omnimodis tenementis infra burgum sive extra que de nobis 
tenentur in capite in baillia tua per militare servicium vel per serianteriam 
qualemcunque, et qui ea teneant, et per quod servicium, et similiter 
de tenementis omnibus que antiquitus de nobis aut de progenitoribus 
nostris, regibus Anglie, teneri solent que sunt data vel alienata per 
maritagium, vel per servicium, vel per elemosinam, vel alio modo quo 
minus de nobis tenentur in capite ; et omnia ilia tenementa qualiacunque 
ilia fuerint inbreviari facias ; et nomina illorum qui ea teneant, et per 
quod servicium, et de quibus, et per quos data vel alienata fuerint et 
quibus occasionibus a capitali servicio nostro quod nobis vel antecessoribus 
nostris inde fieri solet ; et quod inde inquisitum fuerit nobis et baronibus 
scaccarii nostri scire facias per inquisicionem discrete factam in crastino 
Sancti Johannis Baptiste sub sigillo tuo ; et habeas tunc ibi hoc breve. 
Teste W. Briwere, apud Westmonasterium, j. die Junii." 2 

From this it appears that the monastic chronicler's description of the scope 
of the enquiry is not strictly accurate. The sheriffs were not directed to 
enquire concerning alienations from the royal demesne, although, as will be 
seen below, several of them did so. 

The terms of the writ itself are somewhat ambiguous, and it is not surprising 
to find that different sheriffs took divergent views as to the exact nature 
of the information to be supplied by them. Unless read with care, it might 
have seemed to require returns of all subinfeudations by tenants in chief since 
the introduction of the feudal system. In point of fact the enquiry does 
not appear to have been intended to extend to under-tenants. The Govern- 
ment wanted : — 

Returns of all tenures in chief, by military service or by serjeanty. 
Returns of such alienations by tenants in chief as might impair their 
capacity to render the service due to the Crown. Grants in frank 
marriage or in frank almoin fell into this category, as also grants 
conditioned by services other than military. 

1 Annates Monastici, vol. ii. p. 267. 2 Exchequer, K.R. S. ij. 6. 



INTRODUCTION. 53 



Concurrent with the enquiry of June 1212 as to tenures in chief and 
alienations there was an enquiry as to rents and benefices given to clerks by 
English prelates who were living abroad in consequence of the Interdict. 
The chronicler of Waverley states that writs were sent to the different 
sheriffs in the following words : — 

" Praecipimus vobis quod capiatis in manum nostram omnes ecclesias et 
redditus quos archiepiscopus et episcopi Angliae, vel prior Cantuariensis, 
qui ultra mare sunt dederunt in bailiva vestra in absentia sua, et praecipi- 
atis omnibus illis qui ea de dono illorum receperunt quod sine dilatione 
exeant de terra nostra ; et scire faciatis distincte, in crastino Sancti Johannis 
Baptistae anno regni nostri xiv, baronibus de Scaccario ubi fuerint redditus 
illi, et quantum valeant, et qui illi sunt qui eos receperunt. Datum vii. id. 
Junii." 1 

Although royal writs were not wont to be dated according to the old 
Roman calendar, there is no reason for doubting the general correctness 
of the quotation. It is material to observe that the sheriffs' returns were 
to be at the Exchequer on the morrow of Midsummer, the very day on 
which their returns as to tenures in chief and alienations were to be de- 
livered there. No separate lists have been preserved of the grants and colla- 
tions made by the absent prelates, but several of the sheriffs included such 
grants in their returns to the writ of 1 June. Thus the Sheriff of Surrey states 
that the parsons of Wimbledon and Newington had been appointed by Stephen, 
Archbishop of Canterbury. John of Colchester had been nominated Arch- 
deacon of Bath after the issue of the papal interdict, and the church of South 
Brent in Somerset had been taken into the king's hand because of its 
having been given to the Archdeacon of Wells. The Sheriffs of Notting- 
ham and Lincoln made similar reports. The return from Worcestershire 
has a separate section headed: — " Inquisicio ecclesiarum," and a corres- 
ponding endorsement. In Surrey the churches were valued by juries of six 
parishioners. 

It must be observed that the time allowed to the sheriffs in which to collect 
the information required and to forward it to London was extraordinarily 
short. Only one of them indeed is known to have delivered his return on 
the appointed day, and, curiously enough, this was the Sheriff of Cumber- 
land, one of the most distant counties. It may be suggested that he only 
held one inquisition for the whole of his bailiwick, and that he based his 
return upon a somewhat earlier list of which a version is preserved in the 
Red Book of the Exchequer. 2 Returns from other counties followed at 
intervals of days or weeks. 

This is perhaps the most convenient place at which to discuss very briefly cer- 
tain lists of fees and serjeanties which occupy a considerable section of the Red 
Book of the Exchequer, and their relation to the returns of June and July 1212 
transcribed in the Book of Fees and printed below. According to the heading, 
the former represent " Inquisitions made in the reign of King John throughout 
England that is to say in the 12th and 13th year (anno) of his reign, in every 
county, concerning the services of knights and others who hold of him in 
chief, according to the rolls delivered to the Treasurer by the hands of the 
sheriffs of England in the aforesaid time." They are followed by lists of the 
services due from the tenants of certain Honours, stated to be founded on 
inquisitions made in the 13th year of King John, that is to say between the 

1 Annates Monastici, vol. ii. p. 267. 2 P. 493 



54 A.D. 1212. 



12th of May 1211 and the 2nd of May 1212. In the printed version of the 
Red Book, the first series is dated in the margin " 1210-1212 " and the second 
" 1211-1212." 1 

In 1899, however, a writer of recognised authority propounded a theory, 
described by himself as "revolutionary," that " there was but one inquest ' : 
at the period under consideration, and that the lists in the Red Book and 
in the Book of Fees were alike " derived from a single original," the former 
being " merely abstracts " from the returns made in June 121 2. 2 

This theory was based upon a partial comparison of the text of the Red 
Book as printed in 1896 with that of the Book of Fees as printed in 1807 
under the title of ' Testa de Neville There is no need here to consider how far 
it would have held good if we had no other sources of information on the 
subject, if both texts might be regarded as independent compilations from 
documents no longer extant. Having now before us, as printed in the following 
pages, the text of the original returns made from more than a dozen counties 
in the summer of 1212, it is possible to compare it item by item with the text 
of the Red Book. To do this is no part of the present undertaking. It may, 
however, be permissible to submit a brief summary of the results so far 
attained by a fresh examination of the lists in the Red Book. The views 
now put forward with regard to them will be found to differ materially from 
those expressed on the one hand by the editor of the Red Book and on the 
other hand by the author of the essay quoted above. 

In the first place, it seems clear that the fists in the Red Book are for the 
most part mere abstracts or notes, rather than exact copies of original 
returns, and that they abound in flagrant misrea dings. 

Secondly, it seems almost equally clear that the lists for some particular 
counties were compiled from more than one manuscript. The manifest contra- 
dictions and repetitions in the list for Wiltshire point to a composite 
origin, while the list for Dorset and Somerset specifically quotes a book as 
correcting some other source of information. 3 There are moreover grounds 
for believing that the valuable lists of the military tenants of certain 
prelates were originally distinct from the general lists of lay tenants in 
chief. Parts of the lists of the tenants of the Archbishops of Canter- 
bury and York are entered twice 4 ; the lists of the tenants of the 
Bishop of Norwich and the Abbot of Holme are obviously additions 
to the Red Book, detrimental to the symmetry of the manuscript. So 
again under London and Middlesex the section concerning lay fees is copied 
from an extant manuscript which has nothing to do with the list of the episcopal 
tenants immediately preceding it in the book. The Pipe Roll of 1210 
contains references to an * originale ' giving the names of the knights of 
the Archbishop of Canterbury and an ' originale ' giving the names of the 
knights of the Bishop of Hereford, and it would appear that other similar 
documents of that date were used in the compilation of the Red Book. 

With regard to the fees of the lay tenants in chief, it seems impossible to 
accept the date in the general heading as correctly applicable to all the fists 
ranged under it. Those for several counties, such as Nottingham and Derby, 
and Worcester, have every appearance of having been founded upon the 
returns to the writs of 1 June 1212. These cases, however, do not prove that 
there was only one inquest at this period, still less that there were no other 



1 Pp. 469-574, 575-624. 2 J. H. Round, The Commune of London, pp. xiv. 

xv. 263, 273. 3 Pp. 481-489, 544. 4 Pp. 469, 724, 491, 495. 



INTRODUCTION. 55 



sources of information. The lists in the Red Book for several counties, 
such as Devon and Surrey, differ materially from the authentic returns of 
1212, not merely in arrangement but also in substance, for they give other 
names and other information. The shorter list for Cumberland cannot 
possibly be evolved from the authentic return printed below. It should also 
be observed that some of the lists which do not agree with the returns of 
1212 have sections '" De terris Normannorum " or "De escaetis." While 
there is not a word about these subjects in the writ of 1 June 1212, there 
are mentions of them in some of the lists printed on previous pages of the 
present volume and on internal evidence there ascribed to a date slightly 
anterior to 1212. 

In further support of the view that some of the lists in the Red Book, however 
irregular and unsatisfactory as a series, were prepared before 1212, attention 
may be called to the entry concerning Mendlesham in Suffolk, in which the 
testimony of John Briwere is quoted as to its tenure. This John Briwere 
was dead in 1210. 

Upon the whole then it seems probable that the compilers of the Red Book 
had before them some genuine lists of the 12th and 13th years of John, 
which they thought fit to supplement by using various other documents, 
dated or undated. Among the ' inquisitions ' professedly belonging to 
the 13th year of John there is an extract from the Pipe Roll of the 8th year, 
and a list of military tenants of the Honour of Richard's Castle which cannot 
be earlier than the 5th year of Henry III. 1 Reasons will be given later for 
believing that part of their list for Middlesex belongs to the year 1235. When 
regular inquisitions failed, the names of actual or recent tenants in chief 
could be obtained from the assessments for successive scutages ; particulars 
concerning escheats and serjeanties could be obtained from the rolls of justices 
in eyre in different counties. The Pipe Roll of 1210 specifically mentions 
many lists of names which no longer exist. 

The ' inquisitions ' in the Red Book must therefore be regarded as a 
heterogeneous collection of notes made for fiscal purposes, rather than as a 
series of methodical digests of returns belonging to any particular year. Some 
of their many faults may be due to interlineations and alterations in the 
documents from which they were copied. Others are, however, due to extra- 
ordinary incompetence on the part of the transcribers. 2 

Some references to the Red Book will be found in the following 
notes on the returns of 1212 printed below, and an attempt has been 
made to indicate the sources of the very complex list for Somerset and 
Dorset. 

Surrey. The text is printed from the original return, which was delivered 
at the Exchequer on the 30th of June 1212. 

A list of fees and serjeanties in this county entered in the Red Book of the 
Exchequer appears to be somewhat earlier in date, as it contains the names of 



1 Somerset Fines, vol. i. p. 42 ; Proceedings of Somerset Archceological Society, 
vol. xliv. p. 208. ' Sivill' ' in the text of the Red Book (p. 604) is a scribal error for 
' Givile ' or some such form of Yeovil, and it is wrongly identified with Swell in the 
printed index. 

2 In a list of fees of the Honour of Perche (pp. 621-622) avowedly derived from 
the Pipe Roll of 1206, ' Reginaldus de Cornhulle ' appears as ' Rogerus de Kenhulle,' 
' Leticia ' as ' Lucia,' and ' Sobire ' as ' Tabary.' 



56 A.D. 1212. 

Ruelent Huscarl, who was dead at Michaelmas 1211, and Ralph Parmenter, 
who was dead at Midsummer 1210. * 

Sussex. The text is printed from the original return, which was delivered 
at the Exchequer on the 1st of July 1212. A list of fees and escheats in this 
county entered in the Red Book of the Exchequer has the appearance of a 
compilation from more than one source. 2 

Southampton. The text is printed from the original return, which was 
delivered at the Exchequer on the 2nd of July 1212. 

Somerset and Dorset. The text is printed from the original returns, 
which were delivered at the Exchequer on the 23rd of July 1212 by 
William Ma let, who was sheriff of both counties. Each of them being now 
somewhat defective, the missing words have been supplied from the transcript 
in the Book of Fees. 

A list of fees and serjeanties in these two counties entered in the Red Book 
of the Exchequer is avowedly compiled from more than one source. 3 It 
is not founded upon the authentic returns here printed, and it mentions 
certain estates which were not noticed by the sheriff in 1212, such as that 
of Gilbert de Say at Yeovil. It comprises eight sections. 

In the first section of the list, the sequence of the names and the amounts 
of the different holdings are almost identical with those given in the Pipe 
Roll of 1202, in connexion with the assessment of ' the third scutage,' though 
not copied directly therefrom. These are followed by certain other entries 
apparently derived from the assessments of subsequent scutages. In its present 
form, the list contains the names of Henry Lovel and Otes of Wanstrow, the 
successors, in 1206-1207, of Ralph Lovel and Geoffrey of Wanstrow, who 
occur in the list of 1202. 4 

The second section, enumerating tenants of the Honour of Mortain, seems 
also to be closely connected with the corresponding list entered on the Pipe 
Roll of 1202. 

The third section, enumerating tenants of the Honour of Kington, may 
represent the local portion of a general list of the tenants of that honour. 
Another portion of it is entered elsewhere (p. 600), and we know that such a 
list was produced at the Exchequer in 1210, at the audit of the account of the 
Sheriff of Hereford. The fourth entry is an interpolation, and the last entry 
is obviously misplaced. 

The fourth section, purporting to enumerate fees of the Honour of Boulogne, 
begins with Bradford, which really belonged to the Honour of Kington. It 
does not mention Martock or certain other places which are known to have 
formed part of the Honour of Boulogne. 

The fifth section enumerating royal serjeanties is presumably derived 
from some eyre roll of the reign of John. The entries concerning John Russell 
and Robert of Newburgh and various parts of other entries are obvious 
additions to the manuscript. 

1 Pp. 560-562. The Huscarl estate at Beddington is wrongly called Duntone 
in the MS. and also in the printed index. " Tomas Huscarl cm. pro habendis 

terris que fuerunt Ruelent Huscarl, patris sui, cuius he res ipse est." Pipe Roll, 
13 John, Berks, residuum. ' Vicecomes reddit compotum de xiiij 1. et xiij.d. de 
exitibus terrarum Radulfi Parmentarii de termino Sancti Michaelis." Pipe Roll, 
12 John, Surrey. 2 Pp. 553-556. Cf. pp. 622-624. 

3 Pp. 544-549. 4 Pipe Roll, 9 John ; Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 414. 



INTRODUCTION. 57 



The sixth section contains a confused list of lands of Normans which may 
be derived from an inquest taken in or about the year 1210. 

The seventh section enumerates the knights of the fee of William Martel. 
His lands were in the king's hand in 1212, but the list is not based upon the 
Sheriff's return of that year printed below. 

The eighth section, . concerning tenants of the king's demesne, is closely 
connected with the lists of ' terre date ' entered on the Pipe Rolls of successive 
years of the reign of John. 

Devon. The text is printed from the original return, which was delivered 
at the Exchequer on the 1st of July 1212. Although the arrangement of the 
matter is in the main according to hundreds, the names of the different 
hundreds are not stated. The return is manifestly incomplete, no inform- 
ation being given with regard to a considerable part of the county. It 
was equally incomplete when transcribed in the Book of Fees six centuries 
ago, but the original roll shows traces of having once been longer. 

A list of fees entered in the Red Book of the Exchequer is clearly derived 
from some other source. 1 In its present form, however, it cannot be much 
earlier in date, and, if used with due caution, it may help to supply some of 
the deficiencies in the authentic return printed below. 

Hereford. The original return of the sheriff of this county to the writ 
of 1 June 1212 is missing. The Book of Fees, however, contains a transcript 
of a return which appears to belong to that year, and there is an earlier 
transcript in a roll which contains copies of the returns of 1212 for 
several other counties. Neither of the manuscripts is free from manifest 
errors. 

The date of this return for Herefordshire may be narrowed to within a few 
years by internal evidence. William de Cantelo is mentioned in it as guardian 
of the heir of Henry de Longchamp, and there is record of his having received 
a grant of that wardship in the financial year ending at Michaelmas 121 1. 2 
On the other hand, the statement that the fees of Walter de Lacy were in the 
king's hand can hardly be later than July 1213, when he obtained restitution 
of all his lands in England except Ludlow. 3 The date of the return may thus 
be placed between October 1210 and July 1213. Inasmuch as it enumerates 
tenants in chief by military service or by serjeanty, and alienations in free 
alms, it has every appearance of having been made in pursuance of the 
writ of 1 June 1212. 

The Red Book of the Exchequer contains an almost contemporary list of 
tenants in chief in Herefordshire, differing materially in form and substance 
from the return here printed. 4 The section of it dealing with those who held 
by military service is supplemented by detailed lists of the knights of the 
bishopric of Hereford, and of the Honours of Kington, Brecknock, Abergavenny 
and Radnor, which may have been derived from documents produced by 



1 Pp. 556-560. 

2 " Willelmus de Cantilupo d.m. et v. palefridos pro habenda custodia 
terre que fuit Henrici de Longo Campo, cum custodia et maritagio Matildis que 
fuit uxor ipsius Henrici, sororis ipsius Willelmi, et cum maritagio heredum ipsius 
Henrici, etc." Pipe Roll, 13 John, Worcester. 

3 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 147. 

4 Pp. 495-497, 600-603. Cf. also p. 287. 



58 A.D. 1212. 



the sheriff at the Exchequer at Michaelmas 1210. x The section dealing with 
the king's Serjeants may have had a similar origin. 

Oxford. The text is printed from the original return, which was delivered 
at the Exchequer on the 26th of June 1212. 

Berks. The text is printed from an original return, written in more than 
one hand and not at all similar to the return for Oxfordshire. Although the 
document does not bear any endorsement showing the date of its delivery at 
the Exchequer, there can be no doubt that it was made in the summer of 
1212. The heading in fact reproduces some of the phraseology of the writ 
issued on the 1st of June in that year. The internal evidence is to the same 
effect. Richard le Waleys, who is mentioned as holding land at Eastbury 
with the daughter and heiress of Ralph de Lanvaley, obtained possession of 
it about Midsummer 12 ll. 2 

A list of tenants in Berkshire, somewhat different from this return, and 
much shorter, is to be found in the Red Book of the Exchequer. 3 The mention 
in it of the aforesaid Richard le Waleys in connexion with Eastbury seems 
to show that, in its present form, it cannot be more than a year earlier than 
the return printed below. 

Borough of Wallingford. The text is printed from an original return, 
which does not bear any endorsement recording its delivery at the Exchequer, 
and which was probably appended to the return of the Sheriff of Berkshire. 
Both the manuscripts have decorated capitals of a very similar type. The 
heading and the contents of the Wallingford roll also show its connexion 
with the later part of the writ of 1 June 1212 asking for information as to 
alienations in frank almoin or otherwise. 

Honour of Wallingford. The Book of Fees contains a transcript of a 
letter from the Constable of Wallingford to the justices and barons of the 
Exchequer, which enclosed a schedule of the king's tenants with whom he 
was concerned. Although the original letter and schedule, both written in a 
peculiar hand, do not bear any note of the date of delivery at the 
Exchequer, they may with tolerable certainty be referred to the summer of 
1212. 

The Pipe Roll for the financial year ending at Michaelmas 1211 contains 
a detailed account of payments made by tenants of the Honour of Wallingford 
towards the scutage of Wales, and, while a general correspondence may be 
seen between it and the document here printed, there is clear evidence that 
the latter is posterior in date. Ruelent Huscarl of the Pipe Roll is replaced 



1 " De finibus pro passagio Ybernie. . . . Vicecomes reddit compotum de quater 
xx. et iij.l. et vj.s. et viij.d. de finibus militum de episcopatu Herefordensi quorum 
nomina annotantur in originali. . . . Idem vicecomes reddit compotum de xx.l. 
de finibus militum de honore de Kinton et de serianteriis quorum nomina 
annotantur in originali. . . . Idem vicecomes reddit compotum de xxvj.m. de 
finibus hominum de Bergeveni, et Brekinio et Radenour quorum nomina annotan- 
tur in originali." Pipe Roll, 12 John, Hereford. 

2 " Ricardo Walensi l.s. bl. in Estbiri de quarta parte anni cum filia et herede 
Radulfi de Lanvalei . . . Ricardus Walensis reddit compotum de c.l. pro habendo 
in uxorem Matildem de Lanval ' cum hereditate ipsius Matildis." Pipe Roll 
13 John, Berks. 3 Pp. 513-514. 



INTRODUCTION. 59 



in the Constable's list by Thomas Huscarl, who is known to have been his 
son, Hamon Carbonel by Peter fitz Herbert as guardian, and Alan fitz 
Roland by the heir of Alan fitz Roland with John Marshal as guardian. 
There is also in the document here printed a note of the death of Warin Pinel 
who had contributed to the scutage of Wales. 

While then this return of the Constable of Wallingford is later than 
the account rendered in 1211, it is not much later, for Ralph Dauvers, 
who is mentioned in it as one of the tenants, was dead in June 1213. 1 

A list of the tenants of the Honour of Wallingford, which is entered in the 
Red Book of the Exchequer and there apparently assigned to the 13th year 
of John (May 1211 to May 1212) agrees more closely with the list in the Pipe 
Roll of 1211 than with the return here printed. 2 It must, however, be somewhat 
earlier in date, for Alan de Valognes, who is mentioned in it as one of the 
tenants, was dead at Michaelmas 1210. 3 The source of it may have been a 
list of the tenants which was produced at the audit of that year. 4 The fact 
that the order of the names in the Red Book is very similar to that in the 
schedule here printed suggests that the Constable of 1212 had before him 
some version of the earlier list. 

Essex and Hertford. There is reason to believe that the issue of the king's 
writ of 1 June 1212 led to the taking of a series of inquisitions in these two 
counties. The original return or returns then made have long since disappeared, 
and nothing remains except a copy in the Book of Fees of a list of fees and 
serjeanties, which seems to be an abridgement rather than an authentic copy of 
the lost originals. The names of the different hundreds are omitted, an entry 
concerning Stanstead is copied twice, and the sections relating to some 
hundreds are divided. While the list deals with the whole county of Hertford, 
except the Hundred of Cashio which belonged to the Abbot of St. Albans, 
the part relating to Essex is very defective. 

The date of the returns can be fixed within a few months. The Earl of 
Winchester, who is entered as holding Ware, did not obtain possession of that 
manor before the spring of 1212, after the death of his mother-in-law, the 
Countess of Leicester. 5 Henry fitz Ailwin, Mayor of London, who is entered 
as holding Watton, was dead at Michaelmas in that year. 6 

The Red Book of the Exchequer contains a list of fees and serjeanties in 
the counties of Essex and Hertford which seems to have been based upon 
the returns of 1212 and to have been compiled before the loss of those for 
several of the hundreds of the former county. 7 Thus it gives the names of 
many persons and places that do not occur in the list transcribed in the Book 
of Fees. On the other hand, most of the entries are curtailed to the fewest 
possible number of words, and the arrangement is not topographical. If 
used with due caution, it can be made to supplement the return printed below. 
Some idea of its character may be gathered from the fact that while Hubert 
of Anstey, who died in the early part of 1210, is entered as holding lands at 



1 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 467. 2 Pp. 579-600. 

3 See above, p. 17, note 1. 

4 '' De finibus militum pro passagio Ybernie de honore de Warengeford. Tomas 
de Muncels constabularius reddit compotum de xviij.l. et xvj.s. et viij.d. de finibus 
hominum quorum nomina annotantur in originali." Pipe Roll, 12 John, Berks. 

5 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 118, 130. 

6 Ibid. p. 124 ; Liber de Antiquis Legibus, p. 3. 7 Pp. 498--508. 



60 A.D. 1212. 



Anstey, Little Hormead and Berchesdon, his heirs are entered as paying a 
rent of 15/. from another place. 

The list of fees and serjeanties in the counties of Essex and Hertford now 
assigned to the year 1212 is followed in the Book of Fees, but after a blank 
space, by a verdict of the men of Writtle, and this is, after another blank 
space, followed by a verdict of the half-hundred of Waltham. There is nothing 
in the outward aspect of the manuscript to suggest that they are in any way 
connected with the matter which precedes them, or, indeed, that they are 
necessarily connected with each other. 

Of seven entries in the verdict of the men of Writtle, the first two may 
be compared with parallel passages in the general return for the county, 
among entries concerning the Hundred of Chelmsford, and it is worthy 
of special remark that these passages contain information which is not 
derived from the verdict now under consideration. The third entry in the 
verdict is unnoticed in the general return given in the Book of Fees, but 
there is an entry concerning the serjeanty of Ralph le Boder in the Red Book 
of the Exchequer. The fourth, fifth and sixth entries in the verdict do not recur 
elsewhere. The final entry mentions two fees and a quarter belonging to the 
Count of Aumale. This estate is not mentioned either in the extant portion 
of the general return or in the comprehensive summary of that return in the 
Red Book. The fees have yet to be identified, and it is possible that the entry 
may be a casual note unconnected with Writtle. In any case, it would appear 
that the verdict of Writtle represents either an independent return to the 
writ of 1 June 1212, overlapping that for the Hundred of Chelmsford, or a 
return to some purely local enquiry of approximately the same date. 1 While 
the entry concerning the heir of Richard de Monfichet cannot be earlier than 
1203, that concerning Warin fitz Gerold can hardly be later than 1216, when 
his lands were seized by the king. 2 

If found by itself, the verdict of Waltham would certainly appear from 
its heading and contents to have been prepared in pursuance of the writ of 
1 June 1212, and to be the only verdict from Essex of which the original 
phraseology has been preserved. Richard fitz Alcher and Menigar le Napper 
mentioned in it occur in the Red Book in the summary of the general inquest. 

Norfolk and Suffolk. The text is printed from a very neatly written 
roll, which was delivered at the Exchequer on the 2nd of July 1212. The 
return is arranged topographically, hundred by hundred. 

It differs materially from a fist of fees, serjeanties and escheats in Norfolk 
and Suffolk which is entered in the Red Book of the Exchequer. 3 Like others 
in the same volume, the list in the Red Book is a classified abstract rather 
than a copy. The entries concerning Robert de Mortimer and William of 
Stokes must in the original have followed one or other of the entries concerning 
the Honour of Britanny. There is, however, no reason to doubt the explicit 
statement that the list was founded upon an inquisition, which may indeed 
have been taken in the eleventh regnal year of John. Thomas de Valognes, 
who is mentioned in it, seems to have succeeded his father Theobald shortly 



1 It will be seen in a later section of this volume that at the eyre of 1218-1219 
there were separate findings in the hundred of Chelmsford and the township of 
Writtle. 

2 Pipe Roll, 5 John, Essex and Hertford ; Rotuli Litter arum Clausarum, vol. i. 
pp. 277, 278, 281, 285. 3 Pp. 475-481 



INTRODUCTION 61 



before Michaelmas 1209. 1 On the other hand, John Briwere, whose testimony 
is cited with regard to Mendlesham, was dead at Michaelmas 1210. 2 As 
stated above, the lists of the tenants of the Bishop of Norwich and the Abbot 
of Holme are additions. 

Worcester. The text is printed from an original roll which does not bear 
any endorsement recording its delivery at the Exchequer. It has, however, 
an endorsement noting that it deals with the king's tenants and with churches 
alike. The two entries concerning churches have a special heading and 
were presumably made in pursuance of the writ of 7 June 1212 given by the 
annalist of Waverley. 

A list of fees and serjeanties in Worcestershire entered in the Red Book 
of the Exchequer seems to have been prepared from this more satisfactory 
document upon a definite system. 3 It has some variants and several omissions, 
probably intentional. 

Stafford. The text is printed from the original return, which was 
delivered at the Exchequer a week after the appointed day. It begins with 
a copy of the writ which led to its preparation. 

Salop. The text is printed from the original return, which was likewise 
delivered at the Exchequer a week after the appointed day. Although Thomas 
of Erdington was sheriff of the linked counties of Stafford and Salop, the 
returns from them are separate and written in different hands. The general 
classification of the matter is, however, similar, neither of the returns being 
arranged under hundreds. 4 

There is some connexion between this authentic return and a list of fees 
and serjeanties in Shropshire, which is entered in the Red Book of the 
Exchequer. 5 Several material discrepancies between them may, however, 
be observed. 

Nottingham and Derby. The text is printed from the original return, 
which was delivered at the Exchequer on the 6th of July 1212. The original 
writ to the sheriff of these counties has been printed above in the general 
introduction to the returns of 1212. 6 

A list of fees and serjeanties in these counties which is entered in the Red 
Book of the Exchequer appears to be merely a brief compilation from the 

1 " To mas de Valeines debet ccc.m. et iij. palefridos pro habenda terra que fuit 
Teobaldi patris sui. Termini, ad festum Sancti Michaelis hoc anno l.m. et iij. 
palefridos," etc. Pipe Roll, 11 John. 

2 " Robertus de Burgate reddit compotum de deem, pro habenda in uxorem 
Galiena que fuit uxor Johannis Briewere cum hereditate sua et dote." Pipe Roll, 
12 John. Norfolk and Suffolk. See also the return of 1212 printed below, and 
Rotuli Litterarum Patentium, vol. i. p. 130 ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. 
p. 162 ; Rotuli Chartarum, p. 60 ; Rotuli Hundredorum, vol. ii. p. 193 ; Feet of Fines 
for Essex, vol. i. p. 223. 

3 Pp. 566-568. 

4 It may be noted by way of caution that Ey ton's quotations from a return of 
1211 in Testa de Nevill refer to this inquest of 1212, the date of which was not 
established until long after the completion of his monumental work, the Antiquities 
of Shropshire. 

5 Pp. 509-513. 6 P. 52 above, 



62 A.D. 1212. 



return of 1212 and consequently of no intrinsic value. 1 The matter is, indeed, 
re-arranged in three sections, but it does not include any information that is 
not to be found as fully, or more fully, in the return printed below. 

Lincoln. The text, with an exception mentioned below, is printed from 
the original return, which, however, bears no endorsement as to the date of 
its delivery at the Exchequer. Having regard to the enormous amount of 
information here collected, we may fairly surmise that the Sheriff of Lincoln 
did not make his return until long after the appointed day. The original 
manuscript has suffered greatly. The first membrane, which was missing 
at the time of the compilation of the Book of Fees, has, within the last few 
months, been identified and reunited to the roll from which it had been separa- 
ted for some six centuries. The second membrane is defective, and the com- 
pilers of the Book of Fees made no attempt to reproduce the earlier lines of 
it. There is no return for the wapentake of Flaxwell. A membrane dealing 
with the wapentake of Skirbeck is lost, and for the contents of it we are 
dependent upon the transcript in the Book of Fees. 

Although this elaborate return is undated, there is no reason to doubt that 
it was prepared in the summer of 1212. The heading of the first membrane, 
now happily recovered, shows it to be connected with the general enquiry 
ordered on the 1st of June in that year, and there is on the dorse of another 
membrane an entry concerning the church of Sleaford made in pursuance of 
the writ of the 7th of that month already mentioned. 

The Red Book of the Exchequer contains a useful list of the military tenants 
of the Bishop of Lincoln in different counties, followed by several ill-digested 
and unsatisfactory lists of fees in Lincolnshire in the reign of John, derived 
from some unknown source or sources. 2 An entry concerning Fulbeck is, 
in its present form, later than the return printed below. 

Cumberland. The text is printed from the original return, which was 
delivered at the Exchequer on the 25th of June 1212. It may be compared 
with a list of tenants in this county by military service, by cornage, or by 
serjeanty, which is entered in the Red Book of the Exchequer. 3 This latter 
gives various local particulars that are not to be found in the sheriff's return 
of 1212, and it mentions as actual tenants two persons, William fitz Ranulph 
and Odard of Hodalm, who were dead at Michaelmas 121 1. 4 The information 
concerning Edenhall is also different. 5 

Northumberland. The text is printed from the original return, which 
was delivered at the Exchequer on the 5th of August 1212. It has been already 
printed by the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 6 

A list of the king's tenants in this county which is entered in the Red Book 
of the Exchequer bears a very close relation to this return. The sequence 
of the names is identical and the phraseology, although curtailed, is very 

1 Pp. 565-566. 2 Pp. 517-524. 3 Pp. 493-494. 

4 Cf. Pipe Rolls, 11-13 John, Cumberland. In the edition of the early Pipe Rolls 
for Cumberland published in 1847, the A.D. dates assigned to those from the* 5th 
year of John to the end of the reign (pp. 108-159) are each one year too late, and 
the roll there attributed to the 15th year (p. 149) is the Chancellor's duplicate of the 
roll of the 13th year (p. 140). The latter error is repeated in the Victoria County 
History. 

5 ' Carlun ' is a scribal error for ' Carleolo.' 

6 Archoeologia Mliana, 2nd series, vol. xxv. pp. 153-159. 



INTRODUCTION. 63 



similar. 1 The chief variant is with regard to Sewal fitz Henry, who appears 
in the Red Book as an actual tenant, whereas the return of 1212 mentions 
him as the predecessor of Philip of Ulecotes. From this it may be argued 
that the list in the Red Book was prepared before the death of Sewal 
fitz Henry, which is known to have occurred in the spring of 1210, and 
that it was used as a foundation for the more detailed return of 1212. On 
the other hand, it should be observed that the list in the Red Book does 
not contain a single name or a single scrap of local information that is not 
to be found in the authentic return of 1212. If then the entry concerning 
Sewal fitz Henry can be regarded as a mere blunder of the scribe, the 
whole list may fairly be described as an abstract of the document printed 
below and consequently of little value. 2 

Lancaster (County and Honour). The text is printed from a roll which 
bears no note of delivery at the Exchequer, and which may possibly be an 
early copy made at Westminster. It consists of two main sections : — 

(1) An inquisition professedly dealing with lands alienated by various 
persons in the county of Lancaster 'within the Lyme,' but giving also 
the names of actual tenants in chief. 

(2) A list of tenants of the Honour of Lancaster ' without the Lyme,' 
in the counties of Lincoln, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby, Stafford, 
Suffolk and Norfolk. 

The former was presumably taken by authority of the Sheriff of Lancaster. 
The latter may have been supplied to him by the steward or other officer in 
charge of the Honour, the sheriff having no jurisdiction outside his own county. 

A translation of the roll was published in 1905, with valuable annotations 
concerning the persons and places mentioned in it. The learned editor 
ascribed the original to June 1212, largely because, a few years ago, it was on a 
file which contained the return of the Sheriff of Cumberland to the writ 
issued on the first day of that month. 3 It is therefore necessary to observe 
that the file in question contained also some records of the eyre of 1219, and 
that it was probably put together by Joseph Hunter in 1834. A medieval 
endorsement on one of the membranes relating to Lancashire shows that they 
formerly belonged to a file which did not include any document relating to 
Cumberland. 

There are, however, other reasons for believing that the document printed 
below represents the return of the Sheriff of Lancashire to the writ of 1 June 
1212. The heading of it refers to "tenements given and alienated," and 
the entries concerning gifts made by William fitz Gilbert and Roger de 
Muriell specifically state that the services due to the king had been thereby 
diminished. The heir of Arthur of Ashton (Eston) who is mentioned in the 
roll as holding a carucate of land accounted for relief on succession in the 
financial year ending at Michaelmas 1211. Adam of Marton (Merton) who 
is also mentioned as holding three carucates was probably ' the heir of Matthew 
of Merton ' who accounted for relief in the same year. 4 

The only difficulty in ascribing the Lancashire inquisition to the summer 
of 1212 lies in the fact that Roger de Lacy, Constable of Chester, is mentioned 

1 Pp. 562-565. 

2 Two other blunders may be noted, the substitution of ' Radleg ' for ' Bodle ' and 
'junior' for 'janitor/ 

3 Lancashire Inquests, &c. ed. by William Farrer, pp. viii, ix. 

4 Lancashire Pipe Rolls, pp. 242, 245. 



64 AD. 1212 



in it twice as an actual tenant in chief. Chroniclers agree in stating that he 
died in 1211, and an account of the family, written indeed long afterwards, 
professes to give the very day of his decease, the feast of St. Remigius, that 
is to say the 1st of October. 1 The Pipe Rolls show that the king's agents 
received the profits of his lands at various places as from Michaelmas 1211, 
allowing to John his son 50Z. a year to maintain himself in the king's service. 

It should be observed that this inquisition systematically distinguishes 
between the dead and the living. In many cases it describes lands as held 
by the unnamed heir of some recent tenant. The information given with re- 
gard to minors is also very precise. Thus the heir of Theobald Walter is 
twice mentioned as being a ward of the king, and the heir of Randolf fitz 
Roger is mentioned as being a ward of Eustace of Moreton. If then the 
inquisition was taken in the summer of 1212, some nine months after the death 
of Roger de Lacy, it might be expected to mention his heir. On the con- 
trary, it states that Roger held five fees of Clitheroe and four fees of his barony 
1 within the Lyme.' In both cases, the word ' tenet ' is written without abbrevia- 
tion. His fees of Clitheroe are indeed described as being in the king's hand, 
but the entry concerning the other four fees implies actual possession. It may 
therefore be argued that the inquisition was taken during his lifetime and 
that he had made over part of his property to the king as security for a debt. 
In support of this theory, it may be observed that John de Lacy, his son and 
heir, did not obtain livery of his inheritance until 1213, when he undertook 
to pay a vast sum to the Crown in discharge of his father's arrears, accounts 
and debts. 2 If, however, we are to ascribe the inquisition to the year 1211, 
we must suppose the Sheriff of Lancashire to have then received a writ very 
similar to that directed to the sheriffs of other counties in June 1212. If 
on the other hand the whole difficulty arises from clerical errors, the writer of 
the roll must be held to have blundered badly in two entries, for Roger de 
Lacy was a man of the highest consequence. In any case the date of the 
inquisition is known within a year or two. Subject to the foregoing observa- 
tions, it is printed below under date of 1212. 

In addition to the great Lancaster return considered above, there still sur- 
vives an early abstract of it, presumably made at the Exchequer. As it is 
copied into the Book of Fees, it is printed below. It is, however, of no value 
except as an illustration of the unsatisfactory character of such abstracts. 
Another abstract, apparently made from the same manuscript, but disfigured 
by several misreadings, is to be found in the Red Book of the Exchequer. 3 

To recapitulate : the manuscript sources of the lists now assigned to the 
summer of 1212 and printed below are : — 

Original returns, dated : — 

Surrey, Dorset, Norfolk and Nottingham and 

Sussex, Devon (im- Suffolk, Derby, 

Southampton, perfect), Stafford, Cumberland, 

Somerset. Oxford, Salop, Northumberland. 

Returns, undated, but probably original : — 

Berks, Wallingford Honour, Lincoln, 

Wallingford Borough, Worcester, Lancaster (A.). 

1 Rogeri de Wendover Flores Historiarum, vol. ii. p. 58 ; Matt. Paris, Chronica 
Majora, vol. ii. p. 532 ; Flores Historiarum (ed. Luard), vol. ii. p. 140 ; Dugdale's 
Monasticon, vol. vi. p 315. 

2 Botuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 494. 3 Pp. 568-574. 



INTRODUCTION. 65 



Transcripts or abstracts : — 

Hereford, Essex and Hertford Lancaster (B). 

(imperfect), 



SURREY. 

S. ij. 5. Inquisicio facta in comitatu Surr' de omnibus feodis militum 
' que tenentur in capite de domino rege et omnimodis tenementis 
que tenentur per militare servicium vel per serianteriam qualemcunque 
vel alio modo, quicumque ea teneant. 

HUNDREDUM DE WUDETUN. 

Padinden'. Petrus de Maulay tenet Padinden' per servicium feodi 
dimidii militis versus dominum regem et versus dominum feodi 
per servicium feodi j. militis, que capta fuit in manu Henrici Regis, 
patris domini regis, occasione amice Wilekini utlagi, quam Willelmus 
Buffari qui tunc temporis tenuit Padinden' receptavit in domo sua, 
et inventa fuit in domo eiusdem Willelmi, et preterea occasione 
Benedicti cuiusdam Judei Cicestr' qui postea venit et exigebat 
Padinden', ut vadium suum per cartam Willelmi Buffari, quam 
inde habuit, et predictis occasionibus retenta fuit in manu domini 
regis, et postea dominus Rex Ricardus dedit predictam villam Alano 
Trenchemer et post mortem Alani dominus Johannes Rex dedit 
predictam villam W. de Braus', et post predictum Willelmum rex 
dedit illam villam Petro de Maulay qui nunc earn tenet per predictum 
servicium. 

Westcote. Villa de West cot' que fuit Gileberti de Aquila capta 
fuit in manum domini regis quia idem Gilebertus abiit in Normanniam 
contra voluntatem domini regis, ut dicitur. Et comes Warennie 
finivit pro sorore sua que fuit uxor ipsius Gileberti pro predicta 
villa quam habuit in dotem, et est in manu comitis et est in baronia 
Gileberti de Aquila. 

HUNDREDUM DE BLAKEHETFELD'. 

Bromlee. Bromlee quod fuit manerium domini regis, ut dicitur, 
fuit in manu cuiusdam episcopi qui vocabatur Eode et post mortem 
ipsius Od' de venit in manum domini regis, et postea Henricus Rex 
senior dedit predictum manerium Eustachio de Brutuil' et tempore 
ipsius Eustachii capta fuit in manum domini regis, et nescitur qua 
occasione ; postea Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit predictum 
manerium Radulfo de Faya patri Radulfi qui nunc tenet, et tempore 
guerre inter dominum regem, patrem domini regis, et Henricum fifium 
suum, predictus Radulfus disseisitus fuit, et Henricus Rex, pater 
domini regis, dedit predictum manerium Baldwino de Betthoun, et 
postea de venit in manum domini regis, et dominus Johannes Rex dedit 
predictum manerium Radulfo de Faia per servicium feodi iij. militum. 

Gumesielve. Robertus de Wendeval' habuit medietatem manerii 
de Gumesielve quod fuit dominicum regis, et Willelmus de Clere 
habuit aliam medietatem eiusdem manerii, et nescitur per quod 

Wt. 3705. b 5 



66 A.D. 1212. 



s - ij- 5 - servicium ; et postea Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit pre- 
—cont. dictum manerium Willelmo Malveisin et Engeramo de Funtaines pro xl. 
libratis terre, et Sumerber', quod fuit membrum de Gumesielve et 
quod residuum fuit, remansit in manu domini regis et tunc reddidit 
xj.s. et modo reddit xiiij.s. Et Ricardus Rex dedit unam partem 
predicti manerii Willelmo de Ees et aliam partem Alano Trenchemer ; 
et post mortem Alani dominus Johannes Rex dedit partem que fuit 
Alani Willelmo de Braus', et postea Petro de Maulay qui nunc tenet ; 
et Eustachius de Ees tenet aliam partem, et nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

HUNDREDUM DE WOCKING. 

Stokes. Dominus Johannes Rex commisit Stokes quod fuit 
dominicum regis episcopo Londoniensi pro c.s. ad firmam, et nunc 
est in manu domini regis. 

Wockinge. Ricardus Rex dedit Wocking' quod fuit dominicum 
suum Alano Basset per servicium feodi dimidii militis, et nunc tenet 
per idem servicium. 

Mere we. Henricus Rex senior dedit quandam partem in Mere we 
quod fuit dominicum regis Willelmo de Sancto Johanne pro ix. libratis 
terre, et residuum remansit in manum domini regis, et predictus 
Willelmus dedit partem illam Waltero filio Ingardi pro servicio feodi 
unius militis ; et idem Walterus habuit duas filias, quarum senior 
data fuit Rogero Craft cum medietate predicte terre, quam Rogerus 
Craft heres ipsius nunc tenet, et junior filia remansit in custodia 
prefati Willelmi et mortua est sine herede de se ipsa ; postea vero 
idem Willelmus dedit aliam partem Willelmo de Feogieres, qui 
dissaisitus fuit tempore Regis Ricardi qui 1 tenuit cum Britonibus 
contra dominum regem, et dominus Johannes Rex dedit eandem 
partem Willelmo de Leicestr' ; et Rogerus Craft et Willelmus de 
Leicestr' faciunt servicium j. militis Willelmo de Sancto Johanne ; 
et pars domini regis valet xxj.s. 

Bacsiete. Bacshet, quod fuit dominicum regis, quidam Radulfus 
tenuit ad feodam 2 firmam pro xl.s. ; et occasione servicii quod 
aretro fuit Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit predictum 
manerium cuidam Hoppesiort per serianteriam valterie ; et Robertus 
de Basing' emit eandem partem de eo et reddit domino regi quolibet 
anne 3 xl.s., et habet inde cartam domini regis ; et Robertus de 
Basing', heres predicti Roberti, nunc tenet. 

Henricus Rex senior dedit aliam partem in Bacsiet' Johanni Belet, 
et nescitur per quod servicium ; et Michael Belet heres ipsius nunc 
earn tenet. 

Geudeford. Robertus Testard habuit quandam partem in 
Geudeford de dono Willelmi Bastardi, ut dicitur ; et mortuo herede 
ipsius Roberti, Ranulfus de Broc habuit custodiam heredum Rogeri 
Testard per Henricum Regem, patrem domini regis ; et postea habuit 
cartam domini regis, et post mortem ipsius Randulfi Stephanus de 
Turneham habuit predictam partem cum filia ipsius Randulfi per 
servicium marscaucie. ^ 

1 So in original (S. ij. 5). Possibly quia should be read, 

2 Bead feodi. 3 Bead anno. 



SURREY. 67 



S. ij. 5. Suttun'. Sutton' quod fuit de honore de Eye saisitum fuit in 
manum domini regis per breve Henrici Regis, patris domini regis, et 



-cont. 



idem Henricus Rex dedit eandem villa m magistro Urrico pro viij. 
libratis terre qui nunc earn tenet, et nescitur per quod servicium. 
Maiford. Galfridus de Pourtun' tenet Maiford' in capite de 
domino rege per serianteriam cum aliis terris suis ad serviendum 
dominum regem cum j. albergo per xl. dies in Anglia. 

HUNDREDUM DE GODELMING'. 

Godelming. Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit xxx. libratas 
terre in Godelming' quod fuit dominicum regis in escambium castelli 
Divisarum cum pertinenciis quod fuit episcopi Saresberiensis et 
predictus rex dedit Ertedun' quod fuit membrum de Godelming' 
cuidam magistro David, qui ivit in nuncium apud Romam ; et 
Randulfus de Broc habuit Ertedun' ad feodam 1 firmam de predicto 
David pro xv.l. et post mortem ipsius Randulfi Stephanus de Turneham 
habuit predictam villain cum filia ipsius Randulfi ; et Ricardus 
Rex dedit predictam villain predicto Stephano per servicium feodi 
dimidii mihtis, et inde habet cartam ipsius et cartam domini 
Johannis Regis. 

Catteshull'. Henricus Rex senior dedit Catteshull' Oyno 2 PorcelT, 
patri Randulfi de Broc, 3 et Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, fecit 
cartam suam Randulfo de Broc tenere de eo per serianteriam hostiarie 
de camera domini regis, ut dicitur ; et post mortem ipsius Randulfi 
Stephanus de Turneham habuit predictam villain cum filia ipsius 
Randulfi per predictum servicium. 

Witle. Witle quod fuit Gileberti de Aquila captum fuit in manum 
domini regis, quia idem Gilebertus abiit in Normanniam ; et comes 
Warennie finivit pro sorore sua, que fuit uxor ipsius Gileberti, pro 
predicta villa, et nunc habet in manu sua. 

HUNDREDUM DE FERNHAM. 

Fernham. Manerium de Fernham datum est ecclesie Wintonie 
ante conquestum Anglie, et nescitur per quod servicium. 

HUNDREDUM DE GODELE. 

Certesee. Manerium de Certesee cum pertinenciis datum fuit 
ecclesie de Certes' in elemosinam ante conquestum Anglie. 

HUNDREDUM DE EMELEBRIGG'. 

Essiere. Esshere quam monachi de Cruce Sancti Leofredi tenent 
data fuit predictis monachis, et nescitur a quo rege ; et habent cartam 
Henrici Regis, patris domini regis. 

Mulesee. Sanson de Mulesee tenet quandam partem in Mulesee 
per serianteriam j. baliste de conquestu Anglie. 

Apse. Randulfus Blundus et Willelmus filius Gunnild' et Willelmus 
filius Gileberti et Osbertus Malherbe tenent in capite de domino 

1 Read feodi. 2 II. 75 reads Dyno in error, 

8 See Rotuli Chartarum, p. 161. 



68 A.D. 1212. 



tt ' ?9 ^'o re ^ e dimidiam hydam terre in elemosinam distribuendi et donandi 
—cont. unam cuvatam cervisie die Omnium Sanctorum pro anima domini 



regis et antecessorum suorum. 



HUNDREDUM DE COPPED ETHORN'. 



Hadlege. Thomas Malesmains tenet Hadleg' in capite de domino 
rege de dono Johannis Regis cum filia Gileberti de Tylers, et 
nescitur per quod servicium ; et predictus Gilebertus tenuit eandem 
villain. 

Awell'. Henri cus Rex, pater domini, 1 dedit quandam partem in 
EwelT canonicis de Meretun' in elemosinam. 

Lerred'. Ricardus Rex dedit Willelmo de Es x. solidatas redditus 
in Lerred', et Eustachius de Es nunc tenet eundem redditum, et 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

AwelP. Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit xliij.s. et iij.d. 
redditus in Awell' Mauricio de Creon'; et idem Mauricius dedit 
eundem redditum Gwidoni de la Val, et Gwido dedit eundem 
redditum Willelmo de Sancto Michaele, qui nunc tenet, et nescitur 
per quod servicium. 



HUNDREDUM DE WALETUN'. 



Waletun'. Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, 2 Mauricio de 
Creon quandam partem in Waletun', et idem Mauricius dedit eandem 
partem Gwidoni de la Val cum filia sua, et quia idem Gwido tempore 
gwerre tenuit contra dominum regem pars ilia capta fuit in manum 
domini regis, et dominus Johannes Rex dedit eandem partem Johanni 
filii 3 Luce, et quia idem Johannes remansit in Normannia pars 
ilia devenit in manum domini regis, et dominus Johannes Rex 
dedit eandem partem Eustachie de Curtenay que nunc tenet, et 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Edintun'. Bartholomeus del Chennay tenuit quandam partem 
in Edintun' in capite de domino rege per serianteriam coquine, et 
nescitur ex cuius dono ; et Ricardus Rex dedit eandem partem 
Petro filio maioris Londonie cum filia ipsius Bartholomei ; et dominus 
Johannes Rex postea dedit eandem partem Radulfo Parmentario 
cum filia predict i Petri ; et 3 nunc est in manu domini regis. 4 

Miccham. Robertus filius Wolfward' et Walterus le Poure tenent 
ij. hidas terre in Micham in capite de domino rege et reddunt inde 
x.s. per annum. 

HUNDREDUM DE TENHRIGG'. 

Limenesfeld'. Abbas de Bello tenet Limenesfeld' ex dono Regis 
Willelmi, ut dicitur, in elemosinam. 

Acsted'. Hugo de Nevill' tenet quandam partem in Acsted' in 
capite de domino rege per servicium ij orum militum et dimidii de 
honore Bolonie, quam cepit cum filia Henrici de Cornhull'. 

Rollandus de Acstede tenet ibidem quandam partem de eodem 
honore per predictum servicium de conquestu Anglie. 

1 Supply regis. 2 Supply dedit. 

3 Read filio as in II. 77. 4 et to regis added in another ink. 



SURREY. 69 



S. ij. 5. Tychesie. Gaufridus de Tychesie tenet quandam partem in 

TT TO QA ^ •/ A J. 

\L C ont Tychesie in capite de domino rege de honore Gloucestrie per servicium 
jjorum m ilitum de conquestu Anglie. 

Thomas de Valoniis tenet quandam partem ibidem de eodem 
honore per servicium ij. militum de conquestu Anglie quam Hugo 
de Nevill' habet in custodia. 

Pudinden'. Ricardus Rex dedit Willelmo de Es x. solidatas 
redditus in Pudinden', et Willelmus de Es tenet eundem redditum, 
et nescitur per quod servicium. 

Blecingelee. Comes de Clare tenet Blecingel' in capite de domino 
rege in baronia sua, et nescitur per quod servicium 

Wolcnested'. Ricardus de Lucy tenuit Wolcnested' in capite de 
domino rege de honore Bolonie, et nescitur per quod servicium, et 
idem Ricardus dedit medietatem eiusdem ville Odoni de Dammartin 
cum sorore sua in maritagium per servicium quarte partis feodi j. 
militis. 

Idem Ricardus dedit aliam medietatem eiusdem ville cum sorore 
sua Rogero de Sancto Johanne in maritagium per servicium quarte 
partis feodi j. militis. 

HUNDREDUM DE REIGAT:'. 

Reigate. Comes Warennie tenet Reigat' in capite de domino 
rege in baronia sua de conquestu Anglie. 

Eangeswode. Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit Kingeswod' 
et Selfwod' que sunt membra de Ewell' in elemosinam canonicis 
de Meretun'. 

Gattun'. Robertus de Gattun' tenet Gattun' in capite de domino 
rege de honore Peverel Dovor', et nescitur per quod servicium. 

HUNDREDUM DE BRICSISTAN'. 

Baterichesee. Willelmus Rex dedit Baterichesee in escambium de 
Windleshor' in elemosinam monachis de Westmonasterio. 

Beremundesee. Rex Willelmus Ruff us dedit Beremundesee in 
elemosinam monachis de Beremundes'. 

Suwerc'. Henricus Rex senior dedit j. hydam in Suwerc in 
elemosinam predictis monachis de Beremundes'. 

Meretun'. Henricus Rex senior dedit Meretun' in elemosinam 
canonicis de Meretun'. 

Niwetun'. Reginaldus Aurifaber tenet j. acram in Niwetun' de 
domino rege in capite per servicium unius galonis de melle reddendo 
domino regi. 

Camerwell'. Gaufridus de Tychesie tenet quartam partem feodi 
j. militis in capite de domino rege de honore Gloucestrie in Camerwell' ; 
et Willelmus comes Gloucestrie 1 eandem partem Alexandro de 
Tychesye qui fuit antecessor ipsius Gaufridi. 

Martinus de Camerwell' tenet feodum j. militis in Camerwell' in 
capite de domino rege de honore Gloucestrie de conquestu Anglie. 

Nicolaus Puinz tenet tres partes feodi j. militis in Camerwell' 
de predicto honore, et Willelmus comes dedit predictas iij 68 partes 
antecessoribus ipsius Nicolai. 

1 Supply dedit. 



70 A.D. 1212. 



s - U« 5 - Magister Philippus tenet ecclesiam de Wimmeldun , de dono S. 

TT 79— SO 

—corit Cantuariensis archiepiscopi et in tali statu valet xx.m. per verum 
dictum Jocii de Wimmeldun' et Godefridi Alexandri de Wimmeldun', 
Osberti de Molendino, Alexandri de Hamton', Turb' de Sienes. 

Rogerus de Susexx' tenet ecclesiam de Niwetun' de dono predicti 
S. et valet viij.m. per verum dictum Walteri de la Hullet Silvestrem 1 
et Osbertum 1 Grundel et Ric' le May et Alan' Driebried' et Sim* 
Grundel. 

HUNDREDUM DE KINGESTUN. 

Syenes. Syenes quod fuit dominicum regis Henricus Rex vetus 
dedit manerium de Syenes antecessoribus Michaelis Belet qui nunc 
tenet per serianteriam pincerne. 

Cumbe. Radulfus Postel tenet j. hydam terre in Cumbe per 
serianteriam, scilicet colligendi lanam regine per* *reddendo 

xx. s. ad scaccarium ; et est in corpore comitatus ; et Henricus 
Rex vetus dedit predictam hydam per predictum servicium predeces- 
soribus ipsius Radulfi. 

Hamme. Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit in Hamme 
quod est membrum de Kingestun' vj. libratas terre, et postea eadem 
pars devenit in manum domini regis et dominus Johannes Rex 
dedit predictam partem Roberto de Moubray qui nunc tenet. 

Dominus Johannes Rex dedit monachis de Clermund' 1. solidatas 
in Hamm. 

Kingeston'. Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit Eustachie 
de Curtenay xxx. solidatas terre in Kingestun'. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius per manum 
Reginaldi clerici in crastino apostolorum Petri et Pauli anno regni 
regis Johannis xiiij . 

[In a later hand: — ] Surr\ In libro. 



SUSSEX. 

S. ij. 5. IN COMITATU SUSSEX'. 

II. 81-85. 

VEREDICTUM MILITUM DE RAPO DE ARUNDELLO. 

Dominus Henricus Rex, pater Matillidis Imperatricis, tenuit 
rapum de Arundello sicut escaitam suam ; post decessum eius 
Henricus Rex, nepos eius, tenuit rapum ilium et lapsu temporis dedit 
totum rapum cum pertinenciis Willelmo comiti Arundelli, avo nunc 
comitis Arundelli, tenendum de eo per servicium iiij xx et iiij. militum 
et dimidii. 

Henricus Rex primus dedit archiepiscopo Cantuariensi ij. feoda 
militum in Slindun, de rapo de Arundello unde servicium exigitur 
a comite Arundelli et comes nichil inde tenet nee ah quid inde recipit. 

Episcopus Exoniensis tenet de domino rege de capellaria de 
Boseham vij. feoda militum et dimidium, unde 

1 So in original (S. ij. 5). 



SUSSEX. 71 



S. ij. 5. Ricardus de Thornie tenet ij. feoda militum ex antiquo tempore, 

I ^lconf 5 Robertus de Elnestede ij. feoda militum, 

Nicholaus de Wancy ij. feoda militum, 
Ricardus de Barentin unum feodum militis, 
Ricardus de Prestetun' dimidium feodum militis. 

VEREDICTUM DE BOSEHAM. 

Dominus Rex Willelmus qui venit ad conquestum Anglie dedit 
manerium de Boseham Willelmo filio Augeri et heredibus suis ad 
feodi firmam, reddendo inde ad scaccarium annua tim xlij.l. argenti 
arsas et ponderatas pro omni servicio, et sic tenuit tota vita sua 
manerium illud et heredes sui ; et postea Willelmus Marescallus 
tenuit manerium illud hereditario 1 , reddendo inde predictam firmam, 
scilicet xlij.l. ad scaccarium domini regis arsas et ponderatas. Rex 
autem Henricus primus acquietavit ad scaccarium suum xxx.s. 
de predicta firma pro escambio quod fecit Willelmo filio Ernulfi de 
terra de Bradebrugg' pro terra in qua sita est abbacia Sancte Marie 
de Prato apud Rotomagum, et v.s. quos idem Rex dedit cuidam 
Willelmo in elemosinam. 

Rogerus 2 de Wlbeding' tenet unam carucatam terre in Wlbeding' 
per serianteriam ex antiquo tempore, ipse et antecessores sui, ad 
deferendum gunfanum in Sudhamtesir' apud Sparkeford. 

In rapo de Hasting', comes de Augo tenuit de domino rege lxiij. 
feoda militum per idem servicium, et sunt in manu domini regis. 

In rapo de Lewes, Willelmus comes Warennie tenet de domino 
rege in capite lxij. feoda militum et hec feoda tenet per totam terram 
suam in Anglia, ut milites dicunt. 

Heredes Bartholomei de Kedneto tenent in villa de Lewes duo 
mesagia de domino rege, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

In rapo de Brembre, Willelmus de Brews' et antecessores eius 
tenuerunt rapum de Brembr' in capite de domino rege et ante- 
cessoribus eius ex conquestu Anglie per servicium x. militum ; 
dominus autem rex habet rapum de Brembre in manu sua. 

In rapo de Pevenesel sunt xxx. feoda militum et dimidium de 
feodo Gileberti de Aquila que comes de Warenne tenet per finem 
factum cum domino rege. 

Henricus de Palern' tenet tenementum suum per servicium 
custodiendi portam de Pevenesel. 

Fulko de Cantolupo tenet manerium de Burn' de domino rege, 
unde antecessores Alardi Flameng faciebant domino regi servicium 
unius militis. 

Robertus Peverel et Robertus Burnard' tenent iij. partes feodi 
j. militis per idem servicium. 

Willelmus de Cresettes tenet manerium de Berling' per dominum 
regem, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

1 Supply jure, or read hereditarie. 

2 There has been a heading to this entry which has been erased. 



72 A.D. 1211 



S. ij. 5. Abbas de Westmonasterio tenet iiij or libratas terre in hundredo 
°l-8f 

ont. 



de Burn', set nescitur de quo nee per quod servicium. 



Daniel pincerna domini regis habet vij. libras redditus in villa de 
Saiford per dominum regem de dominico quod f uit Gilleberti de Aquila. 

Rogerus Tirel tenet j. feodum militis in Chilting' quod solet tenere 
de Hascuil de Praeres per idem servicium. 

Robertus Marmiun tenet manerium de Berewike in dominico, set 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Sarra de Haya tenet manerium de Mildetun' in dominico, set 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Robertus Falconarius tenet Wdetun' per serianteriam ad servandum 
falkones domini regis. 

Warinus filius Gerordi duo feoda militum, set nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

Michael de Wahulle tenet unam partem terre in Subtun', set 
nescitur de quo nee per quod servicium. Et prior de Lewes tenet 
modo idem tenementum de ipso Michaele, set nescitur qualiter. 

Johannes filius Hugonis tenet Hectun' per dominum regem, set 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Eustacia de Curtenay tenet Cumtun', set nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

Abbas de Becco tenet Prestitun', set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Willelmus de Mubray tenet j. feodum militis, set nescitur per 
quod servicium. 

Abbas de Sancto Albano habet c. solidatas terre in Bedingeham, 
set nescitur de quo nee per quod servicium. 

Abbas de Gresten tenet Wilmetun' cum pertinenciis, set nescitur 
per quod servicium. 

Willelmus comes Warennie tenet dimidium feodum militis de 
honore 1 de Stanford. 

Abbas de Bello tenet Alsiestun' cum pertinenciis, set nescitur per 
quod servicium. 

Heres Hugonis de Diva tenet de domino rege iij. feoda militum 
et dimidium de feodo comitis Leicestrie. 

Reginaldus de Trusanvill tenet j. feodum militis de eodem feodo. 

Heres Randulfi de Wrthe j. feodum militis in eodem feodo. 

Nicholaus Hereward tenet unum feodum militis de eodem feodo. 

Philippus de Aubeni 2 unum feodum militis de eodem feodo. 

Willelmus filius Radulfi de Kainnes tenet iiij. feooda militum de 
eodem feodo Leicestrie. 

Willelmus filius Ricardi de Kainnes tenet de domino rege iij. 
feoda militum per idem servicium. 

VEREDICTUM CIVITTM CICESTRIE SUPER INQUISICTONE FACTA PER 

BREVE DOMINI REGIS. 

Martinesgrave et Draieton et Shapewike et Orrea Regis et Egelie 
tempore Regis Henrici senioris pertinentia fuerunt civitati Cicestrie 

1 There is a gap between honore and de Stanford. 

2 After Aubeni supply tenet. 



SUSSEX. 73 



S. ij- 5. s ic quod prepositi Cicestrie receperunt gabulura et tulerunt ad 

I. 81— 8< 

— cont. 



5 scaccarium et modo nichil inde recipiunt. 



Idem Henricus Rex tempore pacis dedit Reginaldo Hareng* x. 
libratas terre de pertinenciis Cicestrie, quia diffactus fuit, videlicet 
Shape wike pro c.s. et terras cultas extra Cicestriam pro c.s., set 
nescitur qualiter ; heredes sui nunc tenent. 

Item idem Henricus dedit de pertinenciis Cicestrie duobus militibus, 
scilicet Conano et Willelmo de Fraxino xx. libratas terre, scilicet 
Draitun' et Martinesgrava de quibus heredes eorum nunc nichil 
tenent ; set quando comes Arundelli Cicestriam et alias predictas 
terras recuperavit eas quibus voluit dedit. 

Item quatuor crofte que solebant reddere civitati Cicestrie iij.s. 
iij.d. sunt inforestate et modo nichil reddunt. 

Item Stormi habuit quandam terram extra Cicestriam ubi gardinum 
domini regis nunc est, que reddidit annuatim x.s. de qua comes de 
Arundello dedit ei in excambium terram in civitate et extra que 
solebat reddere annuatim xviij.s. iiij.d. ob. Et Hugo Sturmi, films 
et heres, tenet illam terram quietam per cartam domini regis et per 
servicium vj.d. annuatim, set postquam idem Hugo habuit cartam 
domini regis, emit terras in civitate que solebant reddere ij.s. ix.d. 
et illas sicut alias tenet per predictam quietanciam. 

H. Cantuariensis archiepiscopus, duobus postremis annis quibus 
fuit justiciarius domini regis, abstraxit a civitate Cicestrie portum 
de Werringes, qui a conquestu Anglie semper fuit pertinens ad 
civitatem Cicestrie et de omnibus consuetudinibus respondebat 
civitati. 

Item vij. messuagia fuerunt extra civitate ubi fossatum nunc 
est, que solebant reddere annuatim vij.s., et modo nichil reddunt. 

Item xl.s. de firma Cicestrie dati sunt annuatim monachis de 
Arundello et x.s. capelle de castello de Arundello ; set nescimus pro 
certo per quern. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius in octdbis Sancti 
Johannis per manum vicecomitis anno regni Regis Johannis xiij . 

[In a later hand : — ] Sussex. In libro. 



SOUTHAMPTON. 



S. ij. 5. I ST I TENENT DE DOMINO REGE IN SUTW IN CAPITE ET 

S. ij. 4. PER SERIANTERIAS. 

{22. ~ Rogerus de Viliers tenet de domino rege feodum dimidii militis 
in Puttelesword'. 

Stephanus de Hanton' feodum dimidii militis in Welewe. 

Willelmus de NevilT et Johannes de Monemue et Albreda de 
Boterel' j. hidam terre in Dune de baronia que fuit Walteri Walerand'. 

Gaufridus de Porton' j. hidam terre in Westuterlie per servicium 
inveniendi j. servientem cum haubergello per xl. dies in Anglia. 

Ricardus de CardunvilT in eadem villa j. hidam terre per idem 
servicium. 



74 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 5. Ricardus Archeruus dimidiam hidam terre in Benetlegh per 
jj^ ii',^22 servicium inveniendi j. servientem cum haubergello et arcu et 
'—cont. sagittis ad custum domini regis. 

Robertus 1 de Tresgoz tenet feodum ij. militum in Septon de honore 
de Ewias. 

Stephanus de Torneham tenet manerium de Frollebur' per 
serianteriam custodiendi hostium domini regis de hereditate uxoris 
sue. 

Willelmus de Edmundestorp' tenet j . virgatam terre per serianteriam 
foreste set illam non habet. 

Petrus filius Herberti tenet villain de Aclie per serianteriam in 
hospicio domini regis,. 

Radulfus Monachus tenet in Liuesulve j. hidam terre per seri- 
anteriam. 

Oliverus 2 de Ponchardon' et Willelmus Cosin' tenent ij. partes 
de Faccumb' et Tangelie per servicium duarum parcium j. militis. 

Willelmus de la Faleis tenet Rugenor per servicium inveniendi 
j. servientem in castro Wintonie. 

Ricardus Brito tenet medietatem de Lie et de Cherch per servicium 
tercie partis j. militis de honore de Richemond'. 

Rogerus Merkes tenet ij. partes de Lie per servicium maris 
versus Britanniam. 

Robertus Maudut tenet villain de Hertlie per camerariam ad 
scaccarium. 

Robertus de Venoiz tenet unam partem de Worildham per 
serianteriam in hospicio domini regis, scilicet per mariscaciam et 
Rex Willelmus dedit illam Galfrido mariscallo. 

Idem tenet la Flexland' per idem servicium. 

Gilebertus de Achangr' tenet Achangr' per veneriam. 

Elyas Croc tenet Eston cum pertinenciis per feodum j. militis. 

Gilebertus de Torn' tenet villain de Hacche per servicium inveniendi 
j. servientem cum arcu et sagittis per j. mensem in Anglia. 

Willelmus de Cosham tenet Cosham per servicium unius servientis 
in castro Porcestrie cum haubergello per xv. dies in tempore gwerre. 

Willelmus de Borhont j. carucatam terre in Borhont per idem 
servicium. 

Henricus de Wansted tenet v. solidatas terre in Wansted' per 
predictum servicium per viij. dies in castro Porcestrie. 

Robertus de Retham tenet iij. virgatas terre cum pertinenciis 
per servicium j. servientis ad pedes per viij. dies in castro Porcestrie. 

Robertus Camerarius tenet Litele de camera regis per servicium 
camere. 

Idem tenet in Ferly xl. solidatas terre de dono regis per idem 
servicium. 

Hugo de Chikeulle tenet Ul vest on' per serianteriam unius servientis 
pedes per xl. dies cum arcu et sagittis in Anglia. 

Heres Henrici Biset tenet Samelhurst in capite de domino rege 
in parte baronie sue. 

Comes de Insula tenet honorem de Cristcurch' et Insule in parte 
servicii xv. militum quos debet domino regi \n Anglia. 



1 On margin opposite this entry is written milit. 

2 On margin opposite this entry is written milit'. 



SOUTHAMPTON. 75 



S. ij. 5. Andreas Mobert tenet iij. partes j. hide terre in Aven' per 

IT S * *^' ^2 serianteriam j. servientis cum aubergello per xl. dies in Anglia. 

'—cont. Willelmus Spileman tenet j. karucam terre in Brokenst' per 

serianciam j. servientis cum aubergello per xl. dies in Anglia, et 

preterea inveniet literam ad lectum domini regis et fenum ad 

palefridos suos, quando dominus rex jacuerit apud Brokenrst'. 

Reginaldus de Buteston' et Matilldis de Yvetis tenent in Yvetis 
j. carucatam terre per servicium j. servientis cum aubergello per 
xl. dies in Anglia et preterea debent invenire domino regi quando 
jacuerit apud Yvez literam ad lectum suum et fenum ad palefridos. 

Idem Reginaldus tenet in Totinton' j. virgatam terre per servicium 
j. servientis cum aubergello. 

Andreas de Yvetis tenet ibidem j. virgatam terre ; hii duo 
faciunt unum servicium. 

Willelmus de Warblinton' tenet Scirefeld per seriantiam marescaucie 
in domo regis. 

Oliverus de Vallibus tenet Vargeburn' in barunia cum uxore que 
fuit Henrici de la Mare. 

Willelmus de Feritate tenet Stokes de parte baronie sue de 
Normannia. 

Waleranus de Munceus tenet Cumpton 1 per seriantiam maris- 
caucie. 

Robertus de Mandewill' tenet lx. solidatas terre in Hulle de honore 
de Tillie. 

Robertus de Meisy tenet Peniton' pro feodo dimidii militis de 
honore Glocestrie. 

Walterus de Everlie tenet j. virgatam terre in Andevr' pro xij.d. 
per annum. 

Elyas Croc tenet in Andevr' j. virgatam terre per seriantiam. 

Rogerus de Mortemer tenet Wordiam de baronia sua quam habet 
in Wallia. 

Angnes de Poppham tenet v. hidas terre in Bensted' in sockagio 
pro c.s. 

Adam de Bendenges tenet Lis per feodum j. militis. 

Idem tenet Morhal' et j. hidam terre in Helvetham per idem 
servicium. 

Ysolda Bitet 2 tenet Rokeburn' de parte baronie que fuit Henrici 
viri sui. 

Thomas Bloet tenet Wordie cum herede Almerici Despensatoris. 

Willelmus Briewer tenet Sumburn' per servicium ij. militum. 

Adam de Stapele tenet xxxvij. solidatas terre in Stapelegh' per 
serianciam. 

Adam de Gurdon tenet xij. libra tas terre in Thisted per idem 
servicium. 

Heredes Cobbe fabri tenent in Elinges xxij. solidatas et vj. 
denariatas terre pro 1. sagittis. 

Aimericus de Sacy tenet de domino rege manerium de Berton' et 
lx.s. terre in Seleburn' per servicium j. militis. 

Emma de Cler' tenet in Elinges cxvij. solidatas et viij. denariatas 
et obolatas terre per baillium regis. 

1 S. ij. 5 reads Cu Cumpton by dittography. 2 Read Biset. 



76 AD. 1212. 



S. ij. 5. Thomas de Windlesor' tenet x. marcatas terre in Suberton* per 
II 11 1 7-122 serianciam ad scacarium. 
—com. Prior de Merton' tenet de tenemento domini regis in Basingestok 1 
j. hydam terre in Horselegh. 

Magar' de Wernun tenet Freschewatere per servicium j. militis. 

Walterus Foilet tenet in Ekeresbur' ij. carucatas terre per servicium 
j. servientis ad aubergellum per xl. dies in Anglia. 

Henricus de Lindehirst tenet in Lindhurst et in Yvez et in Brocle 
j. karucatam terre et j. serianciam foreste unde reddit x.l. 

Hugo de Godeshulle tenet in Linwod' j. carucatam terre et balli- 
vam suam unde reddit per annum lx.s. et pro quadam vaccaria 
XXX. s. 

Galfridus de Badeslie tenet in Friham et in Badeslie dimidiam 
carucatam terre et ballivam suam unde reddit per annum lx.s. et 
pro j. vaccaria xxx.s. 

Rogerus de Borlegh tenet ibidem dimidiam carucatam terre et 
ballivam suam unde reddit per annum xxx.s. et pro j. vaccaria 
xxx.s. 

Heres Eustachii Folchir tenet in Batrameslie dimidiam carucatam 
terre et ballivam suam pro xxx.s. et ij. vaccarias lx.s. 

Radulfus de Kantarton' tenet ibidem de domino rege quartam 
partem j. carucate terre pro xij.s. per annum pro omni servicio. 

Alviva de Berlegh tenet in Borlegh de domino rege x. acras terre 
pro xij.s. pro omni servicio. 

Elias Peverell tenet ibidem vj. acras terre pro vj.s. pro omni 
servicio. 

Ricardus de Bottesasse et Rocelin tenent ibidem j. bovatam terre 
in Batteseass pro vj.s. 

Johannes de Evereus tenuit et Ricardus Bot et Basilia tenent in 
HardeF dimidiam carucatam terre pro j.m. 

Ricardus de Hollebur' tenet in Hollebur' terciam partem j. carucate 
terre pro v.s. per annum. 

Reginaldus Bot et Walterus de Langeleye tenent ij. bovatas 
pro xij.s. 

Gilebertus de la Dene tenet de domino rege terram in Den' unde 
reddit ad scaccarium per 2 xxxj.s. iiij.d. 

Hugo de Wareburn' tenet terciam partem j. carucate et j. vaccariam 
pro xxx.s. per annum. 

Rogerus de Faleliegth tenet x. acras terre et xij. 3 vacc' pro xviij.s. 

Johannes de Yppeleigh tenet ij. bovatas terre et j. vaccariam 
pro xxx.s. 

Willelmus de Brochleg' tenet ibidem dimidiam carucatam terre 
et j. vaccariam pro xxx.s. 

Stephanus Harpor tenet in Bremblessath iiij. acras terre pro ij.s. 

Ci vitas Sud Hamt' tota est de dominie o regis et omnes in ilia 
manentes feodati sunt de antecessoribus domini regis. 

1 This word is badly written in the original return. S. ij. 4 reads 
Basingestok'; II. 119 reads Basingeshes. 

2 After per supply annum. 

3 So in the original (S. ij. 5), but query. 



SOUTHAMPTON. 77 

Ci vitas Wintonie. 

S. ij. 5. In civitate Wintonie est quedam terra quam Rex Henricus, pater 
II s 11 1 ^ 1 4 02 domini regis, dedit Wassail' cantatori et heredibus suis reddendo 
'—conL annuatim ad scaccarium dimidiam libram scimini. 

Dominus rex habet quoddam tenementum in civitate Wintonie 
ubi aula sua fuit antiquitus et valet per annum xv.s. et vj.d. quos 
constabularius Wintonie rescipit, set nescimus per cuius liberacionem. 

Dominus Rex Johannes dedit Willelmo tailatori suo quandam 
domum in Wintonia que fuit de dominio suo que vocatur Chup- 
manneshalle. 

Dominus Rex Henricus, pater domini regis, dedit G. filio Petri 
quandam domum in civitate Wintonie que fuit Thome le Brun' 
quam dominus rex habuit de excaeta cum aliis terris suis in Wintonia. 

Heredes Arturi de Parrok tenent quandam terram vacuam de 
eodem tenemento per liberacionem Willelmi Eliensis episcopi qui 
fuit cancellarius Regis Ricardi, set non scimus per quod servicium. 

Thomas Silvestr' tenet quandam terram de eodem tenemento 
per liberacionem eiusdem episcopi, set nescimus per quod servicium. 

Idem Thomas tenet quandam terram de eodem tenemento quam 
Nicholaus de Limeseye tenuit per liberacionem eiusdem episcopi. 

Petrus Piscator tenet quandam terram de eodem tenemento per 
liberacionem baronum de scaccario et reddit ad scaccarium annuatim 
iiij.s. 

Dominus rex habuit de escaeta quandam terram vacuam in vico 
Judeorum quam dedit Alano Sparue, servient! G. filii Petri. 

Willelmus de Feritate tenet Weston' et villam de Stokes in baronia 
ex conquestu Anglie. 

Dominus Rex Ricardus dedit canonicis de Sancto Deonisio in 
elemosina c.s. terre extra burgum Sudh' que allocata est burgensibus 
de Sudh' pro c.s. in firma sua. 

Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit j. hidam terre in LidesulT 
Radulfo Monacho. 

Robertus Camerarius tenet Ferley per camerariam, et dominus 
rex dedit servicium Willelmo Brewer. 

Rex Willelmus dedit abbacie de Hida dimidiam partem de Awelton' 

cum ecclesia et v. hidas terre cum ecclesia in escambium cuiusdam 

terre que fuit predicte abbacie ubi dominus Rex Willelmus 

fecit * * 

S. ij. 5. Idem 1 Rex Willelmus dedit abbacie de Bello v. hidas terre in Anestie 

J in elemosinam. 

Rex Stephanus dedit monachis de Waverle xxxvij. libra tas terre 
et j. marcatam terre in elemosinam. 

Canonici de Merton' tenent quandam terram in Hesulle que 
S. ij. 5. vocatur L 2 * * per dominum Regem Johannem, sed nescimus 

quo modo. 

Uxor Andree le Seintir tenet j. mesuagium in Wintonia sine servicio 
quod sole * * reddere manerio de Basingestok' ij.s. 

1 From this point II. 122 ceased to copy S. ij. 5 

2 Read La Garston'. From this point S. ij. 4 ceased to copy S. ij. 5, with 
the note Non potuit plus scribi de isto comitatu propter defectum in rotulo 
exemplaris. 



78 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 5 Robertus de Hacch' tenet villam de Hacch' de Gileberto de Torn' 
—com. e £ id em * * <j e domino rege per seriantiam. 

Alanus Basset tenet Malveldurewell et Niuenham de domino 
rege. 

Petrus filius Herberti tenet Weston' de domino rege, set 
nescimus * * 

Robertus de Venuz tenet villam de Nutlie per serianciam. 

Rex Johannes dedit Ricardo de la Lande xxxv. solidatas et iiij. 
denariatas terre in * * servicium. 

Ricardus Rex dedit monialibus de Fonte Everrardi * * 

molandinum in villa de Portesm'. 

Willelmus de la Wike tenet domum in Portesm' que fuit * * 

Wincent' de Hasting, et valet per annum xiiij.s. et dominus T * * 

Matheus de Wallop tenet terram de La Wodecote cum cus 1 * * 

Dominus Rex Johannes canonicis de Sudwic v. marcas redditus 

* * idem canonici tenent quandam partem de villa de 

* * 

Gilebertus de la Den tenet in eod' * * et . . . per 

preceptum domini regis. 

Henricus Rex senior dedit Roberto * * . . . et 

Robertus Penar' * * 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius in crastino 
octavarum Sancti Johannis Evangeliste per manus Radulfi de NovilV 
clerici anno regis Johannis xiiif. 



SOMERSET. 

S. ij. 6. Inquisicio 2 facta de omnibus feudis militum et de omnibus 
tenementis sive sint in burgo sive extra que 3 rege tenentur in capite 
per servicium militare vel per servicium qualecunque et qui ea 
teneant et per quod servicium : similiter de tenementis que 
antiquitus de domino rege vel de progenitoribus suis regibus Anglie 
teneri solent que sunt data vel alienata per maritagium vel per 
elemosinam vel alio modo quo modo minus tenentur de domino 
rege in capite in comitatu Sumerset'. 

IN HTJNDREDO DE SUMERTON. 

Dominus Rex Henricus, pater regis Anglie, dedit Roberto filio 
Bernardi Hamme, quod pertinebat ad manerium de Sum[erton', 
quod] modo pertinet ad Niweton' ad foresteriam quam Willelmus 
de Wrotham modo tenet per servicium foresterie. 

Ricardus Revel junior tenet Lamport et Cury ex dono Regis 
Ricardi per feudum ij. militum que pertinebant [ad] eundem 4 
[manerium]. 

1 Read custodia domorum regis et porte castelli et gaole Wintonie. 

2 S. ij. 6 is in bad condition. Words in brackets are supplied from I. 699- 
711, which omits this heading. 

3 After que supply de. 4 Read idem. 



SOMERSET. 79 



s - ij- 6 - Ricardus Revel senior tenet ex dono Regis Ricardi lx. solidatas 
699-71 J 
— cont. 



de redditu de Sumerton' per j. austurcum sorum. 



Dominus Rex Johannes dedit Roberto de Novo Mercato 1 x. libratas 
terre in Herdecot'. in escambium de Polstoka 2 . 

Dominus Rex Henricus pater dedit Ricardo Robbe Sterta quod 
fuit escheta vigilatorum de Monte Acuto, reddendo inde j. gruem. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Cammel de domino rege in dominico 
ex dono domini Regis Johannis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE LA HORETHURN' ET DE MULEBORN'. 

Dominus Rex Johannes dedit Roberto de Veteri Ponte xxx. libratas 
terre extra villam de Muleborn' pro servicio suo, s[et nescijtur quod 
servicium inde facit. 

Henricus Cornubiensis tenet j. molendinum cum pertinenciis 
apud Wika ex dono domini Regis Johannis, reddendo inde [anjnuatim 
xxx.s. 

Ricardus de Muleborn' tenet dimidiam hidam terre de domino 
rege Anglie reddendo inde singulis annis xx.s., set [nescitur] de cuius 
dono antecessores sui illam primo receperunt. 

Willelmus Malet tenet j. virgatam terre in Burgelea, reddendo 
inde singulis annis x.s. de domino rege, sed [nescitur quis] illam 
primo dedit. 

Huwardus de Bikelegh tenet in Hole wale viij. libratas terre de 
dono comitis Reginaldi, qui antecessori[bus suis illas] dedit per 
serianteriam servandi ancipitres domini regis. 

Homines de Muleborn' tenent de domino rege forum et placita 
de Muleborn' ad firmam pro c.s. 

Jacobus de Novo Mercato tenet Horsington' et Chireton' in dominico 
de domino rege. 

ivelcestr'. 

Hundredus de la Stan' abstractus est de dominico domini regis 
de Ivelcestr' qui pertinebat ad burgum de Ivelcestr' tempore Henrici 
Regis Anglie, et burgenses inde reddiderunt xl.s. singulis annis et 
modo predicti xl.s. computantur eis in firma sua. 

Willelmus Dacus tenet vj.l. x.s. de redditu in eodem burgo per 
donum domini regis et illos defendit per iiij. partem feudi j. militis 
que computantur eis in firma sua. Preterea tenet xl.s. de molendino 
domini regis qui computantur predictis burgensibus in firma sua. 
Idem etiam tenet pasturam que vocatur Hethinga absque servicio. 

Preterea ecclesia Sancti Johannis est in dona ci one domini regis 
cum pertinentiis, sed Willelmus Dacus habet redditum de terra que 
pertinet ad ecclesiam, scilicet de x. acris fructiferis xvj.d. et de una 
acra et dimidia terre ij.d. ob. et de Alba Aula ij.d. q. sed inde non 
facit servicium. 

Ricardus Revel tenet quoddam pratum quod pertinet ad dominicum 
domini regis et valet per annum ij.s. sed nullum facit servicium, 
et ita minus valet dominicum domini regis de ij.s. per annum. 

Willelmus Hyuns dedit secum terram suam de Ivelcestr' ad 
hospitale Ierosolyme que pertinebat ad dominicum domini regis, 
[et] minus valet dominicum domini regis per annum de xij.d. 

1 Bead Novo Burgo. 2 Read Porstoka. 



80 A.D. 1212. 

S. ij. 6. Burgenses de Ivelcestr' tenent de domino rege Ivelcestr' ad feudum 

T fiQQ— 71 1 

' —cont. fi rmam respondendo inde annuatim ad scaccarium domini regis 
xix.l. x.s. in alba moneta. 

IN HUNDREDO DE LA STAN'. 

Ricardus de Heselbere tenet in capite de domino rege duas hydas 
terre in villa de Presteton' appendentes ad baroniam de Heselbere. 

Willelmus Walensis tenet de domino rege in Niweton' j. hidam 
terre reddendo inde annuatim ad scaccarium Londoniarum ad festum 
Sancti Michaelis j. dubelerum et j. manutergium. 

IN HUNDREDO DE KATESAISSE. 

Ricardus Briwer' tenet de domino rege feudum j. militis et dimidii 
in hundredo de Katesaisse de honore Mortonie faciendo inde servicium 
domini regis. 

Willelmus films Martini tenet de domino rege feudum j. militis 
in eodem hundredo de honore de Blakedon' faciendo inde servicium. 

Henricus Luvel tenet de domino rege Kary cum pertinenciis 
faciendo inde servicium regale, scilicet inveniendo inde iiij or milites 
unde ij. sunt de honore Mortonie et ij. de honore de Kary. 

Jacobus de Novo Mercato tenet feuda iij. militum et iiij or partes 
j. militis in hundredo de Katesaisse unde v. hyde faciunt j. militem 
faciendo inde servicium regale. Idem Jacobus tenet Northkadebir' 
in dominico de domino rege. 

Willelmus de Monte Acuto tenet de domino rege in dominico 
iiij or partes j. militis in hundredo predicto, unde quinque partes 
faciunt feudum j. militis de honore Mortonie. 

Johannes de Banavill' tenet de domino rege apud Lideford' feudum 
ij. militum de honore Glowecestrie. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet de domino rege in dominico Babekary, 
scilicet feudum j. militis de honore Mortonie. 

IN HUNDREDO DE BRIWETON'. 

Prior de Briweton' tenet de domino rege hundredum et forum de 
Briweton' et j. molendinum in eadem villa et j. carucatam terre 
in Cumba reddendo inde annuatim ad scaccarium n media quad- 
ragesima 1 ij. marcas argenti de feodo Camerarii de TankarevhT. 

Prior Cartusie tenet Witeham de domino rege in elemosinam de 
dono domini Regis Henrici. 

Willelmus de Monte Acuto tenet Gerlingeton' de domino rege de 
feodo Mortonie et facit servicium cum corpore suo, sed nescitur 
quantum. 

Henricus Luvel tenet de domino rege Hunewika et Pidecumba 
et Colna in hundredo de Briweton' et habet feudum iiij or militum, 
scilicet in Midelton' feudum r. militum de magno feudo, in Redlis 
feudum ij. militum de parvo feudo ; Pidecumbam et Colnam tenet 
Alicia mater sua in dote ; Hunewik tenet Matillis uxor fratris sui in 
dote de eo. 

Henricus de Karevill' tenet de domino rege de feodo Camerarii 
de Tankarevill terra m suam per servicium j. militis per xv. dies in 

1 S. ij. 6 has xl. 



SOMERSET. 81 



S. ij. 6. Anglia ad custum domini sui cum equis et armis, et est de antique- 
L l 9 c 9 on 7 ( 11 fefamento. 

IN HUNDREDO DE NORTON'. 

Reginaldus de Punz tenet Norton' cum hundredo in capite de 
domino rege, et est heritagium uxoris sue et dominus Rex Henricus 
primus illam Norton' cum predictis cum Juliana Jordano de Aufei 1 
in maritagium', et facit servicium domino regi de corpore suo. 

Walterus de Aslega tenet de domino rege Stokes et Cukelingeton' 
de feudo Mortonie et facit servicium cum corpore suo. 

Willelmus de Monte Acuto tenet Septon' de domino rege de parvo 
feudo Mortonie et facit servicium cum corpore suo. 

IN HUNDREDO DE FROMA. 

Wandr' de Curcell' tenet iij am partem j. militis in Froma de 
domino rege faciendo servicium regale. 

Henricus de Cultura tenet de domino rege duas partes j. militis 
faciendo inde servicium regale. 

Odo de Wandestr' tenet feudum dimidii militis apud Merston' 
faciendo inde servicium regale. 

IN HUNDREDO DE WELEWE. 

Comes Saresberie tenet Henton' et Norton' de domino rege in 
capite, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

IN HUNDREDO DE BATHONIA INFRA ET EXTRA. 

Prior Bathonie tenet de domino rege hundredum de Bathonia 
extra et la Berton' de Bathonia in perpetuam elemosinam ex dono 
Regis Johannis reddendo inde singulis annis ad scaccarium domini 
regis xx.l. 

Idem etiam prior tenet tres hidas in Hamton' et villam de 
Claverton' ex dono Regis Henrici primi in perpetuam elemosinam 
nichil inde reddendo nisi oraciones. 

Idem etiam prior tenet Bathoniam de domino rege dum domino 
regi placet, reddendo inde singulis annis xxx.l. ad scaccarium. 

Johannes de Colecestr' tenet archidiaconatum de Bathonia ex 
dono episcopi Bathoniensis post interdictum sibi datum. 

IN HUNDREDO DE KAINESHAM. 

Fulco de Alneto tenet totam terram suam in Sumerset et alibi 
per feudum j. militis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE CHIWETONA. 

Chiwton' est de dominico domini regis et est in manu sua, et vice- 
comes Sumerset inde respondet. 

IN HUNDREDO DE [CHIW]. 2 

Radulfus Alius Willelmi tenuit Timbresbergam per feudum j. 
militis, et est modo in manu domini regis. 

1 Supply dedit. 

2 The name of the hundred is illegible in S. ij. 6 and is omitted in I. 704. 

Wt. 3705. 9 6 



82 A.D. 1212. 



T Mj« 6 - WELLES. 

I. 699-711 . 

—cont. Episcopatus de Bathonia est in manu domini regis et Thomas 
Peverel de villa de Welles respondit, et respondeat de feudis militum 
et aliis tenementis. 

HONOR GLASTON'. 

Prior Glaston' tenet terrain suam in elemosinam et facit inde 
domino regi servicium xxxij. militum et dimidii. 

Episcopus Bathoniensis habet quartam partem de terris ecclesie 
que est in manu domini regis et debet domino regi vij. milites et 
dimidium. 

Robertus de Columbariis tenet feudum j. militis de honore de 
Kington' qui est in manu domini regis. 

Ecclesia de Subbrenta est in manu domini regis que data fuit 
archidiacono Wellensi. 

IN HUNDREDO DE CUNGRESBIR'. 

Willelmus de Hamton' tenet Bageworthe de domino rege per j. 
austurium sorum. 

Hugo Witeng' tenet Grenmere quod fuit membrum de Cungresbir' 
de dominico domini regis ; servicium inde nescitur. 

Domina Custancia de Pukereleston' tenet Pukereleston' inveniendo 
j. hominem et j. equum et j. saccum et j. securim ad sumonicionem 
domini regis ad exercitum suum in Wallia. 

Dominus Rex Henrieus, avus 1 domini regis, dedit Lockin Gaufrido 
de Dun pro c. solidatis terre, et nescitur quod servicium inde [facit]. 

Idem dominus rex dedit Reginaldo filio Hugin Norton', Draicot, 
Rugeberg' pro feudo j. militis. 

ceddr'. 

Dominus Rex Henrieus, pater domini regis Anglie, dedit monachis 
de Chartusa Cedderford' in elemosinam et nihil modo reddit [que 
solejbat ante reddere per annum xl.s. 

Dominus Rex Henrieus, avus 1 domini regis, dedit Roberto 
Malherbe dimidiam virgatam terre a la Huthe, set nescitur per quod 
[servicium]. 

Willelmus Merescaldus tenet in eodem manerio de domino rege 
j. hidam terre, et servicium inde nescitur. 

IN HUNDREDO DE WINTERSTOK'. 

Willelmus de Curtenay tenet in capite de domino rege feudum 
j. militis in Worle. 

Willelmus filius Martini tenet Blakedon' pro feudo ij. militum. 

Willelmus filius Johannis tenet Estharpetre pro dimidio feudo 
militis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE BEDMESTON'. 

Episcopus Bathoniensis dedit post interdictum decanatum de Welles 
Magistro Radulfo de Lechelada, sed est in manu domini regis. 

1 Read proavus. 



SOMERSET. 83 



S - ij- 6 - IN HUNDREDO DE PIRITONA. 

1.699-711 _ __ _ _ 

—cont. Domina Matillis de Chandos tenet Piriton' de domino rege ; 
pertinet ad baroniam de Staweie. 

IN HUNDREDO DE HARECLIFE. 

Fulco de Alneto tenet Aiston' de domino rege faciendo inde 
servicium domini regis sicut pro aliis terris suis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE KINEMERESDON'. 

Hascuiir de Sulleny tenet Kinemeresdon' in capite de domino 
rege pro quarte j. militis ex dono Regis Henrici [primi]. 

Hauisia de Curtenay tenet Hemmigton' in capite de domino 
rege pertinentem ad baroniam suam de Ocumeton', [set] nescitur 
per quod servicium. 

Oliverus de Dinant tenet Bocland' in capite de domino rege 
pertinentem ad baroniam suam de Hertiland, sed nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

IN HUNDREDO DE DULVERTON\ 

Hugo de TurbervilP tenet manerium de Dulverton' in capite de 
domino rege pro warda facienda apud Brechinoc de dono Regis 
Henrici, avi Regis Henrici, patris Johannis Regis, qui manerium illud 
dedit H. de TurbervilP. 

IN HUNDREDO DE KARENTON. 

Reginaldus de Moiun tenet Dunestorre cum pertinenciis in capite 
de domino rege per servicium xl. militum et dimidii de conquestu 
Anglie. 

Henricus de Pomeria tenet Hor' in capite de domino rege ; nescimus 
quo servicio nee cuius dono. 

Robertus de MandevilP tenet Winemeresham et est de baronia 
sua de Merswd'. 

Warinus Alius Geroldi tenet Wtton' et est de baronia sua de Stok' 
Curcy. 

Abel de Hunecot' tenet dimidiam virgatam terre in Hunecot de 
domino rege per oracionem, quam Willelmus Rex Anglie dedit Edithe 
in puram et perpetuam elemosinam quia vir suus occisus fuit in 
servicio domini regis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE WILITON'. 

Matillis de Chandos tenet Stawee cum aliis terris suis per servicium 
x. militum de domino rege. 

Mauricius de Gant' tenet Cantokesheved et Hiwis per servicium 
feodi dimidii militis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE CANTINTON\ 

Warinus films Geroldi tenet Stok. 

Mauricius de Gant tenet Stokland de domino rege per servicium 
iiij e partis j. militis. 

Helena Hostiaria tenet Wigeberga et alias terras suas in Sumerset' 
per hostiaritatem de domino rege. 



84 A.D. 1212. 



s - ij- 6 - IN HUNDREDO DE TANTON'. 

I. 699-711 

—cont. Episcopus Wintoniensis tenet manerium de Tanton cum pertinenciis 
in capite de domino rege pertinens ad episcopatum Wintonie, et 
est de baronia sua. 

Johannes de Monte Acuto tenet Bradeford' et Nortun de domino 
rege per servicium ij. militum de honore Moretonie. 

IN HUNDREDO DE NORPERETON'. 

Johannes de Erleg' tenet manerium de Norpereton' et forinsecum 
hundredum de domino rege ad feodi firmam reddendo inde annuatim 
c.s. ad scaccarium. 

Willelmus de Monte Acuto tenet Chedesie quod fuit antiquitus 
membrum de predicto manerio, set nescimus quo servicio ; et illud 
membrum dedit Henricus Rex vetus Rogero de MandeviH', set nescimus 
quo servicio. Idem rex dedit Grandon' Fulconi de Alneto quod 
fuit manerium 1 antiquitus de predicto manerio pro dimidia marca 
solvenda ad scaccarium et heredes illius, qui nunc tenent Grandon', 
tantum solvunt ad scaccarium. 

Mauricius de Gant tenet Poolet de domino rege per servicium 
dimidii feodi j. militis et fuit membrum antiquitus de predicto 
manerio ; et illud membrum dedit Henricus senex Fulconi de Alneto. 2 

Willelmus de Wroteham tenet baroniam de AmbrevilP 3 de domino 
rege et etiam omnes alias terras et nescimus quo servicio de dono 
Ricardi Regis. 

HUNDREDUM DE ANDREASFELD'. 

Canonici de Tanton' tenent unam pasturam super Cantok de dono 
Johannis Regis in puram elemosinam que vocatur Kingeshill et 
solebat reddere per annum ad scaccarium apud London' xvj.d. 

Willelmus de Monte Acuto tenet Uggesholl' de domino rege et 
est membrum de Sumerton' pro x.s. per annum, set nescimus de 
dono cuius. 

HUNDREDUM DE MILVERTON'. 

Walterus de Esseleg tenet Esse Britel in capite de domino rege 
per servicium j. militis de antiquo feffamento. 

Adam de Stawell' tenet partem de Langeford' que fuit Ricardi 
de BuddevilP voluntate domini Johannis Regis per servicium feodi 
dimidii militis. 

Willelmus Briwer' tenet manerium de Milverton' de domino rege 
cum herede de Torinton', et est de baronia sua. 

HUNDREDUM DE MUERTOK. 

Willelmus de Fienes tenet manerium de Mortok quod fuit de 
dominico domini regis de dono comitis Willelmi filii Reginaldi 4 filii 

1 Read membrum. 

2 S. ij. 6 has here the following entry struck out : Girardus de Bratton' 
tenet dimidiam virgatam terre de manerio Norpereton' ut sit serviens 
errans ad West de Perret, set non t\ 

3 Read AubervuT. Cf. Exeter Domesday. *. 

4 For Reginald] filii read Regis. See Calendar of Charter Rolls, vol. ii. 
p. 34, and Genealogist, vol. xii. p. 148. 



SOMERSET. 85 



S. ij. 6. Stephani qui manerium predictum dedit [Faramol de Bolonia pro 
1.699-711 • • • ^ t,- r r 

—cont. servicio ]. mihtis. 

Galfridus de Sancto Claro tenet Stapelton' de domino rege per 

serianteriam [scilicet per] imam tualliam ferendam coram domina 

regina ad festa Pasche [et Pentecostes et] ad nativitatem Domini et 

ad domini regis coronacionem. 

HUNDREDUM DE NORCURI. 

CanoniciWellenses tenent manerium de Northcuri [cum pertinenciis in 
puram et perpejtuam elemosinam de domino rege de dono Ricardi Regis. 

Radulfus Malet tenet viij. libratas terre in eodem [manerio in 
escambio terre sue] de Wuttheham de dono Henrici Regis, patris 
Johannis Regis, [per servicium vicesime partis unius militis] quod 
facit Willelmo Malet. 

Odo de Wandestr' tenet vij. libratas terre in eodem manerio in 
escambio [terre sue de Witheham] de dono predicti regis per servicium 
xx me partis feodi j. militis quod facit Jacobo de [Novo Mercato]. 

HUNDREDUM DE COCR'. 

Robertus de MandevilP tenet Hardinton' de domino rege per 
servicium j. militis de con[questu] Anglie. 

HUNDREDUM DE CRUKERE. 

Willelmus comes Devonie tenet manerium de Crukere de domino 
rege et defendit predictum manerium cum ceteris terris suis, set 
nescimus quo servicio. 

Nicholaus de Meriet tenet Meriet in capite de domino rege per 
servicium ij. militum de conquestu Anglie, scilicet j. feodum de 
honore Glovernie et aliud de honore Mortonie. 

HUNDREDUM DE HUNDESBERG'. 

Ricardus de Haselberg' tenet Haselberg' de domino rege per 
servicium j. militis. 

Johannes de Monte Acuto tenet Ciselberg' de domino rege per 
servicium j. militis. 

Ricardus Briwer tenet Odecumb' cum pertinenciis de domino 
rege per servicium j. militis et est de baronia sua. 

Monachi de Monte Acuto tenent manerium de Monte Acuto cum 
pertinenciis de domino rege de dono comitis Moretonie in puram 
et perpetuam elemosinam. Iidem monachi tenent unum parcum 
de dono domini Regis Johannis in puram et perpetuam elemosinam. 
Iidem monachi tenent Tetteburg' quod fuit membrum antiquitus de 
Norpereton' per donum Henrici Regis veteris. Iidem monachi 
tenent Hamme quod fuit me[mbrum] antiquitus de Northcuri de dono 
predicti Regis Johannis. 

HUNDREDUM DE TINTEELL'. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Stok' de domino rege cum herede Roberti 
de Bello Campo per servicium ij. militum de feodo Moretonie. 



86 A.D. 1212. 



i 690-711 R°g erus de Vilers tenet Kingestan' de domino rege per servicium 

' c ~ nt feodi dimidii militis de feodo Moretonie. 

Abbas de Alingenye tenet Alingn' et omnes alias terras suas per 
orationes pro domino rege. 

HUNDREDUM DE ABBEDICK. 

Willelmus Malet tenet Curi de domino rege et alias terras per 
servicium xx. militum. 

Abbas de Mucheln' tenet Ileministr' et omnes alias terras suas 
pertinentes ad abbaciam suam per servicium j. militis. 

Willelmus de Monte Acuto tenet Dunniete de domino rege set 
nescimus quo servicio. 

Ricardus de Atrio tenet Bikehell' de domino rege per servicium 
j. militis. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Hach' de domino rege cum herede Roberti 
de Bello Campo, set nescimus quo servicio. 

Robertus de Vallibus tenet Esselle de domino rege, set nescimus 
quo servicio. 

Johannes de Briwes tenet Staple de domino rege per servicium 
dimidii militis et est de feodo de Biard'. 1 

HUNDREDUM DE BULESTAN\ 

Walterus de Esseleg' tenet Swell' de domino rege ; nescimus quo 
servicio. 

Willelmus de Wroteham tenet Cattangre de domino rege de dono 
R[icardi Regis et fuit] antiquitus de dominico ecclesie de Mucheln', 
set nescimus quo servicio. 

Idem Willelmus tenet WesterenneshilP de dono domini Regis 
Ricardi ; [nescimus quo servicio.] 

Ricardus Briwer tenet He de domino rege de feodo [Moretonie ; 
nescimus quo servicio]. 

Radulfus de Aure tenet Haath 2 , et fuit membrum [antiquitus 
de dominico domini Ricardi] de Cury ; nescimus quo dono vel 
servicio. 

HUNDREDUM DE SUPERETON'. 

Theodoricus Theutonicus tenet manerium de Supereton' de [domino 
rege nescimus quo servicio]. Et Henricus Rex senex dedit illud 
manerium Hamelin de [Cheduana 3 in escambium de Ambreres] et de 
Gurreham ; nescimus quo servicio. 

Nicholaus de Meriet de domino rege per servicium iiij te partis 
feodi [unius militis de dono] Henrici Regis senis. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Septon' de domino rege cum herede 
[Roberti de Bello Campo] ; nescimus quo servicio. 

[Endorsed : — ] Sumersete. 

Hunc rotulum recepit thesaurarius per Willelmum Malet, vicecomitem 

1 Les Biards, a fief of the Avenel family, now in the Arrondissement of 
Mortain, in the Department of Manche. 

2 S. ij. 6 reads Haath de apparently in error. 3 Read Meduana. 



SOMERSET. 87 



S. ij- 6 - Dors\ in crastino Sancte Marie Maqdalene anni reqni Reqis Johannis 

1.699-711 •••.„ * if if 

—cont. xnl J • 

[In a later hand ; — ] Testa de NevilV. Continet ix. pecias. 



DORSET. 

S. ij. 6. ROTULUS DE INQUISICIONIBUS DOMINICORUM DORS'. 

Abbatissa de Sancto Edwardo tenet liberum manerium de Henleg' 
et manerium de Tarent' et manerium de Prusteton et j. hyde 1 terre 
in Pinpre et hudredus 2 de Sexpen' et Hainton' in hudredo de 
Niweton' et Stures et j. hydam in Liland' et Cheselburne et 
Kingeston' et Maperton' et Almere et in libero burgo de Sancto 
Edwardo 1. solidatas terre, et inde facit servicium ij. militum, de 
domino rege de dono regum Anglie, antequam dominus Willelmus 
Bastart venisset in Angliam, et eciam in Stok per eundem servicium. 

HUNDREDUM DE LANGEBURGH. 

Willelmus de Kaines tenet manerium de . Tarent' in hundredo 
de Langeber' in capite cum pertinenciis per servicium iij. militum, 
scilicet Cumb' in hundredo de Winfrod, et Sumereford in Wiltesir'. 
Datur Radulfo de Kaines in maritagio cum filia Hugonis Maminot 
per dominum Henricum Regem pflmum. 

Abbatissa de Cam tenet Tarent in capite, set nesciunt per quod 
servicium. 

BURGTJS DE SANCTO EDWARDO. 

Radulfus films Pagani tenet in burgo de Sancto Edwardo viij. 
libratas terre de Willelmo de Lanvelay per servicium v. partis j. 
militis datas per Henricum Regem, patrem domini Johannis Regis 
Anglie, avo predicti Willelmi de Lanveley. 

niweton'. 

Prior de Glastenesbir' tenet Niweton' in capite a domino rege 
cum pertinenciis suis in libera elemosina et inde debet invenire 
servicium iij. militum. 

hundesburg'. 

Robertus de Insula tenet j. feodum militis in Blaneford' de domino 
rege non in capite per servicium j. militis et ilium solebat tenere 
de Willelmo de Vermin qui modo est in Normannia, et est de dono 
domini Willelmi Bastard, progenitoris domini regis. 

Ricardus de Estre tenet duas hidas at dimidiam in Knicteton' 
de domino rege, set nescitur per quod servicium, et est de conquestu 
Anglie. 

HUNDREDUM DE PINPRE. 

Hugo de Gundevill' tenet in Pinpre feodum j. militis de honore 
Glovernie per servicium j. militis. 

Willelmus filius Johannis tenet in Stures ij. hydes et dimidiam de 
honore Glovernie ; set nescitur per quod donum nee per quod servicium. 

1 Bead hydam. 2 Read hundredum. 



S8 A.D. 1211 



s. ij- 6. Rogerus de Vilers tenet in eadem Stures duas hydes et dimidiam 
' —cont °^e nonore Glovernie, et nescitur per quod donum nee per quod 
servicium. 

Adam de Brinton' tenet feodum dimidii militis de honore Willelmi 
Martel per servicium dimidii militis de domino rege quia modo est 
in manu domini regis. 

HUNDREDUM DE LANGEBERG'. 

Galfridus de Luc' tenet Longam Blaneford' que fuit Radulfi de 
Till' de feudo Willelmi Martel in capite de domino rege et de dono 
ipsius, quia est feodum in manu eius ; set nescitur per quod servicium. 

HUNDREDUM DE CANEDON'. 

Galfridus de Pourton' tenet j. dimidiam hyde terre in capite de 
domino rege in villa de Thornhill' unde Rogerus de la Bruere tenet 
j. virgatam terre que fuit data matri sue in liberum maritagium, et 
in hundredo de Cnolton' predictus Galfridus de Pourton' tenet in 
capite de domino rege j. carucatam terre in Cnolle, et in hundredo 
de Loseberge idem tenet in capite de domino rege iij. hyd' et 
dimidiam in Mordon', et tenet terras istas per servicium j. haubergelli 
cum aliis terris suis in aliis comitatibus, quas tenet per hoc idem 
servicium. 

HUNDREDUM DE LOSEBERGE. 

Galfridus de Nevile tenet Chereberge in capite de domino rege, 
scilicet que fuit Ricardi Turnebuo qui est in Normannia, de dono 
domini Regis Johannis, et est excaeta ; set nescitur per quod 
servicium tenet. 

HUNDREDUM DE SANCTO GEORGIO. 

Robertus Belet tenet de domino rege in capite From, Winterburne, 
Werdesford, Lim, per servicium j. militis de conquestu Anglie in 
Dorset', et unum mesuagium in burgo Dorcestre quod pertinet ad 
feodum suum. 

Item idem tenet Swere in Dorset' de dono Johannis Regis Anglie 
per servicium dimidii militis de honore Ade de Port de Kinton'. 

Robertus Peverel tenet Bradefort in capite de dono domini Regis 
Johannis de feudo Ade de Port et est excaeta ; et hundredum nescit 
per quod servicium tenet nee Robertus interfuit inquisicioni. 

Eustacius Monacus tenet Bocameton et Winterburne de dono 
domini Regis Johannis de elemosina abbacie de Wast ; set nescitur 
per quod servicium dominus rex dedit illi. 

Johannes Polein tenet in capite 1 domino rege j. feodum militis 
de feudo de Moretuinia de conquestu domini Regis Willelmi Bastard. 

Adam de Herleg' tenet in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
terre in Herleg' pro xx.s. per annum ad 2 firmam de Forthinton' et 
debet custodire boscum de Blakemor' qui pertinet ad Fordinton' et 
est de dono domini Regis Henrici primi. 

Robertus Chantemerle tenet Dalewde pro quarta parte militis 
de dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Item Robertus tenet Witewill' pro iiij.s. domino regi reddendis 
per annum de dono Reginaldi comitis Cornubie, scilicet v. virgatas. 

1 After capite supply de. 

2 ad Forthinton' added subsequently. 



DORSET. 89 



S. ij. 6. Hamo de Almoditon' tenet Burton' de dominico de Fordinton' 
2-72 

zont. 



5 de dono domini Regis Johannis et reddit domino regi iiij.l. per annum 



de firma ad 1 firmam de Forthnton'. 

Henri cus de Sancto Paulo dicit quod tenet de domino rege iij. 
hyd' et dimidiam in capite de honore de Kington' qui fuit Ade de 
Port et reddit per annum dimidiam marcam ad custodiam de Kington' 
et tenet de conquestu domini Regis Willelmi ; set hundredum nichil 
scit quia Willelmus de Witefeld est contra. 

HUNDREDUM DE WINFROD'. 

Robertus de Novo Burgo tenet manerium de Winford' cum 
pertinenciis, scilicet Lolewrdhe et Buret on' et totum hundredum 
de Winfrot et duas partes hundredi de Haselore per servicium 
camerarii in capite de domino rege ; antecessores predicti Roberti 
tenuerunt ista tenementa a tempore Regis Henrici primi per predictum 
servicium camerarii. 

Radulfus Monachus tenet manerium de Oweres cum pertinenciis 
a domino rege per servicium seriancie de quoquina ; antecessores 
eius tenuerunt ista tenementa a tempore Regis Henrici primi per 
predictum servicium. 

Robertus de Welles tenet duas hyd' terre in Welles et j. in Galdon' 
quam idem dedit in perpetuam elemosinam ecclesie de Binedon' ; 
has iij. hyd' tenet de domino rege et antecessoribus suis a conquestu 
Anglie per servicium pistoris. 

HUNDREDUM DE KINGESWINTERBURN'. 

Rogerus de Millirs tenet in Kingeswinterburn' c. solidatas terre 
de dono domini Regis Johannis, scilicet terram illam que fuit Thome 
Maufilart, et reddit inde regi ij.m. et dimidiam per annum de firma. 

HUNDREDUM DE HASELORE. 

Robertus de Novo Burgo tenet iij. partes hundredi de Haselore 
in capite de domino rege a tempore Henrici Regis primi per eundem 
servicium 2 quod tenet Winfrod, scilicet per servicium camerarii. 

Galfridus de Nevile tenet Cnolle et Stupel et Crihz que fuerunt 
Roberti de Tebovill' et Robertus tenuit predicta tenementa de 
comite Glovernie, set nescitur per quod modum. 

Abbas de Bee tenet villain de Povinton', set nesciunt utrum sit 
dominicum vel non. 

HUNDREDUM DE BRUNESHILL'. 

Henricus de Haddon' tenet in Candel ij. hydes et dimidiam reddendo 
j.m. per annum et servicium quarte partis j. militis Roberto Malherbe 
et idem Robertus tenet eandem terram in capite de domino rege 
per servicium quarte partis militis de. 3 

Thomas films Thome filii Briani tenet in Candel totidem per 
servicium quarte partis militis de domino rege in capite de tempore 
Regis Willelmi. 

Henricus Toneir' tenet terram suam in Caundel de feodo Willelmi 

1 ad Forthnton' added subsequently. 

2 After servicium supply per. 

3 The word de is followed by some obliterated words now illegible. Probably 
de should also have been obliterated. 



90 AD. 1212. 



s. ij- 6. Martel de excaeta que modo est in manu domini regis per servicium 
—wnt vn ^ - P ai *tis militis de conquestu. 

HUNDREDUM DE COCDENE. 

Comes Saresberie tenet Caneford de domino rege in capite, set 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Corf de domino rege de dono Regis 
Johannis, set nescimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Marescallus tenet Sturminister et omnes pertinencias de 
comite de Meulent per servicium j. militis. Et comes de Meulent 
tenet de domino rege in capite et de dono Willelmi Regis Bastard' ; 
set nescitur per quod servicium et est de conquestu terre. 

HUNDREDUM DE SYREBURNE. 

Episcopus Saresburiensis tenet in dominico liberum manerium 
de Syreburne et hundredum de Eteministre et hundredum de 
Beministre de antiquo tempore regum Anglorum ante conquestum 
Normannorum et debet de toto episcopatu suo servicium de x. 
militibus. 

Abbas de Sireburne debet domino regi servicium ij. militum de 
antiquo fefemento. 

Abbas de Alingenie tenet iiij . hydas in libera elemosina de fefemento 
domini Regis Alvredi. 

Hervicus de Candel tenet dimidiam hydam terre reddendo inde 
j.d. per annum aput Gellingeham de dono Regis Willelmi. 

MANERIUM DE PORTLAND' ET DE WIK'. 

Pror 1 Wintonie et conventus tenent Portland' et Wik', Helewill' 
in liberam elemosinam de antiquo fefemento regum Anglorum. 

Prior Montis Acuti tenet in eisdem maneriis dimidiam hydam 
terre de feu do Alvredi de Ninchol' in puram elemosinam. 

Hugo de Tollard' tenet in eisdem maneriis j. virgatam terre de 
feodo Briani de Tollart. 

Adam Scirart tenet in eisdem maneriis j. virgatam terre de feodo 
Thome Basset et pertinet feodo predicti Ade de Mein. 

HUNDREDUM DE WITEWEIE. 

Abbas de Midelton' tenet in capite de domino rege manerium de 
Midelton' cum pertinenciis scilicet Wuland' et Liscumb' et Burdeleston' 
et Clive et Litelepidele et Hore et Sideling et Stok' et Cumbton' et 
Chelminton' et Hulfeld et Osminton' et Widecumb' et Holewrdhe 
et Stokeland ex fefemento [Regis] Athelstani et nullum servicium 
facit nisi oraciones. 

HUNDREDUM DE WITEWEIE. 

Comes de Insula tenet Hedbredinton' ex conquestu Anglie, set 
nescitur per quod servicium, nisi cum aliis feudis suis. 

Ricardus filius Willelmi tenet Melecumb' de comite de Warrewik' 
per servicium j. militis et comes tenet de domino rege ex conquestu 
Anglie. 

1 Read Prior. 



DORSET. 91 



S. ij. 6. HUNDREDUM DE FERENDON\ 

I 712—725 

' —cont. Ha wis de Curtenei tenet Ywern' in. baronia de honore de Okemton'. 

Heredes Walteri Walerant tenent Sutton' in capite de domino 
rege per servicium j. militis, set nescitur cuius dono. 

Radulfus de Acford tenet dimidiam Chiltacford de heredibus 
Walteri filii Godefridi per vj.l. per annum et per servicium j. militis, 
quam dominus Henricus, pater domini Regis Johannis, dedit 
Willelmo filio Johannis per servicium j. militis de quo predicti 
heredes tenent. 

Galfridus de Serlant tenet Hanford de baronia Willelmi de Solers 
per servicium dimidii militis de feodo de Moretum 1 domino rege de 
dono eiusdem regis. 

HUNDREDUM DE GDLLINGEHAM. 

Willelmus de Hanton' tenet dimidiam virgatam terre de dono 
Henrici Regis primi per servicium seriancie de luverez. Et idem 
Willelmus tenet quartam partem j. virgate terre de dono predicti 
regis, que solebat reddere manerio de Gillingeham ij.s. per annum 
per servicium predicte seriancie de luverez. 

Willelmus Baillebien tenet iij. virgatas terre quas pater Johannis 
Regis ei dedit in elemosinam quia berciavit ilium. 

Adam films Godefridi tenet iij. virgatas terre pro xxx.s. et v.d. 
qui pertinent ad custodiam domorum regis de Gillingeham. 

Advocacio ecclesie de Gillingeham data fuit abbacie de Sancto 
Edwardo in escambium pro terra ubi castellum de Corf positum est. 

Henricus episcopus Wintoniensis subtraxit duas thudhing' in 
Henton' abbatisse Sancti Edwardi et dimidiam in Bureton' Galfridi 
filii Willelmi a libero manerio de Gillingeham tempore quo idem 
episcopus custodivit abbaciam Glaston' tempore patris Regis Johannis, 
unde rex perdit x.s. quolibet anno de redditu assiso. 

Johannes nlius Ricardi tenet Weston' de domino rege per servicium 
j. militis de feodo de Moretum de dono Willelmi Regis Anglie. 

Gilbertus de Port tenet Thornton' per servicium dimidii militis 
de excaeta de feodo qui fuit Ade de Port fugitivi. 

HUNDREDUM DE CNOLTON'. 

Willelmus de la Besache tenet feudum j. militis in Gessiz de domino 
rege de parvo feodo de Moretum quern dominus Johannes Rex dedit 
Radulfo de Viri, avunculo predicti Radulfi de Viri. 2 

Domus Dei de Hanton' tenet c. solidatas terre de domino rege 
de dono Gervasii de Hanton' datas in elemosinam de feodo de Moretum 
que fuerunt W. de Huezun unde solebat facere servicium in Normannia 
predecessoribus domini regis. 

HUNDREDUM DE BADEBIR'. 

