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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE 
BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF 
THE BISHOPRIC OF 
WINCHESTERi 

^ 1210-1211 
(P.R.O. Eccl. 2-22-159270B) 



Edited, with an IrUroduciion, by 
N. R. HOLT 



BARNES & NOBLE, INC. NEW YORK 

PUSLISHERS • BOOKSELLERS • SINCE 1873 



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© 1964, N. R. Holt 
6 J Fublished by the University of Manchoster at 

, W6 7 The University Prxss 

h ") f. 316-324 Oxford RoadfManchester, 13 

cop. 2 



Primad la Omn Biitun by Buila )[ Tnutcr Ltd, Frame «nd Loodan 



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CONTENTS 

Preface vi 

Abbreviations viii 

Iktroduction 

I. The Document ....... ix 

A. The Diplomatic ..,,.. ix 

B. The Date of the Document , . . . xii 

C. The Strncture of the Manorial Account . . xiii 

D. Methods of Editing xvii 

II. The Oiganization of the Bishop's Finances . , xviii 

III. Legal Administration on the Bishop's Estates . . xxv 

IV. The Bishop's Executive ...... xxxv 

V. Conclusion ,..,..., xlv 

The Pipe Roll I 

Glossary 187 

BlBLIOGBAPHY 188 

Indices 

I. Places 192 

II. Persons 199 

III. EjMscopal Manors 206 



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PREFACE 

The object of this book is primarily to transcribe and edit the text of 
the pipe roll, and secondly, to estimate its importance as a source for 
administrative history in the early thirteenth century by attempting 
to describe the administrative machineiy on the Winchester estates, 
using the text itself as a primaiy source, and where this f^ls, drawing 
analogies from other estates, both lay and ecclesiastical, at a siightly 
later date. I have made no attempt therefore to comment on the 
economic aspect of the roH. 

The document here transcribed and edited is one of a long series 
of 190 surviving rent rolls of the bishopric of Winchester covering, 
with certain gaps, the period 1208-9 ^° I453-54-' I1 1890 these 
records were deposited by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, part of 
whose archives they fom, in the Public Record Office. Dr. Hubert 
Hall first published a hst of the rolls, giving a provisional dating to 
eadi, in 1924.* The first extant roH was transcribed and edited by the 
students of Dr. Hall at the London School of Economics and pub* 
lished in 1903. Certain points in the introduction are rather vague, 
particularly with regard to its dating and the establishment of the 
Bishop's Exchequer. The fact too that this edition was the work of 
several students explains the lack of unjformity in the extensions of 
the text. Dr. Hall acknowledges that 'the plan of such an Edition, 
however systematic in its method, leaves much to be desired in 
respect of the performance',* but the thoroughness with which the 
plan was carried out has been of great help in the transcribing of the 
present document. 

Though the episcopal exchequer closely imitated the royal model 
in many respects, tbe present document is not a pipe roll at all in the 
Exchequer sense. It is clear too that the manors it lists do not repre- 
sent a complete list of the bishop's temporal possessions in 1210-11. 
Paleographical evidence su^ests that the document is a counter 
roll, written at the central exchequer and preserved as an official 
record. Its purpose, Uke all dociunents of its kind in the Middle Ages, 

*Sir Wm. Beveridge, "The Winchester Rolls and Their Dating', Econ. 
Hist. Rai. (1949-30). 
' Eamomica, 1924. 

• H. Hall, Th» Pipe RoU ofihe Bishopric oj Wincltester, iao8-g, p. xxxv. 
vi 



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was to leveal how far the obligations which a loid might expect 
&otn his officials and tenants had been fulfilled. 

A system of regular views held locally leading to an annual cen- 
tralized audit of account was in operation on the Winchester estates. 
At this time the episcopal exchequer might well have been held at 
Southwark rather than at Wolvesey. The bishop's knights, aided by 
his chancery clerks, form the backbone of his financial organization. 
Of cameral finance we have found httle upon which to base any 
general conclusions. At the head of the whole organization stands 
John the Dean, the bishop's treasurer, and Denis, his chamberlain, 
two rather shadowy figures, 

The bishop's l^al jurisdiction may be divided somewhat arbi- 
trarily into a domanial jurisdiction, exercised in the manor and 
hundred courts, and a franchisal jurisdiction, exerdsed in the bi- 
annual court leeL There is a significant omission of any reference in 
the roll to an honour court. The roll provides numerous examples of 
the business of the manorial courts, but has little or nothing to say 
about the composition, or the procedure followed in any one of them, 

We have discussed the functions of the members of the bishop's 
household, and particularly the members of his chancery. We have 
noted the administrative importance of the bishop's military tenants, 
and the prominence that seveial of them were to achieve as royal 
servants. In describing the local manoiial executive of bailifi, reeve, 
and beadle, httle that is new may be said. These officials were super- 
vised by a central bureaucracy headed by the bishop's steward, 
apparently assisted by two ofBdals of somewhat lesser importance. 

To the transcription of the text have been added explanatory 
footnotes, a glosssary of the more obscure Latin terms, and indexesof 
persons and places mentioned in the roll and of those of&cials 
responsiWe for presenting the accounts of the various manors. 

My piindpal thanks are due to Professor C. R. Cheney, now of 
Coipus Christi College, Cambridge, who read the work in its original 
form and without whose patient efforts this edition would not have 
been published. To him also I express my grateful appredation of 
his valuable critidsms and suggestions. My thanks are also due to 
the Librarian of the Arts Library of the University of Manchester 
for arranging for photostat copies of the pipe roU to be made and for 
the loan of them ; and also to the Secretary of the Manchester Uni- 
versity Press for his patience in seeing the work through the press. 
Finally, I am indebted to the trustees of the Maxc Fitch Fund for 
their generous contribution towards the cost of this volume. 



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ABBREVIATIONS 

The followmg are the chief abbreviations nsed: 



Ann. M<m. 




C.ChJl. 


Caiendar of Ckarter RoUs. 


C.PJL 


Caiendar ofPaient RoUs. 


CI.R. 


Close RoUs. 


C.R.R. 


Curia Regis RoUs. 


D.N.B. 


Dictionary of Naiional Biography. 


E.H.R. 


Engiish Hisioricai Review. 


Econ. Hist. Rev. 


Economic History Review. 


H. Hall 


Pipe RoU ofthe Bishopric of Winchesler. 




1208-9, ed. H. HaU {see BibUography). 


N.S. 


New Series. 


Pal. RMs. 


Paient RoUs. 


P.Q.W. 


Pladia de Quo Warranto. 


P.R. 


Pipe RoU. 


R.H. 


Rotuli Hundredorum. 


liCC^ \^Offtffti 


Record Commission. 


Rot. Chart. 


Rotuli Chartarum. 


Rot. Lib. 


Rotuli de Liberate ac de Mists et Prestitis. 


Rot. Lit. Claus. 


Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum. 


Roi. Lit. Pat. 


Rotuli Litterarum Patentium. 


R.S. 


RoUs Series. 


Selb. Cart. 


Selbome Charters. 


Winc. Caih. Ckart. 




V.C.H. 


Victoria County History. 



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INTRODUCTION 

I. ThE DOCUIIENT 
A. The Diplomaiic 

The document consists of eleven parchment membranes of unequal 
length, varying between 29 incties (membrane 6), and 32 inches 
(membrane 4). The average width of the membranes is 13J inches, 
each therefore being as wide as, but sli^tly longer than, the mem> 
brane of an Exchequer pipe roll.^ The membranes are very faintly 
ruled with horizontal lines about a quarter of an inch apart, whilst 
two faint vertical lines, approximately i| inches from each edge of 
the membrane, form two maigins. There is an average of 90 lines of 
writing to each side of the membranes. Only half of the dorse of the 
last membrane, consisting of 53 hnes, is written upon. The rest has 
been left completely blank, except that at the foot of the membrane 
the roll is dated 'annus sextus'. This is written in the cursive hand 
of the sdibe and repeated in capitals in a much later hand. Further 
marks of identification, also in a cursive hand, are not fully decipher- 
able. 

Like the pipes of an Exdiequer pipe roll* the membranes were 
originally stitched together at the head by leather thongs, fn^ments 
of which still remain. The foot of each membrane is tapered ofl 
slightly to a blunt end. The consecutive numbers of the membranes 
have been written in arabic numerals at a much later date on the 
face of each foot, and above them, across the whole width of the foot, 
the scribe has written the names of the manors in bold Gothic 
capitals. Tbis closely resembles the method of engrossing used at the 
loyal Exchequer, with the difierence that on an Exchequer pipe roU 
the names of the counties were engrossed on the dorse at the foot of 
each pipe. The accoimts on the present roU aie continuous from 
membrane to membrane, and the document does not have the 
appearance of being comprised of rotulets or pipes, each consisting 
of two membranes, as in the Exchequer records. The present docu- 
ment therefore is not technicaUy a 'pipe roU' at aU in the Exchequer 

* R. L. Poole estiiiiates that the lengtli ol tbe 'pipe' {i.e. 2 membnines sewn 
end to end) varied between 3 (eet and 4 (eet 8 inchee. See R. L. Poole, The 
Exehequer in the Twelflh CetUury, p. 151, also Dialogus dt Scaceano, «d. C. 
Jobnson, p. 39, for & foU descdption of the excheqaer 'pipe'. 

* R. L. Poole, op. Ht., p. 132. 



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sense. When the sewn membranes were rolled from head to foot to 
fonn the 'rotulus', the feet were left exposed, makmg reference to the 
accouQt of any one manor both speedy and simple. 

Attached to the lower right-hand margin of the face of mem- 
brane 9 is a piece of parchment 6^ inches wide and 7^ inches long, 
beaiing an account headed 'Alresford: De Burgo', and wiitten in the 
same neat hand as the rest of the document. There are two unruled 
margins approximately a quarter of an inch wide. This account is 
almost identical with that entered on the dorse of the last membrane 
tinder the headit^ 'Forum de Alresford*. The main difference 
between the two is a memorandum of outstanding debts which 
occurs in the latter account. The headi:^ 'Forum de Alresford' is 
deleted by a single stroke which is continued down both margins, 
and the whole account seems to have been copied on to the roll in 
error. 

The general condition of the manuscript is excellent, but the 
doTse of the feet of membranes 2 and 9 are badly discoloured. The 
doTse of the feet of membranes 4 and 7 are weU nibbed, making 
transcription difficult, and in places impossible. The foot of mem- 
brane 10 is very badly mutilated. A large jagged piece, extending into 
much of the text, has been completely tom away, and the foot of the 
membrane is missing. The margins of the document are for the most 
part intact. The right-hand maigin of the face of membrane 2 is tom 
away from half-way down the membrane to the foot. Thus, on the 
face, the headings of the various sections of the account are missing, 
whilst on the dorse part of the text itself is missing. The light-hand 
maipn of the face of membrane 5 is also frayed, but the fraying does 
not extend into the text. The headings of the sections of the accounts, 
entered in the left-hand margins, are written in the noiraal cursive 
hand, whUst the names of the manors are written in the text in laige 
capitals. The titles of many of the manors share the same Une as the 
last entry of the preceding account and are sometimes even written 
in the margin itself , as in the cases of Bitteme, Famham, and Harwell. 

The general appearance of the manuscript is one of extreme neat- 
ness. In several places the ink from the face has seeped through the 
parchment to disfigure the writing on the dorse. There are few 
erasures, and the document is written throughout in the same hand, 
save for two brief marginal notes. The scribe's cursjve hand is for 
the most part easily readable. Individual letters are clear and care- 
fully foimed, and are characteristic of the period. The scribe is not 
accustomed to dotting his letter 'i', save where two such letters 
occur together in a word when he will stroke both faintly. He freely 
uses the twelfth centuiy 's* with the serif, and the early thirteenth 
centuiy 's' with the long curving downstroke, but withont the serif . 



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A sudden retum to the older form in the second membrane, and tbe 
continual use thereafter of both forms, tends to create some con- 
fusion between the 'f and the 's', particularly as the serif is often 
exaggerated. There is a hapbazard use of capital letters, and the 
capital 'G' is frequently preferred to the small 'g'. Personal names, 
particularly tbose appearing in the 'Puichasia' sections, are spelt 
inconsistently, and it is interesting to note that vemacular fomis 
(Ingulf, Osgod, Osbert, etc.) are found along with the latinized forms 
of Anglo-Noiman names. 

The roll contains the accounts of some 37 manors together with ' 
an account of the mill at Bouthwark, the scutage for 1210-11 and 
the account of the market of Akesford under separate headings. Tbe 
roU of 1208-9 included the accounts of 37 manors, of whidi Privet, 
Fawley and Ower, taken together, in Hampsbire, and Bishop's 
Fonthill in Wiltshire do not appear in the present roll as independent 
manors. In 1210-11, tbe manors of Fawley and Ower along with 
Stanham were let out at farm and the record of the rent paid by the 
'firmarii' appears at the head of the first membrane. This may partly 
explain why some manors, appeating in one roll as capital manors, 
appear in anotber roll as sub-manors only. In 1210-11 Bishop's 
Fontbill is included in the accoimt of Knoyle, whilst entries relating 
to expenses incurred at Privet in this year occur in the accounts 
of Alresford and Wield. The accounts of North Waltham, Bentley, 
Combe and of the bishop's lands in the Isle of Wight are enroUed 
in the present roll, thou^ they do not appear in the 1208-^ roll. 
Of these manors North Waltham was probably held at faim in 
1208-9, which woold account for its omission from the roU of that 
year.^ It is obvious that the 37 manors entered on the present roU do 
not represent a complete list of the bishop's possessions in 1210-11. 
A glance at the entries on later rolls confirms this, Bishopstone and 
Ivingboe, both acquired before 1086, being the most notable omis- 
sions. Such discrepancies are not the result of an irregular system of 
auditing. If suchmanorscannotbeproved tohavebeenheldatfarm, 
the explanation may be that they were either temporarily aUenated, 
or were the subject of dispute between the bishop and the prior and 
convent of St. Swithun's.* 

* The North Waltham sccount opens with an inventoiy of stock and 
honsdiold atensils talcen 'per visum legalium hominum' on the death of the 
'fiTmaiina'. 

■ See H. HaU, Tie Pipe Roa of tAc Bisliopric of Wincheslo', p. xv. Grants 
oi laad made to the Priory of St. Swithun's, to be administered by the bl^op 
on behalf of the Prior and Coavent, had created a state of confusion which was 
not clarified nntil an agreement defining their reapective posseasions was 
reached in 1284 between John of Pontoise and the Prior of St. Swithun's. 

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xn INTRODUCTION 

B. The Daie ofthe Documatt 

A section dealing with the problem of dating the Winchester rolls 
might seem supeifluous in view of the exhaustive work done by Dr. 
Hubert Hall and Sir William Beveridge^ on this subject, but it will be 
worthwhile briefly to correct any erroneous impressions arising from 
Dr. Hal]'s explanations of the dating in his Introduction to the 
1308-9 roll,* I^*U. citing evidence from the public records,* gives the 
impression that Peter des Rocbes enjoyed all the profits of the see 
before Michaelmas 1205 'in virtue of royal mandates'. This is mis- 
leading.* On 21 September 1204 King John by letters patent granted 
to Peter the episcopal rights of ecclesiastical patronage which had 
lapsed to the Crown sede vacante, while on 29 August 1205 the 
custodians of the see were ordered by letters close to pay ofE the 
debts of the bishop-elect from the stock, chattels, grain and produce 
of the bishopric of Winchester. Clearly, although Peter may have 
derived great advantage from these grants, the temporalities of the 
see were still under the Crown's control late jn August 1205. But 
the Exchequer pipe roll of 7 John (to Michaehnas 1205) only shows 
an account by the royal custodians for the period from 11 September 

1204 (when Bishop Godfrey de Lucy died) to 24 June 1205, and no 
other account of the custodians appears on the next pipe roUs. In 
their accoimt the custodians show the comparatively small item of 
£100 granted to 'the elect of Winchester' de presHto.^ Although Peter 
des Roches was not invested with the temporalities as bishop imtil 
24 March 1206,* it seems that, acting on some unrecorded order of 
the King, the custodians carried out his benevolent intention of 
29 August 1205 by accounting to the bishop and not to the Exchequer 
for the nine months after 24 June 1205. It is just possible that the 
revenues for the whole or part of this period were accounted for in 
the royal camera, but there are no solid grounds for this hypothesis. 

Whatever the destination of the episcopal revenues between June 

1205 and March 1206, Hall's dating of the bishop's pipe rolls is 
correct. Peter was consecrated on 25 September 1205 and technic- 
ally his first pontifical year ended on 24 September 1206. But as Sir 
William Beverit^e says, 'For administration of the temporaUties, 

> See W. Beveridge, 'The WittcIiesteT RoUs aud tlieir Dating', in Eeommic 
Hislory Revisw, vol. II (1929-30), pp. 93-1 13. 

■ H. Hall, op. eit., pp. viii and ix. 

*Iiol. Lit. Pal., 46, and Rot. Lit. Claus., I, 48. Hall inconectly dates the 
lattei entiy 19 August 1205; it sbould read 29 Angust 1205. 

• Beveridge lias been misled into stating, 'Under royal mandates howover, 
be (i.e. Peter des Rochea) enjoyed the profits of tbe see duiing the preceding 
jrear (i.e. 1204)'. Beveiidge, loc. cit., p. 107. 

» Pipe Roll 7 John, pp. ia-13, d. Pipe Roll 8 Jokn, p. 155. 

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mvestiture is tbe most important date and the one from wbich as a 
rule the accounts begin.' ^ The Winchester scribes follow the system 
of dating used for nmnbering the pipe foHs of the royal Exchequer, 
and number their rolls according to the number of the episcopal year 
in which the Michaelmas accoimt fell. This being so, although the 
first year of Peter's episcopate would not end until 24 March 1207, 
the fiist Micbaelmas to fall within that period would be Michaelmas 
1206 and this would determjne tbe end of the first period of account. 
This corresponds to HaU's conclusion that the roll for the 'fourth 
yeax' was for the year Michaehnas Z2o8-Michaehnas 1209; and 
establishes that the present roll is for the year 1210-11. The evi- 
dence for dating the present roll is scanty but sufficient. The only 
dating label it bears are tfae words 'Annus VI' written on the tongue 
of tbe dorse of tbe last membrane. We are denied the possibility of 
matching the arrears upon it with the debits of 1209-10, or the 
debits of this roll with the arreais of 1211-12, for the 1209-10 roll is 
missing, and the 1211-12 roll 'unfit for production'.* References on 
the Toll to extemal events are practically confined to indications of 
King John's movements : provision was made for him at Winchester 
on 9 October (p. 9), at Woodstock in August (p. 65} at Famham 
(p. 85), at Gillingham (p. 92) at Freemantle on 6 October and at 
Taimton before Michaelmas. Tfae royal itinerary does not exclude 
izioor Z2II foiany of thesedates; but it could only be in 1211 that 
tfae King needed provision from the manor of Downton on 6 Feb- 
ruary (p. 35) when he was on the way from Clarendon to Downton.' 

C. The Stntdure o/the Manorial AccourU 

We may now consider tfae broader questions of wbere, how and 
why the roll was written, It is well known that whatever procedure 
was foUowed in taking the view and audit on an estate, its written 
accounts usuaUy passed through three distinct phases,* In the middle 
of the finandal year, or whenever the view was held, the 'visus 
compoti', a detailed record of income and expenditure to date, was 
drawn up for examination and coTiection by those taking the view. 
At the audit at the end of the financial year the 'compotus' roU of 
each manor — based on the 'visus compoti', but stripped veiy laigely 
of its minute details — was presented before the auditors at the 

' Wm. Beveiidge, hc. cit., p. 106. 

' Dr. Hall, however, has already noted the caTTespondence of the debts of 
the present roll with the Eurears of the sacceeding one. Wm. Beveridge, 
op. cil., p. 107. 

* The king was in Loudon at this time in izio and in the north country 

* Denholm-Young gives a detailed desciiption in StignorUU AdmiitistratUm 
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central exchequer, or, if the audit were an itinerant one, upon their 
arrival at the manor in question. The account theu passed through a 
final stage, and the form amended by the auditors was carefuUy 
copied, along with the other manorial accounts, on to a single roll, 
known technically as the counter-roll,^ a document kept for ofBcial 
purposes. Though no manorial compotus rolls or views of account 
survive for the Winchester manors at this early date, we have no 
reason to suppose that procedure there differed in any way from the 
general procedure described. 

Faleographical evidence iudicates that the present document is a 
counter-roU. The extreme neatness of the document, the careful 
avoidance of mistakes, and the coirection of such mistakes as there 
are by erasure, not by deletion, give the impression that the roll is a 
fair copy. In several cases the scribe makes what are obviously 
errois in coppng totals entered at the end of a section, and yet 
arrives at a coirect final total, an imposstbility had he been calcukit- 
ing from his own figures. The accounts are enrolled from one mem- 
brane to the next, and a varying number of accounts is entered on 
each membrane. The manner in which the foot of each membrane 
tapers to a blunt end clearly indicates that the document is a 
counter-roU, to be preserved as an ofKcial source of reference. The 
fact that the roU is the work of a single copyist at the bishop's ex- 
chequer explains the haphazard enrolment of the accounts. They 
were doubtless copied as they came to hand, which may or may not 
have corresponded to the order in which they were presented. What- 
ever tlie case, the accounts were not entered according to any 
recognizabie system of classification. 

NormaUy, the accounts are divided into two main sections, the 
cash account, and the grain and stock account. FoUowing what 
seems to have been a general practice, the scribes on the manors of 
the abbey of Bec in England entered the foimer on the face, and the 
latter on the dorse of a membrane.* This may have been the case 
with the account lolls of the Winchester lands. The cash account is 
further subdivided into Receipts and Expendituie, and ends by 
striking a net balance between the two. The stiucture of an account 
is best iUustrated in the form of a table, though Uttle that is new can 
be added to Dr. HaU's comprehensive table.' 

• Denholm-Yout^, op. eil., p. 133, saya, 'There 13 usnally a noticeable 
siraplification of airai^ment in the counter roll. Items whicb are under 
separate heads in the view are lnmped together in the audit aa one entiy.' 
See his example ou p. 134. 

■ See DoevmenU of ih» E«glish Lands o/ the Abbey of Bec. ed. M. Chibnall, 
pp. 146-85, ^flsrim. 

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INTRODUCTION XV 

I. Cash Account 
A. Receipts 
(i) Statement of arrears plus assised rents. 

(2) Acquittances + deficiencies in rent. 

(3) Summa remanens (a preliminary balance). 

(4) Receipts from the sale of the issues of the manor {i.e. stock, hides, 
grain, wool, pannage, herbage, potfald, and occasionally Peter's 
Pence). 

(5) Purchasia (perquisites of lord's couits). 

(6) Liberatio. 

(7) Summa totius recepte. 

B. ExpendiUtre 
(i) Expensa 

(a) Kepairs to implements, farm buildings (including constnic- 

tion of sheep folds). 
(6) Expense of harvesting and threshing grain crop. 
(c) Of transporting other produce in cases where cairying 

services are uot perfoimed. 
{d) Upkeep of dairy. 

(e) Cost of feeding boon workers in Lent and Autumn. 
(/) Livery of the manorial baiUfi. 

(2) Expensa forinseca 

Items of extraordinaiy expense. (i.e. Cost of providing bishop 
or king, or troth, with hospitality). 

(3) Summa (utriusque) expense. 

(4) Summa totius liberationis et expense. 

When this last total has been subtracted from the total receipts, 
the account ends: 

Et debet. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est. 
II. Grain and Stock Account 
A. Exitus Grangiarum 
The section deals with each grain crop in tum. 
(i) The amount remaining from last year. 

(2) The amoimt 'de toto exitu huius anni'. 

(3) The amount received (if any) from any other manor, or bought. 

(4) The total (not always given). 

Then follows a detailed record of its disposal: 
(i) The amount used as seed. 

(2) tn allowances + provisions. 

(3) In fodder. 



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(4) The amount sold (usually the balance remaining), or the amount 
left over. 

B. Instatmtm 

Taking each type of animal in tum it records: 
(i) The number remaining from last year. 
(2) The number bought or received durit^ the year, plus the number 

comii^ from stock. . 
{3) The number coming from the heriot fine. 
(4) Auy f ound. 

There follow entries recording their disposal: 
(i) In payment of tithes. 

(2) By death or slaughter. 

(3) Bysaie. 

(4) By transference to other manors. 

(5) Those disposed of in allowances made according to the custom of 
themanor. 

(6) The number remaining. 

The account of the yearly production of cheese, mostly for sale, 
together with the fleeces of wool, were included in tliis section too. 

The early date of this present roll may partly explain the com- 
parative simplicity of the structure of the manorial accounts entered 
upon it. The basic divisions of these early Winchester accounts still 
survive in the accounts of the late thirteenth and early fourteenth 
centuries.^ In the intervening centuiy they have undergone a process 
of elaboration to meet new needs.' By the end of the thirteenth 
century, and indeed before it,* the perquisites of the manorial court 
had become the subject of an entirely independent series of racords, 
and the detailed 'Purchasia' section of our roll no longer found a 
place in the manorial account.* A manoiial formulary of the late 
thirteenth centuiy' reveals a lavish use of sectional headings not to 
be found in the early Winchester rolls. 

Having discussed where and how the roll was written, we must 
comment on its purpose. Both Mr. Denhohn-Young* and the late 

> A. E. Levett, The Black Death on the Esfales ofthe See of Winchesler, p. 13. 
■ Ibid., pp. 56-7. Miss Levett tabulates the various snb-divisions of the 
expense section of the later Winchester rolls. 

* Ibid., p. 55, D. 2. Miss Levett condndes, "Tbe practice of copying Court 
Rolls on to the pipe rolls had neorly ceased by 1301'. 

* By the mid fourteenth century thia section had t>een snb-divided into 
'Finea and MBjriages' and 'Perquisites of tlie Court'. Under the latter heading 
only the total pro&t of each court was given. 

* Legat and Manoriai Formularies in Memory of J. P. Gilson, pp. 35-19. 

* N. Denholm-Young, op. dt., pp. 136-30. 



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Miss Levett* have discussed this point in some detail, and Uttle that 
is new can be added. Briefly, then, we may note that the purposes 
of a medieval account roll and a modem balance sheet are funda- 
mentally dissimilar. Whilst the one seeks to indicate the extent to 
which the manorial offidal has fulfilled his obligations toward his 
lord, the other seeks to show the slze of a profit or ioss over a given 
period. From this distinction it becomes obvious that we cannot take 
the net balance, appearing at the end of every account, as indicative 
of profit or loss. A debit may indicate either bad debts accniing over 
a period of years, and inherited by the reeve from his predecessor, or, 
as was often the case with sherifEs rendering account at Westminster, 
money held in reserve to meet any unexpected expenditure during 
the few weeks after the audit. On the other hand, a surplus, treated 
as showing a profit, is completely misleading, for it will often include 
airears from previous years. Other factors, as Denholm-Young has 
shown, must be reckoned with and every item of the account must 
be submitted to a most careful scmtiny t>efore we are in a position to 
declare the precise profit or loss sustained on any one manor. The 
medieval accomit was ideally constmcted to reveal at a glance the 
responsibility of the accounting officials, and how far these responsi- 
bilities were discharged. In an economy that was only just becoming ' 
geared to the idea of production for a market on any appreciable 
scale, profit and loss were not of primary concero to a lord, whereas 
his relations with his manorial officials, and the effidency with which 
they perfomied their customary duties, were. 

D. Melkods of Editing 

The manuscript contains a great deal of variation in the spelling 
of place-names. Where the scribe has dearly indicated his preference 
for a particular form, this form, however inconsistent with previous 
spellings, has been kept. In cases where place-names have been 
severely abbreviated the spelling followed has been that used in the 
heading of an account, or in the list of names at the foot of each 
membrane. In the Winchester account the scribe prefers the spelling 
'stret' to 'strete' {i.e. Flesmangerestret, Garstret, Tannerestret). The 
latinized forms of Anglo-Saxon persoual names have not been pre- 
served, except in cases where there is a dear indication to the con- 
trary. The genitive and ablative forms of Adam, Ade and Ada, 
occur in the roll but not with any consistency and the form, Adam, 
is frequently used in place of both cases. Perhaps the knottiest prob- 
lem that has had to be faced has been the indiscriminate abbreviation 
of the words 'ferramentum', 'feimm', 'feirus', 'ferreus' and 'ferrura' 
as itxx. Whilst 'fermra' is occasionally written in the manoscript as 

' A. E. Levett, Studiei in Manorial History, pp, j8-6o. 



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'ferruf', and 'feiramentum' as ferramt, the real problem has been to 
choose between 'ferramentimi' and 'femom' iised in a particular con- 
text, and abbreviated as tefr. 'Ferramentum caruce' and 'ferrum 
caruce' both mean a ploughshare. Taking our cue from the occasional 
abbreviation of the former as ferranif, that form, the meaning of 
which Hall extends in his edition to cover all the iron parts of a 
plough, has been used in practically every case.* Throughout the 
transcription the singular foims 'decima', 'liberatione' and 'con- 
suetudine' have been used. In his edition Hall uses both the singular 
and the plural forms of all three, though he may be following the 
original; but the singular form 'decima' explains itself, and 'con- 
suetudine' is regarded as the 'custom' of a manor, rather than the 
'customs' of individaal recipients of customary allowances. Similarly 
'liberatione', liveiy, has been regarded as a total quautity to be 
deducted from the yearly produce, irrespective of the number of 
recipients between whom it was divided. 



II, The Organization of the Bishop's Finances 

It is unfortunate that the roll reveals so very little of the finandal 
system that produced it. We must rely for details on the occasional 
comment entered in the roll after the net balance, and in the expense 
section of some of the accounts. From this scanty information two 
main facts emerge. The bishop's finances were founded on a view 
taken in the mid-year, and on a centralized audit. 

For the officials on the Winchester estates, Michaelmas marked 
the end of one financial year and the beginning of the next. Im- 
mediately after Michaelmas the accounts were presented for audit; 
but long befoie this stage was reached, a great deal of preliminary 
work had been done in the taking of the view. Denholm-Young has 
described in some detail the differences between the view and the 
aadit of an account, using as Ulustration evidence from the Fortibus 
and Bigod estates in the late thirtefinth century,* Briefly, the view 
was an interim financial report prepared in mid-year to facilitate the 
compilation of the account roll at the end of the financial year, Per- 
haps Walter of Henley explains the object of the view most suc- 
dnctly : ' View of account was made to know the state of things as well 
as the issues, receipts, sales, purchases, and other expenses, and for 

' M. Chibnall in Documents of tlu English Lands of Ihe Abbey of Bee 
wiitea 'ferramentum caruce' in her ttanscriptioiis, but M. Midgley, op. cit., 
passiiQ, and the author of tbe 'Foima Compoti' in Legal and Matiorial 
Formvlaries in Memory of J. P. Gilson, p. 32, prefer 'ferTum caruce'. 

■N. Denhohn-Young, Seigaorial Adminislration in England, pp. 131-51 
passim, but particolarly pp. 132-3. 



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raising money.' ' As Levi Fox points out with reference to the 
estates of the bonour ol Leicester, the view had not the importance 
at a final reckoning.' Neither the 'visus compoti', nor the actual 
'compotus' rolls for the Winchester manors in the early thirteenth 
century have survived and consequently we know little or nothing of 
the views held there at this time. Two facts however emerge clearly, 
The view was taken by itinerant clerks and laymen of the bishop's 
stafi assisted by several of his military tenants, covering a manor, or 
perhaps several manors within a group, and apparently working in 
pairs.' We may note that Roger Wacelin, the bishop's manorial 
steward, visited most manors and took the view on some of them.* 
Tbe view and the audit were quite distinct operations, the one bemg 
taken probably during Febniary and the other early in October. All 
this is markedly difierent from the system on the Fortibus estates 
where the audit of the last financial year and the view of the current 
one were taken together.^ It was not uncommon on some estates for 
tbere to be two, or even more, views each year. This occuired on 
several of the bishop's larger manors.' 

Whereas an itinerant audit, held by groups of professional 
auditors or 'computatores' sent out from the household, was com- 
mon to many estates in the thirteenth century,^ a central audit is 
found on the Winchester estates. It seems likely that the establish- 
ment of a centralized audit was the result of the conscious imitation 

* Walltr o/ Henliy : Dile Hosebondrit. ed. E. Lamond, p. 33. 

■L. Fox, The Administration 0/ the Honor of Leiceiter, p. 49. In 1313-14: 
the holding ot the view cost ^i 61. SJtf., whereas the holdiog of the audit cost 

*Maiirice de TnrviUe held 2 views at Bitteme, p. 7, Fareham, p. log, 
and MeoD, p. 123. In company witb GeoSrey de Aclent he also held views at 
Downton, p. 34. Geofirey de Caui held a view at Bitterne, p. 7, and 2 at 
BrightweU, p. 57. Denis the chamberlain held 1 views at Pamhain, p. 42. 
Hobert de Hotot held 2 viewB at Wargrave, p. 85. 

* Roger Wacelin held the following views; z at Fareham, p. 109; 2 at 
Taunton, p. 175, and i at Wargiave, p. 85. He may possibly have held views at 
Overton, p. 30, Adderbiuy, p. 70, and at Downtou, pp. 34, 35. 

* N. Denbolm-Youiig, op. cil., p. 143. 

* Tannton, Fainham, Downton, Wargrave, Fareham, Brigbtwell, Meon, 
and BttteTDe. 

' N. Denbolm-Yonng, op. cit., pp. 140-1. As iUustratioa, Denbolm-Young 
points out inatances on tiie estates of the Earl-Marsbal, and Isabella de 
Foitibus. There were of course diversities in piocedure. For instance, tbongh 
the Englisb estates of the Abbey of Bec bad no centraliied system of receipt, a 
central audit of accounts, similar to that held on tbe Wincbester estates, was 
held at Rnislip. See M. Morgan, Tiie English Lands of ihe Abbey of Bec. 
pp. 5S-60. Again, on the estates of the hononr of Leicester, altboogh auditora 
were sent ont from Lancaster, there is no evidence tbat they travelled from 
manor to manor within the honour. They seem rather to have held an audit in . 
December or Januaiy at Leicester Castle. See L. Fox, op. cil., pp. 34-5. / 



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by the bishops of Winchester of the model provided by the royal 
exchequer, with which they were so familiar. Of the actual audit we 
know nothing. We may assume that the sessions iasted from a week 
to ten days. It is obvious that the bishop's two chief Snancial 
officials, John the Dean, his treasurer, and Denis, his chamberlain, 
would be present to receive the cash surplus of each manor, as would 
the manorial steward, acting, if we are to believe the author of the 
'Seneschaucie', in a subordinate capacity to the auditors.^ The 
bi5hop's marshal may have acted in a dual capacity, both as an 
accountant for the scutages levied on the bishop's military tenants, 
and as one of a small body of barons of the bishop's exchequer. He 
may too have been keeper of the writs and taUies, if his duties were 
at all similar to those of his namesake in the royal exchequer. As we 
have seen, the bisbop's knig^ts were responsible for taking the view 
on some of the manors, and their speciahst knowledge would doubt- 
less qualify them to act as barons of the exchequer too. 

In most cases each account was presented jointly by the baihfi 
and reeve.* Who then was ultimately responsible for the accuracy of 
the account, baiM or reeve? The author of the 'Seneschaucie' 
declares that, '. . ■ it is not right that the provost (i.e. reeve), who is 
the lord's chattel, and who reasonably must know much less than the 
baiM.shouldbe punished or answer for the doings of the bailiff . . .'.' 
But Drew* has shown that on the estates of St. Swithan's Priory, it 
was the reeve rather than the bailiff who bore complete responsi- 
bihty. He goes on to argue that this explains the use of tbe slngular 
fonns 'debet', 'solvit', and 'quietus est', after the account has begun 
by usmg the plural form 'reddunt compotum'.' This is undoubtedly 
the case in the present document. According to the anonymous 
'Husbandry*, the accountant ought to render his account on oath,* 

> Op. eil., «d. E. Lamond, pp. 107 and log. 

* At Downton, Meon, and HamUedon, the accounts were rendered by ttie 
bailiff and 3 reeves, apparently botb sharing the office on an equal footing. At 
Fambam and Fareham tbe keeper of thc granary, and at Alresford the 
'berebrettus' were also named as being responsible for the account. 

' Op. cit., ed. F. Lamond, p. 109. 

' J. S. Drew, 'Manorial Accounts of St. Swithun's Priory, TOnchester", 
E.H.R., LXII, pp. 3O-40. 

* Of the 88 rolla of St. Swithun's Prioty, in wbich the grade of the respon- 
sible of&cial is mentioned, in 84 cases he is named as the reeve. In oniy 4 rolls 
13 the bailifi held to be responsible. Drew concludes: 'From all tbis it seems 
dear that 2 or more officials may present an account, but, as soon as the 
question of liability is teached, only one man is affected. . . . It seems therefore 
that tbis matter was govemed by a definite rule. If there was a reeve on tbe 
manor, then the financial responsibility rested solely on him. Only ia cases 
where there was no reeve did tbe UabiUty rest on a serjeant' (p. 27). 

* Op. eil., ed. E. Lamond, p. 61. 



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and in the late thirteentli century an oath in French was actually 
administered to the bishop's steward. The reeves were accotmtable at 
the exchequer for the money income from all sources — for the per- 
quisites of the manorial court, as well as for all customary dues and 
rents, except scutage. It is quite Ukely that doubtful points in an 
account would be resolved by reference to a jury of presentment, 
though there are no specific references to such in the roll. 

Having presented his account, and justified all extraordinary 
expenses by producing tallies or writs of authorization, the reeve 
paid the net balance and received, if he were wise, a formal acqiiit- 
tance from the bishop's treasurer. On only four manors, Bitteme, 
Famham, Bentley and Meonchurch, and in the Winchester account 
itself, do the reeves fail to pay the whole balance. Their debts will 
form the first item of the accounts of these manors at the end of the 
next financial year. Unpaid debts are carried forward from year to 
year so that a reeve often inherited the debts of his predecessor. The 
reeve of Wycombe owed two marks, a debt incurred by R. de 
Twiri^ 'de tempore Ricardi Morel',i We cannot ascertain exactly 
how old the debt was and the two marks were not paid in 1211. The 
Akesford accoimt records a whole list of outstanding debts,* begin- 
ning optimistically enough with: '£t quietus est de hoc anno.' But 
Osbert the reeve and Robert the berebrettus owe £14 35. lod. — 
'unde £10 gs. yd. sunt de reragio temporis Henrici la Martre'. Again 
we do not know how old the debt was, but it was at least two years 
old' and may have been considerably older for the reeve of Akesford 
claims that the debt was inairred 'ante tempus Henrici la Martre', 
from which we may inf er that a manorial official may not have been 
held responsible for the debts of any but bis immediate predecessor. 
There are sundry other debts, and the two officials fine with the 
bishop and are fortunate enough to be quit by the bishop's writ. 
Sums recorded in the roll therefore as debts do not necessarily indi- 
cate ineffident management on the part of the accountants. It was 
possible to take legalactionagainstdefauItingofficials,*but thereisno 
record in the roll of any such proceedings on the Winchester manors. 

Having described, so far as is possible, tbe bishop's central 

audit, we now ask: where was it held? Evidence from the late thJr- 

teenth century repster of John of Pontoise' proves beyond quesdon 

' p. 80. Richard Moiel was bailifi at Wycombe iu iao8-g. See H. Hall, 

p. 32. «p. 146. »p. m6, n. 5. 

• N. Denholm-Young, op. cil., pp. 154-61. 

* Registrum Johannis dt Fontissara, ed. C. Decdes. p. 648. This is the only 
condusive evideace actually naming Wolvesey as the seat of the exchequer, 
'Bcaccarium de Wolveaie', and is dated July 1278. Tliere ia evidence that the 
bi8bop'8 treasury was tbere also. and tbers may have been a traasury there as 
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that at that time Wolvesey Castle was the seat of the bisbop's ex- 
chequer and the adnunistTative centre of his estates. We have found 
no evidence of this earlier than August 1259.* Hubert Hall, apparently 
basing his assumptions on the later evidence, asserts that the epls- 
copal exchequer was held at Wolvesey in the early thirteenth 
century.' In his introduction to the 1208-9 ™^'' dting evidence 
from the text, but without giving precise references, he asserts: 
'Moreover, we have notices in the text itself of sessions of this 
episcopal exchequer (i.e. at Wolvesey) at which the bishop presided 
on certain occasions in person, whilst adjoununents from term to 
term are recorded in the precise foim of the King's Courts at West- 
minster. ' Such assertions are unf ounded. Af ter carefuUy studying the 
text, and particularly the references given by Hall in his index to 
Wolvesey, we can find neither any mention of the 'adjoumments' 
referred to, nor any evidence that the bishop presided over the ex- 
chequer, and indeed it would be more likely, in view of his poUtical 
activities, that the bishop would entrust such matters to the dis- 
cretion of his steward and treasurer. In both the 1208-9 roU, and the 
1210-11 roll, Wolvesey emerges as little more than an episcopal 
residence rather than as a place of audit and account. The evidence 
of the present roll, and in the absence of extemal evidence it cannot 
be ignored, however tenuous, seems to indicate that the exchequer 
was held at Southwark. 

In the Southwark account we find the foUowing entries: 

'In expensis Roberti de Hotot venientis ad scaccarium ad festum 
Sancti Michaelis per 6 dies, 6s. lod.',* and 'In expensb Roberti de 
Hotot venientis ad scaccarium ad festtun Sancti Michaelis per 3 dies, 
4$. iid.',^ and 'In expensis Roberti de Hotot venientis ad scaccarium 
ad festum Sancti Hillarii, &s. per 5 dies'.* 

As we have seen, our roll, written at the exchequer for oflicial 
purposes, is a fair copy of the account roll of each manor, written 
locally, and we may assume that these entries were originally written 
at Southwark. Bearing this in mind, it is significant that the scribe 
writes 'venientis' and not 'euntis'. Apart from the Southwark 
account the word 'scaccarium' appears only once,' and from the 
context is taken to mean a place of audit and account rather than a 
place of deposit, a treasury; and in any case, the fact that Robert de 
Hotot stays for six days, and apparently for an additional three 

' C.F.B. {1258-66), pp. 13, 36. Deilholm-Young's referencea, op. cit., p. 146, 
n. 7, are incorrect. A vague, indirect reference to an e:ichequer at Wolveaey 
in 1254 in the Wincheater annaU mentions only tbe refusaJ of the PrioT to 
account for 'the goods of the church' (not the biahopric) at WolvcKy. Atm. 
MoM., II, 95. 

* H. Hall, Introduction, pp. ix, x. * Ibtd., p. xi. 

•p. 155. 'p. 155. «p. 155. 'p. 14. 



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days, makes the latter interpretation of 'scaccarium* unlikely. By no 
means the most centrally situated of the bishop's manors, Southwark 
might at first appear to have little to recommend itself as the choice 
for the bishop's exchequer. But the 'caput' of an estate was not 
necessaiily its most central point. Isabella de Fortibus used Burst- 
wick and later Carisbrooke in the Isle of Wight as the beadquarters 
of her Devon estates/ whilst the administrative centre of the Earl 
Marshal's estates was not Framlingham, Chepstow, or Bosham, as 
we might expect, but London.* Again, the political activities of the 
bishop would make Soutbwark a more obvious choice than Wolvesey 
as a place of audit and receipt, and Southwark was already the 
economic centre of the estates.' What was more natural, and indeed 
more convenient, than that the bishop's revenues should be audited 
at Southwark, where, as a royal servant of hlgh standing and impoit- 
ance, Peter des Roches must frequently have been in residence?* If 
then the exchequer were held at Southwark, what is the explanation 
of the entry in the Taunton account reading: 'In liberatis Johanni 
decano apud Wlveseiam per i talliam, £i8i 135. 4^.' ' This may be 
the exception to prove the rule. The vast size of the manor and its 
isolated position combined to make its administration exceptional. 
The scutage collected from the bisfaop's military tenants at Taunton, 
for instance, was handed over personally to John the Dean by the 
constable of Taunton,* and not presented separately at the exchequer 
by the bishop's marshal. Such was perhaps the case with the remain- 
ing dues from Taunton. It does not necessarily follow from the fact 
that the money income from Taunton was deposited at Wolvesey, 
that the Taunton account was audited there. On the estates of the 
Abbey of Bec the audit was held centrally at Ruislip, but there was 
no centraUzed receipt.' Admittedly the evidence for asserting that 
the episcopal exchequer at this early date was at Southwark rather 
than at Wolvesey is not conclusive, but Wolvesey appears to have 
been merely an episcopal residence, provisioned and supervised by 
the bi^op's treasurer, and one of the bishop's safe deposits. 

A second point of some interest arises from these entries in the 
Southwark account. What was the purpose of Robert de Hotofs 
joumey to the exchequer, and wby does he alone have his expenses 
paid for him? He does not appear at the exchequer to present any 
accoimt, or to pay scutage for the half a knighfs fee he bolds of the 

I N. Denholm-Youiig, op. cit,, p. 20. ■ loc. cit. 

* The greater part of the wool crop of each manor, after tbe deduction of 
cnstomaiy dues and tithe, was sent, directly or indirectly, to Southwark for 
sale. 

* Winchester House, the town residence of the bishops of Winchester, was 
situatedwitliintheCUnlcUberty. See V.C.H. {Surrey), IV, 146. 

* p. 167. • See IV, below. ' M. Morgan, op. cU., pp. 58-9. 



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tdshop in Tadley, in tfae hundred of Overton.' But, like otfaer of tfae 
bishop's knights, fae is vitally concemed with his lord's financial 
afiairs. During 1210-11 he twice held a view at Wargrave for whicli 
his expenses were again paid. Bearing this in mind, it seems more 
than likely that Robert came to Southwark to sit as one of the 
barons of the exchequer. 

In conclusion we must say a word about the two officials most 
intimately concemed with the bishop's finances — John the Dean, the 
bishop's treasurer, and Denis, his chamberlain. John tfae Dean 
appears in other capacities* but his most important function is that . 
of treasurer, and of the two officials he is the more important. He 
receives in most cases the whole net receipts from the reeve of each 
manor. We have uo record of any disbursements made by him, as any 
cash allowances made for the reeves were deducted from theii 
receipts and not taken out of the central exchequer. Unhke tbe 
monk-deans of Lewes Priory, John does not appear to have had 
either his own seal, or to have been witness to any of the few remain- 
ii^ episcopal charters.' Like his successor in the later thirteentfa 
century,* John appears as the person responsible for provisioning the 
bishop's residence, the castle of Wolvesey, and the evidence suggests 
that Wolvesey was one of the bishop's treasuries, as it certainly was 
at the end of tfae centuiy.' It is imfortunate that one of the most 
important of the bishop's administrative officials must remain in 
such obscurity, 

The identity and activities of Denis, the chamberlain, are no less 
obscure, for no cameral records, if they ever existed, bave survived. 
He receives, along witfa tfae treasurer, a fraction of tfae total net sur- 
plus from the manors of Bentley, Witney, Wycombe, Waigrave 
and Taunton. These sums of money were not paid by the same manors 
each year, nor did the amount received remain constant from year to 
year. It seems quite likely tfaerefore that they were paid on demand 
into the camera at times wfaen tfae funds of the itinerant bishop's 
housebold were low. As in the case of Jofan the Dean, we have no 
instances of any disbursements made by him. He may however have 
been authorized to make loans to local officials in financial difficulties, 
for at Harwell the leeve renders account of 40S. received from the 

' K.CJ/. {Hflnto). IV, aig. » See IV, below. 

»V. H. Galbraith, 'Osbert, dean of Lewes", B.H.R. LXIX. pp. 2B9-303. 
Professor Galbraith F^ards Osbert, witnesa to seveial Lewes deeds between 
e. 1160 a,ad 1172, asthe last of a long line of monk-stewards in charge of the 
distant cell of Heacham on the KorfoUc lands of Lewes Rriory, and as the laat 
lepresentative of on adniinistrative syBtem long abandoned by other Cluniac 
houseB ou the Continent. 

• Regislrum Johannii dt PonHsiara, ed. C- Peedea, p- 473. 

' Ibid.. p. 495. 



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chamber 'per manum Dionisii camerarii'.' As the l>tshop's rep- 
resentative Denis may have authorized certain extraordinaiy ex- 
penditure, as at Famham, where the accounting reeve justifies the 
spending of 55. iid. on entertaining Master Eimerus by noting that 
it was spent 'per Dionisium camerarium'.* His expenses are paid for 
taking two views at Famham,* and on the Sunday before the Puri- 
fication (the date, January 30, suggests that he was holding a view) 
he is at Bitteme for two days.* , 

Such then was the bishop's financial system. Its main features 
were a local view of account held in Febmary, or thereabouts, and a 
regular audit held centrally at Michaelmas each year, probably at 
Southwark. To some degree the central exchequer, hke the bishop's 
hundred courts, and the grouping of his manors into the administra- 
tive unit, the baOiwick, helped to bind together the component parts 
of the bishop's estates. It seems reasonablc to assert that the bishop 
nsed such of his clerks and the laymen of his stafl as were at hand to 
hold the view and audit. The bishop's financial system had been too 
much influenced by the famihar royal model to hnd any use for the 
travelling audltor. The haphazard payment of widely varying sums 
of money into the episcopal camera suggests that cameral funds 
were replenisbed, like the royal chamber, from time to time by direct 
in-payments as the need arose. 

III. Legal Adhinistsation on the Bishop's Estates 

On the Winchester estates the bishop exercised a jurisdiction 
which was franchisal and manonal, the one as a result of the delega- 
tion of T^ahan rights by the Crown, and the other resulting from the 
possession of manors and tenants. We cannot go far beyond this in 
estabUshing distinctions between the bishop's courts as separate 
institutions. Theoretically the bishop held three types of courts on 
his estates. Through his bailiffs he exercised a domanial jurisdiction 
in the customary court or halimote; as lord over his vassals, he held 
a hundred court to which both his military and his other free tenants 
owed suit ; and, fijially, a bi-annual court leet, a criminal court where 
the bishop was enritled to hold such criminal pleas as were not still 
regarded as pleas of the Crown. On most estates at this time such 
difierentiation had not progressed far, and was only to leach its 
culmination in the Quo Warranto proceedings of Edward I.' Mait- 
land would argue that the very terms court leet, court baron and 

>p. 60. »p-4a- 'P-4Z- 

* p. 7. Wincheiter Cathedral Charlulary, ed. A, W. Gaodman, p. 199 (463). 
Sbows him witnessmg a gtaat by John Suthill, abbot of Hyde, to tbe bUhop. 

* N. Denbobn-Yoong. Seignorial AdministraHon tn England, p. 86. 



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customary court are anachronistic, and says, 'It may well be 
doubted whetber any one of these three tenns was in common tise 
even at the end of the thirteenth century'.* He goes so fai as to prove 
condusively that hundred court and bahmote were but two aspects 
of the same court, the halimote, and Vinogradoff arrived inde- 
pendently at similar conclusions.' The haphazard way in which 
the profits from the bishop's courts are entered on the roU seems to 
support such conclusions. If the two courts did not exist as com- 
pleteiy separate institutions, the need for grouping the fines and 
amercements according to the courts in which they were levied 
would not arise. We cannot deteimine the social status of the tenants 
who are named as paying amercements into the bishop's courts, 
though by far the greater majority of them, from the nature of the 
fines they pay, must obviously have been villein tenants. But even if 
this were otherwise, it is extremely unlikely that we should be able 
to distinguish between the bishop's hundred and manor courts by 
arguing the free status of the suitors to the one, and the imfree 
status of the suitors to the other. As Vinogradoff says, 'As there was 
but one halimot and not two, both classes had to meet and to act 
concurrently in it.' ' Only at a much later date can Miss Levett 
describe the functions of a court held by the Abbot of St, Albans 
spedfically for his free tenants.* In the first decade of the thirteenth 
century, the teim 'hbera curia', a term not found in the pipe roU, 
will generally mean httle more than a court to which a lord has an 
exclusive right rather than a court of free tenants.' In this period 
one must think in terms of the abstract, in terms of jurisdictions 
rather than in the more concrete terms of actual courts. 

The foundation upon which the whole legal structure of the 
bishop's estates rested lay in the halimote, and the extent of its 
jurisdiction can best be judged by the wide variety of business con- 
ducted there. Here the customaiy law of the manor was defined and 
enforced. The minoi manorial officials responsible for the smooth 
and effident lunning of the agrarian life of the community weie 
elected in the manoi court, transfers of laud held in villeinage were 
witnessed there, heriot and merchet fines were exacted, and any 
trespass upon the lord's property was punished there. In fact, all 
questions conceming the relationships between the bishop and the 
manorial community were brought into the halimote for settlement. 

The villein tenant who refused to perfoim the customary » 

■ Selecl PUas in Manorial Courts. ed. F. W. Maitlaad, p. xvi. 

* P. Vinogradoff, Villainagf in England, pp. 364-3. 
» Ibid.. p. 385. 

* A. E. Levett, SUidies in Manorial Hislory, pp. i ig S. 

* MftitUnd, op. oit., pp. xix-xx. 



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he owed, or who perfonned them badly, was amerced. Entries on the 
roll recording such fines aie so numerous that it would be tedious to 
enumerate them all here. Chief ofEenders in this category were the 
tenants amerced for ploughing badly, 'pro male arata', or 'pro mala 
arratura',^ or for not ploughing at all.* The standard amercement for 
this offence seems to have been sixpence or a shilling, but at War- 
grave, for some inexphcable reason, Adam de Hulla pays the excep- 
tionally heavy amercement of ten shillings 'pro mala aratura'. 
Refusal by tenants to perforra the carrying services due from them 
was less conunoa. Practically the only reference to canying services 
is found on the manor of East Woodhay, where two tenants are 
amerced twelve pence, 'quia non fecerunt cariagium apud Win- 
toniam'.' Through the agency of fiis manor courts, the bishop en- 
sured satisfactory service from his minor officials directly concemed 
with the annual round of seasonal farm work. We find instances of 
the amercement of the bishop's foresters for failure to supervise their 
lord's woodland adequately.* The heavy amercements of one mark 
in these cases indicate the importance and heavy responsibility of 
this office. The haywards were amerced for failure to protect the 
bishop's crops, growing in the open fields, from stray beasts and 
thieving tenants, and for faihng to keep intact the hedges of those 
fields that were enclosed.* The more skilled manual labourer, the 
smith,' and the carpenter were amerced for ill-executed work, and 
the miller 'pro mala multura'.' Cases of trespass of one kind and 
another are also numerous. The word trespass covers a multitude of 
offences other than personal trespass, the straying of cattle on the 
lord's pasture,^ or park land, the digging of ditches,* the making of 
assarts without the bishop's hcence,^" the cutting down of wood and 
hedges," and fishing in the bishop's private pond." The jurisdiction 
of the manor court covered what might be termed petty criminal 
offences. Petty theft was an amerciable ofience distinct from the 
capital offence of robbeiy,*' Cases of breaches of the peace broi:^ht 
before the court are legion, but only in one instance are we given any 
details of an offence usually described simply as 'pro mellea'.** 

A large part of the profits accniing from the manorial courts did 
not aiise from amercements levied upon offenders, but from fines to 
which the bishop had a customary right. These fines, usually regarded 



•p. 114. 'p. iia. 

' pp. 21, 101, 104- ^<^ ^ supposedly tjrpic&l c&se aee aJso, Maitland, Court 
Bartm, p, 41. • p. log. " p. 64. passirn. 

" P- 83- MaitUnd, Cowri Baron, p. 43. 
" p. 32. Ibid., p. 37. 
" PP- 3*. 33. 56, 64. ^. i°5 (bis). » p. 3«. 



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as indicative of imfree status,* included the merchet fine, leirwite 
and heriot. Whilst instances of villeins paying leirwite, a fine for 
lapses of moral conduct, were rare on the bishop's manors,* the 
merchet or mairiage fine occurs more frequently, being paid even by 
the widows of villein tenants on their re-marrying. Both Miss Levett 
and Robo see the payment of merchet as a registration fee, rather 
than as a sign of gross social inequality.' Miss Levett has concluded 
that the amount to be paid depended upon the prosperity of the 
manor as a whole. On the Winchester estates it would seem to depend 
rather upon the wealth of the individual concemed. Far from being 
fixed by manorial custom, the amount varies not only from manor to 
manor, but fluctuates even within a single manor. We may find in- 
stances of the payment of heriot* both in cash,' and in kind.* Though 
payment in kind still persisted, and was still quite common, it was 
obviously becoming more advantageous to iH concemed that it 
should be commuted to a fixed cash payment. On many of tbe 
bishop's manors this was aJready taking place. FinalJy, fines for the 
transference of land whatever the cause— as the result of a bequest, 
an exchange or sale — were paid during tbe session of the halimote. 
In his monograph on Famham, Robo concludes that though the fine 
is not a heavy one, 'it is possible that custom, which was all powerful, 
fixed for ever the fines paid f or every piece of land. The amounts vary 
widely for the same acreage of land.' ^ Unfortunately we cannot say, 
from the limited evidence of the roll, how far this was applicable to 
the bishop's estates as a whole. We may only note that the amount of 
the fines varies from as httle as sixpence to as much as five marks. 
Frofessor Ault in his discussion of the courts on the estates of Ram- 
sey Abbey' has mentioned a possible distinction between transfers of 
villein land, taking place in the halimote, aad the land of free tenants, 

^ But see Miss Levetfs coaunents on tbo merchet fine in this respect. 
Levett, op. cit., pp. 244-5. ' PP^ 95- ^"5 (bis). 

* Levett, op. cil., p. 238. £. Robo, Mtdiaeval Famham, p. 16. In severaJ 
instanccH the bishop's tenants attempt to prove their social status. or seek 
recognition of the higher aocial atanding they claim, theae lattcr looking 
Buspiciouslylikecasesof faJse pretences, pp. 78 (bis), 79 (bis). Miss Camhasfound 
instances of nhat must bave been very similar cases on the Caria Regis Rolls. 
See H. M, Cam, Liberties and Communilies in Mediaeval England, pp. 131-35. 

* For the fullest discussion of heriot, see N. Neilson, Cuilomary Rents, 
pp. 87 B... and M. M. Postaa and J. Titow, 'Heriots and Frices oa Winchester 
Maaors'. E.H.R., XI (1958-9), pp. 391-417. 

* PP- I'. 39. 60, 69 (bis), 83. 

' Bitteme, Mardon, Famham, Bentley, Brightwell, Witoey, Waigrave. 
This is hy no means aa exhaustive list. Riyments in kind, nsaally horses or 
oxen. appear in the stock accounts of these manors. 

' E. Robo, op. cit., p. 15. 

■ W. O. Anlt, Private JurisdicHoH in England, pp. iS3~1- 



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transfeired in the hundied court. On the Winchester estates it seems 
nnnecessary to make this distinction, as it was not impossible that 
in practice the two courts were fused into one. 

The bishop's hundred courts were not held at any central place 
within the hundred and the roll makes it obvious that each separate 
manor, whether hundredal or not, had its own hundred court. The 
bishop possessed the hundredal manors of Bishop's Waltham,' 
Bishop's Sutton,» Meonchurch,' Fareham,* Downton," Overton,* 
Wargrave,' Famham,' and Taunton,* along with the hberties of 
Akesford,"and Bentley.^^Tumingforamoment to the laterevidence 
of the court rolls, we find that even on manors in foreign hundreds 
the bishop's tenants were exempt from attendance at a 'foreign' 
Iord's hundred court, and paid suit to the hundred court held by the 
bishop on his own manor. According to the terms of a royal charter 
of i2o8^* the bishop was perfectly within his rights in doing so. As 
early as 1236 we find that the tenants of the bishop's manors of 
Bitteme, Fawley and Ower owed suit to the hundred court of 
Bishop's Waltham, even though Bitteme was in the foreign hundred 
of Mainsbridge, and Fawley within the hundred of that name, a 
hundred held by the Piior and Convent of St. Swithun's." Further- 
more, the tenants of these three manors actually paid suit to the 
bishop's hundred court held at Bitteme, as Bishop's Waltham was 
too distant. *' The fact that Brian, a tenant of Fawley, initiates, but 
fails to prosecute, a suit against Walter the clerk in the hundred 
court of Bitteme, confiims that the arrangement described existed 
as early as 1210.^* Attendance at any court meant theoretically one's 
presence within the four walls of the manor house, or wherever the 
court was held. Once there one was not allowed to leave until form- 
ally dismissed, under threat of incurring a fine for contempt of 
court, 'pro sursisa'. But the performance of suit of court meant much 
more than presenting oneself at each session, it tmplied a liabiUty to 
serve on a juiy if elected to do so. It is not surprlsing then to find 

" V.C.H. [Hanls). III, 274. » Ibid., III. 37. • Ibid.. III, 63. 

• Ibid.. III, 209. ' RJI. II, 257. • Ibid.. IV, 197. 

' V.C.H.. {Beths). III, 178. » V.C.H. {Surrty). II, 579. 

» V.C.H. {Somersa). II, 284. " V.C.H {Hanls). III, 348-9. 

>' Ibid.. IV. 27. 

^Eol. Chart., p. 183. 

" V.C.H. {Hanls). III, 303. 

"76«;., III, 275. 

'* p. 6. The bishops of Winchester attempted to go even further and 
compel the tenanta of the prior ancl convent of St. Swithun's to perform suit 
Eit the bishop'a hundred court of Blackheathfield in Pamham, as well as the 
FTior's htindred court in Crondal. This unsatiafactory state of aSain, long a 
point of contention between bishop and prior, was not settted aatil 1284, and 
theu not pennanently. See Crondal Records, ed. F. J. Baigent, pp. 13-16. 



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several instances of amercements for failure to pay suit of court.^ 
Traditionally, the manor and hundred courts met at three-weekly 
intervals, and though we have no indication that this was the case 
on the Winchester estates, there is nothing to suggest anything to 
the contrary. Indeed, the fact that the manor courts on the estates 
of the abbejre of Ramsey* and Crowland' met only twice each year 
may be regarded as entirely exceptional. We should be justified in 
assuming tbat no formal summons to attend was issued, save on the 
occasion of the bi-annual plenary sessions of the hundred court, 
when it was usual to give from eight to fifteen days' notice.* At East 
Woodhay William de Hume was amerced twelve pence, 'pro sum- 
monitio non facta'.* We do not know how ofEences were presented 
before the courts, but the author of the anonymous 'Seneschaucie' 
states that this was part of the hayward's duty, '. . . and he (i.e. the 
hayward) ought to make attachinents and approvements f aithfully, 
and make the dehvery by pledge before the provost, and deliver them 
to the bailiff to be heMd'.* The hayward may only have been re- 
sponsible for tbe presentment of cases of breaches of the customaiy 
law of the manor, and cases of refusal to peifoim the customary 
services which it was his duty to enforce. 

By the end of the century the bishop claimed the right to hold 
the view of frankpledge, the assizes of Bread and Ale, to have his 
own gallows, and to hear pleas 'de namio vetito' on at least seven of 
his manois.' On the manor of Taunton* he claimed the additional 
right to have the chattels of any of his tenants convicted of a felony 
in a royal court. Of these legal franchises we can only find positive 
evidence from the roll that the bishop, in 1210, was exercising the 
right to hold the view of frankpledge, the assizes of Bread and Ale, 
and the hearing of pleas 'de namio vetito*. From a document pri- 
marily concemed with financial matters we can expect to hear only 

>pp. 32. 167. In face of continued refu&al to peifonn snit of contt, the 
bisfaop could enf orce attencUnce by disttaining first the offender^s chattela, and 
then bis land, This is peThaps the explanation behind tbe entcy in the Cnwley 
account where William Dodde pays four ahillings 'pro catallis suis babendis' 
(p. 18). 

' W. O. Anlt, op. cit., pp. 139-41. 

• F. M. Page, The Estales of Croailand A hbey, p. 39. 

• H. M. Cam, The Hmidted and ihe Hundred RolU. p. 167. 

* p. 100. From further evidence (p, 100) we may conclude that WilUam was 
iu fact a forester. 

* Printed by E. Lamond in her edition of WdUer of Henley's Husbandry, 
P- 103- 

' BrightweU iR.H.. 1, 16), Wargrave {R.H..I. 14. 17), West Wycombe (B.H., 

I, 23). Knoyle {R.H., II, 351), Taunton with the borough of Taunton (if.H., 

II, 1*5, 140 and 134, 137), Downton (Jt.H., II, 256-7, 235), ond Adderbuiy 
{R.H.. II. 32). *RJi., II, 140. 



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of those franchises which directly gave rise to a cash profit in the 
form of amercements. Through lack of any contemporary evidence 
it might be unwise to argue from the later evidence that the bishop 
possessed his own gallows, and the antecedent right of passing 
capital sentence upon his tenants tried in his own courts on majoi 
criminal charges normaUy regarded as pleas of the Crown. But by 
royal charter* in 1208 Peter des Roches had been granted the right 
to 'infangenthief and 'utfangenthief', amounting to a right to try all 
cases of theft and robbery, felonies punishable by death, and greatly 
favoured as he was, as a royalist supporter throughout the troubled 
years of John's later reign, the bishop might easily have had his own 
gallows as early as 1210. 

The view of frankpledge was a common franchise, and on the 
Winchester estates, a profitable one. Statistics compiled from the 
roll, covering some of the larger manors,* show that in several cases 
the profits accruing from the bi-annual view amounted approxi- 
mately to one fifth,* and one quarter* of the total revenue of the 
bishop's courts, At Bishop's Waltham and Bishopstoke the propor- 
tion was ahnost one third. These are only approximate figures and 
do not cover all the bishop's manors, but they seem to be a fair 
indication of the financial importance of the franchise. The right to 
hold the view had originally been the prerogative of the sherifi in his 
toum,* and Miss Neilson* says, 'Probably in the majority of cases 
the private view was not exerdsed without some definite recognition 
(usually in the form of a money payment made to the sherifE) of its 
originai character as a regaUty.' She adds however that the view was 
held by the greater lords in complete independence of the sherifE. 
This seems to have been the case on the Winchester estates. We have 
no record that the sheriffs of the counties in which the estates lay 
received any share of the profits of the view, save at Taunton, where 

» Rol. Chart. p. 183. 



Mtmor 


Profitfrom 


Tolalcourl 

profils 


Manot 


Profitfrom 


ToUUcowl 

profiU 


Waltham 
Stokes 


£ «■ ■*. 

2 16 4 

274 
I 6 8 


i *■ <*■ 

7 5 10 
402 


Downton 
Overton 
Bitteme 


l s. d. 

2 8 4 

I 3 8 

10 8 


i ^- d. 
15 16 4 
9 5 4 



Bitteme. 

Overton. Thia ia true also of tho biahop's conrts in the Isle of Wight (not 

• ■ ■ the table). 

W. A. Motris, The Franhphdge Sysltm, pp. 133-9. 

N. Neilson, op. cit., pp. 161 fi. 



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the payment of forty shUlings to the sheriff of Somerset 'pro con- 
suetudine hundredi' ' proves that here, at least, the view was not 
held without some recognition of royal authoiity. William Malet, 
sheriS of Somerset and Dorset, was present at Taunton for at least 
one day in the year,* He may therefore have been actually present 
at the leet, either as ao observer representing the Crown, or he may 
have heard Crown pleas jn conjunction with the bishop*s hundredal 
baihff. Considering the nature of our document we would expect to 
find some record somewhere of other similar payments. We do not, 
and can reasonably assert that the bishop held the view quite in- 
dependently of the sheriff , the situation at Taunton being exceptional, 
and more puzzUng since it was the greatest of the bishop's hundredal 
manors. 

The profits of the view arose from amercements levied upon the 
tithings for the concealment of offences committed by their members, 
and for the conceahnent of persons who ought to have been members 
of a group, from amercements for non-attendance at the view, from 
payments of the tithing penny, and from certain sums paid for 
luispecified reasons. 

The system of 'double presentment' used at the view was first 
discussed by Maitland," and has since been elaborated upon by 
Heamshaw and Morris,* and need not detain us here. Failure by 
the chief-pledge to report any misdemeanours committed by the 
members of his group, the roll describes it as 'conceahnent', was 
punishable by a heavy amercement levied upon the whole tithing.' 
The tithing was again heavUy amerced for the 'conceahnenf of men 
who ought to have belonged to a group.' In many respects the tith- 
ing as a whole was in a similar position to the individual suitor in the 
hundred court, being amerced for failure to perform suit of court,' 
and for contempt of court." The tithings of North and South Twy- 
ford» were amerced 'pro defectu*, whici may refer to suit of court. 

'p. 172. »p. 172. 

■ MaitUnd, Seleet PUas, pp. xxviii-xxxi. 

• F. J. C. Heamsbaw, Leet JuTisdicHon t« England, pp. 51, 68 ff. and W. A. 
Moiris, op. cit., pp. 128-9, '45-6- 

• pp. 5, 17, 22, 27, 49, 167, 181. In the last two cases where the tithing is 
not formed on a territorial bads, it is identified by the name of its chief-pledge. 
Tbis may give the false impression that the chiel-pledge pays the amercements 
involved. 

• We flnd an odd eicception to this at Downton where Geoffrey Curche ia 
atnerced one mark 'quia non fuit in thedinga'. In this case at least the responsi- 
bility is shifted from the shoulders ol the tithing as a whole to those of the 
individual ofiender, p. 32. For a full discussion of tbose who were exempt 
from memberahip of a. tithing and stood outside the frankpledge system, see 
W. A. Monis, op. cit., pp. 72-84, 

'PP-94. 95. 100 (bis), 102. «p. 105. 'p, 11. 



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The tenn is sufficiently vague however to be applied equally well to 
any number of faults committed by the titbings wbilst fuMlling 
obbgations far wider than the cases recorded on the roll would 
suggest. Their main responsibility was the pursuit of fugitives,* and 
the detention of criminal members of their tithing, 

Suit of court, owed as a customary due by viUein tenants, was 
doubtless looked upon as a heavy burden and must have meant a loss 
of valuable time to those who owed it. Members of tithings were 
willing to pay quite large fines for exemption from attending the 
view.* This question of composition is closely linked with the develop- 
ment of the payment of tithing peimy. In origin tithing permy was 
paid to secure exemptioo from personal attendance at the view.* 
Later it developed into a head tax payable by every tithing member 
and the exemption it oiiginaJly secured was then only to be gained 
by the payment of an additional sum seemingly £xed by custom. 
lliis development might paitly explain the large sums of money 
paid by tithings for unspecified reasons.* The simplest explanation 
of them is that they represent the contractions of separate items in 
the bailiffs account made by the clerk as he copied them on to the 
roU, either because they were commonplace, or because he was aware 
that the amounts received were alone of importance to whoever 
might inspect the roll. Such sums are piobably the fusion into one 
entiy of payments of tithing penny and exemption fines. 

At Taunton* we find this imusual entry: 'De 55. de thedinga 
Frioiis Tantonie pro simih' (i.e. conceahnent). Are we to infer that at 
this date the clergy, at least in the area around Taunton, were not 
exempt from membership of a tithing? Let us examine the position 
of the chief-pledge. Normally he was elected to serve for a period of 
twelve months, but the office, like that of the reeve, was one of 
heavy responsibility, and one which the villein would be loath to 
accept. Again, there seems to have been some tendency to keep the 
office in tbe hands of the more wealthy men of the group, says 
Uorris,* though suitable leaders for the groups were often difBcuIt to 
find. Would it not be possible therefore that the men of the tithing 
at Taunton, experiendng just this difficulty, sought to place re- 
sponsibility in the hands of the Prior without his necessarily being 
a member of the group himself ? 

The other common fianchise exercised by the bishop was his 
right to hold the assizes of Bread and Ale,' an aiticle common to all 

' pp. 6, 145. ' N. Neilson, op. cil., p. 169. ' Ibid., pp.i66-8. 

' pp. 32 (passim), 56, 60, 64 (bia), 7g, 84, 114 (passim), 115, 140, 145. 

»p. 167. 

• W. A. Moiris, op. dl.. pp. 104-5. 

'pp. 56, 60, 69 (pasairo), 108 (ter), 114 (ter), 149, 161, 186 (bis). 



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the contemporary lists of articles of the view> The 'Court Baron', 
an ideaiized court guide written for the inexperienced steward, gives 
what is perhaps the best account of instances of breaches of the two 
assizes being brought before the court.* The standard amercement 
for breach of the assize regulations seems to have been sixpence. 
Only in two instances do we find any variations from this amount." 
The oftences are vaiiously described in the roU, 'pro assisa (or sisa) 
male servata', 'pro falso pane', and 'pro parva «rvisia'. The bishop 
had the right to hold pleas 'de namio vetito' or 'vee de naam'.* There 
is only one leference to such a frajichise on the roll.* 

The bishoppossessed sixty knights' feesand hadmiUtary tenants.* 
Did he hold an honour court for them? We have no mention of such 
a court io the roU, and the evidence for the existence of honour 
courts on other estates a httle later in the century seems to point to 
a negative answer. One vague reference in the Famham account 
might provide a slender clue — 'In expensis militum, qui tenuerunt 
curiam Episcopi, zs. ^^d,' ' We cannot conclude, by linking 'militum' 
with 'curiam Episcopi', that this is a reference to an honour court 
held at Famham castle. After a detailed examination of various 
assembhes of knights on the estates of the abbey of St. Albans, Uiss 
Levett concludes, 'This passage in the "Gesta" is the final proof of 
the existence of a court for free tenants, but contributes no evidence 
for the existence of an honour court transacting the business peculiar 
to military tenants.' ' Levi Fox has found evidtence for the existence 
of an honour court on the estates of the earldom of Leicester late in 
the thirteenth century, but has to admit that 'the evidence is dis- 
appointingly fragmentary'.* The roU lists the names of those miUtaiy 
tenants who paid scutage in 1210-11, and the bishop's marshal, 
rather than the bishop himself in his honour court, seems to have 
been fuLy responsible for the conduct of the bishop's mihtary affairs. 
From the limited evidence of the roU then, we cannot say whether 
the bishop held an honour court or not, though we might possibly 
conclude with Maitland that, '. . . the ultimate triumph of the manorial 

' F. J. C. Hearnshaw, op. cit., pp. 43 ff. 

■F. W. Maitland, Cowrl Barm, pp. 23-6. Denholm-Yonng identifies the 
author of at least the first half of the work as Robert Carpenter of Hareslade, 
a small village in the south eastem part of the Isle of Wight, in the manor of 
Wootton. He shows that Robert Caipenter. himself a baihfi on the Delisle 
manor of Wootton, had ample opportunity of studyiug the system of legal 
administration upon the bishop's Hampsliire manors, particularly aX Marwell, 
before wiitins his Courl Baron (c. 1265). See E.H.R., L (1935), pp. 22 ff. 

*pp. 108, 114. 

* Pollock and Maitland, Hislory ofEnglish Laui, II, p. 333. 

' p. 49. • Red Book of tht Excheguer, p. 148. 

' p. 42. ' A. E. Levett, op. cil., p. 129. 

*L. Fox, The AdministraUon ofthe Honor of Leiuster, pp. 63-4. 



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principle as a rule of law, and the fact that some research is necessary 
to discover soch courts (i.e. honour courts) will make us suspect that 
they never were veiy common'.* 

Through the system of his courts, we see the bishop maintaining 
pubhc order and enfordng the social and economic rights of a lord 
over his tenants. Hubert Hall has said, 'It is scarcely too much to say 
that the Compotus Roll of 1209 enables us to reconstruct the con- 
temporary court roll with the help of existing local forms of a later 
date.' ' But a study of the bishop's legal administration from the evi- 
dence of what is primarily a flnancial document must take into 
account two important considerations. Facts of purely legal interest, 
which might find their way into a court roll, are excluded from an 
account roll as irrelevant to its main purpose. Thus questions regard- 
ing the smnmons to the courts, the occasions on which they were 
held, the presidency of the courts, and the manner of presenting 
cases before them will find no answer in the roll, and we are left to 
assume that the general practice on other estates some twenty or 
thirty years later held good for the Winchester estates in the early 
thirteenth century. From this point of view the other defect of the 
roll is that we can constantly see the bishop's legal system from one 
and the same angle, the angle of profit. We are concemed only 
with those cases giving rise to a fine or amercement. Nevertbeless 
the pipe roll is invaluable, both because of its early date, and because, 
in the absence of court rolls, it remains a unique source of informa- 
tion for this period. 



IV. The Bishop's Executivz 

We have already seen something of the officials responsible f or the 
organizatiOD of financial and legal affaiis on the bishop's estates ; but 
what officials were responsible for the organization of the manorial 
economy; who controUed and supervised the labour force upon them, 
and what do we know of tbe functions of the bbhop's own household 
officials? It is impossible to group the officials on the Winchester 
estates according to 'type' or 'function', so varied are their activities, 
b«t we may (rather arbitrarily, it is true) divide them into three 
groups, household officials, mihtary tenants and manorial officials. 

Like most twelfth century baronial households, the bishop had a 
household steward, chamberlain, constable and marshal, though by 
this time constable and marshal had undertaken duties of so wide a 
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at all. In addition, the bishop had bis butler, marshals, cooks, and of 
first importance, a chancery staff of chaplains and clerks. 

It was only natural that the bishop should depend upon his 
chanceiy staff to assist in the task of administration. They form the 
necessary literate element in a system of estate organization where a 
large degree of responsibihty rested upon the shoulders of an illiter- 
ate local executive. We aie able to trace sixteen clerks in the roll 
who must have formed, if not all, at least the greater part of tbe 
bishop's chancery. There is evidence of a great deal of coming and 
going on their part. Unfortunately we cannot tiace the itineraiy of 
any one of them, nor ascertain the purpose of their joumeys. It seems 
possible however that the clerks lent a helping hand in the compila- 
tion of the items of the reeves' accounts shortly after the close of the 
harvest season and doubtless held the view on some manors.* 

Of the bishop's clerks Geoffrey de Cauz has left the clearest 
traces of his activities in the records. He is described on one occasion 
in a royal letter to the bishop as 'clericus noster et vester'* and in the 
bishop's pipe roll he is often involved in transactions which concem 
the lang. Like his colleague, Stephen the clerk, he represents the 
bishop on several occasions,* and went abroad on the bishop's busi- 
ness, with royal licence, in November 1212.* He held two benefices 
by royal gift, Wilmington (Sussex) from 1209, and Rii^wood 
(Hants) from 1214.' It may be the same man who looked after the 
daughters of the king of the Scots during 1213 and wbo was at the 
king's side in Poitou, May to September Z214, and witnessed royal 
acts in Hampshire in 1215 :* but all or any of these references may 
coDcem not the clerk but a 'miles', Geoffrey de Cauz, in the king'5 
service at about the same time.'' 

Another of the bishop*s clerks is Peter Russinol but it is difficiilt 
to determine with any degree of certainty what position he held in 
the bishop's chancery, In an undated charter of confirmation of 

■ H. 5. Bennett, Lift on fhe English Manor, p. 187. 

'Rot. LU.Pat., ii8b. »pp, 65. 172. * Rot. Lil. Fal., gfb. 

■ Rot. Lil. Pat., 8g, Rol. Charl., ig^b. In Septembec 1319, upon the resigna* 
tion of Geofirey de Caui, biahop Peter was ordered by royal letter patent to 
institate a second Geofirey de Cauz, neptiew of the first GeoEErey, to the church 
at Ringwood, 'Salva predicto Galfrido, clerico nostro, avunculo predicti 
Galfiidi perpetaa vicaria SDa. quam babet in eadem ecclesia.' {Pal. RolU, 
(1316-25), 205,) Dnring the first bali of Heniy III'3 retgn there ts abundant 
evidence of a, certain GeoSrey de Cauz, a minor royal servant, but there is 
notbiug to suggest wbich of tbe two Geofireys he was, and be may not bave 
been either of them, 

• DotMmtnls of EngUsk History, cd. H. Cole (Record Comm.), pp. 257, 259, 
362, 366, Rot. Chart., iggb, 3aia, 305^, sogb; cf. Rol dt Oblatis, etc., p. 513. 

' Rot. dt Liberatt, etc., pp. 164, 183, 233, Docummts of English Hislory, 
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Peter des Roches^ he is described as 'custos sigilli'. This, however, is 
the only document in which he is so described, and is in fact the sole 
document in wbich he is mentioned before the 1230's.* From 1233 
to 1238 he appears to have been very active in the bishop's service. 
In 1233-4 he witnesses two chaiters, one of them an episc^pal 
charter,* and in June 1237 and June 1238 he witnesses two further 
acts of bishop Peter.* In none of these documents is he ever described 
as chancelloT. On the death of Peter des Roches in June 1238, he 
surrenders, along with Humphrey de Millers, the castles of Famham 
and Taunton to the king.' Between 1240 and 1250 Peter Russinol is 
again mentioned as a witness to the confiimation of a grant by 
Richard, Earl of Comwall, to the Prior and Canons of Selbome.' The 
last we hear of him is in April 1251 when he is chosen as one of four 
arbitrators in a dispute between the Prior of St. Swithun's and 
Stephen Longespee conceming lands in Hyneton,' 

We find Master Robert Basset acting for bishop Peter jn some 
capacity as early as March 1206,* but his importance as bishop's 
clerk can best be judged from two entries in the account roll which 
reveal him acting as the bishop's representative before the justiciars 
of the Forest at Wilton and before the King at Freemantle.* Between 
1205 and 1210 he appears as witness to a grant by the Earl of 
Gloucester to Eustace de Greinville and to a charter of Peter des 
Roches.*" He is witness to a fnrther charter granted by bishop Peter 
between 1210 and 1216 to Herbert, Bishop of Salisbury,'* In July 
1232 Uaster Robert initiates an assize of novel disseisin against the 
abbot of Chertsey, John de Ebbesham, and William Tropinel,*' and 
ts last mentioned in the records in 1233 when he appears to be stUl 
in the bishop's service." 

On the Winchester estates the military duties of the marshal were 
peiformed by an individual never described in the pipe roll by tbis 
offidal title. The office appears to have been filled in 1210-11 by a 

I Selb. Carl., II, p. 3. The editor, W. D. Macray, assigns this docnment to 
the period 1205-10. 

■ References in the Public Records to a Master Peter R, refer to a Peter 
Rosainol who became precentor of York in 1213 and who died by 1319. See 
C. T. Clay, 'The Early Precentora and Chancellora of York", Joumai o/ York- 
shire Archatotogical Socitty, XXXV {1941), p. 126. 

» C. Ch. R. (I2J6-S7) 186, Selb. CaH. II, pp. 4, 5-16, 63. 

• Stlb. Carl. I, p. ai, C. Ch. R. IV, 394. 
' C.P.R. (i23a-47). '»4- 

• Sdb. Cart. II, p. 49. 

' Wine. Cath. Carl., p, 234 (551). 

• Rot. Lit. Pai., 60. » pp. 34, 96. 
'• Stlb. Cart., II, p. 63, p. a. 

" Begister ofSt. Osmund, ed. A. R. Jones, R.S„ I, p, 323. 
"Pat. RoUs {iMS-31), 521. "SeW. Carl., I.p. 6. 



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certain Achard, who certainly bore the title in 1236.^ He receives 
hospitality at Clere whilst on his way to meet the king,* and is 
responsible for the collection of scutage from the bishop's military 
tenants, The title of marshal appears to have been reserved for 
several men concemed with the care of the bishops horses, and who 
seem to be little more than stable hands. It is to GeofErey, Walter 
and Robert, marshals, that large quantities of fodder, sent from 
vaiious manors for the bishop's horses, are deHvered.* It is quite 
likely that these men were placed under the supervision of Achard, 
which recalls the similar position of the raarshals of the early 
Capetian royal households in France,* Minor officials of the bishop's 
household, his two butlers, David and Thomas, and Nicholas, Peter, 
Stephen and Wajter, his cooks, are mentioned In the rolt as receiving 
small quantities of foodstuSs for the bishop's private use.' 

In 1210-11 William de Sorewella and Geoffrey de Moneta were 
constables of Taunton and Famham* respectively. The roll offers 
Uttle information that might clarify the constables' duties, other 
than those of accounting for the revenues of the manor in which the 
castle was situated,'' and of coUecting the scutage due there.' 
Denholm-Young suggests that, unlike their twelfth-century equiva- 
lents, such men 'had little to do with the command of ganisons, for 
often they were not themselves knights, but much with the holding 
of courts and the receipt of money'.* The successful career of William 
de Sorewella bears out this statement. Between 1218 and 1225, he 
was joint sherifi of Hampshire with bishop Peter, and during some 
part of 1225 was joint sherifl of Somerset with Jocelyn, bi^op of 
Bath,^" As sherifE of Hampshire in 1220, he was responsible for the 
collection of the carucage due from that county.^^ In Febraary 1225 
he was one of those appointed to collect the fifteenth in Hampshire," 
and in the following year crowned a successful career as an itinerant 
justice for Hampshire, Dorset and Wiltshire. During 1226 and 1227 

' Crondal Reeords, ed. F. J. Baigent, p. 407. 

«p. 97. 

■ Geofirey, marshal, pp. 13, 33 (ter), 117. Robert, marahal, pp. 15, 117. 

* A. Lucbaire, Manuel des InstituHons FraHfaises, Part IV, Chapter z, p. z86. 
*PP-37. 72. 99(bi8). 

' E. Eobo, op. cil., p. 44. 

' Along with the reeves, Geo£Frey de Moneta renders accoant for Farnham, 
and foT the neighbonring; manor of Bentley. 

' WiUiam de Sorewella, and not the bishop's marsha], makes himself 
req>onsible for handing over the scutage of Taunton to John the Dean. 
See II, above. 

• N. Denliolrn-Voung, op. cit., p. 33. 