Dominus Rex Henricus primus dedit comiti de Meulent Kingeston* 
cum pertinenciis, scilicet Sapewic et Kerchel Freinel et Gessiz Dinant 
et Bernardesle et Cnolton' et Upwinburne, set nescitur per quod 
servicium ; et ipse comes dedit honorem Roberto filio ejus postnato 
qui post fuit comes Leycestrie et descendidit Roberto filio suo in 
hereditagio et de illo descendidit Roberto filio suo qui extremo 

1 After Moretum supply de. 2 So in original (S. ij. 7). 



92 A.D. 1211 



S. ij. 6. obiit et ille Robertus dotavit uxorem suam Lorette de manerio de 
' —cont Kingeston' ; et dominus rex tradidit manerium illud Henrico filio 
comitis qui adhuc tenet ; honor iste partitus est per duas conillas 
scilicet Comitem Simonem et Comitem Seher ; et pars Simonis Comitis 
est in manu domini regis et alia pars in manu Comitis Seher ; et 
isti sunt tenentes qui tenent de domino rege in capite. 

Sapwic' que fuit Comitisse Petronille et est modo in manu domini 
regis ; Henricus de Champaines et Radulfus de Champaines tenent 
j. feodum militis de eodem ; Walterus Mauclerk tenet duas partes 
j. militis de eodem ; Petrus de Meulent tenet in Cnolton' feodum j. 
militis de eodem ; Galfridus films Petri tenet Gersiz que fuit 
Rolandi de Dinant in capite de domino rege, set nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

Robertus de Berners tenet Opwinburne de domino rege, set nescitur 
per quod servicium et est de eodem feudo et de dono eiusdem regis. 

Ricardus de Sif rewast tenet Mor Kerchel et Selfameton' pro duabus 
partibus j. militis de honore de Chiueton' qui modo est in manu 
domini regis et facit servicium domino regi. 

HTJNDREDTJM DE ALVREDESBERGE. 

Ricardus le Franc' tenet j. hyd' terre in Upwinborne quam 
Walterus Mobert dedit Alicie matri predicti Ricardi le Franc' in 
liberum maritagium, quam Willelmus Rex dedit Waltero Mobert 
in incrementum feodi sui haubergelli. 

Abbas de Munteburc tenet manerium de Lodres cum pertinenciis 
suis in liberam elemosinam de dono Ricardi de Revers quod dominus 
Rex Henricus proavus domini Regis Johannis dedit predicto Ricardo 
de Revers. 

Abbas de Hyda Wintonie tenet Pidele Trentehydes in pura elemosina 
ad vestiendum monachos suos de dono regum Anglorum. 

Ricardus de Atrio tenet in Dorset' Durewneston' et Cern' cum 
pertinenciis que sunt Sumers' et Devon' de domino rege in capite 
per servicium trium militum de conquestu Anglie. 

Willelmus de More vile tenet Bradepol' de domino rege in capite 
per seriantiam de conquestu Anglie. 

Abbacia de Cerne tenet Cerne cum pertinenciis et Simunisberge 
et Midelton' et Netelcumb' cum pertinenciis et Wintreburne et 
Langebrid' et Litlebrid' et Redpole et Pokeswll' et Effepidel' cum 
pertinenciis et Blokeswrd' et Rembescumb' et Kimerich' de dono 
regum Anglorum, et inde facit domino regi ij. milites ad scutagium 
et j. ad sumonicionem. 

Johannes Russel tenet Kingeston' pro dimidia hyda terre de domino 
rege ex tempore Willelmi Bastard' quondam Rege 1 Anglie per 
serianciam essendi marescallus buteilerie domini regis ad Natale 
Domini et ad Pentecosten. 

Abbacia de Abbedesbir' tenet manerium de Abbedesbir' et 
Portesham et Helton' et Tolepidele et Wdeton', que data fuerunt 
per Oro 2 et Tolam uxorem suam et debet domino regi servicium 
j. militis. <* 

1 Read Regis. 2 Read Ore. 



DORSET. 93 



S. ij. 6. HUNDREDUM DE PIDELETON\ 

I. 712-725 

—com. Comes de Insula tenet duas partes de Pideleton' de dono Henrici 
Regis primi et tertiam partem exituum ville de Dorecest' per liberatam 
prepositorum. 

Willelmus de Monte Acuto tenet tertiam partem eiusdem ville 
cum hundredo forinseco de domino rege in capite in excambicione 
pro clamocione 1 quam antecessores eius habuerunt in Huneton'. 

Willelmus films Martini tenet Pidela Walteri de domino rege in 
capite, et pertinet baronie sue. 

Douelis est de feodo Glovernie et Galfridus de NevilP tenet illam 
in manu sua per donum domini Johannis Regis Anglie. 

HUNDREDTJM DE UGESCUMB'. 

Henricus de Lideton' tenet in Lideton' iij. feoda militum de feodo 
qui fuit Willelmi Martel, et est excaeta et modo est in manu domini 
regis a tempore Willelmi Bastardi Regis Anglie. 

Ricardus de Sifrewast tenet tertiam partem militis de eodem 
feodo a tempore ejusdem regis per servicium iij. partis militis de 
domino rege. 

Willelmus de Witefeld tenet Brodewaddon' de feodo de Muster- 
vilers et inde respondit domino regi ; set nesciunt servicium, et est 
de dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Robertus filius Ricardi tenet feodum dimidii militis in Langedon' 
de feodo Alvredi de Lincoln', et idem A. facit servicium domino regi. 

Brian de Toulard tenet iij. hidas terre in Tattun' de honore 
Glovernie ; et nescitur servicium set est a tempore predicti regis. 

Avicia de Tatton' quintam partem feodi j. militis in Tatton' de 
Alvredo de LincoP qui facit servicium [domino] regi ; et est de tempore 
predicti regis. 

Hawisia de Ripariis tenet Flete de comite Devonie, et ipse facit 
servicium domino regi sicut de aliis feodis suis. 

Robertus filius Pagani tenet duas hyd' terre in Ellewrd' de honore 
de EstriguiP pro tertia parte j. militis a tempore predicti regis. 

Dionisia de Waddon' tenet quintam partem j. militis in Waddon' 
de feodo Rogeri de Mortemer, qui inde facit servicium domino regi 
a tempore predicti regis. 

HUNDREDTJM DE GODERISTHON'. 

Jordanus de SterteP tenet feodum unius militis de Alvredo de 
Lincoln', dimidium in Stertel et dimidium in Waldice de conquestu 
Anglie. 

Elyas de Malpedyt' tenet feodum j. militis de Alvredo de Lincoln' 
dimidium in Stertel et dimidium in Waldice de conquestu Anglie. 

Abbacia de Abbedesbir' tenet feodum j. militis de baronia Alvredi 
de Lincoln' de conquestu [Anglie]. 

HUNDREDUM DE POURSTOK'. 

Dominus rex tenet Pourstok in dominico et excambium fecit 
Roberto de Novo Burgo in [Sumerset' ; set hii] sunt tenentes qui 
tenent de predicto feodo de Roberto de Novo Burgo ; 

1 Read clamacione. 



94 A.D. 1212. 



T ^\3' Son Thomas de Munsorel [tenet feoda] trium militum in 
L !!L, Witlakinton', 

Thomas de Chanflurs tenet feoda ij. militum in Hyw[is, 
Herbertus de Hauwee] feodum j. militis in Eisse, 
Willelmus films Roberti feodum j. militis in Wrchestr', 
Willelmus filius Hfenrici feodum unius militis] in Kendecumb, 
Osbertus Dacus feodum ij. militum in Wrokeshal', 
Willelmus Bubbe f [eodum unius militis] in Melebir', 
Robertus de Well' feodum unius militis in Suanewik', 
Willelmus de Windeham [et Hugo de Buxinton'] feodum j. 
militis. 
Et Robertus de Novo Burgo facit servicium domino regi de con- 
questu [Anglie]. 

Monachi de Buxinton' tenent feodum j. militis in Buxinton' et 
idem tenent feodum j. mil[itis in Luk'] et Notinton de predicto 
Roberto. 

Thomas de Windehor' 1 tenet Windesor' cum pertinenciis de 
conquestu et de dono Willelmi Bastardi [Regis] Anglie per seriantiam. 

HUNDREDUM DE WITCHERCH'. 

Robertus de MandevilP tenet honorem de Mersewd' cum omnibus 
pertinenciis, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Robertus de Rosel tenet feodum dimidii militis de Alvredo de 
Lincoln' apud Lim, et idem Alvredus inde facit servicium domino 
regi. 

Willelmus Herun' tenet feodum j. militis in Cernemue de Huberto 
de Burgo qui inde facit servicium domino regi. 

Adam de Wdeton' tenet feoda duorum militum de Waltero de 
Esseleg' qui inde facit servicium domino regi, et est de conquestu 
Anglie. 

Willelmus de Pont del Arch tenet de 2 Cumton' de Ada de Port 
per servicium ij. militum et Adam facit servicium domino regi. 

Manerium de Cerministr' scilicet Stratton' et Grimeston' datum 
fuit episcopatui Saresberiensi in puram elemosinam de tempore 
Anglorum. 

HUNDREDUM DE BOKELAND'. 

Bokeland' est manerium quod datum fuit Glastonie a tempore 
Anglorum, et per Ricardum Regem et Savaricum episcopum 
Bathoniensem datum est episcopatui Bathoniensi et modo est in manu 
domini regis. Isti tenent de manerio ; Alvredus de Lincoln' tenet 
feodum j. militis, et Radulfus Hose feodum dimidii militis quinta 
parte dimidii militis minus ; Hugo Witteng j. feodum, et de eodem 
feodo tenet abbas de Cirescestr' j. hameletum, quod datum fuit in 
elemosinam et dicitur Pullam, set nescitur quis dedit. 

Henricus de Glanvill tenet feodum j. militis de honore de Bramele 
de conquestu Anglie. Robertus Belet tenet j. virgatam terre omnino 
libere preter quod debet se erigere contra dominum manerii. 

Prior de Fromton' tenet Fromton' cum pertinenciis de dono 
Henrici Regis primi, et pertinet abbacie de Cadamo in Normannia. 

1 Read Windesor'. 2 So in original. 



DORSET. 95 



s. ij. 6. Nicholaus Puinz tenet Suttun' cum pertinenciis de honore 
' —cont Gtfc-vernie que pertinet vavvaserie sue, et facit servicium suum 
domino regi. 

Nichil possumus inquirere de Bridepord', nisi quod scitis. 
Herbertus de Sancto Quintino non interfuit coram 1 nee homines 
eius scierunt dicere quantum tenebat nee de quo nee per quod 
servicium. 

dorcestr'. 

Ecclesia Saresberiensis tenet x. acras in villa et nichil domino regi. 

Hugo Creb' tenet in eadem villa xvj. acras de Hugone de Bosco 
et j. burgagium et reddit Hugoni de Bosco iij.s. et Hugo de Bosco 
de Willelmo de Begewrd' et nichil reddit ad firmam ville, set antiquitus 
solebat reddere v.s. ad firmam ejusdem ville ut dicitur. 

[Endorsed : — ] Dorsete. 

Hunc rotulum recepit thesaurarius per manus Willelmi Malet, 
vicecomitis Dorset, in crastino Sancte Marie Magdalene anno Regis 
Johannis xiiij . 

[In a later hand : — ] In libro. 2 



DEVON. 

S. ij. 5. Inquisitio dominicorum tenementorum et feoff amentorum domini 
33^1 g^Q regis vel antecessorum suorum in Devonia. 

Rex Willelmus primus dedit in puram elemosinam manerium de 
Oteriton' cum pertinenciis abbacie de Periculo Maris in Normannia 
Montis Sancti Michaelis. 

Rex Henricus primus dedit in puram elemosinam manerium de 
Buddeleg' cum pertinenciis predicte abbacie in escambium ecclesie 
de Chausie quam idem Rex dedit abbacie de Radinges, quando earn 
fundavit. 

Dominus Rex Johannes dedit ecclesie Sancti Nicholai Exonie 
totam terra m de Bradeham cum pertinenciis in puram elemosinam, 
que terra solebat reddere per annum dum fuit in manu domini regis 
l.s., excepto tamen servicio Morini servientis qui pro ipso tenemento 
debet facere sumoniciones et districtiones in hundredo de Budde- 
legh et eidem l.s. computantur vicecomiti in corpore comitatus 
Devonie. 

Gaufridus de Alba Mar' tenet manerium de Wdebir' cum 
pertinenciis in capite de domino rege per servicium j. militis de 
dono Regis Henrici primi antecessoribus suis per idem servicium. 

Philippus de FornelP tenet Fenoteri cum pertinenciis de domino 
rege per iiij.li. iiij.s. viij.d. per annum et respondet in quadam firma 
numero de dono Henrici Regis primi antecessoribus suis per idem 
servicium. 

1 After coram supply nobis. 

2 These endorsements are not copied into I. 724. 



96 A.D. 1212. 



|. ij. 5. Robertus de Hokesham tenet hundredum de Buddelegh de domino 
I. 836-840 re £ e P er x ^- s - P er annum ad firmam comitatus Devonie perficiendam 
— cont. de dono Henrici primi antecessoribus suis per idem servicium. 

Monachi de Dinant in Britannia tenent manerium de Herpeford 
cum pertinenciis in puram elemosinam de dono Oliveri de Dinant, 
quod manerium Rex Willelmus primus dedit antecessoribus suis 
set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Johannes janitor tenet Bukint' cum pertinenciis de domino 
rege per sergenteriam custodiendi januam castri Exonie et gaiolam 
prisonum de dono Henrici Regis primi antecessoribus suis per idem 
servicium. 

Nicholaus de Meriet tenet manerium de Coletun' cum pertinenciis 
quod aliquando fuit dominicum Regis Henrici primi per servicium 
j. militis. Idem vero Nicholaus facit illud servicium domino regi, 
quod Henricus Rex primus dedit antecessoribus suis in escambium 
manerii de Toppesham, quod modo est in manu comitis de Insula. 

Willelmus Peverell' de Essex et Matildis soror sua feodaverunt 
antecessores Hugonis Peverel de Sanford tempore Henrici Regis 
primi de Sanford et Haure et Carswill per servicium j. militis, et ex 
quo baronia predictorum W. et M. cecidit in manum domini regis, 
antecessores predicti Hugonis tenuerunt predictas terras in capite 
de domino rege per servicium j us militis et Hugo Peverell tenet modo 
predictas terras de domino rege in capite per idem servicium. 

Monachi de la Bataille tenent terram de Bogeleg' cum pertinenciis 
cum ecclesia Sancti Olavi in Exonia in pura elemosina et similiter 
ecclesiam de Culumt' cum pertinenciis de dono Regis Willelmi 
primi. 

Monachi Maioris Monasterii de ultra mare tenent manerium de 
Torverton' cum ecclesia eiusdem manerii cum pertinenciis in puram 
elemosinam de dono Regis Willelmi primi. 

Henricus de Fornell' et Nicholaus Avenell' et Jacobus filius Gerardi 
tenent in capite de domino rege Childetun' et Sepewass per servicium 
j U8 militis de dono Regis Willelmi primi antecessoribus uxorum 
predictorum Henrici et Nicholai et Jacobi per predictum servicium. 

Moniales de Poleslo tenent in manerio de Culint' c. solidatas terre 
in puram elemosinam de dono Henrici Regis, patris domini Regis 
Johannis ; et Thomas Basset tenet residuum manerii eiusdem et 
Witeford' in capite de domino rege per servicium j us militis de dono 
domini Regis Ricardi ad peticionem Walteri de DunestanviU', avunculi 
predicti Thome. 

Ricardus de Droscumb' tenet dimidiam virgatam terre de domino 
rege per sergenteriam, ferendi scilicet j. arcum et iij. sagittas post 
dominum regem cum venerit venari in f oresta de Dertemore, de dono 
Regis Willelmi primi antecessoribus suis. 

Manerium de Wnford cum pertinenciis fuit aliquando in manu 
domini Regis Henrici primi et reddidit per annum xv.l. quod postea 
dedit Galfrido de Mandevill', set nescitur per quod servicium. Idem 
Galfridus dedit illud manerium cum pertinenciis Willelmo filio 
Johannis in maritagio cum filia sua. Et Henricus de Tilli tenuit 
illud manerium cum pertinenciis tota vita sua, cuius heredes sunt 
in Normannia. Robertus vero de Maundevill tenet modo illud 
manerium cum pertinenciis, set nescitur per quod servicium. 



DEVON. 97 



s. ij. 5. Willelmus Bruere tenet manerium de Axeministre in capite de 
I. 836-840 domino rege per servicium dimidii militis et per xxiiij.l. de firma 
—cont. per annum quod solebat reddere xvj.l. in corpore comitatus ; et 
hundredum in manu domini regis. 

Monachi Sancte Marie de Becco tenent dimidiam hidam cum 
pertinenciis in Membir' in puram elemosinam, quam Robertus de 
Chandos eis dedit de dominico baronie sue quam tenuit de dono 
Regis Henrici primi. 

Homines de Kent' tenent manerium de Kent' cum pertinenciis 
ad firmam modo de domino rege per lx.l. quod solebat reddere 
aliquando xxiiij.l. 

Willelmus Briwere tenet Langeford cum pertinenciis in capite 
de domino rege per servicium j us militis de dono domini Regis 
Johannis. 

Rogerus de Mortuo Mari tenet manerium de Mouland cum perti- 
nenciis occasione heredis Willelmi de Boterell' qui est infra etatem, 
quod manerium Willelmus Rex primus dedit antecessoribus Willelmi 
de Beumeis de quo Willelmus de Boterell' emit manerium illud, et 
facit servicium unius militis. 

Rex Henricus primus dedit antecessoribus Johelis de Meduana 
Blaketorit' et Nimet' cum pertinentiis in escambium de Gorham 
et Ambreres ut dicitur, set Galfridus de Luscy tenet modo terras 
illas de precepto domini Regis Johannis. 

Rex Henricus primus dedit manerium de Morba Britello de 
Ambreres, set nescitur per quod servicium et ipse Britellus dedit 
illud manerium Hugoni Ruffo in maritagio cum filia sua et heredes 
sui tenuerunt manerium illud usque ad tempus Henrici le Boscu qui 
dedit illud manerium Henrico filio comitis per assensum domini 
regis, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Rex Henricus, pater domini Regis Johannis, dedit Reginaldo 
comiti Cornubie manerium de Karswell cum hundredo et manerium 
de Depeford cum hundredo, set nescitur per quod servicium. Et 
Henricus filius comitis tenet modo ilia maneria cum hundredis, et 
Liskaret in Cornubia in capite de domino rege per servicium j us militis 
de dono Regis Ricardi. 

Henricus primus dedit manerium de Hypelepenn' cum pertinenciis 
Radulfo de Fugeres set nescitur per quod servicium, et heredes ejus 
postea tenuerunt quousque dominus Rex Johannes tradidit illud 
manerium Henrico filio Comitis ; set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Robertus de Sicca villa tenet de dono domini Regis Johannis viij. 
libratas terre cum pertinenciis in manerio de Bramt' per servicium 
j us militis et residuum manerii tenet ad firmam de domino rege pro 
xxx. 1. ; et forinsecum hundredum de Bramt' in manu vicecomitis ad 
firmam comitatus Devonie perficiendam. 

Petrus filius Hereberti tenet Berdestapl' cum feodo xv. militum 
de dono domini Regis Johannis que fuit Willelmi Brause, set nescitur 
per quod servicium. 

Manerium de Taustok' quod est in manu domini regis dedit 
Willelmus de Brause cum xiij. feodis militum comiti 1 Leycestrie in 
maritagium cum filia sua. Dicunt autem quidam quod fuit aliquando 

1 The word com', illegible in the original (S. ij. 5), has been supplied 
from S. ij. 4. 

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98 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 5. ^dominicum regis, set nesciunt cuius ; et Ricardus de Chartray tenet 
i. 836-840 n ^ a f e °da de anteceseria. 
—cont. Simon films Roges tenet in Madisheue dimidium ferlingum terre 
in dote cum uxore sua, matre Ricardi de Hydun' qui heres est de 
tenemento eodem, per servicium sergenterie, testificandi scilicet 
summoniciones servientum de Hemmiac factas contra adventum 
justiciariorum domini regis, quod tenementum Rex Henricus primus 
dedit Roberto Foliot per predictum servicium. 

Ricardus Burdun tenet manerium de Teincton' cum dimidio hun- 
dredo de Teinnebrig per servicium j. militis de dono Regis Henrici, 
patris domini Regis Johannis, antecessori suo per idem servicium. 

David de Scyredun' tenet j. virgatam terre in Scyredun' et in 
Sappeleg' per servicium sergenterie inveniendi duas sagittas cum 
dominus rex venerit venari in foresta de Dertemore, et ita tenuerunt 
antecessores sui post conquestum. 

Episcopus Wintoniensis habet in custodiam manerium de Hurbertun' 
cum pertinenciis cum herede Rogeri de Valle Torta per dominum 
regem, set nescitur per quod servicium, quod manerium Rex Henricus 
primus dedit Rogero de Nunhant seniori, set nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

Henricus Alius Comitis tenet per assensum domini Regis Johannis 
castrum et villain Toton' et maneria de Cornewrth et LodiswuT cum 
pertinenciis, set nescitur per quod servicium ; que maneria Reginaldus 
de Brause tenuit de dono patris sui. 

Manerium de Cliston est in manu domini regis pro debito Henrici 
de Nunant quod debuit Judeis ; quod manerium Robertus de Ver 
tenet de dote cum Isabella uxore sua que fuit uxor predicti Henrici 
quod manerium Rex Henricus primus dedit Rogero de Nunant 
antecessori suo, set nescitur per quod servicum. 

Constancia de Touny tenet manerium de Suthtaut' cum pertinenciis 
in 1 capite de domino rege, set nescitur per quod servicium, quod 
manerium Henricus Rex primus dedit Roscelino de Bello Monte 
in maritagium cum Constacia filia sua, et postea Ricardus de Bello 
Monte films Roscelini dedit illud manerium Rogero de Tony in 
maritagium cum Constancia filia sua quia 2 nunc terram illam tenet. 

Ricardus Malherbe tenet terram de Wike et Ailrichestun' in capite 
de domino rege Johanne de dono 3 * *per quod servicium. 

Aderichescote est dominicum domini regis. In custodia Roberti 
Peverel* *1. sed dominus Rex Johannes dedit priori de 

Ligh xx. s. redditus d 

Willelmus Probus de Giddelegh tenet terram de Giddelegh cum 
pertinentiis per s* *et antecessores sui tenuerunt 

semper illam terram post conquestum ad* * 

Willelmus Alius Martini tenet manerium de Dertint' cum 
pertinentiis de domino* *mh" et antecessores sui de 

conquestu ; set nescitur de cuius dono. 

1 From this point I. 840 ceased to copy the original (S. ij. 5). 

2 Read que. 

3 At this point S. ij. 4 ceased to copy the original (S. ij. 5), with the note 
Non potest plus scribi de comitatu Devonie propter defectum magnum 
qui est in rotulo exemplaris per quern iste scribitur. 



DEVON. 99 

s. ij. 5. Willelmus de Feritate tenet manerium de Aufint' cum pertinentiis 
I. 836-840 m ca P^e de domino rege set n* *servicium de dono 

—cont. domini Regis Johannis et Oliverus de Aubenni tenuit manerium 
illud in capite de domino rege et est ultra mare. 

Adam de Faddecote tenet manerium de Faddecote cum pertinenciis 
in capite de domino rege per servicium sequendi curiam de Faddecote 
pro efforciamento judicii, de dono domini Regis Henrici primi 
antecessoribus suis. 

Mabel Patric tenet Alvint' cum pertinentiis de domino rege in 
capite set nescitur per quod servicium, de dono Regis Henrici primi. 

Oliverus de Trascy tenuit medietatem honoris de Berdestaple 
per servicium xxx. militum de antiquo feoffamento Regis Willelmi 
primi et Fremigt' et Nimet que sunt dominica maneria de ilia dimidia 
baronia ; et hec predicta sunt in custodia Roberti Peverell'. 

Rogerus la Zuche tenet manerium de Normout' cum pertinentiis 
in capite de domino rege, set . . scitur per quod servicium de 
dono Henrici Regis primi antecessoribus suis. 

Episcopus Wintoniensis habet in custodiam per dominum regem 
cum heredibus Rogeri de Valle Torta S . . - 1 et Tamerton et 
Makerton per servicium j. militis que terre fuerunt aliquando 
dominica Henrici Regis . . . ilia dedit antecessoribus Rogeri de 
Valletorta qui inde habuit servicium predictum, scilicet de Rogero 
de . . . Torta qui tenent duas predictarum terrarum et Johelus 
de Valle Torta et Radulfus films Ricardi tenent terciam illarum 
terrarum per predictum servicium. 

[Endorsed at the head : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius in 
octavis Sancti Johannis Baptiste per manum vicecomitis Devonie anno 
regni Regis Johannis xiif. 

[At the foot in a later hand : — ] Devon. Cornub\ De Testa de NevilV. 
Continet iiij or pecias. 



HEREFORD. 

S. ij. 4. TESTA DE NEVILU. HEREFORDSHIRE. 

I. 324—327 r* 

Comes Willelmus Marescallus tenet feuda duorum militum apud 

Castrum Codrici 2 et Trewen' de dono Johannis Regis. 

Walterus de Lacy tenet 3 in hoc comitatu feuda xxv. militum a 
conquestu Anglie que modo sunt in manu domini regis. 

Robertus de Mortemar' tenet in hoc comitatu de baronia Castri 
Ricardi feudum j. militis et dimidii de hereditate uxoris sue. 

Robertus de Tresgoz tenet in hoc comitatu feudum j. militis et 
dimidii de hereditate uxoris sue. 

De baronia de Kinton' xxij. feuda militum et dimidium et quinta 
pars et x a pars, et sunt in manu domini regis. 

Johannes de Munemue tenet feuda xv. militum a conquestu 
Anglie. 

Walterus de Clifford' tenet feudum j. militis et dimidii a conquestu 
Anglie. 

1 Bead Sutton. 2 Read Goderici as in I. 324. 3 I. 324 reads tenuit. 



100 A.D. 1212. 

S. ij. 4. 
[ 324—Q07 

' —cent. Walterus de Sancto Audoeno tenet in capite feudum dimidii 
militis de dono Johannis Regis. 1 

Walterus de Stoke et Godefridus de Craucumbe tenent feuda iiij. 
militum et dimidii de maritagio filiarum Willelmi de Cormayll', 
quod Johannes Rex dedit Petro de Stoke. 

Comes Willelmus Marescallus tenet feudum unius militis apud 
Upleden' de hereditate sua a conquestu Anglie et facit servicium 
cum alia baronia. 

Willelmus Alius Garini tenet feudum j. militis apud Dilon' de 
dono Johannis Regis. 2 

Ricardus de Cormailles tenuit de dono Willelmi Regis primi feudum 
j. militis apud Eston' quod postea datum fuit uxori de 3 CormailP. 
Ricardus Ingan tenet feudum illud. 

Ricardus Talebot tenuit feudum j. militis apud Linton' 4 Henrici 
Regis, patris Johannis Regis, quod Gilbertus Alius eius tenet per 
servicium j. militis de Rege Johanne. 

Willelmus de Cantilupo tenet de garda hered' Johannis de Kylpec 
feudum j. militis et dimidii. 

Idem tenet feudum j. militis apud Wilton' de garda hered' H. de 
Longo Campo. Henricus Rex, pater Regis Johannis, dedit Wilton* 
H. 5 de Longo Campo. 

Hugo Pantulfus tenet Stanford' de dono Henrici Regis, patris 
Regis Johannis, per servicium j. brachetti. 

Robertus Malerbe tenet Magen per servicium quinte partis j. 
militis per dominum Johannem Regem de garda T. de Magen' heredis 
de 6 Magen'. 

Robertus de Chandos tenet in hoc comitatu feuda iij. militum et 
dimidii et xiij am partem a conquestu Anglie. 

Robertus de Treget tenet feudum j. militis in Urchenesfeld' a 
conquestu Wallie. 

Franci et Wallenses de Urchenesfeld tenent tenementa sua in 
capite de socagio de domino rege reddendo xxx.l. vij.s. vj.d. Et 
debent invenire xlix. servientes in servicio domini regis in Wallia 
per xv. dies ad proprium custum. 

Hospitalarii tenent ibidem quasdam terras de dono Henrici Regis, 
patris Regis Johannis, qui 7 solebant reddere x.s. vj.d. et invenire 
de redditu j. servientem ut supra. 

Dominus Henricus Rex primus dedit in puram elemosynam Leom' 
ecclesie Sancte Marie de Radinges que fuit de dominico suo. 

Johannes de Brampton' tenet Eston' que data fuit predeces- 
soribus suis in escambium pro Grimesby et facit servicium j. 
militis Rogero de Mortemar' ex dono Henrici Regis, patris Regis 
Johannis. 

Canonici Herefordie tenent xxviij. burgagia in Hereford' que 
burgagia qui ea tenebant in capite legaverunt et dederunt canonicis 

1 After Regis, I. 324 adds wrongly Rex dedit Petro de Stoke. 

2 After Regis, I. 324 adds wrongly as a new paragraph Willelmus 
de Cormaiir Ricardus Ingan tenent feodum illud. 

3 I. 324 reads de Longo Campo and omits the rest K of the entry. 

4 I. 324 interlines de dono after Linton'. 

5 I. 324 reads wrongly Hugoni ob gen. 

8 I, 325 omits de Magen^- -^. 7 Read que, as in I. 325, 




HEREFORD. 101 



s - ij- 4. in elemosynam ecclesie Sancti Ethelberti tempore Henrici Regis 
Llcont P rirn i- Et canoniei reddunt inde xix.s. 

Templarii 1 tenent vj. messuagia in Hereford' et dimidium que 
eis data sunt in elemosynam et plura alia que eis data fuerunt 
antiquitus ita quod non potest inveniri de vij. donatoribus et dominus 
rex aquietat eos inde ad scaccarium de xxx.s. 1 

Prior Herefordie reddit domino regi xlij.s. vj.d. de pluribus burgagiis 
que adeo antiquitus data sunt in elemosynam quod non potest inquiri 
nisi de vij. donatoribus. 

Robertus 2 Malerbe tenet octavam partem j. militis apud Risebur' 
a conquestu Anglie. 

Item Hospitalarii tenent quandam placiam in capite in Hereford' 
de dono Henrici Regis, patris 3 Regis Johannis, pro cauceis emem- 
dandis in Hereford'. 

DE SERIANTIIS. 

Simon le Wafre tenet v. virgatas terre a conquestu Anglie per 
servicium sumonendi iiij or barones et conducendi thesaurum domini 
regis usque ad Londonias ad Pascham et ad festum Sancti Michaelis 
ad custum domini regis. 

Ranulfus de Salewerpe tenet duas virgatas a conquestu Anglie 
per idem servicium. 

Walterus de Maiordina tenet duas virgatas a conquestu Anglie 
per idem servicium. 

Aldelina de Maiordina tenet j. virgatam a conquestu Anglie per 
servicium mensurandi fossata castri Herefordie et custodiendi 
operarios et habebit liberacionem j. militis. 

Agnes Caperun tenet duas virgatas terre de dono Henrici Regis, 
patris domini Johannis Regis, per servicium custodiendi portam 
castri Herefordie. Et habebit singulis diebus j.d. 

Hospitalarii tenent de dono Henrici Regis, patris domini Johannis 
Regis, unam virgatam apud Dunemor' in pura elemosyna. 

Willelmus de Cantilupo tenet medietatem de Bradeford' de garda 
heredis 4 de Kilpec per seriantiam forinsecam et aliam medietatem 
tenent monachi de Radinges de dono Rogeri comitis Herefordie 
in puram elemosynam. 

Hugo de Kingeston' et Alicia tenent j. hidam a conquestu Anglie 
per servicium sumonendi tres barones de comitatu Herefordie et 
conducendi thesaurum domini regis usque ad Londonias ad custum 
domini regis ad Pascha et ad festum Sancti Michaelis. 

1 This passage is corrupt. The reading in I. 325, which follows, is correct 
(cf. Rotulus Cancellarii 3 John, p. 107) : — 

Templarii tenent j. messuagium in Hereford' quod eis datum fuit 
in elemosinam set adeo antiquitus quod non potest inquiri de donatoribus. 

Abbas de Radinges tenet xiiij. messuagia in Hereford' et dimidium 
que eis data sunt in elemosinam set antiquitus ut prius. 

Hospitalarii tenent in Hereford' vij. messuagia que eis data sunt in 
elemosinam et plura alia que eis data fuerunt antiquitus ita quod non 
potest inquiri de donatoribus. Et dominus rex acquietat eos inde ad 
scaccarium de xxx.s. 

2 I. 326 reads Robertus de Malerbe. 

3 I. 326 adds domini after patris. 4 I. 326 reads Johannis. 



102 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 4. Henricus Franciscus tenet dimidiam hidam a conquestu Anglie 
per idem servicium. 



-cont. 



Hugo de Aqua tenet j. virgatam a conquestu Anglie per idem 
servicium. 

Rogerus 1 de Haya tenet j. hidam a conquestu Anglie per servicium 
sumonendi dominum de Castro Ricardi et conducendi thesaurum 
ut supra. 

Hugo de Stanford' tenet j. virgatam a conquestu Anglie per 
servicium sumonendi episcopum Herefordensem contra 2 justiciarium 
et conducendi thesaurum ut supra. 

Auda que fuit uxor Gilberti de Brai tenet iij. hidas a conquestu 
Anglie per seriantiam archerii ad custum domini regis ubi dominus 
rex voluerit et quamdiu. 

Hugo Alius Roberti tenet Bromfeld per serianciam forestarie in 
Salop' de dono Henrici Regis primi. 

Hospitalarii tenent in Hereford' j. messuagium quod Philippus 
Alius Odonis tenuit per seriantiam chachepolli quod eis legavit in 
puram elemosinam. 

Prior de Hereford' tenet j. messuagium in Hereford' quod Rogerus 3 
de Haya legavit ecclesie Sancti Gutlaci in elemosynam. Et 
messuagium illud tenebatur de domino rege per servicium pistorie. 



OXFORD. 

S. ij. 5, ROTULUS TENENTIUM IN CAPITE DE DOMINO REQE IN 

S. ij. 4. CO M IT AT U OXONIE. 

T ^ ft ^l— K ft (\ 

Testa de Comes Willelmus Marescallus vj. milites. 
Neviir. Comes Cestrie ij. milites et dimidium. 
Comes Saresberie j. militem. 
Comes Essex' ij. milites. 
Comes Wintonie ij. milites et dimidium. 
Comes de Insula iiij. milites et dimidium. 
Comes de Ferariis ij. milites et dimidium. 
Comes de Clare j. militem. 
Comes Warewich' ij. milites. 
Comes Bolonie j. militem. 
Henricus Doilly xxv. milites. 
Thomas de Sancto Walerico x. milites. 
Rogerus de Sancto Johanne ij. partes j. militis. 
Ricardus filius Nigelli j. militem. 
Radulfus Musart ij. milites et dimidium. 
Ricardus de Scrupes j. militem. 
Robertus de Roppeleh ij. milites. 
Johannes de Hastinges j. militem. 
Willelmus de Alcrintun' tres partes j. militis. 
Henricus de Neuwentun' quartam partem j. militis. 
Robertus Arsik iiij. milites et dimidium. 
Wiscardus Leddet j. militem. 

1 I. 327 reads Hugo as in the previous line. 

2 I. 327 reads infra. 3 I. 327 reads Ricardus. 






— cont. 



OXFORD. 103 

S. ij. 5. Nicliolaus de Verdun dimidium militem et ij. partes j. militis. 
I 583-586 Willelmus de Aubeny j. militem. 
Testa de Robertus de Lingiure j. militem. 
Nevi il Gaufridus de Kauz j. militem. 

Thomas le Bretun dimidium militem. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis dimidium militem. 

Herveus Bagod ij. milites et quartam partem j. militis. 

Rogerus de Mortuo Mari iij. milites. 

Guarinus filius Geroldi vj. milites. 

Robertus filius Aumaur' j. militem. 

Stephanus de Hamptun' j. militem cum terra sua in Hantesira. 

Gerardus de Kanville dimidium militem. 

Ricardus de Hanrad j. militem et dimidium. 

Gilebertus de Finemere j. militem. 

Gaufridus filius Roberti j. militem. 

Rogerus de Meisi dimidium militem. 

Galfridus de SakevilP j. militem. 

Robertus Gredlegh iiij. milites et dimidium. 

Helias de Bello Campo ij. milites. 

Hugo de Gurnay j. militem. 

Gilebertus de Gant j. militem. 

Willelmus Faucilun x mam partem j. militis. 

Heredes Aumauri Dispensatoris qui sunt in custodia Thome Bluet 
c. solidatas terre et inde debent esse dispensarius domini regis. 

Robertus de Ver ij. milites. 

Heredes Ricardi de GreinvhT tenent ij. hidas per servicium ferendi 
dingnerium domini regis in Wichewude et sunt in custodia Ricardi 
le Fleming. 

Abbas Westmonasterii tenet manerium de Itteslap per voluntatem 
domini regis. 

Hugo de Sancto Martino ij. hidas et dimidiam per servicium esse 
hostiarius domini regis. 

Henricus de Mara tenet vij. virgatas per servicium esse hostiarius 
domini regis et servandi meret rices. 

Willelmus de Bocland'* *dimidium militem. 

Robertus Mauduit* *iij. hidas per servicium servandi aves 

domini regis. 

Robertus de Liddinton'* *j. hidam per servicium servandi 

aves domini regis. 

Episcopus Wintoniensis tenet Witteneie et Edburberi, set nescimus 
per quod servicium. 

Thomas filius Ricardi tenet j. carucatam terre et inde debet esse 
forestarius de Wichewude et respondere ad scaccarium de vij.l. 
annua tim. 

Guido de Dive* *ij. milites. 

Willelmus de Harecurt* *tertiam partem j. militis. 

Henricus de la Wade x. libratas terre per servicium sternendi 
edere bestiis domini regis apud Wudestok et falcandi et levandi 
pratum infra parcum de Wudestok. 

Walterus de Hauville vij. libratas terre per servicium servandi 
aves domini regis. 

Robertus de Mortuo Mari dimidium militem. 



— cont. 



104 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 5. Robertus filius Alani j. carrucatam terre per servicium ferendi 
I 583-586 banarium domini regis pedes infra iiij. portus Anglie, et inde debet 
Testa de habere ij.d. per diem. 

Neviir Emma de Hamptun' j. carucatam terre per servicium talliandi 
pannos domini regis. 

Adam de Mora c.s. terre de dono Regis Ricardi et inde debet esse 
lardinarius domini regis. 

Adam de Simplinges* *dimidium militem. 

De episcopatu Lincolniensi, qui est in custodia Briani de Insula, 
xxvij. milites. 

Hugo de Plaiz tenet vij. hidas in Bereford', que date fuerunt 
Ricardo de Meri in mento 1 baronie sue in conquestu Anglie pro 
servicio suo et ipse dedit eas Eniuger de Bohun in maritagium et 
ipse Eniuger dedit eas antecessoribus Hugonis de Plaiz. 

Walterus de Verdun* *j. militem in Blokesham de dono 

antecessorum domini regis. 



Thomas Basset tenet manerium de Hedindun' per xx.l. et per 
feodum j. militis de dono Regis Johannis et abbas Dosen' habet in 
elemosina xij.s. blanc' in eodem manerio de dono antecessorum 
domini Regis Johannis ; et Herbertus Cailluel tenet j. hidam in 
eodem manerio de dono domini Regis Johannis et inde est f orestarius. 
Et manerium illud solebat reddere antiquitus xlij.l. x.s. 

In villa Oxonie. Leprosi Sancti Bartholomei habent annua tim 
xix.l. xv.s. v.d. ad victum suum de dono Henrici primi Regis Anglie 
et lxv.s. ad vestitum de eodem dono ; et abbas Dosen' ix.s. v.d. de 
quodam gurgite de dono imperatricis et confirmacione regum ; et 
prior Sancte Fretheswide habet de dono imperatricis annuatim 
xlviij.s. vj.d. 

Comes Bolonie habet manerium de Bamptun' quod fuit antiquitus 
dominicum domini regis de dono antecessorum domini regis. 

In manerio de Bensintun'. Monachi de Tame habent quandam 
terram que vocatur Wifalde de dono Regis Ricardi et solebat reddere 
antiquitus lx.s., et moniales de Godestowe habent centum solidatas 
terre in elemosina de dono Henrici Regis, patris Johannis, et Walterus 
Foliot tenet j. virgatam et j. molendinum quod solet reddere xxiij.s. 
iiij.d. de dono Henrici Regis, patris Johannis, antecessoribus ipsius 
Walteri ; et Reginaldus Andeg' tenet x. libratas terre quas imperatrix 
dedit antecessoribus ipsius Reginaldi per servicium dimidii militis, 
et illud servicium attornatur ad castellariam de Walingef ', set nescimus 
qualiter. 

Imperatrix dedit ad hospitale de Craumersse quandam terram 
in elemosina que solebat reddere iij.s., que modo nichil facit. 

Henricus Rex dedit Godardo armigero suo pro servicio suo j. 
virgatam terre et ipse Godardus reddidit se cum terra ilia ad abbaciam 
Dosen' et solebat reddere vj.s. iiij.d. antiquitus ; et si plus inquirere 
poterimus vobis scire faciemus. 

M 

1 So in original (8. ij. 5). I. 585 reads in augmento. 8. ij. 4 reads 
inmenta. 



OXFORD. 105 



S. lj. 5. [Endorsed : — ] Rotulus. Hec sunt nomina tenentium in capite de 
I. 583-586 d omj i no re 9 e i n comitatu Oxonie. 
M Sta ir° Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius die Martis proximo, post 

c* nt festum Sancti Johannis Baptisthe per rnanum Henrici Ruffi clerici 

anno Regis Johannis xiiif. 



BERKS. 

S. ij. 8. Inquisicio 1 facta de omnibus feodis militum et de omnimodis 
I. 558-5 4. tenementis in burgo sive extra que tenentur de domino rege in capite 
in Berkesir' per militare servicium vel per serianteriam qualemcunque 
et qui ea teneant et per quod servicium, et de tenementis omnibus 
que antiquitus de domino rege vel de progenitoribus suis regibus 
Anglie tenere solent. 

Abbas Abendonie tenet feoda xxx. militum et tamen de eo 
exiguntur ulterius feoda trium militum, que non cognoscit. 

Willelmus de Bochland tenet feodum j. militis. 

Petrus Alius Hereberti tenet feoda ij. militum. 

Willelmus Achard tenet feodum j. militis quod Rex Henricus 
avus dedit Roberto Achard avo suo per cartam suam set tamen 
exiguntur ab eo feoda iij. militum, que non cognoscit. 

Halanath de Sifrewast' feodum j. militis. 

Ricardus de Sifrewast' feodum j. militis in Cliwar' et in Cestresham. 

Hugo de Sottebroch feodum j. militis. 

Johannes de Erleg' feodum j. militis. 

Thuraldus de Pesemere feodum dimidii militis, quia dominus 
suus noluit recipere homagium suum. 

Johannes Belet quintam partem feodi j. militis. 

Hugo 2 de Sanford tenet decimam partem feodi j. militis de dono 
domini regis. 

Willelmus de Neville tenet feodum dimidii militis in Morton' 
de dono eiusdem. 

Alexander films Ricardi tenet feodum 3 militis. 

Johannes filius Hugonis tenet feodum dimidii militis de dono 
domini regis quod fuit Ricardi Doily in Falelegh'. 

Walterus Wallensis tenet feodum j. militis cum filia Geroldi de 
Ripar' quod fuit Willelmi Mart el. 

Gilebert de Britenol' tenet feodum j. militis, quod fuit de feodo 
Simonis de Munfort. 

Robertus Nel tenet feodum dimidii militis de feodo eiusdem. 

Hugo de 4 Nefvill' tenet xij. libra tas terre in Bennham et in Boxore 
que data fuit Hugoni Wach in escambio cuiusdam terre juxta 
Eboracum per dominum Regem Ricardum, sed nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

1 This return appears to have been drawn up in skeleton form, and then 
completed in another hand. 

2 To this and the following entry is affixed a marginal note Escaeta. 

3 Between feodum and militis a word has been erased. 

4 On the margin opposite this entry is the word Escaeta. 



106 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 8. Idem Hugo tenet c. solidatas terre in Boxore quam tenuit Augerus 
—cont vena tor de dono Regis Johannis, set nescitur qualiter. 

Thomas Malemeins tenet xij. libratas terre in Comton' quod 
fuit quondam dominicum cum filia Gileberti de Tileres, set nescitur 
per quod servicium, quam Rex Henricus avus dedit Giliberto Crispin, 
patri predicti Giliberti de Tilers. 

Faukes serviens de Clamorgan' tenet Niwebir' de dono Regis 
Johannis quod fuit com' de Pertico sine servicio. 

Willelmus de Fruges tenet Bastlesden' et Esshampsted' de dono 
Regis Johannis que fuerunt Henrici de Novo Burgo, sine servicio. 

Galfridus de la Huse tenet in Ferendon' et Ingelesham 1. solidatas 
terre per serianteriam custodiendi unum ancipitrem. 

Baldewinus de Kantilup' tenet in Powrd' c. solidatas terre de dono 
Regis Johannis cum filia Alardi filii Willelmi, sed nescitur per quod 
servicium sed consuevit antiquitus esse serianteria custodiendi 
neccham, ut dicitur. 

Philippus Ostriciarius tenet xl. solidatas terre per serianteriam 
custodiendi j. accipitrem. 

Rogerus de Chauz tenet xx. libratas terre per serianteriam 
custodiendi j. falconem. 

Willelmus de Bochampton' et Hubertus Hoppesort tenuerunt 
xl. solidatas terre per serianteriam custodiendi heyrez, sed medietas, 
scilicet pars que fuit Huberti Hoppesort', est in manu domini regis 
post mortem Huberti Hoppesort'. 

Simon Pouncard tenet x. solidatas terre per serianteriam haste 
tornande. 

Ricardus de Henred' tenet c. solidatas terre per serianteriam 
custodiendi cervisiam. 

Hugo de Sancto Philiberto tenet 1. solidatas terre in Bray per 
serianteriam serviendi de husa. 

DOMINICA. 

Comes de Aubemarle tenet 1. libratas terre in Waneting' de dono 
Regis Ricardi ; nescitur per quod servicium et tamen dicitur quod 
de tribus maneriis, scilicet Waneting', Luton', Norton', debet 
servicium iij. militum. 

Ricardus Morin tenet vij. libratas terre et x. solidatas terre in 
Gaing de dono domini Regis Johannis sine servicio nominato. 

Petrus filius Berthram tenet ibidem vij. libratas et x. solidatas 
terre de dono domini Regis Johannis sine servicio nominato. 

Hawisia 1 de Dinant tenet in Lamborn' xxij. libratas et x. solidatas 
terre per finem quern Fulco filius Guarini, quondam suus vir, fecit 
cum domino rege Ricardo et hanc terram tenuit Joceus de Dinan, 
pater suus, de dono Regis Henrici patris sine servicio nominato. 

Willelmus Briwar' juvenis tenet x. libratas terre in Uplamborn' 
de dono domini Regis Johannis sine servicio nominato. 

Ricardus Wallensis tenet ibidem vij. libratas et x. solidatas terre 
de dono domini Regis Johannis sine servicio nominato. 

Idem tenet x. libratas terre in Estbir' cum filia Radulfi de Lanvalei 
et herede, per finem quern fecit cum domino Rege Johanne sine 

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BERKS. 107 



S. ij. 8. servicio nominato, quam Henricus Rex pater dedit antecessoribus 
L —conL 4 ^uxoris sue. 

Willelmus de Lanvalei tenet c. solidatas terre in Blacgrave sine 1 
servicio nominato quam Rex Henricus pater dedit Radulfo avo suo. 

Willelmus le Grant tenet xxv. solidatas et iiij. denariatas terre in 
Scriveham de dono domini regis sine 2 servicio nominato quam Rex 
Henricus pater dedit Rogero patri predicti Willelmi. 

Warinus fllius Geroldi tenet xxxij. libra tas terre in Spersholt' 
de dono Henrici Regis patris sine servicio nominato. 

Idem tenet c. solidatas terre de manerio de Ferendon' eodem 
modo. 

Robertus de Curtenay tenet 1. libra tas terre in Sutton' per finem 
quern fecit cum domino Rege Johanne sine servicio nominato, 
quam Rex Henricus pater dedit Reginaldo de Curtenay avo suo. 

Episcopus Wintoniensis tenet Weregrave et Wautham et Warefeld' 
quas Rex Ricardus reddidit Godefrido episcopo Wintoniensi per 
finem quern fecit cum eo ut jus pertinens ecclesie Wintonie ut dicitur. 

Adam de Burneham tenet quandam terram que fuit Willelmi 
Buggehasel in Cokam per cartam domini regis per j.m. et predictus 
Willelmus solebat inde facere in denariis et serviciis ad valenciam 
de xvj.s. 

Jordanus de London' tenet avalagium de Tham' in Bray ad feodi 
firmam per v.m. de dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Henricus filius Galfridi de Baggesite tenet quandam vaccariam 
in Cruchesfeld per xxv.s. quam Alanus de Nuvill' fecit et tradidit 
Galfrido avo predicti Henrici. 

Abbas et monachi de Bello Loco tenent in elemosinam c. et v. 
libratas terre in manerio de Ferendon' de dono domini Regis 
Johannis. 

Prior et canonici de Lantone tenent in elemosinam iiij. libratas 
terre et in feodifirmam iiij or libratas terre per iiij or 1. quas reddunt 
annuatim custodi de Wdestoche, in Berninton' membro de Ferendon' 
de dono Regis Henrici patris. 

Abbas de Stanlegh' et monachi tenent in elemosinam xxxij. libratas 
terre in predicto manerio de dono Regis Henrici patris. 

Idem tenent vij. libratas terre in elemosinam in Mighale membro 
de Scriveham de dono Regis Henrici patris. 

Idem tenent in elemosinam j. hidam terre in manerio de Lamborn' 
de dono Hugonis de Pluggenet per confirmacionem Regis Henrici 
patris. 

Abbas et monachi de Rading' tenent in elemosinam lvj. libratas 
terre in Blubir' de dono Regis Henrici patris. 

Idem abbas et monachi tenent in elemosinam manerium de Chausy 
de dono Henrici Regis avi. 

Idem abbas et monachi tenent in elemosinam xxv. libratas terre 
in Hanred' de dono Henrici Regis patris. 

Idem abbas et monachi tenent in elemosinam Rading' cum 
appendiciis suis de dono Regis Henrici avi. 

Idem abbas et monachi tenent in elemosinam Pangeborn' de 
dono eiusdem. 

1 sine servicio . . . avo suo, added partly over an erasure. 

2 sine servicio . . . predicti Willelmi, added partly over an erasure. 



108 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 8. Idem abbas et monachi tenent in elemosinam Thacham de dono 
™ M eiusdem. 

Idem abbas et monachi tenent in elemosinam Burhildebur' de 
dono eiusdem. 

Idem abbas et monachi tenent in elemosinam j. hidam terre in 
Windlesor' de dono Matillidis Inperatricis per confirmacionem Regis 
Henrici patris, que fuit Galfridi Porcel qui reddidit se monachum 
ibidem. 

Abbas et monachi de Cluniacho tenent in elemosinam Ledecumbe 
de dono Henrici Regis avi. 

Abbas 1 et canonici de Cirecest' tenent quoddam manerium Eston' 
de dono Regis Henrici avi, fundatoris domus. 

Prior de Nugun et monachi tenent Grafton' scilicet lx. solidatas 
terre, sed nescitur ex cuius dono et fuit menbrum de Scriveham, 
ut dicitur. 

Item abbas et canonici de Cirecest' tenent dimidiam hidam 
terre in Scriveham per v.s. que valet viij.s., et nescitur a quo data 
fuit. 

Idem abbas et canonici tenent ibidem pratum de Norford et 
j. acram terre per v.s. et valet viij.s. et nescitur a quo nee per quern 
datum fuit. 

Johannes Bonvallet tenet j. hidam terre in Scriveham pro x.s. 
tantum que solebat valere in denariis et serviciis j.m., et sic factum 
fuit per baillivos manerii de Scriveham. 

Idem tenet Riwurde, scilicet j. virgatam terre ibidem sine aliquo 
servicio, per bailliam baillivorum. 

Idem tenet j. garam prati que appellatur Sirreveham pro xij.d. 
et valet ij.s. eodem modo. 

Idem Johannes tenet j. hamnam prati infra dominicum pra- 
tum ad valenciam de duabus acris sine aliquo servicio et modo 
predicto. 

WINDLESOR' , PER CONSTABULARIUM. 

Stephanus de Turneham tenet Walenton', scilicet duas partes 
j. carucate terre et xxij. solidatas terre de redditu assise per uxorem 
suam filiam Randulfi de Broc per serianteriam custodiendi hostium 
camere. 

Willelmus Barbet habet lxx.s. x.d. de firma de Windlesor' pro 
domibus domini regis custodiendis de dono domini Regis Ricardi 
per Matillidem uxorem suam, cuius jus fuit. 

Capellanus de capella domini regis de Windlesor' habet xxx.s. v.d. 
de eadem firma [pro] 2 capella deservienda. 

[Tur]stanus custos vinee domini regis habet xxx.s. v.d. de eadem 
firma pro vinea custod[iend]a [Incljusa de Cokam habet xv.s. ij.d. 
ob. de eadem firma de dono Regis Henrici patris. 

[Leprosi] de Windlesor' habent vij.s. de eadem firma de dono 
eiusdem. 



1 From this point the MS. is written wholly in another hand. 

2 From this point the original (S. ij. 8) is imperfect. The portions in 
brackets are supplied from I. 562-563. 



BERKS. 109 



S. ij. 8. [Ricardus] de Sifrewast 1 habet de eadem firma xij.s. per eundem 
I '^con< 64 P ro terra u °i domus domini regis [sunt apud] Windlesor', que est 
de feodo suo. 

[Willelmus de] Windlesor' habet v.s. de eadem firma pro terra 
ubi vinea domini regis est. 

[Moniales de] Bromhal' habent viij.s. et ij.d. ob. de eadem firma 
de dono regis. 

[Item predicts mon]iales habent xl.d. de eadem firma de dono 
domini Regis Johannis. 

[Endorsed : — ] In libro. 
Bercsir. 



BOROUGH OF WALLINGFORD. 

S. ij. 8. Rotulus 2 de inquisicione facta de tenementis et terris de burgo de 
574. De Walengef et que servicia reges Anglie inde habere solent et 

Testa de modo nichil habent. 

Nevill'. 

Abbas de Becco habet et tenet unum burgagium de dominico 
domini regis in Walengf, quod quidam Alvredus corvisarius vendidit 
predicto abbati inopia urgente. De hoc tenemento solent reges 
Anglie percipere singulis annis vj.d. pro landgabulo et modo inde 
nichil percipiunt. 

Idem abbas de Becco tenet aliud burgagium in eodem burgo quod 
emit de quodam Philippo capellano, unde reges Anglie solent habere 
xv.d. et modo inde nichil habent. 

Idem abbas tenet aliud burgagium quod recepit de quadam 
Mabille cum filio suo quando reddidit se monacum predicte abbacie 
et unde reges solent habere xv.d., dum modo nichil habeant. 

Item tenet quandam particulam terre in Walengf quod emit de 
quodam Galfrido Teil, unde reges solent habere, j.d. et modo nichil 
habent. 

Item dictus abbas tenet quoddam tenementum in predicto burgo 
quod quidam Ricardus le Blake ei vendidit, unde reges solent habere 
v.d. de gabulo et modo nichil habent. 

Item tenet quandam particulam terre quam quidam Jordanus 
Fisher dedit dicte abbacie cum filio suo quando reddidit se ibidem 
monacum, unde reges solent habere j.d. et nichil habent. 

Item tenet aliam particulam terre quam emit de quodam Ailwardo 
Strichel et unde reges solent habere iij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item tenet ibidem quandam terram in burgo quam emit de quodam 
Waltero sutore, unde reges solent habere j.d. et modo nichil habent. 



1 This entry begins a new page in I. 563. On the margin is the note De 
Testa de Nevill. 

2 In the following return the words et modo nichil habent or et modo 
nichil are not always repeated for each entry, but are written once only and 
applied by brackets to two or more entries. To avoid typographical com- 
plications, the words have been repeated in each of such cases. 



110 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 8. Item abbas de Radingiis tenet j. burgagium in Walengf quod 

574 De Q. u i°^ am Nicolaus prepositus dedit secum ecclesie de Rading' in 

Testa de elemosinam quando reddidit se ibidem monacum. De isto tenemento 

Xeviil' — solent reges Anglie habere annuatim xv.d. de gabulo et modo nichil 

conL habent. 

Item habet j. parvum tenementum infra burgagium quod quidam 
Randulfus le Gros dedit predicte ecclesie quando reddidit se monacum 
ibidem, unde reges solent habere ob. de gabulo et modo nichil 
habent. 

Item abbas habet j. tenementum quod predictus Randulfus dedit 
secum predicte ecclesie, unde reges solent habere ij.d. ob. et modo 
nihil habent. 

Item abbas tenet ij. tenementa in Walengf que quidam Willelmus 
films Edwardi dedit predicte ecclesie cum filio suo monaco et de 
quibus tenementis reges solent habere de gabulo vj.d. et modo nichil 
habent. 

Item predictus abbas tenet j. acram terre de dominico domini 
regis de Walengf pro anima Randulfi le Gros ex dono predicti 
Randulfi et rex nullum inde habet servicium. 

Item 1 dicunt quod abbas de Rading' et monachi tenent de rege 
j. acram terre de dominico de Walengf set nescitur per quern, et 
rex nullum inde habet servicium. 

Item abbas de Abendone tenet j. burgagium in villa de Walengf, 
quod quidam Rogerus Haliman dedit secum Abendon' quando 
reddidit se ibidem monachum, unde reges solent habere iiij.d. et 
modo nichil inde habent. 

Item tenet aliam terram quam Ricardus Albus dedit ad abbaciam 
in elemosina, unde reges solent habere ij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item abbas tenet j. tenementum quod quidam Ailwinus filius 
Wulfreuen dedit secum Abendon' quando reddidit se ibi monachum, 
unde reges solent habere ij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item tenet aliud tenementum quod quidam Wlfreuen presbiter 
dedit predicte abbacie in elemosina unde reges solent habere ij.d. 

Item tenet j. tenementum quod quidam Burewune dedit secum 
in elemosina quando reddidit se ibi monachum unde reges solent 
habere ij.d. ob. et modo nichil habent. 

Item abbas de Oseneia habet in Walengf quandam terram quam 
quidam Robertus Boce clericus et Gilbertus filius suus dederunt 
secum ad Oseneiam quando ibi se canonicos reddiderunt, unde reges 
solent habere xvij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Idem abbas habet aliam terram ibidem, quam quidam Petrus 
clericus dedit ad abbaciam de Oseneia in elemosinam, unde reges 
solent habere v.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item prior de Sancta Fritheswitha habet in Walengf j . burgagium 
quod quidam Ailwinus clericus dedit priorie cum filio suo Willelmo 
quando reddidit ilium ibi canonicum, unde reges solent habere ix.d. 
et modo nichil habent. 

1 Item dicunt . . . habet servicium written in part over an erasure. 



BOROUGH OF WALLINGFORD. Ill 



s - ij- 8 - Item prior tenet j. terram extra portam quam quidam Robertus 
574 Do ca PP e ^ anus dedit secum predicte priorie quando ibi se reddidit 
Testa de canonicum, unde reges solent habere iiij.d. de gabulo et nichil habent. 

Nevill'— 

cont. Prior de Walengeford tenet unum messagium, quod quidam 

Sewold Graiessune dedit priorie cum filio suo Godwino quando 
reddidit se ibi monachum, unde reges solent habere de gabulo xv.d. 
et modo nichil habent. 

Item idem prior habet j. messagium quod quidam films Godwini 
Polsore dedit predicte priorie in elemosina tempore Willelmi 
Regis Rufi, unde reges solent habere iij.s. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet j. tenementum quod quedam femina, Dolewif nomine, 
dedit priorie in elemosina et preterea habuit de prioria cunredium 
suum tota vita sua ; de hoc tenemento solent reges habere vij.d. 
et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet j. tenementum quod quidam Burewine dedit priorie 
cum Randulfo filio suo monacho, unde reges solent habere xv.d. Et 
preterea habet parvam terram retro illam ex dono predicti, unde 
reges solent habere iiij.d. ; et modo nichil habent. 

Item prior habet j. terram ante portam curie sue que vacua est 
et Galfridus camera rius, qui ecclesiam illam fundavit, emit predictam 
terram, set nescitur de quo et dedit illam ecclesie, et tunc temporis 
solent reges habere de terra ilia xxij.d. ob. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet et tenet j. viam quam Sewold Graiessune emit 
de tenementis vicinis et aperuit ad faciendam viam unam ecclesie 
hominibus qui juxta manebant, unde reges solent habere vij.d. ob. 
et modo nichil habent. 

Idem prior habet j. terram ex dono et empcione Galfridi camararii 
unde reges solent habere xv.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet aliam terram ex dono et empcione Galfridi camararii 
unde reges solent habere xv.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet adhuc j . terram ex dono et empcione Galfridi camararii 
unde reges solent habere xv.d. ; hanc terram tenet prior in manu sua. 

Item prior de Walengeford' habet j. terram extra portam occiden- 
talem de Walengeford' que jacet juxta aquam que venit de Morton' ; 
hanc terram dedit Godwinus scriptor priorie in elemosinam, unde 
reges solent habere vij.d. ob. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet ibidem j. aliam terram juxta quam Sewold 
Graiessune dedit priorie in elemosina unde reges solent habere x.d. ; 
hanc terram prior colit et rex inde nichil habet. 

Item habet j. terram juxta predictam aquam quam quidam 
Willelmus films Ordnad dedit priorie in elemosinam, unde reges 
solent habere iij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram citra aquam quam Hugo presbiter 
de Cramerse dedit priorie in elemosinam unde reges solent habere 
j.d. et modo nichil. 

Item predictus prior habet j. terram juxta predictam terram quam 
quidam Rogerus de Porta dedit priorie, unde reges solent habere 
iij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet terram j. ibidem extra portam quam Sewold Graisune 
dedit priorie in elemosina, unde reges solent habere x.d. et modo 
nichil, 



112 A.D. 1212. 



p- jj« 8. Item prior habet j. terram infra burgum quam terram quidam 
574. De Mauricius sacrista predicte ecclesie emit de quodam burgense de 
Testa de Walengeford, unde reges solent percipere iiij.d., et modo nichil habent, 
Novill'— et taliter optinet. 

Item prior habet j. terram quam quedam Edwif Sperhauec dedit 
priorie in elemosina, unde reges solent habere x.d. et modo nichil 
habent. 

Item habet j. terram quam quidam Ailmer pelliparius dedit pre- 
dicte ecclesie in elemosina, unde reges solent habere vij.d. ob. et 
modo nichil habent. 

Item habet j. terram quam quedam Emme Quinie dedit predicte 
ecclesie in elemosina, unde reges solent habere ij.d. et modo nichil 
habent. 

Item habet j. terram quam quedam Iuette dedit predicte ecclesie 
in elemosina, unde reges solent habere xv.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item prior habet j . terram quam quidam Ailwinus de Buri dedit in ele- 
mosinam ecclesie, unde reges solent habere iiij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet j. terram ibidem quam quidam Brictwi prepositus 
dedit priorie unde reges solent habere v.d. ob., unde nichil habent. 

Item prior habet j. terram quam quidam Ailwinus Rufus dedit 
priorie, unde reges solent habere xij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet j. terram quam quidam Alvric' Uniding dedit priorie, 
unde reges solent habere viij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Item prior habet j. terram ex dono Aldwine Blancpain, unde reges 
solent habere iiij.d. ob. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet j. terram ex dono cuiusdam Petri Gunwak, unde reges 
solent habere iij. quadrantes et modo nichil habent. 

Item prior habet j. terram extra portam australem, quam quidam 
Alfwold presbiter dedit predicte ecclesie et illam inde dotavit, unde 
reges solent habere iij.d. ob. et modo nichil habent. 

Item habet j. terram ex dono Brictric' le Blake unde reges 
solent habere iiij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Idem 1 prior habet j. terram quam quidam Rogerus Gosefot de 
Walengeford dedit cuidam Waltero molendinario cum filia sua 
Iselie in libero maritagio. De qua Iselie idem Walterus habuit unum 
filium ; mortuo filio et matre, predictus Walterus dedit predictam 
terram in prioria contra libertatem burgi domini regis, et postea 
accepit terram illam de priore ad exheredacionem heredum predicti 
Rogeri et reddit singulis annis priori xij.d. de predicta terra quam 
prius tenuit de domino rege in capite. De hac terra solent reges 
habere de gabulo iij.d. ob. unde modo nichil habent et tali ingressione 
optinet prior terram istam. 

Item habet j. terram juxta Thamisiam quam Godwinus Child dedit 
priorie, quando se reddidit monachum ibidem cum filio suo, unde 
reges solent habere j.d. Et idem Godwinus dedit secum aliam parvam 
terram ibidem, unde reges solent habere ob. et modo nihil habent. 

Item 1 prior tenet in campis de burgagio Walengford' xxx. acras 
terre et dimidiam acram quas predictus Godwinus dedit secum et 
cum filio suo predicto modo ; has acras tenuit Godwinus de dominico 
regis. Rex nullum inde habet servicium. 

1 Opposite to these entries is a marginal note A. 



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S. ij- 8. Item habet j. terram ad forum bladi, de qua quidam Willelmus 
57* 4 5 £^ e Daubenny dotavit ecclesiam quando dedicata fuit, unde reges solent 
Testa de habere xxx.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Neviir— Item prior habet j. terram ex dono cuiusdam Cecilie, unde reges 
conL solent habere xv.d. et modo nihil habent. 

Item habet j. terram quam quidam Luvricius Busemere dedit 
priorie in elemosina, unde reges solent habere xix.d. et modo 
nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram quam predictus Willelmus Daubenny 
dedit predicte ecclesie in libera elemosina, unde reges solent habere 
xlv.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram parvam quam quidam Walterus Rocelin 
dedit priorie, unde reges solent habere iiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet parvam terram ex dono Foucre presbiteris, unde reges 
solent habere ob. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. parvum tenementum quod quidam Ivo clericus 
dedit predicte ecclesie, unde reges solent habere iij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram ex dono cuiusdam Langlif in elemosina, 
unde reges solent habere ob. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. terram quam Puce la Fraunceise dedit priorie in 
elemosinam, unde reges solent habere iij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. terram quam quidam Sewune Buele dedit priorie, 
unde reges solent habere iij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram quam magister Willelmus Porrie dedit 
priorie in elemosinam, unde reges solent habere j.d. et modo nichil 
habent. 

Item habet j. terram quam quidam Osmundus dedit in elemosina 
priorie, unde reges solent habere v.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. terram in Hundestret ex dono Galfridi camerarii 
qui ecclesiam fundavit, unde reges solent habere j.d. et modo nichil. 

Item quidam sacrista predicte ecclesie emit quandam terram ex 
quodam Eilwino Reuening, unde rex solet habere xiij.d. et modo 
nihil ; et taliter possidet hanc terram prior. 

Item predictus sacrista emit de predicto Ailwino aliam terram 
unde rex solet habere de gabulo xj.d. quadrantem et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram ex dono cuiusdam Hatheburg', unde 
rex solet habere j.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. terram ex dono Edmundi filii Osmundi, unde rex 
solet habere ij.d. ob. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram ex dono Galfridi camerarii, unde rex 
solet habere xiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram ex dono cuiusdam Arfast presbiteris 
unde rex solet habere iiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. terram ex dono Ailwine Bringe, unde rex solet habere 
vij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior habet j. terram quam Athelwold presbiter dedit ecclesie 
predicte in elemosina, sed pro rigore tenencium prior non percipit 
servicium. De hoc tenemento solet rex habere vij.d. ob. et modo 
nichil . 

Item habet j. terram quam Petrus Gonwak' dedit ecclesie in ele- 
mosina quando reddidit se monachum, unde rex solet habere iiij.d. 
et modo nichil. 

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114 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 8. Item habet i. terram ex dono Godwini Lambessune, unde rex solet 
574 De^ a ^ ere ™3-d. et modo nichil. 

Testa de Item habet j. terram quam Henricus quidam ad Portam dedit 
Neviir— priorie, unde rex solet habere iiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior tenet duo tenementa ex dono Thome Fifpund et ex 
dono Alfwune presbiteris, unde rex solet habere v.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. terram ex dono cuiusdam Ailwine Bringe, unde 
rex solet habere iiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item habet j. terram ex dono cuiusdam Thome Purs, unde rex 
solet habere iiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item prior tenet v que seldas in corveseria de Walengford quas 
quedam Christiana puella et Alvive soror sua dederunt priorie in 
elemosinam et habuerunt preterea cunredium illorum 1 de prioria 
tota vita illorum. 1 De hiis seldis solet rex habere xv.d. et modo 
nichil. 

Item tenet j. tenementum quod fuit cuiusdam Luvricii Ros unde 
rex solet habere xv.d. ob. et jacet modo infra ambitum cimiterii. 

Item tenet aliud tenementum quod fuit cuiusdam Alfwy unde 
rex solet habere xv.d., et est infra ambitum cimiterii. 

Item tenet iij um tenementum quod fuit Reuening, unde rex 
solet habere xiij.d., et est infra claustrum cimiterii. 

Item prior tenet ij. terras in loco illo ubi ecclesia fundata est, 
unde reges solent habere antiquitus in parte xxvij.d. et in parte 
xv.d. 

Item prior tenet j. tenementum quod fuit cuiusdam Ordmer, 
unde rex solet habere antequam ecclesia esset fundata xv.d., et hec 
terra est infra ambitum cimiterii. 

Item prior predictus possidet v. acras prati de communi pastura 
hominum de Walengeford que sunt de dominico domini regis, quas 
quidam Edwardus Monetarius optinuit de prestito multo tempore 
peticione sua per concessum hominum de Walengford ad pasturam 
palefridi sui, et in obitu suo predictus Edwardus legavit illam partem 
commune 2 pasture ecclesie de Walengford contra jus, et taliter 
optinent predictas v. acras monachi et prior. 

Walterus Foliot tenet unum mesagium in burgo de Walengeford', 
quod cepit cum uxore sua que fuit filia Willelmi de Ibbestane, et 
ille Willelmus fuit filius Henrici de Oxon' qui fuit burgensis de 
Walengford. Item Henricus habuit predictum mesagium in custodia 
de quodam Ivone portario Briencii filii Comitis, et ipse Ivo occupavit 
mesagium illud super quendam Osmundum filium Swetman burgensem ; 
et optinuit illud per rigorem Briencii filii Comitis qui tunc temporis 
fuit dominus de Walengford, et tali ingressione possident heredes 
Henrici adhuc, unde reges solent habere xiij.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Idem Walterus Foliot habet dominium de quadam terra ibidem 
quam Henricus de Oxon' predictus occupavit super plateam domini 
regis. De hac terra habet quidam Ada de Monte Sorel qui earn 
tenet xij.d. et rex nichil. 

Idem Walterus Foliot tenet j. mesagium quod quidam Randulfus 
le Gros occupavit super quendam Swertling fabrum et postea 

1 Read illarum. 2 Read communis. 



BOROUGH OF WALLINGFORD. 115 

s - ij- 8 - Radulfus Grossus, filius predict! Randulfi, vendidit illud predicto 

574 563 De Henrico de Oxon', quod Walterus Foliot optinet cum nepte predicti 

Testa de Henrici predicto modo, unde reges solent habere x.d. de gabulo. 

Neviir— Item Walterus Foliot tenet j. terram quam Henricus de Oxon' 

cont ' emit de Radulfo le Gros, quam Walterus Filiot 1 tenet cum uxore 

sua, que fuit heres Henrici ; de qua terra reges solent habere de 

gabulo iiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item Walterus Foliot tenet j. terram cum uxore sua quam Henricus 
de Oxon' emit de predicto Radulfo le Gros, unde reges solent 
habere iij.d. 

Item Walterus tenet j. tenementum quod Edmundus filius Osmundi 
tempore guerre invadiavit Henrico de Oxon' pro j. quarterio de 
sigalo, unde reges solent habere vij.d. ob. ; hanc tenet Walterus 
cum uxore sua. 

Idem Walterus tenet cum uxore sua predicto modo j. terram 
quam Henricus de Oxon' emit de Radulfo le Gros, quam terram 
predictus Radulfus tenuit de abbacia de Bello ; set Walterus Foliot 
multo tempore elapso non fecit servicium abbati. De hac terra 
solent reges habere iiij.d. et nichil habent. 

Item Walterus tenet predicto modo j. terram quam Henricus 
de Oxon' emit de Radulfo le Gros, unde reges solent habere iij.d. et 
nichil habent. 

Idem Walterus tenet j. terram predicto modo cum uxore sua, 
que fuit neptis Henrici de Oxon', quam terram Radulfus le Gros 
invadiavit Henrico de Oxon', unde reges solent habere iiij.d. et 
modo nichil habent. 

Item Matillis que est mater Johannis filii Hugonis tenet j. terram 
in Walengford, quam Henricus de Oxon' occupavit super regem 
et fecit tunc super illam grangiam suam, et Johannes episcopus 
Norwicensis qui fuit filius predicti Henrici dedit terram illam Hugoni 
filio Richer cum predicta Ma tilde nepte sua, et taliter possidet adhuc, 
unde reges solent habere ij.d. et modo nichil. 

Item predicta Matillis tenet j. mesagium in Walengford quod 
Henricus de Oxon' de Radulfo Grosso emit et Johannes episcopus 
Norwicensis dedit illud predicto Hugoni filio Richer cum predicte 2 
Ma tilde nepte sua. De hoc mesagio solent reges habere de gabulo 
xlv.d. et modo nichil habent. 

Ricardus clericus de Witteham tenet j. terram in Walengeford 
de adquisicione sua, de qua rex solet habere iiij.d. et modo nichil. 

Abbas de Dorkecestre habet unum tenementum in Walengeford 
ex dono domini Regis Johannis, unde rex solet habere ij.s. et habet 
illos quietos per dominum regem. 

Sanctemoniales de Garinges habent in villa de Walengeford' 
xiiij cim tenementa de quibus percipiunt singulis annis xij.s. de gabulo, 
et habent predicta tenementa quieta de dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Rogerus de Strettone tenet de dominico domini regis xxv. acras 
in campis de Walengford' et ij. estaus et ij. alia tenementa infra 

1 Read Foliot. 2 Read predicta. 



116 AD. 1212. 

S. ij. 8. burgum de quibus percipit annuatim xj.s. et vj.d. et habet predicta 
574 56 De tenementa quieta ex dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Testa de 

Neviir— [Endorsed : — ] Walengeford. 

cont. 



HONOUR OF WALLINGFORD. 

S. ij. 6. Dominis suis dilectissimis domini regis iusticiariis et baronibus 

T PAW f» 1 Q ^ 

621-52? ' scaccarn constabularius Walingheford', salutem cum fideli obsequio ; 
De Honore sciatis me diligenter inquisicionem fecisse de mandato domini regis 
Walingfordp er vicecomites ad me transmisso per milites de baillia mea ; et est 
d^Nevin noc m quisicionis facte summa. 

Wygodus de Walengheford tenuit honorem de Walingheford 
tempore Regis Haraldi et post tempore Regis Willelmi primi et 
habuit ex uxore sua quandam filiam quam dedit Roberto Doilli. 
Ipse Robertus habuit ex ea quandam filiam, Mathillidem nomine, 
que fuit heres eius. Milo Crispinus desponsavit hanc et habuit 
cum ea predictum honorem de Walingheford. Mortuo Milone, 
dedit dominus Rex Henricus primus predictam Mathillidem Briennio 
filio Comitis pariter cum hereditate sua. Ipse ex ea nullum habuit 
heredem. Idem Briennius et prefata Mathillis uxor eius tempore 
Regis Stephani reddiderunt se religioni et dominus Henricus, films 
Mathillidis Imperatricis, qui eo tempore fuit dux Normannie saisivit 
predictum honorem. 

Hee sunt terre et tenementa que remanserunt domino duci in 
dominico, quando honor ille excidit in manum eius et que post 
exciderunt in manum suam postquam fuit rex coronatus. 

Post primam coronacionem eius, tenuit Wigainus de Walingheford 
burgum de Wicumbe et villam forinsecam, et post mortem ipsius 
Wigaini saisivit dominus Rex Henricus predictam terram in manu 
sua, et tenuit earn omnibus diebus vite sue, et dedit ecclesiam prefate 
ville domui et sanctimonialibus de Godestowe in perpetuam 
elemosinam ; dimidium ville forinsece habet modo Robertus de 
Veteri Ponte ex dono domini Regis Johannis per servicium j us 
militis. Alanus Basset habet modo aliam medietatem eiusdem ville 
forinsece ex dono eiusdem regis per servicium unius militis et tenet 
burgum de domino rege ad feudi firmam per xx.l. per annum. 

Riulfus de Sessuns tempore Henrici Regis, patris domini regis, 
tenuit manerium de Huevere et manerium de Estune, et post mortem 
ipsius Riulfi saisivit dominus Rex Henricus predictas terras in manum 
suam et dedit Gileberto de Veer prefatum manerium de Huevere 
pro servicio suo ; hoc manerium habet modo Robertus filius Rogeri 
et tenet illud per servicium unius militis per cartam domini regis 
quam ipse inde habet. 

Prefatus Rex Henricus saisivit in manum suam in manerio de 
Thenford id quod fuerat de predicto honore quod Robertus Basset 
habebat, pro forisfacto filiorum predicti Roberti et post dedit duas 
prefata s terras videlicet manerium de Estune et manerium de 
Thenford Ala no filio Hanfray, scilicet Estune pro xxiiij.l. et Thenford 
pro vj.l. in exscambium manerii de Craumersche, quod Hanfray 



HONOUR OF WALLINGFORD. 117 



S. ij. 6. filius Rohaldi, pater prefati Alani, prius habuit ex dono Regis Henrici 
521I522 ' secun di, quod idem rex post reddidit Waltero de Bolebec sicut ius 

De"konor'e SUUm. 

Waiingford Post primam coronacionem Regis Henrici, patris domini regis, 
deNevin tenuit Petrus Boterel manerium de Chaugrave cum pertinenciis, et 
—cont. post mortem eius saisivit domirms Rex Henricus pref atum manerium 
in manum suam et dedit in hoc manerio Henrico Citharedo Emmam 
que fuerat filia Willelmi de Grandune insimul cum hereditate sua, 
et solebat ipsa per annum reddere domino regi de tenemento suo 
lx.s., et dominus Rex Henricus per cartam suam perdonavit predicto 
Henrico et heredibus eius de predicta femina predictum redditum 
lx.s. per servicium unius denarii per annum. In prefato manerio 
de Chaugrave habet modo Thomas Keret xxv. libratas terre per 
voluntatem domini regis absque servicio nominato, et residuum 
manerii est in manu domini regis, unde constabularius Walingheford' 
respondet per annum per xx.l. ad scaccarium reddendas per preceptum 
domini regis ad compotum suum. 

Tempore domini Regis Henrici secundi, tenuit Henricus de Oxone- 
f ord' manerium de Wotthesdune ex dono eiusdem regis, et post mortem 
ipsius Henrici tradidit dominus rex manerium illud Reginaldo de 
Curthenay tenendum ; Simon de Patheshulle tenet modo manerium 
istud per voluntatem domini regis. 

De terra que fuerat Nicholai Basset de predicto honore, quam 
dominus Rex Henricus secundus cepit in manum suam pro forisfacto 
filiorum predicti Nicholai, habent abbas et monachi de Brueria 
feuda duorum militum, scilicet in loco ubi abbacia eorum sita est 
et in duabus grangiis suis scilicet Sandbroke et Tengle, que habent 
partim ex dono prefati Nicholai, antequam filii eius fecissent foris- 
factum pro quo ipse fuit dissaisitus, et partim post ex dono eiusdem 
Regis Henrici, postquam ceperat terras prefati Nicholai in manum 
suam ; hec duo prefata feuda tenent abbas et monachi quieta de 
scutagio per cartam domini Regis Henrici et per cartas successorum 
suorum. De predicta terra que fuerat prefati Nicholai habet 
Robertus de Toreigni feudum dimidii militis in Turkedene quam 
Willelmus filius Henrici, pater eius, ante eum tenuit ex dono domini 
Regis Henrici post forisf actum filiorum predicti Nicholai. De eadem 
terra que fuit ipsius Nicholai, que remansit in manu domini regis, 
est quidam redditus in burgo Oxonie, scilicet xxiij.s. et viij.d. per 
annum unde constabularius quolibet anno ad festum Sancti Michaelis 
respondet ad compotum suum ad scaccarium. 

Item de supradicto honore tenuit Alardus filius Willelmi feudum 
unius militis de hereditate uxoris sue in Gathamthune, et dominus 
Rex Johannes concessit ei feudum illud tenendum de eo per quintam 
partem servicii unius militis ; inde fecit dominus rex cartam suam ; 
hanc terram tenet modo Walterus Pipard, quam habet in maritagio 
cum uxore sua, filia predicti Alardi. 

Robertus Napparius habet feudum unius militis de hereditate 
uxoris sue in Pushulle, et dominus rex perdonavit predicto Roberto 
et heredibus eius per cartam suam predictum servicium militis per 
j. nappam de precio trium solidorum vel per tres solidos reddendos 
pro precio illius nappe ad scaccarium ad festum Sancti Michaelis 
ad compotum constabularii. 



118 A.D. 1212. 



s - ij- 6 - Galfridus de Chausie debuit de f eudo suo servicium duorum militum, 

521-522 e * Manasserus de Sandervile tenuit de eo feudem dimidii militis in 

DeHonore parrochia de Clere in Suhamthesira ; hoc f eudum adquisivit dominus 

WalingfordRex Henricus secundus de predicto Manassero et dedit illud in 

de Nevm elemosinam abbacie de Godestowe, et perdonavit servicium pertinens 

—cont. ad eum de predicto feudo, et ita relaxatus est predictus Galfridus 

de servicio dimidii militis per cartam domini regis. 

Item per inquisicionem quam facere potui est quoddam feudum 
militis in Wyrecestresira in manerio de Cliftune quod Robertus de 
Bavent consuevit tenere, ut audivi dici, de Nicholao Basset in predicto 
honore, et postquam ipse Nicholaus fuit dissaisitus pro forisfacto 
filiorum suorum debebat predictus Robertus tenere illud in capite 
de domino rege ; hoc feudum, quia remotum fuit a castello de 
Walengheford et aliquando per constabularios non potuit iustificari 
et distringi, alienatum est a predicto honore et non est amplius in 
potestate constabulariorum a tempore quo Thomas Basset tempore 
domini Regis Henrici, patris domini regis, habuit custodiam pre- 
dicti honoris. Valete. 

[Endorsed : — ] Domini regis justiciariis et baronibus de scaccario. 

NOMINA TENENCIUM DE DOMINO REQE IN HONORE DE 

WALINQHEFORD. 

Ricardus de Kanvile debet ad servicium domini regis de hereditate 
uxoris sue vij. milites. 

Turstanus Basset vj. milites et tres partes militis. 

Walterus Pipard sex milites. 

Idem in Gathamthune de maritagio uxoris sue pro j. milite quintam 
partem militis per cartam domini regis. 

Amaureus films Roberti de Suleham iiij. milites. 

Willelmus Pahienel pro hereditate que fuit uxoris sue iiij. milites. 

Walterus Crok iiij. milites. 

Petrus films Roberti de la Mare tres milites. 

Hugo de Malo Alneto consuevit de manerio de Chaugrave facere 
tres milites. 

Thomas Keret habet modo in eodem xxv. libratas terre et de 
residuo manerii respondet constabularius Walingheford' per annum 
ad scaccarium per xx.l. ad compotum suum. 

Robertus Alius Amaurei de Cestretune iij. milites. 

Thomas Huskarle tres milites. 

Robert de Harpedene tres milites. 

Henricus de Thaydene iij. milites. 

Willelmus de Arches iij. milites. 

Warinus Alius Geroldi duos milites et dimidium. 

Robertus films Rogeri de duobus militibus et dimidio debet modo 
unum per cartam domini regis. 

Abbas de Bruera de duobus militibus est quietus in scutagio per 
cartam domini regis. 

Alanus Basset de hereditate uxoris sue duos milites. 

Hugo de Druval duos milites. 

Galfridus de Heppeltune duos milites. 

Robertus de Valeines duos milites. 



HONOUR OF WALLINGFORD. 119 



S. ij. 6. Henricus Foliot duos milites. 
L 521-622 2 ' Waltherus Foliot duos milites. 
DeHonore Robertus Foliot de Rowulvesham 1 duos milites. 
Walingford Johannes 2 de Chesney pro hereditate uxoris sue de terra que 
de Ne^m fuerat Galfridi de Bella Aqua duos milites. 
—cant. Milo Neirenuit pro parte sua de eadem terra duos milites. 

Radulfus de Auvers duos milites. 

Galfridus de Chausi duos milites, set dominus rex adquietat inde 
dimidium militem per cartam suam. 

Hirvohi Malet j. militem et dimidium. 

Gilebertus filius Reinfrei de hereditate neptis sue quam habet 
in custodia j. militem. 

Johannes 2 filius Hugonis j. militem. 

Andreas de Bello Campo j. militem. 

Ricard Morin j. militem. 

Feudum quod fuit Hamonis Carbonel j. militem. Petrus filius 
Herberti habet modo illud in custodia per dominum regem. 

Simon Barre j. militem. 

Rogerus de Stanford j. militem. 

Willelmus Basset in Hoklie j. militem. 

Waltherus de Bahienvile j. militem. 

Alexander filius Ricardi pro Ruhicothe j. militem. 

Robertus Corbet in Dalleghe j. militem. 

Feudum Willelmi filii Galfridi in Hedeshore j. militem. 

Robertus Naparius de j . milite est quietus per annum per j . nappam 
vel per tres solidos ad scaccarium. 

Galfridus de Mara in Dudecothe dimidium militem. 

Idem Galfridus in Kingestune quartam partem militis. 

Heres Alani filii Rolandi dimidium militem. Johannes Marescallus 
habet modo illud in custodia per dominum regem. 

Laurencius de Scaccario dimidium militem. 

Robertus de Toreigni dimidium militem. 

Reginaldus Angevin dimidium militem. 

Petrus de Bixe dimidium militem. 

Galfridus filius Angodi dimidium militem. 

Radulfus Dhairel dimidium militem. 

Willelmus Basset quartam partem militis in Hippesdene. 

Waltherus Foliot quartam partem militis in Clopcothe. 

Willelmus de Wudemundeslie quartam partem militis. 

Milo de Morlie quartam partem militis. 

Henricus de Whithefeld quartam partem militis. 

Henricus Bernard quintam partem militis. 

Willelmus de Kingestune quintam partem militis. 

Feudum Warini Pinel qui mortuus est quintam partem militis. 

Feudum Robert! de Ruhtom 3 quod est in manu justiciarii quintam 
partem militis. 

Willelmus de DruvaP quintam partem militis. 

Robert de Buerghefeld quintam partem militis. 

Elias Ghinant quintam partem militis. 

Radulfus de Porta quintam partem militis. 

1 S. ij. 6 has for the w a rune resembling a thorn letter. 

2 S. ij. 6 has Jhoes. 3 Read Rothomago. 



120 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 6. Johannes Kabuz debet servire domino regi in exercitu Wallie 
621-522 ,cum e( l u0 e t sacco et j. broche et debet esse ad custum domini regis 
DeHonorepost primam noctem. 

Walingford 

in Testa NOVA FEUDAMENTA. 

de Nevill 

—cont. Simon de Path'hulle tenet manerium de Wotthesdune quod fuit 
Reginaldi de Curthenay per voluntatem domini regis. 

Robertus de Veteri Ponte habet dimidium ville forinsece de 
Wicumbe extra burgum ex dono domini regis Johannis per servicium 
unius militis. 

Alanus Basset habet aliam medietatem ville forinsece de Wicumbe 
ex dono domini regis Johannis per servicium unius militis. 

Idem Alanus tenet burgum de domino rege ad feudi firmam per 
xx.l. per annum. 

SERVIENTES CASTE LLI DE VETERI FEUDAMENTO. 

Robertus de Basingis tenet tres virgatas terre cum pertinenciis 
partim in servicio partim in dominico et debet servire in coquina 
castelli sicut cocus. 

Radulfus Saillard tenet j. virgatam terre cum pertinenciis et 
debet servire in castello in pistrino sicut pistor. 

Henricus Alius Ivonis tenet j. virgatam terre cum pertinenciis 
et debet servire in castello ad emendandum muros domorum regis 
in castello et muros castelli sicut cementarius ad custum domini 
regis. 

Robertus Alius Willelmi tenet j. virgatam terre et dimidiam et 
servit domino regi ad negocia castelli ad custum domini regis. 

Radulfus arbelastarius consuevit servire domino regi in castello 
de arbelasta sua et per illud servicium tenuit tenementum suum. 

[Endorsed : — ] Summa militum tenendum de domino rege in 
honor e de Walingford cij. feoda et dimidium et xx. part\ 
Honor Walingeford. In libro. 



ESSEX AND HERTFORD. 



II. 253- Abbas de Sancto Walerico tenet unam carucatam terre cum 
pertinenciis in villa de Walle de dono domini Regis Willelmi primi 
in elemosina. 

Robertus Alius Walteri tenet Burnham et Wudeham de domino 
rege, et pertinet ad baroniam suam. 

Filius Boydini Ailet tenet iiij or I. redditus in villa de Bradewell' 1 
quas recipit per annum de Willelmo de Duna, quas dominus Henricus 
Rex secundus dedit Boydino patri suo per servicium glavie. 

Willelmus Chen tenet in eadem villa vj. libra tas terre per seriantiam 
glavie quas Rex Henricus secundus dedit patri suo. 

Willelmus f rater domini Regis Henrici dedit Bradewell per servicium 
unius militis Thome Bardulf , et Thomas Bardulf dedit tres partes 



de Bradewell' repeated. 



ESSEX AND HERTFORD. 121 



II. 253- ville tribus filiabus suis in maritagio, scilicet Roberto de Sancto 
259— conL Remigio, Willelmo Bacun et Baldwino de Thoni, et idem Thomas 
retinuit dimidium feodum militis scilicet quartam partem quam 
Baldwinus de Thoni et Thomas de Borfare tenent et quartam partem 
quam Simon Cocus tenet in eadem villa, et quando Normanni 
amiserunt terras suas dominus Rex Johannes dedit partem Willelmi 
Bacun et partem Roberti de Sancto Remigio Thome filio Bernardi, 
et postea dedit Alicie de Garpenvill' que modo tenet per servicium 
dimidii militis. 

Rogerus de CramavhT tenet Danesy de honore Peverelli 
Londoniarum per ij. partes militis de conquestu. 

Robertus de Mortimer tenet Parvam Wudeham de dono Regis 
Henrici secundi per dimidium militem, quam dominus Rex Henricus 
secundus dedit patri predicti Roberti in maritagio ; Alicia de Hailesle 
tenet iiij. partem militis de eodem feodo. 

Ricardus filius Ranulphi habet servicium unius militis in Magna 
Hailesle, quod Matheus Mantel' ei debet facere, et Johannes de 
Munvirun attornatur eidem Matheo per ipsum Ricardum. 

Willelmus de Lungespee dedit Olivero filio Amis' villam de Maldon' 
et post obitum Oliveri, Eudo filius Ernisii dedit medietatem Eudoni 
Paterik' quam adhuc tenet ; et aliam medietatem fratribus de 
Bosco Herebald ; et ipsi escambiaverunt illam medietatem episcopo 
Londoniensi per dominum Regem Johannem, quam modo habet 
in manu sua. 

Abbas Colecestrie tenet Mundun' de dono Eudonis senescalli in 
elemosina. 

Matheus Mantel' tenet feodum dimidii militis in Parva Maldon' 
de dono Regis Henrici. 

Due prebende in ecclesia Sancte Marie de Maldon' pertinent ad 
ecclesiam Sancti Martini Londoniarum, set nescimus cuius dono vel 
per quern. 

Honor Hagenet. 1 Purle est dominicum manerium de honore de 
Hagenet et est in manu domini regis. 

Almaricus BatalP tenet feodum unius militis in Walla de eodem 
honore. 

Willelmus de Huntingefeld' habet feodum unius militis in Lacendon', 
quern 2 Hugo de Lacendon' tenet, de eodem honore. 

Bolonia. 1 Ricardus filius Alcheri tenet Lagef are Magna m in capite 
de domino rege per iiij. partem militis de feodo Bolonie quam Rex 
Henricus secundus dedit Willelmo filio Alcheri, et descendit 
Ricardo filio Alcheri ut heredi suo. 

Radulfus de Roffa tenet Parvam Lagefare in capite de domino 
rege per dimidium militem. 

Gilbertus de Tani tenet Fifhide in baronia sua de domino rege. 

Willelmus de Averenches tenet Morton in baronia sua de domino 
rege. 

Johannes de Sanford tenet Wlvermeston' per seriantiam camere 
domine regine. 

1 In margin. * Read quam. 



122 A.D. 1212. 



II. 253- Willelmus 1 de Munceus tenet Parvam Angr' de domino rege de 
—cont. maresc } iauc i e q Ue f u j^ j e baronia Gilberti de Tani. 

Galfridus filius Petri tenet Waltham de domino rege in baronia sua. 

Comes Willelmus Arundell' tenet Haningefeld' de domino rege 
cum herede Willelmi de Munkanesy. 

Willelmus comes Ferrar' tenet Wudeham de domino rege et 
Robertus frater eius de eo. 

Radulfus de la Neweland tenet servicium ij. militum de domino 
rege in Neweland' de conquestu. 

Johannes de Borham tenet de domino rege Borham et Badewe 
per j. militem. 

Prioratus de Bikenacre est elemosina domini regis et est in manu 
sua. 

Petrus Picot tenet Springefeld in custodia de honore Peverel 
cum Radulfo de BesevilP per servicium ij. militum per dominum 
regem. 

Comes Cestrie tenet Badewe in baronia sua in capite de domino 
rege et dedit illud in maritagio cum sorore sua Comiti David. 

Robertus Marescallus tenet unam hydam terre in Badewe per 
serianciam ad custodiendum j. palefridum domini regis ad libera- 
cionem suam. 

Johannes de Sanford' tenet Fingrith' et Gingam' per seriantiam 
talami regine. 

Willelmus de Kiveli tenuit in Borham dimidiam carucatam terre 
quam Rex Henricus dedit Hugoni de Kiveli, set nescitur per quod 
servicium, et solet pertinere ut dicitur ad manerium de Writele. 
Et Willelmus de Kiveli dimisit illam episcopo Londoniensi pro j.m. 
per annum illi reddenda. Et episcopus dimisit illam Rogero filio 
Alani per idem servicium, et est in manu domini regis pro debitis 
Judeorum. 

Brianus Aquarius tenet in Writele terram que fuit Willelmi 
Martiwas de dono domini Regis Johannis, reddendo inde per annum 
xx. s. scilicet manerio de Writer et per seriantiam foreste. 

Ricardus de Messebir' tenet iiij. partem militis in Messeb' de 
honore Bolonie de domino rege. 

Gilbertus de Tani tenet Auvilers in baronia sua de domino rege. 

Johannes de Bassingburn' tenet Turrok' per dominum regem cum 
warda heredum Bartholomei de Briencun per servicium unius militis. 

Willelmus de Curtenay tenet Upminstr' de baronia de Banton' 
et est de pertinenciis de Bolewic'. 

Hugo le Bret tenet iiij. partem militis in Keliton' de domino rege 
de eschaeta Henrici de Essex'. 

Peverel de Dovor'. 2 Rogerus de CramavilP tenet Renham de 
eschaeta Peverel' de Dovr' per j. militem. 

Michael de Huntidon' tenet Warle cum pertinenciis de feodo 
episcopi Londoniensis per j. militem cum herede Radulfi de Setmoles. 

Abbatissa de Berking' tenet Warle in elemosinam ; nescitur 
cuius dono. 

Abbas de Waltham tenet Waldam et Upminstr' in elemosina per 
dominum regem ex conquestu Anglie. <> 

1 Cf. p. 75, line 21. 2 In margin. 



ESSEX AND HERTFORD. 123 



II. 253- Villa de Wokendon' data abbatie Westmonasterii in elemosinam ; 
259— com. nesc itur cuius dono. 

Robertus filius Rogeri tenet Clavring' dono Regis Henrici secundi 
de feodo Henrici de Essex' per unum militem. 

Johannes de RocheP tenet Berdon' de domino rege per feodum 
unius militis de eodem feodo Henrici de Essex. 

Comes Sancti Pauli tenet in villa de Farnham dimidiam hydam 
de dono eiusdem regis de feodo comitis Essexie. 

Cestrehunt' de honore Britannie, quam tenent Simon de Campo 
Remigii et Eustachius frater suus de dono domini regis. 

In eadem villa Willelmus Pincerna tenet de domino rege terciam 
partem j. militis et postea dedit wardam ad castrum de Richemunt. 

Simon le Bret tenet iiij. partem feodi unius militis in eadem villa 
quam Alexander de Pointherne tenuit per simile servicium. 

Philippus de Cestrehunt tenet iiij. partem feodi militis et debet 
wardam ad castrum de Richemunt. 

Robertus de Roppeslea tenet Rinwell' 1 de baronia de Limesy per 
servicium duorum militum et tenet ut in warda per dominum regem. 

Robertus filius Walteri tenet Hertfordingber' de honore de 
Valuines. 

Hugo de Scalar' tenet Berkamsted' per feodum unius militis et 
pertinet ad baroniam. 

Nicholaus de Anest' tenet in Braking' feodum unius militis de 
honore Bolonie quod Robertus filius Walteri habet cum eo in 
custodia. 

Comes de Clar' tenet manerium de Standon' in capite de domino 
rege et pertinet ad honorem de Clara. 

Comes Wintonie tenet manerium de Wares in capite de domino 
rege per tres partes feodi unius militis. 

Galfridus de Say tenet Sabrichteswrth' in capite de domino rege 
et pertinet ad honorem Comitis Willelmi de MandevilP. 

Galfridus filius Petri habet feodum unius militis in Gedeliston' 
et pertinet ad baroniam Willelmi de MandevilP. 

Idem in Thorneley feodum unius militis et quintam partem unius 
militis que tenentur de eo. 

Baldwinus Wak' habet in Estwic' et in Beningho feoda duorum 
militum et tenet de eo Ricardus de Tany. 

Comes 2 Ricardus de Estriguil habuit in Staumstede feoda duorum 
militum que Michael de Wanci tenuit de eo, et modo tenet abbatia 
de Waltham de dono Regis Henrici, qui relaxavit predicto comiti 
servicium ij. militum eo quod idem comes relaxaret abbatie de 
Waltham predicta ij. servicia de Stanstede. 

Willelmus de Bello Campo habet in Hamesdun' de domino rege 
feodum j. militis. 

Ricardus de Mumflchet tenet in capite de domino rege feoda 
iij. militum vj. parte unius 3 militis in Westmelne et in Gatesber'. 

Hugo de Baillol tenet Hiche in capite de domino rege in augmento 
baronie sue de dono Henrici Regis, avi 4 domini regis, et defendit 
terrain cum alia baronia sua per feoda duorum militum. 

1 Read Amwell. 2 For another version of this entry see below, p. 124. 
3 Read et vj. partem unius or vj. parte minus. 4 Read proavi. 



124 A.D. 1212. 



II. 253- Paganus de Chaurces tenet Linlee et Wilian de dono domini regis 
per servicium unms militis. 

Robertus de Mara tenet de domino rege in Walden' feodum j. 
militis de conquestu. 

Gilbertus de Meperteshale tenet duas hydas terre et dimidiam de 
domino rege per servicium de lardeneria. 

Ricardus de Merston' tenet de feodo Baldewini Wake feodum unius 
militis in Rochamstede. 

Simon Ylbert tenet iiij. partem feodi unius militis in Hodesdon'. 

Item Baldewinus Wake tenet iij. partes unius militis in Hertford', 
Stapelford, et Chelse. 

Gerardus de FurnivaH' tenet Munden' de domino rege de honore 
Britannie de dono Comitis Galfridi. 

Dominus Rex Henricus, pater domini regis, dedit villain de Eston' 
domui de Rading' in liberam elemosinam pro anima Regis Henrici, 
avi sui, et ob reverenciam corporis sui sepulti apud Rading' ad 
faciendum anniversarium suum et ceteras elemosinas que sibi fiunt 
assidue pro eo. 

Ricardus de Argentun tenet Wilemundeslea de domino rege per 
seriantiam scilicet ad serviendum de una cupa argentea ad corona - 
cionem domini regis, et antecessores sui tenuerunt de antecessoribus 
domini regis de veteri feoffamento per idem servicium. 

Henricus maior Londonie tenet Watton per seriantiam inveniendi 
unum hominem peditem ad exercitum domini regis in Wallia cum 
arcu et sagittis, et antecessores sui tenuerunt per idem servicium 
de antecessoribus domini regis. 

Villa de Trahing fuit data Comiti Eustacio ad gernums ad 
conquestum terre et idem liabuit unam filiam que fuit uxor Regis 
Stephani et ipsi dederunt ipsam villain oblacione ad Favresham in 
liberam elemosinam. 

Comes Leycestrie habet tres partes feodi unius militis quas Radulfus 
de Puteham tenet in Putenham. 

Comes 1 Ricardus de Strigull habuit in Stanstede feoda duorum 
militum que Michael de Wancy tenuit de eo, que nunc abbatia de 
Waltham habet et dominus Rex Henricus, pater domini regis, 
relaxavit predicto comiti de servicio quod illi debuit feoda duorum 
militum eo quod idem comes predicta ij. servicia de Stanstede 
abba tie relaxaret. 

Storteford' cum pertinenciis pertinens ad episcopum Londoniensem 
est in manu domini regis, et pertinent ad episcopatum xxxvj. milites 
et tercia pars militis. 

Bolon'. 2 Johannes Alius Bernardi in Ruth iiij. partes unius militis. 

Wlllelmus Baset tenet de advocato de Bietun Ressenden' per 
vj.l. per annum quas reddit domino regi. 

Willelmus de Chau tenet viij. partem unius militis et in eadem 
villa Rogerus Camerarius viij. partem unius militis. 

Adam de Portu tenet feodum unius militis in Clahale, quod Ricardus 
de Clahale tenet. 

Milo de Sumery feodum unius militis in Bigrave quod Adam de 
Sumeri tenet. 

1 For another version of this entry see above, p. 123. 2 In margin. 



ESSEX AND HERTFORD. 125 



II. 253- Baldewinus de Bietun tenet feodum unius militis de honore de 
259-cont. Gravene i in Waudlington'. 

Abbas de Rames' in Tiresfeld' tenet feoda iiij. militum. 

KeleshulP, Hatfeld', Hadham, terre episcopi Eliensis sunt in manu 
domini regis. 

Johannes de Samford' tenet Hormad' et Nuthamstede per 
seriantiam regine de veteri feoffamento. 

Anesti et Parva Hormad' feoda duorum militum que Robertus 
Alius Walteri tenet per dominum regem in custodia cum herede 
Huberti de Anesti et in Parva Anesti feodum dimidii militis de 
honore Ricardi de Sokavill'. 

Idem feodum unius militis in Apseden'. 

Idem feodum dimidii militis in Berkeden' de honore Bolonie de 
veteri feoffamento. 

Radulfus de Roffa feodum unius militis et dimidii in Newesel' et 
in Berkeweya. 

Comes Albricus habet feodum unius militis in Alfladewic et in 
Ykinton de honore Bolonie. 

Adam de Portu feodum unius militis in Bocland' et feodum dimidii 
militis in Ykinton' et iiij. partem militis in Popleshal'. 

Willelmus de Scalar' terciam partem unius militis in Horseden'. 

Comes Saresberie tenet Gatesden' de domino rege quod pertinet 
ad baroniam suam. 

Radulfus de Toany tenet Flamstede de domino rege. 

Johannes Mareschal tenet Bareworthe de domino rege. 

Milo de Sumeri tenet feodum unius militis de honore Gloucestrie 
in Mimmes. 



II A. 259 " VEREDICTUM HOMINUM DE WRITEL', MANERIO DOMINI REGIS. 

260. 

Quedam terra in Borham quam Willelmus de Kiveli tenuit et 
dimisit illam episcopo Londoniensi Willelmo de Sancte Marie 
Ecclesia, et predictus episcopus dimisit earn Rogero filio Alani, 
pertinet ad manerium de Writer, et quod solet reddere per annum 
ad curiam de Writel' xx.s. et quod Godebold de Writel, qui earn 
tenuit, captus a Comite Galfrido, patre Willelmi de MandevilP, tempore 
Regis Stephani pro redempcione sua versus predictum comitem aquie- 
tanda posuit in vadimonium antecessori predicti Willelmi de Kiveli, 
et ab illo tempore predicti xx.s. non sunt soluti ad predictum manerium. 

Brianus Aquarius tenet quandam terram in eadem villa per 
serianciam quam Willelmus de Martiwas facere 2 scilicet per 
foresteriam et reddit per annum xx.s. 

Radulfus le Bodere tenet quoddam mesuagium in eodem manerio 
et est inde serviens domini regis in comitatu Essex' et reddit inde 
vj.d. 

Comes Rogerus tenet quoddam mesuagium cum pertinenciis in 
eodem manerio quod fuit datum antecessoribus suis per liberacionem 
ad hospitandum a domino Henrico Rege avo, 4 et nullum inde faciunt 
servicium manerio. 

Heres Ricardi de Mumfichet unum mesuagium cum pertinenciis 
eodem manerio. 3 

1 Read Cravene. 2 After facere supply solebat. 

3 Read modo. 4 Read proavo. 



126 A.D. 1212. 



II. 259- Warinus filius Geroldi unum mesuagium cum pertinenciis eodem 
2W-cont. modo 

Comes de Alba Maria ij. feoda et unum quarterium. 



II. 260- Veredictum sex militum de dimidio hundredo de Waltham de 
inquisicione dominicorum domini regis et serviciorum et seriantiarum 
et de eorum alienacionibus. Dicunt quod dominus Rex Henricus, 
pater domini nostri regis, quando amovit canonicos seculares de 
ecclesia Sancte Crucis de Waltham et in ea canonicos regulares pro 
salute sua et heredum suorum constituit, dedit eis in liberam 
elemosinam ad sustentacionem suam duo membra de manerio suo 
de Waltham, scilicet Prestberi et Siwardeston'. Post cuius obitum 
Rex Ricardus, filius eius, accepto regno, ad incrementum et 
promocionem elemosine Regis Henrici, patris sui, dedit predictis 
ecclesie et canonicis totum residuum memorati manerii de Waltham 
cum omnibus pertinenciis in feodi firma, tenendum in perpetuum 
pro lx.l. annuatim reddendis inde ad scaccarium domini regis, et 
attornavit omnes tenentes de predicto manerio de omnibus serviciis 
et consuetudinibus suis, que inde ante ei et antecessoribus suis facere 
solebant, predictis ecclesie Sancte Crucis de Waltham et canonicis 
per easdem libertates per quas ipse rex illud habuit et tenuit quando 
fuit in manu sua. 

Dicunt eciam quod Ricardus filius Mathei 1 tenuit per seriantiam 
de acceindre coram domino rege terram quam Orgarus clericus, 
avunculus eius, tenuit per sex sol. annuatim in Eppingges et terram 
quam Matheus 2 pater eius tenuit in Waltham pro ij.s. annuatim 
reddendis. Et hec seriantia incepit tempore Regis Henrici, patris 
domini regis, et per ipsum regem. Preterea idem Ricardus filius 
Mathei x tenet terram que fuit Puhieri in Waltham unde solebat reddere 
domino regi unam marcam annuatim, et terram que fuit Philippi 
filii Fiel in Waltham unde solebat reddere annuatim x.s. domino 
regi ; quam marcam cum x.s. Rex Ricardus eidem Ricardo filio 
Alcheri reliquit, et precepit in perpetuum ut computaretur in 
predictis lx.l. ad scaccarium suum predictis ecclesie et canonicis 
de Waltham. 

Dicunt eciam quod de aliis demandis nichil sciunt. 

Menigar' le Napier dicit quod Rex Henricus, avus 3 domini regis, 
feodavit antecessores suos per seriantiam de naperie et dicit quod 
quando comes de Arundel duxit Reginam Aliciam in uxorem removit 
illud servicium, et fecit inde reddere xx.s. per annum, et predictus 
Menigarus tenet illud feodum de abbate de Waltham per idem 
servicium xx.s. 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 

S. ij. 8. Inquisicio facta per comitatum Norfolch' et Suff' qui tenent 
352 ^ e domino rege in capite per militare servicium' vel per serianteriam 

1 Read Alcheri. See Feet of Fines for Essex, vol. i. p. 85; Red Book 
of the Exchequer, p. 508 ; and p. 345. 

2 Read Alcherus. 3 Read proavus. 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 127 



S. ij- 8. et qui ea teneant et per quod servicium, et que sunt data vel alienata 
352— cont ve ^ P er serv i cuim ve l elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo. 



HUNDREDUM DE CLAKELOS . 

Comes de Clare tenet feoda vj. militum in capite et feodum dimidii 
militis per militare servicium in eodem hundredo, nee aliquid inde 
alienatur quo minus teneat in capite de domino rege. 

Comes de Warenne tenet feoda vj. militum j. quarterio minus, 
in capite de domino rege per militare servicium, unde nichil alienatur 
quo minus teneat in capite de rege. 

Comes Rogerus le Bigot tenet feodum j. militis in Bichham Welles 
de domino rege per militare servicium, et nichil inde alienatur. 

Gaufridus filius Petri tenet Suldham et 1 servicium dimidii militis 
de domino rege, unde nichil alienatum est. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Wyrmagaie de domino rege per servicium 
feodorum vj. militum j. quarterio minus, et ibidem xx. partem 
feodi j. militis, unde nichil alienatum est. 

Gaufridus de Marl] am tenet feodum j. militis in Marham de honore 
de Hagenet. 

Hermerus de Bekeswell' et Michaelus 2 de Snora tenent quasdam 
terras a domino rege unde reddunt ad firmam vicecomitis xx.s. in 
Berton' et in Bekeswell'. 

Episcopus de Ely tenet feodum dimidii militis in Bekeswell' de 
domino rege. 

Abbas Sancti Edmundi habet Rungeton' in elemosina que fuit 
antiquitus dominicum domini regis, sed nescitur de cuius dono. 



SUTHERPINGHAM. 

Hugo de Boues tenet Eylesham dominicum domini regis de domino 3 
Regis Johannis, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Sacrista Sancti Edmundi habet x. libratas terre de dono domini 
Regis Ricardi in Eylesham in puram elemosinam de eodem domi- 
nico. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Causton' que fuit dominicum domini 
regis de dono domini Regis Johannis, sed nescimus per quod 
servicium. 

Walterus Tursard' tenuit in Baningham arbalisteriam de dono 
domini Regis Henrici antiqui, et fuit membrum de Causton' que 
est dominicum domini regis, et adhuc tenet Aviz Tursard illud 
tenementum per arbalisteriam. 

Hubertus Corndebof tenet in Banigh' et in Erpingh' arbalisteriam 
de dono Henrici Regis antiqui, et fuit membrum de Causton' qui 
est dominicum regis per servicium arbalisterie. 

Willelmus May tenuit in Causton' xx. solidatas terre per veneriam 
de dono domini Regis Henrici antiqui et Willelmus Mai filius Robert! 
May tenet adhuc per idem servicium. 

1 Read per. 2 So in original (S. ij. 8). 

3 Bead dono. 



128 A.D. 1212. 



THEOFORD. 

S ii 8 

II. 336- Canonici de Theoford' habent xx. solidatas terre de dominico 
352— cont.de Theof de dono Henrici Regis, patris domini regis, in puram 

elemosinam. 

Dominus Rex Ricardus habuit totam villain de Theof in 

dominicum suum et dedit earn Comiti Hamelin' in excambium de 

Columbers, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

HUMELGARD. 

Robertus de Wrthelsted tenet de domino rege j. carucatam terre 
cum pertinenciis in Erlham per servicium arbalisterie. 

Monachi de Norwico tenent Lakeham' de dono Henrici Regis primi 
in elemosinam, sed nescitur utrum fuit dominicum regis annon. 

Radulfus de Karleton' et Willelmus filius Johannis tenent de 
domino rege in capite xxx. acras terre in Carleton' per servicium 
ferendi patillos de primo allece domino regi ubicunque inventus 
fuerit in Anglia. 

srepham. 

Willelmus comes Arundell' tenet Bukeham de domino rege in 
capite, sed nescimus per quod servicium. Willelmus de Albeni, 
avus istius Willelmi comitis, dedit ecclesie Sancti Jacobi de Bukeh' 
duas carucatas terre in elemosinam de eodem feodo. 

Episcopus Norwicensis tenet Eccles de domino rege in capite, 
sed nescitur si sit baronia vel elemosina. 

Episcopus Elyensis tenet Brigh' de domino rege in capite, sed 
nescitur si sit baronia vel elemosina. 

Radulfus de Toni tenet Wrethamtorp' de domino rege in capite 
et est de sua baronia, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Abas 1 de Becco tenet Estwretham de elemosina antecessorum 
Radulfi de Toni et est de eadem baronia de Wrethamtorp'. 

Abas 1 de Cunches tenet Westwretham de elemosina antecessorum 
ipsius Radulfi et est de eadem baronia de Wrethamtorp'. 

Prior de Theford' habet unam carucatam terre in Kilverdeston' 
de elemosina comitis Arundell' et est de baronia sua de Bukeh', 
quam tenet de domino rege in capite. 

GILDECROS. 

Willelmus comes Arundell' tenet Keninghale de domino rege in 
capite, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Comes Rogerus le Bigot tenet Lopham' de domino rege in capite, 
sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Comes Willelmus le Marescal tenet medietatem de Banham de 
domino rege, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

holt. 

Rogerus la Velie tenuit xxiiij.s. redditus de domino rege per 
serianteriam, modo tenet per militare servicium. Et notandum 

1 Read Abbas. 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 129 



s - ij- 8 - est quod idem Rogerus tenet omnes terras suas citra mare et ultra 
352— lont P er servicium quarte partis feodi j. militis. 

Bathele pertinet ad Fakeham que 1 de dominico domini regis 
et Robertus Burnel tenet earn reddendo inde annuatim ad Fakeham 
x.l., sed nescitur per quern. 

SUTGRENEHO. 

Willelmus de Monte Canesin' tenuit Gurreston' 2 quam modo habet 
comes Arundell' in warda per dominum regem, et tenet per servicium 
feodi j. militis, et fuit quondam dominicum regis et data fuit 
antecessoribus predicti Willelmi per Henricum Regem, avum 3 domini 
regis. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet Neweton' de dono domini Regis Johannis, 
et fuit dominicum domini regis, sed nescitur per quod servicium 
tenet. 

Ranulphus 4 filius Roberti tenet Houton' in capite de domino rege 
per servicium dimidii militis. 

BROTHERCROS. 

Fakeham cum pertinenciis fuit dominicum domini regis tempore 
Henrici Regis primi. Idem Henricus dedit earn Hugoni Capel 
per servicium feodorum ij. militum, et de Hugone descendit ad 
Hugonem Seinure et de Hugone ad Walterum filium suum et de 
Waltero ad filias ipsius Walteri et de filiis ipsius Walteri cecidit in 
manum domini regis ut terra Poer 5 et dominus Rex Johannes dedit 
earn comiti Arundell' qui earn tenet, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

Duntone cum pertinenciis fuit escaeta domini regis et fuit data 
Radulfo de HauvnT primo per manum Henrici Regis, patris domini 
regis, et postea descendit ad Radulfum filium suum et de Radulfo 
ad Henricum filium suum qui earn tenet per falconeriam de domino 
rege in capite. 

Cree. 6 Terra quam Radulfus de Bella Fago tenet 7 fuit dominicum 
domini regis tempore Henrici Regis primi qui earn dedit Radulfo 
de Bella Fago pro servicio dimidii militis, et de illo Radulfo descendit 
ad Radulfum filium suum et de illo Radulfo ad Emmam neptem 
ipsius Radulfi que earn tenet de domino rege per idem servicium. 

HENSTED. 

Comes Rogerus tenet Bramingh' de domino rege in capite de dono 
Henrici Regis primi et pertinet ad baroniam suam, sed nescitur per 
quod servicium. 

Monachi de Norwico tenent Ameringehale de dono Henrici Regis 
primi in elemosinam. 

1 After que, supply est. 2 A curious form of Gooderston. 

3 Read proavum. 4 Written so in the original. 

5 Terra Poer may mean land of a man of Poix. For Poer and Puherius 
see J. H. Round, Feudal England, p. 47 8, and Peerage and Family History, 
p. 18. See also p. 619 below. 

6 Read Crec. 7 Read tenuit. 

Wt, 3705, p 9 



130 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 8. Heredes Johannis de Bidon' tenent quartam partem feodi i. militis 
352— cont * n Kirkeby in capite de domino rege et pertinet ad baroniam suam 
sed uxor Johannis de Bokesford' 1 tenet illam partem in dotem de 
dono Johannis de Bidun', viri sui. 

TUNSTED. 

Rogerus la Velie tenet quandam partem terre in villa de Witton' 
que pertinet ad terram suam de Fissele et tenuit earn de dono Henrici 
Regis antiqui per austriceriam ; modo tenet per servicium militare. 

Ysac de Felmingh' tenet quandam terram in Witton' quam 
Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, dedit patri suo Habrahe pro 
rumore quern illi narravit de rege Scocie capto, sed nescitur per 
quod servicium. 

In Bradefeld' sunt xvj.s. redditus que pertinent ad x. libratas 
terre quas Ricardus Rex dedit Sancto Edmundo in elemosinam. 

FOUREHO. 

Comes Arundell' tenet de domino rege Wimundh', sed nescimus 
de cuius dono nee per quod servicium. 

ersham'. 

Rogerus le Bigot vetus tenuit Ersham de antecessoribus domini 
regis in capite de conquesto Anglie et postea tenuit earn comes Hugo 
le Bigot et comes Rogerus le Bigot nunc earn tenet de domino rege 
in capite ut in baronia. 