" E. Foss, Biographia Juridica, p. 624. 
" Book ofFees, p. 1438. 
"Pal. Rolls (1216-25), 5^- 



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he held assizes of novel disseJsin and darrein presentment,^ though 
as early as 1221 he had been appointed with three others as justice of 
an assize of novel disseisin over lands in WiJtshire.* 

The bishop's knights form the second of our three veiy arbi- 
traiily divided groups. Experts in finance,* they may also have had 
duties of a legal nature, and at least one of the bishop's knights was 
responsible for holding a hundred court on the manor of Hambledon.* 
Mauiice de TurviUa is probably the most active and certainly tlie 
most prominent ot the knights. Joint custodian, with William de 
Falaise, of Winchester Castle in 1215,* he acted as the representative 
of Peter des Roches in the latter's suit against the Prior of Winchester 
and Richard de Westwood, late in 1214.' He was prominent as a 
county coroner of Gloucesteishire, a post he held until 1225,' and as 
an itineiant justice of Wiltshire, Beikshire, Oxfordshire and Hamp- 
shire. In 1206 along with Waltei de Andely, another of the bishop*s 
kni^ts,' he acted as one of the twelve knights on two Grand Assizes.* 
Robeit de Hotot and Eustace de Greinville both held militaiy fiefs 
of the bishop. Robert de Hotot held half a knighfs fee at Taiey in 
the hundred of Overton,^" and Eustace de Greinville a third of a 
knighfs fee (conveyed in 1210 by Aumaric, Earl of Gloucestei, to 
Bishop Peter des Roches},*^ in Mapleduiham.^* In 1215 Eustace acted 
as constable of the Towei of London.i' Early in the following leign 
he is employed by the king and is described as 'senescallus nostei'.^* 

We may tum now to the officials of oui third and last gioup, those 
most directly concemed with the organization of the manorial 
economy. The bishop's estate stewaid stood at the apex of a pyra- 
mid of manorial executive ofiicers, the wide base of which was 
foimed by the local executive — reeve, hayward and beadle. As on 
other estates" he had the responsibility of general supervision, and 
we may gain some idea of the wide variety of his tasks from the 

'Pa/. RoUs (1335-32), 79, 85, 165. ' Ibid. (1216-25), 3io- 

• See II, above. ' p. 131. 

• Rot. Lit. Pat., 136. ■ C.R.R., VII. 175. 

' Rot. Lit. Claus., II, a^b. • V.C.H. [HaHts). IV, 185. 

*C.R.R.. IV, 78, 99. '57, 289. 

" V.C.H. (Hants) IV, 219; C.C.R.. III, 312. 

" Stibomt Ckartcrs. ed. W. D. Macray, II, 63. 

" V.C.H. {Hanls). m, 116; Selb. Cart., II. 63. By a charter dated 1226, the 
bishop confiima to Eustace the lands and tenements wbich Aumaric gave him 
in his manor of Mapledurham. Selb. Cart.. II, 64. 

" Rot. Lil. Claus., I, 332. 

I* Rol. Lii.Claus.,1, 3gjb. Heisapparentlystiltin theking'sservicein 1231. 
Cal. Close RoUs. 1227-31, p. 547. 

'* L. Fox, Adminislralion 0/ tht Honor of Leicesler, pp. 29-30. E. Miller. 
Abbey and BishopHc of Ely, p. 260. N. Denholm-Yoang, op. cit.. p. 14, for the 
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anonymous 'Seiiescha.ucie'.^ Master Robert Basset is described as 
'seneschal of the bishop o£ Winchester' in a charter probably dated 
between 1205 and izio,* but the pipe roll shows that Roger Wacelin 
was very active in the duties of stewatdship in this year and may 
aheady have succeeded to the office in which be appeais, many years 
later, in 1227.' 

Stenton is able to assert that in the twelfth centuiy, though the 
senescallus is 'hls lord's executive officerwithin the honour at large. . . 
the presumption is that a lord will transact tiis legal business in per- 
son'.* In the early thirteenth centuiy this is no longer the case, and 
aheady judidal duties, Uke those of the bishop of Ely's steward,' are 
beginning to take prime place in his activities.' By the end of the 
centuiy the steward's legal work had become almost all-absorbing, 
until more and more of his economic duties were delegated to sub- 
ordinates, as was the case on the estates of the abbey of St. Albans 
about the same time.^ His was the duty of presiding over the bi- 
annual court leet on each of the bishop^s hundreds and mahors, and 
possibly over an occasional hundred court.' The roll throws little or 
no Ught on Roger Wacelin's judicial activities. Though we can trace 
the manors he visited during the year, we are unable to discover the 
object of his visits, which may have been ones of routine inspection 
and supervision. The fact that he visits all nine of the bishop'3 
hundredal manors* and many of the larger manors in 'foreign' 
himdreds"might suggest that hewasin fact holdingcourts leet there. 
Evidence of two separate visits during the year to each hundredal 
manor, save Wargrave and Bishop's Sutton, strengthens this 
hypothesis. 

Though Roger Wacehn may not have enjoyed a social position 
equal to that of the seneschals of the bishop of Ely in tbe first half of 
the thirteenth century," or to that of the stewaids of the honour of 
Leicester early in the foUowing century," he was by no means a man 
of smaU significance. Like them, he was of the knightly class and 
appeais in the king's seivice as early as August i203.''DuiingJohn's 

» Waller o/Henley, ed. E. Lamond, pp. 85-9. *Selb. Carl., II, 63. 

• Rol. Lil. Claus.. II, 2oib, 

• F. M. Stenton, Tht First Ctnlury of English Feudalism, p. 76. 

• E. Miller, op. eil., pp. a6o-i. 

' H. S. Bennett, op. cil., p. 160. 

' A. E. Levett, Studies in Manoriai Hisfory. p. 103. * See III, above. 

• Fambam, Overton, Wargrave, Fareham, Bisbop's Waltham, Meonchnrch, 
Dowuton, Bisliop's Sutton, Taunton. 

1* Twyford (Fawley Hundred) ; Crawley and Mardon {Buddleaga,te Hun- 
dred); Biightwell {Moreton Hundred); Southwark (CUnk Hundied). 
" E. Miller, op. cil., pp. 265-8. 
" L. Fox, op. cil., pp. 33-5. " Rot. Lib., 60. 



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Irish campaign in the Svunmer of izio, he was apparently present in 
the royal army in Ireland and seems to have been the recognized 
representative of the bishop^ He was still in episcopal service in 1227, 
when he is described as 'senescallus P. Wintoniensis Episcopi'.' 
Duiing the 1230's he is witness to several charters concemed with 
various parcels of land granted to the priory of Selbome,* and even 
witnesses one such grant between 1240 and 1250.* Having acquired 
professional traimng and sound practical experience in estate 
management, it was probably a stmple matter for the estate steward 
to pass from private into royal service, either as sherifi or itinerant 
jusrice, and by 1230 Wacelii's position was greatly improved. For 
two years, between October 1232 and October 1234, he was sherifi 
of Hampshire, during which time he was also appointed, during 
pleasure, custodian of Porchester and Winchester Castles.* It is 
doubtful if at this time Wacehn was still in the bishop's service, 
though he attests three episcopal charters,* between March 1234 ^^ 
June 1238. 

A study of the roll reveals that a second person, and to a lesser 
extent a third, were sharing the duties of steward, an arrangement 
common on ecclesiastical and lay estates alike throughout the thir- 
teenth century,^ Of this triumvirate at the head of the ministerial 
hierarchy Roger Wacehn was undoubtedly the most important. His 
'assistants', as we might call them for want of a better word, are 
John the Dean, and Stephen the clerk. As we have seen, the actlvities 
of John the Dean he in quite a different direction.* He appears how- 
ever to be the official receiver of produce, including large quantities 
of oats, com, salt, eggs, cheese and hens,* but not wool, sent to 
Wolvesey from manois as near as Crawley and as distant as Taimton, 
commodities sent to provision the hishop's residence lather than for 
marketing. Stephen the clerk on the other hand is found acting in a 
capacity similar to that of the 'senescallus hospicii' of a later date. In 
this connection it is interesting to note that aheady in the summer of 
1210 his name is linked with that of Roger Wacdin as the bishop's 
representative in the royal army in Ireland,"* though he was in the 
service of the bishops of Winchester at least as early as 1199." Betng 

I Rot. d» PnstiHf, 179, 103. ■ Rot. Lil. Claui., II, 30ib. 

■ Stlb. Cart., I, pp. 6, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22. Ibid., II, 4, 5, 47, 64, 65. 

* Stib. Cart., I, p. 31. ' C.P.R. (1232-47), 13. 

'Seib. Cart.. I, pp. 17, 23. Cal. Ch. RoUs, IV, 394- 

' N. DeHkOlm-YouHg, op. cit., p. 67. ■ See II, above. 

*pp. 14 (bis), 16, 20, 24, 25, 26, 99, iig, 127, 128, 177. 

" Rol. ieFrestHis, 175-9. See also ibid., 188, 197. 

" In 1199 Stef^en witnesses a ctauter ol Bisbop Godfrey de Lucy. He is 
witness to a Kcoad charter of Bishop Godfrey probably in 1200. Winchesier 
Caffudral Ckarttitary, ed. A. W. Goodmati, pp. 41(90] and 169(393). 



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more closely connected with the bishop's household than either 
WaceUn or John the Dean, Stephen seems to have been the bishop'5 
purveyor on quite a large scale — dealing with 29,130 dried herrings, 
deUvered to him at Fareham to be handed over to the bishop's cook,' 
118 flitches of bacon, 27 cheeses, and the carcases of two oxen at 
Waltham,* and 104 flitches of bacon and 70 hens at Southwark,' to 
mention but a few instances. UnUke his two colleagues, Stephen 
seems to have joumeyed in the bishop's retinue and to have pro- 
vided for the more immediate needs of the household frora the 
manors they visited. 

The baiUfl held an intermediate position in the hierarchy, 
between the steward at the centre and the reeve upon each manor. 
We cannot be more precise. From the roll only two indisputable facts 
emerge, that the Winchester baihffs presented the manorial account 
jointty with the reeve before the bishop's exchequer, and that they 
are salaried oSicials. We do not know how the bishop appointed his 
bailifEs but it seems likely that it was at his personal selection rather 
than by election in the manor or hundred court. We may assume that 
he would perform some such general duties of supervision over the 
reeves and over the actual fanning of the manors, along with that of 
presiding over manor and hundred court, as are described by his 
contemporaries.* On the Winchester estates the manor rather than 
the baihwick appears to have been the bailiSs' unit of administration. 
Each of the bishop's lai^^r manors had their own bailiff. Several of 
the smaller manors however were grouped together under the super- 
vision of a single baihff.' The formation of such larger units was not 
an uncommon feature of thirteenth- and early fourteenth-century 
administration, providing as it did one solution to the problem of 
administering extensive estates.* In most cases the Winchester 

ip.112. 'pp.iig.iao. •p.i57(bis). 

* Walter oj Henley, ed. E. Lamond, pp. 89-97. 

*Geofirey de Aclent wa^ responsible for: Cheriton, Beauwortb, Bisluip's 
Sutton, Alresford, Wield. A certain ' J. setviens' fot: Clere, East Woodliay, 
Aahmansworth and Itchingswell. 'Ricardus serviens' for: Brightwell, Harwell, 
Witney and Adderbury. 

' The enonnous estates of the Earldom of Comwall were divided into 
9 'bailiwicks' of great extent usder 9 stewards. See M. Midgley, Ministcrs' 
A ccounts of tke Earldom of Cornwall, Introduction, pp. xix-xxiv. The lands of 
the honor of Leicester were divided into 8 bailiwicks. See L. Fox. op. cit., 
p. za. Duchy of Lancaster estates; D. Oschinsky, 'Notea on the Lancaater 
Estates in the i^th and i^tli Centuries', Transactions of Ihe Historic Sodety oj 
Lancs. and Cheskire, Vol. 100, pp. lo-ii. 

For other estates see: M. Morgan, Bnglisk Lands ofthe Abbey ofBec, p. 55. 
D. Douie, Archbiskop Peckam, p. 73, and F. R. H. DuBonlay, 'The F^ham 
Estates of the Archbishops of Canterbnry during the ijth Century', History, 
N.S. XXXVIII, No. 134 (1953), p. 202. F. M. Page, Tke Estales of tke Abbey 
of Crowland, pp. 12-13. 



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bailiils received an annuaJ livery of 6os. lod. On the two smaller 
manors of Bitterae and Wycombe however, the bailifEs' remunera- 
tion only amounted to 20s. and 275. respectively, but their duties on 
manors of this size would be comparativeiy light. Again, Wilham de 
Daramartiii, bailiff of Overton, received only 52S, 2d., but he may not 
have completed a full year in office there. 

A study of the salaries paid within the baihwick of Geofirey de 
Aclent and in that of Taunton reveals interesting inequalities. It is 
clear that at Taunton, WiUiam de Sorewella, imlike his colleague at 
Famham, did not combine his duties as constable with those of 
bailifE. He seems to have delegated these duties to William de 
Ferham and Wilham de Swapham, who together receive £6 os. 2od. 
(presumably 6os. lod. each) for their services. Two 'janitors' to- 
gether receive 6os. Tod. They were no doubt responsible for keeping 
the castle gate, and acted as jailors to any prisoners imprisoned in 
the castle.^ Geoffrey de Aclent too appears to concem himself only 
with the presentation of the accounts of the hve manors under his 
supervision, for the reeve of Wield seems to have been paid for caiiy- 
ing out Geoffrey's other duties. On the five manors of the group, save 
Wield itself, the reeve receives a livery of 40S., a handsome retum for 
his task as baihffs deputy, particularly as the reeve was not normally 
a salaried official at all. The affairs of Wield itself were left in the 
hands of Adam the serjeant, Such an administrative arrangement, 
though quite exceptional, must have suited local convenience. 

The reeve, of all the manorial officials, is the one to invite most 
speculation. He is the most important man on the manor, the chosen 
leader of the villein community, and yet nomially receives no wage; 
he is supposedly ilhterate, and yet is responsible for the drawing up 
of a most detailed account. Being of a lower social stratum than the 
baihff, the reeve must unfortunately remain as nothing more than a 
name. We do not know how the reeve was appointed on the Win- 
chester estates. Walter of Henley urges that he be elected by the 
whole villein community.* We must beware however of attritmting 
a uniform system of appointment on all the bishop's manors, where 
perhaps no unifomiity existed.' 

After examining the manorial records of several estates, mostly of 
the early fourteenth century, Mr. Bennett is able to conclude, " . . . by 
the fourteenth century at least, the reeve was often as pemianent an 

> They probably perfonned duties similar to tbose of tbe porters on tbe 
Lekester estates. See L. Fox, op. cil., pp. 42-4. 

■ Waller of Henley, ed. E. Lamand, p. 11, 

■ From the manorial records of other estates, it is obvious tbat metbods 
of selecting the reeve varied even from manor to manor on the same estate. 
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officer, despite his servile ongin, as was the serjeant or bailiff.i It is 
reasonable to assume that any lord would not Hghtly refuse the con- 
tinued services of any tenant who showed some aptitude for the 
office. On many of the bishop's manors, as early as the second decade 
of the thirteenth century, the same reeve remains in office for several 
years in succession. The pennanence of the reeve in office on tbe 
\A^chester estates refutes Miller's general description of the reeves' 
work on the estates of the bishopric of Ely as 'essentially amateur'.» 
The reeve on the Winchester manors was no novice whatever the 
case on the Ely estates, 

- More closely connected with the work performed on the manor 
than either the baiUff or stewajd, the reeves' duties were both heavy 
and all-embradng. To select but a few items from what would be an 
ahnost endless and tedious catalogue of his functions: he was 
charged with the collection of the rents due to the bishop from tbe 
manor, with the collection of the perquisites of the bishop's manorial 
oourts, with the payment of wages due both in cash and in kind, with 
the general supervision of the farming operations, ploughing, sowing, 
harvesting, threshing, with the ensuiing of a sufficiently numerous 
and healthy livestock, and finally with the supervision of repairs to 
mills, manor house, faxm implements, and all maimer of building 
(q>erations. In retum he received an acquittance of rent, usually of 
5s. about this time, and certain other privileges, including on some 
manors a small grain allowance, and on most manors a fleece of wool. 
The remuneration for such heavy duties seems small, but the reeves 
doubtless found other ways and means of recouping themselves.* 
The roll then gives the impression of the reeve indispensable to the 
smooth running of the manor, of an official upon whom rests primary 
responsibility for the profit or loss incurred by the manor in any one 
year. 

In conclusion, some brief mention must be made of the hayward 
and beadle, the reeves' colleagues on the manor. We know nothing of 
their duties from the roU, but must assume that their activities 
resembled rather closely those of their equals on the Ely estates.* 
Traditionally, as his name suggests, the hayward was responsible for 
guarding the bishop's crops, and for maintaining the hedges and 
ditches protecting tbem from stiay cattle which it was his duty to 
impound. The anonymous 'Seneschaucie' informs us that it was his 
duty to present all offenders against the customary law of the manor 
before the manorial court." The beadles' duties were of a police 

» H. S. Bennett. op. cit.. p. i68. ■ E. MiUer, op. eit., p. 253. 

• H. S. Bennett, op. cit.. pp. 173-5. J- S. Drew. 'The Mananai Accounts of 
the PrioTy of St. Swithuii's, Wincheater'. EM.R., LXII (1947), pp. 39-40. 

* E. Miller, o/>. eit., pp. 354-3. * fValttr ofHutUy, ed. E. Lamoiid, p. 103. 



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nature, the attachment of criminals, and the summoning of oSenders 
before the lord's court. In practice the duties of both seem to be 
peiformed by one man, for where the hayward is recorded in the roll 
as receiving an acquittance there is no mention of a beadle and vice 
veisa. At Mardon and Waltham alone are both officials named In the 
account. Where neither is mentioned we assume that their duties 
were added to those of the reeve. 

A study of the executive on the Winchester estates leads us to the 
conclusion that the ftmctioning of the administrative system was in 
every way orthodox. Within the traditional framework is infused the 
talent and abiUty of the bishop's household stafi, and chief among 
these the diaplains and clerks, who provide the literate element. It 
was from the bishop's chancery that the men who assisted in the 
office of steward, and who acted as the bishop's representatives, 
came. The roll makes it clear that the bishop's military tenants were 
key men in the organization of his finances. They may also have 
pkyed a part similar to the knights on the episcopal estates of Ely,^ 
to which the system on the Winchester estates hears many close 
resemblances. It is possible that together they acted as an occasional 
advisory body, though nothing resembling a formally constituted 
baronial council exists on the bishop^s estates in the thirteenth 
century. At least one of the bishop's military tenants, Maurice de 
Turville, rose to some eminence as a roj^al justice, and Roger Wacelin, 
the bishop's steward, and William de Sorewella, the constable of 
Taunton, both aspired to the shrievalty. Here, then, in the Wshop'» 
service early in the thirteenth centuiy were men of some importance, 
acquiring a sound administrative training, which, in the next 
twenty years or so, would enable them to pass from episcopal into 
royal service. 



V. CONCLUSION 

Historians writing the administrative history of the Winchester 
estates duriog the late thirteenth and early foiurteenth centuries may 
draw upon a number of complementary sources of material — 
custumals, manorial extents, court rolls, and episcopal registers. The 
absence of such supplementary records for the early thirteenth cen- 
tury obviously enhances the value of the present roll, whatever its 
limitations may be. The roU is of course primarily an economic 
document, and information likely to be of use to the student of 
administration is not always immediately apparent, is often scanty, 
and is always incomplete. But the account roU, even more than the 

> E. Miiw op, cit., p. 34Q. 



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later manorial extents and custumals, reveals the manorial com- 
munity in motion, clearly indicating the relationship between the 
bishop and his tenants, free and unfree, for this after all was laigely 
its purpose. From the evidence it provides, we have seen how the 
bishop, through his courts, safeguarded and enforced the customary, 
financial, and legal dues which he claimed as a feudal lord from his 
tenants; how the many episcopal manors, some of them isolated, 
were administered tfirough the medium of the bishop's courts, the 
institutions of view and audit, and by a judicious delegation of 
episcopal authority to a literate bureaucracy at the centre, headed 
by the manorial steward, to whom a whole hierarchy of local manorial 
of&cials were responsible— this at a time when the conduct of other 
estates, lay and clerical alike, is still wrapt in obscurity, and was 
to remain so for at least another fifty years. 



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MANORS 

page 

Biteme ........ 5 

Twiforda 9 

Craweleia ........ 16 

Mereduna 21 

Stokes 26 

Duntona 30 

Femham 38 

Benetl^ 45 

Overtona ........ 48 

NoTwaltham ....... 52 

Brihtewella 55 

Harewella 60 

Witteneia 63 

Edburgeberi 68 

Insula 73 

Wicumbe 78 

Weregrave 82 

Cnoel 88 

Clera 93 

Widehaie gg 

Esmeresworde 102 

Ecbeneswella 104 

Fereham 106 

Waltham 112 

Mienes Manerium lao 

Menes Ecdesia 125 

Hameledima ....... 129 

Cheritona ........ 133 

Beworde 137 

Suttona 139 

Ah^ford 144 

Alresford: De Burgo 148 

Walda 149 

Suwerke 153 

Molendinum de Suwerke 157 

Ministerium Wintonie 158 

Tantonia i6a 



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Cumba i8o 

Rimptona i8i 

Scutagium 184 

Fonim de Alresford 185 



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Af.r. 

S(tan)* hau 

Jofaannes firmarius de Stanham reddit compotum de 30$. de tota 
fiima sua. In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, 30S. Et quietus est. 

Firmarius de Ore reddit compotum de 265. de tota firma sua. In 
liberatis J(ohanni) decano, 26s. Et quietus est. 

Fimiadus de Faleleia reddit compotum de 46S. de tota firma sua. 
In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, 465. Et quietus est. 

Biterne' 

J." serviens, A.' prepositus reddunt compotum de £6 75. 5d. de 
toto gabulo assiso. Et de 35. 6d. de incremento huius anni. £t de Ss. 
de firma parvi molendini. Summa: £6 155. ud. 

In quietanciis i prepositi peramium,45. ; z carrucarii* per annimi, 
3s. Summa: 75. 

Summaremanens: £6 8s, iid. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 225. 9^. de pannagio. Et de 35. ^d. 
de herbigagio.* De 2s. de nucibus venditis. De 2is. de 126 acris teire 
locandis. De ^s. de 12 ovibus vivis venditis in festo Sancti Martini. 
Et de iis. id. de dimidio pondere 9 libre minus grosse lane, cum 25 
velleribus agninis. Et de 14)1^. de pellibus 3 multonum, 9 matricum 
ovium, I hoggetti. Et de 12^. de pellibus Z4 agnorum. Et de 21S. 8d. 
de 3 ponderibus z8 libris casei venditis. Et de 35. 91/. de coriis i 
vacce, 3 boviculorum, i genicule, i avri venditis. Et de i2d. de melle 
vendito. Summa; £4 135. lod. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 31S. dd. de 9 quarteiiis fiumenti 
venditis, £t de 7S. 5^. de 2 quarteriis l bussello siliginis venditis. 
Summa: 38S, ii\d. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de i2d. de Ricaido filio Augustini pro 
fine terre. Et de 45. de thedinga Ricardi Baldewini pro concelamento. 

* Obliteiated by a slight tear in the left hajid margin ot membrane. 

■ Written in capitala in the left-hand margin of membiane contnuy to the 
nsual practice of allowing tbe title of eacb manor a separate line. 

' In the present account there is no indicatlon of the names for which these 
initials stand. In the toII edited by H. Hall. the 'serviena' ia named Johannes, 
and the reeve Azo. See H. HaU. p. 30. 

* More nsnally spelt 'canicarii'. 

* The UBual speUing ia 'herba^o'. See N. Neilson, Cuitomary Rtnts, p. 75. 



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6 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOFRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Et de i8d, de Siwardo pro lege relaxata. Et de 6d. de Radulfo Longo 
pro simili, £t de 6d. de Ailwino Belgh(am) pro siinili. Et de 6d. de 
Roberto SewU pro simili. Et de 6d. de Rogero Serardi pro simili. Et 
de 6d. de Hervico pro simili. £t de 6s. Sd. de thedinga de Ore pro 
discessu cuiusdam femine a domini Episcopi.* Et de 6$. 8d. de 
Unfrido de Forest(a) pro stultiloquio. Et de zs. de Theme [sic] de 
Ore pro defectu. Et de 2S. de Agnete de Ore pro se maritanda. Et de 
I2d. de Hugone preposito pro plegagio. Et de i2d. de Willehno Gute 
pro simih. Et de 6d. de Normanno de Ore pro simili. Et de 45. de 
Briano de Faleleia pro recto habendo de Waltero clerico. Et de 2s. 
de Willehno de Fraxino pro simih. Et de 13S. ^d. de Briano, quia non 
habuit sectam de loquela sua versus Waltenim clericum. Et de 8s. 
de 5 hominibus pro opere autupnali relaxato, Summa: 56S. zd. 
Summa totius recepte: £15 ijs. loji, 

LiberaHo 

In Uberatis J(obanni) decano gabulum de 4 teiminis, fy. 

Expensa 

In feiramento i cairuce' per annum, et i carruce per i temiinumi 
et in femira 2 avrorum per annum, 8s. Z\d. In precariis hiemahbu, 
de 13 carrucis,' 2s. 2d. In stipendiis i bovarii, i vaccarii, 1 bercaiis 
per aimum, et i caretarii per 3 terminos, 2 bovarionun per i ter- 
minum, I2s. ^. In solido daie per annum, zs. In 2 hericiatoribus per 
I terminum, 14^. In custo daerie, lod. In 2 bigis emptis, 3s. ^\d. In 
uno carro de novo parando, i2d. In 4 cordis ad bigas emptis ^. In 
uncto empto ad bigas, 3^1^. In clutis emptis ad marlandum 13)1'. 
In prato falcando et levando, 3s. 4J. In blado et feno tassandis, et 
muilone* feni paranda, iSi. In clausturis circa bladum et pratum, 2s. 
In 6 quarteiiis 3 busselUs frumenti et sihginjs triturandis, iy\d. In 
I chamo ad puUum domini Episcopi, 2d. In 2 chamis avrorum, id, 
In I tripode, 2d. In haspis, stapeUis, \d. In serrura empta, 2d. In 3 
cribUs, 2d. In I tonello vini cariando de Biteme usque Wlveseiam, 
■zod, In 500 alleciis emptis ad 2 precarias autumpnales, i$\d. In 2 
busseUis fabarum emptis ad plantandum, "jd. In expensis Dionisii 
camerarii Dominica proxima ante Purificationem Beate Marie,' 
loiii. In filo et cordis emptis ad retia domini Episcopi, I2d.' In 
expensis G(aUridi) de Calceto, G(a]fridi) de Luviers, Rogeri WaceUni, 
Davidi pinceme, die Sancti Dionisu, I2)i. In expensis Mauricu de 

' Sic in M5. for 'a (terra) domini Episcopi' or 'a, domiiiio Episcopi'. 
' TbQ more usual spelling is 'camce'. 

* The more usual spelling is 'carucis'. 

* Sie in MS. for 'mwllone'. ' Januaiy 30, 

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Turviila per 2 vices, et G(alfridi) de Calceto per 1 vicem, 65, 7}d. per 2 
tallias. Inliberatione J(ohamus?) servientis, zos. Summa: £4165. 6^.^ 

Siimma liberationis et expense: £12 i6s. 6^.* 
Et debet" 6is. ^d. Unde solvit* 235. 2d. Et adhuc debet» 385. 2d.* 

Exitus Grangiamm 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
frumenti. In semine 14 acrarum, 3 quarteria dimidium. In supra- 
venditis, 9 quarteria. Et quietus est.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 quarteriis dimjdio i bussello de 
toto exitu siliginis, et de 6 quarteriis et dimidio coralli.* In semine 11 
acramm, 3 quarteria. In 2 precariis autumpnalibus, 2 quaiteria 
dimidium. In cibo i bovarii per annum, 6 quarteria dimidium. In 
supravenditis, 2 quaiteria i bussellus. £t quietus est. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 37 quarteriis dimidio i bussello de 
toto exitu ordei. De 3 quarteriis dimidio de curallo. Summa: 41 
quarteria i bussellus. In semine 25 acrarum, 12 quarteria dimidium. 
In cibo X vaccarii, l bercaiii, daie, per annum, et i caretarii per 3 
teiminos, 2 bovariorum per 1 terminum, 2 hericiatonim per t ter- 
minum, 28 quarteria dimidium i bussellus. Summa: 41 quarteria i 
bussellus. Et quietus est. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 51 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
In semine 68 acrarum, 34 quarteria. In prebenda 2 avrorum, qui 
araverunt, et hericiaverunt, et marlaverunt per annum, 10 quarteria. 
In prebenda domini Episcopi proxima die Veneris post festum 
Sancti Michaelis,' 4 quarteria. In prebenda G(alfridi) de Calceto, 
G(aUridi) de Luviers, R(ogeri) Wacelini, Davidi pinceme, die Sancti 
Dionisii, i qnarterium. In prebenda Dionlsii camerarii, Dominica 
proxima ante Purificationem," per 2 noctes, dimidiiun quarterium. 
In prebenda M auridi de Turvilla per 2 vices, et G(alfridi) de Calce(to) 
per I vicem, i quarterium dimidium. 

De Instauro 

Idem reddunt compotum de 19 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 avris et i puUo remanentibus 

* From '301. . . .', mitten over an erasnre. 

■After the '£ii', aletter 'S' hasbeen erased. '171.' hasbeen altered to 165. 
by the erasnre o( the Uat stroke in XVII. After '6', enwuro of a letter 'S'. 
Tlie ^d. KgD, 'ob', is also wiitten over an erasuie. 

* See Introdnction. pp. xx-xxi. 

* F^om 'Solvit . . .', written over an orasuro. 

* See Introdnctian, pp. zx-xxi. 

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8 THE PIPE ROLL OF TBE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

anno preterito. Et de i pullo Roberti coDbust(oris). In mortuo, i. 
Et remanent 2 avri, et 2 pulli 2 annorum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 18 vaccis, i tauro remanentibus 
anno preterito. Et de 2 geniculis adiunctis de instauio. Simuna: 21. 
In mortua, i. Et remanent 19 vacce, i taunis. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 geniculis remanentibus anno 
preterito. In mortua, i. In adiunctis vaccis, 2. Nichil remanet, 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de i de Roberto conbust(ore). Summa: 8. In mortuis, 3. 
Et remanent 5, unde 3 sunt masculi, 2 femelle 3 annonun. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. Omnes sunt masculi et remanent. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 13 vituUs proventis^ hoc anno de 
prescriptis vacds, quia cetere fuerunt stenles, In decima, i. Et 
remanent 12. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 64 matridbus ovibus remanentibus 
anno preterito. Et de 13 adiunctis de instauro. Et de 4 de Roberto 
conbust(ore). Summa: 81. In mortuis ante pari:um, 5. In mortuis 
post tonsionem, 4. In vivis venditis in festo Sancti Martini, 12. 
Summa: 21. Et remanent 60. 

Idem reddunt compotum de g multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de 9 adiunctis de instauro. Et de 1 de Roberto conbust- 
(ore). Summa: 19. In moituis, 3. Et remanent 16. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 23 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In mortuo, i. In adiunctis ovibus, 13. In adiunctis 
multonibus, 9. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 43 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia cetere (uerunt steriles. In decima, 3. In consuetudine 
bercarii, i. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 14. Summa: 18. Et remanent 
25- 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 caseis factis in hyeme. Et de 166, 
qui inceperunt fieri proxima Dominica ante festum Sancti Alphegi,* 
et desierunt die Sancti Michaelis. In decima, 13. In prato falcando, 2. 
In blado et feno cariandis, 3. In precariis autupnalibus, 2. In expensa 
Mauricii de Turvilla, i. In supravenditis, 155, qui fecerunt 3 pondera 
18 libras. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 75 velleribus grosse lane. In decima, 

^ Sic in MS. Tbroiighout the acconiit the scribe prefera the incorrect use 
of the perfect partidple, 'praventis', to the present participle 'provenientibus' 
— the fonn nsed in other miniBters' accounts. Cf. Legal and Manoriai Formu- 
laries. In Mtmory of J. P. Gilson, pp. 39 ff. Mtnislers' AccouhIs oflhe Earldom 
of Comwall, Ed. L. M. Midgley, passim, Documenls of Ihe BnglisH Lands of 
tht Abbey o/ Bec, £d. M. CbibnEOl, pp. 146 S. 



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7. In supravenditis, 68, que fecerunt dimidium pondus 9 libre minus, 
cum 25 velleribus agninis. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 80 gallinis de cherisetto. In mortuis, 
3. In missis apud Wintoniam die Sancti Dionisii ad opus domini 
Regis, 12. In missis apud Wlveseiam ad opus domini Episcopi, 50. 
In expensis Mauricii de Turvilla, 5. In expensa' G(alfridi) de Calceto, 
G(alfridi) de Luviers, R(ogeri) Wacelini, Davidi pinceme, Achardi, 
die Sancti Dionisii, 6. In expensis Dionisii camerarii per 2 dies, 4. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 210 sextariis salis* remanentibus 
anno preterito. Et de i de purchasio de Turberto. In daeria, 2. In 
missis apud Duntonam, 4. Summa: 6. £t remanent 205. Idem 
miserunt apud Suttonam i mille de sdatis. 

TWIFORDA* 

A.* serviens, H.* prepositus reddunt compotum de £41 35, 5^. de 
gabulo assiso. Et de 40S. de firma molendini de Brombrigge. Summa: 
£43 3s- 5^- 

In qaietandis x prepositi, 2 bedeUorum, 155. ; 3 bercariorum, gs. ; 
I fabri, 3s.; i porcarii, y.; 12 carucariorum, 36S., cuilibet, 35.; 4 
carucariorum, iis., cuilibet, 331/. ; 2 bovariorum, 6s. ; 8 operariorum 
per annum, 24S. Sununa quietanciarum : 107S. 

In defectu terre de Alebroc. 5s. In defectu terre de Baberig(ge),' 
46S. lod. In defectu terre de Upham tracte in dominicum apud 
Stokes, 2S. In defectu terre Crude et Turberti tracte; in dominicum, 
8s. ^d. In defectu terre Algeri de Dudingwde tracte in dominicum 
apud Stokes, 5d. In defectu terre Roberti Coc propter cursum aque, 
6^. In defectu terre, que fuit Hasardi, 35. In defectu terre, que fuit 
Radulfi de Ypre, date Willelmo Romano per P(etrum) episcopimi, 
105. Summa defectuum: 76S. 

Summa quietanciarum et defectuum : £9 3s. 
Summa remanens : £34 os. ^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 23S. 8d. de 12 quarteriis dimidio de 
mancomo venditis de toto exitu novi molendini. De 19S. de 11 

' Sic in MS. for 'expeosis*. 

■ Bitteme was probably the centce of a salt-making iadustty, bom which 
the manor doubtless drew its name. See G. B. Gnmdy, Tha Saxm Land- 
CharUrs o/ Hampshire, pp. 115-16. 

* The title is written ia the scribe'8 cursive band in the left hand margiii 
of the MS. 

* We canuot discover from the present account the na.ines for whicb these 
initiab stand. H. Hall ideutifies them as 'Alvredus de Quinci serviens' and 
'Herebertus prepositus' in his acconnt. See H, Hall, p. 51. 

' Sic in MS, Probably aa alteraative spelling of Biombrigge {i.e. Bram- 
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quarteriis de mancomo, 3 bussellis de gruello de toto exitu molendini 
de Saldeford. De 40S. 2{d.y de 20 quarteriis dimidio de mancomo, 
et dimidio quarterio de gniello de toto exitu tnolendini de Cumtona. 
De 745. 9^. de 37 quarteriis dimidio de mancomo, dimidio quarterio 
de frumento, 4 bussellis de gmello, dimidio quarterio de braseo de 
toto exitu molendini de No^twiforda. De 125. de consuetadinibus 
eiusdem molendini. Summa: £8 9$. y^. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 345. ^d. de pannagio. De 42$. de 
herbagio. De i6s, ^d. de inhoc. De 21S. 6d. de 6 bobus vivis venditis 
ad festum Sancti Martini. De 6s. ji. de coriis 6 boum mortuorum 
venditis. De 56S. 6d.* de 44 matricibus ovibus, 56 multonibus vivis 
venditis ad f^tum Sancti Martini. De 235. 8d. de 187 pellibus ovium 
mortuanun, unde 24 fuerunt mortue cito post tonsionem. De 171^. 
de 32 pellibus rottomm mortuorum. De 565, de 255 caseis venditis, 
qui fecerunt 8 pondera, quodlibet pondus pro 75. De 3^^. de corio 
I pulli silvestri* mortui vendito. Summa; £12 i8s. ^Ji. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2gs, zjrf. de 10 quarteriis dimidio de 
veteri frumento venditis. De £6 los. ^. de 33 quarteriis de fmmento 
anni presentis. De iis. iid. de 11 quaiteriis de curallo venditis. De 
£6 8s. i\d, de 56 quaiteriis dimidio de ordeo venditis. Summa: 
£14 19S. 7d. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de i marca de thedinga Herebert. De 
los. de thedinga de Nordtwiforda. De i marca de thedinga de 
Sudtwiforda. De i>d. de Johanne de Comtona pro forisfacto pasture. 
De 6d. de Ricardo Leowini pro simili. De izd. de Edmundo pro 
simili. De izd. de Azone filio Sewade pro sinuli. De f)d. de Ricardo 
Fieteure pro simili. De I2d. de Radulfo Freke pro simili. De 121^. de 
Willelmo filio Edmundi pio simili. De bd. de Nicholao Unwini pro 
simili. De i&d. de RaduUo Hadewlf pro simili. De td. de Ricardo 
Cakebrede pro simiU. De I2d. de Johanne Turb(erti) pro simili. De 
izd. de Ricardo de Logebrigge pro simili. De I2d. de Ricaido de 
Castro pro simili. De 6d. de Edwardo Triwe pro simili. De 6rf. de 
Ingulf Purht pro simili. De (>d. de Ricaido de Wadedene pro simili. 
De izd. de Ingulfo Stanbert pro simili. De (>d. de Waltero capis- 
trario pro simih. De bd. de Cristina vidua pro simili. De 6d. de 
Walteio Bus pro simili. De I2d. de Osbert Gode pro simih. De 6d. de 
Bemardo de Pukestede pro simili. De 6rf. de vidua Wlvrici pro 
simiU. De 6d, de Ricaido Hersent' pro simih. De lid. de Amoldo de 
Colvedene pro simih. De f)d. de Ricardo Biige pio simih. De fid. de 
GiUbert Monde pro simih. De 6«^. de Rogero bercario pio simih. De 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WIMCHESTER IX 

6d, de (Ricardo)' Edward' filio AiiiuU pro siniili. De tii. de vidua 
Roberti pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo de Coddesdene pro forisfacto 
bosd. De ftd. de Ingulf Hereward' pro simili. De Z2d. de Ricardo 
filio Mazelini pro simili. De fd. de Radulfo Firghel pio simili. De i7d. 
de Johanne filio Mazelini pro simili. De izd. de Galfrido Bike pro 
simili. De I&/. de Waltero de Babeflode pro simili. De bd. de Gunnilda 
vidua pro simili. De 6d. de Nidiolao Triwe pro simili. De 6if. de 
Waltero Triwe pro simili. De 6d. de Hawisa vidua pro simili. De 6d. 
de Henrico de Logebrigge pro simili. De f)d. de Roberto Corkeu pro 
simili. De I2i. de vidua Rocelini pro Ma maritanda. De 45. de 
Henrico de Meiewella pro simili. De Z2d. de Ailbriht pro simili. De 
I2i. de Hugone de Logebrigge pro simili. De bd. de filio Wiilelmi 
bercarii pro simili. De 45. de Acelino &Uo Kere pio deblto habendo. 
De 6rf. de Johanne de Cumtona pro simili. De 6s. 8J. de thedinga* de 
Nordtwiiorda pro defectu. De los. de thedinga de Sudtwiforda pro 
simili. De fid, de Ricardo de Castro pro falso clamore. De f)d. de 
Ricardo Hurlemunde pro pastura. De fid. de Gilibert* Monde pro 
simili. De 6i. de Ricardo Breche pro simih. De f>d. de Johaime Leve 
pro simili. De 6d. de Edmundo Wilde pio simili. De 35. de Willelmo 
Symonis pro fine terre. Dez5.de Thoma de Colvedene pro filia sua 
maritanda. De f)d. de Henrico de Logebrigge pro mellea. De (>d. de 
Ricardo Hersent pro simili. De i2(rf.)* de Ricardo de Putte pro 
forisfacto bosd. De bd. de Johanne Bere pro simiU. De lld. de 
Edward [sic\ Triwe pro mellea. De f)d. de Rogero Brond pro fuga 
facta. De ftd. de Osbert* Witebi pio eodem. De ftd. de Waltero 
capistrario pro forisfacto bosd. De T2d. de Gilibeit Croche pro teira 
dimittenda. De I2(i. de Ricardo Purht pio eodem. De T24. de 
Robeito Lanwini pro eodem. De Z2d. de Ricardo Baron' pro eodem. 
De 6rf. de Adam filio Ailrid pro eodem. De lai. de Azone filio 
Walchelini pro eodera. De izd. de Willehno filio Gilibert pro eodem. 
De J2d. de Edmundo filio GiUbert pro eodem. De i.zd. de legato 
Ricardi Symonis. De X2d. de legato Wllelmi Hanitesir \sic\. De 
f>{d.)* de Ricardo de Wadedene pio foiis^icto bosd. De6J.de 
Willehno de Gurtefaste pro eodem. De I2i. de Ricardo Kokerel' pro 
eodem. De f)d. de InguIP Forthedene pro eodem. De zZd. de Johamie 
Coke pro eodem. De izd. de Ricardo Croche pro eodem. De zzd, de 

» 'Edward' U interlineated abovc 'Hicardo' whicli is not deleted iit MS, 

* Iii MS. the word is often so abbreviated aa to make it impoasible to 
decide which of thc two spellings, 'thethinga' ar 'thcdinga' is iatended. In this 
transcription the latter bas been used tliroDgliont. For the varioua spelliags 
<A the woid, see W. A. Morris, The FranhpUdge Sysltm, pp. 86, 105, n. 3, 

■Personal names (i.e. Gilibert, Osbert, Herebert, Turbert, Ingulf) bave 
not been tianscribed in their Latiniied form, except where there is a clear 
lndication to the c<mtrary in MS. 

* Omitted in M5. * The ' i ' in 'Kokeicl' ia a capital. 



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12 THE PIPE ROLL OF THB BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Waltero Triwe pro eodetn. De i2d. de Bemardo de^ Fonte pro 
eodem. De i2d. de Herebert* Coke pro eodem. De i8rf. de Waltero 
capistrario pro eodem. De i8d. de Ingulf Puiht pro eodem. De 6d. 
de RaduUo Monde pro eodem. De 6d. de Bemardo Fep pro eodem. 
De izd. de IngoU Stanbert pro eodem. De i2d. de Agatha vidua pro 
eodem. De izd. de Ingulf Hereward' pro eodem. De 35. de Waltero 
de Babeflode pro eodem. De 6d. de Waltero filio Alvive pro eodem, 
De I2d. de Colswan (o?)* de Wadedene pro eodem. De I2d. de 
Osbert Gode pro eodem. De 25. de Galfrido Bike pro eodem. De i2d. 
de Edwardo filio Ainulfi pro eodem. De i2d. de Ricardo scorto pro 
eodem. De 6d. de Ricardo de Codesdene pro eodem. De 6d. de 
Waltero Bus pro eodem. De i2d. de Radulfo Fii^hel* pro eodem. 
De i2if. de Edward Stanbert pro eodem. Summa: £y 55. lod. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 40S. receptis de camera domini 
Episcopi ad picturas de Merewella. Summa: 40$.* 
Summa totius recepte: £45 13S. ^d. 
Summa totius recepte cum gabulo : £79 135. gd. 

Liberaiio 

In Uberatis J(ohanni) decano de Wlveseia, £45 i2s. 6d. 

Expensa 

In ferramentis 8 carucanun, 3 avronun et caretar(ionim)* per 
annum, aSs. i^. In mercede fabri pro ferramentis 3 carucaxum per 
annum, 5s. 10^. In 8 paribus rotarum ad carucas, 2s. i\d. In caruca 
et jugo* de novo fadendis, 2Qd. In rotis emptis ad bigas, et in bigis 
reparandis, 35. "jd. In panellis, baciis, paronellis, i2d. In i corda de 
cabiabe empta ad bigam, 31^. In i securi emendanda, 31^. In sacco 
empto, 5i. In 12 bobus emptis, 725. jd. In 2 precariis hyemalibus de 
55 carucis, gs. zd. In i precaria quadragesimali de 55 carucis, 4S. 6d. 
In 162 quarteriis frumenti vannandis ad semen ad vendendum, ad 
panem domini Episcopi 5s. 0^., scilicet 4 quarteria pro j\d,'' In I2 
quarteriis frumenti triturandis, 2s. 6d., scilicet quolibet quarterio, 
2\d. In I quarterio fnimenri empto ad semen, 354^. In grangia, 
petrina" cooperiendis, 2s. 6d. In calce empta ad idem, -jd. In bordis 

> 'Bemardo de' is iaterlineated. 

■ Personal names (i.e. Giiibert, Osbert, Herebert, Turbert, Ingulf (have 
not been transcribed in their Latinized foim, except wbere tbeie is a clear 
indication to the controry in HS. 

* Posdbly a Latinized form of Colswein. 

* Wiitten on the under-side of a sniall hai^;ing tear. 

* A possible reading heie would be 'caretarum', but 'caretajiorum' is per- 
haps more appropriate. 

* 'camcis et jugis' would be a. possible altemative leading. 
' Thia would make the actual coat ^s. oid. 

' Sic in M5. for 'petrioo'. 



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TUE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 13 

emptis ad idem, jd. In tribus aliis grangiis reparandis, et cooperi- 
endis, 5s. 8^. In granario, et domibus curie de Twiforda cooperi- 
endis, 3s. In boveria de Merewella reparanda et cooperienda, 22^. 
In bercaria reparanda et cooperienda, et in 5 rastellis ad presepia 
ovium faciendis, 8s. ^. In consuetudine bercarii pro falda wiscanda, 
i2d. In mercede 2 garciferorum ad agnos custodiendos in partu 
ovium per 10 septimanas, zs. 6(f. In fossandis 22 perticis drca bladum 
domini Episcopi, 22«^. In 2 pratis falcandis, 3S. %d. In 16 carucariis 
pro aratura Sabbatormn a Pascha usque ad festum Sancti Michaelis, 
20S. In custo daerie, 45. bd. In solido daie per annum, 25. In solido 2 
caretariorum per annum, 6s. In mercede i custodis agnorum per 
dimidium annum, jSd. In 1,500 alleciis emptis ad precarias autup- 
nales,* 5s. In 46 ulnis de canabo ad lanam Episcopi inponendam, 
75. 6ii. In eadem carianda usque Londoniam, 35. In liberatione 
servientis, 6os. zod. In 231 pellibus agninis parandis, que sunt 
misse apud Wlveseiam, 25*2. In 3 suellis emptis, 45. fd. Summa: 
£14 9s- 5rf- 

Expensa dc Merewdla 

In mercede et conredio* Matha carpentarii ad coquinam relevan- 
dam per 56 dies, 95. 4^. In mercede et conredio Radulfi carpentarii ad 
idem per 53 dies, 6s. ^Jrf. In clavis, chivillis de ferro emptis ad idem, 
5s. &\d. la eadem coquina cooperienda, 45. ^^. In bordis emptis ad 
fenestras camere depicte faciendas, 9^. In clavibus, seris camere 
et porte,* M. In conredio Luce pictoris per 29 septimanas 3 dies, 
68s. 8ii, In mercede et conredio "Mathei carpentarii ad cameras 
[nivatas faciendas per 21 dies, 4212. [ ]* Radulfi carpentarii pro 
eodem per 18 dies, 27«^. In suis adiuvantibus, 14^2. In 700 clavis 
emptis ad idem, yd. In cariagio 3 tonellonun sicere de Stokes usque 
Wlveseiam, et z tonellorum sicere de Merewella usque Wlveseiam 
per preceptum J(ohannis) decani, et R(ogeri) Wacelini, 35. lod. 
Summa: X07S. 6d. 

M. I. Dors^ 
Expensa MoUndinorwm 

In ferro empto ad fusas, inkas, bilas faciendas ad molendina de 
Scaldeforda, et de Cumtona, 3S. xod. In mercede fabri, izd. In i mola 

' Also frequently spelt 'antampnales'. 

■ 'et conredio' is interlineated. • MS. holed. 

* The left hand margin ajid the foot of the membrane are worn affay hcre. 
The missing phrase was probebly: 'In mercede et conredio'. 

• At the foot of the face of the membrane are inscribed in large capitals 
the names oi those manors whose aceounts are entered ou the first membrane 
(i.e. Biterae, Twifdrda, Crauleia, Mereduna). Thia is repeated at the foot of the 
face of eacb of the remaining 10 membranes to facilitate qmclc refereoce. 



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14 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPHIC OF WINCHESTER 

empta ad novum molendmum, 20s. 6d. In bordis emptis ad alvas 

fadendas,^ et rotas reparandas, 28d. In i archa empta ad molen- 

dinmn de Cumtooa, 13^. In sera eiusdem arche, 4^. Summa : 295. id. 

In feiTO empto ad fusas, inkas, bilas fadendas ad molendinum de 

Nord Twyforda, 2s. ^d. In i liganmie ferreo ad arborem rote molen- 

dini, et in mercede fabri, lod. In bordis emptis ad alvas fadendas,* et 

rotas reparandas, 151^. In mercede carpentarii, $4. Smnma: 45. 9^. 

Summa omnium molendinorum : 335. loi^. 

Summa totius expense : £zi los. gd. 

Smnma totius liberationis et expense; £67 35. 34- 

Et debet £iz los. 6d. Solvit durante scaccario.* Et quiet(us est). 

Exitus Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotmn de 10 quartenis dimidio de frumento 
anni preteriti. De 150 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu frumenti anni 
presentis. De i quarterio empto ad semen. Summa: 162. In semine 
177 acraxum, 75 quarteria. In missis apud Wlveseiam, et Uberatis 
J(oIianni) decano, 7 quarteria. In missis apud Waltham, et liberatis 
A.' preposito, 16 quarteria. Item, ibidem liberatis T. de Wihtona, 
8 quarteriadimidium. In missis apud Fereham, et hberatis preposito,* 

4 quarteria. In dono Episcopi Christine converse, 2 quarteria. Item, 
in missis apud Walthain per manum T. de Wihtona die quo com- 
putavit, 6 quarteria. In supravenditis, 43 quarteria dimidium. 
Summa: 162. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 11 quarteriis de toto exitu curalli. 
In supravenditis totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 143 quarteriis 6 bussellis de toto 
exitu oidei. In semine 124 acrarum, 49 quarteria. In misso apud 
Wlveseiam, i quarterium. In coniedio 2 caretarionun, i daie pei 
annimi, 15 quarteria dimidium. In conredio custodis agnorum per 
dimidium annum, 2 quarteria 6 busselli. In conredio 2 garcifeioium 
in partu oviimi per 10 ebdomadas, 2 quarteria. In pords pascendis, 

5 quarteria. In pane 5 precariarum autumpnaliimi, 12 quarteria. In 
supravenditis, 56 quarteria dimidium. Summa: 143 quarteria 6 
busselh. Et quietus est. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 264 quaiteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
avene. Et de 46 quarteiiis receptis de Stokes. De 28 quarteriis 
receptis de Menes. De 17 quarteriis receptis de Hameleduna. Summa : 
355 quaiteria dimidium. In semiae 204 acrarum, 116 quarteria. In 
missis apud Wlveseiam, et liberatis J{ohanni) decano per 2 tallias, 

' Sic in HS. lor 'ahrea facieoda' or 'alveos faciendos'. See Glossary. 
' Probably held at Sonthwark. See Introductioii, pp. xxi-xxiv. 

* Adam. See below, Waltham, p. T12. 

• Herviciu is the reeve of Fereham. See below. p. 106. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER I5 

12 quarteria. In missis ad Waltham, et liberatis A(dam) preposito, 
5 guarteria. In Hberatis apud Merewellam, Galfrido marescallo ad 
prebendam domini Episcopi per 5 tallias, 165 quarteria dimidium. 
In liberatis Roberto marescallo ibidem, ad prebendam Episcopi per 
I talliam, 12 quarteiia. In consuetudine 2 bercariorum jHt) presura, 
z quarteria. In farina servientium, 5 quaiieria. In prebenda 2 
caretariorum per amium, 9 quarteria. In ovibus et bove sustinendis 
in hieme, 17 quarteria. Et remanent in granario 12.' 

Idem reddunt compotum de 90 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de 12 postea emptis. Summa: 102. In vivis venditis, 6. 
In mortuis, 6. Summa: 12. Et remanent 90. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 aviis remanentibus anno preterito. 
In misso apud Stokes, i. Et remanent z. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 vaccis, 2 tauris remanentibus anno 
preterito. De i adiuncta de instauio. Summa: 7. Onmes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. In adiuncto tauris, i. Et remanet i genicula duorum 



Idem reddunt compotum de 3 vitulis anni preteriti, Omnes 
remanent, unde 2 sunt tauriculi, i juvenicula. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
instauTo. Omnes remanent. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 5 equabus, 5 pultis, silvestribus 
remanentibus aimo preterito. De 7 puHis, qui venerunt de Walia. 
Summa: 17. In missis apud Stokes, 2 eque, i poceUus.* In missa apud 
Wlveseiam, i equa. In liberato Robeito de Lurduna per breve 
Episcopi, I puHus. In mortuo, i pullus. Summa: 6. Et remanent 2 
eque, 2 pulli masculi duorum annorum, 7 pulli eiusdem etatis,' qui 
venenmt de Walia. Summa: 11. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 755 matricibus ovibus remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 88 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 843. In vivis 
venditis, 44. In consuetudine fabri, i. In mortuis ante partum, 17. 
In mortuis post partum, et ante tonsionem, 14. In moituis post 
tonsionem, 13. Summa: 89. Et remanent 754. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 605 multonibus remanentibus anno 
pieterito. Et de 59 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 664. In missls 
apud Cheritonam per preceptum fratris Walteri ad festum Sancti 
Micbaelis anno preterito, 13, qui fuerunt hurtardi. In vivis venditis 
in festo Sancri Maiiini, 56. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 24. In mortuis 

1 'Remaneiit . . ,' iaserted at the cnd of the line below in MS. 
.'Sie in MS. for 'pnlliis'. 
' 'Eimdem etatis' is interlineated. 



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l6 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5H0PRIC OF WIHCHBSTER 

post tonsionein, 9. In nussis apud Crauleiam post tonsionem, 149. 
Summa: 251. Et remanent 413. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 257 ho^ettis temanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 108; post tonsionem, 2. 
In adiunctis ovibus, 88. In adiunctis multonibus, 59. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 662 agnis proventis boc anno de 
instauro, quia 31 oves fuerunt steriles. £t de 40 receptis de magistro 
Johanne de Londonia. Summa : 702. In decima, 66. In consuetudine 
2 bercaiiorum, 2. In mortuis ante separationem, 231. In mortuis post 
separationem, 32. Summa: 331. Et remanent 371. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 28 pords lemanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de 3 suibus postea emptis. Et de 20 porcellis proventis 
ex eisdem. Suinma: 51. In consuetudine porcarii, x. In missis ad 
lardarium de Wlveseia, 13. In mortuis, 4. Summa: 17. Et remanent 
34, unde 4 sunt sues, 12 porci superannati, 18 porci junioTes. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 1,340 velleribus lane crispe. In 
decima, 134. In consuetudine 3 bercarioium, 3. In missis apud 
Londoniam, et liberatis R(ogero) Wacelino, et J(ohaimi) servienti 
de Suwerke, 1,203, l^e fecenmt 8 pondera. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 342 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri 
Kalendis Maii, et desierunt 4 Kalendas Octobris, et fecenmt quarter- 
nos per 44 dies, binos per 59 dies. In dedma, 34. In consuetudine 2 
bercariorum, 2. In liberatis Luce pictori ad picturas apud Mere- 
wellam, 5. In missis apud Merewellam, liberatis P(hilippo) de 
Croperia ad opus Episcopi, 6. In 3 precariis autumpnalibus, 40, qui 
fecerunt i pondus et quartam partem ponderis. In supravenditis, 255. 

Idem liberaverunt J(ohaimi) decano apud Wlveseiam 231 pelles 
agninas. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 21 tonellis sicere remanentibus amio 
pieterito in cellario de Meiewella. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 2; et 
in boteleria apud Merewellam, 19. 

Craweleia^ 

R.* serviens, et E.' prepodtus reddunt compotum de £10 os. I2d.* 
preter* 4 carucarios, i fabrum, i porcarium, 2 bercarios, 3 operatores, 
oui se. (\e-ipTi(\nnt iwr nn«!ration«< cinnj;. 



qui se defendunt per operationes suas. 



* Written in small capitals in tbe left-hcmd margin of the membraiie. 

» HaU identifies 'R. serviens' in his roU aa Bicardus. See H. HaU, p. 50, 
' There is nothing in thc text to indicatc what the initial E. standa loi'. 

* Hte pence sign ia written over an erasaie. 

* Possibly the word 'tenas' is oroitted (Preter tenas 4 carucariomm, 
abri, I porcarii, z bcrcariomm, 3 opcratonim . . .]. Tbe entry makes little 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OP WINCHESTER I7 

In quietanda i prepositi, $s. 

In defectu gabuli Stronge tracte' in dominicum, 2s. In defectu, 
terre de Alebroke, 5$., qui modo redduntur apud Meredunam. 
Summa quietancie et defectuura: I2s. 
Summa remanens: £9 gs. 

Idem reddunt compotum de sSs. 6d. de pannagio. De 8s. de 2 
bobus vivis venditis. De I2s. 6d. de 30 matricibus ovibus vivis 
venditis. De 7S. 41^. de 16 multonibus vivis venditis. De 4^1^. de 
pellibus 3 multonum. De 3^. de pellibus 2 ovium. De 3s. de herbagio. 
De 4j. id. de 18 agnis vivis venditis. De 2S. ^d. de coriis 2 boum 
mortuorum venditis. De lod. de coriis 2 avrorum. De 9$. i)d. de 
pellibus 27 ovium, 49 multonum, 3 hoggettonim roortuomm ven- 
ditis. De 43. S\d. de pellibus 87 agnorum et rottorum. De 45S. de 6 
ponderibus dimidio casel. De 8d, de butiro vendito. De ys. de 7 petris 
lane agnine. De 9S. 6d. de terra locata, scilicet 24 acre. Summa: 
£7 3s. lod. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i6s. 6d. de 11 quarteriis ordei 
venditis. De £6 os. yd. de 22 quarteriis frumenti venditis. De 6s. de 3 
quarteriis de curallo venditis. De 39S. iid. de 21 quarteiiis ordei 
venditis. De i&d. de i quari:erio pisanun. De 5s. de 5 quarteiiis 
avene venditis. Summa: £9 9S. 6d. 

De Purchasiis 

Idem reddunt compotum de 45. de Willelmo Sewino pro &]ia 
maritanda. De 2S. de Roberto filio Alani pro manutenemento. De 
I2{d.)' de Petro pro simili, De i8d. de Ivone filio Edwini pro simili. 
De 6d. de Yvone fratre Stephani pro simili. De izd. de Johanne 
mercatore pro terra habenda. De i2d. de Emaldo pro simili. De 6d. de 
Roberti Johanne fratre' pro simili. De i2d. de Yvone fiho Wiandi 
pro similL De 6d. de Willelmo Toneur pro simiU, et de 3s. de eodem 
pro relaxatione operis. De 3s. de Yvone Falmer pro f orisf acto pasture. 
De 6d. de Ricaido de Vinea pro stultiloquio. De I2d. de Ricardo 
Carewino pro simili. De 6d. de Nigello fabro pro forisfacto pasture. 
De 6d. de Gihbert Jobi pro simiU. De 6d. de Roberto pro simili. De 
I2i. de Yvone Pahner pro simih. De I2d. de Johanne filio Alueve 
pFo simih. De 6d. de Willehno bercario pro similL De 6d. de Randulfo 
bercario pro simili. De 6d. de Yvone Lude pro simili. De I2d. de 
Panchulf', et Saval' pro simili. De 6d. de Hugone Niweman pro 
similL De 20S. de thedii^ pio quodam homine concelato. De I2d. de 
Wiando pio filia sua maritanda. De i6d. de Davido pio simili. De 2s. 
de Alexandro pro terra sua relaxata. De izd. de Willelmo filio fabri 

* Sic in MS, for 'In defectu gabuli (teire) Stronge tracte . . .' 

* Omitted in MS. 

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l8 THE PIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCRESTES 

pro mellea. De 2s. de Hawisa vidua pro stultiloquio. De I2d. de 
Ricardo Biscop pro relaxatione operis. De los. de Alano filio WiUelmi 
pFO se maritando. De 41. de V^elmo Dodde pro catallis suis babendis. 
Summa: 71S, 

Summa totios recepte: ^£29 135. ^d. 
LiheraUo 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano per i talliam, li&. 

Expmsa 

In ferramentis 3 carucanim per annum, et i caruce per 3 ter- 
minos anni, 13S. gd. In 4 paribus rotarum ad carucas emptis, et 
carncis et herciis de novo factis, zs. lod. In rotis emptis ad bigas, 
2s. 4^2. In bigis ligandis, et ferro empto ad idem, 3s. 6^d, In bigis 
exulandis, 3^. In paronis, in paronellis, capistiis, et uncto, ii}(f. In 5 
bobus emptis, 31S. iid. In 2 aviis emptis, los. id. In pollis parandis 
ad novam grangiam, 6d. In grangia relevanda, et alia reparanda, 
7s. zd. la boveria, grangia, et ceteris domibus cooperiendis et 
reparandis, 75. sJ^. In bercaria cooperienda et reparanda, 2S. In 11 
quarteriis dimidio avene emptis ad semen, I2S. id. In dimidio 
quarterio fabanmi empto ad semen, i^. In cordis et utre ad puteum, 
8if. In II clatis missis ad Wlveseiam, 6d. In custo daerie, 5s. i^. In 
118 acris sarclandis, 3s. 5^. In saiplaiiis ad lanam inponendam, 2s. ^d. 
In lana ponderanda et saccanda, yd. In clatis parandis ad faldam, 
20d. In lana carianda apud Londoniam, i8d. In bucattis, et tinis, et 
ceteris paramentis, ^d. In i porcaria de novo facienda, iSd. In 3 
ventilariis,^ i corbellia, i6d. In feno empto ad opus ovium, 14S. In 
piecariis hyemalibus de 13 carucis, 131^. In 102 pellibus agninis 
paiandis, iSd. In 3 seiiuris emptis, 5d. In solido 3 bovariorum per 
atmum, et i bovarii per 3 terminos, 15S. In solido i haiwardi, i daie, 
6s. In expensis R{ogeri) Wacelini, 8d. In expensis Matiricii de Tur- 
villa per 3 dies, 55. 4id. Summa: £7 igs. oji. 

Summa liberationis et expense; £25 igs. o^. 
Et debet 755. 3^. Unde prepositus solvit 35S. 3^1^. Et R. Ragel(?)' 
habuit 40S, pro Ubeiatione sua. Quiet(us est).> 

Exitus Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 66 quarteriis dimidio frumenti de 
toto exitu. In semine 86 aciarum, 26 quaiteria. In missis apnd 
Wlveseiam, 9 quaiteiia dimidium. In supravenditis, 31. Et quietus 
est. 

' An obscure word. Possibly from 'ventflabrum'. See Glossar)'. 

' This seems to be the name writteii, but the writing ia difficult to lead. 

' '75^' Z\^- • ■ ■' bas beea inserted at the end of tbe line below in MS. It 
extends into the r^t-hand margin of MS. and the writing is crainped. 



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THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISH0P8IC OF WIKCHESTER I9 

Idem reddunt compotuin de 5 quarteiiis curalli. In precariis 
autumpnalibus, 2 quaitena. In supravenditis, 3. Et quietos est. 

Idem reddunt corapotum de 61 quarteiiis 2 bussellis oidei 
biemalis. In semine 107 acranim, 36 quarteria. In pords pascendis 
per totum anmim, 18 quarteria 2 busselli. In supravenditis, 7. Et 
quietus est, 

Idem reddunt compotum de iio quaiteriis dimidio i bussello de 
exitu ordei. In semine 91 acraium dimidie, 40 quarteiia dimidium 
i bussellus. In conredio 3 bovariorum, i haiwardi, 28 quarteria. In 
liberatione i bovarii, 3 quarteria 2 busselli. In liberarione daie, 5 
quarteria 2 busselli. In conredio et mercede cuiusdam hericiatoris, 
3 quarteria. In inissis apud Wlveseiam, 2 quaiteria. In piecariis 
autumpnalibus, 3 quarteria. In supravenditis, 25 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 201 quarteriis 2 bussellis avene. De 
II quarteiiis dimidio emptis ad semen. Summa: 212 quaiteria 
dimidium 2 busselli. In semine 226 acrarum, loi quaiteria dimiditun. 
Liberatis* G{alfrido) marescallo apud Meredunam, 10 quarteria. In 
prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini, dimidium quarterium i bussellus. In 
prebenda M(auricii) de Turvilla dimidium* i bussellus. In prebenda 
10 avTorum per aimum, 40 quarteria. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 40 
quarteria. In bobus sustinendis in hieme, 15 quarteria. In supra- 
venditis, 5 quarteria. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 quarteriis dimidio de exitu 
pisarum. In semine, i quarterium dimidium i bussellus. In supra- 
vendito, i quarterium. £t quiet(us est). 

De Instauro 

Idem reddunt compotum de 33 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 2 adiunctis de instauro. De i invento. De 5 emptis. 
Summa: 41. In moituis, 2. In vivis* venditis, 2. Summa: 4. Et 
remanent 37. 

Idem r^Munt compotum de 10 avris remanentibus anno pie- 
terito. De 2 postea emptis. Summa: 7.* In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 10. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 bovettis lemanentibus anno 
preterito. In adiunctis bobus, 2 Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 513 ovibus remanentibus atmo 
preterito. De 20 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 533. In vivis venditis, 
30. In moituis ante partum et tonsionem, 12. In mortuis post partum 
et ante tonsionem, 12, Post partum et tonsionem, 5. Sununa: 59. Et 
remanent 474. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 361 multonibus remanentibus anno 

> Sic in MS. for 'In liberatis'. 

* Tfae word 'quarterium' is otuitted. 

» Word 'vivis' is interlineated. * The correct total is la. 



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20 THE FIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTES 

preterito. De i6 de* adiunctis de instauro. De 149 receptis de Twi- 
forda post tonsionem. Summa: 526. In vivis venditis, 16. In mortuis 
ante tonsioQem, 35. In mortuis post tonsionem, 17. Summa: 68. Et 
remanent 458. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 39 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. Id* adiuuctis ovibus, 20. In adiunctis multonibus, 
16. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 2; post tonsionem, i. £t nichil 
remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 424 agnis proventis hoc anno, quia 
47 erant stehles. De 51 receptis de Antona. Summa: 475. In decima, 
42. In consuetudine bercarii, haiwardi, fabri, 2 bercariorum, custodis 
agnorum, 6. In vivis venditis, 28. In mortuis ante separationem, 139. 
In mortuis post separationem et ante tonsionem, 40. Fost tonsionem, 
10. Unde 102 pelles misse erant ad Wlveseiam, de precio aliarum 
superius respondent. Summa: 255. Et remanent 220. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 48 porcis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 7 porcellis proventis de siubus.' Sunrnia: 55. In missis 
apud Wlveseiam, 16. In mortuis, 8. Summa: 24. Et remanent 31. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 806 velleribus grosse lane et ciispe. 
In decima, 80. In consuetudine 2 bercarioium, i daie, 3. In missis 
apud Suwerke, et ibi Uberatis R(<:^ero) Wacelino, et Johanni 
caretario, 723, que fecerunt 4 pondera 7 claves,* unde 3 pondera 
erant ciispa, i pondus 7 claves,' grossa. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 183 velleribus lane agnine, quia 47 
erant adeo crispi," quod non fuerunt tonsi.' In supravenditis, totum, 
quod fecit 7 claves.' 

Idem reddunt compotum de 163 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri 12 
Kalendas Maii, et desierunt die Sancti Michaelis, utroque die compu- 
tato. De 19 caseis factis ante ablactationem. Summa: 182. In decima, 
18. In consuetudine prepositi, haiwardi, fabri, bercarii, daie, 5. In 
precariis autumpnahbus, 12. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 12, qui 
fecerunt i pondus. In supravenditis, 135, qui fecerunt 6 pondera 
dimidium, 

Idem reddunt compotum de 76 gallinis remanentibus anno 
preterito De 60 de cheriset huius anni. Summa: 136. In missis apud 
Clere, lit>eratis R(^inaldo) salsario, 80 per i talliam. In missis apud 
Wlveseiam, et liberatis J(ohanni) decano, 45. In expensis R(ogeri) 
Wacelini, 4. In mortuis, 7. 

' Sie in MS. ' Sic in MS. for •In'. 

' Sic in MS. for 'auibus'. 

• 'Clavos' is the more uaual spelliug. 

• 'Clavi' is the more usual fonn. 

• Sic in MS. for 'crispa' and 'tonsa'. 

' The roll gives no clue as to the names for wbich these initials stand. 
See H. HaU. p. 34. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5H0PRIC OF WINCHESTER 21 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 chaponibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 6. In mortuis, 2. £t remanent 6. 

Mebeduna 

R.* serviens, et H.^ prepositus reddimt compotum de 9^, de 
leragio anni preteriti. In liberatis J(ohanni) decano per i talliam, 
totum. Et quietus (est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de £21 2s. 2d. de toto gabulo assiso, et 
de 2S. (de incremento?)* huius anni pro quadam mora. Summa: 
£21 4S. 2d. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, i bedelli, 55.; 2 bercariorum, y. gd.; 

1 equiciarii, 35. W. ; i haiwardi, 15^, ;' i porcarii, 2$. 6^. ; i parcarii, 
4$. 4i2. ; 7 carucariorum per annum, 8s. gd. ; i camcarii per dimidium 
annum, y\d.; 10 operatorum, izs. dd. Summa: 42S. 2^. 

In defectu (teire) * Willehni filii Reginaldi, 45. In def ectu terrarum 
Seive vidue Philippi, Ricardi de Marisco, gs. In defectu terre Cnust, 
Z5d, In defectu teire Willelmi Grant, 15^. Summa: 15S, W. 
Summa quietanciarum et defectuum: 575, S\d. 
Sununa remanens: £18 6s. 5id. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 38S. zd. de pannagio. De 35. 3d. de 
herbagio. De 245. (>d. de 4 bobus, 3 vaccis vivis venditis. De 45. ^. de 
10 ovibus vivis venditis in festo Sancri Maitini. De 135. de 16 
multonibus venditis post tonsionem. De io|if. de 3 agnis vivis 
venditis. De 13S. yid. de coriis 10 boum, 2 vaccarum, i bovetti, i 
genicule, 4 annalium. De 3s. o\d. de coriis 7 avrorum, 2 equarum 
silvestrium. De i6d. de coriis eque Walensis, et equi de Wlveseia. 
De 5s. de pellibus 35 ovium, 14 multonum, 15 hoggettorum, De 22d. 
de 25 peUibus agninis. De 45. de 4 petris lane agnine. De 28s. de 4 
ponderibus casei venditis. De 8s. de domo veteri vendita. De 2s. ^. 
de corticibus, et coprunis. Summa: £7 iis. 2j(f. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £8 7S. 5^. de 44 quarteriis dimidio 

2 bussellis frumenti. De 455. 5\d. de 22 quarteriis 3 bussellis curalli. 
Stunma: £10 i2s. iii^. 

De Purchasiis 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5s. de Wlvrico Gandre pro caumia. 
De 5s. de Evelot pro terra patris habenda. De 5s. de Nigello pro 
simili. De iSd. de Emaldo Beriwarre pro simili. De i2d. de Ricardo 
Brihtwino. De 2s. de Ricardo Pahner pro forisfacto bosci. De 2s. de 
Nigello pro femina habenda. De 2S. de Edwino pro stultiloquio. De 

^lbid. 

' MS. is holed at thia point, and a small part of the text is inissing. 
• This eotry is written on a hanging tear. * Omitted in MS. 



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22 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WINCHESTER 

3s. de Wllelmo de Holemere pro lege. De 41. de Galfrido Govaire pro 
terra habenda. De i2d. de WUlelmo Wnderm [sic] pro marlatura. 
De I2d. de Leviico pro simili. De I2d. de Laurentio pro simili. De 2S. 
de Osbert pro simili. De I2d. de Jordano W^t pro simili, De 45. de 
Aldredo pro sorore maritanda. De los. de Alano pro vidua Petri 
habenda. De 35. de Wlvrico Gandre pro simili. De izd. de Estmundo 
pro aspectu hundredi habendo. De i2d. de Waltero pro terra matris 
habenda. De 2s. de Henrico fiho Symonis pro mellea. De 6d. de Adam 
Lupo pro pastura. De 2 marcis de hundiedo pro homine concelato. 
De 12^. de Yvone Gandre pro sursisa. De 6d. de Thurstano pro 
sunili. De 121?. de Edwino pro simih. De I2d. de Johanne Wndeifil 
Isic] pro simih. De 6d. de Waltero Ponte pro pords inventis in parco. 
De 6d. de Ricardo Reginaldi pro simili. De 6d. de Waltero Palmer 
pro simili. De los. de hominibus de Hehstede pro mora habenda. De 
lOs. de Johanne fiho Orioldi pro terra habenda. De ^s. de Waltero 
Palmer pro forisfacto bosci. De 6d. de Hereberto pro simili. De 6d, 
de Wiueiva^ pro simili. De 121^. de Adam Spaine pro terra male 
arata De i2d. de Ingulf pro lege. De 121?. de Radulfo Juvene pro 
simili. De 2S. de Radulfo parcario pro fiha maritanda. Summa: 
£6 os. i4d. 

Summa totius recepte: £42 iis. ^, 

Liberatio 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, £14 los. 

M.2. 



In ferramentis 5 camcarum per annum, i caiuce per 3 terminos, 
20S. ajrf. In ferratura 11 avrorum per annum, 6s. 6d. In mercede 
fabri per annum, 45. iiii. In rotis, jugis, herciis, carucis, de novo 
faciendis et reparandis, 4S. yd. In 2 paribus rotarum ad bigas emptis, 
4s, id. In I pari rotarum ligando, M. In clavis, et clutis emptis ad 
idem, 8ii. In i paronella, et uncto ad idem, ^d. In precariis hyemaU- 
bus de 45 carucis, los., cuiUbet camce, 41^.* 8 camcis, I2i^., cuiUbet, 
i\d. In 17 bobus emptis, iiili^. In 2 avris emptis, 14S. 2d. In 30 
quarteriis avene emptis, 30S. 6d. In 2 quarteriis dimidio ordei emptis, 
6s. TOd. In 137 quarteriis frumenti triturandis, 22S. lod. In clan- 
dendis* 36 perticis circa parcum, 5s. Q<f. In claudendo drca bladum 
30 perticas, 35. o\d. In fossatura circa pasturam rSz perticarum, 
iis. 4\d. In claudendo circa eamdem pasturam, 345 perticas, zSs. ^, 

* Tbe foot of the membranc is wom and discoloured here, makiiig these 
letters scaxcely legible. 

* 43 at 4i. each = 151. — and not loj. as Jn MS. 

* Sic in MS. for 'claudendis'. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHBSTER 23 

In quadam grangia de novo fadenda, 145. Sd. In davis, bordis ad 
idem, 35. 31^ In lattis fadendis ad idem, 45. ^d. In eadem t^enda, et 
polla paranda, 2s. 2d. In parietibtis claudendis, 2s. ^d. In bovaria, 
et bercaiia cooperiendis et reparandis, 2s. yd. In ceteris grangiis 
cooperiendis et reparandis, 1412. In datis fadendis et wiscandis, 
3,od.^ Iq 4 acris dimidia marlandis, 4$. loli^. In marla spaigenda 34 
acrarum, 2$. xod.' In presepibus botun parandis, i^d. In 424 acris 
sardandis, Ss. JOd. In daeria, 4$. yi. In solido daie per annum, 2s. 
In prato de Oterbume falcando et levando, 6s. 8^. In i semira empta, 
et alia emendanda, 41J. In i tina empta, 6d. In corda ad puteum, 6d. 
In corda ad luparium thalami, id. In chamis, 2d. In corda ad bigam, 
2d. In corio avri dealbato, ^d. In 30 pellibus agninis parandis, ^d. 
In feno empto ad opus boum et ovium, 13S. 6d. In porta paranda, 
et paJidis ante talamum reparandis, 8d. In 7 ulnis de canabo ad 
lanaro inponendam et saccandam, i6d. In lana carianda apud 
Londoniam, izd. In corredio U(auricii) de Turvjlla, gd. In corredio 
dusdam, et G. de Adent', 3$. zd. In corredio R{oberti) Basset pei 
4 dies, 2s. 9^. In conredio [sicj R(ogeri) Wacelini, 6d. In conredio 
G(ervasii) venat(oris), et sociorum eius, cum canibus Episcopi, 4s. 
In mercede 7 canicariorum pro aratura Sabbatorum per annum, et 
I caiucarii per 3 partes anni, 39S. I J(2. In pane 2 precaiiarum autump- 
nalium, 14S. In alleciis, 4s. ^d- In solido 3 bovarionun per annum, 
los. 6d.; I bovarii per 3 partes atmi, 31^. In solido i caretarii 
per atmum, 3s. ; i caretarii per dimidium aimum, i8d. i vaccarii 
per annum, 35. In liberatione R. servientis, 6os. lod. Sununa: 
£25 13S. iid. 

Summa liberationis et expense : £40 35. gd. 
Et debet 47«. lOi. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est.' 

Exitus Grangiarutn 

Idem reddunt compotum de 145 quarteiiis 2 bussellis de toto 
exitu fiumenti. In semine 576 acrarum, 90 quarteiia dimidium. In 
missis apud Wlveseiam, 4 quaxteria. In missis apud Waltbam, 3 
quarteiia. In piecariis autupnalibus, 3 quarteria. In supiavenditis, 
44 quarteria dimidium 2 busselli. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 22 quarteriis 3 bussellis de toto 
exitu curalli. In supravenditis, totum. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 quaiteriis dimidio 2 bussellis de 
toto exitu mancomi. In porcis pascendis, totum. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 89 dimidiJs quarteriis* de toto exitu 

1 Posubly altered to i^d. in MS. The middle X of 'XXX' U paiily erased 
and stroked tbns— XlX. 

■ Flaw in MS. ' 'compotnm . . .', the writmg is smeared. 

* Sic in MS. for '89 qaMteriis dimidio'. 



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24 THE PIPB ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTEK 

orda. Et de 2 quarteriis postea emptis et dimidio. Summa: 92 
quarteria. In semine 114 acrarum, 38 guarteria dimidium. In 
liberatione 3 bovariorum, i caretarii, i vaccarii, 32 quarteria 
dimidium. In liberatione daie per annum, 5 quarteria dimidium. 
In liberatione i bovarii per 12 ebdomadas, i quarterium dimidiiim. 
In liberatione i bovarii per 34 ebdomadas, 4 quaiteria 2 busselli. 
In liberatione i bovarii per 22 ebdomadas, 2 quaiteria dimi' 
dium 2 busselli. In precariis autumpnalibus, 2 quaiteria dimidium. 
In consuetudine beicarii, i quarterium. In consuetudine porcarii, 
dimidium quaiterium. In liberatione 2 bovariorum a festo Sancti 
Petri ad Vincula usque ad festum Sancti Michaelis, 3 quarteria. 
Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt c<Hnpotum de 103 quarteriis 2 busseUis de toto 
exitu avene. Et de 30 quaxteiiis postea emptis. Sununa: 133^ 2 
busselli. In semine 249 acrarum, 52 quarteria dimidium. In missis 
apud Wlveseiam, et ibi libeiatis J(ohanni) decano pei i talliam. 7 
quaiteria. In liberatis G(alfrido) marescallo pei i talliam, 25 quar- 
teria. In prebenda magistri R(oberti) Basset per 4 noctes, i quar- 
terium dimidium 3 busselli. In prebenda M(auricii) de Turvilla, 5 
busselli. In prebenda M(auricii) de Turvilla, et G. de Aclent' per i 
noctem, i quarterium. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini, 4 busselli. la 
piebenda 8 avrorum per dimidium annum, et 2 avroium per annum, 
35 quarteria 2 busselli. In bobus sustinendis, 9 quarteria dimidium. 
Qui(etus est).* 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 53 bobus remanentibus anno 
pieterito. Et de 17 postea emptis. De 2 adiunctis de instauro. De 2 
proventis de Overtona. De i de testamento Hugonis de Alebroc. 
Summa: 75.' In vivis venditis, 4. In missis apud Taddel(egam), 2, 
In occiso ad precarias autumpnales, i. In mortuo, i; de coriis 
superius respondent. Summa: 16.* Et remanent 59.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13 avris lemanentibus anno pie- 
terito. De i adiuncto de instauro. De 2 postea emptis. Summa: 16. 
In moituis, 8, unde i corium dealbatum est. Et remanent 8. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 vaccis, 2 tauris remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 7 proventis de Overtona. De i adiuncta de 
instauro. Summa: 28 vacce, 2 tauri. In vivis venditis, 3. In mortuis, 2. 
In adiuncto bobus, i taunis. In missis apud Taddel(egam), 2. 
Summa: 8. Et remanent 2i vacce, i taurus. 

' 'quarteria' omitted. 

■ 'g qnarteii& . . .', writtea at the end of the Uoe below in HS. 

• The 5 ia 75 is written over an erasure. • The correct total is 8. 

• The 59 is wiitten over an erasure. The correct total is 67. 



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Idem reddunt compotum de 2 bovettis, 2 geniculis remanentibus 
anno preterito. In adiimcto bobus, i. In Euliuncta vaccis, i. In 
mortuis, i bovettus, i genicula. NichU remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de g bovettis anno preterito [sic], 
annalibus. De 5 receptis de Overtona. Summa : 14. In mortuis, 4. 
Et remanent 10, unde 5 sunt masculi, 5 femelle. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 annalibus remanentibus anno 
praterito, vitulis. Omnes remanent, unde 4 sunt masculi, 2 femeUe. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro. In dedma, i. Et remanent 13. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 16 equabus silvestribus, 2 equis 
remanentibus anno preterito. In adiuncta avris, I. In mortua, i. 
Et remanent 13 eque, 2 equi,' 

Idem reddimt compotum de 2 pullis prolixioris etatis remanenti- 
bus anno preterito. Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 pulUs annalibus remanentibus 
anno preterito. Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 195 ovibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 26 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 221. In vivis venditis 
ad festum Sancti Martini, 10. In mortuis ante partum, 3; post 
partum et ante tonsionem, 17; post tonsionem, 5. Summa: 35. Et 
reraanent 186. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 158 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 15 adiunctis de instaiux). Summa: 173. In mortuis ante 
tonsionem, 10. In vivis venditis post tonsionem, 16. In mortuis post 
tonsionem, 4. Stunma: 30. Et remanent 143. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 56 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In adiunctis ovibus, 26. In adiunctis multonibus, 15. 
In mortuis ante tonsionem, 11; post tonsionem, 4. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 177 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 5 oves erant stehles. In decima, 17. In consuetudine 
prepositi, bedelU, haiwardi, bercarii, 4. In vivis venditis, 3. In 
mortuis, 52 ante tonsionem, et post tonsionem, 3, imde pelles sunt 
liberate J(ohanni) decano de Wlveseia per i talliam, et de predo 
aliarum superius respondent. Et remanent 98. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 58 porcis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 21 proventis hoc anno de suibus. De 2 inventis in 
parco. Summa: 81. In decima, 2. In consuetudine porcaiii, i. In 
missis apud Wlveseiam, 20. In mortuis, 25. Summa: 48. Et re- 
manent 33, unde i est verres, 7 sues, 20 superannati, 7 porcelli de 
dimidio anno.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 358 velleribus grossis et crispis. In 

t The correct totaJ is '14 cque, 2 equi'. 

* According to these fignres, the total should be 35, not 33. 



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26 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER 

decima, 35. In consuetudine 2 beTcarionim, daie, 3. In missis apud 
Suwerke, et liberatis R(ogero) Wacelino, J. caTetaho, 320, que 
fecenint 2 pondera 3 clavos. 

Idem Teddtmt compotum de loi velleribus agninis. In supra- 
venditis, totom, quod fedt 4 petras. 

Idem Teddunt compotum de 21 caseis remanentibus amio 
preterito. De 158, qoi inceperunt fieri 7 Kalendas Maii, et desierunt 
die Sancti Michaelis, utroque die computato, et de 7 factis ante 
ablactationem. De 22 caseis factis de vaccis in yeme. Sununa : 208. 
In dedma, 18. In consuetudine prepositi, bedelli, fabri, bercarii, 
daie, 5. In precariis autumpnalibus, 16. In liberatis Eustachio de 
Gremvilla, 7 per i talliam. In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, 47 per i 
talliam. In supravenditis, 105, qui fecerunt 4 pondera. Summa: 198. 
Et remanent 10. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 36 gallinis remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de 46 receptis hoc anno de cheriset. Summa: 82. In 
Uberatis Stephano clerico per i talliam, 36. In expensis R(ogeri) 
Wacelini, 3. In mortuis, 4. Et remanent 39. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 vomeribus proventis de purchasiis. 
In ferramento caruce, i. Et remanent 3. 

Stokes* 

A(lvTedus)* de Quinci, et Henricus prepositus reddunt compotum 
de £12 4$. 0^.' de gabulo assiso. De I2d. de Hamelega de incremento 
gabuli. De 40S. de firma molendini. Summa: £14 55. o\d.* 

In quietandis i prepositi, 45. ; i bedelli, i fabri, i vaccarii per 
annum, 6s. ; 6 carucariorum, i bovarii per annum, 14«. ; 2 operarum,' 
I porcarii per annum, 6s. Summa: 30S. 