Warinus le Ostricer tenet unam carucatam terre in Redehaule 
in capite de domino rege per hostriceriam. 

fleg'. 

Hugo de Gurnai tenet terram suam de Castre de domino rege in 
capite sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Ormesbi est de dominico domini regis et Johannes filius Hugonis 
tenet earn, que solet reddere domino regi xvj.l. sed nescitur qualiter, 
tenet. 

Walterus de Evermu tenet Runham que fuit dominicum domini 
regis per duo modia vini et cc. piromagnos de domino rege in capite. 

NORTHGRENEHO. 

Willelmus de Kaiou tenet Wicton' de domino rege in capite, sed 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Oliver de Vallibus tenet Hocton' de domino rege in capite per 
servicium xx.s. et respondet ad corpus comitatus. 

MUTEFORD. 

Johannes Marescallus tenet feodum j. militis in capite de domino 
rege per servicium militare. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet feoda duorum militum in capite de 
domino rege per servicium militare. 

1 Read Rokesford. 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 131 



S. ij. 8. Radulfus de Cameis' tenet quartam partem feodi j. militis de 
352— cont< domino rege in capite per servicium militare. 

depwad'. 

Rogerus filius Willelmi tenet de domino rege iiij. libratas terre 
per servicium quarte partis feodi j. militis de dono domini Regis 
Johannis. 1 

happing'. 

Rogerus de Sancto Dionisio tenet in Hemsted' feodum dimidii 
militis de domino rege in capite per servicium militare. 

Stannardus presbyter de Waxtonesham tenuit xij. acras terre 
de domino rege Willelmi 2 in Waxtonesh' per servicium vj.d. Et 
antiquus Rex Henricus dedit hos vj.d. redditus ad luminare altaris 
Sancti Benedicti de Holmo, et heredes Johannis de Yngh' tenent 
predictam terram de Sancto Benedicto. 

DISCE. 

Comes Arundell' tenet unum boschum et v. homines in villa 
de Fersfelde de domino rege in capite, set nesciunt quo modo nee 
per quod servicium. Set dominus Rex Ricardus reddidit patri 
istius comitis, sed nesciunt utrum reddidit ei ut hereditatem suam 
vel pro servicio suo ei dedit. 

Henricus Rex senex reddidit Ricardo de Luci Disce, sed nesciunt 
quo modo nee per quod servicium. Nesciunt eciam utrum reddidit 
ei ut hereditatem suam vel pro servicio suo ei dedit. Predictus 
vero Ricardus dedit Waltero filio Roberti ipsam terram in maritagio 
cum filia sua, quam Robertus filius Walteri nunc tenet sicut heres, 
sed nescitur per quod servicium, et fuit dominicum regis. 

Bartholomeus de Auviliers tenet v. solidatas terre in Selfhangr' 
de domino rege in capite, que pertinet ad suam serienteriam et debet 
seriancios ducere in servicium domini regis in exercitu, set nescitur 
quot et ad custum domini regis, et dicit se debere esse constabularium 
omnium serianciorum in Norf et Sufi '. 

Willelmus de Meauling' tenet xl. solidatas terre in Burston' de 
domino rege in capite per serienteriam, scilicet vendendi averia in 
comitatibus Norf et Sun ' pro debitis domini regis. 

Adam de Stawell' tenet c. solidatas terre in Osemundeston' de 
domino rege in capite que fuit de feodo Radulfi de Feugeres, sed 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

WAINELUND. 

Comes Warennie tenet Sculeton' de domino rege de hereditate 
Willelmi de Mortuo Mari, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Heredes Johannis de Bidun tenent villam de Sowe de domino 
rege per servicium feodi dimidii militis et uxor eiusdem Johannis 
tenet illam in dotem de dono Johannis de Bidun. 

Robertus de Saham tenet feodum dimidii militis in Saham' de 
domino rege per servicium militare. 

1 The last five words are an addition in the same hand. 

2 Bead de dono regis Willelmi, 



132 A.D. 1212. 



tt %i5l Willelmus de Hasting' tenet x. libratas terre in Asle per serianteriam, 
352— cont. scilicet existendi dispensarius in dispensa domini regis. 

Domina Laurette tenet in Sculeton' c. solidatas terre per 
serianteriam existendi lardarius in lardaria domini regis. 

lawendich'. 

Johannes Marescallus et Rogerus de Cressi tenent Swaneton' de 
domino rege, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Robertus filius Rogeri tenet Lechesh' de domino rege, sed nescitur 
per quod servicium sed pertinet ad baroniam uxoris sue. 

Episcopus Norwicensis tenet Elmham de domino rege, sed nescitur 
per quod servicium. 

Melham cum pertinenciis fuit dominicum domini regis quam 
Willelmus filius Alani tenuit in capite de domino rege per servicium 
feodi j. militis ; modo habet Johannes Extraneus custodiam per 
dominum regem. 

GRIMESHO. 

Comes de Warenne tenet quoddam molendinum in capite de 
domino rege sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

BLAFELD. 

Odo de Danmartin tenet Strumeshag' cum pertinenciis in capite 
de domino rege per servicium feodi j. militis. 

Hugo de Gurnai tenet Kantele de domino rege in capite, sed 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Episcopus Norwicensis tenet Blafeld cum pertinenciis de domino 
rege in capite, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

TAVERHAM. 

Prior Norwicensis tenet Catton' in liberam elemosinam de dono 
domini Regis Henrici primi. 

Abatissa de Cadamo tenet Horsted' in elemosinam de dono 
Willelmi Bastardi. 

NORTH ERPINGH'. 

Halnad' de Bidun' tenuit in Sypeden' quartam partem feodi j. 
militis de dono Henrici Regis antiqui, et fuit membrum de Eylesham' 
que est dominicum domini regis ; et modo tenet illam partem 
Willelmus de Wirecestr' per quartam partem feodi j. militis. 

norewic'. 

Norwicus est dominicum domini regis, sed moniales de Carhow 
habent quandam terram de progenitoribus domini regis in eadem 
villa in elemosinam, que conputatur ad scaccarium in firma Norwici 

pro xx. s. 

NORTHERPINGHAM. ^ 

Henricus Rex, pater domini Regis Johannis, dedit in Bech' Abraham 
de Felmingh' quoddam tenementum quod fuit membrum de Eylesh' 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 133 



S. ij. 8. et consuevit solvere dimidiam m. argenti manerio de Eylesh', et 
w>—corit P os t°i uam Abraham habuit illud tenementum nichil solvit manerio 
de Eylesh' neque alicui, quod scitur. 

eynesford'. 

Comes de Albemar' tenet in Folesh' de domino rege in capite 
de dono domini Regis Ricardi per servicium feodorum iiij. militum 
simul cum aliis tenementis que tenet de rege. 

Comes de Warenne tenet de domino rege in Falesh' xj.l. terre in 
excambium terre sue de ultra mare de dono domini Regis Ricardi. 

Willelmus Tresgoz tenet Billingeford' de domino rege in capite, 
scilicet per servicium feodi j. militis et dimidii. 

Paganus de Chaurces tenet j. terram que fuit Alexandri de Riul 
in Salle et tenet de domino rege per servicium quarte partis feodi 
j. militis. 

frethebr'. 

Well' cum pertinenciis data fuit abbacie de Cadamo in elemosinam 
per Regem Willelmum primum. 

Gaufridus de Merlai tenet quoddam feodum in Illington' de 
Huberto de Burgo per heredem Willelmi de Warenne uxorem suam, 
quod Bernerus serviens tenuit quondam de progenitoribus domini 
regis per serianteriam ; nescimus per quam ; et postea datum fuit 
Reginaldo de Warrenn' per Henricum Regem, patrem domini regis ; 
nescimus per quod servicium. 

Terra de Babbingele quam Robertus de Tateshale tenuit de domino 
rege est in manu domini regis per mortem ipsius Roberti, sed nescimus 
per quod servicium tenuit. 

Comes de Warenne tenet Est Acre cum pertinenciis de domino 
rege, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Comes Arundell' tenet Rising' de domino rege, sed nescitur per 
quod servicium. 

Episcopus Norwicensis tenet Lenne cum pertinenciis de domino 
rege, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

SUFFOLCH. 

blithing'. 

Blieburg' fuit dominicum domini Regis Henricus, patris domini 
Regis Johannis, et dominus Rex Henricus dedit manerium illud 
Willelmo de Kesnet' per servicium feodi j. militis et modo tenet 
Robertus filius Rogeri manerium illud per idem servicium. 

wainef', 

Westhale est manerium domini regis et respondet per annum per 
manum vicecomitis de xvj.l. ad scaccarium. 

Soca de FranchevhT in Wilingh' et Werlingh' fuit dominicum 
domini regis et fuit membrum de Mutford' regis scilicet Willelmi 
primi ; et idem Willelmus dedit illam Hugoni de Monford', qUam 
Henricus de Mailoc tenet modo de domino rege per servicium ij. 
partis feodi j. militis et de dono domini Regis Johannis, cum uxore 
que fuit Johannis de JarpenvilT. 



134 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 8. Soca Britonis de Werlingeham. Dominus Rex Henricus dedit 
352— cont eam an tecessoribus Oliveri de Tintiniac de Britannia, et Hamon 
de Sibeton' tenet modo illam de dono domini Regis Johannis sed 
nescitur per quod servicium, et fuit membrum de Mutford'. 

Soca Luvelli in Werlingh' et Weston'. Dominus Rex Henricus 
primus dedit illam Willelmo Luvel, et Willelmus de Longo Campo, 
tunc temporis cancellarius, emit illam de predicto Willelmo Luel 
et dedit illam Henrico de Longo Campo, fratri suo, et idem Henricus 
dedit illam Roberto Gresle in maritagium cum filia sua qui modo 
eam tenet ; set nescitur per quod servicium, et fuit membrum de 
Mutford'. 

Becles fuit dominicum domini regis et pertinebat ad manerium 
de Lothewistoft ; et antiquitus datum fuit Sancto Edmundo in 
elemosinam per reges predecessores. 

satjnford'. 

Alexander Alius Ricardi tenet Soteleg' de domino rege in capite 
per servicium feodi j. militis. 

Hugo Talemasch' tenet Benetleg' de domino rege per servicium 
feodi j. militis ad custum regis. 

Ricardus Scorch evellie tenuit medietatem de Hintlesh' de domino 
rege in capite per servicium feodi j. militis et medietas ipsa est in 
manu justiciarii, et tenet per servicium feodi j. militis. 

Johannes de Vallibus tenet feodum j. militis in Hintlesh' de domino 
rege per servicium j. militis. 

Willelmus Alius Hervei tenuit Selflegam in capite de domino rege 
per lij.s. quos Henricus Rex, pater domini Regis Johannis, dedit 
ecclesie de Buttele in elemosinam, et dominus rex habet ipsam 
modo in manu sua per mortem Roberti de Tateshal', cuius ipsa 
fuit. 

Henricus primus, Rex Anglie, dedit Rogero de Tooni xx. libratas 
terre in Bercolt de dominico suo in maritagio cum filia comitis de 
Henou et retinuit c. solidatas in manu sua, de quibus Henricus Rex, 
pater domini Regis Johannis, dedit Petro de Liscanp' iiij. libratas 
et ipse Petrus dedit illas iiij. libratas Templariis ; et dominus rex 
retinuit xx. solidatas in manu sua, de quibus Edwardus de Alneto 
respondet inde per manum vicecomitis ad scaccarium. 

Adam Malveisin tenet feodum dimidii militis in hundredo de 
Sanford' et dimidio et in hundredis de Cleidon et de Bosemere de 
dono domini regis de soca Briton' per dimidium militem. 

Willelmus Oliver, Brito, tenuit feodum dimidii militis in hundredo 
de Sanford et dimidio et in hundred' de Cleidon' et de Bosemere 
de Rege Henrico, patre domini regis, in capite, quod feodum iustici- 
arius tenet per servicium feodi j. militis. 

Bartholomeus de Avilers tenet xl. solidatas terre in hundredo 
de Sanford de domino rege in capite per serianteriam ducendi seriantos 
in Walliam ad custum domini regis. 

Henricus Rex primus dedit ecclesie Sancte Marie de Theof' vij. 
solidatas rcdditus in parrochia de Chircheford de dominico suo, 
scilicet servicium duorum sokcmannorum quos Rogerus de Braham 
tenet de predicta ecclesia. 



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OXEN . 

S. ij. 8. Ricardus de Camera tenet in villa de Denham quartam partem 

XT nop m t t ■•- XT 

352— cont i' caruca ^ e terre in capite de domino rege per servicium x.d. ad 
danegeld'. Et 1 per servicium iij.d. per annum per manum prepositi 
hundredi solvendorum et per quartam partem unius secte. 

Ricardus Capellanus tenet in Denham vj. acras terre de domino 
rege in capite per servicium iij. ob. ad danegeld. 

STOUE. 

Willelmus Esturmi tenet feoda ij. militum in Buckeshale et in 
Ykene 2 unde antecessores sui solebant facere servicium iij. militum. 
Sed Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, condonavit servicium 
j us militis pro quadam piscaria in Oreford quam dominus rex in 
manu sua tenet. 

Robertus de Crec tenet Combes ad feodi firmam de domino rege 
et reddit firmam ad scaccarium et solebat tenere de Rodlando Avenel 
per xxij.l. et dimidiam m. et per xxv.s. de scutagio et nichil inde 
alienatum est. 

Adam de Gedding' tenet quandam terram in Buckeshale, que 
fuit escaeta tempore Henrici Regis, patris domini regis, et prefatus 
Henricus dedit earn domui de Buttele, et prefatus Adam tenet earn 
de dono de Buttele ad feodi firmam per v.m. 

Willelmus le Bretun et Robertus de Munteni et heres Ricardi 
de Munfichet et heres Odinel de Unfranvih" tenent Thorneie, quam 
Rex Henricus proavus tenuit in dominico suo, et illam dedit Ricardo 
de Luci, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

MUTFORD. 

Antiquus Rex Henricus dedit Baldrico de Bosco manerium de 
Mutford' cum Gapeton' et Beleton' in aumentacione baronatus de 
Baldemund' propter xl. libra tas terre quas sibi promisit pro servicio 
suo, scilicet Mutford' pro xxx.l. et Gapeton' et Beleton' pro x.l. 
Heredes vero predicti Baldrici dederunt Gapeton' et Beleton' in 
excambium pro j. villa in Normannia que vocatur Tyl, quas villas 
Osebertus de Gladefen et Radulfus Gernun tenent, sed nescitur per 
quod servicium. 

Item Le Hussei pertinuit ad manerium de Mutford' et reddidit 
x.s. donee Rex Henricus, pater domini Regis Johannis, cepit earn in 
manum suam et adhuc tenet. 

Item domina Heldeburga quando hereditas accidit ei de Mutfurd' 
ipsa dedit in elemosinam de dominico de Mutford viij. acras terre 
ecclesie Beate Marie de Bliburg' quas Warinus le Latimer tenet de 
eadem ecclesia per servicium ij.s. 

Item predicta Heldeburga dedit Henrico de Ver filiam suam 
heredem de Mutford' in uxorem. Ipse vero Henricus de Ver de 
jure et hereditate uxoris sue adquisivit Mutford' et tenuit earn tota 
vita sua. Dictus vero Henricus genuit quendam filium de uxore 

1 The words added subsequently are now almost illegible in the original 
(S. ij. 8). In the book (II. 347) they are clear. 

2 Iken is locally in Plomesgate hundred. 



136 A.D. 1212. 



rr %fi- sua 5L U * neres est de MutforcT et est in custodia Roberti filii Rogeri 
352— ant. tradicione domini regis. 

[bosemere.] 

Brianus Alius Radulfi tenet feodum j. militis in Briset' in capite 
de domino rege. 

Robertus Grelle tenet feodum j. militis in Willavesh' in capite de 
domino rege. 

Willelmus de Cresec tenet feoda ij. militum in Netlested in capite 
de domino rege. 

Brianus Aquarius tenet quarterium feodi j. militis in Parva Briset' 
in capite de domino rege. 

Adam Mauveisin tenet feodum dimidii militis in hundredis de 
Bosemere et de Claidon et de Sanf in capite de rege. 

Comes Rogerus Bigot tenet feoda v. militum et j. quarterium de 
baronia de Reimes per donum Roberti de Reimes, quos idem Robertus 
tenuit in capite de rege ; et hii sunt milites qui tenent predictum 
feodum de comite : [Petrus de Nereford tenet feodum j. militis et 
dimidii in Stanh';] Radulfus de Nereford' et Hugo de Rikinghal' 
tenent iij. quarteria in Cropf eld ; Hugo de Gosebec tenet feoda ij. 
militum de eodem in Eston' ; Edmundus de Tudeh' tenet feodum 
j. militis in Neweton' et in Eston'. 

Alexander de Brumton' tenet serianteriam Rodlandi in capite de 
rege in Hemingeston' per sal turn et siflum &c. 

Henricus Rex dedit Brumford, et fuit dominicum suum, in 
perpetuam elemosinam ecclesie Beate Marie de Evereus. 

Willelmus Bastardus Rex dedit Cretinges, et fuit dominicum suum, 
in elemosinam ecclesie Beate Marie de Bernai. 

Comes Robertus de Moretoin dedit aliam Cretinges in elemosinam 
ecclesie Beate Marie de Gresteng', quam tenuit in capite de rege 
sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Hugo de Gurnai dedit Blakeh' in elemosinam Beate Marie del 
Bee, quam tenuit in capite de rege, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

NORP'. LODN'. KNAVERING. 

Rogerus le Bigot vetus tenuit Dichingh' et Stocton' de ante- 
cessoribus domini regis in capite et post ilium tenuit Comes Hugo 
le Bigot et post ilium tenuit Comes Rogerus et adhuc tenet illas 
terras a domino rege in baronia sua. 

norf'. smethedun'. 

Comes ArundelP tenet Snetesh' cum pertinenciis in capite de 
domino rege que pertinet ad suam baroniam, sed nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

Comes de Clare tenet Chusele in capite de domino rege, sed nescitur 
per quod servicium. 

Episcopus Norwicensis tenet Secheford' in capite de domino 
rege sed nescitur per quod servicium, sed pertinet ad suam 
baroniam. 

Abbas de Rames' tenet Ringested' et Brancestr' cum pertinenciis 
de domino rege in capite, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 137 

S. ij. 8. Willelmus Luvel tenet Docking' cum pertinenciis in capite de 
352— cont domino rege per servicium j. niilitis. 

Willelmus Mai tenet j. carucatam terre in villa de Stanhoie in 
capite de domino rege per serianteriam venacionis. 

norf'. walsh'. 

Rogerus Bigot vetus tenuit Acle et Halvergate et Walesh' de 
dono antecessorum domini regis in capite de conquesto Anglie et 
post ilium tenuit Hugo le Bigot Alius predicti Rogeri et post ilium 
tenuit Rogerus le Bigot Alius ipsius Hugonis et nunc tenet terras 
illas in capite de domino rege et defendit ut in baronia. 

In Bastwich' pertinet j. carucata terre ad baroniam abbatis de 
Sancto Benedicto quam tenet a domino rege in capite. 

Nicholaus Pincerna tenet medietatem j. militis in Ubton' de 
Hugone de Abervih" quam tenet de domino rege in capite. 

Terra Rogeri Lavellie de Bastwich' fuit serianteria tempore domini 
Regis Henrici, sed dominus Rex Johannes attornavit earn predicto 
Rogero ad quartam feodi j. militis. 

jernem'. 

Nullum tenementum est in Jernem' quod antiquitus non tenebatur 
de domino rege aut de progenitoribus domini regis regibus Anglie, 
quod sit datum vel alienatum aliquo modo quo minus de domino 
rege teneatur in capite, et illi quibus tenementa sunt 1 data faciunt 
plenarie servicium domino regi de tenementis illis, scilicet sectam 
placitorum in curia domini regis in Gernem' quod est commune 
servicium debitum domino regi de omnibus tenementis in Jernemuth'. 

Preterea dominus rex habet plenarie firmam suam de villa de 
Jernem' sicut progenitores ejus habuerunt scilicet lv.l. per annum. 

gipeswic'. 

Rex Adgarus dedit Stokes membrum de Gipesw' Sancte Etheldrede 
in elemosinam et tunc valuit x.l. 

Item Rex Edwardus dedit Brokes membrum de Gipesw' Alvrico 
de Clare, sed nescimus per quod servicium et tunc valuit x.l. et 
Robertus de Badele tenet illam de comite de Clare per servicium 
feodi unius militis. 

Item Rex Henricus vetus secundum quod intelligimus dedit 
Comiti Alano Britannie iiij.l. et xiij.s. de burgo de Gipesw' per manus 
ballivorum ejusdem ville et in Wikes membro de Gipesw' lxvj.s. 
et v.d. et ob. in homagio et illud habet Willelmus de Cresec ex dono 
domini Regis Johannis, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

Item Rex Ricardus dedit Wikes villam supradictam membrum 
de Gipesw' J. episcopo Norwicensi, antecessori Johannis presentis 
episcopi, que respondebat Gipew' pro x.l. et illam tenet episcopus 
Norwicensis, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

EYE. 

Willelmus Bastardus Rex Anglie reddidit Roberto Malet honorem 
de Eya pro servicio suo et idem Robertus tenuit eundem honorem 

1 The original (S. ij. 8) repeats sunt. 



138 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 8. quamdiu Willelmus Rex vixit et quamdiu Rex Rufus vixit ; postea 
352— cont Slisce pit Rex Henricus honorem ilium et tenuit per vij. annos ; et 
postea donavit eundem honorem comiti Stephano nepoti suo pro 
servicio suo et tenuit xxij. annis dum fuit Rex et comes ; et post 
ilium suscepit comes de Warenne scilicet Willelmus nlius eius et 
tenuit ilium honorem iij. annis, qui mortuus fuit in servicio regis 
in exercitu de Tulos' ; post ilium tenuit Henricus Rex, pater domini 
Regis Johannis, plus quam xxx. annis ; postea successit Ricardus 
Rex et dedit eundem honorem duci Loereng' cum nepte comitis 
predicti Willelmi, que erat proxima heres ; et dux Lohereng' tenet 
ilium honorem sicut hereditatem uxoris sue ; sed nescitur per quod 
servicium ; nee aliquid inde alienatur quo minus tenetur 1 domino 
rege in capite, sed de illo honore sunt quater xx 11 milites. 

DONEW'. 

Quedam eschaeta fuit apud Donew' unde provenit iij.s. iiij.d. de 
redditu tempore Henrici Regis, patris domini regis. Et idem 
Henricus dedit predictum redditum monachis de Rading' faciendo 
idem servicium ad firmam de Donewic'. 

Quidam mariscus est apud Donew' unde homines de Donew' 
solebant reddere per annum in firma sua x.s. quos dominus Rex 
Johannes dedit magistro Milicie Templi in elemosinam et locati 
sunt eis ad scaccarium x.s. 

Mendlesh' 2 fuit dominicum domini regis set Henricus Rex primus 
dedit illam Odoni de Danmartin' per servicium feodi j. militis. 
Robertus vero de Burgate 3 tenet modo illam de domino rege per idem 
servicium de dono domini Regis Johannis cum uxore sua, herede 
Willelmi de Danmartin'. 

Hubertus Corn de Bof tenet in eadem villa de domino rege j. 
carucatam terre cum pertinenciis per servicium arbalisterie de dono 
Willelmi Bastardi. 

Bartholomeus de Auvilers tenet terrain in Brom' de domino rege 
per servicium ducendi serientos in servicium domini regis per custum 
regis. 

Adam Mauveisin tenet feodum dimidii militis in hundredis de 
Claidon et Bosemere et Sanford' in capite de rege quod fuit socagium 
Briton'. 

Gaufridus nlius Petri, justiciarius domini regis, tenet alteram 
partem eiusdem socagii de domino rege in capite quam Willelmus 
Oliveri tenet de eo per servicium feodi dimidii militis. 

Rothulphus dedit ecclesie Beati Nicholai de Gipesw' redditum 
v.s. et x.d. in elemosinam, quos tenuit in Witton de domino rege 
in capite, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Adhuc deficit veredictum de viij. hundredis et dimidio libertatis 
Sancti Edmundi et de v. hundredis et dimidio Sancte Etheldrede 

1 After tenetur supply de. 

2 The destruction of a portion of the roll makes it uncertain whether there 
was a new heading at this point or not. This remark applies to the remainder 
of this return. 3 The original (S. ij. 8) reads Burg'. 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 139 



s - ij- 8 - et dimidio hundredo de Luthingeland quod est in manu comitis 
352-co^. Saresbirie. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius in crastino 
Decollationis Sancti Johannis Bapthiste per manum Radulfi de Esse 
clerici anno regis xiiij. 

[In a later hand : — ] Norff\ Suff\ Essex'. Hertford'. De Testa de 
Nevill.' In libro. 



WORCESTER. 

S. ij. 6. NOMINA TENENCIUM IN CAPITE DE DOMINO REGE IN COMITATU 

I. 196- W WORN IE. 

198. De 
Tp«stn Hp> 

Neviir HUNDREDUM DE PERSORA. 

Abbas Westmonasterii tenet Bezfort', Burlingham, Cumbriton', 
Newinton', Grafton', Brocton', Flavel, Upton' Stephani, Poywik', 
Medresfeld', Langedon', Chadesleg' per servicium vij. militum. 

Idem tenet Grafton', Periton', Piplinton', Clivelad' et Apperleg' 
in Glouc' per servicium iij. militum. 

Idem tenet Strengesham per servicium duorum militum et Hugo 
de Fokinton de eo. 

Idem tenet medietatem ville de Persora cum pertinenciis in 
elemosynam de dono Regis Eadwardi. 

Comes Albemarlie tenet Savernestok' de dono Regis Ricardi per 
servicium j. militis et dimidii pro qua et pro Kenemerton' et 
Botinton' in Glouc' dominus Rex acquietat abbatem Westm' de 
iij. militibus. 

Abbas de Persora tenet Beleg' et Goldicot' per servicium duorum 
militum et residuum baronie sue in elemosynam de donis plurimum. 1 

Thomas de Mara tenet Herdewik' de honore Gloucestrie per ser- 
vicium dimidii militis de dono Willelmi comitis Gloucestrie. 

Robertus films Willelmi de BerkeP tenet Eldresfeld' de honore 
Gloucestrie per servicium j. militis de dono Roberti comitis 
Gloucestrie. 

Abbas de Theokesbur' tenet Busseleg' de domino rege et reddit 
inde annuatim viij.l. 

Dominus rex tenet la Pulle in manu sua quam Simon de Columbis 
tenuit de dono Regis Henrici, patris domini regis, pro custodienda 
haya de Bisseleg. 

Willelmus de Kaerdif tenet Kuhull de honore Gloucestrie de dono 
Roberti comite Gloucestrie et reddit inde annuatim domino regi 
unum canem. 

Hugo de Colcumba tenet dimidiam virgatam in Bisseleg' per 
serianteriam custodiendi hayam de Bisseleg'. 

Richerius de Eldresfeld' tenet j. hydam terre in Eldresfeld' de 
honore Gloucestrie de dono Roberti comitis per servicium serviendi 
in rubeis caligis die natali. 

1 I. 196 reads plurium. 



140 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 6. Robertus Calvestail tenet sex acras terre in Merton' per serianteriam 
198. De custodiendi forestam Malvernie. 

Testa de Nicholaus Lefward iij. acras terre in la Pulle per serianteriam 
Neviir — custodiendi forestam de Cors. 

Prior Ma j oris Malvernie tenet unam virgatam in dominico manerio 
domini regis de Hanleg' in liberam elemosynam de dono Regis Henrici, 
patris domini regis. 

Prior de Lyra tenet unam virgatam terre in Herdewik' et aliam 
virgatam in Bisseleg' et dimidiam virgatam in Kuhull de honore 
Gloucestrie de dono Willelmi filii Osberti comitis Glovernie 1 in liberam 
elemosinam. 

Abbas Evesham' tenet baroniam suam de domino rege in 
comitatibus Wigornie, Glovernie, et Norhamton' per servicium 
iiij. militum et dimidii. 

Gilebertus de Hanleg' tenet unam virgatam terre et dimidiam 
in manerio domini regis de Hanleg' per serianteriam custodiendi 
forestam Malvernie. 

HUNDREDUM DE DUDINTR'. 

Robertus de Mortuo Mari tenet Tametebir', Cliftm, 2 Sapy, Cura, 
Iadefen, Sheldesleg', Sutton, et Stanfort per servicium iiij or militum 
et quinte partis unius militis de dono domini regis cum filia et herede 
Hugonis de Say. 

Rogerus de Mortuo Mari tenet Suthinton' et Brok' per servicium 
j us militis et terciam partem j us militis. 

Radulfus de Thoni tenet Estham, Rudmarleg', La Bergha', 
Wernesleg', La Mora, Schraveleg' et Sheldesleg' per servicium iiij or 
militum et dimidii et quinte partis j us militis. 

Thomas de la Mara tenet Hanleg', Rudmarleg', Alreton' et 
Doddeham de honore Gloucestrie per servicium ij. militum. 

Willelmus de Frisa tenet dominium domini regis de Martleg' de 
dono domini regis per servicium ij. militum. 

HUNDREDUM QUOD VOCATUR DIMIDIUS COMITATUS. 

Comes Saresberie tenet Frankeleg', Weruesleg', Belne, Pebemore, 
Swinford, Haggeleg', Cradeleg' terras que fuerunt Radulfi de Sumeri 
per servicium trium militum et trium partium j us militis. 

Walterus de Bello Campo tenet Upton', Stanes, Grafton', Hamt', 
Chadeleswik', Cokeseyam, Benetleg' Pancevot, Dovredal', Coston', 
Dunclent' per servicium vij. militum. 

Thomas Esturmy tenet Russok' per servicium j us militis de 
dono domini regis. 

Robertus de Mortuo Mari tenet Croleam, Estwd', PurshulP, 
Aumbrug' per servicium duorum militum de dono domini regis 
cum filia et herede Hugonis de Say. 

Robertus Corbet tenet Imeneam et Estwd' per servicium j us 
militis et dimidii. 

Radulfus de Tony tenet Aumeleg' et Haddesour' per servicium 
j. militis et dimidii. 

1 Rectius Heref ordie. 2 Bead Ciiftun. 



cont. 



WORCESTER. 141 

S. ij. 6. Willelmus de Huntingefeld' tenet villain de Kidelministr' in 
198 De war( i a cum herede Henrici Biset quam Rex Henricus dedit Mansello 

Testa de Biset, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Nevill- Willelmus de Furnell' tenet manerium de Bremesgrava ad feudam 
firmam pro lxiij.l. et dimidia marca per annum. 

INQ UISICIO ECCLESIARUM. 

Maugerus episcopus dedit ecclesiam de Rippel', Willelmo de Bosco, 
clerico suo, et vicariam eiusdem ecclesie dedit Ricardo de Sancto 
Paterno, clerico suo. Qui Ricardus reddit predicto Willelmo x.m. 
de pensione. Ecclesia autem integra valet per annum l.m. 

Idem episcopus dedit ecclesiam de Hambur juxta Wych' magistro 
Ricardo de Cirencestr' que valet per annum x.m. 

[Endorsed : — ] Rotulus de tenentibus de domino rege in Wigornia 
et de ecclesiis. 



STAFFORD. 

S. ij. 5. Excellentissimo domino suo Johanni dei gracia illustri regi Anglie, 
Testa de domino Hibernie, duci Normannie et Aquitanie, comiti Andegavie, 
Neviir. suus vicecomes Staff', salutem, et tarn devotum quam debitum 
famulatum. Preceptum vestrum suscepi in hec verba : — Johannes 
dei gracia rex et cetera vicecomiti Staff', salutem. Precipimus tibi 
quod sine dilacione in fide qua nobis teneris diligenter inquiri facias, 
sicut melius inquiri poterit, de omnibus feodis militum et omnimodis 
tenementis sive infra burgum sive extra burgum que de nobis tenentur 
in capite in bailliva tua per militare servicium vel per serganciam 
qualemcunque et qui ea teneant et per quod servicium, et similiter 
de tenementis omnibus que antiquitus de nobis vel de progenitoribus 
nostris regibus Anglie teneri solent, que sunt data vel alienata per 
maritagium vel per servicium vel per elemosinas vel alio modo quo 
minus de nobis tenentur in capite, et omnia ilia tenementa qualia- 
cunque fuerint inbreviari facias et nomina illorum qui ea teneant 
et per quod servicium et de quibus et per quos data vel alienata 
fuerint et quibus occasionibus a capitali servicio nostro, quod de 1 
nobis vel antecessoribus nostris inde fieri solet, et quod inde 
inquisitum fuerit nobis et baronibus scaccarii nostri scire facias 
per inquisicionem inde discrete factam in crastino Sancti Johannis 
Baptiste sub sigillo tuo etc. 

Isti tenent de domino rege per servicium militare. 

I ST I TENENT PER SERVICIUM MILITARE. 

Comes Cestrie tenet vij. feoda militum. 

Comes de Ferariis tenet unum feodum et dimidium. 

Comes de Arundel tenet unum feodum quod habet in custodia 
cum herede Willelmi de Muntchanesy. 

Willelmus films Alani tenuit v. feoda et dimidium et quartam 
partem militis que sunt in custodia domini regis. 

1 Omit de as in the other version of the writ. 



142 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 5. Herveius Bagot tenet 1. feoda militum de quibus tria faciunt 

1. 248-251. , 5 H 

Testa de uuu - 

Nevill'— Hugo Pantulf tenet duo feoda. 
cont. Comes de Salesbir' habet in custodia x. feoda et iij. partes militis 

de honore Radulfi de Sumery cum herede ipsius Radulfi per preceptum 
domini regis. 

Nicholaus de Verdun tenet feodum unius militis. 
Warinus de Burwardesleg' tenet manerium de Esseleg' per 
servicium quinte partis militis, unde respondit ad wardam de 
Srawurthin. 

1ST I TENENT PER SERGANTIAM IN COMITATU STAFF'. 

Hugo de NevilP tenet foresteriam de Canoe cum pertinenciis unde 
Hugo de Logiis, quondam f orestarius, consuevit reddere ad scaccarium 
x.m. per manum suam. 

Philippus Alius Holegot' tenet foresteriam de Kenefar' cum manerio 
per cartam domini regis Henrici et reddit per manum suam ix.L, et 
tantum consuevit manerium reddere. 

Randulfus de Pert on' tenet Perton' et debet servire domino regi 
ad custum suum in Wallia cum duobus equis per viij. dies et postea 
ad stipendia domini regis et ultra mare ad stipendia domini regis. 

Willelmus Alius Wimari custodit vivarium domini regis de Staff' 
et reddit annua tim per manum 1 dimidiam marcam. 

Willelmus Griffin tenet hundredum de Pirhull' et reddit inde 
per annum vj.m. per manum vicecomitis infra firmam comitatus. 

ISTI TENENT DOMINICA DOMINI REGIS. 

Rogerus de Sumervill' tenuit manerium de Alrewas per cartam 
domini Regis Johannis et reddit per annum xv.l. per manum suam et 
consuevit reddere infra firmam comitatus per manum vicecomitis 
x.l. et similiter facit quartam partem unius militis et modo est 
manerium predictum in custodia magistri Radulfi de Stok' cum filio 
ipsius Rogeri et idem servicium facit. 

Comes de Salesbir' tenet maneria de Swinford' et de Clent et de 
Mere cum filio et herede Radulfi de Sumeri in custodia per voluntatem 
domini regis et reddit per annum xxvj.l. xix.s. iiij.d. unde vicecomes 
consuevit reddere xxj.l. xix.s. iiij.d. infra firmam comitatus. 

Baldewinus de Hodenet tenet manerium de Bromleg' quod cepit 
cum uxore sua et habet cartam domini regis Johannis et reddit per 
annum per manum vicecomitis iiij.l. et tantum consuevit reddere 
infra firmam comitatus. 

Willelmus Ruffus tenet manerium de Waleshal' de dono Regis 
Henrici et reddit per annum iiij.l. et tantum consuevit reddere 
infra firmam comitatus. 

Willelmus de Herovill' tenet Wednesbur' in escambia de 
Stunttingefeld' 2 de jure uxoris sue et reddit per annum xx.s. per 
manum vicecomitis, et consuevit reddere iiij.l. infra firmam comi- 
tatus. 

1 After manum the word vie' has been erased. 

2 i.e. Stonesfield, co. Oxford. See Shaw's History of Staffordshire, 
vol. i. General Appendix, xvj. 



STAFFORD. 143 



S. ij. 5. Burgenses de Staff' tenent viij. mesuagia et dimidium unde reddunt 
^TWiifde P er annum X U S - ix.d. ; et preterca reddunt iiij.m. et iiij.s. per 

Neviir manum suam et modo habent cartam domini Regis Johannis. 

cont. Willelmus de Ga mages tenet manerium de Tetenhall' per 

voluntatem domini regis ; et consuevit reddere lxxvij.s. 

Hugo Hose tenuit manerium de Pencriz per cartam domini Regis 
Johannis et debebat servicium unius militis et consuevit reddere 
x.l. infra firmam comitatus et modo est in manu H. de NevhT, quia 
Hugo Hose est in custodia domini regis. 

Ricardus de Rushal' tenet Ruheleg' et molendinum de Cradeleg' 
et reddit per annum xvj.s. iiij.d. per cartam domini Regis Johannis. 

Thomas de Burgo tenet manerium de Ami eg' de antiqua eschaeta 
de Ada de Port de dono domini Regis Johannis et debet inde 
servicium unius militis, et valet per annum xiij.l. 

Henricus de Waleton' tenet vj. virgatas terre in 1 Cesterton' per 
cartam Regis Henrici et nichil reddit, et valent per annum xxx.s. 

Prior de Trentham tenet manerium de Trentham de elemosina 
domini Regis Henrici et inde habet cartam suam et nihil reddit ; 
et consuevit reddere c.s. infra firmam comitatus. 

Abbas de Bordesleg' tenet manerium de Terdebig' de elemosina 
Matildis Imperatricis, et valet per annum x.l. 

I ST I SUNT SOKEMANNI DOMINI REGIS. 

Randulfus de Cnoton' tenet xxxvj. virgatas terre in Cnoton' in 
Dimesdal' et in Hanchurche et in Claiton' et in Honeford' et in 
Witemor' et reddit per annum iiij.l. xj.s. vj.d. de antiquo jure, scilicet 
de conquestu Anglie. 

Willelmus de Henle tenet iij. virgatas terre in Henle et reddit 
per annum vj. 2 et tenet de antiquo jure. 

Randulfus de BevilP tenet vj. virgatas terre et dimidiam in 
Longeton' et reddit v.s. per annum de antiquo jure. 

Willelmus de Erdinton' tenet iij. virgatas terre in Fenton' de jure 
Philippe uxoris sue quam habet de dono domini Regis Johannis 
et reddit per annum vij.s. et tenet illas de antiquo jure. 

Henricus de Alditheleg' tenet iiij. virgatas terre in Bradewell' et 
in Thurfredesfeld' et reddit per annum xj.s. et tenet de antiquo jure. 

Henricus de Verdun tenet xij. virgatas terre in Tunstal et in 
Chaderleg' et in Normannecot' et reddit per annum xv.s. et iiij.d. 
et tenet de jure uxoris sue. 

In villa Novi Castri sunt viij xx burgagii 2 quorum quodlibet reddit 
per annum xij.d. ad iiij or terminos. 

Fratres Milicie Templi tenent Kele menbrum Novi Castri de dono 
domini Regis Henrici et nichil reddunt. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius in crastino 
octavarum Sancti Johannis Bapthiste per manum Roberti clerici anno 
regni Regis Johannis xiiij . 



Rotulus inquisicionis comitatus Stafford'. 
[In a later hand : — ] In libro. 



1 in Cesterton interlined in another hand. 

2 So in original (S. i). 5). 



144 A.D. 1212. 



SALOP. 



S. ij. 5. Hec est inquisicio facta per vicecomitem Salop'sire de tenentibus 
. ^--o/.- n ca pj^ e ^ e domino rege in eodem comitatu per servicium militare. 

Willelmus filius Alani tenuit in capite de domino rege per baroniam 
et debuit servicium vij. militum, et terra eius est in manu domini 
regis. 

Rogerus de Mortuomari, baro, tenet in capite de domino rege et 
debet servicium v. militum. 

Walterus de Lascy tenuit similiter de domino rege et debuit 
servicium x. militum, cuius terra est in manu domini regis. 

Robertus de Mortuomari tenet similiter et debet servicium v. 
militum. 

Hugo Pantulf, baro, similiter tenet in capite et debet servicium 
v. militum. 

Robertus Corbet, baro, similiter tenet in capite et debet servicium 
v. militum. 

Willelmus Curtenay, baro, similiter tenet in capite et debet 
servicium iij. militum. 

Thomas Maudut, baro, similiter et Willelmus de Cantilupo scilicet 
de castris Halegot' et Pulrebeche et debent servicium v. militum. 

Petrus filius Herberti, baro, tenet in capite similiter et debet 
servicium de dimidio milite. 

Willelmus Boterealus, baro, tenuit in capite de domino rege per 
servicium dimidii militis. 

Walterus de Witefeld', miles, tenet in capite de domino rege et 
debet servicium j. militis, et valet terra sua c.s. 

Iggram de Pratellis, miles, tenet in capite de domino rege dotem 
uxoris sue et debet servicium j. militis, et valet eius terra x.l. 

Hugo de Picheford', miles, tenet in capite de domino rege et debet 
servicium j. militis, et valet terra sua viij.l. 

Thomas de Albo Monasterio et Griffinus de Sutton, milites, tenent 
de domino rege Weston' per servicium dimidii militis, et valet terra 
eorum v.m. 

Stephanus de Thurneham tenet in capite de domino rege et 
nescitur servicium, set terra sua valet c.s. 

Fulco filius Warini tenet in capite de domino rege per servicium 
j. militis, et valet terra sua x.l. 

TENENTES IN CAPITE DE DOMINO REGE IN CAPITE PER 

SEROANTIAM. 

Johannes filius Roberti de Estleg' tenet Estleg' antiquitus ex 
conquestu et debet de servicio unum servientem equitem cum uno 
haubergello ad eundum cum domino rege quando vadit in exsercitu 
in Walliam. 

Robertus filius Roberti filii Aer' tenet per serganteriam et debet 
de servicio unum servientem peditem cum arcu et sagittis cum 
exsercitu domini regis in Wallia. 

Robertus de Fagentre tenet eodem modo per eundem 1 servicium. 

1 Bead idem, 



SALOP. 145 



S. ij. 5. Adam de Beisin tenet per serganteriam et debet de servicio esse 

I 252-257 i -i • • • 

-Lcont. a ustrucerms domim regis. 

Willelmus Burnell' tenet per serganteriam et debet de servicio 
ferre unum austurcum apud Stubbinges in Essex ad custum domini 
regis. 

Nesta de BaskervhT tenet per serganteriam et debet de servicio 
unum servientem cum lancea in exsercitu domini regis in Wallia. 

Alexander de Novo Burgo debet de servicio custodire vi vivarium 1 
domini regis de Novo Burgo. 

Thomas films Rogeri debet de servicio invenire unum servientem 
peditem ad conducendum Walenses de Powiz ad curiam ad custum 
domini regis. 

Hugo de Beckebur', Alexander Piscator, Ricardus de Brug\ 
Robertus de Loskesford', Willelmus de Longealr', Adam de Cherle- 
ton', Ricardus de Chesthull', Willelmus Mariscallus, Walterus de 
Beckebur', debent de servicio annuatim domino regi unum nisum 
sorum. Loquendum 2 . 

Thomas de Chabunhour' tenet per eundem' servicium. Loquendum 2 . 

Hugo Alius Roberti tenuit de domino rege per servicium esse 
capitalis forestarius de comitatu Salop'sir', et est terra eius in manu 
domini regis per preceptum justiciariorum foreste ultimo itineran- 
tum. 

Walterus de Muneton' debet de servicio custodire forestam domini 
regis de Longa Muneta in comitatu Salop'. 

Radulfus Mariscallus debet de servicio custodire Birewude forestam 
domini regis et Lyam hayam domini regis. 

Rogerus de Lamere tenet per serganciam et debet de servicio esse 
constabularius peditum in exsercitu domini regis in Wallia ad custum 
regis per diem xij.d. 

Willelmus Briwer' tenet per serganciam j. virgatam terre in 
Brocton' et debit invenire unum servientem peditem ad wardam 
castri domini regis de Srawurthin. 

Ricardus de Ruton' tenet per eundem 3 servicium. 

Willelmus Russell' tenet per eundem 3 servicium. 

Matillidis de Stocton' tenet per eundem 3 servicium. 

Walterus Hese et Rogerus de Yttefeld' tenent per eundem 3 
servicium. 

Adam de Leton' tenet per servicium quod debet facere varidam 4 
in Castro Salop' cum sua balista per viij. dies ad proprium custum 
suum et si plus ibi moram fecerit ad custum domini regis. 

Walterus Deudinas debet de servicio ferre bis in anno firmam 
comitatus Salop' ad scaccarium cum vicecomite ad custum domini 
regis. 

Willelmus de Sutton' tenet per eundem 3 servicium. 

Willelmus de Berdeleg' tenet per eundem 3 servicium. 

Willelmus de Hales tenet similiter per eundem 3 servicium. 

Predictus Willelmus de Berdeleg' tenet dimidiam virgatam terre 
et reddit annuatim iij.s. per manum vicecomitis ad scaccarium. 
Rogerus de Bageshour'. 5 

1 Bead vivarium. 2 Marginal notes. 

3 Read idem. 4 i.e. wardam. 

6 Delete Rogerus de Bageshoure. 

Wt, 3705, b 10 



146 AD. 1212. 



s. ij. 5. Rogerus de Bageshour' tenet unam virgatam terre et reddit inde 
—cont annu atim vj.s. per manum vicecomitis ad scaccarium. 

Thomas de BaskervilT tenet dimidiam virgatam et reddit annuatim 
per manum vicecomitis xvj.s. ad duos terminos. 

Ricardus le Medler tenet j. virgatam terre et reddit inde annuatim 
ad festum Sancti Michaelis ij. knipulos. 

Philippus filius Halegot' tenet de domino rege per servicium quod 
debet in venire ij. servientes pedites in exsercitu domini regis in 
Wallia. 

Rogerus la Zusche tenet de domino rege et debet de servicio 
invenire ij. servientes in exsercitu eius in Wallia. 

HII SUNT QUI TENENT DE DOMINIGIS REGIS A TEMPORE HENRICI 
REGIS, PATRIS DOMINI J OH ANN IS REGIS. 

Walterus de Clifford' tenet manerium de Corfham de dono Regis 
Henrici, patris domini Regis Johannis, per servicium j. militis et 
solebat reddere xxxj.l. 

Thomas de Erdinton' tenet manerium de Welinton' de bailliva 
domini Regis Johannis et solet reddere ad scaccarium vij.l. 

Emma quondam uxor David Regis Wallie tenet manerium de 
Hales de dono Henrici Regis, patris Regis Johannis, et debet inde 
annuatim unum nisum sorum et solet reddere ad scaccarium per 
annum xiiij or l. 

Johannes Extraneus tenet maneria de Nesse et de Chesewurthin' 
de dono Henrici Regis, patris domini Regis Johannis, et debet 
servicium j. militis que solent reddere ad scaccarium xj.l. x.s. 

Prior de Wanelak' tenet manerium de Dudinton' de dono H. de 
Perrariis per concessum Henrici Regis, patris Regis Johannis, quod 
idem Hugo dedit cum corpore suo domui de Wanelak' in elemosinam 
et solet reddere xj.l. 

Abbas de Hageman tenet dimidiam hidam terre in Leg' de 
Bottewud' quod fuit menbrum 1 de manerio domini regis de Cunedovr' 
de dono Henrici Regis, patris Regis Johannis, in perpetuam 
elemosinam et est de assarto. 

Idem tenet de dono eiusdem Bechecot' in perpetuam elemosinam 
quod fuit assartatum de eodem manerio. 

Abbas de Crokesden' tenet de dono domini Regis Johannis Eduney 
menbrum manerii de Egmudon' in perpetuam elemosinam et solet 
reddere per annum xl.s. sed datum erat eis pro lx.s. 

Nicholaus Pichun' tenet iij. virgatas terre in eodem manerio per 
servicium quod debet invenire iij. trusas feni ad cameram regis cum 
venerit apud Egmudon'. 

Robertus Lupus tenet manerium de Ellesmere per bailliam Johannis 
Regis et solet reddere ad scaccarium x.l. 

Johannes Extraneus tenet manerium de Wrocwurthin' ad firmam 
de bailliva Regis Johannis et solet reddere cum instairo 2 xij.l. 

Robertus de Girros tenet Bureton' menbrum manerii de Claverleg' 
de dono Henrici Regis, patris domini regis, per servicium inveniendi 
unum servientem peditem in exsercitu Wallie quod solet reddere 
xxxij.s. 



1 This scribe regularly writes menbrum. a Read instauro. 



SALOP. 147 



S. ij. 5. Wyrenocus Alius Meuric' tenet viii. libratas terre de bailliva 
' —cont domini Regis Jobannis pro x.l. in excambium de Wittenton' quod 
Fulco filius Warini tenet et debet esse de servicio latimarius inter 
Angliam et Walliam. 

Yvonus et Hugo filii Hugonis Pantulff' tenent manerium de 
Sttotesdin' de excaetha Mathei de Gamaches de bailliva domini 
Regis Jobannis quod solet reddere xiiij.l. iij.s. 

Hugo de Nevill' tenet manerium de Straton de bailliva domini 
Regis Johannis quod solet reddere iiij or l. 

Thomas de Albo Monasterio et Griffinus de Sutton' tenent 
Alvutheleg' per servicium dimidii militis. 

Idem Griffinus tenet Ruelton', Ellewurthin', Sutton', Brocton' 
de dono Henrici Regis, patris domini Johannis Regis, per servicium 
de esse latinarius inter Angliam et Walliam. 

HI I SUNT QUI TENENT DE DOMINO REOE DE EXGAETIS 
QERARDI DE THURNAY. 

Thomas de Erdinton' tenet Sachebur' de dono Johannis Regis et 
debet servicium j. militis. 

Ricardus de Lopinton' tenet de domino rege per servicium j. 
militis. 

Radulfus de Saneford tenet Saneford' per servicium dimidii 
militis. 

Ricardus de Chesthull' tenet similiter per servicium dimidii militis. 

Hugo de Wlonkeslawe tenet similiter per servicium dimidii militis. 

Thomas de Cherinton' tenet per servicium quarte partis militis. 

Baldwinus Wischart tenet Hatton' de antiqua tenura et debet 
servicium quinte partis j. militis. 

Hugo Pantulff' tenet xx. denariatas terre in Novo Burgo quas 
dominus Rex Ricardus dedit ei ad perficiendum viij. libratas 
terre quas ei dederat in comitatu Herefordie per servicium j. 
moleschi. 

Episcopus Bangour' tenuit Kingesland' et reddit per annum xij.d. 

Robertus TrainelP est in custodia domini regis, qui tenuit Hatton', 
unde vicecomes respondit ad scaccarium per annum xl.s. 

Rogerus la Zusche tenet manerium de Thonke quod fuit de feodo 
Willelmi de Browus per servicium dimidii militis. 

Leddebur' episcopi Herefordensis est in manu domini regis unde 
vicecomes Herefordie respondet. 

Alexander piscator Novi Burgi tenet v. burgagia in Salop' cum 
ij. culturis infra servicium eius quod debet custodire vivarium domini 
regis Novi Burgi sicut supradictuest. x 

Prior de Malverne tenet quandam terram in Quatte de dono 
Henrici Regis, avi 2 domini Regis Johannis, in perpetuam elemosinam 
et valet xxxvij.s. viij.d. 

Radulfus de Picheford tenet in hundredo de Brug' Parvam Brug' 
cum pertinenciis suis de dono Henrici Regis, avi domini Regis 
Johannis, per servicium inveniendi sicca ligna ad cameram castri 
de Brug' in adventu domini regis et valet per annum xxxix.s. 

1 Read supradictum est. 2 Read proavi. 



148 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 5. Burgenses Salop'bur' tenent villain de Salop' per cartam domini 
—cont 7 I^ e gi s Johannis et hundredum similiter et reddunt inde ad scaccarium 
per manum eorum per annum xlv.m. 

Burgenses de Brug' tenent villam de Brug' et respondent inde 
ad scaccarium per manus eorum annuatim vj.l. xl.d. 

Castrum et villa de Lidielawe cum pertinenciis est in manu domini 
regis, unde Engelardus de Cygon', vicecomes Hereford', respondet. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit W. thesaurarius in crastino 
octavarum Sancti Johannis Bapthiste per manum Roberti clerici anno 
Regis Johannis xiiij . 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 

S. ij. 6. Inquisicio facta coram Philippo Marc', vicecomite Notinghamie, 
' de dominicis et feodis 1 domini regis et quo modo ab eo alienata fuerint 
et coram militibus subscriptis, Adam de Sancta Maria, Nicholao de 
Dayvih", Thoma Sanson', Adam de Muscamp, Ricardo de Furnell', 
Thoma de Sandal', Hugone de Stoktun, Willelmo Basset, Roberto 
de Appelby, Willelmo de FolevilP, Ricardo de Curcun, Gaufrido 
de Achoura, Radulfo de Bakepuz, Johanne de Ayncurt, Rogero de 
Ayncurt et aliis viris discretis. 

Reginaldus de Colewic tenet j. carucatam terre in Colewic per 
serianteriam per servicium xij. sagittarum. Item Reginaldus tenet 
terciam partem j. carucate terre in Wilgeby, pro qua inveniet j. 
runcinum cum uno sacco quando dominus rex ierit in Walliam de 
honore Peverel. 

Emma de Beaufey tenet Ludham pro feodo j. militis de honore 
de Tikehill'. 

Radulfus de Crumwell' tenet villam de Lameleia in feodi firma 
reddendo inde annuatim infra firmam de Tikehill' x.l. que antiquitus 
fuit feodum domini Rogeri de Buylly. 

In Wdeburg' est j. bovata terre de dominico Rogeri de ArnhaP 
quam Hugo de Nevill' tenet infra firmam de Arnhal' de dono domini 
Regis Johannis, que respondet de xxviij.s. x.d. 

In Oxton' est j. parva bovata terre que perficit illam magnam 
bovatam de Wdeburg' et debet respondere ad Hernhal. 

In Wdeburg' sunt xxxiiij.s. redditus de prebenda que fuit canonici 
Gaufridi et xxx. galline, quos archiepiscopus Eboracensis dedit 
Thome de Ripun in absencia sua. 

In Muscamp est feodum j. militis, et Robertus tenuit illud de 
archiepiscopo Eboracensi, et est in manu domini regis. 

Robertus de Chawrth' tenet duas partes j. militis in Marnham 
de honore de Tykehill' in capite et terciam partem in Wadewrth' 2 
de honore de Tykehill'. 

1 This passage originally ran de dominicis doming regis et coram militibus. 
The other words were afterwards interlined by the scribe. 

2 i.e. Wadworth, co. York. I. 76 reads Wodeburg' wrongly. For the 
confusion thence arising see Feudal Aids, vol. iv. p. 116. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 149 



S. ij. 6. Recordatum est per decanum et capitulum de Newerc quod 
Matheus de Ripun clericus habuit medietatem ecclesie de Kelum 



-cont. 



ex dono archiepiscopi Eboracensi in absencia sua et aliam medietatem 
per presentacionem prioris de Selleford', et tota ecclesia valet x.m. 

Terra que fuit Radulfi Teissun in Watteleya et in soka est in 
warda Briani.de Insula que valet xxvj.l. xiij.d. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis dedit ecclesiam de Bolun cum 
pertinenciis Willelmo de Lanum que pertinet ad prebendam de 
Eboraco in absencia sua, que potest valere x.m. 

BROCTJLVESTO WE . 

Lenton' cum pertinenciis fuit dominicum Willelmi Peverell', et 
ipse inde fundavit abbaciam de Lenton'. 

In Lenton' et Radeford' sunt c.s. redditus, scilicet j. molendinum 1 
et ij. bovate terre in Radeford', et j. molendinum et ij. bovate terre 
in Lenton' et xxiiij. galline et opera viij. hominum per j. diem in 
Augusto, que Willelmus Alius Coste tenuit per falconariam et 2 sunt 
modo saisite in manum domini regis. 

In Sutton' ij. bovate terre de soka de Arnal' que solebant aliquando 
reddere v.s. set H. de Nevill' tenet eas in manum suam. 

In eadem villa tenet Robertus de Passeys j. serianteriam, scilicet 
ij. carucatas terre et dimidiam pro j. runcino et uno sacco in exercitu 
Wallie, et est suum feodum de honore Peverell'. 

In Trowell' tenet Gaufridus j. carucatam terre et in Brunesleg' 
dimidiam carucatam per serianteriam, per j. runcinum de v.s. et j. 
saccum de iiij.d. quando dominus Rex ierit in Walliam, et est de 
honore Peverell.' 

Walterus de Stretleg' tenet ij. bovatas terre in Stretleg' que 
antiquitus fuerunt de sokagio de ArnhaP, reddendo annuatim iij.s. ; 
et Gaufridus de Broculvestowe tenet ij. bovatas terre in Broculves- 
towe per idem servicium de eodem sokagio et H. de Nova Villa 
recipit firmam illam. 

Gaufridus de Broculvestowe tenet j. bovatam terre in Broc', 
reddendo xij.d. ad sokam de ArnhaP. 

In BulewelP est una carucata terre et dimidia et solebat defendere 
tempore Willelmi PeuerelP per j. runcinum et j. capistrum, et dominus 
Rex Johannis dedit illas Rogero RastelP, sed nescitur per quod 
servicium tenet. 

[ 3 In Lindeby sunt ij. carucate terre et dimidia unde Willelmus 
de Sancto Michaele tenet vij.l. et x.s. pro j. pellicio de grisio, et 
residuum respondit ad scaccarium de vij.l. x.s. de honore Peverell'. 

Monachi de Lenton' tenent j. molendinum et j. pratum pro l.s. 
que solebant pertinere ad Lindeby pro excambia de Papelwic] Dicunt 
barones de scaccario quod ista inquisicio falsa quia molendinum et 
pratum debent computari in firma de Lindeby scilicet contra xv.l. et 
iiij.s. quia Willelmus de Sancto Michaele non habet nisi vj.L et viij. 
sicut continetur in rotulo Regis Johannis ij°. 

1 The original (S. ij. 6) seems to read i'.j. molend', but the exact reading is 
not clear. 2 The words in italics are added in another hand. 

3 The words here printed within brackets are cancelled in the original 
(S. ij. 6) and the words in italics added. 



150 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 6. I n Papelwic i. carucata terre de dominico domini regis de 
' „™,/ Mammefeld' quam canonici de Novo Loco tenent in elemosina de 
dono Hennci Regis et valet v.s. 

In villa de Kirkeby sunt ij. bovate terre de terra Willelmi filii 
Coste quas Willelmus filius Gilleberti solebat tenere pro j. libra 
piperis, et modo sunt in manu domini regis eo quod tota terra que 
fuit Willelmi filii Coste ex precepto domini regis saisita est in manum 
suam. 

Homines de soka de Mammefeld' dicunt quod contencio quedam 
est inter dominicum regis de Mammefeld' et Rogerum le Poer' qui 
tenet de Petro de Gauditun de honore Peverell', in qua contencione 
manet Rogerus de Holebroc, cuius antecessores solebant respondere 
de ij.s. versus illos de Mammesfeld', ut dicunt. Set Rogerus le 
Poher contradicit quod est infra feodum quod tenet de predicto Petro 
et nichil petit quod sit in Notinghamsir', nee illi de Mammefeld' 
aliquid de Derebysir', et petunt quod divise sint perambulate. 

Idem dicunt quod Grimeston' cum pertinenciis se defendit pro 
ij. carucatis terre que date fuerunt ecclesie Lincolnie in elemosinam, 
quando ecclesia fundata fuit ante conquestum terre ; et Robertus 
Barduf modo tenet eas de Waltero de Clifford' per servicium j. 
militis et Walterus in capite de episcopo et ecclesia ; et est senescallus 
episcopatus de feodo illo una cum reliquo feodo, quod similiter tenet 
de eisdem ; et tarn antiquitus data fuit terra ilia quod nescitur quis 
illam dedit. 

Idem dicunt una cum villa de Kukeneia quod audierunt dici 
quod ij. carucate quas Willelmus de Quercu tenet in Cukeneia 
solebant esse de dominico de Mammefeld' et Henricus Rex, avus 1 
domini Regis Johannis, inde feffavit Ricardum filium Gosce, ita scilicet 
quod deberet ferrare dominicum palefridum domini regis quando 
jaceret apud Mammefeld' de cloera domini regis. Et adhuc tenent 
heredes sui illas, scilicet Willelmus de Quercu et uxor sua ex jure 
uxoris sue. 

Carleton' in Lindric est de soka de Mammefeld' unde Henricus 
Corbin liabet xxxiij.s. et iiij.d. et Philippus Mimekan respodet 2 
de residuo ad scaccarium. 

Idem dicunt quod Hugo de Stiveton' et Johannes Dayncurt 
dederunt domino regi x.m. per sic ut possent claudere infra parcum 
suum j. acram terre cum aqua que discurrit inter parcum suum et 
quandam terram que pertinet ad sokam de Mammefeld'. 

Prior et canonici de Novo Loco tenent in manerio de Oswardebec 
in Warcringham c. solidatas terre ex dono Henrici Regis, patris 
domini regis, et vij.l. et vj.d. in Walcringham et Sepewic et aliis 
menbriculis ex dono domini Regis Johannis quamdiu fuit comes 
et postea earn confirmavit et ex concessione domini Regis Ricardi. 

Et Hugo filius Roberti solebat tenere c. solidatas terre et xij. 
solidatas in Clawrd' reddendo j. espervarium mutarium ex dono 
Henrici Regis, et defunctus est, et est in manu domini regis. 



1 Bead proavus. 2 Read respondet. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 151 



S. ij. 6. Rogerus de Lanum habet infra predictum manerium iiij.m. scilicet 
l^on* in molendino de Tilne iij.m. et in terra de Tilne j.m. reddendo inde 
unum espervarium sorum, ex dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Magister Alanus de Bolleshour' habet in eodem manerio lxxv. 
solidatas terre iij. denariatas ex dono domini Regis Johannis reddendo 
inde j. par calcarium. 

Lisiardus de Musteris tenet xiij. bovatas terre in Legerton' reddendo 
manerio x.s. 

Johannes de Orreby tenet iiij. acras terre in Tilne sine servicio 
faciendo, sed nesciunt per quern habuit ingressum et valet ij.s. per 
annum. 

In Wiston' infra idem manerium iiij. bovate terre et dimidia que 
solebant antiquitus respondere de x.s. quas Rex Henricus, avus 
domini Regis Johannis, cuidam Willelmo Leharpur' dedit, reddendo 
xv.d. per annum, et adhuc heredes sui tenent illud. 

Homines de Dunham dicunt quod comes de Bolonie habet 1. libra tas 
terre ex dono Henricus Regis qui illud dedit Matheo Comiti, et comes 
Bollonie illas habet ex parte uxoris sue. Infra idem manerium 
sunt x. librate terre quas B. de Insula' habet pro custodia de 
Kingeshag' in Derleton'. 

Abbas de Wellebec habet xij. solidatas vj. denariatas terre in 
manerio de Edenestowe ex dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Inquisicio facta. 

derebisir'. 

Abbas de Deri eg' habet x.s. redditus in burgo de Dereby in elemosina 
de dono domini Henrici Regis, patris domini Regis Johannis, in eodem 
burgo comes de Ferrariis habet c.s. redditus qui computantur vice- 
comiti Lancastrie infra firmam suam, et idem comes habet in burgo 
de Notingham totidem denarios eodem modo, sed nescitur quo 
autore vel quo tempore predicti denarii recesserunt de corpore 
comit' Notingh' et Dereby. 

In Lutchurch' menbro burgi de Derby habet Petrus de Sandiacr' 
c.s. redditus pro excambia de Horseleia. 

Idem Petrus tenet Chelmardon' de honore Peverell' in Pecco 
faciendo servicium j. militis et tercie partis j. militis domino W. 
Briwerr', precepto domini regis, cui idem servicium debebatur pro 
Horselee. 

Idem Petrus tenet Sandiacr' cum pertinenciis per ostricariam et 
valet x.l. ; sed nescitur utrum antiquitus fuerit dominicum domini 
regis vel non. 

Seledus faber de Dereby tenet j. masuagium in Dereb' de dono 
domini Regis Johannis dum fuit comes et reddit inde domino regi 
per annum duos cnipulos. 

Abbas de Birton' tenet totas terras suas quas habet in Derbisir' 
in capite de domino rege in elemosina a tempore quo abbacia fundata 
fuit. 

Comes de Ferrariis tenet Drakelawe quod est de honore Lancastrie 
in capite de domino rege per servicium j. arcus et pharetre cum 
xij. sagittis fleccatis quas reddit domino regi de dono domini Regis 
Johannis. 



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I. 75-83 
— cont 



f'ii' 2o Stephanus de Bello Campo tenet Cotes de domino rege in capite 
per j. brachettum cum ligamine, sed nescitur ex cuius dono antecessores 
eius sic tenuerunt ; et 1 sive fuerit de dominico domini regis an de 
honore de Lancastr' similiter nescitur, et potest valere c.s. 

Melleburn' fuit antiquitus dominicum domini Regis Henrici, patris 
domini Regis Johannis, et dedit illam Hugoni de Bello Campo, et 
idem Hugo dedit canonicis de Calc ij.s. redditus in elemosinam 
et ad ecclesiam de Melleburn' j. virgatam terre, et Olivero de 
Waldebof 1. solidatas terre in Normant' cum pertinenciis, quas idem 
Oliverus modo tenet de domino rege in capite, et habet inde 
confirmacionem domini Regis Johannis et idem H. de Bello Campo 
dedit Willelmo filio Colling' in eadem villa xij.s. viij.d. redditus, et 
Petrus heres eius tenet illas adhuc ex concessione domini regis 
reddendo inde annuatim cum firma soke ij.s. 

Item post discessum predicti H. de Bello Campo senioris, Hugo 
filius eius tenuit villain de Melleburn' ex dono patris sui, postea 
veniens Oliverus frater suus primogenitus calumpniavit predictum 
manerium ; tandem sic confederati sunt quod idem H. quietum 
clamavit predicto fratri suo 0. c.s. redditus in Chelardeston', quas 
idem 0. dedit Willelmo filio Gaufridi cum fUia sua in maritagio, 
et idem Willelmus illas tenet ex concessione et confirmacione domini 
regis. 

Comes Cestrie quicquid tenet in Notinghamsir' et Derby sir' tenet 
in capite de domino rege cum aliis tenementis suis. 

Comes de Ferrariis quicquid tenet in Notinghamsir' et Derbisir' 
tenet in capite de domino rege infra servicium quod debet domino 
regi pro aliis feodis suis. 

Comes de Ferrariis tenet manerium de Wirkewrth' cum wapentakio, 
reddendo ad scaccarium annuatim vj xx 1. 

Idem comes tenet molendinum de Wednesleg' ad feodi firmam 
de domino rege. 

Radulfus Musard' tenet Staveleiam de domino rege in capite pro 
servicio dimidii militis. 

Dominus W. Briwerr' tenet Cestrefeld' cum soka et magno 
wapentakio ad feodi firmam reddendo inde annuatim lxxix.l. 

Item j. carucata in Cestrefeld' in Wringewrth' fuit antiquitus de 
soka de Cestrefeld' et data fuit antecessoribus Walkelini de Ferrariis 
per dominum Willelmum Regem Bastardum, ut dicitur. 

Willelmus de Albeny tenet Oskinton' et sokam que fuit dominicum 
domini regis in capite de domino rege per servicium duorum militum 
ex dono domini Regis Ricardi et ex concessione domini Regis 
Johannis. 

Item in eodem manerio sanctimoniales de Haverholm' tenent 
iiij. libra tas terre in elemosina ex dono domini Henrici, patris domini 
regis, pro excambia de Pevereltorp'. 

Fuky Painel solebat tenere Bingham in capite de domino rege 
per servicium j. militis et modo tenet Henri cus de Baillol ex dono 
domini regis, retento sibi servicio Hugonis de Bingham et Johannis 
de Cruce, qui solebant facere illud servicium predicto Fulconi, dum 
saisinam habuit. «, 

1 The words in italics are added in another hand. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 153 



S. ij. 6. Gerardus de Rodes tenet Langare et Clifton' que sunt de iionoro 
L-cont P evere H' e ^ <l ue fuerunt dominica Willelmi Peverel de dono domini 
Regis Johannis pro servicio j. militis de novo feffamento. 

Petrus Picot tenet Radeclive in capite de domino rege per 
ostriceriam et potest valere x.l. 

Hubertus fijius Radulfi tenet feoda xv. militum de domino rege. 

Leonina de Stutevill tenet totidem de domino rege. 

Heres Oliveri Dayncurt tenet feoda xxv. militum per totum. 

Heres Dodonis Barduf tenet feoda xxv. militum unde xv. milites 
sunt feffati et x. feoda sunt super dominicum, et baronia ilia est 
in manu domini regis. 

Baronia de Lexinton' est in manu domini regis unde Brianus de 
Insula debet respondere. 

Gillibertus filius Reymfrey debet respondere de honore Lancastrie. 

Item Brianus de Insula debet respondere de inquisicione facta 
in Alto Pecco et de Newerch' et si quid contingat quod pertineat 
ad dominum regem de archiepiscopatu Eboracensi. 

Feoda militum tenencium de honore W. Peverell' et eorum nomina 
alia vice fuerunt reddita ad scaccarium per Eustacium clericum 
vicecomitis Noting' in manu domini archidiaconi Huntendon'. 

Dominus Johannes de Basingeburn' tenetur respondere de feodis 
militum de honore de TikehhT. 

[In a later hand : — ] In libro. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit thesaurarius per manum 
Eustachii clerici et inquisitoris coram baronibus de scacario die Sabbati 
proximo, post octabas apostollorum Petri et Pauli anno regni Regis 
Johannis xiiij . 

[In a later hand : — ] Continet xxiiij. pecias cum transcripto ex Testa 
de Nevill\ Not 9 . Derb\ 



LINCOLN. 

S. ij. 7. Inquisicio 1 de feudis et tenement is que teneri debent de domino 
rege in capite et de illis que alienata sunt per maritagium vel per 
servicium vel per elemosinam vel alio modo que antiquitus tenebantur 
de domino rege vel de progenitoribus suis regibus Anglie. 

Comes Britannie in Tavelesbia iiij. bovatas terre quas Johannes 
de Nevill tenet per servicium dimidii militis. 

[Idem comes] in Kilingholm ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas et in 

Seuerbia iij. bovatas quas Rogerus de tenet per 

servicium j. militis. 

Et idem in Kelesia j. carucatam quam Hugo de tenet 

per servicium j. militis. 

1 The first portion of this roll was not transcribed into the Book of Fees. 
It is in a bad state and many of the readings must be treated as doubtful. 
There should have been a heading stating that the roll began with the fees in 
the Northriding of Lindsey, but there is nothing to show that such a heading 
ever existed. 



154 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 7 Idem in Kirnigton iiij. bovatas terre quas Johannes de 

~ conL tenet 

Et idem in Cadenaia j. carucatam et dimidiam quas Johannes de 
modo tenet per servicium 

Comes Alanus Britannie tenuit de honore de Richemund in Halesbia 
ij. carucatas terre et dimidiam et in Fullestouwe ij. carucatas et 
ij. bovatas et in Sualowe j. carucatam, et idem totum tenementum 
illud dedit Pigot de Laceles per servicium ij. militum et dimidii. 

Ricardus de Perci tenuit de domino rege in Caltorp et Covenham 
iij. carucatas terre quas Simon de Kim' et Warinus de Hallai tenent 
de illo per servicium j. militis et octave partis j. militis. 

Et idem in iiij. bovatas et dimidiam quas Willelmus 

de Murerriis modo tenet de illo per servicium j. militis. 

Et idem in ij. carucatas terre et ij. bovatas quas 

Robertus fllius Willelmi modo tenet per servicium j. militis. 

Et idem in Roxton ij. carucatas terre quas Ada de Widton modo 
tenet per servicium 1 j. militis. 

Et idem in Parva Grimesbi ij. carucatas terre et iiij. bovatas 
quas Simon de Kim' modo tenet per servicium j. militis. 

Et idem in Ho . . b . 2 ij. bovatas et dimidiam et terciam partem 
j. bovate et j. carucatam terre et iiij. bovatas in Torenton quas 
predictus Simon tenet per servicium quarte partis feudi j. militis. 

Et idem in Himmingham ij. carucatas et dimidiam quas idem 
Simon tenet per servicium dimidii militis. 

Wido de Croun tenuit de domino rege in Haskebi et Brighesle 
et Ravendal et Wada iiij. carucatas. Et Engeram filius Simonis 
tenet tenementum illud per servicium ij. militum. 

Et idem Wido in Binnebroc j. carucatam quam idem Engeram 
filius Simonis tenet per feudum j. militis. 

Wido de la Val in Haskebi et Ravendale et Wada et Brichisle 
iiij. carucatas j. bovata minus, unde Simon de Lindun tenet in 
Haskebi ij. carucatas et iij. bovatas per servicium dimidii militis, 
et Johannes de Laceles in Ravendale j. carucatam et dimidiam et 
in Cle et Tirnescog iij. carucatas de eodem feudo per servicium 
dimidii militis et trium parcium j . militis ; et preterea j . carucatam 
in Ellesham per servicium tercie partis j. militis. 

Willelmus de Curci, modo Warinus filius Geroud, in Rouwell 
j. carucatam et vij. bovatas et in Hirebi et Cotes iiij. carucatas et 
vij . bovatas et in Media Rasun iiij . bovatas et 3 terciam partem j . bovate 
in Lindewde iiij. bovatas et in Normanbi v. bovatas et in Hundun 
j. carucatam et in Netelton' v. bovatas, quas omnes Petrus Malet 
et antecessores sui tenuerunt per servicium vj. militum. 

Preterea idem Warinus de eodem feudo in Croxebi et Saltfletbi 
et Faldigwrd' servicium j. militis quod Simon de Kim' modo 
tenet. 

Comes Cestrie in Wium et Hormesbi iiij. carucatas et ij. bovatas 
quas comes de Harundell tenet in maritagio cum uxore sua per 
servicium ij. militum et quartam partem j. militis. 

1 per servicium seems to be repeated. 2 Probably Houresbi. 

3 terciam partem j. bovate is interlined and should possibly be inserted 
before et. The sense is the same. 



LINCOLN. 155 



s. ij. 7 Et idem comes Cestrie in Cle et Thirnescho dimidiam carucatam 
—cont. e ^ se ptimam partem j. carucate quas Willelmus filius Druconis tenet 
per servicium dimidii militis. 

Et idem comes in Humberstan et Tetenaia et Houton xv. carucatas 
terre et iij. bovatas unde Willelmus filius Druconis tenet iij. carucatas 
per servicium ij. militum et Ricardus de Houton' j. carucatam et 

ij. bovatas per servicium dimidii militis ; et Elias 

tenet ij. carucatas et ij. bovatis minus per servicium dimidii militis. 
Et Radulfus falconarius tenet iij. bovatas per servicium falconarie. 

Et idem comes in Fulhestouwe vj. bovatas quas Eudo Arsic tenet 
per servicium quarte partis j. militis. 

Et idem comes in Caburn' et Cukewald' et Norcotes iiij. carucatas 

terre et j. bovatam quas Gilbertus de tenet per servicium 

iij. militum. 

Et idem conies in Parva Grimesbia j. carucatam et iij. bovatas quas 
Gilbertus de tenet per servicium j. militis. 

Et idem comes in Tetenaia et Humberstan ij. carucatas quas 
abbas de Grimesbia modo tenet in elemosinam per Comitem 
Rann' ; et xvj. bovatas quas abbas de Parco Lude tenet modo in 
elemosinam de dono predicti comitis. 

Et idem comes in Riebia iiij. carucatas et dimidiam quas Willelmus 
filius Druconis tenet de illo per servicium j. militis. 

Et idem comes in Kilingholm iij. carucatas et mididiam quas 
W T illelmus de Rideford' tenet per servicium j. parie calcariarum 
deauratarum pro omni servicio. 

Willelmus de Haubin' 1 in Luburc' viij. carucatas terre et in Foterbi 
ij. carucatas et j. bovatam quas Radulfus de Clere tenet per servicium 
ij. militum et quarte partis feodi j. militis. 

Et idem Willelmus in Foterbia ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas quas 
Teffania de Wildeker per servicium quarte partis quinte partis 
j. militis. 

Et idem Willelmus tenet in Thurgrambi j. carucatam et in Croxebi 
j. carucatam et in Binnebroc j. carucatam et in Hirefed' 2 iij. carucatas 
et v. bovatas per servicium ij. militum. 

Comes Albemar' in Wivelesbi et soka v. carucatas et iij. bovatas 
et Arnica de Wivelesbi tenet per servicium j. militis, et idem in 
Barewe xj. carucatas unde Petrus de Campania tenet de illo ij. et 
dimidiam per servicium j. militis, et Elias j. caru- 
catam per servicium j. militis et Petrus de HamundevhT vij. et 
dimidiam per servicium j. militis ; et modo G. filius Petri et Walterus 
de Ver in Gousele ij. carucatas et dimidiam per servicium xxx. partis 
j. militis et Robertus de Munceus in Kilingholm . . caruc' per 
servicium dimidii militis et Johellanus de Torp' et Johannes de 
Funton' vj. bovatas per servicium lxxx. partis j. militis ; et Willelmus 
de Haraines in Ketelesbi iij. bovatas et terciam partem j. bovate 

per servicium cxx. partis j. militis ; et in Hangotebi 

v. bovatas per servicium xl. partis j. militis. Et comes Willelmus 

de Albemarl' dedit abbati de Torenton 3 

et Gresebi et Adolf bi in elemosina xj. carucatas terre in elemosina 

1 i.e. Albini. 2 Read Hireford. 

3 The gap may be conjecturally filled up with the words in Thorenton' . 



156 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij- 7 unde fundavit abbaciam de Thorenton 

~ conL j. carucatam quam Willelmus filius Rand' tenet per servicium xlviij. 
partis j. militis. Et idem in Seuerbia ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas 
Rogerus de Seuerbia tenet per servicium ij. militum, et idem tenet 
in Hormesbia iiij. carucatas et dimidiam quas dedit Odoni de Fribos 
per servicium xvij. partis j. militis. 

Normannus de Arci in Cotum iiij. bovatas quas Johannes de 
Nevill' tenet per servicium j. sumarii in exercitu Wallie ; et idem 
in Torgrambi iiij. bovatas et in Himingham iiij. quas Walterus 
filius Gerardi tenet per servicium j. militis. 

Et idem in Haburc dimidiam carucatam, et in Kilingholm v. 
bovatas quas Simon Berner tenet per servicium j. militis ; et idem 

tenet j. carucatam et v. bovatas per servicium ij. 

militum et dimidii. Et totum predictum feudum tenet Willelmus 

de la Lande suo. Et Robertus de Kelebi tenet 

de Normanno de Arci de eadem baronia in Kelebia dimidiam 

carucatam et et terciam partem j. bovate per 

servicium j. militis. Et Andreas de Nevill' in Wtton' et Limberg' 
j. carucatam et ij. bovatas et dimidiam per servicium j. militis. 
Et Robertus de Nevill' in Hulesbi vj. bovatas que antiquitus date 
fuerunt in maritagio Sibille 1 uxori sue ei per Thomam de Arci, patrem 
Thome de Arci. Et Gilbertus de Turribus tenet in Caburn' j. 
carucatam per servicium quarte partis j. militis. Et Petrus de 
HamundevilP tenet in Houresbia ij. bovatas per servicium dimidii 
militis et Cecilia de Fontibus in Kilingholm tenet iiij. carucatas et 
dimidiam per servicium j. militis. 

Radulfus de Crioill', modo Thomas de Scotin' et Willelmus 
Scotin' qui ambo tenent in Stainton' iiij. bovatas et dimidiam de 
domino rege per servicium tercie partis j. militis. Et Rogerus de 
Millai tenet in Ottebi j. carucatam per servicium j. militis. Et 
Willelmus de Cantulupo tenet vij. bovatas in Houton' per servicium 
j. militis et Willelmus filius Rogeri tenet in . . . . j. carucatam et 
vj. bovatas per servicium dimidii militis. Et fratres milicie Templi 
tenet 2 in Linberg' ij. carucatas terre in elemosina. Set Willelmus 
de Scotin' et Thomas faciunt inde servicium domino regi de duabus 
partibus j. militis. 

Hugo PainelP in Westrasen vj. carucatas et v. bovatas de domino 

rege et preterea in eadem villa Willelmus de tenet de illo 

j. carucatam et ij. bovatas per servicium tercie partis j. militis. 

Mauricius de Gant in Tavelesbia j. carucatam terre et vj. bovatas 
quas Willelmus de Plaiz et heres Hugonis de Baiocis et Johannes 
de Curci tenet 2 per servicium j. militis ; et Marmaduc de Tueng 
in Wiveligham j. carucatam terre per servicium j. militis cum terra 
sua de Leghesbia. 3 

esbi ij. carucatas et vj. bovatas et in 

ij. carucatas 

osturcum per annum cum 

tota alia terra quam tenet de illo. Et idem Hugo 

1 The reading is not clear. 2 Read tenent. 

3 At this yoint m. 1 of the roll ends. 



LINCOLN. 157 



S.iJ-7 Nevill 

—cont. tenet per servicium trium parcium j. militis. Et in Netelton' . . . 

Heheling et Cle ij. carucatas et dimidiam et in Kelebi iiij. bovatas in. 

carucatas. Et 

inde dedit Henrico de Longo Campo x. libratas terre per ser- 
vicium dimidii militis 

. . . vicium quinte partis j. militis ex dono Roberti de Gant et 

Willelmus de Willhebia c. solidatas terre 

m j. militis et Nigellus Alius Alexandri 

c. solidatas terre per servicium quarte partis feodi j. militis 

enet per servicium quinte partis j. 

militis Mauricius de Gant iiij. bovatas per servicium xvij. partis 
tenet v. bovatas per ser- 
vicium xvj. partis j. militis Rogerus films Hugonis v. bovatas per 

servicium ntu Lupo de 

dono domini regis x. libras terre que fuit eschaeta de terris Aaron. 

Et Radulfus films per servicium 

dimidii militis de dono comitis Gilberti de Gant. Et Willelmus de 

Huntisford' iiij j. militis. 

Preterea comes Gilbertus de Gant dedit v. bovatas terre abbacie 

de Et 

comes Simon dedit abbacie de Sempigham vij. bovatas. Omnes 
predicte sunt in elemosina. 

ardolf in Wrahebia et Hellesham et 

Ketelesbia ij. carucatas terre quas Willelmus Anselin tenet per 

s pertinet ad custodiam de 

Notigham. 

in Wrahebia et Ellesham et Ketelesbi 

ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas quas Robertus de Arches tenet per 
servicium 

de Verdun in Linberg' de domino rege et 

in Staligburc tenet iiij. carucatas terre per servicium j. militis .... 

de Costentin . . et Benedictus de Haveresham et Hugo 

de Hasbi in Bundebi et Saxebi vij. carucatas et dimidiam per 
servicium ij. militum de feudo de Humet. 

S.ij. 7. Illaria Trussebut in Melton' et Wtton' et Gousele et Folnetebi 
"et Messigham tenet feuda trium militum de domino rege et inde 
tenet Willelmus de Birun in Wtton' j. militem et in Gousele dimidium 
militem, et Galfridus de Nevill' in Folneteby dimidium militem, et 
Walterus de Ver' in Messigham dimidium militem, Galfridus de 
Colebi in Colebi dimidium militem. 

Robertus Grelle in Netelton v. bovatas de domino rege ; prior 
de Sixele tenet illas in elemosina. 

Idem Robertus de Grelle in Bekebi j. carucatam terre, et 
Robertus de Arches tenet de illo per servicium dimidii militis, et 
Gilbertus de Funtenay tenet de eodem Roberto in Sumerdebi 
et Bernetebi j. carucatam terre per terciam partem j. militis. 



158 A.D. 1212. 



TT^gj'ii Nicholaus de Stutevill in Torp et Bekebi j. carucatam et vj. 

—cont. bovatas quas Willelmus de Scoten' et Galfridus de Torp tenent de 

illo per servicium tercie partis j. militis, et Robertus de Hesell' tenet 

de eodem feudo ij. carucatas et iij. bovatas per servicium dimidii 

militis. 

Radulfus de Mortuo Mari in Wtton' ij. carucatas quas Sibilla de 
Valones tenet per servicium ij. militum. 

Comes Laicestrie in Stainton et Wlfricbi j. carucatam terre et 
dimidiam quas Johannes de Bassigburn' tenet per servicium j. 
militis. 

Baronia de Creuker que est in manu domini regis. Templarii 
tenent in elemosina de dono Rain' de Creuker in Normanbia 
et Tavelesbia ij. carucatas terre. Et idem Rain' habuit in 
Wiveligham j. carucatam et iiij. bovatas et dimidiam quas Alexander 
de Creuker modo tenet per servicium j. militis. 

Comes Willelmus de Rumar' in Hirebia j. carucatam terre quam 
Gilbertus de Benigwrd' tenet per servicium j. militis et idem tenet 
in Halesbia iij. bovatas et in Kilingholm j. carucatam et ij. bovatas 
et dimidiam per servicium dimidii militis quas Gilbertus de Benigwd' 
tenet. 

Idem comes in Torgrambi vj. bovatas et in Croxebi v. bovatas 
et in Toresweia ij. bovatas et in Houtun' j. carucatam quas predictus 
Gilbertus tenet per servicium ij. militum et dimidii. Et idem comes 
in Claxebi et Normanbi cum pertinenciis iij. carucatas terre quas 
Ricardus de Braibof tenet per servicium iij. militum. 

Et idem in Ottebi j. carucatam et in Normanbia iij. bovatas quas 
heres Roberti de Ottebia tenet per servicium j. militis et dimidii. 

Et idem comes in Parva Lubirg j. carucatam et in Kettlesbia 
ij. bovatas et in Broclesbia iij. bovatas quas Rogerus de Sancto 
Martino tenet per servicium ij. militum. 

Et idem in Neuhus v. bovatas quas Gilbertus de Turribus tenet 
per servicium j. militis. 

Alanus de Lincolnia, modo Ricardus de Sanford, in RouwelP et 
Cukewald v. carucatas et ij. bovatas et in Thoriswaia iij. bovatas 
quas Willelmus de Rouwell tenet per servicium ij. militum. 

Preterea idem in Toreswaia j. carucatam et iij. bovatas quas 
Willelmus de Sancto Licio tenet per servicium tercie partis j. militis. 
Et in eadem ij. carucatas et dimidiam quas Johannes de Baiocis 
tenet per servicium j. militis et quarte partis j. militis. Et idem in 
eadem villa iiij. bovatas et dimidiam quas Willelmus de Baiocis 
tenet per servicium decime partis j. militis cum viij. bovatis quas 
tenet alibi de eodem feudo in Sudriding 1 . Et idem in eadem 
villa ij. bovatas quas Walterus de Sancto Luc' tenet per servicium 
xx. partis j. militis. Et preterea sciendum quod Willelmus de 
Tilebroc tenet de eadem baronia scilicet in Gousele et Baruwe de dote 
uxoris sue servicium ij. militum. Et sciendum quod Hugo de Baiocis 
dedit abbati de Revesbi dcccc. acras terre in Thoreswaia in elemosina 
et xl. acras. Inde reddunt vj.s. per annum. Et idem dedit 
monialibus de Sixele lx. acras in elemosina et monialibus de 
Grimesbia j. bovatam. 

1 II. 562 reads Sudigton'. 



LINCOLN. 159 



S. ij. 7. Archiepiscopus Eboracensis in Heheling et Cle v. bovatas et in 
—cont ' Staligburc' vj. bovatas quas Gilbertus de Righesbi tenet per servicium 
dimidii militis, et Hugo de Verli in Swalue de illo archiepiscopo vj. 
bovatas per servicium xxvj. partis j. militis. Et Robertus de 
Munceus de illo archiepiscopo in Cukewald' j. carucatam per 
servicium xxx. partis j. militis et Hugo de Verli in Kelebi vj. bovatas 
per servicium xxvij. partis j. militis. 

Dionisius Fleccarius tenet in Bradele cum pertinenciis, tenet j. 
bovatam et terciam partem j. bovate per servicium de flechis et 
preterea xj. bovatas quas tenet de domino rege et reddit annuatim 
. ad scaccarium iiij.m. 

Galfridus de Costilers et Willelmus de Houdre tenent in Scardhou 
et soka de dono domini regis xx. libratas terre, et necimus per quod 
servicium. 

Galfridus de Nevill' tenet in soka de Laissebi xiiij. carucatas terre 
in escambio de Boret, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Episcopus Dunehelmensis in Fulhestouwe et Neuton 1 et Raven- 
dale ij. carucatas et dimidiam quas Henricus Bek tenuit per 
servicium j. militis. Et abbas de Sancto Carliolo 1 tenet de dono 
Rannulfi episcopi in Covenham iij. carucatas in elemosina. Idem 
episcopus in Halesbia vj. bovatas terre quas Simon de Kim' tenet 
per servicium dimidii militis ; et idem in Foterbia vij. bovatas quas 
Henricus Bek tenet per servicium dimidii militis ; et idem in Broclesbi 
j. carucatam quam Simon de Kim' tenet per servicium j. militis. 

Robertus Marmiun in Fulhestouwe xiiij. bovatas quas Rogerus 
de Laceles tenet per servicium trium parcium j. militis. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis in Wium et Hormesbia iiij. carucatas et 
ij. bovatas quas Radulfus de Wium tenet per servicium ij. militum 
cum dimidia carucata in Wlfricbia. 

Idem in Belesbia j. carucatam et dimidiam, in Kelebia iij. bovatas, 
in Hoi' ij. bovatas, in Ravendale ij. bovatas et in Torgrambia j. 
bovatam quas Simon de Kim' tenet per servicium j. militis. 

Et idem in Gousele et Wtton iij . carucatas quas Walterus de Ver 
tenet per servicium ij. militum. 

Et idem in Kinierbia 2 et soka iiij. carucatas et in Wlfricbia j. 
carucatam et in Croxton' dimidiam carucatam et in Hellesham 
ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas quas Petrus de HamundevhT tenet per 
servicium ij. militum. 

Et idem in Bekebi j. carucatam, et in Kelebi v. bovatas et in 
Staligburc' ij. bovatas, et in Hulesbi iiij. bovatas quas Henricus 
de Nevill' tenet per servicium iij. militum et quarte partis j. militis. 

Simon de Canci in Suinehop et Belesbia ij. carucatas terre et iij. 
partes j. carucate per servicium dimidii militis de domino rege. 

Et idem Simon in Walesbia j. carucatam terre quam Willelmus 
de Hardredeshiir tenet et Willelmus filius Hamonis per servicium 
v. militum. Et sciendum quod Simon de Cancy, pater predict! 
Simonis, dedit inde in maritagium xx.s. redditus in Belesbi sorori 
sue, et monalibus de Halvigham in Suinehop j. carucatam, et canonicis 
de Neuhus v. acras et ij. bovatas. 

1 Read Carilefo. 

2 The word is badly written. II. 564 reads Bincrerbia. 



160 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 7. Comes Steffanus in soka de Waltham xlii. carucatas terre unde 

. 561-56' 
— cont. 



Alanus filius Comitis dedit in elemosinam abbati de Belloport' xxij 



bovatas et residuum tenuit in manu sua. Et Hugo de Gurneto 1 
habet inde de dono domini regis xlj. libra tas terre ; et Cunras de 
Wilre xl. marcatas ; et Lambekyn de Culon' xx. libratas ; et 
Tiricus le Tiais xx. libratas ; set necimus per quod tenent de domino 
rege. 

Idem comes in Suinehop ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas et dimidiam 
quas Simon de Canci tenet per servicium j. militis ; et idem in Cateby 
iij. carucatas quas Osbertus vicecomes 2 tenuit per servicium dimidii 
militis ; et idem in Grainesbia iij. carucatas et ij. bovatas per 
servicium trium parcium j. militis. 

calswah' wapentacium. 
S. ij. 7. Philippus de Kim' tenet feodum j us militis in Swaby de comite 
561 Cestrie. Et idem comes tenet in capite de domino rege. 

Graland' de Rungchamp' tenet in wapentacio de Calswah' ix. 
bovatas terre per servicium dimidii militis de comite Cestrie, et ipse 
comes de domino rege in capite. 

Gilbertus de Lekeburna tenet de comite Cestrie in eodem 
wappentacio feoda ij. militum vj. parte minus, et ipse comes in 
capite de domino rege. 

Robertus de Lekeburna tenet de comite Cestrie xx ma parte 
minus de quarta parte feodi j ua militis, et idem comes in capite 
do domino rege. 

Rogerus senescallus de Monte Alto tenet feodum j us militis in 
Calswah' de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes tenet feodum in capite 
de rege. 

Radulfus de Sulleye tenet terciam partem j U9 militis scilicet v. 
parte minus in Calswah' de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes feodum 
de domino rege in capite. 

Simon de Kim' tenet feodum dimidii militis in Calswah' de comite 
Cestrie, et ipse comes in capite de domino rege. 

Idem Simon tenet in Maubertorp iij. partem feodi j us militis 
de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes in capite de domino rege. 

Idem Simon tenet in Trustorp 3 iiij. partem j us militis de comite 
Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino rege in capite. 

Simon de Kim' tenet iiij fcam partem feodi j us militis in Calswah* 
de domino rege. 

Radulfus filius Simonis tenet in eodem wapentacio feodum dimidii 
militis de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino rege in capite. 

Muriell' de Farlestorp tenet quartam partem feodi j us militis 
in Calswah' de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino rege in 
capite. 

Radulfus de Billesbi tenet feodum iij. parcium j Ufl militis in 
Calswah' de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes tenet feodum illud in 
capite de domino rege. 

1 Read Gurnaco. 

2 For Osbert the sheriff see English Historical Review, April 1915, p. 277, 
and The Genealogist, N.S., vol. xxxii. pp. 1, 73, 153, 227. 

3 The only part of this word that is clear is T . . . torp. II. 503 reads 
Castorp, which is impossible. 



LINCOLN. 161 



S. ij. 7. Walterus de Batvent tenet dimidiam villam de Billesbi per 
J-cont seriantiam de comite Cestrie, set servicium suum atornatum est 
domino regi. 

Simon de Kim' tenet x mam partem feodi j ua militis in Asfordebi 
de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes tenet feodum illud de rege in 
capite. 

Gilbertus de Benigwarh' tenet in Asfordebi quartam partem 
j us militis de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino rege in 
capite. 

Philippus de Kim' tenet feodum dimidii militis in Clactorp de 
comite Cestrie, et ipse comes in capite de domino rege. 

Walterus de Hambi tenet in Calswah' iij. partes j ua militis et 
xlvj. partem j ua militis de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes tenet 
feodum illud de domino rege in capite ; et comes Cestrie dedit terrain 
illam comiti de Arundell' in maritagium cum sorore sua. 

Simon de Kim' tenet in Hagnebi quartam partem j us militis 
de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes tenet feodum illud de rege in 
capite. 

Galfridus films Petri tenet in Toresbi feodum j U8 militis de comite 
Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino rege in capite. 

Philippus de Kim' tenet in Calesbi feodum j ua militis de comite 
Cestrie, et ipse comes de rege in capite. 

Radulfus de Grendala tenet in Calswah' duas partes de quarte 1 
parte feodi j U8 militis de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino 
rege in capite. 

Simon de Says tenet in Calswah' feodum j ua militis et dimidii 
de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino rege in capite. 

Philippus de Prahores tenet in Ulesbi quintam partem feodi j ua 
militis de comite Cestrie, et ipse comes de domino rege in capite. 

Willelmus de Well' tenet in Calswah' feoda ij. militum et dimidii 
et j. quarterii de Gilberto de Gant, et ipse Gilbertus de domino rege 
in capite. 

Willelmus de Wilhebi tenet in Calswah' feodum j ua militis de 
Gilberto de Gant, et ipse Gilbertus de domino rege in capite, scilicet 2 
in Wilgheby. 

Alanus de Mumbi tenet in Calswah' feoda ij. militum et j. quarterii 
de feodo de Richemund', scilicet in Mumby et soca. 

Simon de Kim' tenet in Bruntorp feodum j us militis de episcopo 
Dunolmensi, et ipse episcopus de domino rege in capite. 

Thomas de Wddetorp tenet in Calswah' wapentacio feodum dimidii 
militis de Olivero de Vas, et ipse Oliverus de rege in capite de honore 
Crune, scilicet in Wdetorp. 

Prior de Freston' tenet quartam partem feodi j ua militis in Claxeby 
in elemosina de do no Wydonis de Crum. Et ipse Wydo illam tenuit 
de domino rege in capite et 3 heredes sui faciunt inde servicium. 

Domina Sibilla de Scoten' tenet in Calswah' feodum dimidii militis 
de Willelmo de Scoten' et Thoma de Scoten et ipsi tenent in capite 
de rege, scilicet in Cumberwrth'. 

1 Read quarta. 

2 All the clauses introduced by the word scilicet in the remainder of the 
return for the wapentake of Calswath are in a different ink. 

3 The words et . . . . servicium are in a different ink. 

Wt. 370$. 9 ll 



162 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 7. Willelmus Arsic tenet in Calswah' feodum i. militis de Roberto 

TT TAQ KA1 

'^_ c(mt Arsic, et ipse Robertus de domino rege in capite, scilicet in 
Maltebi. 

Gilbertus de Riggesbi tenet feodum j. militis de archiepiscopo 
Eboracensi in Calswah', et dominus archiepiscopus in capite de 
domino rege, scilicet in Riggesby. 

Johannes de NovilF tenet feodum dimidii militis in Calswah' de 
honore de Richemund', scilicet in Riggesby. 

Radulfus de Heglinge tenet in Calswah', scilicet in Hotoft, 1 quartam 
partem j us militis de Ricardo de Saneford'. Et ipse Ricardus tenet 
feodum illud in capite de domino rege. 

Brianus de Insula tenet in Calswah' feodum j us militis de Olivero 
de Wauus et ipse Oliverus de domino rege in capite de honore de 
Crun. scilicet in Saleby. 

[Episcopus 2 Lincolniensis suscepit Radulfum filium Willelmi 
Arsic ad presentacionem Willelmi patris sui ad ecclesiam beate 
Elene in Todeltorp 3 ad medietatem predicte ecclesie in transmarinis 
partibus, et redditus dimidie ecclesie illius valet per annum v. 
marcas.] 

CANDELESHOU WAPENTACIUM. 

In Croft' et Wintorp et Freskena et Burgo tenet Simon de Kim' 
v. carucatas terre et dimidiam pro uno feodo militis de Gilberto 
de Gant. Et idem Gilbertus tenet illas de domino rege in capite. 
Et ex illis dedit Roulf antecessor Simonis de Kim' lx. acras in 
elemosinam abbacie de Elnestou, et Nicholaus le Nunneman illas 
tenet per servicium xv.s. per annum. 

Gilbertus de Gant tenet in villa de Partenay de domino rege iiij. 
carucatas terre et dimidiam et Eustacius de Vescy tenet illas de 
Gilberto de Gant pro tercia parte feodi j us militis. Et de predicta 
terra dederunt antecessores Gilberti de Gant j. bovatam et dimidiam 
in puram elemosinam hospitali de Partenay. Et Willelmus f rater 
sacerdotis tenet de predicta terra j. bovatam per sariantiam 4 per 
seriantiam de predicto Gilberto ad sumoniciones faciendas in curiam 
predicti Gilberti. 

Idem Gilbertus tenet in capite de domino rege in Orrebi et Ardeltorp 
iiij. carucatas et dimidiam. Johannes de Orrebi illas tenet per 
servicium constabularie predicti Gilberti. 

Idem Gilbertus tenet in capite de domino rege in villa de Steping' 
et Frisebi x. carucatas terre et ij. bovatas, et Hugo filius Radulfi 
tenet de predicto Gilberto iiij. carucatas per servicium dimidii militis. 
Et dominus Simon de Kim' tenet j. carucatam et dimidiam et j. 
bovatam per servicium quarte partis j us militis. Et Walter us de 
Braitoft tenet de predicto Gilberto iij. bovatas. Et antecessores 
Gilberti de Gant dederunt in elemosinam abbacie de Bardenay iiij- 
carucatas et ij. bovatas. 

Idem Gilbertus tenet in capite de domino rege in Scrembi, in 
Burg', in Wintorp' iiij. carucatas terre dimidiam carucatam quas 

1 The words scilicet in Hotoft are interlined in a different ink. 

2 The words printed within brackets are cancelled. 

3 Read Tedeltorp'. « So in S. ij. 7, 



LINCOLN. 163 



S- ij. 7. Robertus de Scrembi tenet de predicto Gilberto per feodum i us 
™ 61 militis. 

Idem Gilbertus de Gant tenet in capite de domino rege in Driebi 
iiij. carucatas. Et Simon de Driebi tenet illas de dicto Gilberto 
per servicium feodi j us militis et tercia parte feodi j ua militis. 

Robertus.de Tatesala tenet in Drextorp in capite de domino rege 
dimidiam carucatam terre, et Simon de Driebi tenet illam de dicto 
Roberto pro sexta parte feudi j us militis. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in eadem villa de domino rege ij. carucatas 
terre de quibus domina de Farlestorp tenet de predicto comite ix. 
bovatas pro quinta parte feodi j us militis. Et Philippus de Drex- 
torp' scilicet Philippus de Praheres tenet inde iij. bovatas de predicto 
comite et dimidiam bovatam pro quinta parte feodi j ua militis. 
Et Gilbertus de Langeton' tenet inde duas bovatas pro vicesima 
parte j us militis. 

Domina Matildis de Lacy tenet de domino rege in Ingaldemoles 
et in Schekenessa et in Steping et in Burg' et in Partenay iij. carucatas 
dimidia bovata minus, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Welleton' et in Boebi ij. carucatas terre 
quas Walterus de Hambi per iij. partes j us militis et xlvj. partem 
j U8 militis quas comes Cestrie dedit in maritagium comiti de Arundell' 
cum sorore sua. 

Cicillia de Crevequor tenuit 1 in eadem villa ij. carucatas terre 
quas Hugo filius Radulfi tenet per ij. partes j us militis. 

Robertus de Tatersala tenuit in capite de domino rege in Candluobi 
cum soka vij. carucatas terre et dimidiam quas Elyzabet mater 
predicti Robert! modo tenet in dote. Et de istis vij. carucatis et 
dimidia tenet Johannes de Orrebi xiiij. bovatas de quibus xxiiij. 
bovate faciunt feodum j us militis. Et Gilbertus de Burg' tenuit 
inde viij. bovatas pro tercia parte feodi j us militis. Et Johannes 
filius Radulfi tenet inde viij. bovatas pro tercia parte feodi j us 
militis. Et Robertus de Acketorp tenet vj. bovatas pro iiij. parte 
feodi j us militis. Et Thomas de Bothebi tenet inde iiij. bovatas 
pro sexta parte feodi j us militis. Et Willelmus de Bray toft tenet 
inde iiij. bovatas pro vj. parte feodi j us militis. Et Ranulfus de 
Marisco tenet inde ij. bovatas pro xij. parte feodi j U3 militis. Et 
Gunell' de Candlouby tenet inde ij . bovatas pro xij . parte feodi j ua militis. 
Comes Cestrie tenet in Forthington' et in Ulesbi in capite de 
domino rege feodum j us militis quod dedit comiti David' in marita- 
gium cum sorore ipsius comitis. 

Idem comes tenet in capite de domino rege v. carucatas terre in 
Askeby, de quibus Gilbertus de Tadewell' tenet j. carucatam de 
predicto comite ad firmam pro xv.s. Et Warinus de Vernun tenet 
inde ij. carucatas terre, sed necimus per quod servicium. Walterus 
de Coventr' tenet j. carucatam, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Episcopus Dunolmensis tenet • in eadem villa j. carucatam in 
capite de domino rege, et Alanus de Marton' tenet illam, sed necimus 
per quod servicium. 

Gerardus de KanvuT tenet in capite de domino rege dimidiam 
carucatam terre. 

1 tenuit tor Uteri over teuit, which is not deleted. 



164 A.D. 1212. 



s - ij- 7 - Alarms de Mumbi tenet de honore de Richemund' in Burg* viij. 
—cont. partem feodi j us militis. Et prior de Bulington' tenet de eo, sed 
necimus per quod servicium. 

Alanus de Mumbi tenet de eodem honore in Candlesbi et Gunnebi 
et Winetorp iij. partes j us militis. Petrus de Girlincton' tenet de eo. 

Simon de Kim' tenet unam carucatam terre in Gunneby et Burgo. 
Ketelbern de Keles tenet de eo, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in capite de domino rege in Wainflet' et in 
Freskena et in Schekenessa et in Braitoft ij. carucatas terre et 
dimidiam. Et Philippus de Kim' tenet de predicto comite, sed 
necimus per quod servicium. 

Episcopus Dunelmensis tenet in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
terre in Grebbi et dimidiam carucatam in Freskena. Henricus 
Bee tenet illas de predicto episcopo. 

Simon de Kim' tenet in Freskena ij. bovatas terre in capite de 
domino rege. Ketelburne de Keles tenet illas de predicto Simone. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in capite de domino rege in Wainflet, in Irebi, 
in Bray toft ij. carucatas terre. Willelmus de Barwe tenet illas ad 
firmam pro xv.s. per annum. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in capite de domino rege in Waynflet et 
Freskena, in Irebi ix. bovatas terre. Graland de Runchamp tenet 
illas in capite de comite, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Item comes Cestrie tenet in capite de domino rege in Suterbi j. 
carucatam et v. bovatas et dimidiam. Rogerus de Monte Alto tenet 
illas de predicto comite per servicium iiij. partis j us militis. 

hornecastr' wapentacitjm. x 

Robertus Marmiun inter Scrivelb' et Tornet' et Ruct' et Dalderbi 
et Wilkesbi et Holtam x-vij. carucatas et ij. bovatas ; sed nessimus 
per quod servicium. 

Willelmus de Lisurs tenet inde tres carucatas et iiij. bovatas pro 
feodo unius militis in Maring\ 

Monachi de Kirkested tenent vj. bovatas in elemosinam, salvo 
tantum forinseco servicio et idem j. mulinum in Holtam, reddendo 
annuatim xxx.s. et idem j. bo scum apud Tornetun de c. acris in 
puram elemosinam, et idem in Wildemora iiij or vacarias in puram 
elemosinam de dono Henrici Regis, patris Regis Johannis, et de dono 
Roberti Marmiun. 

Rolandus de Wudehall' tenet unam dimidiam carucatam per 
xv cim s e £ j ii Dram piperis in WdehaV. 

Willelmus de Langetun et Matildis uxor sua tenent in Ructun' 
iij. bovatas pro xv cim s. De Roberto Marmiun. 

Hugo Pollard' tenet in Holtam j. carucatam pro j. libra piperis. 

Johannes de Fonten' tenet ij. bovatas in Holtam per iiij or s. 

Alanus et Rogerus de Dalderb' tenent dimidiam carucatam per 
duo paria de lorains de dono antecessorum Roberti Marmiun. In 
Dalderby. 

Predictus autem Robertus Marmiun tenet inde ix. carucatas et 
vj. bovatas in dominico, unde fratres de hospitali Line' tenent in 

1 In the return for this wapentake are certain additions, here printed in 
italic. 



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S. ij. 7. Escrivelb' v. acras de do no eiusdem Roberti in puram elemosinam ; 
n.^503-561 ecc j eg - a ^ e Qitham j. bovatam ; capella de Escrivelb' j. bovatam ; 
Willelmus capellanus in vita sua j. bovatam per duos solidos ; Vin- 
cencius j. bovatam per vj.s. et vj.d. apud Cuningesb' ; Adam 
dimidiam bovatam et j. toftum per iiij or s. ; Robertus Alius Tholi 
dimidiam bovatam per dimidiam marcam ; Toma Alius Bertelmeui 
dimidiam bovatam pro iiij or s. ; fratres de Templo tenent dimidiam 
bovatam in puram elemosinam de do no Roberti Marmiun ; ibidem 
dimidiam in puram elemosinam ex do no Roberti Marmiun. 

Episcopus Doneholmiensis tenet in Kyrkeb', in Torp', in Martun, 
in Wispintun et in Wahinworg' 1 ix. earucatas et vj. bovatas, et 
Henricus Bee tenet totum illud de episcopatu, sed nescimus per 
quod servicium nee ex dono cuius. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt tenet de domino rege in Edlingtun' et in 
Polum et in Baumbur' xxiiij. earucatas et in Askeb' j. carucatam et 
dimidiam, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

Abbas de Barden' tenet in Edlingtun' ix. earucatas et dimidiam 
in puram elemosinam de dono antecessorum predicti Gilberti. 

Robertus de Barkewordg' tenet in Polum j. carucatam pro v ta 
parte j us militis de Gilberto de Gant. 

Abbas de Barden' in Baumbur' iiij or earucatas in puram elemosinam 
de Gilberto de Gant. 

Eustacias de Vesci in Baumbur' viij. earucatas de predicto Gilberto 
per ij. partes feodi j U3 militis de dono antecessorum predicti 
Gilberti. 

Willelmus de Wilheb' tenet in Askeb' j. carucatam et dimidiam 2 
iiij tam partem j us militis. 

Ranulfus comes Cestrie tenet in Edlingtun' j. carucatam et 
dimidiam, unde Robertus de Barkeworh' tenet j. bovatam de dono 
Ranulfi Comitis, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

Johannes Camerarius tenet j. bovatam et dimidiam per iij.s. de 
dono comitis. 

Gilbertus de Wahinwoh' ij.s. et forinsecum servicium de dono 
Ranulfi comitis. 

Philippus de Kirkeb' j. bovatam pro vj.d. et forinsecum 3 de dono 
predicti Ranulfi. 

David de Cotes dimidiam bovatam pro xij.d. et forinsecum 3 . 

Aldusa et filia sua j. bovatam pro xij.d. et forinsecum 3 de dono 
ipsius comitis. 

Petrus Clericus ij. acras et dimidiam pro ij. libris piperis. 

Andreas de Edlingt' ij. acras et dimidiam pro dimidia libra piperis 
de dono eiusdem. 

Robertus films Walteri ij. acras pro vj.d. de dono eiusdem. 

Hugo de Edlingtun' iij. acras pro vj.d. de dono eiusdem. 

Walterus filius Doding iiij . acras pro j . libra piperis de dono eiusdem. 

Toraldus de Horsingtun' ij. acras pro vj.d. de dono eiusdem. 

Fratres Hospitalis de Mauteb' v. acras in puram elemosinam de 
dono comitis. 

Abbas de Kirkested' iiij or acras in elemosina de dono comitis. 



1 An unusual form of Waddingworth. 

2 After dimidiam supply per. 3 So in the original (S. ij. 7). 



166 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij- 7. Ecclesia Lincolnie j. acram et dimidiam in elemosina de dono 
11 5<Kf -f » comitis. 

— cont. 

Petrus de Brus iiij. bovatas in Askeb' quas Simon de Kim' tenet 
de illo, set nescimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Baldwi de Betun in Timelb' et in Langetun et in Cuningesb' 
v. carucatas et vj. bovatas unde Herbertus de Sancto Quintino tenet 
ij. carucatas in Langetun et iij. et dimidiam bovatas pro decima 
parte unius militis de dono comitis Stefani de Aubmar' et Gilbertus 
de Langetun' de predicto Baldwino in Cuninghesb' ij. bovatas, sed 
nescimus per quod servicium. 

Ricardus de Sanford' in Langetun in Timelb' et in Bocland' ij. 
carucatas quas Willelmus de Rowell' tenet de illo per ij. partes unius 
militis de dono Alani de Line'. 

Hugo Painel in Kirkeb' j. carucatam et ij. bovatas quas Rogerus 
de Patem' tenet de illo pro x a parte j us militis. 

De feodo de Tatersall' in Tumb', in Kirkeb', in Martun, in Strattun 
et in Wispintun, in Wahinworg' xv. carucatas et iiij. bovatas, 
unde Simon de Dreheb' tenet ij. carucatas cum iiij 01 " bovatis in 
Drexptorp' pro feodo j us militis de dono antecessor um de Tatersall'. 
Hugo Bretun tenet inde iiij 01 " carucatas pro feodo j us militis de dono 
Roberti filii Hugonis. Willelmus de la Land' in Wispintun' ij. 
carucatas pro feodo dimidii 1 militis de dono predicti Roberti. 
Galfridus de Martun j. carucatam et dimidiam pro tercia parte j U8 
militis ex dono predicti Roberti. Simon de la Land' j. bovatam 
in Torp'. Abbas de Kirkested' ij. carucatas in Strattun in puram 
elemosinam de dono Hugonis filii Heudon'. 

Comes Ranulfus Cestrie tenet in Escrivelb', in Cuningheb' v. 
bovatas unde comes David tenet iiij or bovatas in Escriveb' per 
maritagium. Et Philippus de Kim' unam bovatam de dono comitis, 
sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

Gerardus de Rodes in soca de Horn' lxxvj. libratas terre de dono 
Regis Johannis, sed nescimus per quod servicium. 

Henricus de Nevill' in eadem soca, in Askeb' et in Tingtun' xv. 
libratam 2 terre de dono domini Johannis Regis per servicium j. 
militis unde Radulfus de Barkeworh' tenet c. solidatas pro iij. parte 
j. militis de dono ipsius Henrici de Newill', Radulfus Alius Radulfi 
de Hoyland' v. marcatas pro v. parte j U8 militis de dono predicti 
Henrici. 

Walterus de Badvent tenet villam de Marum de domino rege 
scilicet vj. libratas et xiiij. solidatas scilicet per falconeriam. 

Lazari de Lincolnia in Askeb' j. carucatam terre in puram elemo- 
sinam de eadem soca de dono Henrici Regis. 

HILLE WAPPENTACIUM. 

Radulfus de la Haye tenuit in Walmesgara sextam partem feodi 
j U8 militis de domino rege de quibus abbas de Barling habet ix. 
bovatas in puram elemosinam de dono predicti Radulfi ; et fratres 
hospitalis Ierosolyme ij. bovatas ; et prior de Burewell' unam 
bovatam. 



1 j us is written on the line and not deleted; dimidii is interlined above 
it apparently as a correction. 2 Read libratas. 



LINCOLN. 167 



S. ij. 7. Comes Cestrie tenet in capite de domino rege in Walmesgara et 
11. ou.3-doi Ketellesbi et Ormesbi et Roclund et in Swabi et in Stain feoda iij. 
militum que Radulfus filius Simonis tenet de eo. 

Normanus de Arcy tenet de domino rege in Ormesbi et Enderbi 
feodum j us militis quod Ricardus filius Alani tenet de eo. 

Robertus Arsic tenet de rege in Aby et Strubbi et Wlfrikebi feodum 
j us militis quod Willelmus Arsic tenet de eo. 

Willelmus de Perci tenuit ij. carucatas terre et ij. bovatas in 
Wlfrikebi quas dedit capitulo beati Petri Eboraci in puram elemosinam, 
et canonici illas tenent. 

Normanus de Arcy tenet de rege in Marton' et in Holm' et in 
Wlfrikebi et Scapwic et Reresbi et Snelleslund' feoda ij. militum, 
que Radulfus filius Simon tenet de eo. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Oxecumbe feodum dimidii militis et octavam 
partem feodi j us militis quod Simon de Kim' tenet de eo. 

Episcopus Dunolmensis tenuit in Fuleteby et Oxecumbe feodum 
ij. militum quod Henricus Bee tenet de eo. 

In villa de Brinckell' sunt ij. carucate terre de escaetta 
Normannorum quas Rogerus de Fontibus tenuit de feodo Dodonis 
Bardolf quas dominus rex dedit Roberto de Mortuo Mari, sed 
nescimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in villa de Brinckell' quartam partem feodi 
j UB militis quam Warinus de Vernun tenet de eo. 

Predictus comes Cestrie in Langeton', in Saztorp et Drextorp, 
Hacwarhingham, Dalby tenet feodum dimidii militis quod Gilbertus 
de Langeton' 1 tenet de eo. 

Comes Cestrie tenet 2 de rege in Sauztorp et Langeton' quartam 
partem feodi j us militis quam Ricardus Malebis tenuit de eo. 

Idem comes Cestrie tenet de rege in Langeton' feodum xij. partis 
j us militis quod Radulfus de Grendala tenet de eo. 

Idem comes habet ij. bovatas terre et dimidiam quas Simon de 
Kim' tenet. 

Hugo filius Radulfi tenet de rege, scilicet de baronia Cecillie de 
Crevequer, in Askebi, Sumerdebi et Enderbi et Teford' et Hamring- 
ham et Welleton' feoda ij. militum et tres partes feodi j us militis, 
et de feodo comitis de Aubemara x mam partem feodi j us militis, 
et de feodo de Crevequer tenet Robertus filius Willelmi de Teford' 
j. feodum militis et tres partes j us militis de Hugone filio Radulfi. 
Et Thomas de Welleton' tenet de predicto Hugone de predicto 
feodo feodum j us militis. Et monachi de Revesby tenent in elemosina 
ij. carucatas terre de dono Radulfi filii Gilberti in villa de Askeby. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Fuletebi feodum dimidii militis quod Simon 
de Kim' tenet de eo. 

Idem comes tenet in Sauztorp et Langeton' quartam 3 partem feodi 
j us militis quam predictus Simon de Kim' tenet de eo. 

Idem comes tenet in Aswardebi et Sauztorp et Langeton' terciam 
partem feodi j us militis quam Liholfus de la Spanna tenet de eo. 

Idem comes tenet in Aswardebi ij. bovatas terre quas Hugo de 
Dunston' tenet de eo, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

1 Langeton' repeated in error. 2 Tenet repeated in error. 

3 II. 514 reads quintam. S. ij. 7 has q a ntam. 



168 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 7. Comes Cestrie tenet in Harington', Aswardeby, Freskena, Braitoft, 
U '— c ln t Q1 Suterbi, Irebi, Sauztorp, Scremtorp, Swabi, Billesbi, Raidehebi, 
Askebi, Langeton', Halincton', Hortmedhestan, Wainflet et Winctorp 
servicium ij. militum quod predictus comes dedit Comiti David in 
liberum maritagium cum sorore sua. Et preter hoc dedit predictus 
comes predicto Comiti David manerium suum de Graham in mari- 
tagium, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Wincebi de domino rege vj. bovatas terre 
quas Walterus de Batvent tenet de predicto comite per servicium 
falconarie. 

Idem tenet ij. bovatas de rege in Wincebi quas Simon de Kim' 
tenet de eo, sed necimus servicium suum. 

Predictus comes tenet in Wincebi j. bovatam terre et dimidiam 
quas senescallus de Monte Alto tenet de eo, sed necimus per quod 
servicium. 

Gilbertus de Gant tenet in Wincebi in capite de domino rege 
quartam 1 partem feodi j us militis quam Simon de Kim' tenet de eo. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Hacwarhingham de rege terciam partem 
feodi j ua militis quam Willelmus de Hardredeshill' tenet de eodem. 

Micchael de Hacwarhingham tenet de rege j. toftum per seriantiam 
ad faciendas sumoniciones cum serviente regis infra wapentacium. 

Alanus de Mumbi tenet de honore de Richemund' in Hacwarhing- 
ham viij am partem feodi j us militis quam Gilbertus de Langeton' 
tenet de eodem Alano. 

Walterus de Gant dedit in elemosinam abbacie de Bardenay 
feodum j us militis in Hacwarhingham. 

Comes de Albemar tenet de rege quadagesimam 2 et octavam 
partem feodi j ua militis in Hagwarhingham quam Gilbertus de 
Langeton' tenet de eo per predictum servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet de rege in Hamringham terciam partem 
feodi j ua militis quam Simon de Kim' tenet de eo. 

Dodo Bardolf tenuit de rege in Hamringham vj. partem feodi 
j ua militis quam Willelmus de LogevhT tenet de eo. 

Comes Cestrie tenet de rege in Hamringham, Scraidhesfeld', 
Asfordebi feodum j U8 militis quod Gilbertus de Beningwarh' tenet 
de eo. 

Comes Cestrie tenet de rege in Salmundeby feodum j UB militis 
quod Gilbertus de Beningwarh' tenet de eo. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Hamringham et Claxebi v. bovatas terre 
quas Hugo de Cappella et Walterus Starling' tenent de eo sed necimus 
per quod servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Claxebi feodum j ua militis quod senescallus 
de Monte Alto tenet de eo. 

Robertus de Hesela tenet in Teford' feodum j ua militis de feodo 
archiepiscopi Eboracensis quod Hugo de NevhT tenet de eo. Et 
archiepiscopus de domino rege in capite. 

Comes Cestrie tenet quartam partem feodi j ua militis quam 
Simon de Kim' tenet de eodem, sed necimus servicium comitis. 



1 The words in capite j us are written over an erasure. II. 514 

reads quartam. S. ij. 7 has q»ntam. 

2 Read quadragesimam. 



LINCOLN. 169 



GAYRETR WAPPENTACIUM. 

S. ij. 7. Dominus episcopus Lincolniensis tenuit in capite de domino rege 

—cont" 1 R an debi e ^ m Staunton' vj. carucatas terre, in Stratton' dimidiam 

carucatam et dimidiam carucatam in Falmettorp que est in Luthesk' 

wapentacio. Et hec tenementa tenet Henricus de Nevill' de eo per 

servicium ij. militum et dimidii. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in capite de domino rege in Burret' dimidiam 
carucatam et illam tenet Henricus de Nevill' per servicium dimidii 
militis. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in capite de rege in Horsincton ij. carucatas 
terre de quibus Walterus de Belesbi tenet j. carucatam per servicium 
militare unde xj. bovate faciunt feodum j us militis. Et dominus 
Simon de Kim' tenet aliam carucatam per servicium militare unde 
xx. bovate faciunt feodum j ua militis. 

Gaufridus Alius Petri tenet in capite de domino rege ij. carucatas 
terre in Hemmingkebi de escaetta Normannorum de terris que 
fuerunt Roberti filii Ernisii et in Horsincton' et Bukenhala iiij. 
carucatas terre quas sanctimoniales de Stikeswald' tenuerunt de 
heredibus predicti Roberti ad firmam finalem per x.l. per annum. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in capite de domino rege ij. carucatas et 
dimidiam in Hemmingkebi et in Aisterby iij. carucatas terre quas 
dedit Comiti David' in liberum maritagium cum sorore sua. 

Idem comes Cestrie dedit dimidiam carucatam terre comiti David 
in Hemmingkebi cum sorore sua in liberum maritagium, quam 
predictus comes Cestrie tenet de domino rege in capite. 

Idem comes Cestrie tenet in Stikeswald' vj. bovatas terre quas 
Nicholaus de Stutevill' tenet de predicto comite, sed necimus per 
quod servicium. 

Idem comes tenet vj. bovatas terre et ij. bovatas in Bocland' 
quas Simon de Kim' tenet per servicium militare unde xx. bovate 
faciunt feodum j us militis. 

Idem comes tenet in Bukenhala j. carucatam terre quam sancti- 
moniales de Stikeswald' tenent in pur am elemosinam. 

Idem comes tenet in capite de domino rege ij. carucatas terre in 
Bukenhala, quas abbas de Cruyland' tenet in pur am elemosinam. 

Idem comes tenet in Stikeswald' ij. carucatas terre quas sancte- 
moriiales de Stikeswald' tenent in puram elemosinam. 

Ricardus de Sanford' tenet vj. bovatas terre in Stikeswald' in 
capite de domino rege quas Alexander de Crevequor tenet de eo ad 
firmam per x.s. per annum. 

Gerardus de Kamvill' tenet in capite de domino rege in Stikeswald' 
de honore de la Haye j. carucatam terre quam Rogerus de Stikeswald' 
tenet de eo, set necimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet de domino rege in Stainigot ij. carucatas terre 
quas Baldewinus Wak de eo per servicium dimidii militis. 

Normanus de Arcy tenet j. carucatam et dimidiam in capite de 
domino rege in dominico suo. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Cauwell' j. carucatam et dimidiam in 
capite de domino rege quas fratres de Templo tenent de eo in puram 
elemosinam. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Scamlesbi in capite de domino rege vj. 
carucatas terre unde Philippus filius Simonis de Kim' tenet j. 



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S. ij- 7. carucatam et dimidiam. Et residuum tenet Henricus le Despenser 
—clnt * P er servicium ijorum calcariorum deauratorum. 

Idem comes Cestrie tenet in Golkesbi in capite de domino rege 
iij. carucatas terre ; de quibus fratres Templi tenent ix. bovatas in 
pur am elemosinam de do no comitis ; et unam carucatam tenet mater 
comitis in dote sua, et Robertus Salemon' tenet ij. bovatas terre per 
seriantiam. Haraldus inde tenet de hospitali Cestrie ij. bovatas 
reddendo vj.s. per annum. 

Idem comes Cestrie tenet in Torlaye et in Gautebi in capite de 
domino rege ij. carucatas terre quas Gaufridus de Fumechun tenet 
per seriantiam ad boscum custodiendum. 

Idem in Gautebi et Mintingke vj. carucatas terrre quas prior de 
Mincting' tenet in puram elemosinam. 

Idem comes tenet in Gauteby 1 ij. bovatas quas Gilbertus films 
Berenger tenet, sed necimus quo servicio. 

In Mintinges Gerardus de Kamvih" tenet de feodo de Lahaye 
in capite de domino rege, ut creditur, v. bovatas terre quas Willelmus 
Alius Petri tenet, sed necimus quo servicio. 

Hugo Painnell' tenet in capite de domino rege in Stratton, in 
Randebi et in Biuret' v. carucatas terre et ij. partes j us bovate 
quas Gilbertus de Beningwarh' tenet de eo per feuda ij. militum. 

Robertus de Tatersala tenet in Stratton' v. bovatas terre quas 
Radulfus de Barwarh' tenet de eo pro sexta parte feodi j us militis. 

Et comes tenet in villa de Beautesford 2 vj. carucatas terre in capite 
de domino rege unde fratres hospitalis Lincolnie tenent xviij. bovatas 
terre in puram elemosinam et prior de Spalding' j. bovatam in puram 
elemosinam ; residuum tenet domina comitissa in dote sua. 

Predictus comes tenet in capite de domino rege vj. carucatas terre 
in Dunigton' de quibus predictus comes dedit comiti de Ferres iij. 
carucatas in liberum maritagium cum sorore sua, et residuum est 
domine comitisse in dotem suam. 

WRACKOU WAPENTACIUM. 

Simon de Kim' tenet in capite de domino rege iiij. carucatas terre 
in Sottebi per servicium dimidii militis, unde Philippus pater predicti 
Simonis dedit Johanni Clerico iij. bovatas pro servicio xx. parte 3 
feodi j us militis et Hugoni filio Robert! dimidiam carucatam terre 
pro x.s. et forenseco et Gaufrido de Cuningkesbi dimidiam bovatam 
pro xij.d. et forenseco. 

Hugo de Scoten' tenuit in capite de domino rege vj. bovatas in 
Heinton' et in Barcwarh' iiij. bovatas et in Strubbi iiij. bovatas ; 
et illas dedit Haconi de Hainton' pro servicio j us militis ; dictus 
Haco et heredes eius illas tenent. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis tenuit in capite de domino rege in 
Grisebi j. carucatam terre et dimidiam, in Wllingham ij. carucatas 
et j. bovatam et dimidiam, in Barcwarh' iiij. bovatas, et illas dedit 
Willelmo de Verli pro servicio dimidii militis. 

Hugo de Scoten' tenuit in Wllingham in capite de domino rege 
j. carucatam et in Kinctorp ij. bovatas et dimidiam quas Willelmus 

1 Original (8. ij. 7) has in Gautib' in Gauteby. 

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S- ij- 7. de Cantilupo tenet de heredibus Hugonis de Scoten' pro servicio 
n '_icon* 61 tercie partis j us militis. 

Manesser Arsic tenuit in capite de domino rege in Wllingham 
vj. bovatas terre ; idem Manesser dedit eas Haconi de Heinton 
pro servicio xx.s. ad firmam finalem, et Johannes de Orrebi illas 
tenet. 

Hugo Painell' tenuit in capite de domino rege in Heinton' et 
Barcwarh' et Surray tres carucatas terre. Et idem Hugo dedit 
eas Waltero Falconario in feodo pro servicio j us militis ; et heredes 
eius eas tenent. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis tenuit in capite de domino rege in 
Panton et Barcwarh' ij. carucatas et iij. bovatas. Et idem archi- 
episcopus dedit illas Osberto de Panton pro servicio j us militis ; et 
heredes illius adhuc tenent. 

Hugo de Scoten' tenuit in capite de domino rege in Sixell' vj. 
bovatas et predictus Hugo vel heredes illius illas dederunt monialibus 
de Sixella in puram elemosinam. 

Willelmus de Percy tenuit in capite de domino rege in Lufford 
iiij. carucatas et iij. bovatas. Et idem W. et heredes eius dederunt 
eas monialibus de Sixella ad firmam finalem pro xij.l. 

Idem Willelmus de Percy tenuit in capite de domino rege in 
Leggesbi j. carucatam et dimidiam et idem Willelmus eas dedit in 
feodo Roberto de Tweing' pro servicio dimidii militis. 

Willelmus de Percy tenuit in capite de domino rege in Hotham et 
Luford' j. carucatam et j. bovatam. Et idem Willelmus illas dedit 
Roberto de Tweing' pro servicio dimidii militis. 

Idem Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino rege in Frimtorp et 
Luford dimidiam carucatam terre, et predictus Willelmus earn 
dedit Willelmo de Mureres pro servicio dimidii militis. Et heredes 
Willelmi earn tenent. 

Idem Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino rege in Lufford' ij. 
bovatas et illas dedit Thome filio Jollani pro servicio octave partis 
unius militis. Thomas et heredes eius eas tenent. 

Idem Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino rege in Keuermund' 
j. carucatam et dimidiam, et eas dedit Willelmo Malebis cum 
filia sua in liberum maritagium ; et heredes Willelmi eius eas 
tenent. 

Idem Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino rege in Keuermund' 
v. bovatas et dimidiam. Et idem Willelmus eas dedit Gilberto 
filio Folconis pro servicio v. partis j us militis ; et heredes eius eas 
tenent. 

Idem Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino rege in Keuermund' 
vj. bovatas terre et dimidiam et eas dedit Roberto. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis tenuit in capite de domino rege in 
. Bulincton', Wrackebi et Langeton' iij. carucatas terre et ij. bov- 
atas. Et Simon de Kim' tenet eas, sed necimus per quod ser- 
vicium. 

Hugo de Baioc' tenuit in capite de domino rege in Tirington' ij. 
carucatas. Et predictus Hugo dedit eas Rogero Mustaill' pro servicio 
dimidii militis. Heredes Rogeri adhuc tenent. 

Reginaldus de Crevequer tenuit in capite de domino rege in Blesebi 
in Houtton' iij. carucatas terre. Et idem Reginaldus dedit eas 



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S. ij. 7. Gocelin Jocelino 1 de Blesebi pro servicio i U8 militis. Et heredes 
"^f 1 eius tenent. 

YV illelmus de Perci tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. carucatas 
terre cum pertinenciis in Wykingebi et Westlathebi. Et predictus 
Willelmus dedit predictas tres carucatas terre Osberto vicecomiti 
pro servicio j us militis ; et heredes eius sunt tenentes. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis tenuit in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
terre in predictis villis. Et predictus episcopus earn dedit Osberto 
vicecomiti ad firmam finalem pro x.s. pro omni servicio ; et heredes 
eius adhuc tenent. 

Reginaldus de Crevequor tenuit in capite de domino rege ij. 
carucatas terre in Snelleslund' et Suntorp et Reresbi. Et illas 
dedit Osberto vicecomiti ad firmam finalem pro xx.s. pro omni 
servicio. Et heredes eius illas tenent. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis tenuit in capite de domino rege iiij. 
carucatas terre in Lissington' et illas dedit Herberto filio Aubri pro 
servicio j us militis ; et heredes Herberti eas tenent. 

Comes Cestrie tenuit in capite de domino rege v. carucatas in 
Neubell' et Stainton'. Et illas dedit Heltoni de Boy dill' pro servicio 
ij. militum ; heredes Heltonis eas tenent. 

Robertus Trussebut tenuit in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
terre in Helghetorp. Et ipse earn dedit Johanni Burdet pro servicio 
quarte partis feodi j us militis. Johannes predictam terram tenet. 

Idem habuit iij. carucatas in Rande et Bekering' in capite de 
rege et eas dedit Stephano Burdet pro servicio dimidii militis. 

Idem Robertus tenuit in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
terre in Bekering' et Houton' et Tirington'. Et earn dedit Roberto 
de la Barra pro servicio quarte partis j us militis. Et heredes eius 
earn tenent. 

Willelmus Trussebut tenuit in capite de domino rege dimidiam 
carucatam terre in Houton', et illam dedit Alano de NovuT, sed 
necimus per quod servicium. Et heredes eius earn tenent. 

Willelmus Trussebut tenuit in capite de domino rege ij. carucatas 
terre in Fuletebi. Et eas dedit Alano de NovhT per servicium 
dimidii militis. Et heredes Alani eas tenent. 

Idem Gaufridus Trussebut tenuit in capite de domino rege vj. 
bovatas terre in Wrackebi, et heredes eius eas tenent in dominico, 
sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Willelmus Trussebut tenuit in capite de domino rege ij. bovatas 
terre et dimidiam in Kinctorp et eas dedit Gervasio de Wrakebi 
ad firmam in feodo pro ij.s. et unam libram 2 piperis pro omni servicio, 
et heredes eius tenent. 

Idem Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino rege ix. carucatas 
et ij. bovatas terre in Panton' et Hatton', Barcwarh'. Et eas dedit 
Ricardo Trussebut in feodo pro servicio ij. militum. Et heredes 
eius eas tenent. 

Idem Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. carucatas 
terre et dimidiam et dimidiam bovatam in Tirington' cum per- 
tinenciis et illas dedit Reginaldo de JerpumvuT per servicium dimidii 
militis et octave partis j us militis ; heredes ehis eas tenent. 



1 So in original (S. ij. 7). 2 So in original (S. ij. 7). 



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S. ij. 7. Gilbertus de Gant tenuit in capite de domino rege iiij. carucatas 
IL J^!^ 61 terre in Bardhenay, Surraye, Butehat, Angoteby. Et eas dedit 
abbacie de Bardenaye in puram elemosinam. 

Rogerus Marmeun tenuit in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
terre in Butehate. Et earn dedit abbacie de Bardenaye in puram 
elemosinam. 

Idem Rogerus Marmeun tenuit in capite de domino rege in Langeton' 
j. carucatam terre et dimidiam. Et earn dedit Roberto Bigot pro 
servicio j us militis. Et heredes Roberti tenent vj. bovatas, et 
Johannes del Holm vj. bovatas. 
< Archiepiscopus Eboracensis tenuit in capite de domino rege ij. 
carucatas terre et dimidiam in Beningwarh' et Robertus de Adredebi 
et Margareta de Beningwarh' tenent de eodem feodo j. carucatam 
terre per servicium x me partis unius militis. 

Comes Willelmus de Romar' tenuit in capite de domino rege in 
Beningwarh' iij. carucatas terre et dimidiam et in Kinctorp ij. bovatas 
et dimidiam et in Strubby ij. bovatas. Et predictus comes dedit 
totam predictam terrain Waltero de Beningwarh' pro servicio ij. 
militum. Et heredes Walteri predictam terram tenent. 

Idem comes de Romar' tenuit in capite de domino rege dimidiam 
carucatam in Lufford' et illam dedit Waltero de Beningwarh' in 
servicio predictorum ij. militum. 

Episcopus Dunulmensis tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. 
carucatas in Biscopetorp. Et eas dedit Waltero Bee. 

Willelmus de Percy tenuit in capite de domino rege in Stainfeld' 
et Apelle v. carucatas terre. Et eas dedit monialibus de Stainfeld' 
in puram elemosinam. 

LUTHESKA WAPPENTACIUM. 

Comes Conanus de Britannia teniit 1 in capite de domino rege iij. 
carucatas terre in Gay ton' de quibus ipse comes dedit ij. carucatas 
et dimidiam abbatie de Kirkesteda in puram elemosinam. Et dedit 
predictis monachis de Kirkesteda dimidiam carucatam ad firmam 
finalem reddendo per annum xx.s., quos xx.s. redditus Gaufridus 
de Sauzesmara habet per balliam domini regis de escaetta 
de terris Britannorum. 

Idem comes tenuit in capite de domino rege in Welleton' iiij. 
carucatas quas iiij. carucatas terre dedit Johanni filio Meing' per 
servicium dimidii militis ; et heredes Johannis modo tenent. 

Idem comes habuit in Magnebi iij. carucatas in capite de domino 
rege quas Gaufridus de Sauzesmara habet per balliam domini regis 
ut superius. 

Idem comes tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. carucatas et j. 
bovatam in Grimnobi quas Gaufridus predictus habet per balliam 
domini regis de predictis terris. 

Idem comes tenuit in Saltfletebi iij. carucatas in capite de domino 
rege de quibus Gaufridus predictus habet j. carucatam et dimidiam 
per balliam domini regis. 

Idem comes dedit j. carucatam et dimidiam in Saltfletebi Ricardo 
le Gimell' pro feodo dimidii militis. Et idem Ricardus predictam 

__ l Bead tenuit. 



174 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 7. carucatam et dimidiam dedit abbatie de Langunet in puram 
II. 503-561 elemosinam . 

— cont. 

Et idem comes tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. carucatas terre 
in Schitebroc quas predictus comes dedit Rollando Haket pro feodo j us 
militis x ma parte minus ; heredes predicti Rollandi adhuc illas tenent. 

Idem comes tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. carucatas terre 
de quibus predictus comes dedit Alano le Gimell' j. carucatam et 
tres partes j us carucate pro quarte 1 parte feodi j us militis ; et 
heredes predicti Alani illas tenent. Et predictus comes dedit j. 
carucatam terre et quartam partem j us carucate abbatie de Giro vail' 
in puram elemosinam, et monachi adhuc tenent. 

Idem comes tenuit in Germuntorp ij. carucatas in capite de domino 
rege de quibus Galfridus de Sauzesmara habet vj. bovatas per balliam 
domini regis. Et Wimerus Camerarius habuit de dono comitis x. 
bovatas terre et idem Wimerus Camerarius tenuit de dono comitis 
ij. carucatas in Jerdburg', pro feodo dimidii militis cum x. bovatis 
prescript is de Germuntorp. Et heredes Wimeri illas tenent. 

Idem comes tenuit in capite de domino rege v. bovatas terre et 
terciam partem j U8 bovate. Et predictus Gaufridus illas tenet per 
balliam domini regis. 

Idem comes tenuit in Alvingham in capite de domino rege j. 
carucatam et duas bovatas et terciam partem j us bovate, unde 
Galfridus de Sauzesmara habet per balliam domini regis dimidiam 
carucatam et j. bovatam et sextam partem j us bovate. Et predictus 
comes dedit Johanni filio Meink' aliam dimidiam carugatam eb j. 
bovatam et sextam partem j ua bovate in Alvingham ad dimidium 
feodum militis perflciendum in Welleton' ut superius. Et heredes 2 
ipsius Johannis adhuc illas tenent. 

Alanus comes de Richemund' tenuit in capite de domino rege j. 
carucatam terre et dimidiam in Welleton' de honore de Richemund'. 
Et predictus comes illam dedit Landreo pro feodo dimidii militis. 
Et heredes Landrei modo tenent de Willelmo de Mandevill' per 
preceptum domini regis ut dicitur. 

Comes Ranulfus Cestrie tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. caru- 
catas in Tadewell' et illas dedit Ricardo comiti de Clara in maritagium 
cum sorore sua. Et fratres hospitalis Ierosolyme tenent x. bovatas 
terre in Mautebi in puram elemosinam, sed necimus de quo dono, 
scilicet de predicto feodo comitis Cestrie. Et Ranulfus comes Cestrie 
tenuit in predicta villa de Mautebi x. bovatas in capite de domino 
rege et illas dedit abbatie Sancte Werberge in puram elemosinam. 

Et predictus comes tenuit in capite de rege in Raidhebi et 
Halingtun' ij. carucatas et j. bovatam. Et illas dedit Roberto 
filio Gilberti per feodum tercie partis j us militis. Et heredes Roberti 
adhuc illas tenent. 

Et predictus comes tenuit in capite de Rege Johanne dimidiam 
carucatam et iij. bovatas in Tadewell'. Et illas dedit Gilberto fal- 
conario per servicium falconarie. Et heres Gilberti adhuc ilia tenet. 

Et monachi de Cruiland' tenent x. bovatas terre in Halington' 
de feodo predicti comitis Cestrie in puram elemosinam, sed necimus 
de dono cuius ipsi monachi predictam terrarn habent. 

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LINCOLN. 175 



S. ij. 7. Et predictus comes Cestrie tenuit in capite de domino rege vj. 
IL _£c<m1 61 D0Vatas terre et dimidiam in Halington' et Tadewell'. Et illas habet 
Simon de Says, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Et predictus comes tenuit in capite de domino rege in Raidhebi 
et Halincton' dimidiam carucatam terre et illam dedit Ricardo 
filio Aufridi ; et heredes Ricardi adhuc terram illam tenent sed 
necimus per quod servicium. 

Comes Ricardus tenuit in capite de domino rege ij. carucatas terre 
in Roclund' et illas dedit Simoni le Rus. Et heredes ipsius Simonis 
adhuc illas tenent ; et pertinent ad feodum suum de Ormesbi. 

Et predictus comes tenuit in Maidenwell' in capite de domino 
rege ij. carucatas. Et idem comes illas dedit antecessoribus Alani 
de Boydill', set necimus per quod servicium. Et heredes Alani 
adhuc illas tenent. 

Idem comes tenuit j. carucatam et dimidiam in Farford in capite 
de domino rege. Et predictus comes illas dedit antecessoribus 
Philippi de Kim' per servicium j us militis. Et heredes predicti 
Philippi adhuc illas tenent. 

Et predictus comes tenuit in capite de domino rege ij. carucatas 
terre in Hagham et illas dedit abbati de Sancto Severo in puram 
elemosinam. 

Et predictus comes tenuit omnia predicta tenementa de domino 
rege in capite, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Angotus de Burewell' tenuit ij. carucatas terre in capite de domino 
rege in Burewell' et ij. carucatas terre in Haghetorp, et in Muketon' 
j. carucatam et iiij. bovatas et in Carleton' iiij. carucatas, et iiij. 
bovatas in Welleton', et j. bovatam in Sumercotes. Et dominus 
Rex Henricus omnia ista tenementa habuit in manu sua de escaetta 
de Angoto. Et predicta tenementa dedit dominus Henricus Rex 
Radulfo de la Haye pro servicio j us militis. Et Radulfus de la Hay 
dedit Hugoni Bardolf iiij. carucatas in Carleton' per servicium tercie 
partis j us militis. Et ipse Radulfus dedit Thome Maucovenant 
j. carucatam et iiij. bovatas in Muketon' per servicium viij. partis 
j us militis. Et heredes predictorum adhuc predicta tenementa tenent. 

Alanus de Perci tenuit in capite de domino rege xviij. bovatas 
terre in Riston' et Carleton', sed necimus per quod servicium. Et 
illas dedit Osberto vicecomiti per servicium j^ militis ; heredes 
predicti Osberti illas tenent. 

Idem Alanus tenuit viij. carucatas terre in Elkington' et unam 
carugam in Caltorp in Nortrihing' et illas dedit Foconi senescallo 
per servicium j us militis, et heredes Folconis illas tenent, sed necimus 
servicium do mini 1 Alani quod debuit domino regi. 

Episcopus Dunolmensis tenuit in capite de domino rege j. caru- 
catam terre in Luthenna et Schitebroc et illam dedit abbatie de Sancto 
Carileffo in puram elemosinam. 

Idem episcopus Dunolmensis tenuit in capite de domino rege ij. 
carucatas terre in Kedington' et Kaillestorp, et in Welleton' ij. bovatas, 
et in Schitebroc ij. bovatas, et in Saltfletebi ij. bovatas, in Cocrington' 
dimidiam bovatam. Et predictus episcopus dedit omnia predicta 
tenementa antecessoribus Hugonis filii Pinchun per servicium ij. 



II. 526 reads dicti. 



176 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 7. militum, set necimus servicium quod episcopus debuit inde domino 
11.503-561 • * * * 

—cont. 1C & 1 - 

Alarms de Lincolnia tenuit in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
terre in Catebi et in Kaillestorp 1 j. carucatam terre et in Wicham 
v. bovatas et dimidiam, in Kaifiesterna ij. carucatas vj. bovatas et 
in Stiueton' ij. carucatas, in Corincton 2 iiij. bovatas, in Grimolbi 
vj. bovatas. Ranulfus de Baiocis, heres Alani de Lincolnia, dedit 
Rogero Punchardon' ij. bovatas terre et dimidiam pro v. parte feodi 
j ua militis; et heredes Rogeri adhuc illam tenent. Et predictus 
Ranulfus de Baiocis dedit Suspiro de Baiocis v. bovatas et dimidiam 
in Wicham per servicium iiij. partis feodi j us militis. Et heredes 
eius adhuc tenent. 

Hugo de Baiocis, heres Ranulfi de Baiocis, dedit Willelmo de Baiocis 
viij. bovatas terre et dimidiam in villa de Kelesterna per servicium 
x. partis j us militis. 

Idem Hugo dedit Jordano de Brakenberhe j. bovatam terre in Kele- 
sterna pro xl. parte feodi j us militis. Et heredes eius tenent adhuc. 

Predictus Hugo dedit sex bovatas in Kelesterna in elemosinam 
prioratui de Kiseburna. Et predictus Ranulfus dedit fratribus 
Templi unum torTtum et unam bovatam terre in liberam elemosinam. 

Hugo de Baiocis fundavit grangiam de Lambecroft cum cc. acris 
terre arabilis et dedit monachis de Parco Lude in puram elemosinam. 

Ricardus de Sancford dedit eisdem monachis j. bovatam terre 
arabilis in Kelesterna in puram elemosinam. Hugo de Baiocis dedit 
Ivoni de Marisco iiij. bovatas terre in Kogrington' pro servicio feodi 
dimidii militis, et heredes Ivonis illas tenent. 

Gaufridus films Pagani tenuit in Grimbestorp, 3 in Welleton', 
in Catebi in capite de domino rege ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas terre, 
et heredes Radulfi filii Haconis tenent ilia de honore de Lancastr' 
pro servicio feodi j. militis. 

Willelmus Meschin tenuit in capite de domino rege iiij. carucatas 
terre in Elkington'. Et illas dedit Waltero de Beningwarh' per 
servicium quarte partis feodi j ua militis. Alanus de Agketorp tenuit 
j. carucatam terre de predicto Willelmo in Agketorp quam predictus 
Willelmus tenuit in capite de domino comite Cestrie cum aliis tene- 
mentis suis per servicium quod debet domino comiti, set necimus 
per quod servicium. 4 

Episcopus Lincolniensis tenuit xij. carugatas terre in dominico 
suo in capite de domino rege in villa de Luda, sed necimus per quod 
servicium ; et in Parva Wicham ij. bovatas quas Simon de Kim' 
habet de dono predicti episcopi cum aliis tenementis que tenet de 
predicto episcopo, sed necimus servicium ipsius Simonis quod debet 
domino episcopo Lincolniensi neque servicium episcopi versus 
dominum regem. 

Hugo de Valle tenuit in capite de domino rege iij. carucatas terre 
et vij. bovatas et dimidiam in Widcala, et illas dedit Coste de Widcala 
per servicium j U3 militis et ij. parcium j us militis. Et heredes 



1 Original (S. ij. 7) seems to read Catebi et Kaillestorp Kaillestorp. 
Probably the former Kaillestorp was meant to be cancelled. 

2 Bead Cocrinton. 

3 Read Grimbeltorp. 4 servicium repeated. 



LINCOLN. 177 



S. ij. 7. Coste adhuc tenent, sed necimus servicium quod Hugo de Valle fecit 
n i2^ 61 domino regi. 

Idem Hugo tenuit iij. carucatas terre in Cocrington' de domino 
rege et duas partes j us bovate et in Alvingham iij. bovatas terre 
et dimidiam, et in Sumercotes j. bovatam et dimidiam et in Salt- 
fleteby iij. bovatas. Et Willelmus de Freston' illas tenuit de predicto 
Hugone per servicium ij. militum. Et heredes predicti Willelmi 
adhuc tenent ; necimus servicium Hugonis versus dominum 
regem. 

Radulfus de Criholl' tenuit in capite de domino rege j. carucatam 
et vj. bovatas in Cocrington', et in Sumercotes j. bovatam, et in 
Saltfleteby j. bovatam et dimidiam et in Cocrington iiij. bovatas, 
et in Wicham j. carucatam et in Widcala j. carucatam et vij. bovatas 
et terciam partem j ua bovate. Et Hugo de Scoteny heres predicti 
Radulfi postea tenuit predicta tenementa. Et de predictis tenementis 
dedit predictus Hugo prioratui de Markebi in puram elemosinam 
ij. bovatas terre in Wicham. Et postea Thomas de Scoteny, qui 
fuit heres predicti Hugonis post Lambertum de Scoteni, dedit predicto 
prioratui j. bovatam in Wicham in puram elemosinam. 

Willelmus de Cantelupo tenet de predictis tenementis in Widcala 
j. carucatam et vij. bovatas et terciam partem j U8 bovate in Widcala 
de Thoma de Scoteny, sed necimus per quod servicium. 

Lambertus de Scoteny heres Hugonis de Scoten' dedit de predicto 
feodo in Cocrington' sanctimonialibus de Alvingham 1. acras de 
prato in puram elemosinam. 

Idem Lambertus dedit monachis de Parco Lude xx. acras de prato 
de predicto feodo in Cocrington' in puram elemosinam. 

Predictus Thomas de Scoten', heres predicti Lamberti, dedit predictis 
monachis de Parco Lude xij. acras de prato in puram elemosinam de 
predicto feodo de Cocrington'. 

Rogerus de Millay tenuit iiij. bovatas terre in Kedincton' et unam 
bovatam et dimidiam in Saltfleteby de predictis Hugone, Radulfo 
Lamberto, Thoma, Willelmo, de Scoten' per servicium j ua militis. 

Rogerus Marmiun tenuit j. carucatam terre in capite de domino 
rege in TadwelT, et Radulfus de Bulebec illam tenet de predicto 
Rogero per servicium quarte partis feodi j us militis, set necimus 
per quod servicium. Dominus Rogerus tenet de domino rege in 
capite. 

HEC EST INQUISICIO FACTA DE HIIS QUI TENENT IN CAPITE DE 
DOMINO REGE IN KETSTEVEN. 

LANGHOU. 

Baldewinus Wake tenet feodum unius militis m Bracebrig' quod 
Johannes de Bracebrig' tenet de eo. 

Magister Alanus tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in villa de Kanewic 
de esketo, scilicet de feodo Ricardi filii Outi de dono domini regis, 
sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Monachi de Kirkested' tenent in eadem villa ij. bovatas terre, 
sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Willelmus Marten" tenet in eadem villa in capite de domino rege 
quartam partem j. militis, 

Wt. 3705. b 12 



178 A.D. 1212. 



s - ij- 7 - Gwarinus filius Geroud' tenet Washyngburg' et sokam de dono 
'^con^ domini regis de esketo de feodo Britannie, sed nescitur per quod 
servicium. 

Normannus de Arcy tenet feodum xx. militum in comitatu Lincolnie 
de baronia sua in capite de domino rege. 

Baldewinus Wake habet feodum tercie partis j. militis in Methern- 
ham, quod Emma de Lisuris tenet. 

Comes Cestrie habet feodum tercie partis j. militis in eadem villa, 
quod Philippus de Kim' tenet. 

Heres Oliveri de Eyncurt habet in eadem villa feodum ij. militum 
quod Willelmus Basset tenet. 

Idem heres habet in Branst' dominicum suum quod Henricus 
Episcopus tenet de dote uxoris sue de dono domini regis, sed nescitur 
per quod servicium. 

Idem heres habet servicium dimidii militis, quod Robertus Patric 
tenet in eadem villa. 

Idem heres habet feodum j. militis in Hanewrthe quod Willelmus 
de Eyncurt tenet. 

Idem heres habet dominicum suum in Blankena quod Willelmus 
de Mortuo Mari tenet de dote uxoris sue de dono domini regis, sed 
nescitur per quod servicium. 

Idem heres habet in eadem villa servicium xv. partis j. militis 
quod Ranulfus de Blanken' tenet. 

Idem heres habet in eadem villa servicium vj. partis j. militis quod 
Rogerus Hoglamb tenet. 

Idem heres habet in Skapewic feodum dimidii militis quod Gerardus 
de Fanecurt tenet. 

Idem habet in eadem villa feodum iiij. partis j. militis quod 
Fulco de Oyri tenet. 

Idem habet in Timberlund' feodum dimidii militis quod Philippus 
de Timberlund tenet. 

Idem habet in eadem villa feodum dimidii militis quod Johannes 
de Bergate tenet. 

Idem habet in villa de Thorp feodum dimidii militis quod Simon 
de Kim' tenet. 

Idem habet in eadem villa feodum dimidii militis quod Fulco de 
Templo tenet. 

Willelmus de Albenia habet servicium dimidii militis in Mere quod 
Robertus de Ropesle tenet. 

Dominus rex habet in Kyrkebia et Skapewic servicium vj. partis 
j. militis et xv. partis j. militis de feodo Helpe Albrastarii quod 
Radulfus de Belevile tenet in capite de domino rege. 

Dominus rex habet in eisdem villis j. carucatam terre quam 
Willelmus de Lisuris tenet de dono domini regis, sed nescitur per 
quod servicium. 

Radulfus de Mortun habet in eisdem villis in capite de domino 
rege iij. partes feodi dimidii militis quas Alexander filius Bele et 
David de Mortun et Yvo filius Simonis tenent. 

Robertus de Hascebi habet in Martun in capite de domino rege 
de feodo Helpe Albrastarii in Martun quod Walterus de Martun tenet. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis habet in Billingeie et Walecote ser- 
vicium j. militis quod Petrus de Bilingeie tenet. 



LINCOLN. 179 



ASWARDETHIRNE 

S. ij. 7. In Kellebi et Roucebi tenentur ij. partes feodi i us militis de baronia 

e 03-5 fll 
cont 



1 episcopi Dolonensis 1 quas Galfridus de Evermue tenet 



Idem Galfridus tenet in eadem villa de feodo Gilberti de Gant 
j. carucatam terre per terciam partem j. militis. 

In Thorp de feodo Gilberti de Gant et in Swarebi tenet Robertus 
de Hascebi feodum j. militis. 

In Thorp de feodo Widonis de Creona et in Kellebi et in Swarebi 
tenet Adam de Thorp terciam partem j us militis. 

In Swarebi de feodo Simonis de Cancy tenet Robertus de Hascebi 
per seriantiam. 

In Silkebi de feodo Gilberti de Gant tenet Thomas de Silkeby 
feodum vj. partis j. militis. 

In Wilgbi de eodem feodo tenet Radulfus de Wilgbi feodum iij. 
partis j. militis. 

Rogerus de Stikeswald' tenet in eadem villa de eodem feodo quartam 
partem j. militis. 

Idem Rogerus tenet in eadem villa de feodo Gerardi de KanvuT 
terciam partem j U8 militis. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis habet in eadem villa ij. partes j U8 militis, 
quas domina Bremunda tenet. 

In Ywarbi de feodo Gilberti de Gant tenet Alvredus de Ywarbi 
v. partem j UB militis. 

In eadem villa tenet Nichol' fiP Willelmi de episcopatu Lincol- 
niensi feodum dimidii militis. 

In Oustorp de feodo G. de KanvuT tenet Willelmus de la 
Launde feodum j ua militis. 

In Huuell' de feodo G. de Gaunt tenet Gilbertus de Huuell v. 
partem feodi j UB militis. 

In Asgerby de eodem feodo G. de Gaunt tenuit Willelmus filius 
Walteri feodum iiij. partis feodi j us militis, que est in manu domini 
regis. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt tenet Heckingtun in dominico de baronia 
sua. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt in eadem villa habet feudum xx. partis j. 
militis, quam Thomas Anglicus tenet. 

In Hal de feodo Gilberti de Gant tenet Johannes de Hal xij. partem 
j. militis. 

In Hal et Ingoldesby tenet Hugo de Nevill' crassus de eodem 
feodo feodum j. militis. 

In Parva Hal de eodem feodo tenet Simon Camerarius vj. partem 
j. militis. 

In Hekintun' et Skretintun et Hal de feodo Oliveri de Vas tenet 
idem Simon iij. partem j. militis. 

In Helpringham de feodo Gilberti de Gant tenet Simon de Kima 
feodum dimidii militis. 

In eadem villa et Thorp de feodo Eustacii de Vesci tenet Thomas 
le Latimer vij. partem j. militis. 

In Burtun de feodo de Creona tenet Petrus Angevin ix. partem 
j. militis. 

1 Read Dunolmensis. 



180 A.D. 1212. 



s - U« 7. In Scretintun de eodem feodo tenet Simon de Mar ham feodum 
ILMfrMl dimidii militig 

In eadem villa de feodo Gilberti de Gant tenet Thebaldus feodum 
j. militis. 

Idem tenet de eodem in eadem villa vj. partem j. militis. 

In Aswardbi de eodem feodo tenet Simon de Kim' feodum j. 
militis. 

In Querintun et Evedun tenet Hugo de Sancto Vedasto feodum 
j. militis de episcopatu Lincolniensi. 

In Ingaldebi tenet Osbertus filius Nigelli xiij. bovatas terre de 
feodo Henrici de Clintun. 

In Ywarbi tenentur de eodem Osberto ij. carucate terre de eodem 
feodo unde nullum habet servicium ; tenentes sunt Nicholaus de 
Hoiland et Walterus frater eius. 

AVELUND. 

Baldewinus Wacke tenet in dominico Brunne et sockam de baronia 
sua. 

Idem Baldewinus habet in Repighale feodum j Ufl militis quod 
Johannes Gubbaut tenet. 

Idem Baldewinus habet in Ringesdun feudum dimidii militis quod 
Elias filius Ade de Ringesdun tenet. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt tenet Fulkingham in dominico de baronia 
sua. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt habet in Stoue quatuor partes feudi j us militis 
quas Ricardus Pickenot tenet. 

Idem Gilbertus habet in Trikingham et in Walecot quintam partem 
et quartam partem feudi j us militis quas Hugo de Trikingham et 
Matildis mater ejus tenent. 

Idem habet in Pointun servicium dimidii militis quod Alanus 
de Pointun tenet. 

Idem habet in Locton feudum dimidii militis quod moniales de 
Sempringham tenent. 

Idem habet in Hasceby quartern 1 partem feodi j us militis quam 
Petrus de AmundevhT tenet. 

Idem habet in Dembelby quartam partem feodi j us militis quam 
Gilbertus de Lekeburn tenet. 

Idem habet feodum demidii militis in Osberneb' quod Simon de 
Kyma tenet. 

Gerardus de Kanvill habet Swaueton in dominico de baronia 
sua. 

Idem habet feodum j. militis in Billigburg' quod Richerus de 
Billigburg' tenet. 

Idem habet in Pickewrd' feodum j. militis et dimidii quod Robertus 
de Pickewrd tenet. 

Idem habet in Neuetun et in Trikingham feodum dimidii militis 
quod Willelmus de Osberneby tenet. 

Idem habet in Horbelling feodum quarte partis j. militis quod 
Andreas de Horbelling tenet. 

Idem habet quintam partem feodi j. militis in Demelb' quod Adam 
Pes Canis tenet. 

1 Read quartam. 



LINCOLN. 181 



S. ij. 7. Johannes Marescallus et Rogerus de Cressi tenent villatam de 
IL503-561 Aslockeby de dono domini regis, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Matildis de Hauvill' tenet ij. carucatas terre in Hacuneby per 
seriantiam. 

Dominus rex habet servicium dimidii militis in Mortun et in 
Scapewic quod Radulfus de Mortun tenet in capite de domino rege. 

Walterus clericus de Hacuneb' tenet in capite de domino rege 
octavam partem feodi j us militis in Hacuneby. 

Abbas de Burgo habet tres partes feodi j. militis in Walecot quas 
Robertus de Hasceby tenet de eo. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis habet feodum j. militis in Hacuneby quod 
Ricardus Silvanus tenet. 

Idem episcopus habet in Ringesdun feodum dimidii militis quod 
Ely as de Ringesdun tenet. 

Hervicus Baggot tenet in capite de domino rege quartam partem 
feodi j. militis in Brunne et in Hacuneb' et Philippus de Wastines 
et Robertus de Hacuneb' tenent illud feodum de eo. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis habet in Duseby servicium dimidii 
militis quod Matildis de Gynai tenet in dote. 

Idem habet in Horbelling feodum dimidii militis quod Rogerus 
Goylain tenet. 

Rogerus Grossus tenet in capite de domino rege servicium octave 
partis j. militis in Hacunebi de antecessoria. Et idem Rogerus 
dedit in elemosina monialibus de Sempingham ij. bovatas terre, et 
abbacie de Brunne dimidiam bovatam terre, et fratribus Milicie 
Templi dimidiam bovatam, et ecclesie de Hacuneby et vicariis j. 
bovatam, unde nichil habet in manu sua preter j. toftum wastum 
et j. acram terre et dimidiam. 

HEC EST INQUISICIO FACTA DE NES WAPENTACIO. 

Abbas de Burgo habet in villa de Turleb' servicium unius militis 
et dimidii quod Brianus de la Mara tenet. 

Hervicus Baggot habet in eadem villa et in Brunne et in Bressing- 
burg' et in Karleb' servicium ij. militum quod Baldewinus Wacke 
tenet de honore de Stafford', et Philippus de Wasteneis tenet illud de 
predicto Baldewino. 

Ricardus de Sanford' habet in Brunne et in Turleb' vj. partem 
feodi j us militis quam Galfridus de Brunne tenet. 

Comes Cestrie habet in Wivelestorp feudum j us militis quod 
Baldewinus Wacke tenet, et Thomas films Eustachii et Radulfus 
de Mortuo Mari tenent illud de Baldewino Wacke. 

Abbas de Burgo habet in Estdeping et in Stoue et in Berham 
servicium iij. partis feodi j us militis quod Baldewinus Wacke tenet 
in dominico. 

Idem Baldewinus tenet Westdeping in dominico de baronia. 

Abbas de Croyland habet ex 1 antiquo tempore in elemosina Lange- 
toft et medietatem ville de Bastun, sed non potest inquiri quia 
dominus rex vel antecessores sui nunquam 2 habuerunt inde capitale 
servicium. 

1 ex antiquo tempore interlined in another hand. 

2 nunquam interlined in another hand. 



182 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 7. Willelmus de Aubeny tenet ii. partes ville de Huffigtun' et Talingtun 
—cont e ^ niedietatem ville de Casewic in dominico de baronia in capite 
de domino rege. et nescitur per quod servicium, et inquirendum est 
per quod servicium illud tenet. 

Thomas Alius Eustachius tenet in capite de domino rege feudum 
dimidii militis de baronia de Caches in villa de Stanford et in Casewic. 

Ricardus de Sanford habet in villa de Huffingtun feudum iiij. 
partis j UB militis quam Willelmus filius Rogeri de Huffingtun tenet. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt habet servicium xij. partis j U8 militis in 
Seldigtorp', quam Robertus Autein tenet. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis habet in villa de Karleby servicium j. 
militis quod Ricardus de Cotes tenet. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt habet servicium j us militis in Wyham et in 
Karleby quod Radulfus filius Galfridi de Wyham tenet. 

[Inquirendum 1 est per quod servicium Simon de Drebi tenet de 
Gilberto de Gaunt in Bastun et in Karleby.] 

Gretford' et socka antiquitus tenuit per servicium ij. militum in 
capite de domino rege et Berengerus de Toni qui tenuit illam terram 
in capite de domino rege dedit illam terram abbatisse Wintonie in 
puram elemosinam. 

Willelmus 2 de Rusmara tenuit j. carucatam terre in Obbetorp' in 
capite de domino rege de baronia de Bullingbrog et ille dedit illam 
terram in puram elemosinam priori de Spaudingges. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt habet in villa de Bastun et de Karlebi servicium 
dimidii militis quod Simon de Drieb' tenet. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt habet in Obbetorp' et Toft' feudum dimidii 
militis quod Walterus de Braitof tenet. 

BELTESLAU. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt tenet Edenham et socam in dominico de baronia 
sua. 

Robertus de Tatersale tenuit tres partes feodi j us militis in Toft 
de domino rege que sunt in manu domini regis. 

Idem Robertus habuit in Wyham feudum j us militis quod Radulfus 
filius Galfridi de Wyham tenet. 

Idem Robertus habet 3 in Scotlantorp' feudum j. militis quod 
Robertus de AmundevuT tenet. 

Idem Robertus habuit in Grimestorp' feodum xv me partis j. 
militis quod Hugo de NevilP grassus tenet. 

Robertus Marmiun habet in Kyseby de feodo Roberti de Tatersale 
feodum j. militis quod Radulfus de Kyseb' tenet. 

Baldewinus Wacke habet in Wyham servicium quarte partis j. 
militis quod Radulfus de Briencurt tenet. 

Abbas de Burg' tenet in Karlebi et in Bihamel feoda ij. militum 
que Baldewinus Wacke tenet. 

Baldewinus Wacke habet in Cretun feodum j. militis quod Willelmus 
de Colevill' tenet. 

Comes de Alba Mara tenet HelewelT in dominico de baronia sua. 

1 Inquirendum .... Karleby cancelled. < 

Willelmus de Rusmara interlined over Comitissa Luce which is cancelled. 
3 Read habuit. 






LINCOLN. 183 



S. ij. 7. Idem comes habet in Biham et in socka feodum dimidii militis 

. 503-5< 

— cont. 



• 503561 quod Willelmus de Colevill' tenet 



Episcopus Lincolniensis habet in Loupingtorp' feodum x me partis 
j us militis quam Elyas de Ringesdun tenet. 

Comes David habet in Wime feudum dimidii militis quod Johannes 
de Sproxtun tenet. 

Idem comes habet in Nortwime feodum j. militis unde Willelmus 
Grimbaud tenet dimidiam partem et Arnaldus de Bosco tenet alteram 
partem illius militis. 

Archiepiscopus Eboracensis habet feodum j. militis in Estona 
quod Thomas Palefrei tenet. 

Idem habet in Skilintun et Wlfthorp feodum dimidii militis quod 
Walterus de Scurei tenet. 

Idem habet in Lopinthorp et in Wime et in Wlfesthor feodum 
dimidii militis quod Jordanus de la Lande tenet. 

Ricardus de Sanford' habet in Bolebi feodum dimidii militis quod 
Adam de Sancto Laudo tenet. 

Idem tenet feudum dimidii militis in Stiandeby quod Hugo de 
Verli tenet. 

Idem tenet in Wime et Thisteltun et in Cretun feudum j. militis 
quod Willelmus de RouuelF tenet. 

Idem habet feudum dimidii militis in Eylestorp' quod Suspirus 
de Baius tenet. 

Leonia de Reimes tenet in Gunneby in capite de domino rege v. 
carucatas terre, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis tenet in Coreby et in Birtun et in Billeffeld 
feuda ij. militum que Gilbertus Pecche et Ascelina de WaltervilT 
et Matildis de Diva tenent. 

Oliverus de Ainecurt habet in Swafeld' et in Swinamstede tenet 
terciam partem j. militis quam Hervicus de Arecy tenet. 

Gerardus de KanvilT tenet vj. bovatas terre in Westby quas 
Emma de la Cernellie tenet de eo de warda de Richemund. 

Henricus de Clintun tenet in Westby feudum xix. partis j lls 
militis quam Osbertus Alius Nigelli tenet. 

Hervicus Baggot tenet in Torp' feudum j. militis quod Willelmus 
Grimbaud tenet. 

Mauricius de Gaunt tenet Yrnam in dominico de baronia sua. 

Abbas de Burgo tenet in Aggoteb' feuda ij. militum j. quarterio 
minus que Willelmus de Sancto Medardo et Alicia mater eius 
tenent. 

Petrus filius Hereberti tenet in Lavintun feodum j. militis quod 
Hugo filius Radulfi tenet. 

Oliverus de Wauus tenet 1 in Scillingtun quartam partem j. militis 
quam Osbertus de Boby tenet. 

Henricus de Clintun' tenet in Handebec feudum x me partis j us 
militis quam Osbertus filius Nigelli tenet. 

Oliverus de Waus in Suttorp' sextam partem feudi j. militis quam 
Willelmus de Huntingfeld' tenet. 

Henricus de Clintun tenet in Scillingtun xxv. partem j us militis 
quam Osbertus filius Nigelli tenet. 

1 tenet repeated. 



184 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 7. Wido de Croun 1 dedit Templariis in puram elemosinam in villa de 
.503-se 1 

— cont. 



1 Kyseb' feudum dimidii militis 



HOC EST VEREDICTUM DE TREHOU WAPENTACIO. 

In Wivelesford' de feodo et dominio Baldewini Wac sunt ix. carucate 
terre quas habent abbas et conventus de Bee in elemosinam de dono 
antecessorum ipsius Baldewini. In eadem villa habet Petrus Malet 
feodum dimidii militis de honore de Eia. 

In Hundington' de feodo comitis Cestrie vij. carucate terre et 
iiij. bovate quas illi de Stikeswald' habent de dono antecessorum 
comitis. In eadem villa sunt iiij. carucate et iiij. bovate de feodo 
Gilberti de Gant, unde Henricus de Armenters tenet xij. bovatas 
pro quarta parte feodi j us militis, et Alexander de Crevequer 
iij. carucatas per servicium dimidii militis. 

In Barkston habet Osbernus de Ingoudebi vicesimam quintam 
partem feodi militis de feodo de Clinton. 

In Sithestan habet Michael Belet feodum j us militis de Wichard 
Leidet de Rokingham. 

In Belton' habet abbas de Eboraco iiij. carucatas terre et iiij. bovatas 
in puram elemosinam de dono antecessorum Oliveri Deincort. In 
eadem villa idem abbas habet ij. carucatas et iiij. bovatas de dono 
antecessorum Osberni de Ingoudebi in puram elemosinam. 

In Tuthorp et Guneuordebi de feodo de Crun habet Gerardus de 
Huwel feodum j ua militis. 

In Heidure Robertus de Picwrth habet iij. carucatas terre de 
cunstabularia Lincolnie per servicium dimidii militis. 2 In eadem villa 
habet Henricus de Longo Campo v. carucatas terre per servicium 
j. militis 3 de feodo de Gant. In eadem villa iiij . carucate terre quas 
Walterus de Rudestein habet de feodo de Crun per servicium j UB 
militis. 

In Wellebi Robertus Rok habet feodum j us militis et dimidii 
de feodo de Creona. In eadem villa xxv tam partem feodi j us 
militis habet Osbernus de Ingaudebi de feodo de Clinton. 

In Sumerdebi habent heredes Thome de Sumerdebi feodum j us 
militis de feodo Oliveri Deincort. 

In Bobi Osbernus habet v. carucatas de feodo de Gant per ser- 
vicium j. militis. 

In eadem villa habet Adam de Torp x. partem feodi j us militis 
de feodo de Creona. 

In Roppele habet Robertus de Roppesle feodum j us militis de 
feodo Wnlelmi de Aubeneia. 

In Breicebi habet Ascilla quartam partem feodi j us militis de 
feodo episcopi de Duram. 

In Lundeltorp et Mannetorp habet Osbernus de Ingaudebi xxv. 
partem feodi j us militis de feodo de Clinton'. 

In Herierebi Osbernus de Ingaudebi habet carucatam terre de feodo 
de Richemund, sed nescitur per quod servicium. 

1 de Croun repeated. K 

5 per servicium dimidii militis substituted for nescimus quo servicio. 

3 per servicium dimidii militis substituted for obliterated words. 



LINCOLN. 185 



S. ij. 7. De soka de Graham habet comes de War' in wapentacio de Treou 
. 503-5r 
— cont. 



1 lij. carucatas et vj. bovatas de 1 do no domini regis. 



HOC EST VEREDICTITM DE WINEIREBRIG . 

Comes de War' habet in Graham et in soka lxxj. carucatas de 2 do no 
domini regis nescimus quo servicio. 

In Guneuordebi Paulinus et Radulfus filii Roberti habent feodum 
j u s militis de feodo Oliveri de Eincort. Robertus Coffin in eadem 
villa habet j. carucatam et iij. bovatas de feodo de Duram ; nescimus 
quo servicio. In eadem villa habet Gerardus de Huwell' 1. partem 
feodi j us militis de feodo de Clinton'. 

Villa 3 de Neubo, quam abbas de Neubo tenet, solebat facere ser- 
vicium dimidii militis de honore de Eya, que nunc est in pura 
elemosina de dono Ricardi Malebisse. 

In Aligton' Willelmus de Beuver' habet tres partes de dimidio 
milite de feodo de Aubemar'. In eadem villa Willelmus Burdet 
et Thomas de Oili habent vj. carucatas terre per feodum j us militis 
de honore de Eya. 

Dux de Luvein tenet Seggebrog' de honore de Eya unde Reginaldus 
de Wou reddit per annum xiiij.l. 

Walterus films Rouland tenet feudum j us militis in Berghebi de 
honore de Eya. 

In Caskintorp Amalricus habet terciam partem feodi j us militis 
de feodo comitis Cestrie. In eadem villa Hugo de Caskingtorp et 
in Heriherebi habet feodum j us militis de feodo de Creona. 

In eadem villa Willelmus Alius Roberti habet x. bovatas terre 
de honore de Lancast' per servicium dimidii militis. 

In Steinwath Robertus de Steinwath habet feodum dimidii militis 
de feodo Cestrie. 

In Wlstorp et Wiwel et Huggeton' habet Willelmus de Aubenia 
pertinentes castello suo de Beuver ; nescimus quo servicio. 

In Denton Alanus de Denton habet terciam partem j us militis 
de feodo de Staford'. 

In Stokes Osbernus de Ingaudebi et Lambertus de Oyri habent 
tres carucatas terre de honore Britannie per servicium j. militis. 

Robertus de Ros tenet in Pantona et in alia Pantona et in Strous- 
tuna et in Stokes xiij. carucatas terre de feodo de Aubemar' per 
servicium tercie partis j. militis. 

In Pantona et in alia Pantona et in Gerem' torp tenet Baldewinus 
films Philippi xx. carucatas terre de feodo comitis David' feuda 
ij. militum. 

In Hocton' Ricardus Giffard' tenet feodum j us militis de feodo 
de Creona. 

In Hocton et in Waleton' Willelmus de Diva et Rogerus de 
Croyland' habent octavam partem feodi j us militis de feodo de 
Clinton'. 

1 de dono domini regis substituted in another hand for nescimus quo 
servicio. 

2 de dono domini regis written in another hand over nescimus quo servicio. 

3 This entry is interlined. 



186 A.D. 1212. 



LOVEDUN. 



S. ij- 7. In Ledenham et Fulbec tenet Co nanus filius Briani feodum dimidii 
II, _^^ 61 militis de honore Richemundie. 

In eisdem villis tenet Johannes de Bosco feodum dimidii militis 
de eodem honore. 

In eisdem villis tenet Magister Benedictus feodum dimidii militis 
de eodem honore. 

In eisdem villis tenent heredes Radulfi filii Ricardi feodum dimidii 
militis de eodem honore. 

Heredes Roberti filii Willelmi tenent in eadem villa feodum dimidii 
militis de eodem honore. 

Osbertus filius Nigelli tenet in eadem villa feodum dimidii militis 
de eodem honore. 

Terra Eustacii de Ledenham est in manu domini regis, scilicet 
quarta pars feodi j. militis de eodem honore ; saisita est in manu 
domini regis per Petrum de Leonibus. 

Eustacius de Vesci tenet Catthorp et sokam in capite de domino 
rege in dominico de baronia sua. 

Abbas de Chelesburg' tenet Hacke et socam de honore Richemundie 
quas Alanus comes Britannie dedit Willelmo filio Hamonis pro 
servicio suo et Willelmus filius Hamonis dedit canonicis de Sancto 
Hillario in puram elemosinam. 

Comes de Warend' habet villam de Karleton quam domina Dionisia 
de Pusaz tenet de eo ; set non potest inquiri per quod servicium. 

Robertus Camerarius tenet in Merstuna vj. carucatas terre cum 
pertinenciis per servicium j us militis in capite de domino rege. 

Ricardus de Sanford' habet in eadem villa ij. partes j us militis 
quas Radulfus de Gousel tenet de eo. 

Gerardus de KanvilP habet in eadem villa et in Dodintun servicium 
dimidii militis quod Jordanus de Eisebi tenet. 

Canonici de Haver holm tenent in Merstun vj. bovatas terre in 
elemosinam de dono Roberti Camerarii. Et idem Robertus facit 
servicium xij. partis j us militis heredibus Mauricii de Creona. 

Lambertus de Boiseto tenet in Hauham xix. carucatas terre per 
servicium ij. militum de episcopatu Lincolniensi. 

Robertus de Karuesale tenet in eadem villa iiij. carucatas terre 
de Gerardo de KanvuT unde v. carucate faciunt servicium j us 
militis. 

In Thorp tenent Richerus de Bilingburg' et Ada de Bukeminister 
vj. bovatas terre per servicium j. militis de Gerardo de KanvilT. 

Canonici de Kima tenent in Thorp et in Dodintun vj. bovatas 
terre de elemosina de dono Philippi de Kima que sunt 1 de feodo 
comitis Cestrie. 

Walter us de Laudo tenet v. bovatas terre in Stubetun de feodo 
Thome de Arcy per servicium xij. partis j us militis. 

Robertus filius Willelmi tenet feodum dimidii militis in Cleypol 
de feodo Normanni de Arci. 

Galf ridus de Claipol tenet de baronia Dodonis Bardolf ' et facit 
servicium dimidii militis. 



1 Sunt repeated. 



LINCOLN. 187 



S. ij. 7. Robertus de Periis 1 tenet tres carucatas terre in Cleipol de feodo 
—clnt* 1 com itis Cestrie, set inquiri non potest per quod servicium. 

Comes Cestrie habet in Benigtun et Fotstun terram que fuit 
Willelmi de Fugeres, totam scilicet preter servicium Ricardi de 
Scaudeford' quod de honore Richmund'. 

Ricardus de Sanford' tenet in Beningtun iij. carucatas terre unde 
facit servicium iiij. partis j us militis domino regi. 

De eodem honore tenent fratres hospitalis Lincolnie xj. bovatas 
terre unde faciunt servicium iiij. partis j. militis. 

Gilbertus Cusin tenet in Fotstun xj. bovatas terre de feodo Willelmi 
Strubi, sed non potest inquiri per quod servicium. 

Johannes de Orrebi tenet in Fentun de feodo Gilberti de Gant, 
unde facit servicium tercie partis j us militis. 

Galfridus de Cleipol tenet in Fentun feodum iiij. partis j us militis 
de feodo Gilberti de Gant. 

Radulfus de Bruera tenet de eodem feodo Bekingham et Suttun 
feodum iij. partis j us militis de feodo Gilberti de Gant. 

Magister Albertus inginiator habet in Bekingham et Fentun iiij. 
partem j us militis de feodo Gilberti de Gant de escaeto domini 
regis. 

Idem Albertus tenet in Torp' de feodo Gilberti de Gaunt feodum 
dimidii militis de escaeto de dono domini regis. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt habet feudum j. militis in Tragertorp quod 
sanctimoniales de Sempingham tenent in puram elemosinam. 

Gilbertus de Gaunt habet feodum j us militis quod Elyas de 
Brandun et Alanus de Hilderuuell' et Arnaldus de Brandun tenent. 

Rogerus de Mundegum 2 habet Bructan et sockam in dominico 
suo de honore de Richemund'. 



GRAFHOU. 

Baldewinus Wacke tenet Sceldighou et Suthicham in dominico 
suo de baronia sua. 

Idem Baldewinus habet in Northicham ij. partes feodi j. militis 
quas monachii de Evermu tenent in libera elemosina ante 
conquestum. 

Abbas de Westmonasterio tenet Dodigtun et Torp in libera 
elemosina ante conquestum, et Willelmus Piccot tenet illam terram 
de eodem abbate pro xij.l. per annum. 

Dominus Henricus Reg' 3 dedit fratribus milicie Templi Eycle et 
sockam in libera elemosina de dono suo, et solebat reddere antiquitus 
xj.l. per annum. 

Baldewinus Wacke habet in Hadingtun et in Wisceby feodum j. 
militis quod Willelmus de Wasperee tenet. 

Episcopus Lincolniensis habet in villa de Turleb' terciam partem 
j. militis, et Hugo de Sancto Vedasto tenet illam terram de Waltero 
de Clifford. 

Eustachius de Vesci habet feudum j. militis in eadem villa quod 
Robertus de BluckevuT tenet. 

1 The word seems to be written P'us. Read Praeriis. 

2 The word is not clear. Read Munbegun. 3 Read Rex. 



188 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 7. Comes David habet in Nortun et in Stapelford' feodum ii. militum 

. 503-5* ' 
— cont 



1 quod Adam de Yseny tenet 



Comes de Alba Mara habet in Carletun feodum j. militis quod 
Ely as de Amundevih" tenet. 

Idem comes habet feudum j. militis in Basingham quod Robertus 
de Basingham tenet. 

Willelmus de Aubenny habet in Auburg' 1 et in Hadingtun feodum 
j. militis quod Willelmus de ColevuT et Odinellus de Aubenni et 
Walterus de Prestun et Willelmus filius Aluured' de Hadingtun 
tenent. 

BOBI. 

Dux de Luvein tenet in Welleburn reditum viij.m. in capite de 
domino rege sed non potest 2 per quod servicium. 

Hugo de Buluin tenet de feodo eiusdem ducis dimidiam mar cam. 

Custodia filie Baldewini 'de Ver val quam custodit Ricardus de 
Sanford'. Tenet in eadem villa vij. carucatas terre in capite de 
domino rege. Liberi homines eiusdem Ricardi tenent reditum in 
eadem villa xxxj.s. obolo minus. 

Ricardus de Sanford' habet in villa de Bobi feodum dimidii militis 
quod Gilbertus de Huwell' tenet. 

Willelmus de Lande habet in villa de Colebi xiij. libra tas et xv. 
solidatas terre de dono domini regis de escaeta. 

Comes David habet in villa de Colebi feodum dimidii militis quod 
Johannes de Merlei tenet. 

Comes Cestrie habet in villa de Hermedestun ix. carucatas terre 
et j. bovatam terre quas Rogerus de Monte Altho tenet de eo per 
senescalciam ospicii sui. 

Robertus de Mortuo Mari habet in Hermedestun feodum dimidii 
militis quod Robertus filius Rogeri tenet. 

Comes Cestrie tenet medietatem ville de Wadintun quam comitissa 
mater eius tenet in dote. 

Idem comes habet in eadem villa feodum dimidii militis quod 
Robertus Bardolf tenet. 



INQUISICIO FACTA IN WESTRIHINC DE TENEMENTIS QUE TEN EN - 
TUB DE DOMINO REGE IN CAPITE VEL SOLENT TENERI DE 
ANTECESSORIBUS SUIS RE GIB US ANGLIE. 

In baronia de Creuker que est in manu domini regis habetur feudum 
xv. militum ad servicium domini regis. 

In dominico baronie de Creuker habetur feudum j. militis in villa 
de Radburn. 

Gerardus de CamvhT tenet de baronia ilia feudum ij. militum in 
Ounebi et in Wiflincham de antiquo tempore. 3 

Simon de Kim' tenet inde feudum j. militis in Kotes et in Incham 
de antiquo tempore. 3 

Walterus de Ver tenet feudum j. militis in Botesford et in Askebi 
de antiquo tempore. 3 

Ricardus Wazelin tenet terciam partem j. militis in Radburn. 

1 Read Auburn. 2 After potest, II. 546 adds inquiri. 

3 De antiquo tempore is only written after the first of these three entries 
and is made to refer to the following pair by lines drawn to them. 



LINCOLN. 189 



S. ij. 7. Willelmus Benait tenebat feuda iij. militum in Wadincham et 

.503-5r 
— cont. 



Bliburg' et Scallebi et in Strettun qui mortuus est et terra in manu 



domini regis. 

Galfridus de Nevill tenet feudum dimidii militis in Harpeswell' 
de dono Cecilie de Creuk'. 

Hugo de Chenai tenet feudum dimidii militis in Haketorn de 
dono Cecilie in maritagio cum uxore sua. Idem Hugo tenet in 
Radburn de dominico baronie lx. acras terre ex una parte ville et 
xxxiij. acras terre et dimidiam ex alia parte ville de dono Cecilie 
et 1. s. de redditu asiso in eadem villa cum uxore sua in maritagio. 

Alexander de Creuk' tenet feudum dimidii militis in Haketorn 
et in Haneworh per concordiam factam ■ inter ipsum et Ceciliam 
de Creuk' pro clamio quod ipse posuit in tota baronia. 

Petrus de Bekerinc tenet j. bovatam et j. toftum in Haketorn pro 
j. libra cimini de dono ipsius Cecilie faciendo forinsecum servicium 
quantum pertinet ad tantam terram. 

Templarii tenent in Haketorn dimidiam bovatam terre et j. toftum 
in pura elemosina de dono predicte Cecilie. 

Sanctimoniales de Bulinctun tenent in Haketorn xl. acras terre 
ex j. parte ville et xl. acras ex alia parte tarn in prato quam in terra 
in pura elemosina ex dono Reginaldi de Creuk'. 

Heedem 1 sanctimoniales tenent ibidem iiij. acras terre arabilis ex 
una parte ville ex dono Walteri de Nevill'. 

Heedem 1 sanctimoniales tenent in villa de Radburn in pura ele- 
mosina c. acras terre et j. toftum de quibus Reginaldus de Creuk' 
dedit quater xx t! acras et Walterus de Nevill' xl. acras. 

Prior de Tornholm tenet in eadem villa xviij. acras terre in pura 
elemosina ex dono Cecilie predicte. 

Gilbertus Alius Gocelin dedit in suo tempore ecclesie Marie 
Lincolniensis sex bovatas terre in pura elemosina. 

Reginaldus de Creuk' dedit abbati de Selebi ecclesiam de Radburn 
in pura elemosina et vj. bovatas terre in eadem villa. 

Abas de Kirkested tenet iij. carucatas in Scamtun et in Torp in 
pura elemosina de dono Walteri de Gant. 

Idem abas tenet ibidem ij. carucatas terre de priore de Norewice 
et reddit inde per annum x.l. 

Templarii tenent ibidem j. carucatam in pura elemosina de dono 
Walteri de Gant. 

Norman Darci tenet de dominico 2 rege in capite feudum iiij or 
militum et dimidii et quartam partem feudi j. militis unde Herwicus 
Darci tenet de eo feudum iiij. militum et Radulfus Hurtquarter 
feudum dimidii militis et Otuer de Insula et Rogerus Pinzun quartam 
partem j. militis. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Phephelbi feudum ij . militum et in Cunincbi 
feudum ij. militum et in Derbi et in Haidbi feudum j. militis et in 
Wintrinctun quartam partem feudi j. militis. Rogerus de Laci 
qui mortuus est tenuit Ala de eo per idem servicium. 

In soka de Haltun quam Rogerus de Lasce tenuit de comite Cestrie 
habentur xxxiiij or carucate terre et ij. bovate et dimidia. sed non 
potest inquiri per quod servicium, et est in manu domini regis. 

1 Read Eedem. 2 Read domino. 



190 A.D. 1212. 



s. ij. 7. Comes Cestrie tenet in Bliburg' feudum j. militis de domino 
—cont. re » e - Hugo de Cauz tenet illud per idem servicium. 

Comes Cestrie tenet in Halcbarge x. carucatas terre de domino 
rege in capite ; sed non potest inquiri per quod servicium. 

Idem comes tenet in Normanbi feudum j. militis de domino rege 
de baronia de Rumar' unde Roais que fuit uxor Roberti de Tatershale 
tenet medietatem feudi j. militis. 

Sanctimoniales de Goukewell' tenent j. bovatam et dimidiam in 
Normanb' in pura elemosina de dono Willelmi de Rumar'. Et 
prior de Spaldinc tenet dimidiam bovatam de eodem feudo de dono 
Lucie comitisse. 

Gilbertus de Gant tenet feudum iij. militum in Wintrincham quod 
feudum Robertus Marmium tenet de eo. 

Idem Gilbertus tenet in Risbi feudum j. militis ; Walterus de 
Folkenberg tenet illud de eo. 

Idem Gilbertus tenet feudum j. militis in Wullincham ; Robertus 
Marmiun tenet illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Johannes Malherbe tenet j. hundredum in Appelbi et soka pro 
feudo j. militis de onore Peverell' de Dovre. 

Otuer de Insula tenet feudum j. militis in Saleclif de domino rege 
in capite de onore Peverel de Dovre. 

Moricius de Gant tenet de domino rege in Rokesbi feudum j. militis ; 
Willelmus de Scotenei et Thomas de Scotenei tenent illud. 

In Bergtun et soca habetur feudum j. militis de feudo Folkonis 
Painel ; Ada Painel tenet illud et debet tenere de heredibus Willelmi 
Painel. 

Robertus de Tatesale tenet feudum j. militis in Saxeb' de domino 
rege. Jordan Foliot tenet illud. 

Henricus de la Mara tenet feudum iij. militum in Lactun et Santun 
de domino rege de onore de Crun. Ingelram filius Simonis tenet 
illud de eo. 

Simon de Chanci tenet in Wightun 1 iij. carucatas terre per ser- 
vicium dimidii militis, et Templarii tenent xiiij or bovatas et totum 
dominicum quod fuit antecessoribus suis. Hanc terrain tenent 
predicti Templarii ex dono Simonis de Chanci patris 2 predicti 
Simonis que nunc est in puram elemosinam. Preterea predicti 
Templarii habent medietatem ecclesie ejusdem ville que solet esse 
in donacione antecessorum suorum. 

Willelmus filius Roberti qui mortuus est tenuit de domino rege 
in capite per seriantiam ix. bovatas terre in Glentwurth, per serian- 
tiam tali modo quod debet esse coram domino rege et coram 
justiciariis cum in partes illas venerint. Thomas filius Walteri 
tenet medietatem predicte terre de eo per servicium ij.s. per annum. 

Radulfus de Berevill' tenet j. carucatam terre et j. bovatam in 
Sniterbi de domino rege in capite per alblastariam, et iij. bovatas 
et dimidiam in Figlincham, et iij. bovatas in Radburn. Herbertus 
de Nevill' tenet de eo. 

Rogerus de Laci qui mortuus est tenebat feudum j. militis in Frisebi 
et in Haketorn de domino rege in capite. Jordan Foliot tenet 
illud de eo. 

x i.e. Willoughton in Aslacoe wapentake. 2 patris is repeated. 



LINCOLN. 191 



S. ij. 7. Idem Rogerus tenuit quartam partem feudi j. militis in Nortorp 
n '— c lnt 61 &e domino rege. Radulfus Bardolf tenet illud de eo. 

Idem Rogerus tenuit quartam partem feudi j. militis in Claham. 
Ricardus de Prestun tenet illud de eo. 

Idem Rogerus tenuit in Dunham quartam partem feudi j. militis. 
Juhel de Aula tenet illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Radulfus de Strehantun tenet feudum ij. militum in Lee et in 
Hepham et in Burtun et in Sumerteb' et in Uptun de domino rege 
in capite de onore Britanie. Monachi de Revesbi tenent inde 
dimidiam carucatam terre in Sumerterbi. 

Et Templarii tenent in Uptun dimidiam carucatam, et Ospitelarii 
tenent in Lee j. bovatam, et monachi de Spaldinc iij. acras in puram 
elemosinam ex dono Rogeri de Trehantun, avi predicti Radulfi, qui 
nunc est. 

Comes Cestrie tenet de domino rege in capite feudum ij. militum 
in Tunstal. Hugo de Cauz tenet illud de eo. 

Idem comes tenet in Scottun feudum j. militis de domino rege. 
Walterus de Ver tenet illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Idem comes tenet in Hibaldstou feudum j. militis. Cecilia de 
Creuk' que mortua est tenuit illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Idem comes tenet in Gamelstorp feudum dimidii militis. Rogerus 
de Sancto Martino tenet illud. 

Idem comes tenet in Wadincham feudum dimidii militis. Hugo 
de Cauz tenet illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Willelmus de Albenai tenet in Graincham feudum dimidii militis 
de domino rege in capite. Hanc terram habet ex parte uxoris sue 
de her edit ate sua. 

Idem Willelmus tenet feudum j. militis in Corincham et in Branzceb' * 
Henricus de Ba tenet illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Hugo Paynel tenet feudum j. militis de domino rege in capite 
in Scallebi. Walterus filius Otonis tenet illud de eo. 

Idem Hugo tenet v. bovatas in Glentwurh de domino rege. 
Willelmus de Welle tenet illud pro sexta parte j. militis. 

Domina Ellaria Trussebut tenet in Messincham feudum dimidii 
militis. Walterus de Veer tenet illud de eo 2 per idem servicium. 

Abas de Burg tenet de domino rege in capite in Scoter et in 
Scaltorp xj. carucatas terre in dominico et in Walekote vj. carucatas 
et vj. bovatas et in Normanbi j. carucatam et in Fiskertun et in soka 
xij. carucatas et ij. bovatas in pura elemosina, set non potest inquiri 
per quod servicium. 

Idem abas tenet de domino rege feudum j. militis in Hibaldstou. 
Robertus Faluuel et Ricardus Besel tenent illud. 

Idem abas tenet in Holm et in Ragnildtorp et in Askebi feudum 
j. militis. Robertus de Nevill' tenet illud de eo. 

Idem abas tenet in Malmetun duas partes tercie partis j. militis. 
Robertus de Nevill' tenet illud de eo. 

Idem abas tenet in Messincham feudum j. militis de domino rege. 
Fober de Dovre tenuit illud de eo. 

Idem abas tenet in Hioltorp quintam partem j. militis. Robertus 
de Harebi tenet illud de eo. 

1 II. 552 leaves a blank, 2 Bead ea. 



192 A.D. 1212. 



s -^i- J- Idem abas tenet in Scottun feudum j. militis et terciam partem 
—cont. f eu(n * J- militis. Robertus de Nevill tenet illud de eo. 

Idem abas tenet in Claham feudum dimidii militis. Robertus de 
Melletun tenet illud de eo. 

Abas Eboraci tenet in Wintrinctun j. carucatam terre et iij. bovatas 
set non potest inquiri per quod servicium. 

Idem abas tenet in Hiadeltorp j. carucatam terre set non potest 
inquiri per quod servicium. 

Comes de Ferers tenet in Witen xij. carucatas terre de domino 
rege. Walterus de Falkenberg tenet illud de eo. 

[Eight cancelled lines, relating to fees of Munbray, omitted here. See 
below. ] 

Comes de Almar tenet in Normanbi x. carucatas terre pro quarta 
parte feudi j. militis. Cecilia de Creuker tenebat illas de comite 
per idem servicium. 

Idem comes tenet in HameswelT et Haketorn feudum dimidii 
militis. Cecilia de Creuker tenebat illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Gerardus de Camvill' tenet de domino rege in capite in Scotstern 
et in Risun feudum ij. militum. Robertus Bardolf tenet illud de 
eo per idem servicium. 

Idem Gerardus tenet de domino rege in Faldincwurh' et Sprid- 
linctun et in Scallebi feudum ij. militum. Simon de Kim' tenet 
illud de eo per idem servicium. 

Idem Gerardus tenet de domino rege feudum j. militis in Engelbi. 
Willelmus filius Jollani tenet illud per idem servicium. 

Idem Gerardus tenet de domino rege feudum j. militis et quartam 
partem feudi j. militis in Figlincham, unde Dun Bardolf qui mortuus 
est tenuit feudum j. militis de eo et Willelmus filius Winoc quartern 1 
partem feudi j. militis per idem servicium. 

Idem Gerardus tenet in Kestesbi feudum j. militis set iij. bovate 
et dimidia deficiunt. Thomas Olifard tenet illud de eo per idem 
servicium. 

Idem Gerardus tenet vj. bovatas in Repham de domino rege pro 
decima parte feudi j. militis. Ricardus Pinzun et Robertus Sire tenent 
illud per idem servicium. 

Idem Gerardus tenet in Sudbroc de domino rege vij. bovatas pro 
quinta parte feudi militis. Humfridus de Sudbroc tenet illud de eo 
per idem servicium. 

Idem Gerardus tenet de domino rege feudum j. militis in 
Kamerincham et in Brotelbi. Idem Gerardus habet illud in 
dominico. 

Abas de Barlinc tenet in pura elemosina ij. carucatas et j. bovatam 
in Barlinc ex dono Ricardi del Hai qui fuit predecessor domine 
Nicollae uxoris Gerardi predicti. 

Willelmus de Munbray tenet in comitatu Lincolnie feodum iiij. mili- 
tum et dimidii, et inde tenet Eustacius de Vescy in Gainesburg feodum 
ij. militum et Henricus filius Geroldi tenet illud feodum ij. militum 
in garda cum heredibus Simonis de Toleby ; et Rogerus de Sancto 
Martino tenet de predicto feodo iiij. militum et dimidii feodum j. 
militis in Bliburg' et in Yoltorp', et Samson Takel tenet de predicto 

1 Read quartam. 



LINCOLN. 193 

S- ij. 7. feodo [iiij or militum 1 ] et dimidii feodum j. militis in Yoltorp. Et 

561— corit P e ^ rus de Brus tenet de predicto feodo iiij. militum [et dimidii feodum] 

dimidii militis in Scalleby, et Ricardus Wascelin et Engeramus filius 

Simonis et Walterus filius [Otonis] tenent illud feodum dimidii militis 

de predicto Petro. 

Idem Willelmus de Munbray tenet in Insula xlviij. carucatas 
terre de domino rege in capite et hee sunt elemosine date de illo 
feodo : — 

Abbas de Seleby tenet xiij. carucatas terre et dimidiam in 

Carul. 
Abbas Eboraci j. carucatam in Wrot. Templarii tenent unam 

carucatam et dimidiam. 
Ecclesia de Haxei j. carucatam terre, canonici de Novo Loco j. 
carucatam in Haxei ; abbatia 2 Sancti Nicolai de Angers j. 
bovatam, ecclesia de Appewrd' iij. bovatas, canonici deWelle- 
ford iij. carucatas. 

ELLOU WAPPENTACIUM. 

Tid et Suttun' et Flet sunt de feodo de Lancastre. 

Fulco de Oyri tenet in Gedenay et Holebech et Quappelade xiiij. 
carucatas terre de comite Aubemarlie quas ipse comes tenet de domino 
rege per servicium militis, unde xlviij. carucate terre faciunt feodum 
j us militis. 

Conanus filius Helie tenet in Holebech et Quappelade feodum 
j u * militis de Willelmo de MandevilT ut audivimus dici per dominum 
regem quod solebat tenere de comite Britannie. 

Baldricus le Angevin tenet feodum j U8 militis in Holebech et 
Quappelade de barunia Mauricii de Crun. 

Thomas de Muletun tenet iij. partes j ua militis in Westun' et Suttun 
de feodo de Crun. 

Walterus de Pincebec tenet in Pincebec feodum j us militis de 
baronia de Crun. 

Prior Spalding' habet in Suttun duas carucatas et ij. bovatas terre 
de feudo Lucie comitisse. 

Idem prior habet in Spauding' viij. carucatas terre et v. bovatas. 

Abas Andegavie habet in eadem villa xj. bovatas terre. 

Item prior Spaldingie habet in West' et in Muletun x. carucatas 
terre de quibus Tomas de Muletun tenet vj. de eo. 

Idem prior tenet in Pincebec viij. carucatas et dimidiam de quibus 
Tomas de Muleton tenet j. de eo. 

Item abas Andegavie habet in eadem villa vij. bovatas et dimidiam 
terre de feodo Mauricii de Crun. Omnes carucatas prenominatas 
tenet prior Spaldingie de do no Lucie comitisse. 

Abas Croilandie habet in Holebec et in Quapelade iij. carucatas 
terre et vj. bovatas, et nesscimus de quo do no propter antiquam 
possessionem. 

Idem abas habet in Spauding et in Pine' 3 ij. carucatas et dimidiam 
de do no Lucie comitisse. 



1 Words in square brackets supplied from II. 554. 

2 The words abbatia . . . carucatas are not transcribed in II. 554. 
They can only be read with difficulty in S. ij. 7. 

3 i.e. Pinchbeck. 

Wt. 3705. b 13 



194 A.D. 1212. 



KIRKETTJN WAPPENTACITTM. 



S. ij. 7. Villa de Swenehyved quam Robertus de Grellay tenet est de honore 
561-^. de Lancastr'. 

In Wiberton Joce Maureward tenet feodum j ua militis de barunia 
de Crun. 

Conanus de Kirket' tenet in Kirket' quartam partem feodi j us 
militis de barunia de Crun. 

Lambertus filius Warini tenet in Kirket' quartam partem feodi 
j us militis de barunia Richemunt'. 

Radulfus filius Stephani tenet in Stevaning feodum dimidii militis 
et in Schirebec xj am partem feodi j us militis et in Wibertun xiiij am 
partem feodi j U9 militis de honore de Richemunt. 

Walerand de Rocheford tenet in Schirebec xj am partem feodi 
j us militis de eodem honore. 

Thomas de Huntingefeld tenet in villa de Biker quartam partem 
feodi j us militis de baronia de Crun. 

Robertus de Curcun tenet in Kirketon et in Framtun iij am 
partem feodi j us militis de honore de Richemunt'. 

Gilebertus filius Alani tenet in Framtun viij am partem feodi j us 
militis de eodem honore. 

Hugo de Wiketoft tenet in Wiketoft et alibi feoda ijorum militum 
de barunia de Richemunt. 

Alexander de Hiptoft tenet in Algarekirke quartam partem feodi 
j U8 militis de honore de Richem'. 

Brianus filius Alani tenet in Biker feodum j us militis de eodem 
honore. , 

Robertus de Roppelye tenet in Frantun' et Wikes terram scilicet 
xiij. carucatas terre que fuerunt comitisse Margar' Britannie, reddendo 
domino regi per annum xviij.s. et vij.d. et ob. de socagio. 

Philippus de Rye tenet in Gosberkirke j. carrucatam terre pro 
xxij a parte feodi j us militis de honore Richemunt'. 

Idem tenet in Surflet et Gosberchirche et Quadhavering et Duningt' 
feoda ijorum militum de episcopatu Lincolniensi. 

Walterus de Brait' tenet in Surflet xxx. bovatas de terra que fuit 
[Helie 1 de dono] Regis Ricardi et de confirmacione domini Regis 
Johannis reddendo per annum domino regi [xl.s. pro omni ser- 
vicio]. 

In socagio comitis Britannie in Hoyland sunt lxv. carucate terre 
unde quelibet reddit domino regi xx.s. et j. carucata terre de eodem 
socagio que reddit x.s. 

Abbas Crilandie habet in Dunigtune et in Fotesdic et in 
Suineshevet iiij. carucatas terre. Iteratur quod domus Croilandie 
tarn diu tenuit quod nescimus ex quo dono. 

IL 657,2 HEC EST INQUISICIO DE SCIREBEC WAPENTACIO. 

Simon le Bret tenet unum feodum militis de comite Britannie in 
Wrangle et in Leke et in Burgo de honore de Richem' qui est in 
manu domini regis. 

Gilbertus de Righesby tricesimam septimam partem unius feodi 
militis de eodem honore in Leverton' et Leke. 

1 Read Helpe. 2 This inquisition is not now on the roll S. i). 7. 



LINCOLN. 195 



II. 557— Gernegaud filius Hugonis tenet de predicto honore j. feodum 
com. m ilitis in Benington' et Leverton' et Leke. 

Oliverus de Vallibus tenet de predicto honore j. quarterium feodi 
militis in Escrahinghe et in Toft. 

Waler' de Rocheford' et Andreas de Edlingt' et Robertus filius 
Stephani tenerit unum quarterium de feodo militis in Scirebec et 
Fenne. 

Andreas de Edlington' quintam partem unius feodi militis in 
Benigton'. 

Thomas de Muleton' unum feodum militis in Schirebec et Francton'. 

Soka in Hoyland' de eodem honore que est in minutis parcellis 
et homines ville Sancti Botulfi qui tenent lxx. carucatas terre excepta 
sexta parte unius bovate terre et quinta parte unius bovate terre 
et xvj. parte j. bovate terre minus, unde reddunt domino regi per 
annum lxxv.l. xiiij.s. iij.d. excepta feria Hoyland' cum pertinenciis 
ad feriam pertinentibus, que est in manu domini regis. 

Abbas Eboraci habet in franca elemosina de eodem honore 
x. bovatas terre in Schirebec et in villa Sancti Botulfi habet in franca 
elemosina unam bovatam terre et sextam partem de dono comitis 
Britannie. 

Lambertus 1 de Roppesle tenet maneria de Wyka et Franctona 
scilicet tres carucatas terre cum pertinenciis de predicto honore 
unde reddit domino regi xviij.s. vij.d. et ob. 

Oliverus de Vallibus tenet de honore de Creun triginta feoda 
militum cum dominico suo per totam Angliam unde Walter us de 
Pincebec tenet unum feodum militis in Scirebec wapentacio. 

Andreas de Edlington' unum feodum militis ibidem. 

Alexander de Pointon' unum quarterium feodi militis ibidem. 

Jacobus de Roch' unum feodum militis ibidem. 

Willelmus de Huntingfeld' tenet tria feoda militum j. quarterio 
minus per comitatum Lincolnie. 

Willelmus de Farcell' quintam partem unius feodi militis. 

Robertus de Fenna viij. partem unius feodi. 

Willelmus Walne xij. partem unius feodi. 

Rogerus filius Alardi xl. partem unius feodi. 

Wido filius Johannis x am partem unius feodi. 

Ricardus de Mari' xx am partem unius feodi. 

S ; s i- 7 STANFORD, 

dorse. 

II. 559. Villata de Stanford 2 quod in villa de Stanford exceptis feudis 
baronum et militum eiusdem ville qui tenent in capite de domino 
rege fuit in dominico domini Regis Henrici, patris domini Regis 
Johannis, qui dedit totam partem illam que erat in dominico suo 
Ricardo de Humez pro humagio et servicio suo ; et dicunt quod 
nessiunt si idem Ricardus faceret aliquod servicium inde domino 
regi nisi quia erat constabularius domini regis. Post mortem Ricardi 
de Humez, Willelmus de Humez heres suus tenuit earn ; mo do habet 
earn dominus Willelmus comes Waren' per voluntatem domini 
Regis Johannis ; predictus Willelmus de Humez dedit de dominico 
illo Henrico de Grei servicium j. masuagii in Staford ij.d. quos 

1 Cf. p. 194. 2 After Stanford, supply dicit. 



196 A.D. 1212. 



s - ij- 7 Stephanus Basset ei reddit et hoc alienatum est. Ricardus de 
n.°559— Humez dedit David filio Swein vij. acras terre quas Alexander filius 
com. eius tenet pro servicio ipsius David, que sunt alienate a dominico, 
set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Stephanus Rex dedit et alienavit de dominico suo de Stanford' 

x. acras terre arabilis et dimidiam, scilicet v. acras hospitali 

leprosorum et ij. acras monialibus de Sancto Micaele et j. acram et 

- dimidiam hospitali de Sancto Sepulcro 1 et ij. acras domui Sancti 

Leonardi in elemosinam. 

In villa de Stanford ultra Pontem versus Norhamtunsir' abbas 
de Burgo Sancti Petri tenet x. libratas terre de domino rege, que 
sexta pars ville de Stamford' ; sed dicunt homines illius tenementi 
se nescire per quod servicium abbas illam terrain tenet, et dicunt 
quod ipse nichil inde dedit vel alienavit. 

Preterea ibidem ultra pontem est quoddam tenementum quod 
est Rogeri de Sumeri quod tenet de domino rege, quod tenementum 
Gervasius de Bernake tenet de eo hereditarie et recipit idem G. 
annuatim de tenentibus illud tenementum v.s. sed dicunt se nescire 
quod servicium idem Rogerus facit domino regi pro illo feodo, et 
dicunt quod nichil inde alienavit. 

In villa de Stanford' Nigellus de Luvetot tenet in capite de domino 
rege j. molendinum cum v. masuagis et monachi de Crokesdene tenent 
ea de eo pro xx.s. per annum, et dicunt se nescire per quod servicium 
Nigellus illud tenementum tenet. 

Bertram de Verdun tenet j. masuagium cum pertinenciis de domino 
rege in villa Stanford' quod Willelmus filius Willelmi tenet de eo, 
et idem Willelmus recipit inde xxj.d. per annum, sed dicunt se nescire 
per quod servicium Bertram tenet de rege nee ipsum quicquam 
alienasse. 

In villa de Stanford' Thomas filius Eustacii tenet de domino rege 
viij. mesuagia cum pertinenciis que reddunt ei per annum, et dicunt 
se nescire per quod servicium 2 tenementum suum de domino rege. 

Comes David tenet de domino rege de honore de Huntedun' in 
villa Stanford j. mesuagium cum pertinenciis quod Achard' de 
Sproxtun tenet de comite David, cum servicio alterius tenementi 
sui quod tenet de comite David. Illud tenementum de Stanford' 
tenet quidam burgensis de Stanford' qui Sanson vocatur de Achard' 
de Sproxtun in libero burgagio, faciendo ei j. dinnarium 3 cum se 
tercio annuatim vel xij.d. 

Willelmus de Lanvale tenet in capite de domino rege in villa 
de Stanford' xiiij. mesuagia in libero burgagio que reddunt ei per 
annum ix.s. j.d. j.q. ; et dicunt se nescire per quod servicium 
Willelmus de Lanvale teneat et dicunt quod nichil inde dedit vel 
alienavit. 

Abbas de Torneie tenet in villa de Stanford' in capite de domino 
rege x. mesuagia que reddunt ei per annum vij.s. ij.d., et dicunt 
se nescire per quod servicium teneat et quod nichil inde alienavit. 



1 II. 559 reads Legero wrongly. 

2 After tenementum II. 560 adds tenet. 

3 II. 560 reads denarium, which is wrong ; dinnarium is an unusual 
form for dignerium dinner. 



LINCOLN. 107 



S. ij. 7. Prior et monachi de Duram' tenent quoddam tenementum in villa 
ll d °559— ^ e Stanford' quod reddit eis per annum xiiij.s. j.d. ; dicunt quod 
cont. tenent illud in libera elemosina de rege in regem per cartas suas 
quas habent. 

Fratres Hospitalis de Gerusalem tenent in villa de Stanford' 
quoddam mesuagium cum pertinenciis unde recipiunt per annum 
xij.s. ; illud tenementum tenuerunt a tempore Regis Henrici senioris 
per donacionem cuiusdem burgensis qui vocabatur Pigotus Lumbard', 
et illud tenuerunt de rege in regem per cartas quas habent. . 

Willelmus comes Waren' dedit et alienavit de dominico de 
Stanford' Templariis j. mesuagium cum pertinenciis et cum Hugone 
ad Aquam possore 1 illius mesuagii, quod solebat reddere per annum 
ij.d. et ob. 

Idem Willelmus comes dedit et alienavit j. culturam v. acrarum 
extra portam orientalem ad sepelienda corpora defunctorum post 
interdictum et ad faciend' ibidem basilicam et domos ad 
recipiendum fratres et pauperes. 

Episcopus 2 Lincolniensis dedit ecclesiam de Lafford' que valet 
per annum xxx.m., et idem Elyas est ultra mare, et saisita est in 
manu domini regis per servientes Briani de Insula. 



CUMBERLAND. 



s - *]• 5 - Karissimis dominis suis baronibus domini regis de scaccario vice- 

TT f*Qfi 

699 De comes Cumberland', salutem et se totum cum devotis obsequiis. 

Testa de Sciatis quod diligenter feci inquiri de feudis et tenementis que tenentur 

Neviir. i n capite de domino rege in Cumberland' secundum tenorem literarum 

domini regis et nomina tenendum et eorum tenementa et servicium 

vobis transmitto. 

Robertus de Vallibus tenet terram suam de domino rege per 
servicium duorum militum quam Rex Henricus, pater domini regis, 
dedit Huberto de Vallibus, antecessori suo, per predictum servicium. 

Ricardus de Lucy tenet Coupland' de domino rege per servicium 
unius militis et ibit ad preceptum domini regis in exercitu Wallie et 
Scocie. Hanc terram dedit Rex Henricus, avus Regis Henrici 
patris domini regis, Willelmo Messchin, antecessori predicti Ricardi, 
per predictum servicium. 

Robertus de Brus tenet Edenhal' de domino rege per servicium 
dimidii militis. Henricus Rex dedit predictam terram Petro de 
Brus, antecessori suo, per predictum servicium. 

Johannes de Reingny tenet Neuton' per serianteriam de domino 
rege et ibit ad preceptum domini regis in exercitu Scocie cum uno 
habbergeto. Henricus rex, avus patris domini regis, dedit predictam 
terram Turstano de Reingny, antecessori predicti Johannis, per 
predictum servicium. 

Henricus et Thomas et Reginaldus tenent Racton' de domino 
rege per serianteriam et custodiunt aeria ancipitum domini regis 

1 Read possessore. 2 This passage is not copied in II. 696. 



198 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 5. in foresta Karleoli. Henricus Rex Anglie, avus Henrici patris 
699 69 De domini re gi s > dedit illam terrain Edwino antecessori predictorum 
Testa de per predictum servicium. 

Neviir — Willelmus filius Ade tenet Hoton' de domino rege per serianteriam 

conL custodie haie domini regis de Plumton'. Henricus Rex Anglie, 

avus Henrici Regis patris domini regis, dedit predictam terram 

Edmundo antecessori predicti Willelmi per predictum servicium. 

Robertus filius Alexandri tenet xx. acras juxta Karleolum de 
dono regis per serianteriam et debet invenire librum ad pannagium 
domini regis et custodire porchos donee apprecientur. 

Ricardus de Lucy et Ricardus Gernun tenent terram que fuit 
Hugonis de Morvill' cum duabus filiis predicti Hugonis de domino 
rege per cornagium, reddendo annuatim x.l. ij.s. x.d. ob. Comes 
Ranulfus quondam dominus Cumberland' dedit predictam terram 
Roberto de Trivers, antecessori predicti Hugonis de Morvill', per 
predictum servicium. Predictus comes dedit predicto Roberto 
custodiam foreste de Cumberland' reddendo inde annuatim x.m. 
Dominus rex habet custodiam predicte foreste in manu sua. 

Alicia de Rumilly tenet terram suam in Alredal' de domino rege 
per cornagium reddendo annuatim de cornagio xv.l. xiij.s. iiij.d. 
Rex Henricus, avus Henrici Regis patris domini regis, dedit predictam 
terram Waldevo filio Gospatric', antecessoris predicte Alicie, per 
predictum servicium. 

Nicholaus de Stutevill' tenet terram suam de domino rege per 
cornagium reddendo annuatim de cornagio lvj.s. Comes Ranulfus 
Cestrie quondam dominus Cumberland' dedit predictam terram 
Turgisio Brundos, antecessori predicti Nicholai, per predictum 
servicium. 

Robertus de Veteri Ponte tenet terram in custodia de domino 
rege que fuit Willelmi filii Ranulfi simul cum herede predicti Willelmi 
et reddit annuatim de cornagio iiij or l. Rex Henricus, avus patris 
domini regis, dedit illam terram Forne filio Siolf , antecessori predicti 
Willelmi, per predictum servicium. 

Adam filius Odardi tenet terram suam de domino rege per 
cornagium, reddendo annuatim de cornagio xxvj.s. iiij.d. Rex 
Henricus, avus patris domini regis, dedit Odardo vicecomiti, antecessori 
predicti Ade, predictam terram per predictum servicium. 

Ricardus de Levincton' tenet terram suam de domino rege per 
cornagium reddendo annuatim de cornagio iiij.l. viij.s. ij.d. ob. 
Rex Henricus, avus Regis Henrici patris domini regis, dedit predictam 
terram Ricardo de Boivill', antecessori predicti Ricardi, per predictum 
servicium. 

Robertus de Stutevill' tenet villam de Thorpennou de domino rege 
per cornagium reddendo inde de cornagio xxiiij.s. ; predicta terra 
fuit de baronia Alicie de Rumill', et quia Reginaldus de Lucy qui 
quondam tenuit terram illam cum sorore predicte Alicie refutavit 
homagium Philippi de Valoines, antecessoris predicti Roberti, et 
uxoris sue dominus Henricus Rex, pater domini regis, cepit homagium 
suum et ideo servicium predicte terre est in manu domini regis. 

Walterus filius Bernardi tenet terram que fuit Ricardi filii Truite 
de domino rege in custodia cum herede predicti Ricardi, reddendo 
inde annuatim de cornagio xij.s. j.d. Rex Henricus, avus patris 



CUMBERLAND. 199 



S. ij. 5. domini regis, dedit predictam terram Hildredo, antecessori predicti 
69 De Ri cai> di, per predictum servicium. 



cont. 



699. 

Testa de Galfridus de Lucy tenet terram que f uit Simonis de Tillol in custodia 
Neviir — de domino rege cum herede predicti Simonis reddendo inde annuatim 
de cornagio xj.s. xj.d. ob. Rex Henricus, avus Henrici patris domini 
regis, dedit predictam terram Ricard Ridere, antecessori predicti 
Simonis, per predictum servicium. 

Rex Henricus, avus Henrici patris domini regis, dedit quondam 
Waltero capellano suo Linstoc et Karleton', reddendo annuatim de 
cornagio xxxvij.s. iiij.d. ; predictus Walterus voluntate et concessione 
domini regis susscepit habitum religionis in prioratu Sancte Marie 
de Karleolo et voluntate et assensu predicti domini Henrici Regis 
dedit totam predictam terram predicte domui religiose in puram 
et perpetuam elemosinam per predictum servicium ; predictum 
servicium perdonatum est viris religiosis predicte domus per cartas 
predecessorum domini regis. 

Rogerus de Monte Begonis, Simon Alius Walteri, Alexander de 
Nevill' tenent terram que fuit Willelmi de Neviir in Cumberland' 
per cornagium reddendo annuatim de cornagio cxij.s. viij.d. Rex 
Henricus, avus Regis Henrici patris domini regis, dedit predictam 
terram Ade filio Swein, antecessori predictorum, per predictum 
servicium. 

Willelmus Alius Odonis de Bochardeby tenet terram suam de 
Bochardeby per cornagium reddendo inde annuatim vj.s. ij.d. de 
cornagio. Rex Henricus avus Regis Henrici patris domini regis, 
dedit predictam terram Wydoni venatori, antecessori predicti W. 
per predictum servicium. 

Adam de Staveleia tenet Ravenewyc de domino rege per cornagium 
reddendo annuatim ij.s. viij.d. Rex Henricus, avus Regis Henrici 
patris domini regis, dedit predictam terram Ade filio Alani, antecessori 
predicti Ade, per predictum servicium. 

Adam cocus domine regine tenet SaulhuT de domino rege de 
dono Regis Ricardi, reddendo annuatim unam libram piperis. 

Willelmus de Ireby tenet Gamelesby et Glassaneby de dono domini 
Regis Johannis cum filia et herede Odardi de Hodalm' ; cuius ante- 
cessors habuerunt predictam terram de dono Regis Henrici, avi 
Regis Henrici patris domini regis, qui dedit illam terram Hildredo 
antecessori predicti Odardi reddendo annuatim de cornagio ij.m. 

Nulla tenementa que antiquitus tenebantur de predecessoribus 
domini regis nee que debent teneri de domino rege nee servicia scio 
alienata per maritagium nee alio modo preter predictam terram 
Walteri cappellani domini Regis Henrici et preter servicium Ade 
salsarii cuius terra solebat dare de cornagio annuatim xxvij.s. xj.d. ; 
et perdonatum est ei pro servicio suo per cartam domini regis. 

Omnes supradicti tenentes per cornagium ibunt ad preceptum 
domini regis in exercitu Scocie in eundo in anteguarda et redeundo 
in retroguarda. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit thesaurarius in crastino Sancti 
Johannis Baptiste per manum vicecomitis de CumberV coram baronibus 
de scaccario anno Regis Johannis xiiij . 



200 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 5. f)e hiis qui tenent in capite de domino rege. 

Baronibus de scaccario ex parte vicecomitis Cumberland'. 



[In a later hand : — ] In libro. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 



S. ij. 6. COMITATUS NORHUMBERLANDIE. 

775 De Inquisicio facta de tenementis et feodis que tenentur in capite de 
Testa de domino rege que sunt data vel alienata a capitali servicio do mini 
Neviir. regis. 

Comes Patricius tenet baroniam de Beneleya per servicium quod 
sit inborhe et hutborhe inter regiones Anglie et Scocie et preterea 
tenet iij es villas in thenagio pro quibus reddit per annum domino 
regi xxx ta s., et per eadem servicia tenuerunt omnes antecessores 
eius post tempus antiqui Regis Henrici qui eos feoffavit ; et de 
feffamento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel 
elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat 
de servicio suo. 

Robertus de Muscampis tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam 
de Wullouer per servicium iiij or militum ; et omnes antecessores 
sui tenuerunt per idem servicium post tempus domini primi Regis 
Henrici qui eos feoff avit ; et de feffamento isto nihil alienatum est 
vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo, 
unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Robertus de Ros tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Werke per servicium ij. militum ; et omnes antecessores sui tenuerunt 
per idem servicium post tempus domini primi Regis Henrici qui 
eos feoffavit; et de feffamento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum 
per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus 
rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Eustachius de Vesci tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Alnewyc per servicium xij. militum. Et preterea tenet Bodle et 
Spinlestan', scilicet duas villas, etmolendinumdeWarnet,quas dominus 
Rex Henricus primus dedit Eustachio filii Johannis, antecessori 
ipsius Eustachii, ad incrementum servicii sui, et omnes antecessores 
sui tenuerunt per idem servicium ; et de feffamento isto nihil alienatum 
est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo 
unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Robertus films Rogeri tenet in capite de domino rege manerium 
de Wercwrth' cum pertinenciis per servicium j. militis et Rogerus 
Alius Ricardi, pater eius, tenuit per idem servicium post tempus 
domini Regis Henrici, patris domini regis, qui predictum manerium 
ei dedit cum pertinenciis et feoffavit ; et de feffamento isto nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel 
aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Idem Robertus Alius Rogeri tenet baroniam de Waltona in capite 
de domino rege per servicium iij. militum quam dominus Rex Johannes 
ei dedit et carta sua confirmavit ; et de tenemento isto nihil alienatum 
est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo 
unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 201 



S. ij. 6. Idem Robertus filius Rogeri tenet in capite de domino rege 

775 De manermm de Robire cum pertinenciis per servicium j. militis, quod 

Testa de dominus Rex Johannes ei dedit et carta sua confirmavit ; et de 

NevilT — manerio isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per maritagium vel 

cont ' elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo, unde dominus rex minus habeat 

de servicio suq. 

Idem Robertus filius Rogeri tenet in capite de domino rege 
manerium de Neuburne cum pertinenciis et cum servicio Roberti 
de Throckelaue et heredum suorum per servicium j. militis, quod 
dominus Rex Johannes ei dedit et carta sua confirmavit ; et de manerio 
isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam 
vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio 
suo, et reddit domino regi per annum xl.s. 

Idem Robertus filius Rogeri tenet in capite de domino rege villain 
de Corebrige cum pertinenciis ad feodam firmam quam dominus 
rex ei dedit ad firmam et carta sua confirmavit, reddendo annuatim 
ad scaccarium xxx.l. de veteri firma et x.l. de incremento per annum. 
Hugo de Baillol tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de Biwelle 
cum pertinenciis per servicium v que militum. Et inde debet 
ad wardam Novi Castelli super Tynam xxx. milites ; omnes vero 
antecessores sui tenuerunt per eadem servicia post tempus do mini 
Regis Willelmi Ruffi, qui eos feoff avit ; et de feffamento isto nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo 
alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Ricardus de Umfraville tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam 
de Prudehou per servicium ij. militum et dimidii ; omnes vero 
antecessores sui tenuerunt per idem servicium post tempus primi 
Regis Henrici. 

Idem Ricardus tenet villain de Parva Rihuh" reddendo domino 
regi per annum xx.s., et antecessores sui similiter earn tenuerunt 
post tempus prefati Regis Henrici primi qui eos feoffavit; et de 
feffamento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel 
elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat 
de servicio suo. 

Idem Ricardus tenet vallem de Redesdale per servicium ut custodiat 
vallem a latronibus, de antiquo feffamento. 

Rogerus de Merlaco tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Morpathe per servicium iiij. militum. Et omnes antecessores sui 
tenuerunt per idem servicium post conquestum Anglie ; et de feffa- 
mento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel 
elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat 
de servicio suo. 

Rogerus Bertram tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Midford' per servicium v que militum. Et omnes antecessores 
sui tenuerunt per idem servicium post conquestum Anglie ; et de 
tenemento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel 
elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat 
de servicio suo. 

Hugo de Bolbec tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Stiphord per servicium v que militum. Et omnes antecessores 
sui tenuerunt per idem servicium post tempus primi Regis Henrici 
qui eos feoffavit ; et de feffamento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum 



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S. ij- 6. per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus 
J}; 7 i" rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Testa de Johannes et Jacobus de Calce tenent in capite de domino rege 
Nevill'— baroniam de Bolum cum filiabus Walteri filii Gilleberti de dono 
cont. (iomini Regis Johannis per servicium iij. militum. Et omnes ante- 
cessors predictarum dominarum tenuerunt per idem servicium post 
conquestum Anglie ; et de tenemento illo nihil datum est vel alienatum 
per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus 
rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Johannes Vicecomes tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Emelesdona per servicium iij. militum et omnes antecessores sui 
tenuerunt per idem servicium de dono domini Regis Henrici primi 
qui eos feoffavit. Et preterea idem Johannes Vicecomes tenet vj. 
bovatas terre in burgo de Banburg' reddendo per annum vij.s. ad 
firmam burgi, quas dominus Rex Henricus, pater domini Regis 
Johannis, dedit Johanni filio Odardi, antecessori prefati Johannis ; 
et de feffamento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium 
vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat 
de servicio suo. 

Gillebertus de Laval tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam 
de Calverdona cum pertinenciis per servicium ij. militum, et omnes 
antecessores sui tenuerunt per idem servicium post conquestum 
Anglie ; et de tenemento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per 
marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo, unde dominus rex 
minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Robertus Bertram tenuit in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Bothale per servicium iij . militum et omnes antecessores sui tenuerunt 
per idem servicium de antiquo feffamento. Et de feffamento isto 
nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel 
aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 
Robertus nunc mortuus est et terra sua cum Ricardo herede suo 
est in manu domini regis. 

Adam de Tindale tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de 
Langeleya per servicium j. militis, et omnes antecessores sui tenuerunt 
per idem servicium post tempus domini regis secundi Henrici de 
feffamento suo qui feffavit illos ; et de feffamento isto nihil alienatum 
est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo 
unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Jordanus Hayrun tenet baroniam suam in capite de domino rege 
per servicium j. militis, et omnes antecessores sui tenuerunt per 
idem servicium post tempus primi Regis Henrici qui eos feoffavit ; 
et de feffamento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium 
vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat 
de servicio suo. 

Hugo de Morwic tenet in capite de domino rege villam de 
Chiuingtona per servicium j. militis et omnes antecessores sui 
tenuerunt predictam villam per idem servicium post conquestum 
Anglie; et de tenemento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per 
marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus 
rex minus habeat de servicio suo. <• 

Thomas de Diveleston' tenuit in capite de domino rege villam 
de Diveleston' per servicium tercie partis j. militis, et omnes 






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S. ij. 6. antecessores sui tenuerunt per idem servicium post conquestum ; et 

775 De ^ e tenemento i s ^° nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel 

Testa de elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde do minus rex minus habeat 

Neviir — de servicio suo. Idem Thomas nunc mortuus est, et terra sua cum 

con.. h ere d e suo est in custodia Roberti filii Rogeri per commissionem 

domini regis, quamdiu placuerit domino regi. 

Radulfus de Caugi tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam 
de Jhesem' per servicium iij. militum. Et omnes antecessores sui 
tenuerunt predictam baroniam per idem servicium post tempus 
primi Regis Henrici qui illos feoffavit, et de tenemento isto nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo 
alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Ricardus Surtayse tenet in capite de domino rege villam de Gose- 
ford' per servicium duarum parcium j. militis, et omnes antecessores 
sui tenuerunt predictam villam per idem servicium post tempus 
primi Regis Henrici qui illos feoffavit ; et de tenemento isto nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo 
alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Alexander de Bradeford' tenet in capite de domino rege villam 
de Bradeford' cum pertinenciis per servicium j. militis. Et omnes 
antecessores sui tenuerunt predictam villam per predictum servicium 
post tempus primi Regis Henrici qui feoffavit Avenellum de Brade- 
ford' antecessorem ipsius Alexandri ; et de prefata villa nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo 
alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Rogerus filius Radulfi tenet unam villam et dimidiam in capite 
de domino rege per servicium j . militis quas antecessores sui tenuerunt 
per sergantariam de forestaria ; et dominus Rex Johannes removit 
de sergantaria ad feodum j. militis, tempore Radulfi patris ipsius 
Rogeri ; et de tenemento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marri- 
tagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus 
habeat de servicio suo. 

Yvo Tailleboys tenet in capite de domino rege baroniam de Hephale 
cum uxore que fuit Willelmi Bardolf, quam habet de dono domini 
Regis Johannis. Et omnes antecessores predicte domine tenuerunt 
illam baroniam in thenagio et reddiderunt per annum domino regi 1. 
solidos. Dominus vero Rex Johannes removit illud thenagium 
tempore Willelmi Bardolf ad feodum j . militis ; et de tenemento isto 
nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam 
vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio 
suo. 

Michael filius Michaelis et Willelmus Bataille et Robertus de 
Glentedun, qui habent sorores heredes Willelmi de Flammavill', et 
Matildis quarta soror ipsius Willelmi de Flammavill' tenent in 
capite de domino rege medietatem ville de Witingham cum 
pertinenciis per servicium unius spervari sori per annum et aliam 
medietatem in drengagio pro xl.s. per annum solvendis domino 
regi. 

Dominus Hugo Dunelmensis episcopus et dominus Philippus 
Dunelmensis episcopus, successor eius, tenuerunt wapentacium de 
Sarberge de dono domini Regis Ricardi de dominico suo de corpore 
comitatus Norhumbrie. 



cont. 



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S. ij. 6. Dominus Rex Scocie tenet in capite de domino rege x. libratas 
775 De terre m Tindale de dono domini Regis Henrici de dominico suo de 
Testa de corpore comitatus Norhumbrie. 

Nevill'— Philippus de Ulkotes tenet terrain que fuit Sew alii filii Henrici 
quam terram predictus Sewallus tenuit per sergentariam ut 
custodiret placita corone ; prefata vero terra committitur eidem 
Philippo custodienda per breve domini regis quamdiu placuerit domino 
regi. 

Nicholaus de Byker tenet in capite de domino rege duas partes 
unius ville, per servicium sergentarie ut faciat districciones pro 
wardis Novi Castelli super Tynam et similiter pro debitis domini 
regis inter Tynam et Coket, et ut portet brevia domini regis inter 
Tynam et Coket, et omnes antecessores sui tenuerunt per idem 
servicium de antiquo feffamento. De predicto feffamento nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo 
alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Willelmus filius Odonis tenet in capite de domino rege unam 
carucatam terre cum pertinenciis in Banburg' per servicium 
serganterie ut faciat districciones pro debitis domini regis et ut 
portet brevia domini regis inter Tuedam et Coket. Et omnes ante- 
cessores sui tenuerunt per idem servicium post tempus Willelmi 
Regis Ruffi ; et de tenemento isto nihil alienatum est vel datum, unde 
dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Robertus janitor de Banburg' tenet in capite de domino rege 
dimidiam carucatam terre in burgo de Banburg' per servicium 
iij.s. viij.d. per annum ; et antecessores sui tenuerunt per idem 
servicium post conquest um Anglie ; et de tenemento isto nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo 
alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Galfridus f aber tenet in capite de domino rege dimidiam carucatam 
terre in burgo de Bamburg' per servicium sergentarie, scilicet fabricare 
ferramenta de carucis castelli de Bamburg' ; et omnes antecessores 
sui tenuerunt per idem servicium de antiquo feffamento, et de isto 
feffamento nihil alienatum est vel datum, unde dominus rex minus 
habeat de servicio suo. 

Thomas de Warnetham tenet in capite de domino rege unam 
carucatam terre in burgo de Banburg' per servicium xx.s. per annum, 
quam antecessores sui tenuerunt per idem servicium de dono domini 
Henrici Regis, patris domini Regis Johannis. Et de tenemento 
isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam 
unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Gillebertus de Havill' tenet in capite de domino rege unam villain 
per servicium serganterie de falconaria. De terra ilia nihil alienatum 
est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo 
unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Gillebertus de Calveleya tenet in capite de domino rege ij. villas 
per servicium xxx.s. per annum et per thenagium, per quod debet 
dare merchetam et auxilium et qualibet altera die a clauso Pentecostes 
usque ad Vincula Sancti Petri inveniet unam caretam cum uno 
trunco ad castellum de Banburg', et illuc debet cariare et interim 
nullum aliud servicium faciet et debet sectam com' ; omnes vero 
antecessores sui tenuerunt prefatas villas post tempus Regis Willelmi 



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S. *j- 6. Bastardi, et de tenemento illo nihil alienatum est vel datum per 

775 De marr itagium vel elemosinam vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus 

Testa de rex minus habeat de servicio suo. 

Nevill'— Willelmus de Hawelton tenet iij. villas in thenagio de domino 
rege per servicium xl.s. per annum et dab it merchetam et auxilia 
et faciet omnes consuetudines spectantes ad thenagium. Omnes 
vero antecessores sui fecerunt predicta servicia. De tenemento 
isto nihil alienatum est vel datum per marritagium vel elemosinam 
vel aliquo alio modo unde dominus rex minus habeat de servicio 
suo. 

Alanus de Eslington tenet unam villain de domino rege in 
drengagium per servicium xl.s. per annum et dab it merchetam et 
auxilia et cariabit truncas ad castellum de Banburg'. Et faciet 
consuetudines spectantes ad drengagium. De predicta villa nihil 
alienatum est vel datum per quod dominus rex minus habeat de 
servicio suo. 

Stephanus de Mulesfen tenet j. villain de domino rege in drengagio 
per servicium xxx.s. per annum et arabit cum caruca sua uno die 
in quadragesima ad cibum domini regis et metet in autumpno per 
tres dies quolibet die cum xij. hominibus ad cibum domini regis 
et cariabit truncas ad castellum de Banburg' ; et dab it merchetam 
et auxilia et pannagium de porcis suis et ibit cum servientibus domini 
regis pro namis capiendis et pro debitis domini regis ; omnes ante- 
cessores sui tenuerunt per idem servicium de antiquo feffamento, 
et de feodo isto nihil alienatum est vel datum unde dominus rex 
minus habeat servicium suum. 

Thomas de Bedinhale tenet unam villain de domino rege in 
drengagium per servicium xx.s. per annum, et arabit cum caruca 
sua per j. diem ad cibum domini regis et metet in autumpno per 
tres dies quolibet die cum viij t0 hominibus ad cibum domini regis 
et cariabit truncas ad castellum de Banburg ; et dab it merchetam 
et auxilia et pannagium, et ibit cum servientibus ad nama capienda 
pro debitis domini regis ; omnes vero antecessores sui tenuerunt 
per eadem servicia de antiquo fefTamento et de feodo isto nihil 
alienatum est vel datum, unde dominus rex minus habeat servicium 
suum. 

INQUISICIO INFRA BURGUM NOVI CASTELLI. 

Burgenses Novi Castelli dicunt quod infra burgum nullum est 
tenementum quod sit datum vel alienatum a domino rege vel a servicio 
suo excepto redditu iiij.m. de quadam terra quam dominus Rex 
Ricardus dedit Sewallo filio Henrici et post obitum ipsius Sewalli 
dominus Rex Johannes eandem terram commisit Philippo de Ulkotes 
quamdiu placuerit domino regi. 

{Endorsed ; — ] Hunc rotulum recepit thesaurarius per manum 
domini R. de Mariscis die dominica proximo, post festum Sancti Petri 
ad Vincula anno regni regis Johannis xiiij . 