In defectu terre Ricardi Calvi, gs. In defectu longi prati tracti in 
dominicum, ys. In defectu de Westfeld' tracta in dominicum, 55, In 
defectu terre Picoti tracte in dominicum, 141^. In defectu terre 
Willelmi et Edrid tracte in dominicum, 2s. 6d. In defectu terre 
Nicholai tracte in dominicum, i2d. In defectu terre Ricardi Juvenis 
tracte in donuncum, i6d. In defectu aque ex precepto Episcopi, 35. 
Summa: 30S. 

Summa quietandarum et defectuum: 6os. 
Summa remanens: £11 5s. o^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40$. de pannagio. De $s. de herbagio. 

■ The title is writtcD in tbe left-ba,nd margin of MS. in capitals. 
' See H. HaU, p. 35. 

• Originally £13 4S. 0^4.. but altered to ^ia 4S, o^d. by the erasure of the 
last stroke in XIII. 

* The ^14 is written over ao erasare. * Sic iu MS. for 'operarioruin'. 



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De 45. de i bove vivo vendito. De ys. (>^. de coriis 2 boum, 5 vac- 
caniin, 2 bovettorum. De6s. zi. de i pondere casei vendito. Summa: 
625. 8K> 

Idem reddunt compotum de 31S. 6^. de 11 quarteriis dimidio de 
veteri frumento venditis. De 31S. i\d. de 8 quarteriis ordei venditis. 
De 3s. de 3 quarteriis dimidio curalli venditis. Summa; 66s. 

PuTchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2s. de Ricaido de Bovietto pro 
forisfacto pasture. De 2s. de Thoma de Brombrigge pro pastura, et 
forisfacto bosci. De i2d. de Gennano de Brorabrigge pro simili. De 
(d. de Waltero de Kalebroke pro simili. De izd. de Radulfo Gunt' pro 
simili. De i3(?. de Wilielmo de Brombrigge pro simili. De 6(i. de 
GodeMdo Pote pro simili. De 6d. de Henrico Pote pro simili. De 6rf. 
de Edwino pro simili. De izd. de Adam de Strete pro simili. De 6d. 
de Roberto fabro pro simili. De lid. de Rogero clerico pro simili. De 
i2d. de Roberto Ferling' pro simili. De bd. de Waltero Doget pro 
simili. De i2d. de Germano pro simili. De iM. de Radulfo Sevare pro 
simili. De i2rf, de Roberto Dom pro simili. De i2d. de Willelmo King 
pro simili. De 6rf. de Willelmo Odone pro simili. De i8d. de Gilit)ert 
de Brombrigge pro simili. De 6rf. de Ricardo Spure pro simili. De izd. 
de Galfrido de Brombrigge pro simili. De (>d. de Willelmo de Cnolle 
pro simili. De 6rf. de Henrico Pote pro simili. De rid. de Waltero de 
Bikebrocke pro simili. De (>d. de Wiilebno Buse pro simili. De (>d. de 
Willelmo Haroldi pro homine hospitato. De f>d. de Ricardo Bigge 
pro pastura. De bd. de Gilibert Mande pro simili. De f)d. de Roberto 
Alvrici pro simili, De I2i. de vidua Roberti Dud pro fine terre. De 
I2d. de Mauricio pro manutenemento. De izd. de Algero de Bike- 
brocke pro forisfacto bosci. De f>d. de Waltero de Pila pro pastura. 
De f>d. de Germano de Brombrigge pro simili. De 6rf. de* Willelmo 
Ballinge pro simili. De dd. de Picoto pro simili. De I2d. de Gilibert de 
Brombrigge pro simili. De (>d. de GaJfrido Ailmari pro simili. De (>d. 
de Ailw^:do Spure pro simili. De (>d. de Galfrido franci-plegii pro 
simili. De 6d. de Willelmo Dora pro plegagio. De (td. de Radulfo 
Sevare pro pastura. De 6rf. de Waltero de Feld' pro simili. De (>d. de 
Waltero de Stroda pro simili. De 265. 8rf. de tedinga de Stokes pro 2 
concelamentis. De 5rf. de Godwino Triwe pro forisfacto bosci, De 2s. 
de Galfrido Nigro pro simili. De ()d. de Ailwardo Spure pro simili. 
De ()d. de Martino de Bikebroke pro simili. De bd. de Thoraa de Pila 
pro simili. De bd. de J. de Fraxino pro simili. De 35. de Ingelra(rd) de 
Stokes pro simili. De (>d. de Willelmo Ailwardi pro simili. De 6d. de 
Willelmo Ingulfi pro simiU. De Z2d. de Waltero Wibui^' pro simili. 



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28 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPKIC OF WINCHE5TEK 

De T.2d. de Waltero de Bikebrocke pro similj. De i^d. de Gicardo 
Spure pro simili. De i2d. de Edwardo Ballinge pro simili. De (>d. de 
Ricardo Dom pro simiU. De i2d. de Hemico Pote pro simili. De dd. 
de Adam de Strete pro simili. De i.2d. de Galfrido Augustini pro 
simili. De td. de Osbert Coc pro simili. De i2d. de Radulfo Sevare 
pro simili. De 6d. de Galfrido Ai]m(ari) pro simili. De iM. de Waltero 
de Pila pro simili. De bd. de Roberto Augustini pro simili. De 6(2. de 
Ricardo de Cnolle pro simili. Summa: £4 os. 20d. 

Summa totius recepte : £zi 155. $i. 

Liheratio 

In liberatis J(ohanni] decano de Wlveseia per 2 taillas [stc]: 
£18 6s. iijrf. 

Expensa 

In ferramento 3 carrucarum^ 2 avrorum per annum, ds. i^. In 
carucis de novo paratis, et 2 paribus rotarum ad idem, zid. In i pari 
rotarum empto ad bigam, 25. ^. In paronis et paronellis, sellis, 
bads,* capistris, clutis 2 bigarum, 2s. 4/i. In precahis hyemalibus 27 
carucarum dimidie, 4S. 71?. In precariis quadr^esimalibus 36 caru- 
carum, 35. In arura 6 carucariorum pro rg Sabbatis, 95. (>d. In 2 
caretillis 2 bigarum parandis, yd. In grangia Wallanda, et 2 grangiis, 
et bovaria cooperiendis, et in stipula colligenda ad idem, 9S. jd. In 
gardino assartando, zzd. In porta punfalde paranda, 2rf. In equo 
caretario empto, I2s. In stipendiis i caretarii,* i daie, custodis 
vitulorum' per annum, 6s. ^. In custo daerie, iid. In serrura empta 
ad punfaldam, id. In cariando i toneilo sicere ad Waltham, i2d. In 
cariando i tonello sicere ad Merewellam, td. In consuetudine longi 
prati, 12^. In consuetudine Brentemede, %d. In 500 alleciis emptis ad 
2 precarias autupnales, 2ad. In 2 pelis ferrandis, id. In mercede i 
carpentarii per 18 dies, 35. Summa: 68s. ^\d. 

Summa liberationis et expense: jf2r ijs. ^i. Quiet(us est). 

ExiUts Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 11 quarteriis dimidio frumenti 
remanentibus anno preterito. De 89 quarteriis de toto exitu fru- 
menti. Summa: 100 quarteria dimidium. In semine 220 acrarum, 
26 quarteria dimidium. In missis ad Wlveseiam, 9, per i tailliam.* 
Iq missis apud Waltham, 52' dimidium, per i taUiam. In prato 

' Sie in MS. 

■ Sic in MS. for 'baciis'. 

* 'caretEtrii', and 'vitulorum' are both written over crasures. 

' Tlus form of the word occurs occasionally, but 'talliam' is moie commoa. 

* 'quarteria' has obvioDsly been omitted ia MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 29 

falcando, i quarterium. In supravenditis, ii quarteria dimiditun.^ 
Quiet(us est). 

Idem redduQt compotum de 46 quarteriis dimidio 3 bussellis de 
toto exitu ordei. De 2 quarteriis dimidio de cherisetto, et i bussello, 
unde 8 faciunt quarterium. Summa: 49 quarteria et dimidium. In 
semine 47 acraium, 12 quarteria, In liberatione i caretarii, daie, per 
annum, lo quarteria 3 busselli. In custode vitulorum, 3 quarteria i 
bussellus. In 6 precariis autumpnalibus, 6 quarteria. In supra- 
venditis, l8 quarteria. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 quarteriis dimidio curalli. In 
pords sustinendis, 2 quarteria. In supravenditis, 3 quarteiia dimi- 
dium. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 105 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
In semine 145 acranun, 38 quarteria. In pret)enda i avri per annum, 
I per I terminum, 4 quarteria. In farina ad opus famulorum, i 
quarterium dimidium. In missis apud Merewellam ad prebendam 
domini Episcopi per i talliam, 46 quarteria. In missis ad Waltham 
per I taltiam, 12 quarteria. In prebenda equi Episcopi ibi, per iz 
ebdomadas perendinati, 3 quarteria dimidium. Quiet(us est). 

Instawum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 48 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 8 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 56. In mortuis, 2. 
In supravendito, i. Et remanent 53. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i avro empto. De i recepto de 
Twiforda. Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 39 vacds, i tauro remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 8 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 48. In mortuis, 
5 vacce. Et remanent 42 vacce, i taurus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 bovettis, 8 geniculis remanentibus 
anno preterito. In adiunctis bobus, 8. In adiunctis vaccis, 8. Nichil 
remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 24 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 22, unde 9 smit boviculi, 13 
genicule. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. Omnes remanent, unde 3 sunt mascuU, 6 femelle. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
predictis vacds, quia cetere fuerunt steriles. In decima, i. Et 
remanent 13. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 44 caseis factis in hyeme. De 152, 
qui inceperunt fieri die Apostolorum PhiUppi et Jacobi, et desierunt 

' According to the figures siven, denoting the diapoial of the wheat, the 
totol CTop should eqnal 101} qaarters. 



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30 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTES 

die SaBcti HicliaeUs, utroque die computato. Summa: 196. In 
dedma, 19. In consuetudine 2 pratorum, z. In magno prato falcando, 
9. In 3 precariis, 18. In missis ad Wlveseiam per 2 tallias, 39. In 
missis ad cimam domini Regis, et ibi liberatis Rogero Wacelino, 11. In 
liberatis Luce pictori, 10. In supravenditis, 87, qui fecenmt i pondus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 25 porcis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 22 proventis hoc anno de suibus. Summa: 47. In 
dedma, 2. In consuetudine porcarii, i. In mortuis, 18. Et remanent 
26, unde 4 sunt sues, i verres, 16 superannati, 5 hoggetti. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 95 gallinis de cherisetto. In missis 
ad Merewellam per i talliam, 75. In missis ad Hantonam, liberatis 
R(ogero) Wacehno ad opus domini Regis, 20 per l taUiam. 

Idem (reddunt compotum de)^ 550 ovis. In missis apud Waltham, 
totmn. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 350 anguillis proventis de molendino. 
In liberatis R(ogero) WaceUno apud Wlveseiam, totum per i taUiam. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 toneUis sicere. (In misso ad?)^ 
Waltham, i. In misso apud Merewellam, i. In missis apud Wlvese- 
iam. 7. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 23 equis silvestribus, qui venerunt 
de Walia. De 19 pullis. De 3 receptis de MereweUa cum i puUo. 
Summa: 46. Omnes remanent. 

DUNTONA 

W.* serviens, R. et A. prepositi reddunt compotum de ^5 $s. 8d. 
de gabulo assiso. De izrf. de incremento gabuli de dimidia virgata 
Galfridi de Wike. De 39S. de^g placiis in burgo. Summa: £3y 6s. Bd.' 

In quietancia i prepositi, 55, In leparatore pontis, 5s. ; i fores- 
tario, 45.; 2 haiwardis de Duntona et Wike, 45.; i haiwardo de 
Widmtona, 2od. ; 14 carucariis de Duntona, et Wike, et Nuntona, 
28s.; 2 carucariis de Widintona, 401^.; i bovario, i porcario, i 
vaccario, 6s. 3 bercaiiis de Wike, Bereforda, Nuntona, 6s.; i ber- 
cario de Wdintona, zod.; 3* operariis per annum, 6s. 
Smnma quietanciarum : 70S. 8d. 
Summa lemanens: £$$ i$s. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 14S. lo^d. de pannagio. De los. de 
herbagio cuiusdam maiiscaUi. De 19S. 2d. de herbagio. De i^d. de 
hominibus qui dant cheriset.' De $s. i\d. de residuo denarionim 

' M5. is holed here. ■ Willelmas filius Gilibert. See below, p. 34. 

* Tbe 6t. 8d. is inserted at the end of the Une below in M5. 

* '2oi.; 3'; MS. is discolovired, making these figures «Jmaat tllesible. 

' Thia rent, nsually paid in hens, occnrs regularly in the stock acconnt of 
each manor. 5ee further, N. Neilson, Customary Rtnts, pp. 194, 195, nn. 4-S. 



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Beati Petri.^ De 30S. de 4 bobus vivis venditis. De 75. de i avro 
vendito. De 48S. de 72 ovibus vivis venditis ad festom Sancti Mar- 
tini. De ^^7 45. id. de 133 multonibus venditis. De {i5d.7)* de 5 agnis 
vivis venditis. De i8s. 8d, de coriis 12 bomn, i vacce. De i8s. 9J. de 
pellibus 105 ovium, 39 multonum, 25 hoggettonim. De 20S. '^^. de 
pellibus 337 [ ]> mortu [ ] venditis. De 50S. i^d. de scotalla.* 
De ^6 8s, de 16 ponderibus casei venditis. Summa: £25 i6s. 91/. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £5 14S. 8d. de 43 quarteriis {fru- 
menti?)' veteris venditis. De £25 i2S. zd. de 142 quarteiiis frumenti 
huius anni venditis. De (15S.?)' lo quarteriis curalli preteriti anni 
venditis. De 48(s.)* yd. de 23 quarteriis dimidio curalli huius anni 
ven(ditis).' De 755. de 25 quarteriis mancomi venditis. De £8 17S. de 
74 quarteriis dimidio ordei venditis. De 70S. de 42 quarteriis avene 
venditis. De iis. lod. de 4 quarteriis dimidio pisanim ve(nditis).' 
Summa: £51 4S. 31/. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 41S. &/. de 13 quarteriis frumenti 
venditis. De £5 55. ^d. de 53 quarteriis dimidio mancoTni venditis 
De 8s. $^. de 2 (quarteriis?)' dimidio i bussello gruelli venditis. 
De iis. Tod. de 4 quarteriis dimidio pisarum venditis. Summa; 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20s. de Rogero Alani pio filia 
maritanda. De 5s. de Radulfo Cuch pro simili. De i marca de Salo- 
mone pro femina capienda. De 6d. de Roberto Magno pro lege. De 
6d. de Radulfo filio Edithe pio (simili?)' De I2d. de Ailet filio 
Savunari pro simili. De 2S. de Waltero Peni pro simili. De 2S. de 
Ailet de Stanlinche pro simili. De 6d, de Waltero le Sel pro mellea. 
De 6d. de Willelmo Hobinel pro simili.^ 

* For metbods of coUectiog Feter'a Pence, ond instances of the retention 
o£ any saiplus by the collectors, see N. Neilson, Customary Rents, p. 199. 
Innocent III had conunissioned Peter des Roches, at Rome for his coosecra- 
tion, to collect the full amount of Peter's Pence due from England. See W. E. 
Lunt, Financial RelaHons of Ihe Papacy uiitli England, pp. 56-7, and D.N.B., 
XV, 938. 

■ At this point ttae right hand margin of the membrane, and a part of thB 
text are wom away. The lyd. has been deduced from the total gtven below. 
» See note a. The parts of the text that are missing are indicated by [ ], 

* See N. Neilson, Custommy Renls, pp. 150-3. for a fnll discussion. 

* MS. badly creased. * Omitted in MS. 

' The right-hand margin ot the membrane, and a part ot the text ate tora 

' The names of the manore entered in capitals on the toogne of tbe mem- 
t»ane are: Stokes; Duntona; Femham. 

As on the first membrane, there is a vertical sUt in the centre of the foot 
of the membrane about an inch in length. 



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32 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 
M. 2. Dorse 

De dimidia marca de 'Willelmo piscatore pro teira. De 2s. id. de 
Willelmo Ailet pro bosco. De 45. zd. de Waltero Drage pro simili. 
De T.2d. de Jordano pro simili. De bd. de Roberto de Hale pro 
pastura. De bd. de Willelmo Rufo pro simili. De 2s. de equis [sic] de 
Eblesbuma pro simili. De izd. de Osgod Palle. De i2d. de Ailmero 
pro bove male vincato. De zs. de Radulfo de Wike pro stagno 
fracto. De izi. de Reginaldo Purs pro virgis. De 6rf, de Willebno 
cuperio,* quia non venit ad chaseam. De f)d. de Radulfo Probo pio 
simili. De 6d. de Johanne Sewi. De td. de Radulfo Bugge. De 6d. de 
Waltero Cumitiam. De 6d. de Willelmo Burello. De 6<f. de Stephano 
Colure, quia pugnavit in foro. De (>d. de filio Nicholai. De (>d. de 
Rogero Tolli pro falso clamore. De i marca de Galfrido Curche, quia 
non fuit in thedinga. De 5s. de thedtnga de Duntona. De los. de 
thedinga de Cherletona. De 4«. de thedinga de Bortham. De los. 
de thedinga Ecclesie. De i2d. de thedinga de Widintona. De 45. de 
thedinga de Wike. De i2d. de Wlvrico Haur pro forisfacto bosd. De 
6i. de Radulfo Tuche pro simili. De (>d. de Roberto Lemai pro 
tutela facta in prato, De 6f/. de Ricardo de Fugedene pro simili. De 
6d. de Eilrico RufEo pro simili. De zs. de Ricardo Glide pro forisfacto 
bosci. De i2d. de Osgod filio Edithe pro brueria. De 55. de thedinga 
de Duntona. De 45. de thedinga de Wike. De izd. de thedinga de 
Widintona. De los. de thedinga de Cherletona. De 45. de thedinga de 
Bortham. De los. de thedinga Ecclesie. De f)d. de Rogero caietario, 
quia non venit ad hundredum. De 6</. de Ricardo filio Ricardi pro 
simili. De 6rf. de Galfrido filio Ricardi pro simili. De 6d. de Roberto 
fiho Reginaldi pro simili. De (>d. de Roberto Breu pro simili. De 6«i. 
de Osbert Pilewis pro simiU. De (id. de WiUelrao de Widetona pro 
mala aratura. De 6d. de Ricardo de Fugedene pro falso clamore. De 
5s. de Ailward haiwardo pro blado male servato. De ftd. de Willelmo 
Swting pro contradictione. De i2d. de Ricardo filio Sauvner pro 
tutela facta. De 6d. de Sewi King pro simili. De i.2d. de Eihico Modi 
pro simili. De 6d. de GiUberto Pig pro simili. De zs. de Ailwino Pasca 
pro tabula adducta. De 6d. de Thoma de Widintona pro simili. De 
i&d. de Rogero de Berefoida pro pannagio concelato. De X2d. de 
Rogero Alani pro pastura. De 6d. de Ailet filio Sauvner pro falso 
clamore. De 6d. de Radulfo Clute pro blado. De bd. de Reginaldo 
Stomer pro forisfacto bosci. De i2d. de Elya de Wike pro terra 
habenda. De izd. de Ricaido Glede pro pastura. De 6d. de bercario 
de Widintona pro simih. De 6d. de Ada molendinario pro plegagio. 
De 6d. de Noimanno pro simili. De i2d. de Bemardo Cave pro 
simiH. De i2d. de Radulfo Trapel pro simiU. De i2d. de Ingerard de 

• 'caprario' and 'capro' are possible alternatives. 

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Wike pro simili. De 6tf. de Alwino Cnave pro simili. De6tf.de Will- 
dmo RuSo pro simili. De los. de Thoma pannentario, ut possit 
remanere in hundredo. De 35. de Randulfo molendinario pro simili. 
De 6d, de Ailrico Modi pro sitnili. De 6d. de Wlvrico haiward pro 
simili. De izd. de Helya de Hantewf [sic] pro bosco. De 6d, de 
Roberto de la Hale pro pastura. De 6d. de Edwardo Bilri pro lege. 
De I2d. de duobus Mis Crimei pro herbagio. De 6d. de Ailet de 
Stanlinche pro prato. De 6d. de Ricardo Belf pro oideo capto. De 
3$. de Ailrico Vido pro filia maritanda. De 6d. de Gilibert Dugel pro 
bosco. De dimidia marca de Ailwardo Predo pro bosco. De 20S. de 
Radulfo Novo pro terra sua tenenda. De dimidia marca de Waltero 
Cave pro simili. De 2s. de Ainulfo pro capa. De i marca de thedinga 
Ecclesie pro homine recepto iniuste. De la/. de Willelmo de Widin- 
tona pro falso clamore. De 2s. de Ricardo Herb(erti), De I2d. de 
Ailet de Stanlinche. De 6d. de Galfrido Scundi pro ordeo. De i2d. de 
Siwardo de Stanlinche. De 2S. de Normanno pro opere autmnpnaJi. 
De 2s. de Bemard Dugel pro simili. De 2s. de Godwino Peche pro 
simili. De 3s. de Roberto de Widintona pro simili. De i&d. de Waltero 
de Ala pro simili. De i8d. de Willelmo bercario pro simUi. De 2s. de 
V^elmo piscatore pro simili. De 35. de WiUelmo Sacde pro simili. 
De 3s. de Widoe' Sacde pro simili. De 6d. de Roberto Gumai pro 
pastura. De izd. de Ricardo Glide pro simili. De 6d. de Ailrico de 
Bereforda pro simili. De 64. de Willelmo Alani pro simiH. De 64. de 
Willelmo Britonis pro simili. De 64. de Amoldo de Stanlinche pro 
plegagio. De 4$, de Sweine de Puttewella pro bosco. De 3s. de Odone 
fratre Cole, ut possit remanere in foro. De 2S. de Godefrido de 
Puttewella pro plagagio. De 6d. de Willelmo filio Hugonis pro 
pastura. De I2d. de uxoie Burel pro opere autumpnaU. De I2d. de 
Phihppo caiucario pro mala aratura. De 20s. de hominibus ville pro 
relaxatione emptionis medie. Simuna: £15 i6s. ^d. 
Summa totius recepte: ^£136 8s. iijrf. 

Liberatio 

In hberatis J(ohanni) decano per i talliam, £100. 



In ferramentis 8 camcarum per annum, 345. 84. In ferrura 2 
avrorum per annum, 2s. 8d. In mercede fabri, 8s. In 2 bigis ferrandis, 
los. 84. In paronis, paronellis, sellis, capistris, cordis, 23^1^. In 2 
tinis, 6d. In 3 saccis, I2d. In precariis hyemalibus de 57 caruds, 
gs. 84. In precariis quadragesimalibus de 62 carucis, los. ^d. In 
42 ovibus emptis cum agnis, 565. In 40 ovibus emptis sine agnis, 
43S. 44. In consuetudine falcatorum de Nuntona, 64. In talamo 
reparando, i2d. In bercaria reparanda et cooperienda, 35. 6d, In 



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34 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WINCHESTER 

grangia reparanda et cooperienda los. gd. In fossandis 133 pertids 
circa bladum, 19$. 7^. In 45 ulnis de canabo emptis ad lanam in- 
ponendam, ys. bd. In gardino claudendo, 8s. In mola empta ad 
molendinmn, 185. ^. In rotis et fusis reparandis per annum, 6s. i{d. 
In 12 bobus emptis, 68s. iid. In custo daerle, gs. 2d. In sarclura 
200 acraium, 8s. ^tf. In triturandis 217 quartehis dimidio frumenti, 
40 quarteriis de mancomo, 173 quarteriis dimidio de ordeo, 190 
quarteriis avene, 8 quarteriis dimidio de pisis, et pro ventilatione 
bladi eiusdem, 675. 6d. In stipendiis i carpentarii per annum, 
dimidia marca; 2 caretariorum, i bovarii per annum, gs.; i bovarii 
de Nuntona, i2d.; i daie, 2s, 6d. In liberatione W(illelmi) filii 
Gilibert, 6os. tod. In marlatura 6 acrarum, 145. In marla spaigenda, 
I2d. Summa: £25 2s. ii^d. 

In expensis magistri R[oberti] Basset coram Justiciaiiis foreste 
apud Wiltonam, I2s. &d. In expensis eiusdem in Quadragesima 
eundo et redeundo [s»c] de Cnoel, 4s. 8^. In expensis hominum 
sttorum per 2 noctes, 3irf. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini per plura 
itinera, 35. $d. In expensls M(auricii) de Turvilla, et G(alfridi) de 
Aclanda per plures vices, 195. 7^. In expensis 2 garciferorum, 
custodientium 5 destrarios Regis, 45. In feirura eorumdem, ^\d. 
In expensis Nicholai Azonis, et hominis sui custodientium 5 equos 
domini Episcopi per 3 septimanas, 5$. ^d. In ferrura eommdem, I2d. 
In expensis eiusdem quando duxit eosdem eguos apud Gloucestriam, 
2s. In meicede* qui fecit laidarium de 91 porcis, 11 bobus apud 
Duntonam, 3s. In liberatis hominibus de Wike pro terra sua gwarata, 
£$ 14S. gd, per breve domini Episcopi. In 4 quarteriis salis emptis ad 
^rdarium, 45. In expensis Regine, 5s. iid. Summa: £g 2s. 3^. 
Summa totius expense: £34 5s. ^d. 
Summa hberationis et expense: ^£134 5s. 31^. 
Et debet 43S. 8^. Solvit post compotum. £t quietus est. 

Exitm Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 43 quarteriis fiumenti lemanentibus 
anno preterito. De 261 dimidiis quarteriis* de toto exitu frumenti 
huius anni. Summa: 304 quarteria dimidium. In semine 304 acrarum, 
102 quarteria dimidium. In expensis domini Episcopi apud Cnoel, 
17 quarteria. In supravenditis, 185 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 quarteriis curalli remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 23' quarteriis dimidio de exitu curalli huius anni. 
Summa: 33 quarteria dimidium. In supiavenditis, totum. Quiet(us 
est). 

* An omissiDii, perhaps of the word 'carpentarii'. 

■ Sic io M5. for 'De 361 quarteriis dimidio*. 

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Idem reddunt compotum de 56 quarteriis de toto exitu man- 
corni. In semine 18 acrarum, 6 quarteria. In 4 precariis autumpnali- 
bus, 12 quarteria. In porcis et porcellis pascendis in hieme, 7. In 
braseo ad scotallam, 6 quarteria. In supravenditis, 25. Quiet(us 
est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 215 quarteriis de toto exitu ordei. 
In semine 201 acraium dimidie, 100 quarteria dimidium, In con- 
suetudine carucarii, i quarterium. In consuetudine pro fimis 
extrahendis, 2 quarteria. In braseo ad scotallam, 6 quarteria. In 
conredio 2 caretariorum, i carpentarii, i bovarii, 26 quarteria. In 
corredio daie, 5 quarteria. In supravei^tis, 74 quarteria dimidium. 
Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 269 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
avene. In semine 196 acrarum dimidie, 97 quarteria dimidium. In 
tnebenda^ domini Episcopi, et liberatis per taltiani G(alfrido} mares- 
callo, 18 quarteria dimidium 2 busselli. In prebenda eiusdem, et 
liberatis eidem Dominica post Purificationem* per i talliam, 28. 
In prebenda eiusdem apud Brummoram, liberatis eidem G(alfrido), 
4 quarteria 2 busselli. In pret)enda eiusdem proxima Dominica post 
festum Sancti Michaelis,* 6 quariieria i bussellus. In dono Episcopi 
Ricardo de Plesseiz, i quarterium. In prebenda Regis Dominica 
proxima post Purificationem,* 26 quarteria. In prebenda magistri 
R(oberti) Basset, i quarterium i bussellus. In prebenda eiusdem ad 
placita foreste, 3 quarteria 6 busselli. In prebenda M(auricii) de 
TurvJUa, G(alfridi) de Aclanda, per plura itinera, 5 quarteria 2 
busselli. In prebenda hominum senescalli, 6 busselli. In prebenda 
R(ogeri) Wacelini per plures vices, i quarterium 4 busselli. In 
prebenda Philippi de Croperie, Willelmi Esturin(i), Roberti de 
Lurduna, Stephani clerici, et carettariorum domini Episcopi, i 
quarterium dimidium. In prebenda i equi Willelmi de Mallai per 
17 noctes, 2 quarteria. In prebenda 5 destrari<mim Regis per 12 
noctes, 5 quarteria 2 busselli. In prebenda 5 equorum Episcopi 
perendinatorum apud Duntonam per 22 noctes, 8 quarteria 2 
busseUi. In pret)enda i equi, qui remansit, ceteris adductis Galouces- 
triam, per 17 noctes, 2 quarteria. In prebenda 2 equorum domini 
Episcopi per 19 noctes, 4 quarteria. In prebenda 2 caretarioium 
per annum, 10 quarteria dimidium. In supravenditis, 42. Summa: 
269. dimidium. £t quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 quarteiiis de toto exitu pisarum. 
In semine 18 acrarum, 4 quarteria dimidium. In supravenditis, 
4 quarteria dimidtum. Summa: 9. Et quiet(us est). 

^Sis in MS. for 'prebenda'. 
• Febrnary 6. 
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30 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Insiaurum 

Idem reddunt compotutn de 99 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 6 aditmctis de instavux). De 12 postea emptis. Summa: 117. 
In vivis venditis, 4. In ocdsis ad lardarium, II. In mortuo, i Et 
remanent loi boves. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 avris remanentibus aono preterito. 
De I de testamento Fudeset. Summa: 3. In mortuo, i. £t remanent 2. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 22 vacds, i tauro remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 5 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 28. In mortua, i. 
Et remanent 26 vacce, x taurus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 bovettis, de 5 genicuUs remanenti- 
bus anno preterito. In adiimctis bobus, 6. In adiunctis vaccis, 5. 
Nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 annalibus remanentlbus anno 
preterito. In mortuo, i. £t remanent 11, unde 5 sunt masculi, 
6 feraelle. 

Idem reddont compotum de n aonalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. Omnes remanent, unde 6 sunt masculi, 5 femelle. 

Idem reddunt compottmi de iz vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
prescriptis vaccis, quia cetere fuerunt steriles. In decima, i. Et 
remanent 11. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 1,072 ovibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 82 postea emptis. De 25 ex consuetudine herbagii 
post partum, et ante tonsionem. De 85 adiunctis de instauro. 
Summa: 1,264, In vivis venditis ante partum, 72. In data pro 
ovibus carminatori, i, post partum et ante tonsionem. In mortuis 
ante partum, 35. In mortuis post partum et ante tonsionem, 66. 
In mortuis post tonsionem, 4. Summa: 178. £t remanent 1,086. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 877 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 11 ex consuetudine herbagii. De 75 adiunctis de 
instauro. Summa: 963. In vivis venditis ante tonsiooem, 133. In 
multone carminatoris,* i, ante tonsionem. In mortuis ante ton- 
sionem, 39. Summa: 173. Et remanent 790. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 285 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In datis Stephano de Fossanova per dominum 
Episcopum ante tonsionem, 100. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 23; 
post tonsionem, 2. In adiunctis ovibus, 85. In adiunctis multonibus, 
75. Nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 883 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 40 erant steriles, et 43 fecerunt aborsum. £t de 42 
postea emptis. Summa: 914.* In decdma, 87. In consuetudine pre- 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPSIC OF WINCHESTER 37 

positi, 2 bercaTiorum, haiwardi, fabri, berebretti, 6. In vivis venditis 
ante tonsionem, 5. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 337. Summa: 435. 
Et remanent 489. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 1,882 velledbus grossis et crispe.^ 
In decima, 188. In consuetudine 3 bercariorum, 3. In missis apud 
Londoniam, 1,691, que fecerunt 14 pondera, cum 489 velleribus 
agninis, et ibi liberata R(ogero) Wacelino. £t Not(andum) quod 
4 pondera erant crispa, i pondos dimidium agnina, 8 pondera 
dimidium grossa. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2i caseis factis ante ablactationem. 
De 263, qui incepenmt fieri 3 Idus Aprilis, et desierunt in festo 
Sancti Michaelis. Et fecerunt, per 91 dies, binos caseos. Summa: 284. 
In decima, 27. In consuetudine bercarii, prepositi berebretti, bai- 
wardi, falcatorum prati de Nuntona, 5. In consuetudine carucari- 
orum, 3. In precariis autumpnalibus, 22 parvi, 8 magni. In expeosis 
domini Episcopi, 12, In expensis Regine, i. In expensis senescalli, i, 
In supravenditis, 205, qui fecerunt 16 pondera. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 149 porcis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 7, qui venerunt de Clera. De 4, qui venerunt de CnoeL 
De 51 proventis hoc anno de suibus. Summa: 211. In decima, 5. In 
consuetndine prepositi, berebretti, porcarii, 3. In occisis ad lardarium 
de Duntona, 91. In mortuis, 5. Summa: 104. Et remanent 107, unde 
8 sunt sues, r verres, 38 hoggetti, 60 porci superanoati, 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 baconis remanentibus aimo pre- 
terito in lardario. De 80 de instauro de Duntona. De 7, qui venemnt 
de Clera. De, 4, qui venerunt de Cnoel. Summa: 100. In expensis 
Regts apud Duntonam, 16 baconi, liberati R(ogero) Wacelino per 
I talliam. In missis apud Wlveseiam, in feria Sancti Egidii, et 
liberatis R(ogero) Wacelino per i talham. 20. In expensis senescalli 
ad pladta foreste, i baconus dimidius. In precariis autumpnaHbus, 
4 baconi dimidius. In expensis domini Episcopi apud Cnoel, liberatis 
Stephano, 12 per 2 tallias. In expensis domini Episcopi apud Dun- 
tonam, 9 baconi. In expensis Regine, Rob(ini) de Sanforda, G(alfridi) 
de Cauc,* i baconus. Summa: 64. Et remanent 36 baconi. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 11 bobus ocdsis ad lardarium de 
Duntona. In expensis domini Episcopi, 6 boves, Uberati Stephano 
derico per i tall^im. In precariis autumpnalibus, t bos. Et remanent 
camem* 4 boum in lardario. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 257 gallinis de cheriset. In liberatis 
R(ogero) Wacelino per i talliam ad opus domini Regis, 245. In 
Uberatis Petro de coquina per i talliam ad opus domini Episcopi, 12. 
Quiet(us est). 

ir 'crispis'. 

•SieinMS. 

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30 THE PIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTE8 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 stids^ anguillarum. In liberatis 
Stephano clerico ad opus Episcopi, totum. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 tonellis sicere, In expensis domini 
Episcopi, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de dimidio pondere oncti, 3 clavi 
minus. Predum, 53. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est. 

Febnham» 

G(alfridiis) de Moneta, H(ugo) grangiarius,* Ricardus prepositus 
reddunt compotum de £(> 6s. y^. de reragio anni preteriti. In 
liberatis J(ohanm) decano, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de ;^8z 195. lod. de toto gabulo assiso 
de Uppelanda. De 19S. de incremento huius anni. De {jj de fiima 
burgi. Summa: £89 i8s. zod. 

In quietanciis i grangiarii apud Fembam, t prepositi apud Sele, 
los. ; I bedeUi, 35. ; i parcarii, 2S. ; i fabri, 2s. 6d. ; 4 bovariorum apud 
Femham, 2 bovariorum apud Sele, izs. ; z bercarionun, i vaccarii, 
X pocarii,* 8s.; i operarii cotidie in autumpno, et per annimi altera 
die, 45. ^\d.; g operariorum altera die in autumpno, et per totum 
annum facientium 3 opera in ebdomada, 19S. %\i.; i operarii per 
I terminum, 35. zd.\ i operarii altera die per i teiminum, ii^. 
Summa: 65S. y\d. 

In defectu tene Ricardi de Londonia, £6 55. Tod. In defectu 
terre de Senellinges, I2S. ^. De dimidia virgata apud Chert, dimidia 
virgata apud Tilefordam, 55. In defectu terre de Sele tracte in 
dominico, 4S. 2d. In defectu i acre que fuit in excambio i perche, 
et est in dominico, I2d. In defectu terre de Crudeset', los. Summa: 
£7 i8s. 3^. 

Summa quietanciarum et defectuum: £11 35. 10^1^. 
Summa remanens: £78 14S. ii\d.^ 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 i6s. ti. de pamiagio. De 14S. bd. 
de 5 bobus venditis. De 6s. de 3 vaccis venditis. De los. ^. de coriis 
10 boum, 3 vitulonmi venditis, De ibd. de coriis 2 avrorum, i eque, 
I puUi venditis. De 8s. de pellibus 42 ovium, 47 hoggettorum. De 
6s. 8i. de peUibus 117 agnorum. De 5s, 6rf. de uncto, quod fedt i 
pondus, I clavus minus. De gs. M. de i pondere dimidio casei 
venditis. Summa: ^y i8s. (>d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 24S. ^\d. de 8 quarteriis i bussello 
frumenti venditis. De 3s. de i quarterio dimidio siliginis. De 2s. 8i, 
de 2 quarteriis avene venditis. Summa: 30S. o\d. 

> Also spelt 'esticis'. 

' Tbe title is writteii in capitaU in the left-haud maigin of HS. 

» Cf. H. HaU, p. 37. * Sie in MS. for 'porcarii'. 

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THE PIPE ROLI, OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 39 

{Purchasia)^ 

Idem reddunt compotum de i2d. de Gervasio pro bailia* retaxata. 
De 4s. de filio Willelmi de Heche pro fine teire. De 2s. de Ricardo, et 
Waltero pro similL De 55. de Ricardo de Marisco pro simili. De 6rf. de 
Emma pro simili. De 35. de Willelmo filio capellani pro misericordia. 
De izd. de Sewale, et Wlvrico pro simili. De i2rf, de Augustino pro 
sorore maritanda. De 6d. de Willefmo pro misericordia, De 2S. de 
thedinga Ecclesie pro misericordia. De 35. de thedinga Hugonis 
Bailot pro simili. De 2s. de thedinga Ainulfi pro simili. De 6d. de 
Geli pro falso clamore. De 35. de Ailward pro fine teire. De izd. de 
Radulfo filio Gocelini pro simili. De 2s. de Ricaido Cnmdel pro 
miscricordia. De 4$. de Robino cimentario pro fine terre. De 55. de 
Roberto Hoppere, et fratre eius pro simili. De 6d. de Roberto Ruwe 
pro simili. De dimJdia marca de Herebert preposito pro simili. De 6rf. 
de Bocche pro mellea. De 2s. de filio Reginaldi pro fine terre, De 6d. 
de Stephano Cobbe pro misericordia. De 5s. de hominibus de Elestede 
pro fine terre. De i8d. de Reginaldo, novo homine, pro misericordia. 
De 2s. de Willelmo caretario pro fine terre. De iid. de Willelmo 
Hub(ert) pro falso clamore. De dimidia marca de Reginaldo filio 
Radulfi pro fine terre, De izd. de Acelina vidua pro filia maritanda. 
De 2s. de Ricardo bercario pro misericordia. De 55. de Herebert pro 
teira et [ ]* habendis. De 6d. de Waltero Boche pro misericordia. 
De 6d. de legato Roberti Cloche. De 55. de Willelmo Johaimis pro 
fine terre. De 25. de Willelmo* Riwe pro filia sua maritanda. De I2i. 
de filio R[ ] (fine)' terre. De 3s. de Gocelino de Rivufal' pro 
misericordia. De 2s. de Hereberto de Augustino pro fine terre. De 
i8d. de Hugone de PuUa pro misericordia. De 12^. de Ricardo filio 
Hugonis pro misericordia, De los.' de Ricardo de Mora pro terra 
babenda. De 121?. de Roberto filio Osmundi pro fine terre. De 6d. de 
Eilaf pro terra relaxata. De Z2d. de Willehno de HuUa pro tena 
habenda. De zs. de Osmund Boilet pro teira relaxata. De 2s. de 
Edmundo Bacsete pro simili. De 2s. de Acelina vidua pro filia sua 
maritanda. De I2d. de Willelmo de Wila pro misericordia. De 2 
mards de Alueva de Marisco pro fine terre. De 45. de Ailward Col pro 
misericordia. De 6d. de Willelmo Col pro misericoridia. De 6d. de 
Stephano Coll pro simili. De 6d. de FUcardo Vielur pro simih. De 
I2d. de Johanne Commange pro baillia relaxata. De i2d. de Willelmo, 

* The marginal heading iot tbis section of tbe account is missing. The left* 
hand margin of the membnuie is tom away to the foot. 

' Sie in MS. for 'baillia'. 

* MS. is holed. 

* 'Willehno' is writteii over an erasure. and ia amudged. 

* A hole has been torn io the MS., and the word 'fine' is partly obliterated. 

* Tbe 'los.' 13 partly obliterated. 



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40 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER 

et Bandri pro fine teire. De i maica de camifice et plegiis suis pro 
pace habenda. De i2d, de Rogero Melino pro vacca habenda. De i 
marca de Johanne de Tuiberdene pro fine tene. De 6d. de Willelmo 
Hubert pro misericordia. De 6d. de Ailward Col pro simili. De 6d. de 
Willebno Col pro simili. De i2d. de Willehno Mechco pro fine teire. 
De 6d, de uxore Ingulf pro (mellea ?),• De I2d. de Wilekino de 
Cantoc pro fine terre. De 2 marcis de Johanne Triwe pro simili. De 
2s. de filio Grom pro simili. De 2s. de Ricardo filio Hugonis pro 
simili. De los. 6d. de vidua Hugonis de Fulla pro simili. De 35. de 
vidua Simonis pro simili. De I2d. de Ulllelmo molin(ario) pro simih. 
De 2S. de Rot)erto molend(inario) pro simiU. De 2s. de Ricardo fabro 
pro simili. De 2s. de Johanne Conunange pro simih. De J2d. de 
Alwino filio Willelmi moIin(arii) pro simih. De 43. de Roberto de 
Hulla pro simih. Summa: j^ii I2S. lod. 

(Liberatio)* 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, £56 lOs. 4^1^. 

Summa totius recepte: £99 i6s. ^.' 

(Expensa)* 

(In) feiTamentis 5 carucarum, rotis, et aliis necessariis per annum, 
29S. io\d. In feiTura 10 avrorum, quia faber feirat 2 de consuetudine, 
iis. g\d. In paronis, paronellis, capistris, sellis, 22^1^. [ ] emptis, 
345. In 4 avris emptis, 17S. lod. In bigis emendandis, et clutis, et 
sepo, igH- I" 2 paiibus rotarum, plaustr(is).* faciendis, lod. In 
precariis yemahbus et quadragesimahbus [ ]' i6s. gd. In mercede 
3 bovariorum apud Fernham, 2 apud Sele per annum, 155. In 
mercede i caretarii per annum, 3s. In meroede i caretaiii per 
dimidium annum, iSd. In (mercede i herciatoris apud Fernham 
[ ] apud Sele)?, I2d. In hostio domus, ubi fenum pon(deratum 
est), leparando, iS^d. In custo daerie, 22id. In feno, furagio, boum 
emptis, 22S. (6d. ?). In [ ] ad pictum, 7^. In triturandis et 
ventilandis 95 quaiteriis frumenti, iis. lO^i^.; 18 quarteriis ordei, 
l8d.; 115 quarteiiis avene, 45. 9^^. In triturandis et ventilandis 27 

* MS. is badly discobured at this point, and several letters ot the word 
'mellea' are illegible. 

■ 5ee above, p. 39, n. i. 

* From this point to tbe foot of tbe membrane, both sides of M5. are badly 
discoloured and rubbed, and the left baJid margin, togetber with a part of 
the text are tom completely away. The parts of the text that are missiiig ot 
tUegtble aie indicated by [ ]. 

* MS. I^adly creased aad rubbed. A poasible alternative reading: 'la a 
panbna rotarum, (ad) plaustrum, faciendis, lod.' 

* The fignres bere are almost obliterated, bot see E. Robo, Mediaeval 
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quarteriis fnunenti Benetlege, (155. io)i2.?)^; 13 quarteriis ordei, 
13^-'. 33 quartetiis avene, 16^. In blado sarclando, (41. 10^.)* In 
prato falcando, 115. ?^. In sarpel (eriis) (a)d lan(ain), lid. In [ ], 
2d. In 32 quarteriis dimidio i bussello avene emptis, 405. gd. In 
conredio 4 bovariorum apud Femham, 2 apud Sele, i caretarii, 
custodis animalium per 28 septi(manas), 465. In precariis autump- 
nalibns, 48$. g^d. In expensis G{al&idi) de Moneta, jos. Summa: 
£19 19S. 2d. 

M.3. 

Expensa Forinseca 

In conredio et mercede facientium laidarium.* In cervisia ad 
suiz [sic], 55. S\d. In careta locanda ad portandum salem, 3 quarteria 
de Wlveseia apud Femham ad lardarium, i8d. In sale empto ad 
lardarium, 22d. In i equo empto ad opus domini Episcopi, 23S. 6d. 
In meiriinio cariando apud Winten(eiam) * ad fadendum inclaustnun, 
3s. 6d. In liberatis capellano de Winten(eia)* ad opus, 22S. 6d. In 
elemosinis Episcopi incluse de Ichulla' 45. ^. ; leproso de Femham, 
45. 4d. In expensis custodis equi domini Regis per 7 ebdomadas, 145. 
In equo senescalci Regis, 18^. In stalone Episcopi, i^d. In donis 
forestariis, gs. 6d. In expensis Gervasii pincum,* 35. i^. In expensis 
vicecoraitis de Suhant(esdr)' per R(obertum) de Hotot, 35. gjrf. In 
expensis R(oberti) Hotot, 2s. ^^d. In expensis G(alfridi) de Adenta, 
12I1?. In expensis R(oberti) Hotot, R(ogeri) Wacelini, izd. In ex- 
pensis Dionisii cameraiii, 23^^', In expensis R(oberti) Basset post 
festum Sancti Michaelis, 22^. In expensis G(alfridi} de Cauc 22d. In 
came ad dignarium Justiciariorum, 131?, In expensis Walteri pisca- 
toris piscantis in vivario de Fermesham,* et iuvantium eumdem 
per 4 dies, 4s. In pisce cariando apud Wlveseiam, gd. In pisce allato 
Londonia, i8d. In expensis ardiidiacom Wintonie,* et parsone de 
Aweltona, 75. y^d. In 12 baconibus emptis ad opus Episcopi, 28$. In 

' Possibly iis. io}iI. The figurea are almost illegible. 
' Possibly 41, gid. 

• The amount has beea omitted in MS. 

' Wintney; apriory of Cistercian anns. See V.C.H. [Hants), II, 149-51, and 
D, Knowles aad R. N. Hadcock, Medieval Religiaus Housts, p. 136. 

• Possibly a reference to the anchorite of Itchel in Crondal, whoae patron 
was the bishop of Winchester. The earliest mention of her occurs in 1209. 
See R. M. Clay, Hermils and Anchorilis of England, pp. 218-ig. 

' Sic in MS. fot 'piuceme'. 

' See P.R. 13J., p. 177. Hngl» de NevUl is sberiff of Hampahire, but 'Gal- 
fridns Salvagius pro eo ut custos . . .' rendera account at the Ex<Jieqner for 
the faim of Hampshire in 1211. 

* Also known as Frensbam. See E. Robo, op. cit., pp. 113, n. 4, and 188. 

* A certain Bartholomew held tbe of&ce in 1213. and agaia in iZ3i. See 
J. Le Neve, FasH Ecchsiae Anglieanae. III, 24. 



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42 THE PtPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

expensis archidiaconi de Huntendon' ^ 255. yid. In expensis magistri 
Eimeri per Dionisium camerarium, $s. iid. In expensis Dionisii de 
camera per 2 vices, S^d. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini, 8d. In expen- 
sis senescalli per 2 vices, gs, 6d. In expensis 3 paJefridorum Episcopi 
per 3 ebdomadas, iis. lOif. In lorids deaJbandis, zs. gd. In expensis 
Eustachii de Gramvllla, lod. In liberatione duorum hominum custo- 
dienrium equos domini Regis per 18 dies, 45. 8d.* In feno et avena 
emptis eisdem equis, 85. 8d. In ferris equorum, yd. In expensis 
ardiidiaconi Wintonie eundi Redingiam, ii^. In expensis 2 
hominum custodientium equos Regis per 18 dies, 45. 6d.' In expensis 
Johannis Lancelevee, et hominis sui per 3 ebdomadas, 35. In ex- 
pensis Willelmi de Mallo cum hemasio domini Episcopi eundi Lon- 
doniam, &d. In expensis archidiaconi de Pettieis eundi Londoniam, 
I4ii. In expensis militmn, qui tenueiunt curiam Episcopi, 25. 4^. 
In feno empto ad opus Episcopi, 28s. 6d. In expensis G(ervasii) 
venatoris, et socioium eius, 35. lo^. In sale ad venationem domini 
Regis, ys. gd. In ferrura magni equi Episcopi, et palefridi, 8d. In 
expensis Britonis quando portavit breve Episcopi Nomis,* 8d. In 
minusia empta ad opus domini Regis, i2d, In cendulis fadendis et 
cariandis apud Winten(eiam), 4$. 7^. In expensis prisoni, 6d. In 
expensis i leporaiii Regis, I2d. In expensis Roberti Hotot, 2s. 2d. In 
meicede custodis venationis Regis, i>d. Summa: £14 95. lo^. 
Summa utriusque expense: £34 91. o\d. 
Summa libeiationis et expense: £90 191. $d.* 
Et debet £8 i6s. iid. 

Exitus Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 155 quarteriis dimidio fnunenti de 
grangia de Femham. De 10 de Sele. Summa: 165, dimidium. In 
semine 306 acrarum apud Feinham, 40 aciaium apud Sele, 49 
quarteria dimidium. In pane Regis et Episcopi, 7 quarteria dimidium 
3 busselli. In consuetudine famulorum contra Natalem et Pascham, 
I quarterium. In precariis yemalibus et quadragesimalibus de 108 
camcariis, 3 quarteria dimidium. In expensis G(alfridi) de Mon(eta), 

*J. Le Neve, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, I, 546. William de Coinhull 
became archdeacon of HnntiiigdoD in 1Z07. In 1205, be had been appointed 
custos at the vaca.at bi^opiic of Winchester, and renders acconnt for its 
temporalities at the Exchequer in that year. See P.R.jJ., pp. tt-14, and 
D.RB,. IV. II53-4- 

• Originally 41. M. but altered to +1. &d. by the additioa of two strokea 

to vr. 

• ThJB entry seems to repeat almost exactly the entry above. Cf. note 2. 

• PossiUy 'Norius'. bnt both fonns may be a conupt speUing of Noireis. 
■Onginally £90 lis. sd. A flgure X is super-imposed over the last 'I' 

of 'XII'. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPKIC OF WINCHRSTEB 43 

5 quarteria dimidium. In donis Episcopi monachis de Waverleia/ 90. 
In supravenditis, 8 quarteria i bussellus. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 37 quarteriis de toto exitu siliginis. 
In semine 20 acrarum apud Fernham, 47 apud Sele, 13 quariieria 
dimidium. In conredio* 4 bovariorum apud Fernham, 2 apud Sele, 
I caretarii, i custodis equorum per 27 ebdomadas, 2 herciatorum 
per 8 septimanas, 22 quarteria. In supravenditis, i quarterium 
dimidium. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 quarterits ordei de toto exitu de 
Femham; de 13 quarteriis dimidio de Sele. Summa: 33 quarteria 
dimidium. In semine 5 acrarum apud Femham, 6 acranmi apud 
Sele, 3 quarteria dimidium. In conredio servientium, 7 quarteria. 
In poTcis pascendis, 3 quarteria. In dono Episcopi monachis de 
Waverleia,* ao quarteria. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 184 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis 
de toto exitu avene de Femham. De 35 quarteriis de Sele. De 35 
qnarteriis de Benetlega. De 15 quaiteriis de Mienes. De 32 quarteriis 
dimidio i bussello emptis. Summa: 302 quaiteria 2 busseUi.* In 
semine 297 acraium apud Femham, 67 acraium apud Sele, 154 
quaiteria i bussellus. In piebenda domini Episcopi pluries* per 
talliam, 70 quarteria dimidium 2 busselli. In piebenda domini Regis, 
10 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda magni equi et palefridi domini 
Episcopi, 3 quarteria. In prebenda R(oberti) de Hotot, R(ogeri) 
Wacelini, 2 quaiteria dimidium 3 busselli. In prebenda vicecomitis 
Suhant(escii},' i quarterium 2 busselli. In prebenda G(alfridi) de 
Aclenta, 3 busseUi. In piebenda R(obeiti) Basset, 7 busseUi. In 
prebenda avioium, 12 quarteria. In prebenda G(alfridi) de Moneta, 
30 quaiteria dimidium i bussellus. In poicis pascendis, 4 quarteria. 
In dono domini Episcopi monachis de Waveileia,* 10 quaiteria. In 
sufnuvenditis, 2 quarteria. Summa: 302 quaiteria 2 busselli'* Et 
quiet(us est). 

iHstaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 47 bobus remanentibus anno pie- 
terito. De 2 de testamento' Rogeri, et Harding'. De 5 postea emptis. 

> I^rtly as a result of Johii'B extortions during the Interdict, and partly 
owing to bad taarvests, extreme poverty compelled the monks of Waverley 
to disband in iiio. Tliis might explain the gifts of grain mentioned in the roU. 
See Ahh. Mon., RS., II, p. 365. M. C. Knowles, The MonasUe Order in England, 
PP' 354i 3^- Waverley Abbey was within the Bishop's hundred of Faniharo. 

' 'Conredio' is interlineated in MS. 

* See above, note i. 

* Tlie total shonld be '303 qnarteria 3 busselli'. 
' Sie in MS. foT 'plnres dies'. 

' See above, p. 41, n. 7. 

' Sic in MS. for 'testamentis'. 



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44 '^HE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Sonuna: 54. In mortuis, 10. lo supravenditis, 5. Et remanent 39 
boves. 

Idem reddiuit compotum de 13 avris remanentibus anno pre- 
terito, De 4 postea emptis. Summa: 17. In mortuis, 3. Et remanent 
14. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 15 vaccis, i tanro remanentibus 
anno preterito. In vivis venditis, 3. Et remanent 12 vacce, i taurus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Omnes remanent, unde 3 sunt bovetti, 4 genicule. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. In mortuis, 3. Et remanet i. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
vacds, quia cetere fuenmt steriles. In mortuo, i. Et remanent 2. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 225 ovibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 17 aditmctis de instauro. Summa: 242. In mortuis ante 
partum, 23; post partum et ante tonsionem, 13; post tonsionem, 4. 
Summa: 40. Et remanent 202. 

Idem reddunt compotum de iio multonibus renLanentibi<s anno 
preterito. De 4 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 114 In consuetudine 
prati falcandi, i. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 17. Summa: 18. Et 
remanent 96. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 68 lu^gettis remanentibus anno 
pieterito, agnis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 47. In adiunctis ovibus, 
17. In adiunctis multonibus, 4, Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 197 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 5 sunt steriles. In decima, 19. In consuetudine 2 
bercariorum, 2. In mortuis, 117. Summa: 138. Et remanent 59. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 303 velleribus lane grosse. In 
decima, 30. In consuetudine 2 bercariomm, 2. In missis apud 
Suwerke, 271, que fecenmt 2 pondera 12 clavos cum lana agnina, 
et lana de Benetlega. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 167 caseis, qui incepenint fieri 16 
Kalendas Maii, et desierunt in festo Sancti Michaelis, utroque die 
computato. In dedma 16. In consuetudine bercarii, daie, 2. In blado 
sarclando, 5. In precaiiis autumpnalibus, 36. In expensis G(alfridi) 
de Moneta, 3. In expensis archidiaconi Wintonie,' i. In supravenditis, 
104, qui fecenmt i pondus dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 90 porcis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. Et de 23 proventis hoc anno. Summa: 113. In occisis ad 
lardarium, 13. In decima, 2. In consuetudine porcarii, j. In mortuis, 
13. Summa: 29. Et remanent 84. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 35 baconibus remanentibus anno 
preterito in lardario. De 13 de Femham. De 28 de Wicumba. De 

' See above, p. 41, n. g. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 45 

50 de Weregrave. De 12 emptis. De 20* de Suwerke. Summa: 158. 
In expensis domini Regis, i. In missis apud Suwerke, 75; apud 
Levintonam, 20; apud Wlveseiam, 20; apud Mienes, 20. In pre- 
cariis autumpnalibus apud Femhara, 8; apud Benetlegam, 3. In 
conpanagio servientium contra Natalem et Pascham, i. In expensis 
G(al{ridi) de Mon(eta), 4. Et remanent 6. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 equabus, 2 pullis 2 annorum, 
2 pullis I anni. Summa: 24. In moituis, i equa, i pullus 2 annorum. 
Et remanent 19 eque, i pullus 3 annorum, 2 puUi 2 annorum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 puUis proventis hoc anno. Omnes 



Idem leddunt compotum de 325 gallinis. In expensis Episcopi, 
140. In expensis Regis, 28. In missis archidiacono Wintonie, et 
parsone de Aweltona, 50; Justiciariis foreste apud Gildefordam, 25. 
Indignariojustidariorum, 16. InexpensisG(alfridi)deMon(eta),32. 
In moituis, 34. 

Idem Tcddunt compotum de 3,000 ovis. In expensis domini 
Regis, domini Episcopi, G(alfridi) de Mon(eta), totum. 

Benetlega» 

G(alfridus) de Moneta, W. prepositus reddunt compotum de 
£& iis. iid. de reragio anni preteriti, unde inferius respondent. De 
£10 75. 3d. de gabulo assiso. De 7$. 6d. de incremento huius anni. 
Summa: j£io i^s. gd. 

Summa utriusque: £19 6s. 8d. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 85, ; 3 carucariorum, i bercarii, i fabri, 
z haiwardi, i2s. Summa: 20s. 

Sununa remanens de gabulo, £g 14S. gd. 

Idem reddunt corapotum de £12 35. de veteri reragio. De 
£S iis. izd. de reragio anni preteriti. De i6s. id. de paimagio. De 
6s.6d.6e: 2 veteribus bobus venditis. De 3s, de i vacca vendita.* De 
2s. id. de coriis 2 boum venditis. De 4S. de 8 veteribus ovibus ven- 
ditis. De 55. 6d. de 34 grossis pellibus, 46 peliibus agninis. De 75. de 
I pondere casei vendito. De 58S. de 10 tonellis sicere venditis. 
Summa: £25 lys. id. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 75. 8d. de 2 quarteriis dimidio fru- 
menti venditis. De £6 8s. de 32 quarteriis frumenti venditis, De 68s. 
de 68 quarteriis avene venditis. Summa: £10 3s. 8d. 

> M5. holed at thls point. 

■ Written atong the same tine in MS. as the last entry of the preceding stock 



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46 THE FIPE ROLL OF TKE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 
De Pwchasiis 

Idem leddunt compotum de 2s. de WiUelmo Parvo pro filia 
maritanda. De 2S. de Adam pro fine terre. De zs. de Johanne pro 
simili. De 121^. de Alwino pro simili. De izd. de Helewis pro simili. 
De i2d. de Roberto Duc pro simili. De 2s. de Roberto de Lincham pro 
misericordia. De 2s. de Azone pro simili. De 55. de 4 hominibus pro 
amili. De 2s, de Waltero filio Sewini pro fine terre. De i2(2, de 
Johanne pro simili. De 6s. de 4 honunibus pro misericordia. Summa: 
275. 

Stimma totius recepte: (£47 2s. W.)' 

LiberaHo 

In hberatis Dionisio camerario per i talliam, £30, unde £12 y. 
sunt de reragio firmarii. In Uberatis decano per i tailiam.^io I2s. ^. 
Summa totius hberationis: £40 125. dd. 

Expensa 

In ferramento [sic\ 3 carrucarum, rotis, et ahis necessariis per 
annum, gs. 3^. In 7* avris ferrandis, 4S. id. In precariis yemahbus 
et quadragesimalibus de 51 canids, 6s. 9^. In mercede 3 bovariorum 
per annum, 75, ()d. In mercede i hericiatoris per 2 terminos, I2if, 
In mercede daie, zs. In i sacco empto, 51^. In pomerio claudendo, et 
fossando, 75. ^. In i quarterio dimidio ordei' emptis, 33. dd. In 
pratis falcandis, 6s, id, In custo daerie, i&f. In 2 bussellis fabarum 
emptis, "jd. In triturandis et ventilandis 80 quarteriis fiumenti, 
6s. &i.; 17 quarteriis ordei, 171^.; 160 quarteriis avene, 6s, 8rf. In 
grangia cooperienda, 3s. bd. In precariis autumpnahbus, 19S. M. In 
expensis et mercede Ricardi servientis, los. Summa: £4 i8s. iid, 

Suinma hberationis et expense: £45 iis. ^. 
Etdebet3is. iif.* 

ExiUts Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotum de loi quarteriis 3 busselhs de toto 
exitu frumenti. In semine, 42 quarteria 2 busselh. In consuetudine 
bovarii contra Natalem, et Pascham, et Quadragesimam, dimidium 
quarterium, In precariis yemaUbus et quadragesimahbus, 2 quarteria. 
In conredio 3 bovariorum, 6 quarteria; i hericiatoris, i quarterium 
I busseUus; i alteri hericiatoris, 2 busselh; custodis agnorum, 2 
busselh. In precariis autumpnalibus, 8 quarteria. In conredio Ricardi 
servientis, et daie, 6 quarteria dimidium. In supravenditis, 34 quar- 
teria dimidium, 

> This total is omitted in MS. * The figur« 7 is intet1in«ated. 

* 'Ordei' is interlineated in MS. 

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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIHCHESTER 47 

Idem leddunt compotum de 5 quarteriis cundli. In corredio 
bovaiii, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 15 quarteriis ordei de toto exitu. 
De I quari^rio dimidio emptis. Summa: 16 quarteria dimidium. In 
semine 23 acramm, 6 quarteria dimiditmi. In conredio bovaiii, 8 
quarteria dimidium; i herciatoris, i quarterium; custodis agnorum, 
dimidiumi quaiierium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 180 quarteriis 3 bussellis de toto 
exitu avene. In semine 217 acrarum, 68 quarteria. In prebenda 7 
avrorum, 8 quarteria 2 busselli. In missis apud Femham, 35 quar- 
teria. In farina ad opus servientium, i quarterium. In supravenditis, 
68 quarteria. 

De Instauro 

Idem reddunt compotum de 26 bobus remanentibus aimo pre* 
terito. In vivis venditis, 2. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 22. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 6 avris remanentibus anno preterito. 
De I de testamento Alvrici. Summa: 7. Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 vacds remaoentibus anno pre- 
terito. De i de testamento Wlvrici. Summa: 6. In vendita, l. Et 
remanent 5. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
vaccis, quia 3 fuerunt steriles. Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compoturo de i annali remanente anno preterito. 
Et remanet que est genicula modo. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 90 ovibus remanentlbus anno pie- 
terito. Et de 39 adiunctis.* Summa: 139.' In venditis, S. In mortuis 
ante paitum, 8. Post partum et ante tonsionem, 20; post tonsionem, 
2. Summa: 38. Et remanent 54.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de 13 adiunctis.* Summa: 53. In moituis ante ton- 
sionem, 11 ; post tonsionem, i. Et remanent 28.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 74 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia cetere sunt steriles. In decima, 7, In consuetudine 
beicaiii, l. In mortuis, 46. Summa; 54. Et lemanent 20. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 54 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
pieterito, agnis. In moituis ante tonsionem, 2. In adiunctis ovibus, 
39. Id adiunctis multonibus, 13. Et nicbil lemanet. 

' 'dimidiiuii' is written over an erasnre. 

* 'et de 39 adinnctis' is interlineated. 

* The correct totol is 119. * 91 is the correct total. 
' 'Et de 13 adiunctis' is interlineated. 

*Aa a result of the later inaertion of '13 adiunctis' the total shonld 



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40 THE FIFE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Idem reddimt compotum de 134 velleribus grossis. In decima, 
13. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In missis apud Suwerke, 125. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 166 caseis, qui inceperunt fieii 7 
Kalendas Apiilis, et desierunt in Natale Beate Marie. In dedma, 16. 
In consuetudine prepositi, bercaiii, 2. In blado sarclando, 5. la 
expensis autumpnalibus, 60. In supravenditis, 83, qui fecerunt l 
pondus. 

OVERTONA^ 

Willelmus de Dammartino, W. prepositus reddunt compotum de 
iiSs. 6\d. de reragio anni preteiiti. De ^19 2s. de gabulo assiso. 
Summa: £25 os. 6ifi. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 5s.; i berebretti, 2 haiwardorum, gs.; 

1 poicaiii, I vaccarii, 2 bercariorum, izs.; 6 caiucariorum, i8s.; 

2 opeiatoium, 6s.; 3 haiwaidorum per dimidium aimum, 4$. 6d.; 
I haiwaid pei i teiminum, gd.; i fabri pei aimum, 35.; custodis 
agnoium, 35. Summa: 6is. 3<f. 

In defectu terre Pilvoiki, 64. In defectu terre Wrohte, i8rf. 
Summa: 2S. 

Sununa quietancianim et defectuum: 63S. yi. 
Summa remanens de gabulo: £15 i8s. gd.' 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8s. yd. de paonagio. De 5s. ioJ<?. de 
heibagio. De 35. de 2 avris vivis venditis. De i6s. 6d, de 4 bobus vivis 
venditis. De 8s. 5d. de* 15 ovibus vivis venditis ad festum Sancti 
Maitini. De 35. 2d. de coriis 2 boum, i vacce, 2 vituloium moituoium 
venditis. De 75. gd. de pellibus 27 ovium, 33 multonum, 31 hogget- 
torum mortuoium venditis. De ys. jd. de 144 peUibus agnorum 
mortuorum venditis. De 5s. de relaxatione precariarum hiemalium. 
De 20S. lod. de i scotalla. De 425. de 6 ponderibus casei veoditis. 
Summa: £6 8s. ^^d. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 315. 6d. de 9 quarteriis fiumenti 
venditis. De 28s, de 14 quarteiiis mancomi venditis. De 32S. de 12 
quarteiiis oidei venditis. Summa: £4 iis. 6d. 

De Purchasiis 

Idem reddunt compotum de 45. de thedinga de Bradelega pro 
misericordia. De 5s. de thedinga de Laverkestoke pro simili. De I2d. 
de Henrico, De dimidia marca de thedinga de Overtona pio simiU. 

' Tbe flrst three letters of this title are written in the scnbe'B cursive taand 
ajid the rest in capitals. Tbe title is -writteii along tbe same line as the last 
entry in the stock account of Bentley. 

* These figures are iuserted at tbe extreme end of tbe Une below in MS. 

* The 'de' is repeated in MS. 



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THE PIFE KOLL OF TRE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTES 49 

De I2d. de Urso pro sepe. De 20S. de Willelmo Frisco pro tenra 
habenda, De $3. de Alvredo pro pasttira. De 2S. de Waltero Pullo 
pFO uxore habenda. De I2d. de Rad(uUo) Bum pro tetra habenda. 
De 2s. de Osbert Cancel pro cane suo. De i2d. de Willehno Capaneis 
pro mellea. De I2d. de Alano pro falso clamore. De 6^. de Anselmo 
pro sepe. De i2d. de Henrico Muin pro teira habenda. De 6d. de 
Anselmo pro mellea. De i2(d.)'- de Roberto tellaho pro teiraescambii. 
De i2d. de Roberto pro falso clamore. De 6{d.)^ de Thoma prosuisisa. 
De 6d. de GeceUno pro falso clamore. De 6d. de Hereberto mol{endin- 
ario) pro sursisa. De 6d. de Thoma mol(endinario) pro falso clamore. 
De 6d. de Waltero Cost pro simili. De i2d. de Turstano pro forisfacto 
bosci. De i2d. de eodem pro mellea. De 2s, de Editha pro viro 
habendo. De I2d. de Ada, quia non herciavit, De 6d. de Roberto pro 
blabo* deteriorato. De 2s. de thedinga de Esse pro quodam homine 
detento. De 2(s.)* de thedinga de Laverkestoke pro simiU. De i8d. 
de Willelmo de Cumbe pro namio detento. De 5 marcis pro fine duelli. 
De 20S. de Ricardo de Thadelega pro teira recupeianda. De 12^. 
de Gihbert derico pro teira habenda, De 6d. de Herebert pro lege. 
De 20S. de WUehno de Cranbume pro fine terre. De los, de thedinga 
de Waltero pro 2 hominibus concelatis. Summa: £g ss. ^. 

LiberaHo 

In Uberatis J(ohanni) decano per i taUiam, £21 19S. 4d. Itera 
eidem de reiagio, 75S, 9^, Et solvit 3zs. <)d. ; 10 animaUbus acceptis 
in precium [sic], et missis apud Meiedimam. 

Summa totius recepte cum reragio: £41 I2s, 6d. 

Expensa 

In ferramentis 4 canicarum per annum, i caruce per i tenninimi, 
10 avTonmi per annum, i8s, ioi<i, In rotis, jugis, paramentis cam- 
carum, 3 carucis emptis, 2S. id. In bigis reparandis, 15^. In seUis, 
badis, paronis emptis, jd. In piecariis yemalibus 12 carucarum, 35, 
In piecariis quadragesimaUbus 20 caiucarum, 5s, In 3 bobus emptis, 
i8s, In clatis ad faldam emptis, et wiscandis, 6s, &d. In custo daerie, 
3s. id. In 16 ulnis de canabo ad lanam pieponendam, 3s. In i domo 
de novo facta, i8s. 9^. In grangia, et ceteris domibus reparandis, 
45. 8d. In stipendiis i caretarii, 2 bovariorum per annum, 9S. In 
stipendiis 2 bovariorum per i terminum, i8d. In stipendio daie, 2s. 
In 152 acris sarclandis, 35. 2d. In pratis falcandis, 3S. 6^. In expensis 
custodis canum domini Episcopi, 13^. In pane canum, $^. In 
expensis constabularii de Fremantel, 5s. id. In expensis senescalU 
per plura itinera, 28s. lod., per 7 taUias. In expensis Ham(onis) 



■ Omitted in MS. 



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50 TBE FIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER 

foFestaili, et sociomm suonim, 35. In Uberatione Baldewini dum erat 
apud Overtonam,^ 85. 8d. In liberatione W(illelmi) de Damartino 
postquam venit, 52S. 2d. In claudendo circa gardinum et curiam, 
9S. i^. In feno empto, 6s. In expensis Walteri de Sancto Audoeno, 
et sociorum eius, et equorum domini Regis per 2 noctes, 13S. 6d. In 
gallinis emptis ad opus Regis, i2d. Summa: £11 135. 

Summa liberationis et expense: ^^39 os, io{d. 
Et debet prepositus Sis. j^d. Et Willelmus de Dammartino debet 
34S. 44. Solvit prepositus post compotum 51S. j\d, Quiet(us est).* 

Exitus Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 18 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
fruraenti. In semine 37 acrarum, 9 quarteria dimidium. In supra- 
venditis, 9. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 108 quarteriis de toto exitu man< 
comi. In semine 195 acrarum, 56 quarteria. In consuetudine illorum 
qui dant cheriset,' i quarterium. In precariis yemalibus et quadra- 
gesimalibus, 3 quarteria. In liberatione i caretarli, 2 bovariorum 
per amium, ig quarteria dimidium. In liberatione 2 bovariorum per 
i terminiun, 3 quarteria. In liberatione daie, 2 quarteria dimidinm. 
In poscis* pascendis in yeme, 2 quarteria dimidium. In braseo ad 
scotallam, 6 quarteria. In pane braciatorum, dimidium quarterium. 
In supravenditis, 14 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 32 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
ordei. In semine 80 acrarum, 20 quaiteria dimidium. In supraven- 
ditis, 12 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 90 quarteriis 2 bussellis de toto 
exitu avene, De 6 allatis de Norwaltham. Sununa: 96 quarteria 2 
busselli. In semine 167 aciarum, 57 quarteria dimidium. In pre- 
benda M(auricii) de Turvilla, i quarterium 6 busselti. In pre- 
benda hominum Regis quando feceiunt dignarium Regis, 7 busselli. 
In prebenda Johannis Strange, et sociorum eius remanentium cum 
avibus Regis, 4 busselli. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini per 2 
itinera, i quarterium i bussellus. In prebenda constabularii de 
Fremantel, i quarterium. In prebenda 10 avrorum, 25 quarteria 
dimidium. In twbus pascendis, 8 quarteria, 

Inslaurum 

Idero reddunt compotum de 36 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 

1 5p«lt 'Uvertooam' in MS. 

'From 'Solvit . ■ .', wiitten in the right-Iiand margin of tbe membrane 
which is slightly frayed. 

• See N. Neilaon, Cuslomaty Renls, p. 195, n. 8. 

• Sic in MS. £or 'porcis'. 



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THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 51 

terito. I de testamento Gervasii. De 3 postea emptis. Summa: 40. 
In vivis venditis, 4. In mortuis, 3. Et remanent 34. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 11 avris, i pullo remanentibus anno 
preterito. In vivis venditis, 2. Et remaneot 10. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 vaccis remanentibus anno pre- 
tento; i de testamento Vmielmi Comeis. Summa: 6. In mortua, z. 
Et lenLanent 5, 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Omnes remanent, unde 2 sunt bovetti, i genicula. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. Omnes lemanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 vitulis pioventis hoc anno de 
vaccis. In mortuis, 2. Et lemanent 2. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 346 ovibus remanentibus anno pie- 
terito. De 38 adiunctts de instauio. Summa: 384. In vivis venditis, 
15. In moituis ante paitum, 7. Post paitum et aate tonsionem, 18; 
post tonsionem, 2. Summa: 42. Et lemanent 342. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 383 multonibus lemanenribus anno 
[ffeterito. De 24 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 407.^ 

M. 3. Dorse. 

In moituis ante tonsionem, 31; post tonsionem, 4. In piecaiiis 
autupnalibns, 8. Snmma: 33. Et remanent 374. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 93 boggettis remanentibus anno 
pieterito, agnis. In moriuis ante tonsionem, 29; post tonsionem, 2. 
In adiunctis ovibus, 38. In adiunctis multonibus, 24. Et nicliil 
remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 300 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 18 fueiunt steriles, 11 fecemnt aborBum. In decima, 
30. In consuetudine bercarii, haiwaidi, fabri, beiebretti, 4. In mortuis 
ante separationem, 100; post sepaiationem, et ante tonsionem, 40; 
post tonsionem, 4. Summa: 178. Et remanent 122. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 43 porcis remanentibus anno pie- 
terito. Deioproventishocannodesuibus.Sununa:53. Indecima.i. 
In consuetudine beiebietti, fabri, poicarii, 3. In missis apud 
Wlveseiam, 12. In moituis, 15. Summa: 31. Et remanent 22, unde 4 
unt sues, i venes, 17 hoggetti. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 732 velleribus grosse lane. In 
decima, 73. In consuetudine 2 bercariorum, fabri, 3. In missis apud 
Suwerke, 656, que fecerunt 4 pondera dimidium, cum 126 velleribus 
agninis. 

' The luunes of the maiiors entered in capitals on the tongue of the mem- 
brane are: Benetlega; Overtona; Nortwaltham; BiihtewelU; Harewella. 



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52 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOFRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de 172 caseis, qui incepenint fieri 3 Idiis 
Apiilis, et desierant die Sancti Michaelis, utroque die computato. 
In dedma, 17. In consuetudine 2 bercarionim, i fabri, i berebretti, 
I daie, 5. In precariis autumpnalibus, 4. In supravenditis, 146, qui 
f ecerunt 6 pondeia. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 gallinis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 94 receptis hoc anno de cheriset. In missis apud 
Wlveseiam, 50. In expensis domini Episcopi ibidem, 20. In expensis 
Regis, 20. In avibus Regis, 4. In expensis R(ogeri) WaceHni, 4. Et 
lemanent 9.^ 



NORWALTHAU* 

Instaoium ad decessum persone, quod bailivi domini Episcopi 
recepenmt; 

14 avri; I pullus annahs; 42 boves; 2 vacce; i genicula; 3 annales; 
220 oves; 154 multones; 81 porci; utensilia domus; 2 carete feiiate 
et I caretam detinet Walterus Rastel; 2 ciphi de mazerio; 2 mense 
2 tine; 2 dolia; i plumbum; i tripos; i patello. Walterus Rastel 
detinet i dohum. 
Bladum in grangia: 

I tassus de frumento de longitudine 20 pedum, 
latitudine 20 pedum, altitudine* 14 pedum. i tassus de veteri blado, 
tam de frumento quam de mancomo, de longitudine 24 pedum, 
latitudine 32 pedmn, altitudine 14 pedum, 
In alia grangia: 

I tassus avene de longitudine 26 pedum. In 
latitudine 26 pedum, aldtudine 14 pedum. In eadem grangia, unus 
tassus de ordeo et avena de longitudine zo pedum, et latitudine 
totidem, et altitudine 14 pedum.* 
Pisaria, per visum legahum hominum, lo carete. 

W(illelmus) de Dammartino, Godwinus prepositus reddunt com- 
potum de ^io I2s. 91^. de toto gabulo assiso. 

In quietanciis prepositi, 55.; i berebr{etti), i haiwardi, 6s.; i 
bercarii, i porcarii, 6s.; 4 canicariormn, i2s. Summa: 295. 

In defectu teire Hugonis Buche, i8d. In defectu terre Ricardi 

■ The coriect total is 8. 

■ There are na accounts on the 1208-9 roU io^ North Waltham. Bentley, 
Combe. or lor the Bishop's landa in the Isle ol Wight. 

■ There is an erasore o( the flgure 20 (xx) before the 14. 

* Froin the measurements of the stack it was possible to make a rough 
estimate of the yield ol grain in quarters and bnshels. See the anonymous 
treatise, HHsbandry, printed by E, Lamond in ber edition of Walter o/ HenUy, 
P-73- 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOFRIC OF WINCHESTER 53 

Colve, i8d, In defectu terre fabri, i6d. In defectu tene Unfridi, iM. 

In defectu terre Walteri Troie, i8d. In defectu terre Ricardi parmen- 

tarii, i8d. In defectu teire Matilde vidue, gd. Summa: gs. gd. 

Summa quietandaium et defectuum: 385. 9^. 

Sunmia remanens : £S 14$. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 55. de pannagio. De Js. de 12 ovibus 
vivis vendiris. De 3s. iiif. de coriis 3 boum mortuorum venditis. 
De 151J. de coriis 2 avronim mortuonim venditis. De 19^1'. de 
pellibus 9 ovium, 11 multonum mortuarum venditis. De 5s. de 83 
peliibus agnoTum mortuoium venditis. De 175. 6d. de 2 ponderibus 
dimidio casei venditis. Summa: 345. 6\d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £6 3$. 6d. de 31 quarteriis dimidio 
fnimenti venditis. De 375. 2\d. de 16 quarteriis dimidio mancorni 
venditis. De 40S. de 16 quarteriis dimidio ordei venditis. De 72S. de 
62 quarteriis avene vendiris. De 21S. sd. de 9 quarteriis pisarum 
venditis. Summa: £14 i$s. 3^. 

Purchasia 

Idem leddunt compotum de 45. de Unfrido pro catallis habendis. 
Summa totius recepte : £25 8s.' 

Liberaiio 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, £15 i6s, 

Expema 

In ferramentis 4 caiucanim per annum, 2 carucarum per l ter- 
minum dimidium, 14 avrorum, 19S. 6d. In meicede fabri, 8s. In 
carucis, rotis, iugis emptis, i6d. In 2 bigis repaiandis, 231^. In clutis, 
sellis* badis, capistris, paronis, i4^d. In uncto ad bigas in autumpno, 
Sd. In virgis emptis ad clatas parandas ad faldam, 3«. lod. In presepe 
ovium parando, 35. 2d. In 2 sacds emptis, gd. In 6 semiris emptis, 
i2d. In furcis ferreis emptis in autumpno, ^d. In domibus cooperi- 
endis, I2d. In i bove empto, 4s. 6d. In custo daerie, 2s. 2^d. In 9 
ulnis* ad lanam inponendam, i6d. In mensura empta ad bladum 
mensurandum, i\d. In 160 acris sardandis, 35. ^d. In stipendiis 
z caretariorum, 4 bovariorum, i8s. In meicede daie, 2S. In expensis 
R(ogeri) Wacelini, Sd. In triturandis 32 quarteriis frumenti, 62 
quaiteiiis mancomi, 30 quarteriis otdei, 200 quarteriis avene, 10 
quarteriis pisarum, 22s. 2d. In i bovaria de novo facta, 8s, ^d. In 

' Tliis total, together with the 'Pnrcbasia' entry, ia written in a cramped 
Style aloog the same line aa the preceding entry. 

■ 'sellis' is repeated in MS. 

■ The reference is presumably to 9 ells of canvas, {de canabo). 



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54 THE FIFB ROLL OF THE BISHOFRIC OF WINCHESTBR 

feno empto ad opus ovjum, 5s. In cervisia ad 2 precarias autump- 
nales, $s. 6d. In 30 acris avene metendis, ^s. gd. In anira 18 acrarum, 
35. In Uberatis capellano, 5s. 8d. Smnma'. £6 6s. i^. 

Summa totius liberationis et expense: £22 3s. t^d. 
Et debet 655. io}if. Solvit post compotum. £t quietus est. 

Exitus Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 34 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
frumenti. In semine 12 acranim, 3 quaiiieria. In supravenditis, 31 
quarteria dimidium. £t quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 quarteriis de toto exitu curalli. 
In mixtis cum mancomo ad opus famulomm, totum. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 65 quarteriis de toto exitu man- 
comi. De 4 quarteriis de supradictis curalli. Summa: 69, In semine 
51 acrarum, 17 quarteria. In conredio 2 caretariorum, 4 bovariorum 
a festo Sancti Edmundi usque ad festum Sancti Michaelis, 33 quar- 
teria. In conredio daie, 2 quarteia dimidium. In supravenditis, 16 
quarteria dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 36 quarteriis dimidio ordei. In 
semine 56 acrarum, 20 quarteria. In supravenditis, 16 quarteria 
dimidium. 

Idem' reddunt compotum de 242 quarteriis dimidio i bussello 
de toto exitu avene. In semine 304 acrarum, 88 quarteria. In missis 
apud Overtonam,* 6. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini, 2 busselli. In 
prebenda 2 caretariorum per annum, 10 quarteria. In prebenda 
12 avroium, 27 quarteria. In 42 bobus sustinendis in yeme, 12 
quarteria. In prebenda domini Episcopi apud Overtonam, 21 qaar- 
teria 3 busselli. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 16 quarteria. In snpra- 
venditis, 62. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 11 quarteiiis dimidio de toto exitu 
pisarum. In semine 6 acrarum dimidie, 2 quarteria dimidium. In 
supravenditis, 9 quarteria. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 42' bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito ad decessum persone. De i postea empto. Summa: 43. In 
mortuis, 3. Et remanent 40. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 avris, i pullo* remanentibus ad 
decessum firmarii. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 12, et i pullus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 vaccis remanentibus eodem tem- 
pore. De i adiuncta de instauro. Summa: 3. Omnes remanent. 

> The first twQ letters of 'idem' axe -wiitten in capitals. 

• Spelt 'Uvcrtoiiani' ia MS. 

* MS. is holed. * 'i pullo' is interliiieated in HS. 



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TBE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER 55 

Idem ledduDt compotum de i genicula remanente eodem tem- 
pore. In aditmcta vaccis, i genicula. Quiet{us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 annalibus remanentibus eodem 
tempore. Omnes remanent, unde 2 sunt masculi, i femella. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 210 ovibus remanentibus eodem 
tempore. In vivis venditis ad festum Sancti Martini, 12. In mortuis 
ante parturo, 2; post partum, et ante tonsionem, 5; post tonsionem, 
2. Et remanent 199.^ 

Idem reddunt compotum de 154 multonibus remanentibus. In 
mortuis ante tonsionem, i; post tonsionem, 4. In precariis autump- 
nalibus, 6. Summa: 11. Et remanent 143. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 185 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 11 erant steriles, et 10 fecerunt aborsum. Et de 19 
receptis de decima viUe. Summa: 204. In consuetudine bercarii, 
haiwardi, 2. In mortuis ante separationem, 60; post separationem, 
et ante tonsionem, 22; post tonsionem, i. Summa: 85. £t remanent 
119. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 81 porcis remanentibus. De 10 pro- 
ventis de snibus hoc anno. Summa: 91. In consuetudine porcarii, i. 
In missis apud Suwaltham, 74. Sununa: 75. Et remanent 16, unde 
4 sunt sues, 3 hoggetti, 9 porcelli. 

Idem reddunt compotmn de 354 velleribus grosse lane, et crispe. 
In consuetudine bercarii, i. In missis apud Suwerke, 353, que 
fecerunt duo pondera dimidium s clavos, cum 120 velleribus agninis, 
nnde dimidium pondus 5 clavi sunt crispa, 2 pondera grossa. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 162 caseis, qui inceperunt fieii 11 
Kalendas Maii, et desierunt in die Sancti Michaelis. In consuetudine 
bercarii, daie, 2. In supravenditis, 161,* qui feceiunt duo pondera 
dimidium. 



Brihtewella» 

Ricardus serviens, et Edwardus prepositus reddunt compotum 
de j£8 I2S. de reragio. De £13 iis. 8d. de toto gabulo assiso, cum 
burgagio de Walingefordia. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 55. ; i porcarii, i haiwardi, i bercarii, 
6s. 6f<i. ; 5 camcariorum, 13S. i^d.; 10 cotagionim pro opere totius 
anni, 2is. io)if.; 20 virgatarionim pro opere autumpnali, que* in- 
veniunt 14 homines singulis diebus operantes a festo Apostolorum 
Petri et Pauli, usque ad festum Sancti Michaelis, 22s. lo^. In 

I The coirect total is 189. ■ The correct total is 160. 