[In a later hand : — ] Norhumberlaund. In libro, De Testa de 
Nevill, Continet viij pecias. 



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S. ij. 6. ROTULUS INQUISICIONIS COM IT AT US LANCASTRIE. 

II. 808- 

838. De Hec est inquisicio facta per sacramenta fidelium militum de 
T ^ sta . de tenementis datis et alienatis infra limam in comitatu Lancastrie 
evi ' scilicet per Rogerum Gerneth de Burg', Robertum de Lane', 
Adam de Midelton', Ricardum de Burg', Walterum filium Osberti, 
Walterum filium Swani, Willelmum de Wynewyc, Ricardum filium 
Swani, Ricardum filium Roberti, Willelmum Blundel, Robertum de 
Ainolvesdale, Ricardum de Orhul, Ricardum de Perpount, Alanum 
de Rixton', Willelmum de Radeclive, Alexandrum de Pilkinton', 
Henricum de Trafford. 

Qui dicunt quod Gilbertus filius Reinfridi tenet feudum unius 
militis in comitatu Lancastrie. Et Willelmus de Lane' dedit tempore 
suo in maritagium v. carucatas terre in duobus Eccliston' et in Lairbrec 
quas Ricardus de Mulinas et Willelmus Blundel et Radulfus de 
Eccliston' et Walterus filius Swani et Galfridus tenent. 

Idem dicunt quod idem W. dedit Warino de Lane' ij. bovatas terre 
in Forton' pro homagio suo et servicio in servicium militare quas 
Henricus de Le tenet. 

Idem W. dedit Bernardo filio Eilsi ij. carucatas terre in Halecath 
et in Caterhale quas Ricardus filius Swani et Betricia filia Roberti 
et Michael de Athelakeston' tenent in servicio militari. 

Idem W. dedit Herveo Falconario ij. bovatas in Wynemerislega 
quas Hugo de Wynermerisle tenet in servicio militari. 

Idem W. dedit Grimbaldo de Ellale ij. bovatas terre in Crumbles. 

Willelmus filius Gilberti primus dedit ij. carucatas terre in 
Kokerham canonicis de Laicestr' in elemosina unde heredes sui 
minus tenent de domino rege in capite. 

Predictus W. dedit Grimbaldo de Ellale ij. carucatas terre in Ellale 
per servicium militare unde xxiiij. carucate faciunt feudum j. militis. 

Idem W. dedit Hugoni Norman ij. carucatas terre in Scotford 
per idem servicium. 

Idem W. dedit Radulfo de Thoroudesholm dimidiam carucatam 
terre in Lane' et reddit iiij.s. 

Idem W. dedit Roberto Falconario ij. bovatas terre in Corneford 
per servicium militare. 

Idem W. dedit Gilberto de Eston' dimidiam carucatam terre in 
Eston' reddendo per annum j.m. 

Idem dicunt quod Willelmus Pincerna tenet feoda viij. militum 
in capite de domino rege. Et dum Willelmus erat in custodia Radulfi 
filii Bernardi per dominum regem, idem Radulfus dedit villam de 
Croppul cum pertinenciis cuidam juveni cum sorrore eiusdem 
Willelmi quam Walterus de Stanton' tenet. 

Idem dicunt quod Paganus de Vilers primus feodatus dedit Alano 
de Vilers filio suo v. carucatas terre in servicio militari. 

Idem Paganus dedit Hospitali Ierosolyme j. carucatam terre in 
Bekaneshow in elemosinam. ^ 

Idem Paganus dedit Willelmo de Vilers, filio suo, terram de Neubold' 
per servicium militare quam Willelmus filius Pagani junioris tenet 
per idem servicium. 



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S. ij. 6. Idem Paganus dedit Alano filio suo terram de Trafford' in servicium 

838 8 °De m ^i^ are ' quam Robertus de Vilers tenet per idem servicium. 

Testa de Idem Paganus dedit Thome de Vilers medietatem de Uuethorp 

Neviil— et terram de Hole et terram de Calverton' in servicium militare, 

com. un( j e Robertus de Vilers tenet Hole et medietatem de Calverton' 

preter j. carucatam quam Willelmus de Vilers tenet. Idem eciam 

Robertus de Vilers tenet terram de Calverton' per idem servicium. 

Idem Paganus dedit Rogero de Stainesbi Ines, scilicet iij. carucatas 
terre, et preter hoc iiij. bovatas terre in Barton', quam Willelmus 
Blundel tenet de Willelmo Pincerna per servicium militare, unde 
x. carucate faciunt feudum j. militis. 

Idem Paganus dedit Roberto de Mulinas j. carucatam terre in 
Thorinton' per servicium militare, unde x. carucate faciunt feodum 
j. militis, quam Robertus Alius Ricardi tenet modo per predictum 
servicium. 

Idem Paganus dedit Elwino j. carucatam in Thorint' per predictum 
servicium quam Gilbertus filius suus tenet modo de W. Pincerna. 

Idem Paganus dedit vj. bovatas terre Willelmo Gerneth in Lidiate 
per servicium militare, unde x. carucate terre faciunt feudum j. 
militis, quas Benedictus filius Simonis et Alanus frater eius tenent 
de Willelmo Pincerna. 

Idem Paganus dedit j. carucatam in Windhul et j. carucatam in 
Halsale Viviano Gernet in maritagio cum Emma filia sua per servicium 
militare, unde x. carucate faciunt feudum j. militis. Et modo tenet 
Alanus filius Alani de Roberto de Vilers terram de Wyndhul et 
Alanus filius Simonis terram de Halsale de predicto Roberto per 
predictum servicium. 

Ragenaldus tenuit iiij. carucatas terre de Pagano de Vilers per 
servicium militare. Et modo tenet Hugo filius Gilberti illas carucatas 
de Willelmo Pincerna pro iiij.m. et facit servicium militare, unde 
x. carucate faciunt feodum j. militis. 

Alanus de Rixton' tenet de antiquitate de Willelmo Pincerna j. 
carucatam in Rixton' pro j.m. et facit predictum servicium militare. 

Henricus filius Willelmi tenet de antiquitate de eodem W. j. 
carucatam terre in Aderton pro j.m. per predictum servicium militare. 

Hugo filius Henrici tenet j. carucatam de eodem W. Pincerna 
per predictum servicium militare. 

Predictus Paganus dedit Girardo de Sanki carpentario j. carucatam 
terre in Sanki per servicium militare. Robertus filius Thome tenet 
illam per predictum servicium. 

Idem Paganus dedit Ade le Vielur j. carucatam et Robertus filius 
Roberti tenet modo illam per predictum servicium militare. 

Ricardus Pincerna dedit Walthevo de Waleton' ij. bovatas terre 
in Egergarh per servicium militare unde x. carucate terre faciunt 
feodum j. militis. Henricus filius Gilberti tenet modo illam terram. 

Predictus Willelmus Pincerna tenet de predictis viij. feodis iij. 
feoda militum in Lindesheia, unde Robertus filius Ricardi tenet j. 
feodum militis in Croxton' et in Philigham et in Higam. Robertus 
Breton' tenet dimidium feodum militis in Haneworthe et in Helsam 
et in Butheham. Henricus filius Radulfi tenet feodum j. militis 
in Philigham. Willelmus filius Winnoc tenet de predicto W. dimidium 
feodum militis in Higam, 



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S. ij. 6. Item de villa de Croppul prior de Thurgarton' tenet j. carucatam 
838. De ^erre m Croppul in puram et perpetuam elemosinam. 
Testa de Ex dono Mathei de Vilers Willelmus Gerneth tenet xiiij. bovatas 
Nevill— i n Croppul. Nescitur per quod servicium. 

Ricardus de Mulinas tenet x. carucatas terre et dimidiam de dono 
Rogeri Pictaviensis per servicium dimidii feodi j. militis. 

Robertus de Mulinas, pater ipsius Ricardi, dedit ij. carucatas terre 
in Kirden cum sorrore sua Siwardo filio Outi, et modo tenet Henricus 
Alius eius illas carucatas per servicium militare. Et de illis carucatis 
ipse dedit iij. acras terre Beate Marie de Kokersand in elemosinam. 

Idem Robertus de Mulinas dedit Gilberto fratri suo j. carucatam 
terre in Thorinton' per servicium militare quantum pertinet ad j. 
carucatam illius feodi, et modo tenet Ricardus filius eius illam terram 
per predictum servicium. 

Ricardus de Mulinas, filius ipsius Roberti, dedit Ricardo Branche 
et Roberto dimidiam carucatam per vj.s. et per servicium militare 
quantum pertinet ad tantum feodum. 

Idem Ricardus dedit Roberto filio suo iij. bovatas terre per servicium 
militare quantum pertinet ad tantum feodum. 

Idem Ricardus dedit Ranulfo de Litherland ij. bovatas in 
Litherland per servicium militare quantum pertinet ad tantum 
feodum et pro v.s. de firma. 

Idem Ricardus dedit Simoni de Mulinas j. culturam pro ij.s. de 
firma. 

Idem Ricardus dedit j. culturam terre Ricardo de Thorinton' 
pro j. libra piperis per annum. 

Idem Ricardus de Mulinas tenet j. carucatam terre et dimidiam 
in escambio de Tokestath et inde solvit domino regi xx.s. 
Robertus de Waleton' tenet de eo vj. bovatas pro x.s. et Ricardus 
filius Siward tenet de eo vj. bovatas pro x.s. 

Henricus de Melling tenet iiij. carucatas terre de domino rege et 
inde solvit xxij.s. in thanagio de quibus Matheus et Alanus tenent 
duas carucatas pro xij.s. de firma et Thomas tenet j. carucatam de 
illo pro v.s. Et predictus Henricus et Thomas dederunt Northcroft 
et Hengerth et Ructhwait, parvas culturas, Beate Marie de Kokersand 
in elemosinam. 

Ricardus filius Roberti tenet de antiquitate iij. carucatas terre 
de domino rege per xx.s. in thenagio de quibus Siwardus filius Dunning 
dedit Gospatric' j. carucatam pro iiij.s. Et Ricardus et Johannes 
tenent j. bovatam de Rogero filio Gospatr' per xij.d. Et Willelmus 
de Stainford tenet iij. bovatas pro iij.s. Et Ricardus de Elsinton' 
tenet dimidiam carucatam de Ricardo filio Roberti pro iiij.s. Et 
predictus Robertus pater ipsius Ricardi fecit quandam domum 
religionis scilicet Buresscoch et dedit j. carucatam predicte domui 
in elemosinam. 

Idem Robertus dedit j. essartum sanctimonialibus Cestrie in 
elemosinam. 

Radulfus de Bikerstat tenet dimidiam carucatam terre et solvit 
v.s. domino regi in thenagio de qua Radulfus avus eius dedit 
ij. culturas in Helmes et in Stotfoldechage Hospitali Ierosolyme in 






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TT ij K* s' e l emosmam - Et Adam pater eiusdem Radulfi dedit iiij. acras in 
838. De e l em osinam abbacie de Kokersand. Et modo Hugo de Moreton' 
Testa de et Margerie uxor eius tenent j. bovatam pro xxj.d. de Henrico filio 
Nevill— Eilsi. Et Adam Alius Walth' tenet terciam partem illius dimidie 
carucate per xx.d. de Radulfo filio Ade. 

Adam filius Ricardi tenet iij. carucatas terre in Bolde et Lawyke 
de domino rege et solvit xxj.s. et iiij.d. in thenagio, de quibus Tugor 
senex, proavus ipsius Ade, dedit Alberto dimidiam carucatam pro 
iiij.s. et vj.d. Et modo tenet Henricus 1 filius eius de predicto Ada 
per eundem 2 servicium. 

Et Gilbertus tenuit antiquitus iij. bovatas pro iiij.s. vj.d. et modo 
tenet Ricardus filius eius de predicto Ada. 

Et Ricardus pater predicti Ade dedit j. acram hospitali Cestrie 
in elemosinam et j. essartum prioratui de Norton' in elemosinam. 

Ricardus filius Martini tenet dimidiam carucatam de domino rege 
in Ditton' et solvit inde x.s. de firma et Ricardus filius Outi tenet 
de eo ij. bovatas per v.s. et Radulfus tenet de eo j. bovatam pro 
ij.s. et vj.d. 

Adam, Robertus, Vincencius, Henricus de Ditton' tenent dimidiam 
carucatam de domino rege pro x.s. de firma. 

Heres Ade de Gerstan tenet iiij. carucatas de domino rege pro 
xx. s. in thenagio. Hugo filius Henrici tenet iij. bovatas de 
antiquitate pro xxij.d. et ob. de dono Multon'. Thomas tenet iiij. 
bovatas pro ij.s. vj.d. ex dono Multon'. Henricus filius Mathei 
tenet iij. bovatas pro xxij.d. et ob. de dono Multon'. Et Simon 
tenet iij. bovatas pro xxij.d. ob. de dono predicti Ade fratris sui. 
Predictus A. dedit j. acram abbacie de Kokersand in elemosinam. 
Idem Adam dedit ij. acras Hospitali Ierosolyme in elemosinam. 

Ricardus Walensis tenet j. carucatam de domino rege pro x.s. 
scilicet in villa de Litherland. 

Simon de Crosseby tenet dimidiam carucatam de domino rege 
in Crosseby pro x.s. 

Rogerus Mallocht tenet ij. bovatas de domino rege pro v.s. et alie 
due bovate alienate sunt ab eo quia antecessores eius eas posu- 
erunt ad firmam rusticis domini regis. 

Ricardus filius Thurstan tenet j. carucatam terre in Thingwalle 
de domino rege per j.m. in esscambio hereditatis sue in Smeddon' 
quam dominus rex posuit in forestam suam. Alanus tenet de eo 
ij. bovatas pro xl.d. Et Willelmus tenet j. bovatam pro xx.d. de 
eo. Et Hugo tenet dimidiam carucatam de eadem terra de Henrico 
filio Gilberti per dimidiam. 3 

Henricus de Le tenet vj. carucatas de domino per cartam domini 
regis et solvit inde xx.s. per annum. Warinus pater eius dedit inde 
abbati de Kokersand quartam partem j. bovate in elemosinam. 
Henricus dedit predicto abbati ij. mesuagia in elemosinam. Robertus 
filius Osseberti tenet ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas de antiquitate de 
eodem Henrico pro x.s. et pro esse prepositus. Alanus le Brun 
tenet de antiquitate ij. bovatas de eodem Henrico pro vj.s. Dionisia 
filia Thurstan tenet ij. bovatas per cartam ipsius Henrici et pro 



1 Henricus seems to have been struck through. 2 Read idem. 

3 Supply marcam. 

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S. lj. 6. v s# (j e firma. Willelmus f rater ipsius Henrici tenet j. bovatam per 
838. De J* libram piperis per annum de do no suo. Ricardus filius Henrici 
Testa de tenet ij. bovatas de eodem Henrico pro vj.s. per annum de do no 
Nevill— Warini patris ipsius Henrici. Edwinus tenet ij. bovatas de Henrico 

fifty) / *^" 

de dono suo pro v.s. Robertus tenet j. bovatam de do no suo pro iij.s. 
Thomas filius Sigge tenet j. bovatam de eo pro iij.s. 

Thomas de Bethum tenet ij. carucatas de domino rege in Botle 
pro viij.s. et viij.d. in thenagio cum filia Ricardi filii Rogeri. Et 
Rogerus filius Ramkel dedit Hospitali Ierosolyme in elemosinam 
j. carucatam terre in Linacre. 

Jurdanus de Thornul tenet j. carucatam de domino rege pro iij.s. 
et viij.d. in thenagio cum filia Ricardi filii Rogeri. 

Robertus filius Oseberti tenet dimidiam carucatam pro esse 
prepositus de manerio de Crossebi et foreste in Derbisir'. 

Henricus de Waleton' tenet xiiij. bovatas terre in Waleton' et in 
Wastrete et in Neusum pro esse capitalis serviens de Hundredo de 
Derbisir' de domino rege, quas Willelmus comes Bulonie dedit 
Walthevo avo suo. Hugo filius Gilberti tenet j. bovatam de predicto 
Henrico pro dimidia libra piperis. Predictus Henricus dedit pro 
anima domini Regis Henrici, patris domini regis, xx. acras in 
elemosinam Ospitali Sancti Johannis Cestrie. Idem Henricus dedit 
in elemosinam pro anima eiusdem iij. acras domui de Birkeheueth. 

Adam filius Gille tenet ij. bovatas pro esse serviens sub Henrico 
de Waleton'. 

Ricardus prepositus tenet ij. bovatas pro wanagio et namiis 
domini regis custodiendis. 

Quenilda de Kirkedale tenet j. carucatam de domino rege pro 
thessauro suo conducendo usque le Blakebroc. Et modo tenet 
Jurdanus illam carucatam pro ij.s. de predicta Quenilda cum filia 
Ricardi filii Rogeri de dono Willelmi filii Normanni. 

In baronia de Penuertham sunt feoda v. militum infra limam et 
extra. Thorp feodus 1 unius militis data fuit Guthe sorrori Ranulfi 
de Glanvilla in dote et ita alienata fuit a baronia, et nessciunt quis 
tenet modo tenementum illud. Brocton' feodum unius militis 
datum fuit Galfrido de Valon' per Albertum Bussel et nessciunt 
quis tenet modo tenementum illud. 

Warinus Bussel dedit Ranulfo filio Rogeri v. carucatas terre in 
maritagio cum filia sua. Et heres eiusdem Ranulfi est in custodia 
Eustacii de Moreton' cum tota terra ilia. 

Idem Warinus Bussel dedit Gillemichel filio Eward in maritagio 
cum filia sua iiij. carucatas terre quarum heredes eius tenent iij. 
carucatas terre et est in custodia archidiaconi de Stafford et Willelmi 
de Harewecurt. Et heres Theodbaldi Walteri qui est in custodia 
domini regis tenet j. carucatam in Mithop de baronia ilia. 

Idem Warinus dedit Hamoni Pincerne in libero maritagio cum 
filia sua ij. carucatas terre in Heton' et in Etheliston'. Adam de 
Hocton' tenet eandem Heton', scilicet j. carucatam terre. 

Albertus Bussel dedit j. carucatam terre in Etheliston' Hospitali 
Ierosolyme. Ricardus Bussel dedit Alano filio Swani in maritagio 



1 Feodum is the more usual form. 



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S. ij. 6. cum sorrore sua iiij. carucatas terre et dimidiam in Gunnolvesmores. 

tt QrjQ ■* 

838 De I^i car( ius Fiton' tenet eandem terram per servicium militare de 
Testa de eadem baronia. 

Nevill— Idem Ricardus Bussel dedit Roberto Hikeling in maritagio cum 
conL sorrore sua j. carucatam ; heres eiusdem Roberti tenet terram 
illam. 

Idem Ricardus Bussel dedit ij. carucatas Ricardo Spileman in 
maritagio cum sorrore sua scilicet Stanedis et Langeton' ; Thurstan 
Banastre tenet terram illam per j. nisum sorrum. 

Warinus Bussel dedit iij. bovatas terre in Penuertham et ij. bovatas 
in Langeton' ecclesie de Penuertham in puram elemosinam. Ricardus 
Bussel dedit iiij. bovatas terre in Langeton' et j. carucatam terre 
in Farinton' eidem ecclesie in elemosinam. Albertus Bussel dedit 
ij. bovatas terre in Lailand in elemosinam eidem ecclesie. Abbas 
de Evesam tenet ecclesiam illam cum omnibus terris. 

Ricardus Bussel dedit abbacie Cestrie j. carucatam terre in 
Ruchford in elemosinam quam abbas Cestrie tenet. 

Ricardus Bussel dedit j. bovatam terre in Penuertham prioratui 
de Bothelton' in elemosinam. 

Albertus Bussel dedit Geraldo de Claiton' iiij. bovatas terre pro 
homagio suo ut sit senesscallus eius. 

Dominus Rogerus constabularius dedit ix. bovatas in Leiland 
Hospitali Ierosolyme quas Hugo Buss' tenet. 

Rogerus de Lasci dedit Roberto Bussel ij. carucatas et ij. bovatas 
terre in Langeton' et in Leiland et servicium ij. carucatarum in 
Euckeston', faciendo servicium decime partis unius militis. 

Ricardus films Rogeri de Frequelton' tenet j. carucatam terre in 
Thorp de domino rege in capite et reddit inde x.s. et est in custodia 
archidiaconi de Stafford et W. de Harewecurt per dominum regem. 

Robertus Gredle tenet iij. carucatas terre in Burnul et in Anderton' 
de eadem baronia et nullum facit servicium. 

Idem Robertus de Greddle tenet ij. carucatas in Eston' de eadem 
et debuit reddere inde annuatim j. austurcum vel xx.s. set non 
reddit. 

Warinus Bussel dedit Normanno iij. carucatas terre in Kirkedale 
per servicium militare unde x. carucate faciunt feodum j. militis ; 
et modo tenet Quenilda filia Rogeri illam terram per eundem 1 
servicium. 

Theodbaldus Walter tenet feodum dimidii militis et inde Herveus 
pater Hervei Walter dedit Orm filio Magnus cum filia sua Aliz in 
maritagio iiij. carucatas terre in Routtheclif et in Thistilton' et in 
Grenhole per servicium militare. 

Mereton' sunt vj . carucate terre quarum iij . carucate terre sunt in 
manu domini regis pro herede Theodbaldi Walteri qui est in custodia 
sua. Et alias iij. carucatas tenet Adam de Merton' per servicium 
militare. 

Rogerus de Laci tenet feoda v. militum de feodo de Cliderhou 
que sunt in manu domini regis. Hugo de Eland tenet iij. carucatas et 
ij. bovatas de eodem tenemento pro xlviij.s. solvendo per annum 

1 Bead idem. 



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It ^os* e ^ em P°gero de Laci. Idem Rogerus dedit Roberto de Flainesburch 
838. De m mar itagio cum filia Roberti de Liverseg x. bovatas terre et 
Testa de dimidiam et terciam partem dimidie bovate per xx.s. 
Xevill— Rogerus de Thorinton', et Thomas de Horbiri tenent x. bova- 
tas et dimidiam et terciam partem dimidie bovate per xx.s. per 
annum. 

Rogerus de Laci dedit Gilberto de Laci cum Agneta filia Johannis 
de Himerum in maritagio x. bovatas terre et dimidiam et terciam 
partem dimidie bovate per xx.s. 

Predictus Rogerus de Laci dedit monachis de Stanlawe vj. bovatas 
terre in elemosinam. 

Heredes Ricardi filii Rogeri tenent quartam partem feodi unius 
militis. 

Rogerus constabularius Cestrie tenet de baronia constabularii 
infra limam iiij. feoda militum, unde Ricardus films Roberti tenet 
feodum unius militis per servicium j. militis. 

Willelmus Alius Mathei tenet feodum unius militis per servicium 
j. militis. 

Johannes Constabularius dedit Templariis Ierosolyme in 
elemosinam j. carucatam terre. Idem Johannes dedit Hospitali 
Ierosolyme in elemosinam ij. carucatas terre. 

Rogerus constabularius Cestrie dedit abbacie de Stanlawe iij. 
carucatas terre in elemosinam. 

Ricardus de Mulinas tenet iij. carucatas terre de eodem feodo 
unde x. carucate faciunt feodum j. militis. 

Hugo de Moreton' tenet de eodem feodo ij. carucatas unde xij. 
carucate terre faciunt feodum unus 1 militis. 

Hugo de Tildesle tenet j. carucatam terre de eodem unde x. carucate 
faciunt feodum militis. 

Alanus de Halsale tenet dimidiam carucatam de eodem tenemento 
per servicium militare. 

Rogerus Gerneht tenet feodum j. militis in forestaria. Et de 
feodo illo dedit Rogerus Gerneht, antecessor eius, ij. carucatas in 
maritagio Ricardo de Mulinas in Spec. 

Vivianus Gerneht dedit Roberto Travers iiij. carucatas terre et 
dimidiam per servicium tercie partis j. militis. 

Benedictus Gerneht, pater predicti Rogeri, dedit ij . bovatas Widoni 
de Stub per servicium militis, unde xxj. carucate terre faciunt feodum 
j. militis. Willelmus filius eius dedit ij. bovatas in Lecke Margerie 
sorrori sue per j. libram piperis per annum. Idem Willelmus dedit 
Osberto j. bovatam in Lecke per j. libram piperis. Item idem 
Boud' 2 dedit xxx. acras in Altan' Gilberto filio Orm reddendo 
inde annuatim quedam calcaria sive iij. d. 

Galfridus Arbalistarius tenet vj. carucatas terre de do no domini 
regis scilicet per servicium ij. arbalistarum. 

Burgenses de Preston' tenent iij. carucatas terre in Preston' per 
cartam domini Regis Johannis in libero burgago per xv.li. 

1 Read unius. 2 The text is corrupt. II. 893 reads Benedictus. 



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S. ij- 6. Heredes Ricardi filii Rogeri tenent ix. carucatas terre in thanagio 

I T 80S— -ii • 

838 De un ^ e solebant reddere annuatim iij.m. Et dominus rex per cartam 
Testa de suam relaxavit domui de Lithum viij.s. iiij.d. 

Nevill— Walterus filius Osberti tenet in capite de domino rege x. carucatas 
terre in thanagio, unde heredes Galfridi de Barton' tenent ij. carucatas 
et reddunt inde domino regi iij.m. 

Willelmus de Wynewic tenet v. carucatas terre in thanagio de 
domino rege et reddit inde xx.s. per annum et Robertus pater predicti 
W. dedit Huctredo filio Ucke j. carucatam terre pro homagio suo et 
servicio quam Alanus filius Ricardi tenet. 

Petrus de Stalmin tenet iij. carucatas terre in thanagio de domino 
rege reddendo x.s. per annum, unde Robertus pater eius dedit j. 
carucatam terre monachis de Furneis per viij.s. per annum pro 
omnibus. Et idem Robertus dedit Siwardo filio Ucke cum filia 
sua in maritagio vj. bovatas quas heredes eius tenent. Idem Robertus 
dedit Henrico filio eius pro homagio suo et servicio ij. bovatas terre 
quas heredes eius tenent. Idem Robertus dedit Alano filio suo pro 
homagio suo et servicio ij. bovatas quas heredes eius tenent. 

Helia de Hoton' tenet j. carucatam terre de domino rege in capite 
per viij.s. per annum quam Rogerus pater eius dedit in maritagio 
cum filia sua Benedicto Gerneth quam ipsa tenet per predictum 
servicium. 

Heres Rogeri de Heton' tenet ij. carucatas et dimidiam de domino 
rege in thanagio per xvij.s. per annum. 

Heredes Roberti filii Bernardi tenent xij. bovatas terre per 
xviij.s. viij.d. in thainagio. 

Alanus filius Ricardi et Johannes de Billesburgh tenent ij. bovatas 
terre de domino rege in capite per vj.d. per annum. 

Henricus de Holand tenet iij. carucatas et ij. bovatas terre de 
domino rege in capite per xxvj.s. Idem Henricus dedit de eodem 
tenemento j. carucatam terre Rogero de Leicestr' per viij.s. et iiij. 
sagittas per annum. 

Robertus filius Wranow tenet ij. bovatas terre de maritagio per 
forinsecum. Idem Henricus dedit Ade fratri suo ij. bovatas pro 
homagio suo et per ij.s. Idem Henricus dedit Alano de Holand 
j. bovatam terre et dimidiam per xij.d. Idem Henricus dedit Roberto 
de Mulinas j. bovatam terre per xiiij.d. Idem Henricus dedit Henrico 
filio Gilberti iij. bovatas terre per iij.s. vj.d. Idem Henricus dedit 
Hawise filie Ricardi ij. bovatas in libero servicio per ij.s. vj.d. Idem 
Henricus dedit abbacie de Kokersand j. culturam in elemosinam. 
Idem Henricus dedit hospitali Cestrie j. acram in elemosinam. Idem 
Henricus dedit Hospitali Ierosolyme ij. acras in elemosinam. 

Swanus de Hudersale tenet ij. bovatas terre de domino rege in 
capite per cartam domini Johannis Regis per v.s. 

Thomas de Burnul tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in capite 
per iiij or s. 

Heres Arthuri de Eston' tenet j. carucatam terre in capite per 
cartam domini Johannis Regis per x.s. 

DRENGAGIA. 

Homines de Hamelton' tenent iij. carucatas terre per xxiiij.s. per 
annum. 



214 A.I). 1212. 

S. ij. 6. Adam Alius Eilsi et Alanus filius Hagemundi tenent i. carucatam 

TT SOS— i 

838 De terre in drengagio per v.s. per annum. 

Testa de Ricardus et Girardus tenent j. carucatam terre in drengagio 
Nevill— per vj.s. 
conL Gillemichel de Halicton' tenet ij. bovatas terre in drengagio 

per ij.s. 

Brocton' j. carucata terre in manu domini regis et reddit per 
annum vj.m. 

Rossair in manu domini regis cum stauro suo unde vicecomes 
respondit. 

Alanus filius Ricardi tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in Singelton' 
per sergantariam wapentaki de Aumundirnes. 

SALFORDESIRE. 

Robertus Gredle tenet feoda xij. militum in comitatu Lancastrie 
infra limam et extra. 

Mahtheus filius Willelmi et Rogerus filius Willelmi tenent feodum 
j. militis de Roberto Gredle in Wythinton' de antiquitate et debent 
in venire j. judicem domino regi. 

Gilbertus de Notton' tenet cum domina de Barton' feodum j. 
militis et dimidii de eodem. 

Et Thomas de Withinton' tenet feodum dimidii militis de eodem 
Roberto de antiquitate. 

Ricardus filius Robert i tenet v. carucatas terre et dimidiam de 
eodem, scilicet in Childewalle iij. carucatas terre et in Aspul j. 
carucatam, in Turton' j. carucatam, in Brochal' dimidiam carucatam, 
unde vj. carucate terre et dimidia faciunt feodum j. militis. Rogerus 
de Samelesbur' et Alexander tenent sextam carucatam in Harewode 
de predicto feodo militis. 

Albertus Gredle senex dedit feodum j. militis Orm filio Ailward 
in maritagio cum Emma filia sua, scilicet in Dalton' et Perbold et 
Wrictinton'. Heredes ipsius Orm tenent predictam terram. 

Alexander de Pilkinton' tenet de Roberto Gredle quartam 
partem feodi j. militis et j. judicem domino rege de antiqua 
tenura. 

Albertus Gredle juvenis dedit Thome de Perepount iij. carucatas 
terre in Ruwinton' et Lostoc per feodum tercie partis j. militis. 
Heredes tenent illam terram. 

Robertus Gredle qui nunc est dedit Roberto de Burie seniori 
xiiij cim bovatas terre de dominico suo de Mamecestr' per servicium 
dimidii militis. Heredes eius tenent illam terram. 

Idem Robertus dedit Radulfo de Einecot' ij. bovatas terre de 
dominico suo de Mamecestr' per vj.s. viij.d. per annum. 

Albertus Gredle dedit Roberto de Bracebrugge ij. bovatas terre 
de dominico suo de Mamecestr' per iiij or s. per annum. Heredes 
eius tenent illam terram. 

Albertus Gredle senior dedit Wlvrico de Mamecestr' iiij. bovatas 
terre de dominico suo per v.s. per annum. Heredes eius tenent illam 
terram. 

Albertus Gredle dedit iiij. bovatas terre ecclesie de Mamecestr' 
in elemosinam de dominico suo. 



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S. ij. 6. Albertus Gredde 1 iuvenis dedit Willelmo Norensi ii. carucatas terre 
838 De m Heton' per x.s. Heredes eius tenent illam terram. 
Testa de Idem Albertus dedit Alexandro filio Uuieth ij. bovatas in Parva 
Nevill — Lefre per dimidiam m. et xij.d. vel j. nisum. Heredes tenent illam 
conL terram. 

Albertus Gredle senior dedit Orm filio Eiward cum filia sua Emma 
in maritagio j: carucatam terre in Eston' per x.s. per annum. Heredes 
ipsius Orm tenent illam terram. 

Idem Albertus dedit Henrico filio Siward j. carucatam terre in 
Flixton' per x.s. Heredes tenent illam terram. 

Albertus Gredle junior dedit Elie de Pennilbur' Slinehal per xij.d. 
vel per j. nisum sorrum per annum. Idem Elias tenet illam terram. 
Idem Albertus dedit Roberto filio Henrici ij. bovatas terre in 
Milafesharh 2 per iij.s. Heres ipsius tenet illam terram. 

Rogerus de Samelisbur' et Alexander de Harewode tenent j. 
bovatam terre in Charples per iij.s. de Roberto Gredle. 

Albertus Gredle dedit manachis 3 de Swinehauh' j. crofftum quod 
vocatur Wythacres in elemosinam. 

Robertus Gredle qui nunc est dedit Ace clerico unam terram 
de dominico suo de Mamecestr' per iij.s. Idem Ace tenet illam 
terram. 

Rogerus de Montebegon' tenet feoda viij. militum infra limam 
et extra. 

Infra limam tenet Adam de Buri feodum j. militis de antiqua 
tenura. 

Rogerus de Midelton' tenet fedum j. militis de antiqua tenura. 

Predecessores Rogeri de Montebeg' dederunt antecessoribus 
Gilberti de Notton' xij. bovatas terre per servicium quarte partis 
j. militis ; Gilbertus de Nott' tenet illam terram. 

Adam de Prestwych tenet iiij or bovatas terre in Alkinton' per 
iiij.s. de antiqua tenura. 

Adam de Montebeg' dedit Eward de Buri iiij. bovatas terre in 
Totinton cum Aliz filia sua in maritagio. Et modo tenet illam terram 
Willelmus de Penieston' cum Cecilia filia predicte Aliz. 

Rogerus de Montebeg' dedit Johanni Malerbe, fratri suo, x. carucatas 
et vj. bovatas terre in Croston' cum pertinenciis in servicium 
militare. 

Idem Rogerus dedit Hospitali Ierosolyme j. bovatam terre in 
elemosinam in Croston'. 

Idem Rogerus de Montebegon' tenet xiij. bovatas terre in 
Kaskenemor' in thanagio per ix.s. ij.d. et ob. et dimidium judicem. 
Gilbertus de Notton' tenet de eo iiij. bovatas in Kaskenemor'. 
Reinerus de Wambwall' tenet de eadem terra vj. bovatas. Adam 
de Glothic tenet ij. bovatas. Isti tenent predictum thainagium per 
predictos ix.s. ij.d. et ob. et per dimidium judicem predictum. 

Willelmus de Nevilla tenuit xiij. bovatas terre in Kaskenemor' 
in thainagio de domino rege per x.s. et ix.d. ob. et per dimidium 

1 Read Gredle. 

2 Read Anlafesharh, i.e. Anglezarke near Chorley. 

3 Read monachis. 



216 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 6. judicem de jure uxoris sue ; terra ilia est maim 1 domini regis quia 

838. De nere des eius non locuti fuerunt cum domino rege. Radulfus Tagun 

Testa de tenet iiij or bovatas de eodem Willelmo. Gilbertus de Notton' tenet 

Nevill — iii j . bovatas de eodem Willelmo. Reginerus de Wambwalle tenet 

ij. bovatas. Adam de Glothic tenet ij. bovatas. Henricus de 

Scholfele tenet j. bovatam. Isti tenent predictum thainagium per 

predictos x.s. et ix.d. ob. et per predictum dimidium judicem. 

Yarferth' de Hulton' tenet iiij. bovatas terre in Pennelton' de 
domino rege in capite per servicium sexte partis j. militis. Helias 
de Pennilbur tenet ij. bovatas de ipso Yarfer' per iiij.s. 

Gilbertus de Notton' tenet de jure uxoris sue xiiij. bovatas de 
domino rege in thanagio per xxvj.s. Ricardus de Wyrkedele tenet 
j. carucatam de eodem Gilberto per xvj.s. viij.d. 

Rogerus de Midelton' tenet j. carucatam terre in Chetam in capite 
de domino rege in thainagio per j.m. Henricus de Chetam tenet 
totam illam terram de predicto Rogero. 

Edwinus carpentarius tenuit j. bovatam terre in Cadwalesate in 
capite de domino rege de dono Regis Henrici in Carpentaria et 
postea Swanus tenuit illam terram. Et modo tenet illam terram 
Gilbertus de Notton' reddendo domino regi iiij.s. ; sed nessciunt 
de quibus vel per quos terra ilia sit alienata a servicio domini regis. 

Alexander de Pikinton' tenet vj. bovatas terre in Ruhwinton' 
in thainagio per x.s. et filii avunculi sui tenent illam terram de eo. 

Willelmus de Radeclive tenet xij. bovatas in Eggewrthe et in 
Heton' in thainagio per xvj.s. et viij.d. Gilbertus de Notton' tenet 
iiij. bovatas de ipso Willelmo per dimidiam mar cam ; pater ipsius 
Willelmi dedit Roberto de Hennetwisel ij. bovatas terre in maritagio 
cum filia sua. 

Adam de Prestwich tenet x. bovatas terre in Prestwych et in 
Faileswrthe in capite de domino rege in thainagio per xxiiij.s. Adam 
de Heton tenet de ipso Ada iiij. bovatas per x.s. Gilbertus de Notton' 
tenet de ipso Ada ij. bovatas terre in Faileswrthe per iiij.s. 

Hugo de Blakerode tenet j. carucatam terre in Blakerode que 
fuit de feodo Willelmi Peverel per xx.s. et habet cartam domini 
regis. 

Elias de Pennilbur' tenet ix. bovatas terre in capite de domino 
rege in Pennilbur' et in Chadeswrthe in thainagio per xij.s. Et 
Ricardus et Adam et Henricus et Robertus, nepotes sui, tenent j. 
bovatam de eo per ij.s. 

Robertus de Clifton' tenet iiij. bovatas terre in Clifton' in capite 
de domino rege per viij.s. Rogerus Gerneth tenet de ipso Roberto 
iij. bovatas per viij.s. 

Willelmus films Willelmi tenet xij. bovatas terre in Ruhwinton' 
in thainagio per xx^iiij.s. 

Rogerus filius Willelmi tenet j carucatam in Redich in thainagio 
per vj.s. Matheus de Redich tenet illam terram de ipso Rogero 
per eundem 2 servicium. 

Gospatric de Chorleton' tenet ij. carucatas in Chorelton' in capite 
de domino rege in thainagio per xx.s. Matheus filius Willelmi tenet de 
eodem iiij. bovatas quas disracionavit per firtem belli. Henricus 

1 Read in manu. 2 Read idem. 



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S. ij. 6. de Trafford tenet v. bovatas terre per vj.s. iii.d. Adam de Chorelton' 
838 De ^ ene ^ de ip so Gospatric ij. bovatas per xl.d. 

Testa de Henricus de Chetam tenet iiij or bovatas in capite de domino rege 
Nevill — in thainagio per v.s. 

Henricus de Trafford tenet iiij. bovatas in capite pereundem 1 
servicium. 

Willelmus de Bothelton' tenuit j. bovatam in capite de domino 
rege in feodi firma. Heres eius est 2 custodia domini regis. 

Gilbertus de Tange tenet j. bovatam de domino rege in Tange 
per iiij.s. 

Ranulfus films Rogeri tenuit iiij or carucatas terre in capite de 
domino rege per x.s. et j. judicem. Heres eius et in custodia Eustacii 
de Moreton' per dominum regem. Willelmus de Notton' tenet j. 
carucatam de ipso herede per viij.s. Willelmus de Radeclue tenet 
j. carucatam de ipso herede per vj.s. Adam de Urmeston' tenet 
j. carucatam terre de ipso herede. Rogerus de Bothelton' tenet j. 
carucatam de eodem per servicium xij. partis j. militis. 

Hamonus de Maci tenet j. carucatam terre in Stretford per 
servicium j. judicis. Hugo de Stretford tenet iiij. bovatas terre 
de ipso Hamone faciendo servicium illius judicis. Henricus de 
Traffort tenet ij. bovatas de eodem per iiij.s. 

Prior et manchi 3 de Lenton' tenent Kereshole in elemosinam per 
cartam domini Regis Henrici. 

Rogerus Pictaviensis dedit ecclesiam de Wynequic canonicis de 
Sancto Osewaldo cum duabus carucatis terre. Ricardus persona de 
Wynewyc tenet ij. partes et Robertus de Waleton' tenet terciam 
partem. Aldredus 4 de Ynes tenet de eodem Roberto iij. bovatas 
illius terre ecclesie de feodi firma. Hugo de Haidoc tenet de eodem 
Roberto iij. bovatas illius ecclesie de feodi firma. 

Willelmus de Lauton' tenet vj. carucatas terre et dimidiam de 
domino rege in capite per servicium militare unde ix. carucate terre 
et dimidia faciunt feodum j. militis. Adam pater predicti Willelmi 
dedit Hugoni de Haidoc iiij. bovatas terre in maritagio cum filia 
sua et Roberto filio Siward' ij. bovatas in maritagio. Idem Adam 
dedit Galfrido Gerneth dimidiam carucatam terre in servicium 
militare. Galfridus dedit illas bovatas Thurstano Banastre in 
servicium militare. Idem A. dedit Orm de Midelton' ij. bovatas in 
servicio militari. Et idem A. dedit Roberto de Kenien ij. bovatas 
ad adquietandum se de judice. Willelmus de Lauton' dedit j. croftum 
quod vocatur Witerescroft Alano de Rixton' ad firmam pro xij.d. 
Adam de Lauton' dedit Fluttecroft Ospitali tempore Regis Henrici. 

Thomas de Goldburne tenet terciam partem j. militis de domino 
rege et Ricardus de Wynequic tenet j. carucatam terre in servicio 
militari de antiquitate. Willelmus filius Hamonis tenet iij. bovatas 
in Goldburne de dono Augustini patris predicti Thome, tempore 
Henrici Regis. 

1 Read idem. 2 After est supply in. 

3 Read monachi. 4 Read Alfredus. 



218 A.D. 1212. 



s ij- 6. Alfredus de Ines tenet iij. carucatas terre in thanagio et reddit 

TT JiAQ_ J ° 

838 De P er annum xxx. s. et ij. judices. Hugo de Haidoc tenet j. carucatam 

Testa de de eo de antiquo feffamento. Willelmus de Haidoc tenet j. caruca- 

Nevill— tarn de eodem de antiquo feffamento. Ricardus de Perepount tenet 

de eo dimidiam carucatam de eo de antiquo feffamento. Orm 

pater predicti Alfredi dedit Ospitali j. croftum quod vocatur Kaile 

in elemosinam. 

Thomas de Burnul tenet iij. carucatas et dimidiam de domino 
rege in thainagio per xxxv.s. et j. judicem et dimidium. Henricus 
de Eston' tenet j. carucatam de eodem Thoma de antiquo feffamento 
et Henricus films Rogeri tenet j. carucatam de predicto Henrico 
de antiquo maritagio. Et Henricus de Eston' dedit Ospitali 
Ierosolyme xx. acras. Swanus filius Lofwini dedit Gospatric dimidiam 
carucatam in Hindele in libero maritagio, et Rogerus filius Gospatric 
tenet illam terram de Thoma de Burnul. Adam de Hindele tenet 
ij. bovatas in Hindele de antiquo fefamento. Robertus pater 
Ricardi de Hindele dedit Ospitali xxx. acras de ilia dimidia carucata 
tempore Henrici Regis, et idem Robertus dedit ij. acras et dimidiam 
Ospitali tempore domini Regis Johannis, et idem Robertus dedit 
abbacie de Kokersand vj. acras tempore domini Regis Johannis. 

Alanus de Pemberton' tenet ij. carucatas terre in thenagio et reddit 
per annum xx.s. et j. judicem. Adam de Pemberton' tenet illas 
carucatas de Alano predicto. Et Henricus filius Laurencii tenet 
de predicto Ada iiij. bovatas de antiquo feffamento. Alanus filius 
Aldith tenet de prenominato Henrico j. bovatam. Et Adam de 
Pemberton dedit Ospitali j. bovatam tempore Johannis Regis. 

Ricardus de Horul tenet dimidiam carucatam in thainagio et 
reddit per annum x.s. et j. iudicem de antiquitate. Willelmus 
tenet de predicto Ricardo dimidiam bovatam de antiquo fefamento 
et idem Willelmus dedit Thome de Horul ij. bovatas in libero 
maritagio tempore Ricardi Regis. Predictus Ricardus dedit Johanni 
fratri suo j. bovatam tempore Johannis Regis. Idem Ricardus 
dedit Ospitali iiij or acras terre tempore Henrici Regis. 

Adam de Bulling tenet dimidiam carucatam in thainagio et reddit 
per annum x.s. et j. iudicem de antiquo feffamento. Simon tenet 
j. bovatam et terciam partem j. bovate de predicto A. de antiquitate 
et Rogerus de Winstanesleg' tenet de predicto Ada j. bovatam et 
terciam partem j. bovate de antiquitate. Huctredus Leute tenet 
j. essartum de predicto Ada et reddit xvj.d. Idem Ada dedit Beate 
Marie de Cokersand in elemosinam xviij. acras. Idem A. dedit 
Ospitali vj. acras. Rogerus de Winstanesle dedit domui de Cokersand 
iij. acras terre in elemosinam tempore domini Regis Johannis. 

Ricardus de Edburgham tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in 
Edburgham de dono Regis Henrici in feodi firma et reddit per annum 
iiij.s. et de illis iiij. bovatis tercia pars data est in elemosinam. 

Alanus de Burton' tenet j. bovatam et reddit per annum xij.d. 
in feodi firma. 

Robertus de Midelton' tenet iij. bovatas in thainagio de antiquitate 
et reddit per annum v.s. et quartern 1 partem j. judicis. Et Johannes 
de Midelton' tenet j. partem per idem servicium. 



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S. ij. 6. Henricus filius Siward tenet iij. bovatas et reddit per annum v.s. 
838 8 °De e ^ ( l uar ^ eml partem j. judicis. 

Testa de Willelmus de Midelton' tenet iij. bovatas et reddit per annum v.s. 
Nevill— de feodi firma. 



cont. 



Ricardus filius Henrici tenet iij. bovatas et reddit per annum v.s. 
et quartern 2 partem j. judicis. 

Gilbertus de Croft tenet j. carucatam in servicio ostricerii. 

Hugo de Croft tenet v. bovatas et heres Rannulfi tenet iij. bovatas 
in servicio ostricerii. 

Gilbertus de Croft tenuit j. carucatam terre et dimidiam in 
Suthewrthe et reddit per annum xx.s. et est in manu domini regis. 

Willoth de Neuton' tenet ij. bovatas per sergenteriam de anti- 
quitate et habet j. bovatam de antiquitate et reddit per annum xij.d. 

Robertus prepositus tenet ij. bovatas in prepositoria de anti- 
quitate. 

Rogerus clericus de Neuton' tenet ij. bovatas de antiquitate et 
reddit per annum ij.s. viij.d. 

Adam de Yseni tenet v. carucatas terre in Witington' per servicium 
militare quas dedit Gilberto filio Reinfridi. 

Rogerus de Montebegon' tenet feodum viij. militum in comitatu 
Lancastrie infra limam et extra. Adam de Montebeg', antecessor 
eius, dedit Henrico de Rokesbi j. carucatam terre in Wenigton' per 
servicium militare, unde xiiij. carucate faciunt feodum j. militis. 
Idem Adam dedit Galfrido de Valon' vj. carucatas terre in Farelton' 
et in Cancefeld per servicium militare. Rogerus de Montebegon' 
dedit canonicis de Hornebi c. acras terre in Hornebi in elemosinam. 
Idem Rogerus dedit Elye de Wnington' j. bovatam terre in Farelton' 
per servicium militare. 

Heres Willelmi filii Michaelis de Furneis tenet de domino rege 
in capite xx. carucatas terre et dimidiam in Furneis et reddit per 
annum x.l. Michael anntecessor eius dedit iij. carucatas terre in 
Adgareslith in maritagio cum filia sua Godit'. Idem dedit Ulf 
filio Eward' dimidiam carucatam terre in Hursewic in maritagio, 
reddendo v.s. per cartam suam. Idem Michael dedit Ade filio 
Bernulfi ij. bovatas terre in eadem villa per cartam suam per xxxij.d. 
per annum. Willelmus filius Michaelis dedit Gilberto filio Reinfridi 
ij. bovatas in Ursewic per xxxij.d. per annum. Michael dedit Gamello 
Forestario j. carucatam terre in Ursewyc per x.s. per annum. 

Abbas de Furneis tenet xx. carucatas terre et dimidiam in Furneis 
in elemosinam ex dono Stephani Regis. 

Idem abbas tenet ij. carucatas in Stapelthurne et reddit domino 
regi xl.s. per annum. 

Idem tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in Belmunt in elemosina 
ex dono Warini parvi. 

Item de feodo Michaelis de Furneis. Idem Michael dedit Willelmo 
de Thurnum ij. bovatas terre in Belleclive per x.s. per annum. 

1 quartern interlined. Bead quart am. 2 Bead quartam. 



220 A.D. 1212. 

S. ij. 6. Willelmus filius suus dedit Ade filio Girarrdi xxx. acras terre in 
838 De Aldingham per dimidiam mar cam per annum. Predictus Michael 
Testa de dedit Ade filio Girardi j. bovatam terre in eadem villa per v.s. per 
Nevill— annum. 



cont. 



Adam de Midelton' tenet j. carucatam terre in Midelton' per 
servicium militare. Ipse Adam dedit Ade filio Orm j. bovatam terre 
per quedam calcaria per annum sive per iij.d. 

Adam de Kelleth filius Orm tenet iij. carucatas terre per 
sergenteriam in villa de Kelleth. 

Thomas Gerneth tenet ij. carucatas terre in Hesaim per venerie 
scilicet per cornu suum. 

Hugo de Oxeclive tenet j. carucatam terre in Oxeclive in car- 
penterie. Ipse vero dedit Waltero de Sparram ij. bovatas in 
maritagio cum sorrore sua, cuius heres illas tenet. 

Radulfus de Bolron' tenet j\ carucatam terre in Bolron' in 
masconerie. Vivianus pater eius dedit Benedicto Gerneth iij. bovatas 
et iij. acras terre ; canonici de Cokersand tenent illam terram. 

Johannes de Thoroldesholm tenet j. carucatam terre in lardenerie. 

Rogerus de Skerton' tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in Skerton' 
per provosteriam. Willelmus pater eius dedit Johanni de Thoroldes- 
holm' xl. acras terre reddendo per annum iiij.s. Idem dedit leprosis 
de Lane' vj. acras in elemosinam et monachis de Furneis xij. acras. 

Rogerus filius suus dedit Philippo clerico v. acras, reddendo v.d. 
per annum. 

Robertus de Overton' tenet iiij or bovatas in Overton' per 
provosteriam. Ipse vero dedit Orm filio Ade j. bovatam per xij.d. 
per annum. 

Rogerus Albus tenet viij. acras in Lane' per carpenteriam. 

Rogerus filius Johannis tenet xij. acras et faciet ferra carucarum 
domini regis de ij. maneriis per annum. 

Willelmus filius Mathei tenet in Lane' j. mesuagium et j. gardinum 
in gardenerie. 

Adam filius Orm tenet j. carucatam in Midelton' in thainagio per 
cartam domini regis et reddit per annum j.m. 

Johannes de Overton' tenet j. bovatam in thainagio et reddit 
ij.s. 

Walterus de Paries tenet j. carucatam terre in Pulton' per cartam 
domini regis et reddit per annum xv.s. 

Heres Roberti filii Gilmichaelis tenet j . carucatam terre in Witing- 
ton' et reddit xl.d. 

Gilbertus de Croft tenet ij. carucatas terre in Dalton' in thainagio 
et reddit per annum x.s. Rogerus pater eius dedit xl. acras terre 
in maritagio cum filia sua, et Gospatric Prat xl. acras reddendo per 
annum xij.d. 

Gilbertus de Kelleth tenet iij. carucatas terre in thainagio in 
Kelleth et in Bare et in Clacton' unde reddit xix.s. vj.d. Ex quibus 
Bernolf filius Orm, antecessor eius, dedit Ade de Yeland dimidiam 
carucatam terre in Bare per viij.s. Ormus filius predicti Bernardi 
dedit Ade fratri suo terciam partem tocius tene'menti sui de Kelleth 
et de Clacton'. Willelmus pater predicti G. dedit Gospatricio Albo 
xxx. acras in Clacton' et reddit xij.d. 



LANCASTER. 221 



tt « « Matildis de Kelleth tenet ij. carucatas terre in thainagio in Kelleth 

838. De e ^ m Bare et reddit xv.s. vj.d. Ipsa dedit Gilberto filio Ade 

Testa de medietatem de Koupemoneswra reddendo per annum iij.s. 

Nevill — Thomas Gerneth tenet ij. carucatas terre in thainagio in Catton' 

per xx. s. Pater eius dedit Matheo iij. bovatas reddendo vj.d. Pre- 

dictus vero Thomas dedit Ade fratri suo ij. bovatas terre reddendo 

per annum iij.d. 

Heres Mathei Gerneth tenet unam pasturam de domino rege et 
reddit per annum dimidiam mar cam. 

Willelmus de Hest tenet j. carucatam in Midelton' et dimidiam 
carucatam in Hest in thainagio unde habet cartam domini regis et 
reddit per annum xxj.s. iiij.d. 

Prior de Lane' tenet ij. carucatas terre in Neuton et in Aldeclive 
in elemosinam ex dono Rogeri Pictaviensis. 

Dominus rex dedit Kertmel Willelmo Maressello et ipse earn 
dedit canonicis de Bredenestoc in elemosinam scilicet ix. carucatas 
terre unde cartam predicti Willelmi et confirmacionem domini regis 
et antecessorum suorum habent. 

Burgenses de Lane' tenent j. carucatam terre in Lane' in libero 
burgagio et libere per cartam domini regis et reddunt per annum 
xx. m. 

Nicholaus dedit ij. burgagia in elemosinam que solebant facere 
servicium domino regi. Predicti burgenses dicunt quod Rogerus 
Pictaviensis dedit Warino parvo dimidiam bo va tarn terre in Lane' 
et p'e 1 illam tenuit usque ipse et uxor sua se reddiderunt in religione 
in domum de Furneis et monachi de Furneis illam terram libere 
tenuerunt usque adventum Galfridi de Valon'. Ipse vero voluit 
ut villa domini regis in gra 2 esset et seisiavit illam terram in manu 
domini regis et fecit burgagia de ea, et fecerunt consuetudines et 
servicia sicut alii et iurati fuerunt ad arma et sic fuerunt usque 
adventum domini comitis de Moreton' qui nunc est rex, sed nessciunt 
si eis aliquam libertatem inde dedit, et tenent vij. burgagia unde 
nichil faciunt domino regi. 

Gamel de Bothelton' et Dawe qui est in manu domini regis et 
Annais et Thomas et Gilbertus et Godit et Simon tenent ij. carucatas 
terre et dimidiam in Bothelton' et reddiderunt olim xl.s. cum 
consuetudinibus et postea, deletis consuetudinibus, dederunt domino 
regi de incremento ij.m. unde nunc reddunt per totum v.m. 

In Sline est dimidia carucata que est in manu domini regis quam 
quidam carpentarius tenuit nomine Gilmichaelis filii Godwini. 

Thomas Alius Ade tenet vj. bovatas terre in Gersigham per 
foresteriam. Bernardus ancessor 3 eius dedit Bernardo filio suo ij. 
bovatas faciendo fornsecum. 4 

Galfridus films Bernardi dedit Ade fratri suo dimidiam bovatam 
in eadem villa et reddit j. libram piperis. Idem Galfridus dedit 
priori de Lane' v. acras terre in elemosinam. 

Willelmus Alius DolAn et Willelmus Alius Gilberti tenent ij. 
bovatas terre in Gersigham per foresterriam. 

Willelmus Alius Ricardi de Thataim tenet ij. carucatas terre in 
Thatham et in Yreby in thainagio et reddit per annum xxviij.s. 

1 Read ipse. 2 Read integra. 

3 Read antecessor. 4 Read forinsecum, 



222 A.D. 1212. 



s - ij- 6 - Antecessor eius dedit Bernardo filio Acke i. bovatam terre et reddit 

SOS— 

838. De P er annum xij.d. Idem dedit Walthevo filio Ricardi j. essartum 
Testa de et reddit per annum xij.d. Willelmus films suus dedit Willelmo 
Nevill — £li Ade in maritagio cum sorrore sua xxii. acras terre. Idem 

dedit Elye de Wenington' iiij. acras. Idem Willelmus dedit Matheo 

Gerneth vj. acras per vj.d. per annum. 

DE HONORE LANCASTRIE EXTRA LIMAM. 

Rogerus de Montebegon' tenet in Lincolnesir' et infra limam et 
extra in capite de domino rege viij. feoda militum. Antecessores 
eius dederunt monachis de Rivesbi in elemosiam xix. bovatas et 
j. mesuagium in Suthorp, et Hospitali de Lincoln' duas toftas et 
xx. acras terre in Suthorp. Rogerus de Montebegon' dedit priori 
Thornholm xl. acras et j. mesuagium in Thunstal. Idem dedit red- 
ditum j.m. in elemosinam quam Ricardus films Jacobi tenet in Lind'. 

Petrus de Mundevill' tenet iij. bovatas in capite de domino rege 
in Angotebi per servicium unius bracheht j. coloris. 

In Gringel thorp feudum j. militis quod Petrus Maleth debet tenere 
de heredibus Trussebut qui antiquitus solebant tenere in capite 
de domino rege, illud scilicet quod Willelmus films Simonis tenet 
ad presens. 

Prior de Wyngal' tenet j. carucatam in Keleseya de dono Rogeri 
Pictaviensis, set nesscitur per quod servicium. 

Galfridus Carbonel tenet feodum dimidii militis in Lincolnesir' 
in capite de domino rege, scilicet in Ribi. 

Abbas de Grimmesbi et domina de Coton' tenent feudum dimidii 
militis in Lincolnesir', scilicet in Swalewe de domino rege. 

Advocatus de Beton' tenet feodum dimidii militis in Lincolnesir' 
in capite de domino rege in Boby de dono Regis Stephani. 

Dominus rex habet in Navenebi xiij.l. per annum. 

Domina de Marcenebi 1 habet in eadem villa de redditu v.m. et 
dimidiam de dono Henrici Regis, set nesscitur per quod servicium. 

Domus hospitalis Lincoln' tenet vj. marcatas terre in elemosina 
in Navenebi de dono Agace Brethel. Antecessores ipsius Agacie 
habuerunt illam terram de dono Henrici Regis primi. 

Willelmus de Basoges, Radulfus de Sancto Jorgio, et Ricardus 
de FurnelF tenent feodum dimidii militis in Wallingauere in capite 
de domino rege. Idem Willelmus in eadem villa feodum dimidii 
militis quod Adam de Yseni tenet de eo. Et hoc feodum integrum 
dedit dominus Rex Stephanus antecessoribus predictorum Willelmi 
et Radulfi et Ricardi. 

Nicholaus de Verdon' tenet iij. partes j. militis de domino rege in 
Kirkebi quas Roays mater eius tenet de eo. 

Domina Hyllaria Trussebut tenet feodum j. militis in Melton' 
et fecit inde servicium in tempore domini Regis Ricardi. set nunc 
non facit. Et nesscitur per quod warrantum. 

leicestirsir'. 

Robertus del Harestan tenet feodum j. militis in capite de domino 
rege in Lincolnesir'. 



1 Bead Domus de Marceney. 



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223 



s - ij- 6 - Galfridus Luterel tenet Croxton' in capite pro dimidio feodo 

838 De militis - . 

Testa de Henricus Falconarius tenet feodum j. militis in Brocton' in 
Nevili — Leicestersir' de dono Ricardi Bussel. 

cont. 



S. ij. 6. 
I. 73-75. 



notinghamsir' in libro. 

Heredes Radulfi Fraser tenent feodum dimidii militis in Anestan 
Parva. 

Michael de Malnowers tenet feoda ij. militum in capite de domino 
rege unde j. feodum est in Notingamsir' et aliud in Eboracisir' de 
dono Stephani comitis de Moreton'. 

Domina de Flintham tenet feodum j. militis in capite de domino 
rege ex dono predicti Stephani. 

Willelmus Alius Willelmi tenet j. carucatam terre et dimidiam in 
Warrebere de domino rege per j. brachet et j. velusam et ij. linthea 
et j. auriculam, sed nunc non facit servicium inde et nesscitur per 
quod warantum. 

Radulfus de Sancto Jorgio et Ricardus de FurnelF tenent feodum 
j. militis in capite de domino rege in Bothemmeshul. 

Heres Ranulfi de Mareseia tenet feoda iij. militum de domino rege 
ex quibus ij. sunt in Notinghamsire et j. feodum in Hoilande. 

Villata de Notingham debet reddere honori de Lane' c.s. per 
annum, et villata de Derby c.s. quos comes de Ferrers capit nunc 
et vicecomes Lancastrie non habet warantum inde. 



Willelmus de Gressele tenet Drakelawe in capite et reddit j. arcum 
sine corda et j. quivfre de Tutesbir' et xij. sagittas et j. buszonem. 

Willelmus Alius Wakelin tenet Stainesbi cum pertinenciis reddendo 
per annum quendam nisum sorum ex dono Henrici Regis. 

Galfridus de Costetin tenet feodum j. militis in capite de domino 
rege in Thorp in StafTordesire et facit inde servicium militare. 

Comes Rogerus tenet Sthonham in capite de domino rege, set 
nescimus per quod servicium set dicitur quod tenet per socagium. 
Idem comes tenet feodum Hugonis Ruffi, feodum iij. militum de 
domino rege in capite. 

Willelmus Esturmi tenet feodum iij. militum in capite, set non 
facit servicium nisi de duobus militibus. 

Adam de Ottele tenet feodum ij. militum in capite. Adam de 
Glaidon' et Hugo de Hage tenent dimidium feodum de eodem 
tenemento. 

Rogerus de Muriell' tenet feodum j. militis de feudo Bussellorum 
quod est in manu domini regis. 

Thomas de Muleton' tenet iij. partes feodi j. militis de domino 
rege in capite scilicet Thurstaneston'. Gilbertus de Cantwah" tenet 
in eadem villa quartam partem j. militis. 

Willelmus Hervi tenet in Boxstude feodum dimidii militis. 

Willelmus de Huntigfeld tenet feodum j. militis in Mendam de 
domino rege in capite. 

Osbertus de Waichesha' tenet in Culfo in capite quartam partem 
j. militis. 



224 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij. 6. Willelmus de Verdon' in eadem villam 1 tenet quartern 2 partem 

_e„;;.° j. miiitis. 

Margerie de Hasting' tenet feodum j. miiitis in Thorp. 

Ansellus de Neuton' tenet de herede Theodbaldi Walteri septimam 
partem feodi j. miiitis. 

Heres Willelmi de Ceresi tenet vicesimam partem feodi j. miiitis 
in Gretinge et nullum facit servicium domino regi. 

S. ij. 6. IN NORTHFOLC. 3 

Willelmus Albus tenet in Heineford feudum j. miiitis in capite 
de domino rege et Willelmus Rocelin tenet illud tenementum de eo. 

Warrais de Cham tenet in Maideneton' quartern 2 partem feodi 
j. miiitis quod fuit Roberti le Waleis. 

Rogerus le Pouerre tenet Fretham quod fuit Roberti Bertram per 
preceptum domini regis. 

Hervi Gorge tenuit j. carucatam terre de domini rege et ante- 
cessoribus suis in feudo unde reddidit annuatim domino regi unum 
lintheum et unam velusam et j. auriculam, quam Rogerus de MurielP 
abstulit ab eo et dedit terram illam in maritagio cuidam nepti sue ; 
predicta terra reddit per annum xx.s. et dominus rex amisit servicium 
suum. 

Hugo de Aubervilla tenet in Eddoneston' j. carucatam terre sine 
waranto et deberet servare j. austurcum annuatim domino regi, set 
nullum facit servicium ad presens. 

Antecessores Willelmi de Huntingfeld fundaverunt quandam 
domum religionis in Mendam in feudo de Lane'. 

Rogerus de MurielP et antecessores eius dederunt Ospitali 
Ierosolyme 4 x. acras scilicet de eadem terra quam abstulit de Hervi 
Gorge. Idem Rogerus dedit de suo dominico Rogero homini suo 
ij. acras terre et dimidiam quas dictus Rogerus dedit Ospitali 
Ierosolyme. Predictus Rogerus et antecessores eius dederunt 
Sancto Bartholomeo unam acram terre. Idem dederunt priori de 
Butele servicium Hervei Senesscalli, scilicet viij.s. Idem dederunt 
domui de Butele reditum v.s. et domui de Batesford reditum ij.s. 

Item Lancastr'. Cumb. 

[Endorsed ; — ] De Testa de NeviW. Dominica regis in subscripts 
comitatibus ; continet xiij. pecias. 

[Endorsed in a later hand : — ] Northumberlaunde (struck out), Honor 
de Walingford, Sumersete, Dorsete, Notingtham, Dereby, Wigornia, 
Launcastir, in libro. Lancastre. Lancastr' in libro. De Testa de Nevil. 
Cumber\ 



1 Read villa. 2 Read quartam. 

3 The return for the honour of Lancaster in Norfolk was not copied into 
the Book of Fees. 

4 The exact nature of the contraction employed to represent this word is 
indeterminate. 



LANCASTER. 225 



(TEXT B.) 
rr 'loo' I n noc comitatu faciunt xxiiij. carucate feodum j. militis. 

842. De . 

Testa de Lancastria. Gilbertus films Rainfridi j. militem de quo Will el - 
Nevill'. mus ^ e Lancastria dedit v. carucatas in duabus Eccliston' et Lair- 
brec, quas Ricardus de Molinaus et Willelmus Blundus, Radulfus 
de Eccliston' et Walterus filius Swein et Galfridus tenent. 

Dedit eciam in Forton ij. bovatas quas Her' 1 de Le tenet ; et 
ij. carucatas in Haiecath et Cathale 2 et ij. bovatas in Winemeresleg', 
et ij . bovatas in Crumbles et ij . carucatas in Cokeram et ij . carucatas 
in Ellehal', et ij. carucatas in Scotford', et dimidiam carucatam in 
Lancastria, et ij. bovatas in Corneford, et dimidiam carucatam 
in Eston'. 

Willelmus Pincerna viij. milites ; in CropphuP et v. carucatas in 
Bekeneshow, Neubolde, Trafford, medietas de Uuetorp', Hole, Calver- 
ton, et iij. carucatas in Nesciliar, 3 et iiij. bovatas in Barton, unde x. 
carucate faciunt j. militem ; item j. carucatam in Torinton' unde 
x. faciunt militem; item j. carucatam in Widehull' et Halsal' et 
x. et cetera, et j. carucatam in Rixton', j. carucatam in Aderton', 
j. carucatam in Sanki. De predictis viij. feodis tenet Willelmus 
Pincerna iij. feoda in Lindesham, unde Robertus filius Ricardi tenet 
j. feodum in Croxton' et Fillingeham et Hiam, Robertus Brito dimi- 
dium feodum in Heneword' et Helsam et Butheham, Henricus 
filius Radulfi j. in Phillingeham, Willelmus filius Winnoc dimidium 
in Higham. 

Ricardus de Molineus dimidium militem in x. carucatis terre et 
dimidia. 

Baronia de Penuertham v. milites. 

Theobaldus Walteri dimidium militem. 

Rogerus de Lascy v. milites de feodo de Cliderho. 

Heres Ricardi filii Rogeri quartam. 

Rogerus constabularius Cestrie iiij. feoda infra limam de baronia 
constabularii, de quibus Ricardus filius Roberti j. militem, Willelmus 
filius Mathei j., Templarii j. carucatam, Hospitalarii ij. carucatas 
in elemosina, Abbas de Stanlawe iij. carucatas, Ricardus de Mulinas 
iij. carucatas, de quibus omnibus x. carucate faciunt j. feodum, 
Hugo de Morton' ij. carucatas unde xij. faciunt et cetera, Hugo 
de Tildesle j. carucatam unde x.j., Alanus de Hesele dimidiam 
carucatam. 

Rogerus Gernet j. in forestaria. 

Robertus Gresle xij. milites infra limam et extra, de quibus 
Matheus filius Willelmi et Rogerus tenent j. in Withton 4 et de 
antiquitate debent invenire domino regi j. judicem, Gilbertus de 
Norton 5 j. et dimidium, Thomas de Mitinton 6 dimidium, Ricardus 
filius Roberti v. carucatas et dimidiam in Childewell, Aspel, Turton', 
BrokhaP unde vj. et dimidia faciunt militem, Rogerus de Saielesbir' 7 
et Alexander tenent vj tam carucatam in Harewode, heredes Orm 

1 Read Henricus. 2 Read Caterhale. 

3 Read Ines ; the text of the 1212 return has in Ines scilicet. 

4 Read Withinton'. 5 Read Notton. 

6 Read Witinton'. 7 Read Samelesbir'. 

Wt. 3705. » 15 



226 A.D. 1212. 



S. ij- 2. filii Ailward i. militem in Dalton, Perebold et Wictrinton', Alexander 
84 .; £>" de Pakinton 1 quartam et j. judicem, Thomas de Pereton 2 terciam 
Testa de in Rowinton' et Lestok Robertus de Beri dimidium in xiiij. bovatis 
Neviir— de Mamecestr'. 

Rogerus de Muntbegon viij. milites infra limam et extra, de 

quibus Adam de Buri j., Rogerus de Middelton' j., Gilebertus de Notton 

quartam, Johannes Malerbe x. carucatas et vj. bovatas in Croxton'. 

Jarvord de Hilton' vj tam partem j. militis de rege in Pen- 

yelton'. 

Willelmus de Lauton' vj. carucatas et dimidiam de rege, unde ix. 
et dimidia faciunt j. militem et j. judicem. 
Thomas de Goldburg' 3 terciam partem. 
Ricardus de Winewike j. carucatam per servicium militis. 
Adam de Middelton j. carucatam per idem servicium. 
Rogerus de Montebegon' viij. milites in Lincolnesir'. 
Petrus Malet j. feodum in Grungeltorp', modo heredes 
Trussebut. 

Galfridus Carbonel dimidium in Ryby. 

Abbas de Grimesbi et domina de Cotton' dimidium in Swalewe. 
Advocatus de Betun' dimidium in Boby de dono Regis Stephani. 
Willelmus de Besoches, Radulfus de Sancto Remi'o 4 et Ricardus 
de Fornellis vj. 5 milites in Walingeure. Idem Willelmus dimidium 
ibidem quod Adam de Yseny tenuit. 

Nicholaus de Verdun iij. partes in Kirkeby. 
Hyllaria Trussebut j. militem in Melton'. 
Robertus de Harestan j. militem. 
Galfridus Luterel dimidium in Croxton'. 
Henricus Falconarius j. in Brocton' in Leicestresir'. 
Heredes Radulfi Fraser dimidium in Anestan' Parva in Notingham- 
sir\ 

Michael de Malnoers ij. unde j. est in Notinghamsir', alius 6 in 
Ebor' de dono comitis Moretonie. 

Domina de Flintham j. de dono eiusdem. 

Radulfus de Sancto Ordgo 7 et Willelmus 7 de Fornellis j. in 
Betremeshul. 8 

Ranulfus de Mareseye iij. de quibus ij. in Notingham' et j. in 
Ebor'. 

Galfridus de Costantin j. in Torp in Staffordsir'. 
Comes Rogerus Stonham ; nescitur per quod servicium, set dicit 
quod per sochagium ; in rotulo honoris 9 iiij. milites. 

Idem tenet iij. feoda que fuerunt Hugonis Rufi qui 10 tenuit de 
hoc honore. 

Willelmus Estormi iij. milites, non reddit nisi duos. 

Adam de Otteleg' ij. milites. 

Adam de Glaidon' et Hugo de Heye dimidium. 

1 Read Pilkinton 2 Read Perepount. 

3 Read Goldburn'. 4 Read Jorgio. 

5 Read dimidium militem. 6 Read aliud. 

7 Read Jorgio et Ricardus. v 8 Read Bothemmeshul. 

9 These three words are not in the 1212 return above. But cf. Red Book, 
p. 478. 

10 These words are not in the 1212 return, 



cont. 



LANCASTER. 227 



s - ij- 2 - Rogerus de Morevill' 1 j. de feodo Bussellorum. 
84'i. 8 De Thomas de Muleton' iij. partes in Turstanestan'. 
Testa de Gilebertus de KentewelP quartam ibidem. 
Neviir Willelmus Hervi dimidium in Boxstede. 

Willelmus de Huntingefeld j. in Mendham. 

Osbertus de Wachesham quartam in Culfo. 

Willelmus de Verdun quartam ibidem. 

Margar' de Hasting' j. in Torp. 

Anselmus 2 de Neweton' septimam partem. 

Heredes Willelmi de Cressi 3 vicesimam in Gre tinge. 

IN NORFULKE. 

Willelmus Blundus, Willelmus Rocelin de eo, j. in Heingford. 

Werrois de Kam quartam in Maideneton' quod fuit Roberti 
Walensis. 

Rogerus le Poure Frakeham 4 quod fuit Roberti Berteram ; nescitur 
quo modo. 

SERIANTERIE. 

Henricus de Waleton' xiiij. bovatas terre in Waleton' et Wastputt' 5 
et Neusom pro esse capitalis serviens de hundredo de Derbysir'. 

Ada films Gille ij. bovatas de eodem servicio sub Henrico. 

Ricardus prepositus ij. bovatas pro wannagio et namio regis 
custodiendis. 

Quenilda de Kyrkedal j. carucatam pro thesauro regis conducendo 
usque Blakebroc. 

Galfridus Balistarius vj. carucatas de dono Regis Johannis per 
duas archibalistas. 

Alanus filius Ricardi dimidiam carucatam in Syngelton' pro 
custodia de wapentac in Aumodernesse. 

Edwinus carpentarius j. bovatam terre in Cadwalset' per car- 
pentariam. 

Hamo de Macy, Hugo de Strafford pro eo, j. carucatam terre in 
Strafford per servicium unius judicis. 

Henricus filius Syward iij. bovatas et quartam partem unius judicis. 

Robertus de Middelton per servicium unius judicis. 

Ricardus filius Hervici 6 iiij. partem judicis. 

Gilebertus de Croft j. carucatam per servicium austurcarii. 

Hugo de Croft v. bovatas per idem servicium. 

Robertus prepositus ij. bovatas pro prepositura. 

Adam de Kellot ij. 7 carucatas per serianteriam ibidem. 

Thomas Gernet ij. carucatas per venerar, 8 scilicet per cornu. 

Hugo de Oxeclive j. carucatam per carpentariam. 

Radulfus de Bolronn j. carucatam per mazonariam. 

Rogerus de Skerdon' dimidiam carucatam per servicium pre- 
positure. 

Robertus de Overton' iiij. bovatas per idem servicium. 

1 Read Muriellis. 2 Read Ansellus. 

3 Read Ceresi. 4 Read Freteham. 

6 Read Wastrete. 6 Read Henrici. 

7 Read Kellet iij. 8 Read venerie. 



228 A.D. 1212. 



S- u- 2 - Rogerus Albus vii. acras in Lancastria per carpentariam. 

TT QQQ a • 

84? De Rogerus films Johannis xij. acras et faciei ferramenta carucarum 

Testa de regis. 

Neviir— Gilebertus 1 filius Mathei j. mesagium in Lancastria pro gardi- 

cont. -,„—!« 

nana. 

Thomas filius Ade vj. bovatas in Gersingeham per forestariam. 

Willelmus filius Dolfini et Willelmus filius Gileberti ij. bovatas 
in Gersingham per servicium forestarie. 

EXTRA LIMAM. 

Petrus de Mandevill' iij. bovatas in Angoreby 2 per j. brachetum 
unius coloris. 

Prior de WinghaP j. carucatarri in Keles' ; nescitur per quod 
servicium, de dono Rogeri Pictavensis. 

Willelmus filius Willelmi j. carucatam in Waresbore per j. brachetum 
et j. velosam et ij. lintheamina et j. auricularium. 

Willelmus de Gresle Drakelawe per j . arcum sine corda et f aretram 
de Tutesbire et xij. sagittas et j. buzon. 

Willelmus filius Waukelini Steynesbi per j. nisum sorum. 

Hervi Gorge j. carucatam per j. lintheamen et j. velusam et j. 
auricularium ; Rogerus de MurielP tollit illud servicium. 

Hugo de Aubervill' j. carucatam in Edeneston' pro custodia unius 
austurci. 

[Endorsed : — ] Lane 9 . In libro. 

1 Read Willelmus. 2 Read Angotebi. 






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A.D. 1211-1213. 

The following list does not belong to any of the general series of returns 
transcribed in the Book of Fees. Nor is there any direct evidence as to whether 
it represents a return sent up from the country or a compilation made at the 
Exchequer. 

The Archdeacon of Stafford, who is mentioned in the first entry as having 
the wardship of the heir of Oliver fitz Neal, obtained it in the financial year 
ending at Michaelmas 1207. 1 Brian de Lisle, who is mentioned in the second 
entry as responsible for the barony of Ralph Taisson, was entrusted with it 
in February 1208. 2 On the other hand, the statement that John of Bassing- 
bourne was responsible for the Honour of Tickhill, cannot be later than the 
spring of 1214, when Ralph, Count of Eu, obtained restitution of his lands. 3 
Michael de 'Maunuers,' who is entered as holding two fees at Holme, was 
presumably the predecessor of Leon de Malnoers who became accountable for 
a relief of 10Z. before October 1213. 4 William de Harcourt, who is mentioned 
in the last entry in connexion with the fee of the Constable of Chester, occurs 
elsewhere as one of the administrators of the estate of Roger de Lacy, Constable 
of Chester, who died in the autumn of 121 1. 5 Inasmuch then as John de 
Lacy, son and heir of Roger, obtained possession of most of his inheritance 
two years later, the list may apparently be ascribed to the period between 
October 1211 and September 1213. 6 

The entry concerning Clayworth affords some further evidence of date. 
According to the Pipe Rolls, land there to the yearly value of 11 2s. was for a 
considerable period in the possession of William fitz Robert fitz Hugh. For 
some two years from Michaelmas 1211, it was in the hand of the king. Hugh 
fitz Robert was returned as the late owner in the summer of 1212, and 
Marina his relict obtained a tardy assignment of dower there in August 121 3, 7 
but the Pipe Roll of 1212 ignores his brief tenancy. Before Michaelmas in 
that year, William of Hartshill undertook to pay the 100 marks mentioned 
in the text printed below. 8 At the time of the compilation of the list, he 
had not found the necessary sureties, and in point of fact he did not get the 
land falling to him by inheritance until 1221, when two great men became 
sureties for his payment of a fifth of the sum originally demanded by the 
Crown. 9 

1 Pipe Roll, 9 John, Essex. 

2 Rotuli Litter arum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 104. 

3 Rotuli Litterarum Patentium, p. 116; Pipe Roll, 16 John, Nottingham and 
Derby. 

4 Pipe Roll, 16 John, Nottingham and Derby, in the ' Oblata ' and therefore 
brought forward from the previous year, the roll for which is missing. 

5 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 472 ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 120. 

6 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 494. 

7 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 147. 

8 " Willelmus de Hardredeshull debet cm. pro habenda terra." Pipe Roll, 
14 John, Nottingham and Derby. " Willelmus de Hardreshull debet cm. pro 
habenda terra de Clawurde, set non debet summoneri quia non habuit nee habere 
potuit pro quo promisit." Pipe Roll, 16 John, Nottingham and Derby. 

9 Fine Roll, 6 Hen. III. m. 9. The entry is not printed in the Excerpta. 



230 A.D. 1211-1213. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 

I. 94-95. Heres Oliveri filii Nigelli tenet feodum unius militis in Langeford' 
et est in custodia archidiaconi Stafford'. Et est de episcopatu 
Cestrie. 

Brianus de Insula debet respondere de baronia Radulfi Tessun 
in Watelay et soka. 

Idem debet respondere de baronia Radulfi filii Stephani. 

Johannes de Bassingburn' debet respondere de honore de Tyke- 
hill'. 

Radulfus Musard' tenet feodum dimidii militis in Stanlee 1 de 
baronia de Musarderia. 

Willelmus Briwer' tenet feoda x. militum in Notinghamsir' et 
Derbysir' de dono domini Regis Johannis de baronia de Burun'. 

Fulco Painel defendebat baroniam suam de Bingh' per servicium 
j. militis. Ipse vero feffavit Hugonem de Bingham et Johannem 
de Cruce per servicium illud. Postea dissaisitus fuit idem Fulco 
de baronia ilia occasione precepti domini regis de terris Normannorum 
et data fuit villa ilia cum pertinenciis Henrico de Baillol pro xl. 
libratis terre, et servicium predictorum Hugonis et Johannis retentum 
fuit in manu domini regis. 

Ricardus Basset tenet feodum j. militis in Coleston' et Radulfus 
Basset pro eo. 

Ricardus de Sutton' tenet feodum j. militis in Sutton' de honore 
Richem', unde Petrus de Leonibus debet respondere. 

Stephanus de Bello Campo tenet c. solidatas terre in Cotes in 
Derbysir', reddendo unum brachetum in adventu domini regis in 
Derbysir'. 

Brocton' fuit terra Alvredi de Suleny, cuiusdam Normanni, et saisita 
fuit in manu domini regis, set dominus rex reddidit illam comiti 
Cestrie eo quod miles ille tenuit de eo. Et mater comitis tenet earn 
in dotem. Et est feodum j. militis. 

Robertus de Chaurces tenet feodum j. militis in capite in Marnham 
et Waddewrth'. 

Rogerus de Munbegun feodum j. militis in Tukesford' et soka 
in baronia. 

Willelmus de Aubeny tenet xxvj. libratas terre in Orskinton' 
per servicium ij. militum. 

Willelmus filius Roberti tenuit centum et xij. solidatas terre in 
Clawrth' reddendo inde annuatim unum spervarium muer'. 2 Et 
adhuc est in manu domini regis et Willelmus de HardreshilP finem 
fecit pro terra ilia per cm. et nondum plegium invenit. 

Magister Alanus de Bollesovere tenet lxxv. solidatas et tres 
denariatas terre et 3 Oswardebec per servicium unius paris calcarium 
ad aurum. 

Rogerus de Lanun tenet iiij or marcas redditus et molendinum 
de Tilne per servicium j. spervarii sori. 

Henricus Corbin tenet ij . marcatas terre in Derleton', sed nescimus 
per quod servicium. 

1 Read Stavele. 2 Read mutarium or muez. 

3 Read in, or in soka de as in Pipe Roll, 13 John, Nottingham and 
Derby. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 231 



I. 94-95 Agatha Bretel tenet feodum j. militis in Flintham. 
—cont. Willelmus Pincerna tenet feodum ij. militum in CrophilP et Kinel- 
ton' et alibi. 

Michael de Maunuers tenet feodum ij. militum in Holm'. 

Robertus de Gresley tenet feodum j. militis in Cotegrave. 

Radulfus de Sancto Georgio et Ricardus de Furnell' tenent feoda 1 
j. militis in Bothmeshill'. 

Eustachius de Moretoin tenet feoda ij. militum in Gameleston' 
cum herede que fuit Randulfi de Marisco. 2 

Willelmus Alius Walkelini tenet Steynesby per j. spervarium 
sorum. 

Gilbertus Alius Reinfridi debet respondere de toto feodo Lan- 
castrie. 3 

Petrus de Sandiacr' tenet terram suam ad valenciam x.l. per 
ostriceriam. 

Petrus Picot tenet terram suam ad valenciam x.l. per idem ser- 
vicium. 

Willelmus Alius Willelmi tenet feoda v. militum de quibus 
Willelmus de Harecurt debet respondere, quia sunt de feodo con- 
stabularii Cestrie. 

1 Read feodum. 

2 " Eustacius de Moreton' debet c.l. pro habenda custodia terre et 
heredis Ranulfi de Mereseie " etc. Pipe Roll, 8 John, Nottingham and 
Derby. 

3 This entry appears to be directly connected with the seven entries imme- 
diately preceding. 



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A.D. 1214-1215. 

In the section of the Book of Fees devoted to the counties of Essex and 
Hertford there is a transcript of a list of fees of Richard de Raimes and of 
William de Helion in Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. The first eleven entries 
concern the Raimes estate ; the other nine concern the Helion estate. 

The date of the list is approximately fixed by the mention in it of Robert 
de Vere as tenant of half a fee at Hedingham and a fee at Tilbury (by Clare). 
The latter belonged at one time to Aubrey de Vere, Earl of Oxford, who 
was certainly living in the earlier part of the financial year beginning at 
Michaelmas 1213. x In October 1214, Robert de Vere undertook to pay 1,000 
marks for having all the lands of his brother, Earl Aubrey, who had been 
dead some weeks. 2 The list seems therefore to have been made between the 
death of Earl Aubrey and the formal investiture of Robert de Vere as an earl. 
His title as Earl of Oxford was fully recognised at the time of the issue of 
the Great Charter in June 1215. 3 

Further evidence is to be found in the Pipe Roll of 1214, which contains a 
section headed : — " Feoda militum Willelmi de Helion que sunt in manu 
regis pro defectu ipsius Willelmi." 4 The names there given correspond with 
those in the list printed below, except that Earl Aubrey appears as the owner 
of Tilbury, and the heirs of William of Felstead occupy the place of Philip of 
Burnham. The holdings in Norfolk and Suffolk are not given. This section 
of the Pipe Roll is immediately followed by a heading : — " Scutagia Ricardi 
de Reimes," with no particulars, a space being left blank. 5 

Two versions of a list of the fees of Helion, which was possibly the founda- 
tion of the list transcribed in the Book of Fees, are to be found in the Red 
Book of the Exchequer. The first of these is appended, out of place, to the 
copy of the carta of Robert de Helion of the year 1166 ; the second is included 
among the inquisitions there assigned to the 13th year of the reign of John. 6 
The Red Book contains also an altogether independent list of fees of the Honour 
of Helion in the counties of Essex and Hertford, which may have been derived 
from the sheriff's return to the royal writ of 1 June 1212. 7 

1 Pipe Roll, 16 John, Essex and Hertford. 

2 Ibid. ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 171, 173, 211. 

3 Ibid. p. 215 ; Rymer's Foedera, vol. i. p. 133 ; Matthew Paris, Chronica Majora, 
vol. ii. p. 604. 

4 A later roll gives an explanation about the fees " que ipse Willelmus reddidit 
regi, quia non potuit milites suos distringere." Pipe Roll, 2 Hen. Ill, Essex and 
Hertford. 

5 Pipe Roll, 16 John. 6 Pp. 357, 601. 
7 P. 503. 



FEES OF RAIMES AND HELION. 

n.279-280. Feoda militum que fuerunt Ricardi de Reimes in Essex 9 , 

NORFF 9 ET SUFF 9 , ET DE HELIUN IN ESSEX 9 . 

Rogerus de Mescing' tenet feoda iij. militum in Mescing' et 
pertinenciis unde Willelmus de Fresnet' tenet feodum j. militis et 



FEES OF RA1MES AND HELION. 233 



II. 279- iiij tam partem j. militis in Parva Brisat' in Sudf et prior Sancte 
280— cont. Trinitatis de Gipeswic' iiij tam partem unius militis in Tudeham 
in Sudf.' 

Leona de StutevilF tenet feodum unius militis in Byham 1 unde 
deberet facere unam medietatem heredi Ricardi de Reymes et alteram 
medietatem heredi Willelmi de Reymes. 

Willelmus filius Goscelini tenet 2 feodum ij. militum in Ardel' et 
in Reimes ; modo tenet Radulfus Pikot in seriantia ut dicit. 

Philippus Parage tenuit f eoda ij . militum in Toleshunt ; modo tenet 
Adam filius Hugonis de Herdeber'. 

Comes Rogerus liabet in Akeham iij. partes unius militis quas 
Arnaldus Ruff us tenet de eo. 

Idem comes liabet in Heingham feodum dimidii militis quod 
Robertus de Ver tenet de eo et Robertus de Cant' 3 depredicto Roberto 
in Essex'. 

Idem comes liabet feodum dimidii militis in Reinstorp in Norff'. 

Idem comes liabet vj tam partem j. militis in Hegham quod Johannes 
de Kemestorp 4 tenet de eo et Rogerus de Reimes de eo. 

Idem comes habet in Eston in Suff' feoda ij. militum que Hugo 
de Gosebec tenet de eo. 

Idem comes habet in Sudfolch' feodum unius militis quod Edmundus 
de Tudeham tenet de eo. 

Idem comes habet in Stanham et in Crofeld' iij. partes j. militis 
in Sudf quod Radulfus de Neref et Hugo de Rikingehale tenent 
de eo. 

Willelmus de Helion tenet feodum j . militis in dominico in Brum- 
stede. 5 

Robertus de Ver feodum j. militis in Tylebir' in Essex'. Henricus 
de Ver tenet de eo. 

Robertus filius Rogeri feodum unius militis et tres partes unius 
militis in Gingeton', et Kaletorp in Norff' et Suff'. 

Radulfus le Bret feodum unius militis et Alina de Arden' 6 in Essex' 
et Langeleg' in Sudf. 

Johannes Camerarius feodum dimidii militis in Sturmere in Essex'. 

Philippus de Burnham tenet dimidium feodum militis ibidem. 

Warinus filius Geroldi tenet dimidium feodum militis in Stivinton 
et Parva Rade winter in Essex'. 

Arnaldus de Mandevill' feodum dimidii militis in Bumsted' Parva. 

Johannes filius Rogeri iiij fcam partem unius militis in Bumsted'. 

Henricus de Illeg' iij. feoda in Illeg' in Sudf. 

1 Read Dyham. Cf. J. H. Round, Geoffrey de Mandeville, p. 403. 

2 Read tenuit. 3 Read Cantilupo. See Red Book, p. 356. 
4 Read Reinestorp. 6 Read Bumstede. 

6 After Arden, supply in Esse. 



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VARIOUS DATES. 

The Book of Fees contains transcripts of two early lists of tenants of the 
Honour of Boulogne, which it will be convenient to designate as A and C. 
The Red Book of the Exchequer contains another, which may be designated 
as B, and the Little Black Book of the Exchequer contains a fourth, which 
may be designated as D. 

The Patent Roll of the 2nd year of Henry III contains a list of reliefs due 
from various tenants of the Honour in December 1217, and also a list of tenants 
of the Honour in the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon who had not 
paid their scutage. Lastly, the Pipe Rolls contain accounts of the scutages 
levied on the tenants in 1217-1218 and 1221-1222. These are given in the 
Appendix. 

A. 

The nucleus of this list seems to have been drawn up as early as the reign 
of Henry II, and to have been corrected, somewhat casually, in the first decade 
of the thirteenth century. Gervase of Cornhill, whose name stands unaltered 
in one entry, was dead at Michaelmas 1185. 1 The ' Comes Willelmus ' whose 
name also stands unaltered, was presumably William de Mandeville, Earl of 
Essex, who died in 1189. 2 The list contains two mentions of Faramus de 
Boulogne, who died in 1183 or 1184. 3 In one case, an addition to the original 
gives his grandson, William de Fednes, as the actual tenant ; in the other 
case, the heirs of Faramus de Boulogne are described as the tenants. So 
again, in an entry concerning Richard de Lucy, who was dead in 1182, there 
is an addition to the effect that his land had passed to ' the heir of Ongar.' 4 
While Robert fitz Roger now figures in the list as the actual tenant of seven 
fees, the original version seems to have credited them to his father-in-law, 
William of Norwich, known also as W T illiam de Chesnay, who died in 1174. 5 

On the other hand, Oger de Curton, who is mentioned in the list as holding 
Tendring, did not obtain livery of that place until 1205. 6 The entry concern- 
ing (Great) Birch and Easthorpe can hardly be earlier than 1203, when 
William Blund obtained a lease of them, or later than 1206, when he seems 
to have conveyed to Ralph Gernon. 7 Hubert of Anstey, who was dead at 
Easter 1210, occurs six times in the list as the tenant of various lands. 8 It 

1 Pipe Roll, 31 Hen. II, p. 226. 2 Pipe Boll, 25 Hen. II, p. 128. 

3 Pipe Roll, 30 Hen. II, p. 112. 

4 Pipe Roll, 27 Hen. II, p. 102 ; Pipe Roll, 28 Hen. II, p. 98 ; The Genealogist, 
N.S. vol. xv. p. 129. 

5 Pipe Roll, 20 Hen. II, p. 40 ; Essex Archaeological Transactions, N.S. vol. viii. 
pp. 192-198 ; The Genealogist, N.S. vol. xviii. pp. 4-6. 

6 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 291. 

7 Rotuli Chartarum, p. 135 ; Rotuli Litter arum Patentium, p. 50 ; Mor ant's History 
of Essex, vol. ii. p. 1 79, note x ; Essex Archaeological Transactions, N.S. vol. xii. pp. 89, 90. 

8 " Robertus Alius Walteri reddit compotum de cccc. marcis et iiij. palefridis pro 
habendo custodiam et maritagium heredis Huberti de Anestia cum terra que fuit 
ipsius Huberti die quo obiit — Termini, ad Pascham regni regis xj mi ," etc. Pipe 
Roll, 12 John. Essex. 



INTRODUCTION. 235 



is doubtful whether any corrections or additions were made after that date. 
William de Fednes, indeed, is entered as the tenant of six fees to which he 
did not succeed until after the death of his mother Sibyl, the daughter and 
heiress of Faramus de Boulogne, many years later, but she had surrendered a 
considerable part of the inheritance to him in 1206, and it is possible that 
the annotator of the list was ignorant of the details of the family arrange- 
ment then made. 1 Or again, it is possible that he merely blundered in trans- 
cription, misreading the letters ' Sib ' as a ' W,' and so converting ' Sibill ' 
into 'Will.' 

The foregoing notes show the impossibility of assigning this document to 
any definite date. 

B. 

This list is identical with A, except with regard to a few details. The text 
is less corrupt. Being entered in the Red Book among inquisitions ' made 
in the 13th year of King John,' it is, in the printed edition, assigned to 1211- 
1212. 2 There is, however, nothing to show that it was the result of an 
inquisition, and an East Anglian jury of that date could not have returned 
Gervase of Cornhill, Earl William, or Hubert of Anstey as actual tenants. 
As explained in a previous section, the rubricated headings in the Red Book 
are not to be trusted. This List is not reproduced in the present volume. 

C. 

The sequence of some of the names and certain phrases in this list suggest 
that the compiler of it had before him the material which had been used in 
the preparation of lists A and B. The mention in it of Richard de Rivers 
with Maud de Lucy shows that it cannot be earlier than January 1214, when 
they obtained permission to marry. 3 On the other hand, the mention of 
Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, shows that it is not later than his death in 
1221, while the mention of Warin fitz Gerold shows that it is not later than 
121 8. 4 Lastly, the entry concerning Tendring can hardly be earlier than 
1217, when Thomas de Longueville acquired a fee there from Oger de Curton. 5 

The date of the list seems therefore to be 1217-1218. It may have been 
made by the steward of the Honour. While it appears to be free from the 
anachronisms of A and B, the later part of it, dealing with the demesnes of 
the Honour, is, in its present form, so imperfect as to be almost unintelligible 
without the assistance of the other versions. 

D. 

While the sequence of fees in this list corresponds generally with that in C, 
the names of the tenants agree more closely with those in A and B. Thus 
it mentions among the tenants Hubert of Anstey, who, as has been seen, was 
dead at Easter 1210. Apart from the value of this version for purposes of 
collation with the others, it has some marginal and interlinear additions and 
corrections of obviously later date. The note concerning Ralph fitz Nicholas 
cannot be earlier than 1227, when he obtained a grant of lands of Hugh de 
Cantelo, who had been hanged for felony. 6 Nevertheless, the names of several 

1 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 68, 79, 226. 2 Pp. 575-583. 

3 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 517. 

4 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 350, 363. 

5 Feet of Fines for Essex, vol. i. pp. 49, 63. 

6 Calendar of Charter Rolls, vol. i. p. 1. 



236 VARIOUS DATES. 



tenants who had died long before that date were allowed to remain 
uncorrected. 

Although this list was printed by Hearne, in his edition of the Liber Niger 
Scaccarii, he did not clearly discriminate between the original text and the 
additions. It is therefore reprinted in the Appendix to this volume. 



HONOUR OF BOULOGNE. 



(TEXT A.) 

11.271-274. FEODA HONORIS BONONIE. 

Comes de Gisnes xij. milites de eodem honore. De quibus iij. 
sunt in Stivinton' et Parva Wahull' in Bedeford'. 

Comes W. Marescallus iiij. 1 milites de eodem honore 2 in Bed' 8 

et Trumpeton'. 
Abbas Sancti Albani iij. milites de eodem in Tholeshunt' et 

Goldhangr'. 
Henricus de Merk' iij. milites de eodem in Holand' et Lale- 
ford. 
Willelmus de Mustroil vj. de eodem honore. Inde Hubertus de 
Anesty in Redes well' ij. milites. 

Radulfus de CornhulP j. militem et iij. quarteria in Clarette. 
Comes Albericius ij. milites et j. quarterium in Gelham. 
Pheramus de Bononia x. Willelmus 4 de Fenes vj. milites in 
Lamburn' in Essex. 5 Fifide et La Blakehull' Lagefar' et unum 
membrum quod Radulfus de Marcy tenet et quedam pars in Wyham 
quam Templarii tenent et quedam pars in Herlaue quam Gilbertus 
tenet ; omnes iste particule ij. milites. In Alfladewyk' et Hichinton' 
in Hertford' et in Cotes in Cant' et quoddam socagium in villa de 
Cant' ; omnes iste iiij. particule ij. milites. 

Baldewinus de Bodanvill' 6 v. milites in Glepton 7 in Hunt' cum 
quodam membro in Hulmo. 

Willelmus de Norwich', modo Robertus Alius Rogeri, vij. milites in 
Thorp Wydonis Andigavensis, Massingham Anemere, 8 * * Wyching- 
ham, in Norff', 9 et in Chishull' in Essex' j. feodum. Summa vij. 

Robertus de Lucy v. milites quos Milo de Sumery tenet de eo in 
Dodenho, Lebe 10 cum Craule in Essex'. Set negat j. feodum. 

Radulfus de Roucestr' v. milites in Rivenhale in Essex', Bercweye 
et Niueselles in Hertf, et Erswelle et Coleworth 11 in Suff'. 
Gervasius de CornhulP et Radulfus de Axstede v. milites. 
Comes Rogerus iiij or milites in Parva No tie et Parva Stanford' 
juxta Angr'. Negat j. feodum. 

Gilbertus de Lacy iiij 01 milites in Niuenham in Essex' juxta 
Waleden'. 

I Read iij. 2 Bead comite. 

3 Read Dukesword. 4 x. Willelmus may be an error for modo Sibilla. 

5 After Essex' supply ij. milites. 

6 Read Dudauvill'. He was also known as Baldewinus de Riparia. 

7 Read Glatton'. *. 

8 In the space left between Anemere and Wychingham insert Frenge. 

9 After Norff' supply vj. feoda. 10 Read La Le. 

II Read Cukeleworth'. 



HONOUR OF BOULOGNE. 237 



II. 271- Robertus de Rivaus 1 iiij or milites in Bren et Tunich* KekesworcT 
274— cont. e ^ X<okesword' 2 quam Gervasius de Sperkeford' tenet per j. militem 
in Somers\ 

Ricardus de Lucy, modo heres de Angr', iiij or milites in Angr\ 
Staunford', Roping. 3 

Hervi de Tornebu iij. milites in Brich' et Esthorp' quam Willelmus 
Blundus tenet in Essex'. 

Hubertus de Anesty iij. milites in Anesty, Hormed, Braghing' in 
Hertford'. 

Henricus de Merc iij. milites in Berdefeud', Lattun', Sortegrave 
juxta Neuport, Finchingfeud' quam Petrus Alius Alewini tenet. 
Weston' juxta Clar' et Lonewell' 4 quam Eustachius Salvag' tenet. 

Galfridus de Fercles iij. milites in Alesford' in Essex' et Grancete 
in Cant' cum pertinenciis in Cotes et Elveden', Stanfeld'. 

Radulfus de la Neuland' ij. milites in Neuland et Luttewod' in 
Essex'. 

Simon de Merc ij. milites in Dunemaue, Lonewell', 4 Stanemere, 
Damesden' juxta Plessetum et Bansted' quam Gilbertus tenet cum 
quarta parte j. militis quam Johannes Flandr' in eadem Bansted' 
in Essex'. 

Emma de Cantelou ij. milites in Smepetun' 5 cum quodam membro 
de Pebeners in Essex' et Fineberg' et Buckeshal' in Suff' [quam 
heredes Ade Cokerel tenent in Suff']. 6 

Emgerard Maskerel ij. milites in Coin' et Leger' per j. feodum 
quas prior Sancti Botulphi tenet et in bosco de 7 Horseye quas abbas 
de Sancta Escha 8 tenet per j. feodum. 

Arnulphus Anglicus ij. milites in Merseye quam Walterus de 
Haya tenet 9 et Legere quam Rosa de Haya pro iij. partibus et in 
Teye quam Walterus Anglicus tenet pro quarterio. 

Johannes de Hort 10 ij. milites inWalmesford', Sibinton' et Stewinton' 
in Hunt' j. militem et in Estwikeland' 11 et Bluntliesh' 12 j. militem. 

Reynfridus 13 de Kyrketot j. militem in Ouesden' in Suff'. 

Willelmus de Wytsand j. militem in Perindon' in Essex'. 

Hugo de Boxsted' j. militem in Boxstede in Essex'. 

Alof Malegreffe j. militem in Hornigdon' in Essex'. 

Willelmus de Merc j. militem in Cesterton' in Hunt'. 

Garinus films Gerardi j. militem in Gamenegeye in Cant'. 

Alof de Bectun' 14 j. militem in Becton' 14 in Kancia. 

Willelmus filius Otonis j. militem in Beltham 15 in Essex'. 

Henricus Lohold' j. militem in Tolleber' in Essex'. 

Comes Willelmus iiij tam partem in Stok' in Hertford'. 

Abbatissa de Berkyng' terciam partem in Hauekesbery in Essex'. 

I Bead Ewias. 2 Bead Cumich, Lekesword' et Lokeston. 
3 Read Roying'. 4 Read Ronewell'. 

6 Read Smetheton'. 

6 These seven words are wrongly inserted after the first tenet in the 
succeeding entry. They are rightly placed in B. 

7 For bosco de read Bilcho et. 8 Read Ositha. 

9 After tenet supply per j. militem. 10 For Hort read Merc. 

II Read Estduniland'. 12 Read Blunteshal'. 

13 Read Heynfridus. Cf. Rotuli de Oblatis, p. 301. 14 Read Boctun'. 
15 Bead Belcham, 



238 VARIOUS DATES. 



II. 271- Anselinus de Habington i. militem in Habington' in comitatu 
274 -^'-Cant'. 

Willelmus Ruffus dimidium militem in Bassingburn' in Cant'. 
Johannes de Borham j. militem in Borham, Badeue, Waltham cum 
quodam membro in RonewelP in Essex'. 

Enger' de Blendec j. militem in Merseye, Elteneye, Doniland'. 
De quibus Alexander de Britlingeseye tenet dimidium militem et 
prior de Bykenacr' de eo. 

Ogerus de Curtun' j. militem in Tentindring' 1 et Find et quoddam 
membrum in Doniland' in Essex'. 

Feoda de Chebbing'set 2 j. militem in Masseber' quod canonici 
de Sancto Martino tenent et Pelsingho 3 quam Hubertus de Anesy 4 
tenet et j. membrum in Teye quam canonici Sancte Trinitatis 
Londoniarum tenent. 

Feoda Guninghar 5 j. militem in Blecham 6 quam Thomas Dau- 
martyn tenet et Thopesfeld' quam Abbericius 7 de Vica tenet. 

Willelmus Martel, modo Robertus films Walteri, j. militem in 
Teye in Essex' et Chauton' in Somers'. 

Salamon v. partem j. militis quam Hugo films Ascelini tenet in 
Tilleber' juxta Clare. 

Hugo Triket, modo Simon Triket, v. milites in hiis terris — Sarnebroc 
in Bed', et in Hertford Ryd, Borkeden, Corneye, et in Essex' j. hida 
terre et in Lagefare et in Mocking' duo sokemanni et Foxhol' et Frin- 
tun', et in Suff' Egeham ; in hiis partibus partiti sunt iiij. milites 
Hugo 8 Triket hoc modo. 

Sarnebroc per j. militem quam canonici de Bed' tenent. 
Ryd j. militem quam Walterus films Bernardi tenet. 
Berkeden' dimidium feodum quam Hubertus de Anesteye 

tenet. 
Corneye dimidium militem quam canonici Sancte Trinitatis 

tenent. 
Edburton' cum medietate de Laufar' Triket dimidium militem 

quam Alexander de Britlingeseye tenet. 
Frinton' iiij ta pars j. militis quam Johannes filius Bernardi 

tenet. 
Egham quarta pars j. militis quam monachi Colecestrie tenent. 
Robertus de Wilmington' j. jugum et j. virgatam terre in parochia 
de Boctun' in Cantia per seriantiam reddendo per annum v.s. 

Summa omnium feodorum militum cxij. feoda et dimidium iij. 
pars iiij ta pars et v. pars. 

DOMINICA QUONDAM HONORIS BONONIE. 

Treng' in Hertford' valet lx.l. Benedisse in Essex' valet xv.l. 
Hos tenet abbas de Feveresham. 

1 Read Tendring'. 

2 B. reads Gelbingeto ; D. (see Appendix) reads Gewinget. 

3 Read Plesingho. 4 Read Anesty. 

5 B. reads Cumingar ; D. (see Appendix) reads Cunigar'. 

6 Read Belcham. 

7 Read Albericus. 8 Read Hugonis. 



HONOUR OF BOULOGNE. 239 



II. 271- Ikelington' in comitatu Cant'. Inde tenet Rogerus de Lucy xv. 
-7 -^cont. ijk ra t as terre. Fratres de Monte Morelli vj.l. j.m. Moniales de 
Ikelington' l.s. Radulfus Bricho 1 l.s. 

Mordon in Cant' xxx.l. Hubertus de Cremeseye de pertinenciis 
eiusdem. 

Codreye quam Willelmus le 2 Keu tenet, et Clopton' quam abbas 
de Lesnes tenet valent xxxv.l. Bokebroc in Norhamtonsir' quam 
milites Ricardi de Lucy tenuerunt, modo comes Cestrie. 

Gamegeye valet xxx.l. Inde tenent heredes Rogeri filii Reynfridi 
x.l. Ricardus Avenel x.l. heredes Gervasii de Cornhull' x.l. 

Welcsted' in Suit' xxiiij.l. Reginaldus de Lucy tenuit, modo 
Odo 3 Daumartyn. 

Notfene. 4 Ibidem canonici de Sancto Wlmaro tenuerunt, modo 
Hubertus de Anesty. 

Westerham in Kent et Fobbing' in Essex' tenet Thomas de 
Canewyk'. 5 

Lillecherch' moniales. 6 

Bocton' 7 ibidem tenet Aluffus de Boctun'. 

Marcog' 8 in Somers' xl.l. quam heredes Pharamusii de Bononia 
tenent. 

CogeshaP in Essex' tenent monachi de eadem. 

Wykam 9 in Essex' tenent Templarii. 

Lagefar' 10 in Essex' viij.l. quam tenet Henricus films Alcheri. 

Lagenho ibidem xv.l. tenet Herbertus de Lucy. 

Braghing' in Hertford', partem tenent canonici Sancte Trinitatis 
Londoniarum pro tercia parte j. militis. Robertus de Rokella 
c.s. Residuum Hubertus de Anesty. 

1 Read Britho. 

2 Read de. See Close Rolls, 1234-1237, p. 661 ; 1237-1242, p. 631. 

3 After Odo supply de. 4 Read Notfeud. 
5 Read Canvill'. 6 Supply tenent. 

7 From Bocton' to Templarii below is one paragraph in II. 274. 

8 Read Martoc. 9 Read Wytham. 
10 From Lagefar' to militis below is one paragraph in II. 274. 



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A.D. 1217-1218. 

The following is the text of the list referred to as C in the introduction to 
the preceding section : — 



II. 

274r-278. 



MILITES TENENTES DE HONORE BONONIE. 

Comes 1 de Gines tenet xij. milites scilicet in Bedefordescira in 
Stiveton' et Parva WahulP iij. milites. In Cantebr' in Dukesword' 
et Trumpeton' iij. milites quos comes W. Marescallus tenet in escambio 
pro terra sua de ultra mare. In Essex' Tholehunt' et Galdhangr' 
iij. milites. In Hoyland et Lalesford' ibidem iij. milites. 

Engelramus de Musterell' vj. milites, scilicet in Redewell' ij. milites, 
in Claret j. militem et iij. partes unius militis in Geldham ij. milites 
et iiij tam partem unius militis, et posuit totam illam ad firmam 
pro xxxv.l. Et est eschaeta domini regis et qui tenent terram 
illam nullum inde faciunt servicium domino regi nisi predictam 
firmam. Et si aliquod servicium fecerint computabitur illis in 
firma. 

Sibilla de Fenes tenet vj. milites, scilicet in Lamburne ij. milites, 
in Fifide et Blakehall' et Lacfare et j. membro quod Radulfus de 
Marcy tenuit et una parte quam Gilbertus tenuit et una parte in 
Wykham 2 quam Ricardus Flandr' tenuit quam Templarii modo 
tenent ij. milites, et in Herfordsira in Hakbladewike, 3 Hihhinton' 
et in comitatu Cantebrigie in Cotes et in socagio in Cant' ij. milites. 

Baldewinus de Dudavill' v. milites in Claiton 4 et in uno membro 
de Hulmo quod pertinet ad Claiton'. 

Uxor que fuit Roberti filii Rogeri vij. milites, scilicet in Torpwidon' 
et 5 Andeg' et Massingham et Anemere et Freinges et Wikinham vj. 
milites 6 quos Hugo filius Roberti tenet. 

Leticia de Lucy, Milo de Sumery, Rogerus de NeovilP, Ema de 
Marcy iiij. milites scilicet in Heaumedon', Dubenhog, 7 La Lee, 
Crawell'. 

Radulfus de Rouecestr' v. milites et dimidium, scilicet in Essex' 
in Rewenhal' et in Hertfordsir' et in Bercweie et NewehelP, 8 et in 
Sufi ' Erewell' et in Cukeleswrth' v. milites, et in Essex' in 
Lawefare quam Ricardus de Rouecestr' et Eustachius frater suus 
tenent dimidium militem. 

Baldewinus de Osterwic' v. milites, scilicet in Schopiland' ij. milites 
et dimidium et in Chicche quam abbas tenet et in Couel' quam 
Templarii tenent secus Oxoniam ij. milites et dimidium. 

Comes Rogerus Bygot iiij or milites in Parva Nutleg' et in Parva 
Stanford' juxta Angr', set negat j. militem. 

1 From Comes to in firma below is one paragraph. 

2 Read Wytham. 3 Read Alfladewike. 

4 Read Glatton'. 

5 Omit et ; the name of the place is Torp Widonis Andegavensis. 

6 Between milites and quos supply et in ChishulF in Essex j. feodum. 

7 Read Dodenho. 8 Read Newesell', 



HONOUR OF BOULOGNE. 241 



II. 274- Hugo de Balloeir iiij or milites in Neweham secus Weleden'. 
278— cont. Robing <je Tresgoys iiij ' milites in Dewias, 1 Cunich' 2 et 
Lekeswrth' et de quibus Gervasius de Sperkeford' tenet j. militem 
in Lokeston' et in Somerford' in Somers'. 3 

Ricardus de Ripar' cum Matillide de Lucy iij. milites in Hangr', 
Roing', Stanford', Cristeshal' et in Codrelie 4 in Herfordsir\ 

Radulfus Gernun' iij. milites in Brich' et Estrop'. 

Nicholaus de Anesty iij. milites in Anesty, Hormade et Brach- 
ing\ 

Henricus de Merc' iij. milites in Berdefeld' et Linton' 5 et Scortewe 6 
juxta Neuport et Finkingfeld' quam Petrus filius Aelwini tenuit 
et Weston' juxta Clare et RunnewelP quam Eustachius Salvagius 
tenet. 

Galfridus de Fercles iij. milites in Aleford' in Essex', et in Granteset' 
in Cantebr', et in Cotes quodam membro pertinente ad Granteset', 
et in Elvesden' et in Stanefold' in Suff'. 

Radulfus de Newelande ij. milites in Neweland' et Luttewod'. 

Simon de Merc ij. milites in Dunmawe, Runewell', Stanemere, 
Damesden' et in Rethewikebroc et in Banefeld' 7 quam Gilbertus 
tenet, in eadem villa iiij tam partem j. militis quam Johannes 
Flandr' tenet. 

Emma de Cantilupo ij. milites in Smetindon' et quodam membro 
de Pebeners in Essex' et in Rineberg' 8 et Bukeshall quam heres Ade 
Kokerell tenet in SufT. 

Ermegardus 9 Maskerell' ij. milites in Colum 10 et Legr' in Essex' 
quas prior de Sancto Botulpho de Colecestr' tenet per j. militem, 
in 11 Bileche 12 et Horseheye in hundredo de Tendring' quas abbas 
de Sancta Ositha tenet per unum militem in Essex'. 

Arnulphus Anglicus ij . milites unde Walterus de Haia tenet unum 
militem in Mereseia in Essex' et Roesia de la Haia tenet iij. partes 
unius militis in Legr' Walterus 13 Anglicus l. 14 partem unius militis 
in Eya. 15 

Johannes de Merc ij. milites, unum in Waumeford', Sibinton' et 
Stebinton', et in Edunelande 16 et in Blundeshall' j. militem in 
Essex'. 

Reinfridus de Briketon' 17 j. militem in Ouesdon' in Suff'. 

Ricardus de Witsand' j. militem in Perendon 5 . 

Hugo Boxstede unum militem in Boxstede. 

Robertus de Borham j. militem in Borham et in Badewe 18 , Waltham, 
in Essex' et unum membrum de Runewell'. 

Asulphus 19 Ma 20 j. militem in Hornindon'. 

Asulphus 19 de Bocton' j. militem in Bocton'. 

1 The other MSS. read Bren. 2 Bead Cumich'. 

3 Somerford is in Wilts. 4 Read Codred. 

5 Bead Latton. 6 Read Scortegrave. 

7 All the other MSS. read Banested' or the like. 8 Read Fineberg'. 

9 Read Ermengard. 10 Read Colun\ 

11 Read et. 12 Read Bilecho. 

13 Walterus begins a new paragraph in error. 14 Read iiij tam . 

15 Read Teya. 16 Read Estdunelande. 

17 Read Heinfridus de Kriketot. 18 After Badewe supply et. 

19 Read Alulfus. 2° Read Malegreff'. 

Wt. 3705, p 16 



242 A.D. 1217-1218. 



II. 274- Egidius de Merc j. militem in Cestreton' in Huntedon'sir' et in 

218-cont. Laefar , in Egsex , 

Johannes de Blendek' j. militem in Merseia. Elteneya et Dunland' 
in Essex' unde prior de Bykenacr' tenet j. militem. 
Hugo de NeviU' et Roadlandus de Acsted' v. milites. 
a1s ?q? 1 x 11 ' Feoda Simonis Triket v. milites, unde in Bedeford' Templarii 
tenent ij. hidas in Sarnebroc. 
(ditto.) Canonici de Newenham in Sarnebroc tenent duas hidas. 

(ditto.) Canonici de Bedeford' 1 tenent Scarnebroc. 2 

Johannes filius Bemardi tenet Ruth' cum filiabus Walteri de 

Kaune per j. militem. 
Mcholaus de Anesty tenet Berkeden' per dimidium militem. 
Canonici Sancte Trinitatis Londoniarum tenent Corneham 3 

per dimidium militem. 
Alexander de Britlings' Edburgeton' cum medietate Lawefar' 

Triket per dimidium militem. 
Johannes filius Bemardi Frienton per iiij tam partem unius 

militis. 
Abbas et monachi de Colecestr' Eggeham iiij tam partem unius 
militis ut dicitur ; quieti sunt per cartam. 
Warinus filius Geroldi tenet feodum unius militis in uno membro 
de Gameberggeya. 4 

Matillis de Diva j. militem in Belcham. 

Thomas de Lunge vnT j. militem in Tendringe, Fifide et j. membro 
de Dunlaund'. 

Rogerus le Houd j. militem in Tolesbir'. 

Canonici de Sancto Martino Londoniarum j. militem in Messebir'. 
Et in Pleissingho quern Nicholaus de Anesti tenet. Et Teya quodam 
membro quod canonici Sancte Trinitatis Londoniarum tenent. 

Thomas Danmartin j. militem in Belcham unde Albricus de Wikes 
tenet in Toppesfeld'. 

Gaufridus Mart ell' j. militem in Teya quam Robertas filius Walteri 
tenet 5 in Chiweton que est in manu domini regis. 

Hugo filius Ascelini v. partem j. militis in Tillesbir' secus Clare. 
Comes Willelmus de Maundevill quartam partem unius militis in 
la Stokka. 

Philippus filius Ascelini de Abbiton' tenet j. militem in Abbinton'. 
Robertas de Wilmiton' j. jugum et unam virgatam terre in Bocton' 
per v.s. 

Thomas de CamvilT iij. milites in Fobbing' et in Senef' 6 in Essex 
et in Westreham in Kent. 

Abbatissa de Berking' iij. partes unius militis in Hauesbir'. 7 
Willelmus Ruffus dimidiam militem in Cantebr' in Bassingburn'. 

DOMINICA DE HONORE BOLONIE. 

Trieng' que valet lx.l. in comitatu Hertford' et Benedis que valet 
xv. 1. in Essex quas abbas et monachi de Faveresham tenent. 

1 See Dugdale's Mcmasticcm, vol. vi. p. 374. 

2 After Scarnebroc, II. 198 adds per unum militem. 

3 Read Corneiam. 4 Read Gamelingeya. 

6 After tenet supply et. 6 Read Senef eud'. 

7 Read Hauekesbir'. 



HONOUR OF BOULOGNE. 243 



II. 274- Rogerus de Lucy tenet xv.l. in Iclinton'. 
218-cont. Munt Morillun i ubi Comes Willelmus jacet, x.m. 

Sanctimoniales de Iclinton' tenet l.s. in eadem, Thomas Brito 
l.s. ibidem. 

Mordon' xxx.l. in Cantebr'. 

Chordhee. 2 

Clopton' xxx.l. 3 quam milites Ricardi de Lucy tenent. 

Gamegeya xxx.l. unde Rogerus filius Reynfrey et Walterus Avenel 
xx.l. et uxor Hugonis de Nevill x.l. 

Reginaldus de Lucy Wolcnestede xxiiij.l. 

Nutfeld' canonici de Sancto Wolmerio tenent. 

Sanctimoniales de Lillechirch' tenent eandem. 

Heredes Fa rami tenent Martoke xl.l. 

CoggeshaP quam abbas et monachi tenent. 

Fratres milicie Templi tenent Wytham. 

Ricardus filius Aucheri tenet Lawefar' que valet viij.l. 

Reginaldus de Lucy tenet Langeho que valet xv.l. 

Prior Sancte Trinitatis Londoniarum tenet Bracking' iij am partem 
j. militis. 

Robertus de Rockeleia c.s. ibidem et Ricardus de Anesty tenet 
superplus' quod pertinet ad milites suos. 

Summa militum de honore Bononie vj xxti et j. milites v ta pars 
et tercia pars unius militis. 

1 See Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1247-1258, p. 382, and Dictionnaire Topo- 
graphique du Departement de la Vienne, p. 275. 

2 Bead Codreye. 

3 The greater portion of the entry is here omitted. See above, p. 239. 



( 244 ) 



A.D. 1219. 

In 1218, the Government of Henry III appointed justices to go on eyre 
into most of the counties of England, each group holding its first meeting 
on the quinzaine of Martinmas, that is to say on the 25th of November. The 
Patent Roll of that year gives the names of the justices, and the records of 
the fines levied before them indicate their respective itineraries. 1 

The Bishop of Durham and four others were sent into the counties of York 
and Northumberland. They sat at York and Newcastle on Tyne. 

The Abbot of Ramsey and six others were sent into the counties of Bedford, 
Buckingham, Huntingdon, Cambridge, Northampton and Rutland. They 
sat at Dunstable, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Bedford, Northampton, and 
Ketton. 

The Bishop of Salisbury and seven others were sent into the counties of 
Wilts, Southampton, Berks and Oxford. They sat at Oxford, Reading and 
Winchester. It is doubtful whether they sat in Wiltshire, and that county 
was included in an eyre of 1221 for counties which had not been visited in 
1218 and 1219. 

The Bishop of Bath and Glastonbury and five others were sent into Cornwall, 
Devon, Somerset and Dorset. They sat at different times at Sherborne, 
Ilchester and Exeter, but not continuously. It is doubtful whether they 
went so far as Cornwall, and that county was included in the eyre of 1221 
mentioned above. Some years later, the Cornishmen fled to the woods for 
fear of the justices in eyre. 2 

Philip of Ulecot, Thomas of Multon and three others were sent into the 
counties of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancaster. They were directed 
to meet at Appleby and there is evidence of their sitting at Lancaster. 

The Bishop of Rochester and five others were sent into Sussex, Surrey, 
Kent and Middlesex. They sat at Bermondsey, Westminster, Lewes, 
Canterbury and Rochester. 

Geoffrey of Bocland, Falkes de Breaute and six others were sent into the 
counties of Essex, Hertford, Norfolk and Suffolk. They sat at Chelmsford, 
Norwich, Yarmouth, Ipswich, Dunwich, Bury St. Edmunds and Thetford. 

The Bishop of Lincoln and five others were sent into the counties of Lincoln, 
Nottingham and Derby. They sat principally at Lincoln and Nottingham. 

The proceedings before the different groups of justices lasted several months ; 
some of them were not ended until July 1219. While the usual records were 
kept of the judicial business transacted at the eyres, separate returns were 
prepared of the facts ascertained with regard to certain subjects specified in 
the articles (capitula) of enquiry. Thus the Exchequer obtained lists of 
serjeanties, escheats, widows in the king's gift, minors in the king's wardship, 
advowsons pertaining to the king, and encroachments on the king's land. 

It has been seen above that the total number of counties included in the 
eyres of 1218-1219 was thirty. The subtraction of Wiltshire and Cornwall 
reduces the number to twenty-eight. An endorsement on the return from 

1 Patent Rolls, 1216-1225, pp. 206-208 ; Feet of Fines, passim. 

2 Annales Monastici, vol. iii. p. 135. 



INTRODUCTION. 245 



Yorkshire and Northumberland shows that the compilers of the Book of Fees 
had before them returns from twenty-one counties. They had no returns from 
Hertfordshire or from the six counties included in the eyre of the Abbot of 
Ramsey. In the course of the next six centuries, the return from Essex 
disappeared, and the other twenty originals got dispersed. They have, 
however, been brought together again during the progress of the present work. 
The identification of them has not been a difficult task, as such eyres were 
infrequent. 1 Very little need be said about them here. 

York and Northumberland. — The returns, written consecutively on one 
membrane, are dated. 

Oxford, Berks and Southampton. — The returns were delivered at the 
Exchequer on the 25th of July 1219. 

Dorset, Somerset and Devon. — The returns were delivered at the Ex- 
chequer on Tuesday after the feast of St. Calixtus (14 October) in the 4th year 
of Henry III. According to the reckoning of the Chancery, this would be in 
1220. As, however, it is unlikely that the Bishop of Bath retained the 
document for fifteen months after the termination of his eyre, it may be 
suggested that the clerk of the Exchequer who added the endorsement as to 
its delivery followed the peculiar reckoning of his own department, according 
to which the whole month of October 1219 belonged to the 4th year of 
Henry III. In addition to the original return for Devon, there is an early 
transcript of it headed "De Testa de Nevill " in a typical Exchequer hand. 

Westmorland, Cumberland and Lancaster. — Adam fitz Orm, who is 
mentioned as holding land at Kellet by serjeanty, was dead in 1222. 2 The 
compilers of the Book of Fees omitted to transcribe the section relating to 
Westmorland, which is here printed for the first time. It is headed 
"Comitatus de Appelby." In the list of counties endorsed on the return for 
Yorkshire and Northumberland, Westmorland is the only county against 
which the words "in libro " are not placed. 

Kent. — Falkes de Breaute is mentioned as holding three escheats. He 
incurred forfeiture in 1224. 

Middlesex and Sussex. — The returns for these two counties are in one 
hand. The daughter and heiress of Richard de Camville is mentioned as a 
ward of the Earl of Salisbury. She had married his son and attained her 
majority before June 1226. 3 

Surrey. — Falkes de Breaute is mentioned as the guardian of his step-son, 
the heir of the Earl of Devon. 

Essex. — As stated above, the original return is lost. The Honour of Peverel 
(of London) is mentioned as an escheat of the king, in the hand of Hubert 
de Burgh, to whom it was committed in 1218. 4 Of the three daughters and 

1 Pollock and Maitland's History of English Law, vol. i. pp. 201-202. 

2 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 91. 

3 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. ii. pp. 110, 123, 138. 4 Ibid. vol. i. p. 357. 



246 A.D. 1219. 



co-heiresses of Richard de Raimes, Alice is described as a widow, while Amice 
is described as the wife of William de Marini, and Joan as the wife of William 
of Herlawe. William de Marini was dead in 1223. * 

Norfolk and Suffolk. — Gundreda de Warenne, who is mentioned twice 
as in the king's gift, was dead in 1224. 2 Falkes de Breaute, who incurred 
forfeiture in that year, is mentioned as holding the Honour of Eye. 

Lincoln. — Maud Banaster, who is mentioned as a widow in the king's gift, 
was dead in 1222. 3 

Nottingham and Derby. — Philip Marc is mentioned as sheriff. His 
tenure of office covered the period from 1209 to 1224. 4 

1 Feet of Fines for Essex, vol. i. p. 68. 

2 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 123. 

3 Ibid. p. 87. 4 List of Sheriffs, p. 102. 



YORK. 

g ij 9 ESCAETE IN EBOR\ 

fi8 6 n~ Veredicta de comitatu Ebor' de vallettis et puellis que esse debent 
Testa de ^ e cus ^odia domini regis et de eschaetis et huiusmodi. 
Nevill. In itinere domini R. Dunholmensis episcopi et sociorum suorum 
anno regni Regis Henrici filii Regis Johannis tercio. 

HERTLE WAPENT'. 

Juratores dicunt quod filius et heres Willelmi filii Radulfi debet 
esse in custodia domini regis. Robertus de Ros habet eum et terram 
suam, nesciunt quo waranto. Habet autem in Gremestorp inj #r 
carucatas terre, precium cuiuslibet bovate iij.s. ; in Melteneby 
in liberis hominibus v. carucatas terre et sex bovatas terre, unde 
reddunt ad firmam xxxvij.s. et ix.d. Habet etiam in eadem villa 
in dominico suo ij. bovatas terre que valent x.s. ; in Fangefosse vj. 
bovatas in liberis hominibus ; et reddunt ad firmam viij.s. et viij.d. ; 
in bondis et firmariis iij. carucatas terre et dimidiam, unde bovata 
reddit iiij or s. ; in Ulvestorp' 1 j. bovatam que valet iiij or s. ; in Beleby 
dimidiam carucatam terre que reddit xij.s. ; in Geveldal' j. carucatam 
terre et dimidiam, unde bovata reddit ij.s. vj.d. ; in soka iij. 
molendina que affirmata sunt iiij or m. 

Idem heres reddit domino regi iiij or 1. et viij.s. vij.d. pro istis 
tenementis. 

Thomas filius Willelmi debet esse in custodia domini regis et terra 
eius in Beleby sunt vj. carucate terre, unde bovata valet iij.s. et in 
coteriis iiij or s., duo molendina precii trium marcarum, et est in custodia 
domini Roberti de Veteri Ponte per dominum regem ut intelligunt. 
Mater eius est dotata de toto tenemento illo et nondum est mari- 
tata. 

Heres Eustacii de Vescy debet esse in custodia domini regis, et 
terra eius in wapentaco illo valet xx.l. per annum. 

1 The reading of the first letter is doubtful. II. 675 reads Hilvestorp'. 



YORK. 247 

S. ij. 9. Heres Willelmi filii Rannulfi eodem modo et Robertus de Veteri 
680 67 De P° n fc e tenet terram suam, et valet xx.l. per annum. 
Testa de Heres Willelmi filii Radulfi eodem modo. Robertus de Ros terram 
Nevill— illam tenet, nesciunt quo waranto. Nesciunt valorem terre. 

Eularia Trussebut est de donatione domini regis, et terra sua valet 
per annum xv.l. ut intelligunt. 

Terra Agathe uxoris Willelmi de Albaniaco eodem modo valet xv.l. 

Helewisa de StutevnT est de donatione domini regis, et terra sua 
valet xvi.l. per annum. 

Terra uxoris Petri de Malo Lacu per totum comitatum valet 
ccc.m. per annum et est de donatione domini regis. 

Margeria de Vescy est de donatione domini regis, et terra sua 
valet xx.l. per annum ut intelligunt. 

Uxor Thome de Walingham est de donatione domini regis, et terra 
sua valet ij.m. per annum. 

Ecclesia de Wicton' aliquando fuit de donatione domini regis. 

Johannes le Poher tenet de domino rege v. carucatas terre et 
dimidiam per seriantiam reddendi j. archum ad castellum Eboraci, 
et valet c.s. per annum. 

Robertus Balistarius tenet iiij or carucatas terre et dimidiam in 
GeveldaP per servicium j. baliste ad predictum castellum, et valet 
c.s. per annum. 

Thomas de Walkingeham tenet iiij or carucatas terre et dimidiam 
in eadem villa per idem servicium ; valent ij.m. per annum. 

VILLA EBORACI. 

Doget homo Camerarii cepit terras in Eboraco cum filia Radulfi 
le Porter que pertinent ad custodiam porte castelli, et valent per 
annum iiij.s. 

David le Lardiner tenet j. seriantiam et est custos gaole foreste 
et venditor a ve riorum pro debito domini regis. 

BULEMER. 

Quedam puella de donatione domini regis maritata est Johanni 
Doget per Gaufridum de NeovuT ; terra sua valet c.s. 

MabiP de Mul thorp' de donatione domini regis maritata est 
Petro de NeovuT per Robertum de NeovuT ; terra valet c.s. 

Muriel uxor Radulfi filii Bernardi de donatione domini regis et 
maritata est, nesciunt per quern ; terra valet dimidiam marcam. 

HOLDERNESS. 

Juratores dicunt quod comes Albemarlie debet presentare 
servientem suum in comitatu Eboraci ad facienda negotia domini 
regis infra wapentacum de Houderness' et reddit lx ta s. per annum 
comitatui Eboraci pro secta de wapentaco suo habenda quieta. 

gilling'. 

Juratores dicunt quod terra Willelmi de Roulos in Richemundesir' 
fuit escaeta domini regis et valet xxix.l. Roaldus filius Alani 
earn tenet. 



248 A.D. 1219. 



®- l l' f' LANGEBERGE. 

11. 675— ... 

680. De Films Andree de Feugeres debet esse in custodia domini regis ; 
Testa de terra sua valet xx u m. Philippus de Ulecot' habet eum et terrain, 

Nevill — i , ± x 

contt nescmnt quo waranto. 

Terra uxoris Petri de Malo Lacu in illo wapentaco valet xxx ta 1. 
Manerium de Castellevinton' est escaeta domini regis. Philippus 
de Ulecot' illud tenet, et valet xx tJ m. 

Petrus de Brus habet wapentacum de Langeberge per cartam 
Regis Johannis et reddit xl.m. per annum. 

rydal'. 

Heres Eustachii de Vescy cum terra sua in illo wapentaco est in 
custodia domini regis et valet per annum xxxviij.l. et viij.s. iiij.d. 

Frethesanth' que fuit uxor 1 Willelmi Paynel est de donatione 
domini regis ; Henricus de Novo Mercato earn habet, nesciunt per 
quern ; terra sua de Barton' valet vij.l. per annum. 

Filia Isabelle sororis Frethesanth' predicte eodem modo ; 
Eustachius de Greinvill' earn habet ; terra sua valet vij.l. 

brudeford'. 
Terra predictarum in illo wapentaco valet x.m., scilicet in Silton'. 

BUCCROS. 

Heres Eustachii de Vescy debet esse in custodia domini regis et 
mater sua de eius donatione ; terra eorum valet xxxvij.l. unde 
eadem habet terciam partem in dotem. 

De escaetis, dicunt quod due bovate terre in Kyrkeby Crendale 
sunt escaete et valent iij.m. per annum. Et monachi de Beland' 
illas tenent. 

INTER USAM ET DEREWENT. 

De escaetis, dicunt quod Robertus del Mesnill' tenet duas bovatas 
terre in Torngramby de domino rege et valent per annum lij.s. Et 
tantum reddit Robertus. 

pikering' cum soca. 

Terra heredis Eustachii de Vescy de Brunton' valet per annum xx.l. 

De seriantiis dicunt quod Walterus Boye tenet tres carucatas 
terre in Loketon', nesciunt per quod servicinm ; valet xlij.s. 

Item Alanus de Kintorp' tenet tres carucatas terre per seriantiam, 
nesciunt per quod servicium ; valet xlij.s. 

Item Ricardus films With de Asalateby 2 tenet duas carucatas 
terre per servicium aptandi limerium domini regis ; valet xl.s. 

anesty wap'. 

Ecclesia Sancti Andree de Thorp' est de donatione domini regis. 
Jakelinus illam tenet per donum Johannis Regis ; de valore nichil 
sciunt. 

1 After uxor , supply Galfridi Luterel, filia. See Maxwell Lyte, History 
of Dunster, p. 63, and York vol. Archaeological Institute (1848), p. 119. 

2 Bead Aslaceby. 



YORK. 249 



S. ij. 9- Due carucate terre in Thorp' sunt escaete domini regis. R. 
C80 67 De Buistard' illas tenet pro iiij.m. per annum. 

Testa de Item tres bovate terre in Munketon' sunt escaete domini regis. 
Nevill— G-. filius Reinfridi illas dedit, dum fuit vicecomes, Ricardo Walensi 
com. gervienti suo, qui adhuc illas tenet ; valent per annum x.s. 

scardeburg'. 

Quedam vicaria in ecclesia de Scardeburg' est de donationc domini 
regis et valet per annum xx.m. Rex Ricardus illam dedit Giliberto 
de Turribus clerico qui illam tenet. 

Stratford. 

Terra uxoris Petri de Malo Lacu que est de donatione domini 
regis valet ccc.m. 

Terra Frethesaunte Paynel, uxoris Henrici de Novo Mercato, 
valet x.l. 

De escaetis, dicunt quod rex habuit xviij . bovatas terre et dimidiam 
in Goultorp', Billingelay et in Swinton', que fuerunt escaete sue et 
illas dedit Danieli pincerne per servicium unius sextarii vini cum 
flaschetis reddendis apud Londonias ad festum Sancti Michaelis ; 
valent v.m. 

SNAYTH. 

Matillis de Lascy est de donatione domini regis, et terra eius in 
soca valet xx.l. 

barkeston'. 

Johannes de Kawude tenet j. carucatam terre in Kawude per 
seriantiam custodiendi forestam domini regis inter Usam et Derewent'; 
nesciunt valorem. 

Filius Ade de Briddeshal' est in custodia domini regis. Magister 
Robertus de Neovill' eum habet per regem ; terra sua in Clifford 
valet iiij or m. cum dote uxoris que fuit ipsius Ade. 

SKYREC. 

Filius Alicie de Cresy que mortua est debet esse in custodia domini 
regis. Falkes' de Braut habet eum, nesciunt per quern ; terra eius 
valet xxx ta 1. 

De escaetis, dicunt quod Certon', Colingeham et Berdessay fuerunt 
escaete, et abbas de Kyrkestede 1 illas tenet ad feodi firmam pro 
iiij xx 1. et x. 

Dimidia carucata terre quam Henricus filius Widonis tenet in 
Bilet' est escaeta domini regis et reddit per annum dimidiam marcam ; 
nesciunt per quern tenet. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 



S. ij. 9. VEREDICTA DE COMITATU NORHUMBERV DE EISDEM ET CORAM 
II. 758- EISDEM JUSTICIARIIS AD EUNDEM TERMINUM. 

Testa de Philippus de Ulecot' tenet manerium de Divelsunt' quod est in 
Neviir. custodia domini regis, et valet per annum xx tj 1. 

1 Bead Kyrkestall'. 



250 A.D. 1219. 



S. ij. 9. Alicia de Stuteville est de donatione domini regis et non est rnari 

760 7 De ^ a ^ a ' ^ erra euis va l e ^ xl.l. 

Testa de Alicia de Merley de donatione domini regis et non est maritata 
Neviir— terra eius valet c.s. 



cont. 



Matillis de Hauelton de donatione domini regis ; non est maritata 
terra eius valet l.s. 

Margeria de Biker de donatione domini regis ; non est maritata 
terra eius valet xxx.s. 

Alicia Bertram de donatione domini regis et est maritata Rogero 
filio Walteri per dominum regem ut intelligunt ; terra eius valet xx.l. 

Emma que fuit uxor Walteri filii Giliberti de donatione regis et est 
maritata Petro de Vallibus per dominum regem ; terra eius valet x.l. 

Anneys de Diveleston' de donatione domini regis et maritata cuidam 
Robillardo per dominum regem ; terra eius valet c.s. 

Mabil' que fuit uxor Roberti Bertram de donatione domini regis 
non est maritata ; terra eius valet xv.l. 

Alina de More wye' de donatione domini regis et maritata Rogero 
Gulafre per dominum regem ut intelligunt ; terra eius valet x.l. 

De escaetis, dicunt quod Philippus de Ulecot' tenet Matefen' et 
Nafreton' per servicium seriantie ut sit coronator ; valent xx 11 1. 

Nicholaus de Biker' tenet Biker' per seriantiam, set nesciunt 
per quam ; valet c.s. 

Willelmus de Vescy debet esse in custodia domini regis ; terra 
eius valet per annum lxxj.l. xiij.s. iiij.d. 

Margeria de Vescy de donatione domini regis ; terra eius valet 
per annum xxx.l. 

Willelmus Bataille duxit in uxorem quandam dominam que fuit 
soror Willelmi Flamvull', que est de donatione domini regis ; terra 
eius valet xl.s. ; habet earn per regem ut intelligunt. 

Uxor Ivonis Talleboys est de donatione domini regis, maritata 
est per dominum regem ; terra eius valet xl.s. 

Quedam domina que fuit uxor Willelmi de Flamvill' de donatione 
domini regis maritata est Waltero de Burdun' ; terra eius valet v.m. 

Michael de Rye habet unam puellam in custodia sua per dominum 
regem ; terra eius valet iiij.m. 

Quedam domina que fuit uxor thein' de donatione domini regis 
maritata est Rogero de Hodeshagh' per dominum regem ; terra 
eius valet x.l. 

Villa de Mullesfen est dringagium domini regis et est in manu 
Luce de Rysgeford' cum herede ; valet xxx.s. 

Willelmus Alius Odon' tenet per seriantiam quandam terrain ; 
nesciunt per quam ; valet xx.s. 

Galfridus faber de Bamburg' tenet terram suam per seriantiam 
fabricandi in castro. 

Robertus le Porter tenet dimidiam carucatam terre per seriantiam 
custodiendi januam castri. 

De escaetis, dicunt quod Luverbotle est escaeta domini regis ; 
Johannes de Neoville tenet illam, et valet c.s. 

Hertfeud. 1 Abbas de Sancto Albano ponit loco suo Alanum de 
Wichton' vel Johannem de Shefford' versus Alexandrum de 
Middelcumb' de placito terre &c. 

1 Not copied into II. 760. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 251 



S. ij. 9. \ Endorsed : — An illeqible list of counties A 

760 De Memorandum quod non habemus escaetas de itinere abbatis de 
Testa de Bameseye et sociorum eius. 

Nevill'— Ebor'. In libro. Sumerset'. In libro. 

cont. Northumberland'. In libro. Dorset 1 . In libro. 

W estmeriland\ ■ Devon'. In libro. 

Cumberland'. In libro. Line'. In libro. 

Lancastr'. In libro. Notingham. In libro. 

Kent. In libro. Derby. In libro. 

Middelsex. In libro. Norf et Suff'. In libro. 

Sussex. In libro. Essex'. In libro. 

Surr'. In libro. Oxon'. In libro. 

Suiht. In libro. Berksir'. In libro. 



OXFORD. 

S. ij. 9. OXONEFORD'SIR'. 

I. 474-478. 

ESCAETE DOMINI REGIS DE COMITATU OXONIE. 

IN HUNDREDO DE BAMPTON\ 

Heredes Wydonis de Diwa debent esse in custodia domini regis et 
nunc sunt in custodia Johannis de Bassingeburn', et terra sua valet 
xx.l. in villa de Dadintona et Willelmus de Breaute ipsam tenet. 

Robertus Mauduit tenet x. libra tas terre in Brochtona per 
sergenteriam portandi j. ostorium in seisona cum domino rege. 

Ewa de Gray tenet in villa de Dadinton' x. marcatas terre de 
domino rege. 

Henricus de la Mare tenet xiij. libratas terre in Elwescot' per 
sergenteriam custodiendi hostium aule domini regis. 

Robertus de Lidintona tenet j . hidam terre in Estona et in Lewes, 
et valet terra ipsa xx.s. et debet portare j. falconem domini regis 
in seisona. 

Domina Ewa de Gray tenet de herede comitis de Insula qui est in 
custodia domini regis, et terra ipsius Ewe quam tenet de ipso herede 
in ipso hundredo de Bamptona valet xx.l. 

Aeliz Murdac, filia Radulfi Murdac, tenet in villa de Dadintona 
de domino rege xx. marcatas terre et est in custodia domini 
Eboracencis. 

Ada que fuit uxor Almarici Dispensarii est de dono domini regis, 
et terra eius valet c.s. 

IN DIMIDIO HUNDREDO DE BENSINTON. 

Ecclesia de Chalgrave est in contentione inter dominum regem 
et Hugonem de Malo Alneto et valet xxx.m. 

Manerium de Chalgrave est in manu Hugonis de Malo Alneto 
et valet xliij.l. et ipse Hugo tenet illud de donatione domini Regis 
Johannis. 

Manerium de Bensintona valet c.l. cum iiij. hundredis et dimidio 
de Ciltre, et Johannes de Harecurt tenet illud de donatione domini 
Regis Johannis. 

Ecclesia de Henleg' est de donatione domini regis et valet xxx.m. 



252 A.D. 1219. 



IN HUNDREDO DE LUUEKENOR. 

S. ij. 9. Milo de Nothoerecoht' esse debet in custodia domini regis et terra 

47 g cont sua valet iiij.l. per servicium quarte partis j.militis, et Henricus de 

Scaccario habet custodiam. 

Philippus de Wodemundesleg' tenet in capite de domino rege 
iiij. partem unius militis, et valet xl.s. 

Rolandus filius Alani debet esse in custodia domini regis de feodo 
dimidii militis in Estona, et valet terra ipsa xxiiij.l. et Henricus 
Foliot habet custodiam terre illius. 

Comes Wintoniensis tenet villas de Cheinora et Sideham per donum 
domini Regis Johannis, et villa de Chennora valet ix.l. et Sideham xj.l. 

IN HUNDREDO DE CHADELINTONA. 

Thurstinus le Despenser' tenet c. solidatas terre de domino rege 
per serganteriam dispensarie domini regis in Magna Rolendrich. 

Henricus films Willelmi tenet de domino rege in Midelinton' unam 
terram per sergenteriam inveniendi j. tualliam ad manus domini 
regis tergendas, quando venatur in foresta de Wigewde in partibus 
de Lankeleg', et valet xl.s. terra ipsa. 

IN HUNDREDO DE BLOCKESHAM. 

Heres Osberti de Hedendon' debet tenere in capite de domino 
rege in villa de Blockesham quandam terram que valet xxxij.s. de 
albis, et Walterus de Ferdun' habet custodiam terre et heredis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE BULENDEN' ET DE SOTELEU. 

Johannes de Sancto Johanne debet esse in custodia domini regis 
et est in custodia Falconis de Breaute, et valet terra eius xx.l. 

Gundreda de Waren' debet esse de donatione domini regis, et 
terra eius in Niweham valet xv.l. 

Petrus Mimechan tenet de domino rege forestariam de Hedendun' 
et valet c.s. 

IN HUNDREDO DE LANGETROE. 

Hugo de DruwalP debet esse in custodia domini regis et est in 
custodia Johannis Marescalli, et terra eius valet c.s. 

Ecclesia de Stokes Basset est de donatione domini regis et 
valet xx. m. 

Cescilia de Lanketot est de donatione domini regis, et terra valet 
c.s. in Gathamptona. 

Egelina de Curtenai est de donatione domini regis, et terra eius 
valet c.s. in Craumerse. 

IN HUNDREDO DE PURITONA. 

Petrus filius Herberti tenet de dono domini regis j. feodum j. 
militis in Walinton', et valet xxiiij.l. 

Robertus le Naper tenet in Pushulle de domino rege xl.s. terre 
per serganteriam inveniendi domino regi j. napam annuatim vel 
iij.s. loco ipsius nape. 



OXFORD. 253 



S.ij.9. IN HUNDREDO DE POCKEDELAU. 

I. 474- 

478— cont. Heres Ricardi de Chanvilla est de donatione domini regis et est 
in custodia comitis Saresberie, et terra sua in Mideltona valet 
xv.l. 

Egelina de Curtenai est de donatione domini regis, et terra eius 
valet in Burnecestre lv.l. 

Manerium de Curtlintona est escaeta domini regis sicut terra 
Normannorum et illud integrum valet xv.l. unde Willelmus de 
Breaute tenet x.l. de dono domini Regis Johannis, et Herebertus 
de Montibus tenet residuum. 

Hugo de Sancto Martino tenet ij. hidas terre et dimidiam in 
Lingestan' per serganteriam custodiendi hostium aule domini regis, 
et terra eius valet l.s. 

Heres Ricardi de GreinwilP tenet ij. hidas terre in Blechesdun' 
per serganteriam faciendi verua ad hastas dignarii domini regis, et 
terra valet xv.s. 

IN HUNDREDO DE WOTTON'. 

Johannes de Sancto Johanne tenet de domino rege lij. libratas terre 
et j. unciam auri et est in custodia Falconis de Breaute. 

Ecclesia de Stuntesfeld' est de donatione domini regis et valet 
ij.m. 

Adam de Mora tenet villam de Ortona per serganteriam servandi 
falcones domini regis, et valet c.s. 

Walterus de Hauvill tenet villam de Bladene de dono domini 
Regis Ricardi per serganteriam custodiendi aves domini regis, et valet 
vij.l. 

Henricus heres Henrici de Waude debet esse in custodia domini 
regis et tenet de domino rege viij. libratas terre per serganteriam 
custodiendi falcones domini regis ; et Willelmus de Harecurt habet 
custodiam. 

Henricus de la Mare tenet in villa de Estona ij. marcatas terre 
per serganteriam custodiendi meretrices sequentes curiam domini 
regis. 

Emma de Hamtona tenet de domino rege in villa de Niwentona 
xl. solidatas terre per servicium scindendi lineos pannos domini 
regis et regine. 

Robertus filius Alani de Orton tenet in Orton de domino rege xl. 
solidatas terre per serganteriam portandi baneriam omnium peditum 
hundredi de Wotton' ad custum suum in ipso comitatu, et ipse 
Robertus extra comitatum debet habere de bursa domini regis ij.d. 
faciendo servicium predictum qualibet die. 

Robertus de Estona et Jordanus de Wotton tenent de domino 
rege j. hidam terre in villa de Ludewell per serganteriam parandi 
herbarios domini regis in Wdestokes. 

[Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit E. thesaurarius die Jovis 
proximo, ante festum Sancte Margarete virginis anno regni Regis Hen- 
rici tercii coram domino Londoniensi episcopo et aliis baronibus de 
scaccario de itinere domini R. Saresberiensis episcopi et sociorum 
suorum. 



254 A.D. 1219. 



BERKS. 



L47 ! £«0. BERKESIRA. 

ROTULUS ESCHAETARUM DOMINI REGIS IN COMITATU BERK\ 



IN HUNDREDO DE LAUNBURN'. 



Eva de Trascy est de donatione domini regis et non est maritata, 
et valet terra eius in Esgarestona quam tenet de domino rege, xx.l. 

IN HUNDREDO DE OCFORD. 

Mabilia de Appeltona tenet de domino rege in Appeltona lvij. 
solidatas terre et non est maritata. 

Terra que fuit Galfridi de Appeltona in eadem villa et heres ipsius 
Galfridi debent esse in custodia domini regis et terra ipsa valet c.s. 
et Walterus de Tiwya ipsam habet per dominum Eboracensem. 

IN HUNDREDO DE KENETEBIR'. 

Jacobus Wack esse debet in custodia domini regis et est in custodia 
Hugonis de Ne villa, et terra eius quam tenere debet de domino rege 
in Benham et in Boxora valet xij cim 1. 

Emma que fuit uxor Willelmi Luvel habet custodiam Willelmi 
filii sui per finem factum cum domino rege, et terra sua in Benham 
valet l.s. et ipsam tenere debet per servicium venandi. 

Eustachia filia Ricardi de CamvilP est de donatione domini regis 
et esse debet in custodia sua set nunc est in custodia comitis Saresberie, 
et terra eius in Havintona valet x.l. 

Laurentia comitissa de Leicestria est de donatione domini regis, 
et terra eius in Hungerford valet xx.l. 

Margeria de Cauz est in donatione domini regis et terra eius in 
Saudeford 1 valet x.l. et ipsam tenet per seriaunteriam custodiendi 
falcones domini regis. 

Philippus de Hurtrugge tenet de domino rege in villa de 
Chykedecumbe 2 unam hidam terre per seriaunteriam custodiendi j. 
ostorium domini regis. 

Johannes Belet tenet j. hidam terre in Hungerford per servicium 
quinte partis feodi unius militis, et valet xx.s. 

Symon Punchard' tenet duas virgatas terre in Hungerford per 
seriaunteriam hastillarie, et valent x.s. 

IN HUNDREDO DE SLOTESFORDIA. 

Radulfus de Porta tenet de domino rege in villa de Clopcota c. 
acras terre per servicium quinte partis j. militis, et valent xv.s. 

Robertus de Basing' tenet in eadem villa c. acras terre per ser- 
vicium quinte partis j. militis, et valent x.s. 

Henricus Balistarius tenet de domino rege in eadem villa c. acras 
terre per seriaunteriam balistarie, et valent xij cim s. et Robertus de 
Bare villa habet custodiam per dominum regem. 

Radulfus Saillard tenet in eadem villa j. virgatam terre per 
vicesimam partem j. militis, et valet iiij or S. 

1 An impossible form of Shalbourn. 

2 An impossible form of Titcomb. 



BERKS. 255 

S. ij. 9. Henricus filius Ivonis tenet j. virgatam terre in eadem villa pro 
480— cont dimidia marca reddenda domino regi. In rotulo. 

Robertus filius Willelmi tenet j. virgatam terre et dimidiam per 
servicium eundi in nuncium domini regis per quinque leucas, et valet 
terra ipsa viij t0 s. 

IN HUNDREDO DE GAMENESFELDIA. 

Sibilla comitissa de Ferariis est de donatione domini regis et non 
est maritata, et valet terra eius quam tenet de domino rege in ipso 
hundredo xxx.l. 

IN HUNDREDO DE WANETINGIA. 

Ricardus de Hanreda tenet de domino rege in villa de Westhanred 
c. solidatas terre per servicium serviendi de cervisia in butillaria 
domini regis. 

IN VILLA DE WINDLESOR'. 

Adam de StawelP tenet j. hidam terre in Waletona per seriaunteriam 
custodiendi ostium domini regis, et valet terra ipsa l.s. 

Willelmus Barberel deberet custodire domos domini regis de 
Windlesor' et deberet habere pro ipsa custodia lxx.s. et x.d. 

Quedam launda, scilicet Losfeld', 1 est in foresta de Windlesore 
que reddere debet domino regi ad scaccarium suum annuatim v que s. 
In rotulo. 

IN HUNDREDO DE EGGELEYA. 

Sibilla comitissa de Ferariis est de donatione domini regis, et terra 
eius de ipso hundredo in villa de Sibesfordia valet x.l. 

IN HUNDREDO DE CUMPTONA. 

Johanna quefuit 2 Uxor Thome Malesmeins qui obiit est de donatione 
domini regis et non est maritata, et valet terra eius in Cumptona 
c.s. et nunc est predicta terra in manu domini regis. 

IN MANERIO DE BRAY. 

Hugo de Sancto Phileberto tenet de domino rege in villa de Bray 
1. solidatas terre per seriaunteriam serviendi de ocreis domini regis. 

IN BURGO DE WALINGEFORDIA. 

Ecclesia Omnium Sanctorum est de donatione domini regis, et 
Thomas de Brauncestr' earn tenet. 

Ecclesia Sancti Petri est de donatione domini regis, et Jordanus 
cappellanus de Norwicz earn tenet. 

Ecclesia Sancti Michaelis est de donatione domini regis, et Radulfus 
clericus earn tenet. 

Hugo de Cloptuna tenet per Ricardum filium regis quandam 
escaetam domini regis, et valet xij.s. et ij.d. 

1 Interlined in another hand. 

2 Johanna que fuit added in another hand. 



256 A.D. 1219. 



S. ij. 9. [Endorsed : — ] Hunc rotulum recepit E. thesaurarius die Jovis 

4S0—cont V rox ^' ma an ^ e festum Sancte Margarete virginis per manum Radulfi 

Hareng* anno regni Regis Henrici tercii coram domino Londoniensi 

et aliis baronibus de scaccario de itinere domini R. Saresberiensis 

episcopi et sociorum suorum. 

[In a later hand : — ] Oxon\ Berks et Suht. De Testa de NevilV. 
Continet xx. pecias. 



SOUTHAMPTON. 



S. ij. 9. ROTULUS 1 ESCHAETARUM DE COMITATU SUHAMTESCIRE. 

II. 123- 

129. IN HUNDREDO DE TORGATE. 

Berewctona est de terris Normannorum et data est Pagano de 
Chaurc' per dominum Regem Johannem et valet xx.m. 

Poteraa quoddam membrum de Wallopa data est Jacobo de 
Poterua et valet xx.l. 

Estdena est escaeta domini regis et data est Ricardo de Ripariis 
per dominum Regem Johannem. 

Matheus de Wallop tenet in villa de Wallopa duas hydas per 
dominum Regem Johannem et valet iiij or 1. 

Dimidia marcata redditus quam Jurvetus, Judeus convictus in 
curia domini regis, tenuit in villa de Siptona est eschaeta domini 
regis. 

Gauf ridus de Pourtona tenet de domino rege in villa de Westiderlega 
c. solidatas terre per seriaunteriam inveniendi unum servientem cum 
hauberiello et capello ferreo ad servicium domini regis per xl. dies 
in regno Anglie et non extra regnum Anglie. 

Ricardus de Cardunvilla tenet in eadem villa c. solidatas terre et 
per idem servicium. 

IN HUNDREDO DE RINGWODE. 

Reginaldus de Butestorna tenet in villa de Butestorna de domino 
rege per seriaunteriam inveniendi j. servientem cum hauberiello ad 
servicium domini regis per xv. dies ad custum suum proprium. 

Ringwode est escaeta domini regis et Waleranus Teutonicus earn 
tenet de dono Terrici Teutonici cui dominus Rex Johannes ipsam 
dedit et valet xx.l. 

Ecclesia de Ringwode est de donatione domini regis, et earn 
habet Gauf ridus de Cauz, et valet xx.m. 

IN HUNDREDO DE FORDINGEBRUGGE. 

Brummora est in custodia domini Wintoniensis et est de feodo 
comitis de Insula et valet xv.l. 

Ricardus de Cardevilla tenet de domino rege in villa de Hale 
dimidiam hidam terre per seriaunteriam inveniendi j. servien- 
tem cum hauberiello et propuncto et capello ferreo ad servicium 
domini regis in regno Anglie ad custum suum proprium per xl. 
dies. 

1 On margin in libro, 



SOUTHAMPTON. 257 

IN HUNDREDO DE CLERE. 

S. ij. 9. Edelina de Frolebir' tenet de domino rege in villa de Frolebir' 

TT 19^1 

129— cont v i* lib ra ^ as terre per serianteriam custodiendi ostium domini regis. 
Willelmus de Edmundestorpe tenet de domino rege in villa de 
Edmundestorpe j. virgatam terre per seriaunteriam custodiendi ibidem 
forestam domini regis, et valet terra ipsa xx.s. 

Radulfus Monachus tenet medietatem ville de Lidescelve per 
seriaunteriam de coquina domini regis, et valet terra ipsa c.s. 

IN HUNDREDO DE WULPUTTA. 

Laurentia comitissa de Leycestria est de donatione domini regis 
et terra eius in Chaltona valet 1.1. 

Bideswurthe est de terra Normannorum et valet x.l. et Henricus 
Hoese earn tenet de dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Mapeldureham est de feodo comitis Gloucestrie, et dominus Rex 
Johannes quando habuit comitissam et comitatum Gloucestrie dedit 
earn Terrico Teutonico, et Terricus dedit earn Rollando de Jenesta 
qui earn tenet et valet iiij or 1. 

IN HUNDREDO DE AWELTONA. 

Robertus Mauduit tenet villain de Erlega per servicium camerarie 
domini regis, et valet x.l. 

Willelmus de Hachang' tenet Hachang' per seriaunteriam venandi, 
et valet c.s. 

Johannes de Venoiz tenet villain de Werilleham per seriaunteriam 
marescautie, et valet xij cim 1. 

Thomas de la Fede 1 tenet villain de Fede 1 per ponderationem 
denariorum ad scaccarium, et valet xl.s. 

Willelmus de Pratellis tenet villain de Aweltona per servicium 
trium militum et earn habet pro vj xx iij.l. annuatim. 

Johannes de Venoiz tenet boscum de Alsiholt de domino rege 
pro xv.l. 

Ada de Gurdun tenet in villa de Thistede et in villa de Seleburna 
xij. libra tas terre per bailliam domini Regis Johannis. 

Eymericus de Sacya tenet quandam terrain apud Seleburna que 
valet lx.s. de dono domini Regis Johannis. 

Robertus de BarevilP tenet in villa de Seleburn' quandam terrain 
ex dono domini Regis Henrici que valet lx.s. 

IN HUNDREDO DE HUSSEBURN'. 

Johannes de Leonibus tenet Husseburn' de dono domini Regis 
Ricardi, et valet xxiiij 01 1. 

Rogerus de BurnevalP tenet Ferneham de dono domini Regis 
Henrici. 

Ecclesia de Husseburn' fuit de donatione domini regis et nunc 
assignata est ad ecclesiam Saresberie per dominum Regem Johannem ; 
et earn habet nunc magister Simon Pelagus, et valet xlij.m. 

1 As the holding of the weigher was La Rode, it is possible that Rede 
should be read here. 

Wt, 3705, p 17 



258 AD. 1219. 



IN LIBERO MANERIO DE FACTTMBE. 

n 1J i23- NichoF fil' Willelmi Cusin debet esse in custodia domini regis 
129— com. e ^ tenet terram in ipso manerio de Facumbe per servicium tercie 

partis unius militis et valet lviij.s. et ipse Willelmus Cusin habet 

custodiam et aliam nuper duxit uxorem. 

IN HUNDREDO DE PORTENDUNA. 

Portesmua est escaeta domini regis et valet cum pertinenciis 
xx.l. Gilebertus le Kaunpiun earn tenet per consilium domini 
regis. 

Ricardus de la Launde xxxv. solidatas terre in eadem villa de 
dono domini Regis Ricardi. 

Middeltona fuit eschaeta domini regis et Matheus filius Hereberti 
earn tenet de dono domini Regis Johannis et valet xij cim l. 

Willelmus de Burhunte tenet in Burhunta xl. solidatas terre per 
seriaunteriam quod sit in castro Porcestrie per xx. dies cum j. 
hauberiello tempore guerre. 

Willelmus de Cosham tenet in villa de Cossham lx. solidatas terre 
per idem servicium de castro Porcestrie. 

Henricus de Wanstede tenet x. solidatas terre in Wanstede per 
seriaunteriam inveniendi unum servientem cum uno propuncto et 
j. capello ferreo per viij. dies in castro Porcestrie tempore guerre. 

Robertus de Ertham tenet in eadem villa tantum terre et per 
idem servicium de ipso castro Porcestrie. 

IN HUNDREDO DE STJMBURNA. 

Terra Willelmi de Moncellis in villa de Cumptuna pertinet ad 
marescautiam domini regis et respondet Willelmo de Warblintona 
de x.l. 

IN HUNDREDO DE BOSEBURG'. 

Manerium de Warblintona est eschaeta domini regis sicut terra 
Normannorum et valet xv.l. et inde habet Matheus filius Hereberti 
x.l. et Willelmus Agoeillun c.s. 

IN HUNDREDO DE RUDBRUGG\ 

Henricus Hoese tenet manerium de Eling' per Ceciliam uxorem 
suam, filiam Emme de Clera cui dominus Rex Johannes manerium 
illud dedit, et valet c.s. 

Ecclesia de Eling' fuit de donatione domini regis antequam 
Ricardus Rex illud manerium dedisset Gervasio de Hamtona, et 
Rogerus de Hamtona earn tenet de dono predicti Gervasii et valet 
xx. s. 

Reginaldus de Butestorna et Andreas de Ivez tenent xx. solidatas 
terre in Totintona per servicium inveniendi j. servientem cum uno 
hauberiello tempore guerre in regno Anglie per xl. dies ad servicium 
domini regis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE TICHEFELD. 

Willelmus de Faleisa tenet Rugunore per servicium inveniendi 
unum servientem in castro Wintonie tempore werre per xl. dies et 
valet c.s. 



SOUTHAMPTON. 259 



S. ij. 9. TichefelcT est escaeta domini regis sicut terra Normannorum et 
129— cont Robertus de Veteri Ponte in ea tenet xv. libratas terre et Milo de 
Bello Campo c. solidatas terre. 

IN HUNDREDO DE ODIAM. 

Willelmus de Warbelingtona tenet Silefeld 1 de domino rege per 
seriaunteriam marescautie domini regis, et valet x.l. et ipse earn 
tenet hereditarie. 

Johannes de Stapelega tenet xlvij. solidatas terre in Stapelega 
per servicium habendi unum servientem cum duobus equis ad 
summonicionem domini regis per xl. dies. 

IN BURGO DE ODIAM. 

Walterus Buske tenet in villa de Odiam quandam escaetam domini 
regis que valet xij.d. 

Terra que fuit Ricardi Barecin est escaeta domini regis et valet 
viij t0 s. 

IN 2 HUNDREDO DE AUNDEVR'. 

Terra Ricardi de Kundy qui evasit de carcere Wintonie est eschaeta 
domini regis. 2 

IN HUNDREDO DE BRUMELESPUTTE. 

Matheus de Wallopa tenet duas virgatas terre in Candevre per 
servicium custodiendi gaolam Wintonie, et valet x.s. 

Idem Matheus tenet in villa de Hacang' duas solidatas redditus 
que pertinent ad eandem custodiam. 

Constant ia de Venoiz tenuit x. libratas terre in Nutlega et pertinent 
ad marescautiam domini regis. 

IN HUNDREDO DE HODINGETONA. 

Ricardus de la Launde tenuit in villa de Wargheburn' quandam 
terrain que est escaeta domini regis sicut terra Normannorum, et 
valet duas m. 

IN HUNDREDO DE AUNDEVR'. 

Manerium de Clatford est escaeta domini regis sicut terra 
Normannorum. Et sciendum quod Willelmus comes Mariscallus earn 
tenuit in manu sua et, defuncto ipso comite, cepit earn comes Saresberie 
in manum suam, et valet xx.l. 

IN HUNDREDO DE ESSELEGA. 

Matheus de Wallopa tenet c. solidatas terre in villa de Bromdena 
de dono domini Regis Johannis per servicium custodiende gaole 
Wintonie. 

Henricus de Bromdena tenet xx. solidatas terre in Bromdena et 
earn tenet de conquestu terre per custodiam gaole Wintonie quam 
clam at ad se pertinere. 

1 Read Sir ef eld. 

2 The whole of this entry is added in a later hand. 



260 A.D. 1219. 



S. ij. 9. [Endorsed : — ] Eschaete in Suthamtesir 9 , Oxenforsir\ Berksir\ 

Hunc rotulum recepit E. thesaurarius die Jovis proximo, ante festum 
Sancte Margarete virginis per manum Radulfi Hareng' anno regni 
regis Henrici tercii 1 coram Londoniensi episcopo et aliis baronibus 
de scaccario de itinere domini R. Saresberiensis episcopi et sociorum 
suorum. 



SOMERSET AND DORSET. 



S. ij. 9. ESKAETTE SUMERSET' ET DORSET'. 

l - 727 " 732 - DOBSET'. 

Henricus del Ortyey tenet terrain de Chernebrug' que fuit terra 
Normannorum per Regem Johannem, et valet vij.l. In hundredo 
de Luseberg'. 

Galfridus de Portun' tenet xl.s. terre in Mordun' per serianteriam 
in eodem hundredo. 

Loretta comitissa Leycestrie est in donacione domini regis et terra 
sua* *valet lx.l. In hundredo de Baddeberi. 

Willelmus de MandevilP tenet villam de Gissic per regem Johannem 
que fuit escaeta domini regis, et valet x.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Galfridus de Portun' tenet dimidiam hidam terre in ))horhulP que 
valet x.s. per servicium venandi. In hundredo de Kenedun'. 

Thomas Brian est in custodia Radulfi de Bray per Regem Johannem, 
et terra sua* * valet xl.s. In hundredo de Bruneshill. 

Johannes de Windleshor' tenet liberum manerium de Windleshor' 
per serianteriam fundatoris scaccarii, et valet xv.l. 

Manerium liberum de Swere fuit escaeta domini regis et dominus 
Johannes Rex dedit illud Roberto Belet et idem Robertus Willelmo 
Belet filio suo, qui inde dotavit Margeriam de Novo Burgo que tenet 
illud, et valet x.l. 

Willelmus de Welles tenet xl.s. terre in Welles per serianteriam 
faciendi panem domini regis. In hundredo de Winfrod. 

Radulfus Monachus tenet manerium de Our' pro iiij. libratis terre 
per serianteriam emendi que spectant ad coquinam domini regis. In 
eodem hundredo. 

Robertus de Novo Burgo tenet liberum manerium de Winfrod 
per serianteriam dandi aquam domino regi in diebus Natalis, Pasche, 
Pentecoste, et valet xxx.l. 

Hawisia de Curten' est de donacione domini regis et terra sua de 
Iwerne valet xx.l. In hundredo de Ferendon'. 

Hamo de Burton tenet iiij.l. terre per Regem Johannem in libero 
manerio de Fordintun'. 

Abbas et monachi de Bininndon' tenent ij. molendina per Regem 
Johannem et solebant reddere domino regi per annum l.s. in eodem 
manerio. 

Ecclesia Sancti Petri in libero burgo de Dorecestr' est de donacione 
domini regis, cuius quedam medietatas vacat et valet xxx.s. et aliam 
medietatem tenet magister Alexander de Dors' de dono Regis Johannis, 
et valet xxx.s. 

1 Read tercio. 



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S. ij. 9. Ecclesia Sancte Trinitatis in eodem burgo est de donacione domini 
732— Vont re &i s > e k magister Alexander de Dors' tenet earn de dono Regis Johannis, 
et valet x.m. 

Ecclesia Omnium Sanctorum in eodem burgo est de donacione 
domini regis et magister Henricus de Cerne tenet earn de dono Regis 
Johannis, et valet xxxiiij.s. 

Robertus Peverel tenet Bradeford' per Regem Ricardum et est 
escaeta domini regis, et valet viij.l. In hundredo de Sancto Georgio. 

Willelmus de Morevill' tenet liberum manerium de Bradepole per 
serianteriam faciendi sumoniciones ad comitatum, et valet c.s. 

Loretta comitissa est de donacione domini regis, et pars comitisse 
in burgo de Blaneford' valet x.l. 

Aluina que fuit uxor Drogonis de Monte Acuto est de donacione 
domini regis et est in custodia Alani Basset per Regem Johannem 
et est maritanda, et terra sua in Pideltun' valet xx.l. 

Vicecomes Dorset' debet respondere de firma cuiusdam domus 
capte in manu domini regis pro fuga Mathei filii Martini de Lingleg' 
pro apello Scolastice filie Radulfi Barnage in burgo Sancti Eadwardi 
de iij.s. quam domum Radulfus de Brochamtun' tenet nunc ad 
firmam. 

Walterus de Godardvill' tenet dimidiam hidam terre in Pidrisches- 
ham per Petrum de Malo Lacu que fuit in manu domini regis ut vadium 
cuiusdam Judei Bristoll' et modo capta est in manu domini regis 
per justiciarios donee inde aliud precipiatur. 

Thomas de Hinetun' tenet j. virgatam terre in Pidrischesham 
per comitem Giovernie que fuit in manu domini regis ut vadium 
cuiusdam Judei Bristoll' et valet x.s. et modo est in manu domini 
regis per justiciarios donee inde aliud precipiatur. 

SUMERSET. 

Henricus de Campo Florido tenet liberum manerium de la Sterte 
per servicium j. gruis per serianteriam. 

Hawisia de Curten' est de donacione domini regis, et terra sua 
de Heminton valet x.l. In hundredo de Kinemeresdon'. 

Prior Bathonie tenet bartonam Bathonie per Regem Johannem et 
valet xx.l. et respondet inde ad scaccarium. 

Willelmus films Drogonis filii Willelmi de Monte Acuto est in 
custodia Alani Basset, et terra sua de Turelberiz' valet vj.l. In 
hundredo de Northcur'. 

Ysabella que fuit uxor Willelmi de Monte Acuto est de donacione 
domini regis et terra sua de Turlebere valet x.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Matildis que fuit uxor Radulfi Luvel est maritata Radulfo le 
Buteler de Overle per Regem Johannem, et terra sua de Hunewick 
valet xv.l. In hundredo de Briwton'. 

Albreda de Boterall' est de donacione domini regis, et terra sua 
de Ceddene valet c.s. In hundredo de Tantun'. 

Helena de Wikeberg debet esse de donacione domini regis et est 
maritata Eustachio de Doueliz et tenet per serianteriam ussarii 
ostii domini regis, et terra de Wykeberg valet xx.s. et terra sua de 
Peggenesse valet xl.s. 

Hundredum de Andredesfeld' fuit membrum de Sumertun' domini- 
cum domini regis et Willelmus Briwerr' tenet hundredum per Regem 



262 A.D. 1219. 



S. ij. 9. Johannem et hundredum respondet de redditu assiso de xxj.s. et vj.d. 

73 2 c ~ nt Willelmus de Monte Acuto filius Drogonis est in custodia Alani 

Basset per consilium domini Regis Henrici et terra de Septun' valet 
xv.l. In hundredo de Nortun'. 

Ysabella et Matildis 1 filie Jacobi de Novo Mercato sunt de donacione 
domini regis et Radulfus Russel et Johannes de BoteraU' habent 
eas per consilium Regis Henrici et terre suae de Kaddeberi et Maper- 
ton' valent xv.l. In hundredo de Katesse. 

Reginaldus de Mohun est in custodia Henrici filii comitis Cornubie 
et terra sua de Dunnestorr' valet l.m. In hundredo de Karenton. 

Item idem Reginaldus est in custodia eiusdem Henrici, et terre 
de Hosintun' et Chirintun' 2 valent l.m. 

Heres Ricardi de Kanvill' est in custodia W. comitis Sar- 
esberie per Regem Johannem, et terra sua in hundredo de Hore- 
J?orn valet xl.s. 

Robertus de Veteri Ponte tenet Kingkesbir' per Regem Johannem 
et est escaeta domini regis, et valet xxx.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Henricus de Malo Lacu tenet Corftun' per Petrum de Malo Lacu 
et est escaeta domini regis, et valet x.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Hawisia Wac tenet Trent' de donacione Regis Johannis et valet x.l. 
In eodem hundredo. 

Galfridus de Sancto Claro tenet x.l. terre in Stapeltun' per 
serianteriam manutergii. 

Christiana que fuit uxor 3 Luvel est de donacione domini regis et 
est maritata per licenciam consilii domini regis et terre de Almodef ord' 
et de Clanefeld' valent x.l. In hundredo de Katesse. 

Osbertus clericus de Stokes habuit quandam cartam in custodia 
que arestata fuit eo quod debuit esse falsa per Willelmum de Stoclinch 
qui mortuus est de xii j . acris terre et iij . percatis et j < mesuagio, quam 
cartam Philippus de Kingesbir' obtulit disracionari esse veram, et 
terra ilia capta fuit in manum domini regis occasione illius falsitatis 
et Thomas de Cirenc' tenet nunc earn et pendente loquela mortuus 
est Philippus. Hamo filius eius et heres venit et dixit coram justiciariis 
quod noluit sequi loquelam istam nee aliquid juris clamavit in terra 
ilia per cartam illam, et ita remansit terra ilia in manu domini regis 
donee inde preceperit voluntatem suam ; et terra valet per annum 
iij.s. et preterea vestura primi anni valuit j.m. In hundredo de 
Abbedik. 

Elienora filia Wandrig' est de donacione domini regis et maritata 
est Radulfo filio Bernardi per Regem Johannem, et terra sua de 
From' valet xxx.l. In hundredo de From'. 

Petrus de Malo Lacu tenet villam de Orchardesleg' et est in manu 
domini regis pro debito Wydonis de la Cuture scilicet l.m. et terra 
valet c.s. et dominus episcopus Bathoniensis dedit ecclesiam Rogero 
filio Rogeri de Mortun' autoritate concilii, et valet ij.m. In eodem 
hundredo. 

Hugo Trivet, Willelmus de Walton', Thomas le Border, Johannes 
de Lastocke tenent per uxores suas Crendon' hereditarie pro dimidia 
marca solvenda ad scaccarium, et fuit antiquitus membrum de Peretun' 
et data pro c. solidatis terre. In hundredo de Norpertun. 

1 Read Hawisia. 3 Before Luvel supply Henrici. 

2 These places really belonged to the fee of Neufmarche above. 



SOMERSET AND DORSET. 263 



S. ij. o. Willelmus Briwerr' habet in custodia parcum de Peretun' per 
i32^cont ^ e g em Johannem, et est de dominico regis. In eodem hundredo. 

Robertus de Novo Burgo tenet in Herdicot' de dominico domini 
Regis x.l. terre per Regem Johannem in escambium de Purstok'. 

Willelmus Briwerr' tenet Kingeswer' ad firmam per Regem Johan- 
nem pro xx. s. solvendis ad scaccarium in libero manerio de Sumertun'. 
Godefridus deCraucumb' tenet in Pettuni et in Werne xij . libra tas terre 
de dominico regis per consilium domini regis in eodem manerio libero. 

Dominus episcopus Bathoniensis tenet manerium de Cungresbir' 
ad feodi firmam per cartam Regis Johannis quam inde habet sibi 
factam et omnibus successoribus suis cum advocacione ecclesie 
eiusdem manerii et omnibus aliis pertinenciis suis et omnibus 
libertatibus quas alia maneria sua habent pro xxxv.l. Nunc respondet 
inde ad scaccarium. 

Idem episcopus Bathoniensis habet de dono domini Lincolniensis, 
fratris sui, feodum dimidii militis cum pertinenciis in Nortun' quod 
Reginaldus de Alta Villa de eodem Lincolniensi tenuit et ipse 
Lincolniensis de domino rege, et feodum dimidii militis in Rugeberg 
et in Dreicote cum pertinenciis suis quod Mauricius de Barintun' et 
Galfridus Malreward de ipso domino Lincolniensi tenuerunt et ipse 
de domino rege cum homagio et servicio predictorum Reginaldi et 
Mauricii et Galf ridi et heredum suorum per cartas domini Lincolniensis 
quas inde facit domino Bathoniensi et successoribus suis, quas idem 
episcopus coram justiciariis protulit. In hundredo de Ceddr'. 

Dominus episcopus Lincolniensis habet ad feodi firmam maneria 
de Ceddre et de Axebrugg' cum pertinenciis que fuerunt dominica 
domini regis per Regem Johannem et per cartam suam quam inde 
habet pro xx.l. Respondet ad scaccarium. In eodem hundredo. 

Dominus Bathoniensis habet advocacionem ecclesie de Axebrugg' 
de dono domini Lincolniensis per cartam suam quam inde habet 
sibi et successoribus suis quam idem Bathoniensis coram justiciariis 
protulit. In eodem hundredo. 

Filia et heres Willelmi de Lam vale est in custodia H. de Burgo, 
justiciarii, per consilium domini regis et terra sua de Kingestan' 
valet x.l. quam terram Galfridus de Cerland tenet de baillio predicti 
H. In hundredo de TintehulP. 

Agnes de Cressy est de donacione domini regis et est maritata 
Thome de Mountsorell' per Regem Johannem et terra sua de Haselberg' 
valet lx.s. In hundredo de Hunddesberg. 

Isabella que fuit uxor Ricardi de Haselberg' est de donacione 
domini regis et tenet in eadem villa x. libra tas terre nomine dotis. 
In eodem hundredo. 

[In margin : — ] In libro. 



DEVON. 1 
t* Sif?' Falco de Braute tenet burgum de Hunetun' per custodiam 
848. De Baldewini de Revers per dominum regem. Et valet ii[ij.m.]. 

Nevill. 6 * O n mar 9 / ^ n Transcribitur per se. The portions of the text in brackets 
are supplied from I. 846-848. 



264 A.D. 1219. 

S. ij. 9. Albreda de Boterell' est de donacione domini regis et terra sua 
848 84 De ^ e P^ m ^ re valet c.s. In hundredo de Ha[rigg']. 
Testa de Margeria que fuit uxor Baldewini filii Comitis est de donacione 
Nevill — domini regis et est maritata domino Falconi per Regem Johannem. 
com. j--g^. ^ erra j sua ^ e Colintun' valet x.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Baldewinus filius Baldewini de Revers est in custodia domini 
Falconis per consilium domini regis, et terra sua de Tivertun' [valet 
xx.m.]. In hundredo de Tivertun'. 

Henricus de Ponte Audomar' tenet manerium de Wdeneford' per 
consilium domini regis. Et valet c.s. et est es[caeta]. In hundredo 
de Alberton. 

Hawisia de Curten' est de donacione domini regis et terra sua de 
Wimple valet c.s. In hundredo de Cliston'. 

Willelmus Briwerr' tenet manerium de Axemenistr' ad firmam 
de domino rege per cartam Regis Johannis pro xvj.l. blancz et j.m. 
argenti. Respondet inde ad scaccarium. In hundredo de Axe- 
menistr'. 

Hawisia de Curten' est de donacione domini regis et terra sua 
valet de Musbiri valet 1.8. In eodem hundredo. 

Falco de Breaute tenet manerium de Hunetun' per custodiam 
Baldewini filii Baldewini de Revers per dominum regem, et valet x.l. 
In eodem hundredo. 

Philippus de Furnell' tenet villain de Fen Oteri ad feodi firmam 
de domino rege pro iiij.l. iiij.s. viij.d. Respondet inde vicecomiti 
et vicecomes ad scaccarium domini regis. In hundredo de Buddele. 

Falco de Breaute tenet villam de Exemenistr' per consilium domini 
regis et valet xv.l. In hundredo de Exeministr'. 

Hawisia de Curten' est de donacione domini regis et terra sua 
de Ken valet xx.l. et terra sua de Alfinton' xx.l. In eodem 
hundredo. 

Falco de Breaute tenet villam de Topesham per consilium domini 
regis, et valet xv.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Ricardus de Droscumbe tenet per serianteriam deferendi arcum 
domini regis, quando venatur in Dertemore, dimidiam virgatam 
terre, [et] valet dimidiam marcam. In eodem hundredo. 

Hawissia de Curten' est de donacione domini regis, et terra sua 
de Winckele valet x.l. In libero manerio de Winkeleg'. 

Henricus de Ponte Audomar' tenet villam de Tennewick per 
consilium domini regis, et valet vj.l. In hundredo de Teinnebrugg'. 

David de Schiredon' tenet de domino rege per serianteriam ij. 
sagittarum terram de Sapesleg', et valet x.s. [In eodem hundredo.] 

Eva de Tracy est de donacione domini regis, et terra sua de Bovy 
valet xv.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Albreda de Boterell' est de donacione domini regis, et terra sua de 
Jorford valet iiij.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Paganus de Chawrth tenet manerium de Aufinton' per Regem 
Johannem cum filia Willelmi de La Ferte et valet c.[s. In hundredo] 
de Stanberg'. 

Henricus filius comitis Cornubie tenet manerium de LodeswelP 
per Regem Johannem et valet vj.l. In eodem hundredo. 

Falco de Breaute tenet manerium de Dertintun' per consilium 
domini regis, et valet c.s. In eodem hundredo. 



cont. 



DEVON. 265 



S. ij. 9. Idem Falco tenet manerium de Hunne per consilium domini regis, 
848 84 De et va l et iiijJ- In eodem hundredo. 

Testa de Henricus films comitis Cornubie tenet Karswell' quod fuit domini- 
Nevill— cum domini regis de dono Regis Ricardi, et valet xv.l. In hundredo 
de Heitorr. 

Idem Henricus tenet manerium de Cornewrth per Regem Johannem 
et valet xvj.l. In hundredo de Corig'. 

Loretta comitissa Leicestrie est de donacione domini regis, et 
terra sua de Taustok valet xliiij.l. In libero manerio de Taustok. 

Rogerus de la Suche tenet Blaketorrintun' quod est dominicum 
domini regis et valet x.l. In hundredo de Blaketorrintun'. 

Villa de Chelewrth est in manu domini regis ut escaeta de terris 
Normannorum et est de feodo Roberti de Mande vhT et valet xxxij.s. 
et vicecomes respondet inde ad scaccarium. In eodem hundredo. 

Seftbere est manerium domini regis et valet xvj.l. blancz de quibus 
vicecomes respondet ad scaccarium. In hundredo de Seftbere. 

Bramtun' est dominicum domini regis et valet xxviij.l. et Henricus 
de Tracy tenet inde xx.l. terre per comitem Saresberie et Philippus 
Chaucebof tenet inde viij.l. terre per Regem Johannem. In hundredo 
de Bramtun'. 

Forinsecum hundredum de Bramtun' est in manu domini regis 
et vicecomes respondet inde ad scaccarium de iij.m. numero. 

[Endorsed : — ] De escaetis de Dors' et Sumers\ 

Hunc rotulum recepit E. thesaurarius per manum JoceliniBathoniensis 
episcopi coram domino Londoniensi episcopo et aliis baronibus domini 
regis de scaccario die Martis proxima post festum Sancti Calixti pape 
anno quarto Regis Henrici filii Regis Johannis. 



WESTMORLAND, CUMBERLAND AND LANCASTER. 

S. ij. 9. COMITATUS DE APPELBY. 

Villa de Neuby que fuit Ranulfi de Sules capta fuit in manum 
domini Regis Johannis pro c.l. quas idem Ranulfus debuit ei de 
quadam misericordia. Et quia predicta villa fuit de feodo Gilleberti 
filii Reinfridi, tradita fuit eidem ad firmam pro iij.m. et dimidia 
per annum per dominum Regem Johannem. Et jurata dicit quod 
predicta villa valet per annum c.s. et quod predictus Gillebertus 
tenuit predictam villam per novem annos. 

Heres Andree de Fougeroles est in custodia Philippi de Ulecotes 
per dominum Regem Johannem. Et habet in comitatu de Appelby c. 
solidatas terre. Thomas filius Johannis tenet terram illam per balliam 
Roberti de Veteri Ponte ut dicit. 

S. ij.9. COMITATUS CUMBERLAND'. 

695. 69 De Robertus de Veteri Ponte habet Thomam filium Willelmi filii 
Testa de Randulfi et terram suam in custodia per dominum Regem Johannem, 
Nevill'. et eidem Thome filiam suam maritavit. Et valet terra sua 1.1. per 
annum. 



266 A.D. 1219 



s. ij- 9. Galf ridus de Lucy habet Petrum filium Simonis de Tyllol in custodia 

695 De P er dominum Regern Johannem. Et valet terra sua per annum xv.l. 

Testa de Walterus filius Bernardi clericus habet Adam filium Ricardi filii 

Nevili'— Trute in custodia per dominum Regem Johannem. Et valet terra 

conL per annum xx.s. 

Thomas de Muleton' habet duas filias Ricardi de Lucy in custodia 
per dominum Regem Johannem. Et maritavit illas duobus filiis suis. 
Et valet terra per annum xl.l. 

Willelmus de Yreby habet alteram filiam Odardi de Hodhame 
de dono Regis Johannis ut dicit. Et valet terra per annum x.l. Et 
alia filia Odardi est in terra domini regis Scocye. 

Domina Helewisa de StutevuT est de donacione domini regis et 
non est maritata. Et valet terra sua xxx ta 1. per annum, sed finem 
fecit cum domino rege ut esset in sua propria donacione. 

Ada de MorevilP fuit in donacione domini Regis Johannis et 
finem fecit cum eo ut possit se maritare ubi voluerit et pro habenda 
hereditate sua et dote sua per quinquentas 1 libras. Thomas de 
Muleton' habet earn modo. Et valet terra sua xxj.l. per annum. 

Alicia que fuit uxor Odonis de Bochardby est in donacione domini 
regis et tenet per seriantiam, et valet terra sua j. marc, per annum. 

Alicia que fuit uxor Ade de Hoton' fuit de donacione domini regis. 
Robertus de Neubigig' desponsavit earn. Et valet terra sua ij.s. 
per annum et tenet per seriantiam. 

Eda que fuit uxor Roberti de Boelton' est de donacione domini 
regis et tenet per seriantiam, et valet terra sua per annum dimidiam 
marcam. 

Hee sunt ecclesie que sunt de donacione regis in 
Cumberland'. 

Ecclesia de Penred quam Radulfus de Nevili' tenet de dono Regis 
Johannis. • 

Ecclesia de Soureby quam Lodovicus clericus tenet per eundem. 

Ecclesia de Sallachil quam Magister Macy medicus tenet per 
eundem. 

Ecclesia de Karlatona quam Thomas de Aldefeld' tenet per 
eundem. 

Ecclesia de Dalaston' quam Johannes de Kirkeby tenet per legatum, 
ut dicitur. 

Hee sunt esscaete in eodem comitatu. 

Villate de Soureby, Karlaton', Hubbricteby, Arfineby sunt esscaete 
domini regis. Dominus Robertus de Ros tenet eas per dominum 
Johannem Regem. Et valent per annum xxx.l. 

Forestaria de Cumberland' solebat reddere per annum x.m. ad 
scaccarium domini regis. Et est jus Ade filie Hugonis de MorvhT 
quam Thomas de Muleton' habet in uxorem. Robertus de Veteri 
Ponte tenet illam forestariam modo. 

Robertus de Hamton' tenet forestariam haye de Plumton' que 
valet per annum xl.s. Et seriantia ilia est jus heredum Ade 
de Hoton'. 

1 So in original (S. ij. 9), perhaps for quingentas. 



WESTMORLAND, CUMBERLAND AND LANCASTER. 267 

S. ij. 9. Villata de Racton' est seriantia ad custodiendum erias ancipitrum 

695. 6 De domini regis et valet per annum c.s. Henricus de Racton' et 

Testa de Reginaldus et Alanus Alius Thome tenent earn. Et Willelmus de 

Nevill'— Yreby habet predictum Alanum in custodia per Hugonem de 

«""• Nevill'. 

Albertus filius Yarnan' tenet j. carucatam terre que valet per 
annum j.m. per seriantiam faciendi portas civitatis Karleoli. 

S - ij- 9 - COMITATUS LANCASTRIE. 

II. 804- 

807. De Reginaldus de Ponz habet in custodia heredem Tebbaldi Walteri 
Testa de cum terra de With . tun' et Treuels et Routheclive. Et valet per 

Nevill . i x 

annum x.l. 

Quenilda filia Ricardi filii Rogeri fuit in donacione domini regis 
et comes Cestrie maritavit earn Rogero Gernet occasione quod ipsa 
tenuit de comite per servicium militare et de domino rege per firmam. 
Et valet terra per annum xxiij.s. 

Henricus de Waleton' tenet xiiij. bovatas terre in Waleton' et 
Wavere 1 et Neusum per serianciam wappentaci. Et valent per 
annum xiiij. s. 

Ada Gerold' tenet ij. bovatas in Dereby per simile servicium. 
Et valet per annum iiij.s. 

Ricardus prepositus de Dereby tenet ij. bovatas terre in Dereby 
per seriantiam essendi prepositus ; et valent per annum iiij.s. 

Ada de Ainoldale tenet iiij. bovatas in Crosseby per seriantiam 
essendi prepositus ; et valent x.s. per annum. 

Domina Helewisa de StutevilP est de donacione domini regis et 
finivit cum domino Rege Johanne quod non esset maritata contra 
voluntatem suam. Et terra eius valet xxx.l. 

Matilda de Stockeport fuit de donacione domini regis et finem 
fecit cum domino Rege Johanne. Et terra valet ij.m. per annum. 

Beatrix de Mitton' finem fecit eodem modo, et terra eius valet 
dimidiam ma ream per annum. 

Domina Ada de Furneys finem fecit eodem modo et maritata est 
Willelmo Pincerne. Et terra eius valet v.m. per annum. 

Uxor Gamelli de Boelton' fuit de donacione domini regis. Et valet 
terra eius iij.s. per annum. 

Matilda de Kellet finem fecit cum domino Rege Johanne ut posset 
se maritare. Et terra sua valet xx.s. per annum. 

Agnes de Hessam fuit in donacione domini regis et est maritata 
sine waranto ut dicitur. Et valet eius terra per annum j.m. 

Uxor Hugonis de Oxeclive est in donacione domini regis. Et terra 
eius valet per annum iij.s. 

Uxor Willelmi Gernet fuit de donacione domini regis et maritata 
est Hamoni de Macy sine waranto ut dicitur. Et terra sua valet 
per annum l.s. 

Hee ecclesie sunt de donacione domini regis. 

Ecclesia Sancti Michaelis super Wir', et magister Macy tenet earn 
per Regem Johannem. 

1 The exact spelling in the original (S. ij. 9) is uncertain. Read Wavertre. 



268 A.D. 1219. 

S. ij. 9. Ecclesia de Prestona de donacione domini regis occasione terre de 
807 De Aumundernes. Petrus Russinol tenuit ex dono domini Regis 
Testa de Johannis et mortuus est. 

Nevill'— Simon Albus tenet duas partes ecclesie de Kirkaim ex dono 
cont. Domini regis qui eas ei dedit racione heredis Tebbaldi Walteri quern 
habet in custodia. 

Ville de Aston' et de duabus Mertonis sunt esscaete domini regis 
de honore de Peverel. Dominus comes de Ferrariis tenet eas. Et 
valent per annum xl.s. 

Idem comes Willelmus tenet Blacrode de eodem honore, et valet 
per annum xx.s. 

Rogerus Gernet tenet Fyswic per seriantiam forestarie, et valet 
xx.s. per annum. 

Idem tenet x. carucatas terre in Lonesdale per idem servicium, 
et valent per annum c.s. 

Idem tenet vj. carucatas terre et dimidiam in wappentaco de Dereby, 
sed nichil habet inde in dominico. 

Alanus de Singelton' tenet dimidiam marcatam in Singelton' per 
seriantiam de wappentaco. Et valet per annum x.s. 

Willelmus de Neuton' tenet ij. bovatas terre per seriantiam de 
wappentaco. Et valent per annum iij.s. 

Ada filius Orm tenet iij. carucatas terre in Kellet per seriantiam 
de wappentaco. Et valent per annum l.s. 

Thomas Gernet tenet ij. carucatas terre in Hesam per seriantiam 
sonandi cornu suum contra dominum regem in adventu suo in partes 
illas, et valent per annum xxx ta s. 

Johannes filius Hugonis de Oxeclive tenet j. carucatam terre 
in Oxeclive per seriantiam carpentarie. Et valet per annum 
xij.s. 

Robertus de Overton' tenet dimidiam carucatam in Overton' per 
seriantiam prepositure. Et valet per annum x.s. 

Rogerus de Skerton' tenet dimidiam carucatam terre per simile 
servicium. Et valet per annum x.s. 

Rogerus Blundus tenet terram in Loncastre per seriantiam car- 
pentarie. Et valet iij.s. per annum. 

Willelmus le Gardiner tenet terram ibidem per seriantiam 
gardinerie. Et valet per annum iij.s. 

Radulfus de Bollerum tenet j. carucatam terre in Bollerrum per 
seriantiam cementarie, et valet per annum x.s. 

Thomas filius Ade tenet vj. bovatas terre in Gersingham per 
seriantiam forestarie. Et valet per annum j.m. 

Willelmus et Benedictus tenent ij. bovatas terre ibidem per 
seriantiam custodiendi eyras ancipitrum domini regis. Et valent 
per annum xl.d. 

Rogerus filius Johannis tenet terram in Loncastre per seriantiam 
faverie. Et valet iij.s. per annum. 

Walterus under Water tenet Milneflet per seriantiam, et terra ilia 
valet dimidiam marcam per annum. 

[Endorsed : — ] Rotulus de custodiis dominarum, puellarum, vale- 
torum, que sunt de custodia domini regis in comitatibus Westmeriland\ 






WESTMORLAND, CUMBERLAND AND LANCASTER. 269 

S. ij. 9. Cumberland', Loncastrie et de esscaetis et serianciis similiter et de 
807 8 D ecc ^ es ^ s Q ue sunt de donacione domini regis et esse debent. 

Testa de 

Nevill'— In Kent. In Midelsex\ In Sussex'. In Surreia. 

cont. 



KENT. 

S. ij. 9. ESKAETE COMITATUS KANCIE. 

Defeodfs ^ n hundredo de Estrie est quedam eskaeta domini regis que 

militum devocatur Mainesse quam H. de Burgo dedit Nichol' de Dunwic', et 

comitatu monachi de Dovor' illam modo tenent, set nescitur per quod servicium 

c^tentis et Valet P er annum c - s - 

in eadem In hundredo de Beauseberge, ecclesia de Ripera est de donacione 
Testa, domini regis et Johannes de Ripera tenet illam de dono domini Regis 
Henrici, patris Johannis Regis. 

Villa de Ripera est eskaeta domini regis ; castrum Dovor' tenet 
inde unam partem ; canonici de Sancta Radegunda tenent inde 
unam partem, et Salom' de Dovor' tenet unam partem de dono 
Regis Johannis, et valet per totum xxx ta 1. 

Ewell est eskaeta domini regis de honore Peverelli ; fratres Milicie 
Templi tenent illam per Willelmum Lungespeie in elemosina, et 
valet per annum xx.l. 

Midelton'. Dominus Henricus Rex, pater Johannis Regis, dedit 
ecclesiam de Bradegare magistro Firmino ; et hospitale Sancti 
Jacobi de Cant' tenet modo illam, set nescitur per quern. 

Idem dedit ecclesiam de Hartlep Thome filio Edwardi Blundi 
de Londoniis quam adhuc tenet, et est in hundredo de Midelton'. 

Midelton. Dominus Ricardus Rex, frater Johannis Regis, dedit 
ecclesiam de Bakechild magistro Olivero, qui illam adhuc tenet. 

Dominus Johannes Rex dedit ecclesiam de Milsted' Wydoni 
clerico qui illam adhuc tenet. 

Idem Rex dedit Willelmo de Wrotham ecclesiam de Wardon' et 
Robertus capellanus modo tenet earn, set nescitur per quern. 

Codested est eskaeta domini regis et dominus Johannes Rex 
dedit earn Willelmo le Taillur qui earn tenet et valet per annum 
xv.s. 

In hundredo de Otteford, Camesing' est eskaeta domini regis et 
Falco de Breaute tenet illam, set nescitur per quern, et valet per 
annum xxxvj.l. 

In hundredo de Schamele, dominus H. de Burgo habet 
custodiam cuiusdam puelle que est heres Willelmi de Lanvalai cum 
maneriis de Chauk' et de Henneherst, et valent per annum xl.l. ; et 
pertinet ad donacionem domini regis, set nescitur per quern habet 
illam in custodia. 

In villa de Derteford', terra Roberti Bacun est eskaeta domini 
regis et Willelmus de Wrotham ex dono domini Regis Johannis 
tenuit illam et dedit earn fratribus hospitalis Ierosolimitanis, set 
nescitur per quod servicium et valet per annum c.s. 

In hundredo de Sutton, terra Gileberti de Foukarmont fuit eskaeta 
domini regis et Willelmus de Wrotham tenuit inde iiij or libratas terre 



270 AD. 1219. 



S. ij. 9. de dono Johannis Regis, et hospitalarii de Ierosolima illas iiij. 
De feodis nDra ta s tenent modo, set nescitur per quern. 

militumde Abbas de Lesnes tenet xx. solidatas redditus de eadem terra de 
comitatu dono ipsius Gilberti Fukarmont. 

contentls ^ n e °dem hundredo, heredes Roberti Walensis tenent quendam 

in eadem campum qui vocatur Rede et valet per annum x.s. et reddunt inde 

Testa— domino regi xiij.d. et antecessores sui erant custodes de placitis corone 

domini regis de lesto de Sutton' et heredes predicti Roberti ita 

esse debent ut intelligunt. In rotulo. 

In hundredo de Brugg', medietas ville de Badrichesburn' que 
fuit Radulfi Teisuni est eskaeta domini regis et Gauf ridus de Say 
tenet earn per dominum Regem Johannem, et valet per annum x.l. 
sine stauro. 

In hundredo de Maidestane, Robertus de Bouton' tenet unam 
sergantiam in villa de Boxel', et valet per annum xl.s. et debet domino 
regi unum equum cum sacco, quando vadit in exercitu apud Walliam. 

Willelmus de Longo Campo tenet OvenelP in eodem hundredo 
que est sergantia domini regis et valet per annum c.s. et debet invenire 
domino regi unum equum et unum saccum cum brocha in exercitu 
Wallie. 

In hundredo de Strete, villa de Selling' est escaeta domini regis 
et Willelmus de Putot tenet earn per Hubertum de Burgo, et valet 
per annum x.l. 

In eodem hundredo, villa de Herst est sergantia domini regis et 
Robertus Falconarius tenet illam per sergantiam unius falconis, et 
valet per annum xv.l. 

In hundredo de Faveresham, ecclesia de Ospreng' est de donacione 
domini regis et data fuit Thome de Boues per dominum Johannem 
Regem, qui adhuc earn tenet, et valet per annum xl.m. 

Villata de Ospreng est eskaeta domini regis de honore Peverelli 
de Dovor' et Hubertus de Burgo tenet earn, set nescitur per quern, 
et valet per annum xl.l. sine stauro. 

In hundredo de Eyhorn', ecclesia de Sutton' est de donacione 
domini regis et Anselmus Grassus earn tenet, set nescitur per quern. 

Herietesham est eskaeta domini Regis et Rogerus de Cressy tenet 
earn, set nescitur per quern et valet per annum xx.l. 

In hundredo de Wy, villa de Bouton' cum Helya herede Alulfi 
de Bouton qui esse debet in custodia domini regis est in manu Petri 
de Maulay et est de honore Bolonie, set nescitur per quern et valet 
per annum xx.l. 

Ecclesia de Bouton que est de donacione predicti Elye heredis 
Alulfi ; dedit dominus legatus Willelmo de Cirencestr'. 

Robertus de Wilminton' tenet unam sergantiam de honore Bononie, 
scilicet Wilminton', et valet per annum ij.m. et tenet illam per 
sergantiam quod sit cocus comitis Bononie. 

Willelmus de Burton' tenet Seten' in eodem hundredo de eodem 
honore per servicium quod debet esse veautrator eiusdem comitis, 
et valet per annum j.m. 

In hundredo de Litlefeld', Emma de BendevilP tenet quandam 
sergantiam, scilicet Pecham per servicium portandi j. hostorium 
domini regis a festo Sancti Michaelis usque ad purificationem Beate 
Marie, et valet per annum xv.l. 



KENT. 271 



S. ij. 9. In hundredo de Bircheholt, Braburn' est eskaeta domini regis et Falco 
De feodis ^ e B reau t e tenet earn, set nescitur per quern, et valet per annum xl.l. 
militumde In hundredo de Newecherche, medietas ville de Bilsinton' est 
comitatu eskaeta domini regis et fuit terra Roberti de Curcy, et comes de 
contends Arundell' tenet earn per Johannem Regem, et valet per annum xxx.l. 
in eadem In dimidio hundredo de Langeport, Aubrea de JarpenvilP tenet 
Testa— quandam seriantiam que vocatur Erie ton' per servicium quod sit 
mariscallus de falconibus domini regis, et valet per annum c.s. 

In hundredo de Wrth, Estbreg est eskaeta domini regis et 
Stephanus Haringod tenet illam, set nescitur per quern nee per quod 
servicium et valet per annum xij.l. et est de honore de Pertico. 

Graneston 1 est eskaeta domini regis et Aubricus de Marinis tenet 
earn de dono Johannis Regis per servicium j. militis, et valet per 
annum v.m. In rotulo. 

Sutton' est escaeta domini regis et Fulco de Breaute tenet earn, 
et nescitur per quern, et valet per annum xl.l. 

Filia Baldewini de VerevalP est de donatione domini regis et 
Willelmus Taillur habet earn de dono domini Johannis Regis, et 
seriantia ilia infra Cantiam valet per annum xv.m. 

Johannes Scambiator fecit quandam purpresturam super Sturam 
et valet per annum ij.d. quos annuatim sol vet domino regi, et idem 
Johannes per licenciam justiciariorum cepit quandam terram juxta 
gardinum suum versus aquilonem unde reddet annuatim domino 
regi ij.d. et ilia terra est de longitudine iij. perticarum et in latitudine 
ij. perticarum. In rotulo. 

Lucas Bleche preocupavit cheminum domini regis de latitudine 
duorum pedum et de longitudine duarum perticarum et valet per 
annum iiij.d. quos sol vet per annum domino regi. In rotulo. 

Adam Percaminarius fecit purpresturam super keminum domini 
regis versus castrum Cantuarie, et valet per annum vj.d. unde 
respondet annuatim domino regi. In rotulo. 

Adam Permentarius preocupavit quandam placiam in Strodes 
super fletum in Stanbregg', et est ad commodum caucee, et valet 
per annum ij.s. Eofa. 

Radulfus Beatrix preocupavit quandam placiam in qua edificavit 
quandam domum, scilicet inter molendinum Templariorum et pontem 
Rofe, et valet per annum ij.s. 

Simon Kidel preocupavit placiam in capite pontis apud Rofam 
versus orientem qui fecit unam soppam, et valet per annum xij.d. 

Golda de Rof a preocupavit super dominum regem quandam placiam 
juxta cimiterium Sancti Andree, et valet per annum ij.d. In rotulo. 

Godardus de ep 2 Pl'ane preocupavit super dominum regem 
quandam placiam juxta cimiterium Sancti Andree, et valet per annum 
iiij.d. et non est ad nocumentum civitatis. In rotulo. 

Nichol de Newintune preocupavit super dominum regem in villa 
de Newinton' per Reginaldum de Cornhulle seniorem, et valet per 
annum xij.d. quos solvet domino regi. In rotulo. 

In portu de Halegesto preocupatur super dominum regem per 
Willelmum de Cornhull, et monachi Sancte Trinitatis tenent illud, 
et valet per annum iiij.d. In rotulo. 



Read Traneston' for Trianston'. 2 Ep supplied over a caret mark. 



272 A.D. 1219. 



MIDDLESEX. 



S# jj 9# ESCHEETE IN MIDDELSEXE. 

* T | 7 61 t5 _ Comes Salesberiensis habet in custodia sua villam de Coleham 
Testa de cum fi aa e ^ hered'e Ricardi de Camvill' que est de donatione domini 
Nevill'. regis. Et valet per annum xl.L, nescitur per quern. 

Reginaldus Cabus tenet quandam serganciam in Ykeham. Et 
debet domino regi inde in excercitu suo in Walliam quando 
summonitus fuerit, unum equum et unum saccum cum broca et unum 
servientem. Et si amiserit in servicio domini regis equum vel saccum 
vel brocham, dominus rex ei restaurabit ; et serviens et equus eius 
erunt ad custum domini regis. 

Ecclesia Sancti Clementis est de donatione domini regis et Tem- 
plarii earn tenent, set nescitur per quern. Et valet per annum 
vj.m. 

Otho Alius Willelmi tenet Lilleston' per seriantiam custodiendi 
cuneos monete. Et valet per annum xl.s. 

Ida Triket tenuit quandam terram in Brembeleg' per seriantiam 
tenendi unum manutergium ad manus domini regis ad coronationem 
suam. Et valet per annum lx.s. et per heredes suos partita est per 
di versa loca, scilicet monialibus de Stratford' et canonicis Sancte 
Trinitatis et alibi. 

Margeria de Leveland custodit aulam domini regis de West- 
monasterio per sergantiam et recipit cotidie vij.d. de bursa domini 
regis. 

Alexander le Goriurer preoccupavit super dominum regem 
quandam placiam que valet per annum iiij or d. de quibus respondebit 
singulis annis ad scaccarium ad festum Sancti Michaelis. Et finem 
fecit de misericordia pro j.m. In rotulo. 

Lambertus Sacrista fecit purpresturam quandam super dominum 
regem in veteri vico extra GosewelP. Et valet per annum j.m. 
cum edificiis que idem Lambertus ibi fecit, et sine edificiis valet terra 
ilia per annum iij.s. Et preceptum est vicecomiti quod caperet 
purpresturam illam in manum domini regis et idem Lambertus 
nichil potest dare de misericordia quia pauper est. 



SUSSEX. 

S. ij. 9. ESCKEETE IN SUSSEXIA. 

II. 93. Willelmus de GundevilT tenet quandam seriantiam in Lovinton' 
scilicet unam hidam terre per quatuor albos capones reddendos 
quando dominus rex venerit ad rapum de ArundelP, et terra valet 
per annum xx.s. 

Rogerus de Wolpting qui mortuus est tenuit quandam sergantiam 
in hundredo de Estburn' que valet per annum x.m. per servicium 
portandi vexillum pedes in exercitu domini oregis. 

Petrus de Croim tenuit villam de Dum' per dominum Johannem 
Regem et nunc tenet earn quidam Almaricus de Sancto Amando per 
dominum Wintoniensem, et valet per annum xl.l. 



SUSSEX. 273 

S. ij. 9. Henricus de Palern' custodit portam extra turrim de ballia per 
seriantiam illam, et valet per annum iiij or m. et dimidiam. 

Willa de Copton est eskaeta domini regis quam Henricus de Pontal- 
demer tenet, set nescitur per quern, et valet per annum iiij.l. 

Memorandum 1 quod villa de Wincheles' est in misericordia. 
Et villa ta de Ria similiter in misericordia. 



cont. 



SURREY. 

S. ij. 9. ESKEETE IN SURREIA. 

II. 86. Edelina del Brok tenet quandam seriantiam in villa de Geldeford' 
et extra per mariscallciam in curia domini regis, et valet per 
annum c.s. 

Eadem Edelina est de donatione domini regis et non est maritata 
et tenet manerium de Cateshell' per sergantiam servandi hostium 
camere domini regis, et valet per annum c.s. 

Eustacius de Eya tenet x.s. redditus in villa de Leddred' de 
dono Regis Ricardi, set nescitur per quod servicium. 

Ricardus Lewer tenet in eadem villa lx.s. redditus de dono Regis 
Johannis reddendo inde unum hosturium. 

Ecclesia de Merewe est de donacione domini regis et dominus 
Rex Johannes dedit illam Baldewino capellano, et valet per 
annum xv.m. 

Willa de Sutton' est eskaeta domini regis et Gilebertus Basset 
tenet earn per Marescallum, 2 et valet per annum viij.m. 

Robertus de Basing' tenet quandam terram in Bagsete quam 
Rex Henricus dedit Hoppeschort per sergantiam de veautria, et 
valet per annum xlij.s. Loquendum. 

Gaufridus de Porton' tenet quandam terram in villa de Maiford' 
per sergantiam inveniendi unum servientem in excercitu domini 
regis cum una haubergello, et valet per annum xl.s. 

Wimundus de Raleg' habet custodiam filie et heredis Michaelis 
Belet cum hereditate sua in Senes et debet esse in custodia domini 
regis, et valet per annum x.l. preter duas dotes, et idem Wimundus 
habet custodiam predictam per Willelmum Bruwere ; et 3 sergantia 
domini regis de buteleria sua. 

Villa de Hamme est eskaeta domini regis et valet per annum vj.l. 
et episcopus Wintoniensis illam tenet. Loquendum. 

Terra Radulfi Postel est sergantia domini regis ad colligendam 
lanam regine, et si lanam non collegerit dabit per annum regi xx.s. 
et terra valet per annum xx.s. 

Samson filius Samsonis de Moleseia tenet terram suam in 
Moleseia per servicium inveniendi unam balistam in exercitu domini 
regis, et valet per annum viij.l. 

Willelmus le Frankelein, Osbertus Malherbe et Osbertus Blundus 
et Matildis vidua tenent in villa de Abse dimidiam hidam terre de 
libera elemosina domini regis Johannis per servicium faciendi 

1 This entry and the next are not copied into the Book. 

2 Marescallum written over an erasure. 3 Supply est. 

Wt. 3705. b 18 



274 A.D. 1219. 



II. 86 

cont 



?t ^'n 9 ' cerv isiam per annum de uno quarterio de chefbrais cum secta et 
dandi earn caritative pro animabus regum Anglie in f esto Omnium 
Sanctorum, et valet per annum x.s. 

Baldewinus filius et heres comitis de Insula est in custodia Falconis 
de Breaute, qui deberet esse in custodia domini regis et terre eius 
in hundredo de Bricsiston' valent per annum xviij.l. 

Willelmus de Bateilly tenet villain de Waleton' per episcopum 
Wintoniensem que est eskaeta domini regis et valet per annum x.l. 

Robertus et Matheus de Micheham tenent j. hidam terre in Michham 
de dono domini Regis Henrici senioris et reddunt inde vicecomiti 
Surreie ad firmam suam x.s. per annum. 

Willelmus de Wauton tenet de antecessoribus xij. acras terre in 
Micheham et reddit inde per annum vicecomiti Surreie ad firmam 
suam xij.d. 

Hugo Bardolf qui habet in uxorem Isabellam filiam et heredem 
Roberti Aguillon. 

Willelmus Aguillun tenet quandam terram in villa de Adinton 
per seriantiam faciendi hastias in coquina domini regis die 
coronacionis sue, vel aliquis pro eo debet facere ferculum quoddam 
quod vocatur del Girunt et si apponatur sagimen tunc vocatur 
malpigernoun. In rotulo. 

[Endorsed : — ] De Testa de Nevill. Continet xij. pecias. 



ESSEX. 

II. 244- ROTULUS ESCHAETARUM ET SERIANTIARUM ETC. 

250. IN COMITATU ESSEX'. 

HUNDREDUM DE HERLAUE. 

Walterus de HauvilP tenet per seriantiam Halingber' de Walle 
per dominum Regem Henricum avum et relicta Radulfi Purcel habet 
sextam partem ville illius in dotem,et valet tota villa cum stauro vj.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE HEINGEFORD'. 

Heres Radulfi Picot debet esse in custodia domini regis et est in 
custodia Baldwini Fill', set nescimus per quern et debet tenere per 
serianteriam scilicet custodiendi unum nisum ad custum domini 
regis et valet terra sua in Parva Reynes xl.s. 

Heres Johannis filii Godefridi debet esse et cetera, et est in custodia 
Comitis W. de MandevhT, set nescimus quo modo, et tenet per 
seriantiam faciendi wafres domino regi, et valet terra sua in 
Leston' iiij.l. 

Tres filie Ricardi de Raymes tenent per baroniam in Parva Reynes ; 
primogenita scilicet Alicia est vidua ; secunda, scilicet Amicia 
uxor est Willelmi de Marini per dominum regem ; tercia scilicet 
Johanna uxor est Willelmi de Herlawe, set nescimus per quern ; 
et Alicia que fuit uxor predicti Ricardi vicjua est ; valet autem 
predicta terra lx.s. 

Robertus de Ferrariis tenet de honore Peverelli de London' 
in Stebbing' feodum unius militis per Regem Johannem,et valet xx.l. 



ESSEX. 275 



II. 244- Johannes de Stebbing' habet in eadem villa quartam partem 
250— com. un j us hyde terre per seriantiam ad custodiendum unum nisum ad 
custum domini regis, et valet x.s. 

Willelmus Parmentarius tenet in eadem villa unam virgatam terre 
de domino rege, set nescimus per quern et reddit inde x.s. per annum. 
Adam films Nicholai tenet in villa de Feltstede de domino rege 
dimidiam virgatam terre per seriantiam custodiendi unum palefridum 
domini regis, et valet terra v.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE WENSINTR'. 

Estmereseya est eschaeta domini regis et Ricardus de Ripar' tenet 
per dominum Regem Johannem, et valet xvj.l. et est de feodo Henrici 
de Essex'. 

Willelmus Alius Johannis tenet quandam terram per seriantiam in 
villa de Leigre, et valet j.m. Debet autem invenire domino regi 
j. equum de precio v.s. et unum saccum et unam broch' ad eundum 
in exercitum domini regis in Wallia ad sumptus domini regis. 

HUNDREDUM DE LEXEDEN'. 

Esthorp' et Briche sunt eschaete domini regis de terra Normannorum 
et Radulfus Gernun tenet eas per Regem Johannem, set nescimus 
per quod servicium, et valent xx.L, et idem Radulfus dedit ecclesias 
illarum villarum Rogero de Moris. 

H. de Burgo, justiciarius, habet filiam et heredem Willelmi 
de LaunvalP et terra eius in hundredo de Lexeden' valet xx.l. 

Vetus Horkeleg' est eschaeta de honore Henrici de Essex' et 
H. de Burgo tenet, et valet x.l. 

Rogerus filius Yve de Mescing' tenuit terram suam de Mescing' 
de Ricardo de Reymes qui de domino rege tenuit et idem Rogerus 
filiam et heredem eius dedit Thome Baynard, set nescitur si idem 
Rogerus fecerit servicium domino regi post mortem predicti Ricardi. 

HUNDREDUM DE TENDRING'. 

Baldewinus Fill' tenet in villa de Ardeleg' quandam terram per 
seriantiam servandi unum nisum, et valet terra xl.s. et finem fecit 
inde cum domino Rege Johanne. 

HUNDREDUM DE TURSTAPElA 

Gaufridus filius Willelmi Tregoz debet esse in custodia domini 
regis et Stephanus Haring' 1 habet ilium, set nescimus quo modo, et 
est de honore Peverelli, et valet terra eius c.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE ANGRE. 

Matillis de Lucy, domina de Angre, maritata est Ricardo de Ripar' 
per Regem Johannem et valet terra eius xl.l. in Angre. 

Wulfelmeston' est de seriantia que pertinet ad thalamum regine 
et valet xl.s. et earn tenet Cecilia de Saunford' de dote. 

Cecilia de Averench' est de donacione domini regis et valet terra 
sua lv. 2 



1 Extend Haringod, 2 So in MS, 



276 A.D. 1219. 



II. 244- HUNDREDUM DE BERDESTAPELL . 

^50— cont. ]\f ar i a Malegreste 1 est de donacione domini regis et est vidua, et 
terra sua valet c.s. 

Wichford fuit eschaeta domini Regis Ricardi et dedit illam Urrico 
Balistario. Et modo tenet illam Terricus le Tyes, set nescimus 
quo modo, et terra ilia valet x.l. 

Chaluedon' fuit de donacione domini Regis Henrici avi. Et 
illam dedit Alwardo Camerario, et modo illam tenent Willelmus 
de Hob rig' et Albricus de Wyke et Philippus de Hykewrth' per 
Robertum filium Walteri, et valet xx.l. 

Willelmus Thorel tenet in ChaldewelP per seriantiam naperie et 
valet terra eius c.s. et diu tenuit. 

Robertus de Sutton' tenet in Bures per seriantiam de cauderie, 
et valet terra eius c.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE WYHAM. 

Honor Peverelli est eschaeta domini regis et H. de Burgo, 
justiciarius, tenet per dominum regem. 

Honor Bononie est in manu domini regis. 

Willelmus Ma rtelP et Radulfus de Coggeshal' tenent per heredi- 
tatem uxorum suarum de honore Bononie per seriantiam camerarie 
comitis Bononie et per duos denarios de custodia, et valet terra 
eorum iiij.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE BEKINTR'. 

Domina Milisenta de Mumfichet est de donacione domini regis 
et est maritanda, et valet terra eius in Esthamme c.s. 

Ecclesia de Havering' est de donacione domini regis, et Rex 
Henricus avus dedit earn fratribus de Monte Jo vis. 

Terra Johannis Derewin fuit eschaeta domini regis et dominus 
Rex Johannes dedit earn comiti ArundelP, et valet x.s. in Havering, 
et debet seriantiam custodiendi forinsecum boscum regis de Havering', 
et debet dare vj.d. de paunagio. 

Johannes Hurell' tenet dimidiam hydam terre per seriantiam 
in Havering', et debet custodire parcum domini regis et dare vj.d. 
de paunagio. 

VILLATA DE NEUPORT. 

Ecclesia de Neuport est de donacione domini regis et spectat ad 
decanatum Sancti Martini Londoniarum quern dominus rex dare 
debet, et Galfridus de Bocklaund' habet per dominum regem. 

VILLATA DE HATFELD'. 

Nicholaus de Barenton' tenet dimidiam virgatam terre in Hatfeld 
per seriantiam custodiendi boscum domini regis, et valet terra ilia 
dimidiam marcam et tenet hereditarie. 

HUNDREDUM DE CHELMERESFORD'. 

Petrus Picot tenet Springefeld' de feodo Willelmi de BesevilP 
per dominum regem, et valet xx.l. 

1 Read Malegreffe. 



ESSEX. 277 



II. 244- Baldewinus de la Bernere tenet Borham per dominum regem ut 
250— conL dicit, et valet x.l. et preceptum est vicecomiti quod capiatur in 
manum domini regis donee et cetera. 

In eadem terra sunt due vidue quarum terre valent iiij.l. 

Robertus Maresc' tenet per seriantiam servandi unum palefridum 
et valet terra sua x.s. 

Borham. Rogerus Alius Alani debet domino regi unum saccum 
de cute et j. broch' ferreum, et valet xl.s. 

Comes Arundell' tenet Parvam Wautham per wardam Willelmi 
de Kyvilby 1 et debet seriantiam pincerne domini regis, et valet lx.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE DANESYA. 

Hubertus de Burgo, justiciarius, tenet villam de Purle que est 
eschaeta domini regis, et valet xxx.l. 

Hardekinus de Hailesl' tenet HailesP, set nescimus quo modo, 
et valet xx.s. 

Walterus Mailard' et Willelmus Canis tenent villam de Bradewell 
per seriantiam cum armis &c. ; et Thomas de Dyva tenet terram 
illam de eis, et valet x.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE CHAFEORD'. 

Bartholomeus de Brinzun' debet esse in custodia domini regis 
et est in custodia Johannis de Bassingburn' et est maritatus per 
eundem Johannem per donacionem domini regis et valet terra sua 
x.l. et est de feodo comitisse Augi. 

Henricus de CramavhT tenet Renham de honore Peverelli de 
Dovoria et est maritatus per Johannem de Rocheford', et terra sua 
valet c.s. 

Agnes relicta Bartholomei de Brizun est maritanda, et valet 
terra sua c.s. 

Domina Egidia vidua tenet terram de Chiltendich', et valet l.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE DUNMAWE. 

Agnes Peverel vidua est et est de donacione domini regis et valet 
terra sua vij.l. 

Walterus de Merk' tenet terram suam de Roing' per seriantiam 
falconarie, et valet x.l. 

Radulfus Monachus tenet terram suam de Eyston' per seriantiam 
lardenarie, et valet xviij.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE FRESCHWELL'. 

Domina Amicia de Heliun est de donacione domini regis et est 
* vidua et valet terra sua de Bumstede xx.s. 

Simon de Achwell tenet per seriantiam et debet esse hastelarius 
domini regis, et valet terra sua x.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE ROCHEF'. 

Ecclesia de Hadleg' est de donacione domini regis, sicut de eschaeta 
baronie de Reylegh. Et Robertus de London' tenet illam de dono 
domini legati. 

1 Read Kyvilly. 



278 A.D. 1219. 



II- 244 ~ Baronia de Reyleg' est eschaeta domini regis et H. de Burgo, 
' justiciarius, tenet illam set nescimus per quod servicium ; et valet 
in hundredo de Rochef lx. et x.l. cum instauramento. 

Kouedon' 1 est in manu Terrici Teutonici per dominum Henricum 
et valet xxvij.l. set nescimus per quod servicium. 

Rareg' est in manu Hugonis de Berne vail' per dominum Regem 
Johannem, et tenet per servicium unius militis, et valet xv.l. cum 
instauramento. 

Wakering' est in manu Hugonis de NeovuT per dominum regem 
cum filio 2 Henrici de Cornhull' et tenet per servicium j. militis, et 
valet xl.l. cum stauro. 

Fulco de Cantilupo tenuit ante guerram Schopelaund per dominum 
regem ; et post guerram recuperavit Baldwinus de Ostrewic terram 
illam sicut rectus heres, et valet xvj.l. cum stauro et tenet per servicium 
duorum militum. 

VILLATA DE WRITL'. 

Ecclesia de Writl' est de donacione domini regis et illam modo 
tenent fratres hospi talis Sancti Spiritus Rome, set nescimus per 
quern, et valet ecclesia cm. 

Willelmus de Herban, 3 tenet in Writl' unam virgatam terre per 
xx. s. ad firmam de WrtiP scilicet terram illam que fuit Briani et 
debet custodire forestam, viride scilicet et venacionem. 

Radulfus serviens tenet unum mesuagium in eadem villa per 
seriantiam ad faciendum summoniciones in comitatu et reddendum 
vj.d. ad firmam manerii de Writl'. 



NORFOLK. 

S. ij. 9. ROTULUS DE ESCAETIS ET SERGANTIIS ET CETERIS 

II- 302- IN COMITATU NORFF\ 

305. De 

Testa de HUNDREDUM DE EYNEFORD. 

Nevill. Ecclesia de Falesham est de donatione domini regis et Anselmus 
Crassus habet illam per W. Marescallum juniorem. 

Ecclesia de Timel thorp' est de donatione domini regis et Vincentius 
de Bee tenet illam per Baldewinum de Betun', comitem Albamarlie. 

Ecclesia de Binetr' est de donatione domini regis et Philippus de 
Langebr' tenet illam per eundem Baldewinum. 

Escaeta. Quedam escaeta est in Ringelond', et Weston', et Morton', 
et dominus Falk' tenet earn ; iij.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE GALEHO. 

Comes ArundelP tenet Falkeham que est escaeta domini regis et 
valet xlviij.l. et iiij.s. et v.d., et tenet earn in escambium terre sue 
de Normannia per dominum Johannem Regem. 

HUNDREDUM DE FRETHEBRIGGE. 

Domina Gundreda de Warrenn' est de donatione domini regis in 
Dersingeham et valet terra eius xxx.l. 






1 Read Kanedon, i.e. Canewdon. 2 Read filia. 3 Read Herlau. 



cont. 



NORFOLK. 279 



S. ij. 9. Domina Emma de Bella Fago similiter in Fhcham et valet terra 

II. 302- • 1 & 

305. De elUS xxxl - 

Testa de Escaeta. Terra Rogeri filii Hervici clerici de Appelton' fuit in 
Nevill'-- manu domini regis per unum annum et cetera pro falso Sacra- 
mento et valet dimidiam ma ream. Set modo est in manu comitis 
Arundeir. . 

HUNDREDUM DE NORTHERPINGEH'. 

Escaeta. Terra Bunde filii Hervici Gamel imprisonati apud 
Norwicum pro morte uxoris sue, et postea deliberati per Hervicum 
Belet est in manu domini regis ; set nescitur quid valet. 

Matillis de Becham que fuit uxor Abrahe de Felmingham est in 
donatione domini regis, et valet dimidiam marcam. 

HUNDREDUM DE LODING'. 

Sergantia. Willelmus le Enveise tenet in LanghaP quandam 
sergantiam per unum siflet et unum saltum et cetera et valet c.s. 
et habet terram illam per comitem H. le Bigod. 

HUNDREDUM DE NORTHGRENEHO. 

Advocatio. Medietas advocationis ecclesie de Holkham est de 
donatione domini regis et valet l.m. et magister Robertus de 
Gloucestria tenet per dominum Regem Johannem. 

HUNDREDUM DE HERESHAM. 

Alicia que fuit uxor Philippi filii Roberti data est Radulfo de 
Trublevill per dominum regem, et valet villa sua de Dunton' xiij.l. 
et est de dote ipsius Alicie. 

Sergantya. Warinus Ostriciarius de Redenhal' tenet terram suam 
per sergantiam scilicet mutandi domino regi unum accipitrem et 
portandi ilium in hieme ad sumptus domini regis, et valet terra 
ilia xl.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE DISCE. 

Custodia. Petrus filius Bartholomei de Auvelers est de custodia 
domini regis et terra sua valet x.s. in Self ham. 1 

Femina Bartholomei de Auvelers maritata est Radulfo de Bello 
Campo, et finem fecit apud Londonias, quia est de donatione domini 
regis et Petrus predictus est in custodia illorum, set nescimus per 
quern. 

Dominicum. Comes ArundelP tenet silvam unam que fuit de 
dominico domini regis in villa de Fersfeld' et habet in eadem villa 
xix.s. et iiij or d. redditus pertinentis ad silvam illam, et per longum 
tempus tenuit, set nescitur quomodo. 

Sergantia. Willelmo de Meaulinges tenet terram suam per 
sergantiam vendendi averia domini regis ad forum de Norwico, 
et valet terra sua in Binston' 2 xl.s. 

Sergantia. Bartholomeus de Auvelers tenet terram suam per 
sergantiam ducendi servientes pedites in Wallia, et valet terra sua 
x.s. 



1 i.e. Shelf anger. 2 Read Burston'. 



280 A.D. 1210. 



S. ij. 9. HTXDREDTTM DE ESTFLEG . 

305 De Custodia. Hugo de Giirnay debet esse in custodia domini regis 
Testa de et Willelmus de Cantilupo habet terrain suani de Castr . et valet 
NevilF — xvj.l. set nesciinus per quem. 

Doinina Margeria de Cressy est de donacione doniini regis et valet 
terra sua in Fileby c.s. 

Doniina Johanna que fuit uxor Radulfi Pelliparii est de donatione 
doinini regis et est maritata Willelmo Aguilun per dominum Regem 
Johannem. et valet terra sua in Scrouteby vi] Um 1. 

Advocatio. Quatuor ecclesie de Onnesby sunt de donatione domini 
regis, et dominus rex dedit illas hospitali Sancti Pauli de Norwico. 

Hl'NDKEDUM DE THAVERHAM. 

Escaeta. Fret ham fuit terra Roberta Bertram et Rogerus Pauper 
tenet illam per dominum Regem Johannem, et valet xij.l. 

HTODREDITM DE STTTHGREXEHO. 

Escaeta. Oxeburc fuit escaeta domini regis, et vicecomes tenuit, 
et solebat valere x.l. et nunc reddita est recto heredi. 

HUXDREDUM DE SUTHERPINGEHAM. 

Isabella de Cressy est de donatione domini regis et Rogerus de 
Cressy habet illam de dono domini Regis Johannis, et terra sua valet 
xxx : - 1. in hundredo de Erpingeham. 

Escaeta. Quedam escaeta est in Oulton' de xl.s. redditus et est 
in manu Huberti de Burgo. justiciarii. et donatio ecclesie de Oulton' 
pertinet ad ilium tenementum. et Johannes persona tenet illam ex 
dono patris sui. 

Sergantia. Willelmus le May tenet quandain sergantiam in villa 
de Causton\ et pascit j. limerum. et valet xx.s. 

Avicia Tusard tenet quandam sergantiam in villa de Baningham 
per balistariam. et valet lx.s. 

Hubertus Corn de Buef tenet quandam sergantiam in eadem villa 
per balistariam. et valet xxviij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE BROTHECROS'. 

Sergantia. Henricus de HauvilT tenet villam de Dunton' per 
sergantiam de falconaria de dono Regis RicardL et valet xv.l. 

HUXDEEDO DE FUGERHOWE. 

Dominicum. Heingham fuit manerium doniini regis, et Rex 
Henricus avus dedit ecclesiam Johanni de Brideport, et postea 
Rex Johannes dedit eandem filio predict! Johannis, et postea dedit 
manerium illud Johanni Marescallo. 

Escaeta. Costeseya fuit escaeta domini Regis Ricardi qui dedit 
illam Roberto de Mortuo Mari. et valet xxxv.l. et Rex Johannes 
dedit ecclesiam Willelmo de Reinges, set nescitur quid valet. 

Dominus Falk' habet Huningham et Heston', set nescimus per 
quem. et valent xx xi 1. 

Comes W. de Mandevill" habet Bauneburg', set nescimus per 
quem, et valet xv.l. 



NORFOLK. 



HT>~PREDOI DE HFMEI.IORP . 

E> Terra Walteri Wuderoue utlagati est in manu domini 

- e: valet v - 

XevilT— Heres Willelnii Peverel debt: he in eustodia domini 

regis et Thomas de BaskervilT La bet custodiani eius et terre sue de 

Melton* per dominum regem. ut dicunt, et valet x.L et preceptum 

ast good capiat in inanuni domini regie ionec 

Peverel est de donatione domini regis e: ast "dua et terra 
sua de Brake valet iiij 01 1. 

dultus de Erlham tenet terram Roberti de 
Wait] in Erlham per - :iam faeiendi xl. diebus balistariam 

in castello de Xorwico. et valet terra ilia xl.s. 

Willelmns filius Johannis de Karleton' et Willelmus films Radulti 
tenent de domino rege per ser e m ferendi xx :: iiij or pastilla 

alleeis domino regi. et valent terre eorum ij.m. 

BT/KGOI PE XOKWTCO. 

Es Karolus de Gerneinu ha bet terras et redditus magistri 

Henrici de Gerneinu et Roberti fiiii sui per dominum Regem 
Johannem et valent per annum viij.s. et iiij .d. et ballivi de Xor- 
apponunt clameum. 

VILLA DE GEEOCEMrE. 

has de Gerneinu tenet terras et redditus magistri 
Henr Gerneinu per dominum Regem Johannem. et valent iij.m. 

et ballivi de Gernemu apponunt elameum suum. 



SUFFOLK 

S DE C OMIT AT U SUI 

HOPREPrM PE SAFyrORp". 

C v.stodia. Rieardus tilius Bartholomei de Auvelers debet esse in 
n '- eustodia domini regis et est in eustodia matris sue per H. de Bui 
cum quo tinem feeit per xx.s. et terra eius valet e.s. et tenet per 
sergantiam. sieut alibi dictum est. 

v ssa ndra uxor eiusdem Bartholoinei debet ess^e de donatione 
mini regis -et maritata est per predictum fineni. 
Advoeatio. Eeclesia de Hintlesham est de donatione domini 
■egjs set tuit Mikaeli Relet per Regem Rieardum. 

;lesia de Chelmondeston' data fuit Magistro Mbysi per Matildem 
Reginain. unde Radulfus Gernun et Willelmus de Braunford' sunt 
•ti. 
sb de Tatingcsion' d :it Alano de Bella Fago per Regem 

Henricum avum. 

Terr- Ade Mauveisin est esca mini regis s mnus rex 

illam dedit Radulto German, et valet xJ. 

HOPREPVM PE WAYN::r.P*. 

Weston' et eec esu Sancte Marie de 
^"ilingham sunt de donatione domini regis .: _>::r Simon de 
Thanet illas tenet de dono domini Regis Johannis. 



282 A.D. 1219. 



S. ij. 9. Ecclesia Sancti Bothulfi de Cave est similiter de donatione domini 
308. De re &i s ' e ^ Magister Willelmus de Bodham illam tenet de dono domini 
Testa de Regis Johannis. 

Neviir- Escaeta. Terra Thuneire fuit escaeta domini regis tempore 
Henrici Regis. Et Thomas films Hervici Cobbe, Adam films Andree, 
Walterus films Thome, Johannes Hunteman, Constantinus filius 
Hagenild' filie Gerardi Benewill' tenent terram illam, set nescitur 
per quern ; et reddunt ad scaccarium per annum per manus vice- 
comitis v.s. et vij.d., et tantum valet terra et preceptum est 
vicecomiti quod capiat illam in manum et cetera. 



cont. 



HUNDREDUM DE BLITHING . 

Donatio. Margeria de Cressy est de donatione domini regis, et 
valet terra sua in hundredo de Blithing' xiiij.l. 

Escaeta. Nicholaus de Dunewic' tenet villain de WesthaP de dono 
Regis Johannis, et valet xvj.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE STOWE. 

Advocatio. Ecclesiae 1 de Hagenet et de Sevelond sunt de dona- 
tione domini regis, et magister Alanus de Becles tenet illas per 
dominum legatum. 

Escaeta. Manerium de Hagenet est escaeta domini regis, et 
H. de Burgo, justiciarius, tenet illud per Regem Johannem, et 
valet xl.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE HERTESMERE. 

Sergantia. Bartholomeus de Auvelers tenet per sergantiam in 
Brom et debet ducere servientes in exercitu Wallie, et valet terra 
sua xl.s. et debet habere iiij.d. de quolibet serviente quern duxerit. 

Hubertus Corndebuef tenet in Meleford' 2 per sergantiam balistarie, 
et valet per annum v.m. 

Escaeta. Dominus Falk' de Breaute tenet honorem de Eya per 
Regem Johannem, et est escaeta. 

HUNDREDUM DE LUDINGELOND'. 

Advocatio. Ecclesiae 1 de Parva Gernemuta' et de Gorleston', et 
de Lowistoft, et de Beleton', sunt de donatione domini regis, et 
magister Alanus de Stokes tenet illas per canonicos de Sancto 
Bartholomeo de Smethefeld', quibus dominus Rex Henricus avus 
illas dedit, ut dicunt. 

Sergantia. Rogerus de Burgo tenet Burg' per servicium unius 
balistarii ad castrum Norwici, et valet terra c.s. 

Domina Gundreda de Warrenn' est de donatione domini regis, 
et valet terra sua in hundredo de Blake brunne x.l. 

HUNDREDUM DE COSFORD'. 

Domina Helewisa de Gwerres bis dotata fuit per dominum regem, 
primo Willelmo de Pynkiny, secundo Willelmo filio Roberti, et 
domina Matillis de Flamvilla similiter est de donatione domini 

1 So in original (S. ij. 9). 2 Bead Mendlesham. 



SUFFOLK. 283 

S. ij. 9. regis, et ambe sunt maritande set vetule sunt ; et manerium de 
308 De Bildeston' partitum est inter eas et valet xx.l. et est de baronia 
Testa de Godefridi de Luvein' per hereditatem uxoris sue. 

Nevill'— 

C07lL HUNDREDUM DE RISEBREG'. 

Sergantia. Gilibertus Pichard de Wrating' tenet per sergantiam, 
et debet domino regi in excercitu Wallie unum arcum et v. sagittas, 
et debet recipere cotidie iiij.d. et valet terra sua iij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE BABBEBERG'. 

De custodia. Hamo Alius Henrici de Clerbec debet esse in 
custodia domini regis, et Yda mater eius habet illam et terram eius 
per dominum regem, et valet terra x.l. et ipsa Ida maritanda est. 

Johannes Alius Andree de Bello Campo debet similiter esse in 
custodia domini regis, et Eva de Gray, mater eius, habet custodiam 
eius et terre sue de Asington' per dominum Falk', et valet terra eius 
xx.l. et ipsa Eva est maritanda. 

Filius David de Lindeseye similiter debet esse et cetera, et Engelard' 
constabularius de Windleshore habet terram eius in Kaftnedich' 
et terra valet c.s., set nescimus per quern tenet. 

Basilia de Limisi est de donatione domini regis, et est maritata 
Hugoni de Hodeseh" per dominum Regem Johannem, et valet terra 
eius in Kavenedis c.s. 

Escaeta. Villa de Eylaund est escaeta domini regis, et dominus 
H. de Burgo tenet illam sicut de baronia, et valet xx.l. 

Hugo Talemasch' tenet quandam escaetam in Aketon' de dono 
Regis Johannis, et valet x.l. et debet servicium dimidii militis. 

Reginaldus de Poinz tenet Wivermers' que est escaeta domini 
regis, et valet x.m. et tenet per regem ut dicunt. 