■ The title shares the same line in MS. with the last entrjr of the stoclc 
scconnt of North Waltham. 
* Sie in MS. for 'qni'. 



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56 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5H0PRIC OF WINCHESTER 

quietancia R(^eri Kinedort pro opere autumpnali, 5{d. Siunina: 
6gs. iol<i. 

In defectu terre, quam Andreas de Walingefordia tenuit, saisiate 
in manu domini Regis, 3^. In defectu terre, quam Robertus de 
Comevilla tenuit, tracte in dominicum, i2d. Summa: isjif. 
Summa quietanciaium et defectuum: 715. 2^. 
Summa remanens de gabulo: £10 os. 5!^. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £10 6^, 8ef. de exitu molendini 
molentis. De 5 marcis de firma molendini fuleratici. Summa: 
£13 13S. 4d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5s. lod. de pannagio. De 55. de 
herbagio. De I2s. lod. de stipula et foragio venditis. De 14^. de 
28 caseis yemalibus venditis. De 155. de 129 caseis facientibus 2 
pondera. De iid. de butiro vendito. De 22d. de i8 aucis venditis. 
De 41S, 6d. de 10 bobus, 2 vaccis, 3 vituUs vivis venditis. De 55. ^d. de 
II ovibus vivis venditis. De izd. de corio i bovis. De 2ji. de pellibus 
2 vitulorum. De 2S. irf. de 16 pellibus grossis. De gd. de 10 pellibus 
agninis. Summa: £4 13S. 6{d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de gs. yd. de 4 quarteriis dimidio 
pisarum venditis.^ 

De Purchasiis 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6d. de Godwino pro manutenemento, 
De 4d. de uxore Reginaldi pro mellea. De 35. de Willelmo pro 
pastura. De I2d. de Willelmo de Wittenheia pro stipula. De 6d. de 
Willelmo Clementis. De i2d. de Clemente pro ovibus albriph(icatis). 
De i2d. de Willebno bercario pro mellea. De 2S. de Henrico pro 
privigna maritanda. De Z2d. de Willehno Blunde pro cervisia. De 6d, 
de Rogero pro simili, De r marca de thedinga. De 45. de Willelmo 
Blunde pro fllia raaritanda. De i2d. de Clemente pro ovibus detentis, 
De 5 raarcis de Hugone pro terra patris sui habenda. De 6d. de 
Ricardo textore pro sursisa. De 6d. de Radulfo pro cotagio habendo. 
De 6d. de Aliz pro simih. De 6d. de Emma vidua pro simili. De 6d. 
de Randulfo. De 6d. de Roberto. Summa: £4 155. lod. 

Summa totius recepte sine reragio: £33 I2S. 9^.* 

Liberatio 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, £9 i2s. 8d. 

Expmsa 

In ferramentis avrorum et carucarum, iis. zd. In i b^ ferranda, 
8s. In consuetudine bovariorum, 2S. 6d. In a precariis 84 canicanim, 

' 'Idem . . .*, this «ntry is included in the 'De Purchasiis' Bection in MS. 

* Tlus entry is included in the 'Liberatio' section in MS. 



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THE FIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHE5TER 57 

4^. 4d. In hartis, et aliis neccessariis ad carucas, zs. 8d. In ostio ad 
bercariam, et clatis ad faldam, 2S. 2d. In custo daerie, 2^. In 
mercede daie, 35. In ovibus scabiosis medicinatis, 141?, In sacds, 
corbellis, aliis minutis expensis, 231/. In fossato faciendo, iii, In 
blado sarclando, tM. In falcando Nortmede, 13^. In 2 precariis 
autumpnalibus, 135. In metendis 76 acris frumenti, 40 acris avene, 
25S. M. In triturandis iSo quarteriis frumenti, 30S. In eodem ventil- 
ando, 3s. In z quarteriis oidei emptis, 45. 6d. In pressura, ad siceram, 
emendanda, ^. In fabis plantandis in gardino, et alio curtilagio, i&2. 
In mercede et conredio i gardinani per 4 septimanas, 35. In i avro 
empto, 5s. In 4 bobus emptis, a marce. In molendino, et stagno 
eiusdem emendandis, iis. In quadam vaccaria de novo facta, ys. ^. 
In 2 bordellis de novo factis super terram vacuam, quam Robertus 
de Comevilla tenuit, los. %d. Summa: £9 45. 2d. In expensis ma^tri 
P(etri) Russinol per i noctem, T.^\d. In expensis R(^eri Wacelini 
per 2 tallias, I3irf. In expensis archidiaconi Wintonie^ per 2 tallias, 
5s. ii|rf. In expensis magistri Amald, magisti Alexandri, Henrid 
de Breibuf, per i noctem, izs. ^d. In expensis magistri R(oberti) 
Basset per i noctem, 2s. 2d. In expensis M(auricii) de Turvilla per 
I noctem, 2s. 4^. In expensis G(alfridi) de Cauz p>er 2 vices, ifd. In 
tunellis ad piscem portandum ad Merewellam, iW. In expensis 
iUorum, qui piscem portabant, qd. In 10 luciis emptis ad opus 
Episcopi, 30S. id. In portandis 415 quarteriis frumenti, 12 quarteriis 
avene per aquam apud Londoniam, 105S. <^. In portandis i pondere 
dimidio 2 clavis lane ibidem, 6(f. In saipelariis ad eandem lanam, i2d. 
In liberatis preposito de Harewella, 67S. zd. In liberatione Ricardi 
servientis,* 6os. lod. Summa: £14 14S. ii^. 

Summa utriusque expense: {,2^ 19S. id.* 
Summa liberationis et expense: £33 iis. qi. 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotimi de 3 quaiteriis dimidio frumenti 
remanentibus anno preterito in granario. De 194 remanentibus in 
grangia. De 302 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu frumenti huius anni. 
Summa: 500 quarteria. In semine 270 acrarum, 65 quarteria dimt- 
dium. In precariis arure, 4 quarteria. In falcando Normede, i 
quarterium. In precariis autumpnalibus, 8 quarteria dimidium. In 
conredio servientium, 6 quarteria. In liberatis servienti de Suwerke, 
415 quarteria. Qui(etus est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 35 quaiteriis i bussello de toto 

I See above, p. 41, n. 9. 
■ The 't' is omitted in M5. 

* Oiigioally fa^ 19*. 'i- Altered to 33 bjr the eraaure of the firrt 'I' of 
'XXIIir. 



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S8 THE PIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHBSTBR 

exitu ordei. De z quarteriis emptis. Summa: 37 quarteria x bussellus. 
In semine ti acramm, 4 quarteria i bussellus. In conredio servien- 
tium, 30 quarteria. In pords pascendis, 3 quaiteria. Qui(etus est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 72 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
In semine 64 acrarum, 31 quarteria. In avris et bobus pascendis, 13 
quarteria dimidium. In expensis archidiaconi Wintonie, i quarterium 
i^midium. In expensis magistri Axnaldi, 3 quarteria. In expensis 
H(auricii) de Tmvilla, dimidium quarterium 2 busselli. In missis 
apud Harewellam, 11 quarteria. In liberatis servienti de Suwerke, 
12 quarteria. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini, 6 busselli.^ Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 quarteriis de toto exitu pisarum. 
De 3 rec«ptis de Haiewella. Summa: 12 quarteria. In semine 8 
acrarum, 2 quarteria. In pords sustinendis, 5 quaiteria dimidium. 
In supravenditis, 3 quarteria dimidium. Summa: 12 quaiteria.' Et 
qiiiet(us est). 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 avris, 2 puUis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De i avro postea empto. De x de testameato Randulfi. 
De I pullo' provento hoc anno. Sununa: 13 avri, r pullus. In mortuo, 
I avrus, et dealbatur corium. Et remanent 12 avri, i pullus huius 

Idem reddimt compotum de 36 bobus, i tauro remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 4 postea emptis. De i adiuncto de instauro. 
Sununa: 41 boves, l taurus. In vivis venditis, 10 boves, de predo 
superius respondent. In mortuo, i. Et remanent 30 boves, i taurus. 

Idem reddunt comporum de 8 vacds remanentibus. De i 
adiuncta hoc anno. Summa: 9. In vivis venditis, 2. Et remanent 
7 vacce. 

Idera reddunt compotum de l bovetto, i genicula remanentibns 
anno preterito. In adiuncto bobus, i bovettus. In adiuncta vacds, 
I genicula. Nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 bovettis, i genicula remanentibus 
anno preterito, annalibus. De i genicula eiusdem etatis inventa. 
Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 annalibus remanenttbus anno 
preterito, vitulis. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 2, imde i est masculus,* 
I f emella. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
vacds. In vivis venditis, 3. Et remanent 2. 

> Accordii^ to the fignres givea, the total amount of oats diaposed of 
woQld bo 72^ qtrs. 

■ The correct total is 11 qtn. according to the scribe's fignrea. 
* 'pnllo' is interiineated. * Spelt 'maaculhus' in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OP WINCHESTER 59 

Idem reddunt compotum de 122 ovibus remaneQtibus anno pre- 
terito. De 6 leceptis de Harewella post partum. De 12 adiunctis de 
tnstauio. Summa: 140. In venditis ante partum, 11. In mortuis ante 
partuni, 4: post partum et ante tonsionem, 2; post tonsionem, 2. 
Summa; ig.' Et remanent 121. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 45 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 11 leceptis de Harewella. De 8 adiunctis de instauro. 
Summa: 64. In consuetudine de medsipe* post tonsionem, i. In 
consuetudine de Mormede post tonsionem, i. In mortuis ante ton- 
sionem, 3; post tonsionem, 4. In missis apud Harewellam ante 
tonsionem, 40. Et remanent 15. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 20 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. De 1 invento. Summa: 21. In moituo ante ton- 
sionem, i. In adiunctis ovibus, 12. In adiunctis multombus, 8. Et 
nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 103 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro; et 4 oves fuenmt steriles. In dedma, 10. In consuetudine 
bercarii, i. In mortuis ante tonsionem, la Summa: 21. Et remanent 
8z. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 144 velleribus lane grosse, et de 44 
receptis de Haiewella. Summa: 188. In decima, 14. In consuetudine 
bercarii, i. In liberatis servienti de Suwerke, 173, que fecerunt i 
pondus dimidium 2 clavos, cum lana agnina. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 82 velleribus agninis. In hberatis 
servienti de Suwerke, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 21 porcis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 33 proventis hoc anno de suibus. Summa : 54. In decima, 3. 
In consuetudine porcarii, i. Samma: 4. Et remanent 50, unde i est 
verres, 3 snes, 2 porci 2 annorum, 15 superannati, 29 hoggetti. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 caseis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 30 caseis hyemahbus. De 165, qui inceperunt fieri v^iha 
Sancti Alphegi, et desierunt die Sancti Michaehs. Summa: 203. In 
decima, 19. In consuetudine medsipe, i. In consuetudine de Nor- 
mede, i. In precariis autumpnahbus, 13. In precariis arure, 4. In 
presentatis constabulario de Walingefordia," 2. In dono archidiacono 
Wintonie, 3 per R(ogerum) Wacelinum. In supravenditis, 129, qui 
fecerunt 2 pondera, preter caseos hyemales. Item, in supravenditis, 
28 casei hiemales. Et remanent 3. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 36 auds remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. In presentatis constabulario de Wahngefordia,'^. In mortuis, 
4. In supravenditis, 18. Et remanent 10. 

1 An entsure of 'XXX' befoie the 'XIX' io MS. 

» See N. Neilson, CiKlomary Rtnls, p. 56. 

■Tomaa de Mancela. SeeP.R.igJ., p. lof, P.R.zsJ., p. too. 



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60 THE PIPE SOLI. OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de 159 gallinis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 138 de cheriset hoius anni. Summa: 297, In defectu 
minutamm terrarum, 28. In mortuis, 32. In expensis senescalli, 4. 
In expensis archidiaconi Wintonie, 12. In expensis domini Episcopi, 
6. Summa: 72.1 Et remanent 219.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 tonellis sicere remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 2 huius anni. In expensis donuni Episcopi, l. Et 
remanent 2 sicere, i de aceto. 



Hareweixa» 

R(icaTdus) serviens, Godefridus prepositus reddunt compotum 
de £15 12S. 7*(. de toto gabulo assiso. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 5s.; J haiwardt, i bercarii, 6 cara- 
cariorum, 24S. Summa: 29S. 

Summa remanens : {,^4 3s. jd. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6s. 1^1^. de pannagio. De i&f. de 
theloneo tabemarum. De 35. bd. de stipula vendita. De 2s. de piris 
venditis. De lOs. de l avro vendito. De 35. gi, de 60 gaUinis venditis. 
De 3s. gi. de corits 3 boum venditis. De i6d. de 15 peUibus grossis. 
Summa: 31S. ii^. 

Idem reddimt compotum de camera receptis per manum Dionisii, 
40S.* De 67S. id. de Brihtewella per manum Edwardi prepositi. 
Summa: 107S. id. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9S. 71?. de 2 quarteriis dimidio 
fmmenti venditis. De 37S. ^. de 20 quarteriis mancomi. De 135, ^. 
de 8 quarteriis dimidio pisamm venditis. Summa: 6os. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 15^. de heret Johannis Red. De zM. 
de Waltero Siminderi (?). De 6rf. de Roberto Cur pro recto habendo. 
De 40S, ^d.^ de Stephano pro uxore ducenda. De 4^. de eodem pro 
blado. De 6i. de Alano pro manutenemento. De i marca de tota 
thedinga. De 6d. de Waltero Smart. De 3«. de Willelmo Pichere. De 
f>d. de Thoma fabm pro cervisia.* De 6d. de MatiUda Morce. De 6d. 
de Osmundo. De 6d. de Alexandro parmentario. De i2d. de Amaldo 
Seat. De i2d. de Edwardo Luwoman. 

' The correct total is Sa. 

■ Tbis total should, a^ a result, be 333. 

* This titlc is wiitten in large capitala in the left-band margin of HS. 

* The order of words here scema confused. ' . . . de 40«. receptis de camem 
per manum Dionisii' makes better sense. 

'The^if. of '40«. 4jf.' is interlineated. 

* MS. is well mbbed here. 



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THE PIPB ROLL OP TKB BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 6l 
M.4. 

De 6d. de Amaldo Rop. De 6d. de Stephano Pichere. De 6d. de 
Wlvrico Cobbe. De 6d. de Ricardo Alfacro. De 6d. de Reginaldo Seat. 
De 6d. de Eva vidua. De I2d. de Sewale cupario. De i2d. de Edelot'. 
De 2s. de Milone. De 45. de Reginaldo feiratore. De^s. de Johanne 
cancellario. De 6d. de Willelmo Wodelof pro recto habendo. De 6d. 
de Michaele pro lege. De 6d. de Ada pro simili. De 6d. de Waltero 
filio Hugelini pio sursisa. De dimidia marca de Roberto Unwino pro 
lege. De izd. de Roberto Pinnoc pro surslsa. De 2S. de Waltero 
Cordewan pro simili. De 6d. de Hugone pro simiU. De I2d. de 
Herebert de Hanrephe pro bono pads. De 6d. de quodam homine 
de Seperigge pro simili. De los. de Robeito Unwino pro filia sua 
maritanda. Sununa: i02s. yd. 

Summa totius recepte : £29 55. 6id. 

Liberatio^ 

In Uberatis J(ohaimi) decano per 2 tallias,* £13 gs. yd, 

Expensa^ 

In ferramentis canicarum et avrorum, gs. 2d. In consuetudine 
servientium, 25. 6<2. In i biga ferrata empta, 75. ^i. In conpanagio 
2 servientium, 4S. ^. In custo camcarum et herciarum, 4s. &2. In 
vii^ ad presepia boum, et clatis ad faldam, 2id. In cribUs, corbellis, 
et aliis minutis expensis, 2S. ^\d. In 4 bobus emptis, 27S. ^. In 
triturandis 131 quarteriis frumenti, 17 quarteriis mancomi, 41 quar- 
teriis avene, 13 quarteriis pisarum, 29S. 2d. In eodem ventilando, 
2s. iiij. In 3 precariis autumpnalibus, zSs. id, In metendis 8 acris 
mancomi, 14 acris avene, 6 acris pisanmi, et toto blado tassando in 
grangia, los. &d. In expensis Reginaldi salsarii per 4 ebdomadas, 
4s. bd. In prato falcando, 45. &f. In expensis RavUni nuncdi, qui 
infirmabaturapud Harewellajn per 22 dies, i8<f. In expensis M(auricU) 
de TurviUa, 2s. In 2 mensis emptis, 35. ^. In vivario et stagno 
parandis, i8s. lod. In 26 acris marlandis, 1045. In equo empto ad 
marlam* trahendam, 8s. In i biga cum hamasio, js. ^d. In mercede 
I caretarii, 45. In portandis loi quarteriis frumenti apud Londoniam 
per aquam, 25S. 31J. In portandis 25 quarteriis avene ibidem, 4S. 2d. 
Summa: £15 155. iiid. 

Sunima Uberationis et expense: £29 55. 6\i. Et quiet(us est). 

1 The headinga 'Expensa' and 'Liberatio' are written aide hy aide in their 
abbreviated form in the left-hand margin of the membrane, The entiy under 
the heading 'Liberatio', and the beginnif^ of tbe Expensa account, share the 
same line, being separated only by a slight biatus in the text. 



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Exitm Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 139 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
£rumenti. De 14 quarteiiis de cheriset.' Summa: 153 quarteria 
dimidium. In semine 192 acranim, 42 quarteria dimidium. In prato 
falcando, i quarterium. In precariis autumpnalibus, 3 quarteria. In 
conredio servientium, 3 quarteria dimidium. In liberatis servienti de 
Suwerke per i talliam, 101 quarteria. In supravenditis, 2 quarteria 
dimidium. Summa: 153 quaxteria dimidium. Quiet{us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 quariieriis mancomi remanentibus 
anno preterito. De ig quarteriis dimidio de exitu huius anni. De 4 
de exitu molendini. Summa: 31 quarteria dimidium. In semine 8 
acrarum,4 quarteria dimidium. In conredio predictorumservientium, 
7 quarteria. In supravenditis, 20 quarteria. Summa: 31 quaiteria 
dimidium. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 41 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
De II quarteriis receptis de Brihteweila. Summa: 52. In semine 14 
acrarum, 7 quarteria. In prebenda domini Episcopi per i taUiam, 7 
quarteria dimidium. In prebenda avrorum, 11 quarteria dimidtum. 
In prebenda R(eginaldi) Salsarii, i quarterium. In liberatis servienti 
de Suwerke, 25. Summa: 52 quarteria. Quiet(us est), 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13 quarteiiis de toto exitu pisarum. 
In semine 6 acranim, i quarterium dimidium. In missis apud 
BrihteweUam, 3. In supravenditis, 8 quarteria dimidium. Summa: 
13 quarteria. Et quiet(us est). 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 avris remanentibus anno preterito. 
De I postea empto. Summa: 3. In vendito, i. Et remanent 2. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 24 bobus remanentibus aimo pre- 
terito. De 4 postea emptis. Summa: 28. In mortuis, 3. Et remaneat 
25. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 ovibus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. In mortuis ante partum, 2. In missis apud Brihtewellam, 6. 
Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 26 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 40 receptis de Brihtewella ante tonsionem.* Summa: 66. 
In mortuis ante tonsionem, 5. In missis apud Brihtewellam ante 
tonsionem, 11. In occisis ad precarias autumpnales, 6. In mortuis 
post tonsionem, 2. Et remanent 42. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 50 velleribus lane grosse. In dedma, 
5. In consnetudine bercarii, i. In missis apud Brihtewellam, 44. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 46 gallinis remanentibus anno pre- 



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THE PIPE ROLL DF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 63 

terito. De 68 de cheriset buius anni. Summa: 114. In expensis 
M(auricii) de Turvilla, 8. In expensis Ravlini, 4. In mortuis, 6. In 
supravenditis, 60. Sununa: 78. Et remanent 36. 

WlTTENEIA^ 

Ricaidus serviens, Hugo prepositus Feddunt compotum de 
^o 14S. de gabulo assiso de Uppelanda, cum 335. 6d. de incremento 
gabuli de assartis anni presentis. Et de £16 45. ^d. de firma molendini. 
De £14 6s. 84.* receptis de preposito de burgo. Summa: ;£6i 143. 

In quietandis 2 prepositorum, i porcarii, 155. ; 10 caiucariorum 
per annum, i per dimidium annum, 52S. 6d. In quietanciis 10 vii^- 
tarionun pro opere jremali, 25S.; scilicet quelibet virgata, 2S. 6d. In 
quietandis 40 viigatariomm pro opere autupnali, sos.; sciUcet 
quelibet virgata, i^d. Summa: £7 25. dd. 

In defectu gabuli Eustachii de Haille, I2s. In defectu gabuli 
Reginaldi de Sanford, 13S. ^d. In defectu gabuli bercarii tracti' in 
dominicum, 2s. In ddectu terre haiwardi tracte in dominicum, 2S. 
In defectu 2 hidarum tractum [sic] in dominicum, 48S. Summa: 
77S. 4d. 

Summa quietancianmi et defectuum: £10 19S. tod, 
Summa remanens de gabulo : £37 ys. 6d. 
Summa remanens cum burgo: £50 145. 2d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 22s. de pannagio. De 35. yd. de 
residuo denariorum Beati Petri.* De 14S. de herbagio. De 22s. de 
herba vendita in prato. De 8s. de piscatura. De yd. de theloneo 
tabemarum. De 35S. de 5 ponderibus casei venditis. De i6s, iirf. de 
60 velleribus grosse lane venditis. De 2s. ^d. de 23 velleribus lane 
agnine. De 6s. de i tauro vendito. De 6s. de i avro vendito. De 
9S. xod. de coriis 4 boum, 2 vaccarum, i bovetti, i vituh. De 2s. de 
pellibus 3 oviiun, 3 multonum, 12 agnorum. Summa: £7 i8s. ^. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £12 de 83 quarteriis frumenti 
remanentibus aimo preterito. De £11 os. lod. de 75 quarteriis de 
frumento anni presentis. De i6s. 34. de 7 quarteriis dimidio curalli 
venditis. De 33S. +i. de 20 quarteriis ordei venditis. De 575. de 57 
quarteriis avene venditis. Summa: £28 75. 5d. 

De Purchasiis 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 de Willelmo fiUo Eustachii pro 

' The title is written in capitals at the end of the same line ss. and iminedi- 
ately following, the Ust entiy of the stock account for Harwell. 

* '£10 I4S' - ■ ■ De £n . ■ ." is written over aa erasure. 

• Sic in MS. for 'In defectu gabuU (tene) beicarii tracte in dominicum, zs.' 
*Seep. 31. ■»■ I- 



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64 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

terra sua habenda. De 265. 8d. de Radulfo filio Edwini pro simili. 
De 25. de Willelmo Hardekille pro panna^o concelato. De 6d. de 
Johanne Brien pro sursisa. De 6d. de Alexandro Tursi pro simili. 
De i8d. de Roberto Magno pro lege relaxata. De 6s. 8d. de Asketil 
Magno pro concelamento. De 35. de Radulfo Anfridi pro bosco. De 
35. de Robeito filio Gunnilde pro simili. De 45. de Gilibert de Craule 
pro simili. De 35. de Ricardo Magno pro simili. De 6d. de Henrico de 
Credebrigge pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Blunde pro similj. De i2d. 
de Galfrido Ma^o pro simili. De 135. ^d. de Jobanne de I.ewes pro 
eodem. De i2s. de Ricardo Bucci pro eodem. De 6^. 8d, de Rogero 
Juvene pro eodem. De 6d. de Aldredo pro eodem. De gs. de Ricardo 
Sinelpnit pro sursisa. De 5s. de Alexandro preposito pro pastura. 
De 45. de AsketU Magno pro simili. De J2d. de Ricardo milite pro 
bosco. De I2ii. de Galfrido Magno pro simili. De 6d. de pagario 
Wisbert pro simili. De Tzd. de Eoberto fllio Gunnild pro simili. De 
6d. de Aldredo pro simili, De izd. de Henrico filio Hugonis pro 
simili. De I2d. de Johaime de Castello pro simili. De 2S. de Simone 
Fullone pro i placia. De 6s. de Sansone de Hida pro acra assarta. 
De 6d. de Galfrido Gaile pro bosco. De 6d. de Ricaido Crech pro 
simili. De 45. de Jacobo de Craule pro i acra assarta. De 2s. de 
Johanne filio Gunnild. De 35. de WiUebno filio Morwis pro assarto. 
De 6s. Sd. de Hugone fiUo Roberti pro terra habenda. De 40S. de 
Willehno Lambert, et sociis suis pro carta Episcopi habenda. De 
13S. 4d. de Godehold de Craule pro simili. De 20S. de hominibus de 
Uppe^anda pro tasso refutato. De 13S. ^, de thedinga burgi. De 
13$. 4d. de thedinga de Uppelanda. De £6 13S. ^d. de Radulfo de 
Bniere pro terra retinenda. De 245. de Roberio haiwardo pro 4 aciis 
assartis. De I2s. de Ricardo Pirich pro 2 aciis. De I2s. de Roberto 
Magno pro 2 aciis. De 6s. de Willelmo Magno pro i acra. De 65. de 
Ricaido nepote Baldewini pro i acra. De 6s. de Galfrido Belric pro 
I acra. De 30S. de Rogero le Bere pro 5 aciis. De 6s. de Ricardo 
carpentario pro i acra. De i2s. de Plulippo Hunger pro 2 aciis. 
De 6s, de Willelmo Ruskard pro i acra. De 6s. de Willelmo Ed- 
mundi pro i acra. De 6s. de Simone Nigro pro i acra. De 6s. de 
Eulfo pro I acra. De 6s. de Gervasio pro i acra. De 6s. de Simone 
Fullone pro i acra. De 6s. de Roberto de Retcot pro i acra. De 6s. 
de Johanne de Lewes pro i acra. De 6s. de Simone le Gai pro i 
acra. De 6s. de Ricardo Sprud pio i acra. Summa: £30 los. 4^. 
Sununa totius recepte: £117 los. 2d. 

Liberatia 

In liberatis Dionisio in camera, £22 per i talliam. In liberatis 
Johanni decano per 4 tallias, ^£66 195. ^. 

Summa totius Uberationis: £88 19S. 3^, 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5H0PRIC OF WINCHESTER 65 

Expensa 

In feiTamentis 4 avrorum per annum, 3 avromm per dimidium 
annum, 55. lorf. In custo carucarum, et herciarum per annum, 2id. 
In precariis de 67 carucis, 55. yd. In decimo pannagii, 35. In 3 bobus 
emptis, 20S. In minutis expensis domus, 2S. In 2 sacds emptis, i6d. 
In custo daerie, 35. 6d. In triturandis 60 quarteriis frumenti, 20 
quarteiiis ordei, iis. 8d. In blado saiclando, 22d. In expensis 
M(auricii) de Turvilla, 2s. In grangiis, et aliis domibus emendandis, 
65. In cervisia empta ad prata falcanda, 3$. In precariis autumpnali- 
bus, 20$. id. In mercede 12 famulorum per dimidium annum, 135. yd. 
In liberatione R^icaidi) servientis, 6os. lod, Summa: £8 2S. 

Expensa Forinseca 

In uno equo empto ad opus Episcopi, 20s, In avibus emptis ad 
opus Regine pei breve Episcopi, 32ii. In expensis cuiusdam femine 
de ultramare, et equo locato ad eam ducendam Theokesburiam, 35. 
In expensis magistri Emaldi, Alexandri medici, magistri Thome, 
Henrici de Breibuf, qui venit cum venatione Henrici filii Regis, per 
duos dies, die Martis proxima post mediam Quadragesimam,' 
I2S, oid. In expensis WiUelmi Bastardi, Thome de Himtingefeld per 
I noctem, i$d, In expensis Radulfi nuncii per 6 dies, 9«^. In custo 
lardarii, 65. ^. In scutellis, et picheriis emptis pro hospitibus, lojii. 
In expensis forestarionim, 35. i^d. In expensis senescalli, Johannls 
Mi Hugonis, per i diem, gd. In expensis Gregorii, caplli,* et pre- 
bende empte per 8 dies, 55. lod. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini per 
3 dies, iSd. In expensis Fulconis perendinantis cum equo Episcopi 
per 8 dies, izd. In expensis G(alfridi) de Cauz expectantis dominum 
Regem in Augusto, 5s, o^. In presento facto domino Regi per 
G(alfridum) de Cauz apud Wdestoke, 4S. In dignario Ricardi de 
Marisco,' P[etri] de Mallai, los. ^, In i batello empto ad servarium 
Episcopi, 5s. In i cane domini Regis pascendo per 3 partes anni et 
19 dies, ys. ^d. In leporariis domini Regis pascendis per 75 dies, 
3«. i^d. In I porco presentato Ricardo de Marisco,' 20^. In magna 
camera perficienda,* et in 2 garderobis, et 2 appenticiis, £8 13S. lod. 
In 17 aucis emptis, 171^. In expensis garcionis euntis propter pullum 
Episcopi apud Herefordam, ^. Cuidam garcloni, qui domuit pullos 
Episcopl, et custodivit, 2s. In ferrura et capistris 3 equorum peren- 
dinantium, 2s. In seldis de burgo emendandis, et cooperiendis, 

I Marcb 8. 'Sicia MS. for 'capeUani'. 

* Fiist mentioned aa a derk of the Exchequer in 1197, he Isloandtohave 
been in t^onstant attoidance on the King after 1307. See D.N.B., XII, 1048-9, 
and Fosa, Biographia Jttridiea, pp. 434-5. 

* An eraaure befoie the 'et' in MS. 



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66 THE PIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOFKIC OF WINCHESTBR 

40S. lo}^. la busca cariata pro domino Rege, 3S. Sununa : £15 i8s. iiif. 

Sununa totius expense: £24 os. iid. 

Summa liberationis et expense: £113 os. 2d. 

Et debet £4 los. Solvit post compotum £4. Et Episcopus pardonavit 

lOs. Et quiet(us est). 

Exitm Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de' 83 quarteriis frumenti remanentibus 
anno preterito in grangria.» De 6 quarteriis prestitis pro semine. De 
218 quarteriis dimidio huius anni. Summa: 307 quarteria dimidium. 
In semine 400 acrarum, 80 quarteria et 12. In expensis dc»nini 
Episcopi per i talliam, 14 quarteria. In precariis hyemalibus, 2 
quarteria dimidium. In consuetudine medsipe, dimidium quarterium. 
In pratis falcandis, i quarterium dimidium. In consuetudine por- 
carii, dimidium quarterium. In conredio 12 famulorum per annum, 
37 quarteria dimidium. In donis Episcopi passori de Babelake, t 
quarterium. In supravenditis, 158 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 quarteriis curalli. In supravenditis, 
totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 86 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
ordei. In semine 75 acrarum, 24 quarteria. In conredio 12 famuiorum 
per annum, 37 quarteria dimidium. In porcis pascendis, 5. In supra- 
venditis, 20. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 305 quarteriis dimidto i bussello de 
toto exitu avene. De 32 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis receptis de 
Edburgeberi.* In semine 208 acrarum, 80 quarteria. In prebenda 
Episcopi, 85 quarteila 3 busselli, unde redditus est compotum. Item 
in prebenda eiusdem, 94 quarteria dimidium* 3 busselli per 3 tallias. 
In prebenda ma^stri Emaldi, 4 quarteria dimidium 2 busselli. In 
prebenda M(auricii) de Turvilla, 6 busselli. In prebenda Thome de 
Huntingefeld', et Willehni Bastardi, 5 busselli. In prebenda avrorum 
per annum, 15 quarteria. In supravenditis, 57 quarteria. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 3 postea emptis. De 4 adiunctis de instauro. Sununa: 47. 
In mortuis, 3. In precariis autumpnalibus, i. Summa: 4. Et reman- 
ent43. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 avris remanentibus anno preterito. 
De 3 postea adquisitis. Summa: 7. In vendito, i. Et remanent 6. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 asinis remanentibus anno preterito. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF TKE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTBR 67 

De 2 assellis anni preteriti. Summa: 9. In moituo, i, unde corium 
dealbatur. £t remanent 8 asini. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 puUis asinariis proventis hoc anno. 
Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 vacds, l tauro remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 2 postea adquisitis. De 2 adiunctis de instaoro. 
Summa: 19. In mortuis, 2. In consuetudine, i viva. In vendito, 
I taurus. Summa: 4. Et remanent 15 vacce. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 bovettis, 2 geniculis remanentibus 
anno preterito. Summa: (6)^ In adiunctis bobus, 4. In adiunctis 
vacds, 2. Nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de to annalibus remanentibns anno 
preterito. Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 annalibus (remanentibus)' anno 
preterito, vitulis. Adhuc remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 vitulis (proventis)* hoc anno de 
vaccis, quia cetere fuerunt steriles. In decima, i. In mortuo, i. Et 
remanent 10. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40 ovibus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. In mortuis ante parttmi, 3. Et remanent 37. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 37 multonibus remanentibus anno 
pieterito. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 3. Et remanent 34. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 37 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauTO. In decima, 3. In mortuis, 11. Et remanent 23. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 71 velleribus lane grosse. In dedma, 
7. In venditis, 64. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 147 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri die 
Sancti Johannis ante Portam Latmam, et desierunt die Sancti 
llichaelis. In decima, 14. In Episcopi expensis' per 3 tallJas, 10. In 
presentato archidiacono de Huntinduna, i. In presentato Ricardo 
de Marisco, i. In dignario eiusdem, i. In consuetudine daie, i. In 
consuetudine medsipe, i. In pratis falcandis, 4. In precariis autump- 
nahbus, iS. Summa: 51, qui fecerunt duo pondera. In supravenditis, 
96, qui fecerunt 5 pondera. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 104 porcis remanentibus aimo pre- 
terito. De 11 anno preterito porcelhs.* De 31 receptis de Brihtewella. 
De 3 de pannagio. De 78 purcellis proventis hoc anno. Summa: 227. 
In occisis ad lardarium, 52. In consuetudine forestarii, i. In decima, 
7. In consuetudine porcarii, i. In mortuis, 45. Summa: 106. Et 
remanent 121, unde 75 sunt superaimati, 46 hoggetti huius anni. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 52 baconibns. In expensis Episcopi, 

> Tbe total is omitted in MS. ■ Omitted in MS. 

* Sic in MS. for 'In expensis Episcopi . . .' 
*Sic in MS. for 'De 11 porcellis anno pietcrito*. 



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68 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WINCHESTER 

liberatis G(alfrido) de Ltiveis, et Stephano derico, per 3 tallias, 42 
bacones diinidius. In pratis falcandis, 3. In precariis autumpnalibus, 
6 dimidius. 

Idera reddunt compotum de ai auds remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 17 postea emptis. De 28 adquisitis. Srnnma: 66. In ex- 
pensis Episcopi, 17. In presentatis Ricardo de Marisco, 6. In aliis 
hospitibus, 12. In precariis hyemalibus, 24. Summa: 59. Et reman- 
ent 7. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 60 caponibus receptis de Edburge- 
beri. In expensis Episcopi, liberatis G(aUrido) de Luviers per 2 
tallias, 18. In presentatis domino Regi per G(a]iridum) de Cauz, 12. 
In presentatis Ricardo de Marisco, 6. In presentatis Johanni fiUo 
Hugonis, 6. In presentatis Petro de Mallai, 4. In presentatis can- 
cellario, 4. In mortuis, 10. Nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 52 gallinis de cheriset. In expensis 
domini Episcopi, 22. In presentatis domino Regi, et Johanni filio 
Hugonis, 30. 



Edburgebesi^ 

R(icardus?)* serviens, R. prepositus reddunt compotum de 
£24 3s. 2d. de gabulo assiso, imde 2s. sunt de incremento pro 3 acris 
terre de Ricardo filio Lu. 

In quietanciis 1 prepositi, js.; i berebretti, 35.; i fabri, i ber- 
carii, 8s. ; 8 carucarionim, 2is. In quietanciis 18 virgataium tene 
pro opere autumpnali, 275. ; 3 cotagiorum, 35. Summa quietanciarum : 
67S. 

Summa remanens: £20 16$. 2d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de gs. de pannagio. De 155. ^d. de 
herbagio. De 375. 6d. de 30 multonibus vivis venditis ante tonsionem. 
De iis. de 2 bobus vivis venditis. De los. de 4 pords vivis venditis. 
De 2d. de corio i vituli. De 15^. de coriis 3 avroram. De gd. 6d.' de 
2 avris venditis. De 2s. id. de curtHagio. De 49S. de foragio vendito. 
De 205. id. de stipula vendita. De 32S. 71J. de 11 petris dimidia lane 
grosse venditis. De 45. de 59 velleribus agninis. De 6s. Stj. de pelhbus 
13 ovium, 5 multonum, 15 hoggettorum, 10 agnorum. De 20S. 4<f. de 
2 ponderibus dimidio casei venditis, et 2 caseis venditis. De z8d. 

> The title is vritten in large capitals along the same line is US. as the l&st 
entrf of the preceding section. 

* The bailiS of Witiiey ia named 'Ricaxdus' (see p. 63] ; since Witney and 
Adderbury, both Jsolated manora, were the Bi3hop's only possessions in 
Oxfordshire, it is likely that they shared the same boilifi. But compare H. Hall. 
p, 16 (Witney), and p. 57 (Adderbiuy). 

* Sie in MS. for 9*. 6d. 



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THE FIFE BOLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF WINCKESTER 69 

de butiro vendito. De2s.de pomatiis venditis. De i^id. de coUectura 
casei hyemalis. Sumina: £ii 135. i^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 64S. de 24 quarteiiis veteris fru- 
menti venditis. De £15 8s. iid. de 122 quarteriis veteiis siliginis 
venditis. De 555. $\d. de 30 quarteiiis veteris ordei venditis 2 bus- 
sellis.^ Summa: ;£2Z 8s. 4^. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 62s. ^. de 21 quarteriis dimidio 
novi fmmenti venditis. De £10 15S. de 87 quarteriis novi siliginis 
venditis. De Jo6s. id. de 1 tasso de tremeis vendito. De 70S. -jd. de 
38 quarteriis dimidio novi ordei venditis. De 50S. de 50 quarteriis 
avene. Summa: £25 55. 

Suinma utriusque: £46 135. ^\d. 
Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6d. de Johanne de Grava pro im- 
parchamento. De 6d. de Aliz de Hantona pro debito habendo. De 
i2d. de Ricardo filio Reginaldi pro fiha maritanda. De i2d. de 
Roberto filio Hugonis pro simili. De 12^. de Hugone de Monte pio 
ancilla maritanda. De i2ij^. de Martino de Bodicote pro mellea. De 
2S. de Rogero Huberti pro simili. De 20S. pro tasso recusato. De 20s. 
de thedinga pro pace habenda. De 6d. de heryetto Ricardi Passemer. 
De 6d. de herietto Lewini Harang. De 6d. de Davido Comub(iense) 
pro habendo Waranto, De 6d. de Adam Syveken pro simili. De 
9s. zd. pro relevandis operibus. De i8d. de Hugone de* Monte pro 
biga retenta. De 6d. de Thoma de Monte pro mala arratura. De 6d. 
de Reginaldo Stork pro stulta hospitatione. De 6d. de Ricardo 
Altham pro mellea. De 6d. de Fithesent' de Bodicote pro imparcha- 
mento. De izd, de Roberto Nobili pro simili. De 6d. de GiUbert de 
Bodicote pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo de Spirming pro assiso in- 
fracto. De 6d. de Ricardo caietario pro simiU. De 6d. de WiUelmo 
Wepere pro eodem. De 6d. de AUz de Hantona pro simiU. De 6d. de 
Gunnild Lupo pro eodem. De 6s. 8d. de Thoma de Monte pro filia 
maritanda. De i2d. de Ricardo vaccario pro debiU cariagio.* 

M. 4. Dorse 

De 6d. de Henrico Wlgar pro inparchamento. De 6d. de Ricardo 
molendinario pro eodem. De 6d. de Adam cribrario pro warando 
habendo. Summa: 7Ss. ^d. 

Summa totius recepte: 80' 

* Tbe word order is confused here, and should read: ' . . . de 30 quarteriis 
3 busaellis veteris ordei venditis'. 

■ MS. stained. 

* The names of tbe manors entered on the tongne of the membiane in 
capitala are: Witteneia; Edburgebiri; Insula; Wicnmbe. 

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70 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

LiberaHo 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano de vendito veteris bladi, £21 Ss. 4|i2. 
per I talliam. Item eidem per z talllam, £51. 

Summa totius libeTationis: £72 8s. 4^.^ 

Expense Necessarie 

In consuetudine carucariorum pro estuveriis caxucarum, preter 
ferrum, 2s, In ferris avrorum per annum, 2s. 3d. In ferramentis 4 
carucarum per annum, 55. 6^. In 6 bobus emptis, 395. loj^. In 
hemesio bigarum, ^\d. In virgis ad presepe et faldam, 35. loif. In 
utensilibus hospitli, ^. In custo daerie, 2s. i^. In bigis emptis, 
7s. Td. In lavandis et tondendis 157 ovibus, 59 agnis, lo^. In came 
ad precarias autumpnales, 6s. 9^. In decima 5 vitulorum, 2\d. In 
domibus emendand^, 45. o\i. In i hercia, yi. In serrura, ^. la 
expensis Rficardi) servientis, 6os. lod. In expensis Roberti Basset in 
vigiha Purificationis, W. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini circa festum 
Sancti Johannis, jd. In expensis Mauricii de Turvilla Dominica 
proxima post Trinitatem,* 3s. Summa: £7 os. i2\i. 

Expensa Forinseca 

In expensis vicecomitis Oxon^ensis?)' in crastino Sancti Martini, 
35. ^^. In expensis P(etri) Russinol, G(regorii) capellani in festo 
Sancti Edmundi, 141I. In expensis Willehni Bastard, Tome de 
Huntingefeld, Roberti de Hotot, Nicholai Haringot' in vigilia In- 
venttonis Sancte Crucis, 2i}ij. In expensis unius garcionis Eustachii 
de Greinvilla per 9 septimanas, 3s. ftd. In expensis G(regorii) capel- 
lani, et 2 bominum eius, et Johannis, die Mercurii ante festum Sancti 
Johaimis,* 6d. In ferramentis equonun perendinantium, et unius 
puUi Episcopi, ^\d. In expensis Johannis Fulchet, et sociorum eius 
venientium cum puUo Episcopi, yi. In expensis Ricardi de Grai per 
6 ebdomadas 3 dies, 6s. In expensis unius hominis eiusdem per 6 
ebdomadas post recessum eius, 2s. ^. In freno ad puUum Episcopi, 
6<j. In capistro eiusdem, i^. In carbone empto contra adventum 
Episcopi, 2s. In cariando melle prepositi, de Aventre apud Baneberi, 
I2rf. In expensis Stephani venientis cum melle, id. Summa: 235. 5«i. 
Summa tofius expense: £8 45. jjrf. 
Summa totius Uberationis et expense: ;£8o I2s. i.od. 
Et debet 455. 2d. Solvit post compotum. Et quiet(us est). 

' The first 'X' ta ■LXXII' bas been partly eraaed. 
■ June 5. 

■Sm in MS. for'vicecoinitiadeOxenefbrdscir'. In iztt, Tlioiius Basset waa 
sheriH of Oxfordshire, with Robert le Megre acting (or him. See P.R.13J., p. 7. 



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Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 60 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
fnmienti. In semine 162 acrarum, 39 quarteria. In supravenditis, 21* 
dimidium. £t quiet[us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 152 quarteriis i bussello de toto 
exitu siliginis. In semine 168 acramm, 40 quarteria. In precariis 
autumpnalibus, 3 quarteria dimidium. In com%dio i caretarii, i 
bedelli per totum annum, 13 quarteria, In liberatione daie per 
annum, 5 quarteria i bussellus. In conredio unius herciatoris, i 
vaccarii, i porcharii,* 3 quarteria. In conredio bercarii, dimidium 
quarterium. In supravenditis, 87. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 54 quarteriis de toto exitu ordei. In 
semine 28 acrarum, 8 quaiteria dimidium. In pords pascendis, 7 
quarteria. In supravenditis, 38 quarteria dimidium. Summa: 54. 
£t quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 187 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
avene. la semine 100 acrarum, 45 quarteria. In prebenda vigilie 
Sancte Bamabe, 13 quarteria 3 bussellL In liberatis preposito de 
Witteneia, 32 quarteria dimidiura 2 busselli. In prebenda magistri 
R(oberti) Basset in vigilia Purificationis, 5 busselli. In prebenda 
Hauridi de Turvilla Dominica proxima post Trinitatem,* i quar- 
terium, In prebenda vicecomitis Oxon(iensis)* in crastino Sancti 
Martini, i quarterium 3 busselli. In prebenda P(etri) Russinol, 
G(regoiii) capellani in festo Sancti Edmundi, i quarterium. In 
piebenda magistri P(etri) Russinol circa festum Sancti Nicholai, 3 
busselli. In prebenda i equi Episcopi perendinantis per 16 ebdo- 
madas 6 dies, 5 quarteria. In prebenda Willelmi Bastard, T(bome) 
de Huntingefeld, R{oberti) de Hotot, Nicholai Haringot in vigilia 
Inventionis Sancte Cnicis, i quarterium dimidium 3 busselh. In 
prebenda i palefridi Eustachii de Greinvilla per 9 ebdomadas, 4 
quarteria. In prebenda G(regorii) capellani, i equi Episcopi die 
Mercurii ante festnm Sancti Johannis,' dimidium quarterium. In 
prebenda Ricardi de Grai per 6 ebdomas 3 dies, 4 quarteria. Id 
prebenda R{ogeri) Wacelini post festum SancU Johannis, 2 busselli. 
In prebenda i equi Episcopi, quem R(ogerus) Wacelinus duxit, per 
3 septimanas, i quarterium 3 busseili. In i equo de careta Episcopi 
per 4 septimanas, 2 quarteria. In braciatura ad precarias autump- 
nales, 5 quarteria. In prebenda avrorum per totum annum, 18 
quarteria. In supravenditis, 50 quarteiia. Summa: 187 quarteria 
dimidium. £t quiet(us est). 

' 'quaiteria' omitted in MS. 

■ Sic in MS. for 'porcarii'. • Jnne 3. 

* See p. 70, n. 3. * December ai. 



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72 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WINCBESTER 
iHStaurum 

Idem leddunt compotum de 12 avris remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. In mortuis, 3. In vivis venditis, 2. Et remanent 7. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 17 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 2 adiunctis de instauro. De i, heretio Willelmi de 
Forde. De 6 postea emptis. Sunmia: 26. In vivis venditis, 2. £t 
remanent 24. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 6 vacds, i tauro remanentibus anno 
preterito. Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 bovettis remanentibus anno 
preterito. In adiunctis bobus, 2. Nicbil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. De i postea invento. Summa: 5. Omnes remaaent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
vaccis, et una fuit sterilis. In mortuo, i. Et remanent 4, unde 3 sunt 
masculi, i femella. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 69 ovibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 19 adiunctis de instauro. De 6 postea emptis. Summa: 
94, In mortuis ante partum, 6; post tonsionem, 7. Summa: 13. Et 
remanent 81. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 61 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 17 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 78. In consuetudine 
medsipe, i, viva post tonsionem. In vivis venditis ante tonsionem, 
30. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 3 ; post tonsionem, 2. Et remanent 42. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 51 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 10; post tonsionem, 5. 
In adiunctis ovibus, 19. In adiunctis multonibus, 17. Nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 69 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instanio. De 5 proventis de gerciis. Summa: 74. In decima, 6. In 
consuetudine bercarii, i. In mortuis ante tonsionem 8; post ton- 
sionem, 2. Et remanent 57. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 157 velleribus grosse lane. In 
dedma, 15. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In supravenditis, 141, que 
fecenmt 11 petras dimidiam, unde 14 faciunt pondus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 173 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri in 
octavis Pasche, desierunt die Sancti Michaelis, utroque die com- 
putato. In decima, 17. In consuetudine daie, et carucarii, 2. In 
consuetudine, medsipe, i. In precariis autumpnalibus, 14. In expensis 
Mauricii de Turvilla, i. In liberatis Stephano de coquina, 8. In 
supravenditis, 130. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 31 pords remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 43 proventis boc anno de suibus. Summa: 74. In 
decima, 4. In consuetudine piepositi, i. In vivis venditis, 4. In 
mortuis, 4. Et remanent 61. 



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Idem reddunt compotum de 28 auds remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 24 proventis hoc anno. Surama: 52. In precariis autump- 
nalibus, 18. Et remanent 34. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 27 galHnis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 20 de cheriset. Summa: 47. Onmes lemanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 125 caponibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 16 de redditu. Summa: 141. In liberatis Hugoni pre- 
posito de Witteneia, 60. In expensis militum Episcopi, 5. In moituis, 
10. Et lemanent 66. 



Insula 

N. serviens, W. prepositus reddunt compotum de £29 6s. 8d. de 
gabulo assiso. De 6d. de Gillot carpentario de incremento huius anni. 
De Z2if. de Willelmo de Gardino. De i^d. de Guimild vidua Rogeri 
Bolstan'. De I2d. de Roberto de la Manwide. De 6d. de Ricardo de la 
Forde. De 8d. de Waltero Naven. Summa: £29 iis. 6d. 

In quietandis i prepositi, 5s.; i grangiarii citra montem, i oltra 
montem, $s,6d.]z haiwaxdorum citra montem, i ultra montem, 8s. ; 
3 bercarioTum citra montem, cum custode agnorum, i ultra montem, 
lOs. 6d.; I vaccarii citra montem, 25. 6d.; 10 operariorum citra 
montem, 3 ultra montera, 345,; 5 canicariorum citra montem, 3 
ultra montem, 21S. 6d.; i fabri, i.2{d.y Sumraa: £4 &s. 

In defectu terre Rogeri Sebode tracte in dominicum, I2d. In 
defectu molendini, quod fuit Stigant, 55. In defectu motendini, quod 
fuit Herbert, 35. In defectu molendini, quod fuit Seulf, 3s. Summa: 
125. 

Summa quietanciarum et defectuum: loos. 
Summa remanens: £24 iis. 6d, 

Idem reddunt compotum de 355. de 190 caseis venditis, de anno 
preterito, qui fecerunt 5 pondera. De Ss. o^. de paimagio. De 2s. de 
herbagio de Ulmesore. De 45. de herbagio de Scaldeflut. De $\d. de 
Bribtwistona. De 35. 6d. pro pastura vendita apud Swenestonam. 
De 35. de turba vendita ultra montem. De 53S. de 14 bobus venditis. 
De 6s. 8fd. de 2 vaccis venditis. De 3S. de coriis 2 boum venditis. De 
Tod. de cotiis 2 avrorum venditis. De 26d. de coriis 2 vaccarum 
venditis. De 2s. ^. de 7 ovibus vivis venditis. De 45. 6^. de 9 multoni- 
bus vivis venditis in festo Sancti Martini. De 2s. 6^. de 46 grossis 
peUibus. De dimidia marca de 117 pellibus agninis. De 2s. de i porco 
vendito. De i2s, 3^. de 196 gallinis de cheriset venditis. De Js. 61rf. 
de 1,200 ovis, et 49 gallinis de presente' venditis. De z2d, de caseis 
yemalibus venditis. De zzd, de melle bosd vendito. De 281^. de 



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74 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

buUro vendito. De 575, de 8 ponderibus casei venditis. Stimma: 
£10 155. lod.^ 

Idem reddunt compotum de 155. de 39 quarteriis i bussello 
frumenti venditis. De i8s. g{d. de 18 quarteriis dimidio i bussello de 
curallo venditis. De 15S. de 5 quarteriis siliginis apud ultra montem 
venditis. De £4 igs. de 51 quarteriis ordei venditis. De £6 2s. 6d. de 
120 quarteriis avene venditis. De igs. 3*?. de 10 quarteriis pisarum 
venditis. De 45. de 2 quarteriis f abarum venditis. Summa : £21 13S. 6^. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de i marca de thedinga de dtra mon- 
tem pro omnibus causis dimittendis. De los. de thedinga de ultra- 
montem pro simili. De 6s. 84. de vidua Rogeri Bulstan' pro fine 
tene. De 6s. 8d. de Waltero Naven pro simili. De izd. de Ricardo de 
la Forde pro eodem. De zs. de Roberto de la Manwide pro eodem. 
De 6d. de filio Henrici potarii* pro se maritando. De i2d. de Vin- 
cencio, et socio eius pro tran{s)gressis. De 6d. de filio Walteri Veteris 
pro tena habenda. De I2d. de Waltero Palmer pro simiU. De 6d. de 
Hugone Prest pro eodem. De I2d. de Wimundo fratre eius pro 
eodem. De I2[^.]' de thedinga de Wipingeham pro causis dimit- 
tendis. De 43. de Waltero filio Willelmi pro uxore ducenda. De 6d. de 
Ricardo fiUo Willelmi pro terra habenda. De 6d. de Ricardo Wetake 
pro stultiloquio. De 6d. de Ricardo filio Rogeri pro eodem. De 6d. 
de Ricardo* fiUo Lotricis pro eodem. De 6d. de Quaiel pro eodenL 
De 12«?. de Adam nepote Tm^bert pro terra stulte reddita. De I2d. de 
Reinero de Widintona pro stultiloquio. De 2s. de Cristina de Ugge- 
tona pro fiUa maritanda. De 2s. de Stenebira quadam femina' ut 
possit cum viro suo remanere. De I2d. de Rann(uIfo} de Sudtona pro 
filia maritanda. De 6d. de Rogero de Cruce pro simUi. De 4s. de 
Hugone Juvene pro falso clamore. De 6d. de Roberto de Felda pro 
arrura, De 6d. de Unfrido Wint(onie)* pro eodem. De i2d. de Hugone 
Hoy pro falso clamore. De 2 marcis de Robino Norreis pro relevio 
terre sue. De 6d. de Henrico Purs pro manutenemento habendo. De 
6d. de Rogero fiUo Thedridi pro eodem. De 6d. de Ricardo fiUo Luce 
pro eodem. De 6d. de Nigello Bnm pro simiU. De 6d. de Radulfo 
PaJmer pro eodem. De 6d. de Roberto Durc pro eodem. De 6d. de 
Radulfo Gurl pro eodem. De 6d. de Reginaldo fiUo Rogeri pro 
eodem. De 6d. de Jachobo de Godeshulla pro eodem. De 6d. de 

* The last figure of the tatal has beea altered from 5 to 10. 

' Usnally epelt 'pottarii'. * Omiited in HS. 

* 'de Ricardo' is interlineated. 

■ Thia makei little sense as it staada, and ibonld perhaps read : 'De 2«. de 
quadam femina de Stenebira at possit . . .' 

* Altematively Wint(eneie). 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 75 

Wlllelmo Pic pro eodem. De6i2.de Edwardo Palmer pro eodem. De 
6d, de Willelmo Pm^ pro eodem. De 6d. de Willelmo Griatif pro 
eodem. De i libra cere de Willelmo fiiio Luce pro eodem. De i libra 
cere de Daniele. De i libra de WiUelmo molendinario. De i libra cere 
de Petro Cupere. De i libra cere de Ricardo filio Reginaldi de la 
Putte pro eodem. Summa: £4 l8s. 4d. 

Summa totius recepte: £61 igs. 2^. 

Liberatio^ 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, £53 17S. g^. 

Expensa* 

In ferramentls carucarum, izs. id. In rotis caiucarum emptis, 
jugis, herciis, 45. t\d. In 4 paribus rotarum ad marlandiun, 45. 6d. 
In paronis, bads,* clutis, ligone, tniblis, beschis, sellis, capistiis, 
corbellis, 22\d. In cordis ad avros pascendos, et ad carettas, sepo, 
sapone, et sedlep', lojrf. In ferramentis avrorum, 35. ij<i. In pre- 
canis 99 canicarum, I2S. 4^. In custo daerie, 55. &f. In precariis 
autumptialibus, 45. iji?. In solido 7 servientium cum marlatore, 
17S. 6rf. In solido porcarii et daie, 45. In sotularibus 2 herciatorum, 
$d. In sacds et venta, iSif. In quadam semira, 6d. In expensis 
ducendi caseos apud Wintoniam, 5^. In porco empto, i^tf.* In 
qoadam bercaria facta, 45. In quadam bovaria facta apud Scal- 
deflut, 35. In capella de Sweinestona, et aula cooperiendis, cum 
fenestris astantivis, I2s. o\d. In expensis Eustachii de Greinvilla, 
3s. "jd. In expensis H(auricii) de Tuivilla, 3s. 'jd. In liberatione 
N. servientis, 6os. lod. Summa: £8 os. 174^. 
Summa totius liberationis et expense : £61 19S. 2^. Et quiet(us est). 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 70 quarteriis i bussello de toto exita 
frumenti de Cawelbume. De 21 quaiteriis de toto exitu frumenti de 
Biihtwistona. Summa: 91 quarteria i bossellus. In semine 236 
acrarum dimidie, 51 quarteria, In dono fabri,* non in consuetudine, 
dimidium quarterium. In expensis M(auricii) de Turvilla, dimidium 
quarterium. In supravenditis, 39, i bussellus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 23 quarteriis dimidio i bussello de 
toto exitu curaUi. In pords pascendis, 5 quarteria. In supravenditis, 
18, dimidium i bussellus. 

•Seep. 61, n. i. 

* See p. 61, n. i. 

' The Bcribe also nses an altemative foim, 'badis'. 

* Before being partially eiased, tho figure wu either i8 or 33. 
*Sie iu M5. for 'In dono (abro . . .'. 



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76 THE FIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOPSIC OF WINCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotmn de iz quarteriis de toto exttu siligitiis 
de Bribtwistona. In semine z8 acnmun, 7 quarteria. In supra- 
venditis, 5. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 127 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis de 
toto exitu oidei de Cawelbume. De 25 quarteiiis 2 bussellis de 
Brihtwistona. Summa: 153. In semine zoz acrarum, 52 quarteria. 
In conredio servientimn, 41 quarteria dimidium 2 busselli. In dbo 
leporarii, 2 quarteria. In cibo laporarii^ M(auricii) de Turvilla, 2 
busselli. In precariis autumpnalibus, 6 quarteria. In supravenditis, 
51 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 266 quatteriis de toto exitu avene 
de Cawelbume. De 63 quarteriis dimidio de Brihtwistona. Summa: 
329 quarteria dimidium. In semine 220 acrarum, 161 quarteria. In 
prebenda avrorum, 20 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda Nicholai 
Ace in autumpno, i quarterium dimidium. In prebenda M(auricii) 
de TurviUa, i quarterium dimidium. In supravenditis, 120. Et 
remanent in granaria 25. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 16 quarteriis de toto exitu pisarum. 
In semine 25 acrarum, 5 quarteria dimidium. In supravenditis, 10 
quarteria dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 quarteriis de exitu fabarum. In 
semine 4 acrarum, 2 quarteria. In supravenditis, 2 quarteiia. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 88* bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 3 de testamento* Rogeri de la Pette, Willehni Chine, 
Henrici de Piro. De 6 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 97. In vivis 
venditis, 14. In mortuis, 2. Summa: 16. Et remanent 81. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 avris remanentibus anno preterito. 
In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 4. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 vaccis remanentibus. De 3 
adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 17. In vivis venditis, 2. In mortois, 2. 
Et remanent 13. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 17 annalibus remanenribus anno 
preterito. De 3 anni preteriti, vittdis. Sununa: 20. In adiunctis bobus, 
6. In adiunctis vaccis, 3. Summa: 9. Et remanent 11 annales. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
vaccis. In decima, i, quia decima non fuit data anno preterito. Et 
remanent 7. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 394 ovibus remanentibus anno 

^Sic iu MS. for 'leporarii'. 
• Written in MS. s ^^ 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 77 

preterito. De 24 adiunctis de instanio. Summa: 418. In vivis ven- 
ditis ante partum, 7. In mortuis ante partum, 5 ; post partum et ante 
tonsionem, 7; post tonsionem, 10. Smnma: 29. Et remanent 387 
oves, 2 cuilardi.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 463 multonibus remanentibus aimo 
preterito, De 9 adiunctis de instauro. Summa : 472. In vivis venditis, 
g. In mortuis ante tonsionem, i2;post tonsionem, i. In consuetudine 
prati, I viva. In expensis M(auricii} de Turvilla, i. In precariis 
autumpnalibus, 7. Summa: 31. £t remanent 441 multones. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 36 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 3. In adiunctis ovibus, 
24. In adiunctis multonibus, 9. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 361 agnis proventis boc anno de 
instauro, quia 21 fuerunt steriles. In decima, 36, In consuetudine 2 
bercariorum, 2. In mortuis ante separationem, 97 ; post sepaiationem 
et ante tonsionem, 15. De omnibus pellibus superius respondent. 
Summa: 155. Et lemanent 206 agni. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13 porcis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De i empto. De 31 proventis de suibus. Summa: 45. In 
decima, 3. In moituis, 13. Sununa: 16, Et reraanent 29, unde 8 sunt 
sues, I venes, 4 masculi superannati, 16 boggetti. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 314 caseis, qui incepeiunt fieri 6 
Kalendas Aprilis, et desierunt in die Sancti Michaelis, utroque die 
computato, et fecerunt binos per 127 dies. In decima, 31. In con- 
suetudine piati falcandi, i. In expensis M(auricii) de Tuivilla, i. In 
dono marlatori, i. In precariis autumpnalitms, 9. In supravenditis, 
271, qui fecerunt 8 pondera, 

Idem reddunt compotum de 850 velleribus grosse lane. In 
decima, 84. In consuetudine 3 bercariorum, 3, Et remanent 763, que 
fecerunt 5 pondera dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 206 velleribus agninis. Omnes 
lemanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 196 gallinis de cheiiset. In supia- 
venditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £j i2s. id. de oblatione tumbe 
Symonis de Aresfeld.* In liberatis Johanni decano, totura.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 Ubris cere. Solvit, et quiet(us 
est). 

Idem leddunt compotum de 17S. iijii. de hominibus Symonis de 
Aiesfeld, quos solebant ei reddere. 

' The more usnal spelling is 'cnUlardt'. 
* MS. U well rnbbed at tbis point. 

■ It it not cleai' wby tbis entry appears in thls sectlon ol the account 
atalL 



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7» THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WINCHESTER 

WlCUMBE 

A(lanus)^ capellanus, Johaimes prepositus reddunt compotum de 
£48 25. 7ld. de gabulo assiso, cum incr^ento. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 5«.; 6 operariorum per annum, 30S. 
(Summa?) :* 35S. 

In defectu (terre)* i potaiii, isd. ; i curtilagil tracti in dominicum, 
6d. In defectu tene Gerardi, 5s. In defectu terre GaUridi, 6s. In 
defectu terre Thome, 55. lod. In defectu (Derwini?),' 35. In defectu 
terre de Radulfo Kake, gd. In defectu terre Hernebuige vidue, I2(2. 
In defectu unius acie de terra Deiwini, 4d. In defectu i acie WiUelmi 
de Torhughe, ^d. Summa defectuum: 235. gd. 

Summa quietanciarum et defectuum: 58S. <jd. 
Summa remanens: £45 3$. lojrf. 

M.s. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 62s. i^d. de pannagio. De 28s. de 
herbagio Witlintone. De 5s. de quodam prato. De 2s. de waiecta. De 
5s. de 2 campis sub castello, et de terra Tbome. De 5s. de residuo 
denarionmi Beati Petri.* De 5s. 2d. de theloneo tabemarum. De 25. 
de theloneo lini. De 35. yi. de 5 vitulis vivis venditis, De 2s. de coriis 
2 boum. De gd. de corio i bovetti. De ^d- de pellibus anni preteriti. 
De 2id. de 21 grossis pellibus. De 51J. de 9 pellibus agniiiis. De iSd. de 
molendino fulerez. De 23^. de molendino bladi. De 2is. ^d. de 2 
ponderibus dimidio teitia paite* pondeiis casei venditis. De 29S. id. 
de bosco vendito. De I2d. de melle. Summa: £8 175. 6d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £34 os. 2d. de 163 quarteriis fru- 
menti venditis. De 645. ^. de 55 quarteiiis avene et dimidio. De 
iis. zd. de 3 quarteriis i bussello pisarum venditis. Summa: £37 i6s. 

Pwchasia 

Idem leddunt compotum de 45. de Rogeio de Fining pro bosco. 
De 6s. 8d. de Editha vidua, quia fecit domum in dominico sine 
redditu. De I2(rf.)* de Galfrido molendinario pro bosco. De i marca 
de Henrico forestario pro bosco male custodito. De los. de Amaldo 
de Lortebume, quia contradixit curie [sic]. De i marca de Hugone 
forestario, quia destnixit nemus. De 2s. de Willehno filio Alvrici, qui 
se dixit Ubemm, et non fuit. De dimidia maica de eodem, quia 
intendebat piobaie se esse hberum, et non potuit. De 6d. de Jordano 
fiho WiUehni pro foiisfacto bosd. De i2d. de Galfrido fiUo Giiardi 

■ See below, p. 80. 

* MS. is bodly rnbbed at this point, makiiig these letters almoat illegiUe. 

■ Omitted in MS. * See p. 31, n. i. 

* 'paite' is repeated in M5. ' Omitted in M5. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIHCHESTER 79 

jnt) siniili. De i^d. de Gilibert Lusse pro falso clamore. De 25. 
de Thoma de Lacu(in)be pro forisfacto bosd. De dimidia marca 
de Hemico de Hukendene. De 2s. de Ravening pro pastura. De i 
marca de Andrea forestario pro bosco male servato. De 2s. de 
Simone forestario pro mellea. De 2s. de Godwino de Filendene pro 
teira stulte retenta, et pro foiisfacto bosci. De 6d. de Hereward pro 
eodem. De 6d. de Warino pro eodem. De i marca de Petro pro uxore 
habenda. De I2i. de Roberto Fininge, qui peiscmtabatur teiTam 
alienam. De 12^. de Roberto Aldeiman pro eodem. De I2d. de 
Henrico &lio Edithe pro eodem. De isd. de Amald de Lortebume. 
De 6s. pn> se maritando de Godelot. De dimidia marca^ de Willelmo 
de Della pro terra dimittenda. De 2s. de flliis Willelmi filii Ailvrid 
pro mellea. De izd. de Waltero filio* Ranulf pro eodem. De 6d. de 
Roberto de Castello pro curtilagio. De izd. de Reginaldo pro pastora. 
De 8s. quos homines de villa mihi dedemnt. De zs. de Andrea pro se 
hbeiando de capitagio. De 2os. de Ricardo Columbario, quia voluit 
esse libeium, cum esset servus. De los. de Rogeio, Nigello pro eodem. 
De 20S. de Waltero, quia noluit venire ad hallimot. De 65. Sd. de 
GaUrido pro eodem. De i maica de Wllelmo fiho Alvrici pro eodem. 
De 2S. de R^inaldo pro eodem. De dimidia marca de Ricardo filio 
Roberti pro eodem. De i marca de Willelmo filio Osbert pro eodem. 
De 2s. de Willelmo Juvene pro eodem. De js. de Petro, qui habuit 
infantem de flUabus unius rustici, et distraxit catalia eius.' De izs. 
de quibusdam extraneis pro blado tassato super terram Episcopi 
sine licentia. De 2os. de thedinga. De i2d. de Radulfo novo homine, 
quia alieni comitatus erat. De izd. de quodam alio pro eodem. 
Samma: £13 6s. zd. 

Summa totius recepte : £105 3S. 6Jrf. 

Liberaiio 

In liberatis J(ohaiini) decano, £67 js. old. In liberatis Dionisio 
de Camera, ;f 12 los. 

Summa totius Hberationis: £79 17S. o|<i. 

Expensa 

In feiramentis 4 camcaium, 11 aviomm, 355. 4d. In biga ferrata, 
3s. In 4 plaustris faciendis, 55. In biga emendanda, I2d. In furds 
ferreis, dutis, cordis, 2id. In 4 precaiiis arure [sic], 20s. g{d. In 
mercede unius fabri, 8 camcariorum, i carettarii, i bercaiii, i daie, 
29S. Sd. In mercede i caretarii per i terminum, i2d. In mercede 2 

' 'marca' ia interlineated. 
' 'Walteio filio' is interliiieated. 

■ The fourth clauae of Magna Carta seeks to provjde a reinedy' against similar 
abuses of wardahip. 5«e W. 5. McKechoie, Magna Carta (znd ed.], pp. 341-6. 



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8o THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

herciatorum, i porcaiii, 2S, In consuetudine prati, i2d. In 3 piecariis 
autumpnaUbus, gs. 2\d. In rotis carucarum, 8d. In grangia, bovaria 
emendandis, portis sepibus claudendis, 5s. 6d. In semine vanando, 
I2d. In 10 beschiis emptis, 15^. In 3 aimalibus emptis, 5$. lod. In 
88 agnis emptis, 23S. ^. In 3 quaiioiis dimidio i bussello fabarum 
emptis, ys. ^. In curtilagio empto, 35. gd. In triturandis 405 quar- 
teriis fiumenti, &js. 6d. In tiiturandis 40 quarteriis mancomi, 
6s. gd. In triturandis 40 quarteriis dimidio ordei, 3s. 4!*^. In tri- 
turandis 285 quarteriis dimidio avene, 23S. gji. In triturandis 7 
quarteriis pisarum, jd.^ In ventilandis 52 quarteriis bladi, 13^. In 
altero blado ventilando, zs. In custo daerie, 6d. In sale, i2d. In 
expensisAlanicapellani,27s. In merlandis* 28 acris dimidia, 68s. i^, 
In expensis Mauricii de Turvilla per i tailiam, 3s. In expensis 
caxdinarii,* 8s. 2^d. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini, yd. In i molendino 
molente, i fuleret factis de novo, £4 ijs. gid. In cariandis per 
aquam apud Londoniam 129 quarteriis frumenti, 21 quarteriis 
avene, 30S, 8\d. In meiremio cariando apud Merlawe, 4S, 6d. Pro 
pastura, i8d. Summa expense : £25 6s, 6d. 

Summa totius liberationis et expense: £105 3s. 6^. Et quiet(us est). 
Sed debet 2 marcas, qui* sunt super R. de Twirigge, de tempore 
Ricaidi Morel. Et totum aliud reragium quietum est. 

Exiius Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 254 quarteriis fnimenti remanenribus 
anno preterito. De 225, i bussello de toto exitu fmmenti huius anni. 
Summa: 479 quarteria i bussellus. In semine 156 acrarum dimidie, 

78 quarteria i bussellus. In consuetudine prati, i quarterium, In 
precaiiis amire, 2 quarteria. In precariis autumpnalibus, 5 quarteria, 
In expensis A(lani) capellani, i quarterium. In liberatis servienti de 
Suweike pei 2 tallias, 229 quarteria. In supiavenditis, 163. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 61 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis de 
toto exitu mancomi. De 18 quarteriis de exitu molendini. Summa: 

79 quarteria dimidium 2 busselli. In semine 28 acrarum dimidie, 
14 quarteria dimidium' 2 busselli, In precariis camcariorum, 2 
quarteria, scilicet in cervisia, In precariis autumpnalibus, i quar- 
terium. In conredio 10 servientium, unius daie, i porcarii, imius 
vaccarii, 58 quarteria. In conredio i herciatoris, 2 quarteria. Et 
remanent 2. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 42 quaiteriis de toto exitu oidei. 
De 5 quarteiiis dimidio leceptis de Weiegiave. Summa: 47 quarteria 
dimidium. In semine 28 acramm, 14 quaiteria. In poids sustinendis 

< 'pisamin, 76.' is written over an erasure in MS. 

■ 5ic in MS. for 'marlandis'. *Sic in MS. for 'gardinarii'. 

* Sic in MS. for 'que*. * 'dimidiiiin' is repeated in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 8l 

8 quarteria. In conredio predictorum famulorum, 24 quarteria. In 
conredio i caretarii per 13 septimanas, i quarterium dimidiura. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 286 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitn 
avene. In semine iSg acrarum, 124 quarteria dimidium. In pre- 
benda zi avTomm, 31 quarteria. In prebenda boum, 31 quari:eria. 
In prebenda senescalli, i quaiieriuni dimidium per i talliam. In 
prebenda cardinarii,^ 3 quarteria. In prebenda A(lani) capeUani, 8 
quarteria, In cervisia ad precarias armre, 4 quarteria. In precariis 
autumpnalibus, 2 quarteria. In farina, 2 quarteria. In prebenda 
R{ogeri) Wacelin, R(oberti) de Hotot, i quarterium, In liberatis 
servienti de Suwerke, 21 quarteria. In supravenditis, 57 quarteria 



Idem reddunt compotum de 3 quarteriis dimidio i bussello 
fabarum emptis. In semine, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
pisaium. In semine 12 acrarum, 4 quarteria i bussellus. Id conredio 
famulorum, i bussellus. In supravenditis, 3 quarteria i bussellus.* 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 11 avris remanenribus. In mortuis, 2 ; 
coria dealbantur. Et remanent 9. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 29 bobus remanentibus. De* 4 
adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 33. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 31. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 vaccis remanentibus. De 4 adiunc- 
tis. Summa: 10. Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 bovettis, 4 genicolis remanentibus 
anno preterito. In adiunctis bobus, 4. In adiunctis vacds, 4. Et 
nichil remanet, 

Idem reddunt compotum de l tauro, de 4 bovettis remanentibus 
anno preterito, annalibus. Summa: 5. In mortuo, i. Et remanent 4, 
vnde 3 sunt masculi, i femella. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 annalibus Femanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. De 3 postea emptis. Summa: 9. In mortuo, i. Et 
remanent 8. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro. In vivis venditis, 5, Et remanent 3. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 69 ovibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 10 adiimctis hoc anno,* In mortuis ante partum, 4. Et 
remanent 75. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 61 multonibus remanentibus anno 

' Sic in MS. for 'gardinarii'. 

■ According to tbese fignres, i bushel still remaiiiB unaccounted for. 

* An erasnre ol the figures XXI in MS. 

* 'preterito . . .' ia written over an erasure in HS. 



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preterito. De 24 adiunctis hoc anno de instauro. Summa: 65.^ In 
consuetudine prati post tonsionem, 2 vive. In occisis ad opus 
caidinarii [sic] post tonsionem, 2. In mortuis ante tiHisionem, 8. 
Summa: 12. Et remanent 53.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 41 ho^ettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In moituis ante tonsionem, 7. In adiunctis ovibus, 
10. In adiunctis multonibus, 24. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 62 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instanio. De 88 emptis ante tonsionem. Summa: 150. In dedma, 6. 
In consuetudine berearii, i . In mortuis ante tonsionem, 9. Snnuna : 16. 
£t remanent 134. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 132 velleribus grosse lane. In 
dedma, 13. In consuetudine bercarii, i. Et remanent 118, que fadunt 
I pondus I clavum. 

Idem reddtmt compotum de 134 velleribus agninis, que fadimt 
10 clavos. Totum remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 161 caseis, qui Jnceperunt fieri 
vigilia Sancti Georgii, et desierunt die Sancti Michaelis. In dedma, 
16. In consuetudine prati, 2. In precaiiis autumpnalibus, 9. In 
expensis senescalli, i. In expensis caidinarii [sic], i. In expensis 
Alani capellani, 2. In supravenditis, 130, qui fecenmt 2 pondera 
diinidium tertiam partem pondeiis. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i verre, 6 suibus, de 52 pords 
remanentibus anno preterito. Et de 69 proventis hoc anno de suibus. 
Summa: 128. In decima, 6. In consuetudine porcarii, i. In missis 
apud Femham, 28 per i talliam. In missis apud Suwerke, 16 per i 
talliam. Summa: 51. Et remanent 77, unde i est verres, 6 sues, 8 
pord superannati, 62 ho^etti. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 60 gaUinis de cheriset. In missis apod 
Suwerke, 45. In expensis A{lani) capellani, 5. In mortuis, 10. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 auds de adquisitione. Omnes 
remanent. 

Weregrave 

P. Ace, W. prepositus reddunt compotum de £4 i6s. 2jd. de 
reragio aimi preteriti. Solvit totum J(ohaiini} decano per 2 tallias. 
Et quietus est. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £25 los. uid. de toto gabulo assiso. 
De irf. de Radulfo de Frid'. Summa: £23 iis. o^d. 

In quietandis i prepositi de Weregrave, iSd. ;» i de Waltham, 

> The correct total is 85. 

■ Conaequently this total should be 73. 

■ The 'iBd.' is interlineated. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER 83 

25. ; I de Culnham, 121/. ; i forestarii de Weregrave, 35. ; i forestarii 
de Waltham, 2s.; i foiestarii de Warefeld, 2s.; 4 carucariorum de 
Weregrave, 4 de Waltham, 4 de Culnham, 6s. ; i porcarii, i bercarii, 
z vaccarii, i8d. Summa: 19S. 

Summa remanens: £24 12$. oid. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 2s. 0^1?. de pannag^o. De 135. 3^. 
de herba^o. De 22s. de 3 bobus vlvis venditis. De iSs.^ de 3 vaccis 
vivis venditis. De 3 de i avro vendito. De 3s. 6d. de i tauro vendito. 
De 2s. 2d. de corio^ i bovis, 3 annalium, i vituli mortuonim vendito.* 
De jd. de i ove, i multone veteri venditis. De 15^. de pellibus 3 
ovium, I multonis, 10 agnonun mortuorum venditis. De 195. ^d. de 
2 ponderibus dimidio i quartrun casei venditis. Summa: £8 5s. id. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £io de dono annuo. De £4 i8s. pro 
relaxatione opeium. De 35S. de moituo bosco vendito. Summa: 
£16 13S. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £48 195. gd. de 347 quarteriis 
mestillonis venditis. De £9 2s. 84. de 85 quarteriis dimidio ordei 
venditis. De 121?, de dimidio quarterio pisarum vendito. Summa: 
£58 3s. 5d. unde £13 os. 15^. sunt de veteri blado, et £45 2s. 2d. de 
novo blado. 

Purckasia 

Idem reddunt compotnm de 2S. de Willehno Galant pro stulti- 
loquio. De I2d. de vidua Radulfi de Bera pro bosco secando. De I2d. 
de Simone filio Segar pro i sepe. De 3«. de Hugone Peir pro fine terre. 
De I2d, de Robeito de la Lake pro defectu openim. De 6d. de Adam 
Bien pro lege lelaxata. De I2d. de Willehno Meduin pro stultiloquio. 
De 5s. de vidua de Widehaie pro stulto facto. De 5s. de Simone filio 
Robeiti pro simih. De 55. de Willehno fiUo Elwini pio fine teire. De 
i2d. de WiUehno Attebroc pro i fossato fundito. De i2(ij.)* de 
Henrico Cries pro stulto facto. De 35. de Matill(da) vidua pro fine 
terre. De i2d. de testamento Roberti Telier. De 45. de Henrico 
clerico pio fine teire. De 2s. de Simone de Gaidino pio filia maiitanda. 
De i2d. de Tovi de Waltham pio simih. De I2d. de Radulfo Com(ite) 
pio simili. De i2d. de WiUehno aiblastario pio stulto facto. De 
dimidia maica de Waltero Curtehose pro simili. De i2d. de Simone 
Selebruc pro stultiloquio. De i2d. de Stephano de Cnice pro simdi. 
De 2s. de Henrico Cries pro simih. De 3s. de* la Felda pro simili. De 
5s. de Radulfo Ruffo pro simili. De i2d. de Roberto Oisel pro fine 
terre. De 5s. de vidua Ricaidi Nigri pro simili. De i2d. de Edwardo 
cementario pro lege relaxata. De izd. de Rogero Puero pro simih. 

' '181.' is written over an erasare in MS. 

* Sic in MS. for ' . . . de coriis . . . venditis'. * Omitted :n MS. 

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84 THE FIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCBBSTER 

De zs. de Hugone Nigro pro fine terre. De 6d. de Willelmo de Here- 
tona pro pastura.' De 6s. deEmulfo preposito pto motura. Dedimidia 
marca de Willelmo de Laca pro pace habenda. De izd. de Roberto de 
Cnice pro spina secanda. De los. de Edinimdo Ttured pro stulto 
facto. De 55. de Simone de Gardino pro simili. De izd. de Stephano 
Olebroc pro simlli. De i2d. de Nigello carucario pro simili. De i2d. 
de Tovi de Waltham pro lege relaxata. De I2d. de Radulfo Com(ite) 
pro sorore maritanda. De 35. de Hatill(da} de Cruce pro simili. De 
i2d, de Luwino fabro pro stulto facto. De i marca de Roberto de 
Niweham pro relaxatione operis. De I2d, de Adam Can' pro stolto 
facto. De i2d. de Alfiredo de Ponte pro i sepe. De 2s. de Willelmo 
Sebrend pro stulto facto. De 3s. de Emald Meu pro simili. De i2d. 
de Waltero Poter pro fine terre. De 35. de Stephano Chien pro 
proprestura. De 2s. de Ada [sic] carpentario pro stulto facto. De 
35. de Randulfo de Hentona, ut posset discedere libere de tena 
Episcopi. De dimidia marca de uxore Roberti cementarii pro 
fine terre. De 2s. de Roberto de Selebnic pro disporta habenda. 
De dimidia marca de Tboma forestario pro fine terre. De 25. de 
Roberto de Crace pro stulto facto. De 55. de Willelmo Bemers 
pro stulto facto. De 45. de Johanne de Hurleia, ut posset habi- 
tare in villa. De 5s. de Waltero de Cruce pro fine terre. De 2s. de 
Henrico filio Juliani pro fine terre, De 3S. de Alvredo Patte pro 
pace habenda. De 121^. de Rogero Beste pro stulto facto. De 
205. de thedinga de Weregrave. De i marca de 5 hominibus de 
Waiefeld pro pace habenda. De 2S. de Ste(p)hano de Crace, et sui 
thedinga* pro stultiloquio. De izd. de Roberto Hureward' pro lege 
relaxata. De 45. de Willelmo Albini, et mile Albin pro proprestura. 
De 3S. de WiUelmo Wichit pro pace habenda. De i marca de 
Roberto de Merlane* pro stultiloquio. De 2s. de Galfrido fabro pro 
simili. De 2s. de Emulfo preposito pro lege relaxata. De i2d. de 
Willelmo Nigro pro stulto facto. De 2 marcis dimidia de Wllelmo 
de Lake pro fine molendini. De 6d. de Willelmo Sutore pro mellea. 
De i2d. de Ricardo Nigro pro simili. De izd. de Symone de 
Warefeld pro proprestura. De los. de Adam de HuUa pro mala 
arratura. De 45. de Stephano de la Felda pro stulto facto. De dimidia 
marca de WiUebno de Widehaie pro pace habenda. De 2 marcis de 
Alvredo de Wrie pro simili. De los. de Willelmo de la Strode pro 
simili. De izd. de Alvredo paltener(ario) pro stulto facto. Summa: 
;fi6 7s. lod, 

Sununa totius recepte: £124 os. i6Jrf. 

ir even 'et thedinga 
■ Ot Merlaue. The lost letten of the word are almost illcgible. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 85 

Liberatio 

In liberatis J(ohaniii) decano per 2 talllas, £77 75. 8id. In Uberatis 
Dionisio de Camera, £24 los. 

Sununa totius liberationis: £100 37S. 8^d. 

Exfimsa 

In feTTamentis 6 carucarum, i6s. loji. In mercede fatm pro 
reparatione ferramenti de Waltham, y, In rotis ad carucas, Sd. In 
ferramentis 3 equorum carectaiiomm, et 6 avromm, 45. 9^. In 2 
paribus rotarum ad bigas, et eisdem feirandis, 8s. iit^. In cordis, 
capistris, et paramentis biganmi, 2s. ^d. In serruris ad grangiam, 6d, 
In stipendiis 3 famulorum et daie per aimum, iis. In 4 precariis 
autumpnalibus, 155. 8d, In i hostio grangie de Waltham, et eadem 
cooperienda, 2s. In custo daerie, 35. id. In daeria et parva domo 
parandis de novo, 5s. 8d. In triturandis 63 quarteiiis mestiUonis de 
Culnham, los. 6d. In triturandis 116 quarteriis avene de Weregrave, 
75. 3d. In prato sarcando apud Waltham, I2d. In hberatione P. Ace, 
60S. lod. Summa: £7 155. id,^ 

M. 5. Dorse. 



In expensis pistoris domini Episcopi per 2 dies, 51^. In pords de 
paimagio custodiendis, ^d. In expensis R((^eri) WaceUni per i 
vicem, idd. In expensis Nicholai, et hominis sui per 8 dies, l6d. In 
expensis archidiaconi Wintonie, P(etri) Russinol, et sodorum suorum, 
25. 4d. In expensis Roberti de Hotot per 2 vices, 2s. gd. In expensis 
magistri Emulfi, gs. 6d. In expensis M{auricii) de Turvilla per 4 dies, 
14S. 2}(f,, per 2 tallias. In i capistro, corda, femira pulh et palefridi 
domini Episcopi, iid. In expensis nepotum domini Episcopi per 16 
dies, 21S. In pisce empto ad opus domini R^s apud Femham, 
9s. o^. In hberatis magistro WiUebno per breve domini Episcopi, 
50S. In vinario parando, 78$. gd. In 5 savibus locandis ad portandum 
bladum, buscam, meiremium apud Londoniam, £4 i6s. 8d. Summa: 
£14 8s. 7d.» 

Summa utriusque expense: £22 35. 8d. 
Suniina Uberationis et expense: £124 os. i6id. Et quiet(us est). 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 49 quarteriis dimidio de Weregrave; 
de 15 quarteriis de Waltham ; de i quari^rio dimidio de CuUiham de 



■ The naines of those manon 
brane, ara wiitten in capitals o 
Wicnmbe; Weregrave; Cnod. 

■ Origiually £tj 8s. yd., but the gecond X of XXIII haa been altered to I. 



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86 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER 

toto exitu veteris fnimenti. £t de 44 quarteriis de Weregrave; de 17 
quari^riis de Waltham; de 13 quarteriis dimidio de Culnham de 
exitu fnimenti huius anni. Summa: 140 quarteria dimidium. In 
semine 10 acrarum apud Waltham, 20 acrarum apud Culnham, 8 
quarteria. In pane Episcopi, 4 quarteria. In missis apud Suwerke, 
iz8 qtuuieria dimidium. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 103 quarteriis i estrica de Were- 
grave; de 44 quarteriis dimidio de Waltham; de 73 quarteriis de 
Culnham de exitu veteris mixtillonis.* Et de 138 quarteriis i estrica 
de Wer^rave; de 80 quarteriis i estrica de Waltham; de 64 quar- 
teriis de Culnham de exitu mixtillonis huius anni. Summa: 505 
quarteria i estrica. In semine 130 acraium apud Weregrave, 82 
acrarum apud Waltham, 90 acrarum apud Culnham, 77 quarteria i 
estrica. In consuetudine falcatorum prati, 2 quarteria i estrica. 
In conredio 3 famulorum, i daie, 20 quarteria dimidium i estrica. 
In porcis pascendis, i quarterium dimidium. In missis apud Suwerke, 
56 quarteria dimidium. In supravenditis, 347 quarteria. £t quiet(us 
est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 16 quarteriis de Weregrave; de 21 
quarteriis de Culnham de exitu veteris ordei. Et de 42 quarteriis i 
estrica de Weregrave; de 17 quarteriis de Waltham; de 17 quarteriis 
dimidio de Cuhiham de exitu ordei huius anni. Summa: 113 quarteria 
dimidium i estrica. In semine 17 acrarum apud Weregrave, 10 
acrarum apud Waltham, 10 acrarum apud Culnham, 14 quarteria 
dimidium i estrica. In porcis pascendis, 8 quarteria. In missis apud 
Wiciunbe, 5 quarteria dimidium. In supravenditis, 85 quarteria 
dimidium. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 quarteriis veteris avene de Were- 
grave. Et de 247 quarteriis i estrica de Weregrave; de 57 quarteriis 
dimidio de WaJtham; de 140 quarteriis de Culnham de exitu nove 
avene. Summa: 464 quarteria dimidium i estrica. In semine 135 
acrarum apud Weregrave, 83 acrarum apud Waltham, 80 acrarum 
apud Culnham, 147 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda domini 
Episcopi per 2 tallias, 19 quarteria. In prebenda M(auricii) de Tur- 
villa, I quarterium dimidium i estrica. In prebenda Roberti de 
Hotot per 2 vices, i quarterium. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelin, 
dimidium quarterium. In prebenda Nicholai per 8 dies, i quarterium. 
In prebenda archidiaconi Wintonie, P(etri) Russinol, et sodorum 
eius, 2 quarteria. In prebenda magistri Amuf [sic], 3 quarteria. In 
prebenda archidiaconi Wintonie per plura itinera, i quarterium. In 
prebenda P. Ace per annum, 26 quarteria. In prebenda caretariorum 
et avrorum, 20 quarteria. In missis apud Suwerke, 242 quarteria. 
Et quiet(us est). 

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Idetn reddunt compottun de dimidio quarterio de exitu pisarum. 
In supravenditis, totum. £t quiet(us est). 

InstauruM 

Idem reddunt compotum de 53 bobus remanentibus anno pie- 
terito. De 2 de testamentis Roberti cementarii, et Walteri de Cnice. 
De 6 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 61. In vivis venditis, 3. In 
mortuo, I. Et remanent 57. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 avris remanentibus anno pieterito. 
De I de testamento Willebni molendinarii. Summa: lO. In vivo 
vendito, i. Et remanent 9. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 tauris, 24 vacds remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 2 adiunctis de instauro. De i de testamento 
Juliane de la Lake. De i inventa. Summa: 30. In vivis venditis, i 
taunis pro infirmitate, et 5 vacce. Et remanent 23 vacce, i taurus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 bovettis, 2 geniculis remanentibus 
anno preterito. In mortuo, i bovettus. In junctis bobus, 6. In 
adiunctis vacds, 2 genicule. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 5, unde 2 sunt masculi, 
3 femelle. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13 vitulis proventis hoc anno. In 
dedma, 2. In mortuo, i. Et remanent 10. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 88 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De g adiimctis de instauro. Summa: 97. In mortuis ante 
partum, i; post partuni et ante tonsionem, 2. In viva vendita ante 
partum, i. Et remanent 93. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 70 multonibus remanentibus aimo 
preterito. De 8 adiunctis de instauro, Summa: 78. In vendita ante 
tonsionem, i. In mortua ante tonsionem, i. In consuetudine faka- 
torum, 3 vive post tonsionem. Et remanent 73. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 17 bogastris remanentibus anno 
pieterito, agnis. In adiunctis ovibus, 9. In adiunctis multonibus, 8. 
Et nicliil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 84 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro. In decima, 7. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In mortuis ante 
tonsionem, 10. Et remanent 66. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 169 vellenbufi grosse lane. In 
decima, 16. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In missis apud Suwerke, 
152, que fecerunt i pondus 9 petras, cum 66 velleribus agninis. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 167 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri 16 
Kalendas Maii, et desienmt in die Sancti Michaelis. In decima, 16. 
In consuetudine falcatorum, 3. In expensis senescalli, i. In supra- 
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Idem reddunt compotuin de 58 porcis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 21 purcellis [sic] proventis hoc anno de suibos. De 18 
proventis de paimagio. Summa: 97. In dedma, 2. In consuetudine 
poTcarii, i. In libeTatis ad lardarium de Fembam, 50. Summa: 53. 
Et remanent 44. 

Idero reddunt compotum de 72 gaUinis de cheriset. In missis 
apud Suwerke, 60. Et remanent 12. 

Cnoel 

Mauricius serviens, et Ricardus prepositus reddunt compotum 
de 735. 4d. de uno tasso bladi de Funtel. De i&s. pro (a)merciamento 
pro pace habenda de blado vendito. Summa: £4 iis. ^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de ^4 95. de reragio anni preteriti. De 
95. de 319 pellibus agninis remanentibus aimo preterito. Sunmia: 
£4 i8s. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £14 i2s. 4\d. de gabulo assiso. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 55.; 1 berebretti, 2s. dd.; x bedelli, i 
fabri, 6s.; 2 bercariorum, 6s.; i bercarii per i tenninum, f)d.\ i 
forestarii, i custodis vaccaium, 35. ; 10 carucarionim per aimum, 155. ; 
I operaiii per i tenninum, (>d. ; 2 carucariomm per i terminum, I2i. 
Summa: 39S. (d. 

In defectu 2 virgatarum terre Fratrum, 6s.; dimidie viigate 
Clatere, i8d.; i cTofte Blakeman, i2rf. ; dimidie virgate terre, i2{d.);^ 
dimidie virgate de Holdeia, i8rf. De nunuto gabulo predictarum 
terranim de termino Sancti Michaelis, T2d.; i vii^ate Osbert de 
Kingeswde tracte in dominicum, 45. ^d. De i virgata Phitippi et 
Galfridi tracta in dominicum, 35. 3 Jd. ; i virgata Johannis haiwardi, 
35. 3^. ; I crofte Galfridi de Grava tracte in dominicum, 6\d. ; i 
crofte Lucie, i2d. Summa defectuum: 24$. lod. 

Summa quietandarum et defcctuum: 645. ^. 
Summa remanens: £11 Ss. o^.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5^. de pannagio. De y\d. de cheri- 
set.' De l4 135. ^. de herbagio. De 245. de 4 bobus vivis venditis. 
De 45. $d. de i vacca viva vendita. De 3S. 1111?. de coriis a boum, i 
vacce, z annalium mortuorum venditis. De 3s. id. de 16 agnis ven- 
ditis. De 95. 2d. de pellibus 80 ovium,* 12 multonum, 5 hoggettorum, 
50 agnorum. De £4 75. 6</. de 12 ponderibus dimidio casei venditis. 
De ys. de butyro vendito. De 9$. de albo vino vendito. Summa: 
lii 19S. ^d. 

' Omitted in MS. 

' 'fhe whole entiy is inserted at the end of the line beneath in MS. 
■ The commatatiou of a rent usnally paid in Idnd. See p. 30, n. 5. 
* Mis-spelt io MS. as 'qvlum'. 



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Idetn reddunt compotum de £4 los, de 22 quarteriis dimidio 
frumenti venditis. De i6s. 8d. de 5 quarteriis curalli venditis. De 245. 
de 9 quarteriis siliginis venditis. De 15*. de 6 quarteriis mancomi 
venditis. De 2s. ^d. de l quarterio i estrica fabarum venditls. 
Summa: £y ys. iid. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40S. de Galfrido Freke pro miseri- 
cordia ovium. De i marca de Willelmo de Billebam pro punfald(a) 
fracta. De I2d, de Helya pro lege relaxata. De 6s. Sd. de Ricardo 
Beggere pro stultiloquio. De 45. de thedinga pro eodem. De 45. de 
Willelmo de Funtel pro judicio habendo. De 2s. de Aldeto pro 
misericordia. De 45. de Johanne Strut pro pluribus excessibus. De 2S. 
de Osbert de Kii^eswde pro mellea. Summa: 77S. 
Summa totius recepte : £39 los. 6d. 

Liheraiio^ 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano per i talliam, £18. 

Expensd*^ 

In feiramentis 5 carucarum per annum, et per 3 terminos, i8s. f>d. 
In rotis, jugis ad carucas, i&d. In precariis hyemalibus 34 carucarum, 
2s. lod. In aula, et thalamo, et bovaria cooperiendis, 2s. ii^ In 
porcaria facta in foresta, (>d. In i semira empta, 2i. In 2 saccis 
emptis, 124. In 90 clatis emptis ad faldam, 2S. In custo daerie, 
5s. 3|i. In 46 quarteriis avene emptis ad semen, 36S. In 20 acris 
prari falcandis, 5S. In pane et cervisia ad precarias autumpnales, 
9s. ^. In precariis estivalibus 32 carucarum, 2s. &d. In 152 acris 
sarclandis, 3s. 2d. In triturandis 50 quarteriis frumenti anni preteriti, 
8s. ^d. In triturandis 40 quaiteriis frumenti, 7 quarteriis siliginis, 
70 quarteriis mancomi, 30 quarteriis ordei, 80 quarteiiis avene, 
2Ss. &/. In stipendio i bovaiii, 3S. 6d. In stipendio daie, 2S. In 
mercede i caietarii in autumpno, 2iii. In liberatione Mauricii, 
605. xod. Summa: f,^ 16$. 

Expensa Forinseca 

In ferris, clavis, ferrura 8 avrorum ad marlandum, 9S. 2\d. In 4 
bigis de novo parandis, et pluribus bigis reparandis, 13S. In clutis, 
clavis, uncto, sapone, et tacca emptis, $s. 2}^. In paronis, paronellis, 
badis, sellis, zs. ^d. In 2 karris emptis, et paramentis suis, 55. iii2. In 
spargendo marlam 9 acrarum, 2s. y^d. In veteribus fossatis et sepibus 
deponendis, et sartandis 440 peitids, 2is. 6(f. In 8 trublis feirandis, 
M. In 2 coriis avrorum dealbandis, %d. In 2 furcis ferreis, 31^. In 

»Seep. 61, n. i. 



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90 THE PIPB ROLL OF THE BISHOPKIC OF WINCHESTE» 

sartandis 25 acris, 72S. W.,' sdlicet pro qualibet, ^od. In stipendio et 
conredio warinnaiii a Pascha floridum usque ad festum Sancti 
Hichaelis, 225. 6d., per 22 septimanas. In stipendiis 4 marlatorum 
per annum, 20S. In stipendiis 4 marlatonmi per dimidium annum, 
145. In 13 bobus emptis, £4 os, 2\d. In i vacca empta, 5$. o^. In 
expensis Mauricii de Tuivilla, 13S, -j^d. per 2 tallias. In expensis 
fratris Jobannis de Waverleia per i vicem, 2d. In sarpileriis ad 
lanam, 35. ^. In 7 ponderibus lane portandis ad Londoniam, 55. In 
expensis Johannis de Chartte, T.2d. In expensis R(ogeri) WaceUn, 
3$. lod. per 2 tallias. In expensis magistri R(oberti) Basset, 2S. ^d. 
per 2 tallias. In expensis Philippi de Croperie, Nicholai, Thome 
piceme,* lod. per i talliam. In prebenda empta palefrido domini 
Episcopi* per l noctem, quando Ricardus nuncius eum duxit de 
Glaucestria, i^. In expensis viridarii per i vicem, 22d, Summa: 
£15 12S. 5K- 

Summa utriusque expense : £25 8s. 5^. 
Summa hberationis et expense: £43 85. 5id. 
Et debet 135. ^{d. Solvit, et quietus est.* 

{Exifus)' Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 44 quaiteriis de toto exitu frumenti. 
In semine 89 acrarum, 19 quarteria dimidium. In dono Episcopi 
Radulfo de Lusset, i quarterium. In consuetudine seminatorum, 
dimidium quarterium. In consuetudine falcatorum prati, dimidium 
quarterium. In supravenditis, 22 quarteria dimidium. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 5 quarteriis de toto exitu curaUi. In 
snpravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
siliginis. In semine 2 croftonun, 4 quari^ria dimidium. In supra- 
venditis, 9 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 84 quarteriis mancomi. In semine 
167 acrarum, 33 quarteria dimidium. In consuetudine prepositi, 
bedelU, fabri, canicarii, berearii pro cibo Natalis et Pasche, 2 quar- 
teria.* In herciatore, i quarterium; custode odosorum boum, 
dimidium quarterium. In conredio 2 bovariorum, 4 mariatorum per 
annum, 2 marlatorum per dimidium annum 2 septimanas, 2 marla- 
torum per dimidium annum minus 2 septimane, 29 quarteria, quia 

' This total is incorrect. 25 acres at jod. per acre — 6is. 6d. 

• Sie in MS. for 'pinceme*. 

* 'In prebenda palefiidi domini Episcopi empta . . .' ia probabl^ what ia 

• 'Solvit . . .' ia written ia the right hand margin of the membrane. 

■ Mostly illegible. The left-hand maigin of the membrane is frayed and 
dfBcolonred. 

* '3 qnarteria' is interlineated in a di&erent hand. 



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THE PIPE EOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER 9I 

recepenmt residuTim de ordeo. In conredio daie, 5 quaiteria. In 
porcis pascendis in hieme, 5 quarteria. In purcellis sustentis, l 
quarterium. In mercede marlatoris per 8 septimanas, i quarterium. 
In supravenditis, 6 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 39 quarteriis i estrica de toto exitu 
ordei. In semine 49 acrarum, 15 quarteria i estrica. In mercede 
herdatoris, i quarterium. In conredio predictorum famulorum, 23 
quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 82 quarteriis 3 bussellis de toto 
exitu avene. De 46 postea emptis. Summa: 128 quarteria 3 busselli. 
In semine in pluribus croftis non mensuratis, 47 quarteria 2 busselli. 
In consuetudine seminatorum, dimidium quarterium. In prebenda 
R{(^eri) Wacelini, Galfridi de Luviers, Danielis pinceme, Philippi de 
Croperie, 2 quarteria per i talliam. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini 
per 3 tallias, 2 quarteria i bussellus. In prebenda magistri R(oberti) 
Basset, 6 busselli per 2 tallias. In prebenda PhiUppi, Thome pin- 
ceme, Nicholai, 4 busselli. In prebenda domini Episcopi per plura 
itinera, 45 quarteria 2 busselli. In conpanagio famulorum, 2 quarteria. 
In prebenda 8 avrorum marlatorum, 28 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i quarterio dimidio de exJtu f abarum. 
In plantanda, i estrica. In supravenditis, i quarterium i estrica. 

(Instaurumy 

Idem reddunt compotum de $2 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De i adiuncto de instauro. De 13 postea emptis. Summa: 
66. In vivis venditis, 4. In mortuo, i. In occiso ad precarias autump- 
nales, i. £t remanent 60. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 avris remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 8. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 16 vaccis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 4 adiunctis de instauro. De i empta. Summa: 21 vacce. 
In viva vendita, i. In mortua, i. Et remanent 19. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 bovettis 4 geniculis remanentibus 
anno preterito. In mortuo, i bovettus. In adiuncto bobus, X. In 
adiunctis vacds, 4. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 4 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. In mortuo, i. Et remanent 3, que sunt femelle. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
vaccis, quia cetere fuenmt steriles. In decima, i. Et remanent 11. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 331 ovibus remanentibus anno 
pieterito. De 6 adiunctis de instauro. De 7 receptis de Funtel ante 
partum. De 307 leceptis de Thoma de Chauciunbe post paitum, de 
quibus 55 fueiunt geide. Summa: 651. In consuetudine beicaiii, in 

1 See p. 90, n. j. 



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92 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTEB 

termino Sancti Martini, i. In mortuis ante partum, 52; post partum 
et ante tonsionem, 21; post tonsionem, 7. Summa: 8z. Et lemanent 
570- 

Idem reddmit compotum de 266 multonibus remanentibus anno 
pteterito. De 4 adiunctis de instauro. De 5 receptis de Funtel ante 
tonsionem. De 41 de Thoma de Chaleke ante tonsionem. Summa: 
316. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 11. In consuetudine falcatoris prati 
post tonsionem, 1. Et remanent 304 multones. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 15 ho^ttis remanentibus anno 
pieterito, agnis. In mori;uis ante tonsionem, 5. In adiunctis ovibus, 6. 
In adiunctis multonibus, 4. Et nichil remanet 

Idem reddunt compotum de 266 agnis proventis hoc aimo de 
instauro, quia iz oves fecerunt aboisum, et 7 fuerunt steriles. De 210 
receptis de Thoma de Chaucimibe cum ovibus. Summa: 476. In 
decima, 47. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In vivis venditis, l6. In 
mortuis ante tonsionem, 42; post tonsionem, 6. Summa: II2. Et 
remanent 364. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 882 velleribus grosse et crispe lane, 
In consuetudine 2 bercariorum, 2. In consuetudine daie, i. In 
decima, 87. In liberatis R(ogero) Wacelino, 792, que fecerunt 7 
pondera cum 364 velleribus agninis. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 268 caseis, qui incepemnt fieri 7 
Idus Aprilis et desierunt in die Sancte Fidei, et fecerunt per 86 dJes 
binos caseos. la dedma, 26. In consuetudine falcatorum, 2. Tonsori- 
bus, I [sic]. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini, i. In expensis senescalli, 2. 
In precariis autumpnalibus, z. In supravenditis, 234, qui fecerunt 12 
pondera dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 54 porcds remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 21 purcellis proventis* hoc anno de eisdem. Summa. 75, 
In decima, 2. In consuetudine porcarii, i. In missis ad lardarium de 
Duntona, 4. In mortuis, 4. Sutmna: 11. Et remanent 64, unde sex 
sunt sues, i verres, 42 porci superannati, 15 hoggetti. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 gallinis remanentibus. De 60 
receptis de consuetudine bedelli et forestarii. De 25 auds remanenti' 
bus anno preterito. De 12 auds de exitu huius anni. In expensis 
domini Regis apud GiUingeham, 62 galline, 4 auce, In expensis 
R(ogeri) Wacelini, 3 auce. In expensis domini Episcopi apud Brade- 
fordam, 4. In expensis forestariomm, 4. In mortuis, 4. Et remanent 



* From thia point to tbe toot of the membrane the left hand margin is 
badl}r atained. 

■ The correct totol is iS. 



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THB PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 93 
M.6. 

Clera 

Joliamies de Wltona, Michaelis piepositus reddunt compotum de 
£y 75. 8d. de 56 quarteriis frumenti remanentibus anno pieteiito. De 
14S. 8d. de 8 quarteriis curalli eiusdem frumenti. De 31S. de 21 
quarteiiis manconii. Summa: £<j I2s. lod. 

Idem ledduat compotum de £18 js. 6^. de toto gabulo assiso. 
De los. de molendino eiusdem viUe. De i2d. de molendmo de Sandel- 
ford. Summa: £18 iSs. 6^. 

In quietanciis 2 prepositorum de Buiclere et Haltecleie, 8s. Sd. 
In quietandis 2 haiwaidomm de Burclere et Halteclere, $s. In 
quietandis bercaiiomm de Burclere et Halte Cleie, 4$. ^. Iq 
quietanciis Z2 caiucaiioium de Buiclere, 32S. 8d. ; 4 camcaiioium de 
Halteclere, 8s. ; forestarioium, 45. ; r fabri, i porcarii, 43. ; 2 opeiari- 
orum, 4s.; Osmundi Fucere, i2d. In quietandis 16 hominum de 
Hauelea, 64S. Summa: £6 155. 8d. 

In defectu 335 aciarum tiactarum in dominicum apud Burclere, 
37S. In 23 acns tiactis in dominicum apud Haltecleie, lo^. In 
defectu (tene) Wluvini de Ciuce tiacte in dominicum, 35. In defectu 
I crofte Robeiti Wixi tiacte in dominicum, i3d. In defectu 10 
acrarum de teiia Rogeii Malpetit tractarum in dominicum, 2od. In 
defectu 10 acrarum Osmundi Blakeman tractarum in dominicum, 
2s. 6d. In defectu 4 aciamm Thome paimentarii tractarum in 
dominicum, i2d. In defectu gaboli Sjmionis derid, 2od. In defectu 
terre Edwini, i2d. In defectu crofte Osmundi Dust tracte in domini- 
cnm, i2d. In defectu gabuli (terre)^ de* Sages tracte in parcum, 
13S. 4d. In defectu gabuh (terre)^ Rogeri Bule tracte in dominicum, 
25. Summa: 66s. 

Summa quietandarum et defectuum : ;£io os. 20d, 
Summa lemanens: £8 i6s. io\d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 24S. i^d. de pannagio. De gs. lod. 
de heibagio. De 95. de 2 bobus vivis venditis. De 35. ^d. de 4 multoni* 
bus vivis venditis post tonsionem. De 2s. Jo\d. de 9 agnis vivis 
venditis. De 13^. de corio i bovis mortui vendito. De 35. 3d. de pelli- 
bus 15 ovium, 4 multonum, 11 hoggettomm mortuomm venditis. 
De 4s. 7^. de pellibus 97 agnomm mortuorum venditis. De 6s. id. 
de mortbois vendito. De 14S. de cortice vendito. De 6s. 8d. de lana 
que ceddit de ovibus. De £7 de 20 ponderibus dimidio casei venditis. 
De 36S.' de i pondere dimidio lane agnine venditis. De i6d. de butiro. 
vendito. De 2S. 2d. pro via habenda. De 2S. de consuetudine mellis. 
De 2s. de potfald. Summa: £13 8s. 4.\d. 

> Oinitted in MS. ■ An emsure in MS. of two letteis, possibly 'gi*. 



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94 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF W1NCHE5TER 

Idem reddunt compotum de £12 145. z^- de 65 quarteriis fmmenti 
venditis. De £4 i6s. de 31 quarteriis dimidio curalli venditis. De 
42S. 8d. de 22 quarteriis mancomi venditis. De los. 6d.de y quarteriis 
ordei venditis. De 45. de 2 quarteriis fabarum venditis. Sununa: 
£20 75. 5d. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 35. de Acero pro melle vendito. De 
izd. de filia Bule pro furagio stulte capto. De 35. 6d. de Cristina pro 
se maritanda. De 6d. de Edmundo BtUe pro blado male servato. De 
i2(d.y de Matillda vidua pro filia maritanda. De 61?. de Edwino pro 
mdlea. De 6s. 8d. de Adam filio Ricardi pro terra patris habenda. 
De 3s. 6d. de Randulfo pro simili. De f)d. de Osbert Chefiinge pro 
forisfacto pasture. De 45. de thedinga, quia non venerunt ad haUimot. 
De 6d. de Edwino Novo pro foiisfacto pasture. De 6d. de Godwino 
Notte pro forisfacto bosci. De 6d. de Alwino Sune pro simili. De 12^. 
de Hugone flho Roberti pro terra habenda. De i2d. de Blakeman 
Gunz pro mala aratura. De 6d. de Edulfo pro forisfacto pasture. De 
2s. de Acero pro sepe stulte capta. De 6d. de Willebno Wischarde pro 
l^. De 6d. de Willelmo pro sepe facta. De jzd. de Godwino pio 
lege. De 6d. de Elwlno filio Emaldi pro mellea. De i2d, de Waltero 
Cole pro forisfacto bosci. De 6d. de Ricaido Cutel pro forisfacto 
pasture. De 6d. de vidua Rogeri pro simiU. De6d.de Walcbelino 
haiward pro pastura male servata. De 6d. de Roberto filio Edmundi 
pio mellea. De isd. de Willelmo molendinario pio claustura capta. 
De I2d. de Rogero Gudde pro lege. De i2d. de Godwino Rufio pro 
furagio stulte capto. De 6d. de Cuping' Gunz pro blado suo habendo. 
De 6d. de Erowico pro sussisa.' De 6d. de Cupping' Gunz pro foris- 
facto pasture. De 6^. de Willelmo de Eneburne pro foiisf acto bosd. 
De izd. de Ricardo Brun pro forisfacto pasture. De 6d. de Ricardo 
de Parco pro simili. De 6rf. de Roberto pro simili. De i2d. de vidua 
Haderewlf' pro simili. De i2rf. de Roberto Sheffinge pro simili. De 
6d. de Godwino Ruffo pro simili. De 6d. de Nicholao Ruffo pio 
simiU. De 6d. de Blakeman Gunz pio simili. De 6d. de Estmundo de 
Sele pro simih. De 6d. de Waltero Cupere pro simili. De 6d. de 
Godwino de Sele pro simili. De 6d. de Godwino de la Gerstuna pro 
simili. De 6d. de Adam de Lagestuna pro simili. De 6rf. de Godwino 
Notte pro simili. De 6d. de Acero pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Cutel 
pro simili. De 6d. de Alwino Sune pro simili. De 6d. de vidua Rogeri 
pro simili. De 6d. de Johanne Wischaide pio simiU. De 6d. de 
Cupping' Gunz pro simili. De i2d. de Johanne de Lagestona pio 
fossato facto. De 6d. de Ricardo bercario pio forisfacto pasture. De 
6d. de Egaro pro simili. De 6d. de Blakeman Gunz pro filia maritanda. 

> Omitted in MS. ■ Sic in MS. foi 'sursisa'. 



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THE PIPB ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIHCHESTER 

De 4$. de Waltero Cusin pro forisfacto bosci. De 6d. de Edgaro 
sepe domini fracta. De 2S. de Ricardo Brun pro sorore marita: 
De i2d. de thedinga, quia non venenint ad hallimot. De 6d 
Editha pro leirwite.^ De I2d. de Edufa pro se maritanda. Sum 
63S. 8rf. 

Summa totius recepte : £55 gs. 2d. 

Liberatio^ 

In liberatis J(olianni) decano per i talliam, £27 jgs. S^. 

Expensa* 

In ferramentis 8 carucarum per annum, 2is. 2d. In ferrami 
3 carettariorum, 6 avrorum, y. lod. In rotis emptis ad carucas, 
Xn I biga ferro ligata, 2 paribus rotarum ad bigas emptis, par 
paionellis, badis, gs. 6d. lu 2 bigis faciendis et ligandis ad < 
d.omini Episcopi, 46S. In 6 bobus emptb, 355. 6d. In 35 porcis em 
3cyj. 6d. In custo daerie, Ss. ^. In i tonello vini cariando a Lond 
'Kxs<iue Cleram, igd. In sarplariis ad lanam inponendam, 5s. 2i 
erai.riem carianda usgue Suwerke, 35. 2d. In furagio empto, $s. 2t 
SB.i>Ja et thalamo emendandis, 4s. In fumiJlio, et fumesio, et g< 
^m^rio de novo factis, $s. zd. In anatura 31 acrarum, 5s. 2d. In meb 
^:^^ acris dimidia fnimenti, 48 acris dimidia avene, 30S. s\i 
p»x-)ecarii8 hyemalibus et quadragesimalibus, et 2 precariis auti 
K:3.aJibus, 45S. tod. In claudendis circa parcum iii pertids, 20s 
Cxi mercede illorum qui duxerunt de bosco ad parcum meren 
f^Xancarum, 14S. i^. In planchis parandis et firmandis, 14S. Si 
^^K-i-dirandis 62 quarteriis frumenti, 21 quarteriis mancomi reman 
^^"»:«.s anno preterito, las. iijrf, In triturandis ii8 quarteriis frua 
*^»-'*^-ius anni, 33 curalli, 85 mancomi, 27 ordei, 272 avene, 52S. 3I 
^-^ ^^srcede illorum qui fugavenint comos de parco, 2S. 51?. In consi 
*-^^»^^»e falcatorum prati de Burclere et de Ricrofte, &d. In merct 
^^^-^"ettariorum per annum, 6s. In mercede i carettarii per 3 p 
*— *--«-T>i, iM. In mercede daie, 2s. ^. In mercede custodis agno 
In 2 faldis wiscandis, lod. In corredio constabularii per 2 
:^do tradidit (?) meremium ad parcum, 4S. In conredio 4 I 
. Hugonis de Nevill per 4 dies, 2s, xd. In conredio senescaU 
, gs. 5irf. In conredio R(ogeri) Wacelini et Davidi qu 
^samnt presentum domino Regi, I2rf. In conredio G(regorii) c 
I *.j. P(etti) Russinol, i6\d. In conredio R(ogeri) Wacelini qu 
^p: — '^^^■-i^t loqui cum Hugone de NeviU, jd. In comedio Thom 
^ ^* "^ ^•fciDgefeld, Willelmi Bastard, 2S. srf. In conredio G(rei 

ai^^^_ -^^ fine for incoiitiiience. See further, N. Neilson, op. eU., pp. 86 u 

" ^^^ - ^*^ - . E. Levett, Studies in Manoriat Hislory, p. 435. 



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96 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OP WIKCHESTER 

capellani et R(ogeri) Wacelini in Conversione Sancti Pauli, iSd. In 
conredio Ravlini et Testard quando venemnt cnm equis dcnnim 
Episcopi de Walia, ^d. In conredio Simonis carectarii quando fedt 
parare bigas per 4 dies, Sd. In conredio E(ustachii) de Greinvilla 
quando venit de doniino Rege, izjii, In conredio magistri R(oberti} 
Basset quando venit loqui cum domino Rege apud Fremante! ad 
festum Sancte Fidei, 2S. ^. In conredio Walteri de Sancto Audoeno, 
Thome venatoris, Walteri marescalli, et aliomm plurium, 8s. 2d, 
In liberatione Johannis de Wltona, 6os. zot/. Summa expense: 
£23 13S. io\dy 

Summa liberationis et expense : £51 13«. ^rf.' 
Et debet 755. ■]d. Solvit post compotnm. Et quietus est. 

Exitus Grangiarum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 56 quaiteriis dimidio frumenti 
lemanentibus anno pteterito. In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 114 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
frumenti de Burclere. De 16 quarteriis de Haltedere. De 2 allatis de 
Echeneswella. Summa: 132 quarteria dimidium. In semine 262 
acrarum apud Burclere, 25 acraium apud Haltedere, 44 quaiteria 
dimidium. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 23 quarteria. In supravenditis, 
65 quarteria. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 quarteriis curalli remanentibus 
anno preterito. In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 23 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
curalli de Burclere ; 1 1 de Haltedere. Summa : 34 quarteria dimidium. 
In pane ad preces quadiagesimales, 3 quarteria. In supravenditis, 31 
quarteria dimidium. Et quiet(u8 est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 21 quarteiiis mancomi lemanentibus 
anno preterito. In venditis, totum. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 52 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
huius anni de Burdere. De 51 quarteriis de Haltedere. Summa: 103 
quaiteria.* In semine 155 aciaium apud Burdeie, 56 aciaium apud 
Haltedere, 52 quarteria. In conredio 2 caretariorum per annum, 10 
quarteria dimidium. In conredio illoium (qui)' clauseiunt parcum, 
et fugaverunt corvos' de parco, 9 quaiteria dimidium. In coniedio 
daie, 4 quarteria. In coniedio custodis agnorum, 2 quaiteria dimi- 
diirni. In 7 poicis pascendis, 3 quarteria. In supravenditis, 22 
quarteria. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 27 quarteiiis dimidio de toto exitu 

> The ' 1 31. ' of this total is written over an erasure in MS. 

»The '^51' is written over an eraaure in MS. 

■ The correct total is 103 quarterlai dimidiunl. 

• Omitted in MS. ' Sie in MS. tot 'comos'. 



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THB FIFE ROLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WINCHESTES 97 

ordei. In semine ii acrarum, 4 quarteria dimidium. In porcis 
pascendis, 16. In supravenditis, 7. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 89 quarteriis de toto exitu avene de 
Burclere. De 172 de Halteclere. De 39 receptis de Widehaie [sic]. De 
8 receptis de Esmereswide. De 12, dimidio receptis de EchenesweUa. 
Summa: 320 quarteria dimidium.^ In semine 200 acrarum apud 
Burclere, 49 acrarum apud Halteclere, 86 quarteria dimidium. In 
prebenda domini Regis et Episcopi per 8 tallias, 83 quarteria 3 hope. 
In prebenda senescalli per plures vices, 5 quarteria. In missis ad 
Wlveseiam, 79 quarteria. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini et Davidi 
quando fecerunt presentum domino Regi, l quarterium dimidium, 
2 busselli. In prebenda G(regorii) capellani, P(etri) Russinol, i 
quarterium. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini quando venit loqui cum 
Hiigone de NeviU, 2 busselli. In prebenda E(ustachii) de Greinvilla, 
7 bope. In prebenda Achardi quando perrexit ad Regem, i hopa. In 
prebenda Thome de Huntingefeld et WiLebni Bastard, i quarterium. 
In prebenda eundi et redeimdi apud Regem, i quarterium dimidium 
7 hoppe [sic]. In prebenda R(icardi) de Grei quando perrexit ad 
dominum Regem, i bussellus. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini et 
ahorum quando venerunt parare hospitium domino R^, 3 quarteria. 
In prebenda R(obeTti) Basset quando venit loqui cum domino Rege, 
I quarterium. In prebenda equorum domini Regis ad festum Sancte 
Fidei, 4 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda 3 equorim caiectarionun, 
39 quarteria. In prebenda Dionisii, Phihppi, Davidi, i quarterium. 
Et remanent 11 quarteria dimidium i bussellus.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 quarteriis de toto exitu fabarum, 
In supravenditis, totum. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 73 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 2 receptis de Esmeresworde. De 6 postea emptis. De i 
de testamento Seive vidue. Summa: 82. In vivis venditis, 2. In 
mortuo, i. Et remanent 79. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 avris remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De i invento. De 4 pullis. In mortuo, i pullus, unde corium 
dealbatum est. Et remanent 11 avri, 3 puUi. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 27 vacds remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i bovetto remanente anno preterito, 
annah. Et lemanet. 



' The correct total is 319 qnajter 

■ See note i. According to the fignres given, the total amount of oats dis- 

poaed of is 309 qtn. 3 bnshela. The amonnt remaining therefore is 10 qtrs. 



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9« THE FIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIHCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. In mortuo, i, unde texerunt sellara bige. Et 
remanent 6. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 vitulis proventis hoc anno. In 
dedma, z. Et remanent 9. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 304 ovibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 68 emptis ante partum. De 41 adiunctis de instauro. 
Summa: 613. In mortuis ante partimi, 13; post tonsionem, z. Et 
remanent 598. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 19 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 24 emptis ante tonsionem. De i recepta de Ecbenes- 
wella ante tonsionem. De 30 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 74. In 
missis ad Wdehaie [sic] ante tonsionem, 24; post tonsionem, 30. 
In mortuis ante tonsionem, 4. In vivis venditis post tonsion^n, 4. 
Et remanent 12. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 82 hogastris remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In adiunctis ovibus, 41. In adiunctis multonibus, 
30. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 11. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 551 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 8 oves erant steriles. De 99 receptis de Esmeresworde. 
De 173 receptis de Echeneswella. Summa: 823. In decima, 55. In 
consuetudine 2 prepositorum, 2 bercarionim, forestarii, fabri, 
haiward, 7. In vivis venditis, 9. In mortuis ante separationem, 46; 
post separationem, 21; post tonsionem, 30. Et remanent 655. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 83 porcis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 35 postea emptis. De 16 proventis de suibus. Summa: 
134. In decima, i. In consuetudine porcaiii, prepositi, fabri, 3. In 
expensis domini Regis apud Fremantel, 6. In expensis domini 
Episcopi, 5. In missis ad Duntonam, 7. In occisis ad precarias 
autumpnales, 2. In mortuis, 3. Summa: 27. Et remanent 107, unde 
2 sunt verres, 6 sues, ceteri superannati preter X2 purcellos. 

Idem reddmit compotum de 646 velleribus grosse lane. De 205 
receptis de Echeneswella. De 195 receptis de Esmereswoide. De 385 
receptis de Widehaie. Summa: 1,431. In decima, 64. In consuetudine 
2 bercariorum, 2. In missis apud Suwerke, 1,365, que fecerunt zi 
pondera, unde 3 pondera sunt crispa, 8 grossa. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 332 caseis qui inceperunt fieri 15 
Kalendas Maii, desierunt in die Sancti Michaelis, utroque die com- 
putato, et fecenmt cotidie binos caseos. Et de 64 caseis de vacds 
factis secundo die qui incepemnt fieri 8 Kalendas Junii, desierunt 
(in die)i Sancti Michaelis. Summa: 396. In dedma, 39. In consuetu- 
dine 2 prepositorum, fabri, forestarii, haiwardi, falcatoris prati de 
Burclere, 2 daiarum, 8. In expensis Episcopi ibidem multociens, 22. 

> Omitted in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 99 

In expensis magistri Alani, i. In expensis R(ogeri) Waoelini, i. In 
expensis senescalli, i. In expensis Walteri de Sancto Audoeno cum 
sodis, I. In precariis autumpnalibus, 2. In supravenditis, 317, qui 
fecerunt 20 pondera dimidium. Et remanent 4. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 gallinis de consuetudine foreste. 
De 164 de cheriset. De 114 receptis de Echen(eswella). De 76 leceptis 
de Widehaie. De 26 receptis de Esm(eresworde). Summa: 400. In 
expensis domini Episcopi, liberatis Nicholao Coco et Petro, 85. In 
liberatis Roberto de Hales, 60 per i talliam. In Uberatis R(ogero) 
Wacelino ad opus domini Regis, 50 per i talliam. In missis ad 
Wlveseiam, libeiatis Petro Coco, 42. Item, 93 per i talliam. In 
liberatis J(ohanni) decano, 38 per i talliam. In missis apud Biteme, 
23. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelin, 3. In expensis P(etri) Russinol, 4. 
Et remanent 2. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 1,600 ovis leceptis de consuetudine. 
De 100 leceptis de Echen(eswella). In missis ad Wlveseiam, liberatis 
J(ohanni) decano, 1,400. In liberatis R(oberto) de Hales ad opus 
domini Episcopi, 200. In expensis euntis et redeuntis, 100. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i bacone remanente. In misso apud 
Echen(eswellam), i. 

Idem reddunt compotun de came i bovis temanente. In missa 
^ud Echeneswellam, totum. Et quiet(us est). 

WlDEHAIE 

J.^ serviens, Nidiolaus prepositus leddunt compotum de 
£9 los. 8d. de 64 quarteiiis dimidio fiumenti lemanentibus anno 
preterito. De 243. lorf. de 10 quarteriis curalli de eodem frumento. 
De 465, yd. de 35 quarteriis mancomi Veteris. De ys. de 3 quarteiiis 
dimidio ordei veteris. Summa: £13 95. id. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 43. io<f. de gabulo assiso. 

In quietancia prepositi, 2s. ^d. In quietanciis bercaiii, haiwaidi, 
43. In quietanciis forestarii, 2s. ^d. ', 4 caiucarioium per annum, 2 
carucariorum pei i teiminum, gs. ; i opeiatoiis pei annum, l per l 
teiminum, 2s. 6d. Summa: 20s. 2d. 

Summa lemanens : 645. 8d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de los. 2d. de pannagio. De 75. Sd. de 
herbagio. De 14^^. de potfald. De 55. de i bove vendito. De 2S. de 
corio I bovis vendito. De 20^. de pellibus 9 multonum venditis. 
De ^4{d.)' de 350 ovis venditis. Summa: 28s. iol<i.* 

I The initial probably Btands for Johannes de Woltona, wbo is also the 
bailiS of tbe neighboQring manor of Cleie. See p. 93. 
■ Omittcd in MS. 
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100 THE PIPB ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de 30S. de 7 quarteriis dimidio^ fru- 
menti venditis. Be 13S. ^. de 4 quarteriis curalli venditis. De 
£6 155. de 57 quarteriis dimidio mancomi venditis. De 255. o^. de 9 
quarteriis dimidio ordei venditis. De 42. i\d. de 3 quarteriis avene 
venditis. Smnma: £10 75. (d. 

Purchasia 

Idem leddunt compotum de 6d. de Osmundo de StaohuUe pro 
aspectu bundredi habendo. De 2s.» de Walchelino pro filia maritanda 
extra terram Episcopi. De Z2<f. de WUelmo de Huma pro sumonitia 
non facta. De 6d. de hominibus de Estwika pro forisfacto pasture. 
De td. de Hugone Purcello,* et de Stephano pro simiU. De bd. de 
Alvredo de Mora pro simiU. De Z2d. de Alvrico de Stanhulle pio 
forisfacto bosci. De 61?. de Alvredo de Mora pro meUea. De W. de 
WiUehno Nigro pro forisfacto bosci. De xid. de WiUelmo de Huma 
pro bosco male custodito. De f)d. de Ricardo fabro pio mellea. De 
85. Bd. de Alvrico de StanhuUe pro falso clamoie. De 35. de thedinga 
quia non venerunt ad halUmot. De 45. de Johanne Wikinge pro 
bosco male servato. De 2s. de Johaime pro eodem. De i2d. de 
Johanne Sexi pro sursisa. De 121?. de Alvredo de Mora quia noluit 
dimittere pro plegagio averia vicini sui. De izi. de WiUelmo Sexi, 
Rogero Alvrici, quia non fecerunt cariagium apud Wintoniam. De 
W. de Ricardo de Punde pro lege lelaxata. De 6rf. de eodem, qiiia 
non duxit hemasium Episcopi. De 2$. de thedinga quia non venemnt 
ad hundredum. De ftd. de Godwino Mum pro femina habenda. 
Summa: 31S. zi. 

Summa totius recepte: £30 os. isjii.' 

M. 6. Dorse 
Liberatio* 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano pei i taUiam, ^^ig, 

Expensa* 

In feiramentis 2 camcamm per annum, i per i teiminum, 5s. 6d. 
In 13 bobus emptis, 78S. 3^. In 68 ovibus, 24 multonibus emptis, 
69S. In nova bovaria paianda et cooperienda, 7S. 31^. In fossa circa 
boscum, jod. In anira [sic] 17 aciaium, y^d. In furagio empto, 

* 'dunidio' 13 interlmeated in M5. 

■ Ttacre is a lai^e flaw in tbe paichnieiit at this point, wbich does not 
interfere with the tczt. 

* The names of those manors whose accounts are eotered on thia membranv 
are written in capitaJs on the tongue of the membrane. They are; Clera; 
Widebaia; Esmereswrdei Ecbeneawella; Fereham. 

* See p. 61, n. i. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER lOI 

5$. 5d. In metendis 33 acris, 53. 6d. In mercede herciatoris, bd. In 
sera empta, 2d, In triturandis 88 quarteriis dimidio frumenti, 14 
quarteriis de curallo, 23 sextariis mancomi, 12 quarteriis dimidio 
<nrdei, 236 quarteriis avene, 43S. yd. In meicede lalcatoris loati, 2s. 
In falda wiscanda, 5d. Summa: £11 os. 15^. 
Summa liberationis et expense: ,^0 os. isid. Et quiet(us est). 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 24 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
&umenti. De 2 quarteriis i bussello de cheriset. Summa: 26 quarteria 
dimidium i bussellus. In semine 71 acrarum, 14 quarteria i bussellus. 
In pane Episcopi apud Cleram, 5 quarteria. In supravenditis, 7 
quarteria dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 quarteiiis curalli. In venditis, 
totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 71 quarteriis de mancomo. In semine 
52 acrarum, 13 quarteria dimidium. In venditis, 57 quarteria 
dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
ordei. In semine 5 acrarum, 2 quarteria dimidiimi i bussellas. In 
conredio herdatoris, 3 busselli. In supravenditis, 9 quarteria dimi- 
dium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 236 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
In semine 93 acrarum, 32 quarteria. In missis ad Wlveseiam, 160 
quarteria. In missis ad Cleram, 39 quarteria. In prebenda avri, 2 
quarteria. In supravenditis, 3 quarteria. £t quiet(us est). 

iHstauTum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 22 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. Dei3posteaemptis.Summa:35. Invendito, i. Inmortuo, 
I. Et lemanent 33. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 408 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 23 receptis de Clera ante tonsionem. De 30 post tonsio- 
nem. Summa: 461. In missis apud Wintoniam contra Fentecostem 
post tonsionem, 12. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 4; post tonsionem, 5. 
In consuetudine falcatoris prati de Burclere post tonsionem, i. In 
consuetudine falcatorum prati de Echeneswelta et Sidemantona post 
tonsionem, 3. Summa: 25. Et remanent 436. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 427 velleribus grossis. In decima, 42. 
In consuetudine bercaiii, i. In missis ad Cleram, 385, que fecerunt 3 
pondera. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 76 galUnis de cheriset. In missis 
apnd Cleram, totum. 



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102 THE PIPE ROLL OP THB BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 
ESUERESWORDE^ 

J.» serviens, Gil(bert) prepositus reddunt cotnpotiun de 335. iij<i. 
de 12 quarteriis dimidio fnimenti remanentibus anno preteiito. De 
gs. de 4 quarteriis curalli eiusdem frumenti. De 23S. yd. de 16 quar- 
teiiis mancorni vetehs. Sununa: 66s. 6^4. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 735. de gabulo assiso. 

In quietanciis prepositi, 4s.8d.;i haiwardi, i bercarii, 45. ; i caru- 
carii, 2s. Stunma: los. 8d. 

Summa remanens: 62s, 4J. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 19^. de pannagio. De 15S. gd. de 
herbagio. De 6\d. de potfald. De ^d. de i agno vendito. De 2id. de 
pellibus 4 ovium, i multonis, 20 agnorum. De i6s. loji/. de 2 ponderi- 
bus dimidio casei venditis. Summa: 36S. lo^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de iis. 8d. de 3 quarteiiis frumeoti 
venditis. De 28s. 4^. de 13 quarteriis de mancomo. De 7$. de 3 
quarteriis ordei. De 13^. de i quarterio avene. Summa: 47S. l^. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6d. de Osmund Seman pro forisfacto 
pasture. De Z2d. de Qsmundo Seulf pro simili. De 6d, de Clemente 
pro simili. De 6d. de Kdmundo pro simili. De 6d. de Azone pro simili. 
De 6d. de Thedrico pro simili. De izd, de thedinga quia non venerunt 
ad hallemotum. De 6d. de Osmondo pro lege relaxata. De 6d. de 
Waltero Swein pro simili. De 6d, de Clemente pro simili. De 6d. de 
Osmundo Seulf pro simili. De I2d. de Azone pro simili. De I2d, de 
Galhido de Faccimibe pro porcis inventis in pastura. De I2d, de 
Johanne Blunde pro forisfacto pasture. De 6d. de Willelmo Wis- 
charde pro mellea. De i6d. de Waltero Rod pro forisfacto bosci. De 
J2d. de Alwino pro forisfacto pasture. De izd, de Gilibert pro simili. 
De 2s. 6(i.)* de WiUehno Cute, WiUelmo Cusin, Phihppo PoUarde. 
De I2d. de Waltero Swein, Osmimdo Seulf, Edmundo, et Osmundo 
pro forisfacto pasture. Summa: 17S. lod. 

Summa totius recepte: £11 los. S^. 
Liberalio^ 

In hberatis J(ohanni) decano, £7 15S. 2^. 

Expensa* 

In feTTamento i caruce per annum, 3s. gd, In ferramento avri, 

• Contrary to tlie practice of allowing thc titlc of the iHAnor a line to itself, 
tiiis title is written in capitols aloag the eame liae as the last entiy of Uw 
preceding atock account. 

• See p. 99. n. 1. 

• Omitted tn MS. 
*Scep. 61. n. I. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 103 

2^. In mercede fabri, tbd. In 4 bobus emptis, 2is. M. In crattbus 
et viigis coUigendis, 22^.^ In fossa ciFca widiam, %d. In mercede 
facientium trencheiz apud Esmeresworde, 135. ^. In bercaria 
cooperienda, jd. In triturandis 23 quarteriis dimidio frumenti, 4 
quarteriis de curallo, 47 quarteriis dimidio mancomi, 60 quarteriis 
aveDfi, 13S. 7j(f. In mercede custodis prati de Stokes, et de Husse- 
bume, %d. In custo daerie, 2s. 5s.* In arrura 14 acrarum, 2S. ^. \a 
mercede i camcarii per annum, 3s. In falda wiscanda, ^. In pane, 
conpanagio, cervisiaadprecesautumpnales, 5s. Sif.Summa: 715.7^. 

Summa liberationis et expense: £11 6s. Tod. 
Et debet 3s. ^\d. Solvit post compotum. £t quietus est. 

Exilus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 11 quarteiiis de toto exitu {rumenti. 
De 2 quarteriis l bussello quarta parte busselli de cheriset. In 
semine 49 acrarum dimidie, 10 quarteria i bussellus quarta pars 
busselli. In venditis, 3. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 quarteriis curalli. In supravenditis, 
totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 31 quarteriis mancomi et dimidio 
dimidio' bussello. In semine 48 acrarum, 13 quarteria dtmidium. In 
conredio i camcarii, 5 quarteria i hopa. In supravenditis, 13 quar- 
teria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 quarteriis de toto exitu ordei. In 
supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 60 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
In semine 74 acrarum, 24 quarteria. In missis ad Wintoniam, 25 
quarteria. In missis ad Cleram, 8 quarteria. In prebenda avri, 2 
quarteria. In supravendito, l quarterium. 

Inslaurum 

Idem reddunt compotura de 11 bobus remanentibus. De 4 
postea emptis. Sununa: 15. In missis ad Cleram, 2. £t remanent 13. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 142 ovibus remanentibus. In 
mortuis ante partum, 3; post tonsionem, i. Et remanent 138. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 135 agnis proventis hoc anno, quia 
4 oves fuerunt steriles. In decima, 13. In consuetudine prepositi et 
bercaiii, 2. In vendito, i. In mortuis, 20. In missis apud Cleram, 99. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 80 multonibus. In mortua ante 
tonsionem, i. Et remanent 79. 

' Originally ajid. The 'V in 'XXVII' has hem erased. 
■ 5ii: in MS. for 2S. sd. 

»S»e in MS, According to the total amount ol n 
teadiag Bhould be: ' . . . de 31 quarteriis dimidio n: 



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104 I^B^ PIPK RO^L OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCBESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de 218 velleribus grosse kne. In 
decima, 21. In consuetudine bercarii, t. In missis ad Cleram, 196, 
que fecerunt i pondus dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 176 caseis qiii inceperunt fieri die 
Dominica post festum Sancti Leonis,^ et desienmt in festo Saocti 
Michaelis. In decima, 17. In consuetudine prepositi, bercaiii, 2. In 
precariis autumpnalibus, 2. In supravenditis, 155, qui fecerunt 2 
pondera dunidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 30 gallinis de cheriset. In missis ad 
Cleram, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 300 ovis. In venditis, 100. In missis 
apud Wlveseiam, 200. 

ECHEKESWELLA* 

J.^ serviens, Adam prepositus reddunt compotum de £& 8s. 6d. de 
gabulo assiso. De 9$. 6d. de 2 molendinis eiusdem ville. Summa: 
£8i8s. 

In quietanciis i piepositi, 35. 8d. i bercaru, 2s. 

In defectu gabuli (terre) * Willelmi de Bosco tracte in dominicum, 
2s.4d. 

In quietanciis' i haiwardi, 6 carucariorura per umum, i6s. 
Summa: 245. 

Summa remanens : £7 14S. 

Idem reddunt compotum de Ss. 3<f. de pannagio. De iSd. de 
herbagio. De i8d. de potfald. De 8s. de i bove vendito. De y. yd. 
de coriis 3 boum. De i6d. de 4 agnis venditis. De 23^. de pellibus 
4 ovium, 18 agnorum. De 37S. i^. de 5 ponderibus dimidio casei 
venditis. Stmuna: 635. z^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 31. de i quarterio frumenti reman- 
ente anno preterito. De 6s. 3^. de 3 quarteriis 3 bussellis veteris* 
mancomi venditis. De £8 igs. 2d. de 52 quarteriis frumenti venditis. 
De 23S. iid. de 10 quarteriis curalli venditis. De i2d. pro opere 
autumpnali unius hominis. Summa: ;£io 13S. yi.'' 

Purchasia 

Idem leddunt compotum de 6d. de Waltero Wlvrid, quia noluit 
conduceie hominem Episcopi. De 2S. de eodem pro poids inventis 

> JvUy 3. ' S«e p. J02, n. i. 

'Seep. 99. n- i- 

« Omitted in MS. 

' 'qnietancus' is wTitten over the eiaaure of a capitaJ S (for Summa) Md 
the flBurea XXIIII in MS. 

' 'veteris' is interlineated. 

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m pastusa. £>e 6d. de vidua Selekiiige pro foiisfacto pasture. De lid. 
de WiUelmo pra simili. De I2d. de Johanne Cuinini pro simili. De 6d. 
de Waltero Acere pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Thudulf pro simili. 
De 6d. de Edmtmdo de Cnihtebii^e, quia non potuit facere legem. 
De 2s. de Rogero Tumur pro fossato sine licentla facto. De W. de 
Gregorio pro falso clamore. De 6d. de Waltero WlvTid pro simili. 
De 25. de thedinga pro sursisa. De I2d. de Godefrido de Wanci pro 
terra habenda. De i2d. de Edmundo de Cnihtebrigge, et Galfrido 
fiUo eius pro sursisa. De 6d. de Jolianne Cumim pra simili. De 6d. de 
Ada Selekinge pro leirwite. De i2d. de GaJfrido Wibbe, quia detine- 
bat stipenditini famuli. De 6d. de Enuna pro leirwite. De 64. de Ada 
Selekinge pro forisfacto pasture. De 6d. de Azone pro simili. De 6d. 
de Alvredo carucario pra mellea filii sui. De 6d. de AUz uxore 
Johaimis de Essa pro falso clamore. De 6d. de Ricardo de Holme, 
quia cepit fenum domini Episcopi. De I2d. de Ada Selekinge pro 
terra habenda. De 2S. de Ada preposito pra Ma maiitanda. De i8d. 
de Nicholao et sodis eius pra blado male servato. Summa: 23S. 

Summa totius recepte: £22 13S. 6id. 
LiberaHo'- 

In hberatis J{ohanni) decano, £15 los. 

Expensa^ 

In feiramentis 3 carucanim per annum, 55. yd. In 6 bobus 
emptis, 37S. ^. In herdandis 60 acris in hyeme, 34(1/. 7),* in Quadra- 
gesima, 45. iid. In marlandis 5 acris dimidia, 6s. 4^. In boveiia nova 
paranda, 75. iid. In custo daerie, 2S. lod. In furagio, 4^. Tod. In 
metendis 34 acris fnimenti, js, 81?. In triturandis 83 quarteriis 
frumenti, 10 quarteriis curalli, 17S. 2d. In trittirandis 33 quarteriis 
dimidio avene, 2Qd. In falda wiscanda, 51^. In i aventura, 6d. In 
fossa circa bladum, 2Qd. In pane et cervisia ad 2 precarias autump- 
nales, iis. 84. In cervisia ad prata falcanda, 55. 4^. In meicede 6 
custodum bladi, 55. Summa: ii8s. lod. 

Summa liberationis et expense: £21 8s. lod. 
Et debet 24$. 8^. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est. 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de i quarterio veteris frumenti. In 
supravendito, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 82 quarteriis de exitu frumenti. De 
4 quarteriis de cheriset, Summa: 86, In semine 161 acrarum, 30 
quarteria dimidium. In missis ad Cleram, z quarteria. In pane ad 
[x^ta falcanda, i quarterium dimidium. In supravenditis, 52. 

* Oinitt«d in MS. 



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Io6 TBE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OP WINCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de lo quarteiiis de toto exitu curalli. 
In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 quarteriis veteris manoomi. In 
consuetudine haiwardi, bercarii, i quarterium i bussellus. In supra- 
venditis, 3 quarteria 3 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 33 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
avene. In semine 62 acrarum, 21 quarteria. In missis ad Cleram, 
12 quarteria dimidimn. 

InstMnm 

Idem reddimt compotum de 30 bobus remanentibus anno pre' 
terito. De 6 postea emptis. Summa: 36. In mortuis, 3. In vendito, i. 
Et remanent 32. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 229 ovibns remanentibus anno 
preterito. In mortuis post partum, 2; post tonsionem, 2. Et reman- 
ent 225. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 227 agnis proventis hoc aimo de 
instauro, quia 2 fuenint steriles. In dedma, 22. In consuetudine 
prepositi, bercarii, haiwaidi, 3. In venditis, 4. In mortuis, 25. In 
missis ad Cleram, 173. £t nichil remanet 

Idem reddont compotum de 2 arietis remanentibus. In missa 
ad Cleram, i. Et remanet i. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 228 velleribus grosse lane. In 
dedma, 22. In consuetudine beicarii, i. In missis ad Cleram, 205, 
que fecerunt i pondus dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 182 caseis, qui incepenmt fieri die 
Lune ante festum Sancti Leonis pape,* et desierunt in die Sancti 
MjpKiaditi Iq dedma, 18. In consuetudine prepositi, bercarii, 2, In 
consuetudine falcatoris prati, i. In 2 precariis autumpnalibus, 2. In 
supravenditis, 159, qui fecerunt 5 pondera dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 126 gallinis de cheriset. In missis ad 
Cleram, 114. In missis ad Fremantel ad opus Hugonis de Nevill, 12. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 800 ovis. In missis ad Wintoniam, 
600. In missis ad Cleram, 100. In missis ad Meredunam, 100. 

Idem reddimt compotum de i bacone, i came bovis receptis de 
Clera. In expensis precariarum autumpnalium, totum, Quiet(us est) 

Fereham 

Tpiomas]* serviens, Hervicus prepositus, W. grangiarius reddont 
compotum de £23 8s. 6^.* de toto gabulo assiso. 

" Junc 17- 
' 'T. serviens . . 
u tbe title in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHE5TER 107 

In quietandis i prepositi, 55. i grangiarii, i porcarii, 43.; i 
bercahi, 43.; i fabri, 35. 6d.; 6 canicariorum per annum, i8s.; to 
operatorum per annum, 20s. Summa: 54S. 6d.^ 

In defectu terre Falconis' tracte in dominicum, 35. In defectn 
terre Anketil tracte tn dominicum, 25. 6d. In defectu teire Ii^ulf 
tracte in dominicum, i.2d. In defectu terre Ricardi de Bello Monte 
que modo operatur, 2s. In defectu terre Hauvis tracte in dominicum, 
i2(d.)' Summa: gs. 6d. 

Sununa quietandarum et defectuum : 645. 
Summa remanens: £20 45. 6^. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 45^. 6^. de pannagio. De 25. de 
herbagio. De i6s. de 2 ponderibus casei venditis. De 50S. id. de 
scotalla. De i6s. jd. de 7 bobus vivis venditis. De 7$. 8d. de coriis 
6 boum mortuonim venditis. De <jd. de 2 hurtardis vivis venditis. 
De 4S. Sd. de 8 ovibus vivis venditis in festo Sancti Martini. De 
14J. de 3 agnis vivis venditis. De 3s. ojrf. de pellibus 16 ovium, 
3 multonum, 6 hoggettorum, 24 agnonun mortuorum venditis. 
De I2S. lid. de busca vendita. De gs. lod. de 7 petris 4 libris lane 
agnine venditis. De gs. de furagio vendito. Summa: £g os. 2d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £9 5s. ^d. de 46 quarteriis frumenti 
venditis. De {p Ss. 3s. de 42 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis ordei 
venditis. De 6s. de 2 quarteriis siliginis de cheriset venditis. De 
51S. &d. de 42 quarteriis avene vendltis. Summa: ;fi8 iis. ^. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 535. o\d. de 14 quarteriis dimidio 
3 bussellis fnimenti et gruelli venditis de exitu molendini. De 
£9 14^. Tid. de 67 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis mancomi venditis de 
eodem. De 29S. gjrf. de 4 quarteriis 3 bussellis gruti; i2 quarteriis 
dimidio brasei venditis de eodem. Summa: £13 175. gd. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6s. 8d. de Philippo de Flode pro 
privigna maritanda. De i2if. de Roberto King pro filia maritanda. 
De 6d. de Sig(ero) de Rechegate pro forisfacto. De 2s. de Willelmo 
de Pokesole pro filia maritanda. De 6s. 8d. de Johanne de Bosco pro 
simili. De 2 marcis de thedinga de Camin(ge) pro cibi(?) miseri- 
cordia. De I2d. de thedinga de CnoHe pro shnili. De 6d. de Ricardo 
Murie pro mellea. De i2d. de Galfrido Arche pro simih. De 6d. de 
Henrico Gerebert pro simiU. De 6d. de Willelmo Mei pro simili. 
De 6d. de Symone' de Cartesf(eld) pro simiU. De I2d. de Luca de 
Cartesfeld pro forisfacto. De 2S. de Thoma de Alnette pro simili. 
De 2s. de Ricardo Moysent pro simili. De 61^. de Rogero Albo pro 

' Tbe shflling sigii is entered in a. dificrent hand. 

' Sic (or Fnlconia. • Omitted in MS. 

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I08 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTBR 

motura. De 6d. de Waltero Frekewe pro simili. De 6d. de Rogero 
Toli pro simili. De 2S. de Turrico pistore pro falso pane. De 6d. de 
Godwino Nost pro uxore capienda. De [ ]^ Roberto Smalhac pro 
tabema. De 6d. de WiUelmo Serich pro simlli. De 6d. de Waltero 
piscatore pro simili. De 6d. de Stephano Oisel pro simili. De 6d. de 
Gunnild pro falso clamore. De 25. de Ricardo filio Nicholai pro 
misericordia. De 2S. de R^inaldo filio Absalom pro similL De 20S. 
de toto hmidredo pro relaxatione veredemii. De i2d. de Roberto 
Cristeman pro manutenemento. De 61^. de Ricardo Grim pro lege 
relaxata. De 6d. de Radulfo Scarp pro falso pane. De 6d. de Rogero 
de Bera pro multura. De 6d, de Willelmo Waps pro simili. De 6d. 
de Osbert cooperario pro similL De 6d. de Agnete filia Ingulfi pro se 
spaciaoda. De 6d. de Philippo de Flode pro falso clamore. De 6d. de 
Alwino de Burhunte pro simiU. De 6d. de Thoma de Soho pro 
tabema. De 6d. de Tuirico pistore pro falso pane. De 6d. de Sprakel(e) 
pro multura. De 6d. de Ricardo Franceis pro simili. De 6d. de relicta 
G. hguh pro simili. De 6d. de Galfrido Pur pro simili. De 6d. de 
Willehno Sutore pro simili. De 6d, de Willelmo Brumman(e) pro 
misericoFdia. De 2s. de Alvrico Pahner pro fine terre. De 6s. 8d. de 
Galfrido Twdai pro simili. De 25. de eodem pro uxore capienda. 
De 3s. de Johel' molendinario pro manutenemento. De i marca de 
Johanne Cauz pro misericordia. De 6s. 8d. de Henrico Gerebert pro 
fine terre. De 12«^. de relicta Stephani pro simih. De i2d. de rehcta 
Ricardi Murie pro simih. De los. de Waltero de Hanlega pro sunih. 
De 2s, de Ricardo Briton' pro nativa sua recuperanda. De 2S. de 
Ricardo Meteham pro misericordia. De 6d. de Bnining pro lege. 
De 12(1^.)* de testamento Stephani Oysel. De 6d, de Radulfo pincema 
pro misericordia. De 2s. de Galfrido cupario pro fine terre. De 6d. 
de Galfrido Haile pro misericordia. De 6d. de Ricardo de la Lane 
pro simih. De 45. receptis de soldagio. Summa: £j I2s. 8d. 
Sununa totius recepte : 1^69 6s. 4^1^. 

Liberaiio 

In hberatis J(ohanni) decano, £50 i6s. 6d. 
M.j. 
Expensa 

In ferramentis 3 carucarum, 2 avrorum per annum, 8s. $^. In 
rotis ad idem, 6d, In mercede 2 herciatorum, izd. In blado saclando,* 
14^. In custo (daerie ?),* 22jiJ. In triturandis et ventilandis 40 quar- 
teriis frumenti, 8s. 4d. In triturandis et ventilandis 71 quarteriis 
avene, 3S. S\d. In sermiis emptis, 6d. In precariis hyemahbus et 



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quadragesimalibus de 58 caruds pro cervisia et conpanagio, 145. o^d. 
In I biga de novo facta ad fimum extrahendum, 6d. In 7 acris 
fimandis, 4s. 84. In herbagio empto ad opus boum, 2s. In aula, 
talamo, coquina emendandis et cooperiendis, 35. lod. In domibus de 
Postesmue^ cooperiendis, 2s. In feiro empto, et mercede fabri ad 
bigas ligandas, 6s. zd. In plumbo empto, et iactando, 2s. Sd. In 
feiramentis molendim per annum, 6s. 8d. In molis de novo parandis, 
et rotis de novo parandis ad molendinum maris, 9$. 2d. In 3 molis 
emptis ad molendinum, 67S. g^, In i mola, et i dolio vini cariandis 
de Hant(ona) usque Ferham, I2d. In batello locando ad portandam 
molam de Insula ad stagnum molendini maris, 4S. o^. In saccis ad 
lanam, I2d. In lana carianda apud Suwerke, xs. ^d. In expensis 
R(c^eri) Wacelini per 2 vices, lod. In expensis M(auricii) de Turvilla 
per 2 vices, 2 tallias, 43. 5{d. In expensis £(ustachii) de Greinvilla, 
dum perendinavit apud Ferham ad tran(s)fretandum* ad Insulam, 
15S. 5d. In expensis P. de Parentio per 8 dies, dum perendinavit ad 
transfretandum, gs. 6d. In liberatis eidem ad navem locandam, 20s. 
In dignerio R. de Ponz, G(alfridi) de Novilla, 2s. ^d. In expensis 
hominis E(ustachii) de Greinvilla, dum perendinavit per 9 dies ad 
transfretandum, 13^1^, In feno empto ad opus Episcopi per pre- 
ceptum ipsius, igs. 6d. In via molendini de Hoc'* emendanda, izd. In 
2 bobus emptis, 13S. 4d. In i bove empto, 8s. o^d. In z bobus emptis, 
9S. 6d. In 2 bobus emptis, i2s, In 2 bobus emptis, los. 5d. In i bobus 
emptis, I2S. ^d. In i bove empto, 6s. yd. Summa: 12 boves empti, 
72S. 2{d. In ferro empto ad opus R. de Pon^. $d. In liberatione 
Willelmi de Damartino per 6 septimanas i diem, 7S. 2d. In Ubera- 
tione T[home] servientis, 53S. 8d. In planchiis secandis ad molen- 
dinum maris, i^. In pisce empto ad opus domini Regis, Sd. In 
expensis T[home] (servientis ?)* apud Soreham, 3S. 6d. Summa: 
£17 17S. 7d. 

Summa liberationis et expense : £68 14S. id. 
Et debet I2s. ^^d. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est. 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem leddunt compotum de 14 quarteriis dimidio 3 bussellis de 
exitu molendini frumenti et gruelli.' In supravenditis, totum. 

Id^n reddunt compotum de 4 quarteriis 3 bussellis de gruto; 
12 quarteriis dimidio de braseo. In supravenditis, totum. 

' Sic ia MS. for 'Portesmue' or 'Fortesmua'. 
' The 'b' U omitted in MS. 

■ Fosiibly & refercnce to the village of Hook to the west of Fuehatn. 
* Omitted in MS. 

* ' . . . de 14 quaTteriis dimidio 3 bussellia tmmeati et graelli de exitii 
molendini' would bave been better. 



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Idem reddunt compotum de 92 quarteriis 2 btissellis de toto 
exitu mancomi. In precariis autumpnalibus, 14 quarteria. In braseo 
ad scotallajn, 10 quarteria. In pane facto ad pascendos canes P. de 
Parentio, dimidium quarterium. In supravenditis, 67 quarteria 
dimidium 2 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 157 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
fiumenti. In semine 250 acrarum, 60 quarteria dimidium. In pre- 
cariis carucariorum, 4 quarteria. In precariis autumpnalibus, 2 
quarteria. In liberatis clericis incarceratis apud Forcestriam per 
breve Episcopi a festo Sancti Michaelis usque ad Puiificationem 
Beate Marie, 5 quarteria. In liberatis Eustachio de Greinvilla quando 
transfretavit, 5 quarteria. In liberatis Thome de Wihtona jn manerio 
proxima die Veneris post festum Sancti Michaelis,* 11 quarteria per 
I tailiam. In missis apud Waltham, liberatis preposito, 15 quarteria 
per I talliam. In liberatis Willelmo pistori ibidem, g quarteria per 
I talliam. In supravenditis, 46. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 quarterlis de cheriset de Caxtesfeld. 
In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de iio quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis 
de toto exitu ordei. In semine 48 acrarum dimidie, 21 quarteria 
dimidiim). In pords pascendis, 3 quarteria, In custode agnorum, 
dimidium quarterium. In liberatione 6 carucariorum, i porcarii per 
arniurn, 2 herdatorum per 24 septimanas, 43 quarteria. In supra- 
venditis, 43 quarteria dimidium 2 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13 quarteiiis dimidio de exitu 
pisaium et vesde. In semine 13 acrarum, 5 quarteria. In conredio 
predictorum famulorum, 8 quarteria dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 260 quarteriis dimidio 3 bussellis de 
toto exitu avene. In semine 223 acrarum, 108 quarteria. In prebenda 
I avri a festo Sancti Martini usque ad diem Tiburdi et Val(eriani),* 
5 quarteria. In prebenda boum a Natale usque Pentecostem, 20 
quarteria. In Uberatis G(aIfrido) marescallo die Veneris proxima 
post festum Sancti MichaeUs,* 11 quarteria 3 busselli. In prebenda 
domini Episcopi Dominica prima Quadragesime,* 3 quarteria. In 
liberatis Karolo de Ceresia per breve domini Episcopi, 20 quarteria. 
In prebenda equorum domini Regis perendinantium ibidem per 7 
septimanas, 8 quarteria. In prebenda Willelmi de Wrotham die 
Veneris secunde ebdomade Quadragesime,' i quarterium dimidinm. 
In prebenda Danielis, Reginaldi salsarii quando venerunt propter 
vinum emendum apud Postesmuam,* 3 busselli. In prebenda magistri 
Ailwardi quando venit in nundo domini Episcopi apud Portesmuam, 

'October i, iiio. ' April 14. 

■ October i, tato. * Febraary 10. 

' Febrnary 25. ' Sic in MS. (or 



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TBB PIP£ ROLL OP THE BISHOPRIC OP WINCHESTEK III 

2 busselli. In prebenda Petii Juvenis quando transfietavit, l quar- 
terium dimidium. In prebenda magistri Roberti Londonie per i 
noctetn,^ 3 busselU. In prebenda caretariorum domini Episcopi 
quando venerunt propter vinum, et propter allec [sic], ii busseUi. 
In prebenda E{ustachii} de Greinvilla, R{ogeri) Wacelini per 2 noctes, 
I quarterium dimidium. In prebenda Mauricii de Turvilla per 2 
vices, 10 busselli. In prebenda puerorum domini Episcopi quando 
venerunt apud Portesmuam propter andpitres domini Regis per i 
noctem, 7 busselli. In braseo ad scotallam, 6 quarteria. In prebenda 
P. de Parentio per 9 noctes, 5 quarteria dimidium. In supravenditis, 
42 quarteria. In missis apud Waltham, liberatis Roberto marescallo, 
10 quarteria per i talliam. In perdonis per Episcopum,* T. [sic], 13 
quarteria. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de i avro remanente anno preterito. 
De I puUo recepto de domino Episcopo. Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 12 postea emptis. De 3 de testamentis Roberti Nol^, 
Ricardi Murie, Segar de Puteo. Summa: 55. In vivis venditis, 7. 
In mortuis, 6. Summa: 13. Et remanent 42. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i vacca, i juvenicula lemanentibus 
anno preterito. Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 186 ovibus remaoentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 25 adiunctis de instauro. De 8 proventis de quodam 
fugitivo. Summa: 219. In mortuis ante partum et tousionem, 3; 
post partum et tonsionem, 13. In vivis venditis ante partum, 8. In 
consuetudine bercarii, i. Summa: 25. £t remanent 194. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 119 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 23 adiunctis de instauro. De 4 adiunctis proventis [sic] 
de quodam fugitivo. Summa: 146. In mortuis ante tonsionem, i; 
post tonsionem, i. In vivis venditis, 2. In precariis autumpnalibus, l. 
Summa: 5. Et remanent 141. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 55 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 7. In adiunctis ovibus, 
25. In adiunctis multonibus, 23. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 172 agnis pioventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 5 fuerunt steriles, et 5 fecerunt aborsum. In decima, 
17. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In vivis venditis, 3. In mortuis, 24. 
Summa: 45. Et remanent 127. 

Idem reddtmt compotum de 352 velleribus lane grosse. In 

' ' . . . LoDdon(ie per i) noctem', the letters in brackets aie written over 
an erasure in M5. 

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112 THE FIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTBR 

decima, 33. In consuetudine bercarii, l. In missis apud Suwerke, 316, 
que fecenmt 2 pondera tertiam partem ponderis 4 litnas. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 182 caseis qui incepenmt fieri die 
Veneris proxima ante diem Pascham,^ et desienmt in die Sancti 
Michaelis. In dedma, 18. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In dignerio R. 
de Ponz, i. In expensis E(ustachii) de Greinvilla, i. In expensis 
M(auridi) de Turviila, 1. In expensis P. de Paientio, 5. In precariis 
autumpnalibus, 45. In supravenditis, iio. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 39 pords remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 65 proventis hoc anno de suibus. Summa: 104. In decima, 
6. In mori:uis, 3. In consuetudine porcarii, i.Inliberatisadlardarium 
apud Waltham, 20. Summa: 30. £t remanent 74, unde 8 sont sues, 

1 verres, 22 marti superannati, 19 suelle, 24 hoggetti. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 doliis vini remanentibus anno 
preterito. De i recepto de Hantona. In liberatis pinceme Episcopi, 
totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 baconibus receptis de Waltham. 
In expensis P. de Parentio, i. In precariis autumpnalibus, 5. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 aucis, 12 pullis remanentibus anno 
pieterito. De 2 caponibus receptis de misericordia. In dignerio 
R(ogeri) de Ponte, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 30,000 allec [sic] receptis per manum 
Germani de Ranvilla. In liberatis coquine domini Episcopi, Stephano 
derico, 29,130 allecia. In precariis carucariorura in manerio, 870 
alleda. 

Waltham» 

W(alterus)' Parfit, Adam prepositus reddunt compotum de 
£46 iis. 4{i. de gabulo assiso. De 6s. de incremento gabuli de 
Gervasio venatore. Summa: £46 175. 4^1^. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, i bedelli per annum, los. ; i haiward, 

2 bercariorum, i fabri, i porcarii per annum, 95. 6ij. ; 7 carucariorum, 
14S. ; 10 operariorum, 20s. ; i operarii cum biga, 3S. ; 2 operariorum, 
2s.; 2 grangiariorum, 4s. Summa; 62S. 6d. 

In defectu terraium tractarum in dominicum, 22s. 8d. In defectu 
terre Osbert de Langelega, 8d. In defectu terre Ricardi Baconis, 6d. 
In defectu terre Henrici filii Ace, 6d. In defectu terre Ricardi de 
Swanemere, ^d. Summa: 24S. yd. 

Sununa quietanciarum et defectuum: £4 js. id. 
Summa remanens: £42 los. 3^, 
Idem reddunt compotum de £6 5s. 3^. de pannagio. De 15S. de 
herbagio. De 3S. de drpis venditis. De 33S. 2d. de 10 bobus vivis 
■ Apiil I. ' See p. 102, n. i. 



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venditis. De &s. de copeFOna de bosco vendita. De 6s. ^d. pro 11 
multonibos vivK venditis. De los. ^d. de 3 vaccis vivis venditis. De 
i6s. 64. de coriis 10 boum, 5 vaccarmn, 6 annalimn, z asini mortu- 
orum venditis. De I2d. de 4 agnis vivis venditis. De ys. 8d. de 
pellibus 62 ovium, 17 multonum, 16 hoggettorum venditis. De 
12S. loid. de pellibus 248 agnorum. De 26$. de uncto 1S9 porcorum, 
et preterea porcarii habuerunt consuetudine (unchun) ^ 5 porcorum. 
De 15S. 2d. de 2 ponderibus i mainardo casei venditis. Summa: 
£14 os. 6d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £22 de iio quarteriis frumenti 
venditis. De 3S. de i quarterio dlmidio ordei venditis. De 2s. 2d. de 
2 quarteriis avene venditis, Summa: £22 55, 2d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i2s. de molendioo de Kaldecote. 
De los. de molendino de Mattukesford. De 8s. de molendino Edward 
Fro^e. De 20s. de molendino fuleratico. Simima : 50S. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 38S. i\d, de 21 quarteriis 4 bussellis 
mancomi venditis de molendino quod est in manu domini Episcopi. 
De 125. o^. de 3 quarteriis 4 bussellis frumenti venditis. De los. 6d. 
de 5 quarteriis i quartnm de braseo venditts. De 2od. de dimidio 
quarterio de gruello vendito. Summa: 62s. ^d. 

Purckasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2s. de Wigain pro fine terTe. De 12^, 
de Radulfo Bor pro simili. De 6d. de Waltero de Haiinegate pro terra 
dimittenda. De 6d. de WiUelmo Soppe pro simili. De 6d. de vidua 
Wrenc pro defectu autumpnale. De 6d. de Willelmo Walense pro 
mellea. De I2d. de Roberto Brace pro lege relaxata. De 6d. de Adam 
de Ho pro scotalla facta. De 2s. de Willelmo Mall(ori) pro filia 
maritanda. De 2s. de Adam Godrici pro simili. De 2S. de \^^elmo 
de Hatt(ingelega) pro femina habenda. De 6s. de Henrico Cone pro 
fine teiTe. De 22d. de hominibus de Corbam(tona) pro forisfacto 
bosd. De 6d. de Radulfo de Parco pro lege relaxata. De 6d. de Adam 
Cone pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Cone pro simili. De 6d. de Waltero 
de Putte pro simili. De 6d. de Adam Ram pro simili. De 6d. de 
Michaele de Punde pro simili. De 6d. de Reineio Hudi pro simili. 
De 6d. de Ricaido de Strete pro sjmili. De 6d. de Alwino Hudi pro 
simili. De 6d. de Adam Bole pro simili, De 6d, de Johanne de Aqua 
pro simiU. De 6d. de Willehno de Delle pro simili. De 6d. de Edward 
de Durle pro simili. De 64. de Edwino Coc pro simili. De 6d. de 
Willelmo Fland(rense) pro simili. De 64. de Alexandro de Upham 
pro simili. De 6^. de Turbert Frc^e pro simili. De 6d. de Godwino 
de Paichurst* pro simili. De 6d. de Johanne paimentario pro simili. 

> Omitted in MS. 

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£>e 6d. de Hervico pro simili. De 6d. de Roberto Poche pro simili. De 
13S. ^. de Ailward de Samelhurst. De 6d. de Rogero Malham pro 
falso clamore, De i2d. de Ada Wlwini pro terra male arata [sic]. 
De 6d. de Godwino Kaker pro bosco. De 6d. de Roberto Tapin(are) 
pro simili. De 6d. de Willelmo novo homine pro pastura. De 2s. de 
Petro Luviici pro lege relaxata. De i2d. de Adam Wihtgue pro 
pastura. De 6d. de Waltero Bor pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Poche 
pro simili. De I2rf, de Osmond Godraai pro simili. De 2s, de Emico 
de Frithe pro mala aratura [sic]. De 35. de Rogero Walebi pro lege, 
De izd, de Rogero Bor pro pastura. De i2if. de Osmundo Soggel pro 
simili, De 2s. de Alvrico fabro pro malefacto, De i2d. de Galfrido 
molendiiiario quia non habuit plegagium. De 6d. de Ricardo Coco 
pro mellea. De 2s, de vidua Moysis de Parchurst pro fine terre. De 
3S. de vidua Ricardi filii RaduM pro simili. De i2d. de vidua Holde 
pro simiU. De 6d. de Ada Wlwini pro mala cervisia. De izd. de Ada 
Cone pro defectu. De 6s. 8d. de thedinga Henrici de Upham. De js, 
de thedinga Ricardi Siwardi. De 45. de thedinga Osbert parmentarii, 
De 6s. 8d. de thedinga Ade de Ho. De 6d. de Roberto Brace pro fine 
terre. De 2s. de Andrea pro terra dimittenda. De i8d. de Guimild pro 
hcentia recedere a terra Episcopi. De 4s. de thedinga Ricardi Siwiod. 
De I2d. de Willelmo Bau pro falso damore. De 2s. de thedinga de 
Burxedona. De iSd. de Symone de Benstede pro defectu. De los, de 
Osmund Godmay pro fine terre. De 6d. de Willelmo Poche pro 
mellea. De i2ii, de Thoma de Haotona pro simili, De isd.^ de Ada 
Bole pro lege relaxata. De 6d. de Ada Thuremund pro mellea. De 
I2d. de vidua Jobannis Udelini pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo bercario 
pro pastura. De 6d. de Willelmo Clumbe pro bosco. De 6d. de 
Waltero Swein pro mala cervisia. De 6d. de Willelmo Duc pro vadio 
veteri. De i2d. de Willelmo de Forda pro fine terre. De 6s, Sd. de 
vidua Johannis Udelini pro simili. De 2S, de vidua Gilebert Gilibert* 
Godekinge pro simili. De 35, de Henrico fabro pro filia maritanda. 
De 3S. de Willelmo et Rogero Duc pro fine terre, De 6d. de Alvredo 
Hwitbert pro lege. De 55. de Ricardo Child pro parva cervisia, De 
6s. Sd. de Willebno Spiiing pro malefacto. De 6d. de vidua Vise 
pro terra dimittenda. De 2s. de Waltero filio Osbert pro terra 
habenda. De 6rf, de Petro pro lege relaxata. De 6d. de Symone de 
Wrse pro bosco. De 6d. de Gilibert Sipwhette pro simili. De larf. de 
Rogero Dore pro simili. De 6d. de Roberto Colswein pro simiU. De 
6d. de Edward brocario pro simih. De 6d. de Osbert parmentario pro 
simiU. De 6d. de Alvredo Hwitbert pro simiU. De 6d. de Bemaido pro 
simiU, De 6d. de Reginaldo de Marisco pro simih, De izd. de Adam 
Stake pro simih. De i2d. de Alexandro de Upham pro simiU, De I2d. 
de GiUbert et Ricardo Moysis pro similL De 6d. de Alvrico brocario 
» Altered in MS. from 'VI' to 'XII'. «Sic in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOPKIC OF WINCHESTEK II5 

pro simili. De 6d, de Roberto brocario pro simili. De I2d. de Eveiard 
de Ho pro simili. De 6d. de Adam Cone pro simili. De 6d. de Hemico 
Cone pro simili. De i2d. de Radulfo Godrici pro simili. De 6d. de 
Willelino Comm' pro simili. De 6d. de Rogero Cnipere pro similL 
De 6d. de Roberto de Putforda pro simili. De 6d. de Ricanlo Cupere 
pro pastura. De izd. de Michaele de Stubintona pro simili, De 6d, 
de Rogero Duc et Edrico Dunie pro simili. De 6d. de Radulfo de 
Parco pro simili. De 6d. de Edmundo de molendino pro simili. De 6d. 
de WiUelmo de Caldecote pro simili. De 6d. de Simone de Benstede 
pro plegagio. De I2d. de Willelmo Prinne pro pastura. De I2d. de 
Osmund Godmay pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Brunii^ pro simili. 
De 6d. de Waltero Bor pro simili. De i2d. de vidua WiUelmi Ruffi 
pro fine terre. De i2i. de Ricardo cantario pro manntenemento. De 
los. de thedinga Willelmi Seman. De los. de thedinga Roberti de 
Sidefeld. Summa; £9 14S. 41J. 

Summa totius recepte: £94 2s. 7^, 

Liberaiio^ 

In liberatis J((dianni) decano per i talliam £52 4$. 