HUNDREDUM DE BOSEMERE. 

Sergantia. Alexander de Brunton' tenet dimidiam carucatam 
terre per servicium j us salti et sibiP &c. et valet x.s. 

BURGUS DE GYPESWIC'. 

Advocatio. Ecclesia Sancti Mathei et ecclesia Omnium 
Sanctorum de Gypeswic' sunt de donatione domini regis et Johannes 
de Plessis est persona per dominum Regem Johannem. 

Wykes est de dominico domini regis et membrum burgi de Gypeswic 
et dominus Legatus tenet, set nescimus per quern. 



LINCOLN. 

S. ij. 9. VEREDICTA JURATORUM DE COMITATU LINC DE DOMINABUS, 

II. 565- VADLETIS ET PUELLIS ET ESCAETIS ET SERIANTIIS ETC. 

567. DE SINGULIS WAPENTAKIS IN COMITATU LINCOLNIE. 

JERDEBRUG' WAPENTACHIUM. 

Cecilia de Albiniaco vidua est de donacione domini regis et habet 
in Bekeby redditum xiiij cim s. et in villa de Aburc' redditum iiij or m. 
et v.s. ij.d. 



284 A.D. 1219. 



S. ij. 9. Willelmus de Cantelup', nepos Fulconis de Cantelup', tenet x. 
507— cont libratas terre cum pertinenciis in Barton' de escaeta domini regis 
de terra que fuit Aaronis Judei Lincolnie per Fulconem de Cantelup' 
et nullum servicium inde facit domino regi et Willelmus predictus 
dederat Roberto Barat medietatem illius, qui illam dedit domui 
religiose, scilicet abbacie de Bardenay. 

Matillis Banastr' vidua est de donacione domini regis, et terra sua 
valet x.m. per annum in Kirmington'. 

Hugo Alius Henrici de Nevill' de Hall' debet esse in custodia 
domini regis et Willelmus de Albiniaco habet ilium in custodia per 
dominum regem, et terra sua valet in Kirington' per annum v.m. xvj.d. 
et in Haburg' v.m. et dimidiam et xviij.d. per annum. 

Ecclesia de Kirmington' est de donacione domini regis et abbas de 
Neuhus tenet earn, set nesciunt per quod habet ingressum. 

SOCHA DE CASTRE. 

Ecclesia de Suthkellis' est de donacione domini regis et dominus 
Rex Ricardus dedit illam Jocali de Abbendon' et valet per annum x.m. 

HAWARDISHOU WAPENTACHIUM. 

Socha de Waltham est de donacione domini regis per Alanum 
filium comitis Britannie, et Henricus Alius regis et Radulfus de Raleg' 
tenent inde xl. libra tas terre per breve regis, et Hugo de Gurnay 
qui est in custodia Willelmi de Cantelupo per dominum regem xlj. 
libra tas terre, et Cunradus de Vilers xl. marcatas terre per dominum 
regem. 

Ecclesia de Leisseb' est de donacione domini regis et Johannes 
clericus Gaufridi de Nevill' habet de dono Regis Johannis illam 
ecclesiam. 

Ecclesia de Parva Cotis est de donacione domini regis, et Fraricus 
clericus habet earn de dono Regis Johannis. 

SOCHA DE HORNECASTR'. 

Ecclesia de Hornecastr' et de Askeb' et de Superiori Thinton' 
et de Meringes et de Hinderby sunt de donacione domini regis. Et 
Osbertus persona tenet eas de dono Regis Ricardi. 

Ecclesia de Marum' et de Morbi sunt de donacione domini regis et 
Nicholaus persona tenet eas de dono Regis Johannis. 

Walterus de Bavent tenet in Marum vj. libratas terre et iiij or 
solidatas per servicium falconarie. 

GAIRTRE WAPENTACHIUM. 

Willelmus de Mandevih" tenet xx. libratas terre in Hemingb' et 
in BukenhalP et in Horsinton' de eschaeta domini regis de terra 
que fuit Roberti filii Ernisii. 

HILLE. 

Hubertus de Burgo tenet in Brincle lxij.s. redditus de dono Regis 
Johannis. 

Walterus de Bavent tenet ij. bovatas in Winceb' per servicium 
falconarie, et valent per annum ix.s. 



LINCOLN. 285 



S. ij. 9. Gilebertus de Beningwurth' tenet quandam terrain in Salmodeby 
567--co»< e ^ Screchefeld' de hereditate uxoris sue per serganteriam portandi 
unum osturcum in saisona, et valet per annum c.s. 

Willelmus Alius Michaelis tenet j. toftum in Hagwurthingham 
per servicium existendi summonitor in wapentake*, et valet per 
annum vj.d. 

CANDELISHO WAPENTACHUM. 

Matillis de Lasci est de donacione domini regis ; terra sua valet 
in Ingoldismelis xv.l. 

LUTHESCH. 

Socha de Gaiton' est eschaeta domini regis et valet per annum 
xxv.l. et Gaufridus de Salicosa Mar' tenet earn per dominum Regem 
Johannem. 

kirketon'. 

Preceptum est vicecomiti quod capiat in manum domini regis 
vj. bovatas terre cum pertinenciis in Springthorp' et Sturegarth' 
que fuerunt Thome filii Gileberti utlagati tempore quo G. Alius 
Petri habuit socham illam eo quod testatum fuit quod nunquam 
fuerunt in manu domini regis, et quod teneat illas a festo Sancte 
Margarete anno tercio regni Regis Henrici in j. annum et j. diem et 
quod vicecomes sit inde respondens ad scaccarium de exitibus illius 
terre. 

MANLE WAPENTACHIUM. 

Matillis de Lasci, mater constabularii Cestrie, est de donacione 
domini regis, et terra sua valet in Halghton' xiij.l. 

KIRKETON IN HOYLAND. 

Walterus de Braitoft tenet terram que fuit Helpi Balistarii in 
Surflet' reddendo inde per annum ad scaccarium iij.m. et habet 
illam de dono domini Regis Johannis, et terra valet per annum x.m. 

schireb'. 

Oliverus de Vallibus habet Petronillam que fuit filia Widonis de 
Croum de donacione domini Regis Johannis, et terra eius valet per 
annum 1.1. 

KESTEVEN. 1 
NESS WAPENTACHIUM. 

Hugo Wach est et debet esse de custodia domini regis et est in 
custodia Willelmi Briggwer' per dominum Regem Johannem, et terra 
eius valet in isto wapentachio xl.l. 

Agnes Wach est de donacione domini regis ; terra eius valet xx.l. 

AVELUND. 

Domina Nicholaa de Haya est de donacione domini regis et terra 
eius de Swaveton' valet per annum xx.l. 

1 At the head of this dorse Lincoln. De Testa de Nevill' is added in a 
later hand in S. ij. 9. 



286 A.D. 1219. 



s. ij. 9. Matillis de Hauvill' est similiter de donacione domini regis ; terra 
567— cont ems va ^ e ^ m Hacuneb' per annum x.m. ; eadem tenet terram que 
fuit Rogeri le Gros que est escaeta domini regis pro xij.d. per annum, 
set nescitur per quern. 

[loved] on'. 

Matillis de Chauc' est de donacione domini regis ; terra eius valet 
xij.l. in hoc wapentachio. 

Margareta de Vesci est de donacione domini regis ; et terra sua 
tarn ilia quam habet in dotem quam terra quam comes Saresbirie 
habet in custodia cum filio suo valet per annum 1.1. et tenet earn per 
servicium iij. militum de domino rege. 

Waleram' Theutonicus tenet in Ledinha' et in Fulebec quandam 
terram de dono domini Regis Johannis, et valet per annum x.m. 
et terra ilia est de honore de Richemund'. 

Magister Albertus tenet in Fuleb' et in Ledinha' xx. solidatas 
redditus de eschaeta domini regis, set nescitur quo warranto. 

WAPENTACHIUM DE [FLAX]EWELL\ 

Matillis de Chauz est de donacione domini regis ; terra eius valet 
in hoc wapentachio xv.l. 

BOBY WAPENTAK'. 

Oliverus de Albiniaco tenet xiiij cim libratas et xv. solidatas terre 
in villa de Coleb' de escaeta per dominum regem. 

WAPENTACHIUM DE GRAFHO. 

Ysabella de Douer est de donacione domini regis, et terra eius in 
hoc wapentachio valet per annum ix.l. 

Linc\ In libro. 

Rotuli de escaetis et dominabus et puellis de comitatibus Line', 
Notig' et Derbi'. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 



S. ij. 9. VEREDICTA JURATORUM DE SINGULIS WAPENTAKIIS COMITATUUM 
I. 70. NOTING' ET DERB' DE ESCAETIS, DOMINABUS, VADLETIS 

ET PUELLIS, ETC. 

BERSETELAW WAPENTACHIUM. 

Matillis de Chauc' est de donacione domini regis et terra quam 
tenet in hoc wapentachio valet xiij.l. vj.d. 

Manerium de Wethelay est eschaeta domini regis per Radulfum 
Theissun' qui earn tenuit. Comitissa de Augo tenet manerium 
illud, et valet per annum xxvj.l. 

TUPvGARTON' ET LITHE WAPENTACHIUM. 

Matillis de Chauz est de donacione domini regis et terra sua valet 
in hoc wapentachio viij.l. ij.d. et j. libram piperis et j. libram cimini 
et j. unciam serice. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 287 



s. ij- 9. Domina Amfelisia de Roldeston' que fuit uxor Jollani de NevilP 
l cont~ tenet terram suam in wapentachio de Turgarton' de honore de Riche- 
mund', et valet per annum x.m., set nesciunt utrum ipsa sit de 
donacione domini regis vel de donacione comitis Cestrie. 

Emma de Bella Fago est de donacione domini regis et terra sua 
valet in hoc wapentakio xx.l. scilicet Ludbam cum socha. 

Reginaldus de Colewic' tenet villam de Colewic' per sergantiam, 
scilicet reddendi per annum xij. sagittas, et terra ilia valet per 
annum c.s. 

BINGHAM WAPENTAKIUM. 

Heres Gervasii de Wiverton' debet esse in custodia domini regis 
et Philippus Marc', vicecomes Noting', habet custodiam terre et 
ipsius heredis per dominum regem ; terra sua valet per annum c.s. 
Et Sarra que fuit uxor eiusdem Gervasii est de donacione domini 
regis et habet custodiam terre et heredis predicti per ipsum vice- 
comitem. 

Villa de Bingham est escaeta domini regis de terris Normannorum. 
Et Colinus de Lettris et frater eius habent terram illam de dono 
domini regis et similiter de dono Regis Johannis, patris domini regis, 
et valet per annum xl.l. 

Villa de Langar' est de honore Peverelli de Noting'. Radulfus 
de Rodis' tenet manerium illud, et valet per annum xxx.l. 

RISECLIVE. 

Clifton' cum socha est escaeta domini regis et est de honore Peverelli 
de Noting' et valet per annum xl.l. et Radulfus de Rodis tenet earn 
per dominum regem per servicium dimidii militis. 

BROCOLVISTOW. 

Heres Walteri de Stradleg' tenet terram suam de honore Peverelli 
de Noting' et Philippus de Stradleg' habet custodiam terre illius et 
heredis per Gaufridum de Mandevih" cui dominus Rex Johannes 
custodiam illam concessit ; terra ilia valet per annum c.s. unde 
Cecilia que fuit uxor eiusdem Walteri habet terciam partem illius 
terre in dotem. 

Agatha de Cokefeld' est de donacione domini regis ; terra sua 
in Nuthehall' est de honore Peverelli de Notig', et valet per annum 
xxiiij.s. 

Ecclesia de Buleweh" est de donacione domini regis et Henricus 
de Noting', canonicus SuwelP, tenet illam, set nescitur per quern. 

Manerium de Buleweh" est escaeta domini regis de honore Peverelli 
de Noting', et Philippus Marc', vicecomes Noting', dicit quod tenet 
manerium illud per dominum Regem Johannem. 

Villa de Lindeby est escaeta domini regis de honore Peverelli de 
Noting' et Willelmus de Sane to Michaele de Lond' habet medietatem 
illius ville ex dono Regis Johannis, reddendo inde per annum in 
cameram domini regis unum pellicium de gris, et ilia medietas valet 
per annum vij.l. vj.s. Et Petrus de Letris et frater eius habent 
aliam medietatem per consilium domini regis quamdiu domino regi 
placuerit, et valet ilia medietas vij.l. vj.s. 



cont. 



288 A.D. 1219. 



NOTING . 

S. ij. 9. Terra Theobaldi monetarii in Noting' est escaeta domini regis, 
et uxor ipsius Theobaldi tenet illam reddendo inde dimidiam marcam 
unde ipsa fuit atornata de predicto servicio Henrico de Gray per 
Philippum Marc', vicecomitem, et terra ilia solet reddere ad scaccarium 
dimidiam marcam. 

Gilebertus Glutun tenet quandam terrain cum furno quodam in 
villa de Noting' que valet per annum xl.s. per servicium existendi 
summonitor et ferendi brevia domini regis per utrumque comitatum, 
scilicet Noting' et Derb', ad custum suum proprium. 



COMITATUS DERBISIR'. 



ALTUM PECHTJM. 

Castrum de Alto Peccho est escaeta domini regis de honore Willelmi 
Peverell, et comes de Ferariis illud habet cum tota foresta, ita quod 
servientes de foresta sunt respondentes ipsi comiti sicut prius fuerunt 
respondentes domino regi. 

Ecclesia de Alto Peccho est de donacione domini regis et Willelmus 
de Furnellis habet earn de dono Regis Johannis. 

Villa de BathecwelP est de donacione domini regis et Radulfus 
Gernun' habet earn de dono Regis Ricardi, et valet per annum xvj.l. 

Villa de Glotsop' est de donacione domini regis et Rex Henricus 
dedit earn monachis de Basingwerc' et valet per annum x.l. 

Villa de Cruchull' est de donacione domini regis et Rex Johannes 
dedit earn canonicis de Welleb' et valet per annum xxv.s. 

Comes de Ferrariis habet manerium de Wirkeswurth' cum socha 
ex dono Regis Johannis reddendo inde per annum ad scaccarium 
vj xx 1. et iiij.l. 

rapendon'. 

Magister Simon de Waltham tenet ecclesiam de Meleburn' de 
dono Regis Johannis, qui illam alias dederat, et dominus Rex 
Henricus, pater Regis Johannis, similiter dedit earn, set juratores 
nesciverunt, utrum illam dederunt ratione custodie quam habuerunt 
de episcopatu Karleoli vel alio modo. 

Comitissa Cestrie, mater comitis, est de donacione domini regis ; 
terra eius valet per annum viij.l. in hoc wapentakio. 

SCARVISDALE. 

Manerium de Bollesovor' cum socha est eschaeta domini regis 
de honore Peverelli, et W. comes de Ferrar' tenet illud per dominum 
Regem Johannem. 

Notingh'' et Derb. In libro. 



( 289 ) 



A. D. 1220. 

In 1220, ' the magnates and faithful ' of the realm made a ' gift ' to the 
King, for the discharge of his urgent debts and for the defence of Poitou, of 
2s. on every plough as yoked (sicut juncta fuit) at Midsummer of that year. 

By writs dated at Oxford on the 9th of August, the several sheriffs were 
ordered to summon full meetings of their respective ' counties ' and to 
cause two suitable knights to be elected in each, to assist them in making 
the necessary assessments and collecting the money. The assessments and 
the money were alike to be delivered in London on the morrow of Michaelmas. 
Archbishops and bishops and their villeins, and the monastic orders of Citeaux 
and Premontre were exempted from the assessment ; x the Templars and 
the Hospitallers obtained respite. 2 

By subsequent writs of the 7th of September, the exemption was extended 
to all ecclesiastics, and by further writs of the 19th of October to all their 
military and free tenants, upon a definite understanding that the ecclesiastics 
would themselves collect the carucage from them. 3 It will be observed that 
these last writs were not issued until more than a fortnight after the date 
originally fixed for the payment of the money. Having regard to the means 
of communication in the thirteenth century, the task imposed upon the sheriffs 
in August seems to have been impossible. 

Although there was some opposition to the tax, a considerable part of it 
had been received by the 24th of November. 4 None of the sheriffs, however, 
appear to have rendered their accounts of the carucage by May 1223, and 
there are scattered notices of it in records of even later years. 5 

There has been some difference of opinion on the question whether the 
carucage of 1220 was levied on plough -teams or on plough-lands. 6 The 
main facts, as revealed by the records, may be stated in a few words. 

In the first place, although the government of Henry III was not necessarily 

bound by precedents of the previous reign, it seems desirable to note the 

mention of the carucage of the year 1200 by two independent chroniclers : — 

" Collectum est caruagium in Anglia, scilicet tres solidi pro quolibet 

aratro " 7 
; ' Exiit ergo edictum a justiciariis regis per universam Angliam ut quaelibet 
carruca arans tres persolveret solidos," 8 

Secondly, the royal writs of 1220 seem clearly to point to the teams as the 
subjects of the tax, the words 'juncta ' and ' juncte ' being inapplicable to 
the land. 

1 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 437. The chroniclers of Winchester 
and Waverley call this gift a ' tallage.' Annates Monastici, vol. ii. pp. 83, 293. 

2 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 428. 

3 Ibid. p. 437 ; Annates Monastici, vol. iii. p. 60. 

4 Royal and Historical Letters, vol. i. p. 151 ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. 
p. 442. s Memoranda Rolls. 

6 English Historical Review, vol. iii. pp. 507, 702-704; vol. iv. pp. 108-110; 
Lancashire Lay Subsidies (ed. Vincent), vol. i. pp. 128-144 ; Mitchell's Studies in 
Taxation, pp. 129-136. 7 Annates Monastici, vol. iii. p. 27. 

8 R. de Coggeshale, Chronicon, p. 101. 

Wt, 3705. B 19 



290 A.D. 1220. 



Thirdly, the account for Buckinghamshire states that there was no caruca 
at Bradenham in 1220. In this connexion it is interesting to note that, in 
1086, the land there was sufficient for two ploughs and that there were actually 
two ploughs there. 1 

Fourthly, the assessment for Hertfordshire contains numerous references to 
' teste,' presumably heads of cattle, which were, in almost every instance, 
charged at 3d. apiece, that is to say one eighth of the 2s. charged on the 
caruca. 2 If then the caruca was a full team of eight oxen, this rate was normal. 

On the other hand, the same assessment for Hertfordshire mentions a third 
of a caruca at Graveley and another third at Panshanger. Furthermore, 
in the accounts of the collectors for Berkshire and for the Honour of Walling- 
ford various fractions (partes) of caruce yielded odd amounts such as 
2d., 3jrf., 7d., l\d., Sd., lOd. and 17c?. which cannot represent any integral 
number of oxen. In Northamptonshire there are specific mentions of fractions 
of the caruca, two-thirds, one-third, one-sixth and even one-twelfth. A 
half -ox (semibos) mentioned in 1086 seems to have represented one-sixteenth 
share in a full team. 3 

The identification of documents relating to the carucage of 1220 has been 
greatly facilitated by the discovery of abstracts of some of the accounts on 
the earliest of the series of Foreign Rolls of the Office of the Pipe. 

Berks. — The heading of a roll for this county shows that the assessment 
was not made there until the fifth year of the reign of Henry III, that is to 
say after the 28th of October 1220. The letter ' T ' written several times in 
the margin shows it to be the roll which was produced at the Exchequer at the 
audit of the account, as mentioned in the Foreign Roll. This original was 
copied into the Book of Fees, but the compilers of that work do not appear 
to have had access to a supplementary list, which is now printed for the first 
time. This account of ' arrears ' gives the names of various laymen who are 
not mentioned in the original collectors' account printed below. William de 
Wancy is named in both the documents as one of the assessors and collectors. 
In order to ascertain the number of ' caruce ' belonging to ecclesiastics in 
Berkshire, it is apparently necessary to add together the figures in the two 
lists. It may be noted that the ' arrears ' collected from laymen at 
Winterbourne and Aldermaston bring the totals for those places to even 
sums of money representing whole caruce. 

Bailiwick of Windsor. — An assessment at the rate of 2s. on the ' caruca ' 
on certain places not included in the main assessments of Berkshire appears to 
have been overlooked by the compilers of the Book of Fees. The total amount 
collected was 16Z. 6s. and the Foreign Roll shows that this was the precise 
sum paid over by Engelard de Cigogne to the general receivers of this carucage 
at the New Temple in London. 

Gloucester. — An assessment for this county is entered in the Book of 
Fees. The sum total corresponds exactly with that for which Ralph Musard, 
the sheriff, accounted at the Exchequer, as shown on the Foreign Roll. 

1 Domesday Book, f. 153. 

2 Dr. Mitchell, having misread ' teste ' as ' toftce,' cites the' word in support of the 
theory that the tax was levied on the land (p. 134). 

3 Domesday Book, f. 2186 ; Maitland's Domesday Book and Beyond, pp. 142, 416, 
417, 419. 



INTRODUCTION. 29] 



Six original rolls now extant relating to this carucage, but not entered in 
the Book of Fees, are printed below. 

Honour of Wallingford. — There is an account of Henry of the Exchequer 
for carucage at the rate of 2s. collected in this Honour in the counties of 
Oxford, Buckingham, Northampton, Berks, Wilts, Middlesex and Surrey. The 
sum total corresponds exactly with the amount which he is recorded to have 
paid at the New Temple, less some arrears which are mentioned in this 
document and in the Foreign Roll alike. It may be observed that in the 
original roll all the statements as to number of caruce at each place are 
clearly additions. 

Oxford. — There is a general account of the carucage in this county. The 
sum total corresponds exactly with the amount for which Ralph fitz Robert 
and Gilbert of Finmere, the collectors, accounted at the Exchequer. 

Northampton. — An account of the receipts for carucage in this county 
may, although undated, be referred to the year 1220, for it states that the 
Bishop of Salisbury had, by the king's order, collected the amounts due from 
the lands of Roland son of Simon of Lindun and Richard of Hendred, and 
his authority to do so is recorded in a contemporary roll of the Chancery under 
date of 1 September 1220. l The names of the assessors and the amount 
collected correspond exactly with those given on the Foreign Roll. 

Norfolk and Suffolk. — A roll for these counties gives the total number 
of caruce in each hundred and deducts therefrom those belonging to 
ecclesiastics. The figures for both counties agree with those of the Foreign 
Roll. 

Hertford. — A roll for this county is specifically dated as belonging to the 
fourth year of Henry III. 

Huntingdon. — A brief account of carucage in this county ' in the time 
of Falkes de Breaute ' on a single piece of parchment, was presumably written 
soon after his fall in 1224. As it relates to a levy of 2s. on the ' caruca,' it 
may be founded upon an account of the year 1220. The total number of 
caruce mentioned in it differs from that given on the Foreign Roll by a 
quarter of a caruca, which yielded 6d. 

Buckingham and Bedford. — Seventeen years after the grant of the 
carucage of 1220, the Exchequer issued a writ, perhaps a series of writs, ordering 
immediate enquiry as to the assessments and payments made in connexion 
therewith. At a still later date, inquisitions were held in the counties of 
Buckingham and Bedford, which resulted in the preparation of lists naming 
the different persons to whom the money had been paid. In Buckinghamshire, 
most of it seems to have been paid to the authorised collectors. In Bedford- 
shire, many payments had been made to Henry of Bath, who was under-sheriff 
from Michaelmas 1220 to Michaelmas 1223. One payment had been made 
to a servant of Falkes de Breaute, who was Sheriff from Michaelmas 1217 
to January 1224. The writ and the inquisitions will be found in the Appendix. 

1 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 53. 



292 A.D. 1220. 



BERKS. 



s. ij. 10. Hec 1 est recepta carucagii ultimo assisi anno regni Regis Henrici 

583. De ^ ercn quinto, de terris comitum, baronum, militum etlibere tenencium 

Testa de et aliorum laicorum terras excolencium, exceptis feodis ecclesiasticis, 

Nevill'. scilicet per manus Henrici de Scaccario, vicecomitis Berkesir', 

Willelmi de Stanford et Willelmi de Wancy ad illam collectam 

recipiendam electorum. 

De Borewardescot' pro xx. carucis xl.s. 

De Sriveham cum tenura pro xlvj. carucis et parte caruce iiij.l. 
xij.s. ij.d. 

De Kingeston' Henrici filii Geroldi cum tenura pro xvij. carucis 
xxxiiij.s. 

De Cumpton' Walteri de Bello Campo pro vj. car' xij.s. 
De Ordeiston' Hugonis filii Hugonis pro vj. car' xij.s. 
De Coleshull' Stephani filii Ynard' pro v. car' x.s. 
De Eton' Willelmi de Hasting' pro x. car' xx.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE EGElA 

De Suthfallel' Ernulphi de Mandes pro ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Sipford comitisse de Ferrariis pro xviij. car' et parte xxxvj.s. 
iij.d. 

De Elphinton Ade et Galfridi pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De Sipford' Henrici filii Willelmi pro viij. car' et dimidia et parte 
xvij.s. ix.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE LAMBURN'. 

De Uplamburn' pro xix. car' xxxviij.s. 

De Lamb urn' pro xxvj. car' lij.s. 

De Estbir' pro xiiij. car' xxviij.s. 

De Blacgrava pro xij. car' et parte xxiiij.s. vj.d. 

De Esegareston' Eve de Tracy pro xxix. car' et dimidia et parte 
lix.s. iiij.d. 

Bochampton' 2 Radulfi Hopesord, Radulfi de Stanton', Alicie de 
Blacgrava, Roberti Molendinarii, pro j. car' ij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE KENETEBIR. 

De Locreslegh' Roberti de Erpeham pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Tydecumb' Philippi 3 * *pro iiij. car' viij.s. 

De Benham pro xix. car' xxxviij.s. 

De Enedburn' pro vij. car' xiiij. s. 

De Wydehaye pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De Ingepenn' pro xxij. car' et parte xliiij.s. vj.d. 

De Saldeburn' pro xviij. car' et dimidia xxxvij.s. 

De Bokesgat' pro xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Sandon' pro x. car' terre xx.s. 

De Ingeflod' pro iiij. car' viij.s. 

1 To each entry in this list is prefixed the letter T ; and there is a marginal 
note Totum solutum et in rotulo. 

2 This entry is in another ink. 

3 After Philippi supply de Hertrugge. 



BERKS. 



293 



s. ij. 10. De Godingflod' pro iiij. car' viij.s. 
I ' ,)7 r i _583, De Deneford' pro iiij. car' et dimidia ix.s. 



De Testa 

de Nevill' 

— cont. 



HUNDREDUM DE CUMPTON . 

De Chilton' pro vj. car' et parte xij.s. vij.d. ob. 

De Cumpton' Johannis de Bakepus pro xxj. car' xlij.s. 

De Westyldesl' pro xj. car' et dimidia et parte xxiij.s. vj.d. 

De Hodicot' pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De Estyldesl' pro v. car' x.s. 

De Catmere pro v. car' et dimidia xj.s. 

De Aldewrth' pro viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Calrug' pro ij. car' et dimidia v.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE RUGHEBURGH. 

De Stanford' Willelmi pro xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Fridlesham pro xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Yetingeden' et Yevrinton' pro viij. carucatis xvj.s. 

De Eling' pro v. car' x.s. 

De Hamsted' pro xviij. car' xxxvj.s. 

De Wyl pro iiij. car' viij.s. 

De Migeham pro ix. car' xviij. s. 

De Colethrop' pro iij. car' et dimidia et parte vij.s. vj.d. 

De Waghesing pro ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Brim ton' pro iiij. car' viij.s. 

De Cuserug' pro x. car' xx.s. 

De Sagh' pro viij. car' et parte xvj.s. viij.d. 

De Bagenor' pro 1 ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Hauecrug' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Neubir' pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De Pesemere pro xij. car' et parte xxiiij.s. iiij.d. 

De Harlingeden' pro ij. carucatis iiij.s. 

De Langelegh' pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De Wintreburn' pro xvj. car' et dimidia et parte xxxiij.s. v.d. 

hundred' de slotesf' et blebir'. 

De Bastlesden' et Eshamsted' pro xxxvj. car' et parte lxxij.s. vij.d. 

De Stratlye pro xxix. car' et parte lviij.s. iiij.d. 

De Molesford pro ix. car' xviij. s. 

De Eston' pro viij. car' et dimidia et parte xvij.s. iiij.d. 

De Lollindon' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Hakeburn' pro x. car' xx.s. 

De Upton' pro v. car' x.s. 

De Northmorton' pro xj. car' et dimidia et parte xxiij.s. viij.d. 

De Sudmorton' pro xij. car' et dimidia et parte xxv.s. vj.d. 



hundred' de ock' et sutton'. 

De Westwitteham pro xxiiij. car' et parte xlviij.s. viij.d. 
De Sutton pro xxvij. car' liiij.s. 
De Fifhida pro xix. car' xxxviij.s. 

1 pro is repeated in S. ij. 10 



294 A.D. 1220. 



s. ij. 10. De Eppelton' pro vi. car' xij.s. 

De Testa ^ e Kingeston pro xiiij. car' et dimidia xxix.s. 

de Nevill' 
—cont. HUNDRED' DE WANETING' ET GAMENEFELD. 

De Hauedford pro x. car' xx.s. 

De Berecot' pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De Bocland' pro xx. car' et parte xl.s. vij.d. 

De Henton' pro xvj. car' et dimidia xxxiij.s. 

De Stanford' comitisse de Ferrariis pro xxvj. car' et dimidia liij.s. 

De Pesy pro ij. car' et dimidia v.s. 

De Est Hann' pro iij. car' et dimidia vij.s. 

De Westlaking' pro vij. car' xiiij. s. 

De Est Henred pro ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Gaeng' pro vj. car' et dimidia xiij.s. 

De Cherleton' pro vij. car' et dimidia xv.s. 

De Waneting' pro xxiij. car' et parte xlvj.s. vj.d. 

De Celrea pro xvij. car' et dimidia xxxv.s. 

De Spersolt' Radulfi Musard pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De Spersolt' Roberti Achard' pro xv. car' xxx.s. 

De Westcot' pro ij. car' et dimidia et parte v.s. viij.d. 

De Dencheswrth' pro v. car' x.s. 

De Northdencheswrth' pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De West Hann' pro iij. car' et dimidia et parte vij.s. viij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE RADING'. 

De Aldremaneston' pro xxj. car' et dimidia et parte xiiij. s. vij.d. ob. 

De Englefeld' pro vij. car' xiiij. s. 

De Bradefeld' pro xxviij. car' et dimidia lvij.s. 

De Purl' pro ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Hurtrug' pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De Sutcot pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De Pade worth' pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De'Umnton' pro x. car' et dimidia xxj.s. 

De Stratfeld' pro vij. car' xiiij. s. 

De Wocfeld' pro vj. car' xij.s. 

De Truncwell' pro j. car' et dimidia iij.s. 

De Hurtlegh' pro v. car' x.s. 

De Silhamsted' pro iiij. car' viij.s. 

Summa carr' m.lxxij. carr' et dimidia. 
Summa denariorum cvij.l. iiij.s. et x.d. 



Hec est recepta carucagii de terris et feodis domorum religionis et 

personarum ecclesiasticarum. 

De Tubbeneya Henrici pro x. car' xx.s. 

Merecham. De Henrico de Esthyda et Vincencio de Hyd' pro 
j. carucata ij.s. 

De Sudcot Radulfi pro iiij. car' viij.s. 

De Lif Cecilie pro vij. car' xiiij. s. 

De Fridlef abbatis de Abbendon' pro xij. car', xxiiij.s. 



BERKS. 295 



S. ij. 10. Drayton'. De Lucia vidua, Willelmo Sewald', Emma vidua, 

i)e Testa ^ none ^° ^ a( lulfi, pro j. carucata et parte ij.s. vj.d. 

de Neviir De terra abbatis de Nuteleye in Estwitteham pro iij. car' vj.s. 



— cont. 



HUNDREDUM DE WAN E TING . 

De Schalingef abbatis de Abbendon' pro ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Boclande feudo eiusdem pro v. car' x.s. 
De Bocland' feodo prioris de Nuiun pro iij. car' vj.s. 
De Stanf prioris de Tuttebir' pro dimidia car' xij.d. 
De Cerneya abbatis de Abbendon' pro iij. car' vj.s. 
De Pesy feodo eiusdem pro j. car' et dimidia iij.s. 
De Pesy feodo abbatis Sancti Petri super Divam pro iij. car' et 
dimidia vij.s. 

De Pesy abbatis de Oseneya pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De Pesy prioris de Chaucumbe pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Esthenn' prioris de LongeviU' pro j. car' et dimidia iij.s. 

De Esthenn' abbatis de Abbendon' pro dimidia car' xij.d. 

De Westhenn' prioris de LungevhT pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Esthenneya prioris de Nuium pro j. car' et parte ij.s. ij.d. 

hundred' de hyldeslawe et wifholt'. 

De Coleshull' feodo abbatisse Wintonie pro xij. car' xxiiij.s. 

De Wechenesfeld abbatis de Abbendon' pro ij. car' et dimidia et 
parte v.s. vj.d. 

De Uffinton' feodo eiusdem pro j. car' et parte ij.s. vj.d. 

De Feauflor' feodo eiusdem pro iiij. car' et dimidia et parte ix.s. 
vj.d. 

De Knighteton prioris Sancte Fridheswidh' pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De Buccot prioris de Nuiun pro j. car' et parte ij.s. iiij.d. 

De Hordewell' feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro ij. car' iiij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE LAMBURN'. 

De hominibus abbatis Glovernie in Lamburne pro j. car' ij.s. 
De Petro homine decani London' in Estbir' pro parte car' 
vij.d. 

De Bochampton' feodo episcopi Londoniensis pro v. car' x.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE EGGELYE. 

De libere tenentibus abbatis de Cluyny in Ledecumbe pro ij. 
car' iiij.s. 

De Chadelewrdh' feodo abbatis de Abbendon' et abbatis Locy 
Dei pro xj. carucatis 1 xxij.s. 

De libere tenentibus abbatis de Munteburgh in Wlvelye pro j. 
car' ij.s. 

De Westsipf prioris de Sireburn' pro ij. car' et tercia parte ij.s. 
viij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE KENETEBIR'. 

De hominibus abbatis de Duref in Bokesyat' pro j. car' ij.s. 
De hominibus abbatis de Becco in Bokesgat' pro j. car' ij.s. 

1 So in MS. 



296 A.D. 1220. 



S. ij. 10. De Radulfo Tapping, homine priorisse de Lutlemore, in Lewarton' 
De Testa P ro tercia P af te carucate ix.d. 

de Neviir De Lewarton' feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro xj. car' et dimidia 
— cont. xxiij.s. 

De Enedburn' feodo abbatisse de Rumesya pro vj. car' xij.s. 
De Radulfo novo homine abbatisse de WerewelT in Yngepenn' pro 
dimidia car' xij.d. 

De Roberto filio Johannis et Alicia braciatrice, hominibus prioris 
de Dudelegh', pro dimidia carucata xij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE RUGHEBURGH. 

De Bede feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro xxiij. car' et dimidia 
xlvij.s. 

De Lekamsted' feodo eiusdem pro ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Chyvelye et Bradelye feodo eiusdem pro v. car' et quarta 
parte x.s. vj.d. 

De Welif' feodo eiusdem pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Boxore feodo eiusdem pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De Weston feodo eiusdem pro j. car' et dimidia et quadam 
particula iij.s. iij. ob. 

De Pesemere prioris de Nuiun pro j. car' et tercia parte ij.s. viiij.d. 

De Eston' abbatis de Abbendon' pro j. car' et dimidia iij.s. 

De Verleston' feodo prioris de Nuiun pro v. car' et dimidia xj.s. 

De Migham feodo prioris de Pokel' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Migham feodo prioris de Sandleford pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Cuserugg' feodo abbatis Sancti Petri super Divam pro j. car' ij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE CUMPTON. 

De Bricthwalton' abbatis de Bello pro j. car' ij.s. 
De Cumpton' feodo prioris 1 de Kinton pro ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Cumpton' feodo abbatisse de Werewell' pro ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Ferenburgh' abbatis de Abbendon' pro ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Chilton' feodo eiusdem pro vij. car' xiiij.s. 
De Chylton' feodo abbatis de Oseneya pro j. car' et tercia parte 
ij.s. viij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE SLOTEF' ET BLEBIR'. 

De Basteleden' feodo priorisse de Chyssadau pro iij. car' et dimidia 
vij.s. 

De Essehamsted' feodo abbatis de Lyre pro partibus car' xvij.d. 
De Molef feodo abbatis de Enesham pro j. car' et dimidia iij.s. 
De Sattewell' abbatis de Hyda pro vij. car' et parte xiiij.s. iiij.d. 
De Mortun' abbatisse Wintonie pro parte car' x.d. 
De Mortun' prioris Walingeford' pro partibus car' xviij.d. 

De Blebir' feodo prioris de Nuiun' pro j. car' ij.s. 

* 

HUNDREDUM DE RADING. 

De Seffeld' prioris de Nuiun' pro iiij. car' virj.s. 

De Thele priorisse de Garinges pro parte carucate viij.d. 

1 Read priorisse. 



BERKS. 297 



S. ij. 10. HUNDREDUM DE HORNEMERE. 

I. 574-583. 

De Testa De hundredo de Hornemere feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro 
deNevill' l x i x . car' vj.l. xviij.s. 

— cont. 

Summa caruc' cc. et quater xx. et xvj. carr' et dimidia. 
Summa denariorum xxix.l. iiij.s. et iiij.d. et ob. 



Subs.73/16. HEC SUNT ARRERA 1 CARUC AGII DE FEODIS LAYCORUM IN 

COM IT AT U BERKESIRE. 

Hundredum de Lamburn'. 2 
Meydenecote. 
De Roberto de Bello Campo pro j. car' ij.s. 
De Willelmo de Bermingham pro j. car' ij.s. 
De Nicholao de Scortecumbe pro j. car' ij.s. 
De Petro le King et Rogero de Prato pro j. car' ij.s. 
De Roberto Nigro, et Roberto Ruffo, Petro cuperio pro j. car' 

De Bernardo filio Sansonis, Rogero fabro, Eudone, et Rocelino 
pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Henrico Roscelin, Waltero Walense, Ricardo Draghelepp' pro 
j. car' ij.s. 

De Willelmo Sesewald, Petro de Prato, Rand' filio Sesewald', 
Galfrido Bello pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Seylda de Stane, Giliberto cuperio pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Emma de Stapel' pro parte car' viij.d. 

Lewarton' . 
De Willelmo de Wancy, assessore et collectore carucagii, pro j. 
car' ij.s. 

Enedburn' . 
De Willelmo de Clervall' pro j. car' de feodo Marescalli ij.s. 
De Eylwino Wrigg' et Adhelardo de Enedburne de eodem feodo 
pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Waltero Fabro de eodem feodo pro dimidia car' xij.d. 

Wydehaye. 
De Johanne de Bagepuz pro j. car. ij.s. 

Cumpton' . 
De Hugone de Bathonia pro j. car. ij.s. 

De Willelmo de Wancy, assessore et collectore carucagii. pro ij. 
car' iiij.s. 

Winterburn' . 
De Nicholao de Chausy pro j. car' ij.s. 
De Edredo Cuperio pro parte car' vij.d. 

De Roberto filio Edid de Yetingeden', consocio persone, pro 
parte car' vj.d. 

1 So in MS. 

2 This heading applies only to Meydenecote. 



298 A.D. 1220. 



Subs. 73/ 16. D e Ricardo Half reuse in Burghyldebir' de feodo Marescalli pro 
~ C0,lL dimidia car' xij.d. 

Pesy. 
De Willelmo de Fonte pro parte car' vj.d. 
De Godefrido et Ada de Pesy pro dimidia car' xij.d. 

Gaeng. 
De Radulfo de Fonte, Henrico et Rogero fratre suo pro dimidia 
car' xij.d. 

Cherleton' . 
De Willelmo de Pavely pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Roberto de Fraxino, Rand' de GlanvnT, Eva vidua pro dimidia 
car' xij.d. 

De Galfrido de Chawelawe et Waltero Emeline pro j. car' ij.s. 

Aldermaneston' . 
De Sawale Blakeman, Willelmo Gocelin, Ada Berk' pro parte 
car' iiij.d. ob. 

Uffinton'. 
De Willelmo fratre Roberti de Uffinton' pro dimidia car' xij.d. 

Weghfeld'. 
De Alicia de Berghefeld' pro dimidia car' xij.d. 

Summa dictorum denariorum xlvij.s. et vij.d. ob. 

Item in terris comitis Marescalli de Spenes et Hamsted' nullum 
carucagium fuit assisum vel collectum. 

In terris comitis Saresburie de Avinton' nullum carucagium fuit 
assisum vel collectum. 

In Est Hyldeslye Sawali de Osevill' quia est de custodia episcopi 
Wintoniensis nullum carucagium fuit assisum vel collectum. 

In terris episcopi Wintoniensis de Brightewell' et Harewell' nullum 
carucagium fuit assisum vel collectum. 

In Hungerford' eo quod fuit et est in manu comitis Cestrie nullum 
carucagium fuit assisum vel collectum. 

In terris abbatis Rading' nullum carucagium fuit assisum vel 
collectum et in predictis terris nullum carucagium fuit assisum vel 
collectum eo quod domini dictorum feodorum non permiserunt 
homines suos coram baylivis domini regis comparere ad dictum 
carucagium assidendum. 



HEC SUNT ARRERAGIA DE TERRIS ET FEOD1S VIRORUM 
RELIGIOSORUM IN COM IT AT U BERKESIRE. 1 

hundr' de okeford' et sutton'. 

De Merecham feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro xxxiiij. car' lxviij.s. 
De Garef eiusdem pro iij. car' vj.s. ^ 

1 The words In comitatu Berkesire appear to be an addition to the MS. 



BERKS. 299 



Subs.73/16. De Goseya eiusdem pro vij. caruc' xiiij.s. 
—cont. jq 6 j) ra y CO t' et Mora eiusdem pro xvj. 1 xxxij.s. 
De Fridleford' eiusdem pro viij. car' xvj.s. 
De ecclesia de Kingeston' pro dimidia caruc' xij.d. 
De Est Witteham abbatis predicti pro xv. caruc' xxx.s. 
De Eppelford' eiusdem pro xij. caruc' xxiiij.s. 
De Sutton' feodo abbatis 2 pro v. caruc' x.s. 
De Middelton' eiusdem pro xiiij. caruc' xxviij.s. 
De Drayton' eiusdem pro xvj. caruc' xxxij.s. 
De Stivinton' prioris de Prato pro xviij. caruc' xxxvj.s. 
De ecclesia de West Witteham pro duabus partibus caruc' xvj.d. 
De ecclesia de Sutton' pro j. caruc' ij.s. 
De ecclesia de Fifhyd' pro j. car' ij.s. 

Summa. 3 

hundr' de waneting' et gamenefeld'. 

De Schalengeford' abbatis de Abbendon' pro xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De ecclesia de Boclande pro ij. caruc' et dimidia et parte v.s. v.d. 

De ecclesia de Hyenton' pro j. caruc' et dimidia iij.s. 

De feodo Hospitalium 4 in Hyenton pro j. caruc' ij.s. 

De Cerneya abbatis de Abbendon' pro xxviij. caruc' lvj.s. 

De elemosina domini regis in Pesy pro dimidia caruca xij.d. 

De Est Henneya prioris de Nuiun pro ij. caruc' et dimidia v.s. 

De Est Henneya abbatis de Abbendon' pro vj. caruc' xij.s. 

De West Henneya prioris de LungeviF pro iij. car' et parte 
vj.s. iiij.d. 

De Waneting' abbatis de Becco pro iij. caruc' et dimidia car' 
et parte vij.s. vj.d. 

De Westcote Templariorum pro ij. caruc' iiij.s. 

De Celreya Hospital' pro parte caruc' vj.d. 

De ecclesia de Celreya pro parte caruce vj.d. 

De Est Henrede abbatis de Cam pro ij. caruc' et partibus v.s. v.d. 

De Est Henrede prioris de Nuiun pro iiij. caruc' et parte viij.s. iiij.d. 

De Est Henrede feodo episcopi Saresburiensis pro j. caruc' ij.s. 

De ecclesia de Henrede pro dimidia caruc' xiij.d. 

De Est Henrede elemosina domini regis pro dimidia caruc' xij.d. 

De West Henrede prioris de Walingeford' pro vij. caruc' et dimidia 
et quarta parte caruc' xv.s. vj.d. 

De Lakinges abbatis de Abbendon' pro xj. caruc' xxij.s. 

De feodo Templariorum in Sperholte pro j. caruca et parte ij.s. ij.d. 

Summa. 5 

hunde' de wifholt' et hyldeslawe. 

De ecclesia de Coleshull' pro j. caruca ij.s. 

De Wachenesfeld' abbatis pro xiij. caruc' et quarta parte caruc' 
xxvj.s. vj.d. 

De feodo abbatis de Cyrencestr' in Sriveham pro iiij. caruc' et 
tercia parte viij.s. x.d. 

De ecclesia de Sriveham pro dimidia caruca xij.d. 

1 Supply car'. 2 Supply predicti. 

3 Not filled in. * So in MS. 5 Not filled in. 



300 AD. 1220. 



Subs.73/16. D e Uffinton' abbatis de Abbendon' pro xviij. car' et dimidia et 
—cont. q uar ^ a p ar te xxxvij.s. vj.d. 

De ecclesia de Uffinton' pro j. caruc' ij.s. 
De 1 de Fauflor' pro quarta parte caruce vj.d. 
De feodo prioris Sancte Fridheswide in Knightteton' pro ij. car' 
iiij.s. 

De Wlvricheston' prioris Sancti Swidhyny pro xiiij. caruc' xxviij.s. 
De ecclesia de Eton' pro j. caruc' ij.s. 
De ecclesia de Burewardescote pro j. caruc' ij.s. 
De Essebir' abbatis Glaston' pro xxj. caruc 1 xlij.s. 
De Buccot' prioris de Nuiun pro j. car' et dimidia et parte car' 
iij.s. vij.d. ob. 

Summa vij.l. 

HTTNDREDUM DE FARENDON'. 

De Wrhd' feodo Hospitalis pro iij. car' et quarta parte caruce 
vj.s. vj.d. 

De Stanlegh' feodo abbatis de eadem pro vj. car' et dimidia car' 
et quarta parte caruce xiij.s. vj.d. 

De Farendon' abbatis Belli Locy pro xvij. car' et parte xxxiiij.s. 
x.d. 

De Farendon' Walteri filii Willelmi pro ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Selton' feodo abbatis Belli Locy pro xvj. car' et parte 
xxxij.s. vj.d. 

De Ynglesham feodo eiusdem pro ij. car' et parte car' iiij.s. vj.d. 

De Langef feodo eiusdem pro viij. car' et dimidia et parte car' 
xvij.s. iiij.d. 

De Parva Farendon' eiusdem pro xij. car' et parte car' xxiiij.s. viij.d. 

De Westebrok eiusdem pro xj. car' et dimidia et parte xxiij.s. vj.d. 

De CogeswelF eiusdem pro xxv 2 et dimidia Ij.s. 

De burgo de Farendon' eiusdem pro xix. car' et parte car' 
xxxviij.s. iij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE LAMBURN'. 

De Lamburne decani Londoniarum pro iij. car' vj.s. 
De Uplamburne abbatis de Stanlegh' pro ij. car' iiij.s. 
De persona de Esegarston' pro j. car' ij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE EGGELYE. 

De Ledecumbe abbatis de Cluny pro xxiiij. car' xlviij.s. 
De Chadelewrdh' prioris de Pokeleygh' pro j. car' et dimidia 
iij.s. 

De Wlvelye abbatis de Monteburgh' pro x. car' xx.s. 

De ecclesia de Estsipf pro duabus partibus car' xvj.d. 

De Sipf Hospitalium 3 pro dimidia car' xij.d. 

De Watecumbe prioris de Hurnlye pro ij. car' iiij.s. 

De ecclesia de Westsipford' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Westsipf Templariorum pro partibus car' xxj.d. 

1 Some word omitted here. 2 Supply car'. 3 So in MS. 



BERKS. 301 



Subs.73/16. De Chawelawe eiusdem 1 pro vij. car' et dimidia xv.s. 

De Northfalelye priorisse de Ambbresbir' pro ix. car' xviij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE KENETEBIR'. 

De Templeton' Templariorum pro v. car' x.s. 

De Sandon' abbatis de Becko pro ij. car' et dimidia et parte 
v.s. viij.d. 

De Bokesyete abbatis de Duref pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Colecote prions de Nuiun pro iiij. car' et dimidia et parte 
ix.s. ix.d. 

De Lewarton feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Edineton prions Sancte Fridheswyde pro xij. car' xxiiij.s. 

De Kenebir' 2 priorisse de Eton' pro xxv. car' l.s. 

De Kenetebir' priorisse de Ambresbir' pro xxj. car' xlij.s. 

De feodo ecclesie de Yngepenn' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De feodo Templariorum in Yngepenn' pro partibus car' x viij.d. 

hundr' de rugheburgh, burghildebir' et gorsidhefeld. 

De Bede feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro dimidia car' xij.d. 

De Lekhamstede feodo ejusdem pro iiij. car' viij.s. 

De ecclesia de Pesemere pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Winterburn' feodo episcopi Saresburiensis pro iij. car' vj.s. 

De ecclesia de Winterburn' pro j. car' et quadam particula 
ij.s. iiij.d. 

De Chivelye et Bradelye feodo abbatis de Abbendon' pro xxiiij. 
car' et particula xlviij.s. ij.d. 

De ecclesia de Langelegh' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Welif abbatis de Abbendon' pro x. car' xx.s. 

De Boxore eiusdem pro xvj. car' et dimidia xxxiij.s. 

De Weston' eiusdem pro v. car' et dimidia xj.s. 

De Holebenham eiusdem pro viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Eston' eiusdem pro ix. car' xviij.s. 

De ecclesia de Wikham pro j. car' ij.s. 

De ecclesia de Fridlesham pro j. car' ij.s. 

De ecclesia de Yetingeden' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De ecclesia de Hamsted' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Hamsted' abbatis de Waverlegh' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Sagh eiusdem pro ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Grenham Hospitalium 3 pro xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Brimpton eorundem pro vij. car' xiij.s. 

De ecclesia de Waghesing' pro j. car' ij.s. 

De Galfrido Martel de feodo prioris de Nuiun pro dimidia car' xij.s. 

De Thoma Nuthech. homine abbatis Rading', in Burghildebir' pro 
parte caruce vj.d. 4 

1 So in MS. ; opposite this entry in the margin is the letter b, opposite the 
following entry the letter a, to indicate that their order should be reversed. 

2 So in MS. 3 So in MS. 

4 This entry is added on right hand side of membrane, opposite entries 
relating to Weston, Holebenham and Eston, 



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WINDSOR. 



Subs. 73/2. Rotulus de caniagio assiso et collecto in ballivia de Windesor' 
per assisores electos secundum formam mandati domini regis, videlicet 
Ricardum de Syffrwast et Hugonem de Sotebroc. 

Windesor'. 
Dominus Engelardus de Cigoin', ij. caruc'. 
Alexander de Tyule, j. car'. 
Alexander Parcarius, j. car'. 
Gilibertus de Grangia, dim' car'. 
Willelmus Poncon, dim' car'. 
Simon Colemen cum parcenariis, dim' car'. 
Willelmus de Fonte cum parcenariis, dim' car'. 
Simon Keyne cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Dominus Matheus de Cigoin', j. car'. 
Robertus de Sages, j. car'. 
Wygot de Sages, j. car'. 
Hugo de Hech', j. car'. 
Ricardus Godman, dim' car'. 
Hugo Brun cum parcenariis, dim' car'. 
Robertus Carpentarius, j. car'. 
W T alterus de Wpenorr, j. car'. 
Henricus de Mora, dim' car'. 
Johannes Draparius, j. car'. 
Robertus de Mora cum pertinenciar, 1 j. car'. 
Osbertus Alius Hugonis, dim' car'. 
Hugo Alius Andree Fabri, dim' car'. 
Gilibertus de la Brocch', j. car'. 

Summa xviij. car' dimid' xxxvij.s. 

Bray. 
Dominus Engelardus de Cigoin', iij. caruc'. 
Edrich' cum parconnariis, j. caruc'. 
Osmondus de Aukelay, j. car'. 
Gervasius Dimars cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Edmondus de Aukeley, j. car'. 
Willelmus Blundus cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Safredus de Dorneya cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Aldredus Adesch' cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Godrich' le Hurt cum parconariis. j. car'. 
Osmondus Choc cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Johannes de la Breche, j. car'. 
Walterus de Burneham, j. car'. 
Nigellus Suneme cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Michael filius Ernaldi, j. car'. 
Walterus Bode cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Johannes de Mora, j. car'. 
Osmondus Dyurst cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Syredus Carucarius, j. car'. 



Read parcenariis. 



WINDSOR. 303 



Subs. 73/2 Rogerus Faber cum parconnariis, j. car'. 

-cant. Thomas films Yvonis, j. car'. 

Ricardus de Lalana cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Absalon cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Nicholaus Blondus, j. car'. 
Ada de Sobehengr', j. car'. 
Johannes de Hech' cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus Velutus, j. car'. 
Rogerus de Estwede, j. car'. 
Willelmus de Loch', j. car'. 

Robertus de Cruchefeld' cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Summa xxxj. car' lxj.s. 1 

Chocham. 
Dominus Engelardus de Cigoin', iij. car'. 
Johannes de Suninguehull', j. car'. 
Johannes de Cunbe cum parconnariis, dim' car'. 
Ricardus de la Mare, j. car'. 
Robertus de Luvesso, dim' car'. 
Willelmus Jordanus, j. car'. 
Henricus de Benefeld' j. car'. 
Ricardus de Laho, j. car'. 
Willelmus Seauwy, j. car'. 
Simon juvenis, j. car'. 
Simon del Ho, j. car'. 
Bartholomeus de Laho, j. car'. 
Robertus de Laho, j. car'. 
Matheus Fenyum, j. car'. 
Eva de Laho, j. car'. 
Willelmus Marescallus, dim' car'. 
Willelmus de Ellintun', j. car'. 
Willelmus de Mora cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus Huuel cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus de Wyke cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Swenus Balistarius, j. car'. 
Gilibertus de Sefteseya, dim' car'. 
Edoardus Swyft, dim' car'. 
Ricardus Aylmar, j. car'. 
Robertus de Cocdun', dim' car'. 
Ricardus de Bradeleg' cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Radulfus de Bradeleg', dim' car'. 
Osbertus de la Dene cum parconnariis, dim' car'. 
Ricardus de la Hull', dim' car'. 
Willelmus Barst' cum parconnariis, dim' car'. 
Torstanus, j. car'. 
Ely as de Brenbel, j. car'. 
Alixander de Wdemenechoc', j. car'. 
Jordanus filius Milonis cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Robertus de Babeham cum parconnariis, dim' car'. 
Reginaldus filius Odonis, dim' car'. 

1 So in MS, 



304 A.D. 1220. 



Subs.73/2 Juliana vidua, dim' car'. 

Simon de la Felde cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus Anglicus cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Godoinus Swen cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Ada juvenis cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Robertus Faber cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Edrich' de Lestrod' cum parconnariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus Godrich', dim' car'. 
Osbertus de Bosco, j. car'. 
Walterus Frend' cum parconnariis, di' car'. 
Willelmus de Bocurst cum parcennariis, j. car'. 
Esloynus de Bocurst cum parcennariis, dim' car'. 
Summa de Chocham cum pertinenciis 
xlij. car' iiij.l. iiij.s. 



Remeham. 
Domina de Remehem, iij. car'. 
Ricardus de Estun' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Rogerus de Estun' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Simon de Bosco cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Simon de Chocham cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Ada de Jorz, j. car'. 

Willelmus de Lestrod' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Thomas de Remeham, j. car'. 
Walterus de la Merse, j. car'. 
Simon Trussel cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus de Morvill' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Thomas Avyce cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Radulfus Molendinarius, dim' car'. 

Summa xiiij. car' dim' xxix.s. 

Finchemsted'. 
Alanus Banastr', j. car'. 
Rogerus Banastr' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Stephanus cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Hugo de Stonistrete cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Gilibertus de Stonistrete cum parcenariis, j. car' 

Summa v. car' x.s. 

Swalofeld. 
Johannes de Sancto Johanne, j. car'. 
Osbertus de Laguerstun', j. car'. 
Thomas Bot, j. car'. 

Johannes de Mora cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Henricus Wowe cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Osbertus frater eius cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Ricardus Strech' cum parcenariis, j. car' c 
Walterus Frankelanus cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Johannes Forestarius cum parcenaris, j. car'. 

Summa ix. car' xviij.s. 



WINDSOR. 305 



Subs. 73/2. Berkeham. 

—com. Thomas de Berkehem, j. car'. 

Robertus de Berkehem, cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus Bolloc cum parcenariis, j. car'. 

Summa iij. car' vj.s. 

Herleg'. 
Dominus Johannes de Herleg', j. car'. 
Thomas de Erleg', j. car'. 

Galfridus Chaucebrunet', cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Ricardus de Laleg' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Walterus de Haschowell' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Vyellus Presbiter, j. car'. 
Ada de Erleg', j. car'. 

Walterus films fabri cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Radulfus Rouyn cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Gunnilda filia Byl, j. car'. 
Willelmus Bastard', j. car'. 

Summa xj. car' xxij.s. 

Dydewrze. 1 
Domina Akina, j. car'. 
Nicholas Faber cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Ada Carre tarius, j. car'. 

Summa iij. car' vj.s. 

Ellynton'. 
Willelmus de Colewrze, 2 j. car'. 
Bartholomeus de la Hulle cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Robertus Dimars cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Henricus de Ellin tun' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Willelmus Pinchingny cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Alixander Dymars cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Aliz de Ellintun', j. car\ 

Summa vij. car' xiij.s. 

Clywar'. 
Dominus Ricardus de Sifrewast, j. car'. 
Robertus Delhech' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Osbertus de Lasenape cum parcenariis, dim' car'. 
Vicencius cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Johannes de Wenekefeld cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Radulfus Novus cum parcenariis, dim' car'. 
Herbertus cum parcenariis, j. car'. 

Summa vj. car' dim' xiij.s. 

Chedehengr\ 
Colinus de Oxehaya, j. car\ 

Summa j. car' ij.s. 

1 Read Dydewrthe. 

2 Read Colewrthe. 

Wt. 3705. b 20 



306 A.D. 1220. 



Subs. 73/2. Sotebroch. 

—cont. Dominus Hugo de Sutebroch', ij. car'. 

Rogerus de Leg', dim' car'. 
Hugo Kay re, j. car'. 
Radulfus de Laput', j. car'. 
Hamondus de Laput', j. car'. 
Radulfus de Camera cum parcenariis, j. car'. 
Summa vj. car' dim' xiij.s. 

Horipord'. 
Hugo de Sancto Philiberto, ij. car'. 
Rogerus de Bekenefeld' cum parcenariis, j. car'. 

Summa iij. car' vj.s. 

Jordanus Forestarius, ij. car' iiij.s. 

Summa omnium carucarum clxiij. car' xvj.l. vj.s. 

Sciendum autem est quod nulle eschaete sunt in baliva domini 
Engelardi de Cigoin', nee aliquis Normanus habet terram in ea, 
nee aliquis tenet in eadem de dominico domini regis preterquam 
dominus Engelardus, qui tenet Windesor' et Bray et Chocham. 

[Endorsed erroneously : — ] Carrucagium in honore de Walingeford' . 



GLOUCESTER. 

I. 365-370. HTJNDREDUM DE WESTBIR'. 

In Stanre 1 



cum omnibus pertinenciis xxxv. car'. 



In Parva Dene 

In Eluinton' 

In Redleg' 

In Eddeseta 

In Chakeshull' 

In villa de Niwham iiij or car'. 

In Westbir' iij. caruc'. 

Item in eadem villa de feodo Galfridi de Longo Campo xij. car'. 

In Blechesdon' iiij or caruc'. 

In villa de Hope viij. car'. 

In Bulleg' iiij or caruc' et dimidia. 

In Morcota j. caruc'. 

In Munestrewrth' ix. caruc'. 

HTJNDREDUM DE BLYCHESLAWE. 2 

In villa de Anra 3 xj. car'. 

In Boxilme 4 ij. caruc'. <- 

1 Read Staure. 3 Read Aura. 

2 Read Blytheslawe. 4 Read Boxclive. 



GLOUCESTER. 307 



1. 365-370 In Blicheslawe una car\ 
—com. j n p u it on ' iij. car' et dimidia. 
In Ettelawe ij. caruc'. 
In Periton' iij. caruc'. 
In Lydeneya vj. caruc'. 
In Elbrichtona iij. caruc'. 

HUNDREDUM DE BOTTELAWE. 

In Dimmok xij. caruc'. 
In Buleston' iiij or caruc'. 
In Tyberton' iiij or caruc'. 
In Magna Teinton' v. car'. 
In Parva Teintona j. car'. 
In Panteleg' vj. caruc'. 
In Hunteleg' vj. car'. 
In Kenepeleg' iiij or car'. 
In Bromesberg' iiij or car'. 
In Oxenhall' iiij or car'. 
In Kersewell' ij. caruc'. 
In Lildikota 1 j. caruc'. 
In Cumpton' dimidia car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE WITTESTAN'. 

In Kingestanleg' iiij or caruc'. 

In Stanleg' Henr' ij. car'. 

In Esteueneston' v. car'. 

In Alerinton' 2 iij. car'. 

In Frompton' viij. caruc'. 

In Morton' v. caruc'. 

In Stanhuse vj. car' et dimidia. 

In Hersefeld vj. car'. 

In Hwitehurste vj. caruc' 

HUNDREDUM DE DUDDESTANA. 

In villa de Beggeworth' et Heyyerleg 3 de feodo Marisc' xiij. car'. 

In Brochworth v. car'. 

In Waddon' iij. caruc'. 

In Langeford' ij. caruc'. 

In Wotton' una car' et dimidia. 

In Lessedon' iij. car' et dimidia. 

In Berton' domini regis xvij. car'. 

In Hupheberleg 4 iij. car'. 

In Twigeworth' iij. car'. 

In Sandhurst iij. car'. 

In Elmoure vj. car'. 

In Wlvrichtrop' una car' et dimidia. 

In Periton' iij. car'. 

In Telmebrug' ij. car'. 

In Breithelminton' iij. car' et dimidia. 

1 Read Kildekota. 3 Read Heytherleg'. 

2 Read Alerinton'. 4 Read Huphetherleg'. 



308 A.D. 1220. 



I. 365-370 l n Periton' una car'. 

In Wydecomb j. caruc'. 

HUNDREDUM DE CHILTEHAM. 

In Chilteham cum pertinenciis xliiij or car'. 
In Lechampton' ix. caruc'. 
In Swindon' iij. caruc'. 

Johannes de Monem' debet respondere de caruagio car' sub- 
scrip tar um. 

In villa Sancti Briavelli xj. caruc'. 

In villa de Bykenture 1 ix. car'. 

In villa de Stanton' iiij. caruc'. 

In Roworthin' v. car'. 

In Dena iij. car'. 

In Abbenhal' ij. caruc'. 

In Lacu j. caruc'. 

In Wellenton x. car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE BYSELEG\ 

In Lippegat' Ricardi iiij. caruc'. 

In Byseleg de feodo Radulfi de Langecote vij. caruc*. 

In Cappartona 2 v. car'. 

In FromptOna iij. car'. 

In Tunleg' iij. caruc'. 

In Troham iij. caruc'. 

In Wyca xvj. caruc'. 

In Budefeld' iij. caruc'. 

In Rindewyk iiij 01 " caruc'. 

In Lopegat' Henrici iij. car'. 

In Eggewrth' iiij or car'. 

In Musarder' vj. caruc'. 

In Wonestan' v. caruc'. 

HONOR WALINGFORD'. 

In Alreleg' vij. caruc'. 
ln Chirinton' iiij or caruc'. 
In Turkeden' v. caruc'. 

VII. HUNDRED A CIRENCESTRIE. 

In Stretton' iiij or caruc'. 

In Daggelingewrth' v. caruc'. 

In Duntesburn' Simonis iij. car'. 

In Duntesburn' Ho tot j. car'. 

In Baggingeden' iij. car'. 

In Baudinton' iiij or caruc'. 

In Wygewald' iij. car'. 

In Auenel 3 Willelmi le Mareys iij. car'. «, 



1 Read Bykenoure. 3 Read Amenell'. 

2 Read Sappertona. 



GLOUCESTER. 309 



1.365-370 In Dunamenell' xj. caruc'. 
onL In Cernaya vj. car' et dimidia. 
In Harnhull' v. caruc'. 
In Sudinton' iiij or caruc'. 
In Cestreton' una car'. 
In Sudinton Galfridi iiij or car'. 
In Cotes v. caruc'. 



HUNDREDUM DE LANGETR . 

In Sippeton' xv. caruc' et dimidia. 

In Culkerton' viij. car'. 

In Weston' iiij or car'. 

In Tettebiria xxxij. caruc'. 

In Rodmarton' iiij or car'. 

In Lusseberg' ij. caruc' et dimidia. 

In Wodecestr' iij. caruc'. 

HUNDREDUM DE BRETHWALDESBERGH : 

In Lechlad' xv. caruc'. 
In Kynemeresford' xxij. car'. 
In Suthrope xij. car' et dimidia. 
In Lecche Cecilie vij. caruc'. 
In Calmondesden' ij. car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE RESPEREGATE. 

In Cuthberleg' viij. car'. 
In Elkestan' xj. car'. 
In Colesburn' viij. car'. 
In Cheddeworth' xvj. car'. 
In Nutebeame ij. car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE BRADEL'. 

In Sippeton' x. caruc'. 
In Witinton' xij. caruc'. 
In Tormartona xvj. caruc'. 
In Salpartona iiij or caruc'. 
In Hamptonet ix. caruc'. 
In Stawell' viij. caruc'. 
In Wynston' xj. caruc'. 

HUNDREDUM DE AGEMEDE. 

In Torteworth' v. caruc'. 
In Stansage j. caruc'. 



HUNDREDUM DE GRIMBALDESS 

In Audeburia xj. caruc'. 
In Dodemarton' iij. caruc'. 
In Badminton' x. car'. 
In Acton' v. caruc'. 
In Tormarton' xxij. car'. 



310 A.D. 1220. 



I. 365-370 In Derham xx. car'. 
conL In Soppeburia v. caruc'. 
In Hildesleg' iiij or caruc'. 
In Berton' Bristoll' xxxiiij or car'. 

HMDREDUM DE BERKEL'. 

In Eadbritthona xj. caruc'. 

In Weston' xiiij. car'. 

In Beverstan' xv. car'. 

In Wottona xx. car'. 

In Erlingeham xj. car'. 

In Alcrintona vj. car'. 

In Coueleg' xv. car'. 

In Go sin ton' x. car'. 

In Camme xx. car'. 

In Hamme xv. car'. 

In Filton Elie Giffard' j. car'. 

In Dursleg' iiij or car'. 

In Nimdesfeld iiij or car'. 

In Cromhale iiij or car'. 

In Enleg' 1 vj. car'. 

In Kengescota ix. car'. 

In Wodemonecota vij. car' et dimidia. 

In Olepenne vij. car'. 

In Hulle xj. caruc'. 

In Neowentona v. car'. 

In Oseleworth' iij. caruc'. 

In Hineton' vj. car'. 

In Slimbrug' iij. caruc'. 

HUNDREDUM DE SLOTTR'. 

In Wenriz xiij. caruc'. 

In Combe vij. car'. 

In Swelle xiiij. car' et dimidia. 

In Heyford' ix. car'. 

In Sloctres xx. caruc'. 

In Caldicota una caruc'. 

In Icombe iij. caruc'. 

In Braderisendon' xxiiij or car'. 

In Widiford ij. car' et dimidia. 

In Wyka xiij. caruc'. 

HUNDREDUM DE OLEFORD' ET DE WINCH'. 

In Catteslade vj. caruc'. 
In Gettinges Poer xj. car'. 
In Wykewanne xvij. caruc'. 
In Worminton' iij. caruc'. 
In Heyles xiiij. car'. 
In Pinnoksir' xv. car'. 

1 Read Euleg'. 



GLOUCESTER. 311 



1. 365-370 In Fernecota ix. car' et dimidia. 
—cont. j n p ttesleppe iiij or car'. 

In Eston' Johannis vj. caruc'. 

In Sudleg' cum pertinenciis xliij. car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE KYFTESGATE. 

In Weston' ix. caruc'. 

In Nortona vj. caruc'. 

In Seineburia ix. caruc'. 

In Ullinton' ij. car'. 

In Meston' 1 et Rebbeworth' 1 xv. car'. 

In Dorsintona vj. caruc'. 

In Weston' ij. caruc'. 

In Quenton' vij. caruc'. 

In Stok' ij. caruc' et dimidia. 

In Mones iiij or caruc'. 

In Huldicote iij. caruc'. 

In Clopton' ij. caruc' et dimidia. 

In Eadbrithona x. car'. 

In Bechesoure v. car' et dimidia. 

In Snescota viij. car'. 

In Langeberg' xvij. car'. 

In Cundicote ij. car' et dimidia. 

In Cheveringeworth' viij. car'. 

Ballivi comitis Gloucestrie debent respondere de caruagio proveniente 

de carucis subscriptis : — 

In Torneburi xxvj. car'. 

In Tidrinton' iiij or car'. 

In Acton' iiij or caruc'. 

In Gervelda 2 iiij or car'. 

In Herdecota iiij or car'. 

In Faireford' xxij. car'. 

In Tokinton' x. car'. 

In Wycke viij. caruc'. 

In Sopburia xxj. caruc'. 

In Dodinton' vij. caruc'. 

In Marsefeld' xxvj. caruc'. 

In Rindecumb' ix. caruc'. 

In Calemundesden' xiiij. car'. 

In Trusseburi j. caruc' et dimidia. 

In Wodemanecota iiij or car' et dimidia. 

In Overerindecumb' j. car' et dimidia. 

In Cotes dimidia car'. 

In Cernay vj. caruc'. 

In Eyleworth' vij. caruc'. 

In Hertford' v que car'. 

In Rodmarton' j. caruc'. 

In Leche iiij or caruc'. 

In Amenell' xviij. caruc'. 

1 Read Merston' et Pebbeworth. 2 Read Cervelda. 






312 A.D. 1220. 



1.365-370 In Cundicota j. caruc'. 
cont ' In Stanweya xix. caruc'. 
In Lemelinton' iiij or car'. 
In Walesburn' vj. caruc'. 
In Fitintona iij. car'. 
In Teokesbur' xxviij. car'. 
In Clifford' v. caruc'. 

In Diclesdona et Auderinton' vij. car' et dimidia. 
In Kenemarton' xij. car'. 
In Oxendon' vij. car'. 
In Walton' ij. caruc'. 
In Stok' iij. caruc'. 
In Botintona vj. car'. 
In Senedon vj. car'. 
In Swenecota j. car'. 
In Hamptona ix. car'. 
In Forthelminton' et Swineleg' x. car'. 

Ballivi comitis Cestrie debent respondere de caruagio xxv. car' 
in Campeden'. 

Ballivi comitis Saresberie debent respondere de xx. caruc' in 
Heytrop et de ix. caruc' in Amenell'. 

HUNDREDUM DE ALEWESTAN\ 

In Rochamton' iiij. carucate. 

In Winterburn' xj. car' et dimidia. 

In Frompton' v. car'. 

Summa carucarum de quibus milites perceperunt caruagium 
m. cccc. et v. carucate. 

Summa in denariis cxl.l. et iij.s. 



honour of wallingford: 



Subs. 161/1. RECEPTA HENRIGI DE SCACCARIO DE CARUC AGIO HONORIS 

WALINGEF\ SCILICET PRO QUALIBET CARUC A U.S. 

COMITATUS OXONIE HONOR. 

De villa de Baldindon', xxij.s. pro 1 xj. car'. Pro xj. caruc'. 

De villa de Eston', vj.l. vj.s. iiij.d. pro lxiij. car' et parte. 

De Kingeston' et Linlegh', xxij.s. pro xj. car'. 

De Witefeld', xiiij.s. pro vij. car'. 

De Holecumbe, xiiij.s. pro vij. car'. 

De Yppesden', x.s. x.d. pro v. car' et parte. 

De Neweham, xviij.s. iij.d. pro ix. car' et parte. 

De Adewelle 2 , xij.s. viij.d. pro vj. car' et parte. 

1 In each entry the words beginning pro and giving the number of car 5 
are in a different ink. 

2 Adewelle written after Suleham expunged. 



HONOUR OF WALL1NGFORD. 313 



Subs. 161/1 De Aklye, xxj.s. pro x. car' et dim'. 
—cont. j) e jieyford^ x s p ro v car ' 

De Alcretone, ix.s. pro iv. car' et dim'. 
De Berencestre, lxiiij.s. pro xxxij. car'. 
De Rolesham, xv.s. pro vij. car' et dim'. 
De Heyford', xvj.s. pro viij. car'. 
De Cestreton', xlij.s. viij.d. pro xxj. car' et parte. 
De Hesellye, xxj.s. ij.d. pro x. car' et dim' et parte. 
De Ruycot', x.s. vj.d. pro v. car' et quarta parte. 
De Bretewelle, v.s. viij.d. pro ij. car' et dim' et parte. 
De Brichtewelle, ix.s. viij.d. pro iiij. car' et dim' et parte. 
De Dray cot', ix.s. pro iiij. car' et dim'. 
De Mapeldurham, xviij.s. pro ix. car'. 
De Harpedene, xxij.s. iij.d. pro xj. car' et parte. 
De Rudherefeld', xxiij.s. viij.d. pro xj. car' et dim' et parte. 
De Nuderecot', vij.s. iiij.d. pro iij. car' et dim' et parte. 
De Bixe, xv.s. pro vij. car' et dim'. 
De Pushulle, iij.s. pro j. car' et dim'. 
De Cukesham, x.s. xj.d. pro v. car' et parte. 
De Gethamptone, viij.s. pro iiij. car'. 
De Garinges, xx.s. vj.d. pro x. car' et parte. 
De Watlington', xxx.s. iij.d. pro xv. car' et parte. 
De Stokes, l.s. pro xxv. car'. 
De Chaugrave, Ix.s. viij.d. pro xxx. car' et parte. 
De Hyenton', xvj.s. pro viij. car'. 
De Coflye, iij.s. vj.d. pro j. car' et dim' et parte. 
De Witchurche, xxij.s. pro xj. car'. 
De Radulfo Bruncoste de Herdewik, ij.s. pro j. car'. 
Summa xxxix.l. vj.s. x.d. pro ccc. et iiij xx xiij. caruc' et parte. 

HONOR WALINGEFORD' IN COMITATU BOKINGEHAM. 

De Cleydon', xij.s. iij.d. pro vj. car' et parte. 

De Cherdeslye, iiij.s. pro ij. car'. 

De Clopham, xl.s. vj.d. pro xx. car' et parte. 

De Messewrdh' et Chetendone, xliij.s. pro xxj. car' et dim'. 

De Pichelesyorne, * vij.s. viij.d. pro iij. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Stivelye, xvij.s. viij.d. pro viij. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Wedone, iij.s. iij.d. pro j. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Wengrave, xx.s. j.d. pro x. car' et parte. 

De Etrop et Warmodeston' l.s. vj.d. pro xxv. car' et parte. 

De Dorneya, ix.s. pro iiij. car' et dim'. 

De Merlauia, xxiij.s. pro xj. car' et dim'. 

De Wycumbe, c.s. et xxj.d. pro 1. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Pichecot', xvij.s. iij.d. pro viij. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Merston', xvij.s. vj.d. pro viij. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Bichendon', xvij.s. x.d. pro viij. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Sulebir', x.s. viij.d. pro v. car' et parte. 

De Hertwelle, vj.s. pro iij. car'. 

De Santerdone, xviij.s. xj.d. pro ix. car' et parte. 

De Hucham, xix.s. pro ix. car' et dim'. 

1 Read Pichelesthorne. 



314 A.D. 1220. 



Subs. 16 l/l De Evre, liiij.s. et viij.d. pro xxvij. car' et parte. 
~ conL De Ake, xv.s. pro vij. car' et dim'. 

De Sobinton', xxiij.s. pro xj. car' et dim'. 

De Ycford', xv.s. iiij.d. pro vij. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Wottesdon', xxxvj.s. iij. ob. pro xviij. car' et parte. 

De Quenton', xx.s. et j.d. pro x. car' et parte. 

De Heddesor', iiij.s. pro ij. car'. 

De Yselhamsted', xxv.s. pro xij. car' et dim'. 

De Stanton', xx.s. iiij.d. pro x. car' et parte. 

De Bradewell', vij.s. pro iij. car' et dim'. 

Summa xxxiij.l. iiij.d. ob. pro ccc. car' et xxx. car' et parte. 

HONOR WALINGEFORD' IN COMITATU NORHAPTON'. 

De Crewelton', xxj.s. pro x. car' et dim'. 
De Teynford', xvj.s. pro viij. car'. 

Summa xxxvij.s. pro xviij. car' et dim'. 

HONOR WALINGEFORD' IN COMITATU BERK'. 

De Berghefeld', xij.s. pro vj. car'. 

De Tedmerse, vij.s. pro iij. car' et dim'. 

De Suleham, iiij.s. pro ij. car'. 

De Purlye, ix.s. pro iiij. car' et dim'. 

De Hyda, viij.s. pro iiij. car'. 

De Upledecumbe, xv.s. pro vij. car' et dim'. 

De Ardinton', xx.s. viij.d. pro x. car' et parte. 

De Baterton', v.s. viij.d. pro ij. car' et dim' et parte. 

De Dudecot', xvj.s. pro viij. car'. 

De Fughelescot', x.s. pro v. car'. 

De Clopcot', xix.s. pro ix. car' et dim'. 

De Duninton', x.s. pro v. car'. 

De Appelton' et Etone, xviij. s. pro ix. car'. 

De Kerswelle, vj.s. pro iij. car'. 

Summa viij.l. iiij.d. pro iiij xx car' et parte. 

wiltesir'. 

De Rudburne, x.s. pro v. car'. 

De Chilton', xxxix.s. pro xix. car' et dim'. 

De Walecot', iiij.s. pro ij. car'. 

De Dray cot', xiiij.s. pro vij. car'. 

De Okeburn', iij.s. pro j. car' et dim'. 

De Chiseudon', ij.s. ix.d. pro j. car' et parte. 

De Okeburn', ij.s. pro j. car'. 

Summa lxxiiij.s. ix.d. 1 

De Haselbir', 2 xiiij.s. pro vij. car'. 

De Chiriton', 3 xij.s. pro vj. car'. 
De Turkeden', 3 xviij. s. pro ix. car'. 
De Alrelegh, 3 x.s. pro v. car'. 

Summa vj.l. viij.s. ix.d. pro lxiiij. car' et parte. 



1 This summa is cancelled. 2 Haslebury is in Wilts. 3 In Gloucestershire. 



HONOUR OF WALLINGFORD. 315 



MIDDELSEXE. 

Subs.l6l/i D e Hanewrdh', xij.d. pro dim' car'. 
—com. jy e Huerdinton', xv.s. pro vij. car' et dim'. 
De Ykeham, vj.s. pro iij. car'. 
De Dallegh', iiij.s. pro ij. car'. 

Summa xxvj.s. pro xiij. car'. 

sur'. 
De Bedinton', vij.s. pro iij. car' et dim'. 

Summa tocius iiij xx 1. x.l. vj.s. iij.d. ob. pro dcccc, car' et iij. car' 
et sexta parte car'. 

[Endorsed : — ] Honor Walelgeford'. Carucagium de laico tenemento 
illius honoris. 

Areragia carucagii in honore Walingef . 
De Heyford xx.s. Falk' pro x. car'. 
De Berncestr', xxxij.s. pro xvj. car'. 
De Coleham, Iiij.s. pro xxv. car' (sic). 
De Cumpton' xxiiij.s. pro xij. car'. 
De Brodeton', viij.s. pro iiij. car'. 
De Wotton' lj.s. pro xxv. car' et dim'. 

De Ardinton', xx.s. viij.d. pro x. car' et parte. 



OXFORD. 



Subs.161/1. SIC EST EOTULUS DE CARUAGIO POSIT AD U.S. PER COMITATUM 
OXONIE PER 1 RADULFUM FILIUM ROBERTI ET GILLEBERTUM DE 
FINEMERE. 

HUNDR' DE CHILTRE. 

De Stok', vj. car' xij.s. 

De Craweir, xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Syreburn', xv. car' xxx.s. 

De Chennora et Sideham, xxxv. car' et dim' lxxj.s. 

De Amintun', x. car' xx.s. 

De Wilehal', j. car', et dim' iij.s. 

De Peritun', xlj. car' iiij .1. et ij.s. 

De Warmundescumbe, iij. car' vj.s. 

De Sthokes et de Chakend' Marmiun, xvij. car', xxxiiij.s. 

De Mungewll', ix. car' et dim' xix.s. 

De Mapelderham Gurnay, xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Bagerugg', xiiij. car' xxviij.s. 

De Rutherfeld', xij. car' xxiiij.s. 

De Lew elm', xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Bensintun' Munsorel', ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Bixe v. car' et dim' xj.s. 

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316 A.D. 1220. 



Subs.i6i/l De Lachebroc, x. car' xx.s. 
— conL De Rucot', v. car' x.s. 

De Ropeford', vj. car' xij.s. 
De Lewelm' Wace, vij. car' xiiij.s. 
De Bensintun', xlij. car' iiij.l. et iiij.s. 

De Kaveresham, cum pertinenciis iiij xx et j. car' et dim' viij.l. 
et iij.s. 

De Ybbestan j. car' et dim' iij.s. 

Summa hundr' de Chiltre xxxvj.l. et viij.s. 
Summa 1 carrucarum ccc. et lxiiij. carr'. 

HUNDREDUM DE BULENDEN'. 

De Pedintun', ix. car' x viij.s. 
De Blakethiirn' et Hanbresdun', ix. car' xviij.s. 
De Bekeleg' et Hortun', xiij. car' xxvj.s. 
De Wdeperie v. car' x.s. 
De Elsefeld', viij. car' et dim' xvij.s. 
De Stauntun', xvj. car' xxxij.s. 
De Waterperie xij. car' xxiiij.s. 
De Audeber' ij. car' et dim' v.s. 
De Hedindun', xxxvj. car' lx. et xij.s. 
De Chelewrth' xiij. car' xxvj.s. 
De Halctun' xj. car' xxij.s. 
De Gersindun', xij. car' xxiiij.s. 
De Baudindun' Willelmi, ix. car' xviij.s. 
De Horspath', v. car' x.s. 
De Neweham, xij. car' xxiiij.s. 
De Hivetel', ix. car' xviij.s. 
De Letlemore, xvj. car' xxxij.s. 
De Meritun', ij. car' et dim' v.s. 
De domina Gundreda in Baudindun', j. car' ij.s. 
Summa hundredi de Bulenden' xx.l. iij.s. 
Summa 1 carr' cc. et j. et dim' car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE BAUNTUN'. 

De Estale, xv. car' xxx.s. 

De Clanefeld', ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Alfescot', xv. car' xxx.s. 

De Westwell', vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Bradewell', xxxv. car' lx. et x.s. 

De Dukelintun', vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Stanlak', v. car' et dim', xj.s. 

De Broctun', x. car' xx.s. 

De Burtun', xv. car' xxx.s. 

De Canicot', viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Elesford', iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 

De Nortun', xvj. car' xxxij.s. 

De Rutcot', ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Bauntun' Comitis, xvj. car' xxxij.s. ^ 

De Estun' membrum Bauntun', viij. car' xvj.s. 

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OXFORD. 317 



Subs.i6i/i D e Bauntun' de Oylli, xj. car' xxij.s. 
—con. jy G L ewes Margerie, ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Estrop', ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Bureford', xx. car' xl.s. 

Summa hundredi de Bauntun' xx.l. xiiij.s. 
Summa 1 carr' cc. et vij. carr'. 



HUNDREDUM DE BLOCKESHAM. 

De Belescot', iiij. car' viij.s. 

De Broctun' et de Newentun', xxix. car' lviij.s. 

De Edburber', xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Bereford' Plaice, viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Mildecumbe, ij. car' et dim' v.s. 

De Wigintun', vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Alcrintun', iij. car' vj.s. 

De Draitun', viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Haneweie, x. car' xx.s. 

De Mulintun', v. car' x.s. 

De Boidecot', ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Sibbeford' Goyer, viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Blockesham, xvij. car' xxxiiij.s. 

De Hornintun' Jurdan', j. car' et dim' iij.s. 

Summa hundredi de Blockesham, xj.l. xij.s. 
Summa 1 carr' c. et xvj. carr'. 



HUNDREDUM DE CHADELINTUN . 

De Fulebroc, xx. car' xl.s. 

De Fifhid', vj. car' xij.s. 

De Ministr', xvj. car' xxxij.s. 

De Ydebery, vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Cercenden', v. car' x.s. 

De Kaingeham, vij. car' et dim' xv.s. 

De Ceteltun' vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Saltford', viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Magna Rolaunderit', xv. car' et dim' xxxj.s. 

De Pudelicot', vj. car' xij.s. 

De Nortun', vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Esterleg', vj. car' xij.s. 

De Hoconortun' et Swereford', xxj. car' xlij.s. 

De Dene et Chalcford', vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Speleberi, xxiij. car' et dim' xlvij.s. 

De Chadelintun' Simonis, viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Chadelintun' Belet, vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Chadelintun' Willelmi, vj. car' xij.s. 

De Estcot', xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Walecot', vj. car' xij.s. 

De Simbroc, v. car' x.s. 

De Etchrop', iiij. car' viij.s. 

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318 AD. 1220. 



Subs. 16 1/1 De Siptun' xxvij. car' et dim' lv.s. 
- conL De Cornwell', vj. car' xij.s. 

Summa hundredi de Chadelintun' xxiiij.l. x.s. 
Summa 1 carr' cc. et xlv. carr'. 

HUNDREDUM DE WTTUN'. 

De Erdintun', xvj. car' xxxij.s. 
De Beckebroc, viij. car' xvj.s. 
De Wrtun', iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 
De Cersintun' v. car' x.s. 
De Bladen' vj. car' xij.s. 
De Coges, vj. car' xij.s. 
De Wivelecot', j. car' ij.s. 
De Enstintun', ij. car' et dim* v.s. 
De Glim tun', iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 
De Siptun', viij. car' et dim' xvij.s. 
De Withull', iiij. car' viij.s. 
De Denneford', x. car' xx.s. 
De Bertun' Johan, lviij. car' c. et xvj.s. 
De Rolesham, iiij. car' et dim' ix.s. 
De Stipelestun', ix. car' x viij.s. 
De Cudintun', v. car' x.s. 
De Midelestun', v. car' x.s. 
De Norhestun', xj. car' xxij.s. 
De Trop x. car' xx.s. 
De Dunnesthiwe, x. car' xx.s. 
De Nuthercot', ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Uverortun', v. car' et dim' xj.s. 
De Nitherortun', vj. car' xij.s. 
De Eleberi, iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 
De Wttun', xj. car', xxij.s. 
De LudewelP, iij. car' vj.s. 
De Bertun', vj. car' xij.s. 
De Newentun', v. car' x.s. 
De Bereford' Olaf, vj. car' xij.s. 
De Bertun' Odun, iiij. car' viij.s. 
De Dadintun' Willelmi, xv. car' xxx.s. 
De Dadintun' Radulfi Harang, xiij. 2 xxvj.s. 
De Dadintun' Eve, viij. car' xvj.s. 
De Bereford' Simonis, iij. car' vj.s. 
De Eutun' Roberti, ij. car' iiij.s. 
De Kudelintun', ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Wdestok', cum pertinenciis scilicet xxiiij. car' x.l. viij.s. 
Summa hundredi de Wttun', xxxj.l. v.s. 
Summa 1 carr' ccc. et xij. car' et dim'. 

HUNDREDUM DE POCKEDELOWE. 

De Lillingestan', iiij. car' et dim' ix.s. 
De Muxeberi Aregnes, j. car' ij.s. 

1 This summa is in another hand. 

2 After xiij. supply car'. 



OXFORD. 319 



Subs. 161/1 De Wllavestun', viij. car' xvj.s. 
—cont. p e ]? mem ere, vjj. car ' xiiij.s. 
De Wnleberi, v. car' x.s. 
De Saldewell', vj. car' xij.s. 
De Badintun' Purcel, j. car' ij.s. 
De Hethe, vj. car' xij.s. 
De Thuresmere, x. car' xx.s. 

De Stokes et de Badintun', xxj. car' et dim' xiiij.s. 
De Strattun', j. car' ij.s. 
De Sulthorn', xvj. car' xxxij.s. 
De Herdewik', v. car' x.s. 
De Buckehull', xv. car' xxx.s. 
De Fretewll', xv. car' xxx.s. 
De Hayford, vij. car' xiiij.s. 
De Blechesdun', xv. car' xxx.s. 
De Faringeford', viij. car' xvj.s. 
De Sumertun', et de Northbroc, xij. car' xxiiij.s. 
De Lake iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 
De Medelintun', viij. car' xvj.s. 
De Kurtlintun', xiij. car' et dim' xxvij.s. 
De Bigenhull' de parte Jacobi le Bret, iiij. car' viij.s. 
De Godendun', iij. car' vj.s. 

Summa hundredi de Pockedelow, xix.l. xij.s. 

Summa 1 carr' c. et quater xx. et xvj. carr'. 

Summa 1 summarum in denariis c. Ixiiij.l. iiij.s. 
Summa 1 summarum in carrucis preter honorem de Warengeford 

m. et dc. et xlij. car'. 



NORTHAMPTON. 

Subs. 242/29. CAEUCAGIUM ASSISUM IN COMITATU NORHAMPT. 

HUNDREDUM DE FALEWESLE. 

De Falewesle, vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Lichesbarewe, de viij. car' et quarta parte et sexta parte 
unius car' xvj.s. x.d. 

De Fardingeston', de viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Parva Preston', de iij. car' vj.s. 

De alia Preston' de ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Doddeford' de xiij. car' et dim' xxvij.s. 

De Norton' de xxiiij. car' et dim' xlix.s. 

De Everdon' de j. car' ij.s. 

De Bergeby, de xviij. car' xxxvj.s. 

De Trop, de xj. car' et dim' xxiij.s. 

De Catesby, de v. car' x.s. 

De Heliden', de ix. car' xviij. s. 

De Drayton' de x. car' xx.s. 

De Davintre, de xv. car' xxx.s. 

De Staverton', de xij. car' et tercia parte unius car' xxiiij.s. viij.d. 

De Branteston', de xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

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320 A.D. 1220. 



Subs. i) e Stowe, de xiij. car' xxvj.s. 
~J onU De Snokescumb' de iij. car' vj.s. 

De Welleton', de vj. car' xij.s. 

De Charewelton', de ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Newebold', de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Osseby, 1 de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

Summa xix.l. xviij.s. vj.d. 

HUNDKEDUM DE SUTTON'. 

De Brackele, de xviij. car' xxxvj.s. 

De Halsho, de xiiij. car' xxviij.s. 

De Sutton', de xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Evenle, de xiiij. car' et dim' et ij. partibus unius car' xxx.s. iiij.d. 

De Purston' et Newebotle, de xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Farningho, de v. car' x.s. 

De Grimesbury, de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Middelton', de iiij. car' et dim' ix.s. 

De Wappehamm', de vij. car' et dim' xv.s. 

De Walton', de xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Taneford', de iiij. car' et sexta parte unius viij.s. iiij.d. 

De Eynho, de xvij. car' xxxiiij.s. 

De Trop', viij. car' et dim' xvij.s. 

De Stanes, de xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Culewrth', de xviij. car' xxxvj.s. 

De Estwelle et Faucot', de xv. car' xxx.s. 

De Whitefeld, de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Siresham, de iiij. car' viij.s. 

De Hinton', de xiij. car' xxvj.s. 

De Helmedon', de vij. car*' xiiij.s. 

De Crowelton', de iij. car' vj.s. 

De Cherleton', de ij. car' iiij.s. 

Summa xxj.l. xix.s. viij.d. 

HTTNDREDUM DE WARDON*. 

De Grettewrth', de viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Wardon', de xviij. car' et dim' xxxvij.s. 

De Bottendon', de xviij. car' xxxvj.s. 

De Sulegrave, de xj. car' et dim' xxiij.s. 

De Hinton', de vij. car' et dim' xv.s. 

De Wudeford, de ix. car' et dim' et tercia parte unius xixs. viij.d. 

De Eston' et Apeltr', de xiiij. car' xxviij.s. 

De Ochecot', de xiiij. car' et dim' xxix.s. 

De Bifeld, de iiij. car' et quarta parte unius viij t0 s. vj.d. 

De Eyndon', de viij. car' et sexta parte unius xvj.s. iiij.d. 

De Farendon', de iij. car' vj.s. 

Summa xj.l. xiiij.s. vj.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE CLEYLE. 

De Wike de xiij. car' et tribus partibus unius xxvij.s. vj.d. 
De Plumpton', de vj. car' et quarta parte unius xij.s. vj.d. 

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NORTHAMPTON. 321 

Subs. 

—cont. ^ e Estaneston' et Hulecot', de xj. car' et dim' xxiij.s. 
De Heymindecot', de viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Westpery, de xiij. car' et tribus partibus unius xxvij.s. vj.d. 
De Stokes et Aldrinton' et Shitelhanger, de xxx. car' et dim. lxj.s. 
De Couesgrave et Fordho, de xxiij. car' et tercia parte xlvj.s. 
viij.d. 

De Hertwelle et Rode et Eysse, de xxxvj. car' et duabus partibus 
lxxiij.s. iiij.d. 

Summa xiiij.l. vij.s. vj.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE HECHAM. 

De Irencestr' de j. car' et dim' iij.s. 
De Ringstede et Cotes, de ix. car' et dim' xix.s. 
De Strixton, de xj. car' xxij.s. 
De Cotes et alia Cotes, de ix. car' et dim' xix.s. 
De Eston', de xvij. car' xxxiiij.s. 
De Bosigat', de xxiij. car' xlvj.s. 
De Raunde, de iiij. car' viij.s. 
De Cnoteston', de v. car' x.s. 
De Newenton', de ix. car' et dim' xix.s. 
De Wullaveston', de xxvij. car' et dim' lv.s. 
De Haregrave, de vij. car' et dim' xv.s. 

Summa xij.l. x.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE NEWEBOTLEGRAVE. 

De Flora de xvj. car' et dim' xxxiij.s. 
De Kiselingbury, de xv. car' et dim' xxxj.s. 

De Bramton' et alia Bramton', de xxvj. car' et sexta parte unius 
lij.s. iiij.d. 

De Whelton, de viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Ravenestorp', de xvj. car' et sexta parte unius xxxij.s. iiij.d. 
De Tekne de vj. car' xij.s. 
De Esthaddon', de xxiij. car' xlvj.s. 

De Upton', de xvij. car' et duabus partibus xxxv.s. iiij.d. 
De Inferior e Hey ford', de xij. car' xxiiij.s. 
De Superiore Heyford', de xiij. car' xxvj.s. 
De Horpol, de xix. car' et dim' xxxix.s. 
De Brochole, de x. car' xx.s. 
De Musecot', de vj. car' xij.s. 
De Haldeneby, de xxj. car' xlij.s. 
De Duston', de xv. car' xxx.s. 
De Clacstorp', de v. car' et dim' xj.s. 
De Olthorp', de v. car' et tribus partibus xj.s. vj.d. 
De Herleston', de xiij. car' et tribus partibus xxvij.s. vj.d. 

Summa xxv.l. et xij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE NORTON'. 

De Seuowell, de v. car' et dim' xj.s. 
De Selveston', de vij. car' xiiij.s. 
De Morton', de xiij. car. xxvj.s. 
De Plump ton', de v. car' x.s. 

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322 A.D. 1220. 

Subs. De Wedon', de xiij. car' et dim' xxvij.s. 
—Jcmt ^ e Maydeford', de iiij. car' et tribus partibus ix.s. vj.d. 

De Maiore Blaculvesle, de xij. car' xxiiij.s. 

De Esseby de iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 

De Attaneston', de ij. car' et dim' v.s. 

De Bradden', de v. car' x.s. 

Summa vij.l. iij.s. vj.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE ORDLINGBER\ 

De Herdwic, de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Parva Harewedon', de x. car' xx.s. 

De Maiore Harewedon', de xvij. car' xxxiiij.s. 

De Ordlingber', de x. car' xx.s. 

De Wimalue, de vj. car' xij.s. 

De Isham de x. car' xx.s. 

De Cranesle, de xv. car' et quarta parte unius xxx.s. vj.d. 

De Hanyton' de x. car' et sexta parte xx.s. iiij.d. 

De Bruchton', de xvij. car' et dim' xxxv.s. 

De Pichtesle, de iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 

De Baddeshasel, de ij. car' iiij. car'. 1 

Summa x.l. xvj.s. x.d. 

Summa car' m.cc.xix. car' et quarta pars unius car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE ANFORDESHO. 

De Northesseby de xix. car' xxxviij.s. 

De Wileby de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Wendlingburgh', de iiij. car' et quarta parte viij.s. vj.d. 

De Dudinton', de xxiiij. car' xlviij.s. 

De Barton', de xviij. car' xxxvj.s. 

De Holecot', de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

Summa vij.l. xviij. s. vj.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE STOKES. 

De Wilberdestoke 2 , de xvj. car' xxxij.s. 

De Karelton', de iij. car' vj.s. 

De Bramton', de xiij. car' et sexta parte xxvj.s. iiij.d. 

De Dingele, de iij. car' et tribus partibus vij.s. vj.d. 

De Weston' et Sutton' de 3 vij. car' et duabus partibus xv.s. iiij.d. 

De Asshele de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

Summa c.s. xiiij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE CORBY. 

De Wakerle, de xiiij. car' xxviij.s. 

De Coreby, de v. car' x.s. 

De Bulewic, de x. car' xx.s. 

De Maiore Welledon', de vj. car' et dim' xiij.s. 

De Minore Welledon', de viij. car' et dim' xvij.s. 

De Bladherwic, de viij. car' xvj.s. 

1 Bead s, 2 Bead Wilberdestone. 3 de repeated in MS. 



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Subs. De Laxton', de iij. car' et quarta parte vj.s. vj.d. 
—cont ^ e Newenton' Maiore, de v. car' x.s. 

De Newenton' Minore, de iiij. car' et dim' ix.s. 

De Haringwrth', de xx, car' xl.s. 

De Wide, de xj. car' xxiij.s. 

De Kirkeby, de j. car' ij.s. 

De Stanerne, de tribus car' et v. partibus vij.s. viij.d. 

De Buchton', de iij. car' vj.s. 

De Gretton', de xvj. car' xxxij.s. 

De Brikestoke, de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Maiore Acle, de viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Parva Acle, de v. car' x.s. 

Summa xiij.l. xix.s. ij.d. 

HUNDREDTJM DE WILYBROC. 

De Tanesour', de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Nassinton', et JarewelF, de x. car' xx.s. 

De Ludinton', de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Hale de ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Suwic, de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Clive, de ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Apethorp', de ix. car' et duabus partibus unius car' xix.s. iiij.d. 

De Newenton', de v. car' x.s. 

De Dudinton', de ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Weston', de viij. car' xvj.s. 

Summa vij.l. vij.s. iiij.d. 

HUNDREDTJM DE STOTFALD. 

De Farendon', de x. car' et tercia parte unius xx.s. viij.d. 

De Huthorp', de v. car' x.s. 

De Keilmers, de viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Parva Bughedon', de ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Haselbeche, de ix. car' et quarta parte unius xviij.s. vj.d. 

De Maiore Oxendon', de vj. car' xij.s. 

De Minore Oxendon', de ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Thorp' juxta Lubenho, de ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Merston', de v. car' x.s. 

De Sibertoft, de vj. car' xij.s. 

De Clipston', de ix. car' xviij.s. 

De Maydewell', de viij. car' xvj.s. 

Summa vij.l. xix.s. ij.d. 

HUNDREDTJM DE ROWELL'. 

De Deresburg', de viij. car' et dim' et xij a parte j ua car* xvij.s. 
ij.d. 

De Thorp Malesoures, de v. car' et dim' xj.s. 

De Arningwrth', de ix. car' et dim' xix.s. 

De Thorp' Belet, de ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Clendon', de vj. car' xij.s. 

De Braybroc, de xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Riston', de ix. car' et quarta parte j us xviij.s. vj.d. 



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Subs. D e Lodinton', de v. car' et duabus partibus xj.s. iiij.d. 
—cont. -^ e Drauchton', de vj. car' xij.s. 

De Rowelle, de xxiiij. car' xlviij.s. 

Summa viij.l. xv.s. 

HUNDEEDUM DE GILTESBURGH'. 

De Gel ver toft, de iiij. car' viij.s. 
De Cotes Goldinton', de iiij. car' viij.s. 
De Cold Esseby, de viij. car' xvj.s. 
De utraque Creton', de viij. car' xvj.s. 

De Welleford', de xij. car' et tribus partibus et viij a parte unius 
car' xxv. s. ix.d. 

De Giltesburgh', de xj. car' et sexta parte unius xxij.s. iiij.d. 

De Nor toft, de ij. car' et duabus partibus unius v.s. iiij.d. 

De Cotesbroc, de xviij. car' xxxvj.s. 

De Westhaddon', de vij. car' et tercia parte j us xiiij.s. viij.d. 

De Turneby, de vj. car' et duabus partibus xiij.s. iiij.d. 

De Buckeby, de xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Watford', Morcot' et Sivelesworth', de xxj. car' xiij.s. 

De Crec, de xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Lilleburne et Cotes, de vj. car' et tribus partibus xiij.s. vj.d. 

De Winewic, de v. car' x.s. 

De Navesby, de xvj. car' xxxij.s. 

Summa xv.l. vj.s. xj.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE SPELHO. 

De Pitesford', de xij. car' et dim' xxv.s. 

De Abinton', de xiiij. car' et quarta parte xxviij.s. vj.d. 

De Uviston', de xv. car' et dim' xxxj.s. 

De Maiore Billing', de x. car' et dim' xxj.s. 

De Weston', de xij. car' et dim' xxv.s. 

De Parva Billing', de vij. car' xiiij.s. 

De Sprotton', de xxj. car' et tercia parte unius xiij.s. viij.d. 

De Buketon', de iiij. car' et tercia parte viij.s. viij.d. 

De Mul ton', de xxiiij. car' et dim' xlix.s. 

Summa xij.l. iiij.s. x.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE MALESLE. 

De Walde, de ix. car' xviij. s. 
De Faxton', de vij. car' xiiij.s. 
De Waldegrave, de xij. car' xxiiij. s. 

De Scaldewelle, de vj. car' et tercia parte j us xij.s. viij.d. 
De Hochton', de vij. car' et dim' xv.s. 
De Langeport, de vj. car' xij.s. 
De Thorp' juxta Norhampt' de xxxij. car' lxiiij.s. 

Summa vij.l. xix.s. viij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE TOUECESTR'. 

De Gayton', de xvj. car' et dim' xxxiij.s. 
De Tiffeld, de iij. car' et xij a parte vj.s. ij.d. 
De Grimescot', de v. car' x.s. 



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Subs. D e Potcot', de vij. car' et dim' xv.s. 
^ITt De Pateshull', de xvj. car' xxxij.s. 

De Touecestr', de xxxiij. car' lxvj.s. 

De Foxle, de iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 

Summa viij.l. ix.s. ij.d. 

HUNDREDUM DE WIMERESLE. 

De Middelton' et Colintr', de xxiiij. car' xlviij.s. 
De Maiore Houchton', de xxvj. car' et dim' liij.s. 
De Trop Advocati, de x. car' et dim' xxj.s. 
De Cugenho, de xiij. car' et quarta parte xxvj.s. vj.d. 
De Wicheton', de xj. car' xxij.s. 

De Parva Dudinton', de xv. car' et quarta parte unius xxx.s. vj.d. 
De Esseby, et Chaddeston', de xxiij. car' et dim' xl vij.s. 
De Blitheswrth', de xiiij. car' xxviij.s. 
De Quenton', de iiij. car' et tribus partibus ix.s. vj.d. 
De Jerdele, de xix. car' xxxviij.s. 
De Wutton', de xxv. car' l.s. 
De Preston', de vij. car' et dim' xv.s. 

De Brawefeld, et Parva Houchton', de xlj. car' et sexta parte j U£ » 
iiij.l. ij.s. iiij.d. 

De Horton', de x. car' et quarta parte xx.s. vj.d. 
De Pidinton', de ij. car' et sexta parte iiij.s. iiij.d. 
De Hardingestorn, de xij. car' xxiiij. s. 
De Hakelinton', de vij. car' et octava parte xiiij. s. iij.d. 
De Grendon', de xix. car' et duabus partibus xxxix. 1 iiij.d. 

Summa xxviij.l. xiij.s. iij.d. 

BALLIVA BURGI. 
HUNDREDUM DE POKEBROC. 

De Turming', de j. car' ij.s. 

De Heminton', de iij. car' vj.s. 

De Winewic', de ij. car' iiij.s. 

De Benifeld et Liveden', de v. car' x.s. 

De Lullinton', de iij. car' vj.s. 

Summa xxviij.s. 

HUNDREDUM DE NAVERESFORD'. 

De Deneford', de xv. car' xxx.s. 
De Trapeston', de xj. car' xxij.s. 
De Wadenho, de iiij. car' viij.s. 

Summa Ix.s. 



De Aldewincle, de iij. car' et dim' vij.s. 
De Lilleford', de viij. car' xvj.s. 

Summa 2 lxvj.s. viij.d. 



1 After xxix. supply s. 

2 This sum suggests that the heading of a new hundred (Huxloe) and most 
of the places in it are not entered on the roll. 



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A.D. 1220. 



Subs. 
242/29 
— conl. 



HUNDREDUM DE NORDNAVESLUND. 

De Craneford' de ix. car' et tribus partibus xix.s. vj.d. 
De Burton', de xiiij. car' et dim' xxix.s. 
De Grafton', de vj. car' xij.s. 

Summa lx.s. vj.d. 



HUNDREDUM DE SUDNAVESLUND. 

De Maiore Adinton', de vj. car' et quinque partibus xiij.s. viij.d. 
De Minore Adinton', de viij. car' xvj.s. 
De Wudeford', de ij. car' iiij or s. 
De Tingden' de xiiij. car' xxviij.s. 

Summa lxj.s. viij.d. 

NASSUS BURGI. 

De Bernake, de ij. car' iiij.s. 

Summa totalis cclxj.l. vj.s. vj.d. de mmdcxiij. car' et quarta 
parte unius caruce. Soluti sunt hide cclx.l. xviij.d. et debentur 
xxv.s. 

Hec solucio facta est per Ascelinum de Sidenham et Robertum 
de Flora preter feoda inferius scripta de quibus nichil receperunt. 

Feoda que non solverunt carucag', scilicet — 

Feoda omnium prelatorum ecclesiasticorum per breve, 

Feodum comitis Cestrie, 

Feodum comitis de Ferrariis per breve, 

Honor Walingford' per breve do mini regis, 

Terra que fuit Rollandi filii Simonis de Lindon' in Eston', scilicet 
ix. car' et terra Ricardi de Hanred in Barton', scilicet vij. car' et 
dim', quod carucagium dominus R. episcopus Saresberiensis collegit 
per breve domini regis. 

Terra Hawisie de Cestria in Bukeby per Falkesium de Breaute. 

Manerium de Roddeston' feodum comitis Albimarl' de xviij. car' 
per Falkesium de Breaute. 

Falkesius de Breaute recepit xxj.s. de x. car' et dim' in Brikleswrth', 
et retinuit carucagium de quinque carucis suis propriis ibidem. 

Terra Johannis Marescalli in Norton' de xvij. car' nihil solvit. 

Caruce de burgo Norhampton'. 

[Endorsed : — ] Carcucag' de Norhamtonsir' Pokebrok' et Ferrers. 



NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 



Subs. 
239/242. 



CARRUCAGIUM NORF' ASSISUM ANNO REGNI REGIS HENRICI. 

Loding'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xlviij. caruce. 

Quarum xij. car' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie.' Et remanent xxxvj. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carucis de feodo ecclesie lxxij.s. 



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Subs. Cnavering'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxxvij. carr'. 
—iont Quarum xiiij. carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 

xxiij. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xlvj.s. 

Eresham. In hoc dimidio hundredo fuerunt lxxv. caruce. 

Quarum xxv. carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 1. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie c.s. 

Disce. In hoc dimidio hundredo fuerunt cvj. carr'. 

Quarum xxx. car' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie et viij. carruce 

Roberti filii Walteri et rusticorum suorum. Et remanent 

lxviij. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie vj.l. xvj.s. 

Diepwad'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iiij xx et xj. carr'. 

Quarum xv. carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie, et v. car' fuerunt 

Roberti filii Walteri et rusticorum suorum. Et remanent 

lxxj. carr'. \ 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie et Roberti 

filii Walteri vij.l. ij.s. 

Humeliard'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxxiij. carr'. 

Quarum j. car' est de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxxij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie lxiiij.s. 

Hensted\ In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxvij. carr'. 

Quarum sex car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxj. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xlij.s. 

Gillecros. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iiij xx et ij. car'. 

Quarum vij. sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent lxxv. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie vij.l. x.s. 

Scropham. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iiij xx et xiij. caruce cum 

tribus carr' de villa de Teiefford'. 
Quarum ix. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent iiij xx . et 

iiij. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie viij.l. viij.s. 

Wainlund'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt lij. car'. 

Quarum viij. carr' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xliiij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie iiij.l. viij.s. 

Grimesho. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxxvij. carr'. 

Quarum iiij. carr' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxxiij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie lxvj.s. 



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Subs. Four hog'. In hoc hundredo et dimidio fuerunt xiiiij. carr'. 

' ^ Quarum vij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxxvij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie lxxiiij.s. 

Mitford'. In hoc hundredo et dimidio fuerunt xxvij. carr'. 

Lawend'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt vij" et iij. carr'. 

Quarum xvij. carr' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent c. et 

xxv j. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xij.l. xij.s. 

Suthgreneho. In hoc hundredo fuerunt viij xx et v. car'. 

Quarum xvj. carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 
cxlix. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xiiij.l. xviij.s. 

Clakelos'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt cccxvij. car'. 

Quarum vj xx et xij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 

c.iiij xx et v. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xviij.l. x.s. 

Frethebrig'. In hoc hundredo et dimidio sunt d. et xiiij. carr'. 
Quarum cc.iiij xx et ij. carr' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 

cc. et xxxij. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie xxiij.l. 

iiij.s. 

Smethedon'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt clxviij. car'. 

Quarum lvij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent cxj. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xj.l. ij.s, 

Galehog'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iiij xx vj. car'. 

Quarum xvij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent lxix. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie vj.l. xviij.s. 

Brothercros. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iiij xx et xv. carr'. 

Quarum xxxvj. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent lix. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie cxviij.s. 

Northgreneho. In hoc hundredo fuerunt lxxviij. car'. 

Quarum xxvij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent lj. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie cij.s. 

Holt. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxix. car'. 

Quarum sex car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxiij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xlvj.s. 



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Subs. Eynesford'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxxv. car'. 
llrr Summa denariorum lxx.s. 



zont. 



Northerpigh'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxvij. car'. 

Quarum sex car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxj. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xlij.s. 

Sutherpigh'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxx. car'. 

Quarum vij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxiij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xlvj.s. 

Tunsted'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xlij. carr'. 

Quarum xvij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxv. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie l.s. 

Taverham. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xj. car'. 

Quarum j. car' est de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent x. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xx.s. 

Walesham. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xxvj. car'. 

Quarum iiij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xliiij.s. 

Blafeld'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iiij. car'. 

Quarum j. car' est de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent iij. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie vj.s. 

Estfleg'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt viij. carr'. 

Quarum j. car' est de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent vij. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xiiij.s. 

Westfleg'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iij. carr' de feodo ecclesie. 

Happing'. In hoc hundredo sunt xxiij. carr'. 

Quarum xij. carr' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xj. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie xxij.s. 

Summa omnium carrucarum m. et dec. et lxiij. carruc'. 
Summa denariorum omnium prescriptarum carruc' c. et lxxvj.l. 
et vj.s. 

CARRUCAGIUM SUFF' ASSISUM ANNO REGNI REGIS HENRICI. 

Luthingeland'. In hoc dimidio hundredo fuerunt xxv. carruce. 
Quarum nulla fuit de feodo ecclesie. 
Summa denariorum l.s. 

Mutford'. In hoc dimidio hundredo fuerunt xxx. carr'. 
Quarum j. est de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xxix. carr'. 
Summa denariorum excepta car' de feodo ecclesie lviij.s. 



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Subs. Blithing'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt lxxix. carr'. 

j^ Quarum tres carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 

lxxvj. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie vij.l. et 
xij.s. 

Wainefford'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt lvij. carr'. 

Quarum vij. carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 

1. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carucis de feodo ecclesie c.s. 

S. Atheldr'. In v. hundredis et dimidio et Thredling' Sancte 

Atheldr' fuerunt iiij. et iij. carruce. 
Quarum iij. car' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent iiij xx 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie viij.l. 

Hoxne. In hoc hundredo fuerunt xlv. carr'. 

Quarum sex carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 
xxxix. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie lxxviij.s. 

[In margin] xxxij. caruce de honore Eye. 

Bosemer'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt iiij xx et xj. carr'. 

Quarum iij. carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie exceptis car' de 
Berking' episcopi Elyensis que non fuerunt infra hanc 
summam. Et remanent iiij xx . et vij. carr'. 

Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie viij.l. et 
xiiij.s. 

Cleidon'. In his duabus partibus hundredi fuerunt xx. carr' et 

due carr' de villa de Brokes. 
Quarum tres carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 

xix. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie xxxviij.s. 

Samford'. In hoc hundredo et dimidio fuerunt vj xx carr'. 

Quarum xxiiij. carr' fuerunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent 

iiij xx et xv j. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie ix.l. xij.s. 

Hertesmer'. In hoc hundredo fuerunt lxviij. carr'. 

Quarum xv. carr' sunt de feodo ecclesie et j. car' de feodo 

Hospitalis. Et remanent Iij. carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis carr' de feodo ecclesie ciiij.s. 

Stowe. In hoc hundredo fuerunt lix. carr'. 

Quarum xij. car' sunt de feodo ecclesie. Et remanent xlvij. 

carr'. 
Summa denariorum exceptis car' de feodo ecclesie iiij J. xiiij.s. 



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Subs. S. Admund'. In viij. hundredis et dimidio Sancti Edmundi 
2 —lont fuerunt, scilicet in hundredo de Lacford' vj xx et iiij. caruce, 

in duobus hundredis de Blakebrun' c. et iiij. caruc', in 
hundredo de Risebrug' cc. et vij. caruc', in hundredo de 
Thinghog' lxxvij. caruc', in hundredo de Thedwarestre lxxvij. 
caruc', in duobus hundredis de Badberee cxix. caruc', in 
dimidio hundredo de Corsford' xlij. caruc'. 
Summa carucarum in hac libertate dccl. caruc'. 

Ixning. Novum Mercatum. In villa de Ixning et Novi Mercati 
fuerunt xix. carr'. 
Qua rum nulla fuit de feodo ecclesie. 
Summa denariorum xxxviij.s. 

Summa omnium carrucarum in hoc comitatu preter hundreda 
Sancti Admundi dc. et xix. carr'. 

Summa denariorum earundem carruc' lxj.l. et xviij.s. 

Summa carukarum in Norfuk' mille et dec. et lxiij. carr'. 

Summa carrucarum in Suffok' d. et xxxix. car' exceptis libertatibus 
Sancti Edmundi et Sancte Aldrede et honoris de Eya. 1 

Summa denariorum carucagii de Norfuk' et Suffok' cc. et xxiiij.l. 
iiij .s. Ex his in thesauro apud Templum iiij xx et iiij .1. et iij .s. Restant 
solvendi vij xx 1. et xij.d. sal vis predictis libertatibus. 



HERTFORD. 

Subs. 120/1. ROTULUS DE CARUAGIO ASSISO ANNO REGNI REGIS HENRICI 

QUARTO. 

Stokke comitis W. de Maundevil. xvij. car' solverunt xxxiij or s. 

Bisseg'. xxv. car' solverunt l.s. 

Mimmes. xxvij. car' solverunt liiij or s. 

Puteham'. vj. car' solverunt xij.s. 

Gatesdan'. xiiij. car' et dim' solverunt xxv.s. Debent iiij.s. 

Redbourne. j. car' solvit ij.s. 

Bacewrth'. iiij or car' solverunt viij.s. 

Aet'. v. car' solverunt x.s. 

Wilie. viij. car' et dim' et j. testa solverunt xvij.s. et ij.d. 

Knebbewrth'. De dominico Falc' nil solverunt. Solverunt de aliis 
xx.s. viij.d. 

Welewen'. xv. car' solverunt xxx.s. 

Aet' Munfichet'. v. car' solverunt vj.s. Debent iiij or s. 

Gravenl', Chivesf eld', vij . car' et tercia pars solverunt xiiij .s. viij .d. 

Langeleya. ij. car' et dim' solverunt v.s. 

Wimundesl' utraque. xviij. car' solverunt xxxiiij.s. Debent ij.s. 

Almesho. j. car' solvit ij.s. 

Wlwenwyk'. iij. car' et iij. partes unius car' solverunt vij.s. et iij.d. 

Peritun', Icleford, Bibbeswrth', Rammordewyk'. xxx. car' et dim' 
solverunt lxj.s. 

1 The words et honoris de Eya are erased. 



332 A.D. 1220. 



Subs. 120/1 SenP. vj. car' et vij. teste solverunt xiij.s. et ix.d. 
— conL Munden' Will', xij. car' solverunt xxiiij.s. 

Munden' Furnival'. xxij. car' et quarta pars unius car' solverunt 
xlj.s. et xj.d. Debent vij.d. 

Lechchewrth'. v. car' solverunt x.s. 

Watthun'. xix. car' et iij. teste solverunt xxxviij.s. Debent ix.d. 

Tachchewrth'. xvj. car' et dim' solverunt xxxiij.s. 

Linleg'. xj. car' et dim' solverunt xxiij.s. 

Kembit'. x. car' et iij. teste solverunt xvj.s. vij.d. ob. Debent iij.s. 
et iiij.d. et ob. 