Expensa^ 

In ferramentis 7 carucarum, 4 avrorum per annum, 36S. i^. In 
4 carucis de novo parandis, et 5 paribus rotaium, et 2 erdis* parandis, 
l8d. In 2 paribus rotarum ad bigas emptis, 2s. yid. In 3 sacds 
emptis, iSd. In 6 corbellis emptis, lyd. In 3 ciiblis, 31^. In 2 serruris, 
3d. In clutis (ad)' bigas, yd. In feno empto, 17S. In lardario parando, 
4S. 9rf, In cervisia empta ad sucinium, 45. In 2 hominibus qui 
versaverunt camem, zd, In cuminea thalami reparanda, 6d. In 
precariis yemalibus et quadragesimalibus de 157 camds de Waltham, 
14S. id. In piecaiiis eisdem de 74 caiucis apud Drok(enefoidam), 
7s. 2d. In amua 7 carucariorum de 27 Sabbatis, 23S. 7^, In amira 
7 caiucariorum ad warectam de 15 Sabbatis, 8s. <jd. In stipendiis 
7 bovariorum, 3 caretariorum, i gardinarii, i vaccarii per annum, 
365. ; I daie, 2S. In custo daerie, 23d. In 3 plumbis reparandis, i^d. In 
canabo ad lanam inponendam, 2s. 2d. In meremio molendini stem- 
endo et scapelando, iis. In grangia emendanda, 8d. In 2 capistris 
ad avros, id. In i corda ad ligandum puUum Episcopi in gajdino, 
2id. In gunis, vertevellis, stapellis parandis, 2d. In aula, thalamo, et 
ceteris domibus emendandis et cooperiendis, 6s. Sd. In vaccaria de 
novo paianda, 4S. 2d. In cervisia ad piecarias autumpnales, 65. In 
allec [sic] ad idem, 3s. loi^. In 9 bobus emptis, 40S. 6d. In 3 equis 
emptis per preceptum Episcopi, 31S. In 2 molis emptis, et caiiandis, 

» Omitted in MS. 

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Il6 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

46S. loij. In ferro ad idem, 121^. In expensis Emeri et socii eius per 2 
dies, 8s. yd., per breve. In expensis Walteri piscatoris per 3 dies, ^Ji. 
In expensis custodis destrariorum domini Regis, et in ferrura 
equarum, per zz dies, fo. 6i. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini, 2od. per 

2 tallias. In expensis Rogeri de Ponte, Galfridi de Nevill, 30S. 6^^., 
per I talliam. In expensis P. de Parin', 91/. per i talliam. In (ex- 
pensis}^ Gavrini de Glapino, lys. j^i. per i talliam. In expensis 
Reineri de Vautort, Nicholai Faconis, et sociorum eius, 9«. lod. per 

3 tallias. In expensis senescalli, zs. 2^. per i taUiam. In expensis 
R(icardi) Pincun et bominis sui per ic) dies, 45. ^. In expensis 
Johannis vater(arii)* domini Regis, 4 hominum suoium, 24 brachet 
(torum),* I terreer,* 6 leporarionun per 27 dies, 38S. 41^. In expensis 
duoium hominum Episcopi cum lepoiariis per 10 dies, 2od. per bieve 
Episcopi. In libeiatione Walteri Paifit, 6os, lod. In libeiatione Ada,' 
Walteri, valtrariorum, 6os. lod. In liberatione W(illelmi) Wdecoc, 
43«. 7irf. In solido parcarii, 35. W. per annum, In feno empto, 
53$. i\d, In 2 tinis, et 2 mensuris ad bladum mensiu^dum, gd. In 
3 iiscinis, 2d. In expensis Reineri de Vautort, et 2 hominum suorum 
per 5 dies, 2ad. Summa: £33 8s. io\d. 

Summa liberationis et expense: £85 12$. lojif. 
Et debet £8 gs, grf., et preterea duas marcas que sunt de Drokene- 
forda, quas domimis Episcopus posuit in respectu anno preterito. 
Solvit post compotum (£8 ?) gs. 91/,' 

Et 20S. sunt super hordamm, Sed hordorum [stc] iam quietus est 
per breve domini Episcopi de illis dictis duabus mards et 20S.' 

M. 7. DoTse. 
Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 302 quarteriis 5 bussellis de toto 
exitu frumenti. De dimidio quarterio 4 bussellis de cheriset. De 65 
quarteriis dimidio receptis de Menes pei 2 tallias. De 15 quarteriis 
receptis de Fereham per i taUiam. De 16 quaiteiiis leceptis de 
Twiford per i talliam. De 52 quarteriis dimidio leceptis de Stokes 
per I talliam. De 2 quaiteriis dimidio 5 busselhs receptis de Mereduna 

> Omitted in MS. 

' Probably a, mui-spelluig in MS. of 'valtrarii'. Sce Gloasaiy. 

* Altematively 'brachet(arum)'. 

* Sic in MS. Probably an AngUcized torai of '{canis) teirarii'. See Glossary. 
' Sic in MS. for 'Ade'. 

' At the foot of the membraiie both edges of the text are stained, and at 
this point the amount is partly erased, as too are the letters 'A' and 'L' o( 
WalUiam written beDeatb in capitals. 

' 'Marcis et 30S.' is wiitten between brackets in the right hand margin 
of the membrane, -whicli is partly tom away. From 'Solvit . . . 20*.' the writing 
is scribbled. but done by the same hand. The names of the manors written on 
the tongue of the membrane are; Fereham, Waltham, Mienea. 



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THE PIFE ROLL OF THE BISHOFRIC OF WINCHESTER II7 

per I talliam. Sumiiia: 455 quaiteiia dimidiuin.^ In semine 492 
aciarum, 93 quarteria dimidium 6 busseUi. In paoe Episcopi, 
liberatis Thome et Willelmo pistoribus, 231 quarteria per 6 tallias. 
In supravenditis, iio. Et remanent z busselli, precium lai. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 66 quarteiiis de toto exitu curalli. 
In precariis autumpnalibus, 6 quarteiia. In conredio 7 bovariorum, 
3 caretariomm, i gardinaiii, i vaccarii, 25 quarteria. In liberatis 
Wdecoc ad pastum canum Episcopi, 27 quarteria. In suibus et 
purcellis sustinendis, 8 quarteiia. Summa : 66 quarteria. £t quietus 
est. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 15 quarteriis ordei remanentibus 
anno preterito. De 131 de toto exitu huius anni. Suinina: 146. In 
semine 113 acranim, 23 quarteria dimidium. In conredio predictoium 
famuloTum, 53 quarteria. In conredio daie per aimum, 6 quarteria 
dimidium. In precariis autumpnalibus, 4 quarteria dimi^um. In 
consuetudine bercarii, porcarii, wiscatoris falde, 4 quarteria di- 
midium. In liberatis Wdecoc ad pastum canum Episcopi, 41 quar- 
teria. dimidium. In liberatis Ricardo Pincun et Wdecoc ad pastum 
canum Regts, lO quarteria. In liberato Gervasio venatori ad pastum 
canum Episcopi, i quarterium. In supravenditis, i quarterium 
dimidium. Summa: 146. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem leddunt compotum de 25 quarteriis dimidio 4 bussellis de 
manconio. De 3 quarteiiis 4 bussellis frumenti. De 3 quarteriis 
I quartrun de braseo. De dimidio quarterio gruelli de toto exitu 
molendini. Summa: 34 quarteria dimidium i quartrun. In hberatis 
Wdecoc ad pastum canum Episcopi, 4 quarteria dimidium. In sup- 
ravenditis, 30 quarteria i quartrun. £t quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 quarteriis i bussello avene reman- 
entibus aimo preterito. De 546 quarteriis 2 bussellis de toto exitu 
avene. De 38 quarteriis receptis de Menes. De 5 quarteiiis receptis 
de Twiford. De 12 receptis de Stokes. Simima: 606 quarteria 3 
busselli. In semine 465 acrarum, 225 quarteria. In prebenda Episcopi 
liberata. Roberto, Galfrido marescallis, 172 quarteria dimidium 2 
busselli. In prebenda sen(escalli) per 3 noctes, G(aifridi) de Aclanda 
per I noctem, i quarterium dimidium 3 busselli. In prebenda domini 
Regis liberata R(ogero) Wacelino, 7 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda 
R(icardi) Pincun, 4 quarteria d^dium. In prebenda Emeri de 
Fasd per 2 noctes, 2 quarteria. In prebenda Gavrini de Glapino 
liberata fratri Willelmo, 4 quarteria. i bussellus. In prebenda 
R(ogeri) de Ponte, G(alfridi) de Nuvilla, P. de Parin*, 15 quarteiia. 
In prebenda R(eineri) de Vautort, 3 quarteria. In prebenda domini 
Regis, liberata Willelmo Petevino circa Pentecostem, 2 quarteria 

' Accordii^ to the scribe's fignres the correct total should be 433^ qtrs. 



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IlS THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

dimidium. In prebenda R(oberti) Hotot, 3 quarteria. In prebenda 
G(aliridi) de Chauz, dimidiuni quarterium 3 busselU. In prebenda 
Symonis caretarii, dimidium quarterium i bussellus. In prebenda l 
venatoris R^is, 3 quarteria. In pastu canum Episcopi liberata 
G(ervasio) venatori, 90 quarteria. In prebenda boum a vigilia Natalis 
usque ad octavas Sancte Cnicis, 47 quarteria. In prebenda 4 avrorum, 
21 quarteria. In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini ad Natalem, dimidium 
quarterium i bussellus. In supravenditis, 2 quarteria. Summa: 606 
quaiteria 3 busselii. Et quiet(us est). 



Idem reddunt compotum de 104 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 3 adiunctis de instauro. De 9 postea emptis. De 6 de 
test(amentis) Ricardi filii Radulfi, Moysis Haldeir, Gilibert de Astona, 
Adam Godmai, Hugonis Godmai, Willelmi Ruffi. Summa: 122. In 
vivis venditis, 10. In mortuis, 10. Summa: 20. £t remanent 102, de 
quibus RaduUus habet in custodia sua 3. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 4 avris remanentibus anno pieterito. 
Et lemanent. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 4 asinis, i pullo lemanentibus anno 
preterito. In mortuo, i. Et remanent 3 asini, i pullus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 53 vacds, i tauio lemanentibus 
anno pieterito. De 2 adiunctis de instauio. De i tauro peifecte 
etatis. Summa: 57. In vivis venditis, 3, In mortuis, 2, In ocdsis ad 
lardarium, 2. Snmma: 7. Et remanent 48 (vacce),^ 2 tauri. 

Idem leddunt compotum de i tauro et 5 annalibus peifecte 
etatis lemanentibus anno preterito. In adiunctis bobus, 3. In 
adiunctis (vaccis?),^ 2 (annales),* et i taurus. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 annalibus lemanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. In mortuis, 6. £t remanent 4, unde i est masculus, 
3 femelle. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 22 vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
prescriptis vaccis, quia cetere fuenmt steiiles. In decima, 2. Et 
remanent 20. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 443 ovibus lemanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 54 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 497. In mortuis ante 
paitum, 50; post partum et ante tonsionem, 7; post tonsionem, 5. 
Summa: 62. Et lemanent 435. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 250 multonibus lemanentibus anno 
preterito. De 47 adiunctis de instauro. Summa : 297. In vivis venditis, 
II. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 13. In liberata cocis ad opus Epis- 
copi, I. In mortuis post tonsionem, s. In precariis autumpn^bus, 2. 
Summa: 29. £t remanent 268 multones. 

> Omitted in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER II9 

Idem reddunt compotum de 117 hoggettis remaneDtibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, (16).* In adiunctis 
ovibus, 54. In adiunctis multonibus, 47. Et nicliil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 362 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
prescriptis ovibus, quia 26 fuerunt steriles, et 5 fecerunt aborsum. 
In consuetudine bedelli, bercarii, 2; fabri, 2. In dedma, 35. In 
mortuis ante sepaiationem, 235; post separationem et ante ton- 
sionem, 12; post tonsionem, i. In supravenditis, 4. Summa: 291. £t 
remanent 71. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 183 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri 
proxima die Jovis ante festum Sancti Marci Ewangeliste,* et 
desienmt die Sancti Michaelis, et fecenmt binos caseos per 21 dies. 
In decima, 18. In consuetudine fabri, 2. In consuetudine bercarii et 
falcatorum prati, 2. In precariis autumpnahbus, 22. In expensis 
Episcopi, Uberatis Stephano clerico, 27. In expensis Reineri de Ponte 
et socii eius, 13. In expensis Garrini de Glappino, 3. In expensis 
J(ohannis) vater(aTii)* domini Regis, 4. In hb^tione E(ustachii) de 
Greinvilla, 5. In supravenditis, 87, qui fecerunt 2 pondera i 
mainardum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 712 velleribus grossis. In decima, 71. 
In missis ad Suwerke, 641, que fecerunt 5 pondera 4 clavos, cum 72 
velleribus agninis. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 109 porcis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 56 proventis hoc anno de suibus. De 37 receptis de Insula. 
De 74 receptis de Nortwaltham. Summa: 276. In decima, 3. In 
consuetudine porcarii, i. In lardario de Waltham, 103. In hberatis 
Nicholao de coquina, 15. In mortuis, 26. £t sues que venerunt de 
Flandria comedenmt 18.* Summa: 166. Et remanent iio porci, 
unde 8 sunt sues, 4 verres, 60 superannati, sciUcet 21 mascuh, 39 
femelle ; et 38 hoggetti. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 pullis remanentibus anno preterito. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 148 sextariis 3 ambris salis reman- 
entibus anno preterito. De 152 sextariis de gabulo de Burxeduna. 
Summa : 300 sextaria 3 ambre. In expensis daerie, 5 sextaria 3 ambre. 
In expensis Episcopi in coquina, 4 sextaria. In Uberatis pistoribus, 
8 sextaria 2 ambre. In expensis ]ardarii, 33 sextaria dunidium i 
ambra. In venatione salanda, 4 sextaria 2 ambre. In missis ad 
Merewellam, 7, sextaria, In missis ad Twifordam, 1 sextarium. In 
missis ad Suttonam, 5 sextaria. In Uberatis J(ohanni) decano de 

■ Omitted in MS. 

> See above, p. 1 16, n. 3. 

* The word ordei here is confused and sbould i«ad : 'Et comederunt 1 8 suei, 
que venenint de Flandria'. 



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120 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OP WINCHESTER 

Wlveseia, 91 sextaiia. Sununa: 154 sextaria diimdium 2 ambre. Et 
remanent 145 sextaria dimidimn i ambra. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 103 pords ocdsis ad lardarium de 
instauro manerii. De 51 de Menes. De 40 de Ferbam. De 20 de 
Hameleduna. Sutnma: 194 baconi.* In expensis domini Episcopi, 
liberatis Stephano clerico, 118 baconi per 4 tallias, et cames* 2 boum 
per I talliam. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 18 baconi per 2 tallias. In 
liberatis Thome de expensis, 6 baconi pei i talliam. lu missis ad 
Merewellam, 20 baconi pei i talliam. In missis ad Suttonam, 8 baconi 
pei I talliam. In libeiatis R(ogeio) Wacelino ad opus E(ustachii) de 
Greinvilla, 11 baconi per i talliam. In precariis autumpnalibus, 7 
baconi. In expensis R(eineri) de Ponte, i baconus. In Uberatis 
GalMdo de Luviers, z baconi per i talliam. Siunma: 191. Et reman- 
ent 3 super siunmam, 

Idem leddunt compotum de 94 gallinis de cheiiset. De 67 receptis 
de Menes. Summa: 161. In hbeiatis Stephano clerico, 40 pei i 
talliam. In libeiatis Nicholao, 55 pei i talliam. In missis ad Meie- 
wellam, 66. Summa: 161. Et quiet(us est), 

Idem Uberavit' J{ohanni) decano 2 libras cumini. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 tonellis sicere facte de gardino de 
Waltham. In liberatis pinceme ad opus Episcopi, 10. In liberatis 
£(ustachio) de Greinvilla per preceptum Episcopi, 2. Et quietus est. 

MlENES MaNERIUM 

G(ermanus)* serviens, T. et R. Gant prepositi reddunt compotmn 
de £28 17S. Q\d. de reragio anni preteriti, unde: 
Super Fulcone de Kantelo, £7 14S, zJ. de redditibus et exitibus 6 
annorum preteritorum. Et super canonicis de Novo Loco, 50$. 
Supei Ranulf de Ram(esdene), 50S. in lespectu per Episcopmn. Et 
supei teiram' de Ambieham nondum diiacionatam,* 17S. ti. Supei 
prepositos' de quodam ameiciamento, 53S. 4^. pei magistium 
P(etrum ?),' J(ohannem) decanum, £12 I2s. ojd. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £74 17S. i^. cum incieineiito 
gahuli huius anni, 5s. id. 

In quietanciis i bertonarii, 5s. ; 1 fabri, i porcarii, 3 bercarionun 

' The correct total is 214. 

• SU ta MS. ■Cato' would have been better. 

• The plural form 'Uberaverunf would have been more appropriate. 
•Seep. 123. 

' The ablative case would have been better after 'super' as it ii used m thia 

• 'Diiacinatam' ia thc coirect f orm. but again the ablative would havtt been 
better. 

' The addition here of 'et per' helps the sense. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOFKIC OF WIKCHESTER 121 

per aiinum, i bercarii per dimidiuin annum, 17 canicaxionim per 
aimum, $Ss. gd. Smnma: 635. gd. 

In defectu terTanim tractarum in dominicum, 25S. y^. In defectu 
terre de Ricchercombe date canonicis de Novo Loco, loos, In de- 
fectu moleiidim de Capella tracti in dotninicum, los. In defectu 
terre Fulconis de Cantelo, 20s. Summa: £7 ns. j^i. 

Summa quietaiiciarum et defectuum; £10 15S. 4^. 
Summa remanens: £64 os. 2id. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 4^. de pannagio. De 27S. $d. de 
herbagio. De 35. i^. de potfald. De 5s. de 3 avris venditis. De 
£4 4s. g^. per lacte 424 ovium ad £imam. De 13S. ^id. de coriis 
12 boum, De 8s. gid. de pellibus 36 ovium, 25 muitonmn, 3 hogget- 
torum. De 8s. 4lrf. de pellibus 108 agnorum venditis. De i8s. de 
28z velleribus agninis. De J2d. de coriis 2 avrorum. De 6s. 3^. de 
25 acris locatis hoc aimo. De 2is. de opere relaxato. De 3s. de sicco 
bosco vendito. Summa: £14 45. o^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £6 I2S. 6d. de 34 quarteriis frumenti 
venditis et dimidio. De 40S. gd. de 14 quarteriis 2 hopis de ordeo 
venditis. Summa: £i 135. 3^. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2s. de Johanne filio Agathe pro fine 
terre. De 40S. de toto hundredo pro tbedinga. De 64. de Reginaldo 
de Hehnete pro legato. De 55. de Radulfo Utlagham pro fine teire. 
De i2d. de Mo Hugonis de Bioke pro simili. De dimidia marca de 
Roberto mercatore pro simili. De I2d. de Osmund Albo pro simili. 
De dimidia marca de Leueva pro simili. De dimidia marca de 
Aldredo de Ramesdene pro simili. De zs. de Galfrido filio Ailwini pro 
mellea. De X2d. de Alviedo de Bodham pro simili. De I2d. de 
Roberto Corps pro simili. De 2s. de Stephano Blakeman pro suisisa. 
De 2s. de Herbert de Ripplintona pro concordia. De 2S. de Patricio 
CoTps pro fine terre. De 6d. de Willebno filio Gocelini pro mellea. 
De i2d. de Gilibert de Lie^iam pro simili. De i2d. de Ricardo filio 
Rogeri pio simih. De 2S. de Ricardo Siwaidi pro simili. De 3S. de 
Roberto de Mora pro filia maritanda. De i2d. de Roberto Comite pio 
simili. De 35. de Willelmo de Hilmete pro fine terre. De 2s. de Theo* 
bald parmentario pro simili. De 2s. de Thoma de Cumbe pro filia 
maritanda. De dimidia marca de Henrico de Ripplintona pro licentia 
concordari. De 2s. de Rogero fabro pro falso clamore. De i2i. de 
Johanne de Curtona pro aratura. De i2d. de Roberto de Mara pio 
simili. De 6d. de Weregrave pro simili. De 6d. de Hugone de Haides- 
cumbe pro simili. De 6d. de Walchelino de Draituna pro simili. De 
6d. de Galfrido de Cumbe pro pastuia. De i2d. de Walteio filio 
Henrici pio man(uten«nento). De isd. de Johanne molendinario pro 



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122 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

simiH. De 6d. de Rogero de Cutnbe pio pastura. De 6d. de Wal- 
chelino de Cumbe pro simili. De i2d. de Bretful pro falso clamoTe. 
De i2d. de Galfrido Blakewini pro simili. De 25. de Thoma de Campo 
pro filia maiitanda. De 5s. de Godefrido de Wetham pro simili. De 
3$. de Hugone de Radesole pro simili. De 25. de Blakeman fabro pro 
simili. De 6d. de Cedlia de Ram(esdene) pro simili. De 55. de Gaubert 
de Wadelesballe pro mala multura, De T2d. de Herebert de Loves- 
b(eria) pro fine terre. De Z2d. de Emold Smart pro simili. De 45. de 
Osmund Albo pro £ne teire. De izd. de Radulio de Punde pro lege. 
De i8d. de Roberto Odeiin pro filia maritanda. De 6d. de Henrico 
filio Wdemari pro mellea. De 55. de Albredo [sic] de Langubam pro 
filia maritanda. De i2d. de Edwino fabro pro simili, De 25. de 
Heiebert fllio Odonis pro fine terre. De 35. de thedinga de Menes pro 
bomine illicito [sic] retento. De 5$. de filio Thome de Cuiteflode pro 
fine tene. De 55. de Rogero de Merstedewilla pro simili. De 6d. de 
Gilibeit de Cumbe pio pastuia. De 6d. de Willelmo fabro pro simili. 
De i2d. de Ricardo caietario pio simili. De z2d. de Edwino fabio 
pio fine terre. De 20s. de Golstan pro simili. De 105. de Roberto 
filio Sunonis pro simili. De 2S. de Emald de Languham pio simili. 
De 6d, de Robelot pro simili. De 6d. de Hugone de Langeiixe pro 
similL De 45. de Willelmo Osmundi pro sorore maritanda. De 
i2d. de Gilibeit de Cumbe pro filia maritanda. De 2S. de Gaubert de 
Moia pio veridicto hundiedi habendo. De 2$. de Reginaldo de 
Dumendebelle pio simili. De 2s. de Roberto fiatre eius pio simili. 
De los. de Ricardo de Bordene pio simili. De 25. de Gaubert de Mora 
pro simili. De dimidia marca de Johanne de T..angerigge pro fine 
tene, De i2d. de Roberto Coco pio simili. De 25. de Ricardo de Acset 
pro sursisa. De 2s. de Walchelino de Cbodescumbe pio simili, De 
I2d. de Thoma Hay pio mellea. De i2d. de Thoma pio fine teire. De 
6d. de Helya haiwardo pro falso clamore, De 2S. de femina de 
Petresfeld pro recto habendo. De i2d. de Rogero molendinario pro 
mellea. De zos. de Roberto et Willelmo pro fine terre. De 6os. de 
hundiedo pro relaxatione. De i2d. de Stephano Blacbeman pro 
aratuia. De 6d, de Thoma filio fabri pio fine terre. De i2d, de 
Crispino clerico pio suisisa. De 55. de Willelmo filio piesbyteri pio 
fine terre. De 6d. de Ricaido Banne pro pastura. De 6d. de 
WaIk(elino) de Cumbe pio simili. De 6d. de Gocelino pro bosco. De 
6d. de Ricardo Baldri pro simili. De 6d. de Radulfo bercario pro 
simili. De i2d, de Henrico Longo pro manutenemento. Summa: 
£17 7s. 4d. 

Somma totius recepte: ^^104 65. 4}. 
Liberaiio^ 

In libeiatis J(ohanni) decano, £61 175. 
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THE PIPE ROI.L OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTEH 123 
Expensa^ 

In ferrainento i canice, 35. $d. In fenramentis i caretarii per 
annum, et 24 avrormn, iis. t)i. In biga ferrata nova empta, 6s. gii. 
In 6 paribus rotarum ad bigas, 5s. xod. In dutis, uncto, paronis, 
paronellis, alio hemasio, 4^. 6^. In 5 cordis ad avros pascendos, Sjtj. 
In 10 bobus emptis, 52S. In i avro empto, 6s. (In)* carucaiiis pro 
airatura 56 acrarum, 145. In precariis yemalibus et quadragesunali- 
bus de 247 caruds, 6os. In falda wiscanda, 2S. ^. In cera ad boves 
mensurandos in die Sancti Luce, ^d. Iii rastellis faciendis ad oves, 
2s, In stipendiis i caretarii, 4 carucarionmi per annum, 1 haiwardi 
per dimidium annum, l6s. lo^. In mercede 4 caretariorum ad &num 
extrahendum per 7 ebdomadas, 7S. In bovaria cooperienda, i^if. In 
bordis, clavis, vinclis' feTreis, et aliis necessariis ad molendinum, 
2s. loi. In triturandis 162 quarteriis frumenti, 100 quarteriis ordei, 
200 quarteriis avene, 47S. 8rf. In agnis lactandis [sic\, I2d. In potu et 
conpanagio ad magnam precariam, et alias 14 precarias,* 34S. id. 
In conredio 4 prepositonim in autumpno, 8s. In liberatione Germani, 
60S. lod. In dedma casei, 8s. $ld. In i magna bercaria de novo 
fadenda, 28s. 2^. In fossandis et plantandis 80 perticis circa 
bercariam, 13S. ^. In eodem fossato circumsepiendo, y. ^d. Cuidam 
nundo misso ad Episcopum cum transcripto carte.* Roberti Tailardi, 
i2d. In expensis Henrid de Breibuf, 3S. li, In expensis G(alfridi) de 
Aclanda, 3S. In expensis magistrorum Roberti Bassct, et Roberti de 
Arene, Roberti de Hales, 13^. In expensis R{ogeri) Wacelini, i^d. 
In expensis M(auricii) de Turvilla per 2 vices, 55. yi. In 180 insitis 
emptis et plantandis, 24S. (2^.).' In 72 aucis emptis, et missis ad 
Lovintonam et Stanstede ad Episcopum, I2s. id. In novo prato 
assarto, 2s. ^d. In eodem falcando, 3s. 6d. In 20 ulnis de canabo ad 
lanam, zs. ^d.* Summa: £23 2s. iid. 

Summa liberationis et expense: £84 igs. iid. 
Et debet £19 6s. 5 Jii, Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est. 

Exitus Grangie'' 

Idem reddunt compotum de 32* quarteriis dimidio frumenti 
remanentibus anno preterito. De 166 quarteriis de toto exitu. De 
3 quarteriis de cheriset. Summa: 201 quarteria dimidium. In semine 

' See p, 61, a. i. • Omitted in MS. 

■ Sic in MS. for 'viuculis'. * Sic for 'et 14 aUaa precatiaa'. 

' 'carte' is ioterlineated in MS. 

' The marks ot the writing on the face ot the membrajie are visible in 
several places here, giving the entries a bluired appearance. 

' Tbe heading is so well rubbed as to be atmost illegible. Fiom tbis point 
to the (oot o( the membrane the MS. is well mbbed and stained, making 
transcription impossible in parts, paiticnlarly towards the edges of the text. 

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124 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

472 acrarum, 87^ quarteria dimidium. In missis^ ad Waltham, 57 
quarteria. In liberatione Thome de Wihtona, 22 quarteria dimidium. 
In supravenditis, 34 quarteria dimidimn. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 103 quarteriis dimidio i hopa de 
toto exitu mancomi.^ De 23 quarteiiis 3 hopis de exitu molendini. 
Summa: 127* quarteria. In semine 144 acrarum, 37 quarteria i hopa. 
In hberatione i caretarii, 4 carucariorum per annum, i haiwardi per 
dimidium amium, 35* quarteria dimidium 2 hope. In elemosina 
Episcopi per G(regorium) capellanum, 1 quarterium. In Uberatione 
molendinarii, 3 quarteria 3 hope. In porcis sustinendis, et purcellis 
nutriciendis, 8' quarteria. In Uberatione porcarii^in hyeme, dimidium 
quarterium.* In pane 14 precariaium, 27 quarteria. In supravenditis, 
42 quarteria 2 hope. 

Idem reddunt (compotum)* de 487 (quarteriis) 2 hopis de toto 
exitu [ ]* 24 (quarteria ?) 5 hope. In consuetudine carucariorum, 
16 quarteria dimidiiun. In prebenda i caretarii a festo Sancti 
Michaelis usque ad Vincula,' 19 quarteria.* In prebenda 24 [ ] 
I h(opa). In prebenda virgatariorum [ ]. In bobus sustinendis, 
28 quarteria. In prebenda magistrorum R(oberti) Basset, R(oberti) 
de Arene, R(oberti) de Hales per 2 [ ] & [ ]■ In prebenda 
[ ] ad [ ] 14 noctes, 2 [ ] In [ ] (76 ?) quarteria, In 
liberatis ad MereweUam, 28 quarteria GaJirido marescaUo. In Uber- 
atis eidem apud Menes, 11 quarteria [ ] hop [ ]. 

M.8. 
Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 81 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 7 cuiusdam occisi. De 10 emptis. De 3 de legatis. Summa: 
loi. In mortuis, 10. In expensis magne precarie, 2. In Uberato 
Stephano clerico ad coquinam, i. Summa: 13. Et remanent 88. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i annaJi de cataUis cuiusdam occisi. 
Et remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 27 avris remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De i de cataUis hominis occisi. De i (de)' legato, De i empto. 
Summa: 30. In vivis venditis, 3. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 25, unde 
unus est caretarius. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 466 ovibus remanentibus anno pre- 

' Tbe word ia almost illegible. 

* OTiginally [32, but the tail of the final 'X' in CXXXII bas been erased. 

* Omitted in MS. 

< The M5. ia heavily stained at this point, and the writing is completeljr 
obliterated. The illegible portioos of the text are indicated by [ ]. 

* Sic in MS. for 'usque ad festum Sancti Petri ad Vincula'. 
' 'In prebenda ... 19 quarteria.' The writing is very faint, 
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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 125 

terito. De 2 de catallis homiiiis ocdsi. De 2 de potfalda. De 53 
adiunctis. Srnnma: 523. In mortuis ante partum, 12; post partum et 
ante tonsionem, et tempus fiimarii, 12; post tonsionem, 6. In pie- 
cariis autumpnalibus, 12. Summa: 42.* £t remanent 481. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 478 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 7 de potfalda. De 50 adionctis. Summa: 535. In mortuis 
ante tonsionem, 13; post tonsionem, 11. In consuetudine prati 
falcandi, 3 vive. Inmagnaprecaria, i. Summa: 28. Et remanent 507. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 106 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. De 2 de catallis hominis ocdsi. Summa: 108. In 
mortuis, 5. In adiunctis ovibus, 53. In adiunctis multonibus, 50. 
Summa: zo8. £t nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 436 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia zo oves fuerunt steriles. In mortuis ante sepaiationem, 
106. In decima, 33. In consuetudine 2 bercarioTum, 2. In mortuts 
post separationem et ante tonsionem, 7; post tonsionem, 5. In con- 
suetudine firmarii, 5 tarde nari. Summa: 158. £t remanent 278. 

Idem reddunt compotum de* 98 porcis remanentibus aimo pre- 
terito. De 74 inde proventis, Sununa: 172, In missis ad Waltham ad 
lardarium, 51. In missis ad Lovintonam, et Stanstede, et Waltham 
ad coquinam Episcopi, 24. In missis ad WiQtoniam, 6 purcelli. In 
consuetudine porcarii, i. Inconsuetudine^prepositonim, 4. Suinina: 
86. Et remanent 86, unde 2 sunt verres, 8 sues, 30 maelli, 12 succule, 
20 iuvenes porci, 14 purcelli separati. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 1,021 velleribus lane. In decima, 
102. In consuetudine 3 bercariorum, 3. In missis ad Suwerke, 916, 
que fecerunt 7 pondera dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 211 gallinis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 315 de cheriset. Summa: 526. In missis ad Waltham, 80; 
ad Wintoniam, 85; ad Lovintonam, 186. In expensis Henrid de 
Breibuf, 6; Galfridi, 6; R{oberti) Basset, 4. In defectu, 30. £t 
remanent iio* galline. 

Menes Ecclesia* 

Audelinus serviens, Patricius preposttus reddunt compotum de 
£25 15S. 4^. de reragio anni preteriti. Et de £4 17S. ^. de gabulo 
assiso. Summa: £30 I2s. 8rf. 

In quietandis prepositi, 35. ; 3 canicariorum per aimum, ys. 6d. 
Summa quietandamm: los. 64. 

Summa remanens de gabiUo : £4 6s. lod. 
Summa utriusque lemanens: £30 2S. 2d. 
< Altered from 21 liy super-imposing 'L' on the secoiid 'X' of XXII. 
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126 THE PIPH ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de lys. 5^. de dedma agnorum. De 
6s. oii. de decima tane. De 28s. lod. de decima casei, tam de manerio 
quam de dominico. De 17S. 2^d. de dedma pullormn et vitulonim. 
De 45. de lino vendito. De los. de 60 agnis venditis, De 35. y^d. de 
coiiis 3 bomn mortuomm. De ^. de corio i avri. De 55. pro relaxa- 
tione opeiis. De 8s. gd. de 159 velleribus agninis. De 35. de pellibus 
46 agnorum mortuorum venditis. De lojif. de pellibus 14 hogget- 
torum. Summa: lojs. zrf. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £30 17S, y\d. de 204 quarteriis 
dimidio 2 hopis framenti venditis. De 27S, iirf. de 10 quarteriis 
dimidio 2 hopis mancomi venditis. De 32$. de 9 quaiteriis dimidio 
2 hopis siliginis venditis. De £17 los. 4d. de 137 quarteriis ordei 
venditis. Summa: £51 ys. io\d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i6s. lod. de purchasiis. 
Summa totius recepte: £88 I2s. o\d, 

LiberaHo 

In liberatis J(ohaniii) decano per 3 tallias, £25 I2S. lod. 

Expensa 

In fenamentis 2 carucarum per annum, 6s. 2d, In men%de fabri, 
3$. In 2 carucis emptis, et rotis, et reparatione eanun, i^d. In i biga 
ferrata nova empta, 75. ^. In 5 bigis non ferratis emptis, 8s. 2\d. 
In ferramentis 2 caretariorum, 2 avrorum per annum, 3 caretariorum 
in autumpno, 65. ^d. In clutis, uncto, badis, panellis ad bigas, et 
ipsis axandis et reparandis, 45. 4^. In 6 bobus emptis, 30S. In i avro 
empto, 7s. In stipendiis i caretarii, i bovarii, i bercarii, i daie per 
annum, et gardinarii per dimidium annum, i2s. lod. In stipendio 
haiwardi, 3s. In 5 furcis feneis, cordis ad bigas, i2ii. In triturandis 
264 quarteiiis fiumenti, 44S. In triturandis 10 quaiteriis dimidio 
mancomi, 9 quarteriis dimidio siliginis, 3S. 4d. In triturandis 170 
quarteriis ordei, 17S. 8\d. In triturandis 432 quarteriis avene, 
22S. 6d. In vanandis 64 quarteriis frumenti, 55. ^. In grangiis, 
bovariis de Menes, de Frox(efelda), de Hameleduna, de Stepe repar- 
andis et cooperiendis, iis. 8d. (In)> carucariis pro aratura 8 acrarum, 
2s. In 4 sacds emptis, 2s. In sicera fadenda, 6d. In tonello empto ad 
siceram, I2d. In clatis ad faldam, 2s. ^. In liberatione Audelini, 
60S. lod. In decimis de Menes, et Froxefelda, et Stepe, et Acsete 
coUigendis et tassandis, 635. gd. In eisdem cariandis, 40S. In stipen- 
diis 5 caretariorum per autumpnum, 8s. 4^. In Uberatione i servientis 
apud Froxefeldam per 6 septimanas 6 dies, 8s. In stipendio i servien- 
tis apud Stepe per 6 septimanas, 7s. In stipendiis eorundem, los. 
In dedma de Hameleduna coUigenda et tassanda, cum i tasso extra 
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THE PIPE ROLI. OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WINCHESTER 127 

domutn faciendo et cooperiendo, 24$. In eisdem cariandis, 19$. lot^. 
In liberatione magistri Ailwardi et Roberti Testardi ibidem per 
5 septimanas 2 dies, 14S. Summa: £22 i8s. 6d. 

Expensa Forinseca 

In I porta de novo facienda, et i ponte, 6s. &j. In clavis et 
ferramentis ad eandem portam, 2s. ^. la i domo de novo fadenda 
in curia, 55. %d. In ferramentis, et frenis, et capistils ad pullum 
Epjscopi, zod. In coquina cooperienda, et i funiia ibidem facienda et 
cooperienda, 55. ^. In feno empto, 2S. id. In i plumbo empto ad 
remanendum in coquina, ^s. In 3,000 sclatis emptis ad domum 
cooperiendam, 6s. 31^. Cuidam cooperatori, et eius auxiliariis per 
5 septimanas, ad aulam, et cameram, et magnam gran^am cooperi' 
endas, los. 31^. In meremio stemendo ad torcular cooperiendum, i&2. 
In expensis pistoium Episcopi apud Menes per 4 septimanas, et 
eorum adiutorum, los. yd. In 3 lastis alleciorum emptis apud 
Portesmutham, et liberatis Thome servienti de Fereham, 785. 2d. 
In 12 nlnis de canabo ad lanam, 2S. In 4 ponderibus lane cariaodis 
ad Suwerke, 3S. In cariandis 50 quarteriis frumenti dimidio tum apud 
Wintoniam, tum apud Waltham, tum apud Fereham, gs. ^\d. In 
cariandis 280 (quarteriis)^ avene tum ad Wlveseiam, tum ad Fere- 
ham, tum ad Merewellam, tum ad Waltham, 26s. 3^. In cariandis 80 
(quarteriis)* avene ad Lovintonam et Stanstede ad Episcopum, 
lOs. i^. In expensis Johannis de Colevilla, Walteri piscatoris per 2* 
dies, et Galfridi piscatoris per 4 dies apud Menes pro piscando 
ibidem, 161^. Summa: £9 75. &d. 

Summa utriusque expense: £32 6s. 2d. 
Summa Uberationis et expense: £57 19$. 
Et debet £29 13S. o^. 

Exitus Orangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 291 quarteriis 2 hopis de toto exitu 
frumenti, unde 137 quarteria fuerunt de frumento remanente anno 
preterito. In semine 106 acrarum, 22 quarteria dimidium. In liberatts 
J{ohanni} decano apud Wlveseiam, 31 quarteria, In missis ad 
Waltham, 8 quarteria diroidium. In hberatis pistoribus Episcopi 
apud Menes, 13 quarteria dimidium. In Hberatis E(ustachio) de 
Greinvilla transfretantis, 11 quarteria. In supravenditis, 204 quar- 
teria dimidium z hope. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 quarteriis dimidio 2 hopis de 
toto exitu manconii. In supravenditis, totum. 

' Omitted in MS. 

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128 THE PIPB ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 quarteriis dimidio 2 hopis de toto 
exitu siliginis. In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 186 quarteriis dimidio 2 hopis de 
toto exitu ordei. In libetatione i caretarii, i bovarii, i bercarii, daie 
per annum, gardinaiii per dimiditun annum, 27 quarteria dimidium 
2 hope. Duobus custodibus agnorum per 6 septimanas, i quarterium. 
In liberatione 5 caretariorum, 4 tassatorum per 8 ebdomadas in 
autumpno, 9 quarteria. In pane 16 precariarum autumpnalium, 8 
quarteria. In dono Episcopi R. Guldetop, 4 quarteria. In supraven- 
ditis, 100 quarteria et 37. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 473 quarteriis i hopa de toto exitu 
avene. In semine 90 acrarum, 45 quarteria. In consuetudine 3 caru- 
cariorum, 2 quarteria 2 hope. In prebenda 2 caretariorum per annum, 
4 caretariorum in autumpno, 47 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda 
2 avrorum per 20 septimanas, 6 quarterla. In prebenda 4 servienrium 
in autumpno, 20 quarteria. In bobus sustinendis, 12 quarteria. In 
prebenda G(alfridi) de Aclent',6hope, In prebenda R(ogeri} Wacelini 
per 3 noctes, 7 hope. In prebenda M(auricii} de Turvilla, (4 hope).* 
In prebenda Henrici de Breibuf per 3 noctes, i quarterium 2 hope. 
In pTet>enda E(ustadiii) de Greinvilla per 4 noctes, 2 quarteria. In 
prebenda M(auricii) de Turevilla, Walteri de AndeU, R(oberti) 
Basset, J(ohannis) decani, R(ogeri) Wacelini, et aliorum secum 
pergentium versus Lovintonam, 2 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda 
W(iUelmi) de Sorewella, Walteri de Andeli, WLUehni de Estona, 
Galfridi de Luviers, Testard, Cunseilardi, 3 quarteria. In prebenda 
Willelmi de Eatillo, et Willelmi de Sancto Maxentio, et carettarii 
domini Episcopi per 2 vices, z quarteria. In prebenda 4 carettariomm 
ad portanda neccessaria domini Episcopi de Menes ad Lovintonam et 
Stanstede per 3 septimanas, 7 quarteria dimidium. In liberatis 
J(ohanni) decano apud Wlveseiam, 238 quarteria. In hberatis bailivis 
de Waltham, 38 quarteria. In missis ad Famham,* 15 quarteria. In 
missis ad Suttonam, Z2 quarteria. In liberatis baiUvo de Merewella, 
17 quarteria. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20 bobus remanentibus aimo jm- 
terito. De 6 postea emptis. Summa: 26. In mortuis, 3. Et remanent 
23. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 avris remanentibus anno preterito. 
De I postea empto. Summa: 5. In mortuo, i, Et remanent 4. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 42 hoggettis remanentibus anno pre- 



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terito, agiiis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 10; post tonsionem, 4. Et 
remanent 28, unde 18 smit multones, 10 oves, 

Idem reddmit compotum de 225 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
dedma. In vivis venditis, 60. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 6; post 
tonsionem, 8. Et remanent 151. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 9 pords remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. Et remanent, unde i est masculus, 8 suelle. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 32 gallinis de cheriset. In expensis 
E(ustachii) de Greinvilla, 10. In expensis magistrorum R(oberti) 
Basset, R(oberti) de Arene, 8. In expensis M(auricii) de Turvilla, 6. 
In expensis W(illehni) de SoreweUa, et Walteri de Andeh, 6. In 
defectu, 2, 

Idem redduQt compotum de 40 aucis de decima. In missis ad 
Wlveseiam, 20; ad Hameledunam, 20. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 60 caseoUs. In expensis 14 pre- 
cariarum, 53. In familia (in)' autumpno, 4. In expensis senescalh, 3. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 32 velleribus lane de dominico. De 
668 velleribus de dedma. Summa: 700, que fecerunt 4 pondera. In 
missis apud Suwerke, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 159 veUeribus agninis. In supra- 
venditjs, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 32 peUibus agninis de decima. De 
14 peUibus agnoTum mortuorum. In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 14 pelUbus hoggettorum. In supra- 
venditis, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 toneUis sicere. De i toneUo de hoc 
anno. In expensis domini Episcopi, tum apud Menes, tum apud 
Waltham, tum apud Lovintonam, tum apud Hameledimam, 7 
toneUi. Et remanent i. 

Idem liberaverunt J(ohanni) decano apud Wlveseiam, 800 ova. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 sextariis salis receptis de Hamele- 
duna. In expensis familie [sic], et pistorum Episcopi, 4 sextaria. Et 
remanent 2 sextaria. 

Hameleduna 

Matheus serviens, Everardus, Serlo prepositi reddunt compotum 
de 114S. 4^. de reragio anni preteriti. Et de £23 75. xiid. de gabulo 
assiso. De 2s. de incremento huius anni. Simuna de gabulo: 
£23 9S. iiid. 

Summa utriusque: £29 4s. ^ld. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 55. ; 2 carucariorum, i fabri, i porcarii, 
2 bercariorum, 3 operariorum per annum, 15S. Summa: 20s. 

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130 THE FIPE KOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

In defectu terrarum tractarum in dominicum, 2s, 
Summa quietanciarum et defectuum : 22s, 
Simima remanens de gabulo: £22 75. ii^, 
Simmia utiiusque remanens: £28 2s. 3^. 

Idem redduiit compotum de 485. 2^. de pannagio. De 23}^. de 
potfald. De 395. 6d. de pastura. De 42S. de 6 bobus venditis et 
22 multonibus. De 30S. de lacte 148 ovium. De 8s. Sd. de 39 grossis 
pellibus ovium, et multonum, et hoggettorum, et 78 agnomm. De 
55, pro opere relaxato. De 6s. pro sicco bosco vendito. De i6s. Sd. de 
100 acris de dominico locatis hoc anno. De i2d. de corio i bovis 
vendito. De $s. lod.^ de 10 sextariis salis venditis. De 291^. de 68 
velleribus agninis venditis. Surama: £10 75. ^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 29$. 6d. de 9 quarteiiis fnimenti 
venditis. De 9«. 2d. de 5 quarteriis dimidio mancomi venditis. De 
4as. 3ii, de 17 quarteriis 3 bussellis ordei venditis, Summa:£40s. ild. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 20s, de 4 thedingis pro misericordia. 
De i2d. de Ricardo Cog pro caruca dimittenda. De 12^. de Willelmo 
Asketil, quia exquisivit domum Osbert sine licentia. De I2d. de 
Turbert Koke pro bosco. De I2d. de Johanne filio Osbert pro pastura. 
De i2d. de Ricardo de Legham pro mellea. De 20s. de Wimarko de 
Broke pro filia maritanda. De I2d. de Serlone preposito pro grana 
habenda. De 6d. de Ricardo Sorel pro simih. De 6d. de Jocelino 
Puche pro simih. De 6d. de Waltero Pagani pro simili. De zs. de 
Johanne filio Osbert pro terra dimittenda. De i8d, de Willehno 
Wogher pro bosco. De 6d. de AiMco fiho Hugonis pro lege. De 6d. 
de Waltero pro manutenemento. Item de 20s. de 4 thedingis pro 
misericordia. De 2s. de Ricardo King pro fine terre. De 12^. de 
Osbert de Mara pro meUea. De i2d. Roberto de Appelhurst pro 
bosco. De i2d. de WiUehno de Dena pro misericordia. De 6d. de 
Willelmo Novo pro falso clamore. De 6d. de Henrico Brech pro bosco. 
De 6d. de Ricardo de Holte pro simili. De 6d. de Luca de Hautoft pro 
pastura. De 6d. de Radulfo Catesberd pro bosco. De 6d. de Jocelino 
Pobelstona pro defectu pacti. De 2s. de Ada de Dena pro filia marit- 
anda. De I2d. de vidua Henrici pro fine terre. De I2d. de vidua 
Ricardi Sorel pro simih. De 6s. 8d. de Andrea de Dena pro miseri- 
cordia. De as. de Ricardo filio Cecehni pro teira habenda. De 5s. de 
WiUelmo King pro simih. De I2d. de Blanchardo pro sursisa. De 
8s. ^. de terra locata de dominico. Summa: 107S. 

Summa totius recepte: £47 17S. 5jrf. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER I3I 
Liberatio 

Ir liberatis J(ohaiuii) decano per 3 talUas, £29 os. i8d. unde 
£4 75. 8d. saat de reragio aimi preteriti. 

Expensa 

In ferramentis 2 carucarum per aimuin, 55. 4^. In ferramentis 
I caretarii, 2 avrorum per annum, 45. lod. In rotls ad carucas, et 
ipsis fadendis et reparandis, et herciis, i6{d. In clutis ad bigas, 
capistris, cordis, uncto, hemasio ad bigas, i8d. In fossatis factis drca 
curiam, 20S. 8d. In muro de petra facto circa domtun servientis;' in 
pariete ilUus domus intrinsecus;* in pariete granarii de Ossere 
faciendis, 35, lod.^ In came, pisce ad precarias yemales et quadra- 
gesimaies, i2s. ^. In i fraxino stemendo, scapulando, et secando, 
inde tabulando ad opus Episcopi, 35. In 2 paribus rotarum ad bigas, 
4S. id. In nova biga ferrata empta, gs. ^d. In domibus cooperiendis, 
3$. 6ld. In stipendiis i caretarii, 2 bovariorum per 3 terminos anni, 
75. In bescliis et trublis, yi. In expensis G(alfridi) de Aclent, quando 
tenuit hundredum, 35. lod. In 16 uhiis dimidia' de kanavaz ad lanam 
inponendam, 2s. ^d. In eadem carianda apud Suwerke, i6d. In i 
dolio empto, loe^. In 32 ovibus curandis de scabie, 2s. In i quarterio 
vesde empto ad semen, 2od. In 35 multonibus emptis, 225. In 6 
quarteiiis avene emptis, et datis Ferando arbalistrario per precep- 
tum Episcopi, 75. 6d. In liberatione Mathei servientis a festo Sancti 
Michaelis, usque ad diem Jovis proximam post Vincula Sancti 
Petri,* 60S. In molendino de vento disiungendo, efiodiendo, stem- 
endo, cariando de Hentona ad Hameledunam, 3S. 6d. In 2,000 clavis 
borderis, et 600 de grossioribus clavis, 3S. 8d. In carpentariis qui 
fecerunt molinum," 295. 8d. In ferro empto ad ferramenta molendini, 
et ipsis faciendis, 53. 6d. In unctura ad idem, i8d. In 34 ulnis de 
kanebo ad vda molendini, 6s. 4id. In 2 seris ad molendinum, ^d. In 
2,000 alleciis, 15 caseis emptis ad precarias autumpnales, gs. yd. In 
conredio i prepositi per 18 dies, 35. In ferro empto ad clavos factos 
ad retinendum molinum' lod. In novis virgis tenentibus, vetis 
faciendis, et apponendis, i^d. In i sera i^. Pro dedma casei, 35. 
In expensis senescalli, 2o\d. In sohdo i caretarii, 2 bovariorum per 
I terminum, 2s. ^d. 

Sutnina totius expense: £12 los. iid. 
Summa liberationis et expense: ;£4i i2s. 5d. 
Et debet £6 55. ojii. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est. 

' In tbe M5. these items appear to be treated as B«parate entriei, bot there 
is no indication of their cost. They are theiefore regarded io the transcripUon 
as parts of a single entry coating a total of 3». lod. 

' Sie in MS. for 'iutrinsece'. * 'dimidia' is interlineated. * August 4. 

* A contraction of 'molendinum' used frequently tbioaghont the MS. 



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132 THE PIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOFRIC OF WINCHESTER 
ExiUts Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de ii quarteriis dimidio fnmtenti re- 
manentibus anno preterito. De 29 quarteriis de exitu grangie. De i 
quarterio i bussello de cheriset. Summa: 41 quarteria dimidium i 
bossellus. In semine 125 acranun, 28 quarteria i bussellus. In pane 
ad |n:ecarias yemales et quadragesimaJes, 4 quarteria dimidium. In 
supravenditis, 9 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotimi de 18 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
mancomi. In semine 50 acrarum, 13 quarteria. In supravenditis, 
5 quarteria dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 75 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
ordei. De 5 quarteriis de molendino. In semine 76 acrarum, 22 quar- 
teria 3 busselli. In porcis nutriendis, 4 quarteria. In cervisia ad 
precarias yemales et quadragesimaJes, 3 quarteria, In pords ser- 
vandis in parco, dimidium quaxterium. In agnis custodiendis, 
dimidium quaxterium 2 busselli. In liberatione i caretarii, 2 bovari- 
orum per annum preteritum 6 ebdomadas, caretarii qui fuit cum 
custode dedmarum, 18 quarteria dimidium. In precariis autumpnali- 
bus, 14 quarteria, In supravenditis, 17 quarteria 3 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 105 quarteriis dimidio 3 bussellis 
de toto exitu avene. De 6 postea emptis. Summa: lil quarteria 
dimidium 3 busselli. In semine 150 acrarum, 50 quarteria. In pre- 
benda servientium, 27 quarteria. In prebenda i caretarii, 2 avrorum 
per annum, 14 quarteria. In prebenda Feranti arbalistrarii, i quar- 
terium. In liberatis eidem per preceptum Episcopi, 6 quarteria. In 
bobus sustinendis, 8 quarteria. In cervisia ad precarias, 5 quarteria. 
In prebenda R(ogeri) Wacelini, dimidium quarterium 3 hope. £t 
quiet(us est). 

M. 8. Dorse.^ 
InstauTum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 sextariis salis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 8 de redditu huius aimi, Summa: 16. In missis ad 
Menes, 6. In venditis, 10. Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 avris remanentibus anno preterito. 
Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 27 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De i vacca. De 2 proventis de legatis de Ricardo Sorel, 
Henrico Cateveine. Sumina: 30. In vivis venditis, 6. In mortua, i. 
Et remanent 23. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 179 ovibus remanentibus aimo pre- 

* Thc [lames of the manors inscribed iu capitala on the tongue ol the foca 
of the membrane Eire: Menes Manerium; Menes Ecclesia; Hameledana; 
Cheritona; Bewrde; Suttona. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 133 

terito. De 6 adiunctis. Summa: 185. In mortuis ante partum tz; 
post partum et ante tonsionem, 6; post tonsionem, i. Summa: 19. 
Et remanent 166. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 258 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 10 adiunctis. De 35 emptis post tonsionem. Summa: 
303. In vivis venditis ante tonsionem, 22. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 
8; post tonsionem, 5. £t remanent 268. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 23 hoggettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, agnis. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 6; post tonsionm, i. 
In adimictis ovibus, 6. In adiimctis multonibus, 10. Et nichil 
remanet. 

Idem reddimt compotimi de 154 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro; 13 oves fiienmt steriles. In mortuis ante separationem, 70. 
In dedma, 8. In consuetudine, i. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 8; 
post tonsionem, 7. Et remanent 60. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 34 porcis remanentibus [sic]. De 
38 inde proventis. Sununa: 72. In missis ad Waltham, 20. In decima, 
3. In consuetudine, i. In expensis Episcopi apud Hameledunam, i. 
Summa: 25. Et remanent 47, unde i6 sunt masculi, 3 sues, i verres, 
10 suelle, 17 purceUi. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 36 gallitus de cheriset. In missis ad 
Lovintonam, omnes. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i vomere remanente anno preterito. 
De I dato hoc anno. In expensis carucarii, i. Et remanet i. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 406 velleribus. In decima, 40. In 
consuetudine, 2. In missis ad Suwerke, 364, que fecerunt 2 pondera 
dimidium 7 clavos. 

Cheritona 

G(alfridus) de Aclent', J. prepositus reddimt compotum de 
£23 i8s. yd. de gabulo assiso. De 151^. de incremento gabuU de 
Roberto tabemario pro quadam terra de dominico. De i2d. de 
Henrico clerico pro quodam mesagio de incremento. DeSif.de 
Herebert de incremento pro quodam mesagio. De 6d. de Roberto 
fiUo Herebert pro quodam mesagio. De &d. de Ricardo fabro pm 
quodam mesagio. De 8d. de Edwardo de prato, Ricardo Rote pro 
quodam mesagio. De 8^. de Osbert et Hugone Hoppetolle pro simili. 
De 8d. de Emoldo, et GalMdo pro simili. De 8d. de Aldredo et 
Willelmo de Mora pro simili. De ^d. de vidua Egari pro quadam 
particula terre habenda. De 18^^. de incremento gabuU de Ricardo 
Joldewino. 

Summa incrementi: 8s. ^. 
Summa totius gabuli : £24 7$. 4d. 



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J34 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OP WIKCHESTER 

In qoietancdis i prepositi, 55.; i berebretti, zs. 64.; i fabii, 7«.; 
2 haiwardonim, 45.; 2^ beTcarionim, 45.; 2 custodum boum, 3$.; 

1 pOFcarii, 2$.; 10 carucarionmi, 20S.; 9 operatorum, iSs.; i opera- 
toris pro dimidio opere, izd. 

In defectu gabi^ ten^* Ricardi Norreis, 64. 

Suimna qmetanciaium et defectus: 67S. 
Summa remanens: £zi os. ^d. 
Idem reddunt compotum de i6s. i.d. de pannagio. De 5s. 6d. de 
herbagio. De 195. 6d. de 39 ovibus vivis venditis. De 20s. de 6 bobus 
vivis venditis. De 44S. 8d. de pellibus 77 ovium, 23' multonum, 81 
hoggettorum, 349 agnonmi mortuonmi venditis. De 2s. de coriis 2 
boum mortuorum venditis. De 42S. 9^. de 5 ponderibus dimidio 

2 mainardis casei venditis. De 2d, de 6 velleribus agninis. De los. de 
transitu vie. De 35. zod. de terra locata. Summa: £8 45, 6d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 ijs. 6d. de 29 quarteriis dimidio 
frumenti venditis. De 481. de 24 quarteriis ordei venditis. Summa: 
£7 3s. 6d. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 26s. 8d. de filia Sewlfi pro molendino 
habendo. De i&f. de Roberto molendinario pro opere reUxato. De 
6(ii.)* de Gillibert Coco pro bosco. De 4S. de Radulfo de Cheritona 
pro filia maritanda. De 3S. 6d. de Gillibert Thonc pro simili. De 35. 
de Ricardo de Spina pro simili. De 3S. de Rogero fullone pro simiU. 
De 5s. de Roberto Norreis pro terra patris habenda. De 35. de 
Johanne Pluket pro simili. De I2<f. de Roberto berebretto pro terra 
habenda de dominico. De I2d. de Johanne fullone pro vidua Radulfi 
habenda. De I2d. de Roberto Hode pro uxore ducenda. De i2d. de 
Gilibert Paterici pro terra relaxata. De i2d. de Johanne de Spina 
pro simili. De 6d. de Herebert Non^is pro simili. De I2d. de Radulfo 
Pluket pro simili. De 6d. de Jocelino pro simili. De 6d. de Johaime 
Leschild pro pastura. De izd. de Rogero fullone pro sinuli. De 6d. de 
Thoma caretario pro simiU. De 6d. de Willelmo de Mora pro simili. 
De i2d. de Ricardo Sevare pro simili. De 6d. de Johaime fullone. 
De 6s. 8d. de Willelmo de Bromelega pro bosco. De 3s. de vidua 
Egardi pro viro habendo. De 6rf. de Galfrido Wicht pro bosco. De 
6d. de Johanne de Wele. De i8d. de Ricardo Brincjiax pro terra 
habenda. De i2d. de Johanne Pluket pro terra recuperanda. De i8d. 
de Henrico clerico pro quodam mesagio. De i2d. de Herebert pro 
simiU. De I2d. de Roberto fiho eius pro sioiili. De i2d, de Ric^do 

' OriginaUy 'IIII', but the Uat 1 $trokes have been erased. 

* The erasure of a capital N. 

■ Originally 34, bnt the last stroke of XXIIII bas been erased. 

* Omitted in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISEOPRIC OF WINCHESTER I35 

fabro pro siinili. De i2d. de Edward, Ricardo Rote pro simili. De 
i2d. de Osbert et Hugoae pro simili. De i2d. de Emald et Galfrido 
pro simili. De i2d. de Aldredo et WUebno pro simili. Summa: 
£4 35. lod. 

Summa totius recepte: £40 izs. zd. 
tiberatid'- 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano per i talliam, £28. 

Expensa^ 

In ferramentis 5 canicarum, los. In paroiiis, paronellis, sellis, 
baciis, capistris, dutis ad bigas, 2s. id. In conpanagio et potu Will- 
elmi servientis a crastino Sancti Michaelis usque ad diem Sancti 
Benedicti, qui est 4 die Decembris,' 2s. 8^. In precarils hyemalibus 
et quadragesimalibus 71 carucarum, iis. lod. In i pari rotarum 
facto de meremio Episcopi, 6d. In biga axanda, 4^i. In furagio 
triturando ad opus Episcopi, gd. In bercaria, bovaria, grangia 
cooperiendis, 2S. lod. In vii^ colligendis, 4d. In clatis ad faldfui, 
i^. In sarpellariis ad lanam, 3s. gi, In eadem carianda apud 
Suwerke, as. id. In i securi empta, ^d. In 6 bobus emptis, 355, lo^. 
In custo daerie, zs. S^. In alledis et pisce ad precarias autumpnales, 
145. gd. In consuetudine prati falcandi, pro 2 multonibus, i2d. In 
stipendiis 2 famulorum per annum, 6s.; daie, 2S. In expensis Ricardi 
Pitekin in autumpno per 30 dies, 5s. In liberatione prepositi de 
Walde,' 40S. In i bove empto, 5s. gd. Summa: £7 I2s. 4|ij. 
Summa hberationis et expense: £35 I2s. 4^. 
Et debet £4 19S. g^. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est, 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 79 quarteriis 3 bussellis de toto 
exitu frumenti. De 17 quarteriis remanentibus anno preterito. 
Summa : 96 quarteria 3 bu^eUi. In semine 200 acrarum, 51 quarteria 
dimidium 2 busselli. In pane Willelmi servientis, i quarterium i 
bussellus. In mi&sis ad Suttonam, 6 quarteria. In piecarils autump- 
nahbus, 2 quarteria. In liberatis Philippo de Croperia, 6 quarteria 
per I talliam. In supravenditis, 29 quarteria.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 18 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
mancomi. De 2 quaiteriis de curallo. In semine 50 acrarum, 16 
quarteria dimidium. In porcis pascendis, 2 quarteria. In precariis 
autumpnalibus, 2 quarteria. 

» Uarcb 21. not December 4, U St. BenedicfB Day. 
*SicmMS. for'Wal<la'. 

' According to the figurea given, the total omount of wheat diapoMd of ia 
Of^y 9Si qtis., 3 busheb. 



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136 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOFRIC OF WIKCHESTER 

Idem Feddunt compotvun de 77 quarteriis z bussellis de toto exitu 
ordei. In semine 77 acrarum, 26 quarteria 2 busselli. In o^nredio 
2 famulorum, 13 quarteria; daie, 4 quarteria. In consuetudine ber- 
carii, poTcarii, 2 quarteria. In custode agnorum, i quaiterium. In 
porcis pascendis, 3 quarteria. In precariis autumpoalibus, 4 quar- 
teria. In supravenditis, 24 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 245 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis de 
exitu avene. In semine 257 acrarum, 128 quarteria z busselli. In 
prebenda 2 avrorum, 14 quarteria dimidium. In bobus sustinendis, 
13 quarteria. In missis ad Wlveseiam, 20 quarteria. In missis ad 
Suttonam, 70 quarteria. 

Ittstaurutn 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 avris remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. Et remanent. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 66 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 7 postea emptis, et de i vacca remanente anno (ffeterito. 
Summa: 74. In mortuis, 2. In vivis venditb, 6. Et remanent 65 
boves, I vacca. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 614 ovibus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. Be 41 adiunctis post tonsionem. Summa: 655. In vivis 
venditis, 39. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In mortuis ante partum, 
21; post partum et ante tonsionem, 50; post tonsionem, 9. In donis 
Episcopi, 70 ante tonsionem. Et remanent 465. 

Idem reddimt compotiun de 172 multonibus remanentibos anno 
preterito. De 17 adiunctis post tonsionem. Summa: 189. In mortuis 
ante tonsionem, iz; post tonsionem, 5. In precariis autumpnalibus, 6. 
Et remanent 166. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 137 hoggettis remanentibus, agnis, 
anno preterito.^ In mortuis ante tonsionem, 79. In adiunctis ovibus, 
41, In adiunctis multonibus, 17. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 462 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 80 oves fuerunt steriles, et 11 fecerunt aborsum. De 
40 leceptis de Suttona. Summa: 502. In decima, 46. In consuetudine 
bercarii, i. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 349. In liberatis fratri de 
Bello Loco ante tonsionem, 100. Et remanent 6 agni. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 47 pords remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 22 proventis hoc anno. Summa: 69. In decima, 2. In 
consuetudine porcarii, i. In missis apud Wlveseiam ad lardarium, 19. 
In mortuis, 6. Et remanent 41, unde 6 sunt sues, i venes, 20 pord 
superannati, 10 juniores, 4 purcelli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 194 caseis, qui incepenmt fieri die 

> ' . . . de 137 hoggettis remajientibas anno preterito, agnis', ia a more osnal 
uld better word ordei. 



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THE PIPE ROI.L OF THE BISHOFBIC OF WIKCHESTEK I37 

Sancti Cutberti, et desienmt in festo Sancti Michaelis. In decima, 30. 
In consuetudine daie, i. In liberatis preposito de Bewrde, 2. In 
precariis autumpnabbus, 6. In supravenditis, 156, qui fecerunt 5 
pondera dimidium.' 

Idem reddunt compotum de 651 velleribus lane grosse. la con- 
suetudine 2 bercariorum, 2. In missis apud Suwerke, 649, que 
fecenmt 4 pondera dimidium 4 clavos. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6 velleribus agninis. In supravenditis, 
totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 19 galtinis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 22 receptis de Bewerde. De 54 de cheriset. De 11 de 
consuetudine. Summa: 106. In mortuis, 14. In liberatis apud 
Wiveseiam, 60 per l taJliam. Et remanent 32. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i ,050 ovis proventis de consuetudine. 
In missis apud Wlveseiam, totum per 3 tallias. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 aucis remanentibus aimo preterito. 
Et remanent. 



Beworde* 

G(alfridus) de Aclent', Gilibert prepositus reddunt compotum 
de £4 2s, (>d. de toto gabulo assiso. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 55. ; i berebretti, 2S. 6d. ; 3 carucariorum, 
6s.; 2 operatorum per annum, 45.; i bercarii, 2S. Summa: 19S. 64. 
Summa remanens: 63S.* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 45. i^. de paimagio. De 9$. de 3 
bobus vivis venditis. De 35. de coriis 2 boum mortuorum. De 15S. de 
30 multonibus vivis venditis. De 35. de quodam prato vendito sub 
Monte Sancte Kateriue. De 2S. id. de pellibus 20 multonum mor- 
tuarum venditis. Suimna: 35S. 2\d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 8s. gd. de 28 quarteriis 2 bussellis 
frumenti venditis. De 2S. 2d. de i quarterio curalli vendito. Summa: 
£4 los. iid. 

De PuTchasiis* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2s. de Ricardo pro terra habenda. 
Summa totius recepte: £q I2s. i\d. 

' According to the figures given, tha suiplus of cbeeses ior saJe should only 

• Tliia entry is inserted along the end o( the line below in MS. 

* Tbc heading is written in the text, and not in the left-hand mar^ 03 
wai the nonoal practice. 



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138 TBE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTBR 
LAeraiid'^ 

In liberatis J(otianni} decano per i talliam, £6 i8s. id. 

Expensa' 

In feiiamentis 2 carueamm, et rotarum eaium, 3$. jd. In feira' 
mentis i caietarii, Z2d. In rotis, clutis, clavis, sepo ad bigas, 2$. q\d. 
In clatis ad faldam, 91/. In triturandis i quarterio dimidio frumenti 
et ventilandis, ^. In sarpeleriis ad lanam, j6d. In eadem carianda 
apud Suwerke, 2S. id. In precariis yemalibus et quadragesimalibus 
16 carucarum, 2s. 8^. In i hercia facienda, et biga axanda, 31/. In 
pisce et allec [sic] ad precarias autmnpnales, 45. lod. In 2 bobus 
emptis, 135. 4}i. In stipendiis 2 famulorum, 6s. In mercede fabri pro 
feTTamentis carucarum, 43. 6d. In equo marescallando, 6d. In 2 
semiris ad grangiam, 5{d. In grangia cooperienda, 2ld. Summa: 
46S. ii^. 

Summa liberationis et expense: £9 55. o^. 
Et debet ys. id. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est.' 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 53 quaiteriis dimidio 2 bussellis de 
toto exitu frumenti. In semine 97 acrarum, 23 quarteria dimidium. 
In missis apud Suttonam, 2 quarteria. In supravenditis, 28 quarteria 
2 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 7 quarteriis de exitu maacomi. De 

1 quarterio curalli. De 2 receptis de AIr{esford). In semine 5 acrarum, 

2 quarteria. In conredio famulorum, 7 quarteria. In supravenditis, 
I quarterium cuialli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 16 quarteriis de toto exitu ordei. In 
semine 24 acrarum, 9 quarteria. In conredio predictorum famuloium, 
6 quarteria. In consuetudine bercarii, i quarterium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 71 quarteriis dimidio 2 busseUis de 
toto exitu avene. In semine 92 acrarum, 46 quarteria 2 busselli. In 
prebenda i avri, 5 quarteria dimidium. In bobus pascendis, 6 quar- 
teria. In missis ad Suttonam, 14 quarteria. 

Inslaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de i avro remanente anno preterito. 
£t remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 27 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 2 postea emptis. In mortuis, 2. In vivis venditis, 3. Et 
remanent 24. 

' See p. 61, n. i. 

' 'Solvit . . . et quietns Wt', eitends into the right-hand margin of the 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 139 

Idem reddunt compotum de 289 multonibus Femanentibus anno 
preterito. In vivis venditis, 30. In mortuis ante tonslonem, 10; post 
tonsionem, 4. In precariis autumpnalibus, 6. Et remanent 239. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 caseis receptis de Cheritona. In 
precariis autumpnaiibus, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 249 velleribus grossis. In consuetu- 
dine bercarii, i. In missis ad Suwerke, 248, que fecerunt i pondus 
dimidiiun 10 clavos. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 22 gallinis de cheriset. In tnissis 
apud Qieritonam, totum. 

SOTTONA^ 

G(alfridus) de Acl(ent'), Hugo prepositus reddunt compotum de 
£13 14S. de reragio. In libeiatis J(ohanni) decano, totum per 3 tallias. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £41 15*. sJi, de gabulo assiso. De 51. 
de incremento vidue Philippi molendinarii, De 2s. 6d. de Hugone 
Falmer. De 2s. de Hugone de Puteo, Summa: £42 4S, g^, 

In quietandis 1 preposlti, 5s.; berbr{etti), 35.; iabri, bedelli, 
porcarii, bercarii, I2s. ; 8 carucariorum per aimum, 24S.; 2 operari- 
orum per annum, 75. 64.; 3 operariorum per aimum, 75. id.; 4 
operariorum, i2s. Summa: 70S. jd. 

In defectu gabuli terre Rogeri militis, Roberti Blakeman tracte 
in dominicum, 55, 6d. In defectu terre Philippi molendinarii, 2S. In 
defectu terre Galfridi Hose, date canonicis de Meretona pro dampno 
novi vivarii in excambium per G(odefridum) Episcopum, I2d. 
Summa: 8s. 6d. 

Summa quietanciarum et defectuum: 79S. id. 
Summa remanens : £38 Ss. S^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £4 os. is^d. de pannagio, De 155. lod. 
de herbagio. De 30s. 8d. de 8 bobus vivis venditis, De 15S. de 30 
ovibus venditis. De 20d. de coriis z boum mortuonim. De 17S, de 
pellibus 28 ovium, 176 agnorum mortuorum venditis. De i8s. 91^. de 
2 ponderibus dimidio casei venditis. De 3S. 6d. de i petra dimidia 
lane agnine venditis, De 22^. de cheriset, De 5$. de herbagio de 
Femdima. De 45. de potfald. De 22s. de 5 quarteriis dimidio fru- 
menri venditis. De i8s. de 6 quarteriis ordei venditis. Sutnma: 
£11 45. 6id. 

Idem reddunt compotum de £g i6s. 8d. de bosco vendito. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40S. de vidua Unfridi pro viro 
habendo. De i2d. de Roberto Prute pro pl^agio. De 6d. de Roberto 

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140 THE PIPE ROLL OF TRE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Himcer pro forisfacto bosci. De 35. de Willelmo Frend pro simili. 
De (4. de Unfrido Bole pro simili. De I2d. de Johanne de Biterae pro 
simili. De 6(rf.)^ de Herebert Hud pro terra relaxata. De 6d. de eodem 
pro bosco. De 6rf. de Unfrido de Prato pro simili. De 6rf. de eodem 
pro teira relaxata. De i.2d. de Roberto Barat pro bosco. De 6d. de 
Rogero Mansel pro simili. De 6d. de Edwino pro sursisa. De 6d. de 
Waltero de Bageslade pro simili. De 6d. de Waltero filio Albredi pro 
simili. De i2d. de Willelmo filio Ailwini pro simili. De 2s. de vidua 
Philippi molendinarii pro fine terre. De 135. ^d. de vidua Rogeri pro 
simili. De 6d. de Henrico de Atelinke pro bosco. De la/. de Hugone 
de Legge pro simili. De 6d. de Amold de Maaecros pro simili. De 6d. 
de Petro de Wanlesworde pro simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Jule pro 
bosco. De izd. de Willelmo de Puteo pro simili. De i2d. de Gill(ibert) 
Gest' pro simili. De i2d. de Rogero de Ovintona pro simili. De 
iis. 41/. de Waltero Albo pro simili. De 13S. ^. de Willdmo Palmer 
pro ^ddua Fhilippi molendinarii habenda. De 5s. de vidua Ketier pro 
viro capiendo. De i6d. de Godmundo carr^etario) pro forisfacto 
prati. De 5$. de Willelmo Covenant pro terra habenda. De i2d. de 
Roberto de Langes. De i2d. de Ricardo Palmer. De i2d. de Helya pro 
sepe male posita. De 6d. de Ada Algeri pro simili, De izd. de Rogero 
de Fonte pro plegagio. De 2s. de Albredo viduo pro filia maritanda. 
De 6d. de Hugone Comite pro falso clamore. De 6s. 8d. de Hugone de 
Puteo pro mellea. De i2d. de Roberto Henrid pro bosco. De I2d. de 
Edmundo de Draitona pro simili. De I2d. de Rogero fullone pro falso 
clamore. De I2d. de Hugone Sewade pro terra habenda. De I2d. de 
Levrico Covenant. De I2d. de Ricardo Bole. De 6d. de Godefrido 
de Bromdene pro bosco. De £4 de Osmund de Prato pro bosco. De 
40S. de Willelmo de Bringeel pro concelamento. De 8s, 8d. de thedinga 
de Biknitona. De 13S. ^d. de thedinga Roppeleie. De 5$. de thedinga 
de Suttona. De 6s. Sd. de thedinga de Stanforda. De I2d. de Petro 
homine Willelmi pro mellea. Summa: ^^14 45. 2d. 

Summa totius recepte: £73 iis. id. 

Liberatid* 

In liberatb J(ohanni) decano per i talliam, £50. 

Expensa* 

In ferramentis 4 carr(etarum) ; in rotis et carr(etis) factb, 22s. 9^. 
In ferramentis 4 avrorum, 2s. yd. In triturandis 18 quarteriis fru- 
menti, 3S. In triturandis 22 quarteriis avene, 2s. gd. In furragio 
triturando ad curiam canes,* 15S. y^d. In clavis emptis ad plumbum, 

' Omitted in MS. 
' Seep. 61, n. i. 
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et cedulis ponendis super domum ; in cibo et mercede cooperarionim, 
5s. oid. In grangia, stabilia, bovaria, bercaria, daeria cooperiendis, 
js, 8d, In muro stabille emendando, et fenestris obstruendis, i^d. In 
gallinario faciendo et cooperiendo, iid. In porcaria fadenda, 6d. In 
custo daerie, 2s. 6^d. In sale, 55. 71/. In ponte novi vivarii facienda, 
I2d. In rotis, biga factis de meremio Episcopi, 43. In stipendiis 2 
famulorum per annum, 6s.; daie, 2S. In precariis yemalibus et 
quadragesimalibus de 123 carucis, 20S. ^. In paronis, paronellis, 
sellis, baciis, clutis, sepo ad bigas, et in eis axandis, in capistris, 
3S. ^. In cordis biganim in autumpno, 31J. In i equo empto, 6s. In 
porta forinseca emendanda, 8d. In i corbello empto, et alio emen- 
dando, ^d. In quodam pilicio iuxta daeriam, 8d. In i breve portando 
ad Mertonam, 3^. In coidis ad luvarium^ aule et coquine [sic], 6d. 
In sacds emptis, i8d. 

M.g. 

In saipeleriis ad lanam, zo^. In lana carianda, 13^. In i besca, 
zd. In costerellis domini Episcopi emptis, izs. In furragio empto, 
2OS. In stipendiis i carretarii per i terminum, g<f. ; i hericiatoris, 5<f. 
In liberatione Ade nundi die Lune proxima post Trinitatem,' 3S. lo 
Hberatione Henrici de Brdbeof, 26s. &?. In datis factis, 45. %d. In 
expensis G(alfridi) de Adend, scilicet in potu et conpanagio, et 
feirura equorum, 40S, In arrura 34 acrarum, 14S. zd, In blado 
sarclando, 135. 5^. In semira empta ad daeriam, zd. In 3 quarteriis 
ordd emptis, 4S. In domo gardinaiii cooperienda, 4J1/. In feno 
custodiendo apud Stokes, 4^. In 3 bigis factis de meremio Episcopi, 
et missis apud Aweltonam, 2s. 312. In 2 scalis, et poita bertonie factis, 
lod. In precariis autumpnalibus, i6s. lo^. In biga locanda ad vinum 
cariandum de Londonia ad Cleram, et Suttonam, et Waltham, 45. 
In expensis eonun qui cum eo ierunt, zod, In liberatione prepositi 
de Walde, 40S. In 4 bobus emptis, 245. Summa: £17 los. irf. 

Summa Uberationis et expense: £67 los. td. 
Et debet £6 os. Z2d. Solvit post compotum. Et quietus est. 

Exittts Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 53 quarteriis dimidio de toto exltu 
frumenti. De 11 quarteriis remanentibus anno preterito. De 20 
quarteriis z bussellis de cheriset. De 2 quarteriis receptis de Bewerde. 
De 6 quarteriis receptis de Cheritona. Summa: 92 (quarteiia)* 
dimidium 2 busselli.* In semine 250 acrarum, 64 quarteria. In 

' AIso spelt 'lovarium'. 

• Via.y 30. > Omitted in MS. 

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142 THE PIPE ROLL OF THB BISHOPRIC OF WIHCHB5TER 

liberatione Fhilippi de Croperia die Sancti Mathie Apostoli, 8 quai- 
teria. In expensis G(alfiidi) de Aclfent'), 13 quarteiia. In supra- 
venditis, 5 quarteria dimidium. £t remanent in gianaria 2 quarteria 
2 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 36 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
mancomi. De 2 quartenis curalli. In semine 40 acranmi, 20 quarteria. 
In conredio 2 famulorum, 5 quarteria; daie, 2 quarteria dimidium. 
In conredio i cairetarii, i herciatoris, 2 quarteria. In i leporario 
pascendo per 4 septimanas, dimidium quarterium. In pords pas- 
cendis, 2 quarteria. In precariis autumpnaUbus, 6 quarteria 
dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 50 qnaiteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
ordei. De 2 receptis de Ah-esfotd. De 3 emptis. In semine 74 acrarum, 
28 quarteria dimidium. In conredio 2 famulorum, 8 quarteria; daie, 

1 quarterium dimidium. In consuetudine bercaiii, porcarii, 2 quar- 
teria. In pords pascendis, 3 quarteria. In precariis autumpnalibus, 
6 quarteiia dimidium. In supravenditis, 6 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 161 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
De 70 receptis de Cheritona. De 87 receptis de Walde. De 14 de 
Beworde. De 4 de Ahesford. De 12 de Menes. Summa: 348. In 
semine 172 acrarum, 142 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda 2 avio- 
rum caretariorum per annum, 6 avrorum per i terminum, 55 
quarteria dimidiimi. In prebenda G(alfridi) de Aclenda, 58 quarteria 
i bussellus. In bobus pascendis, 13 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda 
R(ogeri) Wacehni, 6 busselh. In prebenda magistri J(ohannis) 
Londonie, magistri Helie clerici archiepiscopi, Eustachii senescalh, 
R(oberti) de Lurdona, i quarterium dimidium 3 busselli. In pre- 
brada domini Episcopt die Sancti Mathie per Godefridum mares- 
callum, 28 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda eiusdem die Parasceve 
per R(obertum) de Lurduna, 2 quarteria. In equis Episcopi die Jovis 
in ebdomada Pentecostes^ per J(ohanneni) de Colevilla, dimidium 
quarterium. In prebenda G(alfridi) de Cauz vigilia Inventionis 
Sancti Stephani,* 5 busseUi. In crastino: In prebenda Episcopi per 
G(odefridum) marescallum, 10 quarteria 3 busselli. In prebenda 
eiusdem die Martis ante Pentecostem,' et die Trinitatis,* 33 quarteria 
dimidium 2 busselU. Et quiet(us est). 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 aviis remanentibus anno preterito. 
De 2 de testamentis Rogeri de Havercompe, et Phihppi molendin- 
arii. De i equa postea empta. De i pullo provento ex ea. Summa: 
6 avri, et i puUus. In missis ad Waldam, 4, et i puUus. Et remanent 

2 avri. 

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Idem reddunt compotum de 60 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 4 postea emptis. In vivis venditis, 8. In mortuis, z. Et 
remanent 54. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 vaccis leceptis de Alresford. Et 
remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2 annalibus receptis de Alresford 
anno preterito, vitulis. Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i vitulo proVento hoc anno, quia l 
vacca erat sterilis. Et remanet i vitulus. 

Idem reddunt compotum de^ 380 ovibus, 8 cuilardis [sic\ reman- 
entibus anno preterito. In vivis venditis, 30. In consuetudine 
bercarii, i. In mortuis ante partum, 5; post partum et ante ton- 
sionem, 15; post tonsionem, 8. Et remanent 321 oves, 8 cuillaidi. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 339 agnis pioventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 5 oves fuenmt steriles. In dedma, 34. In consuetudine 
bercarii, i. In missis ad Cheritonam, 40. In moituis ante tonsionem, 
176. Et remanent 88. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 30 porcis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 16 proventis ex eisdem. In decima, i. In consuetudine 
porcarii, i. In mortuis, l6. Et remanent 28, imde 6 sunt sues, i 
verres, 17 porci superaimati, 4 juniores, 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 tonellis vini, qui venerunt de 
Hanitona. De i de Londonia. In expensis domini Episcopi, 3. Et 
remanent in cellario 3. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 337 velleribus grossis. In dedma, 33. 
In consuetudine bercarii, i.* In missis apud Suwerke, 303, que 
fecerunt i pondus dimidium 11 clavos. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 88 velleribus agninis. In supra- 
venditis, totum, quod fedt i petram dimidiam. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 191 caseis, qui incepenmt fieri die 
proxima ante vigiliam Annunciationis Beate Marie,* et desienmt die 
Sancti Michaelis. In decima, ig. In consuetudine daie, i. In liberatis 
Philippo de Croperie, 10 per 3 tallias. In liberatis Stephano derico, 5. 
In hberatis Petro Scutello, 12 per i talliam. In precaiiis autumpnah- 
bus, 24. In supravenditis, 120, qui fecerunt 2 pondera dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 sextariis salis receptis de Waltham, 
In expensis Episcopi, dimidium sextarium. In caseis salsis, et ahis 
expensis, 3 sextaria dimidium. 

Idem reddmit compotum de loS gaUinis de cheiiset. In missis ad 
Meredunam, 40. In missis ad Wlveseiam, 30. In falconibus R(eineri) 
de Vautort pascendis, 8. In mortuis, 4. Et remanent 16 gaUine.* 

> The erasure of 'XI' in MS. 

■ 'In conauetudine bercorii, i' ia interlineated. 

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144 '''HE PIFE BOLL OP THE BISHOPRIC OP WINCHESTES 

Idem reddunt compotum de 5 baconibus receptis de Stepbano 
clerico. In precariis autumpnalibus, totum. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 24 pannis plumbis remanentibus 
post discessum Philippi. De 16 receptis de Wlveseia. Summa: 40. In 
domo cooperienda, 36. Et remanent 4. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 500 ovis. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 
totum. 

Alresfqrd^ 

G(alfridus) de Ad(ent'), Osbert prepositus, Robertus berebrettus 
reddunt compotum de £14 35. lod. de reragio.' Et de £27 de gabulo 
assiso. De ^i, de incremento gabuli Tmrici Claudii. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, js. ; i berebretti, 35. ; i haiwaidi apud 
Alresford, 45,; i haiwardi apud Haiwode et Pnivetam [stc], I2d.; 2 
bercariorum apud Alresford et Haiwode, 6s. ; i fabri, i porcaiii, i 
vaccaiii, i bovarii, I2s. ; 6 caiucariorum, i8s.; i carucaiii apud 
Prevet, 3s.; 9 operariorum per annum, 275. Summa: 795. 

In defectu gabuli terre Reineri, 2S. In defectu terre Haraldi, 2S. 
In defectu (terre)* R, piscatoris, 2S. Summa: 6s. 

Summa quietanciarum et defectuum: £4 3s. 
Summa remanens: £22 15S. 4S. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 52$. o^. de pannagio. De 8s. 2\d. 
de herbagio. De i8s, de 6 bobus vivis venditis. De 6s. 8d. de 2 vaccis 
vivis venditis. De 6s. de 4 bovettis, 3 annalibus* vivis venditis. De 
2S. 4if . de 2 bovettis, z annalibus venditis. De y, 6d, de 7 multonibus 
vivis venditis. De 35. g^. de 13 multonibus scabiis venditis. De iSd. 
de corio unius bovis mortui vendito. De I2s. 6d. de 25 ovibus vivis 
venditis. De 24S. ^d. de pellibus 31 multonum, 21 ovium, 234 
agnorum mortuorum venditis. De 3$. 6ij. de 2 petris lane agmne. De 
4s. de veteri mola vendita. De 26s. de 3 ponderibos ditnidio casei 
venditis. Summa: ^8 i2s. 4{d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 59S. 6d, de 17 quarteriis dimidio 
frumenti venditis. De £4 14S. de 45 quarteriis 2 bussellis mancoTni 
venditis.De50s.312. de iSquaxteriisdimtdiozbussellisoTdeivenditis, 
et I quarterio pisarum. De 14S. yd. de 7 quaiteriis brasei venditis. 
De I2d. de gruello vendito. Summa: £10 19S. ^d. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 6d, de Johanne de Upette pro 
pastura. De 6d. de Serlone pro simiU. De Z2d. de Osbert pro siniili. 

'Seep. 102, n. i. 

' 'de reragio' is interlineated. 

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De 6d. de Osbert filio haiward. De 6d. de Galfrido Bure pro simili. 
De 6d. de eodem pro bosco. De 6d. de Ricardo venatore. De &2. de 
Martino Albo. De zs. de Roberto Palmer. De 6d. de Johamie Ace. 
De 45. de Roberto Kenewarde pro veridicto hundredi habendo. De 
I2d. de Tunico Claudii. De zs. de eodem pro stultiloquio. De 6d. 
de Johamie fiUo Lude. De 14^. de Roberto vaccario. De 6d. de 
Willelmo de Marenham. De 6^. de Johanne de Hida. De I2d. de 
Willelmo de Harmode. De 6d. de Willelmo Kanive. De 6d. de Moyse. 
De 6d. de Wimarco. De 6d. de Symone Juvene. De 6s. de Henrico 
de Hida quia non venit ad comitatum. De 6d. de Simone de Fonte. 
De6d.de Johanne Goldbave. De 2s. 6d. de vidua Simonis molen- 
dinarii. De i.2d. de Gervasio de Harmode. De 6d. de Amaldo caru- 
cario. De 6d. de Hugone &lio Udeline. De i8d. de Roberto de Keve- 
lane. De 6s. 8d. de thedinga Alresford. De i6s. de thedinga Medestede. 
De 6d. de Jacobo. De 20s. de honunibus Alresford pro teira sua^ de 
Haiwode habenda, De 13S. ^d. de Petro Russo pro quodam fugitivo. 
De 2S. de Willehno Cannive pro opere detento. De 35. de herbagio 
de Haiwode.* Summa: £4 145, 4^. 

Sununa totius recepte : £47 os. i6{d, 
Liberaii<fi 

In liberatis J(ohanni} decano, £37 os. i6\d. per i talliam. 

Expensa 

In ferramentis 3 caxucarum per annum, 4 caretarum per i 
terminum, et in rotis emptis ad idem, 6s. lod. In ferramentis avro- 
rum, 3s. yd. In grangia, bercaria, boveria, daeria cooperiendis, 
5s. 6d. In securi empta, 5d. In grangia emendanda, izd. In rotis, 
biga factis de meremio Episcopi, 3S. In clutis, clavis, capistris, sepo 
ad bigas, zo^d. In bercaria et presepe ovium emendandis, 35. In 
bercaria apud Pitvet wiscanda, et presepe ovium emendando, 2S. In 
furragio empto, gs. In furragio triturando ad opus Episcopi, 2s. 5^. 
In molendino bladi cooperiendo teguhs, 4S. In circulis, clavis ere ad 
molendimun, 35. 4}d. In 2 serruris, 5d. In 2 picois* reparandis, 2d. 
In virgis colligendis, et presepe boum faciendo, xod. In clatis factis 
ad faldam, 35. 6d. In semira, stapello ad batellum, ^d. In acero ad 
molendinum, zd. In 7 quarteriis mancomi, 8 quarteriis avene tri- 
tuiandis, et ventilandis, zs. In blado apud Haiwode claudendo, 
6s. 8d. In custo daerie, 45. 8\d. In corio i bovis dealbando, 5d. In 3 
bobus emptis, i6s. 6d. In fossatura ante bladum, 35. ^d. In precariis 

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146 THE PIPE ROLL OF TBE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTES 

hyemalibiis et quadragesiinaljbiis 77 caracamm, i2s. lod. In blado 
sarclando, 75. 4^. In stipeodiis 2 famolorum et daie per annuin, 8s.; 
cnstodis agnorum, 6d. In amira 5 acrarum emptanun, 2«. id. In 
curia claudenda, 7^ In camera, molendino fuleratico reparandis, 
jid. In bidentibos sanandis, 35. 8d. In sagena trahenda per 3 dies 
ante Pascham, 31. In eadem trahenda per 4 dies ante Pentecostem, 
et per 2 dies eiusdero ebdomade, 6s. lod. In eadem tiahenda die 
Mercurii et Jovis [sic] post Vincula Sancti Petri,^ zs. 2d. In eadem 
tiahenda proxima ebdomada ante Natelem Beate Marie per 3 dies, 
y. 8d. In 2 hominibus locandis, qui iuverunt Waltenun piscatoiem, 
3d- In sarpeleriis ad lanam, 2S. g^. In i sacco empto, 6d. In lana 
carianda apud Londoniam, i^d. In precariis autumpnalibus, I2s. lod. 
In sagena trahenda die Sancte Fidei,* et die Veneris sequenti,* et 
Sabbato,* 4$. In liberatione prepositi de Walda, 40S. Somma: £10. 

Summa liberationis et expense: £47 os. 16^. 
Et quiet(us est) de hoc anno. 

Sed debent £14 35. 10^., unde £10 7s. gd. sunt de reragio temporis 
Henrid la Martre.' Et debet inde per se Henricum £4 6s. 8d. Et 
Osbert prepositus debet 495. Et 72S. id. sunt communiter super 
Henrico et preposito, sed dicunt quod sunt ante tempus Henrid. Et 
76S. id. sunt de ultimo corapoto Henrid. Finem fecenmt cum 
Episcopo. Et quieti sunt per breve Episcopi, 

ExUus Grangie 

Idem reddunt compotum de 37 quarteriis dimidio 2 busselhs de 
toto exitu frumenti. De 4 remanentibus anno preterito. De 3 pro- 
ventis de molendino. Summa: 44 (quaiteria)* dimidium 2 busselli. 
In semine 94 acrarum, 27 quarteria dimidium. In venditis, 17 
quarteria 2 busselli. 

Idem reddimt compotum de 46 quarteriis 2 bussellis de toto exitu 
mancomi. De 14 quarteriis remanentibus aimo preterito. De 33 
quarteriis dimidio proventis de molendino. De 7 quarteriis brasd. 
Summa: 93 quarteria dimidium 2 bnsselli, exceptum braseum. In 
semine 119 acraium, 40 quarteria. In Uberatione Ade molendinarii, 
6 quarteria dimidium. In Uberatione piepositi, et berebretti, 2 
quarteria. In supravenditis, 45 quarteria 2 busselli mancomi, et 7 
quarteria brasd. 

I Angust 3 aod 4. ' October 6, 1210. 

■ October 8. * October 9. 

' Heniy la Martre was responaible for presentmg the accounts of Alresford, 
Prevet, Cheiiton, Beauworth, and Wield in 1108-9. {See H. Hall, op. cil., 
pp. 60, 63, 80, 83, 83.) He may have held the office of bailiff earlier than 120S 
and later than 1209, but there are no surviving rolla eaiherthan 1208, and the 
one foT 1309-10 ia miasing. 

* Omitted in MS. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPKIC OF WINCHESTBR 147 

Idem reddunt compotum de 86 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
oidei. In semine 93 acrarum, 31 quarteria 2 bussetli. In coniedio 2 
famulonun, 13 quarteria; daie, 4 quarteria; custodis agnorum, l 
quarterium. In comuetudine porcarii, i quarterium. In poids 
pascendis,^ 5 quarteria^ dimidium. In Uberatione prepositi de Walda, 
4 quarteria. In piecariis autumpnalibus, 6 quarteria. In libeiatione 
piepositi de Suttona, 2 quarteria. In supravenditis, iS quarteria 
dimidium 2 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 125 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
avene. De 9 receptis de Walda. De 2 de curallo mancomo. In semine 
192 aciarum, 98 quarteria. In prebenda avrorum, 16 quarteria 
dimidium. In bobus sustlnendis, 12 quarteria. In missis ad Wlveseiam, 
6 quaiteiia. In missis ad Suttonam, 4 quarteria. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 2 quarteiiis dimidio de exitu pisarum. 
In semine 4 acraium, i quarterium. In piecaiiis autompnalibus, 
dimidium quarterium. In supravendito, i quarterium. 

Instaurum 

Idem leddunt compotum de 2 avris r^nanentibus anno preterito. 
Et remanent. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 44 bobus remanentibns anno 
preterito. De 3 postea emptis. De i de testamento Symonis molen- 
dinaiii. De 2 adiunctis. Snmma: 50. In vivis venditis, 6. In mortuis, 2. 
Et remanent 42. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 12 vacds lemanentibus anno 
preterito. De i de testamento WiUelmi paimentarii. De 2 adiunctis. 
In vivis venditis, 2. In missis ad Suttonam, 2. Et lemanent 11. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 6 bovettis, 2 geniculis remanentibus 
anno pieterito. In vivis venditis, 4. In aditmctis bobus, 2. In adiunc- 
tis vacCis, 2 genicule. 

Idem leddunt compotum de 5 bovettis remanentibus anno 
preterito, annalibus. In vivis venditis, 2. Et remanent 2 femelle, 
I masculus. 

Idem reddunt compotimi de 5 annalibus lemanentibus aono 
pieterito, vitulis. In missis ad Suttonam, 2. Et lemanent 3. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 3 vitulis pioventis hoc aiino. In 
mortuo, I. Et remanent 2,* 

Idem reddunt compotum de 423 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. In donis Episcopi ante tonsionem, 100. In vivis venditis 
ante tonsionem, 20. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 17 ; post tonsionem, 
8. In precaiiis autumpnalibus, 6, Et remauent 272. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 392 ovibus, 3 hurtardis remanentibus 

> Badly blotted in MS. 

■ 'Idem reddunt compotiim . . . remaaeQt 3' is interUneated. 



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148 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHBSTER 

anno preteiito. In vivis venditis, 25. la mortuis ante partum, 10; 
post partum et ante tonsionem, 8. In dono Episcopi post partum et 
ante tonsi<mem, 30. In moituis post tonsionem, 6. £t remaoent 316' 
oves cum* 3 hurtardis. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 351 agnis proventis hoc aimo de 
predictis ovibus, quia 6 fuenmt steriles. In decuna, 5. In consuetu- 
dine bercarii, i. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 233; post tonsionem, i. 
Et remanent 81.* 

Idem reddunt compotura de 58 porcis remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 19 de exitu illorum. Summa: 77. In decima, 2. In 
consuetudine poicarii, i. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 22. In missis ad 
Waldam, 10. In mortuis, 10. Et remanent 32, unde 2 sunt sues, i 
veires, 19 pord superannati, 10 iuniores. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 608 grossis velleribus. In decdma, 60. 
In consuetudine bercarii, i. In missis ad Suwerke, 547, que fecerunt 
3 pondera dimidiura 2 clavos. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 82 velleribus agninis. In supra- 
venditis, totum, quod fedt 2 petras. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 169 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri die 
Sanctorum Tiburcii et Val(eriani), et desierunt die Sancti Hichaelis. 
In decima, 17. In consuetudine daie, i. In precariis autumpnalibus, 
13, In supravenditis, 138, qui fecerunt 3 pondera dimidium. 

Idera reddunt compotura de 80 gallinis de cheriset. In mortuis, 
13. In liberatis ad Wlveseiam, 59 per i talliam. Et remanent 8. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 800 ovis proventis de OHisuetudine. 
In liberatis apud Wlveseiam per 2 tallias, totum. 

Alresford: De Bdrgo* 

G(alfridu5) de Aclenda, Osbert, Reimundus, prepositi reddunt 
compotum de 45S. de 90 mesuagiis assisis. De £11 19S. ^d. de 359 
acris cultis. De 59S. de 118 acris pasture. Et de I2d. de incremento 
gabuU Walteri Niwelle. De I2d. de Hugone cuvario. De 6d. de 
Yvone sutore. De 6d. de Osbert molendinario. De 6d. de Adam 
raolendinario. De 6d. de Roberto de Site. De 6d. de Emisio fabio. 
De 4S. 6d. de Hugone fabro pro 3 mesuagiis. De 6d. de Adam de 
Waie. De 6s. 84. de Thoma Mascegrave pro fumillo Episcopi. 
Summa: £17 iqs. 6d. 

' The correct total is 313 oves. 

* 'cum' is interlineated. 

■ Tlie correct total Ib tii. 

* The whole of this account is written on an almost square sciap ot parch- 
ment attacbed to the right-hand margin of the membnue. It is writtea ia the 
■ame hand as the rest of the text. 



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THE PIPE ROLI. OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER I49 
Purckasia^ 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13S. 4^. de firmario anni preteriti. 
De 2s. de Stepfaano de Wameford pro suisisa. De 6d. de Bemardo 
pro sepe male posita. De 6d. de Rogero filio Sehild pro mellea. De 6d. 
de Serlone pro stultiloquio. De 6d. de Willelmo Balle pro sursisa. 
De 6d. de Gilibert fratre eius pro simili. De ^d. de Ricardo Capite pro 
simili. De 6d. de Yvone pro simili. De 6d. de Roberto de Cruce pro 
simili. De 6d. de Ricardo Francensis pro simili. De 6d. de amica 
Audoeni cleiici. De I2d. de homine Danielis pro mellea. De 6d. de 
Aliz pro as^sa male servata. Summa: 21S. Sd, 

Siunma totius recepte . £19 os. i^d. 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, £6 Ss. 2d. 

Expensa* 

In stagno molendini fulleratici faciendo, 665. %d. In molendino 
veteri removendo, et loco eius implendo, 2s. 6d. In clavis, ^\d. In 
latis, 2d. In meiremio disiungendo, et parando ad cariandum \_sic], 
i8d. In petra [sic] colligenda et attrahenda, los, zd. In mort(erio) 
attrahendo, 6s. In virgis colligendis, 35. ^d. In wallura fadenda, 
zs. 8d. In caumia colligenda, los. In mercede cooperarii, 41. In 
muro adimplendo, i2d. In pariete faciendo de virgis supra cursum 
aque, 6d. In virgis colligendis ad spemas [sic], 8d. In plang(ero) 
faciendo, Sd. Summa: £y zs. i^. 

Summa lit>erationis et expense: £13 los. ^\d. 
Et debet iios. lo^. 

Walda» 

G(alfridiis) de Ac1(ent'], Adam serviens, Hugo prepositus 
leddunt compotum de 1145. lod, de gabulo assiso. 

In quietanciis i prepositi, 5S.; i haiwardi, 3s. ; 4 carucariorum, 
I2S. ; 4 operatorum per aimum, I2s. ; i fabri, i bercarii, 6s. ; i porcarii 
per dimidium annum, iSd. Summa: 39S. 6d. 

Summa remanens: 75S. ^d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 2s. o\d. de pannagio. De 2is. de 7 
bobus vivis venditis. De 15S. de 28 ovibus, z multonibus vivis 
venditis. De 45. ^d. de coriis 3 boum mortuorum venditis. De 14S. yd. 

' Tbe beading ia written along the same line ic MS. as the preceding entry. 

* The left-hand margin of the appended piece of parchment ia so najrow, 
that this heading ia written in the text with nothiag to diatinguish it from the 
entriea which precede and follow it. The 'Libentio' beading has be«n omitted 
altf^ether. 

» See p. loa, n. i. 



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150 THE PIPB ROLL OF THE BISHOFRIC OF WINCHESTER 

de pellibus 33 ovium, 12 multonum, i hoggetti, 125 agDorum mor- 
toOTum venditis. De i8d. de i petra agnine lane vendita. De lod. de 
coiiis 2 avrorum raortuonim. Oe gs. ^d. de t pondere et quarta parte 
pcmderis casei venditis. Stimma: 68s. y^.^ 

Idem reddunt compotum de 58S. 6d. de 28 quarteriis 3 bossellis 
frumenti venditis. De 6s. 8d. de 5 quarteriis mancomi venditis. De 
3$. ^d. de 2 quarteriis dimidio oidei venditis. Summa: 6Ss. 6d. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de Sd. de Roberto Audoeni pro pastuta. 
De dd. de Willelmo Bove pro simili. De i2d. de Turkil pro similL De 
i2d. de Vemiwe. De65. de Gervasiode Harmode. De iSd. de Willelmo 
de Harmode pro bosco. De 6d. de widua [sic\ de Haiwode pro simiU. 
De 6d. de Willelmo Bonservant. De i8d. de Ailwardo. De 20s. de 
Henrico Havekere pro stultiloquio. De 2S. de Henrico Vemiwe pro 
terra patris habenda. Summa: 35S. 2d. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 40S. receptis de H(t^one] preposito 
Suttone. De 40S. de J(ohamie?) preposito Cheritone. De 40S. de 
0{sbert) preposito de Alresford. Summa: £6. 

Summa totius recepte: £18 ys. ^Ji. 

Liberaiio* 

In liberatis J(ohanni) decano, 26S. ^d. 



In feTTamentis 3 carretarum apud Waldam, 2 apud Pmvet [sic], 
i6s. 2^.* In ferramentis avrorum, 45. ^. In bercaria reparanda, et 
cooperienda, 3S.?* gd, In fossata et sepe circa tiercariam faciendis, 
2S. 9^. In 3 paribus rotarum factis de meremio Episcopi, i8d, In 
lotis ad plaustra faciendis, gd. In paronis, paronellis, sellis, baciis, 
capistris, sepo ad bigas, et eisdem axandis, 2S. 31J. In camca facta, et 
lotis emptis ad idem, 17«^. In 5 quarteriis frumenti emptis ad semen, 
12S. jd. In triturandis et ventilandis 24 quarteriis fmmenti; in 
triturandis et ventilandis 28 quaiteriis mancomi, 5s, lOi^ In tri- 
turandis et ventilandis 60 quarteriis dimidio avene, 8s. g^. In clatis 
factis ad faldam, 13^. In precaiiis hyemahbus et quadiagesimaUbus 
30 carmcarum, 55. In 8 quaiteiiis ordei emptis, 23S. 6d, In blado 
claudendo apud Waldam, 2S. In eisdem [sic] sarclandis, 5s. In blado 

> The rigbt hand margm of the membrane U tom at this point, partly 
obUterating the 'ob' sign. 

■ OriginaUy 171. tid. The Uat stroke of XVII haa been cnsed. 
* Of the three strokes {sie III), two are possibly obliteiuted by a blot; only 
ooe remains legibie. 



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THE PIFE SOLL OP THE BISHOPRIC OF WIHCHESTBK 15I 

sarclando apud Prevet, 43. 2ii. In expeosis G(erva^) venatoris, 
W(illelim) Wdecoc proxitna ebdomada post Trinitatem per 3 dies, 
4s. loif. In expensis eonundem, et aliorntn plurium per 2 dies ante 
festum Sancti I^urentii, &s. gd, In sarpeleriis ad lanam, izd. In 
eadem caiianda apud Londoniam, igd.^ 

M, g. Dorse. 

In porta reparanda, ^d. In blado metendo apud Waldam, 
785. iid. InbladometendoapudPrevet, 475. 8if. Inprecariisautump- 
nalibus, 2s. ^d. In custo daerie, 151^. In mercede fabri pro ferra* 
mentis caxucaium parandis, 25. ^d. In i sacco empto, jd. In libera' 
tione Ade servientis per annum, 6os. lotf. In stipendiis 5 famulorum 
apud Waldam, 2 apud Prevet, 2is. ; daie, 2S. ; i porcarii per dimidium 
annura, i&d. ; i herciatoris apud Prevet per i terminum, 64. Summa: 
£17 os. 15K' 

Summa liberationis et expense: £18 75. ^Jrf. Et quietus est. 

Exilus Grangic 

Idem reddimt compotum de 47 quarteriis t bnssello de exitu 
fnimenti. De 17 quarteriis dimidio 2 bussellis remanentibus anno 
preterito apud Waldam. De g remanentibus apud Prevet. De 5 
postea emptis. In semine 170 acrarum, 50 quarteria dimidium. In 
supravenditis, 28 quarteria 3 busselli. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 28 quarteriis de toto exitu mancomi. 
De 7 quarteriis dimidio de curallo, frumento. De 23 quaiteriis 
remanentibus anno preterito. In semine 60 acrarum, 20 quarteria 
dimidium. In conredio 5 famulorum, 22 quarteria dimidium; daie, 4 
quarteria; i porcarii per dimidium annum, 3 quarteria 2 busselli. In 
porcis pascendis, 2 quarteria 2 busselli. In consuetudine bercarii, i 
quarterium. In venditis, 5 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 8 quarteriis ordei emptis. De 4 
receptis de Alresford. In semine 6 acranun, 2 quarteria. In conredio 
famulorum, 10 quarteria. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 232 quaiteriis de toto exitu avene. 
De 9 quarteriis curalli, frumenti et mancomi. Summa: 241. In 
semine 214 acrarum, 109 quarteria dimidium. In prebenda avrorum, 
28 quarteria. In bobus pascendis, 16 quarteria. In missis ad Sut- 
tonam, 87 quarteria per 2 tallias. In prebenda G(ervasii?), et W(ill- 
elmi) Wdecoc proxima ebdotnada post Trinitatem, dimidium 
quarterium. 

■ The names of the manors vbose accounts are entered on this membrane 
ore written in capitals on the tongue ol th« membrane. They ore: Snttona; 
Alresford; Walda; Snwerke, Molendinum de Snwerke; Hinisterium Wintonie. 

* A figure X', written before the fignre XVII, has been eraaed. 



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I5Z THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Exiitts Grangie de Prevet 

Idetn reddunt compotum de 27 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
mancomi. De 9 remanentibus anno preterito. In semine 80 acrarum, 
26 quarteria dimidium. In conredio famulomm, 10 quarteria. 

Idem Teddunt compotum de 7 quarteriis ordei remanentibus anno 
pieterito. In conredio 2 famulorum, 3 quarteria; i herciatoris, l 
quarterium dimidium. In venditis, 2 quarteria dimidium. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 115 quarteriis de toto exitu avene. 
De 6 quarteriis dimidio curalli, mancomi. In semine 100 acranun, 51 
quarteria dimidium. In prebenda 2 avromm, 14 quarteria. In bobus 
pascendis, 5 quarteria. In missis apud Wlveseiam, 30 quarteria per 
2 tallias. In dono Episcopi Roberto de Hotot, 12 quarteiia. In 
liberatis preposito de Alresford, 9 quarteria. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddunt compotum de 4 avris remanentibus anno preterito. 
De 4 receptis de Suttona. In mortuis, 2. Et remanent 6. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 63 bobus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De i de testamento Willebni Vemiwe. In vivis venditis, 7. 
In mortuis, 3. Et remanent 54. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 226 ovibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. In vivis venditis, 28. In mortuis ante partum, 5; post 
partum et ante tonsionem, 28. Et remanent 165. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 149 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. In vivis venditis, 2. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 3; post 
tonsionem, 5. In precariis autumpnalibus, 4. Et remanent 135. 

Idem reddunt compotum de i hoggetto lemanente anno preterito, 
agno. In mortuo, i. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 178 agnis proventis hoc anno de 
instauro, quia 9 oves fuenmt steriles, et 6 fecemnt aborsum. In 
decima, 17. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In mortuis ante tonsiooem, 
121 : post tonsionem, 4. Et remanent 35. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 10 porcis receptis de Alresford. De 
12 proventis de eisdem. In decima, i. In consuetudine porcarii, i. 
Et remanent 20, unde 3 sunt sues, i verres, 6 porci superannati, 10 
juniores. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 309 velleribus grossis. In dedma, 31. 
In consuetudine bercarii, i. In missis apud Londoniam, 277, que 
fecenmt i pondus dimiditun 4 clavos. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 165 caseis, qui inceperunt fieri die 

Ltme proxima post festum Tiburcii et Valeriani,^ et desierunt die 

Sancti Michaelis. In decima, 16. In consuetudine daie, l. In con- 

panagio sarclature, 2. In precariis autumpnalibus, 18. In e 

> April 16. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5H0PKIC OF WINCHESTER 153 

G(ervasii?) et W{illelmi Wdecoc?) venatorum, i. In supravenditis, 
127, qui fecerunt 1 pondus et quartam partem ponderis. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 39 velleribus agninis. In supra- 
venditis, totum, quod fecit i petram. 

Idem reddunt compotum de 13 gallinis de cheriset. In missis 
apud Meredunam, omnes. 

Idem reddunt compotum de lo aucis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. In mortuis per vulpes, 4. Et remanent 6. 



SUWERKE^ 

J(ohannes) serviens reddit compotum de £14 de gabulo assiso. 

Idem reddit compotum de 26s. 8d. de herba in prato vendita. De 
los. <jd. de salicibus venditis. De los. 6d. de ramillis. De 26d. de 
porettis, De 6s. de oleribus. De 22d. de urticis, De 2is. de fnictu 
gardini. De 35. yd, de stramento. De i6s. yd. de 2 ponderibus i clavo 
casei venditis. De 6s. de 2 porcis venditis. Summa:* (1055. irf.).' 

Vmditus bladi aule et manerii 

Idem reddit compotum de ySs. de 26 quarteriis ordei venditis. 
De 79S. 2d. de 23 quarteriis de eodem. Summa: {157S. 2rf.).* 

Idem reddit compotum de £25 i8s. de 150 quarteriis frimienti de 
exitu molendini. De 6s. 8d. de 4 quarteiiis mestiloms de eodem. 
Summa: £26 4s. 8d. 

Vendiius bladi /orinseci 

Idem leddit compotum de 1045. de 32 quarteriis frumenti 
forinseci. De £17 i8s. ^d, de 100 quarteriis frumenti. De 71S. 8d. de 
20 quarteriis frumenti. De £11 175. 8d. de 62 quarteriis frumenti. 
De £10 de 50 quarteiiis. De £15 ys. ^d, de 79 quarteriis frumenti. De 
£10 ijs. 5^. de 55 quarteriis frumenti. De £20 de 100 quarteriis. 
De £15 5s. 6d, de 78 quarteriis. De £6 i8s. de 36 quarteriis. De 
£25 i6s. de 129 quarteriis. De £9 i8s. de 44 quarteiiis. Summa: 

£152 I2S. 

Idem reddit compotum de £8 I2s. 8d, de 56 quarteriis mestilonis 
venditis. De £6 los. 8d. de iio quarteriis avene venditis. 
Summa bladi forinsed: (£167 15S. ^d.).* 

* 'i clavo casei . . . Snmma:' 13 «ritten in the rigbt hond ma^in of the 
roembrane. 

■ The total has been omitted in MS. 

* The total baa been omitted, but a line haa been left bl&nk in the MS. as 

if tbe intention had been to £11 in the totals later. 



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154 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Liheraiio 

In liberatis mercatcnibus Bolonie, £40; Roberto de Roldngeham, 
2 marce; RaduUo Aswi, 20 maice; Galfrido de Cauz pro expensa 
legati, £21 os. 4\d. In 3 tonellis vini emptis per R(ogenmi) Wace- 
linmn et Alvredum, £7 2S. lod.; GalMdo clerico, £4 pro 3 tonellis 
vini ; Henrico de Sancto Albano, £28. Cuidam mercatori Burdavensis, 
£10 pro 6 tonellis vioi. In expensis magistri Fantulfi^ per 2 dies, 
22j. iid. In s ulnis dimidia de viride, 13S. 4^. In i pentila, 55. id., 
ad opus* cuiusdam militis de Roma.* In 4 ujnis de bumetta, 9$. 8d, 
ad opus Godefridi clerid, Summa: £127 75. yd. 

Exptnsa Manerii 

In Uberatis monachis de Beimtmdeseia, £8. la Uberatione 
J{obamus) servientis, 6os. lo^ In liberatione gardinarii, 455. In 
stipendio euisdem, 55. In amira 12 aciarum dimidie, 6s. 31^. In 
plumbo facto in coquina, T.^\i. In clavis ad idem, id. In 3 quaiteriis 
«iliginia emptis ad semen, ys. In teira hercianda, ^. In 3 quarteriis 
frumenti emptis ad semen, 9S. In 3 aciis aiandis ad pisas, iBd. In i 
quarterio pisarum empto ad semen, 451/.* In eadem terra herdanda, 
id. In seris, zd. In saUdbus secandis, 45. In i sera ad cellarium, ^. 
Cuidam cooperatori per 3 dies, gi. In i biga, 2s, o^. In 35 acris 
prati falcandis,' los. zd. In feno levando et ponendo in giangia, 
13S. $d. In aiena, zid. In 3 peitids muri fadendis, l8(f. In calce 
et sablone* ad poitam apud molendinum parandam, <jd. Cuidam 
cementario, (>d. In blado ponendo in grangia, 2s. iid. In alliis et 
scalonibus emptis ad plantandum, ibd. In 2 libris oinunnett' \sic\, 
6d. In vinutis, 151^. In porettis, 2\d. In fabis plantandis, id. In 
wilda fodienda, 45. In i galone de cholet, ^/d- Cuidam tegulario, 2d. 
In triturandis et ventilandis 51 quarteriis ordei, 171^ In claustura 
empta, W, Summa: £17 8s. 8^^. 

' This may be a reference to Pandtilf cardinalAleacoa, who, as papal 
representative, met John at Northampton on the 29 or 30 of Augnst 1211 in 
an attempt to negotiate a settlement of the long ontstanding dispute betwcen 
king and pope over the succession to the see of Canterbury. See C. R. Cheney, 
'The All^ed Deposition of John', in Studiu in MedUval History Presenttd to 
F. M. Poiaicke, p. 102, and S. Fainter, Tkt Reign of Ktng John, p, 1S6 M seq. 
It is possibte tbat Pandulf stayed at Southwark on hia way to Northampton. 
If so, the expense of entertaining him wonld naturally be recoided in the roll 
for I3I0-II. 

' 'ad opus' ia interlineated. 

■ Posaibly a reference to Dnrand, the Knight Templai', who accompanied 
Pandulf OD his mission. 

* A letter 'S' bas been altered to foim the pence sign. 

* An erasure between the 'L' and 'c' of falcandis. 

* A Gnal 'i' has been eiased. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTER X55 
Expensa Molendini 

In 2 equis ad molendinum, 31$. In liberatione fratris Radulfi, 
30S. In stipendio z molendinaiii, 6s. In stipendiis 2 garciferorum, 8s. 
In draschia ad opus equorum, ys. In feno, 22d. In ferramentis 2 
equonun moleaduii per annum, 75. In i plancha, 6d. In i mola, 
27S. irf. In sepo et sapona, lojii. In nmgis et coggis, 9^. In acero ad 
martellos molendini, %d. In mercede fabri per annum, iod. Item in 
rungis et coggis, j^d. In alvis ad rotam molendini, 41J. In i clato ad 
molendinum, 2\i. Item in nmgis et coggis, 3S. 2^. In sepo et sapona 
ad molendinum, 16^. In seris ad molendinum, &j. In sepo ad 
molendinum, ^. In rungis et co^is, 2od. In 2 capistris, ^. Summa: 
£6 iis. 5H 

Expensa Forinseca 

Id expensis Roberti de Hotot veoientis ad scaccarium ad festum 
Sancti Michaelis per 6 dies, 6s. tod. In expensis G(regorii) capellaoi, 
P(etri) Russinol, Dionisii quando remanent post Episcopum [sic] ad 
festum Sancti Fauli, los. ^d. In equo Silvestri capellani marscallando, 
i2d. In expensis R(ogeri) Wacelini, gd. In expensis R(oberti) de 
Hotot venientis ad scaccarium ad festum Sancti Hillaiii, 8s. per 5 
dies. In lana removenda et eligenda, 35. 6d. In saccis suendis, ^{4. 
In canabo ad saccas, 45. In brocha, id. In filo, z^. In velo ad batel- 
lum Episcopi. 35. In cordis et fiUs ad idem, iid. In amigdalis, figuis, 
reisinis portandis apud Wintoniam, i6d. In capistro equi R(obertt) 
de Hotot, 2d. In planchiis eiusdem, 8d. In amigdalis, figuis, cera 
portandis apud Wintoniam, 2S. In 12 saccts de lana ponendis in 
nave, 2s. In potura leporarionim Episcopi per 8 ebdomadas, gs. ^d. 
In expensis magistri Alexandri perendinantis apud Suwerke pro 
Roberto de Tumebam per 11 dies, 155. 3^. In potura leporariorum, 
et cuiusdam garciferi domini Regis per 15 dies, ^id. Item in potura 
eorumdem, Sd. In roba archidiaconi Wintonie portanda ad Redinge, 
141^. In eadem' portanda ad locum novum, 6d. In vadio Willelmi 
Coci aquieto, 75. 6d. In porcis necandis, 8d. In sale ad idem, 2d. In 3 
tonellis vini decarcandis, 2s. In clatis ad ponendum sub lana, 22d. 
In 6 tonellis vini discaxcandis, 4S. In 2 ensibus furbitis emptis apud 
Walliam, 6rf. In Uteris [sic] portandis comiti Auberico, J(ohanm) 
filio Hugonis ex parte Episcopi, iiii. In literis domini Regis por- 
tandis* ad Episcopum, '^d. In 2 tonellis discarcandis, 16^. In habena 
et strilla ad equimi Episcopi, 3^. In expensis magistri R(oberti) 
Basset per 2 dies, 35. In wranga et kivillis ad batellum, 8^. In 
clavis, sepo, pice ad idem, 2s. old. In pellibus, 2d. In bordis, ^d; 
marinariis, i8d. In 2 bussellis pids, 6d. RaduUo nuncio precepto 

' 'eadeni' is badljr ■mndged in MS. 

■ An eisstuTQ betw«eii tbe 'r' and 't' in 'portandis'. 



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156 THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Episcopi, i8d. In i tonello discarcando ad opos ardudiaconi Wm- 
tonie, 3^.^ In expensis magistri R(oberti) de Arene per 3 dies, 
6s. o\d. In 24 baconibus portandis ad Lovintonam, 35. In 20 baconi- 
bns portandis ad Femham, 20i. In expensis Pedekin a festo Sancti 
Johannis Baptiste usque ad festum Sancti Michaelis, 75. 6d. In 
expensis R(oberti) de Hotot venientis ad scaccarimn ad festum 
Sancti Hichaelis per 3 dies, 4;. iid. In expensis eiusdem per Z2 dies, 
i6s. 7d. In expensis magistri R(oberti) Basset per 4 dies, 55. 4^. In 
IZ2 quarteriis trumenti discarcandis, 22^. In 30 quarteriis frumenti* 
decarcandis, et 13 quarteriis mestilonis, 17 quarteriis avene, i^Jii. 
In 100 quarteriis frumenti decarcandis, 2od. In 123 quartmis 
frumenti et mestilonis decarcandis, 26d. In 175 quarteriis avene 
decarcandis, 31. In loz quarteriis frumenti decarcandis, 2od. In 56 
quarteriis frumenti decarcandis, 37 quarteriis avene, igd. In 129 
quarteriis frumenti, 21 quarteriis avene decarcandis, 3od. In 78 
quarteriis frumenti decarcandis, i6d. In 66 quarteriis frumenti 
decarcandis, i^id. In 76 quarteriis frumenti decarcandis, I5ii. In 25 
quarteriis frumenti decarcandis, 5d. In i tonello vini decarcando, 8d. 
Summa: £8 zs. lod. 

Summa totius expense: £32 3S. 
Summa totius liberationis et expense: ^£159 los. yd. 
£t debet £61 17$. 2d. Et preterea debet de anno preterito £46 los. 
Inferius respondet in expensa supra molinum. 

Exilus Grangie 

Idem reddit compotum de 51 quarteriis de exitu ordei. In 
supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddit compotum de 447 quarteriis frumenti receptis de 
Brihtewella per 7 tallias. De loz quarteriis receptis de Harewella per 
I talliam. De 229 quarteriis receptis de Wicumbe per 2 tallias.* De 
128 quarteriis dimldio receptis de Weregrave per 4 tallias. Summa: 
905 quarteria dimidium. In expensis domini Episcopi per Phiiippum 
de Croperie, 106 quarteria; per Matheum Ace, 8 quarteria. In supra- 
venditis, 785 quaiteria,* 

Idem reddit compotum de 56 quarteriis dimidio mestilonis 
receptis de Weregrave per 2 dicas. In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddit compotum de 192 quarteiiis avene receptis de 
Weregrave per 2 tallias. De 68 quarteriis receptis de Wicumbe per 
3 tallias. Summa: 250.* In liberatis G(alfrido) marescallo, Z2 quar- 

> OriginaUy 8^., but tbe 'v' of VIII hos been erased. 
■ 'fnimenti' is interlineated. 
' 'per 2 tallias' is interlineated. 

* According to tbese figures 6^ qtn. of wheat still remain. 

* The correct total is z6o qtrs. 



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THE PIPE BOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WIKCHESTEK 157 

teria 6 busselli, per i taJliam; Roberto marescallo, 34 quaiteria 
dimidium per i talliam. Item eidem per i talliam, 75 quarteria. In 
prebenda R(oberti) de Hotot per 6 ebdomadas, 2 quarteria dimidium. 
In prebenda Silvestri capeUaJii, 3 quariieria dimidium. In prebenda 
Matbei et Dionisii, dimidium quarterium. In prebenda R(ogeri) 
Wacelini, dimidium quarterium. In prebenda i equi Episcopi a 
quindecim diebus ante festum Sancti Johannis usque ad festum 
Sancti Michaelis, 6 quarteria i bussellus. In prebenda R. caretarii 
venientis pro baconibus, 5 busselli. In prebenda Johannis de la 
Charitte, et Conseilardi per 3 septimanas, 3 quarteria. In prebenda 
Dionisii, et Rogeri de Andeli venientium pro coopertorio domini 
Episcopi, dimidium quarterium. In supravenditis, iio quarteria. 

Idem reddit compottun de 16 porcis receptis de Wicumbe. De 122 
baconis emptis ab Justiciario. De i bacono dimidio remanentibus 
anno preterito. Summa: 139 dimidius baconi.* In hberatis G(aIfrido) 
de Luviers, et Stephano clerico, 104 baconi pei 3 taUias. In expensis 
G(regorii) capellani, P(etri) Russinol, Dionisii, i baconus dimidius. 
In iiberatis Stephano derico, 14. In venditis, 2.* 

Idem reddit compotum de 128 caseis receptis de Weregrave, qui 
fecerunt 2 pondera 25 clavos. In expensis Episcopi, 12 qui fecerunt 
24 clavos. In supravenditis, 2 pondera i clavus. Quiet(us est). 

Idem reddit compotum de 60* gallinis receptis de Wer^rave. 
De 45* receptis de Wicumbe. In hberatis Stephano clerico per i 
talliam, 70. In expensis G(regorii) capellani, P(etri) Russinol, 12. 
Item hberatis Stephano clerico, 24 per i taUiam. Quiet(us est).' 

MOLENDINUM DE SUWERKE» 

Johannes serviens de Suwerke reddit compotum de £40 receptis 
de J(ohanne) decano. De loos. receptis de Gregorio capellano. De 
30S. receptis de Henrico de Sancto Albano. Et de £61 17S. 2d. de 
leragio compoti huius anni. Summa: £108 75. zd. 

Expensa primi molmdini 

In fossatis curandis, et sede primi molendini fadenda per manum 
Willelmi Barat, £27 os. g^. In emptionibus et minutis expensis 
eiusdem, i02s. In carpentaria eiusdem, £18 2S. o^. Summa: 
150 4s. Tod. 

' Sic in MS. for '139 bacani dimidius'. 
' According to these Ggures 18 flibdies stiU remain. 
> OrisinaUy 62. but of the LXXXII, the final XXII bave been erased. 
• The 45 is written over an erasure. 

' According to the ^pires given, 106 hens bave been disposed of, bnt tbe 
origiDal total was only 105. 



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158 THE PIPE ROLL OF THB BISHOPRIC OF WIMCHESTER 

Expensa ttovomm molendinorum^ 

In fossatis novorum molendinonim de oovo factis, £14 os. j^d. 
In emptionibus et minutis expensis eonimdem, £16 los. ^d. In 
caipentaria eorumdem, £33 os. gd. Smnma: £63 iis. 8^. 
Summa omnium molendinorum: £113 165. 6^ 
Et excedit misa recepta 109S. 4^. 

MlNISTERIUK WlKTONIE 

Ricardus capellanns reddit omipotum de £13 19S. 5^. de 
reragio anni preteriti. In liberatis J(ohanni) decano per 2 tallias, 
£12 iis. sjd. 

In defectu terre que fuit sacriste Saocti Swithuni de 3 annis, 
165. ^. In defectu terre que fuit Ricaidi de Hantona, 75. 6i. de 5 
annis. Super hospitale Sancte Cruds, 45. zd. Summa: £13 195. 5^. 
Et quiet(us est). 

Idem reddit compotum de io8s. 5^. de gabulo asdso extia 
Portam Orientalem. De 45S. 6d. de domibus et terris ibidem sohtis 
locari. Oe 41S. 2d. de gabulo assiso extra Portam Kingate. De 
31S. j\d.* de domibus et terris ibidem solitis locari. De 13S. 2d. de 
gabulo assiso in Helelane. De 26s. de gabulo assiso in Suvetvi- 
cherene. De i8d. de quadam teira que fuit in manu Episcopi. De 
13S. 3|f2. de gabulo assiso in Pailardesevichene. De 65. Sd. de quadam 
teira que fuit in manu Episcopi ibidem. De 30S. 301^. [sic] de gabulo 
assiso extra Foitam Australem. De 5s. lod. de gabulo assiso ante 
Portam Castelli. De iis. 6d. de gabulo assiso extra Portam Ocd- 
dentalem. De 275. ii^. de gabulo assiso extra Portam Borealem. 
De 75. W. de (Johanne?)' Cracis in Flesmangerestret, De zos. de 
domo que fuit in manu Ricardi Episcopi* ibidem locata Simoni 
clerico. De I2s. ii^. de gabulo assiso* in Wenegerestret. De I2s. id, 
de domo Alani que fuit in manu R(icardi) Episcopi.* De 15S. 6d. de 
gabulo assiso in Tannerestret. De 6s. de Mora extra murum hoc anno 
que est in manu Episcopi. De izi. de [ ] pute? idem in feodo 
R. [ ] per G(odefridum) Episcopum' [ ] (in Buckestret?),' 
De 5s. de gabulo assiso in Colbrokestret. De 17S. ^d. de gabulo assiso 

' The headiug ia paxtly obliterated by a tear in the left-haud mArgia of th« 
membrane. 

* Possibly 311. yd., the figures in MS. are badly blotted. From this point to 
the foot of the membrane, M5. is badly discoloured aud weU rnbbed. I^its of 
the text are completely illogible, and are here indicated by [ ]. 

* Tbe MS. is heavily stained and mbbed at this point. 

* RichaTd of llchester (or Toclive) was biahop of Winchester 1174-S8, 
See D.N.B., XVI, 1080-83, and Le Neve, FasH Eeelesiae Anglicaiw, III, 7-8. 

* Godfrey de Lucy was bishop of Winchester 11S9-1204. See D.N.B., XII, 
Z44-6, aad Le Neve, op. eii., III, 8. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 159 

in Magno Vico. Et [ ] domo de [ ] que est [ ] Johanties 
[ ] fuit in manu Episcopi. De 305. ^. de gabulo assiso in Gaistret. 
De (49$. o}^.?)^ de gabulo assiso apud Sperkefordam. De i&/. de 
[ ] terra Ricardi de H[ ] in [ ] buct? [ ]ndari. De 
[ ]. Summa: £27 i6s. %\i^ 

M.io. 

Exira Potiam OrierUalem: In quietanciis, et defectibus, et terris 
vastis: De terra ubi mansit Robertus Pache, z^., quia tradita 
(est)* cum Waltero plumbario in feodo pro 2od. per annum per 
G(odefridum)* Episcopum. De domibus, que fuerunt Reimundi,* 
redditis Gervasio in infirmitate R(icardi) Episcopi,* iis. &d. per 
ipsum Episcopum. De duabus teiris que fueiunt Willelmi Swift, I2if., 
quia tradite sunt in feodo Oi]garo et Waltero Tichere pro 2S. pei 
annum per G(odefridum) Episcopum. In defectu unius tene, quam 
Serlo filius Fagani tenuit, que est occupata fossato et barris dvitatis, 
I2d. In defectu terrarum ibidem redditarum Petro filio Reimundi per 
R(icaidura) Episcopum, 55$. &\d. De terra, quam Baldnis tenuit, 
que tradita est Rogero decano pro 2S. per Gfodefridum) Episcopum, 

2S. 

Extra Kingaie: In defectu terre, que fuit Angeri presbyteri, que 
est in manu Episcopi et vasta, 3s. De teiia Rogeri de Insula, de 
teiia Nicbolai Cole, de teiia Rohais, 8d., quia tradite sunt in feodo 
G(ilebeito) Flandiensi pio 20d. pei aimum per G(odefridum) Epis- 
copum. De teira magistri Hugonis medici, quam Episcopus Ricardus 
dedit ecclesie Sancti Mlchaelis, 2s. De tena que fuit Reginaldi Cobbe, 
que est in manu Episcopi, i^d., quia locata est hoc anno pro lod. In 
defectu domus ubi magister H(ugo) manere solebat, quam Epis- 
copus Ricaidus dedit (Henrico?)' arcbidiacono Cantuarie, lis. ^d., 
quia reddit inde 2S. de langabulo. 

/h Suvetvichene: In defectu trium tenarum, quas Ricardus 
medicus, et Azo, et Laurentius tenueiunt, redditarum J(ohanni) 
fiho Petri in infiimitate Episcopi Ricaidi pei ipsum Episcopum, 6s. 

> The MS. ia heavily sttuned and nibbed at thia poiat. 

* To the foot of the meinbiuiie only individual letters are occasion&lly 
decipbera.bte: for the most part the text is completely obliterated. 

■ Omitted in MS. 
•Seep. 158, n. 5. 

* Tbe word 'forins' {i.e. forinseca) appean in an inverted fbrm at this point, 
having been wiitten over a flaw in the left-hand margin of the dorae of the 
membrane. 

* See p. 158, n. 4. 

' The word has been so altered as to be almost unreadable. Heniy de 
Sanford was archdeacon of Canterbnry in 1203, and was elected to the 
bisbopric of Rochester in 1226. See Le Nev«, op. cU.. I. 38. 



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l6o THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOFSIC OF WINCHESTER 

In defectu i terre, que fuit eiusdem Petri, reddite J(ohanni), pre- 
dicto filio eius, 6d., per Episcopum Ricardum. 

In PaUardtstvichene: In defectu terre que Mt Jocelini pistoris, 
5$. zd; quia tradita est in feodo Osberto marcallo' pro i&f. per 
ann um per G(odefridmn) Episcopum. 

Extra Portam Australem: De 3 tems, quas Bertramus spedarius, 
Willelmus, Alvredus filius Boie tenuenmt, redditis J(ohanni) fllio 
Petri in infiimitate Episcopi Ricardi per ipsum Episcopum, 6s. De 
terra Rogeri de Tichebume que est in manu Episcopi, t^., quia 
locata est hoc anno Ricardo aurifabro, pro 6d. 

Ante Porlam CastelU: De terra Thome Oisun, 5(2., que est in 
manu Episcopi et vasta. 

Exlra Portam Borealem: De 3 terris iuxta fossatum que sunt in 
manu Episcopi, lod. De terra Edgari que est in manu Episcopi et 
vasta, 7j(i. De terra Alide de Diva data Willelmo filio Reginaldi per 
Episcopum Ricardum, 45. 6d. De terra Osbert Haddere reddita 
R(oberto) Maudut per Episcopum Ricardum, 6d. In defectu eiusdem 
terre, zd.. quia est in manu Episcopi et vasta. De terra Roberti 
Cuppinge que est in manu Episcopi et vasta, id. De terra Willebni 
de Ponte que est in manu Episcopi et vasta, 141^. 

/« FUsmangerestret: De domo, quam Symon dericus tenuit, 
reddita J(ohaimi) fiho Petri in infirmitate Episcopi Ricardi, 195. ^. 
per ipsum Episcopum. 

/» Wenegereslret: De domo Alani de Inglesham que reddita est 
ddem per Ricardum Episcopum, 55. 6d. In defectu terre Templari- 
orum, 6d., donec Episcopus inde aliud predpiat, quia est in volun- 
tate domini Episcopi. 

/n Tatinerestret: De terra Margarete de Godestowe que est in 
manu Episcopi et vasta, 6d. 

In Magno Vico :' De terra, quam Martinus ia Martre tennit, que 
fuit in itianu Episcopi modo reddita hospitali Sancte Cruds per 
Episcopum Ricardum, 13S. ^d. De teira Alide de Diva, quam 
Johannes merdrius* tenuit, data Wllelmo filio Reginaldi per Epis- 
copum Ricardum, 43. De domo de Neubrigge, que fuit in manu 
Episcopi, data Fulconi Lepori per Episcopum Ricardum, i6s. 4^. 

In Colbrokestret: In defectu 2 terrarum redditarum ibidem Petro 
filio Reineri per Episcopum Ricardum, 35. 

/m Garstret: De terra que fuit Amoldi Herefast, 41^., quia tradita 
est in feodo Philippo Croc pro 6d. per annum per G(odefridum) 
Episcopum. In defectu dusdem terre que est in manu Episcopi et 

' Possibly a mis-spelling o£ 'mariscallo'. 

' The heading is written partly in capital letters, not iu the left-hand margin 
of the membiane, but in the text itself . 
' Possibly a mis-speUiog of 'm 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF WINCHESTER l6l 

vasta, 6d. De teixa WiUelmi militis, quam H(eiiriciis?) de Luverez 
tenuit, I2d., quia tradita est in feodo G(ilberto) de Sancta Cnice pro 
2s. per aimum per Episcopum Ricardum. De teiTci que fuit vidue 
Picardi, que est in manu Episcopi et vasta, yd. In defectu terre 
quam Johannes faber tenuit, y^d., quia est in manu Episcopi. In 
defectu terre sacriste Sancti Swithuni, 45. id., quia est in manu 
Episcopi hoc anno, 

Apud Sperkefordam: In defectu terre ubi Agene mansit, et terre 
Osberti que fuerunt in manu Episcopi, iid., quia tradite sunt in 
feodo Nigello pro 2s. per aimum per G(odefridum) Episcopum. In 
defectu terre Ricardi de Hantona, iM., quia est in manu Episcopi 
bocaimo. 

Sununa quietandarum et defectuum: ^9 9$. lo^. 
Summa remanens: £18 6s. 5^. 

Idem reddit compotum de i8s. de ministerio rotarum. De 6s. Srf. 
de brugabulo^ extra Portara Orientalem. De 30^. de brugabulo* 
extra Kingate. De lod. extra Portam AustraJem de eodem. De 151/. 
in Garstret de eodem. De lod. extra Portam Occidentalem de eodem. 
De I5rf. extra Portam Borealem de eodem. De i^d. in Wengarestret 
[sic] de eodem. De lod. in Taimeiestret de eodem. De 2s. apud 
Sperkefordam de eodem. Summa: 355. 5^. 

Idem reddit compotum de zos, de aquagio molendini de hos- 
pitale. De 20s. de aquagio* molendini Jocelini fratiis Eegine. De 
20S. de aquagio molendini WiUelmi de Mohun. De 20s. de aquagio 
molendini abbatisse. Summa: £4, 

De Purchasiis 

Idem reddit compotum de 6s, de Waltero Curi pro reragio terre 
sue in Suvetvichene de 3 annis. 

Idem reddit compotum de 2s. de Radulfo Tune pro mellea. De 
X2d. de Godefrido Toch pro simili. De I2<i. de Serlone Winter pro 
simili. De 2s. de Ada Portreve pro simili. De i2d. de Galfrido Blake- 
mann pio simili. De 6d. de Margareta pro simili. De 6d. de vidua 
Turpini, quia non venit ad diem suam. De 6d. de Stephano pistore* 
pro lege lelaxata. De 6d. de Radulfo Peet pro mellea. De 6d. de 
Tboma Cnust pro simili. De 6d. de Eva pro simili. De i2d. de Waltero 
pannentario pro simill. De i2d. de Waltero, socio eius, pro simih. 
De 6d. de Johanne pro simili. De 2s. de Gunnora, quia non habuit 
filium suum quem plegagium. De 6d. de Reimundo pro eodem. De 
6d. de Willelmo Hendi pro eodem. De izd. de Brokere pro mellea. 
De 6d. de Rogero Neuler pro cervisia facta contra assisam. De I2d. 
de Henrico Priore pro i terra emenda in Monte Sancti Egidii. De izd. 

' Sic in MS. for 'burgabulo'. 

■ 'aquagio' is interlineated. * 'pistore' is interlineated. 



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z62 THE PIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOPRIC OF WIHCHESTER 

de Edmtindo pro eadem vendenda. De I2d. de Hawisia pro domo 
suo' in WangeFestret vendita. De t2d. de Simone pro eadem emenda. 
Summa: 2is. 

Gersumaferie 

Idem reddit compotmn de 4S. de Ricardo carpetitario pFO 2 
terris tenendis in Monte Sancti Egidii. De 25. de Stephano Gric pro 
I terra ibidem. Item de 45. de Ricardo carpentario pro z terris 
tenendis ibidem. De 4^. de Alexandro Ansgod pro 2 terris ibidem. De 
45. de Briano pro 2 tems ibidem. De 4S. de Roberto de Sancta Maria 
pro 2 terris ibidem. De 2s. de Thoma Silvestri pro i terra ibidem. De 
25. de Henrico Silvestri pro i terra ibidem. De 25. de Johanne pisca- 
tore pro i terra ibidem. De 45. de Henrico Priore pro 2 terris ibidem. 
De 25. de Bartholomeo de Walingeforda pro i terra ibidem. De 2s. de 
Henrico Priore pro l terra ibidem. De zs. de Hugone Oisun pro l 
terra diraidia tenendis per annum pro 35. Summa: 385. 
Summa totius recepte: £27 6s. lod. 

LiberaHo 

In liberatis J(ohanni} decano, £4 14S. 
Expensa 

In reparatione ferie, £6 13$. 31^. In liberatione Ricardi capellani, 
535. 4d. In solido Willebni et Ysaac servientium per aimum, los. In 
obligatione eorumdem, 4^. In parchamento per annum, ^d. In 
aquietantia domini Episcopi versus Ricardum de Crekelade de 
teiragio extra Portam Orientalem, 2s. In aquietantia Episcopi 
versus coquinarium Sancti Swithuni extra Kingate, yd. In aquiet- 
antia domini Episcopi versus Henricum de Garstret de terragio 
extra Fortam Australem, ^d. In quietancia domini Episcopi versus 
dominum Regem in Bukestret, lod. In quietantia domini Episcopi 
versus Willehnum Beaupeignie de terragio extra Portam Borealem, 
2S. 

Summa totius expense: £10 25. iid. 
Summa totius Uberationis et expense: £14 i6s. iid. 
Etdebet£i29s. itrf.; et posteai maxcam, queestsuperR^inaldum 
capellanum, quam recepit de terra Gervasii Gaubert. 

Tantonia 

W(illebnus) de Sorewella reddit compotum de £51 l6s. S^. de 
reragio anni preteriti, unde £g 65. 8d. sunt de fine Sancti IHuri, et 
605. super T(homa) de Fluri. 

' Sic in MS. for 'sua'. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 163 

Idem reddit compotum de £130 13S. lolif. de gabulo assiso de 
Uppelande. Et de 35. lod. de incremento huius aimi cum quibusdam 
finriis, et cum furlingo terra de Bruges. Et de 465. yd. de gabuki 
assiso de La Milelande. Summa: £133 45. s^d. 
In quietanciis: 

Apud Hol (TPeiam) : 6 camcariorum per annum, ys. 6d. ; 6 operari- 
orum, js. 6d. ; fabri per annum, i^d. ; bedelli, 6d. ; 13 aliorum operari- 
oTum, 3s. yl. 

Apud Corf:^ In quietandis i carucarii, bedelli, 8 operariorum 
per annum, 20s. 

Apud Pund{UsJordam) : (In quietanciis)' l carucarii, bedelli per 
annum, 2s,6d.;^ operariorum, 6s. 3^., quia 2 operarii tracti sunt in 
parcum ; et 4 aiiorum operariorum, 2s. 6d. 

Apud Trendle: In quietanciis 2 carucariorum, bedelli, 35. ^.; 7 
operarionim, 2id. 

Apud HuUe: In quietanciis 2 caiucariorum, bedelli per annum, 
35. gd.; 8 operariorum, 2s. 

Apud Staplc: In quietandis 2 carucariorum, bedelU per annum, 
3S. grf. ; 7 operariorum, I2s. 3^. 

Apud Nailifisburnam): In quietandis l carucaiii, bedelli, 35.; 
4 operariorum, 8s. 

Apud Ful{efordam) : In quietanciis 2 carucariorum, bedelli, 
5s.6d.;6 operariorum, i2s. 

Apud Ki»g{estoHam) : In quietanciis i carucarii, 35.;' bedelli, 
2s.6d.;6 operarionun, 6s. 

Apud Otriford: In quietanciis 2 carucariorum, i operarii, 3s. 91J. 

Apud Watelegam: In quietanciis operationum ex antlquo, 6s. jd. 
Summa: £6 8s. lod. 
Itt defectu terre Swift tracte in dominicum apud Hol(weiam), i2d. 
In defectu terre Roberti de Lega, 8s. 6d. In defectu terre de Capella 
que modo est in manu Episcopi, los. lod. 

Apud Pund(lesfordam) : In defectu terre tracte in parcum, 
15S. g^d. ; 2 operarii tracti* in parcum hoc arnio, 2s. 6d. 

Apud Stapie : In defectu 2 bordellonun tractorum in dominicum, 
lU. 

Apud NaiUsb{urnam) : In defectu 2 bordellorum tractorum in 
dominicum, 2s. 

Apud FuUfordam: In defectu curtillagii tracti in dominicum, 6d. 

Apud King{esionam) : In defectu terre et mohni' Roberti 

' Written as Corl' in MS, » Omitted in MS. 

* The 3s. is inteilineated. 

' '(In defectn) terre 2 operarionim tiacte in parcum . . .', seems to huIm 
better aense in ttas context. 
' Sic in MS. for 'molendini*. 



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164 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Manselli, 45. 7^. quod R(icardus) Episcopus reddidit ei ante mortem 
suam. 

Apud Otriford: Pro dominico elargando, 6s. ^JJ. In defectu terre 
de Pikestona date B. filio Gal(tridi) in excambium* de Corf, de 
Nail(esbuma), Ful(eforda) per R^icardum) Episcopum, 455.' 

Apud Fidoch: In defectu terre reddite Jordano de Fidocb, 
35. iid. In defectu teire de Bniges per W. Briwere, 3S. 
Summa: io6s. ^\i. 
Sununa quietanciarum et defectuum: £il 15S. J^. 
Summa remanens: £121 8s. M. 

BUTgUS 

Idem reddit compotum de l^i 8s. ^. de finna bui^ hoc anno. 
De 2d. de incremento gabuli boc anno. Sununa: £41 8s. ^. 

Firma MoUnomm' 

Idem reddit compotum de 4S. ii^. de firma molini de Corf boc 
anno, quod Willelmus tenet, quia cessavit fere per 3 terminos anni. 
Et de loos. de firma mol(endinorum) de Kpmemstre et Trendle que 
Willelmus tenet. Et de 6os. de firma mol(endinorum) de Ful(eforda) 
et Kiiig(estona) que Adam clericus tenuit. Et de 30S. de firma 
mol(endinoium) de Otriforda [sic] et Wattelega, cum terris adiacenti- 
bus de 2s., que Robertus Sanson tenuit. De I2d. de terra adiacente 
moUni de Hulle quam Edwardus tenuit. Summa: fy 15S. Ii^. 

Exitus mol(endinorum) suh CasleUo et Langeford 

Idem reddit compotum de loSs. 51^. de 36 quarteriis dimidio 
frumenti venditis. De 445. 2d. de 18 quarteriis dimidio gruelli ven- 
ditis. De 24S. &d. de 13 quarteriis siliginis venditis. De 53S. de 22 
quaiteriis dimidio de braiseo [sic] venditis. De 43S. ftd. de 39 quar- 
teriis de contrabraseo venditis. Summa: £13 13S. 91/. 

Exitus Mol{endini) de Tabrigga et Vivarii 

Idem reddit compotum de 635. id. de 21 quarferiis de frumento 
venditis. De 52S. '^d. de 19 quarteriis dimidio gruelli venditis. De 
29S. iid. de 15 quarteriis dimidio siliginis venditis. De 41S. 8d. de 
25 quarteriis dimidio de braseo et contrabraseo venditis. Summa: 
£9 7s. 34. 

' Sie in MS. for 'in excambio'. 

■ The 45S. is writtdi over a Baw in MS. 

■ The left-hand margin ia tom here, and the fint two letten of the word 

'Firma' are miaaing. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPBIC OF WIKCHESTER 165 

Exitus Mot(m4ini) de HidU 

Idem reddit compotum de 241. ^. de 9 quarteriis i hopa frumenti 
venditis. De 26S. zod. de 11 quarteriis gruelli venditis. De 13S. 8(2. de 
9 quarteriis siliginis venditis. De 75. de 7 quarteriis de braseo et 
contrabraseo venditis. Summa: 71S. lod. 

Summa omnium molinorum; £36 i2s. loii. 
Suimna omnium molinorum cum hiis que sunt ad firmam : £36 8s. 9^. 

Idem reddit compotum de ^£7 $s. 2\d. de toto pannagio berth(one) 
hoc anno. Et de 43S. 51/. de toto hundred penni^ berth(one) hoc anno. 
De s6s. y\d. de herbagio beri:h(one) hoc anno. Summa: £12 5s. ^. 

Idem reddit compotum de 9S. de 2 bobus vivis, et i equo ven- 
ditis. De 41S. de came 5 boum, 4 baconum, et coriis 7 boum missis 
ibidem in expensis domini Regis, et coriis 10 boom, i bovetti annalis 
de instauro missis ibidem in lardarium, et exitu, et sepo eorumdem 
venditis. De 67S. f,\d. de coriis 33 boum, z equorum, 1 eque, i vacce, 
I genicule 3 annorum, 2 genicularum i anni mortuorum de morina. 
De 35. a\d. de residuo denariorum Sancti Petri' hoc anno. De 95. de 
fructu gardini de Corf hoc anno. De 2s. ^. de cuhno et arundine. De 
los. de busca et cortice hoc anno venditis. De i&i. de cortice de 
Capella. De 33S. bd. de 242 caseis venditis. De 131/. de pellibus 4 
agnorum mortuorum, 12 velleribus grossis, 2 velleribus agninis. De 
3s. li. de denariis nuceandi, et nucibus venditis. De i8s. de i tonello 
vini vendito. De 55. de i tonello sicere vendito. De £6 i6s. 2d. de 
scotalla berth{one). De los. ^d. de furragio vendito. De y\d. de i 
mesuagio de Lenges, quod pertinebat ad firmam de Tapingwera. De 
3S. de 18 estikis anguillarum venditis. De 40S. re(ceptis7)' de W(ill- 
elmo) Malet, vicecomite Sumersete,* de debito camere domini 
Episcopi. Summa: £19 14S. $\d.' 

Idem reddit compotum de £74 los. io\d. de 7 tassis fnunenti 
remanentibus anno [ ] 4 quarteri{is)? 3 hop(is?). Et de^f^s os. 22d. 
de 265 quarteriis dimidio frumenti huius anni venditis. Et de 67S. iiii. 
de 60 quarteriis [ ] anni (tertii?) [ ] (D)e ii6s. ^^. de 71 quar- 
teriis 3 hopis curalli huius anni. De 195. i4- de 9 quarteriis dimidio 

* Thts entry is unique to the Tauntoo account. Hundredpeny, nortnally a 
payment made to cover the expenaes of the hundied baiUff, and resembling 
the sheri5'a aid, is iu this instance collected by the Bishop who owns the 
bnndred of Tauaton. See N. Neilsou, op. cil., pp. 139-31, and p. 130, a. 5. 

* See p. 31, n. i, above. 

' A lajge jagged piece of the membrane extending from this point to the 
foot of the membrane lias been tom completely away. A narrow vertical strip, 
bearing fragments of the text, ciosses tbo gap, but much of tbe text at tbe 
foot of both sides of the membrane ia "■'""■'E and ia indicated here by [ ]. 

* William Malet was sheriff of both Somerset and Doiset dnring laio-ii. 
See P.R.13J.. p. aao. 

* Tbis entiy extends into the right-hand margin of membrane. 



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l66 THE PIPE ROLL OP THE BISHOPSIC OF WINCHESTER 

siligiiiis venditis. De X[ ] quarteriis dimidio [ ]. De £ig gs. id. 
de 543 quarteriis dimidio avene de 3 tasas anni tertii et i»«teiiti. 
Et de £J4 131. 5jif. de 600» [ ] huins [ ]. 

Summa de veteii blado vendito: £97 7$. ioi<2. 
Sumtna de novo blado vendito: £87 51. i^. 

De Purchasiis 

Apud Hol{a>eiam): Idem reddit compotum de 40S. de Ricaido 
HusebiUe et Nicholao [ ] Cuppinge [ ]. De 4$. de R. de 
Ruwella pro vidua et terra R. de Fridde habendis. De i2d. de 
Johanne de Fitleham pro falso clamore. De i6s. de Wa(Itero) [ ]. 
De J2d. [ ] Trac pro mellea. De 2s. de Rogero Spisur pro filia 
maritanda. De i marca de Alexandro de Stokes pro vidua et terra 
Rogeri Fleke. De 6^. [ ] (conc)oidia? non bene servata. De 20s. de 
Thoma de Haiwde pro falso clamore. De 5$. de vidua Roberti Fridde 
pro terra et catalUs viri habendis. De 6. [ ] (fi)ha extra terram 
Episcopi maritanda. De 8s. de Anfredo de Giasse pro simiU. De 2s. de 
Alwino Wille pro mellea. De 2s. de vidua de Galmeto pro fine 
(teire?) [ ] Johanne pro suisisa. De i2d. de RandnUo filio Helie 
pro mellea. De 6d. de Rogero* fiUo Helie pro simili. De 3s. de vidua 
R(oberti?) Fridde pro fiUa maritanda. De Z2d. [ ]. Summa: 
£7 9s. 6d. 

Corf: Et de i2d. de Waltero Kilebi pro quadam |Wopastura 
habenda. De 2s. de Willelmo Wen pro namiis iniuste retentis. De I2d. 
[ ]*6d.[ ] falso clamore. De 6d. 6e Ricardo Gora pro mellea. 
De 121^. de Educa fiUa Swete pro se maritanda. De 2S. [ ] (an)dlla 
maritanda. De 3S. de Osbert de Ful(eforda) pro filia maritanda. De 
i8d. de Cristina de Porta pro simili. De 55. de [ ] ue pro terra 
patris sui habenda. De [ ] Chibepape pro 1 furdinga [sic] terre 
habenda. De 2s. de [ ] de Ada de Chiltipare [ ]. De 35. de 
Stephano de FuI(eforda] pro quadam via [ ] habend [ ] De 
zs. [ ] pro filia maritanda. Summa: 53S. 6d. Et de 5s. [ ].* 

' These figures are interlineated. Only the first two letters, DC . , ., arc 
h^ble. 

* 'Bogero' is written above the aame 'Roberto', wbich has been deleted. 

' The heading Pand(les(orda} is written in the left-hand margia, bnt the 
first entiy under the heading is either missing, or is not indicated in the text. 

* The left side of the membrane is so badly stained as to make the test 
illegible. The foot of the membrane bearing the names of the mai\ors whoso 
accounts are to be found enrolled on this membraoe has been tom away. We 
can decipher the foUowing onJy: 

. . . sursisa. De izd. de Nicholao (Henrici?) pn> lege (habenda?). 



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M. 10. Dorse. 
Hundredum Forinsecum 

Et de I marca de thedinga de Baggebei^a pro concelamento. De 
2s, de Stephano de Toria pro plevina. De Z2d. de Roberto de Broma 
pro secta hundredi. De 35. de Roberto de Nurderecote pro stulti- 
loquio. De 2s. de Roberto Noireis pro hominibus suis, qui non 
fuerunt in thedinga. De 25. de Ada de Occumbe pro mellea. De 35, 
de thedinga Hulle (et de)* Senilfo pro concelamento. De 2s, de thed- 
inga de Cuvelestona pro simih. De 2S. de thedlnga de Cedena pro 
simili. De5s.de thedii^a Prioris Tantonie pro simili. De 2S. de 
thedii^ de Orcham pro simili. De izd. de thedingis de HoIes(weia) 
(et) ^ Hugonis pro simih. De izd. de thedinga de Hake pro simili. De 
2s. de Ricardo de Parco pro stultiloquio. De 2s. de thedinga de 
Etfeld pro concelamento. De 2s. de Rogero Willelmi, quia venit in 
hundredum sine Ucentia. De 3s. de thedhiga de Nihida Monachorum 
pro concelamento. De 4s. de Nort(ona) et Bradeford pro simili. De 
5s. de thedingis de Talanda et Baggeberge pro simili. De 55. de 
Roberto de Lega pro falso clamore. Summa: 62s. 4J. 
Suinma totius purchasie: £21 2s. 6d. 

De Fine et Scutagio 

Idem reddit compotum de loos. de Thoma de Cireforda pro fine 
suo. Summa: loos. Et de £^ de 3 feodis que fuerunt S(imonis) de 
Fluri. De £4 de Thoma de Fluri pro 3 feodis. De 40S. de Ada de 
Cuvelestona pro i feodo dimidio. De 2. mards de Orcham cum Lega 
et Pik(estona) pro i feodo. Summa: ;^ii 6s. 8d. 

Summa totius recepte cum reragio et scutagio : £505 4S. 2^. 

Liberaiio 

In liberatis D(ioiusio) clerico de camera per manum constabularii 
per 2 tallias, fyo. In liberatis J(ohanni) decano apud Wlveseiam per i 
talliara, £181 13S. ^d. 

Item eidem de scutagio per i talliam, £ii6s.8d. 

Expensa 

Apud Hol{weiam) : In femira avrorum per aimum, 6d. In pre- 
cariis hiemalibus et quadragesimalibus de 99 carucis dimidia, 
8s. 3^. In cibo fabri, bedeUi, 4 carucariorum, 2 bovariorum, 17 
operariorum de consuetudine Natalis et Pasche, 2s. yd. In consuetu- 
dine prati falcandi, i8d. In prato falcando, quod Robertus de Lega 
consueverat falcare, 181^. hoc anno. In consuetudine bedripe, 2s. 8^. 
In canids parandis, kairis axandis et reparandis, cum unctora, lyd. 

> Omitted in MS. 



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l6S THE PIPB ROLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF WINCHBSTBR 

In ferramentis cai«te et cai«tarii, iincto, capistris emptb, et equo 
feiando, 35. &{d. In solido i caretarii per annum, 35. ^d. la solido 2 
bavariorum* per annum, 5$. In solido custodis odosorum animali^iTn 
per 2 terminos anni, izd. In fuiragio dekto a castello ad bertonam, 
lO^. In 58 sabbatis,' 75. ^. Summa: 39S. 6^, 

Apud Corf: In ferrura avrorum, ^id. In mercede fabri per annum, 
lod. In precaiiis hiemalibus et quadragesimalibus de 8 caruds, 8d, 
In consuetudine prati falcandi, 6d. In conpanagio bedripe, ^. In 
dbo bedelli, i carucarii de consuetudine Natalis et Pasche, ^d. In 
caruds parandis, karris axandis et reparandis, cum unctura, j^d. In 
solido I bovarii per anmmi, 2$. 6d, In 16 sabbatis,* 2s. Summa: 
8s. 2d. 

Apud Pitnd(Us/ordam) : In feiramentis avrorum per annum, 6)2. 
In mercede fabri per aimum, i2d. In precaiiis hiemalibus et quadra- 
gesimahbus de 78 carucis dimidia, 6s. (i{d. In consuetudine prati 
falcandi, zod. In conpanagio bedripe, <^. In dbo bedelli, i carucarii, 
10 operariorum de consuetudine Natalis et Pasche, i^. In caruds 
parandis, kairis axandis et reparandis, cum unctura ad idem, seris 
emptis, porta de parco removenda, et bovaria, et iterum relevanda, 
zs. yi. In custo daerie, 45. 3^. In solido i bovarii, i porcarii per 
aimum, 5S. In solido vaccarii, et daie, et secunde daie per 20 ebdo- 
madas, 6s. ^d. In 36 sabbatis, 45. 6d. Summa: 33S. o^. 

Apud Trindle : In feiramentis avroium per annum, ^d. In mercede 
fabri per annum, 2s. In precariis hiemalibus et quadragesimalibus de 
33 caruds, 2s. gd. In consuetudine prati falcandi, 6d. In conpanagio 
bedripe, 6d. In dbo bedelli, 2 carucariorum de consuetudine Nata]is 
et Pasche, 6d. In cibo 7 operariorum, 2 anciUarum de eadem con- 
suetudine, 8d. In caruds parandis, et karris axandis et reparandis, 
cum unctura, et porta paranda, 19^^. In solldo 2 bovariorum per 
annum, 5$. In 39 sabbatis, 4S. ioi<2. Summa: iSs. ^. 

Apud HuUe : In feiramentis avrorum per aimum, 31^. In roercede 
fabri per annum, 2s. In precariis hyemahbus et quadragesimalibos 
de 21 canicis dimidia, 2iid. In consuetudine pratorum de Hulle et 
Hadbroc falcandoium, iSd. In conpanagio bedripe, 6d. In dbo 
bedelli, 2 caiucariorum de consuetudine Natalis et Pasche, 6d, In 
dbo 8 operariorum de eadem consuetudine, 8d. In carucis parandis, 
jugis emptis, karris axandis et reparandis, cum unctura, rotis emptis 
ad karros, 45. id. In solido 2 bovariorum per aimum, 5$. In 33 
sabbatis, 4S. i\d. Summa: 20s. 5^. 

Apud StapeUgam: In ferramentis aviorum per annum, 2d, Id 
mercede fabri per aimum, 2s. In precariis yemalibus et quadra- 
gesimalibus de 47 caruds dimidia.^s. ii^. In consuetudine prati de 



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la. Melelande falcandi, 8(i2.)' I" conpanagio bedripe, 9^. In besca 
ad Wateriecham de consuetudine, id. In consuetudine bedelli, et 2 
caxucariomm contra Natalem et Pascham, 6d, In cibo 20 operari- 
orum de eadem consuetudine, 2od. In carucis parandis, jugis emptis 
ad idem, sacco empto, karris axandis et reparandis, cum unctura, et 
I pari rotarum empto ad idem, 55. o\d. In solido 2 bovariorura per 
annum, gs. In 52 sabbatis, 6s, 6d. Summa: 26s. ^d. 

Apud Nall{esbumam) : In ferramentis avrorum, 3<i. In mercede 
fabri per annum, izrf. In precariis yemalibus et quadragesimalibus 
de II carucis, iid. In consuetudine prati falcandi, ^d. In consuetu- 
dine bedripe, 6d. In consuetudine Waterlethe, ^d. hoc anno. In besca 
ad Waterieham de eadem consuetudine, id. In cibo l carucarii de 
consuetudine Natalis et Pasche, 2d. In cibo bedelli, 3 operariorum 
de eadem consuetudine, ^d. In carucis parandis, kairis axandis et 
reparandis, cum unctura ad idem, jugis, seiis, capistris emptis, 
14^. In solido I bovarii per annum, 2s. 6d. In 12 sabbatis, i8d. 
Summa: 95. i{d. 

Apud Fitl{efordam) : In ferramentis avrorum, ^d. In precariis 
yemaUbus et quadragesimalibus de 7 carucis dimidia, 7^. In con- 
suetudine prati falcandi, ^d. In consuetudine Waterletbe, ^. In 
consuetudine bedripe, yd. In cibo fabri, 2 carucariorum de consuetu- 
dine Natalis et Pasche, 6d. In cibo bedelli, 5 operarioium de eadem 
consuetudine, 6d. In carucis parandis, kairis axandis et reparandis, 
cum unctura, semeUis, jugis emptis, i2d. In solido 2 bovariorum per 
annum, 55. In 26 sabbatis, 3S. ^d. Summa: i2s. 4^. 

Apud Kinglestonam) : In ferramento avri, id. In mercede fabri 
per annum, qd, In precariis yemalibus et quadragesimalibus de 26 
canids dimidia, 26^^. In consuetudine prati falcandi loco multonis, 
8d. In conpanagio bedripe, yd. In cibo bedelli, i carucaiii de con- 
suetudine Natalis et Pasche, ^d. In cibo 5 opeiariorum de eadem 
consuetudine, 5d. In caiucis parandis, jugis emptis, kairis axandis et 
repaiandis, cum unctuia, et i pari rotaium empto ad idem, 4$. 4^. 
In solido z bovarii per annum, 2S. 6d. In 12 sabbatis, i8d. Summa: 
13S. 5d. 

Apud Otriford: In ferramentis avrorum per annum, ^d. In mer- 
cede fabri per annum, 2S. ^, In precariis yemalibus et quadia- 
gesimalibus de 14 caruds, l^. In consuetudine piati falcandi, ^d. 
In consuetudine bedripe, i^d. In cibo 2 caiucarionun de consuetu- 
dine Natalis et Pasche, 4^. In dbo i opeiarii de eadem consuetudine, 
id. In canicis paiandis, kaiiis axandis et leparandis, cum unctura 
ad idem, saccis, seris, ji^, rotis emptis, zs. 3^. In blado metendo 
et messoribus ibidem conductis, 6s. grf. In solido 2 bovarionun, et 
custodis curie per annum, 75. 6d, In solido custodis odosorura 

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170 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

aniinaUuin per 2 temunos, i8d. In 20 sabbatis, 25. 6d. Summa: 
26$. 2^. 

Apud Capellam: In ferramentis avromm, 2d. In mercede fabri, 
^d. In prato falcando et levando, 35. lod. In camds, et jugis parandis, 
6d. In fossura circa culturas, 4^. In blado sarclando, 6d. In 5 acris 
dimidia metendis, 221^. In mercede custodis domus Capelle, et bladi 
ibidem per 2 terminos anm, et 6 ebdomadas, 3$. Stmuna: los. 
Summa totius expense berthonarum cum Capella: £10 175. xi^. 

Expensa Mol{mdim) de Burgo 

In mercede fabri, 5$. io}i. In ferramentis ad idem, 55. In bordis 
et clavis, 85. 6d. In unctura ad idem, 45. In 2 lotis fadendis, et molis 
leparandis, a^. In kidellis emptis et reparandis, burochiis de vivario 
fadendis, $$. iid, In 3 moUs emptis cnm attractu, 4S5. iii^. Summa: 
£4 os. 2\i. 

Expensa Mol{endini) de Corf 

In meicede fabri, i^d. In bordis et clavis, 4S. o^. In carpentariis 
pro molino [sic] de novo fadendo in tasca, los. In fovea fadenda cum 
operationibus, i^d. Iv} i mola empta cum attractu, 55. ^d. Summa: 
21S. 8K 

Expensa Mol{endini) de HuUe 

In mercede fabri, i^d. In ferramentis ad idem, 3^. In clavis et 
bordis, 2id. In unctura, 4|<f. In i rota de novo fadenda, 2S. In 2 
molis emptis cum attractu, iis. Summa: i6s. 8d. 

Summa totius expense molinonim: ii8s. yd. 

Expensa 

In pastura de Criz acquietanda, 2S. 6d. In 47 Iwbus emptis ad 
carucas, £19 8s. 6d. In 19 vomeribus ad carucas, 6s. 2d. In 134 
esperductis dimidia emptis ad idem, 48S. 51^. In 24 frustis aceri 
emptis ad idem, 14S. 2d. In semine curtilagii, lyd, In gurlis et 
parchamento, lyi. In 6 quarteriis salis emptis, iis, In grangia, et 
aliis domibus castelli cooperiendis et reparandis; ligaminibus ferri 
ad hostium grangie, bordis, davis, seiis ad idem, et ad fabricam; 
ponte extra Portam Ocddentalem reparando, plumbo empto, et 
plumbo fundendo, iis. i{d. In mercede braciatorum scotalle, 
3s. 6^. In 26 bobus missis apud Wintoniam, et eisdem pascendis; 
domibus conducendis ad idem per viam; in custo 3 hominum per 6 
dies, 4s. In i warderoba de novo fadenda inter cameram et aulam, 
15S. o^. In coquina cooperienda et reparanda, bordis, clavis emptis 
ad idem, et mercede carpentarii et cooperatoris, 4s. 6d. In tuiri* 

» 'In' is wiitten over an erasure in MS. ' Sie in MS. for 'tnne'. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 171 

leparanda, bordis, clavis emptis ad idem, et mercede carpentarii; 
camera, pentido contra Regem reparandis, 17S. ^. In 3 turriculis de 
novo faciendis (et)^ planchandis; parietibus fadendis; muro levando 
et cooperiendo, borcUs, latis, kivillis, clavis, gungis, vertevellis, seris, 
petra ad cooperiendum, emptis ad idem, et altis 2 turriculis* cooperi- 
endis et reparandis, iiis. M. In aula de Otriforda reparanda; muro 
faciendo et dealbando; bordis, davis, kivillis, latis, petra emptis ad 
idem, et calce, gungis, verievellis ad idem, et granaria, et camera 
infra domum faciendis; mercede carpentariorum et cooperatorum, 
105S. z^. In 30 pomeriis emptis ad gard(inum] restaur(andum), 5s, 
In solido 2 caretariorum pro faao extrahendo de castello et bertona, 
et planta* sileris ad parcum per 12 ebdomadas, 2s. In 26 perticatis 
fassati* fadendis ad staguum molini in tasca de HuUe, et sex mina- 
toribus ibidem conductis ad idem per 3 dies, 39$. Summa: £39 i2s. 

AUa Expensa 

In liberarione constabularii per annum, £9 2s. 6d. In liberatione 
W. de Ferham, W. de Swapham per anmun, £6 os. aoef. In liberatione 
2 janitOTum, 6os. lod. In liberatione W(illelmi) Cod per 25 dies, 
4$. 2d. In liberatione fratris J(ohannis) per 309 dies, 51S. 6d. In 
liberatione v^(ilatoris) per 34 ebdomadas, 17S. In liberatione R. 
de Hulle pro bateria de Pund(lesforda) per 54 dies, 4S. 6d. In libera- 
tione custodis 3 equorum domini Episcopi per 92 dies, 75. Sd. 
In liberatione R. obsidis de Ybemia per annum, 30S. 5d. In roba et 
caldamento ipsius, 35, li. In solido 2 janitorum per annum, 20S. In 
solido vigilatoris per 34 ebdomadas, 35. ^. Sununa: £2$ ys. id. 

Expmsa 

In itinere constabularii, et Ricardi de Availes, et Roberti fratris 
sui apud Wintoniam, 8s. loii. In expensis constabulaiii ante festum 
Apostolorum Petri et Pauli apud Bristolliam, et in reditu \sic\ eius 
cum equo domini Episcopi, et alio equo Sumersette, 4S. &f. In nundo 
directo in Walliam pro vendito bladi, et iterum pro equa que reman- 
serat de equido empto, et fenis ad lanceas, 131^.^ In fuifure ad aima 
rollanda, et in 2 coriis equarum dealbandis ad idem, 3s, In 20 ferris 
ad lanceas emptis in WaUia, 6s. In z husciis de grisengo, et linea tela 
ad equos' domini Episcopi, qui missi erant ad equas in parco; in 
supercingulis et cordis ad idem, 5s. ^\d. In operariis conductis ad 
plantas circa parcum plantandas, 8(^.' In 2 rethis emptis ad fossatum* 
oastelli, 5s. In 25 equabus emptis in Wallia per W(illelmimi) Cocum, 
et positis in parco de Pund(lesforda), £iz los. In expensis W(illelmi) 



' Ontitted in MS. » ' 

' Sic m MS. for 'plantia'. 
' MS. stainod at this poiut. 



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172 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

Cod, et fratris Candelard, et htmunum suorum quando equas 
conduxerunt de Wallia, los. In liberatione W(illelmi) Cod quando 
venit apud Tantoniam pro vendito bladi, et iterum ivit ad curiam 
pro eodem, i maica. In liberatts vicecomiti Sumersette^ pro con- 
suetudine hundredi, 40S. Sununa: £17 73. ii{d. 

Expmsa 

In 720 feiramentis equorum malatorum* clavis, ferro emptis, 
ferris fadeadis, mercede fabri, 285. M. In i equo et* 2 equabus emptis 
ad marlandum, 265. yd. In 7 paiibus rotarum, ferro, Ugaminibus 
feiri ad idem, davis, mercede fabri, sellis, paronis, paronellis,' 
735. yd. In 356 clutis et clavis ad caretas, et in eisdem axandis, et 
caretillis, et hamasiis factis, feiro, ligonibus, pehs fadendis et 
reparandis, cordis, capistris, dngulis,* cute, uncto emptis, 3 corum* 
boum, z eque de equicio dealbandis, 285. 6^. In mercede 4 marla- 
torum per 34 ebdomadas dimidiam, 3 per 33 ebdomadas, 8 per 24 
ebdomadas, 2 per 22 ebdomadas dimidiam, 2 per 18 ebdomaJias, 3 
per 13 ebdom^las, 5 per iz ebdomadas, 4 per 9 ebdomadas, 2 per 3 
ebdomadas, i servientis qui fuit super eos per 12 ebdomadas, 745. Sif. 
In conpanagio 22 maxlatorum per eundem tenniniun, 745. \i\d. In 
mercede parcarii per 43 ebdomadas, 55. In conpanagio amplius per 
etmdem terminum, 35. yd. Summa: £15 15$. jd. 

Expensa 

In expensts domini Regis die Lime aote festum Saocti Michaelis* 
per visum G(alfridi) de Cauz, £7 i6s, sJd. In nimdis directis apud 
Exoniam et Bristolliam pro vino pro adventu Re^, 91^. In expensis 
Rob(ini) de Sanford infirmi, et G(alfridi) de Cauz per 12 dies, 22s. In 
roba ipa* R(obino) et G(alfrido)* de Cauz, iis. 2d. In expensis 
W(illehni] Malet per i diem, dimidia marca. In hospitato R(eginaldi) 
de Raunis tunc vicecomitis Sumersette,^ 6s. 8^^. In capa forrata 
G(alfrido) de Cauz aquietanda per breve Episcopi, i8s. %d. In 208 
uJnis de linea tela emptis ad opus Episcopi, et sarpderiis' [ ]s. 2d. 

' See p. 165, a. 4. 

'Sic in MS. for 'marlatorum'. 

' MS. 18 stained at tliis point. • Sie in MS. for 'coriis'. 

' Probably September 37, iiio, but possibly September 26, 1211, accordii^ 
to date on which the Tanntoii account was wiitten up for presentation at 
Michaelmas. 