Walden'. xv. car' solverunt xxx.s. 

Hichch'. liij. car' et dim' solverunt v.l. et v.s. Debent ij.s. 

Dinesleg'. ix. car' solverunt xviij.s. 

ClahaucL". xvj. car' et dim' solverunt xxxiij.s. 

Ret', viij. car' et dim' et vj. teste solverunt xvj.s. et vij.d. et ob. 
Debent ij.s. 

OrewelP. j. car' solvit ij.s. 

Hencstewrth'. j. car' solvit ij.s. 

Kaldecot'. ij. car' et dim 1 solverunt v.s. 

Radewell'. iij. car' et vj. teste solverunt vij.s. vj.d. 

Bigrave. xiiij. car' solverunt xxviij.s. 

Waulinget'. vij. car' et dim' solverunt xij.s. Debent iij.s. 

Ressenden'. vij. car' et j. testa solverunt x.s. Debent iiij.s. et iij.d. 

Codreth' Camerarii. xj. car' et dim' solverunt xxj.s. Debent ij.s. 

Berle. iij. car' et quarta unius car' solverunt vj.s. et j.d. 
Debent v.d. 

Kokenhach'. iij. car' solverunt iiij.s. Debent ij.s. 

Berkewey. xj. car' et quarta unius solverunt xiij.s. et vj.d. 
Debent ix.s. 

Anest', Hormad' Parva. xj. car' solverunt xxij.s. Item de v. 
testis xv. d. 

Trokking'. iij. car' solverunt iij.s. ij.d. Debent xxij.d. 

Widihal'. Solverunt xv.s. de viij. car' et dim'. Debent ij.s. 

Wakeleg'. ij. car' solverunt iiij.s. 

Boclaund'. viij. car' solverunt xj.s. et vj.d. Debent iiij.s. et vj d. 

Hormad' J. de Saunf. ix. car' et iij. partes unius car' solverunt 
xix.s. et viij. 

Hormad Steph'. j. car' et vij. teste solverunt iij.s. ix.d. 

Bordesdan'. ij. car' solverunt iiij.s. 

Stoneberi. j. car' solvit ij.s. 

Ailfladewik'. ij. car' et ij. teste solverunt iiij.s. et vj.d. 

Hient'. iij. car' et solverunt v.s. vij.d. Debent v.d. 

Hodesdun' J. de Bassing'. iiij. car' et dim' solverunt ix.s. 

Hodesdun' Petronille, Amwell'. xiiij . car' et dim' et j . testa solverunt 
xxj.s. et iij.d. Debent viij.s. 

Brikendun'. j. car' et dim' de Adam novo homine et Philippo 
clerico solverunt ij.s. vij.[d.] Debent v.d. 

Hertfordingeberi. v. car' et ij. teste solverunt viij.[s. vj.d.] 
Debent ij.s. 

Tiwing'. vj. car' et dim' et ij. teste solverunt xiij.s. et vj.d. 

Rochamested'. iiij. car' et dim' et iij. teste solverunt ix.s. et ix.d. 

Paleshangr'. ij. car' et tercia pars solverunt iiij.s. viij.d. 



HERTFORD. 333 



Subs. 120/1 Benigho, Chelse, Estwik'. x. car' et dim' solverunt xxj.s. 
—cont. Bilechholt'. ij. car' solverunt iiij.s. 

Sabritteswrth' de Say. vij. car' et iiij. teste solverunt xiiij.s. ix.d. 
ob\ 

Sabritteswrth' Falc'. xxj. car' et dim' solverunt xiiij.s. 
Torleg'. vij. car' solverunt xiiij.s. 
Gedelest'. v. car' et dim' solverunt xj.s. 
Westmeln'. xiij. car' solverunt xxv.s. Debent xij.d. 
Gatesberi. viij. car' solverunt xvj.s. 
Brawing'. v. car' solverunt x.s. 
Wikham. iij. car' solverunt vj.s. 
Wares, xxv. caruce solverunt l.s. 

Summa lxiiij.l. viij.s. et ij.d. ob' pacat'. 

Summa arreragii lix.s. vj.d. ob' que superius annotantur ubi 
aretro sunt in qualibet villa per particulas. 

Iste ville non reddiderunt karuagium : — Flamstede, Wivelestom' 
DigoneswelP, KnebbewolP de dominico Falconis, Burlege, Br . . . de, 
Cestrehunte, Hunesdone, Standon', Thisecote, . . . ho, Nutham- 
stede, Apsedene, Oflege, Westone, . . . stede. 

Summa carucarum clx. caruc' et dim' et una testa. 

Summa denariorum de caruc' prenotatis xv.l. xij.s. viij.d. 

Et sunt in Knebbewrth' preter dominium Falkonis xx.s. iiij.d. 

Summa lxiiij.l. viij.s. ij.d. ob' non probata per manus subscrip- 
torum : — Simonis de Furneus, Galfridi de Rocheford'. 

Galfridus de Roynges recepit predict os denarios. 

[Endorsed : — ] Karucagium in comitatu de Hurtforde per Simonem 
de Furneaus et Galfridi 1 de Rocheford'. 



HUNTINGDON. 



Suba. 122/1. CARUC AG' C OMIT AT US HUNTED ON' ASS1SUM TEMPORE FALK* 

DE BREAUT\ 
HUNDREDUM DE HURSTINGESTON'. 

De Stivecle Comitis David, xj. caruc' et dim'. 

HUNDREDTJM DE TOULESLTJND. 

De Hemingeford' TrublevnT, xvj. car'. 

De Gillinges, ix. car'. 

De Weresle, xx. car'. 

De Everton' et Tetteworthe, ix. car'. 

De Stanton' et Hilton', xl. car'. 

De Adbodesle, vij. car' dim'. 

De Eynesbir', xiiij. car'. 

De Touleslund, xj. car'. 

De Pappeworthe, ij. car' dim'. 

De Offord' Willelmi Daci, vij. caruce. 

1 Read Galfridum. 



334 A.D. 1220. 



Subs. 122/1 D e Magna Paxton', vj. car' et quarta pars unius caruo\ 

-cont. jy e p arva p axton ' 5 v# car > 

De Sudho et Weston', xxj. car'. 

De Bichamstede, ij. car' dim'. 

De Dudinton' et Buweton', xiij. car' dim'. 

De Berkeford', ij. car' dim'. 

De Granteden', iiij. car'. 

De Gudmundecestr', xvij. car'. 

HTTNDREDUM DE NORTHMANNECROS. 

De villata de Walton', v. car'. 

De Saltereye Roberti de Bello Mesag', ij. car' dim'. 

De Glatton', xxj. car' dim'. 

De Coniton', viij. car'. 

De Caldecote, iij. car'. 

De Fulkesworthe, j. car' dim'. 

De Stilton', iij. car'. 

De Cestreton', vj. car'. 

De Overton' Henrici de Longa Villa, ix. car'. 

De Botulvesbrug', x. car' et dim'. 

De Ludinton Olyveri le Moygne, iiij. car'. 

HUNDREDUM DE LEYTTHONESTAN. 

De villata de Covinton', xiij. car'. 

De Ketelestan, xiij. car'. 

De Catteworthe, iij. car'. 

De Graffiiam, xv. car'. 

De Branton', xij. car'. 

De Alkmundebir', x. car'. 

De Wolvele, iiij. car' dim'. 

De Tirninge, ix. car'. 

De Wynewie', j. car' dim'. 

De Magna Giddinge, vj. car'. 

De Gyddinge Willelmi Engaygne, iiij. car'. 

De Hamerton', x. car'. 

De Mulesworthe, xij. car'. 

De Bukkesworthe, xiiij. caruce et dim'. 

De villata de Huntedon', iij. car'. 

Summa omnium car' in comitatu Huntedon' ccccxxiij. car' dim'. 

Summa in denariis xlij.L vij.s. 

Ex hac summa solute sunt xlij.L et aretro sunt vij.s. 

[Endorsed : — ] Huntedon' — Carucagium. 



( 335 ) 



VARIOUS DATES. 

It has been observed already that few of the documents transcribed in 
the Book of Fees are also transcribed in the Red Book of the Exchequer. 
A notable exception is a series of lists of ser jean ties in different counties, 
given consecutively in the Red Book, 1 but distributed in various parts of 
the Book of Fees, which, moreover, has lists for Sussex and Cambridge and 
Huntingdon that do not appear in the earlier volume. 

In the Book of Fees, many of these lists are entered twice and one is 
entered three times, one version being almost invariably headed — "De 
Testa de Nevill," and another — " De seriantiis arentatis per Robertum 
Passelewe tempore Henrici Regis, filii Regis Johannis." Other lists were 
apparently derived exclusively from the latter source. Inasmuch as Passelew's 
commutation of ser jean ties is known to have been made between 1247 and 
1250, it might at first sight be supposed that these lists were drawn up by 
him and his colleagues at that period. They are, however, considerably 
earlier, as will appear below. 

In explanation, it may be suggested with come confidence that, when 
Passelew was about to begin his enquiry, he was supplied with lists of such 
ser jean ties as were recorded at the Exchequer, that these lists were returned 
by him on the completion of his task, and that they were thenceforth preserved 
with his report. The Exchequer would thus have at least two series of these 
lists, one kept in the receptacle known as 'Testa de Nevill,' and the other, 
consisting of copies, preserved in a coffer, hanaper, or bundle, labelled " Ser j an tie 
arentate per Robertum Passelew," etc. as abpve. 

It is abundantly clear that the parallel lists of serjeanties printed below 
from various parts of the Book of Fees and those collected under a general 
heading in the Red Book of the Exchequer were derived from a common 
original, which no longer exists. Not only is the sequence of the names 
practically identical in the different counties, but scribal blunders occurring 
in one volume are generally to be found in the other also. Four instances 
will suffice. In the list for Essex, the word ' glavie ' has been transferred 
by both the copyists from the second entry to the third, thereby making 
nonsense. A misreading has in both books converted Overton in 
Lancashire into ' Cuerton ' or ' Querton. ' In the parallel lists for Wiltshire, 
Warin Doinel appears as Warin ' Puninel,' and Geoffrey Luveraz as Geoffrey 
'Luterel.' This last error shows that the three versions now extant were 
derived from a list prepared at the Exchequer, rather than from an original 
return from Wiltshire, for whereas Geoffrey Luterel had no land in the south 
of England, he was known at Westminster as one of the principal ministers 
of the Crown. 

In the printed version of the Red Book, the editor has tentatively ascribed 
the lists of serjeanties there given to the period between 1212 and 1217, and 
has accordingly affixed these dates in the margin. Subsequent researches, 
made during the preparation of the present volume, show that these limits 
are much too narrow. 

1 Pp. 451-468 in the printed edition. 



336 VARIOUS DATES. 



Having regard to chronological difficulties, it is altogether impossible to 
regard these lists of ser jean ties as a uniform series belonging to any particular 
year. They were probably copied from compilations made at the Exchequer, 
and posted up from time to time in a very casual manner. In some cases, 
notably in the lists for Cumberland and Northumberland, additional names 
have been inserted without cancellation of the names of previous holders of 
the ser jean ties mentioned. This has led to contradiction and confusion. 

In general character and in historical value, these lists of serjeanties are 
more similar to the so-called ' inquisitions ' in the Red Book than to the rest 
of the material collected in the Book of Fees. There is reason to believe 
that all of them were mere extracts or abstracts from returns made by sheriffs 
or by justices in eyre at different times in the first quarter of the thirteenth 
century. Owing to the loss of many of the records of the eyres of the period, 
it is now difficult to assign particular lists, or sections of lists, to definite years. 
The following notes upon some of them are more or less tentative. They 
may be amplified hereafter by persons who have studied the history of the 
different counties. 

Kent. The list consists of extracts from a record of the eyre of 1219, in 
which the names of the Serjeants occur in the same sequence. 1 

Surrey. Peter son of Henry fitz Ailwin, mayor of London, who is entered 
as holding Addington, was dead in 1207. 2 

Sussex. Alan of Woolbeding, who is entered as holding by serjeanty, 
was presumably the predecessor of Roger of Woolbeding, who paid relief 
in 1211 and who was entered as holding by the same serjeanty in 12 12. 3 

Southampton. The long list for this county is divided into two parts 
in the Book of Fees. Both of them show a close resemblance to the sheriff's 
return of 1212. 

Wilts. The list seems to have been compiled from several sources. An 
entry mentioning Warin fitz Gerold as the king's chamberlain can hardly be 
later than May, 1218, when he was dead. 4 On the other hand, the mention 
of the successor of Iseult Biset suggests a subsequent date, for that lady was 
living in 1219 and perhaps in 1222. 5 The second of the two entries concerning 
Robert Doinel presents a difficulty, for the marshalship there attributed to 
him had passed away from the Doinels before 1166. 6 

Somerset and Dorset. The list does not appear to be founded either 
upon the return of the sheriff in 1212, or upon that of the justices in ej^re in 
1219. In both those years, Geoffrey de St. Clair held Stapleton in Martock 

1 See p. 270 above. 2 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 95. 

3 See p. 71 above. Pipe Roll, 13 John, Sussex. 

4 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. p. 263 ; Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol, i. 
p. 11. 

5 Pipe Roll, 3 Hen. Ill, Wilts ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. l. p. 568 ; 
Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 105. 

6 Red Book, p. 209 ; Round, The King's Serjeants, pp. 92-98 ; Wiltshire Magazine, 
vol. xxxix. p. 58. 



INTRODUCTION. 337 

by serjeanty. 1 Robert de St. Clair obtained livery in 1223. 2 The person of 
that name mentioned in the list may, however, have been a predecessor of 
Geoffrey. 

Hereford. Most of the persons here named as Serjeants occur also in the 
sheriff's return of 1212, but not in the same order. There are moreover some 
variants which seem to indicate that part of the list printed below was prepared 
before 1212. Thus Gilbert of Bray who figures in this list as a Serjeant has 
by 1212 been replaced by Auda his relict. 3 That the list is not in its present 
form a homogeneous return of any one definite year is shown by the fact that 
the Caperun serjeanty is entered twice. In the first case, Hugh Caperun is 
stated to hold half a hide of land by some service unspecified. In the second 
case, Agnes Caperun is stated to hold an unspecified amount of land by a 
particular service. The return of 1212, printed above, shows that her holding 
consisted of two virgates, that is to say half a hide, the exact amount held 
by Hugh Caperun, who is not mentioned among the Serjeants of 1212. The 
inference is that the entry concerning Agnes Caperun printed below was an 
addition to the original list, made at the Exchequer by a clerk who did not 
realise that there was only one Caperun serjeanty. Further research may 
reveal other additions of a similar kind. 

Berks. The version of the list given in the Book of Fees differs in several 
particulars from that given in the Red Book of the Exchequer. Neither 
of them can, however, be regarded as a satisfactory copy of an unaltered 
original. Some facts relating to West Hendred are instructive. It has 
been seen above that, in 1212, Richard of Hendred was returned as holding 
a hundred shillings of land by the serjeanty of keeping ale. 4 So again, in 
1219, the justices in eyre reported that he held a hundred shillings of land at 
West Hendred by a service of ale in the king's buttery. 6 Turning now to the 
Red Book of the Exchequer, we find that William of Hendred is entered as 
holding a hundred shillings of land without any specified service, while Richard 
of Hendred is entered as keeping ale without any specified land. Inasmuch 
as Richard is known to have obtained livery of the lands of his father William 
in the financial year ending at Michaelmas 1209, it seems clear that the entry 
naming him is later than the entry naming William. 6 So far the case is exactly 
parallel with that of the Caperun serjeanty in Herefordshire. One of the 
manuscripts was, however, altered again after the death of Richard of Hendred, 
which must have occurred in 1219 or 1220. 7 In the list supplied to Robert 
Passelew in 1250, William of Hendred and Richard of Hendred are alike 
replaced by Adam, or Ada, of Hendred, but the clerk who made these changes 
did not venture to amalgamate the two entries. No Adam or Ada of Hendred 
has yet been identified. 

Essex and Hertford. The list may be compared with a different list 
of the same period give in the Red Book of the Exchequer and apparently 

1 Pp. 85, 262 above. Mr. Round has {The King's Serjeants, p. 131) identified 
this place with Steepleton in Dorset, which was held of theBarony of Dunster by 
military service. 2 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 97. 

3 P. 102 above. 4 P. 106 above. 

5 P. 255 above. 6 Pipe Roll, 11 John. 

7 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 53. 

Wt. 3705. b 22 



338 VARIOUS DATES. 



extracted from the lost return made by the sheriff in the summer of 1212. A 
The sequence of the names is, however, different, and there are various dis- 
crepancies. 

Norfolk and Suffolk. The last three words of the fourth entry must 
have been added after the death of Lauretta Picot, which seems to have occurred 
in the early part of the year 1224. 2 The fact that Robert of Worstead and 
William of Hastings are entered twice in the list might suggest that they held 
land by serjeanty in both counties. On the other hand the list includes two 
Serjeants called Ostricer and two called Cordebof. The John Cordebof men- 
tioned in the seventh entry may be the person of that name who was succeeded 
by his son Hubert in 1205. 3 If so, the list must have been compiled from at 
least two documents of different dates. Inasmuch as Hubert Cordebof held 
land at Banningham and Mendlesham by serjeanty in 1212 and 1219, it seems 
possible that the ' Hugo ' of the text printed below is a clerical error for 
1 Hubertus. ' 

Salop. The first nine entries in the long list for this county were probably 
founded upon the record of some eyre held in the early part of the reign of 
John. In all the remaining entries, the names of the Serjeants are identical 
with those furnished by the sheriff in 1212, and the sequence in which they 
occur corresponds also with that of his return printed above. The clerk of 
the Exchequer who prepared the list was careful not to re-enter five serjeanties 
which already figured in the earlier part of his own compilation. 

Stafford. The list for this county seems to have been compiled in a 
similar manner, the first seven entries being based upon an early record now 
lost, and the last two being taken from the return made by the sheriff in 1212. 

Lancaster. The list is a compilation from two or, more probably, three 
sources, of different dates. The first person mentioned in it, Geoffrey of 
Gressingham, was dead as early as the year 1205, when the marriage and 
inheritance of his daughter and heiress, Alice, were sold to Adam fitz Adam 
for the benefit of his son Thomas. 4 This Thomas fitz Adam occurs later in 
the list as holding land at Gressingham in virtue of the forestership, which 
had belonged to his father-in-law. Little or nothing is known about the 
second person mentioned in the list, Ketel of Gressingham. Of the next four 
persons mentioned, three occur in lists of the years 1212 and 1219 printed 
above, and one occurs only in the list of 1212. 

From the seventh entry, beginning ' Henricus de Walton,' down to the 
end, the whole of the list printed below appears to be taken directly from the 
return of the justices in eyre of the year 1219 printed above. 

York. Eight of the nine entries in the list for this county agree almost 
word for word with the return of the justices in eyre of the year 1219. The 
last entry is an addition from some other source, for the two persons named 
in it, Robert of Geveldale and Thomas of Geveldale, are clearly identical 
with Robert the Balister and Thomas of Walkingham, already entered as 
holding land at the same place by the same service. <, 

1 Pp. 506-508. 3 Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 262. 

2 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 114. 4 Ibid. p. 326. 



INTRODUCTION. 339 



Cumberland. The list for this county is a compilation from at least three 
sources. In the first section of it, we find Adam of Levington, who was dead 
in 1210, Odard fitz Adam, who was dead in 1208, and Otes of Bochardeby. 
In the second section, we find Richard of Levington, the son and successor of 
the aforesaid Adam, and William the son of Otes of Bochardeby, who did 
not succeed his father until after Michaelmas 1210. 1 

The whole of this second section appears to be based upon the return made 
by the sheriff in the summer of 1212 and printed above. 2 The third section 
of the list comprises only the last four entries. 

Northumberland. The first part of the list for this county can hardly 
be later than 1210, for Sewal fitz Henry, who is entered in it as holding by a 
serjeanty undefined, is known to have died in the spring of that year. 3 The 
last entry in the list, stating that the heir of Philip of Ulecot holds Matfen 
and Nafferton by' the serjeanty of being coroner, must, however, be at least 
ten years later, for Philip of Ulecot did not die until the autumn of 1220. 4 
He was the successor of Sewal fitz Henry in the office of coroner. 

As stated above, some of the lists of serjeanties exist in duplicate and others 
in triplicate ; all are alike mere copies of documents of questionable origin ; 
neither of the three series has any claim to superior authority. Under these 
circumstances, it has not been thought necessary to base the text exclusively 
upon the copies made from documents formerly in the ' Testa de Nevill ' 
(here called N), or upon those made from documents formerly in Passelew's 
collection (here called P). All important variants are, however, mentioned 
in the footnotes, which also give some emendations from the version in the 
Red Book (here called R) and other sources. 

1 " Ricardus de Leviton ccc. m. et iij. palefridos pro habenda terra que 

fuit Ade de Leviton quondam patris sui, cuius heres ipre est et pro relevio 
suo." Pipe Roll, 12 John, m. 4. Item debita de Cumberland. 2 P. 198. 

3 " In terris datis Sewhal servienti xiiij.l. et xvij.s. et vj.d. de dimidio anno. 
Et Philippo de Ulcote xiiij.l. et xvij.s. et vj.d. de alio dimidio anno, per breve regis. " 
Pipe Roll, 12 John, Northumberland. 

4 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. pp. 56, 67, 197. 



KENT. 

II. 39. De Villa de Herst est seriantia regis, et Robertus Falconarius tenet 

Nevfn' 6 i^ am P er seriantiam unius falconis, et valet xv.l. 
Ibid. De Robertus de Wilminton' tenet Wilmiton* 1 per sergantiam de honore 
seriantiis Bononie ; valet ij.m. et debet esse cocus comitis. 
^omSatu 11 Willelmus de Borton' 2 tenet per seriantiam ut sit veltrarius 3 comitis ; 
Kancie pervalet per annum j.m. 
Robertum Emma de BendevhT tenet Pecham per seriantiam portandi 

tempore 6 a usturcum regis a festo Sancti Michaelis usque ad Purificacionem 

Henrici Beate Marie ; valet per annum xv.l. 
Regis, filii Albreda de Jarpenvill' tenet Esseton' 4 per seriantiam quod sit 
Johannis. marescallus de falconibus regis ; valet per annum c.s. 

Heres Baldewini de We re vail' tenet per seriantiam ; valet per 
annum x.l. 

1 N and R omit tenet Wilmiton. 

2 N reads Boxton ; R reads Burton. 

3 N reads falconarius, 4 Read Effeton, 



340 VARIOUS DATES. 



SURREY. 

II. 878. De Michael Belet tenet in Cernes 1 per seriantiam pincerne domini 

senantns -,-^q 
arentatis re 8* s - 

per Petrus filius maioris Londoniarum medietatem de Adinton' per 

Robertum seriantiam coquine. 

Hoppescort et socii sui tenent xxx. solidatas terre in Bachesuth' 
per seriantiam. 

Samson de Muleseie medietatem de Muleseie per balistam. 

Gaufridus de Pourton' ad serviendum regi cum albergeto per 
xl. dies in Anglia. 

Reginaldus Aurifaber tenet in Neuton' per servicium j. galonis de 
melle reddendi regi. 

Radulfus Postel tenet in Cumba per servicium colligendi lanam 
regine. 



SUSSEX. 
II. 80. De Henricus de Palern' 2 per servicium custodiendi portas de 
Nfvur. 6 Pevenessell'. 

II. 878. Robertus Falconarius per falconariam. 

S. ij. 30. Alanus de Wildebiding 3 tenet per seriantiam in hundredo per 
servicium portandi vexillum pedes in exercitu regis ; valet per 
annum x.m. 

Willelmus de GundevilP tenet unam seriantiam in Leminton, 4 
scilicet j. hidam terre per iiij. albos capones cum rex venerit apud 
rapum de Arundel ; valet per annum xx.s. 



SOUTHAMPTON. 
II. 130. De Ricardus de Carde vuT tenet per seriantiam inveniendi unum 

senantns . , ,. . . ,. -S 

arentatis servientem per xl. dies in Anglia ad expensas suas. 

per Andreas Moberd' tenet per seriantiam inveniendi servientem cum 

Robertum abbergeto per lx. dies in Anglia. 

incomitatu Willelmus Spilemond' tenet per seriantiam inveniendi literam 
Suh't ad lectum domini regis et fenum ad equos apud Brendek. 5 
Henricf Rogerus 6 de Bestestorn' per seriantiam per idem servicium quando 
Regis, filii rex erit apud Yvez. 

Regis Ricardus Archerius per seriantiam. 
Johanms. Willelmus de Admundesthorp' per seriantiam. 
II. 880. Gilbertus de Agkenagr' per vaneriam. 7 

Thomas de Wyndeshor' per sergantiam ad scaccarium. 
Willelmus de Cosham per sergantiam inveniendi servientem in 
castro de Portesmue cum abbergeto 8 in guerra. 

Henricus de Wanestud' per seriantiam per idem servicium per 
xl. dies in tempore guerre. 

1 Read Shenes or some such form. 

2 N reads Palin ; S. ij. 30 reads Pelem'. 

3 N and S. ij. 30 read Wilde bilding. 4 Read Levinton, as in S. ij. 30. 
5 Brockenhurst. R reads Breuk'. 6 Read Reginaldus, as in R. 

7 Read veneriam, as in R. 8 R supplies per xl. dies. 



SOUTHAMPTON. 



341 



II. 880 
— cont. 



Willelmus de Borhunte per seriantiam et per predictum servicium. 

Juliana la Wade per sergantiam. 

Robertus de Venuz per seriantiam mariscaucie. 

Galf ridus de Perton' 1 per sergantiam inveniendi unum servientem 
cum albergeto. 

Stephanus de Turnham per sergantiam custodiendi hostium 
regis. 

Petrus filius Hereberti tenet Acle per sergantiam in hospicio 
domini regis. 

Radulfus Monachus tenet j. hidam 2 sergantiam. 

Willelmus de Faleseie per servicium inveniendi servientem in 
castro Wintonie. 

Rogerus Merkes tenet Lye per servicium maris versus Britanniam. 

Robertus Mauduit per camerariam ad scaccarium. 

Gilbertus de Torinton' 3 per sergantiam inveniendi servientem 
cum arcu et sagittis per unum mensem in Anglia. 

Hugo de Chikevill' per servientem peditem per xl. dies cum arcu 
et sagittis in Anglia. 

Willelmus de Warblinton' per mariscauciam in domo regis. 

Waleram de Muncellis tenet per idem servicium. 

Elias Croc tenet per serianteriam. 

Adam de Stapelford' 4 per sergantiam. 

Adam de Turden' 5 per sergantiam. 

Heres Cokke 6 fabri tenet per 1. sagittas. 

Walterus Foliot per servientem cum albergeto per xl. dies in Anglia. 

Hugo Wake per sergantiam foreste, quam H. de Nevill modo 
tenet. 

Turstanus filius Almarici per unum par calcarium deauratorum. 



I. 641-642. 
De Testa 
de Nevill'. 
I. 635-636 

De 
seriantiis 
arentatis 

per 

Robertum 

Passelewe 

tempore 

Henrici 

Regis, filii 

Regis 

Johannis. 

I. 642-643. 

Inter 
seriantias 
arentatas 

per 
R. Passel'. 



WILTS. 

Robertus Doinel tenet unam hidam per seriantiam. 
Galf ridus Monachus, Wynterburn' per seriantiam. 
Warinus Puninel 7 x. solidatas terre per seriantiam. 
Thomas filius Rogeri in Imedon' per seriantiam. 
Matheus Turpin, Winterlawe per seriantiam faciendi cla return regi 
ad custum regis. 

Reginaldus de Clifton 1 x. libratas terre per falconariam. 

Willelmus Esturmi per seriantiam custodiendi forestam. 8 

Heres Isolde Bilet, 9 Cumbam 10 per dapiferiam. 

G. filius Geroldi ut sit camerarius regis. 

Robertus Barbenet tenet per unum per calcarium deauratorum. 

Robertus de Flexberge 11 eodem modo. 

Galf ridus Luterel 12 ut sit vena tor regis. 



1 Read Pourton. 

2 Supply per, as in R. 

3 R reads Torneie. 

4 Read Stapell', as in R. 

5 Read Gurdon, as in R. 

6 Read Cobbe, as in R. 



7 Read Doinel. 

8 N supplies regis. 

9 N reads Bibet. R reads Belet. Read Biset. 

10 N reads Cumba. 

11 N reads Fletberge. 

12 Read Luveraz. See Round, The King's Ser- 

jeants, pp. 294-296. 



342 



VARIOUS DATES. 



I. 641-642, 

De Testa 

de NevilT. 

I. 635-636. 

De 

seriantiis 

arentatis 

per 

Robertum 

Passelewe 

tempore 

Henrici 

Regis, filii 

Regis 

Johannis. 

I. 642-643 

Inter 
seriantias 
arentatas 

per 

R. Passel' 

— cont. 



Johannes de Wykeford' [Wycford'] ut sit forestarius. 

Vitalis 1 tenet per servicium reddendi quatuor altilia. 

Henricus de Mara ut sit hostiarius regis. 

Ricardus de Hairez 2 per seriantiam custodiendi canes regis. 

Ricardus de Muleford' ut sit forestarius de Pancet. 

Robertus films Jordani eodem modo. 

Ivo Patricii ut sit forestarius. 

Willelmus de Pancet eodem modo. 

Robertus Duinniol ut sit marescallus. 

Willelmus de Anesia ut sit dispensator. 

Philippus de Lya ut sit archerius regis. 

Robertus de Venuz ut sit marescallus. 

Galfridus de la Hose ut custodiat austurcum. 

Johannes Alius Galfridi ut custodiat hostium coquine regis. 

Willelmus Norensis ut custodiat unum sparvarium. 

Rogerus de Cauz ut custodiat falcones regis. 

Willelmus de Bouclive 3 [Bocchective] ut sit forestarius. 

Johannes Russe per servicium duorum buttarum 4 de vino 
dispensabili ad iiij. festa principalia. 

Willelmus Michel ut custodiat duos canes luverettos ; et recipiat 
iij.d. et ob. per diem. 



SOMERSET AND DORSET. 

II. 878. Robertus de Sancto Claro tenet per seriantiam. 
Helena hostiaria per serganteriam. 
Walterus de Rumilly 5 per serganteriam. 
Willelmus de MorevilP per serganteriam. 
Johannes Russel per seriantiam. 



I. 853. De 

seriantiis 
arentatis 

per 

Robertum 

Passelew 

tempore 

Henrici 

Regis, filii 

Regis 
Johannis. 



DEVON. 

Ricardus de Poscumb' 6 tenet Poscumb' 6 per seriantiam. 

Rogerus Portarius tenet per seriantiam. 

Ricardus de Hydon' tenet Madescay per seriantiam. 

Morinus serviens tenet per seriantiam summonendi et distringendi 
in hundredo de Duddeleg'. 7 

Willelmus de Gatesden' tenet manerium de Lyston' per unam 
libram thuris ad capellam regis. 



CORNWALL. 
I. 883. De Robertus Esprakelin 8 tenet xx. solidatas terre per seriantiam. 

Testa de Nevill'. I. 877. Seriantie arentate per Robertum Passelewe etc. 



1 P and R read Vielus. 

2 N reads Hanez. 

3 P reads Boucchclive. 

4 N reads buz ; P reads vuz. 



5 Read Pumesy, as in R. 

6 Read Droscumb\ 

7 Read Buddeleg', as in R. 

8 N reads Escapelin. 



CORNWALL. 343 



I. 883. De Johannes de Pencot per seriantiam faciendi wardam in castello 

lesta de 



Neviii r r de Landstavest'. 1 

I. 877. Seriantie arentate per Robertum Passelewe etc. — cont. 



HEREFORD. 
I. 339-340. Hugo de Kyngeston' et Alicia tenent per seriantiam summoniendi 
seriantias barones iiij or , scilicet ad conducendum thesaurum. 
arentatas Rogerus de Haya unam hidam per seriantiam summoniendi barones 

P er ut supra. 
. asse . Henricus Picot unam hidam. 

Simon de Stamford' j. virgatam per seriantiam summoniendi 
episcopum Herefordensem coram justiciariis. 
Simon Molendinarius j. hidam. 

Walterus de Mawurderin' 2 tenet ij. virgatas pro summoniendo 
iiij or barones ad conducendum [thesaurum regis ad Londonias ad 
custum domini regis. 3 ]. 

Willelmus Ostriciarius j. hidam. 

Simon le Wafrer tenet j. virgatam per idem servicium. 
Ranulfus de Salewep' tenet ij. virgatas per idem servicium. 
Hugo Caperon tenet dimidiam hidam terre. 

Ascelina vidua tenet unam virgatam terre per seriantiam 
mensurandi castrum de Hereford' et custodiendi operarios. 

Gilbertiis de Bray tenet per seriantiam archerii ad custum domini 
regis. 

Agnes Caperon tenet per seriantiam custodiendi portas castri ; 
et habebit singulis diebus j.d. 

Willelmus de Cantilupo tenet in Bredeford' per servicium forinsecum. 
Henricus Franciscus tenet per servicium summoniendi barones 
ut supra. 

Hugo de Aqua tenet j. virgatam per idem servicium. 
Hugo Alius Roberti tenet Bromsted' 4 per forestariam. 



GLOUCESTER. 

1.373. De B/obertus Erchenbaud tenet per seriantiam. 

Testa de Thomas de Blacene per seriantiam. 

i^60 lU D Badulfus Avenel eodem modo per seriantiam. 

seriantiis Willelmus filius Galfridi de Dene per seriantiam. 

arentatis Robertus de AubemarP per seriantiam. 

t> JP e I Godefridus de Boxclive per seriantiam. 

Robertum T i t T _ r . 

Passelewe Johannes ae Lacu 5 per seriantiam. 

tempore Johannes Blundus per seriantiam. 

R^iTfilii ^lias de Rudel per seriantiam. 

Regis" Walterus filius Walteri per seriantiam. 

Johannis. Ricardus 6 de Blechesdon' per seriantiam. 



1 N reads Landstanestr'. 2 Read Mawurdin. 

3 These eight words are misplaced at the end of the previous entry. They 
occur in the right place in R. 4 Read Bromfeld, as in R. 

5 N reads Lascy. 6 P and R read Walterus. 



344 



VARIOUS DATES. 



I. 373. De Petrus de Kyngesham per seriantiam custodiendi hostium expense 

Testa de regis et in coquina per aliud tenementum. 
I. 360 l be Osbertus de Grava per archeriam tenet in Upton. 

seriantiis Heres Isaac de Stradewy per c. sagittas. 

arentatis per Robertum Passe lewe tempore Henrici Regis filii Regis Johannis — cont. 



Johannis. 



OXFORD. 

1.507. De Robertus de Lidinton' tenet per seriantiam servandi aves. 
Tventatls Robertus Maudut tenet eodem modo. 

per R. Robertus films Ricardi tenet j . carucatam per seriantiam f orestarie 
Passeleu de Wicchewode. 

Henric? Walterus de HauvilP per seriantiam servandi aves. 
Regis, filii Henricus de la Wade per seriantiam sternendi ederam bestiis 

Regis regis. 

Robertus filius Alani [tenet j. carucatam 1 ] per seriantiam ferendi 
banerium regis infra iiij op portus Anglie, et debet habere per diem 
ij.d. 

Heres Ricardi de GreinvilT tenet per seriantiam 2 dignerium regis 
in Wykewud. 

Hugo de Sancto Martino tenet per seriantiam ut sit hostiarius 
regis. 

Henricus de Mara tenet eodem modo et quod servet meretrices. 

Emma de Hampton' tenet j. carucatam per servicium talliandi 
pannos regis. 

Adam de Mora tenet per seriantiam ut sit lardenarius domini 
regis. 



II. 881. 

Inter 

seriantias 

arentatas 

per R. 

Passelewe. 



BERKS. 

Gaufridus 3 la Hose 1. solidatas terre per seriantiam j. ancipitris. 
Philippus de Herting' 4 tenet per custodiam unius ancipitris. 
Walterus 5 de Bachanton tenet per seriantiam heiriz. 
Simon Ponsard tenet per seriantiam haste cornande. 6 
Amia 7 vidua tenet xl.s. terre. 

Rogerus de Sancto Philiberto tenet 1. solidatas terre per seriantiam 
serviendi in husa. 

Ad' 8 Henred tenet c. solidatas terre. 

Rogerus de Cauz per sergantiam custodiendi falcones. 

Ad' 9 de Henred per serientiam custodiendi cervisiam. 



BUCKINGHAM AND BEDFORD. 

seriantiis 6 Isabella de Clinton' per seriantiam. 
arentatis Walterus Mauntell' per seriantiam. 

per Robertum Passelewe in comitatibus Bed' et Buk' tempore Henrici Regis, filii Regis 
Johannis. II. 192. Inter seriantias arentatas per R. Passel'. 

1 These three words are misplaced in the book after regis. 

2 Supply ferendi, as in R. 3 After Gaufridus supply de as in R. 
4 R reads Hertrege. 5 R reads Willelmus. 

6 Read tornande, as in R. 

7 R reads Emma, i.e. Emma relict of William Lovel. Rotuli de Oblatis 
et Finibus, p. 474. 

8 R reads Willelmus. 9 R reads Ricardus. 



BUCKINGHAM AND BEDFORD. 345 

seriantiis 6 Ricardus de Basevill' per seriantiam. 
arentatis Nicholaus filius Bernardi per seriantiam. 

per Robertum Passelewe in comitatibus Bed' et Buk' tempore Henrici Regis, filii Regis 
Johannis. II. 192. Inter seriantias arentatas per R. Passel' — cont. 



ESSEX AND HERTFORD. 
11.280-281. Heres Johannis de Liston' per seriantiam faciendi canestellos. 
seriantiis Willelmus Chen in Bradewell per sergantiam [glavie 1 ]. 
arentatis Terra Willelmi Parmentarii in Stebbinges reddit per annum x.s. 
per Robertus Mariscallus tenet i. hidam in Badewes per seriantiam 

Robertum j. t t 1 j? • i • i , • 

Passelewe. custodiendi paleiridum regis ad custum regis. 

Simon de Esse well' per servicium de hastelerie et custodiendi 
palefridum ad liberacionem suam. 

Gilbertus de Meperdeshal' tenet ij. hidas et dimidiam per seriantiam 
lardarie domini regis. 

Thomas de Heyde 2 per sergantiam tuallie ad coronacionem domini 
regis. 

Petrus filius Roberti Picot, medietatem de Heyden' per seriantiam 
bastinorum 3 ad coronacionem regis. 

Willelmus Corell' 4 tenet in Turrok Parva per seriantiam naparie. 

Radulfus Monachus tenet per seriantiam custodiendi lardariam 
regis. 

Radulfus de Tony, Welcumstoue per servicium eundi in expedi- 
cionem in propria persona cum rege. 

Willelmus filius Johannis per seriantiam eundi in Wallia cum 
domino rege cum uno equo, sacco, et brochia, ad custum regis. 

Hunf ridus de Barton' 6 in Hatfeld per sergantiam custodiendi parcum 
regis. 

Walterus de Hauvill' in Hallingeber' per falconariam, et habet 
de dono domini Regis Johannis lx,s. per annum. 

Radulfus Purcell' tenet per idem servicium, et habet de dono 
eiusdem lx.s. per annum. 

Robertus de Sutton' tenet Bures per sergantiam escaldandi porcos 
regis. \ 

Idem tenet hundredum de BerdestapP pro xviij.l. redditus ad 
firmam comitatus. 

Filius Beodini 6 tenet in Bradewell' per seriantiam glavie. 

Heres Henrici maioris Londoniarum per servicium mittendi j. 
hominem peditem in Walliam cum arcu et sagittis. 

Ricardus filius Aucheri tenet per sergantiam de asceindre coram 
rege. 

Willelmus Alch' per seriantiam custodiendi parcum de Haveringes. 

Johannes de Rewen' per seriantiam custodiendi forinsecum boscum 
regis. 

Willelmus Flandrensis per seriantiam inveniendi literiam ad 
opus regis. 

1 This word is misplaced at the end of the third entry in P and B alike. 

2 Bead Heydene, as in B. 

3 Bead bascinorum or bacinorum, as in B. 4 Bead Torell, as in B, 
6 Read Barenton. 6 Supply Ailet. 



346 VARIOUS DATES. 

NORFOLK AND SUFFOLK. 
H.359-360. Willelmus de Mallinges tenet per sergantiam x. libratas de terra, 
seriantiis Robertus de Wrthstede c. solidatas terre per sergantiam. 
arentatis, Willelmus 1 Ostriciarius xl. solidatas terre per sergantiam. 

etc - Laur' 2 Picot iiij. libratas terre per sergantiam lardarie regis, vel 

heres suus. 

Radulfus de Burgo c. solidatas terre per sergantiam. 
De Bartholomeo de Auvilers xl.s. terre per sergantiam ducendi 
seriantes in Walliam ad custum suum. 

Johannes Cordebof c. solidatas terre per sergantiam. 
Hugo Talemach c. solidatas terre per sergantiam. 
Willelmus de Hastinges vj. libratas terre per sergantiam. 
Avicia Tusard tenet per arbalistariam. 
Hugo Cordebof tenet per idem servicium. 
Willelmus May per veneriam. 
Robertus de Wrthstede per arbalistariam. 

Radulfus de Carleton' per sergantiam ferendi pastillos de primo 
allece domino regi ubicunque sit. 

Henricus de HauvilP per falconariam. 
Warinus Ostricer per sergantiam ostrucie. 

Walterus de Evermue tenet Runham per duo modia vini et cc. 
piromagiis. 

Willelmus de Hastinges tenet per sergantiam dispensarie regis. 



CAMBRIDGE AND HUNTINGDON. 

II. 878. De Willelmus Monachus tenet c. solidatas terre per seriantiam. 

Nevtll' Arnaldus filius Roberti tenet per seriantiam. 
II. 602. be Rogerus Malarcous tenet per seriantiam. 

seriantiis arentatis per Robertum Passelewe, etc. 



NORTHAMPTON. 

II. 878. Robertus filius Alani de Hale tenet per archeriam. 
Robertus de Sybetoft tenet eodem modo. 



WORCESTER. 

I. 193. De Gilbertus de Herleg' tenet unam virgatam terre per seriantiam. 

seriantiis arentatis per Robertum Passelewe, etc. 



SALOP. 

II.879-880. Ricardus de Ruton' 3 per seriantiam inveniendi servientem ad 

seHantias Sratham.* 

arentatas Robertus de TreinehT manerium de Hoton 5 per seriantiam. 

P er Galfridus Russel unam hidam per seriantiam. 

Passelewe Herebertus de Stoketon' unam hidam per seriantiam. 

1 R reads Rogerus. 3 R supplies tenet unam virgatam et dimidiam 

2 Read Laurette, as in R. 4 R reads Srathwardin. 5 Read Haton. 



SALOP. 347 



II.879-880. Willelmus Burnell' dimidiam hidam per seriantiam ferendi 
seriantias austurcum apud Subbing' 1 in Essex ad custum regis, 
arentatas Adam de Resin 2 manerium de Wyketon' 3 per seriantiam 

P er austurcie. 
Passdewe Robertus de Fakinton' 4 per seriantiam inveniendi servientem 
—cont. peditem cum arcu et sagittis in Wallia. 

Thomas filius Rogeri per seriantiam conducendi Wallenses de 
Powis ad curiam ad custum domini regis. 

Radulfus de Pykefeld' 6 tenet Parvam Brug' per seriantiam inveniendi 
sicca ligna ad cameram regis. 

Johannes filius Roberti de Esselee per seriantiam inveniendi 
servientem equitem cum albergetto in Wallia ad custum regis. 

Robertus filius Roberti per seriantiam inveniendi servientem 
peditem cum arcu et sagittis in Wallia. 

Nesta de BachervilP per sergantiam inveniendi servientem cum 
lancea in Wallia. 

Alexander de Novo Burgo per sergantiam debet custodire vivarium 
de Novo Burgo. 

Hugo de Bekeburc et Alexander Piscator debent de servicio per 
annum j. nisum sorum. 

Thomas de Chabenhoure tenet per idem servicium. 

Walterus de Mineton' debet custodire forestam regis in comitatu 
Salopie. 

Radulfus Marscallus debet custodire haiam domini regis in 
Briwud. 

Radulfus de la Mora per seriantiam esse constabularius servientium 
•peditum in exercitu Wallie ad custum regis. 

W. Briwer' tenet Bramton 6 per seriantiam inveniendi servientem 
peditem ad wardam. 7 

W. Russel' per idem servicium. 

Matildis de Sutton' 8 per idem servicium. 

Walterus Hese et ad custum regis 9 Rogerus de Yatfeld tenent 
per idem servicium. 

Adam de Leton per seriantiam inveniendi wardam in castro Salopie 
per viij. dies ad custum suum ; si vero plus, ad custum regis. 

[Walterus Deudinas debet ferre bis in anno firmam comitatus 
ad scaccarium cum vicecomite, ad custum regis. 10 ] 

Willelmus de Sutton 11 tenet per idem servicium. 

Willelmus de Berdele 11 per idem servicium. 

Willelmus de Hal' 11 per idem servicium. 

Ricardus le Medler debet invenire ad scaccarium duos cnipulos. 

Philippus filius Halegot per seriantiam inveniendi ij. servientes 
pedites in Wallia. 

Rogerus de la Zusche tenet per idem servicium. 

I A corrupt form of Stebbing. 2 Read Besin as in R. 
3 Read Wyrketon. 4 Read Fakintre. 

5 Read Pykeford. 6 Read Brocton. 

7 Supply castri de Srawurthin, as in the return of 1212 (page 145 above). 

8 Read Stocton. 

9 These three words belonging to the next entry are inserted here by error. 

10 The whole of this entry which is omitted in the MS. is supplied from R. 

II These three entries are repeated by error. 



348 



VARIOUS DATES. 



Nicholaus Puncherun 1 per seriantiam inveniendi tres trussas feni 



11.879-880. 
I ntor 

seriantias in camera regis ....... 

arentatas Robertus de Guros per seriantiam inveniendi servientem peditem 

per i n Wallia pro membro de Claverleg'. 
rasseiewe Wrennocus filius Meurici per seriantiam ut sit latimerus inter 
—com. Anglos et Wallenses. 

Grimnus de Sutton tenet per idem servicium. 



II. 880. 



STAFFORD. 

Hugo de Loges tenet forestam de Canoe per seriantiam. 

Henricus de Broc per seriantiam. 

Robertus de Benesleg' 2 per seriantiam. 

Jordanus de Canoe per sergantiam. 

Ricardus de Stretton per sergantiam. 

Philippus de Kenefar' tenet Kenefhar' cum foresta. 

Willelmus Ruffus tenet Wylesham per archeriam. 

Ranulfus de Perton debet servire regi ad custum suum in Wallia 
cum ij bus equis per viij. dies, si vero plus ad stipendia regis, et ultra 
mare. 

Willelmus filius Wyneri per sergantiam custodiendi vivarium 
regis de Stafford ; reddit per annum dimidiam marcam. 



I. 95. De 

Testa de 

Nevill'. 

I. 96. 

S. ij. 11. 



NOTTINGHAM AND DERBY. 

Rogerus de Lanlum 3 tenet per sparvarium sorum. 

Hugo filius Roberti eodem modo. 

Wenhunwin 4 Walensis tenet xxx. libratas terre eodem modo. 

Petrus Picot, Radeclive per austurcum. 



II. 582. De 
seriantiis. 



LINCOLN. 

Walterus de Braytoit tenet per sergantiam. 

Walterus de Bavent tenet Marum per seriantiam falconarie. 

Radulfus Falconarius tenet per falconariam. 

Dionisius Fleccarius tenet in Brad' 6 unam bovatam et terciam 
partem per flecchariam. 

Willelmus filius Roberti tenet in Glentewrth' per seriantiam quod 
debet esse coram rege vel coram justiciariis cum in partes illas 
venerint. 



1 Read Punchun or some such form. 

2 Read Benetleg'. ^ 

3 N reads Lanfinn ; R reads Lanlyon. 

4 I. 96 reads Wenimwen. 

5 R reads Bradele. 



LINCOLN. 349 



II. 582. De Michael de Hawaringham per seriantiam faciendi sumoniciones 
—cont. cum serviente in wapentaco. 



LANCASTER. 

II.844-845. Galfridus de Gersinges per forestariam. 

seriantiis Ketell' de Kersing' eodem modo. 

arentatis Adam de Kellet tenet per seriantiam de wapentaco iij. carucatas 

P e ^ terre in Kellet ; valent per annum l.s. 

Passelewe. Thomas Gernet tenet per seriantiam ij. carucatas terre in Hesam 

tempore per seriantiam sonandi cornu suum contra regem in adventu suo in 

Hennci p ar tes illas ; valent xxx.s. per annum. 

Regis" Johannes de Toroldesholm' tenet per seriantiam. 

Johannis. Hugo 1 de Oxeclive per seriantiam carpentarie ; valet per annum 
II. 851. De ,,„ « 
Testa de A1 J' & ' 

Neviir Henricus de Waleton tenet xiiij. bovatas terre in Wale ton et 
(part only ).Wavere et Neusum per seriantiam vavasorie 2 ; valent per annum 
xiiij. s. 

Adam Gerold tenet ij. bovatas terre in Dereby per seriantiam ; 
valent iiij.s. per annum. 

Ricardus prepositus de Dereby tenet xij. 3 bovatas terre ; valent 
iiij.s. per annum. 

Adam de Moldal' 4 tenet iiij. bovatas in Crosseby per seriantiam 
ut sit prepositus ; valet per annum x.s. 

Rogerus Gernet tenet Fisewik 5 per seriantiam forestarie ; valet 
per annum xx.s. Et x. carucatas terre in Lonesdal' per idem 
servicium ; valent per annum c.s. Et vj. carucatas et dimidiam in 
wapentaco de Dereby per seriantiam de wapentaco, set nichil in 
dominico. 6 

Willelmus de Neweton' tenet ij. bovatas terre per seriantiam de 
wapentaco ; valent per annum c.s. 

Robertus de Curton 7 tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in Querton 7 
per seriantiam prepositure ; valet per annum x.s. 

[Rogerus de Skerton' tenet dimidiam carucatam terre per idem 
servicium ; valet x.s. per annum. 8 ] 

Rogerus Blundus tenet terram in Lancastria per seriantiam 
carpentarie ; valet per annum iij.s. 

Willelmus Gardinarius tenet terram ibidem per seriantiam 
gardinarie ; valet per annum ij.s. 

Radulfus Bolrun tenet unam carucatam terre in Bolrun per 
seriantiam cementarie. 

Thomas films Ade tenet vj. bovatas terre in Gersingham per 
forestariam ; valent j.m. 

1 R reads Johannes. 

2 So in all three versions. See, however, p. 267 above. 

3 So in all three versions. See, however, p. 267 above. 

4 Read Ainosdale', as in R. N reads Mesdal'. 

5 P and R read Sisewic and Siswic in error. 

6 Between this entry and the next, the return of 1219 has an entry concerning 
Alan of Singleton. 

7 Read Overton, as on p. 268 above. 

8 The whole of this entry, omitted in N and P, is supplied from R. 



350 VARIOUS DATES. 



n.844-845. Willelmus et Benedictus tenent ij. bovatas terre ibidem per 
seriantiis seriantiam custodiendi eyras 1 regis ; valent per annum xl.d. 
arentatis Rogerus films Johannis tenet terram in Lancastria per seriantiam 
P er faverie ; valet iij.s. 

Passdewe! Walterus Underwater tenet Milneflet per seriantiam ; valet per 
tempore annum dimidiam marcam. 

Henrici Regis, filii Regis Johannis. II. 851. De Testa de Nevill' — cont. 



YORK. 

n. 690-691. Robertus Balistarius tenet per seriantiam iiij or carucatas terre et 
Testate dimidiam in Sevedal' 2 per servicium unius baliste [ad castrum 
Neviir. Eboraci ; valet] c.s. 3 per annum. 
n.680-681. Thomas 4 de Wallingham per seriantiam iiij or carucatas terre per 
seriantiis idem servicium, valet per annum vj.m. 

arentatis Johannes le Poer 5 tenet quinque carucatas terre et dimidiam 
_ P er per seriantiam ; reddit unum arcum ad castrum Eboraci, valet per 

Robertum x 

Passelewe annum c.s. 

tempore Doket homo Camerarii tenet terras in Eboraco que pertinent ad 
Henrici custodiam porte castri, valet per annum iiij.s. 

Regis U David Lardinarius tenet j. seriantiam et est custos gayole foreste 
Johannis. et venditor averiorum pro debitis domini regis. 

Walterus Boye tenet tres carucatas terre in Loketon', set nescitur 
per quod servicium, valet per annum xlij.s. 

Ricardus filius Wydonis de Aselakeby tenet duas carucatas terre 
per servicium aptandi limerium regis, valet per annum xl.s. 

Johannes de Kawode tenet duas carucatas terre in Kawode per 
seriantiam custodiendi forestam inter Usam 6 et Derewentam, sed 
nescitur valor. 

Robertus de Geveldal' et Thomas de Geveldal' tenent totam 
Geveldale per balisteriam ad castrum Eboraci. 7 



CUMBERLAND. 

I T 70 t ad >e Adam de Levinton' tenet per cornagium. 

Neviir. Odardus filius Ade eodem modo. 
II.700-701. Odo de Burcardeby per seriantiam ; valet j.m. 
Ricardus de Ulvebv 8 per drengagium. 

seriantiis 

arentatis Henricus de Ulveby 9 per drengagium. 

per Robertum Passelewe tempore Henrici Regis, filii Regis Johannis. 



1 Supply ancipitrum, as in R. 2 Read Gevedal as in R. 

3 The first of these six words does not occur in N or P, and the other five 
are misplaced in both as a separate entry at the head of the list. The sequence 
of the words is correct in R only. 4 N reads Johannes. 

5 P reads Poher. 6 N reads Husam. 

7 This entry occurs in the Red Book, together with three other entries con- 
cerning serjeanties in Yorkshire, but in a different section (page 492). On 
the other hand, the list corresponding with that printed here has two additional 
entries, one of which, relating to Alan of Kingthorpe, seems to be derived from 
the return of 1219. 

8 N reads Wolenby. 9 N reads Woletby. 



CUMBERLAND. 351 



II. 704. De Robertus de Stuteville per cornagium. x 

T Neviir e Galfridus de Lucy tenet terram que fuit Simonis de Tylly per 
11.700-761. cornagium. 

De Johannes de Reigny 2 per seriantiam eundi in exercitu Scocie cum 

3SS albergetto. 

per Henricus, Rogerus, 3 Thomas, per seriantiam custodiendi aeria 4 

Robertum anc ipitrum regis in foresta de Karleolo. 5 

tempore 6 Willelmus filius Ade per seriantiam custodiendi haiam de Plumton'. 
Henrici Robertus filius Alexandri per seriantiam inveniendi librum ad 
Regis, fiiii pasnagium regis et custodiendi porcos donee apprecientur. 
Johannis Alicia de Rumilby 6 tenet per cornagium. 
— com. Robertus de Veteri Ponte, terram Willelmi 7 per cornagium. 
Ricardus de Leveton' tenet per cornagium. 
Walter us Bernard' eodem modo. 

Rogerus de Monte Begonis et Simon filius Walteri et Alexander 
de Nevill' tenent per cornagium. 

Willelmus filius Odonis de Bocardeby tenet per cornagium. 
Adam de Stavel' tenet Ravenewyc eodem modo per cornagium. 
Adam cocus do mine regine tenet Suahull 8 per unam libram piperis. 
Willelmus de Ireby tenet Gamelby per cornagium. 
Et notandum quod omnes supradicti tenentes per cornagium 
ibunt ad preceptum domini regis in exercitu Scocie, scilicet in eundo 
in antewarda et in redeundo in retrowarda. 

Willelmus de Racton' per seriantiam custodiendi aeria ancipitrum 
regis ; valet per annum c.s. 

Albertus filius Bernardi 9 tenet unam carucatam terre per seriantiam 
faciendi portas 10 civitatis ; valet j.m. 

Heres Ade de Ho ton 11 tenet per seriantiam ; valet ij.s. per annum. 
Heres Roberti de Boelton tenet per seriantiam ; valet dimidiam 
marcam per annum. 

NORTHUMBERLAND. 

II. 581. De Willelmus de Bicre tenet per seriantiam Bikr', set nescitur per 

Testa de i 

Nevill'. °t uam ; valet per annum c.s. 
II. 776. be Willelmus filius Odonis per seriantiam, set nescitur per quam ; 
seriantiis valet per annum xx.s. 
ar6 per 1S Sewallus filius Henrici per seriantiam. 
Robertum Johannes filius Juelis per seriantiam. 

Passelewe Galfridus faber de Bamburg per seriantiam fabricandi in castro. 
Henricf Willelmus de Hampton' per thenagium. 

Regis, Alii Robertus portarius tenet dimidiam carucatam terre per seriantiam 
Regis custodiendi januam castri. 

Heres Philippi de Ulecot' tenet Matfen et Naferton per seriantiam 
ut sit coronator ; valet per annum xx. 12 l. 

1 P omits the whole of this entry, in error. 

2 JV reads Feym in error, and the text is otherwise corrupt. 

3 Read Reginaldus, as in Pipe Rolls. 4 For custodiendi aeria P reads aerie. 
5 JV reads Karlest, in error. 6 Read Rumilli, as in R. 

7 Supply filii Ranulfi. See Pipe Roll, 11 John, and pp. 198, 265 above. 

8 Read Salchull', as in Rotuli de Oblatis et Finibus, p. 119. N reads 
Swahuir. The place is Salkeld. 

9 Yarnan' on p. 267 above. R reads Bartholomei. 

10 JV reads portam. u JV reads Oton. 12 JV reads x. in error. 



352 VARIOUS DATES. 



HONOUR OF PEVEREL. 

I. 95. De HONOR PEVERELLI LONDON 1 . 

^Nevurf Galfridus de Trowell tenet per sergantiam. 
I. 96. Robertus 2 de Passeys per sergantiam. 
Reginaldus de Colewyk per sergantiam. 
Hugo filius Willelmi filii Costi per sergantiam. 



HONOUR OF TICKHILL. 

II. 691. HONOR DE TYKEHULL 3 . 

Willelmus de London' tenet per seriantiam. 
Domina de Bekinton' tenet eodem modo. 

Willelmus filius Hereberti et Willelmus filius Ade de Hayton' 
per seriantiam. 

Hugo Forestarius tenet per seriantiam. 

1 R reads Honor Peverelli de Dovere. Both headings are incorrect, as 
the serjeanties mentioned belonged to the Honour of Peverel of Nottingham, 

2 N reads Johannes. 

3 Cf. p. 33 above. 






( 353 ) 



A.D. 1226-1228. 

By writs dated 27 May 1226, 1 January 1227, and — August 1227, justices 
were appointed to go on eyre to most of the counties of England. The 
Chancery Rolls of the 11th and 12th years of Henry III give their names, 1 
and the records of the fines levied before them illustrate their respective 
itineraries. 

Martin of Patshull and others were sent into the counties of Lincoln, York, 
Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancaster. Members of 
this commission sat at Lincoln, York, Lancaster, Appleby and Newcastle, 
at various dates between September 1226 and February 1227. It does not 
appear that they went to Cumberland, for which county other justices were 
afterwards appointed, who sat at Carlisle in September 1227. 

After an interval of several months, Patshull and others were sent into 
the counties of Kent, Essex, Hertford, Norfolk and Suffolk. They sat at 
Canterbury, Chelmsford, Hertford, Norwich, Lynn, Yarmouth, Ipswich, 
Dunwich and Cattishall, at various dates between September 1227 and 
October 1228. 

Robert of Lexinton and others were sent into the counties of Nottingham, 
Derby, Leicester, Warwick, Worcester and Gloucester. They sat at Notting- 
ham, Leicester, Coventry, Warwick, Worcester, Gloucester, and Bristol, at 
various dates between September 1226 and February 1227. By a second 
commission, Lexinton and others were sent into the counties of Somerset, 
Dorset and Wilts. They sat at Ilchester, Dorchester, Bath and Wilton, at 
various dates between February and June 1227. By a third commission, 
Lexinton and others were sent into the counties of Hereford, Salop, Stafford, 
Devon, Southampton and Berks. They sat at Hereford, Shrewsbury, Lichfield, 
Reading, Wallingford, Winchester, Southampton, and Exeter, at various 
dates between September 1227 and August 1228. 

Stephen of Segrave and others were sent into Oxfordshire, and they sat 
at Oxford in March and April 1227. After an interval, he and others were 
sent into the counties of Northampton, Bedford, Buckingham, Cambridge, 
Huntingdon and Rutland. They sat at Northampton, Dunstable, Bedford, 
Huntingdon and Cambridge, at various dates between September 1227 and 
May 1228. 

By the autumn of 1228, therefore, the Exchequer should have received 
lists of serjeanties, escheats, widows, wardships, advowsons, and purprestures 
in thirty-three counties. At the time of the compilation of the Book of Fees, 
however, the lists available dealt with only eighteen counties. Since then 
many of the originals have disappeared. 

York. The entry concerning Andrew Luttrell fixes the date between 
1218 and 1229, and the list for this county connected with the eyre of 1219 
has been printed above. 2 

1 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. ii. pp. 151, 153, 205, 206, 213 ; Patent Rolls, 
1225-1232, pp. 83, 87, 142, 207. 

2 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. i. pp. 353, 356, 393, 522 ; Excerpta e Rotulis 
Finium, vol. i. p. 83 ; Close Rolls, 1227-1231, p. 275. 

Wt. 3705. b 23 



354 A.D. 1226-1228. 



The compilers of the Book of Fees, in copying from the list delivered by the 
justices, seem to have adhered to the order of the original, leaving the sections 
relating to Lincolnshire and Lancashire immediately after that relating to 
Yorkshire, instead of entering them among the other documents relating to 
Lincolnshire and Lancashire. 

Lincoln. The list mentions Oliva the relict of Roger de Montbegon as a 
widow in the king's gift. Her husband appears to have died in the early 
part of the year 1226. * Hugh Wake is mentioned as a ward of the king. 
He appears to have been of full age in 1229. 2 The date now assigned to the 
list is further confirmed by the entries concerning the soke of Waltham. 3 
The section of the list relating to churches, escheats and encroachments in 
the city of Lincoln, as entered in the Book of Fees, must be read in conjunction 
with a longer and more detailed list which is not to be found there and is now 
printed for the first time. This latter is written on the dorse of the list for 
Norfolk and Suffolk belonging to Patshull's eyre in those counties in 1228, 
and it appears to be in the same hand. It may be a fair copy, almost 
contemporary, of the original notes taken in court, incorporating such additions 
as were made at subsequent sittings. The list in the Book of Fees, however, 
contains an entry about an encroachment by William, dean of Lincoln (1223- 
1239), which does not occur in the fuller list. 

Lancaster. The reference to Oliva de Montbegon seems to show that 
the list cannot be earlier than the year 1226. 4 Orm of Kellet, who is mentioned 
as holding by serjeanty, was dead in the early part of the year 1229. 5 

Northumberland. An endorsement on the original list shows that it 
was delivered on the 18th of May 1227. 

Nottingham and Derby. The original lists for these counties have 
disappeared, but there is an early copy of them as well as the transcript in 
the Book of Fees. The reference to Oliva de Montbegon seems to show, as 
before, that the date is not earlier than 1226. The mention of Philip Marc 
as tenant of Bulwell seems to show on the other hand that it is not later than 
the spring of 1227, when the King committed that manor to the Sheriff. 6 

Leicester, Warwick, Worcester, Gloucester, Somerset, Dorset and 
Wilts. There is an original roll containing lists for these counties, written 
consecutively, and clearly belonging to Lexinton's eyre of 1226-1227. Henry 
de Trubleville, who is three times mentioned in it as the guardian of the heir 
of William fitz Martin, obtained the wardship in September 1224. 7 Agnes 
the relict of Henry of Berkeley, who is described in it as marriageable, had 
married another husband by July 1227. 8 Philip de Albini, who is mentioned 

1 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. pp. 140, 149, 170 ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, 
vol. ii. pp. 93, 105. 

2 Close Rolls, 1227-1231, p. 179. 

3 Patent Rolls, 1225-1232, pp. 140, 441. 

4 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. pp. 140, 149, 170 ; Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, 
vol. ii. pp. 93, 105. k 

6 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 179. 

6 Ibid. p. 170. 7 Ibid. vol. i. p. 120, 

8 Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, vol. ii. p. 192. 



INTRODUCTION. 355 



in it as holding Chewton and South Petherton " ex ballio do mini Regis ' 
and only during the king's pleasure, obtained a more definite grant of these 
manors in August 1227. * 

The roll is manifestly defective, a membrane or two having got detached 
from the top. The first entry now on it should, according to the transcript 
in the Book of Fees, be the fifth of those relating to Leicestershire, and we 
can scarcely doubt that the four missing entries relating to that county were 
immediately preceded by lists for the counties of Nottingham and Derby, 
where Lexinton began his eyre. As the roll does not deal with the counties 
into which Lexinton went on eyre in the autumn of 1227 under the third 
commission, we may fairly surmise that it was delivered at the Exchequer 
before his departure. It has some annotations which illustrate the proceedings 
taken in particular cases. 

Hereford, Salop, Stafford and Berks. A dated roll for these counties 
cannot have been finished before 1228. It has no entries for the counties of 
Devon and Southampton, which were included in the commission for the 
eyre and duly visited by the justices. All the entries on it relating to Stafford- 
shire are extracts from the record of Pleas of the Crown on the general eyre 
roll for that county, which is still extant. 

Kent and Essex. For these two counties, which were visited by Patshull 
and his colleagues in the autumn of 1227, there are no separate lists of that 
date with regard to escheats, wardships, widows, churches and other subjects 
specified in the articles of the eyre. All the material for such lists is, however, 
to be found among the Pleas of the Crown on the rolls which record the judicial 
business then transacted in those counties. Extracts from these rolls, which 
were not known to the compilers of the Book of Fees, will be given in the 
Appendix to the present volume. 

Norfolk and Suffolk. The special lists for these two counties may be 
referred to the year 1228, when Patshull and his colleagues were sitting there. 
Henry of Hastings, who is mentioned as a tenant by serjeanty, obtained seisin 
of his paternal inheritance in 1226. 2 Ralph of Burgh, another tenant by 
serjeanty, succeeded his father, Roger, in the same year. 3 Margery de Cressi, 
who is twice mentioned as a marriageable widow, was dead in 1231. 4 

Huntingdon. There is no special list for Segrave's eyre of 1227 and 1228, 
but there is among the Pleas of the Crown for Huntingdonshire in the latter 
year an entry concerning the church of King's Rip ton which will be found 
in the Appendix. 

1 Calendar of Charter Rolls, vol. i. p. 57. 

2 Excerpta e Rotulis Finium, vol. i. p. 137. 

3 Ibid. p. 145. * Ibid. p. 209. 



YORK. 

11.649-653. CIVITAS EBORACI, DE SERIANTIIS. 

Johannes Doket debet custodire portam castri Eboraci per serian- 
tiam. Ad seriantiam illam pertinent plures terre in Eboraco, o^uarum 



356 A.D. 1226-1228. 



II.649-653 Rogerus de Alwardetorp' tenet unam pro xviij.d. per annum : et 
- con >- valet v.s. 

Agnes que fuit uxor Willelmi Sibry tenet unam terram de eadem 
seriantia per unam libram per annum ; et non valet plus quia vasta. 

Eadem Agnes tenet inde aliam terram pro xij.d. per annum ; et 
valet iiij.s. 

Thomas Chapenays tenet unam terram de seriantia Johannis le 
Poer pro vj.d. per annum ; et valet viij.s. 

Walterus de Staingate tenet unam terram de seriantia predicti 
Johannis Doget pro xiiij.d. per annum ; et valet x.s. 

David Lardinar' tenet unam terram in Eboraco per servicium 
custodiendi gayolam et vendendi averia, que capta sunt pro debitis 
domini regis ; et valet per annum v.s. 

Willelmus de Malehouers tenet unam terram et advocacionem 
capelle Sancte Marie Magdalene per servicium inveniendi bancos 
ad comitatum. 

BURGUS DE SCARDEBURGH'. 

Ecclesia de Sehartheburgh' fuit de donacione domini regis. Et 
dominus Ricardus Rex dedit earn ordini Cistrensi. 

Alanus Engeram tenet quandam terram que fuit Haconis qui 
obiit sine herede, unde fuit eschaeta domini regis ; et valet per 
annum v.s. 

BURGUS DE DRIFEUD. 

Rogerus de Hal' tenet unam caruc' terre in Brigham que fuit 
Osberti Agium et fuit eschaeta domini regis. Idem Rogerus habet 
terram illam per dominum regem qui nunc est per breve suum pro 
ij.m. et dimidia per annum. 

SCALLEBY. 

Ecclesia de Scalleby est de donacione domini regis et prior de 
Bridelington' tenet earn de dono Eustachii filii Johannis et per 
confirmacionem domini regis ut dicit, sicut patet alibi. 

Due bovate terre in Kirkeby Crandal sunt escaeta domini regis 
de quodam Judeo mortuo ; nullus tenet eas ; jacent vaste. 

dikering'. 1 

Magister de Wycham tenet unam bovatam terre in Roston que 
fuit escaeta domini regis de Willelmo de Fribois et habet earn de 
dono G. de Nevill', camerarii. 

Ricardus de Aslakeby tenet duas carucatas terre in Aslakeby per 
servicium aptandi unum limarium ad opus domini regis. 

Willelmus Malekake tenet duas bovatas terre in Pickering' per 
servicium attachiandi placita corone in wapentaco de Pikering'. 

Walterus Boye tenet tres carucatas terre in Loquinton per servicium 
custodiendi forestam de Pykering'. Et preterea dat tres m. per 
annum pro habendo herbagio et feno simul cum Alano de Kyntorp, 
et valet per annum lx.s. v 

Alanus de Kyntorp tenet tres carucatas terre in Kyntorp per idem 
servicium ; et valet per annum lx.s. 

1 Bead Pikering'. 



YORK. 357 

BULLEMERE. 

II. 649-653 D U e filie Radulfi filii Bernardi de Hoton' sunt de donacione domini 

—cont. re gj s Johannes Doget habet primogenitam per G. de Nevill', 

camerarium, tempore gwerre. Et Johannes tenet totam terram in 

Hoton' ; et valet per annum c.s. per seriantiam custodiendi portam 

castri de Eboraco. 

Alanus de Hoton' tenuit dimidiam carucatam terre de eadem 
seriantia et dedit earn Reynero quondam vicecomiti Eboraci. Et 
Reynerus dedit earn cuidam Gonano servienti suo, qui earn vendidit 
priori de Mai ton' qui adhuc tenet. 

Radulfus filius Bernardi dedit de eadem seriantia duas bovatas 
terre Hancketillo Pendelu, qui earn vendidit predicto priori, qui tenet. 

Item Johannes Doget dedit acras Radulfo le Waverer de eadem 
seriantia qui eas dedit hospitali de Brocton', quod tenet. 

Radulfus filius Alani tenet medietatem ville de Hoton de eodem 
Johanne per concordiam factam inter Alanum patrem predicti Alani 
et predictum Radulfum fllium Bernardi. 

Item Radulfus le Waverer dedit inde duas acras terre Radulfo 
le Waverer qui eas dedit predicto hospitali de Brocton, quod tenet. 

langebrigg'. 

Isabella uxor Petri de Malo Lacu fuit de donacione domini regis ; 
terra eius valet c.l. 

Willelmus de Salceto, Normannus, tenuit v. carucatas terre et 
unum molendinum cum pertinenciis in Lofthus et terra ilia fuit in 
manu domini regis qui earn reddidit Petro de Brus ut feodum suum. 
Idem Petrus, S. de Menil et Eudo de Humet earn tenent ; et valet xj.l. 

Eodem modo fuit villa de Walepol' predicti Willelmi. Et Petrus 
de Brus dedit earn fratribus de Grosmunt' et monialibus de Sandal' 1 
qui tenent ; et valet per annum c.s. 

DICKERING. 

Willelmus de Muletorp' tenuit duas carucatas terre in Oketon' 
per seriantiam de domino rege per servicium archerie, quam terram 
Johannes filius Johannis de Harpeham modo tenet de predicto 
Willelmo, reddendo inde per annum x.s. 

barkeston'. 

Soka de Drax fuit Fulconis Paynel, Normanni, et Hugo Paynel 
tenet earn de ballio domini Regis Johannis. Et Hugo presens fuit 
et cognovit quod habet earn in escambio pro terra Normannie 
quam amisit. Et valet lij.l. per annum et xij.s. et vj xx gallinas 
et dec. ova. 

Item Karleton' et Kamesford' fuerunt Fulconis Paynel ; Willelmus 
de Cameton, Bernardus de Fontibus, Johannes de Aton' illas tenent 
per Petrum de Brus, qui illas habuit ex dono domini Johannis Regis, 
et valent xl.l. 

Johannes de Kawode tenet unam carucatam terre in Kawode 
per seriantiam custodiendi forestam domini regis inter Usam et 
Derewentam. 

1 Bead Handai'. 



358 A.D. 1226-1228. 



II. 649-653 KNARESBTJRG 

— cont. 



Baldwinus filius Henrici tenet duas carucatas terre in Screvin 
per servicium custodiendi forestam de Knaresburgo ; antecessores 
sui feoffati fuerunt tempore Henrici senis. 

Ecclesia de Veteri Burgo fuit de donacione domini regis tempore 
Henrici Regis avi et non est de communa Eboraci. 

Nicholaus serviens de Veteri Burgo tenet unam bovatam terre 
pro servicio faciendi sumoniciones in wapentaco de Knaresburgo. 

SKYRAIC. 

Margeria de Rivers est de donacione domini regis et est maritanda ; 
terra sua in hoc wapentaco valet xx.l. 

STRATFORD'. 

Andreas Luterel debet esse in custodie domini regis. Et Philippus 
Marc' habet custodiam terre sue per dominum Johannem Regem ; 
terra sua de Ho ton' valet xx.l. 

Michael filius et heres Leonis de Anestan' est in custodia domini 
regis. Radulf us filius Nicholai habet custodiam terre sue per dominum 
regem ; et valet c.s. 

Decern bovate terre in Goldtorp', iiij. bovate terre in Billinghey, 
et quatuor bovate terre et dimidia in Swinton' fuerunt eschaeta 
domini regis. Et dominus Johannes Rex dedit eas Danieli Pincerne ; 
et valent per annum v.m. Willelmus Pincerna tenet eas et dicitur 
quod bastardus ; ideo capiantur in manu domini regis. 

HERTEL. 

Johannes le Poer, Simon le Archer tenent in Japum duas carucatas 
terre et dimidiam et vj. bovatas terre in Bartheby 1 et duas carucatas 
terre in Wapelington per servicium unius archerie ; et terra valet 
per annum x.m. 

Willelmus filius Roberti tenet iiij. carucatas terre in GiveldaP 
per servicium unius baliste per annum ; et valent c.s. 

Johannes de Waukingham tenet iiij. carucatas terre et dimidiam 
in eadem villa ; et valent c.s. 

Willelmus de Muletorp' tenet x. bovatas terre in Dal ton' et duas 
carucatas terre in Oketon' ut supra in wapentaco de Dikering ; et 
valent per annum iiij or m. per servicium unius archerie. 

pokelington'. 

Radulf us filius Walter i tenet duas bovatas terre in Pokelington' 
que fuerunt de bondagio domini regis. 

AYNESTY. 

Ecclesia de Torp' est de donacione domini regis ratione duarum 
carucatarum terre que fuerunt eschaeta domini regis in eadem villa 
de quadam Lucia de Brus, qui 2 terram illam foresfecit, quam terram 

1 Read Barneby. 2 So in II. 653. 



YORK. 359 



II. 649-653 Robertus Bustard modo tenet per dominum Johannem Regem ut 

~ conL dicit, reddendo inde ad scaccarium iiij or m. per annum. Magister 

Laurencius de Wilton' habet ecclesiam per dominum archiepiscopum. 



LINCOLN. 

II. 653-662. LINC. 

NESSE WAPENTACUM. 

Hugo Wake est in custodia domini regis ; terra sua valet xl.l. 

AVELUND' WAPENTACUM. 

Henricus de HauvuT tenet terram que fuit Rogeri le Gras per 
dominum regem et reddit per annum xij.d. 

Idem Henricus tenet terram suam per falconariam, et valet per 
annum x.m. 

THREHO WAPENTACUM. 

Thomas de Pavilly, Normannus, tenuit in villa de Braceby terram 
ad valenciam de x.m. quam modo tenet comes de Warenna. 

Willelmus Maucundut tenuit in Bolton redditum de lxxix.s. et 
vj.d. de soka de Graham. 

Oliva que fuit uxor Rogeri de Monte Bogonis est de donacione 
domini regis et non est maritata ; terra sua in Brocton' valet xv.l. 

Henricus le Tyays habet in Fulebeck et Ledenham de ballia domini 
regis vij. libratas terre cum advocacione ecclesie que fuit Henrici 
filii Bertrami de Britannia ; Johannes le Tyays tenet ecclesiam de 
dono domini regis. 

Johannes Teutonicus tenet ecclesiam per Waleranum Teutonicum ; 
et valet xx.m. 

Johannes Marescallus tenet in Ledenham unam carucatam terre 
de eschaeta domini regis ; et valet xxxij.s. 

Magister Albertus tenet in Fulebeck et in Ledenham xx.s. redditus 
de eschaeta domini regis. 

Idem Magister Albertus tenet in Tragetorp et in Begingham 
terram que fuit Galfridi Bart, Normanni, de eschaeta domini regis ; 
et valet xv.l. cum redditu molendini. 

winardebr'. 

Willelmus de Mortuo Mari tenet x. libratas terre in Herlaucston' 
quam dominus Johannes Rex dedit Roberto de Mortuo Mari, patri 
suo, de terra Normannorum ; et preterea c. solidatas terre in Denton' 
eodem modo. 

Thomas de Aunou tenet xx. libratas terre de terra Normannorum 
in Pointon' et in Denton'. 

Graham cum soca est eschaeta domini regis quam comes Warenn' 
modo tenet, et valet iiij xx 1. 

Robertus Alius Ricardi de Furneys debet esse in custodia domini 
regis ; dominus episcopus Karliolensis habet custodiam eiusdem 



360 A.D. 1226-122B. 



II. 653-662 Roberti per dominum regem. Terra eius in Welinghore valet xxj.s. 
conL de honore Lancastrie. 

Sana mater euisdem Roberti est de donacione domini regis et 
est maritanda ; et terra valet x.s. viij.d. 

Ecclesia de Coleby est de donacione domini regis. Walterus 
Martel habet earn ex dono domini regis de terra Normannorum. 

Tres partes ville de Coleby sunt eschaeta domini regis causa 
Normannorum. Radulfus de Trubevill' habet eas per dominum 
regem ; et valent xiiij.l. et xv.s. 

Martinus 1 filius Willelmi de Canewyck' est de donacione domini 
regis et est maritata. Terra sua valet xlij.s. viij.d. 

Matillis, que fuit uxor Willelmi Martel, est de donacione domini 
regis et non est maritata ; et terra valet xxij.s. 

Matillis, que fuit uxor Willelmi de Mortuo Mari, fuit de donacione 
domini regis et est maritata. Terra sua in Blakenay valet x.l. 

Henricus le Eveske habet Amabilem de Ainet' 2 in Buketon'. 
Terra eius valet xv.l. 

Ecclesia de Canewyk' est de donacione domini regis quam prior 
hospitalis Lincolnie tenet. 

Dimidia carucata terre in Canewyk' est eschaeta domini regis que 
data fuit Alano de Bolleshour'. Willelmus Barun tenet inde duas 
bovatas terre et abbas de Kirkestede, nescitur per quod servicium. 
Terra valet xvj.s. 

Willelmus de Lisurs tenet unam carucatam terre in Kyrkeby de 
eschaeta domini regis de dono Regis Ricardi, nescitur per quod 
servicium. Terra valet xx.s. Helpe Balistar'. 

In villa de Norton' sunt xxxvj.s. redditus de eschaeta domini 
regis ; comes Bononie tenet. 

Ranulfus de HamwelT 3 tenet ix. bovatas terre in Glontwrth' 4 per 
seriantiam quod sit hostiarius coram justiciar iis itinerantibus in 
comitatu Lincolnie. 

Herbertus de NevilT tenet unam carucatam in Suterby 6 et tres 
bovatas terre in Raburn' et tres bovatas terre in Filingham ; tenet 
eas de Radulfo de Berevill' et Radulfus tenet eas de domino rege 
per servicium balistarie. 

Johannes filius Alexandri de Nevill' in Redburn' est in custodia 
Ricardi de Alazun per dominum regem. Terra sua valet c.s. 

In Appelby sunt xx. librate terre unde Eudo de Lungvilers tenet 
medietatem cum uxore sua per dominum regem et Galfridus de 
Nevill ' aliam medietatem, et sunt eschaeta. 

Margeria que fuit uxor Alexandri de Nevill' est in custodia Ricardi 
de Alazun per regem pro terra de Redburn'. 

Matillis mater constabularii Cestrie tenet xv. libratas terre in 
Hal ton' preter dominica de baronia filii sui in do tern. 

In villa de Nortorp' sunt xij. bovate terre et sunt eschaeta domini 
regis, et comes Bononie tenet eas ; et valent xxxvj.s. ; qualiter sunt 
eschaeta patet in placitis corone. 

1 This passage is corrupt. Possibly it ran originally Martinus filius 
Willelmi de Canewyck est in custodia domini regis ; mater eius est de 
donacione &c. 

2 Read Ainecurt. 4 Read Glentwrth\ 

3 Read HelmeswelT. 5 Read Sniterby. 



LINCOLN. 361 



II. 653-662 Abbas de Neusum habet ecclesiam de Kyrington' de dono domini 
- conL regis. 

Hiraria 1 Trussebut est de donacione domini regis ; terra sua apud 
Neuton' valet xx.l. 

Robertus de Barevill' tenet x. libratas terre in Barton' de eschaeta 
domini regis. . 

Willelmus films Hugonis tenet apud Crosseby duas bovatas terre 
et duo tofta per vie' de incremento x.s. 

Elewis' que fuit uxor Jordani tenet in eadem villa unum toftum 
pro ij.s. 

In villa de Felmetheby Simon f rater Willelmi tenet unam bovatam 
terre et unum toftum pro iiij or s. ij.d. per vie' de incremento xxij.d. 
et non valet plus. 

Will emus filius Roger i tenet quart am partem unius tofti in Castra 
pro xij.d. ; valet xij.d. 

In eadem villa una perticata terre Galfridi fugitivi ; et valet j.d. 
per annum. 

In Suthkelesey est una bovata terre et tercia pars unius tofti 
quam Adam frater Lene et Radulfus nepos eius tenent pro iij.s. xj.d. 
de incremento iiij.s. ij.d. 

Alanus de West tenet in eadem villa dimidiam bovatam terre de 
eschaeta pro xx.d. et de incremento xxij.d. 

Andreas filius Auty et Alanus nepos eius tenent in eadem villa 
unum pratum quod vocatur Northker pro xij.d. et non valet plus. 

Apud Smithefeud' sunt xxxij. acre prati quas abbas de Grimesby 
W T illelmus de Rowell', Ricardus filius Roger i, Andreas prior de 
Sixili, prior de Otentesby 2 tenent pro viij.s. de firma, de incremento 
viij.s., et non valet plus. 

In villa de Hauton' tenet Alanus Kere dimidiam acram terre sine 
servicio ; et valet xij.d. 

Petrus de Lane' tenet quatuor bovatas terre in Clyseby de donacione 
domini regis per falconariam. 

Willelmus filius Galfridi tenet in eadem villa xxx. solidatas terre 
per idem servicium. 

Henricus Falconarius tenet in Keleby iiij or bovatas terre per idem 
servicium. 

Stephanus serviens de Castr' tenet ij. acras terre et unum toftum 
per servicium faciendi sumoniciones. 

Ecclesia Sancti Nicholai de Suthkelesey est de donacione domini regis. 

Leseby. Johannes de NevilT tenet xx. libratas terre in Leseby 
de dominico domini regis. 

Templarii tenent duas bovatas terre in eadem villa et duo tofta 
ex dono Galfridi de Nevill'. 

Ecclesia ejusdem ville est de donacione domini regis. 

Braddeley. Radulfus le Fletcher tenet viij. libratas terre in 
Bradele de dominico domini regis per iiij. m. per annum et ij. 
bovatas terre pro xj. flecches per annum. 

Robertus persona tenet in eadem villa duas bovatas terre et 
de eodem dominico per xvj.s. per annum. Et in terra ilia sita est 
ecclesia ; nesciunt de cuius advocacione sit, set bene dicunt quod 
semper tenuit illam ecclesiam de persona in personam. 



Read Hilaria. 2 Read Ormesby. 



362 A.D. 1226-1228. 



II. 653-662 Scartho. Comes Cestrie tenet xx. libratas terre in Scartho de 
conL dominico domini regis. Robertus de Bassingburn' tenet ecclesiam 
ex dono domini regis. 

Ecclesia de Cle est de donacione domini regis ; abbas de Grimesby 
tenet earn. 

Cotes. Willelmus Russel tenet c. solidatas terre de dominico 
domini regis in Parva Cotes ex dono Galfridi de NevilT. 

Ecclesia eiusdem ville est de donacione domini regis. 

Matillis de Lascy habet xx. libratas terre in dote in Thoresby et 
Northecotes ; et est de donacione domini regis. 

Gracia uxor Briani de Insula est de donacione domini regis ; terra 
eius in Cukewaud valet xl.s. 

Waltham. Tota soka de Wautham est de eschaeta domini regis 
de Alano filio comitis Britannie. unde Radulfus de Raleg' tenet x. 
libratas per dominum regem de ballia. 

Henricus frater regis x. libratas. 

Walterus de Faucunberge tenet de eadem soka xx. libratas terre. 

Adam de Sancto Martino xl. marcatas terre in Belesby, Hadeclive 
et in Fenby ; Eudo de la Jayle tenet eodem modo xxx. libratas 
terre in Newenton'. 

Walterus de Evermue tenet de eadem soka xj. libratas terre in 
Belesby, Fenby et Askeby. 

Helienora de Baiocis est de donacione domini regis et est mari- 
tanda ; terra eius in Thoresby valet xl.s. 

Feodum unius militis et dimidii est de soka de Gauton' 1 , est 
eschaeta domini regis de terra Normannorum ; dominus Johannes 
Rex tradidit feodum illud Galfrido de Sauzusmara ; et valet 
xxvij.l. xij.s. 

Una carucata terra in Turleby fuit terra Johannis Cordini, 
Normanni, de feodo comitis Cestrie, et idem comes dedit earn 
Waltero de Coningre. Terra valet xxx.s. cuius heres in custodia 
Alvredi de Sulleny cum eadem terra. 

Maria de Mumby, Alicia, Beatricia et 2 sorores eius, heredes Alani 
de Mumby, sunt de donacione domini regis pro feodo Britannie ; 
Robertus de Turribus habet Beatriciam per dominum regem et 
similiter Mariam et Aliciam in custodia ; terra valet xiij.l. 

Comes Cestrie tenet terram de Screvelby, que fuit Roberti Marmiun 
senioris, Normanni; et valet xxiiij.l. 

Idem comes habet terram de Coning by ; et valet xliiij.s. 

Idem comes habet terram de Thorenton que fuit Willelmi Marmiun, 
clerici, per regem ; et valet x.l. 

Ecclesie de Askeby, Hornecastr', Tanton' Superior, Moringk' et 
Enderby sunt de donacione domini regis. Osbertus persona tenet 
per regem. 

Walterus de Bavent tenet vj. libratas terre et xiiij. solidatas in 
Marum per servicium custodiendi falcones domini regis. 

Ecclesie de Marton' et Horby 3 sunt de donacione domini regis. 
Nicholaus clericus de Well' tenet eas. 

Lxij.s. ix.d. in Brinkel sunt eschaeta domini regis de terra que 
fuit Rogeri de Funtaynes. Willelmus Bardolf tenet earn. 

1 Read Gay ton'. 2 Read et Beatricia. 

3 Read Marum et Morby. 



LINCOLN. 363 



II. 653-662 Helpe Balistarius tenet medietatem de Surflet per servicium 
conL balistarie ; valet x.l. ; reddit per annum iij.m. 

Petronilla de Crohun est de donacione domini regis. Oliverus de 
Vallibus habet earn per regem ; terra valet 1.1. 

Abbas de Grimesby tenet ecclesiam Sancti Jacobi de Grimesby 
de dono domini regis. 

Andreas le Norue tenet ecclesiam Beate Marie de Grimesby de 
dono legati Wales, 1 et est de donacione domini regis. 

De Waltero fllio Agnetis pro uno mesuagio quod Lina forisfecit 
ij.s. per annum. 

De Waltero Lugemunt 2 pro placia vacua quam Alanus de Lugemunt 2 
forisfecit vj.d. per annum. 

De magistro Roberto de Gravele pro purprestura quatuor pedum 
que non est ad nocumentum ij.d. per annum. 

De Petro de Ballia pro eodem apud Hornesty xij.d. per annum. 

De Willelmo nepote Willelmi filii Fulconis pro purprestura unius 
pedis et dimidii que non est ad nocumentum iij.d. per annum. 

De Roberto Hache de Stanley pro transgressione de eodem iij.d. 
per annum. 

De Roberto Pytemus pro transgressione purpresture iij. pedum 
vj.d. per annum. 

De Willelmo decano Lincolnie pro purprestura ad portam de 
Ballio vj.d. per annum. 

Robertus filius Ywayn tenet unum mesuagium quod fuit Rogeri 
Peppercorn quod est eschaeta domini regis. Et reddit inde per 
annum ad scaccarium x.s. per justiciarios ; et nichil prius inde 
respondit ad scaccarium, quia nullum inde habuit. 

Quedam vacua placia in Daynesgate fuit eschaeta domini regis 
per Walterum de Watervill, et valet xij.d. ; conceditur magistro 
Johanni de Bello Monte pro ij.s. per annum. 

Tres solidatus 3 redditus de uno mesuagio in parochia Sancti 
Michaelis ad Cotes 4 sunt eschaeta domini regis per Walterum de 
Watervill. 

Unum mesuagium in Staynegate quod fuit Radulfi de Grey est 
escaeta domini regis ; valet per annum vj.d. 

De ecclesiis, dicunt quod cives Lincolnie tenuerunt plures ecclesias 
in civitate Lincolnie ita quod plures persone earum fuerunt. Dominus 
Henricus Rex avus fecit eos sumoniri ad respondendum de advoca- 
cionibus earum ecclesiarum. Et quia non venerunt, advocaciones 
capte fuerunt in manum domini regis. Et dominus rex tradidit eas 
decano Lincolnie qui illas dedit cantori maioris ecclesie, scilicet 
ecclesiam Sancte Marie de Wyggeford, Sancti Michaelis, Sancti 
P[etri], Sancte Trinitatis, Sancti Marci, Sancti Johannis, Sancti 
Switthuni, Sancti Edmundi, Sancte Trinitatis, Sancti Georgii, 
Sancti Petri, Sancti Michaelis, Sancti Augustini, Sancti Bavonis, 
Sancti Rumbaldi, Sancte Trinitatis, Sancti Clementis, et Sancti Petri. 

Robertus le Flecher tenet octo libratas terre de soka de Grimmesby 
de domino rege pro iiij or m. per annum quas reddit fine 5 de Grimesby 
et duas bovatas terre pro xx. flecch'. 

1 Read Guaionis. 3 Read solidate. 5 Read firme. 

2 Read Rugemont. 4 Read Gates. 



364 A.D. 1226-1228. 



S. ij. 11. DE ECCLESnS ET ESCAETIS ET PURPRESTURIS IN CIVITATE 

LINCOLNIE. 

De ecclesiis, dicunt quod tempore Henrici Regis avi cives Lincolnie 
tenuerunt ecclesias civitatis et plures fuerunt persone. Ita quod 
dominus Rex Ricardus eos summonivit coram eo ad respondendum 
de advocacionibus illis. Et quia advocati non venerunt, fuerunt 
advocaciones in manu domini regis. Et dominus rex illas tradidit 
domino Lincolniensi episcopo, qui illas dedit cantori maioris ecclesie. 
Nesciunt si rex illas dedit vel non ; scilicet ecclesias Sancte Marie 
de Wigeford', Sancti Michaelis, Sancti Petri, Sancte Trinitatis, 
Sancti Marci, Sancti Johannis, Sancti Swithun', Sancti Edmundi, 
Sancte Trinitatis, Sancti Georgii, Sancti Michaelis, Sancti Petri, 
Sancti Augustini, Sancti Bavonis, Sancti Rumaldi, Sancte 
Trinitatis, Sancti Clementis, Sancti Petri. Et ideo cantor 
summoneatur ad respondendum quo waranto etc. 

De escaetis, dicunt quod Robertus films Iwain tenet j. mesuagium 
quod fuit Roger i Pepercorn' quod est escaeta domini H. Et justiciar ii 
ultimo itinerantes de omnibus placitis illud ei tradiderunt. Et 
jurati dicunt quod illud fuit Aaron Judeo for is vadiatum et ideo 
escaeta, quia fuit de feodo domini regis. Et Robertus dedit dimidiam 
marcam pro habendo illud in feodo pro x.s. per annum, et conceditur 
ei et respondeat de cetero ad scaccarium de x.s. per annum. Et 
sciendum quod prius non respondit ad scaccarium quia non fuit 
ibi vel alibi irrotulatum, nee idem Robertus aliquid commodi inde 
habuit ut jurati testantur. In rotulo. 1 

Item quedam placia vacua in Danissegate quam Ricardus Brun 
tenuit est escaeta, et valet per annum xij.d., et fuit antiquitus 
Walteri de WatervuT, Normanni, per quern escaeta. Assideatur. 
Conceditur Magistro Johanni de Bello Monte pro ij.s. per annum. 

In rotulo. 

Radulfus Geri de Neuport tempore Henrici Regis avi fugit in 
ecclesiam et abiuravit regnum et habuit unum mesuagium in 
Sextonesgate in parochia Sancti Nicholai ; et jacet vacua et valet 
per annum vj.d. Assideatur. In rotulo. 

Tres solidi redditus de uno mesuagio in parochia Sancti Michaelis 
ad Gates sunt escaeta domini regis per Walterum de WaltervhT, 
qui redditum ilium forisfecit ; valet per annum tres solidos. 
Assideatur. Gilbertus Fulke prius illud tenuit sine waranto. In rotulo. 

Unum mesuagium in parochia Sancti Botulfi est escaeta domini 
regis per quendam Linum qui illud forisfecit, et valet per annum 
ij.s. et amplius. Angnes que fuit uxor Ricardi Suane 2 illud tenet 
sine waranto. Assideatur. Et Walterus films ipsius Angnetis 
finivit per dimidiam marcam, ut teneat mesuagium illud pro ij.s. 
per annum per plegium Roberti Bero. In rotulo. 

Quedam placia vacua est in Neuport ; est escaeta domini regis 
per Alanum Rugemunt, qui abiuravit regnum ; et valet per annum 
sex denarios. Assideatur. Post venit Walterus Rugemunt et 
cepit placiam illam et dab it inde domino regi vj.d. per annum per 
plegium Reginaldi de Neueport. <. Nondum in rotulo. 

1 The reference is to Pipe Roll, 11 Hen. Ill (no. 71). Lincoln dorse. 
a The reading of this name is uncertain. 



LINCOLN. 365 



S. ij. ll Unum mesuagium in parochia Sancti Michaelis extra portam 

—cont. ;g a jijj es ^ escae ta domini regis per Ursellum filium Pucelle, Judeum, 

qui illud forisfecit apud Bristol!', et tenuit illud de Nicolaa de Haya, 

reddendo per annum x.s. ; et Petrus le Weider illud tenet, et ideo 

summoniatur. In rotulo. 

Medietas unius mesuagii in Alto Foro est escaeta domini regis 
per Jacobum filium Benedicti Judei, et valet per annum iiij or s. 
Assideatur. Aliam medietatem tenet Benedictus filius Peytevin, 
Judeus, per breve domini regis. Nondum in rotulo. 

Unum mesuagium in parochia Sancti Michaelis est escaeta per 
Mosse Bosse Judeum occisum. Nesciunt valorem, set Jordanus de 
Essebi illud tenet sine waranto. Assideatur. Nondum in rotulo. 

Do minus rex emit quandam terram de Toly de Wikeford' pro 
x.m. per manum Alexandri de Dorset, et jacet vacua, et dominus 
rex nullum habet inde commodum. Solebat reddere xx.s. per 
annum, et ideo assideatur. Nondum in rotulo. 

Quedam terra quam Elias de Bungheya, Judeus, tenuit est escaeta 
per Bristoll'. Deu le Crese Judeus illam tenet per finem factum ad 
scaccarium Judeorum, ut dicit. Solebat reddere per annum ix.s. 
Et ideo summoniatur. Est in rotulo. 

Quedam terra quam Abraham filius Aaron, Judeus, tenuit est 
escaeta per ipsum Abraham Judeum. Solebat reddere inde abbacie 
de HaliwelP x.s. per annum, quia tenuit de ea, et nunc jacet vacua. 
Assideatur. Nondum in rotulo. 

Quedam terra et quoddam mesuagium in Parmenteria sunt 
escaeta domini regis per Joceum filium Ave Judeum qui ilia tenuit 
de Ricardo filio Jacobi per ix.s. per annum. Peytevinus filius Jocei 
Judeus ilia tenet per finem factum ad scaccarium Judeorum. 
Summoniatur. Est in rotulo. 

Mesuagium in Brantegate quod Elias Grossus, Judeus, tenuit 
de Petro de Ballio pro x.s. per annum est escaeta per ipsum Eliam. 
Jacet vacuum. Assideatur. Nondum in rotulo. 

Mesuagium quod Jacobus et Samuel filii Vives Judei tenuerunt 
in Brantegate est escaeta per ipsos Judeos. Jacet vacuum et solebat 
reddere Johanni clerico, capitali domino, xx.s. per annum. 
Assideatur. Nondum in rotulo. 

Claricia vidua tenuit j. mesuagium de domino rege per j.d. , et est esca- 
eta per vadium Judeorum et vacuum. Assideatur. Nondum in rotulo. 

Duo mesuagia que eadem Claricia tenuit de Hospitalariis per 
decern s. per annum sunt escaeta per Benedictum Judeum, et non 
valent tantum, quia edificia destruuntur ; et ideo Hospitalarii 
loquantur inde. Nondum in rotulo. 

Claricia ad Fontem tenuit quandam placiam vacuam per ij.s. 
per annum de Willelmo filio Lamfrani, et est escaeta per eundem 
Benedictum Judeum. Assideatur. Nondum in rotulo. 

Domus Aaron Judei in Ballio est escaeta per ipsum Aaron Judeum, 
et valet per annum vj.s. Nicholaa de Haya illam tenuit, et con- 
stabularius earn habet nunc occasione castri. Nondum in rotulo. 

Terra Ringes que suspensa fuit est escaeta. Abbas de Neubot 
earn tenet per dominum regem per breve suum, quod ballivi civitatis 
ostendunt, reddendo inde per annum j.d. et ecclesie Lincolnie xij.d. 

Nondum in rotulo. 



366 A.D. 1226-1228. 



s - ij- ll Magister Robertus de Gravenel fecit quandam domum et januam 

071 ' in Via Regis et cepit super dominum regem iiij or pedes. Jurati 

dicunt quod non est ad nocumentum ville ; et ideo Magister Robertus 

finem fecit per ij.d. per annum. In rotulo. 

Willelmus filius Warini tenet unam purpresturam de domino rege, 
reddendo sex d. per annum ad scaccarium. De antiqua purprestura. 

In rotulo. 

Reynerus filius Johannis tenet unam purpresturam eodem modo 
reddendo sex d. per annum ad scaccarium. De antiqua purprestura. 

In rotulo. 

Petrus de Ballio tenet quandam purpresturam apud Hornesty 
per xij.d. per annum per justiciaries qui ultimo itineraverunt qui 
earn ei tradiderunt. In rotulo. 

Willelmus nepos Willelmi filii Fulconis cepit pedem et dimidium 
super murum regis, et xxiiij or dicunt quod non est ad nocumentum. 
Ideo concessum est quod sic stet. Et Willelmus dat inde domino 
regi iij.d. per annum. In rotulo. 

Henricus Hache de Stanlegh' cepit pedem et dimidium super 
murum regis et xxiiij or dicunt quod non est ad nocumentum ville. 
Ideo concessum est quod sic stet. Et Henricus dat domino regi 
iij.d. per annum. Nondum in rotulo. 

Robertus Pitemose posuit domum suam super murum regis, 
et cepit tres pedes super regem, et quia jurati dicunt quod non est 
ad nocumentum ville, ideo reddat per annum domino regi vj.d. 

In rotulo. 



668. 



LANCASTER. 

TI ;?? 2 ~ Ecclesia de Lancastria est de elemosina do mini regis, et comes 
Rogerus Pictavensis earn dedit abbati de Sees. 

LOUNESDAL. 

Alicia fllia Galfridi de Gersingham fuit de donacione domini regis 
et est maritata Thome de Gersingham per Regem Johannem et 
habuit vj. bovatas terre in Gersingham per servicium servandi 
osturcos domini regis herentes in Lounesdal' donee flrmi sint, et cum 
firmi fuerint debent committere eos vicecomiti Lancastrie ; que 
terra valet per annum ij.m. 

Galfridus dedit inde duas bovatas Bernardo de Gersingham, et 
priori de Lancastria v. acras. Et Alicia mortua est et habuit unam 
filiam nomine Christianam et de eodem Thoma, que est de donacione 
domini regis ; et prohibitum est ne maritetur sine domino rege. Et 
Adam de Coupmanwra, avus ipsius Christiane, offert domino regi c.s. 
pro habendo maritagio. 

LOUNESDAL. 

Elewisa de StutevuT est de donacione domini regis et non est 
maritata ; et terra sua in hoc wapentaco valet c.s., et in wapentaco 
de Aumundernes x.s. 



LANCASTER. 367 



11.662-668 Oliva que fuit uxor Rogeri de Monte Bogonis est de donacione 
—cont. Domini re gi s e t non habet terram in hoc wapentaco. 

Quenilda que fuit uxor Ricardi Walensis est de donacione domini 
regis, et terra sua valet dimidiam marcam. 

Margareta que fuit uxor Ade de Gerstan fuit de donacione domini 
regis, et est maritata Ricardo Litherpol, et terra sua valet dimidiam 
marcam. 

Waltania que fuit uxor Ricardi Bold' fuit de donacione domini 
regis, et terra valet dimidiam marcam ; maritata est Walderno 
de Reynham. 

PRESTON. 

Ecclesia de Preston' est de donacione 1 et do minus Johannes Rex 
dedit earn semel Petro Russinol qui obiit, et dominus Henricus Rex 
qui nunc est iterum dedit earn Henrico nepoti episcopi Wintoniensis 
et valet l.m. 

Ecclesia Sancti Michaelis super Wer est de donacione domini regis, 
et Alius comitis de Salvata 2 illam habuit ex dono domini regis qui 
nunc est, et dicitur quod electus est in episcopum et quod ecclesia 
vacat et valet per annum xxx.m. 

Dominus Rex Johannes dedit duas partes ecclesie de Kyrkeham 
Simoni Blundo occasione custodie filii et heredis Theobaldi Walteri, 
et valent iiij xx m. 

Beatrix de Mitton' est de donacione domini regis terra eius valet 
j.m. ; testatum est quod dedit domino regi x.m. pro licentia maritandi 
se ubi voluerit. 

Quenilda que fuit uxor Rogeri est de donacione 3 et est maritata, 
terra sua valet xx.s. Rogero Gernet per regem. 

Matillis de Thorenton' est de donacione domini regis et non est 
maritata ; terra sua in hoc wapentaco valet xx.s. 

Agnes de Clopwayt 4 debet esse in custodia domini regis pro duabus 
bovatis terre quas tenet de domino rege in Blothelay 4 pro xix.d. et 
medietate unius quadrantis et inveniendi sextam partem unius 
judicatoris et residuum ad opus suum valet ij.s. 

Alexander de Kyrkeby debet tenere in capite de domino rege 
unam carucatam terre pro vj.s. 

Avicia que fuit uxor Henrici de Stratford' est de donacione 
domini 5 et reddit per annum pro terra sua xx.d. ; et residuum 
valet iij.s. 

Avicia que fuit uxor Rogeri de Midelton' est de donacione domini 
regis, et nichil tenet de domino rege. 

Eugenia que fuit uxor Willelmi de Routhclive est de donacione 
domini regis et est maritanda ; reddit pro terra quam tenet xl.d. 

Eva de Halt' est de donacione domini regis et est maritanda ; 
terra sua valet xij.d. 

1 After donacione supply domini regis. 

2 i.e. Savoy. 

3 After donacione supply domini regis. The remainder of the entry 
should run et est maritata Rogero Gernet per regem ; terra sua valet xx.s. 

4 Read Glothwayt. Cf. Farrer's Lancashire Inquests, p. 128. 

5 After domini supply regis. 



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II. 662-668 Matillis filia Nicolai de Thoroldeholm' est de donacione domini 
on ' regis ; tenuit terram suam per servicium lardenarie domini regis. 
Rogerus clericus de 1 * *habet custodiam. 

Alicia que fuit uxor ipsius Nicholai 2 fuit de donacione domini 
regis. 

Emma que fuit uxor ipsius Nicholai 2 fuit de donacione domini 
regis. 

Sarra de Bothelton' est de donacione domini regis, et terra sua 
valet j.m. 

Unum burgagium quod fuit Jordani de Katon' fuit eschaeta 
domini regis. Henricus de Winton' tenet illud pro xij.d. per annum. 

Ormus de Kelet tenet iiij or carucatas de domino rege in capite 
per seriantiam custodiendi wapentacum de Lonesdal'. 

Alicia filia Galfridi de Gersingham fuit de donacione domini regis 
et est maritata et tenet sex bovatas per servicium custodiendi osturcos 
domini regis herentes in Lounesdal', quousque firmi fuerint, et valet 
per annum ij.m. 

Henricus de Waleton' tenet xiiij. bovatas terre in Waleton' per 
seriantiam custodiendi wapentacum, et valet xiiij. s. 

Adam Girardus tenet duas bovatas terre per seriantiam faciendi 
sumoniciones, et terra valet iiij.s. 

Lucas prepositus de Dereby tenet ij. bovatas terre in Dereby per 
servicium essendi prepositus et custodiendi averia, et terra valet iiij.s. 

Adam de Heinelesdal tenet iiij or bovatas terre in Crosseby per 
servicium quod sit prepositus in Crosseby, et terra valet x.s. 

Quenilda de Kirkedale tenet unam carucatam terre in Forneby 
per servicium conducendi thesaurum, et terra valet j.m. 

Alicia que fuit uxor Ricardi filii Roberti fuit de donacione domini 
regis et maritata est ; terra sua valet xx.s. 

Quenilda que fuit uxor Ricardi filii Rogeri fuit de donacione domini 
regis ; terra sua valet, scilicet una carucata terre quam tenet pro 
iiij.s. viij.d., valet j.m. 

Robertus Banastr' tenet feodum unius militis de domino rege et 
est in custodia justiciarii Cestrie. 

Cecilia uxor Turstani Banastr' fuit de donacione domini regis. 

Robertus de Clyton' 3 debet custodire wapentacum de Lelandsir' 
in feodo ; nullum tenementum tenet de domino rege. 

Quatuordecim bovate terre in Kaskesmores, quas Willelmus de 
Nevill' tenuit, sunt eschaeta domini regis. 

Alwardus de Aldholm tenet duas bovatas terre in Vernet per 
xix.d. et medietatem unius quadrantis. 

Hugo le Norays tenet j. carucatam terre in Blakerode que est 
eschaeta domini regis, et reddere debet domino regi per annum xx.s. 

Edwinus carpentar' tenuit quandam terram in Kadewaldesir , 
per servicium faciendi carpentariam in castro domini regis de Dereby 
et obiit ; et Galfridus de Dutton' et Alexander de Caldewals' tenent 
terram illam per ij.s. per annum. 

1 The lacuna may be filled up with Derby. Gf. Farrer's Lancashire 
Inquests, p. 130. 

2 So in II. 664. Gf. Lancashire Inquests, p. 130. 

3 Read Clayton, 



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it. 662-668 Ricardus de Hilton tenet wapentacum de Salforsir' in seriantia 
~ conL ad voluntatem domini regis. 

Alanus de Singleton' tenet wapentacum de Blakeburnesir' in 
feodo, et nichil tenet de domino rege. 

Ricardus filius et heres Ricardi filiilwani 1 est de donacione domini 
regis, et Henricus de Wykington' habet custodiam per regem. 

Willelmus de Karleton' habet custodiam filii et heredis Michaelis 
fratris eius per regem. 

Alanus de Singleton' tenet dimidiam carucatam terre per seriantiam 
custodiendi wapentacum de Aumundernesse. 

Ricardus filius Radulfi tenuit duas bovatas terre per servicium 
quod sit prepositus in Singleton ; et valent per annum iiij.s. Ricardus 
filius tenet modo eas. 

Merton' est eschaeta domini regis et valet xxiiij.s. 

Aston' est eschaeta domini regis de feodo Willelmi Peverel. 

Johannes de Oxeclive tenet Oxecumbe 2 in capite de domino rege 
per servicium carpentarie in castro in Lancastria ; terra valet 
xxx.s. 

Robertus prepositus de Offerton' tenet dimidiam carucatam terre 
in Hofferton' per servicium quod sit prepositus domini regis in 
Hofferton' ; et terra valet per annum xvj.s. Idem Robertus dedit 
inde Ade filio Johannis unam bovatam et Ormo Kelet vij. acras. 
Preceptum est quod capiantur in manum domini regis. 

Adam filius Gillemighel tenet dimidiam carucatam terre in Seline 
per servicium quod sit carpentarius domini regis, et terra valet xvj.s. 

Roger us carpentarius tenet x. acras terre in Lancastria, per 
servicium quod sit carpentarius in castro de Lancastria, et valet 
per annum v.s. 

Robertus filius Rogeri de Scerturne 3 tenet dimidiam carucatam 
terre in eadem villa per seriantiam quod sit prepositus domini 
regis in Sutherton 4 , et terra valet xl.s. 

Radulfus Barun tenet dimidiam bovatam terre per servicium quod 
sit cementarius in castro vel per v.s. per annum ad eleccionem domini 
regis. 

Johannes 4 de Oxeclive tenet Oxeclive in capite de domino rege 
per servicium carpentarie in castro de Lancastria ; terra valet xxx.s. 

Robertus prepositus de Hofferton' tenet dimidiam carucatam terre 
in Hofferton' per servicium quod sit prepositus ; terra valet per 
annum xvj.s. Idem Robertus dedit inde Ade filio Johannis unam 
bovatam terre et Ormo de Kelet vij. acras. Ideo capiantur in 
manum domini regis. 

Adam filius Gilemichel de Seline tenet dimidiam carucatam terre 
in Seline per servicium quod sit carpentarius in castro de Lancastria ; 
terra valet xvj.s. 

Rogerus carpentarius tenet x. acras terre in Lancastria de antiquo 
feoff amen to per seriantiam carpentarie in castro predicto, et valet 
per annum v.s. 

1 Read Swani: 2 Read Oxeclive. 

3 Read Skerton'. Cf. Farrer's Lancashire Inquests, pp. 123-124. 

4 This and the five entries following are another version of the six 
immediately preceding them, 

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370 A.D. 1226-1228. 



II. 662-668 Robertus filius Rogeri de Skertenay tenet dimidiam carucatam 
—com. fe TTe m ea( j em v jn a p er servicium quod sit prepositus domini regis 
de Skerton' ; et valet per annum xl.s. 

Radulfus Balrim' 1 tenet unam carucatam terre in Bolrun' per 
servicium quod sit cementarius in predicto castro ; et valet ij.m. et 
dimidiam. 

Willelmus Gardinarius tenet vij. acras terre in Lancastria per 
servicium quod inveniat in castro olera et porretta. Terra sua valet 
ij.s. iiij.d. 

Walterus filius Walteri Fabri et Willelmus filius Willelmi Fabri 
tenent de domino rege unam terram que vocatur Hefeld' per servicium 
fabricandi ferramenta carucarum ; et valet dimidiam marcam. 

Rogerus Gernet tenet tres carucatas terre in Hal ton' per servicium 
quod sit capitalis forestarius per totum comitatum ; integer est et 
facit servicium. 

Wimanus 2 Gernet tenet duas carucatas terre de domino rege in 
Heschin per servicium veniendi contra dominum regem ad fines 
comitatus cum cornu suo et alba virga et ducendi eum in comitatum 
et esse cum eo et iterum reducendi eum, et valet v.m. 

Willelmus et Benedictus de Gersingham tenent de domino rege 
duas bovatas terre in Gersingham per servicium quod sint forestarii. 

Margeria que fuit uxor Bernardi filii Bernardi tenet duas bovatas 
terre de seriantia de Gersingham. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 



S. ij. 11. NORTHKOKET. 

IL 760 ~ 763 ' De valletis et puellis. 

Matildis de Flamull' est de donacione domini regis. Michael 
de RyhylT habet custodiam de ea per Robertum filium Rogeri. 

Willelmus de Calvele vallettus est et pheyn 3 et debet esse in custodia 
domini regis. Rogerus de Hoddesagg' habet custodiam terre sue, 
nescitur quo waranto. 

De dominabus. 

Margeria de Vescy est de donacione domini regis et est maritanda ; 
terra sua valet xx.l. 

Christiana de Kalvesle maritata est Rogero de Hoddesagr' per 
Philippum de Ulecotes. 

Elizabet Tayllebois maritata est Nicholao de Farindon', nescitur 
quo waranto. 

De seriantiis. 
Willelmus filius Odonis tenet unam carucatam terre in Bamburg' ; 
terra eius valet xx.s. 

Galfridus Faber de eadem tenet dimidiam carucatam terre pro 

ferris domini regis de Bamburg' fabricandis. 

— , . — , <. — - — — . 

1 Read Bolrun. 2 Read Wivianus. 

3 Read theyn ; the ph has probably arisen from a misunderstanding of 
a thorn letter. For the tenure see above, pp. 204, 250, 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 37 1 



S. ij. 11. Robertus Taylleboys debet esse in custodia domini regis, et mater 

r .760-76° 
— cont. 



TT *1 Pf\ *7 C Q 

eius tenet terrain suam et finem fecit pro custodia sua habenda. 



SUTHKOKET. 

De valletis. 
Simon de Dineston' 1 debet esse in custodia domini regis. Stephanus 
de Segrave habet custodiam, nescitur per quern ; terra eius valet xx.l. 

De dominabus. 

Agnes de Dineston' 1 est de donacione domini regis et est maritata 
Roberto de Meynevill' per Johannem Regem ; terra eius valet c.s. 

Matildis de Claverwrth vidua est et est de donacione domini regis ; 
terra eius valet xl.s. 

Emma de Aydene est de donacione domini regis et maritata est 
Petro de Vallibus per Johannem Regem ; terra eius valet xv.l. 

Alina et Aleysia filie predicte Emme maritate sunt Jacobo de 
Kauz et Johanni de Kauz per Johannem Regem ; terre earum 
valent xl.l. 

Aleys Bertram est de donacione &c. et est maritata Rogero filio 
Walteri per Johannem Regem ; terra eius valet xx.l. 

Alicia de Morewic est de donacione &c. et maritata est Rogero 
Golafre, nescitur quo waranto ; terra eius valet x.l. 

Mabillia de Clere est de donacione &c. et vidua est ; terra eius 
valet xv.l. 

Margareta de Milleburn' est de donacione &c. ; terra eius valent 
ij.m. ; vidua est. 

Sorores Philippi de Ulecotes sunt de donacione &c. et maritate 
fuerunt ante mortem ipsius Philippi ; terre earum valent xx.l. 

De seriantiis. 
Nicholaus de Biker tenet c. solidatas terre per seriantiam, scilicet 
per servicium ferendi brevia domini regis inter Tynam et Coket et 
faciendi districcionem de warda Novi Castri. 

BAMBURGH. 

Thomas de Warnetham tenet j. carucatam terre in Bamburgh per 
Johannem Regem per servicium xx.s. per annum. 

BURGUS DE NOVO CASTRO. 

De ecclesiis. 
Ecclesia de Novo Castro est de donacione domini regis ; et 
Gulbr' de Lascy earn tenet per Willelmum de Lungchamp' qui fuit 
justicia domini regis. 

De eschaetis 2 in rotulo. 

Dominus rex habuit in villa de Novo Castro c. et x.s. et vj.d. 
redditus quos dedit burgensibus eiusdem ville pro terris suis, 

1 Read Diveleston'. 

2 On the margin applying to the whole of this entry is in rotulo ; there are 
also three signs resembling a capital F, but the parts of the entry to which 
they refer are not clear. 



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s. ij. 11. quas amiserunt per fossatum domini regis, et preterea de do mo 
—cont Willelmi Monetarii x.s. et de alia domo eiusdem Willelmi xl.d. ; 
et iste due domus inciderunt in manum domini Regis Henrici avi 
domini regis pro debito quod Erkenbald' Monetarius ei debuit, et 
dicitur quod una domus quam Thomas de Karleolo modo tenet que 
prius non valuit nisi x.s. modo valet xx.s. et alia domus que non 
valuit nisi x.s. modo valet xl.s. Et dicitur quod quidam Hugo 
Beneyt pater duorum puerorum qui sunt infra etatem obiit seysitus 
de predicta domo et quod Willelmus filius Benedieti pater ipsius 
Hugonis habuit ingressum in domum illam per priorem de Finkale, 
cui Henricus de Puteaco, qui tunc fuit vicecomes Norhumbr', terram 
illam dedit, et Henricus habuit ingressum in domum illam per 
Willelmum filium Willelmi Monetarii, qui illam ei vendidit. 

Loquendum. 

Item de domo Torphini viij.d. de quibus Alicia que fuit uxor 
Willelmi respondet. viij.d. 

De terra Gilberti Marescalli iij.d. unde parochiani Sancti Andree 
respondent. iij.d. 

Item de domo Walteri tinctoris vj.d. unde Hawis uxor dicti Walteri 
respondet. vj.d. 

Item de domo Willelmi filii Hugonis ij.d. unde idem Willelmus 
respondet. ij.d. 

[Endorsed : — ] Norhumberl 1 . Escheete per manum W. de Eboraco 
die Veneri