* Sic in MS. 'In robis ipsius R(obini) et G(atfiidi) de Ca,Dz . . .' would have 
been more correct. 

* To wtiat date the adverb 'tuac' refers is uncertain, but tlie scribe's 
information appears to be incorrect. William Malet was sheriS of Somerset 
andDorsetin laio-ii (seeP.Jf.i'j/.,p. 320), and the post was filled in 1209-10 
by Raduli de Brai acting for William Briewerre (see P.R.iiJ., p. 68). 

* See p. 165. n. 3. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER I73 

per breve, libeiatis J(ohanni) decano. In 507 ulnis de giinsengo' 
emptis ad opus Episcopi per breve, £17 3S. lod., liberatis J(ohanni) 
decano. In i sagena empta ad opus Episcopi per (breve?) [ ] el 
empt(?) ad idem, 2s. 4^. Iq 2 tonellis vini emptis apud Exoniam, et in 
ipsis ligandis, stringendis, carcandis, caiiandis usque Ta(ntoniam) 
[ ]s. 4d. [ ] £[ ] 3^- 6(2- Summa omnimn expensarum: 
£151 2S. 8d. 

Sunmia liberationis et expense: £434 2s. [ ] 
Et 71 [ ] unde £9 6s. 8d. sunt de fine S(imonis) Fluii, et 6os. sunt 
superT(homa) de nuri, et sunt in respectu per dominum Episcopum. 
Et 58(s.?) [ ] (loKf). 

Exitus Grangie 

Idem reddit compotum de 42 quarteriis 2 hopis de 2 tasais 
frumenti remanentibus anno (preterito?), 53 [ ] grangia, et 2 
tassis extra grangiam remanentibus anno preterito. Et de 480 
(quarteriis)' i hopa de toto exitu frumenti de hoc anno. Et de 22 
[ ] hop(?) de hoc (anno?). (Summa?) : [ ] XVII quarteria 2 
hope. In semine 186 acrarum, 46 quarteria dimidium apud Hol- 
(weiam). In semine 37 acrarum dimidie a(pud) Co(rf), 9 quarteria 
dimidium [ ] 12? quarteria dimidium. Et de semine villanorum, 
25 acre dimidia, quia i acra defecit hoc anno pro parco apud Pund- 
(lesfoidam). In semine 63 acrarum apud Trindle, 15' quarteria 6 
(hope?) [ ] 14 quarteiia. In semine iio aciamm apud Stapl(e), 
27 quaiteria dimidium. In semine 66 acraium apud Nail(esbuinam), 
16 quaiteiia dimidium. In semine 47 aciarum* apud Fule(foidam) 
[ ] acrarum apud King(estonam), i quarteriimi* 6 hope. 

Ap^td Otri/ord: In semine 48 aciaium, 12 quarteria. Summa 
acrarum: 717 acre, et de semine villanorum [ ]. Summa seminis: 
177 quarteria dimidium 2 hope. In pane Regis, 18 quarteria In pane 
R(obini) de Sanfoida, et (GaJfridi de Cauz?) [ ] (I)n hospitato 
R(egiiialdi) de Raunis per i noctem, i quarterium. In biaseo ad 
scotallam, 8 quarteria. In cibo poicarii pei annum [ ]. In cibo 
[ ] I quaiterium. In cibo seivientium apud Otriford pro defectu 
siliginis, 2 quarteria [ ] hop(e?). In supravenditis, 839 (quar- 
teiia?). Summa: [ ]. Et lemanent in granaria 20 quarteria 2 hope. 

[ ] (Idem) reddit compotum de 7 quarteriis dimidio cu(ralli) 

1 'grisengo' is the more usual spelling. 

■ The '480' haa been written at the eud of a line in MS,. and the 'qaaTteriis' 
has been omitted. It seems anhkely that the scribe intended to wiite '481 

■ A slight crease io MS. may posaibly hide furtber figures. 

• MS. is sUghtly stained. 

* 'i quarterium' is repeated in MS. 



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174 '''BB PlP^ ROLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

[ ] 3 tassis in grangia, et 2 tassis extra grangiam remaneatibus 

anno preterito, et de 92 (quarteriis?)' [ ]. 

M.iz. 

Idem reddit compotum de 12 quarteriis dimidio 2 bopis de toto 
exitu ordei. 

Apud TrindU: In semine i acre dimidie, 5 hope. 

Apud HulU: In semine de dimidia acra, i hopa. In braseo ad 
scotailam, 2 quarteiia dimidium. In supravenditis, 9 quarteria 
dimidium. 

Summa: 12 quarteria dimidium 2 hope. Et quietus est. 

Idem reddit compotum de 21 quarteriis dimidio 2 hopis de toto 
exitu pisarum. 

Apud HoHweiam): In semine 11 acrarum dimidie, 3 quarteria 
dimidium 2 hope. In dono Episcopi falconi, servienti domini R^is 
in Wallia, 12 quarteria. In dono marlat<Hibus, 2 quarteria dimidium. 
In poicis, columbis' pascendis in hyeme, 2 quarteria dimidium. In 
expensis domus, i quarterium. 

Summa: 21 quarteria dimidium 2 hope. Et quietus est. 

Idem reddit compotum de iio quarteriis de 2 tassis avene 
remanentibus anno tertio. Et de 433 quarteriis dimidio de i tasso 
avene remanente anno preterito in grangia. Et de 1,746 quarterus 
dimidio de toto exitu avene hoc anno. Summa: 2,090 quarteria.' 

Apud Hol{weiam) : In semine 188 acrarum, 125 qu^eria. 

Apud Corf: In semine 35 acrarum, 23 quarteria. 

Apud Puiid{Us/ordam) : In semine 84 acrarum dimidie, 56 quar- 
teria. Et de semine villanorum, 26 acre, quia dimidia acra defidt 
pro parco. 

Apud TrindU : In semine 63 acrarum, 43 quarteria. 

Apud HuUe: In semine iio acrarum, 76 quarteria. 

Apud Stapl{e): In semine 150 acrarum, 100 quarteria. 

Apud NaiU{esbumam) : In semine 46 acrarum, 31 quarteria. 

Apud Ful{e/ordam) : In semine 58 acrarum dimidie, 39 quarteria. 

Apud King{esionam) : In semine 49 acrarum, 33 quarteria 
dimidium. 

Apud Otri/ord: In semine de 100 acris, 73 quaiteria. 

I At this poiut the left hand maJgin is woni away and discoloiired. Save 
for the endii^ of fonr lines aX the extreme light of M5., the rest of tbe text is 
missing. The foot of the membrane bas been tom completely awaf (see p. 166, 
n. 4]. So far as they are decipherable, the remaining fragments of the four 
lines are as follows: 

. . . (ad f) scotallam, 4 qoarteria dimidium. In porcis (sus)tinendi3 . . . 

. . . (d)e 176 quarteriis 3 hopis de to(to exitn ?) . . . semine 13 acran 
dimidie . . . 40 . . . hop . . .hop . . . toto . . . 

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THE PIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHE5TER 175 

Apud CtipeUam: In semine 24 acramm, 16 quarteria. Et de 
semine Walteri de Capella, i acra 2 perticate. 
Summa acranini : 908 acre; et de semine villanorum, 26acre;^et 
de semine W(alteri) de Capella, i acra 2 perticate. 
Siunma seminis: 615 quarteria dimidium. 
Apud Corf: In consuetudine bedripe, 3 quarteria. 
Aptid Pund{lesfordam) : 5 quarteria de' consuetudine. 
Apud Otriford: De eadem consuetudine, 4 quarteria. In cibo 
servientium ibidem, 22 quarteria. In cibo custodis ociosorum anim- 
alium ibidem per 24 ebdomadas, 4 quarteria. 

Ap%td Stapi[e): In consuetudine waterleche, 2 quarteria. In dono 
marlatoribus ad potagium, 2 quarteria. In pords pascendis in yeme, 

4 quarteria dinudium. In braseo ad scotallam, 25 quarteria. In 
prebenda i caretarii in castello per annum, 32 quarteria. In prebenda 
3 caretariorum ad fimum extrahendum, et marlam trahendam, 68 
quarteria 3 hope. In prebenda i equi marlatoris per 228 noctes, 14 
quarteria 2 hope. In prebenda 4 avrorum ad idrai per 167 noctes, 
41 quarteria 6 hope. In prebenda i equi ad idem per 86 noctes, 

5 quarteria 3 hope. In prebenda i equi ad idem per 80 noctes, 5 
quarteria. In prebenda 4 equorum marlatorum per 45 noctes, 11 
quarteria 2 hope. In prebenda 4 equorum marlatorum per 106 noctes, 
26 quarteria diniidium. In prebeaida i equi W(iUelmi) Coci per 57 
noctes, 7 quarteria i hopa. In prebenda equorum domini Regis apud 
Tantoniam, 35 quarteria i hopa. In prebenda Robini de Sanford et 
G(alfridi) de Cauz per 12 noctes, 11 quarteria 5 hope. In prebenda 
16 equorum Reginaldi de Raunis per i noctem, 2 quarteria. In 
prebenda 2 equorum R(ogeri) Wacelini per 2 vices, 2 quarteria 5 
hope. In prebenda W. Anglici servientis, falconis per 15 dies, i 
quarterium dimidium 3 hope. In prebenda i equi domini Episcopi 
per 158 noctes, 2 quarteria 5 hope,' et alterius per 168 noctes, qui 
missi erant ad equas in parco, et i per 92 noctes, quem constabularius 
duxit secum de Bristollia ad perendinandum, 40 quarteria i hopa. 
In dono Episcopi Ricardo de Availes, et Roberto fratri suo, 20 
quarteria. In supravenditis, 1,192 quarteria. Summa: 1,588 quar- 
teiia dimidium.* 

Et remanent in granaiia 86 quarteria. 

Exilus Molinorum sub Casteilo et Langeford 

Idem reddit compotum de 38 quarteriis l hopa de exitu frumentt. 

' 'acre' ia intedineated. 

* A capital letter A haa been altered, to form tbe 'd' of 'de*. 
' '2 quarteria 5 hope' bas been deleted by a siugle line. 

* This total has been omltted in MS., aod lias been calculated from the 
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176 THE PIPE BOLL OF TUE BI5HOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

In cibo mol(endinarioruni), 13 hope. In supravenditis, 36 quarteria 
dimidium. 

Idem reddit compotum de 20 quarteriis l hopa de exitu gruelli. 
In dbo mol(eiidinarii) de Langeford, 13 hope. In supravenditis, 18 
quarteria dimidium. 

Idem reddit compotum de 13 quarteriis de toto exitu siliginis. 
In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddit compotum de 22 quarteriis dimidio de exitu brasei. 
In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddit compotum de 39 quarteriis de toto exitu contra- 
brasei. In supravenditis, totum. 

ExUus Molini de Tabrigge et Vivario 

Idem reddit compotum de 21 quarteriis dimidio 3 hopis de toto 
exitu frumenti. In cibo mol(endinarii), 7 hope. In supravenditis, 21 
quarteria. 

Idem reddit compotum de 20 quarteriis 2 hopis de toto exitu 
gnieUi. In cibo mol(endinarii), 6 bope. In supiavenditis, 19 quarteria 
dimidiimi. 

Idem reddit compotum de 15 quarteriis dimidio de exitu siliginis. 
In supravenditis, totum. 

Idem reddit compotum de 25 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
brasei et contrabrasei. In supravenditis, totum. 

Exitus Motini de HulU 

Idem reddit compotmn de 10 quarteriis de exitu frumenti. In 
cibo mol(endinarii), 7 hope. In supravenditis, 9 quarteria i hopa. 

Idem reddit compotum de 11 quarteriis dimidio 2 hopis de toto 
exitu gruelli. In cibo mol(endinarii), 6^ hope. In supravenditis, 11 
quarteria.' 

Idem reddit compotum de 9 quarteriis de exitu siliginis. In 
supravenditis, totiun. 

Idem reddit compotum de 7 quarteriis de toto exitu brasei et 
contrabrasei. In supravenditis, totum. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddit compotum de 189 bobus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. De 3 de testamentis Godwini Fleka, Rogeri Fleka, Thome de 
Galmetona apud Hol(weiam). De i de testamento Heremani apud 
Pund(lesfordam). De 2 de testamentis W. Luvrici, et Foleremaie de 

' Altered fiom an original ii. 

' Accotding to these figurea, the accountant haa dispoied of J- qtr. more 
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THE PIPE SOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER I77 

Purilanda apud Stapl(e). De i adiuncto de instauro. De 47 emptis. 
Sununa: 243 boves. In vivis venditis, 2. In lardario xbidem,^ 10. In 
expensis domini Regis apud Tantoniam die Lune ante festum Sancti 
Michaelis,^ caro 7 boum. In mortuis de morina, 26. In missis apud 
Wintoniam, liberatis J(olianni) decano, 26. In missis apud Cumbam, 
que fuit S(imonis] de Fluri que modo est in manu Episcopi, 9. 
Summa: 80. Et remanent 163 boves, 

Idem reddit compotimi de 7 equis, 14 equabus remanentibus 
anno preterito. Et de 2 equabus de testamentis Roberii Fridde, et 
Ricardi Lupping apud Hol(weiam). Et de i equo, 2 equabus emptis 
ad marlandum. Summa: 26. In vivo vendito, i equus. In mortuis, 
2 equi, I equa. Summa: 3 equi, i equa. Et remanent 5 equi, 17 eque. 

Idem reddit compotum de 4 pullis femellis i anni remanentibus 
anno preterito. Et remanent modo 2 annorum. 

Idem reddit compotum de i pullo masculo lactente remanente 
anno preterito. Et remanet. 

Idem reddit compotum de ii pullis proventis hoc anno de pre- 
dictis equabus. In decima, i. Et remanent lo Uctentes, unde 5 sunt 
masculi, 5 femelle. 

Idem leddit compotum de 25 equabus cum 5 pullis, unde 2 sunt 
masculi, 3 femelle lactentes de equicio empto per W(iIIelmum) Cocum 
apud Walliam. £t de 2 equabus datis domino Episcopo de dono 
constabulaiii. Summa: 27 eque, 5 pulli. In mortuis, 3 eque, i pullus. 
£t remanent 24 eque, 4 pulli, unde l est masculus, 3 femelle unius 
anni. 

Idem reddit compotum de 16 puUis proventis hoc anno de 
prescriptis equabus. Omnes remanent, unde 11 sunt masculi, et 
5 femelle. 

Idem reddit compotum de 27 vacds remanentibus anno preterito. 
De 3 (vacds),' et 2 tauris adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 30 vacce, 
2 tauri. In mortua, i vacca. Et remanent zg vacce, 2 tauri, 

Idem reddit compotum de 3 bovettis, 3 geniculis remanenribus 
anno preterito. Summa: 6. In adiuncto bobus, i. In adiunctis vaccis, 
3, et 2 tauri. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddit compotum de 3 bovettis, 2 geniculis remanentibus 
anno preterito, annahbus. Summa: 5. In mortua, i genicula. £t 
remanent i genicula, 3 bovetti. 

Idem reddit compotimi de 8 annaUbus remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. In misso in lardarium ibidem, i. Et remanent 7, unde 3 sunt 
boviculi, 4 genicule. 

Idem reddit compotum de 16 aimahbus remanentibus anno 

* Sie in MS. for 'ibtdem'. 
' See p. 173, n. 3. 

* Omitted ia MS. 



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178 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5H0PRIC OF WINCHESTBR 

preterito, vitulis. Et de I invento apad Otnford hoc anno. Summa: 
17. In mortuis, 2. Et lemanent 15. 

Idem reddit compotum de 26 vituHs pioventis hoc anno de 
piescriptis vacds. In dedma, 2. In mortuis, 4. Summa: 6. Et 
remanent 20. 

Idem reddit compotum de i ove remanente anno jncterito. De 5 
adimictis de instauro, Summa: 6, Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddit compotum de 5 multonibus lemanentibus anno pre- 
terito, hoggettis. Omnes remanent. 

Idem reddit compotum de 10 hoggettis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito, agnis. In adiunctis ovibus, 5. In adionctis moltonibus, 5. 
NichU remanet. 

Idem reddit compotum de i hoggetto remanente anno pieterito, 
agno. Et de i invento apud Ful(efoidam} hoc anno, Summa: 2. Et 
remanent 2. 

Idem reddit compotum de 6 agnis proventis hoc anno de ovibus. 
In mortuis ante tonsionem, 4. Kt remanent z. 

Idem reddit compotum de 271 caseis factis hoc anno. In decima, 
27. In expensis R(obini) de Sanforda, et G(alfridi) de Cauz, 2. In 
SQpravenditis, 242, qui fecerunt 5 pondera dimidium 3 petras 
dtmidiam. 

Idem reddit compotum de 13 velleribus grossis, et 2 velleribus 
agninis. In dedma, i. In supravenditis, 12 grossa, et 2 agnina, que 
fecerunt 8 libras, 

Idem reddit compotum de 63 porcis remanentibus anno preterito. 
In missis in lardarium ibidem, 20. In mortuis, 8. Summa: 28. £t 
remanent 35. 

Idem reddit compotum de 88 porcellis proventis hoc anno. In 
decima, 8. In consuetudine porcarii, i. In moituis, 5. Summa: 14. 
Et remanent 74. 

Summa utrhisque: 109 poid. 

Idem reddit compotum de came 6 boum et dimidii, 2 baconibus 
remanentibus anno preterito. De 10 bobus, i bovetto de instauio; 
20 porcis missis in laidarium ibidem hoc anno. Summa: 17 boves 
dimidius, 22 bacones. In expensis^ uxoris W(i]lehni) Cod, caro 2 
boum. In data mailatoribus, i caro, In data pauperibus, dimidia 
caro. In supravenditis, caro 5 boum, et 4 bacones. Et lemanent in 
lardario caio 9 boum, et 18 bacones. 

Idem leddit compotum de i quarterio salis remanente anno 
pieterito. De 6 quarteriis postea emptis. Summa: 7. In expensis 
laidaiii, et anguillanun salandanun, 2 quarteria. In expensis domini 
Regis, 6 hope. In expensis Rob(ini) de Sanforda, et G(alfridi) de 
Cauz, 2 hope. Summa: 3 quaiteria. Et lemanent 4. 

' Erasore in MS. 



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THE PIPE EOLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER I79 

Idem leddit compotum de 31 estikis angoillanim proventis de 
vivario, et molino hoc atmo. In dedma, 3. In supravenditis, 18. Et 
remanent 10, 

Idem reddit compotum de 16 gallinis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. Et de 25 de cheriset apud Naill(esbuniam). Summa: 41. In 
expensis W(illelmi} Malet, at avium suonmi, 15. In mortuis, 15. 
£t remanent 11. 

Idem reddit compotum de iii soccis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. Et de 19 emptis hoc anno. Sununa: 130. In expensis berton- 
arum, 24. Et remanent 106. 

Idem reddit compotum de 72 esperductis dimidio lemanentibus 
anno preterito, Et de 134, dimidio emptis hoc anno. Summa; 207. 
In expensis bertonarum, 99 esperducta dimidium. In expensis terre 
de Capella, i esperductum dimidium. Et remanent 106 esperducta. 

Idem reddit compotum de 11 frustis aceri remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de 24 emptis hoc anno. Summa: 35. In expensis berton- 
arum, 12. In expensis terre de Capella, i. Summa: 13. £t remanent 

22. 

Idem reddit compotimi de 420 ferris equorum remanentibus anno 
preterito. Et de 720 ferris cum clavis emptis hoc anno, et preterea, 
3,000 clavis emptis hoc anno. Simima: 1,140 ferra. In equis marla- 
torum, et carettariis domus, 393. In equis W(illelmi) Malet, 10. In 
equis R(eginaldi) de Raunis, 8. In equis R(obini) de Sanford, et 
G(alfridi] de Cauz, 19. In equis W(illebni) bastardi, 5. In equis 
W(illelmi) de Sancto Maxentio, 4. In equis R(ogeri) Wacelini, 6. In 
2 equis Episcopi, qui missi fuerant ad equas in parco, et l sumptario, 
28. In equis R[ic^^] de Grai, et soctorum eius, 5. Summa: 478. Et 
rananent 662. 

Idem reddit compotiun de 29 clutis remanentibus anno preterito. 
£t 356 clutis ad carettas emptis hoc anno. Summa: 3S5. In carettis 
ad marlandum, 185. Et remanent 200. 

Idem reddit compotum de 6 scutis, 3 lanceis, i talevaz, 18 
capellis ferreis, imde 12 (sunt)^ de ferro, i ex his* est cum visera, et 
6 de corio, 8 fausarz, 6 hachis, 2 tai^, 11 balistis, 3 nillle* quareUis, 
6 cophinaus cum quarellis, 10 lorids, 79 bastis, et 2 ferris ad lanceas 
remanentibus anno preterito. Et de 20 ferris ad lanceas emptis in 
Wallia. Ex* his, i ferrum ad lanceam fractum fuit, et 2 haste. Et 
remanent 13 lancee, 11 ferra ad lanceas, et 67 haste cum tota aUa 
wamestura. 

Idem reddit compotum de 3 tonellis vini remanentibus anno 

' Omitted in MS. 

' 'ex hts' is interlineated. 

' 'ter mille' or Bimpljr M.M.M. would havo been better. 

* Altered bota 'et'. 



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l8o THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

pieterito, De 2 emptis hoc anno. Summa: 5. In expensts domini 
Regis, 4. In supravendito, t. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddit compotum de 3 tonellis sicere remanentibus anno 
preterito. £t de t facto hoc anno. In expensis scotalle, 2. In supra- 
vendito, t. Et remaaet i tonellum sicere. 



CUHBA^ 

Robertus serviens reddit compotum de 495. 4d. de tennino 
Sancti Johannjs, et Sancti Michaelis de gabulo assiso, cum 2s. yd, de 
terra que fuit vasta, locata hoc anno. 

In quietancia haywardi per 2 terminos, i^d. In quietanda z 
carucarii per eundem terminum, isd. Summa quietandarum : 2s. 2d. 
Sunrnia remanens: 47S. 2d. 
Idem reddit compotum de i6s. de firma molini de 2 terminis. De 
^d. de residuo denariorum Beati Petri.* Simuna: i6s. ^d. 
Simuna totius recepte: 635. 6d. 

Liberaiio 

In liberatis J(ohanni] decano per i talliam, 22S. 3^. 

Expensa 

In ferramento l caruce per 2 terminos, l^, In mercede fabri per 
eundem terminum, i2d. In consuetudine prati falcandi, iz^. In 
blado sarclando, i^. In i carruca Istc] empta, herciis, jugis, cordis 
ad karros, 12^. In conpanagio bedripe, 55. id. In pane fadendo ad 
idem, yd. In 2 tassis siliginis et avene fadendis, lyi. In coopertura 
colligenda, et eisdem, et feno cooperiendis, et claudendis, 18^. In 
molino reparando, et unctura ad idem, ^d. In 5 quarteriis z hopis 
siliginis emptis ad bedripam, et dbimi servientium, 13S. grf. In 
blado cariando a Tantonia osque Cvimbam, yd, In z8 acris siiiginis, 
et 30 acris avene metendis, 8s. iid. In mercede i bovarii per i 
terminum, i8ef. In wasto aquietando de scutagio, quod est in manu 
domini Episcopi, 2s. Summa: 41S. 2^. 

Summa liberationis et expense: 635. 6d. Et quietus est. 

Idem reddit compotum de 5 quarteriis 2 hopis sihginis emptis. 
In consuetudine bedripe, et feni congtagandi' (et in)* 2 tassis 
cooperiendis et claudendis, 4 quarteria. In dbo i bovaiii per 12 
ebdomadas, 6 hope. In dbo i carucarii per eundem tenninum, 4 
hope. Summa: 5 quarteria 2 hope. Et quietus est. 

•Swp. 3r, n.i. 

■ Sic in MS. for 'congregaDdi*. 

* These words are sapplied to help the sense. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF TBB BISUOPRIC OF WINCHESTER l8l 

Idem reddit compotum de 9 bobus receptis de Tantonia. Omnes 
remanent. 



RlMPTOKA* 

Jordanus prepositus reddit compotum de £4 ^s, lod, de toto 
gabulo assiso. 

In quietanciis z prepositi per annum, 35. ; i forestaiii per annom, 
2s. ; 2 canicariorum, i bovarii per annum, 6s. ; i bercarii per annum, 
2s. ; 3 operariorum per anmun, et i per dimidium annum, ys. Summa 
quietanciarum : 20$. 

Snmma remanens : 69S. lod. 

Idem leddit compotum de r^s. de firraa molini, et dimidie 
virgate tene adiacentis. 

Idem reddit compotum de 231/. de pannagio. De 22s. 7^. de 
herbagio. De 6s. 8d, de 2 vaccis vivis venditis. De 8s. 3^. de dcame* 
I bovis, et quarta parte bovis, et came 5 ovium, et coriis 2 boum, et 
pellibus 6 ovium missis ibidem in lardarium, et pellibus 5 ovium, i 
multonis, et 27 agnorum mortuorum. De 19^. de residuo denari- 
orum Beati Petri.' De 24S. Sd. de 118* caseis venditis. De 155, de 141 
velleribus grossis. De 2s. lod, de 61 velleribus agninis. De lorf. de 
butiro vendito. De 5d.^ de 15 gallinis venditis. De i8s. y^, de scotalla. 
De 2d. de theloneo i eque vendite. Summa: 1035. 8d. 

Idem reddit compotum de 20s. de 8 quarteriis fnunenti de l 
tasso remanente anno preterito. De 6is. de 23 quarteriis dimidio 
frumenti huius anni. De 2S. de 2 quarteriis curalli anni preteriti. De 
los. 2d, de 9 quarteriis curalli huius anni. De 7s. 8d. de 4 quarteriis 
siliginis venditis. De 45. 6d. de 3 quarteriis ordei venditis. De 19S. 4tJ. 
de 10 quarteriis fabarum venditis. De i6s. ^. de 28 quarteriis avene 
venditis. Summa: £7 i2s. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddit compotum de 5s. de Wllelmo de Marisco, nt libere 
discederet de terra Episcopi. De 6s. 8d. de Philippo mercatore pro 
concelamento. De 6s. 8d. de eodem pro fiUa maritanda. De 2s. de 
Johanne caipentario pro teira Willelmi de Marisco babenda. Summa : 
20S. ^d. 

Siunma totius recepte: £17 8s. lod, 

' Sec p. loa, n. i. 

■ Sic in MS. for 'De 8s. 3id. de came . . .'. 

•Seep. 31, n. i. 

* MS. is creased here. * Altered from lod. 



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l82 THE FIPE ROLL OF THE BI5HOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 
LiberaHo 

In liberatis J(6hanni) decano, £13 4$. 2^.^ 

M. II. Dorse. 



In ferramentis 2 carucarum, et avronim, 2S. 3}<f. In mercede 
fabri per annum, 35. 2d. In cervisia, came, pisce ad 3 precarias in 
yeme et estate, 35. 7^. In consuetudine pratl falcandi hoc anno, 6d. 
In hundredo convivando de consuetudine die Natalis Domini, zs. 
In 5 bobus emptis, 30S. i)<J. In i vacca empta, 42. 6d. In canica 
paranda, et i caretta empta., z sacds, jugis, herciis emptis, kanis 
axandis et reparandis, cordis ad idem cum unctura, 55. ud. In 23 
clatis emptis ad faldam, 23d. In custo daerie, 35. 3}^, In blado 
sarclando, ^, In 36 aciis metendis, 95. i^. In 3 tassis bladi cooperi- 
endis, 6d. In mercede 2 servientium per annum, et i per dimidium 
annum, iis. In mercede daie per dimidium annum, 161^. In mercede 
custodis ociosorum animaliimi per 18 ebdomadas, 12«^. In mercede 
braciatoris scotalle, 6d. In expensis constabularii per 4 vices, 45. 6d. 
Summa: £4 45. 7^. 

Summa hberationis et expense : £17 8s. lod, Et qnietus est. 

Exitus GrangU 

Idem reddit compotum de 8 quaiteriis frumenti de i tasso 
remanente anno preterito. Et de 43 quarteriis dimidio i hopa de toto 
exitu frumenti huius anni. Summa: 51 quarteria dimidium i hopa. 
In semine 66 acraium, 16 quarteria dimidium z bope. In pane ad 3 
precarias in yeme et estate, i quarteriimi. In pane ad hundredum 
convivandum, i quarteriiun. In consuetudine prati falcandi, et 
feni congregandi, 6 bope. In braseo ad scotallam, dimtdium quar- 
terium. In cibo braciatorum, i bopa. In supravenditis, 31 quarteria 
diniidium. Summa: 51 quarteria dimidiimi i hopa. £t quietus est. 

Idem reddit compotum de 2 quarteriis curalli de anno preterito. 
Et de II quarteriis de hoc anno. Summa: 13 quarteria. lu braseo ad 
scotallam, 2 quarteria. In supravenditis, 11 quarteria. Et quietns est. 

Idem reddit compotum de 21 quarteriis de toto exitu siliginis. 
In semine 30 acrarum dimidie, 7 quaiteria 5 hope. In dbo custodis 
curie et bladi, i bovarii, i herciatoris, i daie per 30 ebdomadas, 7 
quarteria dimidium. In cibo custodis odosorum ammalium per 9 
ebdomadas, 6 hope. In braseo ad scotallam, i quarterium. Iq dbo 

> The names of the numore whose accounts are entered on the Ust mem- 
brane along with tbe accouat of the scutage rendered by the biihop'B maT«|>m | 
are written iu capitals on the tongue of the face of the membnLne thna: 
Tuitoiui; Cnmba; Rimptona; Scutagium. 



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THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BI5H0PRIC OF WINCHESTER 183 

bradatorum, i hopa. In supravenditis, 4 qnarteria. Summa: 21 
quartena. Et qnietus est. 

Idem reddit compotum de 13 quarteriis 2 hopis de toto exitu 
ordei. In semine 5 acranmi, 2 quarteria. In cibo custodis curie et 
bladi, I bovarii, i herciatoris, i daie per 22 ebdomadas, 5 quarteria 
dimidium. In cibo custodis odosorum animalium per 9 ebdomadas, 
6 hope. In braseo ad scotallam, 2 quarteria. In supravenditis, 3 
quarteria. Summa: 13 quarteria 2 hope. £t quietus est. 

Idem leddit compotum de 12 quarteriis de toto exitu fabarum. 
In semine 5 acrarum dimidie, 2 quarteria. In supravenditis, 10 
quarteria. Et quietus est. 

Idem reddit compotum de 73 quarteriis dimidio de toto exitu 
avene. In semine 55 acrarum, 36 quarteria. In tarina ad opus servi- 
entium in Quadiagesima de consuetudine, i quarterium. In prebenda 
2 avrorum, 2 quarteria. In braseo ad scotallam, 4 quarteria. In 
prebenda constabularii per 4 vices, 2 quarteiia. In prebenda R(ogeri) 
Wacelini per i noctem, dimidium quarterium. In supravenditis, 28 
quarteria. Summa: 73 quarteria dimidium. Et quietus est. 

Instaurum 

Idem reddit compotum de 17 bobus remanentibus anno preterito. 
De 2 adiunctis de instauro. De 5 postea emptis. Summa: 24 boves. 
In ocdsis ibidem in lardario, 2. Et remanent 22 boves. 

Idem reddit compotum de l equa remanente anno preterito. £t 
remanet. 

Idem reddit compotum de 3 vacds remanentibus anno preterito. 
De 2 adiunctis de instauro. De i postea empta. Summa: 6. In vivis 
venditis, 2. Et remanent 4 vacce. 

Idem reddit compotum de 2 bovettis, et 2 geniculis. In adiunctis 
bobus et vaccis, totum. Et nichil remanet. 

Idem reddit compotum de 4 annalibus remanentibus anno 
preterito, vitulis. Omnes remanent, unde 2 sunt masculi, 2 femelle. 

Idem reddit compotum de z vitulis proventis hoc anno de 
prescriptis vacds. Et de t empto cum vacca. Summa: 3. Omnes 
remanent, unde 2 sunt masculi, i femella. 

Idem reddit compotum de 89 ovibus remanentibus anno pie- 
terito. De 23 adiunctis de instauro. Summa: 112. In missis in 
laidarium ibidem, 6. In morte [sic] ante partimi, 2; post partum et 
post tonsionem, 3. Summa: 11. Et remanent loi. 

Idem reddit compotum de 25 multonibus remanentibus anno 
preterito. De 28 adiunctis de instauio. Summa: 53. In consuetudine 
prati falcandi post tonsionem, i, In mortuo post tonsionem, l. Et 
remanent 51 multones. 

Idem reddit compotum de 51 hc^^ttia remanentibus anno 



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184 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

preterito, agnis In adiunctis ovibos, 25.* In adiiinctis multonibus, 28. 
Et nichil remanet.' 

Idem reddit compotum de 92 agnis proVentis hoc anno de in- 
stamx}, quia I2 erant sterlles. In decima, 8. In consuetudine bercarii, 
I. In mortuis ante tonsionem, 22; post tonsionem, 5. Summa: 36. 
£t remanent 56 agni, 25 femelle, 31 masculi. 

Idem reddit compotum de 5 caseis remanentibus anno preterito. 
Et de 147 factis hoc anno. Sununa: 152. In decima: 14. In convivio 
hundredi, 2. In consuetudine bercarii, i. In consuetudine prati 
falcandi, i. In consuetudine feni congregandi, 4 hoc anno. In con- 
suetudine tonsionis, i. In 3 precariis hyemis et estatis, 3. In con- 
panagio braciatorum scotalle, i. In expensis constabularii, i. Suinina: 
28. In supiavenditis, 118, qui fecenmt 3 pondera dimidium et 
tertiam partem ponderis. Et lemanent 6. 

Idem reddit compotum de 157 velleribus grossis. In decima, 15. 
In consuetudine bercarii, i. In supravendttis, 141, que fecerunt 
dimidium pondus et tertiam partem ponderis. 

Idem reddit compotum de 61 velleribus agninis. In supravenditis, 
totum, 

Idem reddit compotum de i bacone remanente anno preterito. 
Et de 2 bobus, 6 ovibus missis ibidem in lardarium hoc anoo. In 
convivio hundredi, i baco, 3 partes camis i bovis. In data servienti, 
I ovis. In supravenditis, caro i bovis, et quarta pars bovis, et 5 oves. 
£t quietus est. 

Idem reddit compotum de 6 aucis, i ansere remanentibus anno 
preterito. £t de 5 proventis ex eisdem hoc anno. Summa: 12. Omnes 
remanent. 

Id^ reddit compotum de 17 gallinis remanentibus anno pre- 
terito. £t de 24 de cheriset huius atmL Sumtna: 41. In supraveadltis, 
15. £t remanent 26 galline. 

SCUTAGIUM* 

Achardus reddit compotum de 235. de reragio anni preteriti. Et 
de £86 os. 4^. de scutagio huius anni. Sutnma: ^£87 3$. 4^. 

LiberaHo 

In hberatis J(ohanni) decano per i talliam, £63 8s. Sd. Item 
eidem, los. Item eidem per manum constabuiarii de Tantona* per 

' Altered from 17 5}- the erasure of the Uat two strokes of XXVII. 
■ According to the figures given, account is rendered of 53 lambs iiutead 
of the stated 51. 

• See p. loi. n. 

* The fiist two latters of 'TaDtooa' axo wiitten in npitala in MS. 



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THE PIPE SOLL OF THE BI5H0PRIC OF WINCHESTER 185 

I taUiam, £ii 6s. Sd,^ In liberatione Acardi, 6os. lod. Item pro 
fomira eiusdem A(cardi) per R(c^erum) Wacelinum, 43. In defectu 
terre de Cnolle, zos. 

Summa liberationis expensa et defectus : £79 10$. 2d. 

Et remanent in debito £7 13S. 2d., unde gs. sunt de reragio anni 
preteriti. £t sunt super Achardo, 43. yd. Et super Roberto Lohot,* 
32i. Super constabulario de Femliam, I2d. Super Comitem [sic] 
Saresberie, <jd. 

Et sunt de reragio huius anni, £y 45. 2d., unde sunt in respectu 
per dominum Episcopum : 

Super Roberto Lohot,' 40S. Super Roberto de Hotot, 26S. 8rf. 
Super Johanne de Karite, 40S. Super Thoma de Sancto Walerico, 
26s. 8d. Super Comite Saresberie, i^Jrf. Et debet Achardus de 
reragio huius anni 95. 4^. 

Summa debiti super Achardo: 135, ii}<f. 

FORUM DE AlHESFORD* 

G(alfridus) de Aclent', Osbert, Reimundus, prepositi reddunt 
compotum de 45$. de 90 mesuagiis assisis. De £11 19S. ^d. de 359 
acris cultis. De 59S. de 118 acris de pastura. Summa; £17 3s. ^d, 

Et de I2d. de incremento gabuli de Waltero Ntwelle. De i2d. de 
incremento de Hugone cuvario. De 6d. de simili de Yvone Sutore. 
De 6d, de simili de Osbert molendinario. De 6d. de simih de Ada 
molendinario. De 6d. de Roberto de Sita. De 6d. de Erinisio fabro. 
De 4s. 6d. de Hugone fabro pro 3 mesuagiis. De 6d. de Ada de Ware 
pro I mesuagio. 

Sununa incrementi: 9$. 6d. 
Summa redditus et incremeati: £17 i2s. lod. 

Purchasia 

Idem reddunt compotum de 135. 41J. de firmario anni pre- 
teriri. De 2S. de Stephano de Wameford pro sursisa. De 6d. de 
Bemardo pro sepe male posita. De 6d. de Rogero* filio Sehilde pro 

< AKered from ^i6 6s. 8d. by the erasnre of the l^t stroke and half of the 
'V ia XVI. 

' Perhapa a inis-spemng of 'Hotot'. 

* The heading which ahares the same line in MS. witfa the lait entry of the 
scutage accoant, is deleted by a single stroke continued down both majgins. 
The capital letters CAT aie written in the left hand majgin at tbe foot of the 
account. IiL subatance the account is very similar to that headed 'Airesford: 
De BuTgo', and attached to the face of membrane g (see p. 14S). The chief 
difFerences between the two lie in the sum totals reached, and in the Bcveral 
additional itema entered heie. What followa was perhaps copied in error from 
an unaudited manorial roU. 

* Tbe 'b' in 'Roberto' bas been altered to a capital G. 



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l86 THE PIPE ROLL OF THE BISHOPRIC OF WINCHESTER 

meUea. De 6d. de Serlone pro stultiloquio. De 6d. de VAUelnio Balle 
pio suisisa. De 6d. de Giil^ibert) fratie eius pro simili. De ^d. de 
Ricaido Capite pro simili. De 6d. de Yvone Sutore pro simili. De 6d. 
de Roberto de Cnice pro simili. De 6d. de Rlcardo Francensis pro 
sisa male servata. De 6d. de amica Audoeni cleiid. De I2d. de 
homine Danielis pro mellea. De 6d. de Aliz pro sisa male servata. 
Summa: 2is. Sd. 

Summa totius recepte : £i8 14$. 6d, 

Liberaiio et Expensa 

In liberatis J(ohaimi} decano per i talliam, iios. In molendino 
fuUeratico faciendo, 66s. Sd. In caipentariis, 24$. In cementariis, 8s. 
In veteri molendino amovendo, et loco eius implendo, 2S. 6d. In 
clavis, 3ld. In latis, 2d. In meremio disiungendo et parando ad 
cariandum, i8d. In petra colligenda et atlxahenda, los. 2d. In 
mort(erio) attrahendo, 6s. In virgis coUigendis, 3S. ^d. In waUura 
fadenda, 2s. 8d. In cauma [stc] coUigenda, los. In mercede cooperarii, 
4S. In muro adimplendo, izd. In pariete fadendo de viigis super 
cursum aque, 6d. Item in virgis colligendis ad sparras, 8d. In plai^- 
(ero) fadendo, 8d. Summa: ^7 2s. ijd. 

Summa Uberationis et expense: £12 i2s. i^.^ 

Notandum quod remanent super Daniele per breve Episcopi, 
57S. 2}(i. Super FuUone, et Reimundo, et Waltero NiweUe per bieve 
Episcopi, 37S. £t debet PMIippus, fiater Gr^orii capeUani, los. 

Summa reragii per dominum Episcopum : 1045. 2^. £t adhuc 
debent i8s. 2d.* 

Annus VI.« 

* Th« remainiiis entries do not appeai in tbe accovnt on membrane 9. 
See p. 149. 

' The rest of the dorse ot tbe meiubrane is bUnk, save for two or three 
ebort lines ^tten in a cursive hand on the tongne of the membiaae, ajid 
made iUegible by discoloiation. 

■ This also is mitten on the tongne of the membrane, ond above it aie 
wiitten in capitals tbe words— ANNUS SEXTUS in a mnch latei hand. 



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GLOSSARY 

Albriphicare » Albificare, to whitea. 

Alva, a saddle flap. 

Alvens. Alveum, a wooden trough leading the water on to the mill- 

wheel. 
Bateria — Batura, a threshing bam. 
Caln — Calnabis?, a horse cloth, rug. 

G}phinaus =• Cophanus or Cophinns, a roi^h, two handled basket. 
Fausarz > Fausardas, a kind of airow (O.Fr. falsart — faucille -• stckle 

or a kind of cnttbig weapon). 
Huscia, a saddle cloth. 
Minusia, a kind of drink. 
Oinonnett — Oinmentt?, ointment. 
Pis = Pisagium or Pisaria. 
Pisagium, pesage, toll. 
Pisaria, atock of pease. 
Porettum — Porretum, a leek. 
Rottns?, perhaps a sheep infected by sheep rot. 
Sarpelerium =• Saipellarium, a sarplar or wrapper. 
Sparra, a bar, rail (Fr. baire). 
Spamim » Sperrum, a spar, baulk. 
Strilla, a curxy comb (Fr. itrille). 

Talevaz, a buckler, type of round shield (L. Talavacius, O.Fr. Talvas). 
Terreer — Terrier, possibly the Anglidzed form of tbe Latin canis 

teirarins. A. F. chien terrier, a hunting dog used to start badgers 

etc. from their eailh or burrows, 
Vater = Valtrarius, a fewterer. 
VentilaT — Ventilabrum, an implement for winnowing grain, winnowing 

fork. 



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„ „ i2john{ N.S. XXVI, 1951). 

„ „ X3john{ N.S. XXVIII. 1953)- 

Pipe Roll o/ Ihe Bishopric of Winchester 1208-9, ^- H. Hall (Londoo 
School o£ Economics and Political Science, 1903). 
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Acaet« (in Ea«t Heon, Hant*), iz6 

Adderbiiry, Edbnrgebeii {Ozon.), 66, 68 (bU) 

Alebroc, v, Altbroolc 

Alretford (Hants). 13S, 142 (bi*), 143 (bis), 144 (tM-), 143 (bte), 148, 130, 131, 

15* (bi.) 
— , FoTum. de, 185 

Altbrook. Alebroc (In Twyford, Hanti), 9, 17 
Alton, Aweltona (Hants), 41. 45. 141 
Aatona, v. Santhaniptan 
AshnunBWOTth, Esmereswoide, Esmereswrde (Hants), 97 (bis), 98 (bts), 99, 

102, 103 



Bagborongb, Baggeberga (in Taunton, Somenet), 167 (bis) 

Banbnry, Baneberi (Oxon.), 70 

Barford. Bereforda, in Downton (Wilts.). 30 

Beaulieu, Belliiin Locam (Huts), 136 

Beanworth, Beworde, Bewerde, Bewide, (Hants). 137 (ter), 141, 143 

Bellnm Locnm, v. Beanlien 

Bentley, Benetlega (Hanta), 41, 43, 44, 43 (bis) 

Bereforda, v. Barford 

Bermondsey, Bunnundeseia. 134 

Beworde. Beweide, Bewrde, v. Beaaworth 

Bighton, Biknitona (in Sntton, Hants.), I40 

Bishop's FoDtbill, Puntel (Wilts.), 88. 91. 9^ 

Bishop's Hnll, Hulle (in Tauntoa, Somerset), 163, 164, 165, 167, 168 (tns), 

170. 171, 174 (bis), 176 
BiBhop'^ Stoke, Stokes (Hants), 26, 27, 116, 117, 141 
BiBbop's Sutton. Suttona (Hants), 9, 119, 120, ia8, 135, 136 (bis). 138 (bis), 

139, 140. 141, 147 (passim), 150, iji, 132 
Bishop's Waltham, Waltham (Hanta). 14 (bis), 13, 33. z8 (bis), 29, 30 (Ims), 

iio, III, iis (ter). 113. 119, I30, 124, 133 (ter), 127 (ter), iz8, 129. i33> 

141. '43 
Bitteme, Biteme (Haots), 5, 6, 99 
Bordeaux. Burdavensis. 134 
Bortham (in Downton, Wilts.). 32 (bis) 
Boulogne, Bolonia. 154 

Bradford, Bradeforda (in Taunton, Somerset), 92. 167 
Bradley, Bradelega (in Wbitchnrch, Haots), 48 
Bramtffidge, Brombrigge (in Twyford, Hants), 9 (bia) 
Bridgewater, Bmges (Sonwrset), 163, 164 
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INDEX i: PLACES 193 

Brighstoiie, Brihtwistoiia (io W. Medine Hnndred, Isle of Wight), 73, 73, 76 

(ter) 
Brightwell. Brihtewellft (Berks.), 55, 60, 62 (p&saim), 67, 156 
Briatol, Bristollia, 171, 172, 173 
Biombrig^, V. Bnmbridge 
Bn^B, V. BridgewAter 
BTummora, 35 
Bnidaveiisis, v. Bordeanx 
Bnighclere, Burdere (Hants), v, Cleie, H^h Cleie, 93 (paaainx), 95. 9* (passim), 

97 (bia), 98. loi 
Bninmndeseia, v. Beimondsey 

Calboume, Cawelbnme (in Isle of Wight), 75, 76 (bis) 
Calcot, Kaldecote, (in Bishop's Waltham, Hants), 113 
Caminge (in Faieham, Hants), 107 

CapeUa (in Tannton. Someiset). 163, 163, 170 (ter). 179, 179 (bis) 
Caitsfield (in Faieham. Hants), iio 
Cawelbnme, v. Calboime 
Cedena, v. DheddoD Fiti Pa]me 
Chailton. Cheiletona {in Downton. Wat».), 3» (bis) 
Chait. Cheit (Suirey), 38 

ChsdtoD, Cheiitona (HaDts), 13, 133, 139 (bis), 141, 143, 143, 130 
Cherletona, v. Ctaarlton 
Chert, v. Chait 

Cleie, Cleia (High Clere with Baighdere, Hants), v. Burghdere, High Clere, 
20, 37 (bis), 93, 95, loi (passim), 103 (ter), 104 {bis), 103, 106 (passim), 141 
Cnoel, v. Knoyle 
Cnolle, 107. 1S3 

Combe Florey, Camba (in Xannton, Somerset), 177, 180 (bia) 
ComptoD, Cumtona {in Twyford, Hants), 10, 13, 14 
Corie, Corf (Somerset), 163, 164 (bis), i6j. 168, 170, 173, 174. 175 
Coihamptan, Coihamtona (in Bishop'B Walthun, Hants), 113 
Cothelstone, CuveleBtona (in Taunton, Someraet), 167 
Crawley. Ciauleia, Craweleia (Hanta), 16 (biB) 
Creedi (in Heath&dd, Taunton, Somerset), 170 
Crii, V. Creecb 

Culham, Culnham (in Wargrave, Berks.), 83 (bis), 85 (bis), 86 (passim) 
Camba, v. Combe Florey 
Cumtona, v. Compton 
Cuveleatona, v. Cothelatone 

Dbeddon Fiti Payne, Cedena (in Taunton, Somerset), 167 

Downton, Dnntona (Wilts,). 9. 30 (ter), 33 (bis), 34, 33, 37 (passim), 92, 98 

Diolcenefoida. v. Dioxfoid 

Dioxford, Diokenefoida (in Bishop'B Waltham, Hants], 115, tt6 

Duntona, v. Dowcton 

East Meon, Menes Ecclesia (Hants), v. Meon, West Meon, 123 

East OaUey. Haoelea (Hants), 93 

East Woodhay. Widehaie (Hants), 83, 97. 98 (bis), 99 (bis) 

EdienesweUa, v. Itchingswell 

Edbnrgeberi, v. Adderbniy 

Elsted, Elestede (in Fainham, Soney), 39 



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EamerMWorde, v. AihinaiuwoTth 
E*twick. Eatwikk (in Eut WDodhaj, HMits), loo 
Etfield, Etfeld (in Tftanton, SomerMt), 167 
Exeter, Exonia, 172, 173 

Faleleiai. v Ftwley 

Fueham, Fereham, Ferham, (Hanta), 14, 106, 109 (bii), 116, 130, 127 (to) 

Funham, Femham (Snirey), 38 (t«r), 40 (bi*), 41 (ter), 43 (bia), 43 (jwniii^, 

44' 43> 47. Bi, 85, 88, 138, 156 
Farrington, Feindnna (Hant*], 139 
Fawley, F&leleia (Hantt). 3 
Ferefaam, v, Fareham 
Ferham. v. Fareham 
Fermeaham, v, Frentham 
Femdnna, v. Farrington 
Femham. v, Famham 

Fidiclc, Fidoch (in Bi«hop't Hull, in Tannton, Someraet), 164 
Flander*, Flandria, 119 
Freemaiitle, Fremantel, 96, 98, 106 
Freniham, Fermesham (ia Famham, Snrrejr), 41 
Froxfield, Froxfelda (Hanti). 136 (ter) 
Fulford, Fuleforda (in Tannton, Someraet), 163 (bU), 164 (bis), 169, 173, 174, 

178 
Funtel, V. Biahop'a FonthiU 

Galonceitria, v. Gloncester 

Gildeforda, v. Gnildford 

Giliingham. Gillingebam (Wilts.). 93 

Gloncestei, GaloDCestiia, Glaucestiia, Gloacestiia, 34, 33, 90 

Guildford, Gildeforda (Surrey), 4} 

Haiwode. v. Haywood 

Hake, v, Oake 

Halteclere. v. Higb Clere 

Hambledon, Hamelednna (Hants), 14, 130, iz6 (bis), 139 (putim), 131, 133 

Hamley, Hamelega (in Biahop'B Stoke, Hanta), 36 

Hanitona, v. Sonthampton 

Hantona, v. Soutbampton 

Harwell, Harewella (Berka.), 57. 58 (biB), 59 (paasim), 60, 61 

Hanelea, v. Eaat Oakley 

HaywDod, Haiwode (in Alresford. Hants), 144 (bis), 143 (ter), 130 

Henton, Hentona (in Biahop'! Stoke, Hants), 131 

Heieford, Herefoida,, 6j 

High Clere, Halteclere (Hants), v. Bnrghclere, Qere, 93 (passim), 96 (passim), 

97(bis) 
Holway, Holesweia, Holweia (in Tannton, Somerset), 163 (bis), 166, 167 (bia), 

173. 174 (bis). 176. 177 
Hoapitalis, Sancte Cnicis, v. Winchestei 
HuIIe, V, Bishop'a HuII 
Husseborne, v, Huratbonrne Tarrant 
HoTstbouine Tairant, Hossebuine (Hants), 103 

Ichnlla, V. Itchel 

Isle of Wight, Insnla, 73, log (bis), 119 



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Itchel, IctinUa (io Cioiidal, Honta), 41 

Itchingsmll, Ecbwetwolla (Hants), g6, 97, 98 (ter), 99 (pastim), loi, 104 . 

Koldecote, v. Calcot 

Kingston, Kingettona (in Tannton, Someiaet), 163 (bi»), 164, 169, 173, 174 

Knojrie, Cnoel (Wilts.), 34 (bis). 37 (ter). 88 

L« Milelandc, La Melelande, (ia Taunton. Somerset), 163. 169 

Langford, Longeford (in Noiton Pitzwairen, Somenet), 164, 173, 176 

lAverstoke, Laveiliestoke (in Overton, Haots), 48, 49 

Lega (in Taunton, Someiset), 167 

Lenges (in Taunton, Somenet), 163 

Levinton, Levintona, 45 

London, Londooia. 13. 16, 18, 23, 37, 41, 43 (bis), 37, 61. 80. 83. 90. 95. i4i> 

143. 146. 131. 15* 
Lovinton, Lovintona, 123. 135 (bis), 137, 118 (bia). 129. i33. 136 

Hadbiook, Madbroc (in Bisbop's Hull, Taunton, Someiset). 16S 

Mardon, Meiednna (Hants), 17, 19, 31, 49, 106. 116. 143. 153 

Hatlow, Merlawe (Bncks.), 80 

Harw«U, MeiewelU (Hants), 12, 13 (ter), 15, 16 (passiin). a8, 29. 30 (ter), 57, 

119, 120 (bis), 124. 127, 128 
Hattock's Ford, Mattnkesford (in Bishop's Waltham, Hante). 113 
Bfeadstead, Medestede (in Alreaford, Hants), 143 
tblelande. v. La Uilelande 
Menes. v. Meon 
Menes Ecclesia. v. East Meon 
Heon, Menes, Mienes (Hants). v. Eaat Meon, West Meon, 14, 43, 4J, 116. 117, 

izo (bia), IZ2, 124, 126 (bis), 127 (ter), 128, 129, 132, 143 
Mereduna, v, Mardon 
Merewella. v. Morwell 
Merlawe, v. Marlow 
Merton, Meretona, 139. 141 
Hienea. v. Meon 
Mienes Manerinm, v. West Meon 
Ministeriom Wintonie, v. Winchester 
Uons Sancte Katerine (in Beanwortb. Hants). 137 

Nailesboume, Nailesbuma, Naillesbnrna, Nallesbnma (in Tannton, Somerset), 

163 (bis). 164, 169, 173. 174. 179 
Nihida Monachonim, v. Ninehead Florey 

Ninehead Florey, Nihida Monachaium (in Taunton, Somerset), 167 
Nordtwiforda, v. North Twyford 
North Twyford, Nordtwiforda (Hants). v. Twyford, Sontb Twyfoid. 10 (bia), 

II, 14 
Nortb Waltham, Nortwaltham, Norwaltham (Hants), 30, 33, 119 
Noiton Fitzwarren, Nortona (in Taunton, Somerset), 167 
Nortwaltham, v. Noith Waltham 
Norwaltham, v. North Waltbam 
Nunton, Nantona (in Downton, Wilts.), 30 (bis), 33, 34, 37 

Oake, Hake (in Tavoton. Somerset), 167 
Orcham (in Taunton. Somerset), 167 (tns) 
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Ossere {in Hambledon, HEtnts), 131 

Otterford, Otriford, Otriforda (in Tavnton, Soroerset), 163, 164 {bis), iGg, 171, 

173 (bia), 174. 175, 178 
Overton, Overtona {Hants), 24 (bis), 33, 48 {bis), 30, 94 (bis] 
Ower, Ore (Hanti), y 6 

Pikeaton, Pikestona (in Otterford, Taunton, Sometset), 167 

Pipmemstie, v. PitminsteT 

Pitminster, Pipmemstre (in Tannton, Somerset), 164 

Pitvet, V. Privet 

Porchester, Porcestria, iio 

PoTtsmontb, Portesmna, Portesmme, Portesmutha, Postesmna, 109, iio (bis), 

III, 127 
Poniidisford, FuDdlesforda {in Tannton, Somerset), 163 (bis), 168, 171 (bis), 

173. 174. 175. 176 
Prevet, v. Privet 

Privet, Pitvet, Prevet, Pruveta (Hants), 144 (bis). 145, 150, 131 (passim), 152 
Pmveta, v. Privet 
Pundlesforda, v. Poundisford 

Reading, Redinge, Redingia {Berks,), 42, ijj 

Rimpton, Rimptona (Somerset), 181 

Rome. Roma. 134 

Ropley, Roppeleia (in Biahop's Sntton, Hantt). 140 

Saldcford, v. Shawford 

Sanctns Flurus, v. Taanton, Saint Florey 

Sanctus SwithunuB, v. Winchetter, Saint Swithan 

Sandelford (in King'B Qere, Hants), 93 

Scaldeflut (in Isle of Wight), 73, 73 

Scaldeforda, v. Shawford 

Seal, Sele (in Farobam. Suirey), 38 {ter), 40 (bis), 41, 42 {bis), 43 {passim) 

Shawford, Saldeford. Scaldeforda (in Twyford, Hants), 10, 13 

SboTeham. Soreham (Sussex). log 

Sidmonton. Sidemantona (in Burgbclere, Hants), loi 

Someiset, Sumersete, Sumersette, 163, 171, 172 

Soreham, v, Shorebam 

Soutbampton, Antoaa, Hanitona, Hantona, (Hants), 30, 30. 109, 112, 143 

Soutb Twyford, Sudtwiforda (Hants), v, North Twylord, Twyford, 10, 11 

South Waltham, Suwaltham (Hants), 53 

Southwarlt, Suwerke. 16, 20, 26, 44, 45 (bis). 48, 51, 55. 57, 58, 59 (bis), 62 (bis), 

82 (bis). 86 (ter), 87, 88. 93, 98, 109, 112, 119. 125, 127. 129, 131, 133, 133. 

137. 138. 139, 143, 148, 153. 155. 157 {bis) 
Stanford, Stanforda {in Bishop's Sutton, Hants), 140 
Stanham, J (bia) 

Stanstead, Stanstede, 123. 123, 127, 12S 
Stapl^ove, Stapel^. Stapl(e) (in Tannton, Somerset). 163 (bis), 16S, 173, 

'74. '75. "77 
Stenbury, Stenebira (in Isle of Wight). 74 
Steep, Stepe. {Hants). 126 {ter) 
Stoke. Stokes {in St. Maiy Boume, Hants), 103 

Stokes, v. Bishop'a Stoke, Stoke (ia St, Mary Boome), Stokes (in Twyfbrd) 
Stokes (in Twyford, Hants), 9 (bis), 13, 14, 13 (bis) 
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Sumersete, Samersette, v. Somerset 

Suttona, V. Biahop's Svtton 

Suwaltham, v. South Waltham 

Suwerke, v, Sonthwark 

Swainestone, Sweinestooa. Swenestona (in Calbourne, Isle of Wight), 73, 73 

Tadley, Taddelega (in Overton, Hants), 34 (bis) 

Talanda, v. Tolland 

Tantonia. v. Tannton 

Taunton, Tantonia, manor of, 163, 173, 173, 175, 177, iSo, 161, 1S4 

Bnrgus, 164 

Castellus, 170, 171 (bis), 175 

Molendinum de Bnrgo. 170 

Molendina aub Castello et Langeford, 164, 173 

Molendinum de Tabrigga. 164, 176 

Porta Occidentalia de, 170 

Sanctus Flurua, 162 
Tewkesbuiy, Theokesburia, 63 
Tilford, Tileforda (in Famham. Snirey). 38 
Tolland. Talanda (in Taunton. Somerset), 167 
Tiendle, Trindle (in Pitminster, Taunton, Someraet), 163, 164, 168, 173, 174 

(bis) 
Twyford, Twifoida (Hants), v. Noith Twytord, South Twyford, 9. 13. ao. ag. 
116, 117, 119 

Ulmesore (in Isle of Wight), 73 
Upbam (in Twyford, Hants), g 
Uj^landa (in Famham. Suirey), 38 
Uppelanda (in Witney, Oxon.), 63, 64 (bis) 
Uppelande (in Taunton, Somerset), 163 

Walda. V. Wield 

Walde, V. Wield 

Walea, Walia, Wallia, 13 (bis). 30, 96, 153, 171 (ter). 172, 174, 177. 179 

Wallingford, Walingefordia. 56, $9 (bis) 

Waitham. v. Bishop's Waltham 

Waltham St. Lawrence, Waltham (in Waigrave, Berka.), 83. 83 (bis). 83 

(paasim), 86 (passim) 
Warfield, Warefeld (in Wargiave, Berks.), 83, 84 
Wargrave. Weregiave (Beika.). 45, 80. 82 (bis), 83 (bis), 84, 83 (bia), 86 (passim), 

121. .56 (tei), 137 (bis) 
Watley, Watelega. Wattelega (in Otterford. Taunton, Somerset), 163, 164 
WaverJey, Waverleia. 43 (ter) 
Wdestoke, v, Woodstock 
Weregravc, v. Wai^ve 

West Meon, Mienes Manerium (Hants), v. East Meon, Heon, I30 
Whippingbam, Wipingeham (in £. Medine, lale of Wight), 74 
Wick, Wike (in Downton, Wilta), 30 (passim), 33 (bis), 34 
Wicumba. v. Wycombe 
Widehaie, v. East Woodhay 
Widintooa. v. Witheiington 
TOeld, Walda, Walde (Hanta), 133, 141, 14« (bis), 146, 147 (Ks), 148, 149, 

150 (bis), 151 (ter) 
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198 INDEX l: PLACES 

Wlton, WUtoiw, 34 

Winchuttf, Wintonia (Hants), 9, 73, 100, tot, toj. 106. IS5 (bis), 127, tjj 
(bia), 170, 171, 177 

Bnck Street. Bulceitret, 138, 162 

CMion Street, PailardBsevichene. Pailardestvichene, 158, 160 

Canon Street, Suvetvicheae. Suvetvicherene. ij8, 139, t6t 

Caiitle Gate, Porta Cutelli, 158, 160 

Colebrook Street, Colebrokestret, 158, 160 

East Gate, Porta Oiientalis, ijS. 139, i6t, t6a 

Ecclesia Sancti Hichaelis, 159 

Fleshmonger Street, Flesmangerestret, 158, t6o 

Gar Street, Garstret, tjg. 160. 161 

High Street, Magnna Vicus, 159, t6o 

Hospitalis Sancte Cmcis, 158. 160, t6t 

King's Gate, Porta Kingate, tj8, tjg, 161, t6a 

Magnus Vicos, v. High Street 

Melelane, 158 

Miniateiium Wintonie, t58-t63 

Mons Soncti Egidii, v. St. Giles' Hill 

North Gate. Porta Borealis, 138, t6o, t6i, 162 

Pailaidesevichene, PaiUrdestvichene, v. Canon Street. 

Porta Austi^is, v. Soath Gato 

PortA Boiealis, v. North Gato 

Porta Castelli, v. Castle Gate 

Porta Kingato, v, King'a Gate 

Porta Occidentalis, v. West Gato 

Porta Orientalis, v. East Gate 

Saint Giles' HiU, Mons Sancti Egidii, 161, 163 

Soint Switbnn, Sauctus Switbnnns. 138, i6t, 163 

Sonth Gate. Porta Anstralis, 158. 160. t6t, i6a 

Sparkford, Sperkefoida, 139, 161 (bis) 

Snvetvictaene, Snvetvicherene, v. Canon Stieet 

Tantter'8 Street. Tannetestret, 158, t6o, i6t 

Templariomm tene, 160 

West Gato, Porta Occidentalis, 138, i6t 

Wongar Street, Wat^erestret, Wenegerestret, W«ngaresb«t, 158, 160, i6t, 

t63 

Wintney, Wintoneia (Hants), 41 (bis), 43 

Wintonia. v. Winchester 

Wipingeham. v. Wbippinghain 

Witherington, Widintona (in Downton, Wihs,), 30 (ter), 32 (bis) 

Withngton, Withntona (in WTCombe, Bvcfcs), 78 

Witney, Witteneia (Oxon.), 63, 73 

Wolvesey, Wlveseia (Hants). 6, 9, 12, 13 (ter), 14 (ter), 13, 16 (ter), t8 (bia), 
t9 (bis), 20 (paaaim), 21 (bis), 23, 24. 25 (bis), 28, 30 (ter), 37, 41 (bis), 45, 
3t, 52, S4. 96. 97. 99 (bis), 101, 104, 120 (bis), 127 (bis). «8, 147, 148 (ter), 
132, 167 

Woodstock, Wdeatoke (Oxon.). 65 

Wycombe, Wicumba Wicumbe (Bucks), 44, 78, 86, 156 (Ws), 157 (bia) 



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It bas been faand ncce&sajy to present a selective index only. ThiB indMc 
includes the names of all those dosely connected nith the estate administra- 
tion, manorial officials where tbey ar« named, the bishop's clerks. members of 
bishouaebold, hiamilitary tenant$andotb«ii>eisonsof bighrank. particnlarly 
royal servants who are occasionally mentioned in the toU. WherevGr possible 
persons have been indexed nnder aiimames. 

A,, prepositns de Biteme. 5 

A., prepositna de Dnntona, 30 

A., serviens de Twiforda, 9 

Ace, Matbeus, 156, 157 

— , Nicbolaus, 76 

— , P., 82, 85, 86 

Achardus, bi3hop's marahal, g. 97, 184, 185 (passim) 

Aclanda. v. Adent' 

Aclenf . Galfridus de, aj, 24, 34, 35. 41. 43, "7. "3. "8, 131, 133, 137, 139, 

141, 142 (bis), 144, 148, 149, 185 
Adam, clericus, 164 
— . nuncius, 141 

— . prepositus de Echeneswella, 104 (tus), 103, 106 (bis) 
— . prepositas de Waltham, 14, 15. IIO, 112 (bis) 
— , serviens de Walda. 149. 151 
Ailwardus, magiater. iio, 127 
Alanus, capellanus, 78, So (bis), 81, Sa (bis) 
— . magister, 99 
Albanas, v, Sanoto 
Alexander, magister, 57, 133 
— , medicus, 65 
— , prepositus, 64 
Andeli, Rogerus de, 157 
— , Walterus de, 138 (bis), 139 
Arbalistrarias, v. Ferandns 

Arcbidiaconos, v. Cantnaiia. Huntendon, Pettiers, Wntonia 
Archiepiscopus, v. Heiia 
Arene, Robertus de, 123, 134, 129. 136 
AmaJd, magister, 37, 38 
Amnf, magister, 86 
Aswi. Radolfns, 134 
Aubericns, comes. 135 

Audelinas. serviens de Henes Ecclesia, 133, 136 
Andoenus, v. Sancto 
Avoiles. Ricardns de. 171, 173 

Basset, HagiBter Robertus, 23. 34, 34 (bis), 35, 41, 43, 57, 70, 71, 90, 91, 96, 97. 
133. 134, 123, iz8. 139. 153, 156 

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BatUlo. Willelmus ds. iz8 

Bolonie, mercaton», 154 

Breibuf, Bnibeof, HeDricnB de, 57, 63. 133. 135. 138. 141 

BaidaveDsis, mercator, 134 

BoTTDundeseia, monachi de, 134 

Calceto, Galfridns de. 6, 7 (ter). 9. 37. 41. 57, 65 (bis). 68, 118, 143, 154, 171 

(passim), 175, 178 (bis), 179 
Camerarios, v, Dionisius 
Cancellanns, 68 
Candelard, frater, 173 
Canonici de Meretona, 139 
— de Novo Loco, 130, izi 
Canteto. v. Kantelo 

Cantnaiia, Henricus archidiacontu de. ijg 

Capellanas. v. Alaoas. Gfegonus, Reginaldns, Ricardns. Silvester 
Caretarius, v. Jobannes 
Carpentarius, v. Matheus, Eadulfus 
Cauz, V. CsJceto 
Ceresia, Ksrolus de, iio 
Chaleke. Thomas de, 91 
Charitte, Johannes de la, 137 
Chartte, Jotumnes de, 90 
Chaucumbe. Thomas de, 91, 93 
Chauz, V. Calceto 

Qericas, v, Adam, Galfridas. Godefridos, Stephanas 
Cocus. V. Nicholaus, Willelmus 
Colevilla, Johannes de, 137, 143 
CombustoT, V, Robertns 
Conseilardus, v. Cuoseilardus 

CoDStabularius. v. Femham. Premantcl. Tsntonia, Walingefordia 
Coquina. v, Petrus, Stephanns 

Croperia, Croperie, Fhilippus de, 16, 35. 90. 91. 135, 141, 143. 156 
Croperie, v. Croperia 
Culoham. preposttus de, 83 
Cunseilardns. 128, 157 

Dammartino. Wittetmus de. 48, 50 (bis), 53, 109 
Baniel, pincema, 91, iio 
DaviduB, pincems, 6, 7, 9, 93, 97 (bis) 
Decanns. v. Joliannes 

Dionisius camerarina. 6, 7, g, 41, 43 (bis), 46, 60, 64, 79, 83, 97, 155, 137 (tcT), 
167 

E,. prepositns de Craweleia, 16, 17, 18, 20 

Edwardus, prepositus de Brihtewella. 33 (bis). 60 

Eimerus, m^ster. 43, 116 

Emaldus, magister. 63, 66 

Emulfns, magister, 85 

Emulfus, prepositus, 84 (bis) 

Estona, Willelrona de, iz8 

Eaturini, Willelmus, 33 

Eustachius, senescallus, 143 

Everardus, prepositns de Hameleduna, v. Serlo, 119 



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Faconis, Nicliolaiis, it6 

FaJeleia, firmarius d«, 5 

Fasci, Emerus de, 117 

Ferandus arbalistrariua, 131, 132 

Ferhain, W. de, 171 

Ferabam, constabularins de, 185 

Fluri, Tliomaa de. i6z, 167, 173 

— , Simon de, 167, 173, 177 

Frater Jobatuies, v. Waverleia 

Frematitel, constabnlariua de, 49, 50 

GaJMdns clericns, 154 

— , tuarescallos, tj, 19, 24, 35 (bis). iio, 117. 124, 156 

— , piscator, 127 

Gant. T. et R.. prepositi de Mieties Matierium, lao (bis) 

Germaniis, servieus de Mienes Manerium, lao, 123 

Gervasius, piucenia. 41 

— , venator, 13. 42, 112, 117, 118, 151 (bia), 153 

Gilbert, prepositus de Esmeresworde, 102 (bis), 103, 104 

Gilibert, Willelmus fitins. serviens de Dnntona, 30, 34 

— , prepositus de Beworde, 137 (ter) 

Glaptno, Gaviinna de, tt6, 117, 119 

Godefridus dericns, 154 

— , marescallns, 142 (bjs) 

— , prepositus de Harewella, 57, 60 (bis) 

Godwinus, prepositus de Norwaltham, 52 (bis) 

Grai, Ricardus de, 70, 71, 97, 179 

Gramvilla, EDatacUua de. v. GreinviUa 

Grangiarius, v. Hugo. W. 

Gregorlus capellanua, 65, 70 (bis), 71 (bis), 95 (bia), 97, 114. 155, 157 (ter). 186 

Grei, Ricardus de, v. Grai 

Greinvilla, Eustachius de. 26, 42, 70. 71, 75, 96. 97, 109 (bis), 110, 111, ii2. 

119, 120 (bis), 127, 128, 129 
GremviUa. v. Greinvilla 
Guldetop, R. 128 

H., preposjtus de Mereduna, xj (bis), 25. 26 

H., prepositus de Twiforda, 9 (bis) 

Hales, Robertus de. 99 (bis), 123, 134 

Hariagot, Nicbolaus de. 70, 71 

Helia, clericus archiepiscopi, 142 

Henricus, archidiaconus Cantuarie, 159 

— , filius Regis, 65 

Herebert, prepositus. 39 

Hervicus, prepositua de Fereham, 106, 107 

Hotot, Robertus de, 41 (ter), 41, 43, 70, 71, 81, 85,86, ti8, 152, 155 (ter), 136, 

157, 185 (ter) 
Hugo, grangiariua, 38 (bis) 
— , medicus, m^^ster, 159 (bis) 
— , prepositns, 6 

— , prepositns de Suttona, 139 (bis), 147, 150 
— , prepositns de Walda, 133, 141. 146. 147, 149 (bis) 
— , prepositus de Witteaeia, 63 (bis), 71, 73 
Hngonis, Jobaimes filius, 65, 6S (bis), 153 



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HtiiiteDdon, arebidiaconus de, 43, 67 
HuDtingefeld, TlKirau de, 65, 66, 70, 71, 9j, 97 

J., Bervien* de Biteme, 3, 7 

J.p prepositus de Cheritona, 133, 134, 150 

Jocelinns, pistor, 160 

JoliAnties, c^iretarins, 20 

— , decanus de Wlveseia, 5 (ter), 6, 12, 13, 14 (bfB), 16, i8, 20, 21, 22, »4, aj, 
26, 3fl, 33. 38. 40. 46. 49, 33. 56, 61, 64. 70, 75, 77, 79. 8j, 85, 89, 95. 99 
(bis), 100, 102, 105, 108, 115, 119, 120 (bis), 112, 126, 127, 128 (bis), 129, 
131. 135. "38. 139. '40, 145. 149. 150. »37. »58. 16*. '67 (M. 173 (bis), 
177. iSo, 182, 184 (ter), 186 

Johannee, finnarius de Stanbam, 5 

— , Irater, 171 

— , piepositua de Wicnmbe, 78 (biB) 

— , serviena de Suwerke, 16, 37, 58, 59 (bis), 62 (bis). 80. 81, 153, 154, 157 

Jordauns, prepositns de Rimptonft, iSi (bis) 

JosUciarii loreste, 34, 41. 43 (bis), 157 

Juvenis, Petms, iii 

Kantelo, Fnlco de, izo, 121 
Kaiite, Johannes de, 183 

l4k Martre, Henricns, 146 

Lancelevee, Johannes de. 42 

Loiwt, V, Hotot 

Londonia, Magister Johannes de. 16, 143 

Londonie, Magister Robertus, iii 

Lnca, pictor, 13, 16, 30 

Lurdona. Robertvs de. 13, 33, 142 (bis) 

Losset, Radulfus de, 90 

Lvvieis, Luvers, Galfridue de, 6, 7, 9. 68 (bis), 91. 120, 128, 137 

Halet. Willelmns. 163, 172, 179 (bis) 

Hatlai, Petms de, 65, 68 

— , Willelmos de. 35 

Mallo, Willelmua de, 42 

Marescallua, v. Galfridns, Godetridas. Osbeit, Robertns. Walteras 

Marisco, Ricatdus de, 21, 63 (bis), 67, 68 (bis) 

Martre. v. La Martre, Henricns 

Matheus carpentariua, 13 (bis) 

— , serviens de Hamelednna, 129, 131 (bia) 

Manricins, serviens de Cnoel, 88, Bg 

Maxentius. v. Sancto 

Medicus, V, Hngo, Ricardus 

Michaelis, prepositos de Cteia, 93 (bis), 98 (ter) 

Moneta, Galfridas de, 38. 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 (passim) 

N., seiviens de lasnla, 73. 73 
Nevill, Hogo de, 93 (bis). 97, 106 
Nevilla, GaUridus de, 109, ti6, 117 
Nicbolaos, 90. 9i 

, COCUS, 99, 119, I20 

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Ore, firmarina de, 3 

Osbeit marescallas, 160 

— , prcpositns de Alresford, 144 (bis), 146 (bis), 148, iy>, 133, 183 

Ox«nefi>rdeacir, vicecomes de, 70, 71 

Buitulfiis, magister, 134 

^reutio, P. de, 109, ito, iit, ita {Ixb) 

Parfit, Waltems, it3, tt6 

Parin, P. de, ti6, 117 

Fatiiciiu, prepositns de Menes Ecclesia. 123 (tns) 

Petevinoa, Willelmns, 117 

Petms de coquina, cocas. 37, 99 (bis) 

Pettieis. aichidiaconas de, 42 

Fhilippaa, 97 

Pictor, V. Laca 

Pincema, v. Danjel. Davidus, Gervastos, Thoinas 

Pjncon. Ricardus, 116. 117 (bia) 

Fiacator, v. GaUridas, Waltems 

Fistor, V. Jocelinoa, Stephanas, Thomas, Willelmas 

Piteldn. Ricardna. 135 

Flesseiz, Ricardns de. 33 

Poute, Reinenis de, 119, I30 

— . Rogerus de, 109 (bia), 112 (bia). 116, 117 

Ponz, R. de, v. Fonte, Rogerus de 

Frepositaa, v. A., Adam, £., Edwardna, Everardus, Gant. T. et R., Gilbcrt, 
Gilibert, Godefridus. Godevinna, H., Henricns, Hervicoi, Hago, J., 
Johannes, Jordanas, Micbaelis, Osbert, Patricios, R., Reimondns, 
Ricardaa, Serlo, W. 

Qninci, Alviedas de, 26 

R., prepositns de Edbnrgeberi, 68 (bia), 70, 72 

R.. prepositus de Duntona. 30 (bis), 36, 37 (bis) 

Kadulfus, carpentarius, 13 (bis) 

Ramesdene, Ranulf de, 120 

Raavilla, Geimanus de, 113 

Rannia. Reginaldus de, 173, 173, 173. 179 

Ravlinua. q5 

R««ina. 34, 37 (bis), 65 

Reginaldus, capellanns, i63 

— , aalaarius, 20, 61, 63, iio 

Reimundos, prepositus de Alresford Borgo, 148, 183 

Rex. 9, 30 (bis). 34. 35 (bis), 37 (bia), 41 (Ws), 42 (paaaim), 43, 45 (ter), jo 
(pasaim). 32 (bia), 56, 65 (passim). 66, 68 (bis). 85, 93, 93, 96 (bis), 97 
(paasim), 98, 99, 109, 110, iii, 116 (bis), 117 (ter), 118, 119, 133 (bis), 163, 
165, 171. 172 (bis), 173, 174, 175, 177, 178, 180 

Ricardua. capellanas. 138, 162 

— , medicns, 139 

— , piepositas de Cnoel, 88 (bis), 90 

— , prepositDS de Fernham, 38 (bis) 

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RicardnB, MrvieDS de Brihtewella. 5j, 37 
' it de Oftweleia, 16. i8(?) 
is de Edbnrgeberi, 68, 70 
iBde Hapewella, 60 
!■ de MereduDa, 21, 23 
V^itteMiai. 63, 63 
Robertoa, frater Ricardi de Availea, 171, 175 
— , berebre t t u », 144, 146 
— , combastoT, S (passim) 
— , maieacalliu, 15, iti, 117, tS7 
— , Berviens de Cumb«, 180 
Rokiiigebam, Roberttu de, 134 
Rwaiiiol, Petius de. 57, 70, 71 (bis), 8$, 86, qj, 97, 99, 155, 157 (bii) 

Sacrista Sancti Swithani, 138, 161 

SalsariDs, v. Reginaldns 

Saucto Albano, Henricns de, 154. 157 

Sancto Audoeno, Waltems de, jo, 96, 99 

Sancto Haxentio, Willelmus de, 12B, 179 

Sancto Walerico. Tbomas de, 185 

Sanlorda, Robinnsde, 37, 172 (tns}, 173, 175, 178 (Us), 179 

Saresberie, comes, 183 (bis) 

ScQtellas, Fetms, 143 

SenescaUus Episcopi, 35, 37 (bis), 42. 49, 60, 81, 82, 87, 92, 93. 97. 99. tl6, I17, 

Senescallns Rc^, v. Hagoois, JobaaneB filias 

Serlo, prepositus de Hameleduna, v. Everardns. 129. ijo 

Serviens, v. A.; Aco, P.; Aclent'. GaUridus de; Adam; Alanos capellanas; 
Audelinus; Dammaitino, Willelmns de; Geimanns; Giliberi:, Willelmus 
filins; J,; Johannes; Matheus; Mauricins; Moueta, GaUridos de; Paifit, 
Walterus; Qninci, Alvredns de; Ricardns; Robertna; T. ; Wltooa, Jobaoiies 
de 

Silvester capellaaus, 153. 137 

Sorewelta. Willelmus de, 128, 129. 162 

Stanham, Johannes firmarius de, 3 

Stepbanus dericus, 26, 33. 37 (bis), 38, 68, iiz, 119, I30 (bis), 124, 143, 144, 
157 (passim) 
— . de coquina, 72 
— , pistor, 161 

Sahantescir, vicecomes de, 41, 43 

Snmeraette. vicecomes de, v. Malet, WiUelmos; Raunis, Reginaldus de; 163, 
172 (bis) 

Swapbam, W. de, 171 

Tantonie, conatabnlarius, 167, 171 (ter), 173. 177, 182, 183. 184 (bis) 

— , prior, 167 
Templarii, 160 
Testard, 96, 127, 128 
Thomaa. magister, 63 

— , pincema. 90, 91 

— , pistor, 117 

— , serviens de Fereham, 106, 109 (bil), 127 

— , venator, 96 
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Tumehain, Robertns de, ijs 

Turvilla, Manricius do, 6, 7, 8, 9, 18. 19. »3. »4 (bis), 34, 35, 50, 57, 58, 61, 63. 

65. 66, 70, 71, 72, 75 [bis), 76 (bis), 77 (bis), 80, 85, 86, 90, 109, iir, iia, 

123. laS (bis), 139 

Vaatort, ReiaeroB de, 116 (bis), 117, 143 

Veuator, v. Gervasius, Thoioas 

Vtcecomes, v. Oxenefordescir, Sohantescir, Sumersette 

W., gTangiarius, 106, 107 
W., prepositns de Benetlega, 43 (bis), 48 
W., prepositas de Insals, 73 (bis) 
W., prepositus de Overtona, 48 (bis), 50 (bis) 
W., prepositas de Weregrave, 83 (bis) 

Wacelinos, Rogeras de. 6, 7, 9, 13, 16, 18, 19, to (bis). 13. 24. 36 (bis). 30 (ter), 
34. 35. 37 (passim), 41. 42, 43, 50, jz, 53, 54, 57, 58, 59, 65, 70. 71, (bU), 80, 
81,85, 86, 90. 9'{bis), 92(ter), 95(bis), 96,97 (ter), 99 (ter), 109,111,116, 
117, 118, 130, 133, 138 (bis), 132. 143, 154. 155. 157, 173, 179, 183, 183 
Walerico, v. Sancto 

Walingcfordis, constabolarins de, 59 (bis) 
Walterus, frater, 13 

— , marescallus, 96 

— , piscator, 41, it6, 137, 146 
Waltbam, prepositus de, 83 iio 
Waverleia, frater Johannes de, go 

— , monachi de. 43 (ter) 
Wdecoc, Willelmus, 116, 117 (passim), 151 (bis), 153 
Wihtona, Thomas de, 14 (bis), 110, 114 
WiUelmus, cocus, 153, 171 (ter), 173, 175, 177. 178 

— , magister, 83 
— , pistor, 110, 117 
— . serviens. 133 (bis) 
Wintonia, archidiaconus de, 41, 43, 44, 43, 37, 38, 39. 60, 83. 86 (bis), 133, 136 
Wintoaiensis, Godefridus Episcopns, 139, 13S, 139 (passim), 160 (bis), 161 
— , Petrus Episcopus, 6 (ter), 7, 9, 13 (bis), 13 (bis), 14, 15 (ter), 16, 33, 36, 
29 (bis). 34 (ter), 33 (passim). 36, 37 (passim), 38 (bis). 41 (passim). 43 
(passim), 43 (pasaim), 45 (bia), 49, jz (bis), 34, 57, 60 (bis), 62. 65 (passim), 
66 (passim), 67 (bis), 68 (tor), 70 (passim), 71 (passim), 73, 79, 84, 83 
(passim), 86 (bis), 90 (bis), 91, 92, 95, 96, 97, 98 (bis), 99 (bis), 100 (bis), 
loi. 104.105, 109, iio(pasaim). iii (pasaim), 112 (bis). 113, 114, 115 (bis), 
ii6[passim), ii7(passim), 118 (bia), 119 (bis), izo (paaaim), 123 (bis). 124, 
135, 137 (passim), 128 (ter), 129 (bis). 131 (bis), 132, 133, 135 (bis), 136, 
141 (ter), 142 (ter), 143 (bis), 145 (bis), 146 (bis.) 147, 148 (bis), 150, 132. 
133 (pasaim). 136 (bis). 157 (ter), 158 (ter), 159 (ter), 160 (passim), 161 
(passim), 162 (passim), 163, 165, 166, 171 (bis), 17Z (bis), 173 (bis), 174, 
175 (bia), 177 (bis), 179. 180. 181, iSj, 186 (ter) 
— , Ricardus Episcopus, 138 (bis). 139 (passim), 160 (passim), 161, 164 (bis) 
Witteneia, prepositns de Burgo, 63 (bis) 
Wltona, Johannes de, 93, 96, 99, 102, 104 
Wrotham, WUlelmus de, 110 



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{with the namti of thoit rfndering accomU) 

Add«rbiuy. 

RficarduB) servienB, R. prepositas. 
Alnsfoid. 

G(aliridiis) de Acl(eDt), Osbert prepositos Robertas berebrettns. 
Alresford Market. 

G(aUridiu] de Adent, Osbert, Reimiuidaa prepositi. 
Alresfoid Town. 

As for Alresford Mftrket. 
AshmAnsworth. 

J. aerviens, Gil(bert) prepositos. 
Beanwortb. 

G(alMdiis) de Adent, Gilibert prepositns. 
Bentley. 

G(aUridns) de Uoneta, W. pFcpasitas. 
Biahap's Stoke. 

A(lvredus) de Qtunci, et Henricus prepositns. 
Bishop's Sntton. 

G(aUridns) de Acl(ent), Hngo prepositiu. 
Bishop's Waltbam. 

W^aJtems) Parfit, Adam t^epositns. 
Bitteme. 

J. serviens, A. prepoaitns. 
Brightwell. 

Ricardos serviens, et Edwardns prepositni. 
Cberiton. 

G(aJfridna) de Aclent, J. prepositos. 
Clere. 

Johannes de Wltooa, Michaelis prepositns. 

Robertus serviens. 
Crawley. 

R. serviens, et E. prepositus. 
Downton. 

W(illelnms filius GiUbert), R. et A. prepositi. 
East Vloodhay. 

J{oliannes de Wltona) serviens, Nicbolaas prepositos. 
Fareham. 

T(hoinas) serviens. Hervicns prepositns, W. grangiarina. 
Farnham. 

G(aifridus) de Moneta, H(ugo) grangiarius, Ricardus preposttns. 
HambledoD. 

Matheus seiviens, Everardus, Serlo prepoiiti. 
Harwell. 

R(icardns) serviens, Godefridus prepositns. 



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